The Palatka weekly advertiser
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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 22, 1905
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00206
 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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Sale.Houses: Lots.\i _

For Lots and anything in Real Estate. H. M. de MontmoIIin.

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... .. .II.. . .. . .. . . .. ., The Our holiday Christmas edition of Edition.the Palatka I NEWS arid COMMENT Upivmini 1 "MI inn if6ppN.WIMI4111Gi8'4RN! : ; :' _Si1i_V9flpir9/V' '_tl_VEaI/V' ? 'vz

News, iHsueu last Friday has had so Congressman Frank Clark of this

The past week many complimentary things said district has Introduced a bill In (Th Write
at concerning be pardoiiHcl It for hat the publishers congress to prohibit Internal' revenue z
Indulging; ; a little
pride In the work and the generosity officers from receiving special taxes i
of Its reception 'Ihe printing trade from any person, firm or corporation
dr nns all been culled" the "art preservative. for the carrying on of the business of 1 c Nowfor --r
eriu bet thatwIIS
HrllHtlo Hiild only of ft brewer, manufacturer of stills, reo-
i aJt printing.; The Palutku. News
t\I of hint week wan an example of ar- Lifer of distilled spirits, wholesale or
I, t stlo printing;, It was the art crea- retail dealer In spirituous, vinousor
our new ;
1 this lion I of Messrs. Vickers and Buky of malt liquors In communities

high olllce class and work was an example of the where the carrying on of such business l.
these gentlemen
and do perform at all times of the Is prohibited by local laws, and
yeai. to prescribe punishments for Its vio CataloglOfll

,, Several IhouHiuid lation. Such a law would be valuable
per I were Issued and It teethe hope of
In that It
the publishers would Insure the cooperation -
that they will attract
attention to Palatka of the general government -
tereate'' News Is publl the In In making nominally dry counties Y u

of Palatka and Putna coun- dry In fact. State and county authorities 100 Illustrating

has been the greatest in :the history of the ple ty, nnd for It which tstheapproval Its publishers of home cater.peo. sometimes wink at violations = pages

hat they have that In this Instance of law, and so also do the authorities Ii : ?
hue been manifest by the words and of the general government, t* .: Diamonds,
letters of approval which have been but not In such Insignificant violations
: Trade coining to them thick and feet dnr-
as would be
perpetrated by
: lug the past few days. Here are 'f Watches
some of the things home people have "blind tigers." Any law that will ,
said/ of the holiday edition) tend to cripple the liquor oligarchy

in Palatka. Hundreds of buyers, after ; "A"It was magnificent a bnauty"paper"Oeo.-Martin Grlffln.. E. should receive the sanction of right Jewelry, ,

other Uuy. thinking people. As It now stands real Sterling ll-.erT... Hall el.811. '
looking through stocks, have come Never saw a prettier one"-Her the Internal revenue laws of the
bert (''rook.it United States aid and abet the sale Clocks Cut Glass Silverware
to us was Indeed fine"-I. Martin. of liquor In counties of this state

forTheir ida""Piettlest-3. J. Kennerly.I have ever seen In Flor when local law prohibits.T. Platedware Holiday Novelties.
"It wns a beauty and no mistake" .
Clothing. W. Hllle has been convicted of I
-B 8. Mooney
"Elegant" II. fInu thton. the murder of Ell Simmons and sen Satisfaction Guaranteed

"Au honor to Palatka*-Walter tenced by Judge; Call to Imprison Mall Orden Receive Prompt and Careful Attention r
Hundreds of others who have Milliard./ ment for life. The murder occurred
bought "It wee certainly) a magnificent ed- on August 11th, this year eight .
have looked Itlon"-Dr. E. S. ('rilh miles west of Jacksonville Greenleaf & co:
elsewhere, at the bargains "It was flue"-W. M. Curry. Crosby

"You've got 'em all beat-ii. A, Mrs. Ellen Call Long died In Tallahassee 'J'
offer and then went out and !Smith."It .
I we figuratively last Sunday of paralysis, JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS.
was a very pretty paper"-Cftpt. 41 West Jacksonville Fla.
Bay ,
speaking M. 11. Ityan. aged 80 years. Mrs. Long, who wasa i'
"I want to congratulate you on daughter of former Uov. Richard IB,',_'.'mil! mjHir\ ;m'ma.mi imnmmam',mKmamum: au I_'CtlQif_ I

your holiday edition. It couldn't K. Call, was the first white child ,
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be unproved"! S. Brown.
"It was ever born In Tallahassee, She spentall 'I.'
a daisy, -O. K. Kowton.
Kicked Themselves.The "Dlese zeltung 1st anagecelgnec"; of her long and useful life In that '
-Chll Kuppeibusch. Being; Inter. city She was a writer of marked ;

'grated out of sight.1"this means "your paper was ability and was distinguished so CAPT. M. R. RYAN'S .;':

"Beautiful; I want several to send cially. She spent several years In -
sensationalisms of sensationalists to northern friends just to show 'em trying to introduce silk culture In is the only Complete wt '
what we do In newspapers down Florida, and was the author of a
always work a benefit to legitimate here", -O. J. Smith. book on that subject. (
That. was certainly a fine paper'; I
trade. The Fearnside Clothing Company never saw a better"-Jt'J. Fearnslcle. Anent the Hon. "Bill'" Lainar. He House Furnishing
"Beautiful clean .
through. The has written to the Tallahassee Capi-

debt of gratitude to sensationalism. ada were all nrtlstlobut mine was tal a full page; letter explaining whatIs
owes a the best of them all"-J. 11.: Yelver- Establishment in Palatka-
termed "his side of the divergent

.: It has made our stock and methods ; ton"Let, Jr. me congratulate; you on that view on national questions of himself t-- New Goods m all lines now on exhibit.

pn ier. Out our WRY every one ac and John Sharp Williams." But the
of business more perfectly known. And knowledges It to be the finest paper letter starts with a false premise as TrTra
ever issued from Pnll\tka"-'V.
Biker, Uukton. B. follows: "The minority leader In the __ u_ __ ____,__ --------
has resulted in the
greatest pre-Christmas 'I'heio are hundreds of Other pleased house of representatives in Washington ncccnECEaa'JjaanauBLjECEECcDBnnEDoncBnnoicE'Fanaaa'ana!
expressions, but what's the use. John Sharp Williams, has removed 1aWWWWWWa1WWLiW1WWWWWWWWJWl/WaWWWtOWWWWWI7WWUWW: : : U "Jaaijj'a( rsa
Trade for all
in the of the house .
history They are all of one opinion. Hon. D. W. Shackleford of UJ3j

which we are thankful. But. It here wee l Is not one sent foreign In from expert Palatka.but opinion. !Missouri, and myself from the committee U'JUJ' If Your Boy or Girls Ii Iin'1 f fmn

it l Is the editorial 1 expression of on Interstate and foreign com UJHI
Florida's great dally -The Times meroe. This Is one of the I Important .
Our Bargains will not end with Union; committees of the House, It having shoos
"Taking It from first page to last, R:: Have the reputation for being on IEEl ag

Christmas Day. They are a part of the ; lines-Union no prettier paper oflloe ever than came the holiday to the control charge of of railway legislation; corporations looking to the the E ;i: perhaps it's because they have not been wearing brii!

of the store. number of the Palatka New.. It Interest of the people." Mr. Lamar aim ,the CURRY & LANE kind. .
every-day practice big makes Palatka
a good showing for does not state the case fairly. He
business and business men and U a such ;1 We have dozens of "rough house" youngsterson mitt
removed.There was no
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, beauty Here from Is a typical cover to letter cover of"appreciation committee was not of the present congress. PIT our list who wear our Shoes steadily for six B(9

from abroad. : One was appointed and other democrats m months without showing a break. What,we can ttIE
We area Macon, Ja., Dec. 20, 1006.) than Messrs. Shacklvford and
Mr. W. A. Russell, named. It Is possible Ei:: do for them we can do for your boy. 14
se Editor News, Palatka, Flo. Lamar were 101' aMOUR
Dear Sir: they were not as good and brilliant igII
I want to express my appreciation democrats as the complainants, but SCHOOL SHOES
of the holiday edition of the Mr. Williams and the vast majority

e FEARNSIDE CLOTHING News, whIch Is the In Its neatest typographical, cleanest paper appearance of the democratlo side thought they US are worthy your inspection. icnCPJ: s

that I have seen In many a year, were better and what they think go e. Gu
while its reading matter Is In tone What Mr. Lamar should have said Is Mia LI
with its appearance. You ought tofeel that "Mr. Williams refused to recommend uuuu Curry & Lane cuGU
proud of the edition, and so uuaa ,
and myself to
ought the pooplrt of Palatka, for It is Mr. Shackleford i icu
a credit to the city and the section. the Speaker for appointment. It Is ;
Your truly, one of the most Important committees :: j Palatka I Floridarr .. cHdeclared ;
: COMPANY W. L. OI.ES NER. of the House and should have
Commissioner Immigration and In- j n
diistrlal'' Dept U. 8 &; F. Ity. been made up In Its minority membership -, :n: .. rrreenertercennerreerfen:: :o: eae meo nmmDIn:: nnnaRn DR '.'
of the real leaders of democratic coeannaclRrlnra DDDGGGgGGGGGaaDaaaaDaa v rs ma

Christmas Service. party sentiment In the country\ :

Stbhtrkschurch/ will observe the like MYSELF and mr.hnckletord. the Buckman educational
: Patatt< Florida. ; Mrs. Merryd&y Passes Away.
.a following services for Christmas day: But even then Mr. Lamar would not law to be constitutional In a lengthy
T.Mla: 1 in holy communion; 10 a m.children's have been better understood til the opinion banded down by Justice Mrs. J. H. Merryday, who "lias ;
service In the church; 11 urban precincts of his home state. SliackKf.ird. Justice Taylor, whose borne long illness and muoh suffer

....A.._. .. a.communion m. high celebration and of the At holy this home Is In Gainesville, refused to ing with patience and fortitude, diAdyesterd"Y' <
.,.,.. -. .. seimoii removal the of J. afternoon at one o'clock.
... The by governor
e service there will be a I'l'ecll.llllusl. W. Perkins of DeLand us solicitor of take part in the decision because of She had been very low for a week or a
cal program. local Interest. The action of the more and during that time her death
,1.lie children's festival will be held the Volusla criminal court, for alleged
was hourly anticipated. When the
: relief to the
at the guild hall at 7 p. m., Thursday neglect of duties and without court will come as a end came she was surrounded by her h
fifts Deo. 28th.: great majority of the people of Florl-
the deposed olnoer a hearing, family.
: | Each morning during the week giving bitter comment directed d.t, to whom the location of the State Besldestbe husband, deceased Is
caused tome
there will be service at 7:30 has University Is of secondary impor survived by four children, all but y'
Oov. Broward, not
it against one of whom have reached manhoodand
DiatT'londsJlatches. What the want Is
tance. people
Narrow Escape. only In Volusla county, but In all womanhood. The funeral will
Q( Jupiter Tllghman the colored sawyer parts of the state. GOT. Broward some settled educational policy that occur from the house on Saturday. y
at the Wilson Cypress Jo's mill hill bear fruit commensurate with
and SilverNovelties appointed to the vacancy one J.1Jall
1 had a narrow escape from death during lix cost, and it does seem as If the East Coast Schedule '
{ cllentless lawyer : '
Brumaey young
the forenoon of Tuesday. Whileat Buckman measure would do 'just
ATSMITH'S work a big piece of steel broke of DoLand, and c three or four days The tlma-oard of the Florida East "'
out: of the band saw flying direct for after his appointment, Brumsey was that. Coast R'y will change but thin.
.. him and striking him directly In the with checks change will only staud until January
the Jeweler. E face. Tllghman; was knocked down arrested charged A Christmas Suggestion. 9th, when the wlitter
: 3 9' by the force of the blow and received without funds In the bank, which, One more brief thought about schedule will go f.erroan.nt Beginning a
: a loop cut from the forehead downbetwoen' under the law of 1006, la a felony, Christmas Rifts. It Is a with today train 89 will leave
\ Gifts' for Ladles or Gentlemen' Th very choicest of Gold and Filled the eyes and cutting his punishable by not more ,than 10 that your gift should be measure Jacksonville at 9:10! a. m. and arrive
Watches well selected st6ck of Diamond "ountllJ nose In two lengthwise. In the penitentiary. The by its Intrinsic value. Therefore It :at Miami 10:66p. m. Train 80 will
and But he dldn't lORe hi. lieaJ; he Immediately years Is proper that you should send tokens 'leave Jacksonville at 4:20: p. m. and
tf Ring and Brooches, Plain and Engraved Buttons, Scarf Pins III lumped up, blood stream- charge' Is made by Mr. Schmidt, that cost little or nothing. "There's arrive at Miami at 7:80 a. m. Train
\ !Hets.: Also Fanoy Neck Chains Oold and Gold Filled wltn Lockets ] 'ng from his face. and catching the proprietor the Sohmldt Villa, at rosrinary for ron-einbranoe 78 will leave Miami at 6 a. m. and
Roman or Polish: Brush, Comb. and Mirror Sets, Military !Set: In Sliver, lever stopped the carriage thereby Daytona. He claims that the Brum "Oh, but my frleads will say I am arrive Jacksonville 7:80 p. 01.- Train
French line of Umbrellas/ to be E averting serious damage to the mill for than the stingy." Very well. If you feel that 28 will leave Miami at 6:10 p. m. and
bes more
Ore check was
Ths ,
Ebony wed Horn., very { sey
) "" and the probable destruction of life wav about it do as most do. Givesomething arrive at Jacksonville 7:40 a. m.
'. tf obUlned. lilglnnan showed rare presence of amount. ,of_ his. _board..__ bill and that that! I is costly; !and_useless. ., There will be additional throogh
L "' B th trains between
mind under di lcutty. he ("acniniuiBWTV 0iuiiiB9y e something mac will oe hid away on Jacksonville and Ml-,
: -- iQ.v02fc! The Injured sawyer was Immedl.ateh' difference In cash. the closet shelf or will cumber tfhe .ml dally after January! 9th, and 10

; _..... taken to Dr. Steen's office It has been suggested (ulna there I. cobwebs In the attlo. dally train. between Jacksonvilleand
: where that physician dressed his In the charge, but all who But If you want to make a "gift that St. Augustine. a
Executor's Notice.To wound During this painful process politics Schmidt ;will know will be royally received, do this Bit For the present and until the January -
NNii 1 SM 'muiN' while stitches! were being taken know Mr. justhow friend schedule Into effect Palat-,
d YV1+ NVfWW'' h and credence to In sucha down and write your a note goes
It"may concern little place
whom '
take ka I bava
into hONOr will pr> In hU nose, he refused to an the or letter saying In substance: people will to Rup earlier
all month.fcttor the lo ih., to ease the pain. Dr. Steen story. Mr. Perkins, deposedsolicitor kindness to Is not to catch the Jacksonville ,
amount and vmiohora opiate "Your me forgotten morning
(int'ount m,Jnd.e nr Put uam 1.niiuty.KlorMn'' ftud I states that Tilghman showed more was elected to his office) by by me this Christmas day." Enclose train as It passes East P"latlt".c.-
Christmas Bicycles. r.IlI.'r: dt.h.tg. tnta,+ of Irotii A',)D tht. Tuckittr.further::lmlni-onasUAdmlulitmiur real nerve than any patient he was a vote whlob other rail candidate fur and away(Oil the beyond a small token, if you choose, tion at &:R4. Full Information. to R
| th n any
1'501' v..lDber,..Po 1"3."" ever called to operate laid' ticket. He was the people's choice but the real glftv-mlod ;you,.Is to be trains leaving Palatka will be sup
11 J. RP.CTOR.: ..., TIlphD1an; will be up several the message.Suppose plied by the city ticket agent J. II.
New ot Ik.will ut A.1>. Tu'kord > Dr. Steen he expects tor the office and the Governor has for Instance, to Haughton, or by the ticket
1900 ModelColumblas. and 14aMm says handed you were depot ,
HartfordIver Johnson jjk toymaka ol certainly taken a high courseIn .
; a nice Job healing the removing him. particularly on write to ;your pa.torol'' your editor agent.

F FT I other Wheel now,in stock atROWTON'S !p I Executor Notice: wound. .. complaint of Jeei.ii Alexander and (why not?) and say, "You have helped I a. &
me In the year that Is passing)
ar..d.. ',len without much an giving Mr. Perkins Ax EII..GUay XBJWU1lo
thnfe on BB
hereby (Iran bluer QUICK. better and .because of
am stronger
Florida. Will Notln luiiA,. wa.,Ulll make..anal.xamom ri"turn' uC of Palalka | such stickler for
vouutiiMM ard Is to be a purity
I and Jt>nklDiilotMMOil and similar Injuries. there Is nothing.
EJwurl S sod aid.
: lte, will end tMMnni0iH. o( y colic come on so suddenly: are In elections, be had. better tnfn In : Chamberlains .
an .uo as Paso Mmlrn.
.,and.|)ply" mr onr tllnotiHric" painful that Immediate. relief Can'.ou Imagine a more acceptable ,II
CI\It .lId IP.q t.heUt'" :S:* ( EUWAHOB. JENKINS, 110 extremely: the direction of Taylor and Lafav-r soothes the woumd and not only give Y
I.WNWr. AfcMA J.ONTLH.eANAII must be obtained. There noneoflsulty of the fraud it- Christmas gift Remember that
errs counties by power
A JKHKIN4Tit. of sending for a dontor' In such. rich gifts are poor If the giver prove Instant relief from pain, but causes the.
votes In
{:, W1MYMWmNAA- . . .MUt. .AA'AAAAAAAAwmmN. . . . . P..Ilu. .,rw II ll ua. ., oN.e.lf a bottle of Chamberlain's Collo, lent it primary Is generally understood counties he nnklnd. And the little gifts.-transient parts to heel by In the about usual-.trmtmtuik-tMnt tae ttmrequired All. j
T .... : IiiR..vl1le l t Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy: is .t enabled to assume his own ul i )T \ -- -- -- ; of 8.) A. linker was U Is sn aatloeptlo alt d....... from blood
residence when kindness and
a good
'ttJCROS prescribe
) hi No doctor
j can
; 060,700; ; box of lire on hand. .Is ,
\: nt, R .. ,;t ..or' CbrUtma-8 was destroyed by medicine. ror sals by: Aoketmsn-Btew' oh.er accompany them.' polsoolnf>> avoided. Bold by AOhr, ,,
lall'r..lkhllf g nt. nr sortMatrirpol.t oran e.\ r.pefrult or tengerlue.ur Wednesday nliht (last.. There wa. art Drug 001DpaII1.I. The Snpreme (lonrt of-Florida It.. ,That's all. mao-Stewart Drug. : Oom,aJJY:-.' -' I',7 '\. ,f?
,.!IIl.e,ria, Agentnbdl.Jaal'aua, : I 1 .e u ht.t..'toox.book Leave store. ordure M-H-Hfc now [but small iiuuraooe.. i rJrm 5,+

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i. l 8 8i I. -----k-----.: I the. music of my fiddle.VTth {Che ; -" :
THE PALATKA NEWS bead on her shoulder. and her 1I'0a\1 A1iimade The

ADVERTISER BY KBV. B. r.. MONIKER O. D. HIRCUS, THE around bill nock they would whirl
AND ly around In the dnwdllu' circles ,
Entered at the Palatka posfcoftlce Rev. Charles Allen Kill wood. D. I)., DANCING mazy. us the hoot' snys"

t. aa mallabla( matter of the snoondOlaBS. a member of the Florida Annual Conference "IIow perfectly: lovely! exclaimed well i l

", ______ of the Methodist Episcopal I BILLY GOATBy Judy Callabnn. to sell Inner)

Church South: was born near Fort "After the lesson was over each to :
P iMtshed at Palatka. Flo., on must be made
; Friday* by Bailey, Oft, February. 20, 1829, and nlghe I used to give tho gent all kinds

died at the altar of \tho church III MICKEY FINN of tnsty things like potato peeltn's, well. : I
;j, RUSSELL.CKERS.. Ocala, Fla., December 7, 11)05. cabliugo. Htunipn and curb like. as n wear
reward and 'tvran the habit o krepln'tbe
II iindred of h ports will long to
plncu Our
Wai. A. BUSSELL II. Copyright.. 190E by ffirnoM "........101.] goat hungry nil day tlint loJ to tin* : if"l '
: "* grind ]Unol!,
__ __. ttudeily, the chuplut of love on Ills 1111": "
r uionlhH
loss o' fortune. 'Twits tlnwt
was Christians 'voj mid PatrickDoolun my
l CHRISTMAS CHARITY. grave, but there will Im found, \ none fT the foreman of' the tfan I. o' strap and cnrrotx befoie the ipnt sales on : ispo .( Wr' purt.it'n. .

Ji to mourn for lila home-golnn MB 11111C. | could do dnrlnt heel nod work ax lurry \ to .
I ; A Christum,*' gift must works, bad summouod n ,goodly a toe : II\\ hh"" 'nn
expressaffection .
.rtly tee those who were taught: s ihceHsons and good will, or it !I Is meaningless. of lire at his line. For eb.tyyesue brate the holldny seasonami tile arrival I, months before lie would nod bis bend 8llOEiDII1IIOu13Pillill ': ,

It must give Joy or It U a (Ibis man of God mid nilnUturf of two barrels of IrlHb turf from and make a bow the some as If he was ::; .

1;! failure. There must be undivided > the Lord Christ went In and out his native town. A bushel of this pout I before an avrjonco." No Range! except Buck's can sta .a.ht\' search:

,.k pleasure In tho itlvlupr, or I It In a In the sight of lila brethren uimlalnd lay glowing In the fireplace. While the "Ilnrlc to that now," said Dougherty ] ott thorough inspection, ,.ItV'iv question

mockery. Unless It doeR nil these Itt find honored by them snow was softly piling Itself upon the, to Judy Callahan In a whlnper. "A liglit :

t la a laorllege. It In through the all., unsuspected window casings and the wind was tak. Boat nittkln' bowl" 1\ I ieh pnrt' of? r.in-kX t the inside.otout8: lle, i is

p nil that the lug liberties with the shutters Judy "As I said before" Doolan went on, this season;
combination of thorn '
1 never knew one junl like _him.: Callahan slyly pinned upon the lapel "when tbo goat. bad loomed to bow at the bont. Thi /l1'1'1i] > to .ptoves, Rung.en .
t bleat little tokens treasured
hum are ,
, .!, hit I lie combined In hlmvilf such el.1I.nts .,- of Dick Walsh, the letter carrier a a wink we made his bully suit. The amounts lo_>ver I Ihntt-rs. .. made
and Christmas I gladdest tor
;! of strenKlli with the softer vlr- sprig of Irlsb Ivy. By Inquiry from thing that cost the moat was tile skirt .

. t day of all the year. tiles of modesty and patience, that rheumatic Flnberty, who sat In the mado of red silk and shaped like a fifteen tons j

The frlvluuc of preHents linn becomu h. wns a man for whom one never Ingle nook nourishing his shins Dirk parasol. It looked like a hollyhock:

,'V the chief feature of the festival. Itt tad to ul'ol
even has made the celebrntlon of the him beat are his warmest euluRlats Irish Ivy Is "I cling to thoe." Judy' little green cap wid a red tassel on tho I

4 j nativity take secondary pluce. Goodwill All over Georgia and Florida liU shriek a moment later Indicated thatlP' goafs bead oDd a pair o' whit slippers pounds.
I whin allowed
on his feut. And we
toward men I I. recount-zed aa uf
Hlood for manhood and" eouitev '
ilin bis picture I tim the glass ho grinned
I' ; equal Importance with glory of OotI lu the !pathway of religion fun.ttilciKiii like a woman puttlu' on her Sunday

i j. I I In the hlghnBt. Material expressions -In. the march of that'mod bonnet. The tears fill me eyes whin 1 AC rrn n-8Iewml

l Ii. of olfectlon are In themselves, a form ern. Uuhucral. of things tuicred. hr think that only for tbat Joker Ileugnu ,

I'I of worship that In drawing frlxuda : .'HU up liko a great rock, laughing I[ might be rl<1ln' In me own dlvvll

I nearer together In aorteiiligantegon-: b..uk w.hIm Ills single atriMiKth the oncoiiiiuic wagon wid rubber wheels.\ Druij C9llhiauY. -

''J j isms, In disseminating cheer III relieving loices' of error amid wvll.He 'Ihe Brst public appearance of. the
4'' want and In Inculcating a goat as a bally dancer took place In a
can III be spiireil at Ihls time
barn In the Bronx. We fixed up a COAST
of lift mankind closer ATLANTIC LINE
I spirit charity tie held lilt traditions of auolunt K""-
stage wit planks and boxes and 25 ''W _'"
WW <
God and make earth to W
to nearer
; ::
t Iruth.
honor of unspotted
till!)', of cents was charged at the door. The

I. heaven. Often he grieved over the "evil maii- news got around and long before the

There can be no holler Hrntlment tiers of our times," but with an opto. time to begin the bow the barn wall Christmas I The Great Through Car Line From Florida

L attached to .a Rift on Hint. day than nlstlo faith believed that God wee crowded to the doors. Half the roof

J t charity, for It combines all that U III Hid world and would eventuiillynuke was gone oft: the barn, but that hurt

,4 good and tender In human emotion. tlilnKU rlxlit. HIsHtrength Iny notliln', for the nlgbt was clear.' I was J.I Dinner l CONNECTIONS :
for so afraid that the goat wouldn't do bill
There U a double Joy III charity, I..u tils tif Helf-coutrol. ills
''I It blesses two. Charity not only heart was alwayH fresh with time u.. work that I gave him notliln' to eat To Vast 1 t TJIK ATLANTIC COAST LINE via Cli.irlcnimi

gives happlnnas In the net Itsolf, but ilrailon. to conquer by lint .w..t of. for twelve hours before'he came on famished. the Hints.It the \r Hiclnnoiid and WIl8hill OIl.
stugo, and the poor beast was fair I
It quickens and dnvulops, for all nftur .
Vr of truth. Ha jrnippled with thoeellent Wbln I walked out on the stage(

f I life, pure, precious qualities of k zest time. lilOHt dilllculr, probLIIIS baud In' baud wld the goat, I thought( To I t Tint Louisville &; Naahvjlle via &fontg : mind and heart. (that are an "vnlowing It ,la quite a task for time busy West (
and threw over it quutiiliMi" of time awjence would go crazy. They '
the Mobile & Ohio R. R. via '
of HotisHwlre about this time of-l f MontRoi.iorVia \ .
uJ well-spring pence. morals or duty the glamour of pathos yelled wit sheer delight wbln the goat to soiuetuuuc nice for
to the Immeasurable made bU bow and In'the I year plan
comes nearer man
and .hllluellc" hough *
and fervor tusk
the Christmas Dlnnnr Thin Savannah' and Oociin Btenmnhip Company for
I between the sin of barn was on his feet and a hundred o' To ) [
space the consul mugs thou of hid purposes' wise i may be l saonod considerably by
E ast t I N"w York I'hilailelphia, and Itustiiii.
them bad cabbage loaves and carrots ,
this life and the hollneM of heaventhan atour store awl examining
that 'om"liuivii delayed, lila churin of life In their pocket to give to the goat, like J the tailing nice, now stuck of delicacies the I_ v-ln Norfolk and Steillner for Nt Y., Wash.. Bait.r. .

any other blessing man \anally, otrrlud him. to the Knul.: ,a time ladles bar bokay.: to give to the wa have on display. Everythingthat I j I Via !Siivasnah and Merchants &;:.Miu MTraiiBiMip'

know. HIM courtige mill dvvoll to duty _. .. ... play actors. As the goat whirled goes to complete, un elogmit SteaniBhip J .- tltloJ| | Conpnny for Baltimora aixl I'lula.
' t It In the fall of Adam there wa were of time lilnhest order. In the s _. -; 7 ._ around doln' a wait be would stop i dinner may be had here.

'I auy quality that did not degenerate! yellow fever epidemic at Key West. *AND now and then to pick a bit o' cabbageor If It Is lint convenient for you To' KEYVKST] Via l'ENIN'UT4AANDJilt 'i,*
; ; I If there was anything saved from during his pimt.0rate there, ho w'uIII THKCO OABUorit." turnip that some one threw on the to call Just '\>hoIl8 )oil order In to nncl l

.i j paradlae to remind humanity of an angel of hope nnd consolation. Information stage. But 'twa. wbat that rogue Rea- No. 84, ami It will leoulve prompt ANA OCCinKNTAL STKAMSHIP I CO.Iumterolmuengi.sble .
Dick bad taken advantage of the i
what had been lost It was charity. and eareful attention.
Visiting tlmrougiithe> dreary days and -- .
Just then Jack Doolnn the "
There I. much for us all In C'hrlnt- dreadful of that his i Wishing( you a very Merry J'
nights scourge heir to tho Doolan estate put
youthful mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of the .
i mae If we but take it. In giving to Christmas mid n U p|>y, Frosperous
words of prayer full upon the fast- his head Inside the door. New YHHP," and sollcllliiK. iiI tI of the Southern States sro on sale by the principal" agents.Through .
overlook the
friends we must not deafening ears of the dying, smoothIng "Father can I bring In the nanny? .m' couUuuaauo of yunr fn' or I am, Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, vU Atlantic East COMI
m richer mine of joy that lies In the the passage of many to the unseen Time snow \la fallln' on her through the Yours truly Line; also via Atlantic Const Line and Houthnrn Railway"

penny to the poor. land. amid Inspiring them to a roof. and she's trembllu' wid the I For complete" Information call on E. F. Jackson*Ticket /tgent or nddrens,

,, Christinas ls not complete, for us I if deatb' cowld." I For remirvaHoni and Infornitiliiu apply to Agwits Atlnntlo Coast Line or writ:
trust which robbed lu terrors i FRANK. C BriYLSTON, D'lit Pass Ag8nt.V.. D, BTABK, Trawling Fumes. A tI3H .
"Of said Mr. Doo :*c L. C.
we fall to give comfort to the needy and the grave of Its gloom. AB course, my son 4s. Stephens Went Buy street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida.
her In. We don't'want "
\ and cheer to the downcast. It Is a han heartily. "Bring .t .
1 t the chaplain of a Georgia regiment, H. M.EMEU8ON. Traffic ]\Manager W. J. CRAIG General. Passenger Agimit,
acred to for In it I U our milk watered. North
j ourselves
r duty of and Wllmlcgton, Carolina.
C. H.: A., In the days hunger "That's a tome baste have C ,
the best Joy that the day can give or Je' Kirby and! }lor,1< STcols .
\ dlHeUHB and death, his words and his there" said Flaherty "n w much -
that this life know.LAMAR'S I "
can life won many to tho service of rlghteousiii'im milk does she !give" Palatka, Florida.y A. E. WILON, OEO. E. WELCH, T. B. MEREltL.CAnnn.

-soiiio of M hum still linger "Two quarts a day, but she used to ; t I'KI
-CALL DOWN on them shores to venerate I he iiHmory give throe quarts day. before ber bus- .y, VHX>r>6r *iri y**&!(S

Without exception the democratic of their "Iultu,1| I father III Uod. bund died. Bhe's plum' away since that .. THE Putnam National Bank

press of southern cities condemn As he stood In the presence of the lime'poor gur'rl.has "'I said think 'tis Doolan.the lovesicknesS NOTICE OF APPLIC'A'I FOR 1
she Mr.
Congressman Lamar for his "play to bishop surrounded by his brethren III said Tax Deed Under B-clluu 8 of CluiHi4888. | or Palatka.We I
"Dear deiir look a' that, now!
t the galleries" of Florida by open d... the church In Ocal'l-t"tlfyllllt' to time Laws iif Florida -
always .
.1i',. Itongau! sympathetically. "I \ :
hut W. 0Towusoud. .
Notion I
fiance of the democratic leader Join I joy of the service of Christ-abeam said that nanny goats was slntu- .Is purchaser hereby glveu of tax rillluntv ..lIdl thn aocnunts of the people throughout Putnam County,; unil tomlor ii l !

Sharp William., on the floor of the of golden light filtered through the mlntle. And bow long Is the billy goat .e' .. No. m dated the 2nd day of Ju Y. the courtesies and innioilaUons consistent with. good Canlilnft.PALATKA. ;

House last week. Mr. Lamar and stained glass window, and rested on dead, Mr. Doolnn" A D 1900, haw Hied eal.l CHitlllonte lu ,_ i

: Mr. Shackleford had not been renamed his fuce, and tho wing of Azrae! .. Tls live yours the :34th day o' thin '-;* my oflloe. ami hasina'li/ Hi|>llunlli..i r"l i .: --::.:.-: --:::--.- =---+----+== .:-. !

I as members of the committee touched him and he was not. for he month". replied Doolan. "Sorra day taxdeed to Issue In accordance with law
Said certificate embraces the following -== J\:1.: tnaDl.: :
Interstate and foreign 'twas wbln we lost Ulrcus. A mora : :: :
on had passed into the fellowship of the described property situated In Putnam
gaynlal nor a more wllllu goat :you
I The reason assigned by Mr. Wll Immortals to be forever with the county, Florida to-wlt I
would not find In all Hnr-rlem. Burnbis
r' 1 llama for not naming them was that Lord. death was a tragedy and a calam WJ of nw}, and nwj of II"}. section .14 I Drugs Chemicals, Jhacr.l.a.o"Y"1! -1

l v, a* members of that committee In tbe The example of such a man ciinnoi ity." township 1'i, range 211-120 ..or lI.
I The said land babe aasessed at the
J, former congress they had refused toI be. lout. Reaching acrims two generations "How was.that?" quavered old man date.of the 'issua ice of';" such certificate I I PRESORIPTIONS '

support the democratic caucus ineas he has l left the Impress' of his Dougherty, time. stonemason. "HH wmKLxD TUB AROUND wrnotrr" Tocomif In the Dame of Unknown Uu FBEBUOAHDEN SEED.
ure on' the subjeet of railroad rate work on the b..artllllf ihuurf.inds. A 'Velll" resumed Doolun 'twas a less said certificate/ shall be reilnninoclocoordlng C.z. -_ .,.+ -=:::::::H5.: i>_ -e;;;;;:;;.

legislation. They bad placed thamselves soldier of the truth, I ho brIght/ steelof tragedy the way be was translated and gall threw that the !goat liked the beet. to law, tax deed wll lasue I _. .. -.. -
above and superior to luinlshed a calamity whin his death took away: lley: looked like little pieces.o' bread therein on the 30th day of Deoeiubur
party his armor was never the only chance I ever bad o' makln' a covered wid sugar. The goat pickedup A. D. 1906. m"m"m"mmm", "" ", ",
For this If for
opinion. reason no but threw back to time coming generations fortune. so many 0' the little chunks that Lbs Witness my official slgnatuie and l seal I
other Mr. William. felt that he wee this the. 2J.I of November. A D 1905
as he sank to ivst" !lI.e! level day
''TI. about goats continued, i crowd yelled to put Reagan out be- I
In not Mr. Lamar [SKA_] JOSEPH PRI E, E= PAINTS
Justified naming beams of the of as
sun rlK'HeuiiMiiestt .
; Doolun. "They are born wit a certain kuso be was stoppln the show and I Clerk Circuit Court Putnam I o. t'lnrMaBy I
and Mr. Shackleford for this com brightly\ and dlvlntly wheii." III II.e amount of edillcasbuu. Show me the bad hard work to get the (goat dancln' B. lioj'iuoiul Prlue dep. I'iern. -- 3 I

inlttee of the new congress. "My splendor of tlieinoiniug of his life hu goat that wouldn't know a cabbage or ,ag'ui. After that the gout seemed to that will wcnr, ::

1 brother would .have gone oil that caught the first rays uf tlmll earlier a turnip whin be sees It. Of course a get lighter and lighter upon his feet NOTICE OP APl'LIOATION FOR E VaLi >aptlr. Knlioinlntf, 3Iita ;

committee under the same clrcutu rising. Amen. goat knows nothuV about machinery.: unUl be hardly touched the stage. Tax Deed Uudur 8i>niluu, II of Chupte4UHH : E .<> otiil Vuni:Nh. f;;;

stances," said Mr. Williams. -- There was a goat that used to stop the There were time when he whirled Laws of For? hula. %

I '. But Mr. Williams seems to be n Master Was A Gentleman. horses. drawln a street car, but whin around In the air wldout toucbln' the Mutluo U. hereby given that ,V. (I. JAPAL.ACDO6E'S -
they put a trolley car on the track you floor, aDd the crowd gaspln' wid astonishment TownSHud purolinour of tux o..t.III..at.e. -
1 Judge of men as well as measures" A Boston couple wore recreating. couldn't find that much o' the goat aa at this wonderful beast. No. 85-j: dated. tI..4th. day of A pi II, 'ii'i |
?; t At any rate he seems to have located near Augusta and met an old negro A. D 1H'13. baa lied said certilluatu lu STORE,
$ would grease. a griddle. But a !goat can And while ba whirled b* seemed to b.gettln' wy
Mr. Lamar mentally when 'in coin woman to whom they took a fancy afllue, and hits. made npplcatlon for tniltfiul 3
wld and to bigger and bigger till b 'JmmmlUmml.UHmmm- !". :
invited her to them visit be eddlcoted sugar a strap wa. := ",
tl They pay a W Uauo la uuoiUiiiuM, with law.
!\ paring. hhn to Ma grunt' uncle the and the colored woman accepted speclnlly do tricks. Now, I suppose none o' ye as round as. a balloon the boys play i.ta ceilificatn ..njijrUH) the followingit

late Mr. Justice L. Q. e.! Lamar, he as her expenses wureto he would believe me If I told ye that wid. B* would go up In th, air, surlbwl \>rul..rty"lt..t..il In Putnam .

salJt "This great uncle POHHMHSCC paid.In. I taught lllrcus to dance as Qua a Jig wblrllu like a plnwbeel, for ten foot, uouaty Foitilit,
"superb egotism, but he also possess due lime she arrived in Boston or hornpipe as ever you saw In a thea and thin light on the stage soft is a Loll, W "'".k or rlvi-r vtHluii' 35lowasblp : .

,l', ed. to consecrate It, a' superb In. and wee Installed the house of the ter.:" thistledown, and fly up agln till he 1 U. rangu 6-1111.!| acme, Hndalitrge cold bottle are a Play Box Ball
white folks blue was given one of A chorus of disbelief arose. spun up farther and farther lookin'like Tho -1.1| I.mil b,,li g iu" u lit Id, good fiiinhlimtlon lunt now
u tellect. He didn't say the nephew the beat rooms, and ate at the sail I' "Yes," said Doolan, "and no Frlncu a red umbrella on a big punkln, date of tlii* fasti tin... of 11"" P-MI't fica/ ..:In I will i i I turn. lull the bottle amid Vipliarda'Alley] on Gl'iHinI.ot
was lacking in the latter quality except labia with her host and hushes the U""'.* and b ioo. "
could do-a finer tool ber wo through the hoi In
4 J by Implication.Mr. At one of the meals the hostess lady fan on uertluiiatm', shah be t' .', .' "." "., ",'I'.p I,lH. I lr. In m factor will I furnlHh"V Coder pew' management
Williams action has been ,"miid I "Mrs. Joins; you were a slaw, toes, as they say: In the heathen lan the roof thranslatd Intlrely. I tn law, ex .I.| ..H| w.111.| .. ill. em,, II ,it h. ,. l.lnvr hat Is hlgh-ltrlld8 ,.%.Iiea pta free Wednes.lay. tmfti'rmifl'0',
approved weren't you?" guage. You must remember that I won "And whet did lie goT" said the awestruck I 30lh, .. I"! Whii.kie.. Clime, Brniulle
tiny nl !I' .i.'i.',10 I i' .\ :,1 lI'u', >5Wliii > Kullly M I"rDr.H.
9 to 8. Ice water P O.
not alone by the southern "Ves, unarm," replied Mrs. Jones. very poor and I'd ba layln' awake Mrs. Cassldy In a whisper I ,_.. 'iij oim-l I .Un. .I'"r, i ....I Rums Wines, etc. Beer old :_, :_ _
press, but by almost the uuanlmou '.I belonged to Mars. Itobi rt How- nights thlnkln o' some plan by way"of "Homo o'"tho llttto boys slttlo'\ oc the I this th..',:M .1..> i.l ."'V in. er I II 3i B hv the tiegor cask. But Shove!

opinion of members of the minority; ell.. makln' a fortune and wbln my wife fence outside said ha wlot up In the direction [tlo>>''l JOSU'H"' i I'hI.k. wVTi'Jilivanulne HAILPIR .. DOUGLASS, I

side of the House. "I suppose lie never Invited you to bought the two kids to start the dairy of O'RIon. and others said Clerk cll'R'I' onurt ri,ln,,iu C". Kwtrlila' I HIM Osteopathic Physician. \
The Tallahassee. True Democrat eat at his, table? remarked the Boston the Idee cam to me like a flash I could 'twas toward Arctnrus and Mlptun b.wlnt. By B Bay mo' d Pi Ion, fep, td ik ....I.. ngel.t' ond ,il'su'Ad I
lady."Wo omn" KI Rmldroce, corOr ngo
cddlcate the !goat to dance. ,Wbln I got ."
published In Mr. Lumur's district honey clat he l ain't" replied J.. r. -- -, -
'. lies Mr. Lamar about as correctly Mrs. .)omies. "My miintttr wan u. that Idee In me bead I could think: of "And what was It that lUsgan gave NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB BREWER. Onrnbla Dlaensn;;; : snuoossfully twsfrft !
gentleman. He ain't never let no notbln else. Casaldy, bow much money the goat?" said the materialistic Walsh Tuea I Under Houtlo, "Clr Chapter TnUtka Florida. I wltbont drullI. thronlo ouses "e-" j
as does Mr. Williams wheu it stated I hugger Net at the table. iongitUlu trhim. do yon think a dancln' goat .could snxlous for an explanation\ of"the seeming soon uiws 01 loritia.. pHLlally lIcltcotl.'- tt
'1. Congressman W. B. Lamar, of tbl ."-Boston Herald.A earn on a theater stage" rqlracla. Notice U hereby gtvou that \V. C j

1 Congr"1I810Ilalllllltrlot, having' been "Well" replied Cassldy, "I should 'Twa. yeast cakes that the Townsend purchaser of lax u.rtlluat| jj
t left off of the Interstate and Forelg a Cltnrhrr. think that $800 a week would be none rogue No. 8>M>, dated the 4lh day of Nov. A. -j_ j
Commerce. Committee, had quite aI "I'm not particular about speed had covered wld. sugar, and the goat D. 18U!), has Fled ald tflrtlUcalH, In m II
too little for so a curiosity.' ". )
I tilt with Minority Lender %William but I mulct have u gentle: borso" re. "There" resumed dlgnaclous Doolan. "D'ye; bear ate fifteen o' them. office and boa made application for Uxilee.1 i Just receivedNew Study at 'Home 11
I, at the sesRlou of Congress on the 10th, punted :Sir. Ornou. "y,. wife wants to Ineue In accordance with law
and during the confusion which followed what Cassldy says? Three hundred n* Dld.-t Tr a".L Bald i-ertlfioute embraces-the .. .... .... "..W'.1 !-
Will followlni
drive ) warrant UHii __ .rf inrtr
the lilt !Mr. Lamar shouted I to you be see. you dollars a week for bait an hour's work Warden-Now, w* try to give our described property situated In Putnam r _..... .... ....... .0... ..... ::: ".. ::
ILU horse safeT'"Ci'rtaluly.
J "Mr. Speaker, he went to the .ewa. to" a day I Faith I felt tbe money In m* prisoners work of the kind they are accustomed ,county Florida to wit rAov't :;;':m.=';;':',,aor=.:u.' "'.".':i .:.,me.b' j

paper with It." Now. a ho goes Int '. said the dealer borao.reassurIns'y. ." ban I the newspapers more than cloee our "n 11 a regular lady's goat. An .old animal trainer told I was a traveling salesmanCleveland township 13. range DO-33} .pr.... rop. / "d' La.m'' ,..... -, "& 'E=-J;
I W. B. Laimtr when hu wuhes KlorIdiuns ",1>" are sure bu's nut afraid of any- fuo that cruelty and kindness mixed Leader. 'I The said land being assessed at the e.mb so: $.r"I::' T_"uuidt' to.- !

to know what grunt things h.. tbln [7" asked Mr. Green anxiously would do the Job. Wbln the goat _for* _'..1.. Wr ImvmtJ.Mr. date of the Issuance of such certificate! ::..: .,,wee 51iasPciatke.f.o.. .,. ..irI..... I
hits, done, or going to try to do? Oh I uiul for tbo tenth time. minded m* I tickled bis ribs and gave In the name of W. A. Bryan Uules Garden I.
Blinks that
that vain little darling of our. The dealer .assumed an air of reflection. him carrots, but wbln be got stubborn by paper said ecrtlfi ate shall be redeemo ( -
( balrplns were Invented In 1543 and-- according to law, Ux deed :
him Mrs.O'Brien .. will tesii roB
"What's the-mKtler with Jacksonville "Well tliore I 18 one thing that he bun I lathered with a strip Mrs.: Blinks-Dear me I How' do you thereon oo the 30tb day of December, Seeds NOTICE 011''. ).PPLI'!ATION ,.
remember the Chl.r4jH8
time. we
\ ,1" "dim's: all rlglir" At I..allt always appeared to bo afnil.t of ever you suppose women buttoned their shoes. A. D 1905.Witoess m T, x Peed Unde Button 8 of
[ bad teachlnl nircus to walk the
all who saw tint inngiiiflu- 04-pag' admitted across. and Unlocked trunk before that? my offluJal, signature and seal / Law of riorlds. B.
edition of the Tlinua-Uuioii lust Hun: since I got him. be con- room on his bind legrr this the 23d 1 day. of November, A O 1905, L For the Notice la hereby glwn tUllt115sw, :
cl<>ntlou3ly. "It. seem ai If he's ",'Deed I 40. Doolan said Mrs.. ( of Tsx '
(ISeall Holwd
:; tI"y l and an edition of II like uumbr Action 1* loqnenc Tb* eyes of the JOSEPH PRICE purchaser .
of pages of the Metropolis on Hntur: scared to Ccntb for fear som one O'Brien, wit], a reminiscent sigh. Clerk circuit oourt Putnam Co. Florida. No. 971. dated the Silk dlty of July '"-

day, would naturally nmftt Jut that might say 'AVhonT nnd b* not hear It." "Yo'll excuse- me ladles and gentl. Ignorant mere more learned than their By B Raymond I rice des. uiurk i 1903, ha*... led said oortlHcati In fur my t rL...

reply to such a query. here o in ben arsvBbakespr I tie,, and has mad Pr"10'1. i I.V.
.urer Index to the progress or pro.- A.el..t TIde. ........Ulo.. men," said Flaherty, rfclng and putting STAT Of OHIO,OlTV or TOCBItO, t_, 1EPlantin&- dead to .tasu w accordance with joilumwieddeecribed
p..rltyof any city or town (or It* ab. A primitive notion existed among the on his but, "but I must leave yt. A Lucas oomiT fVntnk ; Bald oertinoat mbraor. the
neiioe) than the character of its news. Romans and other ram that a bridge daaclu' goat .Is too much for my.vorac J. ('ktuior. mK-a nalhtlMt h* U senior WHEN YOU WANT : property eltusted lol'utu..1Doount
putnxrot tee arm of K. J. cheesy A .1 papers. They are the mirror Iron wa an offens and Injury to the rlvor ity. I'couldn't swallow IfWhen b .ln... In.""our o'Tnl..1o,mealy and SlaM* ,,. Floridatowlt' : 33range .
I which (III reflected the class of bust. god. as It saved people from being the door bad closed Doolao .f.'ee.Id.*n,5.. Ht.* Mid arm..1II ItA 7 II... .,mon Ftirni B,-of 1"1,' section J, township
ness men who-as In the case of Jack. ONU: HUXDKKD DOLLARS for '''"h sad tore, Mattings J7-80 aores.
drowned while fordlntf or swimmingacross went on: "Every night after 'supper ftvi>r en o at ot be Io..e.aeel t
sonvllle-drive thing. Both these Hall,' siarrh:. ..\'r""N't\ : J. ..r'Y.bPI"o.a To* Mid land being
and robbed the oelty' of a certain the tablet was shoved back agin the s .r Oil Cloths Linoliums SANDS eortllllllLe
great papers were tilled with live ad lo Iwfnr n* SaC snlMortb. In my Rugs BROS. date of th.l issuance of locb tT0es|
\ '-, .yertlHlog and a great variety of topic number of victims which wvr his due. wall. and the lesson began. And, would pmrarn, 1UU nit df ot Iwcambrr' A. O. laes. In the! urn of B. F. Cook. .

for general and entertaining For many cauturlm In Home propitiatory you boiler Jt It takes throe month (5eam... A.OLKA80ir.Celery. Pulilln. Art Square' or Window Ee\r'cla.) : laid oertlHiiat. shall be redeeehlaccording 1.1",,

log. They were the biggest thing. offering of human victims war to leech the goat to stand ou his hind ."' 1'.O lTrh Cur hi takra. Inunully and Dealers In U) law tax dead will p.
: In oewspaperdom over built In Florid made every year to tb* Tiber. Moo legs.for five minutest After that 't", .. ...... Utruolly on lbs.blood and. mueoua 'u,_, Sfoides, consult Instruments ElectrIcal Supplloll and -Id.as'eenoathe Wth day of.JanuaryI8witn A.
k. Jacksonville I II clean. easier. There was a little gar-rl nam4 tbaeystvm.. 8-n l for Mtlmoni l flroe" Batteries ":to. ,
a agresslv and women wr drowned, by being r.J.omsiqayao.yom.doO.nid Dulldllll& wired and 54IIbis 1
city and a pace setter for the eltie of bound and flung from the wooden Snb- Ellen next door that took s great tnt_ '; 1 b,0rem.mu' t>rli. 7M.r R S.: MOONEY. for Electric Ligiffs .* my 011I.(IIllfnaeara A. B.ta3) .,

tb* new south. Every traveled vIsta lichen bridge, wfclch till nearly the end mt'ln the addlcatloit of the goat. MM W .
tor 11'11tell70u\ that. How fortunate<< carry: a big line of these goods an4 -
till was about tIle slaw of the goat whinha ,
of the republican period was ecu Chulo* :Newest Styles Autocrat lckEPft priCE.uitCouFutnainC0.0r
then to bav Imbued are making "
!I with th newspapers of so and only bridge across till TIber InBom stood up; and:'twas1' pure Joy to sea Stationery Just received .'at Goer) ... exceedingly price now mi' you wantt ,oernmoney'swo }
and '
spirit so earabl OI1 !
progres << -
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p 0.1', trlpplae-. ad lreepuatlnat 'tween In that there the knot Is a decided and tho difference mile. be Orla-ln of tb.Sl.Wl-... lwarbTBo It
t 01 It. Sad certainly about time to have la Tho Hands. With a .....1. "Hotloulo" Uot It. ilia... From a <;..!.... ...._!... 1
In barking It thoroughly cuMtouis of Of
JJ1clhOOS In Vogue Spain and FaMgnl rt understood that tha two Weed lu various mourning a* prno. the "woodeu walls of England," "Vote" Is a word with a curious his About 000 years ago Japan was

b l,,' llnlf Iho cork much In the Sllll1e Tho not tho sums thing. It seem easy aro seem at lint night Porte of thu wOrld the grunt/ sailing Hlilps In which Admiral to To the Roman a "votutu" was a threatened with an Invasion from con M

11M' pretty II otJ'octed when the enough to remember that a mile la only tlon with each other to. liuvo Halo rolii- Nelson won his victories, and of the "" ..." << promise made to deity.. From tinental Asia, much as England was
parking or.rllUOn sufficient strength to about SI per cent of a knot the latter ward grief wblch or wllli the Jn- men who woiUc'd. thrill, a cl'Ulowrltes: In solemn promise Itself the meaning threatened with Invasion by the Span.

tr' tins acquired/ handling, 1* re- being approximately 0,082 feet In to typify. Yet they sire Riinponod "Thongli beautiful to behold and teirl- ble \ "votum" gradually became the iards. The beaten Spanish armada f
"'"toml, I the by tho (OKI I','ioo' : of n lit ble or Intense wish that dispersed and
Win operation whichtaci length, while the statute mile measures tIe patlenco tj .tlght with, those old<1 nof-war accompa was by a storm, Japan.
('.( ,,, It has attained thetoU 0,280 feet Tbree and one-half Dillon be discovered many lexeiiiblflii' "< stray were niiiro, often than not to bo .! the promise and then any Intense was delivered In much the some way.but .
t when are equal, within a small among them. The wid low's l- of son b whatever Bo far the develop without an engagement A Japanese
WUlA'1* fraction, to cap, fur tyranny uud |
"" of "tree three knot,. The result exmnpla, chiton bock"' to retcbedness. The xlo- the proceeded In Latin, and "vote" writer, Okakura Yoabllabura.III ,
? IS' la left to this of this difference tho days of louse ot tlio
the anclvnt Eitypt, : press gangs, which selzud(: Into with '. "Tbe Kublal
lint sub- of course, Is that the igypilan stay English the same ;) : mighty grandson ;
regenerate speed of
to of
JII"'II'8cent state effectedat In- vessel In miles per hour Is l always a. token the lieant mid head' III* n men all ages and occupations, was no..I.. << When Ban Jonsou wrote of of the great Genghis Khan, haughty!
squint 8trl(>pllllll being larger than considerably of mourning.' ')'ho womi'ii. In but a prelude to the oppression that lend, votes", to heaven he meant not with his resistless army, whose devastating
at not 10111 tbon three 100r8, stated In stead of culling( oft ho( hnlf, follow.... Decent luuu meeting resolutions, but Intrepidity taught
even Europe
trraaie the tree will knots, and the confusion of the terms It by conri-illi! won herded In In ) prayers. S
mulcr this process a clouo cnp. Tim ItnuuniH, discriminately with "vote" Its to tremble at the mention of his
'n1 for upward sometimes gives rise to rather oho iiilllaus tbo rights the acquired present name
NDIIDlie, to Uirivdaud boar .to not re- claims of speed remarkable I were as a race clean shaven, shoved of free born Englishmen were rudely have the formal and emphatic ex dispatched an embassy to the Japanese
bark performance. tho head
of IGO roars.. If the maturityX When a twenty knot ship for In mourning and yvro u wIg. snatched from them-for them tbeuve- \' of a wish, while the old sense court to demand the subjection of the '
ortlllclnlly l It will oa example The black baud on IhoWleeve l forward' there was no taw with Its double ""ow." country The message was Indignantly
Itself. This( Is Is lightly mentioned, It should be n* n save the ting,
nod of bark'CVrl membered that this re- sign of mourning' cornea to na from the( will of that captnlit and the dread nitlcles for That openwork bag for shopping, dismissed Enraged at this, Kublal
really '
Scd by the fresh growth little ogee twenty-three miles.means a days of chivalry. The Judy tied a scurf, of war. Hboru, going leave nun den. a reticule gets Its name directly equipped a large number of vessels
/ \h. with Similar' or napkin, as tho IJllllelltel''lIh'f1111 noue\Utuiit, Ibo food was atrocious the Latin "retlculum," "little with the choicest soldiers China could
? are
'Jy higher
barking I. : figures, which
of the first are often called, about tho arm of tier knight and scanty, punishments Were barbarous ." Popularly however the word Is furnish Tbe Invading force was successful
glibly nity
Ylw stated, the <<
or difference
tanned corcbo bornlo-bornlio the terms Is between It ho was killed In battlu she wore the and the only thing served out with with too owe Us existence to the at first and committed massacres
second .tripSnsli worth
; Tbo cork of the mind. It will bearing In band in memory of him. any liberality was rum on which the the that when an Englishwoman, visit In Ikl and Tsushima, Islands lying

called polas, or secomKiry cork.from the forming of ridiculous help to guard against Black bus so lung been the color of uii'ii gut. drunk and then wore flogged It the first Paris exhibition with her between Korea and Japan. The position l-

TIll work of removing the bark by vessel's capabilities.Co estimates ota grief In Anglo,Saxon countries that It 1 for that offense at the gratings next bug In her baud the Parisians was menacing. Even the steel
t performed In summer seems a part of tho upside down civ uiornlug. "Ridicule! The Englishwoman, nerves of the trained samurai felt that

nunTlio are ThedInxtTamentssate of, ilization of the cast that Jnpau and. "10 Nelson's time the seaman bud ber, the exclamation, Is strange thrill a patriot know. Shinto
fa (M. n day used Poor Jlk..a at PllKrlm.. China wear white. But no longer few pluuHuicg save the piospoct of a we to have thought It the correct priests and Buddhist monks were buoy '
for the, work ore au as, a lover and a The cow pony Is of distinguished than tho time of LMUiibc'tlj the unfor ngo hot fight and his dally pint. of ruui. are tlon of "little bag" and return- at their prayers. ;

for tho cutting of transversalKM. lineage. Ills ancestral home was tuna to Mary of Scotland: wore white lint to these must be added the vainglorious and to England calling It a "reticule." "A tremendous Chinese Beet gathered -

The Bret process through among the Moors of Barbary, and his on tho death of Uuruloy. Even satisfaction be took In his the Philologists claim that the phrase to In the boisterous bay of Genkal I

.blell 1 ao bark Passes after stripping pedigree"reads back to the "Qodolpbln the bounce used for children. Is WillIe now, clothe When rigged out In his best 'I'rlhll"n" like a top" comes from the In the summer of 1281. At last the

u tlmt of boiling. This Is sometimes Arabian. Innocently associated with and In England the mourners at fu ho icquvutly" wore rings lu his ears and "dormlr comme une taupe;" to evening came with the ominous glow'

dono lu the woods, but more frequently the Spanish Invasion of Mexico; his I novels of young unmarried silver buckles on his low shoes, his like a mole. It la .said, too, that on the horizon that foretells an ap-

lu Uio, cork factory. In large special- race was already established on tbe wear hatbands anil minims of vhlt persons short blue jacket would be decorated and '. slippers were not made of proaching storm It was the plan of

Iy constructed caldrons, In which the plains of the southwest when the May A queer English custom In that wltb gold buttons and colored ribbons .but of "valr; the old French the conquering army victoriously to t
bark l II l left to boll for upward of an flower landed. In the centuries that decorating, elm block hearse horses of sowed down the seams to give an addi any be for ermine, which In time became land the next morning on the holy soil '

.. Tills seething process IncreasesZ followed he conformed his nature to long false black lulls. with,I fiend" gayety, his waistcoat might be Into "verre," glass.-Chicago of Kyushu. But during this critical

llckor18!, and elasticity of the cork the requirements of the pining until more notice on a sneer\ They In attract no red or canary, anti a black silk hand that night a fearful typhoon, known to this
and ,t the same time the tannin and he flttod them as the camel fits the than, do the black LUeivool kerchief would be knotted loosely I sight day as the 'divine storm,' arose, breakIng y
other feculent substances generally es- desert, and became so perfectly to nets used lu 1hicountry s round Ills throat As the finishing A Sboo That Altered HUtorr. the jet black sky with Its tremendous
biltiK! In the bark are deslccated.-I/m- adapted to the work of the cattle range grout many sensible horses.A touch his hair would bo hanging In a In the fall of Anne Doleyn the roar of thunder and bathing the a

dou Queen as to make It doubtful whetlier the that people piotest CUD dove his buck. Thu broad collor.We..o prepared overtures of reconcilia glittering armor of our soldiers guard-
needs of the cowboy evolved tbe cow barbaric wearing tokens of mourning In t n first worn as a protection against so favorable to King Henry VIII. Ing the coast line In white flashes of

lloner I. M. Among the observances of the fan- produced the cowboy.-Country Life loss and or greatly modified, but when lug the pigtail. was sent from Rome earth shook before the mighty anger

droann, or Now Year's festival. In Madagascar In America. individual grief actually come Into tbo lint all these frlppurles were discarded be the dispatches, and when within of nature. f
Is the eating of mingled rice life 0110 discovers that tliere whets the guns were cast 1 loose all day's journey from Calais his horse "Dawn of the next morning saw tbe '

and honey by the queen and her guests .. LifeVorth Is a strange, subtle fitness In gloom from tljc'lr lushing and the linstocks belief 1 a shoe and tell lame. A. It was a whole fleet of the proud Yuan that had, 1
la garmentnnd that they answer to Wneed e the determined to darkened the water for miles swept
Ibo same country honey Is placed were lighted. It was the custom of the messenger
In Those people who that life Is .. day
say of the soul for ;
tie ended! water of Ip'l..kUnS used at not worth living dad It because silence and sep men tx lieu 1I'0luginto action to strip to will a day that the poor animal might completely away Into the bottomlesssea

the blowing of small children. Ancienreigloul t they do not to work to so make It radon the waist. They took their black silk and recover. Next day the Journey of Genkal, to the great relief of the
go but the that Lon horror stricken populace and to riser
ceremonies of the heathen worth handkerchiefs and bound them very resumed on day
living. Why docs sadness overpower tightly round their Th. was reached Henry bad been unspeakable disappointment of our determined
frcaiiontly employed( honey but It was them? Ie It A BnHer Mui heads over their At e
much harder for
forbidden, ns a sacrifice In the Jewish them than for It Is .shied on Ito authority of omc ears,, so that tho roar of the guns might I to Jane Seymour, a Protestant; soldiers Out of the 100,000
others type
to see tin and
had been beheaded and all warriors who manned the Invading
ritual. WilblllIk or water It was pro suffering? What r In the Confederate army Hint aliniky not deafen them for life. ItVIIS'"re hope .
right have they to mule decided thn marked that men going Into I reconciliation with the papacy three are recorded to have. ,
Miloil, by Uio Greeks as n libation to add their fcnttla oC Get al- ysurvived
to the
weight world's burdens '
end. The cast shoe bad the destruction to tell the
Its ili'iid A honey cake was the ? I. It tyburg. The southern and northern \I'ny.'OI'e a sullen frown, however an
a sign of Intellect to be ''
tale their
i the bent of English church to crestfallen great '+
troops both merry they were In their talk."Methods .
tuonlbly fowl of the fabled serpentipiiinlliiii cowardly And do these people not wore attempting to reach cold. ,.. khan." l
of Iho acropolis of Athena dream that the spiritual which au eminence tho position of whirl followed In that day were +d
power .
A Lotto From Baropo
Perm, 'Inn aborigines offered honey to makes such an Intellectual condition practically dm'titled the battle, nut! tin the curiously primitive and toilsome, butn \{.... Struckoll-Paw, Emmy writes A Ua.lne. Talk."Miss .
tintin., Impossible Is vastly superior to any southern column was blocked by were undoubtedly satisfactory the most Interestln' thing she's do Simpson." said the young
-- -- power that the Intellect alone can attain. balky mulo just long enoiinh to cnablo save to the nameless and numberless ocean secretary of legation "I have opened
In the hull trip Is the Sphinx says
rha Klml n...ln.M Wo.... .-Elizabeth Feabndy. tbo northern troops to gate the eminence ullors who met grim death on the the ; negotiations with your father upon the
We duu't |'iierully associate the Bl! nnd so that balky mule really block and blood stained decks or !In the just loves It Mr. Struckoll-Well, subject of-er-coming to see you .
write to Emmy to buy It an' fetch
dark horror of the cockpit That those
bio with) business matters, but If you decided the battle. oftener with a view ultimately; to
.. home with bor. Like to see one of
stbor.arp a. a 1'.1..10.. hardy and careless men often faced !
won told to home the Drat businesstvoiimn forming an alliance, and he hoi responded
mtmtloued In Uio Bible wnat Nobody should write who t Is Dot firmly Lack or Good Wnnnirtmrn-t. deatli or disablement with a jest or a darn things myself!Brooklyn favorably. May I ask If you

would<1 you coy? possessed of the Idea that he has a "I beard Crabba say bo had new cheer oulv renders their unconscious you will ratify the arrangement a. a mo,

It wni rbiirioli's daughter, "becauselio vocatloni for literature and Is Dot willing had snob luck In Isle bmiliiess as bo's s heroism the more Impressive."-Chicago own 7I I Zl.... Horodlty- dos vlvendiY'"Mr. .

.took a prophet out of water.-..N.W to endure the penalties of art torthe having now, but I 1 didn't' understand News.A do your two little boys re von Harris," answered the
York Times sake of serving art If a person whether It wan good luck or bad. I Mrs. Flitter daughter of the eminent diplomat,
who writes In that spirit makes a living "Oh, lie meant bud.. luck, of course! of "don't you think It would have been a 4S
curiosity lathe shape a puffball the homely boy looks like his
Most people' when they buy experience he earns It. It be makes a fortunes It It wore good luck he wouldn't speakcf and more graceful recognition of my administrative ,
bead 1 Is
as big as a man's on ixblbltlon and acts like me, and the pre
don't get a bargain. SomervllleJournal. deserves It.-New York Times. It 'luck' I If bad asked
at al alL"Phlladelphl1.elg > his entity you
lolnbom Me.
In a store at Bow< one looks like me and acts like his
::+>-r. earn; ."-T.lfe! me firt--Chlcairo Trlbano %

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House Furnishings of all Kinds

A pretty Rocker{ Every woman

gives rest Chairs Tables Pictures etc. likes to see nice ,

t Rugs Lamps
to the Dining RoomFurniture. r

Housewifeduring ''

If you can find an assortment Our Lamps are light

the day It shows -
: enough in price to suit

of Crockery and SANTA

and comfort the slimest pocket book, refinement.We .

to China in the city equal to and of design and quality are showing

will find that beautiful and good enough 1
Hubby at you
this week
aHandsome "
to suit the most refined

But, why' their prices are at least CLAUS taste. lot of .

should not oneethirdmore. China Closets, :

every chair. in '
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be the comfortable house ? Has Provided a Bountiful Assortment Side Boards \ .,*'(,

and Buffets. <

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.:' line, of t-A; of Good ThingsSuitable We have them 5''} ;41 1\

': Chairs in several 1; )
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Handsome' andComfortable. ; ... all

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I' chair ''at'50C' / 'we Goods are'

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i The entire stock of the I. M.1: Meyer Company, Palatka, Florida, conr ; oft S .
\ 'Cast two Days of Hast Cwo Days #l ;" ,

j. : I the GreatSensational a! sisting of $40,000 worth of the world's highest grade Clothing, Fur- the Great jf:;, ',':''

'Ii = Sale. R= nishings and Hats is thrown on the market to be sold regardless of I Sensational Sale.I 5 5&SUB .'

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l .r lit Triday, and Saturday .5 '.
Triday Saturday..
; I ._ lit actual cost or former prices. Sale lasts until Christmas Eve. :;
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"I x' I A bona fide Sensational offer whereby $40,000 worth of liens wearing Apparel will be sold at unheard ridiculous. prices. Never before in the records or .':\' yj

1 : memory of man has such high-class merchandise been offered during the pre-Christmas period at such ridiculous prices. Everyone knows I. fl. Meyer Com- -;f, ': :

t 'R- pany's qualities are the best to be had in the Southland. But we are terribly overstocked and must unload regardless of the consequences; hence the littleness., .'; "."-'t1"' ':; .

) ( of our prices will stagger the Imagination, annihilate competition and pass beyond description. _;>' ;vrfj "

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L Be on Hand and Get Your j Share of the Bargains :4* ".*"-

: T! MEN ,! MEN !II! MEN !III.! The greatest values on earth stare you in the face. The important question is, cant jj J: '

: j ; ( you, dare you, in justice to yourself, afford to overlook such an opportunity? The wreckage of values is com:*::2:r:" :"

: ; 1 plete. It will pay you to come a hundred miles to attend this sale. ?'. ,":.V. *.

1,1 A SQUARE, DEAL TO ALL One Price to All. Everything marked in Plain Figures. Don't miss this grand opportunity; ;'

}1, j to save MONEY. Don't hesitate. Don't falter. Come every days'. ::.: .

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;:,/ I:i' Men's Clothing at Sensational Prices Over 10,000 Pairs of Trousersto Hen's Shirts at Less than the Material. Hosiery'' -. ":/1:1. ,'' .I:

1'11 l W. .liow no mercy to price lu this depurlinenl. be sold In this sonsat loiutl .Rule In ten dB"" Ilene ni Costs to /flake Them Til" .rnndeatopprtatiryofyunrlift; Oulv the l).,..tbltiuiuuil ." .. .r"
I' : Thousands of dollar worth of .the celebrated: trfrousHro : less than you can buy the cloth alone for todll)'. 500 1r.-..'* NVitlUx"; Shirts. made of flu* pent.rear> )(rad... mu h..ro quoted for lus. thou H, costs. .. to'. ':. a
1 j .. clothing Hint arastrlctlybanJtailoredandegnalto 2.IKKI' pairs of Mews, Trousers, regular values. $1.60, S.-i.'''ntlonal h"I..rt| 1k in. .>
: r ..... One custom work doublw the price. .Price quoted] Sal Price . ., ... . . .. . 75.ca.OIJl colors.with cull They di-tachxd.c i t. for the next ten day. lees half than regular.2GO : ) j pnlrs of Men's Trousers of a .w..lll1ne of fabric 11fiitthlonablrt leas I b.,75e.HeIitatlelwl. Hale I'rlce . 3 )c H>c pair /Kensatloual. Hale price I . ,. : t .au16a ',;':.
I Men's t4uita made of strictly all wool fcmcy wonted designs.correctly IOn de. Positively', worM MCII'II Nelrligt.e Shirts made of .. I; block and tan Hose. worth 15c, Sensational ante. ., .hfi.lt.. !
, J and cnevirt and tweed. in a grand rnnga of mixture.. $2:I 5H a pair Senautiuiml. Sale Price . 1.O1) terns, all. vice. Regular value good$1 madras i-iich, H""tJ.,1 pr, t'% pat." 1"1 lc,.. . . . . . . . .901-, :' ; "'::'- :'",
I the like of which you have never seen I'alatka. regularly Kale I'rlfp . . :25c; niid.luiqunllty: black iiiul tint hoer, alr 'sntiie with ". t' '
2TiO pairs of MHII worsted and ntsaiiiiero 'IroiiHera In |j )c J"+
I priced at. $10. "SMiiational' l Hale 1'rles.$4.9866o ) 100 dosen. Hhlrih In whilr.e(. other rn'S""RaUonal saIn, .. 'JI'.J.
Negligee 18
moat literelse lip( to U-ln li waist measuru. Kfjriil" grand ms.mlile of il.pmlahle price : \' t.
I I Men' fancy worsted, and casslmere suit, made III value $;.1 it pair Seneational l Sale price . ..88 .,Ir".t.. Regular. values! up to *.(), KenRntlnnalante iliu and a'Mi r 1mllty' liip.n.' I d hone, Hensstlenal sale' c.t EMen's
I the height of fashion, trimmed coat, in and sing Is finishedrrgelnrIRvalue. or double breastecstyles $:iC8 Instnml of $6. for MPII'A fine worsted trousers Tills price.. _. . . ? . ggd rl : . : : I. . I. ,. .t,
band made So lin.xn !Men'a\
Negligee Shirt. "lJIbrIWlne"" the
.l iuclntle. the moot desirable dmi'R'lc H d I importviprocluctiiinii. novelrv.taple '
". They clI"lIotbedl'IUc"ttod for the price In the ptttern. that are shown today. Regularvnfaea '
Fnhrlesofthen? t d.l o ml ible cli'imo Night Gowns /
i and Pajamas
Male Price *0.D8
(State of Florida. Httnaatlonal to $::J. Sensational sale. .at.-
: I ler. color flfecln .uchavariety. hat I ..atlKf. "olli>.. Is. up price 1.14 ,
, 2\) extremely handsome very flue quality worsted and nsHured.Vlillx the finish l" the kln.1, that benr. ,the Sensational Sale Prices ; :"
' I cheviot uit the standard make and iiiinmlclmble stamp or..the blithest art tsllorlnir. :!u.Q ,pairs Included. l lIn Christmas Neckwear ""' ;'

; patterns Pricit; .:and. . .fit. .,. .regular. ... .values. . .. .$15.. Hcnnalionnl. .. .../#8.1)8 Sale: this Una. SeanatloualHale priue .. .. . ii.UH yond Recognition: Slaughtered Be-. 75ogrtvin T blip,, bensallunal'" fancy and sal. plain" price, madoof. . good. .qualify. . .of. ..mmV;'mt. ..-..; ., ::::".."
'I l $1' and *"" '*"' and 1 G'
Boys' Suits and Furnishings at Sensa- Beautiful assortment" of four-in-hands that I. M. Merer ante! p'rlci1"1'0 .'. '. . .1'1..111. .' lIensatl..I.--: :..7.1e,: :.,.rt...:..,tam-\
at Co. have
$20 Suits $12.49It been noted for selling at Cue, titmsational aaleprice .m'f1.1iO '
tional PricesA .. .. ... ... . ... i9C .... and..$a sale palainHH.prlcH cut. full. .,.made. In perfect fuVniVs. ::.. : B;:....;
well. known fact that the suit old bv r.M. MeyerCo. .. .I.] ek Jr ,
I. a TCovalueji four-in-hand or tI. Sensational'saleprloe )
I value.. to be hud for I Hi* . .. ..... string $3 GO p..J'] imaa very flue quality Sensational Sala. '
for $20 are the best money. chance In save over GO cent In the : .. .. .. . .. .39c:: .1,4g -.; :'$ (
This line embrace all the 1WO5 novrltli-n innde In the per outfitting boy.l0ChlltIrrn'.KneePetite $1 value in Anc.its, Imperiand Four-ln-liandx, strict \
ii approved styles. Long coat with close titling cDI".ra.all ; in pretty. nobby pattern.. |1.9' .well novelties. Bensatlonal eels| price .. .6oc Umbrellas : '. .
; suit, .
values tieiisatluii.il
:t are baud made garments: tailored to perfection. Ki-iruliir fl.7 a price 8Vc35O ? Will make. speedy clearance. ". :
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Clilldreu'a Suit cut the latent sewed extra $1 and ..60 ;i
.Lyle. way Suspenders at Prices in Keeping With $1 Ulllbrell..ti..n.aUon..l.ale price..78e, :'
'strong with silk thread. All site for (Ih.. little tot. as.mall this $:intubrrlbueHeneatlooalsale price ,.. .. $1.98 .
,f. $:.!:and $2b Hulta at $14.98. a. ii'l year and as large a* 10 year. Formerprice Great Sensational Sale. $4.60andiumbrellas. Henestlonalsalepriee$3.17 ..'. '>jS5SN
. S ; This I. a grand of fit vies collection with excellency of suit creation.style In In which a variety perfection -I up to $J a suit Sensational:! sale. price. . 1,71)1&i'hlldren' 75 down Men's Suspender worth 20c. Bale price . .He .j/:/ .
I All of our popular Jluo sale _. Sweaters :&
of dletlnctnovelty psuero..lnclndlntcall thepnpulnrover ; Suits all ages, representIntc strictly .II price ll c for Athletes. : ;
1 All of our popular 000 . .. ,
r plaids. Dark wonted tweeds, mixtures and plain wool rubrics of the very bent mitkes.. Regular values Suspenders sale prIce. *: Those who want the ---'fi.t
/ss worsted unmatchable In the State of Florid. at any up to $!. (Sensational sale price. . : . .. .li.Jl "tend this .....e. beat 1".lv8 styles should I ftt- '- ..

i price much les. than our regular; .price.. . .$.:aj. and $:lIi 2uO Children' Suit in strictly the very best quality fancy CollarslUOdoxen ) dozen Men's nod Boy's Rw..aten worth COo and (Ira.. '"vv." '!IfA -,'.V4". JrSensetlonalsale
values, Sensational Sale Price .I\I..UH\ afno prIce. . .. . 'f'jj x
for cheviot and worsteds plain blue l ustyle any Linen Collars In all the .. .. ;.. ..39c '
a grand bargain popular "
Youth' Hult. ( up shapes nil Mcn's cud ,
200 representing @
Jloy' :Sweaters.
the mind conceive. values
can Regular valur. to .. regular .
1 I Christmas-suits for the boy Regular who wean values long pant.to $8 No 60. :Sensational' tale price . . . . . . .3.H954x Mdoxen"lze Linen Regularvalues: (Jollllr., .lIghlly HeilsiUtTTiml.oiled. price tallies, 7c ehadee. ram .. H..Uuna.III..leprlc.. .... . ...... .$1. .,..In.. .69c all. :"'a.'i8S
these up Regular l .
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more Sensational after Hale arc Price goue.. . ... .. . . . .*\ dv7 ) doe 3fothere'' fo'rl"nd" Shirt Waists for boy., made l&c. Sensational sale priue .. . . . . 3c. price#..1.0...q..lltI.... .. .'. ..ever..1. .. .".". ,".".=..... .o. ."s. ... .iionai. ..$ lain. ..t ,}'r... ,(J /
160 Youth's Bulls splendid make., elegant quality of fine percale. Former price up to 75o, Sensational *:3.60 and Ri 1.39. .. a :
4 ; fabric. Regular value up to $13.00, Sensational Sale price sale.. . . .. ... . .. . . .38c4iX Garters Going the Same Way -- $5, 'qualities/ (grades*beet fret 00101'8.111' ."ocVIO8eu.aiSon l .$a..9 t .._ '' t
:;; . .. .... . . .. . .. .... .. #7.4S .very. our Sale ,,*. _. *
Price ) pair or Knee Pant. go at. per pair, lYe, worth 4Oo Brighton' Garters. 26a valu.., made of Uk. AIIt'atl..n,1 price. . .. ,. . .. . . .$3.4 iii .* :-v Bk Snen
i 2UO pairs of Knee Pant go at, per pair Vie worth 75o. Sale price ... .-. . ... ... .. . !Nc .;..r ":" :
,, I Overcoats at Sensational Prices Men'. Hats at a value saving that ha never been ItiMton.allk velvet grip Uarters, 6uc 'aluee. Sensational s Winter Underwear .' 'J
:; back In black equalled. If low prices will Bell these good there will aale price . ... . .. .. . .. . . ... ,37: : : (EAt
I ( Full length Overcoats, plain or strapped not be a single dollar'. worth lute at the conclusion of Sensational Prices.: '. :. -IXS:
S values $10, S"nsa- ,
cheviot. Regular "
'S tlonal melton Hale or fancy Price. . .. .. ...... ...... . .3.O7 tills Hale.JGOMeu's. Handkerchiefs Fleece shades Hued. shirta. and drawers. In Several dit1'ereit,'. ::; r
Overcoats mad of splendid quality fabric, cut Felt Hat In black and brown, strictly up-to- IfiO do en Men'a white h.mstltehedhandkerchlef.. Kegnlar equal 10 what the olbi r. "k 660 fort Our reg7: ,
Men's values date .tyle. Regular values up to $1.75 Sensational. value lOo .ale price .. .. ........ -. ulxrpricelafuc.Sensational "Ie prlc".
$16.00 the latest, Uen.atlonal: way In Sal various PrIce.length. ... .Regular. .$7.18 price . . . . . . . . . . . .U 3cSCO 100 dosen Men'a c Uandkerohleh, sale price' .;.',.3.7c IOU Wear dozen aall1e balbrlggan shirts and ..' ,38c %''fc
'y well.; heavy belted or pad- Men'. One Felt Hats In the DO dozen Men's Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs' fille fSfSfis arou..d. jSs'Sl. .
p Cravanett Coats as as very quality strictly newest, very per sale
f .t"h. regular value. 25c, .ale . . '
] dock coat for men; also swell Chesterfield .. ..obby.hap"*. Regular $250 values, Hoosatlunal sale price lie All wool red --J.rfc
I :;it" Regular value. $18, Sensational Hale. Price. .$.tII.8 price. . . . . _.. .. ... . ... . 1.4,0 Men'price.white. .. ...linen. ....,. "standard. .. ..... %25o, ... .Handkerohlef.. .. ate Men's'1.60 per j"rmeut. tlen..Uon"ll'Ale ----..Regular. ",. ..."pries.89c' :'':.,;'., ..sX.
4 Men' Overcoats representing the very finest Imported Men' strictly swell fine quality Nutria Felt Hata In Men' very ?& ."".Handkerchiefs either" plait culu- natural. woolg"rUleutaa In grey and WulU, Regn Ap'I,": >J69c
melton and Vlcunaa. Regular value up to oft or atlll shapes. Regular valu-* to $J5O, Sen- Ion: values $1. Sm..tlonal..le . .
beaver up ittal sultaWe for Christina preaeiti. prloe.- ... "
I $25:! Sensational tlala! Price. . . 14.OH ..IIUanal.llle prlov .. ... . . . 1.O9 64)osale) !' prlon. . . . . . .Regular. . .. .values. 33c Men'75e. S..n..tlUo.I\I..I.derby ribbed, under gcrnen..a. Regular? ,. lue. .v. f.;.,f' -.J. .
..s no. --_--- price. .. . . . . .iftc v' r.I ,. .- _
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11 I CRESCENT 01TY. I 1\I! rrli..n.i A (I 1"1"""' tutu''J ll''Ki' >;'" .... ..;..' "..J"'I"'ft.... '".. .',"rr.. &1/( e IS YOU* PROPERTY! FOR SALE 7

: I .". "" ,'lv..1| fm,,, .IMC, i'1 >. Ir' f I -
Is one of the most benulirnl vl.l": Ofi. '111",1'1\' ,, 'ii'- 'U .r'i. I If H<", \lot us get 11 buyer for it.Ve are in a, position 1
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| Tim Will find Ii .nn Idunl I 'J'.II01'IH.aunt| l,, "OIlIIIl. > R h"I'" wilio ''I". i.. I. \\10. 'iii '1.1" : : r II ,:) l I' Ii" '".,Jlo Kf-il ,KM)If., nf nil kui'I. regardless] of loontion.Viiiii'iu .
spMnd the winter or .PUHM a few. ,'h 11"m",. 'U" 'i'1; ,; r1 I vli ,a y HI 1" iv,' I t< > Ri'll, I with Inscription andppii'o

dnysof kivill' clollght. U. II Smith ,,r U : J ,1111.1 I will d.. host for
aB g Call forSpe4iLl The lowuMon. i'r' Hnniii. Lukn Pii.llb,4| ,? !,?? U F tin our yon

of Itibte ? (
8 ( lines g nn.l i It 100) mIles by ashier. mV8'1 for lh'", Hi-iman. mid ,,ll hl| ..II'| r 1iIomtI, Ii'1 I i The Crescent City Realty Co. %

S Fruits : n /7/ mIles rill III'", ,
)jilicaciea! hf froiti .TnrkpoiiVlllH. ,- irli.fl (o H ,. |1.1111.| M" ,p'. H'"II' || |10 .. ij

a Nuts, Hasina, and a LII Ibis all da river rid.. i.n. the Hlflt.-Hll wllh I I ,,,,. M ,' l1u'II.I., ,1"1,,,, ( ni E Crescent City Florida I'

: 3 hundred little articles ; Steamer Crescent from Jiiohsomlllrt fll"nrlll 1111,1110111 S ,, h,1Wiln.bn, | i ".
an1tIoen't Rr to ClOHCHiit City I.. "UA I'ly hA 11..111'" |, ".rliUh I I <. Slillimfi : 1' .ilIrc( : ra: utmrrmzrrmixz.Extraordinary :-- : : .

tliat the average of < lie delightful .
r nxperleurea of .hI Ir'", Cl.o.1) T.ow l' i - -
c indulge jnregularly. Florida nih |lieI' i Iwo
travel The ...
I PI ily I !11 .nll><.r l'H.-r.8ilnp-' ,, ,, If have .either . .
Mill !
., leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. in. .him'"," ,, "? r')11' .J Sals !I.....
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'I \ Vi li, I.v. On.I, ., ,, ,. : _
Tuo8day. rrlv ,
every Thuiedny mid | l,8f,, $; it liltiny, tt.g(
PJ Saturday. reaching Ortw. all
iii We have: tlle8e''A -City ..1.81'. in. 't'hlairIpIetlia, ( st'tienhI." tInt ,
All fl'esb. only day light rtda up the blond KuiHtof htrKlHln Mr;. a : .. Fine Hinery1'From'now '
now. J.
: things Ri and J plturesqii (Ht., Johos. (/ ( nhmttl.) -)'. Mis, )Low. nil] |I"f k to *dIspose of, mid wish to .
> posted regarding
i In fnct, Fresh n The mearner hue pretty cabins rplIIpm b'.r-d, n. MHH! )Mnruunrlt... U : fr. prluen\ I hey are bringing

\ 'Groceries 1Sg g and offers a dollghtlul outlook Brown, H former nodal' l h.nll.rh..I.IrR. .... .U.. ( ( : _. ?: on the New York market ..
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stormy weather. !\ M. J r correspond with .
!g 2 our specialty.1 n.nI Crescent City Is the center of : Atlnncl of Michigan u ij V I. A. r Until I ito Holiday season I
the orange growing expected! In a few clays anti will HAM., OKKHCXKT. (CITY KLA
Industry In
bo will sell my fine line of TRIMMED
BoI'1Iaterial middle. Florida and beautiful the guest for the winter of Mr. and r o o OO i'1 i'1 i'1 r. r. r. i'1 i'1i'1 M aaaoooa HATS and MILLINEBY GOODS at actual SI 1 B. Downes & Co .

| Orange srov surround the place. Mi'.. \v. A lliiKsell. 1 ,
Good 1 boating hunting >It'Ii. Arlnml cont. These goods are all of the

i fishing will afford amusement and hRH \Ultcd Jri'scmit, City on two for- WELAKA. POMONA. latest style and wore bought for fine 208 Duane St. New York. .

PJ : for nportsmen.Naptha. loan oeciiHloim' timid, 1 bus. many fi,'I,.11, ,In city Undo. Come early and got first t't's.

= Grain g gFertilizers. launches can be secured who will ho KlciiHpil know of. (lien Th. '.ltlv'rvllw"' 'IR f<"l to ov<.r- MUM Ilah Itond nt PiUalka, / has otiolcn. i I '(
._ Sperxcor: :
Hay for ( ;
PJ cheaply water trips. coming.I 1IwlnK. \Vhut '""'" lit this' point been the guest; of Mrll. Oourtland) ,

[a aPJ and Orescent boarding City bonnes has Rood at moderate hotels The Sinulay school of (HIP ]'n,' hyterliui IH Nuluro II h..1. Ims or(Inn Hlmur* for fifty lw b'd nil| 8he roiiim cnn Mlddlpton.A Miss Stella Benham Dentist.! ,
I chin dl baby daughter airlve! at the ---
rates. cli win ImvenClirlHtiniig; ) A fhuutu. vIew imp' 'still' dlwn the
Ht. honinof
=; =; .. Beautiful shaded walks and tree with nppropi 11I exprclsi-s nt JollII", lilgim dry! bfiiiilirully I I shiuluil l Joseph' Tucker' liiHt week. Croscent Dlty Fla.Cor. OOlc at .hleoo. on Vnwpeot Btnat.CreaoentOlty .
bicycle..pathll.Christmas. the V. I. A. (ImllkR. /Kraid nlrr I sulphur I springs Mrs. W .7. Ktown after a pheasant Florida
hull next Moodily I nut loud mid river I vlHltwIlh ilor dim uniter. Mrs. Park Hlrout and Florida Avenue

i fTMUler\ (Chriiitmns) night If you want to n buck country not liiinspoirntlfin surpiusm( In and the ton, n tin'ned to DeLand, "Hnturdny.Mis Knowl-. .- A CERTAIN Ovni FOB CROUP.
J.! gee some happy children bo on hand Htftttt. When a child shows eymptouis of
Cook and
at daughters oroup there is no time to experiment 1j
R U oP"lIlnlnlld go early to mold<1 Mr. I HUcotk, line born conflnpd to have movicl Into tIme A, C.! Smith DeliciousBon with new remedies, no matter how highly .

Cresount Oily, Fla. J; tho riiHh.Mrs. I tim a IIOUHU for trndnyi* with| | ?? (tt- house, they may be recommene
= LOur E. I,. Maull amid tuck of mite provlIlIllIK colds but hopes C'ailonds of Bonsand one preparation that can always be depended '
(he children oiangos lire being
mllIt'I :'I.r.r.r.rr.rI'I.tJ'J"'I.I13; ; : ::' Comes will to lis out this weak and piml I Ilia nr- ahlpped from here ; upon It ha been In use for. ,
weekly and\
move to
1'1I'atkllomol'row, well I be I It tt '
pu lug down for thing' are taking; on a "bi! .fore tho maiy years and has never been known
-- where Mr Manll has fitted. up home the town and the Ice fnctoiy. fretise" aspect. to fall viz t Chamberlain's Cough Bema-

Olalr.Jr.leJO.J'I')>;I'3':1':1aCIliLlIDIIIElICIlr.r.rr.r.r.r. : for' their reception. Their 'i'liim ChocolatesAll dy. Give It and a quick: cure Is sure to
IIr ."iJ:Jl'Ii:1L'1iJilliJll: : : lf.r.CIi"! But Once a Year. friends hole many largest OHIIIKO Hlncn crop thn! this winter Is the The supper given by tho V. I..A. follow Mr. M. F Compton of Market (
regret( to BOO them move blii; free/ nnd Ladies
the hall
tin of HHHIIIH Thursday night Home-Made Candies Texan says of It, "I have used Cham .
line !! jiiitn like old
"11 neW m J" Don't away from C'lescint City, which him IIII\I'S-ulco 'was u HiiccesH In every wny. A nloosunpir berlain's Cough Remedy In severe cones
orangi'iint nile cent each "
.. 0' Be Caught Napping. been I their liomo for ninny years" ; but of themMUsl'Hrfl, nnd plenty was served 1111111. good; Bum Something new of oroup with my ohlldren and can .

|SHOES IH is \Mr. Mnull's hiiHinesi, I Is now In raised for Chrlstnins 1 tree use truthfully. say It always. gives prompt ,(c I

I'alat, ka .. nnil' Mr. F C. ('ochi.remit Mr,. K. J,. Rumen visiting lends Added relief" For sale by AokermanBtewartDrug "
Wa have their going H lint the
plenty Goods that nil'' u- Nm. still HIPPIK| | | | fancy fruIts In Hmitlngton. company. (4 k \,
will make good presents& good ml Hi I ii(i. nnd ()..". fink hits double the of Every day
Women crop
For Men, gtM stock of China; and Glassware iI orntiKi'8 Iin hud Instyenr. Ho The Chilntmns Ireo ,and entertainment "it f
Miss. HhippHd FOR SALE-Rllckensderfer type ,
Cli-ilrnde '
r.i and Children tCJ I fancy colored from Cc to Gu) a Cartel, duugliter' ) of foiirbuiKliHil' nnil fifty bus hot of will Im at the hall "Saturday L. }\ SMITH writer. In good order. Cheap $10 '
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Ii piece Watches and Jewelry from J JL Mr. H tuil! Mm. John Cllrl"", fat mumerly the lliidHt. kind of Hwi lie I, potatoes" night) December 21:!, nt 7 o'clock. ........u Ht. Pulntka. address A. H D. News office.\ :.

nlioulil. iiitrnot your nttoiin::! the factory at Attleboro ?.Xass.. of Friiitliindns msrrlud at her parents fioin altttle over nn ncre of blgh There will bo a progrAm of mimic -
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"II thin if you lire after the Ut Fancy Suspenders one pair In a < lioiiiit In JnckHonvllle din, 'ing I lie pill,, hutch.Welakut. nnil r'cltllllonA., after which will be
box. Fancy Hhlrta from 50o to the dlutributlon of piesonts.Mr. .
kind that are guaranteed $1.35 each. )nst week Mists| Carter IH a nlecn of pxptcta a physIcIan nndils Now is the Time!
to wear well.Vo can'tafford IijIIIJ Handkerchiefs oot- it motlinr and Mrs.. Fowler of Ilomn I_ .
to lociitn ,
\\III 1':I. J. I 1"'Alhls( w Inter -
other > ton, linen and silk from 60 to tOo Harper of I IliU place, end, Mrs. ,
to keep any JJtton for w h it'll thn itilglt borhuooci will I 1 be I late arrivals. at the Middlxton
kind. At the same time jjg each. Shoes. Ladles' Gent antiihildren's J. C. lliBsford' of IjiikeComo. MisiiiHsfordnttriided very, Krlll ful. nn. wo have been without house amid will lemaln there until Place your orders at once and be

t Hlj we have endeavored to com ua from 35o to t4.00 a pair. the wedding carlng n doctor, for sonm tlinu I hey cnn secure n house.. Mr. Kow- sure to get good trees and plants be-1 .
bb blue style with wearing UOKlj Gents' and Children's Coining lay is stationed here
qimllties nnd after you g_. from ft.2A to $10.00 per suit r> nn liniiiense basket of roses At a ineetlntr of the V. I. A. at the operator fore it is too late. Choice budded ;. ,

Kg Imvn tried on a pair you 1 nnuu A big line of new Matting from mid a small bunch of lemon blossom Ontis house lust Klklny, Dec. 8th. '
and buds Sour
will acknowledge our -suegn 300 to 35o per yard. -the first seen of this pretty blo committees were appointed to decide Many wishes to nil "News": readers ) Orange Grapefruit on ,

t BS Ce.'' Cm Our Bargain Counter la full of sot,, so far this season..\ on the nearest way 'SlHco and to fm a Merry Chlittinas. Hough Lemon and Citrus Trifoliata .:
nG 60 and Joe goods Don't overlook Pomona, to have the rood) become a ) standard Peach Pear
stock varieties.
gjj Of Course Everybody go2S Word, comes from Greet 8. C, of county ruad and with, the Hid of the Snip QUICKLY KNOCKED Our. ,

G the death of Rev. T. C. 1'olter of county cli-nr and clean It up, and "Some weeks ago during the severe Plum and Grafted Pecans. Also 100-- "
"iu these diggings'' knows gn3 pine straw It In (lIe sandiest places.Jomnilxiilonpr winter weather both my wife. and myself '
seed Write
( 000 Caaaava
usCONE : cane cuttings.
consumption. Mr Potter was for ,
how. we excel 1 In ninu Allen It"ve an Intcr- contracted' severe noldit which speedily '
3'" en years prior to Juno IIHHI.' pnntor set hug I(ilk on t Ito pln straw road developed Into the worst kind of la ,v. for prices. Address tIle

Groceries. of the Pr..sbytprlun church here. nnd Mild )pledged I tliu cool ty's HHHlHtnnce grippe with all Its miserable. syuiptons"
iso J3nUU : to: dllllllr for dollar \\oikdoneby says Mr. J. 14. tgloaton of Maple Land-' I Interlachen Nurseries
h The now goods for the was KI'enlly.ellleellled in a clll.ennnd Ih" \". I. A. up to $25. Ing. Iowa. "Knees and 1 Joints aching ,
\ ThankHgiving season are' nng The Shoe Man, Christian minister blnce: leav- muscles sure bend stopped and
'l'iie btihies. or the V. I. have lewrmlntHl up eyes J. H.
1 A.
>| now coining In. You can fJHpj Crescent City, Florida. IIIK Crescent City he him served as ( nose running, with alternate spells of Wylie, .
to get some kind ofn bulld-
Fresh Groceries j jI
| depend on a Uillls( and fevor. 'VA began usIngCluatnboriains
of the chinch at
at. rnJ mstor Presbyterian hug of theIr own thin n Intel.Mis. I'. ; ough Remedy ailing Intorlachen, Fla, .

(ireers :News of his death' has occasioned J. PnHtotflpld 1. wife of Hev. J. thn same with a dose of Chamberlain'sHtoruHch

I C. L. Chamberlin'sCrescent | ._ much sorrow among former 1'11"101'11"111, who UHH pastor nt onetime and Liver Tablets and by Its
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- urlslioneis. of the M. K church Welaka iswith liberal use soon completely kuoukeil\ out
Ujj City. gujri.L'ucccccircireeccctjauua'ajui "IUOZlfT! CITY TEviFKRrcR roa THE her daughter Mrs. Uoo. 1 S.: thin grip" G.; S. & F. RRILWRY%

:! :: : > WEEK ENDING. DKOIMHEU tOil 110. E. DWILLJ4MB F.V.. 'Ihurber l la repnlilng the UiitoR for the wlnt,.r.Mis. It Is a good plan to take a done of the

uurrcrrrrrrrrncneinrrcacciBa! ; ODBHUVKB. Mai. Mln. little collagu on Market sheet be. P. 1 1. Abi. rnnthv, her con, Tablets whoa you have a cold They; .
promote a hoaltby-actlon of tho bowels
----- for for longing to If M PiijHon, nnd will Paul, nnd her servant mint Him'let, The Best Route to .
DMomlxr t A. M. I r.M. > .. H. Hi hi. !4h liver and kIdneys which la always benoflnlal -
_"' 9. HMnnlay. 91 61iii 01 M shortly make It his. home. Mr. mvu Inked oim of the huts at the ,' when the system la congested by a
10. Sunday to"l '< UM 4U H't' 11 (fates I Houne for the Inter, and Mrs.
J II. Xondar... 4IV2 m 411 IW IU'u..d..a Uu. I'luirbur I... ohIo of I Hie moat useful of Dow of Sntsiuna I Is spending a (ewwe..k. cold or attack of the grip. For! sub by Sltaoou.ltueticu : atfIt. oint&ttua. \
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I \ on M itS ( Ack t man-Stewart Drug Company .
441> la W.dlUMKllt> M 7l" itS .1 MU. our winter visitors, being both niiiison .. at time Untes House :
i > ... M K ..Id 1V( e>X" .
Thundur nd well us a
19. PriCsy... U (I M OT W ii carpenter us \ Perry, surely Is a philosopher "D..onabl.. Z.I3ItItIIIIcraIi. ))aSotct.LcllltcJoRhCttJ .
No. i ? hoe soaker ut one of which occupa- WIt? met him just after taxing his First Shoe Store Clerk-Women are >; .

i > house. lira nnd l he said 1 "I
-- --- -- lions he Id alwnjs "lI1pl.yd.Vhen. by am so so unreasonable. ''II ,t

D g Il n the cottege Mr. Thuiber, will be inhapu glad did not fix up those sills last Second Ditto-Thnt'a right. A, woman CIIIS l.o tf1.etJ1. o1.nb. 1 ,
It will cure Chills. j 1'1 r. snminer. He looks. well after his sum- .. ..
lu and said she wanteda
como yesterday ,
(lo do nil\ kinds. of shoe rcpalr-
I iier noitli nnd he has our sympathy,
and Fever, Headaches, Personal and Social \ lug and do It well-at modest prices. In his lovs. n..vertt"Ie8", for such a shoo that was both comfortable and Two Tinlns Daily North Bound. 1

Colds and disaster must bird with one uryligli. rbJadelpblti;) Record. "

Biliousness. i "-.-..-M-..--.rrrp.rpp.p. .-... .. ............prrrrrr.. .. .. .. .. ..- Wm. C. Norton has had a letter go nny -
Leave No. 2. B:60 No. 10. 6:40 :
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Try n Bottle 1":0., Orlmnley visited I PnliitLaonMnndxy from Mrs. Patchen widow of the Arrive P"I"Ikl"Ithbulilld.. No. 1. 10OCp m. ., ,
> :No. 9, 11:00 a in.Sjh" '
late Judge Jnred.. Patchen of Detroit. ,

J ONLY 25 GENTS. 'and who foimerly lived here, his
'C..pl.lnd Ml'. H M 1. f.11 11...is and
For Snlw IOIIIH being on i tin) Kite of Mr. Rim-
nt Mini IIutrliliiKun, MondnyIn
May spent.
;I ell's. usldeiico At one time Judge

I Lound's Drug Store f fCrescent Jookpovlll. kitchen. represents d! I this coil II I y In I 1.1.I '.. ri%'Rl" nbt,> > j ar RlIloJ j ','11.I u clmngn ti I I hoist notioe; and lid I

Mr. nuil Mr K. Hnm ppnt, the the B'nte le IIII.1 isle' im I udeniooiut, time of ini'Util, I iiiut de|>" ni time uf I niiUm I I Is. nor gu a rut n ti'i'd

: CIt,., Flu.nil early. 'dH)'. of the week In Jncksontlt btt being oim of the list democriits 'l'hi rourl. : I'liMinan I I t cuis from '1'lrI.". to Atliintiv. Chntliinoogti, :NiiBlivlIle,

" .... .41( IjinU I .11.1 l fhut'ur.) i.\:-*h""y.r.r""I., l Kl: '!gint "lu"IIIIIlUllrlll'w"-"" ,1-
J Iliu <.r UnrrliMi Hit elected In I Hie county s I one recon V; ,i tiwlii/, I inil! .M .<.''ltl. :'

/' : hula. hI.rsssitht, Oul.lI 1:>"1'<1. Mm. II F A'l.turn of Pitlulkn <'ntHundny struction. Mrs. Patchen will be remembered *
: p .
I mil-.nn J" I'hl' O.IM:. In servlcH '('1\. Trains. No. I and. :a betweell.Zflco,
.- e : with her .1..I"r. Mrs.. L. by all old olllaens us a /"iUlontiiai.il. .iHcksonvllle.rnfnrmitloii ii
She l Is now liv- ,
' most gracious
'. Katoii. aS to rites, routes, schedules, leepinf! our reservationse
"U I1.i and Is too ndvanoed -
' Wlvroy D.IICh i Jitincs McCormloik of Jlnmklyn N. Ing In Detroit Mich., will hi) glitdly furul4li upon application '

The Beach 4 !vinei Line Y.. Is here again and ever;'body. Is She writes In with yours.the to'view make of the locating tilp ,- _ _ 0, \\ILLSON, Depot Ticket Ag..nr, PMatks.F j

8leame. delighted. the Inter. "' '''RKo'rr. View PI'.M. CKAH. n RHOOKD, Oen. Passenger AgtMncon
H for
mtF.IKU'; friends here
.LvPsJnekonvflieoflrusati(3l Mile Younir of AdeU U lii 'III the U...

'. 'Plistic 5t1iflIay.. at 1'tO: .. m. hlr( ur.e tnJrels.t n &i9.H.. Vti nt of li..r Hitter, Mr. I.. Triton, The ladles of the VIA. will give .
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La .Ureestil this: siil prti.oIpcJ. I w." fur the holititys. their first. entertainment of tbo season -_ _

J : ftc......... (,_. .f ", .10" .. Thursday eveningof 4l ;=1 SOUTHKRIVT RAIL1 VAY. 1= n 4;
t d.7.. ., tv. .".. M..ii. ;;.y..t 7.(:r., 'n... .. ":' }'du. J. C Bnosfnrd of C'omo/ SPelt t at the hall on ri cp
.' JWtuyht. :/ The
Tet.pto.! Whirl ,iOUtLstsraer..M Sunday here tiio guest of 1lr.llId next 'w.ek-D..oemher EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 1905. .

;, 1 P 1 s; .,' ft'''t ".1.....".......... I. Mr. E. J. Harper. entertainment will take the form of -

? The Christmas trade at the toculttures ,i musiottle at which well known TO- Two Vestibule Trashes East 1'0 U I Ito' SiLw genttendwest. No. 1'Lv
will have piomllence -
and pianists
oallsts I
:I A. 6. ." Is now on. Tomorrow time Then there will be playingby J J AC""n.\IIu.. its Bu Ity S lie 7 SlIpi.e .okllOn'l I.. Vie. 110 it. .... i Mp .
TORRE) merchants! will be rusimed.Mrs. The AVESUK COMO: FLA. I J'wup. 51. Bu 117 it SOs 10 Slip' Lv ..u... o. . 110 lull 10 eI ...... .. .
the best l"c.llI11111111. com- COMO LV SsvenuisiOa. el ity I lip 1210lAt' Ar Nutooa a. . 80 lull Oci ....., ,
'i UDII( rtaJ.er* nnd Rer Dr. D. M. Hooves entertained will not dlHiipnninf. l oo e O OoIunlbiM..5)' Ry .611 P 035ii. Ar 'I"u". u. ........110 RJ'' .... ...... ,
Kmbalmen ene
;. ng entertainment -- n O..llItro. .. .so RY I" 10 P 5 Si.Cr Ar ""me, U. ........110 ny .... .
,' the Ladles Aid society of the rltleal__ lovers of mu"lo. The -' -- ....o".boro.... .. ..80 By II a If 61. AI' >>..ILoO. .Oa..s.o mIll 35. ,
Pull 110 a uf caset anti Comn. Presbyterian, church at the infinite ..._m_ P ense In Kb. ThuoBliI of Him. : Ad...".. Ar D..I\I.\ ...... ... So Ro; Ya'a 5 lOs : ClatOsnoog., Tea.m.5o Ky.:. 4o .,..,.,
: have been at great cxi 114xts5Ioa. Ly..Q&.i 5
, I Illdies
, Tohephoo. : ;_ 0:1-Wednesday evening the tilth Inst. and making additions to She-Oh. itr Boifl'ii. I how: do you dol Widow (tearfully; )-Yes, my daughters RlobmoDd .. ._ 110 nail: 053a. 545.Ar"Lyncbteirul Ar OIDOIDO". OflmO....Q ao. .... Sup_
CIUIIF.I'IT! () repairing I vroi tnlklnj; lo MM. :Xctdoro:: Just are now my only resources 1vClnoIatstl 0.iigPoIiei..t 4e. ......
t CITY.: 'rr.oBJDA John Utter has had the small the hall and are somewhat III debt now nil I I couldn't help) tU'nkluff'! or Friend-Take my advice and husband. ... Mo RY 4 Sf 5 4 :SIp' Arobloago, r....:: : Yocep lee._ .,.

-- -- ," building his lot raised and plnced for the work. They hope by a series And win also discussing me? well A. Ohsrtotue.vhhlo SO", a ,s. a hip C.. OInolono, 0 Put Ltosm Slip
i" ; of a roil. He- your resources Ar WuitltflgtOa ... ..so RI S 110 I lip' ..rOb'caro..I'I'L.nO' ' on brtek piers. Ue will establish a of five or six entertainments ?hc-Xrt exactly file va comment iislUuro. .... PBR Ii lie n SIAr \> L.OIooloo.U .. cuSi Silt .. ,

; Crescent City Transfer Co small.work hop there., high order during the present season US on I''.o weither! mid J.nt asUeil me Very Impo.t..t. l'hhiadeululuil, ::::.P.I'Itili.4l4i5 It It I SO p 2 ::: Aro"'lIo.' ...... ....0 B" V....I Sue_
: ; "Uncle John should I be Justified In New Vent. j t
tiresome ..
" hall as It nnythlng more X.vCluciausi .. ,,.C H vi.I
]l I1"\a" all Tha city council hopes to have the to wipe out this debt.' If I co'HJ writing to a young man wbo has never No. H4 -"N** York sum Florl l. .xpre' Ar Toledo ...0 11. V I Slip------ .*
) tAlnl .t Or"'ai'eu,: luno:. KAS plant In complete running!! order now stands would Be a 'credit to ,ny' and dl..gl.tellllle.l'hiladeipblaLedr. written, to me'" Dally. Pullman Prmwlnor Juoluoavlll Room slueplus altO Hew tiarboiwftLH &lDetmol .. .. .. .... L'Mh .. j ._ _
tloo. run Tampa, *
Ntht trains by *apPOlatm next .week, when the street Imnps town of four times put p..pul"tlOII.nllli : ____ _ "Only on very important business. Yi.rkNo ArPIltsburg..Iut340e1 t.vCtnalsluau..Putt4aehi 1 ,,.1535.1' ......
..t R will. U Is hoped. be lighted regularly these ladles deserve the henrtl- Koren: which arrived my dear." HO-"W....liln lim and Via. Limited." Dully: C0uiimiii&tt .. Cocci _
"n"'lI1l'1.' | stcutniililp "
Tbo ... t
Msnsg.v Pullman ( Btwmfiloeplug. Car Ja:liaoiiTllle : ::0'RI'lirl'::\
tut the sun Roes down. pst support of the people In their at S fii 1'imiich'ut'ti' trim. the orient ro- Well, this la Important business. I to How' York.No. Ar05.eiuitui..Bu hl'oulri...:_ ::: ::_
't- r Mr.> And Mr. Knton CIltT with eltorts to make, Rdud.LAKE ,,,'"t1 .. brought the l\Ie.valuable con- want him to marry mer -Illustrated -'-:; 8 8L. 3.Art.oui.IIte.Lacingtou..iiu. ... 110 : ..''.'.:

,f'V.. S"OTWELL" COMO. slminicnt! of rOW silk ever Inndad In Bits. _ Tbrough "TII. L.ad 0' 'ha Sky." I No At_':.!:" !.._ ; I ,:
their Infant child of Providence R.I..hav
, worth f3.430:: .000
r;. BUild.. thlll wmir It was ...... \o.IS-"Tb. Vlormd.Ltmlt.d.: Itchy ..el5.tv..tlbulo
South American tribe the &Okoo..ml. ftc So R7 7Ap(
Row winter and In some .
.r Boats. arrived forjllie It IM.S UlHpnttUod ei Rt lu baste the L. 5utv.timush. Ga .,..,. 80 RY 1* ICe Sectfl 'broub d..J' "" .,h.4 PotS ,
t 'Patro) boe.,.. bIlK"I.... aad pending the cleaning mid settlement Mis. Frank Hchl.doru n'glit.! 3.500 boles of Itlonr women draw the front teeth. esteemlog A. Cohtililbla, eo:... ....80 ay I CsAt DOsS aloeplug C&riJsttkhOlviIlstGUtsOtsaaU...___ _______
Sttkr.. and collie ,
t ode of weal. aU Mr oi an ornament the black gap thai Aiimevlili.N. a .... 110 ity t Gnp =-= -"- '
Ia. filar Work reJIAlQ a" his shop of their pretty winter home lire have. moved. to New Orleans, La, fionil tIOt'NOilU. .** AI' HotSp4nss..N O. .. .So Ry Y SIp ;; : ; .',.
\ or bill MEA T atOrov Hnll.Knglneur .. friend, WI" sorry to Aa omu-nj: liKliMit'! Inppcnod the raide. _ _ _ AI' 110".1118. T.OD SO 1tJ'' a lop ".. { _
''' MARKET. jtursts rn r many Ar louIsvIlle . ...... 110 By a si.Si' .. ,
them '
'' bad bospl"b'
, :. IltiLl.r.etol' cit7.( i'I. have them leave and hop.6 use .. diy: lit a club nlik-li NO'TICEOb APPLICATION FOR Ml testis ... ...."0 R" f MpSr L. 'lIIn.lI\o...... 8u Ity 7"11-----: _
.: ..t P""w. ) -rlr If'II&t'IIate at 'nod.i E D.Terry anti) family 111(10111 i sometime III the future. '!,. tliro....-u open I door to two Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter Oloo'uaaU. Ohio..Q 0 _55 1i1. L..up . ................ By IDlllp ... .. _
.... expect: tn more back here and occupy welt! Icuown offleoi 48BS Laws of Florida. A. MltOOn ....... .......,110 RJ'' 5 its ,., .
,- J. A. M"oNab fromRlUgewood oilier club. Accrfiln : M>-Drtily IMillman l'raBufToi win* Room and Ar Alleitla_. ., ...80 l1y a ... ..TA.
. -i- their pleasant homo on Prospecttrrit Mr. and Mrs All in time l-r- .U I"!'c' or bI.I..Jt "'",' guilty Notice Is hereby given\ that T. F. 8L .plig' Cur betwaaa Jbt !>v>k.oBTilt.and Annisios *lit. .... 110 By 9 46* .......
-' Thomas' N. J.. sire l In Put WOI'll'IUle Baker purchaser of tax certificateNo. Lou"In. A. liur.niniiIam Li... .......* By 11 Me. : ,.. ( ,
.\Winter |iud ss soon as Mr. View H oURe. of tbo o..,einu ot mCiiit 6fl8 dated the 3rd day of April Ar Mempbl.. Teen ....Vru.o P lop ..
Visitors family ,can 'vao.t... Mr. Terry has and Ron.Ral..lgh. ruli.i An a nmttor of Mel.' h,* was A. D., 1893. baa DIed aid ceitlllcaU lam Ar Sea'.. City. C")...t....rw-_ V 405 ....(

hUJacksoQvIlle home. Mr. and Mrs. Belknan arrivedtuiday the ImpI'O.IIIII (tint It w01 the office, and baa made application fol'tax Two: Trains 'Daily t. ...mpb'. ......... ..... .. .. _....
soldi uu.JeI'
f dash ma of Petoskey, IIJ1uh.. brother olllccr told ) A. SlOt .prmaglrk.... ......,.a .Pl .... _
TAXIDEUMY In room. A deed to la.ualn accordance with law.Said
h'.a WORK: c a4 The bulk of the orange crop In this and are houselieeplng smokluj: went to the : T0 Washington and '
;i, Ie .doo" him of his inlntak lie up eertldtiate embrace the followlnf 11".111-1'1. FIorlol. L1mlte4. Dclhy hit.
Crs.53 b7 Mra;; Cowburn. section hair been shipped but several their cue) home. ocLUpiiut of the room an described property situated In Putnam mute Dr.wlo". Rooms CI.epIag ...... betwees
,I. ; t. CJtli only othoi '''''Iuo........ BlrlOIloSb M..pb.. ca4
thousand: more. boxes will go forward Mr. and, Mrs. W. I.. Onlile and son. goutlemnn doalnit In a corner, aud county. Florida to wit New York. It...... OU't -

\' 8pe '11II.a. 011 SaleI' aftsr..th. middle of January. The Wile( of L kellllld. }o'III.lfrlud old pologl ed for having Inadrerteutlyjrokeu ; Lot 3 and N 18 A of lot 4, bit: 13, Pile fl ._I_-_ ., .__-_, -_._. ,. .. -I.
theholld"'II. -
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i'nesdityaF.flti. will tetniih over rules of the club. and suctions, township II, range 26- -i-,
Allirlt.lra.: ItnttlCllllllko' crop this, year was not so small as 'fh..y Mrs III their 1leasahithoims one of the without (jfl acres ABBITAta AT 1AOKSOHVIL1.II. .

1 Fnr .flklhll' ., many predicted, and Mr. OlOblll will .hlp his The old gentleman replied. Bald land being assessed at the date W'romIIew Tori\, Ws-Shnilomi. .to-.s.a. TO -wMainvtnn' ..nq ru>ri nn"II, "II. ; baft .. follows "My dear sir, pray of the Issuance such oertlncato In the 'rum un 1010. w,uainiif***, vniiuui..*.*.., .1ONiA >* *(KI ;; !ahU.I. stow : ; > The Messrs. McClure,. brother*, oranges whk.e her* la the first place tam ,cit, 8.. M. Morton. UnleM Prom II...... < tiy. M.mpnlisBlrmlnitt.rim, pn110 U. "F orM. UmliH f.w A .... ,
iZp ;.e not apologue. name ..
'in I'tIMII do Front Inrlnnatl. ".Anhnvlllv'Alo .. HVLwhlnlon end Vloritl\ >inms.oJ;;; "'il..* m.
!. oJ..., to rI'Q/IIti who ..wrr4 hers when!' the town was Mr Jam- CoekerofN "lint.llcdh"There .UM you would not hare smoked sold certIficate .ball be redeemed< oordln I'ro..o" York Wuthuis5iea .to_No. ..... **..", York and riortli' Bxnmwt.1. i.IIB... A..
luln.1 1 IIIQubC' ,:. first ':;organised and surveyed. 80 dr..nlnd servants arrived \ kuown that It Will prohibited; to l"w. tax> deed\ will lssu 'heroon I' ..
,!Iab tn J prei.eppi trnphivo. or lbs.. bs'n*'' :yearS ado, arrived, last weak and are They are IIIUBlbI At th. popUiP AV.- bad In tIle you Coud. I .UouM be th. \lust per- on the WInd day of D"o mtx>r. A. D. 1005.WltneM Exce'i I nt Dl 'IN" Cer 8.rvIse.> ': "

",an4 th... tQ ," IfuU4M. If had dona10: my nfllolal s'unature suit seal "
M Nutwta at 'hf! Jlurlon House One <.f Due soIl to blame you you member of the this the 15 liny of November A. I>, 1905. t, 0 LCSK. DUtriot P"nlter Agent, 108 Wess Bur .tor..." JsaknooTlil.* Pl' &j!
s. J. P; COWBt.u the block on M..E. 'lb.$ third, t am not a C. Ii. AOKEKT Q U W.. ii. TAYtOI ..
=i'NI tetp., 7Ofnmwrowflwd was P""chi"ffJ'lh'h. In h.,. just 18a..11| JOSEPH P1UCE.Qlk ; G. P. A. .: ,
I", ,,, Cre Iblob2) .Mrs. Cornelia .tyon's resl- church Sunday a laator. club. and In. the DlynJt-Loa/S fortb I 1& 010...... Circuit Ot Putnam ,"?UQ T'Florida, 8.3t.. HABDWIOK. ?|, !. M. B Rco a1l( &QAII'',, A. 0,.P. 4.fl ?

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r"" The Palatka Newsand was Mnj.hero j J. yesterday.W. L. Burton' .of Crescent City --

Advertiser B. Baker the well-known naval l ((
'. .. .. stores operator of Oakton wa .
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seen in the city yesterday, I
r Capt. M. II. Ifyaii' has booked ''I ROWTON'S': "

r Clay fiappcnhw and many orders for the fine pieces of ; ,
For the furniture for which his big stole I 1.

Personal mention.tile tinted, 'l'heao'ordArIi are for Christmas I
L ; J gifts In PalaJka home. 'r .
,., '
H Men and jTbe elocutionary recital and concert Headquarters for
usual -
John T Griffin spent couple daysIn given last week ah tux opera is as ''R\1\ :. -
Jttcknonvtllethln week. house for the benefit of::It. Monica I ,

K.! T. Redding! merchant of'Inter- Catholic church was 'a prononncKUUOHHH. < '
Boys'Christmas lachen, wan In the city yeuterdny. tJllfortunately owing to :
the rush of work Incident to Iottlllg| Good5
lieu Florrld ho* opened box ball 01 I t.: a special e(11t.lolI. the News had II Holiday (
alley Just west of the lied Store 01 no representative the concert, but 1 i .
Lemon street. those who intended are earliest It ,

t J, H. Harrlxon of Denver was 'raise of !Miss Chore Mouray's/ rflnd"lI'e I
and nit Ihn musical numbersof I II
among the I peninsula visitors In Pa-
Intka yesterday the program' The church will : stock is now ready for inspection.
clear about*IK) by the recital. Our large and well assorted
Mr. and Mrs. Green and Mrs. Hen-
h Cheer ri ossy have !none onto launch trip to Capt. J. W. Miller owner of the ,
Silver Springs. I Beach & Miller line steamer, Crescent Dolls Goods. Silver Novelties, Cut Glass, Fancy
Toys Fancy
if In expected to arrive in the ,
Mrs Lake Jones entertained the I
We have county today dipt. Mlllarhns beet
many Monday afternoon Whist club at her In Asheville, N. C., under care of a Manicure Sets Cuff & Collar Boxes.
4 China Kodaks Toilet .
'l Beautiful and home this' week.Holll81.er specialist,and the latent reportsvero : ,
bad dulexiitlon to the elfeot that his health. was Im I
a big omen
f- i In Palutka yesterday and ul proving. He Is 'one of the lendingorange Watches Clocks Etc. 'Phcto Auto find Postal Card
looked prosperous. growers of I he Fruitland peninsula ,
and hRS dona more by example .
articles that Mrs. M. E. Boyd will spend the to encourage the rebuilding of '
t ( any holidays with her (Iamb tor, Mr*. that Industry his section than any Albums. 1-i j :
I. Man or Boy L. N. Wllkle In Jacksonville. other innn. His grove of 40 acres Is '. iL'' 7'+Mi,'"' J 1

would appreciate.. Mnurlcu Ijamon has Installed a to day a heavy producer.The Special discounts to Sunday Schools. ............ *I,
show goods.
trouble to
Call and No
ten-ptu alloy at his place of niuueemint young friends of :Miss /Malip r.. see. 'v -
on Cimtral Lemon street. Holoomb tendered her a surprise. ''j:' I

A partial list: Mr.( and Mrs. Henry 8. Wilson and party lust; Friday evening at the

Edwin, returned from visit of homo of her parents on Kirby street,
1 son a
Handkerchiefs with several days In Orlando last Mon the occasion being given In honor of Chas. E. Rowton !
; beautiful colored initials day. her HUh birthday annlvi raary. /l1I8A1III1"n : I II
Italph. who was the guest or I ,
c , 25C.: Miss Cornelia Kirby daughter of !Miss Holcumb that evening! also\
. Postmaster and Mrs, D. M. Kirby Is celebrated the anniversary of her I
1 : Japanette Initial homo from an extended stay In thenorth. natal day. Many young people were I lcxid.cu
and OPa-latlra
a thoroughly en ,
H'dk'fs. ::a for :z5ci : payable
time was spent by all. Refreshments
I J The big sale' of clothing at the ISI. .
were served, and at a
Meyer Co. store will close with a I
i Pure Linen InitialHandkerchiefs rush Tim sale has late hour the party dispersed with
tomorrow. proved i m @W
ifc the recollection, of happy evening ,f.Cb m r 1
:25C.I a great success.

I .'"J. 11. Wylle of Intorlachen the '.Black Patti always draws well in -- '" -- -- -- .- - -. --- -----,---- ...
s Silk Initial Handkerchiefs well-kuown citrus fruit nurseryman, Palatka and I he performance of her.
and has be"II" visitor In 1'alalku n part company at the opera house Wednesday ,[lmHiftl1 tttttftttttServiceable
:25: soc of the present week.A. night was no exception thoughthe !
night\ was inclement./ The large
Plain Linen 10, 15 M. Rust treasurer of the Wll part of the nudlcncn wits as black us
r son Cypress, company. has gone to Pattl. Hut all got their. money's r
1 ::25 40 and 500.Suspenders his old home In Btiglnuw Mich. for worth in fun and music This black : ) Brothers

tho holiday; season. prima donna In not only an exceptionally I Gay

silk Ilev. K. J. Dates for the past yea fine vocalist, but.ho lias the ,
.r and lisle, 500. pastor. of St. James M. K. church faculty of securing as aids the! best. '
talent in Hence
left for his new appointment at

"''I Combination Sets Hraldentown on Tuesday her success. She has given diamonds.a good galore: ell.terlnlnlllontund # HOLIDAYGIFTS.HNN.GGGG The Leading Grocers of East Florida I

.' consisting ofSuspenders Mrs. Packer of Philadelphia and to show for It, Pattl and her com I
daughter, Miss Nellie now it stiulen puny travel .a private car. !
I : Garters at Sutherland are here for the noli Iffi
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illif the of lit Mrs. J. )Hun Bros circus gave two exhlbl- i Our stock was never more complete than now
I. and ArmBands, T.days ilond.VVrhe guests r. and Tons In I'lIh.tk.'dll..sdIlY., but the "" GGteINNGfd, +WytyWyyaJWWGtWt.G, "WWf {

day was not Ideal for circus purposes. f: lTh and new goods are arriving weekly.
1 t put up in handsome Pulatka News Is getting out 1 It ruined most of tho afternoon and
boxes and ;; specifications from which propo evening mid the streets leading, to OUR STORE is aglow with hundreds of Itean- ; A few of our specialties:
,50 750. sit Ions for the construction of Palat the canvas/ were covered with mutt' and practical Gift Suggestions. I I Ferris Hams and Breakfast '
ka's new municipal water system are There were big crowds at both per Bacon
ii t' Elegant line of to be made.A. formancesbut not big as circus I Gift-giving is the theme on all tongues.Let Genuine German Dill Pickles,

4 : --, \V. Strange who recently retiree good crowds much go. The above performances the were The it be something practical. What better than. t 1m Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil,
average. I
Sweatersfor from the dry goods business in Pialatka some article of Dress some form of wearing '-
street the feature or apparel All the
t' t Is now In the life insurance, parade was only Gt leading brands of Cereals!,
the show not enacted In tho rain.
for the women folk.
business with headquarters at Vermont
i Men and During' the gale of afternoon the Haple Syrup,
I Boys
11 1 Tampa. side show tent collapsed, covering This store is elegantly in step( with the I New Buckwheat,
} Children. *Tho street committee of the coun- the spectators ns with n real ] ( Christmas season "" I
cil had planks put down at the downtown rag, and I they all had to craw I Graham,
i : f' Dress Gloves, street crossings on Lemon th roulI/I,'.. lot of soaked canvass to The little girls of course, want DOLLS. Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, alsoPHIsbury's (
street yesterday. The rain of the get out. \Ve have them in great variety. t )
i day before had caused the mud to be I Gold fledal.
;I r Working Gloves.
I ,ankle d."p. Stuart Hyatt of this city expects For the Ladies: sj
\ Obelisk and other
to bo ordained deacon In the Protes
Then there is a big line Amonthe/ PalatkiT. Confederate taut Episcopal church next June, I Brands of
of lisle and veterans to visit the reunion In and a year later If successful Ills Toilet Sets I '
1 fancy Jacksonville Inttt week Flour.
were N. O examination* hopes for ordination "
wool Davis Judge M. I. Coxe! Capt. J. 1). to the priesthood. At present Mr. Manicure Sets I
/ i Points, Judge J. C. 'chrtree. and Hyatt I Is assisting Archdeacon Good : Also the largest variety of Imported Delicaciesever
a Cap II. Y. Hnow. win at Cedar h.e.High Springs' I II

Hosiery.And James Padgett si., the pioneer Waldo and Starke himself holding Kid Gloves I I brought to Palatka.
service ut these places once end a'
settler of what Is now known as
1, H duct No. 1, this county, was In pre the month. Mr. Hyatt is a high church- at a DOLLAR that carry an absolute guarantee. f:
I man, and when once ordained will BOTH STORES
city on Wednesday. Though 0years
of his cultivated Beautiful
be-by reason highly line of
of Mr. Padgett looks us
Neckwear age .
voice both and elocutionlst --
his vocally aa an -
as a man 10
young many years
-able to conduct the service -
1. We have, magnificent junior"JRev. of the church In a most iinpres.slvemanlier. Hosiery, Lemon Street. The West' End.
Father Barry hopes to wipe It will be his purpose '
display of Bows, out the last vestige of the debt on 1St. to intone the larger 1 part, of the ser Fine Silk Umbrellas. : I
Mouica'schurch by the first of the vice. PAATKA. FLORIDA
j Windsors Puffs, year. When he took charge of the -- r.MlHe ; Fine Shoes. :

Four-in llands parish a little over two years ago
etc. Ought to Know.
the debt was f:4.UUO.: Dress Goods of all Kinds.For :

r' all in plain and rich R. W. Thompson, general ....anaKerof Times-Herald The Christmas made number Its of the .I
t the Ocklawaha line of steamershas appearance Mon :
colors. on time Friday and Is receiving
1 arrived from Boston mid Is get-
much favorable comment from
Sure to suit in ting the steamers Jllitwiithn and It Is far tile moat creditable uvery Neckwear Umbrellas
you Okeehumpkee In readiness. for the body us by Gl'o to, 4
elegantly gotten up holiday edition
of the Ocklawalia river
i Neckwear. opening season ever printed in Palatka. It hjI< Fine Shoes. ,
of tourist travel on limo 16th of
t. i When it comes to January contains twenty-two pages, Including .1 SMITH'SFOR'
the cover which la beautifully lltho
Clothing, Dr.: W. W. C. Wall has been making graphed and boasts %,:'MU Inches of Our Great Shoes:) Stock embraces shoes for

good improvement since he was paid advertising all of which but a lIenVomell, Boys and Girls. We can suit all.
Remember we sell the lane operated on by the physicians few exceptions in local. An exhaus-
and since which time he has been tive write-up of Putnam County by .Le
free from pain. All his friends in villages and towns and the growth ft +i1M CkN
h i1 Griffon city and county will rejoice at his : and prosperity/ of Palatka is a feature AttMMllfMMr etlMltlerJ9 I'M f r c "HOME MADE" Christmas Candies

Improvement, worthy: of special note. Includ-There I Wishing All a Merry Christmas. ,
Is Christmas reading galore
Miss Mr. Jewell Eugene Wells Powers of this of Lakeland city and Ing! stories rimes, Jlnglus and lllutratioua. .. Fresh Chodolates\ and Bon Eons of the -

Brand were married in Bartow last Wednesday I- Each advertiser Is remembered / highest Grade and Excellent!: Quality. We .
i Deo. 18th. Mr. Wellsis with a cleverly written paragraph have the finest line
week and the local and genera Leo Jacobson'siiJ of Novelties and Fancy .
quite well known here and Is a Is served In pleasant style ; Boxes ever brought to Palatka (making tho
I Hand 'tailored Suits soil of Mrs. K. II. Wells. He Is news up )!;
I In addition to being mailed to regular most acceptable 'Xmoa Present Scotch
f now connected with the A, O. I, ll'yat I ),
I and Overcoats. subscribers hundreds of copies Kisses, Butter
Lakeland. will be sent to parties outside Put ;: Cups, Boston -Chips- Suit
r C. P. Devereux a former businessman nam County and the State. A feature Water: Taffy, etc., made fresh every day.
t Boys Suitsand of this city died In a Kansas of the edition worthy of special iiJ Dry Goods and Shoe Store, ne also handle '.?
t City hospital last week. .N..w. to mention Is the history of Palatka
I this effect was received by his family both ancient and modern, as It were. Peter's' Milk Chocolate and Toffee.
In this city on Friday last. He Au Interestingly told story of the "'Mackintosh's
I had been ill but a short time. MrUeveraux city's first settlement Is given also PALATKfl FLORIDA.ffiB Hot and Cold
Overcoats Drinks usual. Choicest of
left Palatka some eight or its present greatness and prominence ; as J
ten years ago. are graphically portrayed. The publishers (( Fruits,.Nnts, etc.
and a, specially fine line ,:The high and grammer school will are more' than pleased with Fireworks for the
f close today for a two week' holiday the number, and the general concern Uolidays,
) i i of Suits vacation. At the morning session today manifested In Its compilation by the ff Fine Cigars/ and Tobaccos andSmoker's .

} for the little boys. there will be cluslng exercises. public. The people of Palntka. and .- ----- -- --.---------.-- -. Pipes
; the of number or due the TI -- Supplies.
Including singing n Putnam County are men-
We have a new lot of Christmas carols by large class of Herald. vote of thanks for this excellent The Best Exercise U.LOI-.R BAli,.... (na..H.BILLIARD
pupils under the ptdceiitorahlp' of and effective exposition of
Trunks and Mr. Stuart Hyatt, who has been the resources, beauties and advantages re he had la In a game of Box L. A. SMITH.
training these pupils for some time of Palatka and Putnam County, Ilnll. It'a a muscle builder G. LfflR BAILEY & CO.
and the of it will nnd
Suit Cases. Dr. Warren of Berlin and Mr. Jett.Staton degree: publicity an appetite pruvoker ,
give to the outside world. There Is Moat tell
I II people ua that our
of Salisbury Aid., were in the
small doubt but that tills edition will la Fire
Alley the finest they've Insurance
several the :
city day. during past
Soft and Stiff Hats. be the means of causing hundred of
I, week, of Mr. and Mrs. John ever played on. We fake

Elegant of (1. Tllghman.guests Both gentlemen are and people casting to emigrate their lot with to this us. section free their Tuesday word for it.afternoons.Ladles play Leading American and :Foreign! I .-_ u ....
array interested In the Tilghmaii -
The elegant residence of W E.
Lumber company at Cedar Key of Wattles in the West End will be occupied Companies :
t Shirts, / which company Dr. Warren la to be Maurice Lamon ropeanRestauranf.
by the family the first of the .
ho: resident manager. npouAnlM.Aab.. the till.. Accident Insurance
r' -- Box Hall and :
I White and Fancy Rev. Joseph F. Bell the newly appointed Arrived at this stage of completion
Ten Pin ,
pastor of St. James .M. 8. There are few houses In the city the Alley, The Furobh Roooins
if Vests. church will officiate for the first supxr'or of this one In any respect Central Lemon Street. Travelers of Hartford BathsAt
time next Sunday morning and eve and when completed will be one of Hot. and Cold

These are only a few ning. Mr. Bell come. from Foittleyers. the most conspicuous links In the Life
He will be royally welcomed chain of new ruHldeuces. recently Insurance:
: of the appropriate to Palatka not olly"by the constructed: on the> Hummock river tlias Kupperliuscli's'
I nembors of hU vliurch, but by all ront,-W. E. Wattles of Tlnies- The Old Reliable "Gerroania .
things to be had at Christian peuplu.Yelverton'a Herald staff In letter to tbe Times- Palatka Fin.l .

big furniture store on Union of Deo 18th; I T.ife" of New York '-

Neutral Lemoit slre..Cis having big > H.-Afra8troii of Jaeksnll'< "" :
M. S. BROWN'SGils' ran these day and Mr. Yelverton Appearance Of Santa ClauS. Marine Insurance &r., thewell-known Eye end Nerve
II at the In :
delighted which
i manner
a The la cordially Invited toileiKt personal l v "ij
public will makes
hay shown their
I Ithe people ttnnivolatlon -
the Christum exercmm. at our town at the Arllngtollllot.
of his efforts.. to supply them *F. James !Methodist Epl.-i-npnl' Th. Fewer ofDu The Leadimg Companies Dec. 6i.West. Toeoi D..14; B.<*
with the .rt..t
ClOlm nt
goons -
r popular I ,
N prices. Ho also' In just now having Church Tne.day evening IVc"m- A> .lm... education.' Ail Claims .. .
) when the folio
ber Roth
wing I"K ;
To the IndiutrloiM Promptly
a Christmas run on toy that Is young Oooda for
will be given r would _'.ID rouroeU: "on! CAU'and see our New
AND phenomlnal. Anthem by the choir} Prayer. I pnallml: Bu.ln: lln' BQuIy Settled.i :: .: Coohr..n.'. Book Btor.- I
,. Chas. Kdpperbusoh will serve a Rev N. J. Tllghman; rionv "King! Kdnoalloa.rounwlf wllh It modem.. lb OommanitVl.; A
grand Christmas. dinner to all patrons ieautlrul Bolls," School; ,f""IC..1to l! ol;: t'l.r m .n* 'OWUDK ou. i ireoe. 'rr.Ult.: PALJTBAFL.. >r;Armstrong, In person?, %,,!
of the Mother MUJred P). :' a=:thIs Hotel on
European restaurant on Uooso -rn. j' eoV '-- .. aat the Arlington
? f a Furttr r I tew. bu dauwd more thAD 11,000 ----_ _.. trou'
Christmas day. Thin dinner will Violin Solo. Master Warner HamniM; I n In regard to an eye or nerve !
have that great American bird-the Kris Krlngle1: Emma lr..kI'III)' ; I ..Idea:;: :w-lid:you our.siaqp, j I'-I' Administrutor'H Notice. ...:1'oelUnly only on dates nannvd-
turkey-for Its principal courser Motion riong. Infant Clniis! ; "ThaiiugiIes' MASSEYnUSINESS Wild,..
This popular restaurant I I. crowdedat ChilHtmna) ," Mervyn Iln.v; ) I ....daiA. hereof. tlo: w/t/ uo W.."rjth yauf..aft t, AO: .!' i---A; story book Illu.t J t''d .
f FIll. rCartmel COLLEGES.r .u) LM, I PII '
Ptlalk0 every meal hour and the growing I'lieHrownln's Chrlnrma Evelyn will: &!:JllX'fie c County J fide.t1 children at pla1'
pulnam .
Jlr..I1" Au. enuutr :
Boonoir,Txx.t : :
demand the clinic hraelu
the brand Anthem
for Kupperbugcb ; by noseeoea.TAL1. Bm+.OSD 10. lurthm .mln..I1". .rN.rrelb aU buy U. Agtint. ....

j't j't'h.. of Palatka.fried oysters Is one of the gloriesof Clau Than. the 'appoftranu of Santa I QUL.aae.,BM J eca.osvAi.; ,,eW.PA. I,,'fUlIII";UIIOo a. II.".",",GC ism outA.0.at sum ";:.,of,llIOt II.t the:s...,u calm..n;,,n.em,a. ( :) : WIt'hfiO l < psay..r: outfit qulok.,Au.uta.lOot Jenkins p"rtloIl1 0ely, Ilgrw!':'

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