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Title: The San Mateo item
Alternate Title: Item
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John A. Crosby
Place of Publication: San Mateo City Putnam County Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Vol. 18. No. 4. SAN MATEO, FLA., NOV. 14, 1908. Publisbd Weekly, $1.00 a Tear.


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Local Weather Report.


TEMPERATURE:
Nov. 7 ,- ....49.
8 .- ". 51.
9 ,- 6 .. 54.
4" 10,- ....63.
11,- ..i. 6
*" 12,- ...62.


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The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bee was quite sick yesterday.

The Lyle & Chester home is being
improved by a couple of coats of
paint.
Piano-tuner In town Friday. Sev-
eral pianos here kept him busy for
some time.


Fifty cars of shell have been placed
upon the new road work. There are
twenty-five cars more yet to come,
which will complete the two miles
of new road.

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beauchain and
Levi Hall are on the way to San Ma-
teo where they will spend the winter.
They expect to be here the first part
of next week.

The Wilson Cypress Co., of Palat-
ka recently had an order for 4,000,000)
feet of cypress. This big order will
make but a small hole in the lumber
this'firm has already on sticks.
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A reward of $50.00 has been offered
for information leading to the arrest
and conviction of the parties en-
tering and stealing from the res-
idence of Messrs. H. B. and L. B.
Bailey.

Mrs. J. A*. Crosby and Miss May
Crosby leave Monday for Live Oak.


They go as delegates from the V.
Mr. Robson, of Ludden and Bates, A., to the Florida Federation
of Jacksonville was in town Tuesday Women's Clabs, which will meet
and Wednesday. Live Oak, Nov. 18, 19, 20.


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A Nice Little Orange Grove.
Six years ago J. I). Gray thought
about an acre of land. He had it
learned fenced and planted to dif-
ferent varieties of citrus fruits, set-
ting his trees alott fifteen feet apart.
The cost of tlie place planted was
$275; six years' care, not exceeding
$*') per year, for labor, fertilizer and
all expenses, $X300); total cost at end
of six years, $575. Last year's crop
netted him #22(1; scattered fruit pre-
vious years, $74; total income, $400).
Total cost to hin to date, $275. Last
year's crop paid 10% oin $2,2:k).
If this acre is $2.000) to-day it has
increased in value each year for the
six years nearly $300 year, or as
mutich as the ordinary farm hand re-
ceives for a whole year's labor. The
crop should increase rapidly from
now on.

For Sale.
Twenty-one foot launch, 4 h. p. en-
gine, reversing gear, brass propeller
and steering-wheel. Can be seen at
harf, San Mateo. $100 takes it.
Address, ITEM, San Mateo.


Administrator's Notice.
Notice Is he.rebly given thant four
weeks aft.ir tit-.1 at.' litireo-4f, I will
appldy, by pettittm)1, to tilv C( county
Jiidge t)f Putntam Comliity,. Fl' stida,
tosell ow .~follow itig dese ri 1 .ed laud.
he Iot )Igi I Ig to t I If*4 stiat( 41 f E, I lIy I.
S( itiiri's, (iIet-asv( t4)-wit:
ilieg~ttinnbigat t lie u.rtheas1 virnt-r
o)f thie J. M. I. irnamiul.z gruiItt ,4)nI
...4 t .Side Id*S.f .11t *JuIS Iivt I lil
HItaiige 'iwetit y-S ix (26) E ik.-t ; t I 1431(
ailolng t il.t-imorthi l'..iiudary 4)'tit i77
(If grefis, west telt% .II -I I If2 11 etuI i s
and t %venity-thirev 19[3] links ; t h4I(enc
smit h 13 I..grA.s. enst s~ix tf-ii 11l61
chiainis 111d tweuatyv-five Ifl~ks; thtenle.
miorthI 77 doigree's, vast nii ill]c. 9 e iius
and sixty-iiivime f;P] 1Iikm ; t h-ncev
4'r th I13 (l#'gre'eM, west six tE'eii 116J
('hais a s nd 1ten 1[14)] linik s; t hence'
n14,11h 77 degree's. east eleven i(I II
chaiii us 111( fifty -fotir rf 4]J links to
hatijk of St. Jodhi ns iver ; thiencei
tm4rth fi fteen [1r)] links to) placed of
begitmitiiug-(*oitainhii g 15 Acres.
This October 20, lIOS.
1). J. SQ I -IRtES,
AdminI~istrator Estate' Emiily 1.


FLOOR


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Mr. J. E. Itgrahain 3d V. P., F. E.
C. By., spent a few days in this sec-
tion this week.

Capt. G. U. Beach, of Savannah,
was here this week inspecting hisf
San Mateo property.

The interior of the L. V. I. A. Hall
is being lightened by the application
of two coats of white paint.

Fred Carrington has the contract
to paint Byrlyn Place. He starts
Monday morning on the job.

Begining this week the B. & M.
Line have a daily boat except Sun-
days Crescent City to Jacksonville.

*J. D. Gray is finishing off the up
stairs portion of his house. Good-
win & Robinson are doing the work.

The Fall street cleaning is well
under way. Nearly every one ham
already had their street frontage put
in good shape.

The four mule team of Mr. Best
mak some headway in the road
building. they haul two and one half
esbie yardiaof the shell material at


T Kniolghts of ?r thlaa. of Pailet-
have auDnnopoed November Mtb
date for their big minstrel
The entiree s*I *is home peo-
re aigty Pore sad
row lovw t
nwd O ever


Oranges and grape fruit have been
rolling the past week from this coun-
ty. The steamer Crescent handled
about 2,500 boxes on the down trip
Wednesday, some 2,000 boves from
above and 500 boxes below Palatka.
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Order your Wagons, Carriages,
Fencing, Farm Machinery, etc., of
Florida Purchasing Ag'cy, lPalitka,
and save 10 to 20%. 46 in. fencing
29c at Palatka. Write for partic-
ulars. Agents Cyphers Incubators
and supplies.

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. P. Bishop and
Mrs. P. P. Bishop, prominent Now
Yorkers, are guests of the Windsor.
They will leave within a few days
for South Florida, where they will
go to spend the winter months.-
Times-Un ion.

Hunting parties are now reporting
the best of luck. They claim the
birds are here, but woods being dry
they keep close to the swamps and
ponds, making bad "work after the
rise. Rain is needed to drive them
out of the low, thilok places.

Capt. Lyle was given a genuine
surprise party last week. The occa.
sion was ble 71st birthday, and the
affair was so well planned by Mrs.
Cbester tOat more than thirty of the"
Captain's friends were wishing him
."many happy returns of the day"
before #e realized what was hap-
penlug. GCard and. other gapes
were sb)o)ed reft ebmeatof
l- euem d we served. O
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A rainy clay yesterday. Ground
was beginning to get dry here. If it
would rain for a week it would be a
good thing for the orange market. as
it would give it a chance to clean up
in good shape bIy kniockling the pick-
ers off.

The Item has had letters this week
from at least a dozen Imien front S C.,
N. Y., and other states that want to
come to Florida for the winter and
want enployinent, orange grove work
or any sort of work. If any of our
readers want men drop us a card
and will furnish names.

Congratulations to Putnamn County
on the affirmative vote on the bond-
uing issue. That proposed bridge.
across the St. Johns will brintig a
great deal of trade to Palatka, es-
pecially from Hastings, which will
benefit the whole Counmity; and the
roads to be built will enrich tihe
County and advance its greatness in
the march of progress. That river
road from Jacksonville to Palatka is
more plainly in sight than over me-
fore.-Times-U nion.

20,000 Acres Virgin Pine, cut 40
Boxes to the Acre, 25,000 Feet Lum-n-
ber, for Cash, Quick Sale, at $8.00
rper Acre. This land Is In St. Lucle
Cuuuty, on railroad. RKAL IECTAT.
AGENOY, San Mateo, Fla. tf.


L ands, Homes,

0 range Groves,

Real Estate,


I n the most


Delightful Location

A 11 Prices.


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Real Estate Agency
SAN MATEO. FLA.

I1. Frank Young, of Warran M.
Stanton & Co., Philadelphia made
us a pleasant call Monday. Mr.
Young is just down from Philadel-
phia and reports a much better tone
to oven the orange market since the
election. "He says 12,000 men in one
plant who have been doing little Or
nothing for months have 'been put
on again and this is only one in.
stance. There were thousands of
others, and these people with steady
work prospects were turning loos
more cash.


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COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ,
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,


CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE LARGEST RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLES
TON. SHIP US ORANGES, TANG ERINES AND GRAPEFRUIT. YOU
WILL FIND IT A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH US, BECAUSE


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RELIABLE AND WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
SAY. 1 AND 2 ATLANTIC WHARF


THE LYON BROTHERS CO.,

330 Washington Street, New York,


OUR SPECIALTIES:

FLORIDA


Oranges,


Grapefruit


NEW YORK.


98 PARK PLACE,


Iteferences:-New York National Exchange Bank; Commercial Agencies;
Transportation Lines.


G.G.


McCLINTOCK,


.315 NORTH FRONT ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA.


SPECIALTIES:


ALL CITRUS FRUITS,


EARLY VEGETABLES


WRITE FOR STENCIL AND MARKET REPORT.
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SOUTHERN VEGETABLES


PINEAPPLES .... .. Established 1890 .......... .. ORANGES.


TANGERINES.


.. .. ..... ........ .... .. .. .. .. GRAPEFRUIT.


W. 1l. STANTON & COMPANY,


PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY.


AND VEdETABLES.


Wholesale Commission-Merchants


352 NORTH FRONT STREET.


PHILADELPHIA.


Th eArthur Courtin Co.


S.Rofoirenc(s: liarry Jennings, Tibbals, Fla.; Saegar Bros., Ankona, Fla.; C.
A. Itobinson, Ed'en, Fla.; E. A. Thomas, Deerfleld, Fla.; M. V. Williams,
Putiia Gor1iIa, Fla.; Consolidation National Bank, and all mercantile agen-
(les. ASK FOR STENCIL.


85-87 FRONT ST


PINEAPPLES,


NEW YORK.


TANGERINES,


Oranges and Grapefruit.


An experience ot


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guarantees prompt and satisfactory returns
Stencil and Market Letters on Application,


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grape Fruit, Oranges, Pineapples, Etc.,

J. P. SAUER CO.
Produce and Commission Merchants.
Headquarters for Florida Fruits and Vegetablei.
45 Ninth Avenue, 400 W. 14th Stteet.
NEW YORK.


KUNZ


Shippers I


We


Want


Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pineapples
and All Florida Products.


GET W TOUCH WITH US. WE HAVE EXCE
POR HANDLING FANCY FRUIT, VEGETABLES
WRITE OR WIRE FOR MARKET.
IIRU R STAMP ON APPLICATION.
CHASE. W. APPEL A CO., LTD,,
6 AS STREET. I


LLENT FACILITIES
AND PRODUCE.
NEW ORLANLA.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.


S 9f fruits and vegetables are given
quick srvlce and low prices for su-
plies of
RU"SR STAMPS AND STENCIL#
8t1 $**it gree *tnt.
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S WWITS 1e ATALOe.


Oranges,


Grape Fruit,


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All Oranges, Grapefruit, Pineapples, Etc., handled ex-
clusively on consignment basis. Today is the day to
write us what you have. Quotations both by mail or
telegraph sent on application. DON'T FORGET that
today Is the day. Write for stamp or stencil.


113 Dock Street, Philadelphia


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140 $I *firl wb. t. 0bre. ano #i. '
Do Waging. f'o J'Sicifix N i. "Msil
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to %vaer 4-0.1 .r I'tak. m.'*hltg to be $.W44outtof ft.
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Walter Andrews,
I PRACTICAL AND UPTO DATU
PAINTERS,
PAPER HANGER
and
DECORATOR;
.t:i;,l..s irmrcuht and NM timates
Cheerfully F'urnished.
Box 111. PALATKA, FLA.
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Established 1884.
24 Years Experience in Selling Florida Oranges.

Cerrish Brothers
Commercial5St. BOSTON. ss
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Members of National League C ommilsslon Merchants of U. S.
Reference: The Item, 4th Nat Bank, Boston.
WILITE US FOLR STENCILS.


FIRST-CLASS

Orange Trees For Sale
GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES, PINEAPPLES AND OTHER VARIETIES.
LOW PRICES.
F.C. COCHRANE, Palatka, Fla.
WHOLESALE STATIONEAY-BIGGEST LINE.
Florida and Other Post Cards in State.


Ernest


M.


Merrick,


OKnIMSION MZIOHAwHM


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Wholesale Fruit and Produce.
WOWTNMN FRUITS AND VEGOBTABLS A SPXOIALTT.


i^ W4M T L. M .W. WAMWINATON, a I


- Leding Jeweler. P latka, Fla.
MOe Watch and Clock REPAIRING. Work guaranteea.
Lgest Ue a1 FLORIDA SOUV ENIRS, Jewelry and Leather Goods
b the city.


W.J.&
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DAVENPORT,


FRUITS AND PRODUCE.

Commission Merchants,
NO. 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
RIDA PINEAPPLES, ORAPVFRUIT, ORANGES AND VEGETABLES
pL vOUR SPECIALTIIS.
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-COMMISSION ;,.URCHANTS-
Florida Fruits and Produce
279 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
SPECIALTIES: Pineapples, Oranges, Cr ,; SHIP YOUR

ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT
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NO SALE FOR GRAPEFRUIT.
CAN HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS TO GOOD AD`V


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COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FRUITS and PRODUCE
FANEUIL HALL MARKET,


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H. F. RICE,
W. S. GLIDDEN.


ESTABLI SHED 1867.

PHILLIPS & SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Members of National League of Commission Merchants of the United States
FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE OUR SPECIALTY NOW. IMPORT*
ERS AND EXPORTERS.
REFERENCES; Chatham National Bank, N. V.; Aetna National Bank N.
V.; Fidelity Trust Co., N. Y. and Commercial Agencies.
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PALATKA, FLA.


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FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES

Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Coment-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.


WRITE FOR PRICES.


Self-Opening Gate o*,A.
For any driveway or posts. Open.
ed by any vehleo without assist
ance or stopping. Easily opened by
band, on fot or horseback, and
never stands unfastened. Cannot
be opened by any took. With t ll
control of relns and teams, aol*
dents are avoided. Theo amoa*-
i ory. am above gread and o
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J1 Schnarr & Co., Manufacturers,
ORLANDO, FPLA.


WODERLA ND

THEATRE
When in Palatka don't Fail to visit the Wonderland
Theatre. The MOVING PICTURE SHOW of quality.
Entire change of programme each night.


Rewards of Authorship.
An addition to the list of phraseo-
logical coincidences has Just been
made by a speaker at the religious
congress now assembled in the Ox-
ford Schools. For a competent stu-
dent of any great subject there was,
said Professor Rhys David, no bet.
ter way of clarifying and increasing
knowledge than writing a book about
It. Something like the same senti.
ment was expressed a little more
cynically by the late Bishop Crelgh-
ton at a Dictfonary of National Bio.
graphy dinner. "Whenever," he de-
clared, "I have found myself espe-
cially Ignorant of any subject I have
always tried to get a commission for
an article on it, and in this way I
have picked up a good deal of useful
information.-"-Weetmlnater O.atto.
$qall Rooms Ruin Voles.
Many excellent volces are ruined.
according to a communication which
Dr. Weiss has made to the frtenct
Academle du Medeoiae, by practio.
lag In too small a room. A public
slaner must throw every tama
of his voice a distance of thirty or
forty yards, he say, but a stedat
pante l a s mal feom is aiea *
tir It.,w a yrdeo q,.Mt-


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The soepist whb 6 umebles mu
to provide is charadten WO mo-
tives which wOll w~hstad ttrcual
sortnday, deserves to die poV. Mo-
ave which will withefad crMMUal
sMcUtiny an not the heart to caMM
something to happen every 500 words,
and what publisher can spare the
type for more? What you w-at it:
1. A perstitent pervasive and pro-
posterous personality, surrounded with
plenty ot piffltng pushovers to pro
vide him with opportunity.
S. Gripping situations, and the fact
that they grip with a blacklmith'e
tongs is nothing against them.
S. A plot which 'is a peach and a
tamale in one-a cluttered concatena-
tion of more things than are mream-
ed of in most anybody's philosophy.
4. Local color, to spend your love
of truth on, ,o that this last may
not spoil the more essential parts of
your work.-Puck.


Gardens on Icebergs.
"We passed many Icebergs coming
home from Europe,." said a Philadel-
phian, "and on one of them a gar-
den bloomed.
"It was a beautiful sight. The
great berg 'shone like an enormous
emerald in the sun, and In one level
recess, fenced in by pale green peaks,
a yellow garden gleamed.
"The captain said that iceberg gar-
dens are not uncommon. Moss, it
seems, is brought on to the berge
by .animals' feet. The moss grows,
It decays, it forms a soil or the pol-
len of buttercups and dandelions that
is blown through the air during the
brief Arctic summer.
"Soon the incredible spectacle pre-
sents itself of a great, cold berg adrift
in the salt se" with yellow flowers
springing from the hard cold ice."--
Philadelphia Bulletin.
Decks Strewn With Dead Birds.
Their decks Etrewn with dead song--
birds, the steamers Moses Taylor,
Thomas Bartum and Robert Pulton
put in here Friday after a strange
and perilous trip down from the up-
per lakes. The boats were one week
late.
The crews of the boats report that
for days they crcpt cautiously along
through smoke from forest fires so
thick that one could scarcely breathe.
Thousands of birn', of all descrip-
tions fleeing before the flames took
refuge on the boats, only to be over-
come by the dense smoke. They were
shoveled off the decks by the hun-
dred. Enough of them were left to
substantiate the story when they
came to port.-Ashtabula correspon.
dence Columbus Dispatch.


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lonteerahatouta hete-tefo
DmIro oK MNDuM tmo tmllUj
SON S00180ftDICINNIa a
meat of 4tarraul dimn"; im p 'to
the home the usuntlS. skill and know1
edge of the mode phara a ; mt

in the treatm tof otarrhal dissasm
e ioet isonhronin katfn U cfi-
ame which is very prevalent Nyan
thousand people know they have
chronic catarrh. They h visit
doctors over and over again, andbeen
told that their case Is Oneof ohnif
catarrh. It my-be of the noa, throat,
legs, stomach or some other internal
organ. There is no doubt asto the as-
tunre of the disease The only trouble
is the remedy. This doctor ha tried
to ue them. That doctor has tried
to prescribe for them.
BUT TETY ALL FAILED TO
BRING ANY EIg .
Dr. hartman's idea is that a catarrh
remedy ean be made on large salro ,
she is maing it; that ito e bemade
honeAtly, of athe purMet drup nd of
the sritt un rmty. s idea Is
that this remedy tcan be applied di.
reoty to the people, andto more be
charged br it than is aseemary for
t handtlingof i at.*
verally advertiad oarrtes pea the
label the principal active onstitueat,
tawIng that Perem aa nv ite the al
ltmapeotlon of the ritio.


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Location.
Sa Mateo, Putnam Couaty, if til
Smate.. the east bank of the -k
Joans River, and SO feet above It.
T b highest point In Florida eat of
S the I Julhs river, which Is one4hau
le wide ft this point.
IFirv miles from Palatka, our county
M4, (city of 4,000), 2 mil" from
St. Agustine and about 75 miles
S rom Jacksonvtlle.
The terminus of a branch of the
f lridla Cast VCoast Railway. The de-
pot belas three-quarters of a oule
from the river wharf.
Advantages and Attractions.
Ban Mateo has good shelled roads
aid mile, ot hard sidewalks. Beauti-
ftl wateroaks line both sides of
streets, and meet overhead In many
*jeJd IIee A '.oop .Mno )31 Ipool
JeATlP S SIjaplo 03w) oqA% 'W010
ue 0^ O1) apj.V1mu ITOW ';jwpq
uiau 99it) 'eo9Wolsod .iopJo Aeuow
'*nedxox 'euoqdell 'qda jali 'sjoo~ps
eltArFd Pu ollqnd '*eqajnq*o OA.
The place Is incorporated, but no
town taxes have been collected for
over ten years; the many public im-
provements are made by the push and
generosity of the citizens and pulling
together. The state and county taxes
are about 20 mills on about one-third
valuation.


Good hunting and fishing, deer, tur-
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to ten dol-
lars per week; $2.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
the San Mateo Fnrit Company's grove
here last season
One of the boost advantages 3m
Mateo enjoys Is transportation; bbg
on both river and rail is an advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. The
past season, for lnptanoe, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than congested and fruit ship-
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, in some cases,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
on. route to northern markets, and
did not bring enough to pay freight,
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time. would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksonville
on the Clyde ship the next. This lit-
tle matter this season alone a j
worth thousands'of dollars to the Ban
Mateo srowera and the homeseeker
will do well to bear in mind trans-
portation and cheap rates that come
with competition, in selecting a Flor-
ida location.
The population is about 30, who
came mostly from the northern states.
As a clau they are men of means,
progressive and soolable. Have a bet-
ter class of homes than can be found
In any place In the south of its ale.
The buildings kept painted and
grounds in good order.
Healthfulness.
On account of its high alUttde,
here Is no healthier spot In Florida
for all the year round or for the win-
tor visitors. For those who come to
Florida on account of health, many
ftd thi# higher altitude, dry and
dalay air Is better than the lower,
SmWe ha&r air found In salt water
Business.
5 principle bau"ans t orang
0me 400 are ina "ovq
u4 as this prove prt
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IMPROVED



ROTARY


GRADER.
The result of 17 years' experience as builder of HIGIOGRADE PRI IT GRADERS. A perfect Grader, easy
to operate, cannot bruise the fruit, cannot clog in the machine, lightest rutinning and most up to date machine
on the market. Special Packing House Machinery built to order, Supplies, Equipment, Etc. Write me ftr
anything you want Nothing too small to receive my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to or4aM
Por prices and circulars write the inventor and manufacturer.
EDWe. N. MAULL, Palatka, Florida, U. S. A.


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cattle and hogs seem to be profit-
able.
As an Instance for profit In n good
orange grove, Mr. B. F. Dotney, from
less than sevcn acr shipped $6,200 worth of fruit.
8o;l.
The soil varies -; great deal from
high pine to low n.id hligIh homnock,
all within a mile. so that lands for
any purpose or crops can be secured
San Mateo can be reached frorn
Jacksonville by Florida: Eait ('oaA.t
railway or Ieach na:d Miil#r lln steamers (see time tables rls ewh(rt
in this pAper). The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive here about 10
p. m. so do not advise this route.
Fare B. & M. li-ne $1 25; railroad $2
from Jacksonville.
LaTinch Rainbow leaves Palatka
every afternoon at 1'"~). Lucas line
steamers 2.30 p. In., every day but
8unday.
B. A M. line from Palatka 3 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays,
nwd threi trains dally on F. E. (C.
railway. Pare from Palatka 25 cent,
any route. tf


SAN MATEO CIGARS.


None better. See ad on page
or prices and sample boxes.
aem a trial. 8. W. ROWLEY.


eight
Give


HOUSES TO RENT.


Furnished, comfortable, nicely sit.
mate& Write REAL ESTATE AGEN-
OT, Ban Mateo, Fla., t


DWWIREF & 'RON WKS, Louis viLLE.Ky.


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WANT


Every Grower in the


State


To Have Our Books.


*FLORIDA VEGETABLES"-A COMPLETE MANUAL OF FLORIDA
CROPS.
"HOW AND WHEN TO FERTILIZE CITRUS TREES" BOOK OF
SPECIAL INTEREST TO ORANGE GROWERS.
"FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"-., BOOKLET ON "SOIL, VARIETIES,
CULTIVATION AND FERTILIZATION."
"IRISH POTATOES"-BOOKLET ON "SOIL, SEED, PLANTING AND
CULTIVATING, EFFECT OF FERt ILIZERS, DIGGING AND SHIPPING."
"PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"- OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO PINE-
APPLE GROWERS.
"IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-BOOK SHOWING ALL OUR DIFFERENT
BRANDS, ANALYSES, PRICES, E TC.
NEW AND REVISED EDITIONS OF THE ABOVE, JUST PUBLISH
ED AND SENT FREE FOR THE ASKING.


Wilson &


Toomer


Fertilizer Company,


JAOKSONVILLE, FLA.


EAST FLORIDA CITRUS NURSERY

Standard variel'ths of Orange and (;: ri li in .1. .Mv >,itn son is large and of exi1ra lie' qual, N 1.\ Ii' (l '1 al,'. \Willl mako
special low price on trles for No. *li;ir Ili'vry


Address:


WILLIAM F. REED,
1ll,(A YTO(N) I.S4IA\N1), ,LA.


STETSON SHOES FOR MEN.

QUEEN QUALITY & AMERICAN

GIRL SHOES FOR LADIES.
A full line of Shoes for Boys, Misses & Children,

CITY SHOE STORE.


IERBERT CROOK, Prop.


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'We poeittvely Ive yo f6f 30 t!
0o per cent. on Budele-A potJl
request Is all it will cost you to
how we do (t.
STOP paying the extortion levied by dealersn C
buggies. and put this money in your own pocket.
Write us today, and give us a chance to put our
claims before you. If we can't prove them. w
won't a&A you to bay.
)MAmV.IWCs, .s0.S 2e, yf... Agul,


& STEWART


WHOLSAU AAND TAIL


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
CIGARS, TOILET ARTICLE rETO. *
TUghmnn's Condition Powders, for Cattle, Horses and Sheep.
An excellent appetizer for domestic animals, fattening, and gives them
a fte appearance and glossiness ot coat. It s aa InfaJllible cure for "Salt
O*ek"* a cattle, and is also specially recommended for hog cholera, et,
Ste.
Bole agents, ACICIKMAN & STUWART, Palatka, Fla.
Full directions on back of box.
PALATKA, * FLORIDA.


ROLLINS COLLEGE
Florida's Oldest College. College, Academy aid Schools of Music, Ex-
pression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts and Business. Car.
aegie Hall and thLrd men's dormitory now going up; electric lights;
steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health conditions; fine
gymnasium, athletic field; tennis courts, golf links; baseball and basket
ball teams champions of Florida this year. Nearly a quarter of a million
dollars endowment; expenses moderate; scholarships available. Christian
but undenominational; stands for Character, Culture, Conduct. Next sea.
slon begins October 7. For catalogues address the president,
WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., WINTER PARK, FLORIDA.

MALSBY MACHINERY CO.,


22 OCEAN ST.,


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
TELEPHONE NO. 574.


We carry at Jacksonville a large
and complete stock of portable and
stationary engines, boilers and saw
mills; all woodworking machinery;
all kinds of saws, belting and 1ill
supplies.
We have many thousands of satis-
fled customers who will testify to the
merits of our goods.
It Will pay you to get our PRICES and TERMS before buying. We are
general Southern Agents for FARQUHAR Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills.
A POSTAL WILL BRING OUR SALESMAN. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
qCTAI)OG.


ROWLEY'S


EAST COAST BARGAIN HOUSE.
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C. $5<


For tea years the lIeding general m*reMhadl es tbltohmeae 1
at lorida, sad still at the head.
WPAPIA AND FANOT---
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Come to San Mateo and spend the winteO ot 6 f m
come agaln.
It you want to rent a cottage, write us; we have them sl
ready to move In. Byrlyn Place. (see advertilement jn %t u
not be beaten In Florida for a board Ing houst. rw W 1t
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Real Estate Agency.


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Latest Style GoMen Oak
PARLOR ROCKER, only
Stn!i us $t.P.5 nud we'll p.ick nnd ship you this rocker
tCiat rc-t!larty sel!s at retnil stores for $7.p. BDoton letter.
e.at r.d t 1)-: wit'i French rtt..e at too. Afmde ofoak,
finr.ish r 1' n r:"l ":Ty polis!tel. ?;ahoeany ~alsh if
desird. V- 1c..i F.:.e lots of money by buying grect
Irn le Lfac:-y t'i:t b1y.lum h eribr I& b: j lo:os, ma':cm s
b:t c*:'-' r .:,i s l. t'ie:in ri':it here in tle Sotiui to 70 a
W:ill '., yo icheavy freight clhiarges and retailer'
rof t.. C:.r l3 free catalogue shows over soo different
ki'!; of c:.uirs for parlor, dining room, kitchen, porch,
lar n, store, of3ce-nll sizes and styles-all at lowest bar.
\"in 'rves. Ivry chair guaranteed exactly as repre.
,.cut( l or your money back. You take no risk what
ever. Mail 1,potal to-day for Catalogue and special
c:',istLmas List. Means dollars in your pocket. i
nORloA C:AIR FA CTOr smu .e M m eu M Is. Jau.iMUm. fa.


F. A.


Gerber


& Son,


Dealers In


Furniture and House Furnishing Goods


of all descriptions. Undertakers and Embalmers.
Just arrived' complea line Crockery and China Tableware,
ware, Toilet Sots, Odd Plocos China Glassware, Lamps, etc.



Hotel


1C6-112 FRONT ST., PALATKA.


a


K E/NNER Lg H-ARDWARE eO;
Are County Agents for the
OLIVER CTl 1LLID PLOWS
Also for the
PLANET JUNIOR CULTIVATORS
In fact, we sell everything in the


Line, 8TOVUS of all kinds, Cooking Iotellas, Hames. Trese O is,
Plow Castings, Spaes,. Hoes, Shovels, Rakes, Lawva s w6aSw
Poultry and Fence Wire.
PALATKA. MONO


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Watch Palatko and This Section,


in at Bottom Prices.


Now's the Time to Get


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REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND INVESTMENT AGENCY,
PALATKA, FLA.
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION BASIS. PURE
WATER. FARM LANDS, THE BEST IN FLORIDA, IDEAL WINTER
HOMES, FLOWING SULPHUR WELLS.
LOCATE WHERE IRRIGATION IS EASY AND CROPS ARE SURE.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. AM SURE TO PLEASE YOU.


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Clothing.
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THE SOMMER-HART ORANGE CLIPPER' -
The clipper Is made after a de sign furnished by Mr. W, & Kt Of
hlawks Park. It contains all the es sentials of a first class llnUp4 "
made of the best bteel, and rounded lips to prevent clipper oUgt0
you once uee this clipper, you will use no other. The best is te
est. Price by mail $1.25 each, pobt paid, price per dosea $1lO
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Ising. Odbmme mn MOWspol dp" dieOt words can hardly express
7-,"What eve O qiillic w &U hff thme ke I 05 fdifne tht vIl gobeyond mwer
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Mrs. M. C. Austin. of Memphs, Tenn. writes: "For five (5) years I suffered with every sympto
of female disease, but after using the wel-known Cardul Home Treatment, I was entirely weL"
II Lnr Wf A LE Watiay fbr a ffru ca w vduaMte*64-ps Iiaustratld Book for Woeun>. If you need Me&.
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EVENTUALLY


YOU WILL USE


Armour Fetilizers.


WHY NOT NOW?


Manufactured in Jacksonville.


Sales Agent,


BYRLYN


S. W. ROWLEY.


PLACE


COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
HEALTHY, high pine woods country. Convenient for side trip to St.
Augustine and all East Coast points. Ocklawaha and St. Johns River steam.
ers stop at the wharf. GOOD HUNTING, some fishing; guides and dogs
can be had on short notl,. 400 acres.
OF ORANGE GROVYES.
House is situated in 15-acro Orange grove, one block from Depot, 8-4
mile from River.
Rates: $10.00 per week; $3.00 per day. For reservations write,


DR. E. E. BANKER,


Manager,


San Mateo, Florida


Favorite


Fertilizers


ARE THE VERY BEST MADE FOR


Citrus Fruits and All Crops.
TMUY ARE ASl GOOD AS THE BEST MATERIAIA AND MOST APPROV-
RD METHODS OF MANUFACTURE CAN MAKE THEM. WRITB FOR
OUR BOOKLIrT AND PRICE LIU. '


SANDERS FERTILIZER CO.


AND FACTOR ON VIADUCT.


JAC3BONVI LLE. ILL.


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SEABOARD
9 AIR LINE RAILWAY
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern I
Pines, Raleigh, Richmond. Washington,
!* Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York. 7
U -THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
* Seaboard Florida Limited N
* Seaboard Express U
* Seaboard Mail
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
1 The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullnan Vestlbuled
Train, St. Augustine and Jackm nivll: to N(w York via Richmond
a and Washington. Dining car (a la carto servlc,), Doublo Drawing
U Room, Sleeping Cars, State Room nnd Observation Car. Leave SL
0 Augustine 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonvillo 12:55 p. m. daily, including
* Sunday. U
For full Information and sloeper res-rvntions, call on any agent,
* 8CT RSaloard, or write: U
S* 8. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General l'a.u.ngor Agent,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
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lNso Iperiment They have been on the market for years.
At all the great hoteLs of the East Ccast.
At the Club House of tho Florida Automobile Assoolatioa
on Daytona-Ormond Beach.
On board the famous SL Johns thid Ocklawaha River
Steamers.
By the Union News Company on the limited trains.
At all First class Hotels, Clubs and Cafes.
The Florida Tourist knows and loves them well. WV'y
don't you get acquainted?
For convenience of our mail order friends we put anmeof
our best brands in boxes of 12 cigars each and will deliver
'ee anywhere in the United states at following prices:
Box of 12 Panotelas for 75 cents, retail price 10 cents.,
Purltanos for 75 cents. o 10 "
S Club House I1 00 retail price 15 cents.
Invincibles $1 25 retail price 20 cents.
S *a Imperials $1.50 retail price 20 cents.


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S. W. ROWLEY,
San Mateo, Fdorlda.


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Item*g 1, !; M m a g*
'T. 00 so" S I The K s,.atM boar t toaef y
a i Ne O S *9*6W. adptd utred s rteolitntio wieleig 1 w4101 0
J sre se, ,Be Via--lmace the grelt the mseace to the etUaW markets It- They w1
NOWan d p Ore om May 1. I, whes the eie vnolved lan tbe shipping of green frait. u ito W M X gl
J---- ty of Jkservlie was saIM ashes, e board would have the state take taOt thor is a11111
. h,)L DA f a bIams &rePiw d 7w new vigorous action. also the United Statest, gi0slt lUtsif"l
,. t e " I A bld~a. Jaraoaill It I enjoyed department of agriculture. by bring- I-atet m f =i*a
,a u la'errWp'e4 11 .laa1.4 vwom t stne lg the shblpment of green fruit within ably to the Wiath s1 a
J I fo fr aTdvertlslag ar de h gret nfagreaton aDd in almost the scope of the pure food laws, if this action.
a M e t la ertiJoB te oU lp erry lahan"a r h ne w JtlldlOgV possible. It would have a state law Sheriff James C. VYaa Pdt at hft
M atraed. etiad ar, uperor to tb~ os* destroy- psd requirinX the labeling of all bla county eaadMdte fa r reiegIgls,
..._... 514 Patrk-ulArly is this irite at the pa.kagei containing such fruit In a received nearly two votes eVr
OTF 0 SMCRIPTIO.v re tat tnIm. -a the ntw builds alianner to Indicate that it Is green, one received by hise sp t o
nOu i 0bWye. rT"w ure. of obstruction. The ,eremonies in connetclon with ponent, In nlfeteo s Odt te l -t4r
0 9sy, o"n yel r . .. .$1 .. a. of a ou1iaer, larger t and more sb. thr. Induj-tin Into office of Go Gil- precincts. It wl be read1re14
One t m ts . ... ats heter than ever or. i hrlt on January I promise to the that so mecrte
s also rtare e ttthc e re mared in thih most brilliant that Tallahassee has him for doing his s8wor dut, In the
--Mo.t solicited from surb ; ,rt bo ud i pr oer,. P i- ever seen. The Tallahassee board of defense of a neWo f W~ a
rlers,. Items reg dt[D exte,,- ,le tet an srorest det trade has made preparations for this mob attacked the p Ithat w dle-
OFF 0s. Insall feea Dof t hcoos"o ly be ro ety of the city ta uet. ban Inauuratln in tht- way of appointing eotU.rged to the point of tenderng his
pslydu4 d I, ro.,iee. adverse rlcuom- ommlitt'-, and Intend% that It shall withdrawal as a candidate. ]Butuh
sdrn,.e bank Di-uart rags for t e one w ,rthy of a state growing so urging from his tri ids sa the law.
-JfbOea Ocot r will esr#s#d ,by over rapidly in population and weath as abidlg public was m stNO that be
No-Wb*rtbrs reo-in the earl fr the erre Florida is. The state's metropolis consented to recondMer hils it on.
Mat ItAm will pte'ae, nAe that istP $n g oth of la t r a nbld be. worthily represented In Escammbl thus shows hooer to.the
Mt"cas a sample copy. ,m,,al ompflatiron tb buank ,arl is thtF ex-reiJsex. Jacksonville's grow- man who did his duty fearlenly.
for the m .nh f Oetobtxr are thown to ing importance and her relations to County Enumerator J. Z. Merrell of
Our readers wil o.J amus wh itn J b azgrrrate. to $ ,-4 h- tht' r(''t of the state tcal upon her to Orlando has filed his report of the
r aders wll rig n s 4I T,: fiure~ exeed the t|al take a prominent part in the inaugurat farm products and manufacturing n-
wriUag to parties advertisig la tl!s ,.l~-arlnm for tfo cfrr,-Apodlng month (orn )f the- governor for which It and terests of Orange county and while
paper if they will state that they saw ,f D1u7 vb $12/*. I 7. Iuval runwrity polled so large a vote. there are still thousands of aeres of
the advertlsewnnt la TIhe Ba Mato -- -. Ast hb' Tallahasseb- True D*emocrat of uncultivated land In the county the
Jlan. This Is little trouble and costs HOW IS YOUR DIGESTION? (.N*ob-r 23 put it. report Indicates that the acres tat
bothlicg. but It heIps said i Mrs. Mary rDowling of .o 224 sth Aeronautti,. the American maga- are cultivated yield abundant and
f*Mo r wat byth advert -u anVrars-, r mmnrids a zne of aerial navigation, for October, profitable returns. The manufacturing
or-a-or wat- b the advert r. fs.a ra r eommnd ahas this item of news concerning a Interests which Include naval stems.
rme-dy for stomach trouble. he bays:I well-known winter resident of Flori. etc., show capital invested of $1.446,-
Uaterwe at ttae Ai'toffre at Ban M "Gra'ijud fyr th<. waond-rful ,-ffr< f da: "'Mr. Hugh L. Willoughby, a prom- 400, with a eash product of $027.110.
too, la., as seao l Csa, mall a a f au', ind- inent memtbr of the Aro club of The past year has been a most disas-
1411,r Am#-ria, will shortly s.art work upso trous one for the turpentine men and
U m f' ily ,;r.n.fd 'La, for b.rnmacL an a'ropilare at hi.- winter home at many of the stills have been Idle a
.. .. s !.' r ro jlA I 'r.' s"'ri is A .6owalls Point. Forida. This work part or all of the time.
IT0 'T- UU i *' ;'- ''*i mar1 t1 o blla -d ;ar ly u;;cn a mode1
l. 0.| K'r,-a' r: ?f a:.d ad,-ra,'ivy- whibh be ,onstructed in 1 8 and part-
C ITY l"GITSRu AU'M* N'r'E 1' ra;l' tL' -., p;rn -ly from observations made in the in C A S T O R A
o 'rr. 4 i-f li e-fpia'ally tof hl i th I
St Petersbusrg.Will Receive Its ; a,1 T' ,,-. o f-male eakLw *, muir festival to in held in thr i
Portion of Road Fund. S V. 1to -*y *drug stor- *f etad F"-.ruary 12-12. will be th6 TheKi YuN H l
BAiiifT ( w &UaII T -' i'-. BAUM ME IIT'. 1. an i+.,ory Af Florida. With two Bears the
EFf C Of TH E DECISION. AIhabetta Orr o f Arranging F:a rederd by four s ts of
NA,"es on Ballot Caused ConfasA.on. ..d, repu'atjon and a well trained lo-
FT'a R.ching-.-Othb, Meu .s Msy J *i.i--. r -Th':' ix eorsud j cal (Lo-us of some hundred voices.
DFar Thin-ther Mnpaitie May .,- y; l:, !.from t various acom.naried by the large crgan cf tho
Demand Ther Propeori of Taxs oh.r.- i;n mh!h h. alabetical or. unlrfriy and a good orchestra, it AN FATAY
Paid ;Cuntles. ', -r ,f arrahrinv '.- arr.-: on the |aL Iis an e ent to which many mueic loo.
i''s furnished for th,. r-ec-,:n eiectio, ,-rs f the state will look forward w!th Footprints Traced Man Is Under
Tarrpa, Fvl, :+. ., ,n whh *.as, followed A .rutiny of the re- antdc!.ations of pleasure. Under Arrest.
will 1,, tv' ia;,, .+.,v ,1, f urns shown that many voters were
Iwill has a a t ;, n )f, puzzled when theatt mpted lo plek A meteor was een to descend In Pensacola, Fla. Mrs. Josephine
Ssulaint d by l' .. m Judge uzthl ndd w hen the y att wimted to ,rik ad daylight some time ago by a Lewis was shot and probably fatally
J, 1L at i 'J. ',, ion- vote 'for, quite a number solvir the i,arl:. in a launch on the Coast Line wounded as she sat at her sewing ma-
O I h. a gi,.h, s io n problem by votingta or the Ort n ames. anal, near Palm Pea'-h. It apparently chine in her home at Bay Point. The
over ,to t ti e ,vi,.c a.r i i'.ourmstturn thul distributing their suffrage mona r achrd earth about half a mile north shot was fired by someone whose Iden-
Ier torito (f h,'- road a dl b the hr various iartien with ai generosity ,rf east from Juno. It was apparently tity Is not known and who was hidden
fud rion 'f he i roadl and ar v which u presumably, was ith at all in-r about four or five times as large as behind a bush near a window. The
fuud of h l, orny o Ht. wh. presumably, was ot at all In- the largest ball from a Roman candle, shooting was dome with a shot gun,
orsbuhargth rol Ild btr Judge n several counties the alphabetical Suh a sight Is very unusual and that the charge taking effect In Mrs. Lewis'
for t1% full qu ta of ths- road fund ap. arrangement of names of candidate ;Farny was very fortunate in observe. breast.
iaortlon(d Ito mrnu.ipiliall i.4 uiridr th. was abandoned in the blank ballots lwg It. Foot prints were traced from the vi.
proviAlon of thw. statute. which nays and the five first names In the list of Surveyor J. W. Patton of Gaines- cinity of the Lewis residence to the
that each injlipailiy ins entitled to presidential electors were those of theb ville haH completed a report on the home of Hugh Powell and he wus
one-half of thl road aid bridge fund democratic candidates. followed by Olne tree on which he has been at placed under arrest as a suspicious
rollete.d within their r..etive cor- the five republican candidates and so wc(rk for three years. He finds from person. He said he knew nothing
porate limit. The'ii. .f..t of the det.ls. on. General the names of each deni- observation that a pine will grow only about the shooting. The sheriff be-
ion, itf ausiailnd, il, h,h high,.r court, ocratic candidate or candidates lead one-twelfth of an inch In thickness af lives robbery was the motive for tha
to which it is suld the county corn. the list in the case of .each o e to be ter the first five years and that it attack.
nmislioners will carry it, will I,,e to pre. voted for. This was a more satlstfc takes Fixty-two years for the pine for-
clpitato a demand of other nunlicipal.- tory arrangement than the alphabet ests to produce saw timber. PUTNAM COUNTY GOING AHEAD.
ties In the state for their proportion cal one. How little is known of the mineral -
of the road and bridge fund and It is There is more Catarrh in this lec- wealth of Florida is shown by the re- This section of Putnam county is
ust unlikely that the commnisioneru tion of the country than all other ported discovery by citizen of pushing ahead. For instance, at our
will e called upon by Tampa for a .dio e t together and until the Galnesville of agate on the banks of county seat. Palatka, there have been
lar, amount due under tha act to difcoatses put together, and until the Ihe Suwanneo river In the western
this corporation. A Tampa pays 5 last few years was supposed to be in- part of the county. Alachua. Like the more public improvement made in
.per cent of the road fund into th curable. For a great many years doc- recent discovery of marble near Tam. the past two years than iln twenty
<.iunly treasury, the payment to it of tors pronounced It a local disease and pa. it was unexpected. The specimens years previous all put together.
Itu proportion would work a hardship prescribed local remedies, and by con- of agate. It is said. will compare fa- A movement Is now on foot to bond
enI tht rural districts. stanlly falling to cure with local treat, vorably with those found In Colorado, .the county for good roads, bridge
mWATCHED FIFTEEN YEAR. m t pronounced it Incurable 8cl- and large quantities can be found in across the St. Johns river and new
WATCHD FIFT N YAR. e' co con- that region. Agate, onyx, chalcedony, court house. The push and go-ahead
"For fifteen years I have watched enee ha Iren catarrh to be a con carnelan, sand, chrysoprase and many fever has struck. Now Is the time
the working of Hlucklen's Arnica Salve stitutinual disease and therefore re- others are but varieties differing only to invest in this section. Price
and it has ever failed to cure any squires constitutional treatment. Hall's in external form and appearance from o real tat will vane lively in
soed hol, un e'r Ir burn to which it Catarrh Cure. manufactured ,by F. J. each other, of the one family, quartz, of real tte wl dvac vy l
was applld. It ha avred us many Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. is the says the American Encyclopedia. The the next two years. Come to Ban
was appdctor billed. It has naved. ardy s only constitutional cure on the mar- tame authority states that agates are Mateo or write
ea doctor biltonl" ,ays A. c. Hardyt W. kot. It is taken Ianternally In doses distinguished from the other varieties REAL iTATE AGBNCY.
*ws. ,t Ad,,... 2 ta B..tapno,,u I, by the veins of different shades of Baa Matoo, Pla.


ltowloy's drug store. tf ", t h.- -. .- -. ..... color which traverse the stone In par-
acts directly on the blood and mu- allel, concentric layers, often eo thin
U TIM of FMAkUiANY cous surfaces of the system. They as to number fifty or more to an Inch. -
offer one hundred dollars for any When these stripes alternate, an ORCHARD SPRAY PUMPS
*Three a*lid Trains a Day Shipped case it falls to cure. Send for circu- opaque band with one transparent, the SPRAYING GOLUTIONG *
for Twenty-One Days. lars and testimonials, stone forms the material of the true
asaoo, rFla.-Three sold trains of Address: 7. J. CB.NEY & CO., cameo. One of the most beautiful and IRRISATING PUMP
los daily for twenty-one Toledo. Ohio. striking forms of this stone is the SAGOLINE NGINKS
hip from Pnsaoo to old by Druggists. 75c. moss agate, but there are several oth- A* OLINE ENGINS
S. t tills for cont- er named varieties of the gate, all MALLARY MilU. UPPLYV 0
th trails aent Take Hall's family Pills for con beautiful ad all sm-pracloes stones.
and anmbered so patio. tt We sball know much oore abeut the MACOW, A '-
trains within the -- minerals to be found in Florlds when '
e ai J ud from the accounts of mat- the state geologist survey has om-
SSh sle saimless destruction of prit peted its geral wk. the
i Hallow'en nighLt as T vata who esU thOerm
nobro w a s to -I

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and has a
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dertoibed p

laAe oowmty, a
1gt halt of aorthwe
iea 5., township 8,.
80. The said land be
the date o the imNan
tUWAe In the name o
27. %
Utlsm said certUflc
deemom according to
wirms .thereon on
D1ceb, A. D. 1908.
Witness my official
seai, this the 4th da:
A. AD 1906:


Clerk Circuit
Florida.
*D. C.


tEION L. cation for tax deed to lease i accord-
SW UW "I aMe with law. Sa; certificate ma-
SLAWM braces the following deascrbed proper.
IDA. ty situated In Putnam county, florida,
to-wit: East halt of northwest quar-
["a that R. H. ter and southwest quarter of north-
t tax certificate west quarter and north half of south-
Sday of July, west quarter, section 10. township 9,
M certificate range 25-acres 200. The said land
made application being assessed at the date of the Is-
I In accordance suance of such certificate In the name
cB esdbraces the of Florida Commercial Company.
property situated Unless said certificate shall be re-
Plorida, to-wit : deemed according to law. tax deed
at quarter, sec- will issue thereon on the 14th day of
range 24-acres December, A. D. 1908.
ing *suosaod at Witness my official signature and
ice of such cer. seal, this the 4th day of November,
)f Unknown No. A. D. 1908:


ite shall be re-
law, tax deed
the 14th day of

signature and
y of 'November,


JOSEPH PRICE,
Court Putnam County,
By Joseph Price, Jr.,
(Seal.)


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED UNDER SECTION 8
OF CHAPTER 4888, LAWS
OF FLORIDA.

Notice is hereby given that R. H.
Browning, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 30, dated the 7th day of July,
A. D. 1890 has filed said certificate
in my office, and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property sit-
uated in Putnam county, Florida, to-
wit: Southeast quarter of northeast
quarter, section 35, township 8, range
24-acres 40. The said land being as-
sessed at the date of the issuance of
4 such certificate in the name of Un-
known No. 24.
Unless Eald certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 14th day of
December, A. D.. 1908.
Witness my official signature and
seal, this the 4th day of November,
A. D. 1908:
JOSEPH PRICE,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
Florida. By Joseph Price, Jr.,
'D. C. (Seal.)
tf

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED UNDER SECTION 8
OF CHAPTER 4888, LAWS
OF FLORIDA.

Notice is hereby given that R. H.
Browning, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 342, dated the 5th day of April,
A. D. 1892, has filed said certificate in
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property situ-
ated in Putnam county, Florida, to-
wit: Northeast quarter of northwest
quarter, section 33, township 9, range
24-acres 40. The said laud being as-
sessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificate in the name of Un-
known.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 14th day of
December, A. D. 1908.
Witness my official signature and
seal, this the 4th day of November,
A. D. 1908:


Clerk Circuit
Florida.
D. C.


JOSEPH PRLCE,
Court Putnam County,
By Joseph Price, Jr.,
1. (Seal.)


SOTI O APPLICATION FOR
X 6 UNOSa SECTION 8
PMyg 4MI., LAW
SP FLORIOA,.

bby r8given that R. H.
of tau cortlUate
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JOSEPH PRICE.
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
Florida. By ,Joseph Price. Jr.
D. C. (Seal.)
tf

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED UNDER SECTION 8
OF CHAPTER 488S, LAWS
OF FLORIDA.


Notice is hereby given that R. II
Browning, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 1191., dated the 2d day of July,
A. 1). 190), has filed said certificate in
mny office, and has made application
for tax d<(f'd to issue in accordance

with law. Said certifl'ate embraces
ihe following described property sit-
uated in Putinam county. Florida, to.
wit: Nortlheast quarter of northwest
quarter, section 29, townshilp 9, range
24-acre.s i.' The said land being as-
s;essed at the (dat e of tIl' issutance of
.-ucvh 'rtificate in ithe nimini of F. M.
Markley.
I'nless said (c'irifica deemed accoidini to law. tax di(1'cd
will Issue thereon ion thm I .li l d(ay 'of
December, A. D1). 191t'.
Witness my official ,,sinatuiir and
seal, this the -tl day of November,
A. D. 1908:


Clerk Circuit
Florida.
D. C.


JOSEi'Hl PRICE,
Court Putnam County,
ty .Joseph Price. .Ir.
(Seal. )


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED UNDER SECTION 8
OF CHAPTER 48VS, LAWS
OF FLORIDA.

Notice is hereby given that It. II.
browningg, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 13S, dated the 7th day of July,
A. 1). 1890, has filed said certificate in
my offtle, and has made application
for tax deed to Issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate enmbrac(es
the following described property sit
uated in Puinam county, Florida, to-
wit: East half of southeast quarter,
-section 29, township 9, range 24---
acres 10. The said land being assess-
'd at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of U'iiknown
No. 38.
Unless said crtiflncate shall he re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the lth d(lay of
December, A. D. 19)08.
Witness my offclial signature and
seal, this the 4th day of November,
A. D. 1908:
JOSE'hi'll ItIC'E,
('lerk Circuit C('ourt Putinam ('ouiity,
Florida. By Joseph Price, .It.
D. C. (Seal.)
tf

SEVEN YEARS OF PROOF.

"i have had seven years of proof
that Dr. King's New I)iscovery is the
best medichie to take for coughsi and
!-olds and for every disea; -ed c(onditlon
of throat, c(heat or lungs," says W. V.
Henry of Panama, Mo. The world
has had thirty-eight years of proof
that Dr. King's New D)lscovery is the
best remedy for coughs and colds, la-
4rippe, asthma, bay fever, bronchitirs.
hemorrhage of the lungd and the ear-
ly stages of consumption. Its timely
use always prevents the development
of pneumonia. Sold under guarantee
at a. W. Rowley's drug store. 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free. tf


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Courteous Treatment


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FIRST NATIONAL BANK,


St. Augustine, Fla.


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAXDEED. I Gainesville Nurseries
Notice is hereby given t 1hat Randalli
Wells, purchaser of tax c( rtillcatto No. N'w catalog tfor the 'inli>1Kg seafIo
765, dated the 4th day of Jt.ly. A. I). contains a g-ood list of fruit, fort.
1898, has filed said certilhlate in my nut and ornamental trees in variety;
oce, and has made applicat ion for shrubs, roses, palms, ferns, utc. Send
tax deed to Issue in accordante with
law. Said certificate embraces tlh for it.
following described prop'ity situated
in Putnam county. Flu ida, to-wit AV P
South half of north half of northwest o o e oGRAVE, IPropy
quarter of northwest qiuartr-r, section
27, township 11, range 2Y -' acrem. Gainesville, Florida.
The said land being assessed at tho --
date of the issuainc of such l ertiticatuo aIseCmaWooAadcock
in theo name of E. Griflin.
Unless said certificate shall b- re- Plmanin Mil.
deemed according to law, tax d.e-il
will issue thereon on the iGth day of JACKSONVILLTE. FIA.
November, A. D. 1908. Manufacturers and lietal! Dealers in
Witness my official signiaturn stand R
seal thib, the 7th day of O(.t,,E.r, A. Rough and Dressed Lum-
1. 1918: JOS()SEi'I I'itcl(, ber of all kinds.
Clerk Circuit C(ourt PutlrmiCm (Coinly,. Lath. Mouildngs, Turning and Band
Florida. By It. ItNyionoid Pice,, .Lat, w Door and WVindow Frames.
8 awing. Door and Window Framnes.


D. C.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.


Notice is hereby glvein that Raridall
Wells, purchaser of tax certificate No.
(108, datcd the 24th day o(f July, A. D).
1905, has fled said cert ificate In myy
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue In accordance with
law. Said certifi('ate e ibiac(s te
following described proper' rty situ ate'd
in Putnam coluny, Florida, to-wit :
South 5. acres of east half of -outh-
west quarter, section 29, township 11,
range 27-5 are's. The said land b'-
ing assessed at the date of the is-
suance of such certiflvate in the name,
of E. A. Av, ry.
Unless said certiflcato shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will lisue thereon on the 1Gth day of
November, A. 1). 1908.
Witness my official signature and
seal this, the 7th day of October, A.
D. 1908: JOS.HP9 H PRICE,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
Florida. lly It. Itaymond Price,
D. C. (Seal.)
Lt

laeud wu; Is full.' u:i i3lportJa
on tho farl a a hand work,


Store and Ollleu Fixtarvi, Eotc.


ESTIMATE'S' lt1;K tlt,1a Y
FUItNISiIED).
Special Attention to Mall Orders.


W. A WALTO/N
LIVERY, FTED AND BALI
STABLE.
I ipne saddle horses. Agent ttu"e
baker Bros. Mfg. Co., South ee46
Ind. Phone 8, P. O. BoX ,alat

"You are made to feel at home lire."
NeAW and liberal management.


The New Arlington Hotel
KALBFIELD & VARNMS,
Proprietors.
PALATKA, . FLORIDA.
Catering especially to the commer-
cial trade. Central and most desire,
bly located for business. Raten $2 to
$2.50. Special by the week. In con-
nection: The Graham Hotel-Europe-
an Plan.

If a InIAl is honest, you can always.
tell it by the way he doesn't talk
about It.
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3poyr of the Ioldlers ia the ninJgl
S **DIlsalttes utbthe iMas

The day was warm, and I had juai
dropped languidly into the hammock
for an after-luncheon siesta, when
one of the men of the house appeared
on tke piazza with his rifle and am-
munition box. Instantly I sat up,.
"Wh( re are you gotin?" I delAanded.
"Deer stalking. Tbu" .oldiers get a
deer nearly every day. "Then I am
going, to)," I sild. I looked away
across the rallroa(d and beyond t'ho
old Spanish block house toward the
young Arnrienii town of Ceballos,
and there up the dusty, red road came
several kh.kl-eled boys from the 14th
Infantry that Uncle Sam has station-
ed here to "hold the lid down in
Cuba." "Oh, don't go with them. Let
me go. I'll be quiet," I pleaded-and
I meant to be. So we started, the
man wit Is rifle over h!s shoulder
and I with a jarver-a basket made
of palm-fibre-and a machete for I
wanted to get some ferns.
Down through our young orange
orchard we v.'cnt to the dry bed of
the tiny river-the river that dur-
ing the rainy season runs flush, and
sometimes overflows. This made a
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spe-nudi pain inroutKn t jungle, o1r tOOK US through the guinea grass to
the bottom was hard uand and the our own home, at which place, later
boughs overhead made a nice. cool on, with aching shoulder and weary
shade, so that walking was a pleas- feet but the lightest of light hearts,
ure, save when great dams of drift- we joyfilly entered the gateway anl
wood forced us up Into thl tangled rested from our labors.-Forest and
undergrowth on tho banks. Gladly Stream.
we would slide down into the sand
again, for the woods are a regular SOCIETY BELOW STAIRS.
Jungle, a perfect net-work of tangled
vines twining from tree to tree, Im- Hotels Have to Provide for Several
penetrable, save as one cuts a way Different Strata.
through with machete, or follows ant Tn the furnishing and fitting of some
ancient Cuban path. Parasites are of the new apartments and apart-
these vines, and they in turn bear ment hotels several Interesting fes-
up great masses of parasites. It Is tures have been under discussion. In
this, with the loads of orchids on other days, in the old class of such
the trees, that makes, for the north- buildings in this city, a dining room
crner, the Cuban woods so marvellous. for children and servants was con-
Here and there, royal palms thrust aildered sufficient for all requirements.
their slender, straightt boles up. uip Today in building a hotel there
through the tangled mass, to the open must be a succession of dining rooms.
sky beyond, wave their tuft of plumes The ladies' maids and valets of the
above the confusion and riot and give guests will not dine with the help
character to the scene. Great trees of the house, and the chambermaids,
we passed loaded down w)th large according to etiquette of high life
scarlet blossoms; mighty silk cotton below stairs, will not sit down with
trees and forest giants in the deadly the scrub woman, and in some places
grasp of the creeping vine-that ter- will also decline to eat at the same
rible parasite of the Cuban jungle. table as the bellboys.
Like a bad habit, this vine has it. The clerks, telephone girls and nu-
beginning in a small way. Pliable merous other members of the staff
it Is, but strong of fibre. At first it form another set. At some of the
limply clings to the tree, but gradu- hotels the clerks are served in the
ally it winds itself about and climbs cafe, but it has been found that it
and twists, until its ever tightening is better that the clerical force and
pressure chokes the life out of its the housekeeper and the different
victim; then with new roots that heads of departments have a dining
it has all this time been sending room of their own
downward it nourishes itself, until it rheo chauffeur still remains an nde-
actually blends together around the finite proposHion, says Town and

tree it has attacked, and throwing Country. Until lately he has declined
out great branches, becomes itself a in private houses to be classed as a
monarch of the forest. servant and only last yer there was
Everywhere one looks he sees para- a 'protest about his wearing livery,
site feeding on parasite; and If it It is quite a la mode this season
were not so beautiful and strange It to register at a resort hotel "Mr.
would give'one an uncanny feeling, and Mrs. and chauffeur," just
But uncanniness has no place here. as it has been "maid" or "manser-
Ti1e sky is so gloriously blue, and the vant" on the outgoing ships.
alight filters down through the dense Another question is concerning the
ollage like golden shafts of light; sise of bathtubs. Many people de-
a thousand indistinulishable odors of light in a large size tub and this
wody things Oil the air, and the was one of the great attractions of
alnt perfume of the wild orange the old Windsor Hotel. The tubs, a-.
trM, that all along the bank hang though of the old style with wood and
eat their brilliant lamps, make too metal, were at least three feet deep.
1s0 (or reality to give place to the The new porcelain tubs are shallow,
" l* and narrow and only the small sised
Sm h the glory of It all we or avemre sised person can enjoy a
tuW dO$ s lOng Dow and then great satisfactory bath In one.
I. der tracks In the moist
NMWO often only trees and The alarles of the members of the
I, lrpettla my RMauaa Damt have be i raised to
t talked and umh. l,P bleh tis a libral eum when
t wg .si Wdm.r bw very "itt tiery an
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But the spirit of the*-rue hae tp"
lad not oeen ab"nt tuW n
panlon. With rile at Oiotulder 1 P n
a obot after the disappearlag dOee,
and was of In pursuit and out of
sight in a twaikll g. A Meeood shot
rang out, and a Joyful shout OnwW
which told me it had been a
one.
Away I went slashing madly at the
vines that caught my saIrt in their
thorny grasp. Good service I did
with the machete, and flew along In
the direction of the answering shouts.
Soon I came up and found the deer.
"It is small, but plump, and will be
heavy before we git *home," said the
huntsman. "Do you suppose you could
help carry It?"
I stopped my excited jumping
around to answer "certainly," but I
was too eager over our success to re-
member the rough roads by which
we should be obliged to return home.
Nothing daunted, we set out with
our prfze, slung from a pole sup-
ported on our shoulders and crossing
the river forced our way through
the tangle to a place tha*' !oked like
a clearing. We found ourselves at
the rear of a great sugar-cane planta-
tion, and skirting this we made our
way to Tree Sebas, where the Fslake
Company, of New York, have planted
the largest orange grove in the world.
Now we were on familiar ground, and
following the fence bounding the
grove we bore our burden until we
reached a cross country road which
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ail Order House


Just Opened
COUPON WRAPPED WITH EA CH QUART OF OUR WHISKEY. BY
RETURNING TWELVE OF THESE COUPONg WE WILL SEND YOU
PURE FOOD WHISKIES, WINES AND LIQUORS. YOU WILL FIND A
ONE QUART FREE.
Express paid. Packed in plain cases. No marks to show contents.


Price for 4-Quart Bottles.
One Star Rye .. .. .. .... .. 2.50
Two Star Rye .. .. .. .. 8.00
Three Star Rye .. ... .. .. 8.560
Four Star Rye .. .. .. .. .... 4.20
Five Star Rye .. .. .. .. .. 5.00
Old Mountain Corn .. .. .. .. 2.50
Forsythe Square Rye .. .. .. 8.40
Sugar Valley Corn ... .. .. 8.80
Harris Levy & Co.. .. .. .... 8.00
Duval Olub Rye .. .. .. .. .. 8.8k
White Oak Tenn. Whiskey.... 4.00
Mellwood Kentucky Bourbon
,(bottled in bond) .... .. .. 4.50
Harris Levy & Co's. botteld in
bond, straight bourbon .. .. 5.00
Harris Levy & Co's. bottled in --
bond, straight Rye .. .. .. 5.00
Echo Springs .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.00
Deep Springs, original Tonnes-
see botttling .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.00
Lewis 66 Rye .. ... .. .. .. 5.00
I. W. Harper .. .. .. .. . 5.00
Marcus Grand Old Malt .. .... 8.20
Magnolia Gin .. .. .. .. .. .. 4.00
Old Oscar Pepper Rye, 4 full
quarts .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.00
Sugar Valley Corn, 4 full quarts 3.80
Express paid. We are sole distrib-
utors.

Express CollootL
per gal.
Ashmore Rye .. .. .. .. ..5 60
Ohandon Rye .. .... .. 2.00


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IQuapaw Rye .. .. .. .. .. .. 2.50
Raymond Rye .. .. .. .. .. 8.00
P Forsythe Square .. .. .. .. 8.50
D Duval Club .. .. .. .. .. 4.00
D Old Mountain Corn . .. .. 2.00
, Kiowa Corn .. .... .. .. .. .... 2.50
) Sugar Valley Corn .. .. .. .. 8.00
D Canton Maryland Rye, 2 stamp-
ed, straight 5 years old .. .. 8.50
Silver Stream Scurbon, 2 stamp-
L ed, straight 5 years o!d .. .. 8.50
Iron Chancellor Rye, 2 stamped,
straight 7 years old .. .. .. 4.00
Fi G. Walker Rye, 2 stamped,
straight 9 years old .. .. .. 5.00
Peach and Honey, Rock and
Rye Blackberry, 14.50 to .. 2.60
Port, Sherry, Catawba, Muche-
telle Wines, $1.50 to .. .. 4.00
Peach, Apple, Apricot, Banana
Brandy, from $2 to .. .. .. 8.25
Magnolia Gin, 1, 2, 8, 4 and 5
stars, $1.75 to .. .. .. .. .. 8.25
Beer, Beer.
Budweiser, per cask .. .. ..$12.00
Budweiser, per dos. bottles .. 1.50
Blue Ribbon, per cask .. .. .. 12.00
SBlue Ribbon, per dos. bottles .. 1.50
Plel's, per cask .. .. .. .. .. 12.60,
Piel's, per dos. bottles .... .. 1.50'
Star Brew, our own, guaran-
teed as pure and highgrade
beer as can be produced, per
cask .. .. .. .. .. .... .. 8.0
Per dosen bottles .. ... .. .0


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'bqN1.Wlag dishes one finds thai
1 1hea tlardted, 1s difficult to re
t Put oold water in the cup or
stand It aside. This soften
I, te *f adid it can easily be washed I
Sof I warm water.-New York World.

a BTTETR-MAKING BY FREEZER.
The suggestion of a neighbor that
I htlse an Ice cream freezer as a
huftt* has proved a boon to me, says
a writer in Harper's Bazar. Beside.
thU small quantity.of cream that can
S be Chtied, the work can be done in
aM incredibly short time. For thu
amount of Ice that I have, about one
hundred and twenty-five revolutions
of the crank are usually sufficient to
brig the butter. The freezer has
still another advantage over the
cdhurn and that is the ease with which
t Is cleaned. I shall continue to use
It during the winter as well as the
summer.

PERFECT DUSTING.
An Indianapolis housewife, says
the News, whose home Is the per-
fection of housekeeping, said the
other day: "My trial .in getting a
tW housemaid is to teach her and
make her do the dusting as I wish
Itdone. It-is.a very particular work,
bbt it Is worth while in these days
when there is so much (lust every-
where. I have a large supply of
cheese cloth squares, neatly h-rmmed.
'fiae maid is required to have a pall
of lukewarm water with a little .soap
powder in it. The cloth is dipped'
in the water and wrung until it is
dry. With this the furniture t,'
wiped, and a dry cloth is rubbed over
the woodwork to polish it. I do not
believe in brushing the dust off of
one article to have it settle on anoth-
er, and in this way all the d(lust is
collected. It really pays to take th-)
trouble to dust in this way, for much
of the dust is entirely removed from
the room."

KEEPING BATH TITM CLEAN.
A bath tub that Is in constant use
0*ould not be very difficulty to keep
clean.
If the residents of the house are
at all neglectful in the matter of rins-
ing the tub, put up a small towel
rack, upon which old towels or rags
(clean, of course) might be hung.
Above this a notice may be posted
to the effect that for the health and
comfort of all concerned, it is de-
aired that persons using the bath
will please make use of the rags or
towels below wbets rinsing the bath
tub.
If this were done by each bathpr,
and the tub were thoroughly scrub-
bed once a day, its condition shoul-l
be quite perfect. For the scrubbing
take hot water and a saft woolen,
rag, using any of the cleaning agents.
Sech as sapolio, bon aml, dutch
cleanser, etc. Either of these will
help to do the work in a very short
time.--Washington Star.

CHAMOIS GLOVES.
Chamoia gloves are not near so
warm as their appearance would war-
rant one la supposing.
They absorb perspiration so that
persons who perspire freely will find
thmau much more comfortable than
uilk or tisle thread. Again, they are
aineh smarter looking than the fabric
loses and If properly washed are
UyI destrable. It is careless washing
.,. a t kes tt*w shrink or crack.
^ 'tfL arrect method is to make a


of white aoap and warm
m .pIltng to e gloves on the
1111 '0 lan the as&e.,way as one


ft. through warm
wipe dry as post.
If 40oVelaat.
L it aleL
!k-


f Aothe roope iso to make tb
MI as detcrilbd ,ad then wash th
gls o oas e a wol a taRdu rstef
or other small artldlde lnatng l mum
soapy water. The Moves are tlea
put Into a clean cloth and wrung dry.
Afterward they are put on glove
trers or pived up where the ailrm wUl
blow, freely around them.-Waslin
ton Star.

t Km mlPeS.
- Strawberry Sponge.-One-third box
r gelatine or one and one-third table-
Sspoons granulated gelalne one-third
1 cup co!d water, one-third cup boiling
. watrr, cup sutar. tablespoon lemon
julee. cu'r strawberry julce whites of
three eggs. whip from three rups
cream. Make the same as orange
charlotte.
S Berry Bherbet.-Crush 1 pound of
Sherrits; add thi m to 1 quart of watrr.
1 lemon sllc(d and 1 teaspoon of
I orange flav,'r. If you have It. Lv't
These ingredients stand in an earthen
bowl 3 hours. Then strain, squeezingo
all the juice out of the fruit;l dissolve'
S1 pounId of powdered sugar In it:
strain again and put on the Ice until
? ready to use.
k Lemon Pudding.-Ileat the yolks of
4 eggs smooth with, 2 tablespoonfuls
of granulated .ugar. then stir In tne
juice and grated rind of a large lemon.
add 2 tablespo.,nfulH of boiling water
and rook In ldoible boiler, stirring
ct nstantly until like thick ercam;
beat whites of emgg4 stiff. add to them
2 tablespoxafuls of granulated sugar;
when this L)olks like a meringue It li
to be beaten int)t the yellow mixture
while the latt r ,; hot. Serves five
people; if 6 eggs are used It will fill
a quart dish.
Rice Meat Cassero!e.-I-oil a cup of
rice, line a buttrcdI pan with th,,
rice while hot. Whi n cold fill cen-
ire with hoppede ccokei meat o' a!ny
kind, season well, addl gravy. S.t in
pan of water and :ibake onoe-half ;r
three-quarters of an hour. Turn out
on a dish and serve with tomato
sauce.
Cheese Custard.--lutt(,r a baking
dish. Put a layer of bread cut lit
pieces one Inch 8isuare with crusts re-
moced. Sprinkle thin sliced cheese
over the bread, and dust with Bsa1
and a few grains of cayenne. Add
other layers of bread and cheese, sea-
sonJng as before, usinr In all about:
1 cup of cheese. Hcat two eggs slight-
ly, add one pint of milk, pour over
bread and che< se. Bake about half
an hour in moderate oven.





WORTH QUOTING e






The Albany Journal recommends
Try the beetless dinner as a remedy
for the reachuless prices.


The scientist who adlvis e us tt,
eat seven times a day is not practlca!
enough to consider the prices of food,
laments the Atlanta Constitution.

People who are weighed in the bal-
ance and found waiting always con-
plain that the scales are out of order,
muses the Philadelphia Record.

All men nmay be bord free and
equal, but, interipose the Burlington
Hlawkeye, no mian is a independeiit
as a hired girl.

Europe should not complain of
graft, admnonishes the Atlanta Consti-
tution, since she extended a warm
welcome to so many absconding graf-
ters.

Amerleans have never learned how
to govern a great city, announce th'
Christian Register. Occasionally an
intelligent traveller brings home :t
tow European idea to be grafted into
onur Inchoate system.

Dr. Wiley's experiments with ben-
sole aid and benzoate of sods fo


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In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
.* Oand has been mado under hisApe.r
sonal supervision since Its Infthncy.
Allow n9 one todecei vo you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trillo with and endanger tiheo health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Ex:perimontn


What is CASTORIA
Oatlrila im a Imarmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paref
gorle, Drop~ an d Soothing Syrups. It is Pleamnt. I|
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotle
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrlihrxa anld Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constilation P
and Fi"tuileney. It assimilates the Food, reguilattes the
Stomach and Bowel, giving healthy and natural sloop.
The Children's Panacea--Tho Mother's Friend.

GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

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i m e the 1 1in w' A. L
m1 q ee s41 cs rttAeate At ay
eoo, letd as pMd applistion for
tax deed to ess In laccordese with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following descrWibe property situated
aIn Putnama eonty, Florida, to-wit:
Loft |, 8, 4 and 5, block 59, Welaka.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate
In the name of L. P. Willis.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 16th day of
November, A. D. 1908.
Witness my official signature and
seal this, the 7th day of October, A.
AD 1908: JOSEIPH PRICE,
Clerk Crcult Court Putnam County,
Florida. By R. Raymond Price.
D. C. (Seal.)
ttIN TH CIRCUIT COUR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,


.JULI ~VAR777,E


Novel Ship Propulmion.
A resident of Stettin, (e.rmany, has
invented a uiilI q ue 'h'linj of ship pro-
pulsion, which he hias had patented
In the United States. Thik piopelling
mechanism for ships lbyv nomeani of
wind motors (doinl, awa1y Tntiretly
with steam or l1(ctricity. rho, wind


motors are arranged in pairs on each
side of the ships, and transmit power
to the propeller by suitable shafts
and gearing. For the purpose of
greater development of power two of
the motors are coupled together upon
one shaft. By arranging the motors
on both sides of the ship and connect-
ing to two-propellers facilitates access
and the transference of power. If
one of the motors gets out of order
the second motor still remains opera-
tive.-Washington Star.
An Unstable Laborlng Class.
The prospector of the mountains
and the cowboy of the plains are each
a sort of Bedouin, with no permanent
abiding place-here to-day, there to-
morrow-usually with a long story of
experiences in different places-go-
ing to Alaska and coming back, rush-
ing to new mining camps, trying new
ranches, but always moving. In-
deed, the laboring class of the West,
as a whole, is as unstable as water,
with the very microbe of travel In
its blood. I talked with a carpenter
la Tasoma, a sao of family, too, who
Ub worked in every Important city
pp the Pacifle Coast, and was then
to go to Butte City, where
heard that wages were speo.
-From Ray Standard
Weter Spirit of Rest-
Oatury.
M.**wit1141 I
A j


Five Things About Minneapolis.
Everybody is supposed to know
about Minneapolin, but at least five
things I did not know-that the rest.
dence portions are simply New Eng-
land over again-elms and all; that a
frowsy and even dirty hotel without
electric lights in its bedrooms, which
could give no breakfast to traveler
leaving it before 7 o'clock, could set
so good a table; that a city could con-
tain so large a proportion of man-
nificent boarding-houses, those here
having once been the residences of
men who lost fortunes in the over-
speculation in grain and its products
some ten years ago; that so prom-
inent a paper as the Journal is print-
ed in simplified spelling; and that
the University of Minnesota has the
finest campus I had over seen in a
city.-Henry Holt, in Putnam's and
The Reader.
She Married a Chinaman.
One of the leading figures In the
Chinese colony of San Francisco Wlan
American woman who married a Chi-
naman. She is a sister of Katherine
Clemons, who married Howard Gould,
who is suing her for a divorce. Her
name now is Mrs. Sun Yue, and she
apparently has affiliated herself thor-
oughly with the people of her hus-
band's race. Among these she is do-
ing much benevolent and religious
work. She has converted to the
Catholic faith her husband, whom she
once nursed through a severe illness,
and she has also made many similar
conversions among the other Chinese


Eighth Judicial Circuit, Putnam Coun.
ty, Florida-In Colancery-Mattle P.
Adams vs. Joseph 0. Adams-Di.
voroeo.

It appearing by affidavit appended
to the bill filed in the above stated
cause that Joseph 0. Adams, the de-
fendant therein named, is a non-resi-
dent of the state-of Florida, and is a
resiflent of Asheville, in the state of
North Carolina, and Is over the age
of twenty-one years, and that there
is no person In the state of Florida,
upon whom the service of subpoena
would bind such defendant; it is
therefore ordered that said non-resi-
dent defendant be, and he is hereby
required to appear to the bill of com-
plaint filed in said cause on or be-
fore Monday, the 7th day of Decem-
iber, A. D. 1908, otherwise the allega-
tions of said bill will be taken as
confessed by spid defendant.
It is further ordered that this order
be published once a week for five con-
secutive weeks in the San Mateo
Item, a newspaper published in said
county and state.
Witness my hand and official seal
this, the 27th day of October, 1908:
JOSEPH PRICE,
Clerk Circuit Court.
J. N. BLACKWELL., Counsel and Solicitor for Com-
plainant. t

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.

Notice is hereby given that R. B.
McGloughlan, purchaser of tax cer-
tificate No. 31, dated the 7th day of
July, A. D. 1890, has filed said cer-
titlcate in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Said certificate
embraces the following described
property situated in Putnam county,
Florida, to-wit: Southeast quarter exz
cept southwest quarter of southeast
quarter, section 356, township 8, rangF
24---120 acres. The said land bein,
assessed at the date of the Issuance
of such certificate in the name of
Unknown No. 25.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 7th day of
December, A.*D. 1908.
Witness my official signature anad
seal this, the 27th day of October,
A. D. 1908:


JOSEPH PRICB,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
Florida. By Jos. Price Jr.. ,
D.C. (Seal.)
Uel-


MRSI. SUN VUE.I


where located. If you
sire to sell send usu d
scription-and price..

IF YOU WANT


Property of any kind, any. "
where, let- us know your
wants, we canl fill your
requirements and save you
time and money.

Northwesters Bisiass AgeScy,
Dept. so, Bank of Commerce
Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota.


FEELING

UIVER-ISH

This Morning?
TAKI


MIND YOUR BUSINESS


Mrs. Howard Gould's ister With liest
ChiMs Husband in Their Tet Home If you don't nobody will. It is your
at Ban Fralnceo.--tllmua business to keep out of a~l the tro.
I .. *"i** ble you can sad you ca and will
t raelus1.6. Her l"hese loop aot of liver and bot* tree mb
SSS th 2*1 ._S_ 15 ,S...t. it you t*e Dr. WmO New Uft
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We guarantee that these six pairs of
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no darning for six months. If they
should, we agree to replace them by
new ones, upon surrender of the pur-
ohase ticket with the worn pair and
one coupon, provided they are return.
ed to us within six months from date
of sale to the wearer.


This guarantee is made with the dis-
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son only. Therefore each lot must con.
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our Bank, National Produce Bank oif ('hlago. nboul us. Ask any fruit
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Mastodon Image In Cave.
While exploring foone's cave In
the cliffs of the Kentucky River,
abovw HIth Bridge, a party of Cln-
Cpnati traveling .men discovered the
Image of a mast don carved In :a
solid mass of rock. which was the
Idol of the cave dwellers of probl.-
torle ages. They also discovered an I
are carrying home with them petrl-
fled bones of human beings or an'-
mals that inhabited the cave thous-
ands of years ago, and t(hvse will hb
turned over to tho muinuuins when
they reach Cincinnati.
What they call the Chanimbr of
Necdi'a was nas3 entrr.l. lTaninin -
frein the rnof and s!Ie,,; are thous-
ands of bsharp-pr)int one to thrrer feet in l'n'*'h. ntl tlih.
largest net more than an lIIlh iIn
dianlu'tfr.
Thlyi a'so i';,.v, r <1 a river In
the caive, flowiI q t'ir' r;th Ow'th lo(l ge.
of rock a' cr',l, d .s a s',rpent no I
not Imlnr" thanli tl'e( or four feet ini
width. The bottom of thel river was
nol f n'lld.--Spiecial to ('hl'lraio Iniitr-


CHICAGQ, ILL.


FOUND.


One of the best houses to handle
shipments of oranges and vegetables
\Vrito them today. 'They are
HEWITT & COMPANY,
10 East Camden St. Baltimore, Md.

The best work on citrus fruits, pub
ilphed so far as we have seen Is b3
Professor H'. H. Itume, clothbound
price $2.50. If you want to know
nore of orange Xrowing send for r,
copy to Item, San Mateo, Fla. t!


An Intelligent Juror.
"Th' eTifnmon() pr:;t:( of lawyers *
In aldre ssing a jury to sin;u lo ou'
pne niemiembr w'ho svems to them t he
most int 'lk' int. andl. lherefore, the TI EATIMO Pl fM W
one most likely to be influenced by JUNL.O rI906
their appeals." obs.rvus a ('Chlrag-)
attorney, "daes not always work out y1l ( Vo( L
advantageously JACKSONVILLL. FLA. .r
""All the t-~,ior.ny in a case re-.
cently tried in Ohio haid b en taken, 1 .53
the lawyer' f'r both sides had sum. E3 XLp
med up. and t'hv Judge hil]i charge I
the .htry. when up rose thel intelll-
gent Juror against whom both couin-
sel had thundered their inipassion-
ed appeals. 11e wanted the Court to
give him ni information. R 00 8 V
"I have bfen l:othered a good deal y
by two words the lawy 'rs use here Successor to W. C. Snow & Co.
all the tiaie," Fiid the Intelligent
juror.
"WVhat are they?" asked the Court, Fr i u
expecting, no doubt, to be called upon u A
o .expound res Inter alls nacta or UNDERTAKER A)D
fortiori, or some olh 10m. EMBALMER.
," 'Plaintiff' and 'defendant.' said FUNERAl, SUPPLIES.
the juror. "I don't know just what Phone 66. Next door Kennerly.
they mean."-Harper's Weel[v LtUonS Btreet. Hardware Co.
% PALATKA, FLA.
Simple Life in Finland. .-.
In Finland everybodyy livts the sini. stockOfthe9 torit
S in summer e.Theyoffers one of the very best opportual-
,uit on islands, in the forests. antl
always somewhere near the water'r, for profntablW tefto b
for everybody swims and bathe. Al- found in Plorida. Write for prtaular
no4t all classes sleep and eat al fresco to San Mates Fruit Co., Sa Mat,
at this time of year, and the town U1


*councils of the towns In thl. pro-
grussive and a',together delightful lit-
tie country, provide public fireplaces
and public bathing Fhelds In all
places where the working (lasses g.)
In search of fresh air.
But the simple life is by no nivani
dull with the frisky Finns. They
combine It with a surprising amount
of gayety. They eat, drink, and are
S veTj't mfRy in their picturesque lit-
1 A; log cabins outside the cities.
. WOWapl they are tired of bathing and
Jp. d /s ,_they dance, they sing. they
P' at V Io works and practice gymnis-
I 1l beecpe like ohUdren
v' ery happlest, l berrlest,
tld, os3t easily pleas-
beMlthy holiday makers
[iL.d might take many
Plg's ,1bo0k.-ladios


All TS the Good.
How many wayo a mortal sees
To raii a luring prise;
'TIlire are thire thousand recipes
For making pumpkin pies.
-Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The only way to deal with people
*o a pe itpottfe is to Ignore them.

low em-o b-ot tried e


NWo X. About 40 acres, some UaW
her, 13 A, fenced and cultivated. Houus
of about I rooms, barn, etc., witLln t*4
alles of postoffire and depo. A bar.
gain at $800.00. Terms tf dtltred.
S4 4
No. tO acres, house, barn, etc,
IT A. Cleared, fine farin land, 8 1-2
miles from postoftce. Good location
tor any one wanting to raise cattle
or sheep. HouLe two stories, 16x30,
with L, two stories, 16x23. Price
$2,500.

No. 4. 3,500 acres, river I sides, It
I. one side, fence 1 mile. Would ftune.
k alL For cattle ranch, couldn't be
beat .Has 2 million feet pine, 1 1-2
million cypress, 6 million feet of ash,
gum, hickory, maple, magnolia, etc.
Good wharf, 8-room house and farm.
About 60 A. Under fence. The price
$5.00 an acre. If you mean business
come and see this.
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
ing room and large living room, about
two acres land recently set out in or-
ang, trees, nicely situated in center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
')r anle. Photo.
Stock for sale in a stock company
that is growing oranges and grape-
fruit. Started business five years
io and from 2 per cent paid the 1st
year the stock paid 10 per cent the
Ith year. Shares are $100 each. Send
for booklet.

No. S5. Pineapple lands In Dade
county, on railroad. 5 acre lots, $20
per acre. If you want pineapple land
or a pinery already in bearing, wryit
us.
4,. A pretty little grove with fine
location for house on river bank,
$3,000. About .500 boxes fruit this
season Wharf on the., properly tand
new packing house.

WANTED.
A good hotel man to put a little mon-
ey and his time winters into a hotel
company to build and run $20,000 to
$25,000 hotel. A man with less than


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$5,000 need not write.
this.


4-scre tract, one of the best la fM
Mateo for oranges or peaohes, about
20 acres cleared, fenoes not la beat W
shapb, mall house and pealing beoa.

No. 29-4.,10 soer land sultableo i
cattle ranch; some of the nest gi
don land, small orange grove, sIWtlS
wells of pure water, tfrntag ea t
Johns lver with ertoIda But Coast
Hallway running through the property.
Ask the price.

Do you want an interest In bearlox
manje grove? No better Investment
la Plorida. Write for particulars, ms
timate of pr>flts, expenses, etc.

No. 109. 20-room house. Cost over
$3,8500.00 to build. 85 acres land.
1.500 peach tees just planted. 0
young orange tress.% Barn new root
last year. Nice location; shelled
street and sidewalk on front. Price
$3.500.00. A good opening for some
one to mLkt expenses by taking
boarders while fruit trees are coming
Into bearing. Easy terms. Photo.

Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have jo offer. It costs less
than to go farther south and then come
back.

No. 16. Building lots, 2x6se feet
for $16 each. Send for plat.

We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18,000. Write us
about price you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down in
December for his health, bought 10
acres of land for $500, had it set out
to oranges and grapefruit; and before
he left in spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his ex-
penses for the winter. He refused to
sell.


SOUTH BOUND.

Tuesday, Thursday and Baturdays

Leav Jacksonville . . 8:10am
Leve OGreen Cove Spriag .10:80am
IMve.Palatk . . . 8:00pm
Leave Sam Mateo . . .8: 0p
- Arrive Ce t Cty . :.00p

J. TOWNUIENa. At.. Ja ell.
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THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.

Steamer "CRESCENT."


NORTH DOUNP6

mondayse Wednsdays esad ftl

LeAvoO roseet city. **
I~ave Man M&We.
[Leave Pala*& .**
LeASTOeGm OAe
Arr~ dwf
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If You Don't .ind W !

Want. Writei: Us...."


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If You Want a Home In Plorlda. Come to San Mates
and see what We Have to Offer. You Will
rlake a IIlsetok If You Don't.



Real Estate Agency,



SAN MATEO. PFLA.


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Ptrpoes ta the dartims, but also for I ppitl to *tir. ne JS taught how
that pts of the Iamate of te eat, to av MWe. Thbero are over twentY
taU conulstn of the seoM, retles bousand members of the English life
bos who do not 0ams t aad read savin associatkl., 1ll of Whom hbavq
During the evening, but would rather had a thorough course of inseruon
have their recreation In play. The tion.
Arst floor is entered both frQa the There it a public school life sayv
playground of the boys and from the tag amplonship for which prizes are
campus, the hallway running directly given each year. Teams of little
across the buildings, with the dining boys and girls on the day of con-
room, pantry, etc., on one side Fnl petition come from all parts of Lon-
the living rjoni. reception room an.l don. The teams are made up of
matron's room on the other. eight members, and the members
The dining room is designed sape- range In years from 10 up.
clally with reference to the seating of They go through regular manoeu-
thirty boys, the master and matron vres. With perfect step and time font
Iand Instructor, the pantry adjoining members step forward and jump into
being fitted with china closets, refrig- the water and go through the motions
orator, sink. serving table and a baln- of persons In the act of drowning.
marle, the under side of which will bo Then the remaining four members
Itttted as a plate warmer. On the op- of the team dive Into the water nf-
p.osite side of the hall the living room, ter them and tow the others to safe-
about 28x32 feet in size, will afford ty.
antple space for the boys to be gath. If a striking Illustration of the
erTl about the tables in small group, good results of such Instruction wor
1r(ling or playing games, being at neded it could b furnished by two
tha same time directly under the eye Incidents which occurred last summer
of the matron, whose, room adjoirs within two weeks of each,other. A
and Is In direct connection therewith, flatboat used for ferry purposes was
Th.- second story Is really the key slowly making Its way across a river
to t h, building ,ince it must pryov, in the West with eighteen men.
a dormitory for exactly thirty beds About midway the craft was sunk.
of the regulation size and with the Nt, a single man of the eighteen
requila.e distance for aisles and pas- could swim and so none escaped.
I sagewa.,. Each boy will be provide A couple of wreks later a boat with
with an Individual licker, placed as twenty-three girls was making its
near hli, bed as possible, in which way across a stream In England.
i his clotLing, removed at night before When the boat reached the Centre of
retiring, is placed and locked. In or- the stream some one rocked It and
dor t,)o ..ord adequate escape In case all the girls were thrown into the
of fire t,% additional fireproof stair- water. They all promptly swam
way, encc.sed in a brick shaft, is pro- ashore and there was not a sing'o
vlldd at the rear of the building, con- life lost.
nectin'g with the other dormitory, so The plan of the Irooklyn local
as to afford ample esrapl for each. al- school board would, make it possible
though thel possible total destruction for nearly wi.ry chi'd in the g*reat-
of one poitl'n of the building might er city to have tho chance to bath)
take place without in any way enud Ian- d swim. A very n. up,:rtant part tf
goring the famnat 1 of the other. this plan would be the opportunity
Adjacent t,) and ovrlooling the afforded girls to learn to swim. Boys
dormitory aia the master's quarters,. w ha a ozen chances to learn
consisting of tw%, rooms and a bath, to swim where a girl has one-New
clothing closet.:, etc., having also an York Sun.


Y 0ork B s
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VCIE III CIT( RORD, IRE 1O3

Be committee o buildings of the
.Board of Education has submitted for
approval plans for the new Parental
School on the" road from Flushing to
Jamaica, about 1,700 feet south of the
North Hempstead tunnpike, in the
Borough of Queens. The present
plans provide only for the administra-
tiol and school building, three dormi-
tol btilldings, power house and farm
,bG iIgs and additional buildings to
'be er6cted from time to time as funds
are available for the purpose. The
administration building will provide
Offices for the superintendent or prin-
cipal and his clerks, together with a
waiting or reception room for the gen-
oral public, accessible directly from
the main entrance, thus isolating th-
public portion of the executive offices
froml the school, which occupies the
balce of the structure.
The flret door, in addition to the ex-
,..ecutive offers, will provide for four
Classrooms and an assembly hall, 60x
S6 feet, with entrances directly from
the campus as well as from the
schoolrooms. The second floor will
,provide seven classrooms, teachers'
rooms, etc., while the attic has been
laid off for storerooms and dormnior-
dee for the female help. The base-
Sla*nt will provide three manual train-
ohg shops, a gymnasium 60x66 feet,
stoierooms, toilets, etc., and space for
hb -ventilating apparatus.
The dormitories or cottages pres-
ent some rather unusual features, hav-
'Ing been designed only after examina-
#Om of similar Instftutions in various
gaits of the country, made upon the
'declaration of the board in favor of
*the adoption of the cottage system.
leThe committee onu special schools in
considering the cost of the structures,
-'as well as that for maintenance, final-
ly recommended the double cottage
or dormitory building, and the plans
for these provide for a structure 121
feet. 4n length, divided on it. centre
line by a fireproof wall running
through to the roof, thus forming two
distinct structures, as far as internal
arrangements go, the only connection
being through the fire escape which
serves both portions.
The building in its entirety will ac-
commodate sixty boys, divided Into
two equal groups, each in its own por-
tion of the building and under its
own master and matron. The boys on
entering their cottage from the
school, farm work or play pass
through a door direct from the play-
ground, which is provided at the rear
of each cottage, through a 'hallway
into the basement, where their out-
door clothing will be removed in a
large,, light dressing room, wherein
are provided lockers with seats. If
the clothing or shoes be damp they
may readily be dried in a room espe.-
elally designed for the purpose. At
the rear of the dressing room there
has been placed a lavatory, leading
oml which are two compartments,
*" .or bt power baths and the qoher
/ 4,*ilets. Each locker has a cornm-
' Mttet for shoes, which the boys
and replace with house slip-
S meoesAlns before they pass
E dial'c rook or the dormltor-
I8i ot only reduces the noise
9lti7P boys must necessarily
B permits at the cottag"
Ii thles la a


LEARN ABOUT THI NAVY.
Now that there is so much said an.l
written about our great navy. it be-
hooves every boy (and gir'. too, for
that matter) to inform himself con-
cerning our battleships, their sizes,
their number and their names. Also
to learn all about their officers' du-
ties as well as the duties of th.,
common sailor-soldiers. The navy oc-
cupies a great place in the govern-
ment of a nation, and every child
should know as much as he or she
can learn about It. Ask your older
brothers about our navy; if they can't
tell you. make them feel ashamed of
their ignorance. Then ask your par-
ents. And what hey cannot tell you,
ask your teachers. And, lastly real
every word you can find on the sub-
ject. And, after reading, Remember.
Then, after you feel that you are
pretty well informed regarding our


-cet pruplp-l tu 'throg u lu own navy, ttke up that of the .Ja
central plant through siways. ane.; then that of the (Germans. In
SWIM-MING BATHS RGED. short. you will find that a pretty thor-
ough knowledge of all the navies of
Proposal to Have Them 1.i All the the world will make pleasant study
NPropo w Public choo. for the long winter evenings after
New Public Schoolyourther.le ns are prepared. It
Swimming has been made part of lyur otheralestns are prepared. I
the education of the childreL In varl- is not like real study, you know, for
ous cities. In the public schools it is not laid out In lessons by teach-
of Brookline, Mass., a pupil cannot or. Therefore, It Is more like a
graduate unless he or shte hat a cer- pleasant pastime. And the dleepe.r
tificate of ability from the awl.nming you go Into the subject the more in-
master of the Brookline baths. Not teresting you will find It. So if you
only do the children of this I, ston have not already begun to study
suburb know how to swim but urany about our navy, do so at once.
of them are skilled In the woi/( of -
of them are skilled in the woc of At the meeting of the National an(t
saving and resuscitating a drowj.tng State Pure Food Departnwnts last
person. year it was recommended that thito
There is onegarded clas a higmembership bleaching of dried or evaporated fruits
whichby all th regarded as a high hools should be stopped by national and
by all the pupils of the schools an State legislation. It is ndw the cus-
that is the emergency class. To tom to whiten the fruit by use of
quality or It the pupilty to swim e- sulphur fumes, and it is claimed that
state his or her ability to swim ceiied the process is somewhat injurious.-
tain distances within a pecfledAmerican Cultivator.
time. One of the principal tests re-
quires the applicant to swin support-
ing another person a certain dls. The brownish spots which appear in
tanoo within a certain time limit. old books are really due to the rav-
England long ago adopted the Idea Ages of bacteria. The tiny destroyer
of fosterin; the accomplishment of is specially load of stAroby maegrial
swimming In the schools. But they and Iti propagatloS i promoted by
o- arathr than merely teolag the ". .


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Attomry at LAN%


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Fro t eret, PALATKA, PA
National Bank holding

DR. H. R. EATEs,

DENTIST.

PALATKA, PLORIDA.

Moragne Bulldtgp, Rooms 3 am &4

L E. HA8KELL,

Attorney at Lawv

PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H. CYRUS,

Physiclan and Surgeon

PALATKA, FLA.

M. I .COXE,


Attorney at Law


Ofte it Court House, Palatka,

flerryday & Walion,
COL'NSL:LI.O)tS AND) ATTORNEYS
AT ,LAW.
PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Front St. Palatka Nat. Ilank Bldg.

J. N. BLACKWELL,

Attorney-at-Law.
Offce Front Street, Opposite PutUam
House.
PALATKA . . FLORIlA


Raw Fur, Hides, Wool,
Tallow, Beeswax, Beef,
Hides, Goatskins.
hip the above to:-

M. Sabel & Sons,
Established In
1856. LOUISVILLE, KY.
"Over half a Century In Louisville."
WE ARE DEALERS IN ABOVE, not
commission merchants. Reference :
Any bank hi Loulsvill-.
Write for weekly price list.

MISS KATE L. LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLA.
MMIllnery. ladies' furnashinga, no
Uons and dress goods. A full line of
ladies' summer underwear and ho-
siery, white lawn shirt waist, Uight
weight wall skirts, white les sad
pique skirts, elaoe ad embroldeiles
long and short silk gloves, eolla,
belts, et.
As experieoed trt mmer m d
signer eomploed &ad satibSaflai g
sated.


It often happens that val i
prioe are far apart.

Head work is fully o
on the farm as u wte


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NoVoal SBalsk Suldlm. Pfalk% Ma~

JOHN a MARSMALLO

Attorney At Lma4

Tm tnwt 3t O PlaMo I& Ompw
grovesafor ale

aft W. H. ROgENSIRQ

~DENTI#T.,e

Office evor 0oe Konseu'ty

MNR~Y eVRUNSI


entrance direct from the hallway. One
of the Importar t matters is the sew-
ing and locket room located on this
floor, In which Is provided a locker
for a supply of ,clothing for each boy.
The att!c has two stairways. On
this floor are the servants' rooms and
bath, extra storeroom for the boys'
clothing, also storeroom for house lin-
en and bedding and the solitary room.
Coal is to be delivered at the top
of the bunkers il the piwer house,
while the supplies are unloaded here
on a covered platform, from which
they may be trucked into a light, airy
and dry fireproof st:-eroom. To the
right of the eltranee is the bakery,
with brick oven, proving room axd
space for bread storage for two or
three days supply. To the left 1. to
be a large kitchen, witr its cooking
ranges, soup kettles and refrigerators,
divided into three spaces for meat, ve-
getables and milk, butter and eggs. It
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Market Garne e al
Plorlat&

to the contrary, the faet t at it 1i


possible to make money by cultivat-
Ing the land has been demonstrated
by Mrs. ('6llard and iher two daugh-
ters, who have taken up madGet Bar-
dening with great success. The la-
dies in question have made a'speclal-
ty In strawberry growing, and by us-
ing business methods they have made
each acre of their land yield a crop
of strawberries of the value of 150.
It must not be thought, however,
that these ladles have an easy time,
for when the season is at Its height
they start their duties as early as
:: o'clock In the morning, together
with the asnRlItance of scores of pick-
ers. The gatherers walk up and down
the field picking the luscious fruit and
putting it into punnets-small white
baskets, each of which holds one
pound. The baskets are carried by
boys to the three lady a-sistants, who
arrange the fruit to make' It look as
tiiptlng as possible, weigh the bask-
ets and thOwn pack them Into larger
basket s.
As soon as a load is ready it Is
Immediately conveyed to the station
and despatohed to London by the 4:45
a mn. train, and the strawberries are
on sale at ventt Garden Market an
hour later. The picking goes on
throughout the day, and by 7 o'clock
there are generally over 100 helpers
nmen. women and children.
Although the strawberry season
does not last longer than a few weeks,
the ladies do not let the grass grow
under their feet for the rest of the
year. They plant the ground with
cucumbers and vegetable marrows,
which thus yield another 60 per
acre before the end of August, and
during the winter and spring months
utilize the ground for early and late
crops.
Not only In market-gardening are
women making their mark, for Miss
Hall and Miss King have made quite
a success of a large flower garden
at Crowthorne. They commenced op-
erations a year, or two ago with two
acres of land which was originally
overgrown with firs, gorse and brack-
en, but the plucky young ladies soon
removed all this opposition and start-
ed to work with a will. They com-
mence their duties at 9:30 and work
until tea time. having a short break
for lunch. Nc.w they are able to de-
spatch some hundreds of boxes of
choice flower in the course of a
week to all psrts of the country by
post.
They specialize in violets, narcis-
sus and chrysanthemums, for which
flowers they have a great demand..It
might l~e interesting to note that in
their grounds its an orchard known as
"Friendship Ordhard," which consists
of over seventy fruit trees, which
have been presented by friends from
time to time. These two ladies have
alio made quite a success of tomato
growing.
lThe fair sex have even Invadqd
the domain of the poultry farmer.
To Miss ,dward,., of Coaley Poultry
Parm. belongs th>e honor of being the
owner of the largest poutry farm in
England managed by a woman. The
farm, with a stock of well over a
*houand birds, is run by herself,
wwt the assistance of a lqdy manager
aud a few boys. Miss Edwards start
ad buslnes with twenty fowls, and
'fo* time did all the work, with the
r bp^tmosm of eleaningl out the houses,
K lag employed for that Job.
esach atf Mi. Edwards'
*. mbue the rearsing pedigree
a Bher sue-
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RULES FOrn JAP14e(LOiSN.
.They Are Taught in Their -oheels
NHow to Treat Foreigllnem
An english awsipaper published In
Japan printed st one time an lnter-
esting synopsis of the rules which the
public schools of that country were
teaching their pupils on the subject
of the treatment of forqlgaers.
This synopsis Is reprinted in a se-
cent book, "The Empire of the East,"
by H. 1. Montgomery, and t accom-
panied' by some interesting facts con-
cerning the schools of Japan. .he
rules are as follows:
Never call after foreigners passing
along the streets or roads. *
When foreigners make inquiries an-
swer them politely. If unable to make,
them understand inform the police
of the fact.
Never accept a present from a for-.
liger when there ns no reason for
his giving it, and never charge him
anything above what is proper.
Do not crowd around a shop when
a foreigner is making purchases
thereby causing him much annoyance.
The continuance of this practice dis-
graces us as a nation.
Since all human beings are broth-
ers and sisters there is no reason for
fearing foreigners. Treat them as
equals and act uprightly in all yoir
dealings with them. Be neither ser-
vile nor arrogant.
Beware of combining against the
foreigner and disliking him because
he is a foreigner; men are to be
judged by their conduct and not by
their nationality.
As intercourse with foreigners be-
comes closer and extends over a
series of years there is danger that
many Japanese may become enamored
of their ways and customs and for-
sake the good old customs of their
forefathers. Against this danger you
must be on your guard.
Taking off your hat is the proper
way to Walute r4 foreigner. The bend-
ing of the body low is not to be
commended.
Hold In high regard the worship of
ancestors and treat your relations
with warm cordiality, but do not re-
gard a person as your enemy be-
cause he or she is a Christian.
Beware of selling your souls to
foreigners and becoming their slaves.
Sell them no houses or lands.
Aim at not being beaten in your
competition with foreigners. Remem-
ber that loyalty and filial piety are
our most precious national treasures,
and do nothing to violate them.


Logical Method of Search.
It was closing time at the town
library. Old Mr. Duke, who had fill-
ed the place of librarian for years,
took down his coat and hat and with
the assistance of his little daughter
got them safely on. Together they
started for the door. It was raining
hard.
"Wait a moment, child," said her
father, and went back into the build-
ing. The girl remained, obediently.
Five minutes passed. Then ten.
She pushed open the door and walked
in. Her father was bent over one
of the card catalogues.
"What are you looking for, father?"
she inquired.
He put the draw*" back, suddenly
abashed.
"I'm getting old, Margaret," he said.
"I couldn't find my umbrella, and
I was searching for It under U In
the lists."-Youth's Companion.
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