The Palatka weekly advertiser
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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1905
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
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System ID: UF00087245:00194
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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n_ _- -- -.- .. III PALATKA, FLORIDA! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1905. ii $1. Per Year.

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For Sale-Houses, Lots, Vacant Lots and anything in Real Estate. H. M. de MontmoIlin.r'a' _

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No Boycott On.A PUTNAM COUNTY clnct show a total of 102 votes of I LATE STATE NEWS.The .

FIRST ii reader of the News from a west which 94 were wet and 8 were dry.

I" THE FIELD county precinct writes,,,,to ask the STAYS WET. Take out the 12 white voters and the Tampa Bay Hotel has bean l'
t editor "if It Is a fact that any Palatka six who. voted dry In this election leased to David Laubnrof /bt. Louis, 'a
merchants are boycotting the Newson and you still have a block majority and W. F. StoviUl: of 'Tirtnpa

With FALL and WINTER CLOTHING. account of the position It took in People -Decide in Favor of the of 84 for the sale of liquor! this one People of Mnyo are rejoicing over

sr the wet or dry election?" Saloon.The ./-. ward, a majority of 21 more than the prospect of the Live Oak' Perry q
Uulf railway pausing: through their
For the total In the ,
benefit of our enthusiastic wet majority county.But town.

Fearnside Clothing Co. announce arrival of its prohibition reader the News Is plena Vote Was Clot But Not Heavy.In this Is only one'of the negro Ueo. 1C Ford has been elected --I,

r eel to say that any such rumor Is absolutely a Total of 1.045 Vote Liquor precincts, cashier of the Central) National i
IL Stock without foundation, ns a Men Get Majority of 63. Thus you have it: bunk, Ocala, In place of F, L Watson -
of SuitsFor
Superb look at the advertising columns of The long drawn out campaign The negro dictates the moral attitude resigned. t

this paper will show. against the legalised saloon "In Putnam of Putnam county II M. Goethe b Co's big sawmill

Men and Boys. Boycott means "a concerted abstinence county- wag brought to a The :News Is Informed by those in at been Bumrriftrfleld: Marion Co., lies 14 r
from business relations." A position to form a correct estimate purchased by C. J. McUeheuof
close In the local option election of
Live Oak, for 10O,000,
Elegant in Pattern, Design and Finish It Is true that several merchantsIn last Tuesday, and the saloons won. that not above 20 negroes In the

\t III o Palatka do not now and never An a result of Tuesday's vote the whole county voted the dry ticket. The sponge Industry at Tarpon ;

1\ The KIRSCHI5AUM SUITS for Men have adverth>cdlu* tbe News. ThatIs question Is settled In Putnam countyfor This paper Is proud of Its positionIn Springs extra: I tae express been tanking earn up have recentlyand beau

are Hand Made. They are the embodiment their business. But there is no two years, as under the local option this campaign. It has never been needed for shipments,

of the up-to-date styles.' concerted action based on the paper's law of the state at leAst two able to see how anything morally There are eight candidates for appointment -
opposition to the licensed saloon. years must Intervene between such wrong could be legally right, The to the ollloe of sheriff of
The business men of Palatka are contests. News took the stand It believed to Duval county, made vacant by the i

not built on such narrow lines. The following Is the vote 'by precincts be right and in Its temporary defeatIt :, death of W Bloxham Pickett.. t

The Jane Suits There Is one firm 'la the city that t suffers no remorse of conscience. Washington county will hold an

Hopkins the News has evidence to show does Precinct 1, Crescent City For It has performed Its duty as best It election whether the October comity 17th seat to shall determine l remain

not advertise with It on account of selling.2(1( against: selling 66j; majority ) could.It at Vernon or be removed to C'hlploy.

For the Boys are all that can be desired in stylish, that position. But that Is also the against! 80. bears no Ill-will to any man. It Little niuo. -year old son' of Mr. '.
wearable materials. fOur privilege of the firm thus abstaining, Precinct 2, :Frultland-Georgetown : wants prosperity and progress to husband of Minneolii was run over
and one that this paper would be the For selling 16, agalnnt 11; majority make its permanent home in }'",Iat- by train which ha wan trying to
last ka and Putnam It believes board, and wan killed, Saturday/ ,
deny. county.
counters are now Full of New Goods and the for 1. I last. 1
Fall business is atThe The News has white constituencyof Precinct 8, Norwalk i For selling 6, Uese; things would come quickerand ;
already on
readers that it Is very proud of. against 8; majority for 2. in more enduring form unimpeded hold Yellow on Pensacola fever has gained a the firmer
Any merchant the right to neg- Precinct 4, Welaka: For selling 8, by whisky, and Is happy in the week and It Is now conceded) to past be
lect appeals to this constituency who against 14; majority against 6. knowledge that It has the support of Impossible to stamp out the scourge
z:; chooses. He manages his business Preolnct 5, Como: 10 votes against; the large majority of Its white fellow before the arrival of frost.

to suit himself and allows\ this paper majority against 10. citizens Putnam county. The big department store of W. I).
At to do the The County Commissioners meet Smith & Co., at Perry, ,
eJl Reliable, same. Precinct 6, Pomona For selling 7, waedestroyed'I'I t
Fearnslde Clothing Co stores the discriminaain A comparison with the last published against 12; majority against D. o-dny; and with Supervisor Peter- stock by fire and Wednesday building were morning.only 'Hie
i and official list of the qualified Precinct 7, Satsuma Heights: For mann wilt canvass the returns. It is tially Insured Origin unknown.

? mother&skf voters of Putnam county, after selling 14, against 5; majority for 9. not thought that the canvass will Lew Hendon station agent at In- 1

forMncJ&neSiopkinBoyProof /- eliminating the negroes, shows that Precinct 8, San Mateo: For selling show any materialchange from the rlls was run over by it freight train
Palatka, Florida. Clothes there nre but 150 white qualified 8!, against 7; majoilty for 1. result announced above. last Saturday nnd one of his legs wan,
voters In the county who do not Precinct 9, Fast Palatka: For selling .10 crushed It had to be amputated

take the Palatka News. In additionto 10, against 9; majority for 7. That Misleading Telegram. just William below llii Bloxham knee.

these we have our full share of Precinct 10, Federal Point: For Last Friday, before Judge Wills l county, died Pickett at his home aherllfor.Duval In

negro subscribers. The News takes selling 0, .against. 6; majority for 1. at Starke, proceedings were taken to Jacksonville Tuesday. He was 8.1:
':JIII Wi.mlllm3I1J1IIIIjJ: IIII'D1II1''[ ,,::: '.,JIII1'JIIIIfilllll,1IILllInnwn: !: '' !, | _iii;,mit Jllln'UlL1IIIIIJIIIIII'll1IIIIr::, mm( :',msiaKimmwwmim:3mmi'S, ; : 0: % the position that any merchant who Precinct 11, Palatka Heights For squelch the negro vote that had years of age popular and entered

Iii W chooses to neglect the subscribers on Hulling SB, against 18, majority for been specially qualified by the liquor let upon last.the duties of his office January'
that list in his appeals for trade 20. men to vote In the wet and dry elec- ,

4 S7V\inTH the Jeweler -. e .. looses a heap more than this paper. Precinct 12, Palatka For selling tion. Knowing that' It wns a mat Sunday President, Oct Roosevelt!!2d at St. will Augustine.Ie spend.

a.n "ij = And yet space in the Palatka News 81. against 28; majority for 8. ter. In which the public was Interested : will address the people near bt.
= .f Announces the arrival of Elegant line of late novelties costs money. Precinct 13, Palatka.For: selling the News arranged,I for a telegram Marion at that place on Saturday.There'll .
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including Silver Pieces Berry Spoons Salad Sets Individual It Bright Outlook For St. Marks. 21, against 19j; majority for 2. ; announcing the judge's decls- town; that De night a big/ crowd in the old
= = Precinct 14, Palatka: For selling on. That telegram came at 4 p. in. In the local option election in Vo- r'

;. = Butter Spreads, Heat Forks,. Asparagus Tongs, etc., .. St. Mark church enters upon Its DO.against 18; majority for 17. 'And this paper was held open to that usln county held ou Wednesday the i
third year under the rectorship of Precinct 15, Palatka: For selling hour. The telegram stated that county Rave a large majority for
!w' with a line of SPOONS In great variety of designs. Rev. F. H. RIchey Jn better condition 27, against 12; majority for 16. "'Judge' Wills holds." and It was but prohibItion. That much Is concededbut
numerically and financially than for Precinct 10 Interlachen For selling natural this should think that no total figures are yet attaina
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All kinds of jewelry work done by competent workmen
t. C years past. Believing the church Is 28, against 21 ; majority for 2. what "the judge held" was on the ble.Luln Wine a negro and her

,only. W one In which the people of Palatkaas Precinct 17. Monroe's Mill: For natter under dispute. There was no four' small children woman were brutally

a whole are Interested, the present selling 0, against 21 ; majority explanation to the telegram that murdered In their shanty home abouta
: c::. J. SN\IT'H rector has always striven to keep against 12.Precinct. would Indicate otherwise mile southwest of Lincoln I' l'k,
Jacksonville, lust :(Iday. The house.
the standard of services up to a high 18, Baldwin (Melrose) : The victory belongs to Capt.) K. was then set nflfe by tho murdererto

= Next to Kupperbusch's Restaurant. Palatka, Fla. = average. He has done much for the For selling 81)), against 26; majority Noble Calhoun, hide his crime.
parish. Through his family In the for 13 Attorney Robinson had filed a suit There have been 10H application
north he has secured funds to build Precinct 19, Urandln For selling In chancery for a mandatory.Injunc- for licenses to sell liquor in Ouval "
''''__tl6CIJL lLJLUil! : _WIg'"N4 01pVmlR41UaV'] :JIII"llJIJIinlll1liIIlr!! G71VtNWW10Vp1": mimi'mim.miaK.mtiM,: ._I IIIIIII.illlllJllIIUlowM! the baptistry. The Altar and chancel 8), against, 29; majority against 20. tion to prevent the tax collector from county this year. If all .are grantedthe
state will get $i ",(MM)), the city of .
- furnishings! have been furnished Precinct 20, Itannervllle: For sellIng certifying to the supervisor of regis- Jacksonville 4 7IHH) and Duval

")i toxtisw' w"'J..j' : w r O\ine' ; eM_. ++h G -w ;w t.'W' -,">X<..nnAnnnWn V.rr Con: .ld.r.... through him, while the handsome 13, against: 82; mnjoilty against tration a list of poll taxes paid subsequent county $J7,000, of license money
nnn' "One way for yon to Improve your-, altar lights are memorials, one set 19. to August/ 12th. from this source alone.

c si'lf. young WOO, la to constantly associate to the memory of Mrs. Haugh'>'B Precinct 21, Bostwlckt For Boiling Mr. Calhoun filed a demurer to the Chns. W Stansel, former prominent 4

If Your Girlii with your superiors." son, the other to the Infant daughter 2, against! 88!j; majority against\ 80. bill on the ground that the bill was Jacksonville politician and
Boy or 1 "I know It Is, sir, but I am so conscientious whose career in Florida was cut t
,* of the rector whose sad death' occurred Precinct 22, Francis: For soiling 24, without equity Capt. Calhoun's de-
: I cannot bring myself to do short by a street duel with pistols
1G"_ last November. Proper vestments against 44; majority against 20. murrer was sustained and the bill with A. Williamson, Is now wan
:{*; Have the reputation for boitig hard on shoes, "And why coiiaclentlous for the minister have been secured Precinct 23, Palatka: For selling dismissed for the reason that the dering tho streets of New York olty

r 1i 1ii "I Gate to think what my superiors through: his efforts, and the 20, against selling 0; majority for 14. work sought to be enjoined hod"already "bl'ok.nnd sleeping on park
: : it's because have not Imon woaring jenches.
I porhaps they would be Buffering all that time."- church buildings;- Including church, Precinct 24, Palatka: For selling been performed, and for the

:,i E tho CURRY LANE kind.We ;, I Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.A Sunday school building, rectory and 94&, against 8; majority for BO.! further reason that there Is no law Governor Tuesday two
S residence held for rental have all Precinct 26, Palatka For selling death warrents on and Itwasn't
to prevent the tax collector from
: ; have dozens' : of "rough hum,, youivgntorson : a very good day for 'em
cc M1..P. been put in thorough: repair. The 61, against 7; majority for 44. certifying poll taxes at any time of either. The men who are to have a
:)u i on our list who wear our Shoes steadily for six ::1 I Magistrate I let you off this time organ has twice been I overhauled, Precinct, Holllster: For selling the year he chooses. period broutrht to their existence

>*P months without I n showing a break IV hat we can r will you Delighted promise Prisoner me to excitedly01 take thepledget and the music, through his efforts, 19, against 19; tie vote After the dismissal of the case and and ale Tom Edward' Spires Lamb of Jackson county
( ) M..nit"
JUJ las.been of a high order. A numberof Precinct 27, Florahome : For selling while the parties at Interest were In .of
3! will, yer honor, an" drink yer couutv Both are to hang on Friday ..
do for thorn
J we ; health! musical services were held during 5, against 15; majority for 10. conversation with Judge Wills, that Oct. 27th unless sooner reprieved by

I ioOL SHOES I the past winter which were beautifully These figure show a total vote of gentleman told Collector Willard thepardon board. r.

OUR P....* .h. W.r. rendered and of value 'in bring 1,1>>6, much less than two-thirds of that: only those who were qualifiedIn Mrs. Lena B. Mathes. who gained '

"Has Harold asked your father togive ,lug the people in closer touch noolal- the; total qualified. vote of tile coun- the general election of 1004, could some notoriety In connection with

nre worthy your inspection. I "lIe his told consent father!"last night that, be bad ly with the church's 'Influence. The ty. The total vote "for selling" was legally vote In the wet or dry elec- University Former resident has come Forbes to of the Stetson: front ".

I made $ ,OOO in a real estate deal, so I old Indebtedness has been wiped 564,. and the total "against selling"was tion. That such election was not a again Mrs. Mathes Is teacher of
1! suppose be'. asking him on the Installment out and funds for running expenses 491, making a total l majority"for special election, but a general election Turkey Creek school near Tampa.An .
Curry & Lane, plan.".Milwaukee ;Journal.No ncreased. selling" of 6.1. under article- 19 of the constitu injunction to restrain her from
The work of building up the parish, The liquor men are. jubilant over tlon. teaching the school was attempted J1
to be served on her last week by I
j man U matriculated to the art of Ur. Ulohey save, hRH not been with the result as they may well be. It was on this Information that deputy sheriff but she met the officer a

11: : Palatka, Florida 11 I life till be bas been well temptl<&- out Its difficulties. The\ population They put up a good, stilt, hardheaded Supervisor Petermann noted, and with a gun and wouldn't let him
:1 ) (1eorp Eliot of'the city Is continually changing! and Intelligent flght. Many of thug, in n roundaboutway was come near enough to read It. Mrs
: : : -- -- ---- ---- Mathes claims she In the
and the young member of the object of
among ; them were what may be termed brought to pass even more than
: i I..IAIAl/1)/)1.Ii0/ ,,I.#J::UOtlwiryy el!'etlltwtnMi 1eV1l31r1/ Have you looked over the new arrival church there have. been. many re "old campaigners. They had for what the dry attorney In hi* series persecution. '

, .-- 1e1111LI1pMI !.- -- The patterns.are of !ginghams new and.Jaoobson's most attractive. ? movals. their assistance the bucking of the of "chump" nets, sought. to accomp- cyon Thii!Hall last, Miami's stone in chief the great hotel,Hal was h

AN ORDINANCETo The great number of services now liquor Interests of the country. Interests llsh.Had ,laid. Monday Work on that magnificent :
..- ----- -- livid during the are so arranged which those for whom .
The Best Exercise -- year are not afialU to spend poll taxes structure !In progressing; as fast
provide. for the Levy of City Taxes FOR RENT-My Vegetable Farmat as to give every one an opportunityof money for an extension of Its privileges have been paid during the past two an men and money can oust It. All
for l )0t.)<< J. T. R. R. shops. Martin Griffin. service mid work on the construction will be
ordained attending taking partIn and to fight further curtailment months been allowed to vote the
tr Im hall I III Box -
In of
a triune Be it br the City Council of 8-11-tf completed by ,November first, and
Hull. It's a ,muscle builder the City of Palatka. Florida: --- --- -.-- the! active church life of the par territory.. election would have been Invalidated then the furniture will be placed.
nnd nn appetite provoker. That for the purpose of securing an ish. The rector preaches twice every Great quantltea of antl-prohtbl- no matter which way It had gone. Work on the grounds which will be
]Mont poople tell us that our equal and uniform: rate of taxation and Sunday, at 11 l a. in. and at 7:00 p. m., tlou literature was sent out and among the most beautiful In the
Ally In the finest they've I to the appropriations for the current Fine line of country has been commenced. On
pay Chamberlain'sCOLIC. and he Invites one and all to come every voter wan fed on It several !ginghams have just t.
over ptAy d on. We fake expenses of the city and for paving been opened up at Leo Jacobson's several, of the six floors of the great
their word for It. Ladies play the exponsee of the Flro and Water Department and take part in the service. times. They are pretty. building the finishing work Is now l
free Tuesday nfternooiis.. *, there shall be levied upon CHOLERA AND Many bereavements have come to The dry forces also made good being done and there is every Indication "
the Kaal and Pe-annal Property In Mr. Itlchey during the post year but light, but It lacked leadership. Its that there will be no further de
Maurice Lamon said. City.e Tex. of! 19 Mill\ upon the Dollar Diarrhea RemedyA through them all he emerges undaunted committee was made up of ministers Btephaat ...."It,.. lays."' When completed Halycnn SHall
distributed' is. follows: A remarkable Instance of tits sagacity will bit the most complete and
General Revenue Fund, Sixteen, ((16)) will In his purpose to make St. and good men who entered the of a female elephant which bad lost substantial hotel south of St. Au-
Central Lemon Street. few doses of this remedy Marks parish A vital.. force in the moral and \Mlauilivns
1\llIe.\ ordinary at fight on grounds for what her young one In a pit trap baa recently gustine will be justly ,I
Fire end Water Fund Three ((1)) Mills. tack Invariably of diarrhea.ear an moral and spiritual life of Palatka, they believed to be the best Interest been related. The mother made proud of It,-Miami Record.

Passed In open Council this 1 lath day It has been used In nine epidemics and all !good people of whatever denominational of the county. There was not, an expert strenuous attempts to rescue her offspring Pres. Brown Will
of A I)., 11)05. Not Resign.We .
5000 TELEGRAPHERS September of dysentery with perfect preferences* are with politician! In tho bunch. These by throwing quantities of earth
A. M. STEEN success. him. men and the cause they nnd branches of tree Into the pit. but take pleasure In announcing to
Attest President City Council.J. It can always be dependedupon represent all ber efforts were in vain, aa the the public that Col. Thos. J. L.
NEEDED N. BUCK WELL, even In the more severe have suffered temporary defeat But Brown, president of the State Fair
Anmully [Seal| City. Clot: 'ftApproved attacks of cramp collo and cholera Ghaniberloln's Cough Remedy. It is only temporary. They will Immediately hunters arrived before the pit was sufficiently Association at'ranmpahiss reconsid
In till the po.I""DUNa&ed I., Hull. 13th, 1900.ANTONIO flllod to allow the young; one ered and withdrawn .
n.l amt( TnleraVh' Comp.nle.. we want September morbns. This Is a medicine of great worth and organize for.a renewal of hU resignation
rlll'N/r MRN and r.AnlbaotgaM:: haaIW to U8INA. It is equally successful for merit Try U when you have a cough or the campaign. They say It took 10 to clamber out. from that position, and is now determined -
Mayor. slimmer diarrhea and cholera cold and )O'J are oortali to be pleased to work harder than ever
Learn Telegraphy I infantnm In children and la.the with the quick relief! which It ..lrords.It years to make Alaclum county dry A....'.*. for the success of the great.. State
I Inan.of..IDgthe lives of many IS pleasant to take and can always be and they will not be that long In Widow' (tearfully)-Tes., my daughters .i Fair to be held November 15 to 110.
AND R. R., AOCOUNTINO.'iirnlr.li WIIITK FARM; HANDS-! Farm- I children each year. depended upon For sale by Aokerman- bringing about a reform In Putnam. are now my only resources. Col. Brown has successfully managed
Ataloc WI in ftr cent ?{ln, operator and era along the line of the OeorKln ,i When reduced wtth w.tel'd Stewart Drug Co. Tne election was full of surprisesfor ,, Friend-Take my advice and husband the magnificent Tampa Bay hotel
lain' 4 e nu in Anwin. Our alx 'MihonU t src Southern & Florida M'v who desire sweetened It Is pleasant take. your resources well .e..eralyearll, and although his bid + '
Inrn.t e.nlualr.l T.li> "i>l> Hitnoola IN : man of a I.mlly.hould both sides. The dry committeelost the the .
vas \ : ir : to employ white farm hands the Every was highest"' board of public
not that Dr. E. H.
Do Armstrong
.. ,i70lf.L. Ilaebllbed 4I7 1 ara aild Se. his borne. forget
requested to correspond keepthfs remedy In precincts It had felt certain of works of Tampa leased It to other
? J,..*..1..II.w Kallway om..I..... coming year are life.PBICB. : and staff of Kye and Nerve Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
fnpnilff *"" *"""* Co. ...', .'"HKlinf> with me. HratinK number of I Buy It now It may save Specialists of Jacksonville, will beat securing and time' sauna may be said< Nature. parties, making It necessary", for Col.
: lm"r"rap "" paylo fromW wanted whether married or : SM. LAMB SIZE. BOO., Brown to go to New York to take ?
WJ.t. """>'"' 111 Male. mHt ol the Kooky hand of the Arlington: Hotel Oct. 1218.: of the "wet" committee.The Medicine that 'aid nature ara alwaysmost business
lu+'.* 'mm 7 a 'al single, wages 1 paid' and ehnmrrer that all their up propositions awaiting x
$ a mouth In stain They
request patientswill
uSSl.S'iu.'i1.: :: :' amkl.l .. l..a..UI...IJT "PHnil'11"1 .. ,iii-cotnraoJ'itlonH furnished.-\V. IUlesunur. .. come to the hotel for an Inspection negro was inn Important factor effectual Chamberlain Cough him. However, In view of the great
Ua In the He Is Remedy fat on this plan It allays the amount of I Ipromoting
Commissioner: Macon", -- -- of their eases and ,would Invite campaign. the balanceof money already spent In
!! I1.ntor al &1m.. '! relives
I any fet vnoat'nr5.hnU cough the lungs, aids the
.... others who are 'In need of their power 'In the county nnd he It wu expxotora- movement and In
irtl.'rti"11'*'* """ anf ol any Lion the .
.t ell.lnu.u;:; ':;::u. = ', "w.o.dub." "m... No better lima than NOW to sub:: Play Box Ball services to see them. 2w who decided the policy of the county ,la opens restoring secretions the system, and to a aids healthy nature friends view of rhrnughnut the. fact that the hundred sine nitre of ,

The Mors'a ScboolTl sorllif for the News; 1 year 100.l Richards' Alley :on Griffin Lot School shoes of and on this liquor question. eondltlon. It Is famous for Its euro requested. hint to remain. Col, Brown
TiiKraphy style
,. ----- quality Precinct !24, the 6th w..rllof Palat aver* large partof, the olvlllced world will il. Nlr, curl rMKperrfully regnests] ,
ALhutia.imlnnaii.i I:::::, ,KM... ?,,,,,It( ,. ?_ Vlulaoot.. FOR HALK-New UltMrwlijiMl. Bl-' ynder new management all fresh for from style the/ and factory wearing and qualities guaranteed lIa, 1 I. almost solidly lilxck. There Thousa. have testified to Its superior the until. siivte t". give hearty *upv. .
'f. Ii.' ..1.114.- WI.. cycle, (0, ,,"ter Hnik Will ".,)"> at pYJly Wednesday afternoons exoelltmoa. It counteracts! any tAD port to- the uioveu?'ut. Kvirybiwlvshould '; }
tnrkaee, 're.. age :::- : Ladies can he fouud a* at no other storeat are but 1 white voters In thin. pr > deoey of a cold to result In pnoumonla. feel "
fair IIllltrl""e, Address P. U. Box; An interest In and worn'
""" .Ift treat,(&all..tatlla.. 9 to 6, Ic. water, F G.Bum,, Mgr Leo Jacubsun'a.! duct: The-.return from this pre- For sale by Ackerman-Btewart" Drug Co. for the success of the fair.

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THE PALATKA NEWS If We ha',failed, to make nMreyl THE MALE* BASS. :

plain our attitude towards. the Jennings l

AND ADVERTISER administration an well as towards wico:9 erflunkedthe n ni Bale ii. Iok. Alter vi fc. eggs! CSACa. -

Entered at the Palatka the present, administration. It E.MI1 frr. p4' ,
ponto lcaa I i Widow H
I maternal
female fish has no y
I. because "Tbo m Ilie.IUIeffiOn
mallable matter of there are limitations to I !
the second .
; d
:; I '. whatever," said the ..uperlntendent -
clan.. even our splendid, American, lan I"v" ..1IOrlrlna'.1 hatcheries."In U
state Bsh
[COrlfflnal! of the I)
guage. We have frequently called '
Who does uot remember some schoolmate ""ZeUs" said Conner Bunker, "wby fact, the flsb I. the most uuhumun

public Attention to the unmistakable who was especially antagonistic? don't "' mnke to Mainly SmmhtTeUShe's ? creature In Ixlat..aetl1at of the f
at Palatka } up
on evidence of the existence of Intelligence \
of graft Morgan which have au degree
Fridays byRUSSELL" Enrlicbt was so to uie. lie purtler 'n a new uiovrlu' machine animals You Neon No *
and other "Irregularities" .as to the was two years older thom I, nud until an' as good n gal us ever lived." at all. m

VICKERS. fOl'lIIl'rVe: have never by word or we were respectively seventeen mil) "H'm" r"I.II. tbe wary sou, "wlui- "Perhnpa It Is well tint It l I. *o. for If

deed even intimated" that these fifteen be tyrnuulf.ed over me. At II f- men's wlilt y. say-Jlst like mow In' the parent their took care of their young "

w.. A. RUSSELL Editor things .are chargeable to the latter; teen I was fully us tall us. lie though la"lln. )They're 1 pnrly enough I till y' as other creatures do the \'ot..r. of the I ).i e in order to make work !:

and we believe that there will never uot as well developed. At nay rate, git 'CU Imruosscd up; then they cut earth would b filled with them In avery I easy tho lialnnca of thin f

", be occasion to do so, although I I : nil I' I gave bhu a !good thrashing and thatended down ol''ryUI'1, In their way.. short Under natural conditions n ,- II .fll.nn. Cora hi amiyou
AN AFTER ELECTION his nuuoylng inn though his Fnrnlr Blllker since tbo death of uot one egg In a million ever b wilt find y I
duty, well havo
S as as our right may: Impel oliL A* nn example xva 1,0cnil :
ugliness toward Increased., comes a a year 1 .
me' was Xeko's mother a year before, bud been l.b of '
, PRAYER. us to utter what we may telh.vu. t..*. seen female brook trout littlp lutiIor.smiiu.g,
Wbc'ii I hegira to eiirn a living I was casting longing ryes at tIme widow I I
, be just criticism upon any of Its IIvllI. attracted by the large sums |>nld to I Maudy's mother. Knowing go up Into the .8Io\'nlul place end S "tl.v l ices you nover, Imurdof .

, Teacb ua, O Lord, to see the bright -Tallaliiissee> True .J1I10C rat.ltlt1tlt11tltltltrl" divers and uetrumo a 1111'"". Tlio truth 11 II'II." son hat nn objection to buying spawn their. eggs then turn I 'n 4 .. also u splc'Dilid stock '"

ide of things Chat we may rmlliift. U, 1 was lu love anil, being anxious airy ouo put lu bill own mother's around and deliberately eat them. 1.'V' .. .'..5 of. fools! anil r.pnir for

., the 811118bln. )" to mairy chose tbnt which promisedto plii.0, he felt I it lie could (let Zeko to "For tbe past few years I have been all niaelmiun's' c_ .

Save ug, we pray ttiee from petty- enable we to secure a nest egg. Wako n match with tbe daughter ho much Int..rele in experimenting with

IU,.. and fault findings and nelfleeklng 1 WHAT STATE EDITORS My sweetheart didn't approve. of lilY might overcome the boy's scruples. bans aot .tudylul their wuy Here ues Masur"y'S Pal ani O-Iook.l ""te ni. iit-to\ersoiit.n' .,, i

1 *. And may our mInds bi" too occupation ut nil, but. like me. wanted Hut /elio( saw the trill aud did uot the male parent some luat..rlal Instincts I cii others A record of 1 yyeruuu'e, ,

. big; for prl'judlcllllild our lifiirta too ARE SAYING j tliu nest egg. However, I bud a inotU- relish tlie. advantage Ids falnl Into It apparently. He builds tie tile HostGimuinkoor, E\p<'lmn
large for hatred. tiJJ :Ii.Ji.U.lt1tlt1tlt2"1t1!" rn-1"ltltJrlt! er to take care of stint tho uest t'KS would give bis father 'Ibo 011 man uest' for the female. oine little pocket .

failed to nppeiir. I'ua pretty\( well having fiu lied\ wltb' Ills halt, concluded. with a gravel bottom protected from
this ,
Keep us, on one hand from No Saloons for Daytona. of
discouraged\ when to do n I I nud Lire strong current. but with plenty
something' happened courting pro-
I the pride of pretense and on theother Daytona haw panned an oidinancefoihiddlng h i I that very nearly rendered. It unnecessary. pone. ,1111", "I..II'd the 11111\.r8 tI'1, fr..1 water, and then bug or \lunches Io I It t

from self-pity mid inoriim'hi'sx.HMp I the running of salonm with nnxlety. femnle Into It. The egl ore o

u* that We be sweet. within' I Hie city limits., IVI.niul hues. b the female .
iiiuy A chip hud gone don close to shore Out morning nfter one of the farui- spawned )
Uulde ll IN that WH be a sinilllnr \PirAisi.u., Incorporated" III rr'a visits arid them to their flte.
limy KlaiJ. on nblch tbvro was hea\y hmuraiicu. to the widow bo awoke to away 1..lv.
I Its cion I ,ii Cr., Therefore, no mailer I I ,
May wo b 0 chniltablo. In thought how I the election. limy' go ,next Wednesday A diver wus to be sent down representing Bee tire widow's. cow rummaging In The mule f.l.tl..s the egijs and then

Ii and generous In deed, whlt"-Houled saloons. cannot bn run In the underwriters, together wIth bis corn" some of which she bad trampled for a few days tcl. over t..m.

and helpful. either' \"I'.h.'lIlIv", largest ton ".. one representing, tin owners and the underfoot. TIre oli}< hunt fired up .ra..lnl them occasionally to ,

May we be straightforward nnd -11,1.1111.11'\1'8.) 'captain.. I wus chosen to repiesent, thu at once. but r"UolIlIcl'lng, tIme situation of fresh water and keep- -

unafraid. uuderw rlters., I was standing on the between him nnd the widow, quietly lug off other fish who would devour A. E. WILSON GKc?. E. WELCH, T D.

-I Figures DisappointingVenresoinewhiit ;. float III diver's rig, nil cxrcpt the beJ.'UI.t. drove the cow over n low place III the the eggs. The male fish have been PBFSIDHNT. VlCB 1'JIJBIDV.NT. MERRILL

Help tig to love and !laugh and' give \ t disappointed I at waiting for tlio owners' diver fence by whIch sire bad made bet en- known to follow time little fry for sev-

c'' as we loved and laughed and gave In the result. j>f Hurtnw'. ...ceiiMiia, hilt wewon't when' u bout pulled off from time shore, trnnco to tIre shod ,'b..rl she belonged. i-rnl Unys protecting them until they THE Putnam National Bank'Or
- ,.j childhood. Aiid so lead tin I that we take back /a word of what v> and when It camo 'Hour enough who Ho asked Zeko If he bad carelessly left were able to care for themselves. .
said few when had.
a w..k811 wo
be to of ( the fenCe lowered nnd Zeke said "[ hove seen a school of, say,
may mean none thy children.Keep ,. reason to believe I the population should ho lu It but Morgan Knrlglit.'; that 1.1 '
UK In the of lIe umHi bo luau! not. Then the farmer surmised bass fry devoured In flv minutes by Fa.la.tlca. -
ways teinperanee' would I turn out to be much larger.Thlrt ( was ns astonished to sea mo
-In our working, our resting ourspeech. winter when.. the new hotelgels us I1'U8 to nice him. Neither> knew that, tho ..o\V had done It withy a few sun bass or perch minnows.Vrider ;
f Into lull and, her horns.In tbe case of the fish hatcheries, Wesuhijilt, thus or the people throughout Putnam County
: Help us that we take I'last all the oilHPhotels that time oilier' was a diver, inurli: less Inn""n". gaul' I'u.l.r, .11
the time to do the, things may that and. boarding, I houses art) Full that WU1'0 to go down together, but I few days the cow wus In tbe from BO to O per cent of the eggs be the '''I.t..I. ...1| Adooininoiliitloiis cnn h'I""t with good flanking :
we ID, ovel'lIowlnll', we will have 8,1)111)) ) dish fry. How many of the fry
corn This time the farmer come
\l'e1'.0 boys no longer" uud I olteredliluui 011111. al..r
ought to do and that WII not. do population, and In I time will
may good we ; ( ber out went to the live to be a year old or B after they
bund. lIe took It, but the look 11.1
the things we ought lint to do. have, tlnil, '. and, more, permanently.liartow "' .- my In tbe stream It I III very +
widow that she are planted --- :
n : : '
Courler-I um foiiuuui" lviii. on face froze: : the inurrow In my /.lo suggested put ::: B
r Forgive UH our waywardness avid bOl".a look that I did not fully uuderstiind poke round thu cow's neck. The widow bar to determine. I d.o. so .=

4 forgetf illness and the deceit, I that. Is View of a Live County. till later. 10'III"t that the cow didn't need greatly upon condition no Jta JhoJaoy s ,

I In us and lead us Into I the t seretiH ai.d, The! county "road gmig under I Hie escort Well wo struck" bottom about the a poke. Hint she was O goad n cow ble estimates can b mauie.MhlwaUkee '

: blessed ways of peace of (::11 pi II 111111 t :'iirroll mid Scrumm same time on a stretch of white sand.Tbo ns ever gave milk and that some one Wisconsin. Drugs, Chemicals. Druggist Sundries and I

i May that which I u Is jrood\ I In e us be moved I Hie entlrw county outfit I to ship wits lu u good l poxltlon fur ou the Hunker farm must have been Patents. iii

tI made stronger and that which Is bad new quarters\ b". 'lIlIdVllli'r I'aik on Inspection for her bow had come down t'ium'clesuv'uuluout time fence Hunker assured THE CORK TREE.Orontk. PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFUUUY COMPOUNDED I i !

w Tnesdny morning.i To see t them on a lodge of rock that lifted It ,auovo ber that there was no one on TaKen OAHDBN
i In us made weaker. ,moving I would have .... ,. .. HRID. Annuls Maiior5meuisuhn, ,,, I Ii ) -
4 ; 'one u thought acircus Ibo suud aunt only n few feet above Uls farm except himself nod bis son .. P.e..o. _+ + i (cm!II", ''
And save iin from liad. struck the s" =- A-
pessimism and I vvvuiuilv. I lended
arid of lla Bark. -1t: .
of them
Hud =
our livnds. It was no secret that I was touched tbefomice
; spItefulness and and by. I the ,pntTingHieam, r..ll..r.. I thenfollowed lbct. In andharvesting .
nnrrowness In
The methods -
'tbcre to look wss n of
for foul
temperbetween barklli
.. I two' loud, machines' live play, uud tin 'J"'e tl.h
haste of ..
judgment.Look h"'I'II.1.(1.,1' I ., ( wagons carrying I pluco to Bud, It1'1111 on thu ship's bottom. two amid went the cork In Portugal -

with tenderness upon I those working I piiriiphennlla' I camp. out- walked along looking upward nwny Insisting ou a poko for the row.Xuko are pretty much tire suwe. The ATLANTIC COAST LINE i

j p we love 'and di\lde we pniy, our lit, anil I two lion road, 1'111'11. lined to. till at lust uiy head was eM'li. with the heard. him grumbling and said: barking operation Is affected when the

r happiness with t them.May lioiiHf the men at i night.u JI..Hi..IIII"i t liiillnlug bottom and after that I was "Father,, don't y' believe me wb"l tree bas atqulre sufficient strength t.wltbstand .

we forget I IIOHH who hate eight or ten workmen attached. to obliged to stoop nurlfbt' uccompunledme I any I hain't tou'bO the fence tie rough htndlnl It receives .'

: us the out (II It t, I here" weie I Hiliteeti''I convicts also looking. Ho soon got ubeud. "Of I iln. yokAVell ." during tbls op..ra wblcb The Great Through Gar Line From
and cherish t those who i lure "ulr.o Florida
I Ir
us t h twelve' "" 10".11I,1" one \\ii I u e.pictuuu'eeu1uiely take place when It lias-attained the
of uie and. motioned me to couio on. \ If I didn't do It an y' didn'trho
O Lord -
we pray 11.- alth'ed In stilppidKiirh hbuklug bbs bead us If to say that bo It. tliu cow must 'a' done It Tbe fifteenth year of Its go..b.. After tbe
Make us very kind. \\llhHtiiiHllMif 1, .thehapplestnr chains mornils. andconvTct hud been looking carefully where I whither should get ber a poke.. t first stripping the t..e 1 I..f In this j

cl.thliig.-riuomui) ., Reporter. was hunting and liud found uotlilug. "That's what I tolo her, an' abe j Juvenescent state to rell'nl'rlte. subsequent CONNECTIONS

b HOME IS THE BEST PLACE I looked all the more carefully and atone 'lows tbo cow don't need a poke. She stripping el.ted nt Intervals ( :

l A So Say We All of Us. plnvo poking my finger In nil In klud. o' 00'01 up when I mentioned It." of not less tau years To East T; ,: TUB ATLANTI COAST MNK] via "

AFTER ALL. Among I the. prominent I visitors. to dentation found n boll I succeededIn Wlmt'd I tell y' about inawln and under this process the tree will the }f Chll""stol,

I Glad to see you back." ,said, I Hie thlsclly Saturday \\.uus Hon. r-:. Sdill pushing' my fist through the bottom. .machines, father?" continue t) thrive and bear for upward liichmund anil \Vualiington.Tlio ,

k neighbor entered, I I I of I'alatka t president of u the nud Into tIm ship.. Unrlttht turned buck Tho old man went snorting. of 13O )'eor. I the bark Is not removed -
as you the front Kiwt; 1.'lo'ldll, lid Truxt, of ( It will on mnatuittysplit
Savings company and saw mo HtoolllIg.l'ltb armthuiuivnt Again tbe- cow was found In tbe nrtUduly. T" l ouisville & Nuslivillo via
4 yard and told. the. eiesi| dump your trunk. And from then I live fliiancieis,, avid business men in Into the Illo. Ho, came up tome corn and this time tbere wag no caused br< the fresh growth of bark the r Tho ?Mubilu & Ohio It. U. via ,
and tire
I be
change t3
thin state. |Dr 'rill was treasurer of" 11..t thing know seized noticed lu the fence. Tirebalance Monl'lom"
house the
I tb.
across and the
wny one uie around the body tumid of time farmer's IIllrlln
(the stute for one. I..rlllll'J.d' the affairs gave rue anrciicb corn was destroyed
next door and, all about. you came of the", tietiMiry were, kept.. In a bnsi- tliut broke my urm. I occurred \. aud be went. to tbe widow Inn The cork of the first harking Is I Vi-i Swammli and Oooan Steatimliip' C'tii.in\I I for

that grateful salutation "(ibid to see ner.s-like lull ii viv'r. He I hUll numerous to uto' at once that ho bud been frame of mind by no menus lovely."Mis' termed corcbo brnloI.rulzo. or virgin East t I IVia I New York l| Huston |
the 'hilul.lphillll
you home again" filends, here, who would( I I like to. sent down by the owners to foil uu Kulffeu," lie began lu an- unacceptable cork. The .cork cf tile second stripping > Vui Norfolk mid .
A vacation Is see him ''well IIY I the gubernatorial I attempt to discover or at lunst ; tone, la called pelas. or secondary cork. ( StnnAr Clr Itult.
II mighty line thing : "y'r cow bus ruined *5Owo'tb I Siavmtrtimth: .
chair for, 'no 1111.11111 I the Miile Is bel relol.t The work of the bark from I ITo ViI Ilerchnnl.e. Minors .,
the 'l'I."HPu-
, for a score of reasons. It makes theavei .. on scuttling of tlioessel.. of corn for rue, nu I suppose""Mr. StcaiDHhip J (
l..rlJu""tI. for Inv"rnnr.-lIIlm'- the tree III perfolmed III summer by J!
tatlonlolplllY linlr ami Phi) ',
14 as a flusli of UfjUtuIug all that badpasu.ed Bunker, I want y' to understand 1 (
'age family m<"r"J1iitu ever content vllh' Sun. who ur paid at the rate of
between' me and him from tho men .
that I responsible for .
: my
with home. The old house luln't 2'.. Od. a day. The Instruments used ,
L Some Big Farming Figures.Dr. first blow be hail given me before Iwu. no that's not To KFY; WESTand Via
co'v NINfULA
needs II coat of paint, weeds havegrown .. glll' f"rl for the work ore an as. a lv..r and a AND 'I
AbnerH.. Wllllums, who con old enough to protect myself till properly protected.'
--P%.__ up along the front walk and ducts of I 1-lfNJ time day I bad tlirnslied him h bnmlsaw for tbe cutting of trnlll..ralhiclsloos '
huge I limn acres nearAlachiia -cauie up "My farm Is properly protected, tbefarmer HAVANA OCCinENTAL!
4 ... I The first through STEA M11 I I' .00; .
the grass III the front yard need4' what Irae.
,. "- '. upon Is known as t the before me. And now be wus to takubis retorted.
: "tuttlng.Ioth..r": ) Hirnf": plantation hue "-moll..lr..l..dwith which tbe bark passes after stripping
I slipped a key In revenge fifty feet under utcr. Ho At tbl moment Muudy onto .

the front door lock and. let flood of considerable, ; profit and units' wus to ki two.birds with olio stoue-- HCCIIU and took u baud applore" proceedings I I. that of boiling This Is sometime Ilt"rcll.njH.Iltll"IICO i t'k..11 K' uloVHr I 13.IMMJ niihe. of the pilncliui, u "uillway
faction In the but .r t ;
t that farming III 1''hllll'n.I'II.' done woods more lrqu..ut.Iy Iollth..rllll sa'eliy
-' silllHhlnn Into the plll ,' if it Is conducted. might In ;
on businesslikeand lu the cork f..tory. large, specially "Thf'gh Sl 't.p"r. I'ort Tampn New
baldly wait to dust things. I I the scuttling of thin Hlilp.Keullzlun "Mr. Bunker" tube said "I think slj via "In Allantli .:, practical' principles Iviot' veal' Ol i constructed caldrons In which the (In.; Atlii'itlu. C""L, Ma font, horn
Sister sits down to I the piano and I D,r. Williams, I I I feeling I confident. that I that, baudlcupped fills the short staple cotton could be !grown I would bo no match for him lu a "Mil inly," snld her mother hotly, "y' For iLium' 1""t. or u
r: house with I music and hour. This seething process Increases r..n"v.t.. ? 1 apply| | t." >un Limit wrlla:
In this county lit II struggle I pretended to faInt and "snot At"I. >
)lu..I..r profit slnkdowu go straight Into tbe bouse. nt
3 "
though you have traveled I far andwide than time thickness and elasticity of the cork 10YL''I'ON. Agu'uit 8TAUK.'I'ravBlliiK I'IH At.,(
long staple. 01( Sea Island as anexperiment ou tho He rlll..L'IblH\ heel .
I f and Sllo. ;Muudy obeyed pouting,' and her..Interference and at tIre name time the tannin and 131 buy Street!; Aet" B" llnK. "
mayhap h..a,i'd 1 famous jilarted! twenty-one and brought down on the over H. M. Eili.llSON.TrsmoM, Jloklnvle. 'I"llhl.
glll..1 "im er, W. J.
; performers and great orchestras acres, with t the result i t that I tinplantthrifed niy fuco, I Its thickness, together ber 'bl111 anger only the widow added fuel the to other feculent substance generally existing \ North Carolina.to Oon"r"II"I."III"' ,!plt.'Umlcltll .
gave In bark desiccated.
W"IIIIII"I the httrvest the are -Lon-
II mounted
g there Is
a something about I he surroundings wltb resistance of tlio, water under fanner'
tie n dressing he bad
.t to thirty-eight I bales. which he as oel'erbni don Queen
that .makes this seem marketed III Saviimnili at II cents bill foot sa I'CI uiu. Ho failed lu the before. The old man went home,

r best of all.There per I'pound. lint I Dr. Williams'I I I long attempt. Then bo took a knife fl'01 mule\'lulI. laid ns be passed son, Ho.. I. Mmd.a&aear.
- I suit. I Is bill and cut the signal lino. lie 11 WHEN YOU WANT
liny and
U the easy chair. It huuubeen every year' be makes pocket who loud b..1 leaning on fence Among the observances of the fan

walling for weeks for a tired .a good 1 thing financially' from u this I was too lute, for I muiiuued, to give tho listening, be said, ""'hmnmln Is mowIn' dronna or New Year's In
crop. Last jenrhe. netted fO.'UlolI' ) signal to bo raised. When ho saw worl..llIlIl. t.stval 1lad. Furniture
man, and on Live table are machines true 'lou"h. Zeke allexemnit agnsonr Is the eating ,
heaped rk.
hllYlIllfl I t the I coining I season" u expectsto .. cut tim rope that wus liftingme Jntll1"
: r books and I Eenh ii.u'. ) the gal l, al' sbo's an angel." and honor by the and her guests.In .
magazines full from $10nun. II.I I I bus been accustomed I quell Oil
again tlio sand. Linoliunii
on Cloths
j' cover to cover with (Interest' and,,, I to bale Ii ins hny 111111111'11111 I Then sUlk that I was cut oft from ',oll< ll.t trust emmy of 'eui, father the same country honey Is placed In Kuy,

: mental recreation.Outside fill' per ton, f. ... b., ;at. hiM fin'm,,, s.'IUI "Y kin trust ber sartlu. Sin baln't lacied, water of sprinkling at ,Art WnulowSluidefl
time '
bo taken
succor signal to te lI..e
which is on I lli" Atlantic I :; the children, chattering As be wail I saw 0110 chance for -
I are 'Ihivu production' Isxalil. 'lobe us fine 1'1,11I1 bug Jlst what she was." cemnonle of the heathen
with the neighborhood colony as is grown In the !United I I teliites.and my life. ):I"'elnl, bill lea wllli my About a week after when tbe ounsull!

I telling of the womleis they have HIM demand Is ready,, the greater Bound arm. wltU the strengthof feelings of the two Lbl.i>ersons bad frequently forbidden. employed honey but It wee R..
ns a sacrifice lu the Jewlsliritual. S. MOONEY.We
1 seen III t the north and I the weeks of hurt of the, crop 1 being sold to deHlllr. Hud. bo been above water had time to cool, Zeke, who wus sleep- With milk water .
I'll in wholesalu merchants.lalnesvlMt or It was presented
l pa have Hliuken oil. As It
11 L:; fun that have been theirs. Therehim ( I I i Hun.Some Illht bo was unable to do uio The. lug comfortably In bed, awoke and by tbe Greeks a..* a libation to carry .big lloo ot tin-so ttooil. Ia
was. so. wen
IL r: been enough material gathered above, fueling the extra weight heard a sound wltbollt Ho got up tire' dead. A honey cake was the are making exceedingly low |iuriits's nu*.
Kick as Palatka. pulled und, going to the "window saw by the
, In these ( food of the
play days to enliven many bard mind before could do monthly fabled serpent
enemy and
long evenings this winter. The marine medical I board,, l should uuytbluit to wcro both light of tIre moon, wblcb was full, guardian of the acropolis of Athens. Undertaking Embalming.DELICIOUS.
wo at
J study the of Florida. prevent Mundy let down tbe fence and drive make the home .
Yes, the best the miip It recently tbe surface. Peruvian aborigine offered honey to bright and attractive -- -- -- .
: 1"lI't..f summer
refused to \t.tI young midshipman i her 10lber'a cow Into tbe Inclosure.Zcko the Perhaps it's
vacation coming home. visit Ooala) because of the As soou o I saw that I was saved I 'jumped Into his clothes ran a

.. outbreak or yellow fever at .rVumi- fainted. "'h'I I camo to myself En. downstairs and caught tbo' girt b..tor .Be... llalrplna War* lava..
;; cola, yet permitted him, to vislcTroy.Ala. right bad Bono but. turning my eyes tube ""oehL'Ihcr\ home.. Mr. Blinks--I see by this thu i for the Parlor
TO RIGHT A WRONG. ., more than two hundred and toward the shore, I saw hint pulllug paper Dilnl Room or
"Mandy, he said, "y'r kecb..... I hairpins were Invented In 1543 nndMrs. Bed Rooms Fruit Ice Creams, Suudirs, MilkShakes
., The News fifty miles nearer IIle"llIc" or infection. for time dock with furious strokes. Hurriedly you
unthinkingly sor y' drlvlu1 the Into .
cow our farm.Whint'd Blluks Denr
wronged How do
Tlm. Htnpldity I exhibited I by I those yousuppose Maybe it's Cream S.HIU. !
cnl..d on standing by to a little Ice
r a high-minded citizen of Palatka some otclals! Is amazing.-Oca) In him y' do It for? women buttoned their shoes
two of
stop them
who enjoys. the merited r"plltnll..llorminding Manner., cuterloff Maudy bung her..bead. Most girls and unlocked trunks before that? Pah \ for the and
another bont reached the dock lu tluio
z his v look pretty In and Mandywas IHc"el L All
own business.We to prevent him getting moollgbt Kinds of Refreshing Summrf ,j
p.- refer to Mr. H. A. II. )McKen- Put Up or Shut Up. When the underwriters frym beard UWIY. I pretty time. She Action Is eloquence The eye of the orSill
The Jiisper News has mystory madu n confession Fearing tbat bermother ignorant are more learned Drinks atL.J1SJUTJ"I-
she, editor of the Times-Herald. not charged L they resolved, to push botli thc I than .their for the Floor)
I at (lime that would glvo her a .
any any particular fund' stepfather ear* -Bbakespeare.
I 4 In11, editorial paragraph last owners, the captain of the .shIp gird I In
of the county bad been stolen nnd she bad been putting the cow In among any case we can supply
week, referring to the "l.ooney and makes no such charge now, I but It especially Enrlglit to tbo wall. They his corn for the purposeof making Notice of application for Tax Deed un with the best at the you ,

: Koollsh" letters which have appeared tbieH assert that according to the report hud no cud of money with wblcb trouble She bad served double pur- der section 8 of chapter 4888, Laws of New designs in lowest cost saupa SU P.....
1 .
of :Mr.\ Hiitchlnson., dp tbe job and lauded Florida
III one of I themost every one connected
for herself HtaM
our contemporary' the Now" IIstal..d pose nud Zoke. luest Lice of Coufnotlou In the
expert accountants in ttu south with tbe swindle In state Notice U hereby
,, given that
that they "are reported !O HIM county at Hamilton Is sliorl prison. Tbe courts couldn't bang En- he"Wbufd y take sides wit dad for" Mlddleton. purhaer of tax certificate& WALL PAPER Tobacco, Ilpe Clguis
.t have been written by u colored. limn 'lI.rrlI.OIl) of til. money pilld by the as bo because bo bnd i No. 001. date 3d day of AprIl AD. :__._
A < named Osgood." people an taxes; and I his 1. according I rl&bt .. < dc."r".t. llfo buttbe t "Oh, I know mother. If Id V sided 1893, ba said certificate in inv '
I liiliin I said lo uiy with her sbo'd 'a' his oflloe arriving
Our report and t Its rrcords, I true favor and application daily
Injury to :Mr. McKenxln for
WHSIn this amount "..IIII..llhrollth I ,: I I.J.MoJail's judge gavo blm twenty years, and I an' made It up." deed Issue mae tl We invite BUY YOURLIQUORS
I I the I Implication' that bo still bus ten of them t .cr.OD with inspectionACeiMll9"8tet
I ho would cccept !- ( 'hand and I the county has KU to sol'o.Tat "llon.ly." said Keke "y'r a remark SaId cerlOot embrae. following"

; for publication an article from 'nr failed 1 to be Hm recipient of It. was my last trip under water. gal. Vve broke It between property in Putuaro

II colored man. This of course, the Now, there Is no need for any froth, man could get one to put on 1 helmet tbo two old nns. of dad o.unty. Florida t.lt ltlat A

u New. knows he would not do, know fume or fuss. The question Ione for any money, but It baa not been wants" He In' N" U of ne 4 wj of nwt section 8 [ GO.
of such pimple propoitloim that theveriest hilt bOHltatOt township 11 r A T.
: I ingly. necessary. I saved tbe Insurance "What's bo range 31-130 ,ore.. .
novice could not fall In Its I to the underwriters within The said land beliu
$ In this case the News now nut In- solution-either McCall owes the au "Ho wants mo to marry 7'." date of the Issuance .&s8se at the J. F. BREWER'SWholesale
ace of life In
losing doing They
my so.
p lied that Mr. McKenxle", did not doso county J'JiVl( Oil) that he ought not to n made np a purse for uie. each putting I Ii Mandy turned half around looked In the name of C. B. Smith Unless European .and U tull Liquor Houne. '
owe and, oughtto have down and Zeke to her
paid or v walOI. .lt shall be Restaurant
even unwittingly' for the News Is i In and as there were seven of well redeemed ao -
he does ,
nut It. II $2,0 and his
; owe ho has mil' put an and oordlnn to law, tax will Issue
also satisfied that no colored' man in isis ppcoiri''I ted t the money let him i you can flit tiro that I got my nest they stood silent, with none but the 00 on the 30th day dee A. D tb.r.19U5 Furnished Our Whiskey lricel ranKO f ffOnr
J u wrote the article In ion. deny It, account ror It and, 'egg. Besides, I have lu their em Wltnes Sept '
uiuucl show It ben round' mol looking down on them. my official and seal Hot to $0.00 per gllonud "
and 1:6
up. Ir hun does. It let him ploy ever since. I wns married that this the Cold BathsAt '
owe 24th
Mr. McKcnzle I. u high-minded pay. It One day Mandy and Zeke walked off day of august. A. D llt) >6. full stock of '

( I vnurteou southern gentleman one np.-Jasper New. autumn nnd have lived comfortably onmy to a parson and were marrlo.. FarmerBunker' Clerk, ** !Circuit} JOHEPH PRICE in all varieties
salary ami. tbe Interest of my capital Ct, Putnam County' ,
i who holds tenaciously to the .delight was proportion tate FU U 7
accepted We pctalty
Growth. wblcb been .Chas are a
steadily growing.HAROLD making
southern standard of relationship Watch Leesburg grow. In spite OTIS. widow' chagrin.CORA A8HWOUTH.Cutnrrli Notice or Administrator t Kupperbuscb'sPalatta. the }fog trade and invito you 'ta

&fi between the races. lie could not of pull .hacks. and knockers she Is Credlor. Via.Chamberlain' son if for our. price list

'' therefore, permit the useof his columns one of the coming. towns of Florida, BfiklNr Houses. .-.------ I MAvrao I AdmIvystrsar, Agent for celebrated I. 'n W'
to colored : (hood water and cleanllnesjt. ole ky'S Malay house are built on $ eHuge t'iidlaondrp dreeso.
a writer for Invariably '
purpos- Cannot lInt Cured, by the Juaui.. or Colic, Cholera and Harper
,. ) I es of pupllo discussion. Lersburg one of the healthiest. an I posts, so as to raise tbe floor from four I evetevfruorldsenIus.fth day.cn.m. 105007. DI rehiosa Remedy. Whisky
'i' well as the most beautiful town InIlia to six above the ground. floorIs with L'CA.APPLICATION*, .lhi>r mnnot I a. D., lw sad bavua5 wk,,, ohnria""m"" 3 Nn BUjl" am may th1.I .
I While disclaiming, any purpose of HtiitH. .LeeshurgCommerci.il.. f.et Tie rMtti .. of tha l nr annifillutlonnl' _, ---- J. ff- ,
composed of bamboo, Interstices hlo..1 dl nnd In .d"n k'mnhntueramor, I h"rat>T sue' simo. ,:, -
lo t
wounding our neighbor, (the Newsduslres cure u TOII iiiuw Sake liiutraul l dUlrtluihwa
between slats the earth u Kill rnlarrh' Cirn ,, .oel. :, :: and all, uarZ ( ,")
bou.at |I. uk Inlarn *claim* \
to express. Its regret that It Farms for Rent. becoming, the receptacle. of drain i anlwrilrimlly on than blnU'' and miicnna aurfiwp.0. ,=|",.nl us,.,,,ord.asel.njln.t.ul to m. for pVjmrni :! -180-rtoM.I.M.r'Patatla. Fla.

t ha unthinkingly, been the means of,, Parties 'Imvlntr f rill" alomr the> age of the .toblll"monl Tbe universal Ita.Ifn "'.0'. praar'' ",hoI Ouru by .ana. not of the A quack,boat pbr-lulftna miMlloluit.' two. r...f.om lha duwol ibis pish... amuh I Study al Home

t wronging a gentleman and fellow line of the UeorglaSouthern &; Florid plan wel do natives n lu .hl..I..j,, .t.t yrara .uI'. ftularur "?. .N Admlnlalratur.Every OAl.HOnN: __. 'c ,- -
with whom r H'y which they wish to rent to Is to build the two oimpoMiit of tba baat Innto -
publisher Its I
r..llIlI"nahlne ,
41vlBlonl n knnwa.v.oummsln.mwirv tbatMat ,
blood I
puiilnr I
nun : !
always been most cordial. white'\tenants are requested to write I tbe front one for receiving \1.ltor I anting dlnmllv: on dime mmmia' aurfitjpa Tna I 0W5fttIlfl)5.lfv d j : = ,
to". giving full pftrfMt cnmtilnatlou v.1 description of I two Ins-ri4lwmu la tadl prof I : I
. It also trust this. note of apology ty to bo rented and the snioimr proper.ofrental 10unJnl generally while tke rear por what prfHlu.anaiMh .un..ru' .uu. 'o.u. Rued the dlsplav ad"U.e..o' of thus ,..r .,;." .": -, .toi.
',. ) luiked.. reserved for the women and I Icbildzsq. Inltrh. Sautl a" ....fnw. six Morse Sofoola I '' I ) Vtow hOtSLPimenteheA
overtake the of'lslegrapby "
may and make la this .
wrong I
I r. j. cHtrnir co. Toiaao' 'lsue and l-.ro _' 5q. :
,good." W. L. aLKSUNiR Comrnlssloher Sow' b, Druglaia. ,Ita.pall's 0 haw Scaly. yoUng m.o I ....:. T.mhm. fiiss. ; Room"at b* bunt"lb priiI't1htbei.eiieem.4 .:.
Je. I or lady may 1 learn telegraphy act. be ai **"** afwMX.M.V CasslaJK' t | ,. .Bauia ..n
Macon family 11.,n UM lo BUr a poalttoB- VsMMlml.L MI M ibii n_>_a 7JlT' ? .a.. p*. wa M |W".room*

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a [ Crescent City News Florida East Coast Railway.Local

FreshGroceries I N. A. Vurgason and daughter Miss Here We Are With' .
I and Bert Vurgason\ have gone\

u I Cash Mrs.returned Phillip( from and St. Augustine Miss Oracs on to the Bartow future reside, Fla.. where they will In a new stock of Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7,1905.7

I Il.a I CJtESCENT. CITY. 0 Tuesday evening. Mrs. V. L. Gable and son, Willieof Fall and Winter

u la one of the ,most beautiful K. Borsen returned from his Lakeland, Fla., are visiting Mrs. SOUIH.80UIID-IlEAD DOWN. HORTH-BOUND-READ UP.
locations In second D. K Dusenberry. .
j Florlila. Tourists ---
housewife. -'-' -
Those never worry not so fresh cause ,all\ howorry. 101 101 3 will nod It an Ideal spot to fishing trip to Daytona Beach Thos. Smith has purchased n. new Goods. No. 00 No. se STATIONS! No. ,';';"n. esDsilj

J j j spend the winter or pass a few last Saturday, bringing four or five horse. ilally 1..11)' ,,..117

I days of keen delight. large sea bns caught that morningand Wo have bought early so .00 p 5 441 a Lv. ..................Ia'.k..IIVlll.-:: A1"; till.u. ..iU;
H our! "8M'cliilty' Is I The town Is on Uroaonnt Lake which he. Alfred Yeardley. hns a fine crop of that can make what .07 I' V As Si ..........,.....,. .Ioku'llIe., ............ Lv "n i I' 5 d'J iiS
| r generously divided, as persimmons which he Is. to you up 15 I. IU Un" ..".,....,.,..HL A'fitlae' ................. .. 6 no I' 7 0. '
(an arm of the St. Johns Rlverl) far as they would 'round with different shipping i you need in winter clothing 6 61 I' ii 3' n" .......... .. ........JI..II.. .. ... ...,........ .. 4 n' I' 0 ill aod
I nod la. 100 miles by .. go his firms. before cold J 10 I' II no .. ........Iwt-I I..k"'. ............... .. a ii I' 0 2ft a
Groceries I I 77 miles by rail from Jackson neighbors and friends The fish The weather still continues weather. Q'T idi> 02 it7 r::=... .=l'"i"tk.-I.:: :: :::: ; ::::: -IUI'' ,i ltiI. CO
I; I Il'I'mlh ville. were of fine flavor and all of those hot, thermometer still reaching very 1,000 yda AmoHkeag Qing- so p ml no!a Lv ,=,,;::.:::."iilLki':. .:...a.,.,..::.. Ar ..6.!00' J' 5 63 a t::
I The all day river ride on the favored with III the nineties. Kaln up hams the beat ?c per yd. ".0 Iii'uTor', ......... .... ....sill tt.7"i, .. ?3lli7' .......... 04.
a sample are grate Is badly neo very Ar S to
lip s
steamer Crescent, from JaukBimvlllu C !.,IOU: .-.8o !! !.::::="= ,,= .!: _!. !.! ;:
I ful to Mr. Borsen for his kindness. Kpwnrth League meeting wns held 1,000( yds beautiful Flan- 7 eli I I' 29 D' I' L.. ..................... Cl"Ma ...................... I.. Dr" I' -8 all Ii .
(1iocerIe.ve to Crescent City, Is one lIS ...... .... ...... .. ..
Ia I In M. ]oj. church i iiplets, assorted"" colors ?c to < sua p I I' .11"11.' ... .......... D U I I' 800.
Ret that fresh by .....ry t I of Florida the delightful travel. experiences The of Over 100' delegates\ and visitors l Sunday evening. loc per yd.Whit" 0\ : 10 r.r.I: III lid I:i.: :: :::::;-_.:::.::::::::t.III': ,: ':::li, .:.::::::::::::::: :: ?, *I? :p: : :: :

sl am"r were In town last week ........... ...... ... . .. .
I to attend the Knot Hud MlUi.One Q\ a oa I I' I DB I'' .. .D")I'ill .... .... 8 UO I' 41.
boat I leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. m. colored Sunday > Red, Blue, Grey V o. I' 1 r.t 1 .................1..... ",'n".................... .. a 6" i. .8" "5
Tuesday school convention of the things/ which It seems UI V 46 2 Al' ...NoW. 2 Ia
every TIIIII'"day.aod uayrno .OI iiiifln
have them rFresh 1 Flannels from aoc to.3Sc I. 'U! ..=::::= :::'= : p
You can always I Bnturday reaching Crescent held at the A. 1\f. E. church many of difficult for the public iiiiud to grasp t:: 8 asj' Ar ...........,......J4ku"I..i--. t U ifi I' fldi; ...
wh..o 3OI1 buy of UB.g : Oily at U p. m. '1 his trip Is the whom remained here until Is that there Is a decided difference between per yard.Canton '; IU HU A I uS I' .. .......... .., ..01""""City .... ............ .... H o. I' S U i I' aE

Sunday. Flannels) from 7c ..! ".=.'oris' f.J'ln! ........ 12_laO_p -6 pa
'Nother thing about our Fresh I only daylight rid* up the broad The convention was. an annual Sim- the knot and tbs mile. It I. oa r ii-00 p i-: : ........... Now Huirue.' ................' Th u VU I' oSi 0L t
1 OroonrlHS they don't cost nnv rI ':I and picturesque St. Johns. day school certainly about time to have it thoroughly 12&Jo per yard.Clothing IU 11II1' .01 I' .. ....................0)0)1) 11111................... .. I D4 I' H.O.. ...
morn than. lh*..th rfel ow charges !'!i The steamer has pretty cabins gatherIng of the Sanford understood tbat the for moo and ho)'.. IC 85 P 5 00 I, Ar _" ...... .....,.:.IL".II. ,, .................. ".. _12'!..!! _._OO)_aAr III
for tho other kind-Th* kind not toJ and offers a delightful outlook district, A. M. E. Church. The visitors two 111'0not Wn C V 00 a.... ...... ................... H".1 .................... jvjllOUiillJl 00 a
I the with the times.CONE .
same thing. It seems are up .. .
so tIQ&No .. I even In stormy weather.. were entertained by our colored enough to remember that a mile l Id easy only o 'i ';I I'f.;; :: .: ::::::.::::;:::.rIt: ;:; ': ';""I\f-\ ;;;::::::::::::::::: :: i ia 1. 1iWa DO ft 8 '

i Crescent City la the center of, people and all appeared to be havinga about 87 per cent of a knot the latter III II 10 I' 00 I' ....................u.'"",,,......... ... ........... .. 12 III' u 10 a '.

N W 8weet t PoloIO S.t S. I I the middle orange Florida growing and Industry bountiful In good time being approximately 0,082 feet lu ; n :' r. : 40 1:0: I p I.: :: ::::::::::::::::En'l ilokIolg: : (1.1110.: .:::::;,.:::::::::: :: n lIt St p a : :: : -I

graves surround the place./ :J. C. Qrlmalcy's orange crop ls reported length: while the statute mile measures U 12 12 laS ti : : ill iii r. :: ::::::::::::::::::M.Il.lIrrlu.H.uffitlftn;::: ::::::::::::::::: :: I::1,44 ii ft i I I 4 54 01 : ,

4 fishing Oood will boating afford hunting amusement and to be developing finely thetanlfel'lne are 5,2HO equal feet. within Three, a and small oue-half fraction uilles to The Shoe Man, b.\\) 1 1 :: : : :l a r. :: :::::::::::::::::.Fort.III. L'I Pmnros..::::::::::::::::: :: :: I Ii 5 : i:i: ti laO. ,p, S'c ,.

Best t Fiesli S Callee.It'i grapefruit and round oranges I 10. 'U. I' ................... Tubal,. .. ....... ......... .. 8 .0 a 11 53 I' III's.
for sportsmen. three knots. The result of this difference Crescent City, Florida. o'J 7 Iii ..... .Elo, ... it
I Naptba launches can be secured being' of good sixe., The rains .' of"course. Is that the speed of a 0 54 : '7 17 I:i': :: ::::::.:::::::::".j : "::::::::::::::::: ::. = 1 : //1 :I'at 1I 1-.)'
If tJ of the few a IV n I ..a I' ". ....-.............. ......... ._..... 0 II n II If' I'Q
d ; the CREST B1UND. cheaply for water trips. past weeks have assisted vessel In miles per hour Is always considerably 4..) I 00 a 1 60 I' ..............._ .51,0,1'.. ................. .. au" 10 alI'\
.j you drink It once you will never ti: Crescent City has good hotels materially.Those who have seen larger than when stated In (;j I 2T a a up" .............it..o.1ii.il.r., .............. '. 0 IlS Ia I" IV I I'

d \take any other klhd.| IJ and boarding houses at moderate the fruit predict that It will show up knot., and the confusion of ilie terms ( : : : : 1 I.I. :: ::::::::::':West........ii.yntoi',, ,", a.n.l::...:.,.::::::::::: :: ; : a, = so 13 I r. :::2

Also everything elan that's new tJu rates. of the highest quality when mature sometimes gives rise to rather remarkable -a-- :I.: BoDe: : : ; .a _. 4 t to P .. .....................I tolr.y, ..................... I In" II Ill I. Co 0
Beautiful ,
walk. and ,
3 ) 34
ill 10 31 Fri Lelr.iel' I 1
and good aud fresh at IJU bicycle piths.PREHCPNT and they estimate that his east Bide claims of speed performance.When ,,- : 40 : 10 so :: :: ::::::::::::::..... : :, '......::..::::::::::: :: : 1) :: : Oil p t'4
IJ a twenty knot ship for Dentist. 8 ao.. 10" P .. .............."...UOII..lldol.. ........"....... .. a n. n 7" P 00CO

J. W. MILLER'SCrescent grove l.GOO boxes.will:! have, between 1,000 and Is lightly mentioned It .should example be ro'membcred ., Ofllco at Iloaldonuo- -- -, --on Froapoct Street. :::2 : ::_: 1lliu I_I 117 :: Ar'' ::::::::::::::....Lefllfl'l... ,.'ni': '.....::::::::::::::::: ;:. J-0 4-: J.2.: :: '.

that this
really menus a
M City, Fla. tJM IJ - Rob't B. Bethel has returned from little over twenty-three miles. Similarly Crescent City, Florida.. DI,1.7 IiilESTi.tl: ) 1'1':11.10:11, : : holly

IJ a visit of some weeks to his old with higher figures, which are often Sun K..n.
rrrr D 3 3 WEEK KNDINO. "1'EMIILH II'AII.I. ItlOB' K. I>. home In South Carolina whither he glibly; enough stated the difference between W. B. SHOTWELL -800 a.......... L" ..................... lIn..1. .................... Ar ............ D 80 pIC
-_.- --- WILLIAMH, ODBBBVEU. went In the hope of benefiting his the terms Is worth bearing in 80 ..................r ..................U........".'.." ............... _L................. I 00 i iTli2 I'c '

Mn. Mlo. .
for for. health. The News to mind. It will help to guard against Builds Row Boats. -- =- == .
regrets state
Sffpteinnnr. T A.M. I P... 9 P. .. M hn.8h the forming of ridiculous estimates ofa N... .8 No. .1 : ; N... .. s... 1<... : 1 1t
arrivals of that Mr. Bethel did not received Repairs boats buggies and makes all MA YI'uUT "ItASCII I
The advance 10. iaeiordayIn Kl 1 'HA 13 the ....
17. Sunln, ,. 7U m 7U M) 73 hoped for benefit and Is vessel's capabilities.Cow kinds of wood work repairs at his shop : ; :;:r; ; :: ;::r; :
., now quite .:. _
In. Mimdny. HI III .till l Illtf Til
r In of Ms! '
and Summer 10. 'r".d..,.._. Wl'tf" !1 8HK Ill III 77M 111 at his home south of town. Mr.Both,1 rear MEAT MARKET. -t ,... ....... ---uesp
1 I. 71 WK 'H IM 70a. Fonr Ahead ot Pilgrim.*. Crescent City Fla. 1010 a 00 P 5 !HI. L. .J""konn.l1ln. A. 7 48. 11 "0 P 8 r.O p "... ......
Waduoadny o\r ..._S... n.k..n.II., \ .. 7th .. ...........
Thurmlny... 7" vl lit) m 7. has been ailing for some time The cow pony Is of distinguished Satisfactory work guaranteed at modest 1010. StOIC 5.205 .. ....... .. .. .... .. u'iuup.'
: Materials .,. \I 40 I' 1060. 0 40 I' I 60 a Plll .R<'h. 7 (" 0 II .n. ............
Friday 7U HI 711 90 711 and his failure to .. ..... ..... t'np.... .. .
show any signs of lineage. Ills ancestral home was prices. \I 411 r 10115. 0 U I' 8 O' n .0\11.1/111. D."h. 7 CII n U" n .....
.. p.
S 011 P 11 10. 7 00 r 8 20 a ........_itnyp..r&........... 0 U. 11 iso al ........ ......
: are now on exhibition at improvement Is a matter of deep among the Moors of Barbary,. and his .
As Cllnohar."I'm ---- -- -- ------- ----
"" a -- -- ----
concern to his pedigree reads back to the "Oo and
family hosts of
Chamberlin's. not so particular about speed
C. L. = $ Arabian." Innocently associated tlth rPiNiNSUURANDOCCWENTALSTEAMSlllPCONNECTIONS' AT MIAMI.
Personal and' Social. friends In these parts. but I must have a gentle horse" repented !
j Those i include Linens, the Spanish Invasion of Mexico: his _..
: Several people in this neighborhood : Mr. Green. "Sly wife wantsto
1 Lawns Dimities and all t"", "" "" ", ,,,,,,,,, ) lost a number of chickens race was already esllHnUed on tbe. drive. you see. Will you warrant Close Connection Made si Miami with Slcsmiltlps, uf (lie P. a: O. S. S. Company For
of the
plains southwest when the Mayflower
: the new and pretty creations I this horse to be safe"
Mrs. John Mlzell of Jacksonville from their last
week and
some landed. In the centuries tbat HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
:: for early springwear Sunilny with her sou, N. It. "Certainly" said the dealer reassur.
spent !seem to think that there Is a sort 'o followed be conformed his nature to ,
1 and we want ingly. "He's" a regular lady's horse. -------- ---- ------
you Mlzell.K.! .
connecting link between this fact the requirements of the plains until '
r to them also our "You are sure he's not afraid of any Tb..e Time Tables how tin Union nt eliot trnlnn m.. Imoxpcfltwl tonrrlvo' nt aad depart;
see J. Hnrpor has a flue stock of and the further fact that there was lie lilted them as the camel fits tho thing?" asked Mr. Green anxiouslyand from the several stalk. ..... tilt lilly arrival' nr ilnpurtiinMtt,. ., llio UIIH-M, i >ilut4'il l IS. tinLgimrammulnor
pretty patterns of desert. and became so perfectly la hole Jonipany...bo hulil_|)niialbli'for any Inynnrany counniuoiiuaa'| at lulnif iberulroui
a large colored .
White Goods Laces hard wood nil sawed and split for Sunday school convention adapted to the work of the cattle range for the tenth time. -.__.____ _._ ___ -._ _
here air
stove leiiRtli. coincident with the The dealer assumed an of reflec
f. and Ribbons discovery of their raided roosts. as to make It doubtful whether the tion. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
: Mrs. Dr. S. C. Wood of Webster needs of tho cowboy evolved the cow
"Well there Is that be bus
1 But this Is
Shoes I IYOtl probably
Fla., hoe been visiting her. sister, only a con lecture pony or the capacities of the pony always appeared to be afraid of ever "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

1 know we alone in Mrs. Dr. E.V.. Warren. based upon the w..II.knownlove produced the cowboy.-Country. Life since I got him" he admitted con.

:j Crescent City sell the Miss HalUe JJoaton lies; returned of the average colored preacher for In America. scientiously. "It seems as If he's J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Oen'l I Pass. Agt., ST. AUQUSTINB FLA.

: Celebrated Hamilton- from a visit of several weeks with fried chicken and the desire of the cared to death for fear some one Effective June 3d. 11)05.) schedule figures for Mayport Branch. and Homestoad

Brown Shoes for Men, people to entertain him properly. !. Lifo Worth LivingS mIght say 'Whoa! and be not bear It." Extension shown above will be changed ; additional trains being put Into service
relatives In North Ciirolhm., Those people who that life Is and and the service between tl land. and homestead
14Vomen and ChildrenOf Mr. and Mrs. Edward :J. Burke of say between l Jacksonville Mayport
coarse, we have Mrs. W. J. Braddock of Hnntlnir- Jacksonville were the guests of Mr. not worth living find It so because Anclcat Brldff .......ClClo.. being 1 reduced to one. train a day each way. For correct schedule see any :Agnntof

1 everything in tha Frslii ) ton Is visiting. her. brother 'VI lter8urpe..a. Ft. O. Burton over Sunday. Mr. they do not go to work to make It A primitive notion existed among tho the F. E. C. By. .
and worth living. Why does sadness over Romans and other races that a bridge -
sister Mrs. V. T. Barr
(Grocery Lino. The Burke is manager of the photo. power them? la It so much harder for was au offense and Injury to the river .. -

Freshest Jams, Jellies nt UeLand. rraphio supply department In the them than for others to see sin and god, as It saved people from being;

and Marmalades and Capt. and Mrs. J.V.. Milliir have hf. & W. B. Drew company and suffering? What right have they to drowned while fording or swimming

r all the special delicasies postponed their. return home for .a while "here made some exposures add their weight to the world's burdens cross and robbed the deity of a curtain G. S. & F. Railway. -

: for the table ; if there i iI is week or two. owing to sickness of that are going to result In some high ? I. It a slgu of Intellect to be number of victims which, were Ills. due.

anything spocial you the children. grade Crescent City views. He took cowardly? And do these people not For innny centuries In Home propitiatory .

r k want for the table we Eggs are a very scarce artIcle In photographs. of Capt. Miller's. and dream that the spiritual power which offerings of human victims were The Best Route
makes such an Intellectual condition made everjt year to the Tiber. Men
are pretty sure to have it. this market and those who have the. Williams grove as well as some Impossible Is to drowned
vastly superior any and women were by being.
r Fox, Uiver Butter is fc them find a ready mnl kt-t at. no cents others about town, and has made a power that the Intellect alone qan: attain. bound and flung from the wooden Bubllclan Macon Atlanta Columbus,

: always finePremier per Uuxon.: pretty groups picture of Mr Bur. .-Elizabeth Peabody. bridge "which till utarly the end

:j Chepstl i finest What n ,..IJ.r to know that this oil's children.Mr. of the republican period was the one Americus Birmingham Valdosta
Rilwys In 1840. ,
tho Tiber la
made and only bridge across
'wet and dry" election Is over and and Mrs. David Dawes, who A writer to the New York Mirror of

K' very thing/ FrPMh inLnwney's that people will bo privileged to talk have been spending the summer at 1840 In the course of a rhapsody on tho Rome. Montgomery and Northern Points.Two

::i YRltutal.Jlps about something, xlsu.Mr Dongan Hills (Staten Island N. Y., railway says: "Dueling and changing Aathoranlp s. a .Vrotfrnmlom. .

::1 Chocolates and Mrs. E. Waterman will leave for home oil the Clyde horses and separate rooms are at an Nobody. should write who Is not firmly -

1 O". L..CHAMBERL.IN. alld! I he chlldrnn returned last week Line steamer Araphoe which' sails end. our light literature must now become I possessed of the Idea that he has a Trains Daily Northbound.

Hoods. delivered free. from a two weok's outing at Daytona from' New York next Tuesday. This woven with steam our Incidents vocation for literature and Is not will-

l'' : Jf'n ]ttJt they expect will them III must arise from blowups and love be log to endure the penalties of art for '
I't:1':1t'U'rn Jacksonville
: : : get
B..ach. and which all greatly eii- Leave p.latkA.No.2., 6:011:< a in : No. 10. r 5:50: p m.
-- made over broken legs while here the the sake of serving art If a
an person
In time to arrive home on Arrive fnlatka Southbound! No. I lt\it)::1.0! i> |p m.
( "''W"," WWil"W" ..l\N oywl. the 7th lust.. Both Mr. and Mrs. novelist will have to record the falling who writes In that spirit makes a living .. .. No 0, ro: O..a m.
Mrs. Dr.V..rPIi.. with her 'sister, In of a tunnel, the only chance left fora he earns It. If he makes a fortune
: Take. f.J Dawes have had a pleasant summer, touch of the sublime." Trains then York Times.
; ilrs. Dr. Wood, left for Palatka on deserves It.--Now
and Mr. Dawes states In his letter proceeded under wonderfully good condition -
Monday. Dr. Warren will move his
hat while he has not'entirely' re- occasionally at the awe Inspiring A dwarf sees farther than tho giant
lousehold to Palatba, as soon
(I i N 44'f goods covered yet he Is feeling greatly speed of thirty-five miles an hour as a when be bus the giant's shoulder to Schedules given; above are subject to change; without notice, and the
o. as he secures a house. benefltted by the summer in the maximum.: mount.-Coleridge. I time of arrival and departure of trains Is not Kuarantood.Through .

I.t I. The) street committee could put In north. --- -- --- .- -- _u Pullman cars from 'I Iftoum to Atlanta, dial' tanonua; Nashville,
It will cure Chills a little profitable tlmu juht now by St. Louis and Chicago nll-tlie-year-round l. Elegant slopping oars between
Under the present school law
of Valdosta and Macon.
and Fever Headaches, ) burning the limbs trimmed from the
the state a valuable Inducement Is
trees during the summer .and which Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Macon
::1 Colds and Biliousness. have been jtllownd to cumber the offered the patrons of each 'of the Over Half a MillionSATISFIED Valdosta and Jacksonville.Information. .

public schools to do their part In securing .
J Try a BotHe atr""l.IIIIIoe. as to rates, routes. schedules, sleeping reservations
I .a good attendance. This pro- etc. will be gladly; furnished upon application to
'I ONLY 25 GENTS.For Tho Preston-Miller company ship- vision of the law. In brief gives to CUSTOMERSDo
and two large C. A. MA UI.T", .Depot Ticket Agent PnlatkA.
Pad 2,400 pails cypress each. school showing an average attendance .

For Sale atLound's tanks by the Crescent last Monday of. 80 per cent of Its enrollnent : you think such an enormous business could be built up and S. F. PAKKOTT, Vice Pres. CHAB. 1). HIIODKH Uen. Passenger. Agt

'J and the same boat carried out Di) bar. two extra: months of school at continually Increased, If our goods did not have exceptional value and merit Macon Ua.SOUTHER.IV .
: Drug Store } rels of naval stores from J. M. D a. state All Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people if our
: expense. parents to
reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established
:l Crescent City Flit.Frcsli I ton's Shell Illutf dock, do Is to see that their children, Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers Business

Mrs.:W.. B. Saunders and daughter \ once enrolled are faithful In attend. and Professional men In every section of this country would keep on using

:.1 Line of Garden Sued Miss Katharine Crawford. the ance. This done, It does not look HAYNER WHISKEY if It wasn't all right ,49 RAZZ.WAV. f F=::.'-
(lenuliie Bermuda Onion Seed.StJoln it if
S Do you think doctors would recommend It and hospitals use it
: latter. of the faculty of Stetson Unl- as If It would be hard matter to
.,...., secure wa n't absolutely pure and unadulterated EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, Jour) ;
_. versity returned Thursday of last the standard attendance required I Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. .
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week ,from a pleasant summer's outIng to secure this extra two Ydur money back If you are not satisfied. ----r:: =::T--:
Rlvrby Daylight. TWO.v55UbUoT5Wt.! ; : I No M 114) 80 Noriti and ii ost. I' !NO. I IfliLv I
at Mayport. Master Ilerny Maunders months of schooling. Suppose par United Siataa Sanata, Waahlnctoa, D. C. 'I I

The Beach & Miller LIn: also returned. ents and children unite now in resolving C.I ha..found Ha/oar Whiskey .....p.loa.lILas lot tabl. and madlcln.l purpoaaa." C7aaouviiii. Fla So R" t Ilia 7 flOpLv Jiwkonvttlu. Fin.. 11<. lay .... 7 ....
: W.... M. Smart. Je."I', U. 5. fly II 411.. 10 lip Lv "..p.n.. '" tO. .y Ia" .. ...
The publlu school will open next to secure this extra two mouthsfor U. 8. Sanator from Navtda. L" 8..nn..h.Oa .. Su R" I Sip U lou o\r AI..o". .0(1. . Ik1 hy" H .....
HUuun.r CRESCENT. Vul..rnblll................. By S MilO Oils. Atlsnta. U. .Ito' lay S ..
tenvi. Monday with Prof. Uelger In charge the Crescent City schooL It o\r Vb.rl."o .. .. .Ho tOy IU 18 P II 1\-,. ::lOom., On. .. :::::;:: ..\uty :::: ? 401,1.;.:: :
lId Jwk.on,1lloonTu.udayu" ire.n Thumilaya, can he done and It Is a prize worthyour o\r O..h..ro...... ..... 111 I iii Ii fills A. UsIC,", n..... .. ......oIlF 5 ..
hHturUiiya at .HO a. m. for ( CoveCrCCfl as principal and the Misses Appleby .. .. "u.. Teiio .. .
Ar D..lllo. .. .. bn Ry A 21 ftItlubmond ArOlatlniogn Ito ,
: :::: .i. : :
Liimllujra j'ululk.: :I City) and principal Way Smlth'as- assistants. Prof. Oel- best effort. HAYNER WHISKEY ko I l..xilgton.: Sy.(4 : ; ::::::
S 421iAri4.'CIiliUrM. UlulIllatl --5-- .. .
So it e34..1
Huturnlnt.l.avoaCraaoantattron WadneadHyit ;" ?
,: : ::: ger writes that' he hopes for a full at- Lv I uIOii.all, 0. Ills Fur '
Krldaya and Monday*at 7 a. m. POMONft.Mrs. ;:: : : : :: ; 4lll:
Jackiouvlu.. wharf foolot Laura BUMt. tendanot of all the children on the .... ::- Y "T i"i 'Ti iip Art'lloa.g.), r...::: Foir I..I i lie I ::::::

Tatuplioua.P.*..,_. wharf. font nf Inn atm opening day. N. K. Plplar returned Monday < .20 EXPRESS ] 0Oh..rl".III.W..bLaa"'n. ......,..,...8n soup B1 1110.t 11II" l e S "top 1111'Ar .cr Lv Cht.sgo.CIloluiail.,..0.....ts P..t:1::::: ..I t I ;':5t.l 110.1': ::::::

hns from a' most enjoyable three 4.FULL Ar Daillnore. P R B Ii. Ifll" 11 IflilAr I
Westcott partially ''''
ilsj. O. a. months spent In Illinois. $3 .Philadelphia ....P.. II. I 68 P 5 PIn ::8IW ......: .. ..8.1:: ;44p.I. :: ::::

JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B. covered from his serious Illness of PREPAIDOUR ];. RJ.. J) -. d Lvliiclnistt .. ...C 11 .11. 8 40p. ......
last week and Is able to be up and R. C. Middleton was a business ?f< s7-"New York and 1'10.1.B.p.\ ....." Ar Tlodo ".O Ii S D\.t\ roooal.\
Artistic visitor to Jacksonville last week. Dally Pullman I. Drawing Boom Slipping Carbulwecn AfOutrolt .. ..: I tonIi.v I-::::::
around the room. His many friends w. ln ., with Port: Tampa, Jnoktonvllle I and Now< .. Lloe.
OFFER will' send you a no clnellau. Pa l
Miss Nellie Keow of DeLand Is '
-- In Crescent City are hoping for Ills .r mark to how ooniwnla. 'M BI-u"i'; QUART York.. Ar Pltteburg..P.: l.tnest: : 1 I :::\. ::::::
the of her sister Mrs. C, '
; guest A. BoTTLES HAVMBR STOCK RYE FOR and No "Waahlngton anil Fla I.lmltod. Dully
Hair, Cutting In approved styles speedy and complete recovery and Knowlton.Mrs. PRIVATE .13.20. we Pullman\: slo.plnijGnrJa.ike.ui., : LVCta.lfltatt..ilig'fi'our1: : :.. : \ : I :
will pay tha azpr. eharvaa. Tak.hoots and aarapla Ii. b... your doctor Drawlnc-Boom Arclsvsllsnl .11111 Four.. .;. 451' $ ::::
Give me a oall. that hit may be! spared another such W. S. Mlddleton is entertainIng tail It-.,.., bottle U yon wlah. Than If yon don't Cod It Just aa w. sal t rule to New York., -=<=-.- < L.I..I""""' ...... ........ lip 11"1. ......
Mls McShane and friend o' /SanMateo. and perfectly aallalactorr.ahlp it back to ua AT OUR EXPENSE: and your : .or ......Iovllle..... to, 107 1..1 II [. .....
rRItRlJENT CI'---; FLORID attack. I (3.20 will ba promptly refunded. How could any oflor be falrar? VOD Throullb "The Laud of the sky." I No ItoLv A'I IS. I.eui._. .... ...'"SO.I __ __.,.10PI._......
Waterman has returned don't risk. a neat.Order. .
Master for the Pomona was well represented at .for Aril..e.t..enl.. Idahor Mont Nev..N M..O..Utah.Waah.. .'"'.. Jaokoon.UlI. rim' ...... Ho lay 'lIIpLY to :: -''Tb. through FiorIla Lurlt.d., o.ehe." .))and..117 solidve.ilbuteiralm
dn1 PuU.
Stetson University .. ....... .. ... .
N. iOnar
the Welaka dinner and last Sf160 Svalifll5li On R1
meeting Wyo..fnttae be on tha bnaln of 4 Qunri. for by UxjtU ...- l's's. \ .. ... mAn .1..I.hlll......J'.o"dll..o' IJinelnesl.l
term. of his third ,KO Ii thliiulal. H (0.. .11" I\V 8 01115Ar .
A. B.TORREY.Undertaker fall and winter : Io'riday-oalile the popular question paid or CtuartaUorOiaWrit ,by *Telsl; 1'repald. Aelmeuli.,. N C ... By I alp -- ,
year in that Institution. All his of wet and dry. e .our nearest office and do It NOW. fP! ar. ttotSlrlItltl. N 0 i' : : ,:,No It? S :W4.Li. : OaT -W&8T. '
And! Embalmer.) : 00..11I",. Tonll Ik1 Ky 8 lklpAr
Mr. Heldt. the well known blacksmith
friends here are expectIng great L..lovlllo ...... 110. 1\1 r 11I1"
of this studious has left for his home In luterlacheu THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY ..,.;: ... ... '' ..SOOtY' 4Mpa Iy Mot..ouvllie. ...... 110 lOp '
Full line ot Caskets and Coffins.Tolnphons things In the future life to be gone Indefinitely. :. .. Znfn".i.: !; : Ohio..Q:': : A 0 lIla.No. I.. J..p .. .. ..............110 By ... .
O .. Ar MII""n ....... ........It,, uy ......
man. Atlanta, O. SI. Louis. Mo Paul.Mlnn.MI
yoU III( saw-iulll Is Dayton, sail .. ... 74111'1
The now busy everyday -DnIl7' p..llm.n .awlour-Room Al. .I.n. ... .. ....HolI' .....
CRESCENT Thos. 8. Bates has been spending and W. S. Mlddleton's next Improvement Dinnxxar, TaoT O. BiTABUiaaa: law. Dutro' Slpllle Oar between Jeksonvl1le, and .or o\nnl.'n, ala. ... 110. K" .. .....
rLOBiDA SI. Louis.Two .or IIIrmlo.b.. Ala..So By ..,. ..
some time at hi. old home in the Is to be a commissary In I. Ar : ....Frlsuo 5 asp ......
and connection with the mill. to be erected A. II.rnllhl'I'r.n..........FrlftOO S IUs1.vfitnphl .. .... ..
upper peninsula of Michigan near the store, already begun. -- Trains Daily ......... .. .... ''_
Crescent City Transfer! Co., will be some time In Chicago before The pretty cottage which has 'r U..tHp.lnll', Ark..S. oJ1PI'... '. 4No.

Moots returnIng here. Mr. Bates has had been building for some time Is now To "Washington' and lt-...rh. Ftorila. Llmlt"'I." OslIp Poll.
all trains at Cnwornt City Ju'ootlun. quite asIde spell. since leaving CMS. finished and will be occupied soon Is Your Properly For Sale ? mall l1ra.lui.. Room .tsepln ..... botw...
bl.mplllB .n.l
Night trains by appoIntment tent City, but Is now said to be well by Mr. and Mrs D B. Rayborn, of New York. Bali.. ..C"7."

8. IS. LABBEE. Van""r.'L Lulnton, On. If for it. We in position - .-- -.-- -
___ a.pilt 1 so, let ua get a buyer art a ---- .

N U. MUelt and wife, who have Saturday 11I..1\UMOU for her Mlddleton home In Jesnp departed(OH. to handle Knat atate- of all kinds, regardless of location. ARBIYALS AT ", OK OIlVIL..II. "

lived for th. pnst year Or morwon From Now York,Washington, .to.-.Nn. "Wannlnstin" ant FlnHda, T.lmtMil' ," StOA, a). iS. '
Write us what have to sell with description and From Cincinnati, ,. ,.' I Itnltad I lOOn a. m
Pomona a yon ohlontffK
The man
Crescent have census gave : : .: ; :'I II'-i-.r:: : : : !.: : ,
) the east plus... of 'hike Ten ,aaallt; MemphIs, "rlorltln Llmll il"a lua m. -t.
where olllll IiMtwP, k._ __ priceand we wilt do our brat fi>(yna Prom I'lnclnaall, Aabfivllln' et.. -2*... *>. "WaMhlnsmn anil Vlorltla' I.lutltM.StOaa) ra, ".
moved rb) Pitbio! Ileiich from New york', \a.hlntfU. .to-.Ni>. ".IA, New York au,l Florid' KxprHM1"?.:!!* p. m. ..
will Uk charge of a horel belonging \VANTED-I.adyor ""r ntlemnn of --- -- -
fa Mr. r.U."II'1i sister Mr. Ml- fair education. to travel for firm .offcjBO.OilO The Crescent City Realty Co., 'Exce'lntDI.lnec! ;"r 8 'VICE'. _

amWliBJUtlllCEi'or sell :will slew 1 mgase III truck Kdanlntf '. year: payable capital. weekly.. 8alaryio'ii Expensnsadvanced. : per Crescent City Florida I O.) LUlU District Passenger Agent, 108 West ll. y Street Jaeksonviil.6. Fla

;: They left on the steamer Addrets OBO.: O. (iws, O. H. ACKEBT. U. II. W H. TAYLOE, O. H. At .

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The Palatka Newsand FrAnk "Smith has returned from Wedded tat Tampa.Col. i Death cf Mr./- Gate./1. .11 ._ ..-.-.. .-,... :k ,

Daytona leutchu.Mr. H. M. da Montmolllo, of this Mrs. Eitle E. Gates, wife of Rev. Irr THE ,
/hud Mrs.\ I. Mnrtlu of Brook M.
Advertiser city uuJ Miss Virginia Mcllvalne! of1'ampa E. J. Gates pastor of St. James I

The omorrow.yn, N. Y., are expected today or were IIH.rt'lud..t the l'reebyteliaii E. church South, in this city
-- cliurch in the latter city last Rt the home of Dr. S. (I. Miller ntj I.I Ill
wQ w Q Author Prlddy Is nt h City happenings and {: vacation of 'three weeks at Summer Holiday, evBiilnur, the ceremony be- FrancIs last Sunday morning R Palmetto I u /I INN :
::1 ; Haven Bench. bug performed by llev. L. K. Lynn, billions remlttant fever and heart NN

Personal mention. itt Ice Hattle HuUy :OAtlll'lIt'cllIt\:! or pastor of the 1'nliitkft. Presbytorlmi rn iI lire. Mrs. Gates. had been lit I... *e ege' I\N !

Advance L", : :'MeJ day from an enjoyable visit of two church. evernl weeks and with her two little By joining our Piano Club yon will be aljlo to get a 0\

weeks fluky Is lit also Diiytoua at,homo Heach.after Miss a, week Kiln Util. and Mrs." da Montmolllii left children was living at the home ofDr. ie. $400 grade Piano fur $267 on. payments of $10[ clown and /N.\

Thuodore Hay ot Hastings( wns In h ilennnitly spent with friends, atbrands. tlm Bimia evenliiK'\ for Diiytoua, Beach Miller, her physician.occurred from St. I.. membership dues of :$0 per month, without interost. //N.\ ;

the city 'Tuesday.JI :' where they will spend is I brief lima The funeral RfI..lloon.Ihe I.. t Piano( delivered: free to nearest depot as soon as tho (Irst /\'I\ !
leforo, couilnuf lo i'alnlka' to make James church Monday
Arrivals W. H. Cook of Pomona was Judge, J. C'. Vertices, Mr. and Mru.I. & otllcl..IIIIK'cl..rJt'mllll. 1 being Rev. /S. 'pfl Dollars is paid.Advantage. \
: i .heir home.
In tho city yesterday. J. Walton and family and theirguest I\ i
MIsH Jt'K.l llurtim returned : The bride, who was foimcrly a W. 1\[. 1'oage, pastor of t the McTyelre\ !

from Leo New JacobHOii York IOIl101'I'OW.Jlr. Is expected. home 'roni Summer delightful Haven yesterday Hummer. ,out"B Rlldnll'I'I'pOI.t i teacher In the l' hllkR. hitch utrudgrulmntiar Memorial, church In Jacksonville. AIS I of Our Club Plan. I 1 '

it : school Is a beautiful? nudiccompllshed There was. a large, attendance, of
OF R lid Mrs. Allen Price of Maltose church atid mnny I.. 1.1\\

were In the city Wednesday.Mrs. Miss JiescieVntklia, teacher of yaunif her lady whoseKrnciiius devoted others members. who of had the known Mrs.\ (Gates I.e To introduce mid' get th,11I Piano! Imfore. tho pulillcwe ]
liev. F. H. Klcliey l Is expected I lliH 1>111"111H..II" 1. I school lias tendered inanncr won many binullul t I- /.e' will form .club of ONK :IIL'NUKKI)) members, nmlpucli /j\\ I Iii'
friends her residence 1I1III Moral I oIT-rlugs were
i her resignation( to take Immediate I- dining I4e;
home from New- York, next week mmnuur will get a-Piano ut the wholesale, prtco( !
effect. The Is. dun '. The I Interment I wi.sn 1 \
reRlgnallon' to hit Plllllikn.1.1'I leturnas" the brIde and mil t">
Fall and 1 10.: Uatlln well-known readout, of The cluh, limited to ONK IIL'NDIIKI 1) momlierii und all j
III health. Hnpt. Tucker will Iry to I of Cul. de Moiitiiiullin, will 1 buapletisirct Oak Hill cemetery.Huskies ii' i'j'\
ilay.lliMtwIek was In the city Wednes- 1111 I 1 the vacimcy. to nil. her husliand, ,deci! usedeaves I..i, i lust. rib ruetits, will j I I .soon l 110> tnltPii. .!\, f

One' lesHOii forces Itself 'to I lh'rout Col. do Monlmollin Is one nf the two children. II (lIly .and. (a girl
'v. A. Kliklaail' of Frultlandbrought from Tnenday's. election : \
In the Welaka olitclal re- 'V II Ill prayer Is mlglity and must buoy lug spirits I In I, I lie new Palutkn. of tender, years. $ THE PALMETTO PIANO | t

WinterGoods turns.Jno.. eventually prevail" the corkscrew la He U. Hiiuretnry, of tliu Htnntuiifoundry During her short r Md. nco In l'i..I-

U. Klngham bee returned to decidedly more potent v lull, It comesto li and Mnchimt I company amid alka Mrs. Gales had greatly,, I'iidear-, /' U' tin instrument Hint has been manufactured in our own /j\

.I Daytona lieacn to enjoy the sen bans practical. polllea! III' Putnam secri-tary of tI... 1'nlatka Board of ed herself to the people of this' city It\ factories with some special fe-atnrea that wall innku: it /jsliiinl \

lieu lug. county.Quite 'I'nido. He Is perhnps best known She was a poweiful I aid I In nil I I < huich jf\ I Ilioclimtttio conditions (of !this Stntf hotter ..thiinK

Dr. KranK, Molina of Melrosu was a large' delegationof( represenialivo rniiKhuut Florida, by ri'nson' of hisoiiff work and did I' her full I I 1 pnrt I In nil I I de-. any Pimin mmle.)
u business visitor In the city lustMonti h ( IllY ciinnty 1 people were (Cliilsllau. i.1 e' f Iiii .
) l"Ht the. military' .si'ivlcn In (the stale mrtments of moral mid t .
I III tIme
city 11011"AIlI..IIK
I iiy.Morgan number and' hues. who cuu I led at this mops of which he has bi'en fur, six endeavor. Bin1. was president nflheocal I .\ WRITE FOR. CATALOGUE.. ''i'!

Hohaiiau of Carrawayupenta I iilllee were lieprt-sentallve linker yours on I lli.. stall of the Uovernore, 'V. C. '1'. U. and during' I hue. I.. \ /

couple of days i..' the city .mil County Uiipprlnlendent I of of Florida HS Ctinimlssnry K<>neral. mst several. months has edited. t the \V/
mis week. Schools> lelger..
I lie bums rvxidud In I'ulatka many: Woman's I:'ii rletiaut Temperance Un- \ \ The Gable I Company
Miss heidi Wlllard of Jacksonville The local. lojge of Knights of (lie
'III'S11111 Is highly cHtvemvd by all lou column of I this I
Is the guest or her cousin Miss| Modern Mat-cabers will I I 1 I hold 11 meutIngln ) paper.For /ININ
UOMII. Coxu. I the old Pyllilmi leiniile next "IU,...*"... the biirvaved. husband and lit. I

ATBrown's ; Monday. night and I (Join. uuuuiuAher Calhouii I II. children I I he people of Pulalltacl I..' FRANK E CHASE J Jacksonville, /
Miss Belle Weloli left on Sunday Manager Fla.
I rot JiiwtoU where she wilt enter is anxious Unit every i member Wedding Announcement.Mr. I (> a deep sympathy.' They. are at i.. Ii

Wellesley college.Justice slinll I at 100(1. There Is I ImpoitiinthiiHlneHS I and Mis." John Henry Merry- iresent, III 'Tampa guests,.. of ;Mr. l.' ?
to bo Eight : of (Jutes' brother. ;::_._. day the :
Kloralioine it iioiu mice engagement :
O. II. Ewing o'clock sharp. a ", _,_,_,_,"" -"'''' "' '7'7'7_'_'_'_',"'_'_,_" _
was* 'a visitor In the city Wednesday, Dr. H. K. tint I MiL-lr dimglilDiKlhel (Jlunn, to :Mr.Hiuvvnod .
' r is now ready the bearer of his precinct r..lurlle.StUIII.t hylclan| M ho with his family ontnopath I I has JlosHer of Jacksonville the I.NHNNNNNNNN I.

Hyatt will present "The tiuen spending Ills. KUininiT, at Ht.AuguslliiH wvdiling I I to (lake. place I In SI.; James Miss Kate LucasAdvises

_ for your Private Secretary" II comedy with \ 'has returned. wlili the Church on t tie evening' of October UWlt
local talent during I the coining win f n hilly I and, all I are. again ii t liome,
Inspection ter. corner",. Orange; .and Fifth streets. tlm tWtlnlylIfth.Early .

dbme Tlix doctor will 1 still I I pruiet hoe' III St.Augustine the Public of ..
while Tliellllle lt-yenr: old daughter. of I lIl'tof the time.ttfv. : I lit addition t
I 1I1>) Morning Wedding. Her New Business = 0 our :_
Mr. and M,'s. It. W. Bray of jSashua, :
the stock isunbroken. I Ills h county dlud I on Wednesday ot FnlliHr John O'Brien for. 12: 'l'h" inanliigu' of MUs. Maud U.Prlddy Enterprises.

dropsy I years the faithful Rlllll popular pastor of this city nud \Mr John
of St. Monicas Cathollu church In Having just returned from New b. Watch Repairing
Mrs., II. H. ill-Donald and sons i Arthur Spring( of tit Augustine was
returned Hittnrday. from a pleasant. this clly, but now pastor at Ferniin-, York, whew I have I linen for the .
sevurnl .8 dina days here thin .
summer's visit with relatives In I'rhana. spent throe weeks. attending .
k : The O. week grout. hour: many/ of bis jltlfriends. morning I \ I In St. Marks church, past getting lit'id'nlt and Opl'llIIIgll ; ,\'t, want you to remember; that: :
: purchasing !
llnv. I'riiucls I I Hlchoy, I hue rector
M,r. and, Mrs Kruest Owen of Sat-. my stock of gimils, for I the i our Optical Department i is filled ::
for The, real I surprlsu' or the electionwns m iillluliillng.' There wen-mine I present

V GRIFFON BRAND suinii.11I'1o.f'I.1t I Heights I I In tiiendii, stopped I In the over city on a the result from Ito Id w ui--I the, lIa\'" I lie hit IIII'd lit hut family and a few Doming season. I wish to say to :::: with n complete lino ol' Spectacles : '

Monday.Mrn.' Mnlrose I precinct. Th,< ...III'pl'lse11... clone. pHmunal rriendH. the I public that in connection i I 1 lib
thared by I Ihe wet and d rye alike.The Hilt Millinery Novelties, := and Nose Glasses/ <1 that; Wt, can :-'
Miss Is I lh.. my ,
c Custom Tlade vV. A. J\.I" 'd..ylIss. ; Mai'la precinctMIS" conceded by I the I'rlddy iii'coiiipllsheti
and' I little Harlnw I. Meuyday are expected lliiior| men to thn, dry column by a daughter or Mrs. Ellis I'rlddy of I this Fiincy Gooils, etc., i I: have 1'111'chllllll -: furnish" you with Glasses to Fit :

r Suits for Men linme I from Jiuytona Head huge m"J"l'lty.Vh,," I the returns' city I and Is well I known I In social I complete I lino of all
I tomorrow.K. Chub in they showed III) wet .....IW: Staple Dry Ooodsllnd an eapwiully c: Your iutli\' ,luallwl'h., :=
of circles. :Mr. Is. _
exceptionally Spring> a mini
are young
d'y011'I, ", majority of I 1:1: for I '. Clio ..
11'1"'" beautiful I line of Wool Dress
I:. S. Green I of Weliku was an in- of sterling diameter occupying a :;.. All work guaranteed.: ..;
attractive materials tereHti'd spectator at the receipt of 141 r. and Mrs.. V, J. I'H"I'IIII'HI' I hue Goods and Silks for SlujitVajst! clio ..,
riifioimlldo' position I I In t the meclinnIciil -
election returns lit I the courthouse children, of Hnttunna were I In I the | Suits! j als, trimmings j i for nama.
? ; this year. Veui Iul.NlhIy.: city I this. week. en route home.' Mrs. lepnitment', of I Ilio Florida" Kast: I- S. PRY"
I will I 1 I into now store a.w.
And the Suits (I'/ifaui,/ and t tho ynmig u' people were" (!'IRHt U.illwiiy at St. August Ine. movo my a.-,'
Mr. and J\n.( Itlchard I'otermamiof
\ (la. are the proud returning. h from" mi outing I of several I The. happy ,,"tile left on tho (GOAtnilu I: in Urn Merryday\ and will, :5 The
) parents Jeweler :
are warranted weeks. nt Daytona Itench, and Mr. us usual, givn my 1 Kail, I Opening i ,
oi all-pound boy born to them I for I their homo In St. Augustine -
(J'Hiirawns direct from N..w'wk.wlIPre the date of to ho announced ;: =
lust Friday.Mrs. cameo 1'al.itka FlorIdak'mMwrnmrnwAwmMwmm. :
I'o Fit likea he had boen called on luminous. I I accompanied by Hut 1 best Vtlshesof ,
Inter. I also desiro to the =
) Kiln \'. Grooms spent several huge! ci reItu.of. Krlemls. assure =
tailor made days lust week with friends atI'lney public that they will bu Pf'IlIIHlI: ]
lilull home Monday The wood work! above I tho h..II'r.1 with the, selections and will
returning cuethte .
Garment.InBoys '
nt I lh" :Selden fai-tory caught' lire" Jewish New Year.
b morning.Dull shortly lifter 7 o'
Mcfiood of Welaku Is expected and tli. alarm" was given; by I I lie i The Jewish New Year will begin will he displayed, in I'ulatka! thisseason.

h lii the city I tomorrow' and will I resume factory whlstln. and tlm viguum otis at Hiinset, tonight anil end with sunset $&ttJL&T& .: .T&l ..- .. *X.-3JIUUUUU&Ji.I.-r.zz.-r.-r.-r.u..I.-r..t..t..t.r.r.r.r; ; :
his studies h 111 tho Putnam High I "ringing of t Ihu I hull fit. central" st a I luil.. tomorrow and all the adherents
Thanking for favors
,Krhool this term. It all p'o\'I'Ilmora, fuss I linn Urn nIt you past
and Children's required" I 1 only II few minutes work of that faith In, this city will ovservetliu and soliciting! a continiianco ol [ ._ House _

, I llutclilnson h'apt.I S. ,M.weh 1-k Ij'ilireo now ii and citizens bury. of' with lie. factory. h hose t to put. out t tlio t I day as a "religious festival I amiholiday. same, I am, )Uespectfirlly" yours, ql Furnishing ,,-,. |

small blaze.Cluueuteut In the Jewish calendar It
Crescent: City were visitors In Pa- 1
Suits lalkaun. Wednesday.The / I'etermnnn.. killed, a larireenglu Is tho your CfMtll.( ( KATE L. LUCAS.t.fl'tlUtI'i'tI'tlll'il7Ulic Is Our Business

Putnam and hiHt Wednesday night/ ii t theI'liMiam M. S. ItroVll, thin clothier, Lee.
gradet phiirmncy., The bird Innlliecome and \vo are prepared to do it and
We have ) properly
just Helmut will open next Monday.\ The Jnrobson dry goods and shoes and
I by I Ihe electric, I lights t
(10 taste. in detail.!
; what want. attendance promises to be largerI and Hew Into tha St Oil) where I it was 1\\(. Kaiiner: dealer III dry good and ttJ pus your ( every By. tho way.
you I hit II I In previous How about I(ant mocks? I/c't im show
any year.Uobt. I the you a
,, hilled. It In or variety known as clothing am I only Jewish merchants -
The array of Kiigiu of Plney Hliill was a the.. osprey, nr Hulling eagle, color, I In I'alalkn' I nnd euell of t theseeHtabllHlimeiits i Just received t comfortable one for your {Kirch.

Suits for visitor In the city Tuesday.. Mr. ilaik-bmviii. nbuve with, head necknnd I will I I I be closed d u rI tug I Pretty! Odd l Pipc lI..t. Furniture guitablo. for Wedding Gifts I .
Kagiii has litany I Iriends here win lower pill.it If s most,ly white I u I 'I'he f
Boys and ChildrenIs are .always delighted to see him.Mrs. bird meiiHured (II I feet from I tip I of whig thin hours named. They will .be New : Capt. M. R. RYAW Palatlxa: Fla
lo tip. OJ>I'II"'lnhllllt( 6::11):!!) Saturday evening.In ,
H. K. Hond( Miss lletta and
large Master Kddie: I returned home Tuesday Miss JessIe 11 Mild)!'", who bus (ten days I there will bu another t-+4 d. lIi1Irn1tlI'1l":11'ru'n'! :r-n.t'.1"I1t1tU1IU! ? :rurr.m.zJ'JtJl".t'nJ"rII. : :

and there is from pleasant. visit of a month been spending. the summer III I lie Important. Jewish holiday-the Day Crop
3 fVSn
Vihh I I relatives I h In Thomasvllle I ((la, north mill west' ,. will 1 return next of Atonement. This, unlike the New I. r..",'... IlAlI.lir. CHAM. M.HII.I.IAKU

something sure to Mrs. Kugeiia: liranch of Daytona week and ,resume. direction I of her, Year day, Is a day of fasting and' theM Garden
nmslo clans Minn
Miulgo! resides at New Goods.
please everyone. Hunch spent several hoots In the Floraliome hue v hal ta I I'alalka t two ( thodox Jew who observes tha dayproperly 6. [IOPER Bit[ I CO.
with She
city Hund.iy friends. was
tlnys each week.! I Of late her clans does not nllow food or Seeds :
'I1'Olile' I to Demand to visit ,lelatlves.Mr. ,
has fdiown sue Ii an liiereasu I bat I It. Isthought. drink, not even! water, to i puss' his. .. We lire rrcrlvlnir dnlly New,
r The Celebrated and Mrs. Wallace Harp will Miss JI mitre will be obligedto lips during the twenty-four hou1'8.Jlnt 14 ,'Oi. Insurance
return lo time city to reside Mr. Harp spend the greater part of Ihe week For : kinds.V have tlm IHOK) I
GOTHAM HATS having decided to resume Ills old hi 1'aliitka.. She Is 'a .successful the New Year. Is II day of joyoiiHiiess the t cumplntn stock of New (hoods. '

plaee. In the (I. S. >t F. railway otllce. i teacher of vtIdo experience' mostly and fetish'hug. Fall Lending! American and\ Foreign Ui the following hues thumb \vi
III Chicago, nnd II pianist of rare Planting
I' for Men in Mrs. H. A. Iluky left on Tuesdayfor ablllt I ).. Miss Gardner .. ever
I Daytona Jtuach, where she will Resigns. Companies ])ncil a nil JtuiiliuruiICliFruuits
Col. A. J. Hllbourn of liostou I |
; ) Soft and Stiffpatterns. be untertalned lit the hospitable In the arrived Miss Alldll \\.t. Gardner for the pastseveral 1 .
city on Tuesdny' to take ,
rottiige home of MfH. Imogene A.
\ Accident Insurance:
of fits winter second assistant teacher LmHiUiimmlHly.
Bough toll.Vuiruucr. possessIon bomn otl'hird years float brands of Canned Cuouuieconaistimtgof .
street for the season of lIOO.'l ) ; in the Palatka, hlgn and griiinmar
Hauiin has returned from 'hie colonel likes It here" and says lie school will not The Travelers 1
return for the of Hartford
II week's visit In Ucala, golni and returning was glad to get back, and the coming FruIts, VcKCtablca, FIsh, JIi'iil-S
Elegant line on tho Ouklawalia river News Is sure the people of Pnlatka )'eRr. Ktc. '

uteamrr \Vuu,. Howard vln. Silver; reciprocate, the pleasure. Col. Hll Miss Uurdner had signed her contract Life Insurance Cereals, Breakfast Foods, KntlreWliont : j'
Mpi'h bourn" in. a former captain of the with :
Neckvear.Pretty uug4. Ancient and Honorable the board' lo teach l but a "'Iour. Grahinn Flour,
J. Artillery of
A great iiumbfr of s"a hates have liuHton, a crack, military h I I organisation I Superintendent Tucker received a The Old Reliable: "(JermaaiaLife" / Yellow Corn Meal, TVm,

linen caught from Kent: Irug's pier al of that city that dates back to letter from tier on Monday .asking Cot'l'uvH and S|>lco'',
1 Daytona Jteaeh during t lie past the middle I of the 17th iientury, and for.a year's leave' of "b..ellce.owlllg. ,
Itutter and
week. Tills Is the best for of New YOI.kMarine
season one of hIs chief pleasures' In the summer to the III health of her mother who
this class ot lulling. Cheesc.Crncken .
is in
attending the annual tele'sof resides at Huthbone, Ohio and
Patterns in where
When a democrat looks at I hecOUlpl..xl'1 this organization:/ Karly In the Insurance: and Cakes
present, month Col. Hllbiiru with I Miss (Isrdner huts accepted' a teach llnniM
of the balance tlrlOWH" t KhouIilcrH. lireimkfuustllaou i
Shirts. ( In Ttiexdny'a election dons. It party of friends visited the ancient er's (>o"ltion'Ith the view of 1 being: ... ., Lady. I L.rnSt.usor.ph Feet
j .. .. .. Sausage Pitt1 ,
; cities of ( \. eltk..pb.g.Ther's The
seem strum ulgu, that ha should enquire ( lll..bocllId MonUvnl In ,near her mother. Leadimg Companies
Canada. a piso. In tha com m ratal Host New F1orl.JlIlIud
where he Is at ? Hupt.; Tucker states that It Is not world for you with m Rood .a",1')'
: and....dr advanoement if ... All Claims Maple Syrup,
New and M IM (joodrtQii for the past several Enlarging Their Business. likely the hoard will grant. tile leave really: anzloua: to uuneed :yon and do Promptly -".

months mannger of the Poatal* Telegraph of absence but will treat Miss nllr- your 5.111.I.dy and f-verytlilntf usually. keptIn '
olllce In this. city has accepteda N. J. Tllrfhmnn & !Sons: manufacturers : Itrad......of tht. coli...00 Settled. a llrst-clnss Urocery store ,.
DesirableUndervenr. dner's\ letter cup positions of tniMl with
as n resignation of. her the
4 position with h I the Western U!mu lout ofeypress shingles have largest m.roan til. a h ,.. Will baRlad Vail and ceo us, you will be siirprlscil

.at ({ultman, (lit., greatly Increased. their cnpnclty by position bur which there ls nothing else .to. Klthar have: you pi..wriM... for a oata Office. !38 Front St., PAiaTKA. FLALow to II n"I that we sell best quality at

J. \r. Tlmmoim of (Irandln has ne- tho recent! purchase of.. big cypresssaw to do accept. MASSCYBUSINESS such low prices.

edited a position In the bakery and and shingle I mill I plant,, nf: Cedar Fortunately. Tucker has been COLLEGES. (
C irrouery eHtnlilliilimeiit of (>. 1,, .enabled to IIUI I ha position caused by RateptFroubu L. O. STEPHENS
Keys. The new mill! has BIBWINOHAV ALA. HOUSTON "
In fact Strickland. His a dally/ capacity ,Ti*. ,
family to
expect (hut retirement, of Miss Uardnef. In HONTUOMBET.ALA.
move! to the city eltortly.I of HO.IXN) feet of lumber and her place! ho has ..nll'lIl1'e'11\IIss Flora COLUMBOI,QA. JACESOHTILLB.FLA.THE ; RICHNOMD.VA.: : :. I. jHcknonvllte, Kin' Tin.1, Atlan Telephone 84,
Everything i'o.IMIIIMhlnlfl( <> I '' In addition I I to I this( tic Coast Line lly Paiatkil.'l5.
(011 pt John I D. Plgue, an i InfUlrlttlal A. Harwlck of Jacksonville who Kirby and Morris Bta.,
that citi/Hii of Orescent City, was In plant I ho Tllt'litiians, hn'vn purchased ,:Wiixhlnirf.on, p. 0.! ,mill ro- -

the city Wrdesday. I dipt.: Plgne standing cypress( In t that section estimated holds .a IrHt-gradi Florida certificate. u ___ __ ___ ___ turn, on sale daily I to l'I"It.lIlI., ) I hibi It-. SANDS BROS.
Men and Boys has n I large itnsollne I liiunuli. building I at fiO.IMHMMX( ) ) feet. ed to Oct. III, HUM).

wear ot the at lloyd's ship yard. Mr. W. (I. '1'IIKhnllUllnd, familyleft !Miss Harwluk III a graduate of KINO OF ALLKISER'S11NG3 turn 3300\ ) Washington ]>. U., amId re- Electrician)

Dr. and Mrs. J<:. W. Warren Cornell University Ithaca, N. Y.. on sale l Oct. 8 mid 9, limited'
: are yesterday. for Cedar Keys to take Oct. lo 1UU5 ""JInstrunieiitH
Newest : can be extended to 2 .th in Electrical Supplies(
living temporarily In the where she .tudl"d.four making .
Curry years, EtC.Iluulding : .
possession of the plants and for the on payment CO cents. Hutterles.
home on Third street. With them
a specialty of mathematics besides I.I11hl8
most as guest Is !Mrs. Dr. Wood of Webster present will make that place their $25.25; Hot Springs( Ark.. amid re- !* wired for Electric

Desirable Styles FI..., sister of Mrs. Warren's. homo.In tuklng'the, general course. torn, on sale Oct. and 17, limited -L FALATKA: FLA. _
She has had two Nov. 80. 115)5.)
years experience
J. Cnl. A. J. Hllbourn of Hoston who addition to the mill tout! standing S'Jio.M"e 40A .
and flaterial Is here for the the as a teacher. since her graduation, :: $40.05 ChloiK". Ill-, .and return on Notice. pplloatloa; for Tax Deed tifl
season expects ns plant "
cypress n hotel
will Oct. WAnd 24 der 4HSU(' Laws
limlteii section 8 of chapter
one In the Jacksonville to Nov.
can be had at the guests at his home this winter his and five cottages and 14 small homes, lilghvsehoolrind 6, 1UI)5.) Florid.
-I.t'r.Irs.! Hpragun of New York 'the oth'r.In. a girls college in J. ,.
for colored help. j'n 171I>plilur.LeotllerJ' 'IO.M Atlanta. Notice U hereby given that
closest prices at .and some genial gentlemen of prominence I- Missouri. from Iloeto,,. N. J. Tllghinau, ft Sots ..hlnIt18s.herptoor. ? sale Oct. D and 'IC' limited to Uct. 211, Strickland purchaser of tax '.
.. Mr. Tucker feels thut he linn been No. 1 110, dated the itd day of June, A.
!Mrs. (/Irnco !Mnorh-ad arrived In all timdn In Pnlatkn. are decidedly lucky in securing un uplnlrde /II'tl 11HI3\ ) hoc tiled said certlllcste in my or- <
J: the city from Heabreexe! lust "' ''tur- old long before Hindu. The' entire so com Correspondlllg low rates from other Hoe, and has made application for (lii
M.SIBROWN'S day, mid will be the guest' of her ulster product goes to the eastern markets potent a teacher as Miss Harwlck 01miC'li u. points In atllte. I deed to leone In accortlanco with law. .1

; Mrs. H U. Amason, n short time and 1 brings the highest market prices short notice. See. Atbintlo Coast Line A enU or Saul 1 certIficate embraces the folio"1 1
before returning! to her Ha. van nail : for Pullimiii reservations and desarlbeil pronert altuatuJ In rutn1 "
ny reason, of Its recoguistod/ standard r:0 Information >
home.Jj. How much wiser to the care of to }
put county Florida to-wit:
CI of excellent, It Is. rare that the I your In the hands, of audi ,, FRANK: suotlun. ?j, ,
erGenff ('. Kl-ephnns returned this w".kfrom eyes renowned IJOYLSTON. Ni: of e&J ot .w'| of aw6|
an outing In Colorado. Mr firm can accommodate. any 1 portion IIp..cIRII..tllaslJr. K.: H. Armstrong _' ATONE liist. liws. .. "nK'"r Attent. township 10, rangu'Ji-IS acres

,' Stephens expresses himself ns delighted1 ot hue local demand lly reason' of and stntt of Jacksonville, pen \.s PRICE Jncksonvltle, Fla. The sald,...land being assessed at tb .
with the pIe who have 1 been located In till.. date of the lasuanw of such certin"ate
ANt) western cronntry It. IncreiiHRil facilities I the firm'strade '
t. .
and says he derived much benefit a. Hlata for years, and who Are going to ", I Jo'OR HA f.F.-Hor8" alld In the numbs of ]Kob. Loon. Unl i
will otlvnnce.i.Chlidrsum -2 'VIIA'on. )15lTilhng
well as pleasure from the trip.A. greatly, make regular quarterly tour. 4t3. Apply to Martin OrlllIn. said cerlincata shall be reU em il $ .....,;
throughout the state for tho 'h.
: ..benefl to law tax: deed will Issue.
t FllrAJsef r M. Steen Jr hums gone! to' Cliarleiitoii nhoes having wearIng of their nntlcnlH. than lo place your on the Jlut\ tiny of October A. 1IIH ;
,. H. C. to enter a military cotInge. qunlltleii, just what tho I boys amid casa In thn hands of nome traveling! For Sal. By Dr H, E, DOUGLASS W Itaesa my offlolal al (nature and P .
Ft la his purpose to taken girl want for school purpose's nanbe I/lklrwlth New York or other fle this the Hth A. D. lUO.\
. 4 aoiirsn In law with the view to becoming found In great variety at Leo tit Iou.. address.Vut ara sum that LEO JACOBSON Osteopathic Physician (wan tla'of- JOSErf1l'BW.Sept. .,

PUl l U.IlU.[ an attorney. The befIt Jncobion's.Wmt the people ot Palatkawll! "ppr..cllltthlll Oltics lit Residence, ('Gr Cut, CirOultCotirtputnhintOo.. Fbur Id.. "
I .wlnliHS of the people of tlifl city will fact nnd gIve Dr. Armstrong Popular Dry Goods anil Shoe House All Curable Diseases Oran..llnd'Mb 5",. ..- tb'.
follow this. young man nod all have I.5..lumuleruann. 11.> 1 'S Colic.buho.Choler. and their patronage., Ha will be at the lid without drugll. ocessfully treat- If you want to get 'fIIU'JDOO"Y": r '

a!: deep Interest la bis suco eg. f.ll... Buy II now. K m.jf svs R.m..ty.IU.. Arlington Hotel on Oct. 12-18. aw Palatka. JU. peohally solicited. Cllrolo cases. fie ndsM-tt gooii COLDPeeks knocK>"..0."
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