The Palatka weekly advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087245/00203
 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: December 1, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00203
 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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1 For Sale Houses, Lots, Vacant Lots and ,anything in Real Estate. H M. de MontmoIIin.

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----- Good Man Dies. I I DIED OF lightorris: Iu1t:: '. 'uNltt'_."ji:._rjni:: 'IB!'minim'rartuniiiB. ;mraiui,' ms MIIII'.1i '! \'t ;
Richard D. Baker for the past 80() _

FHIST OL THE FIELD years a well-known and highly esteemed Walter Ackerman : Write

I citizen of this 1 county residing merly of Palatka, Passes s

at Buffalo Blull, died at the Away at Jacksonville.The i l

With FALL and WINTER CLOTHING. home of his brother S. A. Baker In following account of the deathof '
; Seville .. < '
on Sunday night liwt. Thefuneral Walter Ackerman Davis, eldest Now sI

r and Interment was at Satsuma son of Capt. and Mrs. Walter M. Davis M i

Fearnside Clothing Co. announcearrival of Its on Tuesday. and grandson of Hon. Robt. W.

7'' Mr. Baker lost hU wife about one I
I ii Davis, Is taken from the Jacksonville for our new
I year ago, and since that time he has Times-Union of Sunday.
Stock of SuitsPoi
Superb steadily declined, For the past twc I There Is nothing more that can be .1

months he has resided with hit said locitlly than that this former I -

Men and Boys. brothers family"M. Seville wherehe little Palatka boy was" very dear to : CatalogM i

received the tenderest care. HIs the hearts of our people, both adult

Elegant in Pattern, Design and Finish survived by one daughter living and youth, and that fond parent ?

at Hot Springs, Ark. Besides there and his kindred, both here and at ------

\ k" The KIRSCHBAUM SUITS for Men are three brother., John Baker of other places, have the deepest sympathy .

,are Hand Made. They are the embodi- South Carolina S- A, Baker of' Bevllle of all Palatkans In their great Over 100 pages Illustrating S

of Thou. F. Baker of Satsuma bereavement.
ment the up-to-date styles.
Heights, and two married stolen ';Walter Ackerman Davis 11 years B
living In South Carolina.Mr. the eldest son of Mr and Mrs. Diamonds,
Water M. Davis died at the residence BS
Baker of
was about 85 t
years of his In Fairfield, at
The Jane Hopkins Suits, age esteemed and was In Palatka.well-known He and was highly n man 8 ness.o'clock last night after a brief Ill Watches, S

of. sterling worth. His disposition The death was one of the saddest ,.
that has occurred In Jacksonville fora '
For the Boys are all that can be desired stylish, was Bunny and he radiated good long I time. The young boy's life Jewelry, "

wearable materials.. r cheer at all times. Newt of his was cut off In the bloom of youth lost HUrllng 8ll...rT... Deli .!.MS.
death will cause genuine sorrow trotn the effects of the bite of a dog

/ among a wide circle of friends.< Inflicted several weeks ago. All Clocks Cut Glass Silverware,.
the .
Our counters are now Full of New Goods and that medical skill and sclenue could ;

Fall business is already on atThe f A Prominent. Visitor. do was done but not until too late a
It known that the Novelties.Satisfaction
was definitely Platedware Holiday .
Among the prominent Palatka child was suffering from the effect of .

J 8)F ) people visiting this city yesterday rabies, or hydrophobia.. Guaranteed. .
was' Colonel H. M. de "As announced. in the Times-Union 3
morning, I>ra. MorrU and .j x,
MontmoIIin, a member of the firm yesterday Mill Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
Stinson realized Friday night! that
At vll Reliable of the Stanton Foundry and Machinery there was small chance for the recovery -

Fearnside F Clothing Co stores the discriminaaingf ;- Company.Col.. deMontmollln. Is well knownIn They however and of Mrs.young, kent Nix up and Walter their Miss Davla.treatment Kate- i Greenleaf & Crosby Cog ,

mother ask! military circle. throughout the Lakln trained nurses, were In constant JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS
state, having been, Identified with the '
attendance. Yesterday '
forMwJaine/lopkin/ M West Street. Jacksonville, Fla. .
.41 Bay
Palatka, Florida the Florida state. troops for many symptoms grew more and more pronounced
Boy-Proof Clothes years. ,He. was for some time captain and it became necessary to "'t I 1_1 OB'm mv\mm\ >aKmm: ] :minorIBI/: minim'mi"m.'IBEJBUST'' annum[ ',lilt -.,. t
antithetic. When death
use an
of the Gem City Guards, which -
-- came the little fellow passed away -- .
1 was during his.. mlnletrallon con. without pain.
ceded to be the crack military company All during the day numerous k k k
the 'Retlrlnjf from the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Darts made
of state.
/ h kI Inquiries concerning the condition of .
command of this :company he
the child and many were the expressions -
selected by, Governor Jennings as a of sorrow and heartfelt

Watches member of his stili with the rank of sympathy fork] the stricken parents. SMITOH'S I
Diamonds, colonel and retains this same distinctive Last night Mr. Davis stated that he
wished to express his appreciationof
11 honor under the administration the Intense Interest shown and

r of Oovernor Broward.,, the many expressions. of sympathyand
Jewelryand Few men In.Florida are more sbrrow from their many friends FOR
"There were few boys In Jacksonville -
posted\ on tactic. than U "
who had. larger number of
I a large line of Silver in new designs both bright and Frenchgray. Colonel deMontmollIn.' -Gainesville friends than Walter Ackerman Drvls. "HOME MADE" Christmas Candies

:;'. Baking Dishes, Bon Bon Dishes, Tea Sets, Teto-a-tote Sots, ? I Sun. He was born In Palatka, eleven
7 fIiI... years ago but had l resided la Jacksonville I Fresh Chocolates and Bon Bong of the .J.J.
Cut Glass and other Gifts to be found in an up.to'i: 'Horace .w'e'ler. 3
:; Fancy Spoons, Dead. for several yxars,and attended highest; Grade and Excellent; Quality. We
1!: the Springfield grammar
date Jewelry Store. Horace M.Welter, :, p former popu school, when his parents lived In have the finest hn! of Novelties and Fancy ls, ,

lar young mail of this city, and eldest that portion of the city. Since they Boxes ever brought to Palatka (making; the --J.

SMITH the Jeweler son of Mr.Jennie W lJet, died attnbercirtoRhrntrBiiiVMd have been living In Fairfield, he hns ... most acceptable 'Xmaa Present), Scotch ?
,. : been., Attending the East JackllOD- s Boston Salt
X.-C., earl vi lie grammar school. His numerous Kisses Butter Cups, Chips, .4 '
Nov ltd The Water Taffy etc. made fresh day. r'
P ]1ftklFla. Thursday evening, schoolmate. and young frlendHare every '
Next to KupperbuBch/s Restaurant, funeral was 'held from St. John's invited to attend the funeral,, We also handle / y'!: '

.church, Jacksonville, last this afternoon from the BoselandHotel
and Mackintosh's Toffee-
Peter's Milk Chocolate
Sunday afternoon and the Intermentwas
"The funeral services will take 44
In Evergreen: cemetery that place at 8 o'clock this afternoon' Hot and Cold Drink as visual. Choicest of '
Hotel Ro ela.nd.. Talley.
from the on
rand and will be conducted :Af; Fruits, Nuts, etc.
Mr. Weller left Palatka about a Avenue, ,
: Let Us'Ftirnish of bv Rev. Paul F. Brown pastor of rl Fireworks for the Holidays..
I year aud a'half ago on account the East Jacksonville PresbyterlHnChurch.

( !W t falling health, since. which time he The pallbearers will be Fine Cigars aud'Tobaccoe Pipes; and y +'

your had been living In North Carolina. Harry Gray E. W. Dray, DeWIttT. :;it'" Smoker's Supplies., f{ ?4
and Judge 8. T. bhaylor."Mr. .
Brothers His mother was with him when the Gray
Gray and Mrs. Davis and tae other
: I ChristinasTurkey. .end came. relatives of the deceased have the
For a long time be was In the em- sincere and heartfelt sympathy of La A. SMITH. /

i, ploy of Walter Thomas and later the entire community in their .be ,
with Vertrees& Co. He stood hUr.lt): reavement. The cutting down of t
I The Lading'Grocers of East Florida this bright; young life ha caused a
In the esteem of his employers and
f spirit of sadnes to settle over the ..
We have a fine supply: the citizens generally, and bis untimely entire city.Stetson .

of'them hand death Is greatly deplored. ,
than m on now-
Oar stock was nevermore complete now Wins Championship.The ( -- -

and .new goods art arriving weekly. nice from Tennessee.tender, juicy birds. ;,St. Marks Fair miS Supper. John B. Stetson Unlverslt' WELAKA. FLORAHOME. iI

A few of our specialties: f flti Chickens, Eggs, Georgia The annu"l fair and supjier' of St football championship team has of the won state the of Florida.football ,I The Welakn Ice factory-; I* well I Mr. A. J. Evclint-r Is p..ndlnlfatv. .,

; Ferris.Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Home Smoked lams and Marks church will be held In one of Inter-collegiate underway Mr. Williams says that eral day In Florahomo: on his way '
Its team played an
the new Merryday stores next Wednesday toe will be for sale Jan. let or before. south from lown
German Dill Pickles, schedule and oleo the strong Jacksonvllle .
Genuine other farm
@ produce always afternoon and evening Deo. The artesian' well for the city wa- Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Tubba "I| ent d
1m 1 Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil, on hand ntPalatka 6th. team and was' pot'.cored onto ter Is down 120 feet and bids fair to Sunday In Lake City, the guest. of

All the leading brands of ereals, m; In addition to a flue supper the a single game. last give an abundant flow. Mrs. Martha Small.
base ball team
I' : Produce Indies of the( guild will prepare there The Mrs Geo. S. Gates has returned Miss Ida Knight Is home from a
Vermont Maple
yrup. 1 1i will De a sale of many choice articles spring won the base bull. championship. from Dayton. Bench where she and visit In Kansas. .
New Buckwheat, Mrs. T. N. Smith:! looked after theSeaside P
which have been donated and which Mrs. O. H. Ewl leaves TlHirmtay '
Company while !Mr. Stuart was
\V.VIIIiOIl of "p
I Editor George the
N Graham come from friends In innny sections north five weeks. The Gates house for Cedar Key., where she will
Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, alsoPillsbury's (Lnrive'a old stand) of the country. The display will be Times-Union has presented the will be opened this season for transient make her future home.

I Gold Medal, Palatka Fla. unique and varied, and there will be champions with a tropy cup. guests, Mrs. Gates and her Mr. and 1\Ir..Leet.r are home after
made of the Mr. J. Paatorfield conducting 85
: Efforts: were by some mother several months stay north. r
articles that will solve theChristmas
Obelisk and other many leading citizens of Palatka to have the same. They will make a i
problem.The and Thanksgiving services were held t'1
present of hunting, flailing
I rands ofFlour. f Of Interest to Ladies. fair will be a real social event one of the Inter-collegiate (tames pleasure parties.F. in the school house. Thursday mornIng -
take place here,and, in fact, one was g
and one to which all will be made tofnol \ O. Cochrane has. a fine crop of
I hnve secured the service welcome and as the cause Is arranged for between the John n. oranges on his covered grove and a The Indies of the Flora homn
Als ',tbelargesf.'ari ty of Imported ( of Miss Oaffnpy, who hag the people's best efforts,there Stetson University amid the University fair crop outside. He has already church met Friday with Mrs \V% J. r..
Palatka. charge of the WHITK BEWING worthy: of Florida, but owing W the low shipped over 2UO boxes of fancy Small to prepare for n sale to bft> heldDec. h' f
ever brought to @ MAC11IHK Exhibit at will no doubt he a crush. fruit.. 14th. .
scholastic grading of some of the
@ the State Fair nod she >will These St. Mnrk's cuppers. have a in the latter team and] tf eenforcement Mr. Wald and Mr. Williams both Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Tucker "'
players I
be at my store .on reputation for good eating and the have comfortable and swift launchesfor of Interlacheu were guests "nil the
rule .
STORES of the university '
BOTH coming event promisee to surpass all this winter's business and pleas Park House! last week. p,,,
I which requires members of the team
I Friday and Saturday, previous efforts In variety and excellence standard of ure. Mr. Springer Rltenour la expected
of the menu. / maintain a certain Our six stores have put In a Rood horn from UeLand, where bv spent
lerneili'SCr---: / The West End. December 1st and 2d, scholarship the Lake City team had stock of supplies for the winter. For th*!. lust two month. ,
to disband. so small a place our visitors are surprised
The Street Railway Matter. Mr.and Mr.VIIi Weisman r..
the and quality
FLORIDA nt which time she will glvedenoin.raLIons president of thePitlatka In this connection the New. Eves at variety two day last week the guests of
PALATKA. l lr In FANCY | Wni. P. Cralir, the following letter from our groceries, drugs dry goods and
Mr. and !Mrs. Browning at Francis.Mr. .
WORK on the WHITE I and Heights street Hallway President Lincoln Hully of the John fishing supplies.
rgr r 1 loaeunewmWOUro SEWING MACHINE The company has gone to his homo inOrange B. Stetson University to the peopleof Tbe Blvervlew has several visitors John Welngart had. the misfortune .
demonstration will Include N. J., and thn matter of anew Palatkat"JOHN who expect to remain all winter. to fall from the roof ot his
;ywt uWttWWrrn 4oeeh oouWnl cuueWruu ettarsu Welaka. though small commercially house. Wednesday Inst. No Internal
u : KinbroUtarlng, Hemstitching, rranchl for hi. company Is B. BTBTSOK JitivKaaiTV,
1' t; WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW'JL/JJJJJJWWWWWWWWIJJLaJU JQWJJJ.U/ Hheerlng, Piping, etc. still unsettlud. Tlie-ordlunno Is DKLAND, FLA."PKKS1DENTS Is great In her natural grandeur, and. Injuries resulted, but the fall has '
rn' those who come to us from the fr. given him. considerable pain.
II'.J' rnrn Tim ladies of Piilatka still In the hands of the council committee :
Putnam county are cordially and there are some point no "Nov. 23, 1906. son north find here a delightful sense Mr. T. S. Janntnga baa- rented the r
I i If Your Boy or Girl Invited to call and tea the which Mr. Craig and the committeedo "To PALATKA CITIZBNS of peace and rest. Browulee mill aad everything It bus
rn demonseratlon and also to not fully agree. "The officers. and students of JohnB. Mrs 'Greenwood Is expecting tllng. q ryi1
learn how ..1t to do this The following letter which ex Stetson University, DeLnnd, her father and mother soon to siend "
work nV BITE SEWING written by Mr. Florida desire to express their gratitude .. This will be Mr. and Mr. H. Bull spent Sunday
for beLog hard on shoes :: on Itself was the winter with h r. ( s
n Have the .reputation MACHINE, Craig on board ship rnroute home to the eltlsens of Palatka for their first visit to Florida and to the at Grand r

fr 'perhaps' it's because they have not been wearingthe I:: Editor: PALATKA NRWBI their recent kindness In regard to the neat beautiful borne the young folks .
g (lair bOOKED '
: foot-bailltame. QUICKLY OTT.
E. LANCASTER A. there may be wrong Ideas about proposed have made
3Si CURRY) &"j will that, ball team ever seen here. There are winter weather both wife and "
3 railway matter say a "good! road plank la the V. my myself
of huuae" youngsters for Putnam County and
have, dozens "rough ii.L.L Agent two team constantly contracted severe cold which
owliMT to the heavy vxponn necessary third I. A. work and have announced amass speedily
list who our Shoes steadily for six kkt.L 42O Lemon St. Falatku, Fin. to carry nut the requirementsof regular players to make' a meeting.: developed Into the worst kind of IK
on our wear The enthusiasm wa neverso
the city council. I bare thought team. grippe with ..Ulta miserable lot
!in 3 month without showing a break. What we can L.LLL --1 best to abandon the extension of the high and the stregnth ol the team A CUTA Was FOB CROUP. say Mr. J. 8 Egle ton of "IUPtoD.i" .1, ;,
ni the lake for the present. We never so great. 10g.lo..a. "Knues and Joints aching u
;t do for do.for boy. u MArion County Stay "Wet. road to the road In goodshape "All who play on any athletic team Wbeo a child show symptom of muscle core, head stopped and/ '
,, 'eLt l\ them We can your m propose now to put first of all be a good.tudent. croup there 1 I. DO tin e to experimentwith up eye r
\ mutt
lQ Sin The wet or dry election In Marlon as it now Is and put a motorcar at Stetson:! take at least fifteen new remedies. no matter how highly Doe running, with alternate spells otohll'e ;;
He mast
resulted Iota winter and what and lever.V.* begun. ,.
lO this operate uslqgChainbnrlaln'
SHOES county lust Tuesday on be rnoommenort.. There U
week andIf
M hours class work each they may
Gi OUR SCHOOL liquor victory by fully see majority. track we now have until the paving be fall below a "grade of 70 In any, one preparation t can always be de. (Bought Remedy, al Itntl
obser with the the with. dose of
The result does not surprlB Is done. The new paving All pendrd It ha been In use for Same Chamberlain's)
In other coun- House may warrant thing he mast quit the (game. upon Stomach and Llvrr Tablet,-an*, by !itslihara'
\r Putnam
of the campaign been known
and baa never
rate bt fld stu ma
worthy inspection. I the Stetson boy.* are M ly years '
are yotjr tlm. Dry campaigns are conductedtoo the extension and otter Improvements. solicited to 001114here to fall vial Chamberlain's Cough Remedy line soon completely kooofccut out,
L.L JCurry. dents. None were *
U.t ILL much on the hallelujah, or I have made a propositionlothe bills. None Give It and a quluk cure I I.sure tofollow the grip. ,rv
th.lr own
committee council on thin line, and ; all pay It I good plan u take a iloae at the
amp-meetlitt. | order.< Dry city In llr.-U. F C'ompton of Mark't, a
& Lane somehow fall to realize\ than the If ""c8rted. will go nirhktn work I receive any compensation aitv.form. Trams. MT of It. 'I have used Cham.beriain's Tablet wham you Lava l a cold. They. +ti''
Is not only, one of moral' done ,what I could In. In promoteand a healthy act'on of the bow.*.
; I question ", the street railway and \ "The Cltlt; \ lor PaUtki. through Cough Bometly severe ee liver which I I. btm .. inf
rWIJD1 up
but of poUt.le"I and that politic maintaining Mr. Oeorgn U. S..IUnand fit croup with my ,children and oantruthfiillv kidney always ,I
t the kInduesof "
j tt nr the Perth, earthy" Them com- will still do so If I receive the proper the grntltud say It always give. prompt ftolal when the eyatfl-n le consented. by a ;: e
3-4 t'a1AkaFlprida, / tj mitt."" are usually "long"on moral management from the city's representatives. *- of all other the Stetson, have students.won relief; Vjt sale by Aokerman-Stewsrt oobl" or attack ot the grip. For ..*!. by.
good sense Your" truly Aok rmaa-8te rart Drug Compaayy''i ;
on'pollttoal "
y but "short" Drug !
:! Wx.P.timio. Stetson University. OOIDpaD1.A"
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THE PALATKA NEWSAND W, M. Hollowaj. .stnt- supi-rinr' n- '' A HORNED PEOPLE. ,

dept of public instrULiiou. lea b....u I Now .1 Then !
ADVERTISEREntered acquitted by a jur of Ills (p.">'r- of Queer tA.e. That Live JVemv tae CmfwAU

at tbe Palatka poebaffle the charge of criminal lih..: in the _.5e .....,....... .r (...1......... Headache

as mailable matter of tbe second Alaohua: ireultCourt. A dtlll Inritwr I
'!1.*.. jury tbeeltliens of Jo' \rld... by tholrtallota CbteuctianK ,is a deep. Bully. barred bya For the Season's Stove
rl\; '<'r vnT i I no CblUttinsft fa permitted -
last November, had ncqulrr..1> l | Mattie Allen of
Palilwhed at Palatka. FU.. on l.. p.i.s until be finds ball for big About a year ago writes Mrs. l and
Range Business
him of wrioui thou.
anything mom with
Friday. byRUSSELL ; I good conduv.t in JUotaluu.Tilt 1123. Broadway, Augusta. Ga.. "I suffered
uttering a campaign eftiinHI It I* l..... os are a slim well made and could get t.
A VICKERS. to be hoped that this Shent.-IInllo- muscular race with oval reddish brown blind sick headaches and backaches: We have rolled up our sleeves

way imbroglio uow happily avUlbd. .lace*..Jtteu. dtvck bones sad pointed no relief until I tried ; t 1 and are going: in to sell more

_.. A. IVSSELL. Eenw will not be without Its moral effect (thins from which the beard lifts been e than we have ever done.

carefully |>furk L They are far taller e e. e. "
In future state campaigns
f WHATEVER YOU DO. lost his temper and the h..at.1 than the (pinesc 1 sal! indeed than any WINE And as the stoves are Buck's

l Eumpcan race. but their marked peculiarity bARDU I e -the greatest line in the
tho ktninulii and
DON T WHINE. HollowAY ron n 'ii
f b. born. Every male '
election but forfeited much 'In dignity OF ; world- nd as we hear noth
Your grumbler never (gets on. Na- adult gathers lila hair In a knot over
and In that public Mteem which ing but the most
In sarcastic mood seems to bIB forehead and then twists It cep| In a enthusiasticWoman's
+ ture a
should attach to the man filling. rx- cotton cloth .o that It resemble the reports from all users
have ordained that the persistent 4 why
alted o'Bce.! born of a nnlcoru. Relief "
whiner shall want for everything except This born Is consldcrei. sacred! and i' should we not feel encouraged?

something tn whine about. The Industrial Edition of tl.eOaluesvllle even if a Lolo settles la CbCnese territory I commenced to Improve and Buck's have been built for

Disappointment sardonically meets Sun recently Usued. Is a and crows a pigtail be still preserves Immediately close onto 60 years now ((5914
and wish to ,
hIm at every tnrn. Misfortune ever exposition Alacnuit. his born. The Lolo man's principal now I feel like a new woman o
magnificent be exact and if
larks In Ms shadow The whine lea county's achl..vem..nts. resources garment Is a wide sleeveless. mantle v recommend it to all sick women ford I ) they were
thousand and of red or blaik felt tied about then.t me" i not all and everything that
signal call to a one it did is
and logical i>ro. pects. It Is just Ns. know it will cure them as
little demons of distress and disaster and descending almost I to tbe of claimed for them the
the had medicinal extract company
such a paper as ruNic run- heels. The trousers are of Chinese Us Cardul fe purej
which mock and lash binder" sun to expect: would lame from a live cotton with felt bandages No chocs vegetable herbs, which relieves would not now be the Largest

and dishearten! publication ollice located in a 11\.- are worn but a conical bat of woven yRggLY female female Y' Exclusive Stove Concern in P
well established pains ,
f Psychology has pretty will bent fruit covered with felt furnishes and i frankly describing
; town: and that it l<> bamboo a this Would
wewuiK r a Country. they?
w' the theory that ghosts are the future glory of Cialnosvllle. and head covering as well as "0umbrella.. your syotptom functions.tonesuptheorgans

t '::1 creations of the subjective mind Gainesville hun. nil w ho see It Tbe Chinese divide the Lolo Into you coosW tr eeeeb=.("plain and II':: Ns. to a proper state of health. We would like to have you..

1:1: and trouble-finding: is very much like must believe. It has bet'u said that two clauses, which" they call respectively envelope). Don't hesitate but Try it for your trOUble. call and see this great line.

f\ ghost-seeing. You see blurs and all tcood Georgians whoa I they diehope "Black Bones and "White Boo write today. Addrau: Ladles' AdV i--- <
If traced the first being the nobles and the latter TUory ChatUnoot. Ma llN. E 1.000 tiles.it
blotches, which. properly That Ulna Chattanooga in 1JI KENNERLY HARDWARE
i their to go to Atlanta. their vassals and retainer There Is eveeo., Tsna. N .
\ will be found to begin; aod end grained into the Georgia ,". 111-1 also a third class of captive Chinese COMPANY.

actual existence In your own eye or has made Atlanta. This. same :and their descendants, called 'atzu.**

stomach or liver. There la nothings regarding Ualnesvllle with an Unwillingness ; practically slaves' who are tattooed on ....: =--- -,
l f.i else you can look for with so much. to await death for a rent' i the forehead with the mark. of their .

s i'g' certainty of finding it as trouble. izatlon of hopes, is rapidly taking tribe. :I\I..tnarx'lEb.acc..aoy: : :::: =

IIIH!J But have you ever noticed that hold on the people of Alnchua and i The Lolo never marry except In A Paintmade New Goods.'Ve fALATKA. FLORIDA.

of tomorrow tbelr own tribe, captive Chinese women .
most of your troubles are I
to other counties of the
being given to their bond uien. The 1- Chemicals, Druggist Sundries --1
that few of them are really
state. And It is this notion coupled
marriage of a Black Bone Is a Um. of are receiving daily Newand Patents.
I present today, that there are all hardlyany with the fact that the city Is us a great festivities and many banquet to sell well Fresh Groceries of all PRESCRIPTIONS OARSfUULY COMPOUMOKD.

worth mentioning In your unit for it* own advancement that Tbe betrothal Is celebrated and ratifiedby kinds. We hAve the most .

." past If anticipation did not gn is rapidly making Urlinesvllle the tbe present. of the husband to thebrldo' must be made to complete stock of New Goods O"BDB IIIIBD.. 14eai elWarr. alaam.hlp.
than half to meet troubles of and three vessel In the following lines. thau we :.: .
more way best inland city of Florida, And It family a pig .
" most of them might miss their way of1'100.. well. have ever had : -- --- -
is there that the Sun shines and does wear
On the wedding morn the bride Is Dried amid l-valorate.1 A.. E. WILSON MEKK1LL.PaniDKHT. y
and never get near you. Fancy
Its full part in the upbnildlnir Pica PBBSII>KT. CAHHIIB
t" lie who whines does himself Injury richly dressed with many ornament .Our ,Fruits :

k .:. such as his meanest enemy could LATE STATE NEWS. She I* expected: to weep profusely Best brands of Canoed Goods THK Putnam Natiohal BankOf"
whether she feel so Inclined or noLIn sales on
not do to him if he would. He connlstlngof
the midst of her tears the groom's
Is to have
Perry a municipal water
o warps his own mind ; he weakenshis system. relatives and friends dash seize the Fruit. VetretnMes<< Flab| Meat, .

j own arm; he enervates his own bride tbe best man carries her out of Etc.

strength ; he deadens within himselfthe streets Sixty-one of Jacksonville dogs were killed Monday. on the doors on his shoulder, sbo 1s clappedon 8 rwin'WiliiomsPOim Cereal, Break fact FIMHIM., Mn tire We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County and tender all

divine gifts of cheer and hope a bone and harried off to her new Wheat Flour, Graham Flour the courtesies" )and accommodation consistent with good Banking.
A 10-ton ics plant i I. to he Installed home. Here she finds hones, cattle .
) and he danis up his own soul again Yellow Corn Meal" Teas,
and In working order at Stnrke by
the sweet Inspiration of human March let next. and sheep provided by the groom's Coffee and Spleen

sympathy. The courts of E"eamblrOllnl family while her own people send flutter and ;
> clothes, ornaments and corn. Women ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Never yet did success worthy of have held the IViiMacnlit Jim Crow this Chee! .
the Lola
occupy a high position among season
law be valid.
.. with to Cracker and Cakes
the name abide with man aP. *, and a woman chief Is not unknown ,
tl his heart. A whine is Many of the unpaved streets In ..,. Ham Shoulder*. Break Taut
whine in pre.
among the tribes.-New York Herald. amounts to over ,
P.; meditated and prearranged failure the Augustine!present are winter to be season.shelled. ilurlnjr Bacon Sausage, Iig. Kuct, The Great Through Car Line From Florida :

whining fifteen tons BOH New Florida and
A whining voice means a POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
I All doss running at large the I
i f'' It is mark of weakness
character. a streets of Jacksonville without mnz- Maple Syrup,
J. too inexcusable even to excite pity ales have been ordered shot. Wben ;you die ;yon will die as deadas which is 30,000 aDd everything usually kept CONNECTIONS: :
iJl k The broadest charity shrink. and anybody.We In n flat-clnsa Grocery store. THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE via
Abram DetwIlT. an aged cltlz*>n pounds. To f ) Charleston, ;
all have to be about.
draws back the hand at sound of a of \\inter Park, dropped dead mi the cross Call and see us.you will be surprised East l I r
Still It Inn t a good idea to show ItPeople the J" Richmond and NVashingtou. j
,I' i 1'\' human v> bine-a sound more disgusting streets of that place last neck. tn find that we- sell best quality at

:. and dismaying than the hiss of The Miami like to be called enthusiastic such low prices.
Telephone cotnpriny'slines but bow they bate to be called "gusli- Rckei llll8leWoIDcug [ n
rm (
To ) The Louisville A Nashville via Montgomery.
a snake. are to be extended titVtt lug." L. C. STEPHENS West l }

1ij They say that one of the things Palm Beach a distance of CM) miles. Tbe only difference between the mod- the )r The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery i:

1 you cannot make or alter la environment 1 The State Fair at Tampa eluted l ern family row and! that of the older Telephone 84.

-that It Is fixed: inflexible and yesterday.exposition It has barn.ol rlorliln a thoroughly industries day; Is tbat the modern one "Isn't a* Cohllpoay.o Kirby and Morris. Sis., Palatka. Fla.U.LoneaAILzT. T,. 1 Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for I

.' that you are ita slave. This Is a great and has bad a successful rml.Carrabell.l. big a family. East t New York, Philadelphia and Boston. ;}

II pessimistic lie. To our own moods The "good fellow ;you lap on the NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB the J. Via Norfolk and Steamer for N.Y., Wa h., Bait. '
Is for M H'LL'.nG.
I moving deep waterand CHAS. I
, environment Is a looking glass; It citizens: recently held a mountermiu back and Tell ;your troubles to may Tax Deed Cndor Section 8 of Chapter ,. ( Via Savaanah and Merchant fc Miners Transpor-

smiles back at us if we smile; if we meeting for the purpose. of seem good natured.. but be complain 4888 Laws of F orida. ,1'& 5t<*an>f">''P t j tatlon Company for Baltimore and Phila. >
{ of to his wlCe.Tb..re Notice U hereby given that W. C.
thinks you d
frown. It frowns. He who calling attention of the :povrruinc-nt UOK1OIRH[ & COL
l Townsend purchaser of tax certificate
Is nothing so
disappointing as
to the need.
the world Is full of good people and to have one take you aside to tell you No. 852. dated the 4th day of April To KEY WEST ) Via PENINSULA ANDHAVA'NA i

I '. kindly blessings Is much richer, than The turpentine operator of II.. a great secret and then discover that A. D 1893.. has Bed said. certificate In my I

I -be! who thinks the contrary. Each state will hold a convention. at the you already know !AtcbUton Globe.A oOlee and baa made applcatlon for tax Fire Insurance: \ OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP co J
Board of TradeandUorinntJacksin. deed to Issue In accordance with law. Ji
man s imagination largely peoples .vibe next Wednesday. and Thurs 8eld certificate embraces the following i

the world for himself. Some live in day. Dec. 6th and 7th. Bit of H*.< norel.... d
I a world peopled with princes of the The Jury in the trial of State Superintendent The Westmoreland' bill are the remains county Forldo. to wit: the louthern!States are oo wee \>j the principal. aic
1. royal blood ; some In a world of paupers Ilollow >1 wn nnniilmous of an infinitely older world Lot 1. W bank nf river section 35, Companies Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York Tie Atlantic East Gout

and privation. You have your in saying; he wan not guilty of giants decayed, but of a great race and township 1:1. rang 26-66) acres Line; ale, via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern! Railway.
the charge of criminal libel I preferred ancestry They have the finish, the The said land being assessed at the Accident Insurance: For complete Information call on E. P. Jackson Ticket agent, or address
i choice. ty W. 2>. Sheaf delicate or aoble 10..ellneu-cJne might date of the l issuance of such certificate For reservations. and Information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or write:
( This Is a big busy world. It cares almost the m.nner-that of the name of I'oknown. Unless said BANK C. BOYL8TON, Dlst Pass Agent, W. D. BTARK.Traveling Pass ARt.
precious little what you think of It Zack Clarkra dry goats| salesman say conies certificate shall bP redeemed. according The Travelers of Hartford: ( lie West Bay street Astor Building Jacksonville Florida.

J what faults or troubles you find in of Jackfonvllle bitten by a cur dog loBB and gentle companionship with. to law. tax deed will Issue thereon. on the H. U EMERSON. Traffic Manager W. J. CRAIG Oenerej! Passenger Agent/
1- or weeks has those: cblef forces that make for natural
some three nico. gone to 30th day of December A D 1905. Wilmington. North Carolina
It. It Is a choice that concerns your the Pasteur Institute In Atlanta. for beauty with air and water with Witness my official signature and seal Life Insurance:

self more than all others combined. treatment as a precautionary measure temperate suns and too abundant this theUd day of November. A D 1405. -

: whether you grouch in the, gloom; against hydroplmbin. rains. Beside them the Alps are Inhuman (Sail) JOSEPH PRICE The Old Reliable "Gennania

(, the companion of hateful goblins, or Forty convicts from nll.,1 l county the Apennines mere forest grown' Clerk circuit court. Putnam Co. Florida WHEN YOU WANT

smiles have been leaned to w.rk on a turpentine heaps mountain la the making while By B. Raymond Price, dep. clerk at Home
in the sunshine seeing
r stride Life" of New York Study
farm in r"or
Orange county. Furniture :
all tbat Scotland gain from the Mattings
easy Notice of for Tax Deed ,
II r and catching shreds of song. each convict leased" whether ma i. under

\\i: Men and women In nod's image woman or child. Itiival county receives enveloping glory of its heather West section 8 of chapter 4 MH L...* of Marine Insurance Oil Cloths Liuuliuiiis Ruga tat. /-..":'.-=, ;:" p.a... Y r.:":;
|ltL;i:;) per month.Congressman moreland, which 1* aUiioBt heatherles. Florida. : 7IS...-...---- 551 0.OS.5
El i were" not made aa whining groveling must owe to an Infinitude of fine Notice I. hereby given that J C '1, l l/ .ILrKYa::in Los-co.nnY "'

., things. They were made to stand Frank Clark Is now strokes, tint*, curve and groupings to Strickland purchaser of tax oertiHoate!! The Art Squares Window wLrr be.T.a.....
well. physicallyto In Washingtonthereto remain until No. 4, dated the 6th day of July A D. ijeadirug Companies| .. --- .east .s,
; ,
c erect mentally* close of the touches of magic any to line of grace .--
the session. His t.ia
addr Shades art.
, :: T-
190:' has flied said certificate
of. ,
labor well and Joyously; to take I Is No. 2119 Nineteenth street X. W.Mr. yet never losing the wild energy ofpreclpk'e my All Claims ass. 1 .suss
nee, and bss made application Tor lax Promptly :I.r.:
I whether Clark stated before and rock that belongs of right Asses MIMES.r.UaUu*Florida.
the gifts of providence they leaving that deed to issue. 1" accordance with law. R. S. MOONEY.We .
I'I'1 be Joy or sorrow and bear them; he "Intends to look after nil matter. to a mountain \\"orld..11. Humphry Said certificate embraces the following Settled.

k cheerfully and with courage; ; to add of Interest the Florida panels" Ward In Century. described propert) situated In Putnam carry a big lin*of these goods and

ever something to the world's store Florida policy holders in the (three ,county: Florida to-wlt: Office 18 Front 8t..' PALATKA. FLA are making exceedingly low price.0....
; ; I giant New York companies now Th. Arab aAn ...... 8wJ of .0... section. 33. township 8, European Restaurant. '
I of if It be only a smile.i ,
happiness under investigation are generally.ending Arab steed of pure breed would range. 44-IV acre Undertaking and Embalming ,

; Look up! See how flooded with their proxies tn Xhos.: W.Lawson !probably be outpaced in a nee by an The said land being assessed at the Furnished Roooms. :
1'' lunthinethis beautiful world Is of Boston to whom the date of the Issuanoe. of such certificate
; .:t English thoroughbred but In other respect DeliciousBon --
country I. looking for nuhstantial aid In the nameof Chas H. Derby TCnlrss
when faced with smiling eyes? If It oouhlne its western rivaL Hot and Cold Baths
In the work of ousting the grafter. said certificate shall be redeemed according Special Master's Sale. .
; you would win anything do any. Saturday IIIIIt was veti'ran day nt It l Is so docile that It 1* treated by Its to law tax deed will issue thereonon Bons UXDEKandla araordum Cab' a Boal d..... At

thing be anything don't whine. the Tampa state Fair and the veterans owner as one of the family and It has the 23d day of December A. D.. I 19u6. :: and Mln ,.aitore*! by in*

I : ,I of the Blue .and Gray. were an Iron constitution for It sleeps out W Itneee my official signature and seal and 1 Erin of J Fluids T. a lily la Judgoofib. a crlMM. enen tun Judlalni poodm, Circuit In Chas Kupperbuscji'sPalatka.

It is well known that the businessmen welcomed by Hon ICob't. \Yo Davis*' at night without covering or shelter. Oils the 16th day of NOT.. A. D. 19VS. ChocolatesAll ....Clr.*ill. Court tn Pvlnnm County rinds,
I I; of Gainesville sell more groceries who was appointed bv the mayor to! Nature protects tbe Arab hone with (tetrad JOSEPH PRICE, luCbnno '7.wb p.m lu \.lillnm, B. ...-..'. w nl.. I Via.
and less "grog" and have 'lees bad represent the city. It U said. that : a thick furry coat which Is never Clk. Circuit ('ourtPutaaua oo Florida :s*Oomplulnnou Iwas.snM::daad and Coenmbarl
3[r. Davis made a must brilliant. Im- touched by brush comb and which Home-Made Candies -II *. pnbllo ......"'., for e Bh.. a in* _ndooro'Ui '
debts to collect through the workings promptu a..dr.-I&. tat<'nient Finn l Court Hau..la Palatka.. PntantaCu.nty :
will falls off at the approach of spring;. Tax Deed Coder Section B of Chapter. riorlda.on UM Ilk 4ayol iMM aibnr. ,A.
The has advanced dune find it
of credit
city to
V prohibition. easy wben the body and) legs, which bad 4888 Laws of Florl la- Something new I It, ."... darla* til. loual bound _I.,o. InatJ
under prohibition In the last two Sambo Grime and Acker WIIl lams. Notice la hereby given that T. FBaker Added < .r, lb.. fol clad lob*. warm p: white of been shaggy as those of a bear again ., .b.in. locatml. *part ibvraof la UM Coanlyof ;
men !'I'arlt. have
more than in any ten years young ; purchaser of tax eertlflcate tar. nnd a tlwraof .
years pan M tb. of
i : tbe been held In fl.UW bond'*, .."...h.charll'N I resume their graceful beauty and gUsten No. 668. dated the 3rd day of April. Every day .........'....,..or plonda. gwltl. Uounly
for .
I I- previous rut forty years.This with. atealingulnete.n. headof lu the sun like polished marbles- L.ltke.O> .n.l pour I'>, sad .'... tk.. {
< A. D., 1893, baa filed: said eertlfleale la .
statement was obtained from. a cattle from London Chronicle L. ........_'qa.1!! W. b) of Banos. re.rll
Morgan Redding, my office, and baa made application for PL. SMITH Towuhlp !Hmn! <-l Hooik. of ...... Tvnntv
gentleman who has resided here all which they drove to Jacknonvilleand tax deed to Issue In accordance with law. 'hrs.-s" t.aD" Lot Taran ia) of "_. !Ii
that time and U In position to show sold Orlffl I. also l held in an forth ..d X...thla K_ Said certiorate embrace the following g.... 8",. Pal.ska. ....,ill Houib of kaac Tw.nlr.ht.. .Ittll) ff-j-i. Crop j
additional bond Ye.rwr wltbnllBnil Singular, Ui rig-bin. In.
of '*Ol> for
running a the
the flgures. No indeed i northern part Korea "blind tiger. _. with transverse mountain,ranges county. Florida to wit: .-d": also nil th. Mixmtl peony mer.os.asd .
Ualoesvllle's prosperity and advancement J. H. Graves. an employe of theOunnellon I which gradually sink to a well marked Lot 3 and N l& A. of lot 4, bk 13, pice upon ueb_ _.. m.N I .".. ... Garden BB A'

i' does not depend on the saloon Phosphate company meta I lowland. The principal mountains, 258 section 3. township II, range S bmeYuyd.ed.: : lo lira- pl&l<:b_' a good. sad 1

,: fl for without It we have more con United horrible death at that plant laatweek 54 acres 5000 TELEGRAPHERS JVDOB WALTON,
,however occur on'the side of the sea Seeds :
and happy people than It e..rr He attempted to swing a I Bald land being assessed at the date hwew Master.
; of Japan The rock. of the country are a. J. uu.aras
s large water hose In position to wash of the Usuaneeof soon certificate In the NEEDED .'
C Im pUla nt l-.L
y. gave us. We have no places along tbe floor. but the water pressure was I chiefly!! old formations-arcbaean and name of S. )t. Morton Uplese .PUuk*. rw..1<0.. lad,tea.Administrator's. ,:
our public streets where ladles are so great that it threw him under the Palaeozoic. The eaaleit passage across said. eorttflcate shall redeemed according laanallr. '; all Ik* po.iUon :enaud t.T Rail For the
,' afraid to pass for fear of obscene and crusher where be was fearfullymangled the peninsula is along the depression to law tax deed will Issue thereonon XOfMU" ri *n
Insulting language that frequentlycomes before the machinery coul'i of Cbyukkaryong South et this! line the 23rd day of December A.D.1906. sand klbluio Notice. Fall Planting i

from such where men be stopped Mr. Graves was 6;; yearsof net the -Uanland- (gout Korea), Witness my official signature and seal Learn TelegraphyAND Yon.......",..,. plea lUSt nix, montki after :
I acre and leaves wife and several which differs In blatory; climate, topog- this the 15 day of November A. D. ISO*: Ih.cl.le b..r. .. ,..... Ion:/lib day.of ptik
can obtain that which will steal children. A. It. lux, I.t.ppl,bile Ooonty Jnds cf .
''Seal'] JOSEPH PRICE R. R. ; : 'tlty
Tapby and people. from north Korea. Pntem00ualy. riorldn. Iwaa l lb .,.from !
their brains. Gainesville Frank B Clk I Circuit Ct Putnam Fl rl 1a.NO'l'ICE .... ....
away Major McCoy of the 17th snooty! < fnrauh M.-
looks out for her own interests" Infantry. l!. S. A., who visited theFlorida H.. 6aasmlr; .............. ; OF APPLICATION FOB Suuloa ISO UmMl lau e.>rlu la A t Mrtr** Tvlecrmph.. 0..!< ..._....'. Jolla H. "ad., taw ol HARP.llnUnl.untor cold n> inly'.da.rd.; wR

says the Ocala Banner correspondent encampment of. state troop Mr*. ntraka wish" ;yow wouldn't' Tax Deed Under Section 8 ef Chapter TM': WOKLU. Ku.Ml>b.aun4byMllMMll ,.=: TkU Bib day of0 i e.A. 1>., lou, Oct.._ -
send in criticism th. .
a ought to do I .
Hallw, .
which Is true and that la the good. Amongother thing"-ho : so positive. Tbere are twuwaWe( i toevery 4888. Laws of Florida.. w.--. 5150 c Bead to .omolal....,. Yuat So
say '
reason she has "Bred out" the saloon auard duty was extremely: ummtls- question. Old Hunks (with a Notice to hereby given that W. Q hrnW elm al espo.iuoee gyms asm ss Master's 8al -r'orr-eloHarc., Play Box Ball \

t. *.-Gainesville. Sun. factorlly performed by both -officers roer-\\'ell. that's TOO reason wby yon ,: Townsend, d44 dated purchaser the find of tax day, eertlfloateNo of la 10 110.ec....a'..50515.;or,...t5.eta eia.l.,...m..mosO of 'b.t.fleck Stave,. I ISDBR."d",...I.....of a Oon*ot fo.... Griffin Lot I
". book! be the ..Id. y. .- .. the MockI Y la Richard Alley n
and men. evidently n' Instructions always on --"Ir lb. '
wrong apse tb.CyhIS'j dfmal Clef ,
A D 1'JUO: has tiled said certificate Inuy ............ or ul a ot Ike lists.rat -
ever having been Imported before Chicago'Tnbane.sear.woetacme.roans.Ise. officer and .has.made application for CU.d.Dt. ess wee. at s.,. u_ 110 ......- la sad for ........ 00...",. by. tb. Under new. management.Ladles ,j
Midsblpmau Herlwether U not being coining to camp. The Second< I --- -- : tax deed to lease In accordance with law1.' 'n.. roe tall .,.,......te.n .......... say of .Jsmn T. IU.Jud.o(Md Conn, afternoonf
tried for fighting MldablpinsitBranch ment showed up much better. nelli-I oar sebo.4. write dines In o.e as.cutlr. ulDee d-W lb.a.is. esy 01 Sept .... U.1510. whm.la play tree Wednesday ;
f :Said certificate embraces the following at Ct.elasan, O. CSlaIOEU.. lira, Oon.olld.IN Onwery I la i
W and O.Buffly.Wgr
w but for whipping him and respect. In the First It was described property situated. Putnam tohm u. Bu.d.a .to det.ndau4'r'ruCI"It \: as I ito *. ,toe wa&.er.. V. -

Inflicting more than.he ception to find a man on | oj' who Crank J. rh.n-y malnt. Mta lamt h* onfor, county Florida, to-wit The Korst School of Telegraphy.rtnelraaU au4cete::o5 ':: ems, b b. S o u and ----
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f knew bla general order" aa se llluel I,, Mtoanuof f J.theaar; "* C... dome ( : l Leon 8ALE.Cb..p-New7fO ponn.J !
P.datiis FOB
1 tn.r..r: Wi .fo..nd..ioh.l.uoaaf.to..hlp 1I0ln lan _.. ......, ........ ,
Intended. If be was Justifiable In the non-commiasloaod olticer. about ho rt T of Toledo,esuafy sad "sal. """ Buffalo.. N. T. of W. War
.f,>r kH.*. is..at4 ir..ui, 7 the s.. 19. range SB=-12CI acre,. AOMUSU*. Lac : U..t"': '' lb. sea.. Victor safe addr... Dr. E.
:j.4 I engaging In the fight be should not a* Ignorant. to guard duties. I of i.e: HI,V1>KIU> I>*H,I. KM 1: .."* ..4 The said land being sjseeeed at the T_"_ Tex. Ha.lrwaetefq' Cal b.sssyl. f. :':.:l'.I.: .I..a IkeIugdPYlb.d ren. Palatka, Fla. _
found the menwilling, but thw .v.nr. OMO or *_ toot anqol M CDr4 bv *" h.isr. _.. lb.' lb.foUR.- -f .- -Y 11'' i **
for the best .ia-4 -
be be
' date
'i punished doing trouble is. too Inefficient officers. H.n ...ourk Car. FK..K' UHBf.. of the l. aua leea of snob certificate .M land,muses. I7fsf and ......lu ."' and h18'! i

.ih could while U lasted. Uldsbipintn many RweS .s beers 5, sad slbwdlyd Is .r In the name of C..a..o.... Do- lb.e'oasy or Putnam sn4 ww at "OrOdal every man owe u to himself ,
"i Officer who care more to pr..eS, Uil.elides f t>or+mber a I>. IMS.tloal 1 less said eeitifloat shsil "tx redeemed bat TYnyiln.. l lmla.lnek. ........ 1s.(5) family to master a trade or profession.Iiad ;
Branch was not playing.TimesUnion. -' poso .. such than to post .themselves ( ) ;A.wlfoWy !I. according to law, tax deed will Inane. Dr H. E. DOUGLASS Ia toes ot I........... mtn.m. County_ I... t I tile; display advwtlaemeot. of tIIb.
In duties I'ubU" IIURY avers; In I j j
their by study. All '
: : TA&I.Cater*Cmrm to> iot. lolonwllr a.d thereon oa Ue3O> day of Deoember, Ck.a aU Morse Boboola of. 1 ulegrapby.
seemed energetio In eami and some .Yea Olrpetljrf oa she bknd and maeeo.aet.as a.' D. IMS. Osteopathic Physician, .10- W. PRAZIta .:.LIII. .ry. I'...u. sad .learn hew easily' a youna: D1aJ1
.. ...... ...tlel..., assured -
.Ii would remain all night lb me-.d awa.51aeamw tor wanp. W.s.t. sodibe
Pro..I up
t:, Henry M. Flagler d a bountiful their tour. officer of the r.J.caaxxyaWo: r..aao.Geld .. Witness my official signature -.d.... ones lot RmldYlw. Coy_..Da4...81e. --.yte.lks Y. lwr ..... or lady may lean telegraphy. '" B
dUrlUR'1 : this the S3d November" --- 8-l __
Thanksgiving dinner for the b, Dn Pith t6. day of A O hoe.aaALJ - -- -' -- --- I a pwUlo .
F I guard and. by personal T..uHalI', ..i5..,"' Pius for cusetipaties, JOSEPH PBICX. A 1 Gamble Di......
of the Florida Deaf and Blind auaessiniy; treat.ed 8ALE-BlIckeuadarfer -"u 5
which I
papUs was not; .paring I am .- dork Ornult Court FOR type- : wets W gM vouoaooey
Putnam Co. Ylorldal without drags. you;
'F Instants at St. lied that this camp will bear fruit." Lou ChrorUa easpeeiallyaoUolted. address In IfOO Augustine. Tits Jf : a.year. By.B. Raymond Price,dep,den..l .."- tl A. H D.Ne..oftlo.- I see a good U
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I r Crescent: City"News"CUKSCENT W. A. Sturdy of Attleboro, Mass., "

i! I* again. at Grove Hall for the win G. S. & F. Railway. :;

l4 Holiday ... ter. Mr. Sturdy Is one of the most Our BusinessIs :

popular gueats at tbs Hall and the .
u a Ig j CITY.) I ]\MlH Charlotte/ Babcock, who: has fact that he is here ought to hasten Tho Best Route to

t 1 Is one of the meat beautiful been quite III, Is now said to be out some of his old associates there who IncreasingBecause : !

g Time t a will locations find in Florida. Tourists of danger' and rapidly) Improving are still lingering In the north.A. Macon Atlanta Columbus
an Ideal sell
spot to Ira, C. Pratt has made it really attractive we ,
Ii It 4 upend the winter or pafut a tow C. Baahford of Lake Como Is to
t Q days of keen delight. and roomy residence out of make
aeml-weekljr trips to Crescent
; Reliable Goods
Li Calls()t t tt 4 The town Is on Creanent Iaknun the old Hnekman place. The roof City with fresh vegetables. Mr. : Cheap. Americus, Birmingham Valdosta, ;
l ( arm of the Bt. has bitpn
Johns Illvei) raised and the house Is
of Table t Q nnd Is 100 miles now Batihford" has a. fine garden. You Every article guaranteed
t= Speciallinee 4 by water and two-stories. The i '
j Delicacies Fruits t I 77 miles by rail from Jacksonville grounds are aspretty can leave word for him at J. W as represented.Our Montgomery and Northern Points. -
I4 an !nore as there Is In town Longs store. (

Nuts, Rosins, and a t tt J J The all day river ride on the and when' Mr. Pratt gets through store id full of just

t: hundred little articles J etnamer (Criiaoent from Jack. with the Improvements now making GLOBULES. I such goods as you need. '

eonvllln to Crescent City la one he will have an Ideal winter home. If it is ambition '
4 to
the fainI4 of
that the I your
average I delightful experiences of
of the land surface of the
'a Florida travel. The steamer The shipment, of oranges grapefruit buy the best : ) :
goods cheap
jIyloesn'tindulgein globe l Is covertTS/ with tree. l: I /: )
'a'a loaves Jacksonville at 8 a. in. and tangerines goes steadily
A Birmingham man named Batcbelor come and see us. ; :
t: regularly. every Tuesday Thursday. and from this point and It, Is
'a'a r I Saturday reaching Orescent. all the predictedthat has Just married a ;young lady named I We pay spot cash for all
I fruit
will have
been forwarded '
We have alt these Oity at 0 p. m. 'rhistripisthe Wlddow. of
our goods give
only daylight ride up the broad by the holiday Reason. The A penny Is estimated to change you

things now. All freali! ''I and plituresiiue/: Johns. Crescent has been, carrying some hands about 123,000 times In the course > the benefit of the low Schedules j ?

!r:; In fact, Fresh, and The steamer has prett,. cabins trips as high lIa 750 boxes of fruit of Its life. prices. Look at our boys' time of !

n n Grocorlos i ir is even odors In stormy a delightful weather.outlook and R. O. Burton Informed the News A paper chimney fifty feet high and i Blue Suits with Brass Through .

;i our specialty. F 1. Orescent City Is the center of that, shlpment of from 3(10( to COO()( fireproof Is a curiosity to be seen at Buttons.CONE St. Louis .and
LI rr I the orange growing Industry In boxes have been pf frequent oourrence. Breslau Germany. '. Valdosta and

I I middle Florida and beautiful Mr. Burton thinks the' total Cats are licensed In Berlin and every Hamiltono PI

Orange 'BoxMaterial I groves surround the plaon. output from the Crescent City location cat In that city must wear metal .Valduata aid J
., -r I Good boating hunting and badge bearing a number.
F I flailing will alTord amusement this season will be considerable i :
,. 1 for sportsmen. over the News' summer estimate' of i Gibraltar may fairly be called the etc will 1 bo .'' ,
FL j land ef tunnels there. being over seventy The Shoe Man
Naptha launches can be secured 10,000 boxes. .
I''a Grain I.La .I cheaply for water trips. miles of burrowed rock.! Crescent !
Hay Florida.
B ,. ,.! ,Crescent City has good hotels ;Maj.' ] J. Ij. Burton has received London ba* only on* mile of tram- S. F. ,

'a I and boarding houses at, moderate many new and valuable testimonialsto ways to every 80.000 of her population. I Ij

(u(4 Fertilizers.r.I rates. the eillcaoy of his root tea for the Manchester baa one to every S.OOO.
_ Beautiful
fuu shaded wntks and The China Time of Is lasued .
(n cure of kidney troubles nnd. the demand Peking -
bicycle paths.CRKHUKNT .
has been so constant for this In seven language* Chinese, Japanese .

I root that he has been compelled to English French German. Russian and If you have cither... . \

J. W. Miller dovote much of his time to securing Italian.

I : : OITX TB'IIPEnArURIi: VOlt Till I It. No one who has tried It 'has The Nile Is noted for tbe variety. of Omnne8 GroDelruil[ or T ngWne8
IJ IMIh, IWI5. K. O its fish. An expedition sent by; the
u d' WH.UAMH,OUUBllVUU. Tailed thus
far to to
,u a Crescent City, Fl... ::J Max.fur MIll fur: benefit. As one testify gentleman great has specimens.British museum brought borne 0,000 to (iI8loIuo of, and wind to Local 7

.J IJ No.er. 1 A.M. 9P.M. I p. .. i< h>.nluis. keep posted regardingprices
aoaa c c c a a I "'...ur....'.. a a 77 n in "wji t stated the "real beauty of the reniedv Glasgow baa the largest tramway they lire bringing
111. BiiuUay. M 77 01 7H (11 lies In the fact that, It cannot system of any. town In tbe British on the New York market .
20.> Mno..'",.. I "I. Tuonilay.... UICl 61 6 ill] Oia. hurt one and dozens hereaboutswill lalea. Manchester. stands second while correspond with,
: ggg:: g gun ( l. WetlnAHdav W:! OAr M11\ OH N.
Liverpool makes bad
to and a third.
gladly testify quick -
!!II'! .... Thnnular... M n M.. tit' NiUM. i permanent .
( I
'a" Our new line of njnnn::J JtII FrlOujr.... 09 77 05 77 111Personal relief." Lion tamers frequently. pert u inthemselves S. B. Downes & Co ;

with lavender. There la. It C \ "
!! Going down on the steamer Monday
la said no record of a hon ever having o I
nnnn g gg morning the editor of Use News 203' Dunne St. New Yolk. 8 ,
SI4OE attacked a trainer who bad taken the .
J nnan noticed several boxes 00
of tangerines'
precaution of this '
i :
wing perfume. 0'T
!: ... and Social. ---- -. --- -
consigned to n Philadelphia firm o imi
t! In FIJI the coinage consists chiefly : :
r II, For m nWomcn: jjjB I') w nlltorlolls.tor. Its failure to make re of whales' teeth those of greater value BIRTHPLACE OF MASSAGE. '0 EO all ? ::::

r and Children g gy Irr.rrrrrr.hInrrrrrrnMrs. ; turns. It Is only little more thana being dyed red. The natives exchange c:: fI() ; ,

1"1 J. I,. 'Burton visited' Pnlntknon ).",,1'111'0 that the 1'1'.1111'. of the twenty. white teeth for one red one, a* O.._r nubia. Where th.. Inhabit**!. CIS 1011

should attract 'your atten- uj{: "*Monday.Uapt. tale, the News among the number we change copper for silver.Wbr Nev.v Take a SlaSh.The 0\ : 10 i : :: :;::: : :::::::: :I: ::::: :: ::::::: :: & :
(UhUl. thIn If you are alter the uu masseur had Just returned from 0\ a 6a I r rit
( kind that are jrunriuitenl t HJ: J. P. Hawkins Is expected! lo wnrned. .shippers of this firm, andwetly Nubia the. birthplace of 04 ,
ULUk v...... H... Er*.. massage. III it16!
( to wear well. We can't QK Jli jtainlljr here (his week. examples were given' of Ita
Join ,
"I dldu't learn
Painted on the prow of nearly all the as much as I expectedto c:: 10 '
ULUL afford"to keep "any E1Q .
faIlure to for frllit. end
kind.At.. the same time rjHwe C. H. Cash. !IB still quite .ill though pay vegeta- Junks or Chinese sailing vessels, are ," lie said, "but I got hold of two ::: 10 io a .. !i
( les received. The chances that .t:
(tI. have endeavored! to ooni' :fjbiiin ntlnsi accounts he was Improving.Kob't ) are to be seen huge eye*. It la believedby movements that will eradicate wrinkles 8 :
UL' stylewith wearing .k.'" he fruit shipped from here last tbe superstitious Inhabitants of China and remove fat In ua Incredibleway. .-i. to By.'f'r

'ac UUuu qualities and after you t Ku:;::! Jj. Smith of Carraway spent Holiday, wlllllev..r be paid for. But that If the eye which la raised a* c:: to 2 i 4
with Mr. and 1\1)'.. Itorscn. a
U&ol have tried on a IJIlt'1YOU'cu Sunday: hen the people who shipped it do In "relief wo not there the vessel could o
a place. They have
((414 will acknowledge our suc ciriHi Thn'Mlllef wnrehouse at the Crt'a. not read lIewlIPaperll. They prefer not see where to go and would therefore :| queer i ; i; ; ;:::;; ::
cess."g g:; 10 little water there that they never es ;
(:.114I'a la to be the come to destruction. Even If
cent landing lighted by th.' more expensive and exclusive take baths.The 'musseli. or kneading 5., "" ;

( Of Course Everybody, ; ltyJlRII': '; WilY of obtaining "Information." damaged when at sea another the eye would got destroyed have to be or whence our word 'massage,' is the U CIS .10: : :: : :: :: t..: :
Mrs Willie Hurst has been vlslu bath's substitute. You strip, lie down & :: :::::::::: ::: : ::: :: r t
LW! "In these'diggings'* knows Mr. and Mr. A.lNorrlll have painted In at once. No Chinaman will
(nu nu:] how we excel Innu nr'1' HT'Telatlves. at Kspanola, on the returned from Wellsvllle Ohio and sail on a Junk which Is not adornedby and are covered from head to foot witha c bO:: I :: : :: c :: :: :::: :: ) :::: ::::::::: :: I 1 .: (

Mn cream made of mutton fat muak
fjjj! Groceries., In fwt const. ,. are again In their pleasant home an eye boat and which even, piles an between English passenger two- sandalwood powder and certain plant 'S, : : ; C :: : :: ::::: : I : : :::::::::::::: :: :: : I

!(uti::::! Tho new Roods' for the are "!HnG. :: Miss Thanksgiving Susie 'Walton day of here P"latk'll.spent the, lit and'the Florida corner avenue.of l Summit: With street them on Chinese'e3ch aide towns of hiss her a paddle huge eye boxes.Whitman painted. juices.are massaged.Then you I studied are kneaded the Nubian, you -'U'.5 :a = ; :: & :: : :::::::::: i; :: :::::; ::::::::: :: : :A C r '

Thanksgiving wnHon
Uluu' 'now oomlnir in. You can MIJ Kuestof Miss Jessie' llurton. i IR their son-in-law, and daugher movements thoroughly and learned as tl 4 : & :: :::::::::::: ': : :::::::::::: :: ; : g : m c ::

'(414"i"! depend on Frenli Urocories [:;tJUOiJ Mrs. O. F. llurrell and her pretty Mr. and Mra. Wallace and' their on lII..e...... I say good things. .1.1 04 4 i.
I '
( at. ". M&II little twill boys of Satsuma Heights little boy, and Ernest and MIss Ella I often say of Emerson that the personality "The Nubians are a handsome and :: i I, :t ts

1.11'1 ":i were Quests of Mrs. Carrier over. forrls. Miss Martha Is not to come of the man the wonderful queer race. They bunt elephants! with B s 6 S i
a LChamberlin'sntCrescent Q heart and soul of the man. present in the sword. Saturday and Sunday. this winter. Mr. Norris has been In .... 6 '
and slashes him In the
all he writes thinks, does hopes- elephant
unur City. nt. health much of the 'latter goes .
C pt. and Airs. W. It!. Kltch auidMr. poor partof D
IL] far toward Justifying the whole literary back of the leg ten Inches above the :
1ofr: CC ccc cc U IofUC .. Oxer arrived last week and are the summer' and fall a fact whichedited business-the whole raft, good hoof. This cut severs tbe arterY, and IS
&&& && n m DDd
Rl'aln'ocrupylng! their pretty home him to come to Florida instead and bad: the entIre system. You see the elephant bleeds to death. .

--- -- -- - ---- on south Main. street. mi' of taking a much contemplated I find nothing In literature that Is valnable "They cook meat on hot stones. 10 .. : ..

1"" W Mr. and Mrs. Con D. Smith will rip to the Mediterranean country In simply for Its professional qua! First they build a fire, then they put

Southern Europe.Mr. ity. Literature Is only valuable In the big stoues on It, and when the stones" Ef o. 113N.,. .1 :
leave for Miami this week or enrly
measure of the pus.lou-th" blood and aN hot enough they clean them of :r; :;:r ; : :::
next wuek, nnd will spend I the great- and l\rs. N. A. Buckets of Tlllols ; ; ;
muaclowlth'whlcb it la Invented ashes and embers carefully and throw
NO.T844 r part of the winter there.It ImVo arrived and propose spend- which on the meat. This ls a better way. of .
1 : lies concealed and active In It- Ii 00 P 10 10. :
might b.I (food Idea. for tile lug;> /a good part of the winter. At From Horace Traubel'a "With Walt cooking than the broil for It preserves 2oimi' 10100 \ .
I aoo III 00 a
council slret-t coinmlttne to get busy resent they quartered at the Huron Whitman In Camden" In Century. all the meat juices. But greenhorns 1 au" I'P 10 M. p.it...

It will cure Chills ow nd have the rubbish cleaned,. house ,, twill probably rent don't know what kind of stones to use. lOOp 1110.. ..

"' 001 us and do I light houskeepln".Mr.Unckelsla D.tt.r Tkn H.f.v.m.*-.. Mont kinds heated explode.
rjin the stre"ls. -
and Fever, Headaches, I a representative and thrifC "Can you give use references. from I "The Nubians are shapely and hand.

Colds and Biliousness. 'I'he Seville road from the town t farmer of the northwest-the your. laat placaT" some They never wrinkle, they never ,

J. Ilrptuu}, out III now In good condlMon kind who let modern machinery do "No, ma'am. The last woman I get tilt their Bklns ore smooth and Closa'

Try Hortle but there Dr... several town block worked fur was Mrs. Libby that used fine. They Impute these graces to. the
work and who
heavy pluck regular -
I ending to It. where;tJiOj'niunl! Is so. to live next door to you. She an' Icouldn't 'mnaseb'-tbe .massage-that they take
annual dividends from theirores
ONLY 25 CENTS. [ deep as to encourage profanitytTMr. : I. ; get along at all. You don'tk.now regularly three or four times a week
f: of waving grain with as much bow mean ah* I I.. I could tell Every masseur ought to ga to Nubia

Foe Sale :atLound's Vt' .urrlvrtl Rod Mrs..last.' O. P'rntifof Saturday nnd Milton are certainly as the hood holder clips you ever so many""You "_ If he wants to leurn his business thor- from Thmw tlio: Tlmfl T : ::: : r: : \ :|::.: :; ::,: .:::. : :: :: -'

his coupon" It Into be hoped Mr. may come. -Chicago Tribune. oughly.: nor!I.tblH | '

1 1 Drug ret.-t.j jCreliceilt t.UrPllh n'w occupylnK hereMrs. Ihelr. pleaiiaiit winter and Mrs Itncki-U will enjoy their --------- -- -

City, Fla. home < tity luii'p.Mr for

VV. I). 'WllllnmHrMr.: Mrc. .
and Mrs. If. J>. Lyon of Mans.field
: Linn of (l\r.I"n 8'e..l. f '
BprmuI'I.Onlflll, ) H.d. E. I Williams and th'ulr Hide Mntta., who have b..n'"pelld- !

: :: d msliti-r, Cardell: arrlvnl from lug short vacation at drove Hall Over Half a MillionSATISFIED
,,"," f''! J. D.
New York on Saturday and tire left for their northern. home last
-- -- gain( at Grove Hall much to the ilonday. Mr. Lyon' Is. one of the EiTncUvn <); : | ,

at. hili". Rlvrby ayll."t. delight all our people.* They will prosperous> Jewelry. manufacturers of CUSTOMERSDo b..t..eo Extension J ; l i I|' l (

The Beach &: Mlllei Line; probably remain throunh. the winter Lttleboro, tImId of altogether too you think such an enormous business could be built up and being, rmlncpcl

eason.Ciipt.. Irmiuous tendencies to feel satisfied continually increosad, U our goods did not have exceptional value and merit of the F E. U.
Steamer GRKHdKNT.L
: Laltrea started th. Innrlilirry ,, with the. easy-going life of a quiet Do you think we could bold the trade of half a million people, if our .. .
VtM JackonvIleo.Tuo4ylTh.IrdLy.. ; ; launch Florida reputation for doing exactly what we lilY wasn't firmly e.tabllahod'Do -- -- -
In hU tni'isfer enilynj fruit growing town but as
a nj batunlay* t i-dO I]. ni. for Uraun Ct***. now Business
hIli&tk. .. Vaa( tt4L ADd -p""ull', "' of of the best
the week. This little lie Is this owner one
L""ID" present and Professional men In every section of this country would keep on using
Relurnlui.Ie'i. 00'etty cm W"'n' boab IK the ndmlratlon of nU and 18Rolnr grove prospects here It Is likely. that HAYNER. WHISKEY U it wasn't all right =SOUTHERRT. RAILWAY =Z

all,.:,.kM Krtdy>nlll*,and wbart Mond foool.y.at Laur 7 &. ut 1UM: to make the trip between here, he will make frequent future visit Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use It, If itWasn't EFFECTIVE AUG. 0, 1JU! ()B.

T.'ophao.8IL' ] pi 8 lire to HIM place. This was Mrs. Lyons absolutely pure and unadulterated ,
kucl the a en
rnllway'slatloii! ,
I'a atka wbaif fktni Af I.Mno 'l Just think tbe things over carefully and then send us a trial order.. ,
first visit to Florida and she has '
Your money back U you are not satisfied. Two Valllbule Trains !lMt.Nu\ M No :II North anti tI eel. I''NI"' \ .
Ide..MrsJlI. .
requently sed herself as
JOHN VINCENT D. At Carll mild daughters, fxpr Uoitsd States l.n...,Washington D. C. .i:. .' .., ", :; ;
: QVB. harmed with our (climate 'and the Lv JitukMiiiTlllu." rln mOo fly II luaII T11"1'/ J"uk.U". 1. MO ly.' '' -j--jJ".III'
Mesdames Hitch nod Williams have "I have fouad H.,... W.lllo.,aaeaauoaaliy fins for table sad otodicinal purpo_" L. Ji.aup, UK Hu Ity 40 ain 10 4'' I' .l.v 11111. .No lIy I" "Ap .. ,.. '' IAr
Beautiful, locution of our town; Wm. Ur. Strmart.V. LY Oa H. lly l Oil u i.ii i.-... A 5,, ) I C ,
s..O..II. I'
Artistic Barber.. arrived for the season and are at the I. 8 nator from Nevada.; Ar Cuhunhh..s", hy 8 M I' 'mm Ar it..o.1:::: to .. ,.. ..So f Ky': I ? ,:I :::::
beautiful winter .home of Mrs. Cur 11 The Llldl...' Aid Society of the Ar Charluiw .. Ho Uy 1.111 1 u a.M .,.. Ar I"."',... 0,1 .........." 11' ...: -
AI' bre..boe..41, .lIy ItIi" Mil Ar 1..111.". 110.-o imp 1 I" ':1'ut '
-p -- on Prospect street.' The Indies sal led 'reabytvrlan church will give;a dime Ar DanYUie...... .. .. ho Sly a m a i lou' V' UIinhIawogti" Touo .... lIp.. "- 4'.., .. .. ,.
Hair Cutting l lo all approved tyleGive Ar "ixiuiiglou.' Ky..I/' ... 1 I' 4151' .. ,
ram ..NewYork .on tli" Clyde Line ;\11111 at the residence of Mr. and ...... .
HAYNER WHISKEY Ar Cinuiall' UI I..4, 41 I 4'5'' ,
m- call.CKBMUKMT : Rlohm<'md .. lo By I I 6310' I 0 O.llAri.IWhiu !
.teumer Arap ho which arrived Inncksouvllle itrs.. 'J{. Horson uext Wednesday. Lv \;riiKliiiiftli., O. .I.la Four .. B-Wtp' ,
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Tuesday.Cnpt. ',' veulng. Dec. Oth. There will be ;,:.'; -;------salty 'idrr... Afl'hluint'S: Hltf K mr I._T Int| .
FIXlBIDt I. 6 '' J.V UlmtiinuU, UAr 14.. ili..N. 1 itit '
CITY. AI' cmarloiuvmmme CO ny a 'ill. (
R. C. Ivory has iiualo and literary. features. and Ar W.tlimton, ..... .110. tSp r.n til It U a. pAr Chl.ftjt": :.. ,1 :i.i.m.4: : : 7 'N I :: :::
... iulrChInsPqthe delicious' and 10 FULL $ < .2OEXPRESSUI DoHlm"....... I R II 11 'IpAr LVCIninhi5li a II 41 1' ] .""jr'rolll. ; :- -
pretty ifasoUiie launch of SreplienRansoHiif some refr..luR..la. 4 Ihila.mlmill" ....P II Ie I P Ii .,lSaArNwYriu ......... ... .. ..0 u .14 D,,....I 3 =ieiLv j

A.TORREY... and -will havw It mO8drrom cents acini Union provides for all. A .: .;.;.;.!:. 11111. 4 tSp_..= .I SSIa.' I riuoiniiArTnlmlo .\ .. ..0 I II.I A. a S-Sm ....'
,, The ladles have undertaken much QUARTS PREPAIDOUR Nil .ill -"".* York anil Flurl,'In Bxnrens"Pally ...c II 41 I D\\\ \ A ,1.1. ..
Undertaker. and Emb. lm n- Lake Stella to Lake, Crt'icenr fiillman rirawlnjr Kfinni, Hit-epiim car BrD1101l .... 1' 5 .''' .
.. oni"Af ftlntiip' st'in lt craft his .tllr In support of the church, btnwaen I'urb: Tampu, Juok. onvlllo anil, Mow I v ('mii0I iuICl.. I'll Mnimi, II : -
' Jt )Is ind It Id hoped timers will 1"be a gener.nl OUR Wa..oI.4.a; In a plain sealed. case;with no Vorn.Ho l Pilubiir., ..:: .. .falliiaa:,: _. I( Ii twIn.lup: (! :::::' I
full lloa of CenkcU and. OofflnaTelephonef 1n this s'ecttofi. and Capt. Ivory and -Mk. to.hewMBt l.. POUR PULL QUART "WaBhUmliin ami PI... l.lmltod.' 11 il i y l.v Cliulnlmll ". : mile -I'or, -
.... and friends hope to, have attendance of citizens at thl, BOTTtBS OF HATNER FJUVATB STOCK RYB: FOR 13.20. and we riilltnan I.rawing. .ttuout HlmipluvCar. ,JaJkxiu Oluvtflnnil...: :.ale t'oiirt. ..,mF ':
' In. It. their lint social elf<)rt to raise heip.Mrs. will pay lbs a_..h...... Take It.........and sample It. have your doctor villa tq N.w York. Lv 1 exLiitttim... ..... ..HII. a ... ......
cRa8ENccrf\ .FLORID.\ litAny pi.aureXourCi0ll5!. Boravh bus thrown lull K-e(7 bottle you wlsb. Th.a U TOO don't And It Jnit as w. lay :;: : :: Ar liOUlnvUla.. It. IiYI" ", I lOp. ., II
kindly open ; "
and parfMtly satlstaetorr.sblp It back to u AT OUR EXPENSE andronr Through Landorthe, T FoLOLv : ArCI. I mclii IKMfi ...... ....-.. _Uyl._ .Ia- ,
-- -- lilalnd! Shlver'lii nxpeutlntf u Ii pre ll1" mid .. =
-c- her big hoinu for lio occasion rim wfll be prompU rafond How ooold ear eOtor be falnrt Von -
hoiiornbla mention, don't risk. a oat, .. ... .ia--"ThoVl.>ri.i(* tiMiiteii., ,, ;' rn i>Ii; fKiit.tVBHttUulu ,
: ..,. Drat. least in J""M..UII. Via ISo 117 7 5 p .
unites with the society IIrA'lnlf.bljf ,
trout L""h" anti'
Transfer ibr l 1'11.
crescent City Co. ... .. .. : L..h.O. 5 Ky lii tAo .
; '
OnIoN for ArIa..Cal..Col.. Idaho.Mont Wee..11' Mer..O. Ctah.Walh. ,
the | |
exhibit of corn! elitto mun .ieo'InJesrsJ'kotiuvtlie4oi3lnui.itaIt|
for an attendance. b the bail of 4 Qs.l45: for$4.05) Kxpreaai ..*. Ar Ummhla. RO... ....Mo ISV S 00Ar .
*on .
rd ., .. .. -. .. .
Meets all tral... at Oi. soi ut City .Jw .,. Tampa StateS Fair. ''The corn was. John Utter of Providence R.. I., :.r.Wr.r."Ja. art> lor sttajt. ..by jrrelsht prepaWr Ar H..prl"Aeliovill NO... NO." .5'. .lIy. lIy 0 111I'1'npAr : -"
the lower end of .. ; ; &..onlll.. .. So e No1I'rIIWEs'f INC. 'M: I!
' by hIm on e. aaanit.... aad Coil NO W. 'L'oon ity 11p
grown 10 _
tion. Night tr&ivjsppotntment! : ; who has been here for some day. Ar Lou..lllo. ...... 50 II' a..,,
Mr. lluck's strove lot, nod those whotvmt house baa Ar.1 Laul. ... .. ....8.) By 0 hIp I.. Jwk.oivllie" .... H J Byi I 4.iliI 1
the Burton
' 8. M. IA.t5BEE.'M guest at purchased THE'HAYNER'DISTILLING COMPANY .. ... .. .. .......... .. ...
":n":Ker. .. I It I is .nrtooiloora ; 1 Ar 01.0100"1.Oblo. .Q 0 CIlia I ItV Jt'HUUrAr .0 ar to 1 Htip ..
-'---- ', .. !> It itte bats : ( lots 1 und 2 In block K9 of F. Ar ..... "".. ...... By II (00'.1. '" -
: as con be raised anywhere In ........ *.. DsyaO ... Luhs: .. PaalHlna. No. il0-D illy PullmnnBaffetaieaplncCur Draw tnjf-Room and AtUnUi./ ....Ho B'A. Cia .. t ).
Main cud ..
and the street ...
H. on and .
W. B. 8HOTWELL Cone en aulimmvUl( Ar Anall"Ion. .I.., '** 110. M, it .' ....
the United States. of the property expect to build a en BIITITASaY.1'aow. O. CsnauaaaD IJIII, _ St. LoulH : Ar ItirnitiiKlmin, Ala..Att .uy/ II ....1 .. "..,
Ar MiMUphlri.1 rmiii .rtuoo asp -
BuildsRow.Boats., H- Betiding who now occupiesthe niiull shop to do wood "work and b- 1 Ar KAUHAW: v iiy. Mo..._.;,:. :loCh: : r. + ::..:: -

Bepalrs boats.-buggies an" UIk&. all Mr. Utter Two Trains DailyTo i3f..Toi'IIm..I; | i 8 .P'' .'
for the winter, other small repair jobs. ,
: Sl1l1peon.cottage .. ... 11111.....
kinds of woo.1 work repairs at his .ho, IMITHlTTiliFIIS Ar U..I..prln"" Ark I 8 i ,
I In rear of his says this Is not his first visit to las. been in Jacksonville this week and t
MEA T Washington "
MARKET Ro. 111-1'10. Ft'ri Llm h.o.l. Thimly Pail. ,
Oreeoent City, )'a.. Florida* Mr. Redding( name down' to look after the purchasing of necessary man Drawing Kooia ltwpliiff car b.L.II ,

e'l Hatlsfaotorj' work guaranteed. at .io4 once' liV".the earlr It)'. and before machinery. For the past several YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE 7 New York. JnukAonvtlle Ilau,.. OU,., Blrnilncbam* .' Memi>bl. antS rp'

.' prlo.m. iDentlat. there were any railroads on the east I years Mr. Utter has been employed .
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4. :I. Spencer: ., From New York to Jacksonville on Brooklyn, and he may return there handle Real Estate of all1 kinds, regardless( of location. Tram Now York. Wa.Mnatim etc. -No. SO, "W..hlnal"Q 110.1 I rkirlila UnilMil' turn a.OhldiMoOiiiolniiatl .. .

Wm. H. Van Brunt for' the coming summer but It I Is his Fate Nv lrl.lC| l.lmltotl' (s4I. '
and Ubaitannnirn iita.- mForn :
the schooner 'to sell with
'what have description
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Write ns :
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.you. San.. ".Lily, Marapul*, mrmlDaUnin fto. "Hoclcla l.lmllo.l.' tl Mum.rrom '. .- I
-- and as part of the freight on that trip purpose soon to make Crescent City and wilt do bast for ( Inolnnail.. A.li.."lna' .>',-No. ill, "Waahlnitloii. and, Vlnrlil\ I m.ItII11J. o.tfla." Di. '
'0111 at Baatence| "a Vrouppet' &.." wer two locomotives for the then 111. permanent home. He like Jh < pries wa our : you1The Prom N.w York WaJilunuio.to--No. W,"(!." Yurk aDd yuiriaa." Fapress1: H.'JO. p..... t
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vPEi; H.'Ar'niarrnog, tlrf' Eje and i Johns river. Mr. Redding; town would soon number Its poopU. Crescent Florida t. O, LCT8K District _"aR r Ag"ot. ION ..w"an.Q- >.....t, .Ja"kloo.llle. Fl....
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.b. Sf"CIMII"t'' '' of. jnohavu! \'tlle, : City C. H. AOKEBT O. M. W( 1 r. TA YLOE. O. P. A. .
will fOllow:1t ArHnSJli.!..on the.; peuf the ''winter that leat. at..NewSmyrna. by the 'thousands Instead of the 8. U. BAUDAVICK. P. T, II. BROOKS! UORUAtT.,*/( ." A'I7" _

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The Palatka Newsand James Morrow, a former well- Death of an Aged Citizen. AMONG LINES f y

known citizen of Crescent. City now Mr. J. B. Usual, wife of Capt. J LINE !
living at Fltr-Kerald, U. ., was In THE
died at
Advertiser 1'alatka last Hturday. Mr. Morrow li. Hanoi of Orange MIlls,

L The .. Is arranging to return to Florida and her home at .8 o'clock Wednesday.
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has been looking lip location He morning Nov. 29th, after several
Y1rY ti W EGG"4ruuG4 i4G o0G says the winters In Ueorgln are too days Illness. Her funeral wa held
severe for one who has ever enjoyed Art Clothing.
3 City happenings ana .Jie Florida climate. from toe Catholic church at East Strouse & Bros.
J Palatka with low requiem inns.,
Personal illention.eexrx Violet, Dan. Simford's big pet dog
1 AdvanceArrivals died last night-just curled up and at noon on Thursday, Rev. All the
+eenenn nMnen died suddenly) oil the street lu front Barry of this city olBolalliig. The seasonable and

THANKSGIVING.Say of Brewer's bar. Tile dog was 11 Interment was In the East Palntka. new styles of Overcoats
a years old and for years had been
jet of everyone. 'M r. :Sanford:, put cemetery. fresh from the
Are you one on the way the body in a box nod gave. the faithful The attendance at the church and factory of the celebrated
r old dog decent burial was large mid there were '
To the Thank works? grave a "High Art: Clothing."
i. Or are you one who shirk. The Mnull Manufacturing company many beautiful floral tributes.

:. f In the ranks. of this city started up theirFactory Mrs. Hazel was 83 years of age and See our "Neckwear
Refuting to give thanks this week and are now engaged In the ''
had resided for over 50years "
: h = \ Show.
f Because think treatment
OF you your in making their patent orange c you will
Lord home where she died.: She was ,
Is what the
box hoop The W. A. Merryday Co. --- find the
not.Juat of
t (; to one so worthy of this city are the distributing twice married, her first husband being "' cravats
Of rich and large reward? agents. and to whom nil orders Mr. MoCullum by whom she. had ,.. from the leading makers
Are you the kind of tbanker should: be summit This new hoop IH her ,
three children who survive Four-in-hands '
t Fall and Who thinks his thanks are worth going Into Kfmcrnl.... In Florida, as String I
of : Augustine -
J. I. McCallum St.:
One thank to forty They are Ties Bow Ties
every ,
contributes much to-the nuntncss -. Ascots ,
! flood things he gets on earth. of the orange package. (!'apt..1. E. McCallum of + r I: Puffs and host ,
I And ir hn doesn't gather New York and Mrs. Richard Yel- I a of new
The forty fair and line, .& Cramp Flnley, No. 1117 Confederate l shades in
II foes mean, and will not olfel'" Veterans'or 1'alatka held Its annual vlngton of Novateev Fin.< / upwards
ft WinterGoods One thank for thirty-nine? moxtlng the court house last She was married to Cupt. J, B. terns, 350 and

Say Monday evening, there being u large Hazel some thirty five year ago,
nrn-oub of the vetersns. J. Our all Exhibition '
Are you built that way? and by this union there was one of

S Or are ready you to fal take rAnd your share and D. Points Joseph. was Priceadlutant.re-elected commander(,'1 ptS. child,' Mrs. M. J. Murphy of this 1 y Hats Is'a beauty all thei'

Of the bad with the good M. I. Coxe end Jos. 1). Points were city, with whom Capt. Hazel will + 1 I new shades and shapes in -
AH every man should leered, delegates to the state encampment probably h..reeftHlI1l1ke his homo. soft and stiff from .
to b hold In Jacksonville $1.50
Brace up If are wabbly,
you educated
Mrs. Hazel wall nil physician -
Hi Take hold If you are Bl.ronir on December lltt.li and 14t.li, to $3.00.
And thank the Lord you're able next and during the early year ef TROUSE iBROTHER3,

To help the world along. The Stanton Foundry and Machinery her residence here bad large prac
!, AT The cross. you have is only company has just installed a tice., During the war ehu was the

l !r To So for make them your both crown be thankful shine bright; private electric lighting plant with aOlIl'ht only physician within. radius nl 20 Don't imagine for one moment that you cannot get

And you will be all right. by dynamo.the !Sands: Thu Uros.plant, electricians wabplaced mile or more and her practice was values in all the other little dress needs;

Gee whiz! of this city and is now In fine heavy. just as good
! What a mean mortal It Is working order. With the new light Her death I Is greatly lamented by Gloves Handkerchiefs
Brown'sr Who finds In living. the machine shop Is finely Illuminated large circle of Trlend. In all this such as Underwear, Jewelry, ,

: Nothing for thanknglvlngtW. bv night end) lathe ",machine section of and the sympathyof
: country Cuffs etc. etc.
Lampton. and
t11. having swinging lights! that can be Hosiery Collars ,
so adjusted us to greatly assist,the all Is with the bereaved family. 'l
Mrs. W. O. Holinei has beon vlslt-
i is now ready InK In Jacksonville this week. operators.Carleton colony has two new acquisitions St. Cecelia's Concert. I In each of these departments you will find the stocks

for your Mrs. M. W. Stewart of Jackson- In the persons, of H. A. The pupllsof St ollei>h'*Academy
, '. ville was here for a short visit with Hardener of Murphysboro, III., and gave a very enjoyable concert last complete.I. .
1 ''y Inspection.Come friends this\ week.J. toV.: Parker of Limn, Ohio Mr. Monday afternoon at the Convent,
Gardener' U to remain Indefinitelyand which was much appreciated by all
while F. Brewer's place of businesswas
I' Is. the of and Mrs. to attend. The following
guest Major privileged
'. r. the stock is hours cloned of l\lra..yesterday Hnz..l's funeral during- the Kdgerton.Mr.; Parker will stayun- Interesting, program was rendered MEYER CO.
j % Ii V tll spring mud U. making his home and not only did It reflect great credit -I. M.
: j unbroken. J. W. Harrison well known merchant with !Mrs. Uoodson, where spent upon the participants but also ,
i 1, of Denver was a visitor In the the winter n.. rear ngo. But ---are upon the teacher of this excellent
\ city over Tuesday night. charmed with the place. school

". ;. Mrs. John Paxton of Mosley Hall "Grime Edgar Kaolin company at 1. Hymn-"To St. Cecelia." HERBERT CROOK, Manager.

: The was a visitor to friends here this Edgar ban leased the Foster kaolin 2. Holy CIty-Adams. .

\..&, ,. week. plant at Johnson, about one mile Piano accompanist, l\1.Holden.
distant.. The Foster'plant has been 1st. )Mandolins I. Holden, M. .
r GRIFFON BRAND Walter Andrews Is engaged painting Idle for some time, but the new lessees Kupperbnsch, E. Merryday; 2nd --- -

and decorating. the handsome will put It in operation Immediately. Violin. F. Spain. i'- ;;; v.r., '. i'ifr.f '? '
residence of Hon. S. J. Hilburn. 2u5L4A '
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I Ii'. The Edgar company Is one 8. Plano Trio--' At School Festival -
; : Custom I Hade Dr. K. W. Warren has rented the of Urn great industries of Putnam ," waltz, Streabhog-Brnnetta J
Robt W. Datvs residence. at the corner county und Its product, hUM found Ruddy Bertha Falk Bess'e 1 l
.r"" f' Suits for Men of Main and Third streets. ready sale as fast as mined. The Hpnln Thanksgiving : .
'i !f are of exceptionally leasing of the Foster plant will 4. Piano Duet,-"At Full 'Tilt"
, : Miss Rosalie Price returned on /greatly Increase the Edgar cmnpnny'soutput. polka-Florence Spain Mary
materials WediiPBdiiv from a week's vUlt with Ireland.
I ,, ji. attractive Mrs. W. 1). Heuham at Crescent' dealer 'of liquors at Palatka 10 6. Chorus-"Hear' Me Say My >A. B i | Approaches. I.J

', 'I, i! this year. CIty. eMr. sending out circulars soliciting patronage C'*."-Little :Boys, Piano accom-

And the Suits .. J. M. Conrad of Olenwood from people In Gainesville. palllst, M. Holdell.O. '
{' spent several dnys here Inst week on That IH one kind of "blind tiger"buelnese Piano oet-"Come Join the
,r T S are warranted n visit. to her sister, Mrs. Edward that should bo as much of a Dance," waltz, :Schleslnger.Mam :, .- November 30h! is the Day. !
'I In and Ruth Duane. g
; Gerber. violation of the law tis to "peddle"
,r To Fit like the stun. But he sent a number to 7. Piano D u e Grandfather's :
, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Urlflln returned this city that will not profit him Bong"-Franklyn Prltchardand 2jj How are you fixed for Table Linen and 1 /
a tailor madeGarment. Tuesday from a week's visit mach If us he' has the Eddie Brach mane.
liny namesor Napkins? '
;f' with friends and relatives In Jnck- people who know what effect' his 8. Piano Duet-Folk Song"-Albert A .

n : t sonvllle. vile stun has upon the man who Weaver Ruby Yelverton. We Lave n beautiful line of them, bought :
i I The United Daughters! of the Confederacy uses\ Gainesville :Sun.:, 0. Piano Solo-"Dreams of Spring," in
of I
will meet with Mrs. J. N. iokeehumkee!: tribe. of Red Men Inl- Florence Spain. Housekeepers I. anticipation your holiday I
: : In Boys Hlackwell next Thursday afternoon, tlafed 12 new members at Its meetlnR'Illst 10. Mandolin Solo* -"Song and Dance
II Dec. 7th. Friday evening There were Schottlschel"-Ines Holden. rCome_ and see them. ..__ v,.
II. Piano 'rrlo-*"}<'estlval. March" will rejoice at the :
: several visiting members from other opportunities
(; Children'sSuils Mr. and Mrs. F P. DuPont lone Carter Carter, Florence ;
and entertained ) Klorje The .
tribes. At the conclusion of the afforded by the prices are

,"I I' I! twentyfiveuests dinner at their! comfortable at Thanksgiving meeting the with Indians oysters Indulged as (lie! main in abanquat 12. Violin Spam SoloM.'Old: Folk at Home"FoaterHerb..rt prices of our present large I BSON'S I.Popular I.
j home the Heights. Miller Piano LEO
:i ,. on dish.. There were over 60 Indians ;' and beautiful collection of

j 3. j .The Kalbfleld Minstrel troupe held present. The' tribe In this city Is 18.! Violin Solo--"LlttleFisher Maid
: We have Just the boards at the opera house lust making rapid growth, and numbers
h li Wednesday night and gave, a very among its urea ere some of Palatka's f'n"-Hprh"rt. Carter. FurnitureFinely Dry Goods and Shoe House.
"When Leaves Home ill theMorning"
, what you want. creditable performance. The attendance most influential( citizens. 14. Papa
y {f, was good.Policeman Knights of Pythias -Little Ones. Palatka, Fla.Now J
'. The of //Tlie lodge of 16. Mandolin solo-i'DimpledCheek" finished Oak Dressers i .
( array tills
in and the
It. Jess Hngan hall tender city a body to numbeiof wall*-Cecil Spain. .
: I! Suits for ed his resignation from the force and about CO ntteiided St. Mark's 10. Recitation-"A Georgia Volun Chiffoniers, Tables ((3E 11.n EIej .
r Mayor Uslna has appointed a Mr. church last Sunday night when the teer"-Nina Johnson. Sideboards and Buffets.
i I 11. Boys and Children White to the place temporarily.The rector, himself a member of the order 17. Piano Solo-"Concert Waltz" -
council will\ fill the place. permanently preached an eloquent sermon Myrtle Holden. Also a beautiful line of - -
! ( Ii is large at Its next meeting.On appropriate to the occasion 1 Other 18. Chorus-"My Little Pussy Cat" and
features of the service were. beautiful Little Girls Piano Matting! Hugs is the Time! .
) i and there is the evening of Dec. 16th Miss ) accompanist.
t solo by Miss Pansy Duvereux and lone Carter, Stair Carpets. "We can
I. something sure to Clora M on ray of :St.:, Augustine will un exquisitely rendered violin solo 19. Violin Solo-"Moon Moths" Ku.- interest in Iron Beds Place orders at and be '
. ; give an elocutionary recital at the by Miss I In Bund Rev. Mr. Ulchey smu r, Florence Spain; Piano aocompanUt you your
,1 '_ please everyone. St.opera Monica house church.under the Local auspices musical ol has been complimented much by the M. Holden. High Grade Springs, Cotton + sure to j get good trees and plants before
Knights the week
'f, I I I artists will\ assist In the program. the excellence during of his sermon.I. concerning. 20. "Angel's; I. Holden Serenade"M. -Kupperbusch 1st mandolins and Felt Mattreswes. it is too late. -Choice budded

' } The Celebrated Leo Jacobson has recently added Martin, president of the I. M. and Eileen Merryday;, Violin F. Terms to suit your con- r Orange and Grapefruit buds on Sour ,

: come articles which will have peculIar Meyer Co. of this city, Is here for his I Spain. venience.J. t Rough Lemon and Citrus Trifoliate t
interest to the ladies. midwinter vacation which r
: HATS Anionn will run 21 Chorus Charily"-wP'lanofac-\
: GOTHAM them are some genuine Imported11Ind until the close of the holidays Mr. compaoUt: 'JIn embroidered Japanese silk and Martin travels for a New York hat H. YELVERTON Jr. Plum and Grafted Pecans. Also 100- 'I
: : for Men in linen white shirt waist patterns and manufacturer and the resent.le a ,
sofa pillow covers. These come dIrect between season time., He Is also. Interested VU 000 Cassava seed cane cuttings. Write
:I Soft and Stiff from the orient and are of exclusive In the manufacture of Havana Ladies Wh Talatka Florida for
designs, no two being alike. cigars at Key West. But he re. prices. Address the
l patterns. gards Palatka as his home and in always rt I
Oeo. W. Downing, for the pant five Waint'a
glad when he Interlachen Nurseries
I r years foreman of the :Stanton:, Foun- can come I ,
Mr. Martin Is
a businessman
line dry and Machinery company, has re- and believes In the '
! Elegant giving
public -
t % rlgned to accept the chief englneor- through his. clothing business Fine FittingKid / J. H. Wylie
of the Putnam
ship House. Mr. .
here the very best that can be purchased Interlachen Flu. .
Neckwear.Pretty Downing will enter upon his newduties for ,
t Monday. Mr. Lipton of St. money. _. .
Augustine will succeed Mr. Downing jThere was a surprise party and severe Glove l, -
1 at the Stanton works. though delightful pounding at
1i the Presbyterian manse on Wednesday a .
i Jack. Oreeir popular orange grower evening. It was such a surprise Can secure them In Black,
1, of Ft. dates and one of the men that the pastor was not in during the White and Colors ourstore. CAPT.
; Patternsin] whom Palatka people always delightto earlier part of the evening,' though We have just received a. new M. R. RYAN'Sis
see, has been a visitor here this he returned from the Methodist Invoice of perfect fitting
Shirts. week. Mr. Green states that there prayer meeting In Hume to meet the glove Our line of I
I has been some dengue fever up his friends who were so kindly remembering the only Complete
r way nnd that he has himself been him and his family. The Corsets, Baby Goods, I

? among the afflicted.l grocerymim, need hardly' send his I
New and ', solicitor for orders for .the Silk ShirtWaist. patterns House I1U
The Thanksgiving dance ut the -next FurnistdngEstablishment .1::
r r Armory last night was a most thoroughly month or 'rx but under the olroumtanoes II: '
, DesirableUnderwear. enjoyable occasion and reflects he will hardly bear any ill' and 'othef-i'hlirrtVcIa"" Dry! .
I much credit will towards these competitors. Rev Goods Novelties : A
' upon Lieutenant Collins I. Terjfconiplets : SMALL HOT BIRDand in PalatlcaAT ;
1 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn wishtLeNews to = -
and Carl Davis of Oem City Ouards and wa selected with *k
who managed the affair.. There were express their hearty appreciation to view to real value combined a.large Gold f bottle are it *- New Goads .11.
f. about one hunnred and fifty people these friends for their thoughtful-' with ityle ''requirement;. .JWe good combination just now. : in all line. now on exhibit.
present half of whom were participants uesft and generosity.Miss bav.> n>. great dl pl ,y'pf 4Trlmmedl I will furnish the bottle and
'., In fact In the dance. Edith Forward severs, her : \IM' will let the bird look out for
f connection with the county clerk' 1, Hats.T1KATE Itself. In factJwlII furnishanything t
m ---
Thank In Its + ----
f Everything lvlng public and religious that Is -
! office aud leaves next Saturday for high-grade

i :.. that slated of observance services at In the Palatka Episcopal con- arrival Brooklyn.she N.will Y.be. .where married, upon to Mr.her In Hum Whiskies, .Wine.Gins, etc. Brandies.Beer .old The Best. Exercise "mrmmm'n'tt'; '", ''' !

,I, church at 11 a. m. and a union. Service Warren Erwin, formerly of this by the kegor cask. But Above .,-
of Men and city LUCAS
; Boys of the Presbyterians Methodist and Hastings' l\1IS11Io'ol'wud, expect ]{ L. all call for Genuine HARPER i. PAINTS | {
'' and HaptlsU at the latter church WHISKEY for tc he had 'Is
; whIch In
1 1! wear of the In the evening. At the union service to leave !Saturday: morning and arrIve I am A game uf flog];
lf ole Ball. It'.
New agent.
lu York on Sunday after a muscle builder
{ mW i :< Newest the sermon was by Rev. Dr. F. Pasco noon. She will to the home of and an appetite that will wear ::i
, Methodist, of Miami. her uncle, Mr. R.go U. Reid, where the Milliner, J. F. BREWER. Most people tell provoker.us that our Wall Paper. Kalsomln, j-}
; je most If lack look Into will be Mr. fi Alley !I. the finest Tarnish.
sl you appetite the ceremony performed. Merryday Block. Palatka, Fla. they've Glass and .
Erwin Is well known Palatka Florida.NOTICE ever played
JJros. residents
Desirable Styles flay store and see the beautiful to the on. We take E "
i display of dried and fresh fruits of this city. He Is a son of Mr. W. -- their word for It. Ladle play| i 1 JAP-A-LAC l:i
t. .; and 1 Haterial nut, -to. especially for the holiday II. ErwIn of this city, and Is n most free Tuesday afternoon., =
season. This store In excellence of exemplary young man. Ho left hereabout OF APPLICATION FOB'
, t can be had at the stock as well ns quantity Is secondto a year ago and made his horn .' Tax Dee 1 Under Section 8 of Chapter 11 Di1DG. 's PAINT STORE, \
none In the state, find Is an establishment In Brooklyn. The many friends of 4888 Law. of Florida. Maurice Lamon
q, { closest prices at Palatatkani have a pride Miss Forward 'will regrvt to learn Notice 1. hereby given that W. C Fla.711U11U111dIJUlt .
In. that lime will leave permanently., : Townsend, purchaser of tax certificate ;" i
The Twentieth Century Social Augustine Record.Lettuce i K toYour. No. 829: dated the 4th day of Nov.. A. Central Lemon Street. U1JiiIfUUIUFOUN
r D. 1895 ha filed aid
f' M. S. BROWN'SClolhler Club held a very successful meeting 'L' Shipments .Begin.H. of loe, and has made application for tax my .-Flat bottom f"* .1
lost at the byapplylor '
: Friday night home ofMm. Rempmber ;
deed to issue In same
..d.d aaoordnnoe with law. > Owner way secure ;
H. A, fluky on KIrby street W. SUdtnau, superintendent of Said certificate embrace the following at the Hotel Arlington the B follow .t this office, and paying, for ..dvlrr.!
Is the club lathe Du.I.W..ld ,
'. This recently organisedby the Evergreen Farm, formerly described property situated In Putnamcounty log date. Deo. 46. II ;you are ...niterin tlsement.-
the people of the ''1'1I' ,
end, a sesrrat
young WPl" froon
i known us the Atlantla Coast Track .mbmtlee.Teeny p.oaemskbeet Florida to wit: IIny eye or trouble book Uluatrl'led
r and the membership I. Incr..slnltrapidly have him osse AOENTS .tory
: ; farm his first of new today-Boys and Glrlaon Uov't lot 8. W of ricer section 35, look )'onr o..er whUe ,cblldrtln at ''kd
now numbering"; nearly UU, made shipment Ut *'ountrr who want to mats township It range 16-33} acre.. there Nov. 17-8 with negro pl"11ea" ,
with applications for admission at lettuce !lust Friday, the 24th. ft puma. In llf* as onllkllr r*. The said lano. being tlmll. fast seller; all. buy' It. A ri 1
atneiMed psrtloUlft
:' AND every meeting. mired by the Lrqn: mj.auf.Yaurftatand due of the leauanoe | the '10 per day. Outfit lOor I 1
James H Fry made shipments wmmrolat. oncerim and r of snob certificate/ UND.-On. entlns.ller
MiT rood..I...... Thaw eoli_ In the fish boat Sf free. Answer quick nrl *
W. A. Williams of Penlel. who rre6ntly name of W. A. Bryan Unless John on )
this week. bar elapsed mom than Ifl.OOQyounirpopl river Nov. 10, 1B05 tel l,* Atlanta, ;! '
Mid certificate Boat i. Couipauy i
sold his large turpentine Interest I. art th* read to .saes.*. L"ia shall be redeemed double scull
The weather( the two weeks to
f'f' Gems'I Furllisner i there, moved to Live Oak past .mall 1*ear with you-writ*for* according to law, tax: de-d will issue painted. red WlII? Rail or loull;
this week. One strong reason which us been. unfavorable for time lettuce sop of he gave for not locating In Palatka crop having been too .warm and la ; .MASSEY--il: A. D. 11)05.) BAn Chism, he .old Apply It
I. the fact that the open saloon I. consequence trucker are losing fSUSINESS COLLEGES.Haarroir': Witness my official signature and seal Co., machIne. care. WlIsOQ Cypress) combined with Physical CalFrdsfethe ,
I in. here. H* said: "I would not thinkof .'.....IIA..'..i... ,T :x. thin the gad day of November, A D loos .hop.It Armoryv Tuesdays( '".
: I raft! I raisins my boys In saloon town." where theyxhould making money. MoMTOOIf' ...,...... RlOMMOND. ,..VA. [Seal) JOSEPH PRICE, ma o'.loofc->.MI.. Belle ""i'orfurIloltv ; .-
Ob I ...Ioon. build up! build up the A change to cooler weather will help Cof.VKBCSGA. jAtfUUOMVlLLa' n... Clerk clrenlt court Putnam Go. Florida. sod IOU lee want to let youm moray'.worth FalaUa patrnD8r'1\rI..e\ *. .

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