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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: December 12, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- 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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*i. 18. No. 8. SAN MATEO, FLA., DEC. 12, 1908. Pblishal Vally, $1.00 la r.


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Local Weather Report.


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8. W. Rowley was in Jack! onville
on business this week.


Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods, Fire-
works, at Rowton's, Palatka. 12-2t

The cane-grinding at Mr. Solana's
seems to be the attraction these
days..


Mrs. Tingley attended the Stetaon
Olee Club Concert in Palatka -Tues-
day nught.

Toy Express Wagons, all sizes,
lowest prices at Rowton's, Palatka*
12-2t
Mr. Crough and wife, of Quincy,
Mich.. are occupying the flat over
Mr. Best's store.

Sixty-four cars of shell have been
used on the new hard roads here.
There are nine more cars to come.

i"ss Mamie Rowley left Thursday
for Opelika, Ala., where she will be
an attendant at the marriage of Miss
Fleda Abbott.

Miss Clare Hodge and Miss Gen-
evieve Phillips, of Palatka, are the
guests of Miss Addie Bailey for a
few days.


Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stockwell,
,, Mrs. Oeo. Stockwell, Mr. Acker,
Mrs. C. A. Bailey and Mrs. Baron
were In Palatka Tuesday.


J. A. Crosby was In Jacksonville
Monday and Tuesday. He was sum-
Moned as a grand juror In the U. 8.
Court, but wasexeused from serving.


youror Sunday Bebool Xmas
~~ r preets at Rowtou's, PalathA;
,,~3Wdifumns to all Bueaday Saliol..
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VWON 10 Mir. John Ron-
Wk~ on Dieember 26, at


FOR CHRISTMAS.

If you want something nice to send
your friends for Christmas, order of
the San Mateo Fruit Company, an
ASSORTED BOX, packed one-half
best Oranges and the other half
about a layer each of Grapefruit,
Navels, Tangerines and Satsumas,
with Kumnquats on the leaf on top.
Each variety in a different wrapperr
with a card distinguishing them. It
makes the nicest box of fruit ship-
ped out of Florida. The price i $5.00.
We want your Christmas orders, and
can supply any variety of Oranges
or Grapefruit from $2 00 to $6.00 per
box. Can prepay freight or express
to any point and have special ar-
rangements on single boxes to points
near New York or Boston. Write
SAN MATBO FRUIT Co., San Mateo,
Florida.


SValuable Information Free.
It is pleasing to note1 the real prac-
tiel inofrmation the Wilson &
Toomer Fertilizer Co., are sending
out in their booklets.
Every grower in the state and
all prospective settlers should
have a set of them, for each indpatry
is described in a thorough manner
by an authority. There is quite a
series of books on citrus culture and
valuable leaflets on strawberry and
pineapple culture, but perhaps the
three that are especially interesting
at this season are the complete
booklet "Florida Vegetables," and
the leaflets, "Lrsh Potatoes" and
"Fall Ftrtillzfering Citrus Trees."
Each is a complete treatise on its
subject yet so concise as to be handy
for the pocket. Ini no case has so
much Information of practical value
been given free to the public except
by the Agricultural Departments of
the State or the United States.


Mr. and Mrs. Salvator I)'Esopo,
of Hartford, Coun., were visitors
here Thursday. The came over from
St. Augustine to see the San Mateo
orange groves.

Firecrackers, Fireworks, whole-
sale and retail, Rowton's Palatka.
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The San Mateo Fruit Co., is busy
tlese days with their box orders for
Xmas. It you wantAo send your
friends a box for Xmas better get
your order in quick.

Mr. C. H. OtookweU and party
brought Ip 0 birds and one fox squir-
rel one day this week. The hunters
claim the quail stiek to the swamps
on aecoust of the wooden being so dry
and therefore are hard to Sad.


The War Department representa-
tives will hold a meeting at the
Court House Palatka, on Dec. 21, to
hear objections as to the location
of the new bridge across the river.

The river is now full of ducks off
Orange Malls and the sportsmen are
having fine luck. They go down by
launch and shoot only from the boat.
It an easy way to spend a day shoot
ing.
The bonds of the various new
County officers who assume their
duties January Ist, were passed up-
on and approved by the Commnis-
sions-rs at their meeting this month.
Other important business was trants-
acted in the Board's usual business-
like manner.


"Green Goods."


The St. Petersbug Independent
gives "XX" a whole column to tell
about green oranges. We don't
wontrer the article is not signed for
it is no doubt written by a some one
in the dry goods business who never
saw oranges packed as they should
be and are by all the growers that
get top market for their fruit. He
says: "Fully grown" green orange is
aally the only one fitted for long-
distance shipment, and the only one
that should be permitted to go for-
ward to northern markets. This
is shown to be true by the fact that
all wholesale packers DISCARD
RIPE ORANGES, knowing ,full
well that they will be likely to rot
on the way, and injure the sale of
their shipments. Let the reader vis-
it any packing house during the
packing season, and lhe will find fine
eating oranges rejected and sold for
a song, because "too ripe to ship."


Mr. Northorp, wife, son and daugh.
ter, from Pennsylvania, will occupy
the "Idlewild" or Barrelle place be-
lontging to J. M. Outhrie this winter.
They arrived Wednesday.

Mr. Whitehltouis, who has been a
guest of Hyrlyn Place for some days,
was called to his li home, Long I-
land, N. Y. by wire announcing the
serious illness of his wir.. He left
here last Saturday afternoon.

Order your Wagons, ('arriages.
Fencing, Farm Machinery, etc., of
Florida Purchasing Ag'cy, Palatka,
and Have 10 to 20%. 46 in. fencing
29e at Palatka. Write for partic-
ulars. Agents Cyphers Incubators
and supplies.


THE ITEM ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR
A 0000 INVESTMENT.


SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

FLORIDA UWmS.iNION
The n Of" Sot Aer
DAILY AND SUNDAY MONTH
Three Mouths. 1.60 IMonrhs. IO 0
Twel Mon t. 0 /
The SemIWeekly l isl-_a- d_
ThM f1mer aid frdt Grow,.
h Friday p Imuee othe U et-.Weekly. do-
voted to Agrtouliurl d Cinar Frults. LJve
m.oecte. Thetwo pipm ir 10Iopryear
Mall iu your subsortlpUo
Flda Thim-U.Jie jkuUiHl, FIi.


Smith's HOME-MADE CANDY

iSmith S All Kinds.


CHOCOLATES, BON-BON8, KISSES,

BUTTEROUw TAFFY AND MIXTURES.


ICE CREAM PARLOR.


Hot and Cold Drinks.


Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Also
HUYLER'S CANDIES.


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CHARLESTON, S. C.
STHE LARGEST RECEIVERS OFFLORIDA 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
BAY.


WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
I AND 2 ATLANTIC WHARF


THE LYON BROTHERS CO.,

330 Washington Street, New Yori,


OUR SPECIALTIES

FLORIDA


Oranges,


Grapefruit


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Meyer ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,


9 PARK PLACE, NEW YORI
References:-New York National Exchange Bank; Commercial A "gaOIn
Transportation IUe. .


T.apfaton.n.,


G.G.


McCLINTOCKfI


315 NORTH FRONT ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA.


SPECIALTIES:


ALL CITRUS FRUITS,
EARLY VEGETABLES
WRITE FOR STENCIL AND MARKET REPORT.


SOUTHERN VEGETABLES


PINEAPPLES .. .. .. Established 1890. .. .. .. .. .. .. ORANGES.
TANGERINES. . .. .. .. ... ......... .. .. . GRAPEFRUIT.
W. 11. STANTON & COMPANY,


PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY.


AND VEGETABLES.


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Wholesale Commission Merchants


352 NORTH FRONT STREET.


PHILADELPHIA.


TheArthur Courtin Co.


85-87 FRONT ST., NEW YORK.


Solicit Consignments of


PINEAPPLES,


TANGERINES,


Oranges and Grapefruit.


An experience ot


more


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25 years


guarantees prompt and satisfactory returns

Steneil and Market Lettels on Application,


..References: Harry Jennings, Tibbals,Fla.; Saegar Bros., Ankona, Fla.; C.
A. Robinson, Eden, Fla.; E. A. Thomas, Deerfleld, Fla.; M. V. Williams,
Punta Gorda, Fla.; Consolidation National Bank, and all mercantile agen-
cies. ASK FOR STENCIL.


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J. P. SAUER & CO.
Produce and Commission Mershants.
Headqurater. for Florida Fruits ad Vegtables.
45 Ninth Avenue, 400 W. 14% 1ffi.


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*fR" HANDLING FANCY FRUIT, VEGETABLiS AND PRODUCE ,
K W1IT OR. WIM1P FOR MARKET..
SUMSSR STAMP ON APPLICATION. .
CHASE. W. APPLE L A CO., LTD,
vyw SFggyiT. NEW ORLEANS, LA.


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quick service and low prices for su-
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RUBBER STAMPS AND STBNCILO
SS1 *outh Bretd Street.
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SFruit Specalists for over Thirty Years.
All Our Experience Yours for Asking.


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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Established 1884
24 Years Experience in Selling Florida Oranges.


Cerrish Brothers
52 and 54 MASS.
Commercial St. MASS.
t COMMISSION MERCHANTS.


Members of National I.eaguti C onmnlsslon Merchants of U. 8.
SHtferenoe: The Item, 4th Nat. Bank, Boston.
SWITE US FOJl STE.\'CII3.


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Car Lots of


WE WANT

Oranges and


Grape Fruit,


Largest car lot handlers in Chicago. Members, National League of Com-
mission Merchants, the best recothmendation a house cani have. Write
Sour Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, about us. Ask any fruit
trade paper about us. Ypur interest s our ours. GOt in touch with good,
* live people.
M. CEORCE & COMPANY,
NO. 95 80. WATER ST., CHICAGO, ILL.


Ernest


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0O03IMSION MERCHAZ~T.


Wholesale Fruit and Produce.
OUTHURNI FRUITS AND VEGTIJJLXD A SPECIALTY.


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WASHINGTON, S 6


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-COMMISSION MERCHANTS-


Florida Fruits and Produce
279 WASHINGTON STREET. . NEW YORK.
SPECIALTIES: Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit, Early Vegetables.
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SHIP YOUR

ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT
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PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.


Charleston, S. C.
NO SALE FOR GRAPEFRUIT.
CAN HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS TO GOOD


ADVANTAGE.


Sands, Furber i Co.,


Leading Jeweler. Palatka, Fla.
Ifae Watch and Clock REPAIRINO. Work guaranteed.
Largest Use o FLORIDA 8OUV ENIRB, Jewelry and Leather Goods
Is tU city.


W.J.&


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DAVENPORT,


S' RUITSAND PRODUCE.

Commission Merchants,
NO. 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
,PLOf RIDA PINEAPPLES, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES AND VEGETABLES
OUR SPECIALTIES.


Pol l OTSTILSO


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COMMISSION MERCHANTS


FRUITS and PRODUCE
FANEUIL HALL MARKET,


C. H CUMMINGS,
H. F. RICE,
W. 8. GLIDDEN.
ESTABLISHED 1867.


BOSTON, MASS.


PHILLIPS & SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Members of National League of Commission Merchiants of the United Stat
FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE OUR SPECIALTY NOW. I"-"
ERS AND EXPORTERS.
REFERENCES: Chatham National Bank, N. Y.; Aetna Natlima ioe
Y.; Fidelity Trust Co., N. Y. and Coemorelal A*enee
I77 WASHINGTON STRET, *e. *


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Grapefruit,

Tangerines,

Vegetables,

Etc,, to

RI DEATWYLER&tCo.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
For stencils. stamps or any Infor-
mat ion communii.atle with Orlando
offce. Orlando, Fla.


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SHIP US


ORANGES, CRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,


Vegetables in Season.

Geo. B. Long & C
149 Michigan Street. Buffalo. N. V.


WE HAVE BRANCH STORES AT ERIE, PA., AND OIL CITY,
REFERENCES:
Florida Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.


If you wish to keep posted
market prices in


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PA.
BUFFALO


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BOSTON


Ask F. M. Leonard & Company

for their regular fruit quotations.


Peruvian Guano

ANALYSIS: Mechanical Condition:
lAmela, 2 per cent. Fxcepfonally Fine.
Totl niphoric Acid, 14 p.c. Price S27. per too.
Molu, 1.70 per Ct. TRY SOME.


Choice Seed Potatoes

Spaulding's Rose No. 4.
Red Bliss Triumph.

For heavy crops of fine shipping potatoes
use our well known IDEAL mAT T A I ME.


Wilson 1 Toomer
g FERTILIZER 00.,


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GoomwkiOw

Boetm (MaM.) 4Mar Makb'
Union hit levied an assessment of 8
on each member to a4vertse the
blue label.
Delegates from the BrieklaM rs
and Stonemasons' Unions met t
Quelph, Canada, to form a tro.1 lal
assoelatlon.
The American section of the boot
and shoe workers' international body
now has more than $100,000 In its
emergency fund, according to report.
Sacramento, Cal., wishes to have a
labor temple, and has sent to each
union a copy of the plan to- raise
funds for the erection of the struct-
ure.
Union men of Walla Wallas, Wash.,
will ask the Board of Education to
submit to the people at the next elee-
tion the proposition of free text-
books.
The Massachusetts State executive
board of Steam Engineers' Union de-
cided upon Lowell as the place, and
Sunday, December 13, as the date for
the engineers' annual State conven-
tion.
' The Finnish Legislature has passed
the bakers' bill, which makes eight
hours a legal day's worK in all baker-
les throughout Finland. The same
bill provides that night work in bak-
eries shall be prohibited.
The various branches of the Society
of Amalgamated Carpenters and
Joiners have been notified by the Uni-
ted States district secretary that the
minimum amount for tool benefits
has been fixed at $1.75 and the mail.
mum $105.
*


Farragut was youthful at sixty-
four when he so dashingly led the
fleet up Mobile Bay; Von Moltke,
lean, wiry, indefatigable, was the
presiding genius of two great cam-
paigns when he was sixty4our and
seventy-one. These, to the Boston
Transcript, are examples 'of the vig-
orous maturity of mind surviving far
beyond the limits of middle age in
representatives of the two most stren-
uous professions in the world. The
examples of longevity among men of
letters are so many ttht their re-
capitulation constitutes a long cat.
O*gue.

They Were Not Encouraged.-
"I don't see why that young man
doesn't propose."
"I think, pa, that the chances of his
doing it would be fully as good if you
wouldn't leave your boxing gloves
around where he can see them."-Bo-
hemian Magazine.


SHIP IT TO


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CATARRH MADE LU -
A BURDEN TO ME.
M TSS ANNIE PATRON, 927 Main
St., Cincinnati, i0io, writes:
"As I have found Perunama blessing
for a severe case of catarrh of the head
and throat which I suffered from tor a
number of years, I am only too piisaa
to give it my personal endorsement.
"Catarrh, such as I suffered from,
made life a burden to me, my breath
was offensive, stomach Aad, and my
, head stopped up so that I was usually
troubled with a headache, and although
I tried many so-called remedies, noth-
ing gave me permanent relief. I was
rather discouraged with all medicines
when Poruna was suggested to me.
"However, I did buy a bottle, and be-
fore' that was finished there was a
marked change in my condition. Much
encouraged I kept on until I was en
pletely caed n a month's time, and I
find that my general health is also ex*
cellent."
v People who prefer solid medicines
should try Peruna tablets. Each tablet
represents one average dose of Peruba.
Man-a-lin the ideal Laative.
ASK YAIn( DRUGGIST FOR A
FREE PERUNA ALMANAC.

Frequently the man who talks loud-
est about backing his Judgment IW
very poorly equipped along that Ulb.


Man is a brute in the process of re.
generation and the things he feeds
upon are not helpful to the work.


Blstablished 1871


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E. B. REDFIELD & CO.
WHOLESALE

Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,
Receivers of Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pineapples and all kinds of Southern
Vegetables. ,
References: .First National Bank
of Tampa, Fla., The National Bank NO. 212 DOCK STREiET
of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia;
The E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Fla. 0 I PHILADELPHIA.
WILLIAM II. GROCOTT. Representative.


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Prompt Returns.
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Quotations on Request.


OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSE IN WASHINGTON.


Established 1M1.

W. 0. SHREVE & SONS,

NORTHERN AND TIUEIN FUT p

COMMISSION MERCHA
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*EI L 11, 1908.


OCE OF APPLICATION FOR
'*,- *TAX DEED.
SIotice Is hereby given that J. H.
Slumwhton, purchaser of Tax Certif-
t.No. 16B, dated the 6th day of
Aafsit, 1906, has filed said certificate
ta Am office, and has made applica-
tOo1 for tax deed to issue in accord-
auoe with law. Said certificate em-
brsees the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam County,
Florida, to-wit:
8% of Block 94, Palatka.
The @aM land being assessed at
the date of the issuance of such cer-
tifleate in the name of Calvin Gillis.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
S deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 28th day of
k December, A. I). 1908.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 20th day of November,
A. D. 1908. JoS(FPH PRIRJ,
[Seal] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County. Florida.
By R. RAYMOND PRI(E, D. C. n21


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that It. H.
Browning. purchaser of Tax Certif-
icate No. 20, dated d today of April.
A! 1)., 18MI, has filed said certificate
In my othice, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to lssie in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate eln-
braces the following described prop.-
erty situated in Putiam County,
Florida, to-wit:
Nw% tof nia. Section 32, Town-
ship 8, Hange. 2--44) Acres.
The said land tbing ass.'smed at
the date of issuance of SKuIh certif-
icate in the name of N.,wman.
I'nless said c'rtiflate' shall he re-
deemed according t4) law. tax d will issue ther.on on the 2-Sth daiy of
December. A. I)., 11)108.
Witness my ofilcifal siglntur e i and
seal thlis t. 20th day i o Novembeir,
A. D)., lIW>8. Jos:K'H l'kIC.,
(Seal.J (C'l'rk ( irct it Conurt.
Il'mutin (,County, Florida.
By Jos. Price, Jr.. 1). C. i1n21


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NOTICE OF AIPPIIl'A'TION FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED. TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that It. IH. Notice iF hereby Iiveii that R. H.
Browningl. puircliaser of Tax ('ertif- Browniinlg lpurchas r of Tax Certlfl-
Icate No. 876 dated theAfth day oif J uly ento No. 17. dated the Ist day of July
1891, has filed said certificate in lny A. I).. lSl. ihas fIled said certificatee
ottlite, and has made applideation for in lny ,oflce, and lii11 made applica-
tax deed to islue, ini avcerdance withI it for tax deed to Is.suu. In accord-
law. Said certificate, ,nihraces tihe ane with law. Said certificate -in-
following described property sit- brncite tlie following described pro))
united in Puitnam Comity, Florida, erty situated in 1'utiam8n c4iounty,
to-wit: Florida, to-wit:
N I f nw4, section 17, 'Township Nw ,4 of t4. Section '2, 'Township
8, langge 25-8W Acres. H, Itanig'. 2t-40) Acr-s.
'I'lThe aid land ltl ibiil assessed at 'I'lTl' id laHid biing assts54'ed at tllh
the (dIate of istnal(nc of 4 uihl ce'rtif- dnti of thet, iNmiainie of SIuch ceirtill-
cat', in thle name of U'nknown No. 42. cant' In thle uniii' of W\n. Bryalln.
l'nle'mss aid cef'rtifieate sliall b#4 re- I'niles said e'rtificat' shull b Ie re-
d(ee111d a('crding to liaw,. tax deed (de4iled (ordiln to law. talx deed
will issue tlhe.reo n 11 tin. 2sthi day of will issue tlhneron on thi. 2stht day of
ID)-e, mbel r, A. I).. I.NIH. ). D ce',ilb r A. I).. 1.N8.
Witness miy o"iil'ial sigiitntUr'. aid \\'itniess mll otilciial siiginatur. and
soal this thel' 2tItli day 4)f Neovelmber, seal this th, 20tlh day oi Niovemiili-r
A. i)., Ii)08. JOSEI' i'li',; A. l)., 191)l. Jo)s.:rI'I P e't ,
Seal.J Clerk Cir.uit (cimt. [Seal.) 'Clerk ('ircuit Court,
Piutimlln County, Florida. i'utn till ('mltty, Flortila.
By Jos. Pric., Jr., 1). ('. to"l lBy J ..s. I'Kvr,I 1 JR., 1). C. no21


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED. TAX I)EEI).


Notice is hereby given that It. H.
Browning. purchaser of Tax (Certif-
icate No. 16. dated 4th day of No-
vember 1896, has filed said certificate
in Iny office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam County,
Florida, to-wit:
NwY of ne3j and nlg of swY of
nel, Section 28, Township 8, Itange
86-40 Acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of issuance of such certif-
icate In the name of J. W. Tedder.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 28th day of
December, A. D.. 190u8.
Witness mny official sigpature and
eal this the i0th day of November,
A. D.. 11108* JoarxP Paiol,
, (iel.] Clerk Circuit Court,
r PutnamU County, Florida.
jes. Price, Jr., I). C. noe1


Notice in hereby given that It. IH.
Browninlug. purchaser of Tax Certif-
icate No. 4. dated 2d day of June., A.
1). 1902 has filed maid certificate in 1my
ollice, and has mn1ade applicationI for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. S1aid certificate eirbraces the
following described property situat-
ed in Putniam County, Florida,
to-wit:
W'g of ne4l4 and s N of swj, See-
tion 21, Township 8, Range 2 '6-
160 Acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of iNsuance of such certif-
Icate in the name o)f i'nk 2nown.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 28th day of
December, A. D.. 1908.
Witness my oMcial signature and
seal this the 0O h day of November A.
D., 1908. Josabis PuKIOK,
[Seal.J Clerk Circuit Court,
Putuam County, Florida.
By Jos. Price, Jr., D. C. 0 uu21


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NOTICE' OF APPLI',IATIO0N 1FOR)
TAX 1)EED1).
Notice 1l hereby given tllhat It. Ii.
Browniing purchaselr of Tax (Certill-
cate No. 8, dated tie 4tli day of No-
veilmer, A. I)., Is%', lhias filed said
certifl(ete4 iln 111y ,olfle, aid li halS ma de
application for tax .1deed to issueL il
aneordance wit I law. Said certif-
icate ellibrnacen tlhe following de-
scribed property situated( ill Putnam
Countity., Florida, to-wit:
Se 14 (of lne'4, les4 2 A illn (' Cor,
Section 21, Towislhip 8, Ianlge 2-
'3 Acres.
The aid land beingg assessed at
the date of the' islmiallce ofl suh'I cr-
tillcat' in the name of S. Diicker-
I'Ilemss sad c(ertificatep shalIl tbe re-
deemnid accordiiig to law, tax d(eed
will isbue threon on, the 28th of De-
cvmber, A. D., 110m.
Witnel(Ss my official signature' and
seal thilN the 20tlh day of Novembelwr,
A. D. I190. JoKPf PsIC'K,
[Seal Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County, Florida.
By Jos. Price, Jr., D. C. no21


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v'lto- No4. 2b). (Ilto441 thvI pilt (itY #d !.) ii IY
A. 1). h 11,1. 1,115flled said iel4rtjfleivtf
ItillIlly feuIlix (1andl 14) I)"114 '.mililil~e.(-m
tioI Jfill. tti.defdllo)wing (ie. Ii av.'4 lredj-
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%%-ill I"1)'tie~remtoni42 the 2bth day of
D ecc i I ...r, A. D). I1)1418.
WVi imss mty WHOM htl signature. and
miatitithistilwi ')tl i day of Novemmboor,
A. D)., 11,011. jbsk-1-11 pMuo.
Clerk Circuit Court, Putnitma County,
Florid a.
By Jos. Price, Jr., Di. C.


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S Mat Putnam County, Is ali
oa the east bank of the 8
M ier, and t0 feet above it.
w In t point la Florida, east of
SJohas river, which Is onhalf
wide at this point.
miles from Palatka. our county
S 'Jus (city of 4.000), 8 miles from
t. Auguistine and about 75 mile
ba& heksonville.
Tie terminus of a branch of tho
Ploirda BCat Coast Railway. The do-
pot -betng throe-quarters of a nule
I rom the river wharf.
Advantages and Attractions.
San Mateo has good shelled roads
and mile of hard sidewalks. Beantl-
ftl wateroaks line both sides of
streets, and meet overhead In maby
M*JWid AlIOG O 'JOp jPnox ) pooS
EO ,tAUp pu sJap.jo aWV ORA 'B0JO)
U0 a U OO ;vp
.. oiTalm seip aoiWolsod japjo Auota
I_ 4 I, uls* dxs "9uoqdl.ii '4dwj.olap *s8ooips
e)WAj.d puv onlqnd 'saqtanqo omJ.
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 tuxes
are about 20 mills on about on"-thlrd
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 wont through
the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove
here last season.
One of the best advantages lam
Mateo enjoys Is transportation; being
on both river and rail Is an advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. The
past season, for inptanoe, raioads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than congested and fruit ship-
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, in some oases,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
on route to northern market%, and
did not bring enough to pay freight,
while San Mateo shippers, at. s me
time, would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksobville
on the Clyde ship the next. This Ut-
tie matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the Ban
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
will do well to bear in mind trans-
portation and cheap rates that come
with competition, in selecting a Flor-
ida locatiou.
The population is about 360, who
came mostly from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive and sociable. Have a bet-
ter class of homes than can be found
In any place in the south of Its size.
tThe buildings kept painted and
^ grounds tn good order.
L Healthfulness.
+ On aeeoaot of its high altitude,
S hes is no healthibler spot nla Florida
ter all the year round or for the wnla.
,;* ~L visitors. For those who come to
-.+, Florida on accouot of health, many
S hid thi higher altitude, dry and
balnay air is better than the lower,
S more harshb air found In salt water
Sousness. I


The prinelli business ora
owlng". omne 400 sew tla gwr
, k here, and as this prove p
an i not muh attatm
jW.i aow, (w1 .si


IMPROVED


ROTARY


GRADER.


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The result of 17 years' experience as builder of HIGH-GRADE FRU IT GRADERS. A perfect Grader, eau)
to operate, cannot bruise the fruit, cannot clog Ino the machine, lightest r running and most up to date machlae
on the market. Special Packing House Machinery built to order, Supplies, Equipment, Etc. Write me Am
anything you want Nothing too small to receive my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to orM
For prices and circulars write the inventor and manufacturer.
EDW. N. MAULL, Palatkag, Florida, U. S. A.


cattle andI hogs seem to be profit. I
able
As an instance for pro) l In a gofl
orange grove, Mr. B. F. Dotney, from
less than sev(n acrI a h'2t ea oui.
bhipped $6,200 worth of fruit.
Soil.
The soil vark-s a: great deal from
high pinu. to low and high hamnimock,
all within a r.ilh. so that lands for
tny purpose or cro,):1 can be secuird
San Mateco can be reached Irom
Jacksonville by Florid'i Fait (o's

rallwaiy or P.tach a:,l Milk r line
steamers (see time t:ib! In this piper). The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive hcre' about 10
p. m. ao do not adviseo this routre.
Fare B. & M. line $1.25; railroad $2
from J;acksonville.
Launch Rainbow leaves Palatka
every afternoon at I' ). Lucas line
steamers 2 30 p. m., every day but
Bnnday.
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdayb.
and there' trains daily on F. E. C.
railway. Fare front Palatka 25 cents
any route. tf


SAN MATEO CIGARS.


None better. See ad on page
hr prices and sample boxes.
tem a trial. 8. W. ROWLEY.
HOUSES TO RENT.


Furnished, comfortable, nicely sit.
Sated. Write REAL ESTATE AGEN.
OT, San Mateo, Fla. tt


eight
Give


WONDERLAND

THEATRE
When in lPalatka don't Fail to visit the Wonderland
Theatre. The MOVING PICITUI E SHO()W of quality.
Entire change of programme eachl night.


Admission joc.


WRITE

PRICES


Children 5c.


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ORANGE and CRAPE


FRUIT WRAPS


PLAIN AND PRINTED


Ifit's Quality antd Prioe--


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United Paper Co.,


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DOW WMIRI&IRO L~OUlSVILLE-Kkz


FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES


All


Ibbe lorw Own Fertilizer
at SaOw Foerti. 0Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Ntlla,
,.44.t Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, E%.


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Dinig Roomi Chair
Indesign.wai .1g a cfitpr-ncl back. AMaec (0 1:ricr-saw~cdt
with a hiandpoirn g-ctiih. hi:!4y roU*l~cd. Cram lebth'r fRc-It.
rane coivtructio~ttI'rernch L-%. *The rrke kIt. csuic o:"i tciuac
our irnmense m~tdCluring, f.dIttles, for (chairs cxc urlv liitii
out chaffs of ANkall i!. In 2c1-01 110 thacitt v~ecancnut Ott tbs
ft ieru prot 2.'J.11 13 Vt~ CM e WW flt .IVs~.
You run no chancee, for %v- drie yci'r tortcy back IV qeytnicbar'! not
exadly a, we c; re.rmnt. You ravet.1 3c.5t (f.Co.Zar In Ithree
an betterr ttiifaickon. C!:-Irs k(r dir~ing-roon'. r.rr;). bt4-ronni.
PO c9,4kio~dhen, Mi.i :a prrc!-:q.C'-ar:d every otbe ac. r i t
most clegnt 13 Cie plai:ict.L All kinds ef wood, 2L* dtffict-t utyice.
IOU 700 all11ationt UWM JklOt g le 06L 1113.aes I I' -t 6:11'e,74 n CY n(!;j I
oYWJ chair you bay.I d .* e,.It's 7ourt5rce cm r~qcvt.
OKCA=R FACTORY. O01dm. and F.nroe Ste., Jso.&":t., Mc.


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NEW FREE
CATALOG


DF/4CRIDES AND PRICES OUR
ELEGANT LINE Of 111GII
CLASS VEHICLES A MkWESS
SEND owfr I.


AKERMAN &


DD SADVt $25 TO0
GRADE SOUTHRt '
SWe poIti4ily any
.50 per cent. on f4
request is ais winIcost youto kow
how we do IL.


STOP paying the extortion levied by deals -
buggies, and put this money in yoew own poscb
Write us today, and give us a chance to put .o
aims before you. If we can't prove thm. we
won't ask you to pay.
JMALSBY. S P & A CO, D6 2 0t4A' Mt A-t ShI


STEWART


WHOIJSAL AND RETAIL


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CIGARS, TOILET ARTICLES ETO.
Tlighman's Condition Powders, for Cattle, Horses and Shooeep
An excellent appetizer for domestic animals, fattening, Uad given
a Ane appearance and glossiness of coat. t Is an Infallible cure for
lick" in cattle, and Is also specially recommended for hog cholera,
etc.
Sele agents, ACKBRMAN & STEWART, Palatka; NU
Full directions on back of box.
PALATKA, FLORIpA.


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Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
e ,all descriptions. Undertakers and Embalmers.
f Jaut arrved complete liae Crockery and China Tableware, Hotel.
Wtre, Toilet Sots, Odd Pieces China Giasrware, Lamps, etc.
I 106.-112 FRONT ST., PALATKA.

KE4NNERLg HARDWARE C'O.
Are County Agents for the
OLIVER CRI1LLDD PLOW8
SAI for the
PIANWT JUNIOR CULTIVATOR&
t foot. we sell everything nla the


ULs. STOVZB of all kinds, Cooki nig ~asm, Hames, Traeo Ohals,
Plwv C~tlOas, 8paes, woes, BheveRls, Rakes, Laowa weem4 t0
Ilmy eMd t"o0e 0WI.
PALITEA. T LO

Wica Palatka and This SctoIer Now's the Time to iet
: In ot hBot Prices.
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REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND INVESTMENT AGENCY,
PALATKA, PLA.
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
4ORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. AM SURE TO PLEASE YOU.


it-IB SOMMER-HART ORANGE CLIPPER
*. aM&p after a design furnished by Mr. W. 8. Hart of
,5 ostaite adl the emsentials of a first class e clipper, being
uItS~lWu, sad rounded tips to prevent clipper cutting. When
tIs clipper yoe will use so other. The beat is the cheap-
m:1 .t1JS e-a, poetpald, price per dosen 91I.00, express


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FIRST-CLASS-


Orange Trees For Sale
GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES, PINEAPPLES AND OTHER VARIETIESo
LOW PRICES.

F. C. COCHRANE, Palatka, Fla.


WHOLESALE STATION ERY-BIGGEST LINE.
Florida and Other Post Cards in State.


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
Skills; all woodworking machinery;
Small kinds of saws, belting and mill
supplies.
supl We have many thousands of satis-
B 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 FAILQUHAIL Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills.
A POSTAL WILL ItING0; OUR SALESMAN. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
CATALOG.


ROWLEY'S


EAST COAST BARGAIN HOUSE,

For toa ears the leading general mermchadl e satabllshma~ d
2%st Florida, and stLll at the hed. ,
ITAPL AND FANCY-.



Dry Goods, Shoes,


Clothing.
oPralshne'of every li. A warebe s o .gL.W
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Mrs. Samlle H. Blair, of Johnson City, Tenn., vrit: "I had suffered from vomanly trouhl f "id-
teen months, and had four doctors, but they could not help me, until I began to take Wine od CarduL
Now I think I am aboutvelL" At all iretbleun ta, in $1.00 bottles Try It
ITE l A rIe W Wrete eftor a o d vauh e 6pae -stuM"d Bo for Wammn. If "m neMIal
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YOU WILL USE


Armour Fertilizers.


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. John River steam.
ern stop at the wharf. GOOD HUNTING, some fishing; guides and dogs
oan be had on short notiy*. 400 acres.
OF ORANGE GROVES.
House is situated In 15-acre Orange grove, one block from Depot, 1-4
mile from River.
Rates: $10.00 per week; $2.00 per day. For reservations write,


DR.


E. E. BANKER;


Manager,


San Mateo, Florida


Favorite


FertiliZers


ARE THE VERY BEST IlADE


FOR


Citrus Fruits and All Crops.
THYT ARB AS GOOD AS THE BEST MATERIALS AND MOST APPROV-
ND MNTHODS OF MANUFACTURE CAN MAKE THEM. WRITE FOR
'OUR BOOKLETS AND PRICE LIST.


SANDERS FERTILIZER CO.


OglITf AND. FACTORY ON VIADUCT,
I.


JACKSONVILLE, PltA


SEABOARD.
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Savannah, Col6mbla, Camden, Southern
Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, M
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York. S
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. S
Seaboard Florida Limited, jg
Seaboard Express
Seaboard Mail 2
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
* The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITEI'I). Solid Pullinan Vestlibedl4
Train, St. Augustine and Jack sonvillo to New York via Richmond
and Washington. Dining car (a la carto service). Double Drawlng
M Room, Sleeping Cars, State Room and Obtsrvatlon Car. Leave St.
0 Augustine 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonville 12:55 p. m. daily, Including
* Sunday.
For full Information and sleeper rescrvatiuns, call on any agent,
Seaboard, or write:
8. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Pasosenger Agent,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
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MATEO


CIGARS.


Made from the Genuine Havana


Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.


Nto Mperiment They have been on the market for years.
At all the great hotels of the East Coast.
At the Club House of the Florida Automobile Association
on Daytona-Ormond Beach.
On board the famous SL Johns und Ocklawaha River
Steamers.
By the Union News Company on the limited trains.
A all First class Hotels, Clubs and Cafes.
Te Florida Tourist knows and. loves them well. Why
don't you get acquainted?
For convenience of our mail order friends we put sme of
our best brands In boxes of 12 cigars each and will deliver
oee anywhere in the Unitedl states at following prices:
Box of 12 Panotolas for 75 cents, retail prlee 10 ents.
S Puritanos for 75 cents. 10 *
Club House 91 00 retail price 15 cents
Invincibles $1 25 retail price 10 cents.
Imperials $1.50 retail price 30 cents.

S. W. ROWLEY,
San Mateo, Fdorida.


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71raC iin :nea~mu T(,WI 'I 0, I t H!i iY tv rg;~ ~. il*,.rs
'rPnr~g l10611141-14.4' i Iv'. ~ ~ (I- lo zi4 tin ii. mjn ar.JL it !&Ljt -.13 b-
sovi*20 ? *ft wavor at Ift L uIil,,9tmw t"ot rl 1Rr1~l t t ''114 Vt. t* "-L.. &L'r




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k44 *uw 4fi f ibEt 1v PVA W : 'P & .a nr Af mmitm-. a. ,iw lii,, fill.* t. nwit
VA~t ~ t v~q ew ~ V lf !I1FASW.11~I 11 t 31 .m 1f ui &A 21my a:, 'adays on
1t! itttlulnn, pvMr''utIiia z~yrn4r~s
7101 via wk *Md a" -a* 4dlif 51Ilp illtJt 1llt!11M, IZAI -7come
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V opva wa asietyOw w 'a fd tre sI.ssd ecai v1I, va
wilibe leatd weve he r* h a vItui sit'.a -L'i b o athebru
cae 3FW n.up gd f 1tr ,vervti tadIIlitaUtr wa tv3T
raDU, a ? o m ats me raR Is ~,a ~ I s 41rl "Wof i1. i's' at .a nit~jf~~ e0
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*qsf-flais pwMOMy a*de' 9Wbth lkvanthinared Of ts fret 1g rqSWt* c MA~ IP-"$ ~ 7w
V^" sd nr 01 tolov 'be ajog a fewwVO days a 04 that ka iaIit t s R1and a ,Mnnn-f orG
&:t ifty4 b*IR UV,. I ite O*4c21"! -~isev- u .A J--"ii xOir 4Libt hda ;f -:LLi.iaii'y of 324

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Lbw bU u u k h R Sagpre Cut V. gvvsveyaid cofgh wa to er-t]


Penracola, in&-While the price of Ing my lungs to pieces. Doctors fall-
V 4 9himber hast not advanced to any ms* ed to help me. and hope had fled. s
terisl eotst daslrag the pest four when my husband got Dr. King'
a tmah, eoseeptlg a sport prior to the Now Discovery." ba)y Mrs.A.a C. W1-
O" W_ Idessuat l *etkUos. lumbermen fat i amiso aKy.rs
this sectlis are looking forward to a f K. "The first dose I
prepeaous year. and with this l h helped me and improvement kept on t
view ma. y of the mlls in the Pens,. until I bad galaned AS pounds it,
th e as i yz ay s eola district are preparag to renew 'eight and my health was fully re
'1oU e ~s Dr. e atUg dariag the nest two weeks. stored." This medicine holds the !
is over sobest. During the rest lerry about thir- orld's healing record for coughs *
heL y work I ty cSose were alpped from Peas&- and colds and lung and btroat di.
s mssew a ts outh ses. It prevents pneumonia. old s
b m. awsM the markUi to vdaace. Te T de guarate at 8. W. Rowley's *
M 5 we. w. *W-W- 1e Wa tjme iba. d r store. &0 M and $1.00. Trial hbot-
H 1 MifiTtadj4.uofa i s free tt


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PmffATOR;
Samples BMW"mEEsimae

Des 15.P&LLKAI'LL
"MYou are miade to feel at hem. r
New Ond liberal umnamement.


The NeI


Notel


-KALBFIELD & VARNW,
Proprietors.
PALATKA, . FLORIDA.
Catering especially to the commer.
c!al trade. Central and most desra-
bly located for bustsem. Rates $2 to
$2.50. Special by the week.. na eA
nect!on: The Graham HoN u -.epe-
an Plan.

ORCHARD SPRAY PUMPS


SPRAYING SOL,UTIONS
IRRIGATING PUMPS


GASOLINE ENGINES
MALLARY MILL SUPPLY CO, -
MACON, GA.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
,v local applications, as they cannot
-each the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ne-s. and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ng of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or impefect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed. Deaf-
aess is the result, and unless the in-
lammation can be taken out and this
ube restored to its normal conditUon,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
line cases out of ten are caused by
'atarrh, which is nothing but an in-
lamed condition of the muomos sur-
aces.
We will give one hundred dollars
or any case of Deafness (caused by
'atarrh) that cannot be cured by
lall's Catarrh Cure. 8end for circu-
ars, free.
F. J. CHI-NEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by Druggists, 26c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
'ation. tt
Mr. Beasley. from Lexingtoo, Ky.,
ias arrived in Orlando with a string
of fne thoroughbred hoeres, that he
will winter on the grounds of the Or-
ando Driving Park association. The
string comprises fourteen horses that
have records either as unnnlag horses
wr in the harness, lt me are wtth
he string to care for them and dive
hem.
This Is Worth Readl".I
L-eo P. Zelinski, of U OGibeof street,
lufalo, N. Y.. says: "I ewa tL set
anoying cold sore I s-r 4 V it
acklen's Areks SCM I on" tbh
alve ones a day for UM td w B1
very trees oa tf ame "
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h b?- day oe July,
S"said certificate
ad ar ma4e application
taZ deio 4 o M In accordance
SlWs. Bald certtcfe enmbraces the
lMIl Pt Ptua county, Florida, to-wit:
Mi half of aorthwest quarter, sec-
ti 81 towUship 8, range 24-acres
S The said land being assessed at
t6e date of the Issuance of such cer-
Uteate la the name of Unknown No.
*.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
il-ed according to law, tax deed
wll Issue thereon on the 14th day of
Pc ber, A. D. 1908.
Witness my official signature and
segl, this the 4th day of November,
A. D, 1908:


JOSEPH PRICE,
Clerk Cireult Court Putnam County,
Florida. By Joseph Price. Jr.,
*D. C. (Seal.)
tf

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
ora* nw n ai~irjrwn wo r&m


taT aid istIest tart t of el-
west quartr ad sorth half of smath.
west carter section 10, towship t,
rae S5--sacres 200. The said land
belag assessed at the date of the Is-
suance of such certificate in the name
of Florida Commercial Company.
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 odicial signature and
seal, this the 4th day of November,
A. D. 1908:
JOSEPH PRICE,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
Florida. Ily Joseph Price, Jr.,
P. C. (Seal.)


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED UNDER 81UCTION 8
OF CHAPTER 4888. LAWS
OF FLORIDA.


Notice is hereby given that R. II.
Browning, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 119%. dated the 2d day of July,
A. I). 1900. has filed said certificate in


TA DSU UNDiR SECTION iU 8 my office, and has mnndo application
OF CHAPTER 48F8, LAWS for tax deed to issue In accordance
OF FLORIDA. with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property sit-
Notice ia hereby given that It. II. uated in Putnam county, Florida, to-
Browning, purchaser of tax certificate wit: Northeast quarter of northwest
No. 80, dated the 7th day Of July. quarter, section 29, township 9, range
A. D. 1890, has filed said (ort ificate 24--acre.4 40. The said land being as-
In my office, and has made application sessed at the (late of the issuance of
for tax deed to issue in accordance such c rtificate in the name of F. M.
with law. Said certificate embraces. Markley.
the following described property sit- j unlesss said certificate shall be re-
uated in Putnam county, Florida. to- d (enmed according to law, tax deed


wit: Southeast quarter of northeast
quarter, section 35, township 8, range
$4-acres 40. The dP.ld land being as.
sealed at the date of the Issuance of
such certificate In the name of UnT-
known No. 24.
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
meal, 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 taf 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 land 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:
JOSIDPH PRICE,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
.Florida. By Joseph Price, Jr.,
V. C. (Seal.)


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


Notice is hereby given that R. 11.
S JrowBm purchaser of tax certificate
.LA -lI. US dated the '4th day of Novem-
11 j ,, A. D. 1il5, has Wled said certill.
is swo7 saa4 b made apple


will issue thereon on the 14th day of
December, A. D. 1908.
Witne.;s my official signature and
seal, this the 4th day of November,
A. D. 1908:


Clerk Circuit
Florida.
D. C.


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


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED UNDER SECTION 8
OF CHAPTER 4838, LAWS
OF FLORIDA.

Notice is hereby given that R. H.
Browning, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 138, dated the 7th day of July,
A. 1). 1S90, has filed said certificate in
my. office, and has made application
fcr tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property sit-
uated in Putnam county, Florida, to-
wit: East half of southeast quarter,
section 29, township 9, range 24-
acres 40. The said land being assess-
ed at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of Unknown
No. 38.
Unless raid certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 14th day of
December, A. 1). 1908.
Witness my official signature and
seal, this the 4th day of November,
A. D. 1908:


Clerk Circuit
Florida.
D. C.


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


5alnesvllle Nurseries
New catalog for the coming season
contains a good list of fruit, forest,
nut and ornamental trees in variety;


shrubs, roses, palms, ferns, etc. Send
for it.


He S GRAVES, Prop.,


Gainesvile,


Six out
cloth for


Florida.


of 10 women prefer broad-
their street suits.


AbMite ety Insured by
CapitlaI

Surplus *

Stockholders Liability
Actual security to depositors


2100,000

$250,000

$100,000
$450 ,00J


NOTE-This Bank is Number One on the "Honor Roll" of
National Banks in Florida, and No. 187 in the whole
United States, among over sixty-eight hundred National
Barks.


Gomrvatlsm


Proven by our success and our reputation.


Square Dealing
Ask our patrons.


Courteous Treatment


Open an account with us and wo will deonl:Itrate it.



FIRST NATIONAL BANK,


St. Augustine, Fla.


Manlove Self-Opftning


to tl~e bilauty, all


MANLOVE CATE CO.,


Cate OF ORD:ER:T: 4 O~t


vi vli~jv w*l~c ~it hout ;issist-
onI l,'afuit ,r liorse4lback. and
1' 'ei h',a :~ 'fo' i*With full

*1*' ofA alsa ,eIN 11i Iu-anv, acid
II ~' ;*~om( ~of oi(IC?.
Sat rivtct tion ef'v j~o t I t adds
Id af -t N.of '1! -, lo~a~


~27~s: ~', II' ~N Tv,
4IfI1( L.Ri.


San Jose Scale and White Fly1

For San Jose Scale on Peach Trees and \Vhite i% Fly andril oit-r inc
pests on Oranger Tre's. spray with "Schnarr's Insecticide." Mivs. rl:d.
Ily in cold water, does not clog ho tieloz lI(', sha; an ia l .'l.*!1.* odor,
and is harmless to face or e'ys of the oi'ri;tlor.


J. Schnarr 6 C., Manufacturers,
ORLANDO, FPLA.



EAST FLORIDA CITRUS NURSERY

Standard varieties of Orange and Grapefruit trues. My stock tli s sea
*sot is large and of extra fine quality. No white fly or scale. Will take
special low price on trees for No vember delivery.


Address:


WILLIAM F. REED,
DRAYTON ISLAND, FLA.


STETSON SHOES FOR MEN.

QUEEN QUALITY & AMERICAN

GIRL SHOES FOR LADIES.

A full line of Shoes for Boys, Misses & Childrea,


CITY SHOE TORE,

IHERBERT CROOKS, Pro,


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BTING INLAND.
P t .*.p63t of sweet milk on to
*$old. d eat well the yclks of two
Was, add three tablespoons of Psug-
1*r and one tablespoon of carnstarch
aBolstened with a little cold milk.
Utr well together anti adt caretfuoly
to the hot milk. As soon as it
thickens pour it Into the lli:'h to il-:.
ld4 for the table. and a:1.1 a ti ;'o n
Of flavoring. Peat there '. hIit-, of io,'
ggs to a stiff froth, dr p by spon)i-
fUl for an inst:knt into, l'),.."n: wa\3 r.
dip up with a skimmer andi lay on
the dish of float. A Fpock oif lirith,
Jelly on top of each ilai(nd makes 3
pretty effect.--ostcn 'Post.

IBRAN .,t'i'Fi 1NS.
IFor the mncre snl.stfa tiil sil nfo
the tea table, n r "; li''cnit is t'i''
bran muflin nx vhich i:. ; p in.at' :'""
and very deleftabh' i, eil ,.' shrt nlt '. I
be eaten slowly a;. l pt;1t;l "lI,'cl1 th, r-
oughly. To Imak, thI a', inniflrins talko
two cups of fine l'r:ia, n, r'' f
flour, one an I (,Il i; t'f (i ;. f C r *'ir
milk, one rlinirter of a t1n orf hi',,'.
three t( :ble iopn lf'i, rif ri':,-.; .
one t'aspoonfuil of ,'* :. '.Tix the' li"
Ingredients andO thwn :idl ithe :, 1:,; 1
m l* ld w ith I I : ,, r ,ii i;l il, : in '* ,
butter la::t (:,i d n .1 1 :t \ i'
orously. aVe1 thl ;1ouIl]'y iln .17 'l'
tin rin.s In a slow ov n Sirvv. h..
buttering th< in f'r' 1i 1for 1 '!' i
them to the tbhl. N w Y '.; T '
une.


S. N I TA I .-
A little rookie thal \. il' I: 'p li<'v
is well to have on hand. a:,.l tl f '
lowing recipe is for jui..t s1 h1 :i;i
article. It can Il. made uit in vatr
ous shapes ind is even l cre d'.-lcio'ln
with a blanched almond :' thoe inll'e
of each. Take one tear',:alit of lbut-
ter, one anl one-ha'f 1h ir'pfis of
sugar, two e l, tlh I t s in nf 't;
oif water, one-l3'f tr ji;poOixnful of : 0-
eratus and i just uionuh flo'Ilr to ,inl:ev
a stiff doTnuh that n11 roll ount v.rvLV
thin. ('ream thle '0%igfr :; I hUltfer to-
gether. add tL c"' '.;., which s n w,,l' l Ie
well beate n ttl. n Otl' w ater. a'idl lat.'
ly the siftel (lour. In wv.hich ithe 'al-
eratus is put lrish wlitri, 'if e '.-
over the top: and i tr'!r1Y ,, iit 'i rin1
alon and sugar.--Nvw Yo'rk T-'ilmitx.


RUSSIAN (iIN(iWIMPIFlR.D
This d(eli mn 'v cr!sp :i il d 'ic.',''
cake require; ,i ralt her hliot .v. n .!
a somewhat nun nil (oo()in pi:a',' :-:u
It is wound around ;a lroonu~ticl t',
harden. The bhuoomL.tick sIh uWd 1
cut In eighteen ihi. leiglt h frrma ; '
broom, and, <;f course, ,.h kep it for
this especial purpose. Th, in r, 1l!I
ents are a half cup of b Auttr. n half
cup of molasses, a hIaIf cup (if flour.
one tablespoonful of bri'ii\n s,'gar :a :l
two teaspoonfuls f phing.i.r. Mix a.:
for ordinary gln'-erbr:i, iipour vi .r
thinly into a long Ip.tn a.i 1 'tLe, ui'nll
brown, then cut in iia; ''w :-tripis a;nt.
wind around the ics to ool and
harden. The'-e ar' i rv' ciko)i a nn.1
have an attra;cthl\e appeiartance.-N'w
York Tribune.


, "the pa i ay, tt E r i
T Iralm, bta more aertabW tha, 0
I A old ,automobile it has a record on
HOUSBWF -HINti'. whircb ,aqe ,lh hopes. With hat
t the linoleum Is first duste well record and the enthusiasm and t06
If the inoleum rt dt w competition that are inspire by it
with a cloth, r .wept with a broom rapid progress must come as a mat-
having a cloth tied over It, you wilt ter of course
find the mopping will be a much cr of course,_
c;'svlr task. "Man is naturally one of the molt
i)Da:nprncil bailng soda, or mntd unadcrned cf animals," says Dr. W. I.
b nd up n theI bit-s and stings of rhomas In the American Magazine."
in ,c(, wl! givr ro!l.f, so will am- But man has hands, and consequently
i'n!a. ."the power of collecting brilliant oh.
Try mlklnr- the kitchen apros jects and attaching them to his per-
dl: o, i(r a, thwe front and down as s.n." The ornamental Instinct is per-
;, ,;, '. bharl wear comes. Be sure i~atent. and universal, comments the
to hatve t'" rl-ht :idce of goods of the New York Mail. Its gratification haS
.- tr;i pl-,e ntainst the wrong elde of I become woman's sphere, but in adol-
l( a ,rn. Wlih.n they come to the escence man yleld. to it himself, and
in, nl, th,. I'I ces will be there all at all periods he foots the bills.
r,:'edy to stit(h to. and will look much
;;, altr than if amended with new Farmers In the vicinity of LAW.
.on.ds; also It is a quick way to mend. renceburg. Indiana, have found,that
S1'.- inonna In the boll suds when a herd of goats will clear the under-
wv:i thing. a tabilespoo.iful of about brush from a farm In a few months,
1in1e g:ilnq. It, with the aid of the and do a good job at moderate cost,
. irmanwr sun, will whiten the clothes relates the New York Tribune. For
' (l'erfuloly. the last five years a herd of forty
I':, r wi'il inrce potatoes, cook until goats has been eating and working
? .tr in s!l, ,water, season with there, and in that time the animals
svIt 1e on ,lri.pplnins. or cream and have changed owners ten times. As
lt: r;: very ;nitiable and a change s'on as their owner discoyvrs that
fii'iI tIi, (Al, way of cooking then. there is nothing left on the farm for
yas'e the' tea leaves into the the goats to feed on but good grass
t.a;llt iand lhr:tc where It will keep they are lent or sold to another farm-
,i. r.m for ti n r -ft'n. minutes er for a similar purpose.


I), tlre po1rinir, over t e lbnlling water.
M -.\l trni.th will Ie extracted, and
.t l t, 't'r fl.i ,t 'r ,l tea.
.\i1 o';, \v ii. wtsh )rush Is just
iOt, i:hiint n IeewJ the soot and fine
:1.' from i the tcp of theo oven. The
'. -rk is well dole, with the least
a; u:;,lnt of liust.





4 WORTH QUOTING
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"A I'ap io' salni.ss in 1dia world,"
':A.iIl I' o l 'he'n, in the Washington
a is ilue to folks' disposition to
; i, it bo 4it ,le roses ,dal done failed,
Sd lo' g. t' in' busy planting' crops
fd l I','\' ;t4io ."

,.,h c.:carlinaI dealers in bird hat4
h.,,, h .n fllb d, do;ubtlic s tV the cost
! ( ':0' WIl.lrs, nt(s the Philadelphia
!.' d, r, who will observe the fine
: .k eI on to tlhi regular price.


e'ry nvuij i'li l ixaazline carries as
Iall;niy is two col'tinilt'd stories in It:
,'hien a man lt; ws six, suggests the
(oil City ID.rrick, it means that his
v. ife is; carrying twelve continued
:ories in her hI ad in addition to do-
i',I: lhe ookingl and trying to lin I
oit how much th' new hat cost worn
liy the woman next door.
--
Tlhe Paciflc is to be covered with
:tat iMns for the. wir-lea telegraph
F -1'4 ,i. ann(ouneI(s the Baltimore
.A ;. :'lan. So will the ocean be
lhroilht Itn Int iio i lotintn tn humann


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Nw *\ U T N V W A P E. H.I S . . .. .. 7 . . . . .
I# J,* n' trprisew antl no more roll a
Shbese little cakes aui. very l. ie t. (!j en to be bridged for news only
ly lSavored arid atr, v.iy crlp. if' .ith eixpeine of time and trouble.
rPfterred, they can b.e inal. In .sh:-.re-; In short. It will probably be only a
, &y pouring the bulitter i'lntl va'voutl'y mintt(r of comparatively short time
4slgued pastry cutt rs thi, can luie when the Sultan of Sulu will be call-
Sn the pan anuI 'au ''oved Jdiint ing up the White House on his wire-
the waf rs ar l)bake I. Th'l Itus 'phone.
way, how'vei'l'. L to drop the
Into a we:l ibutte d I pan at Euroepe* Is worrying about why the
Ip distaine from on' another, Americans are not coming across with
have to be takenI out of the the usual supply of ready money
quickly, wlhen hot, with .1 which helps so much. Confidentially,
laced on a platter to cool. answers the Buffal Exprems. Europe
tN are a half cup of should know that the very rich are
cup of milk, one cup of saving to meet their tire bills, the
Oc)hopIped nuts and one middle class are trying to get enough
cups of lour. Crea0 ahead to pay the Arst installment ent
butter together, add thq poa* of et, al the poor. well.
.4,


Many people like to see a horse
race. Time was when more people
would g,) to see Maud S. trot than
would attend a baseball game. Speed
and records were matters of general
conversation, as baseball scores are
now, avers the New York World. This
general public Interest diminished be-
cause, Instead of being a sport, rac-
ing became a gambling game. There
was a like Interest taken la the rac-
Ing results as the 4sitors to Monte
Carlo show in, the printed records,
of the day's roulette plays.


Street Lighting In Europe.
In a recent article by Dr. Louis
Bell in the Electrical World, atten-
tion is called to the lighting sys-
items of Europe as compared with
'American street lighting. According
to" Dr. Bell. European streets are fa.'
better lighted than our own, but not
because electricity is cheaper abroad
than here; ifor London pays over
$100 per arc per year, Paris $166
and Berlin nearly $120. The differ-
*ence seems to be that in this coun-
try we attempt to light all of the
streets fairly well, while abroad par-
ticular attention is paid to the more
prominent streets.


Evidently Exaggerated.
Among the ,begging letters recently
received at the office of a benevolent
society was one running thus;
"This unfortunate young man is
the only son of a widow, who died
childless, and his earnings maintain
his aged father and infant brothers,
whose sole support he is."
The secretary of the society wrote
on the margin of thie epistle the fol-
lowing note:
"The circumstances of the case are
evidently exaggerated."-Royal Maga-
zine.
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Per Laugh.
A story Is told of a woman living
In a lonely part of the Far West.
whose husband had one day been
away from home much longer than
usual. She waited patiently, however,
when to her surprise and alarm a
band of ruffians rode up and dis-
mounted a little distance from tho
hut. Approaching her, the leader of
the party exclaimed, apologetically:
"We've come to tell yer, ma'am,
that we've lynched yer husband. We
admit we've hung the wrong man,
so you've got the laugh on us there."
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Tallow, Beeswax, Beef,
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quered Science
lf leade *tJ l as Dynarsala PoI rce Is
S. New Universeily Accepted
Abel Potter I)agget.
Ito -poychelogy that shows clearly why psychotherapy works:
hby it has worked through the agi s. The fundamental facts of
the revelation are thcec: In the soul of man there resides a
curative power.
The Creator evidently placed it where it Is for our use.
There is reached the triumphant conclusion that it can make us
and keep us so. And prayer, expressed In the pse-
terms of auto-sugs,. sticn nnd telepathy and cosmic de-
9.Iaa,,beoomes one of the mightlc.-t s:.1 ntific force as in the universe. Long
Wge1 from the most orthodox of h>mnal v.we sung:
Prayer is tih oul's sinrere desire,
Unuttered or expr(serd.
Proof of the power of thought t) p,,.-dure i)h ,lala results is common.
Hlow-teng have we heard of the fear that turned a man's hair white in a
Idght.? Every docter knows that an'or liai so) affecrt(d a mother's milk as
to ease the death of an infant. And the Vnitt dI Stater. gove-rnme-nt in expert-
meotr at Washington awhile ago ,err* nitratet that (ach hail emotion pro-
duces a corresponding poison In the human system. If there is In the mind,
then, .its very evident power to create adverse phyliyaal conditions, may it
not aiio create .favorable conditions?
By this reasoning. the principle of the< new-old healing are FufficlentyT
founded on every-day experience to r( move it from the domain where It
Used to be lightly disp-sed, bf ns the idl4 mouthing :f fatn:tleism. Today the
Dentist reverently admits them. fcr at the shrine o' thr soul he has learned
that there Is no more potentt suggestion known to p-ycholoy than religious
faith.-PFrom the DelHneator.


High School Boys an?


Girls Must Be Separated
By Dr. Williorn Lee Howvnrdl.
FB'1ST, get this clearly in your ri.itlj.no minatt r wh:tt the cost, the
sexes must Le epIrat, 4. Not n,'re s- paratht1 in the' buillin s,
buildings far apart fr;inm (ach otlh''. lIalti::ire l4as a commllon-
sensoe I)!.A Th.' bo'.s' h .igh tv.hc i.s n( n tr tile (trenter of th"' city
S-'-ale teachers-while the girl ,' high s *hoo:s are distributed in
three or four sBtti W n.: ( t(he city.
The women teachers in ;hi mix ( high schools attempt to give their dl' -
Inutrested sce'-lars aciulemic fanci(:; l' e ridingg thi phyhsi>)lu ;ie' effect of a
lass of beer meanwhile oblivious to their adolrsc"et'( s S.'Int app)ialhl ftor .-'oTu
true statPem(-nt concerning the laiw.s (f n"l tt''re.. VWe net d(a itnew ode ol
ethics of the sexes. A Scinc(t fA sex is ncets:ary t') a p)rC:'r understanding
of Christian sexual ethics. We 1i1 mfaturei a perfect ethics of the sexes
amid moral innocence, 'but not amid phy-iologi< ignorance.
The ',o.%a must be instructed by virile men, and ,iach adjusted to hii
capabilities lender th'cse (onditi'n: i the boys v'ill be happy in their work,
and we ,hall turn out uicful cilizei s.
WIat kind of an Interested br.oy ire you going to get when his prude of
a New Eng'and old-maid tu(acher tel-; himr he mni:;t stay in aftTr school for
. saying "leg, for limb? How eft n have 1 told you that the other word is in-
decent? Now, you stay in until y:u learn to remember what I say."
I heard a female teacher f-1. to a sixteen-year-olil 1:;tl who stood in a
class of yonrRg \-o'men: ".11(-n,.N. \ ladies with vyor shirt toin like tt1at. (lo home at ence,. ;Ind don't come back
until you are properly dres-e'. Tlhe idt( "--Americain Magazine.


Says Woman Is

Only a Pawn
By Professor TlTio rtn .
HILE woman's ,,it:mnd.i; c( ui >: o lar;: te a place in the industrial
W worTd, it Is notlcc:ble thai she in Ih(irsif only a pawn ii the
industrial game iplaytl by man. i11 r indilvi.Iual postessor ute'
her as a symbol of hi.-- wealth, and thle captains of industry make
her and her changeable andl xl nsive fashions the occasion of
a market fr the costly anid changeable objects which fashion-
able habits force her to accept. New f.ashios are not always beau-
tiful; they are even often ugly, and wti ni as frequo.ut and as radical as the ii.z 2 tuity of the mile-maker, can devise.
Women do not wear what the-y want, but wh:it tie manufacturers and tradee-
people waut them to wait. The pno;ple who supply tl itn also control them.
This does not, however, alt< r the fact that ti:. g'ner:al tonet aild pace of
social !lle are deeply influenici d bv womaIn's e t iItphis of finery and form.
There iA an old story of a lady who pu)rchasid % i.tilr of brass alirlnlrjns and
then by degrees persuaded her htlb:itan to Irf'I n 'sh he whol-e house to nat,'h
them. Just so, when silks ;ndl ft:r. and ,gins ;ntli latic and the unsuitnited gold
are attached to the person of woman, It fUlo ws al.-o that the householI 'aind
the world in which she moves are tianstf(imed to harmonize with her showy
taste Mid appearance. Il(ginnlint wit)h thei ru':s. t'tp)estry,. IKorcelain. hilvtr
plate, fino linen and the rl'h and gKaulv furnl4hlbu4 of the home, the factitious
personally of woman pervades anid hl llizeis. e.e.-ythilig. The baffling array of
sliver at the twelve-course diinnar and th,- co.it.y box at the costly opera are
equally a part of woman's dress. Thli tltuati .I Is the despair of men, but it
is "soclety."- American Magazine.


Waterfall Ferris Wheel.
Unusual type of Ferris wheel 's
egq(Plbed In Popular Mechalics. lt
I spgrated by a fall of water, ou t)to
-* Ite principle as the old overshot
liWheelsl of years ago. The wat,-r
SIs ped to the top by an electrLu
r ) aw. l ruas down the outside *)f
'*MdW Tke on, twelve la num.
gat ed. 4 to a framework in-


side the rim.
Ti a drinklug in the ('German army
Is t, bi encouraged in future, on the
suggestion of the Emperor. In many
ealteens tea has been regularly serve*
ed for some time.

In Austria and France the provis-
ion of rescue apparatus In mines is
made cooipulsory.


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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beem
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
^ and haa been made under his pet%
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-nx-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
InftlntA and Children-Experience against Expcriment.


What is CASTORIA

OCastala is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parm
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. If
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other NarcotIf
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Wornms
and allays Fevcerisihness. It cures Diarrhooa annd Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It L Assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloepo
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

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A SPLIT TABLE LEAP.
A table that is just the right size
for the number of guests to be en-
tertained is much better than one
that is too large. Often the addition
of a leak makvs the table out of pro-
portion.
One ingenious housekeeper has smn.
plifled this problem by having one of -
her leaves split in half for occaslone
when only slightly more elbow room
Is deslrable.-New York Press.


Goi to otir atoi A!006
becomes creamy sa4 bal boU*tp
thae, dtop by sPI t 0" a bert
plate.
Chocolate Caramels.-OQa etp su
gar, 1 cup milk 1 oep mo.*
lasses, 1-4 of half pound
cake chocolate, butter bhaf sise of aI"
egg. little vanilla Jtat before- It lu
done. Boll until crisp to water. MuXt
b4 carefully watched from time it be-
guns to boll.
iFilled Cookies.-One cup of sugar,
1-2 cup shortening (part lard and part
butter). 1 egg. 1-3 cup milk, 3 1-2 cups
flour, 2 teaspoon cream tartar, 1
,teaspoon soda, I teaspoon vanilla.
Roll thin, put cookles in pan, then
put teaspoon filling on each. Place
another cookie gently on each. Fil1-
ing For Cookies: One Cup chopped
.nidtuia 1.9 r.nn pncunr 1.9 uin water


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TREATMENT OF WATER. 1 tablespoon flour. Cook until thick
Bolled water is Insipid because Forcign Frult.-Four pounds hard
much of the air has been expelled, pears cut In small pieceA, 2 1-2
but this Is easily rimedled. After pounds suar, juice and outer peel
boiling the water should be poured of I lemon. 1-2 pound preserved ging-
Into clean quart bottles, which have vr, tumbler cold water; cool until
been sterilized by being boiled In a transparent.
separate vessel, earh h)::lt being on- o -
ly half-filled. It is then corked anld
well Oaken for a few minutes, by |* .f||
which moans the water Is again ar-
ated and made palatable.
Ice should not be ad iled to thl- WORTH QU0Tl
water, but the bottle (an be kept in .
the refrigerator until it Is neieded.- tw o,
Youth's Coilpanilon. V. S.,.


PRESERVING AN rU'. tlRIiA JAR.
The housekeep'r who hais suffered
from having hr unibri-lla jar broken
by hastily pished-ln uminbrellas should
welcome the contrivance of a clever
woman who declares HIho has learned
how to prevent breaking.
From an old rubber -mat she cut
two clrcl,.s that just fiti d the bot-
tom of the jar. These weroe put one
on top of the other and when an
umbrella was pushed In hurriedly it
struck a soft surface Instead of a
breakable one.
If one does not possess the rubber
mat it will be found worth while to
buy enough sheet rubber such as Is
used by plumbers. Its cost is noth-
ing compared to a new umbrella jar.
-New York Preps.

SHOES.
The soles of shoes can be -made
water 'proof and will wear much
longer if they are given several coats
of copal varnish. The varnish may
be bought at any paint store, and
is applied in very small quantities to
the sole leather.
Put a few drops on ar d spread
it evenly over the surface with a
flat stick of wood, or better Hill, if
one happens to have it, tho, handle
of an eld tooth brush.
Stand the shoes upside dC wn an I
allow the first coat to thoroughly dry
before another is :applied. When Ith
leather will absorh no im,'ire the var-
nish will form a shliny surf-it o n the
outside.
Shoes that have never been worn
should have the soles sand-pape-ed,
so as to remove the glazed ,Inlth be.-
fore applying the varnish. 1 he wvtar-
Ing qualltidl of shos c(an be v '.- ntly
Increased if forms are 'Iaced in them
each night or when not in asse.
* This will stretch the le-ith-'r an-d
not permit it to draw an,! (crack as
It keeps the shoe in its orlg!nal hape.
-4New York Press.


RECIPES.
, dA Oood Lemon Pie.-One lemon, I
p auPr, 1 egg, 1-2 cup milk. 1
4ajlitonn oornstarch mix'dl with
f, or two crusts.
aies.-Beat the whites of
tM, cream 1-3 cup butter,
si* awgr, add 1-2 cup milk. 2
a fr pitted twice, with 3 4evel
I.baklk powder. Fold in the
4 VW lkst. and 1-S tea.
I*o"lee or vanilna Savor.


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The French people keep up
reputation for considerate
thought, with the. Washington
by not requiring aviators to
their lives on sharp turns.


their
fore-
Star,
risk


China is determined to'develop her
resources, preferably through the aid
of this country. Maybe the Pacifie-
.coast of America won't be a busy
place then, exults the Los Angeles
TiLmes.

"Some folks." said Uncle Eben, In
the Washington 'Star. "takes credit
foh begin' hopeful an' cheerful when
,ley's only jes' procrastination' "-
Washington Star.

It Is now claimed, notes the Chris-
tian Register that plants have memory
and habit, that they may be taught
tricks, and that. it Js possible that
some form of consciousness enters
Into their beautiful lives.

The Scientific American discusses
the great advances that have been
made in meteorology In an obvious
bit vain endeavor to attract a small
Instalment of approbation to the
weather man.


"Don't reach out for all the world."
Paid the Old Philosopher. In the At-
.lanta Constitution. "and yet, If you
don't, the other fellow may grab It,
and you'll find yourself without an
acre of ground to stand on!"

Men have done great work In the
wirld after sixty and found great
happinesss In living. It Is to be hop-
od, chirps the Washington Post, that
Dr. Osler and all the hearty boys
.f his age will remain with us many
years yet.

Says the Chicago Record-Herald:
One of the finest things about base-
ball is the absolute lack of talk con-
cerning the throwing of games or the
bribing of players. The contests in
batlh the American -end the National
league have shown beyond any doubt
that the game is honestly played. 0

It Is not in accordance with the
ethics of amateur sport, and especial-
ly with the spirit of Interoollegiate
athletlqa, declares the Philadelphia
Record, that men should be procur-


ad to eater a college and to remain
ln it ostensibly as students, when
the real purpose is to Sortify the foot-
bell teem or the erew,


og their ax to ftmV aul tag
tie women of thl emoutry a vbeS"
demead tMe tblet there lt tooe@o
It wo b to them, bt 1 t
before.

The constitution In China is the
beginning of a new era in which
Occidental civilization shall have a
largerr part, prophesies the Pittsburg
Dispatch. The awakening has begun.
We may not anticipate a duplication
of Japanese development, for the
Chinese nature differs in important
particulars. But, we may expect a
wonderful metamorphools, with more
faithfulness In copying the American
model.

Wonderful results are expected of
a new cactus, developed by Luther
Burbank. The claim made Is that "it
may be canned, pickled, preserved,
made Into syrup, or find 'a ready mar-
ket in the fresh state. The leaves
of the plant may be eaten by man
bolted as greens, tried like an egg-
plant or eaten as a salad." Mr. Bur-
bank estimates tlt three billion
acres of unproductive soil throughout
the world may be utilized to yield
the new plant, so the report says.
What a snap for another trust!

BIRTH RATES IN EUROPE.


Highest in the Eastern and the South-
ern Part of the Continent.
Nearly every 'country in Europe
publishes a summary of the Informa-
tion obtained in the census of Its
population, which is taken every five
or ten years. By studying these con-
densed reports Interesting compari-
sons as to the growth of population
may be obtained.
For instance, it is found that in
proportion to .population the .birth
rate is larger In eastern than in
western Europe and in the southern
t'an in the northern part of the con-
tinent
The birth rate Is more than twice
as -large in Russia as it is in France.
In Normandy and the southwestern
part pf France, where the birth rate
is lowest, the births at times fall
ap low as fifteen to the thousand In-
habitants in a year. But in Russia
there are many districts, as in Oren-
burg, where the births are as high
as sixty a thousand in a year.
Notwithstanding the enormous emi-
gration from Europe in the nineteenth
century Its population now is nearly
double what It was at the beginning
of the century. It is believed that
at the beginning of the Christian era
there were only a few million people
In the whole of Europe. It does not
seem likely that the present rate of
increase can continue many centuries
to come.
That part of Qreat Britain occu-
pied by England Is now the most
densely peopled region In Europe. The
crowding of so -many millions to-
gether is at last having the effect of
diminishing the birth rate. Statis-
tics show that it has declined one-
'curth in the last twenty-eight years.
If this goes on it will not be a very
long time before the English birth
rate is as small as that or France.
In some parts of Germany, as in
Berlin and the region around it, the
birth rate is declining, but In most
of the empire it still appears to be
holding its own.-New York Sin.

To the Dallas News: One of tho
most discouraging things in the
world is the waste.


Other things beidn equal, a cook
prefers a place where she can break
the most dishes with the least oer.
tion, MaertL the Dallas Nevs.

"A good-by kim." says Andrew
lan. "is a little thing." Yes, In4ded.
One of the little thlag that telU. IO
tSees the N YTork Mal.


where located.
sire to sell send is."'
soription and price.

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Hand-Made


Exclusive Agents


HAWES'


Soft and Stiff


HATS


of Latest Vogue


Peters Brotherhood and Sweet Orr


Look for Trade Mark on Crown and Label.
The Most Healthful and Refreshing Drink.


OVERALLS.


The only authorized bottlers are


Yhe P alata Coca Cola Bottliin Co
EDWARD KUMMRR, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.


Palatka


Ice Factory


Hanan, Ralston, B. & P. Kor-


rect Shape and W. L.


Douglas Shoes.

-BUY-


PURE ICE
From Distilled Water.
ALL WOR W~i4 JoE*IVE PROMPT ATTENTION. "
O~IAEURONDENOE OLICITEO. -


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Atlantic


Coast


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COE8 EVERYWHERE


North, Sooth, East and West
CONSUL* THE "PURPLE FOLDER"


FOR DETAILED INFORMATION,
SCHEDULES, RESE RVATIONS,
VQUR NEAREST TICKET A
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RATES,
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HOLEPROOF HOSIERY


We Sell It Under This
GUARANTEE


We guarantee that these six pairs of
Holeproef sox or stockings will need
no darning for six months. If they
should, we agree to replace them by
new one, upon eslrender of the pur.
ohas 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 in made with the dis.
tinct understanding that all the hose
in each box must be worn by one per.
son only. Therefore each lot must con.
siat of one size.
REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE


Furnishing Coods,
Trunks and Bags.


Fear Clothing Co.


Palatka, Fla.


Phone 9i.


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mmou forfreighbt equp.


dst t look with snspUioa en
Rtb iaa' nezxation of I1prnla and

* Turkish Ministers are pleased at
IRutsel determined opposition to
'Austria's aims.
Rear-Admiral Rmory landed at
Amoy and called on the imperial Chl.
aese commissioners.
Le* De Forest, the wirelp.s expert,
said wireless telephones were proving
a* Access on two British warships.
feary Farmen covered twenty
miles in twenty minutes in his Rero-
Vlane, 'flying from Mournielon to
helms.
At the dispersal of the McGrath-
fana Stud of horses, the property of
of Milton Young, 46S head realized
$81,285.
Naval officers at Newport ex-
pressed the opinion that the Etranded
cruiser Yankee would be saved by
John Arbuckle's plan.
Many expressions of public opinion
In favor of the anti-noise ordinances
were received In New York City by
the Committee on Laws and Legisla-
tion.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Justice
Issued orders that In future subjects
of foreign powers in Bulgaria should
no longer enjoy the intermediary of
their consuls.
The New York City Board of Edu-
cation postponed action on a resolu-
tion designed to bar teachers and
other employes from taking an active
interest in politics.
Bequests of $150,000 to the Metro-
politan Museum of Art and of $2,-
000,000 to the New York Post Grad-
uate Hospital were made in the will
of Frederic Cooper Hewitt.


SPORTING BREVITIES.
Wheaton was the first Yale man to
kick a goal from the field in a game
in five years.
Pat Powers was re-elec0ted presi-
dent of the EBstern,League at their
annual meeting.
J. D. Lightbody (American) de-
feated A. J. Robertson (English) in a
1500 metre race at Stockholm.
"Pop Warner, the ludlan coach,
said the Penn-Carlkale game was the
hardest fought one that he had ever
seen.
W. K. Vanderbilt wa. invited to
act as rofoer'c at the Savannah race
on Thanksgiving Day, but declined on
the ground of ill health.
Pletri Doraido, of Italy, who made
so gallant a showing iln the Olympic
Mhrathon race recently run in Eng-
land, is coming to America to com-
peto here.
Coach "Hurry Up" Yost. of the
Michigan eleven, has had Terry
Field strung with huge incandescent
lights, and from now onAthe Wolver-
ines will be put through nightly prac-
tice under artificial liahil.
There will be a Cy Young room in
the Now Union Ho.plial belng erect-
ed between Dover Canal, Young's
home. and New Philadelphia. Ohio
and the expinso of equipping the
room will be borne by the famous ball
player.
Five of Pennsylvania's best ball
players are likely to be declared in,
eligible to represent the univ rsity
on the baseball field. Loundri.an.,
Spring, Twitmire. Porte and Schulz
are the players charged with playing
Sprofessional ball.


FOUND.


- m- of the best houses to handle
St ooranges and vegetables.
,m today. They are
B H3WITYT COMPANY,
SSt. altmore, Md
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WV.


t wwok on dtrus fruits, pub
far as we have seen is by
X. 1. Hume, clothboudd,
' It you want to know
i Jirowiag send for *
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JIWE.904& I
JACKSONVILLE. fLA. .

4 Bonus $5t
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R. S. Mooney
Successor to W. C. Snow & Co.


Furniture
UNDERT/AKMR AND
SCINTIFIO*
EMBALMER.
FUNERAl SUPPLIES.
Phone s6. Next door Kennerly.
Lemon Street. Hardware Co.
PALATKA, FLA.

Stock of the "as Mateo rnit O.f
offers one of the very best opportuni-
ties for profitable investment to bi
found in Florida. Write for partkulars
to San Mateo Fruit Co., San Mateo,
Fla.


ORANGES PACKED


WRAPPERS


BEARING


YOUR OWN BRAND


25c to 50c

Extra per Box



The Jersey City


Printing Co.

IS NOW READY TO RECEIVE OR.
DERS for FUTURE DELIVERY. IT'S
CUSTOMERS KNOW THEY WILL


RECEIVE FAIR AND
TREATMENT, INCLUDING


FULL COUNT;


ElST QUALITY PAPER;
GOOD PRINTING;
STRIKING DSIIGN.L


SELL FOR


BEACH & MILLER


Want.


Write'


45,000 need not write. InvstfgtI
NO. About 40 acres, some Um eed w
ber, 13 A, fenced and cultivated. Hous
of about 6 rooms, barn, etc., wihin otue 48-acrs trast, obm of tit beft Ia s
amles of lpostom6co and depot. A bar Mateo for oranges or pecea, 'abot
gala at $800.00. Terms ia d.sirod. 20 acres cleared, fences not Ia best of
- *shapa, small house and paflag 8beo .


No. a. I0 acres, house, bar, et,
IT A. Cleared, fine farm land, 3 1-2
miles from postoMce. Good location
tor any one wanting to raise cattle
Wf sheep. Houte two stories, 16x30,
with ., two stories, l1ix22. Pricv
$2,500.


No. 4. 3,600 acres, river 3 sides, R.
I. one side, fence 1 mile. Would fn.e:o
Hk A1 For cattle ranch, coildD't be
best Has 2 million feet pine, 1 1-2
million cypress, 6 million feet of ash,
Sum, hickory, maple, magnolia, etc.
Good wharf, 8-room house und' farm
About 60 A. Under fence. The prce.
$6.00 an acre. If you mean b-asiness
come and see this.
I 4
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
ing room and large living room, about
two acres land recently set out in or-
ang3 trees, nicely situated in center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
or sale. Photo.
Stock for sale in a stock company
that is growing oranges and grape-
fruit. Started business five years
ago .and from 2 per cent paid the 1st
year the stock paid 10 per cent the
4th year. Shares are 6t00 each. Send
for booklet.

No. 15. Pineapple lands in Dade
county, on railroad. 6 Acre lots, $0
per acre. If you want pineapple land
or a pinery already in bearing, write

41. A pretty little grove with fl00
location for house on river bank,
$8,000. About 500 boxes fruit this
season Wharf on the property and
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


No. 29-4,00 actes Ilan sultabl to.
cattle ranch; some of thie tCost
den land, small orange grove, fio0
wells of pure water, fronting on t
Johns river with Florida l- a st
rMilway running through the propeotr.
Ask the price.

Do you want an interest in bearinXg
ranio grove? No better investment
Ia Florida. Write for partloulart, *
timate of profits, expenses, etc.
-. I


No. 109. 20-room house. Cost over
$,500.00 to build. 25 'acres *kOd.
1,500 peach t:ees just planted. 304
young orange trees. Barn new roof
last year. Nice location; shelled
street and sidewalk on front. Price.
$8,600.00. A good opening for some
one to ma&cc expenses by taking
boarders while fruit trees are coming
into bearing. Easy tTms. Photo.
Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see
What we have to offer. It costs less
than to go farther south and then come
back.

No. 15. Building lote, 0ale 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 dowo in
December for his health, bought 10
aca~es 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 tb
sell.


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If You Want a Home In Plorida, Come to San Mate
andbte what We Have to Offer. You Will
flake a mistake If You Don't.


Real Estate


Agency,


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THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.

Steamer "CRESCENT."


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Tumeedays. Thursday sad Saturdays

Leave Joaksonville . 8: 0am
e1ave Oreen Cove Springs. 10:10am
Lave Palatha . .* . 8:00pm
eve Saa Mateo . . 8$:0pm
Arrive COresoent City 1:OOpm
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Moudayi& Weduesdays sand 1'Idws,

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Laiii $smKau* 0 0 % 00
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Always Pay

4qThey pay for there
Some, for preserving
for canning, for local
, and distant markets if j


in season.
h.mam -should have some. qWe have the right
MeUti, M de right trees They Growl They Beart
amre Griffings Qality They are Coodi They
are RUE to NAME Ca of PEACHES and
other Fruit. Nut and Ornamen Trees free.

The riffi Bro Co., Jacksonville, Fla.



SPECIAL OFFER FREE
~ AVE YOUR COUPONS AND GET ONE
. O, OF THESE HANDSOME WATCHES FREE


KING ALFONSO OF SPAIN AND H IS LI.TLI: UUN, V','O) IS NOVW OVER
A YE.A. ()OLI).


GOLD FILLED--GUARANTEED
10 YEARS, 7 JEWELS
STEM WIND'AND SET
FOR 200 COUPONS


EXPRESS PREPAID
BOTTLED WHISKEY


Price for 4 Qt. Bottles


One~tar Rye.. *.... 0of


..$2 50


Two Star Rye .. .. *. .. 3 00


Three Star Rye .. ....


1twua46sir Rye ..8*.


irY* Star Rye .. .. ..
norsythe Square Rye .. ..


Old Mountain Corn ....


Sugar Valley Corn .... ..
Harris Levy & Co. *.. *......


Duval Club Rye .. .. ....


* White Oak Tenn. ....
aMittes Grand Old Malt
Magol ia Gin .. .. ..
One Star Gin .. ...


.. ..8 350


4 20


.. 5 00
.. 3 40


.. .. 250


3 80


.. 3 80


.. .. 4 00
.. .. 3
.. .. 400
.. .. 2 2


Two tarGin .. .... .. ..


Three Star Gin .. *..


2 75


so .. 320


IPter Star Gin .. .... . 3 60
l tatr Gl .. .. .. .. .. .. 400


EXTRA THIN
SILVER FINISH FULLY
GUARANTEED, 7 JEWEL
MOVEMENT. STEM
WIND AND SET
FOR 150 COUPONS


EXPRESS COLLECT.
BULK 'GOODS.
One Gallon Jug
Ashmore Rye, per gal. .. .. .$.1 50
Chandon Rye, per gal. .. .. .. 2 00
Quapaw Club, per gal. .. .. 2 50
Raymond Rye, per gal. .. .. 3 00
Forsythe Square, per gal. .. .. 3 50
Duval Club, per gak .. .. 4 00
Old Mountain Corn .. .. .. 2 00
Kiowa Corn, per gal. .. .. .. 2 50
Sugar Valley Corn, per gal. .. 3 00
Canton Maryland Rye, 2 stamp-
ed straight 5 years old.... 3 50
Silver Stream Bourbon 2
stamped straight 5 years
old .... .... .... .... .... 3 50
Iron Chancellor Rye 2 stamp-
ed straight 7 years old.... 4 00
F. G. Walker Rye 2 stamped
Wttalght 9 years old ...... 5 00
Pe&ch and Honey, Rock and
R/e, Blackberry .... 1 50 to 2 50
Port. Sherry, Catawba, Musca.
tell Wines ........1 50 to 4 OC
,Peach, Apple, Apricot, Banvpa
Brandy from ........2 00 to I tI
Magnolia Gin. '1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
Stars .... ..... ......1 75 tp 3 25
Murray Hill Whiskey. 4 quarts
delivered .... .... .... .... 6 00


.W WfrILL SEND YOU FREE WITH YOUR ORDER A HANDSOME MET-
AL OOMSINATION CORK SCREW, CAN-OPENER, WIRE-CUTTER AND
APmRIEMOVER IF YOU. JUST MENTION IT IN YOUR ORDER.


Tis Levy & Co.

STAR MAIL ORORI HOUSO


pemyywi VS TRET


.I JAoKGONVI, rFLORINI


Improved Twin ('alipl.rs.
The calipers are ndispin..;alble im-
plements to the workment iiin maclhin
shops and other similar c.stal)li:-ih-
ments where precision is required hi
the manufacture of mac11hin1ery, 11and141
the additional advantages of the' twit
calipers were recognized long silt'e.
These have usually taken the f imi
of the four curved arms working on
a single pivot, each pair or amis re-
ferring to a separate portion of thlie


Twin Caliper lini iovein*t.
work In hand. In Iuany i. -tainc.s,
while in us1 thu difference btwi the ends of each puar (of poinltti.s may
be so slight Us to lead to su,(il*' <)n-
fusion and errors on tIhe part, of the
workman inakirg us( <;f the wron,
end of the instruime'nt. This po-, ilil-
Ity of error Is eliminaIt(dl Ini a ti, w
implement which has Ien r, ..: t ly
patented .and which li shown in th
accompanying cut. 'lThe t .iie ihnstri -
ment Is about twenty-two lin'che Iin
length. One pair of uris has at c:t-
pacity of twelve Inch's antd ithe ot her"
six loches and the difference In heo
length of the arms l)prevents (contUson
where there is but a slight variation
oL- the diameters registered by thu
lIstrument.-Washington Star.

0oad0ematlon cures nothing.


('osiaaopublitusan (K(umd.
Of 1-0 ~4,%eavs Ox Im'd hats become
morne ('o.mmIaleyetalt ; the. advent of the
hit J1I 11"s tlt'mauach to
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.... Eliminating the Unfit. 4
' It was a score of years ago that
W. J. Conners, now chairman of the
New York Democratic State Commit-
tee, secured his first great freight
handling contract, and when the work
was ready to start he appeared on
the Ohio street dock at Buffalo and
called 1,000 burly 'Pdock wallopers" to
order.
"Now," roared Conners, "yez are to
worruk for me., and I want very ma
here to understand what's what. I
kin lick anny man in the gang."
Nine hundred and ninety-nine swal-
lowed the insult, but one huge, double-
lsted warrior moved uneasily and,
stepping from the line, he said:
""You can't lick me, Jir.. Conners.
"I can't, can't I?" bellowed Fingy.
"No, ye can't," was the response.
S"Oh, well; thin ge to the offcee and
git your money," said Fingy. "I'll have
oo man In me gang that I can't lick."
-Success.


. -- "Hot For Grandma."
The little girl was very fond of
pleasant days and at the close -of a
heavy rainstorm petitioned in her
prayer for fine weather, when. the
sest morning, the sun shone bright
sad clear she became Jubilant and
I her prayer to her grandmother,
Bh said: "Well, tr, why can't
f tteslght that it may be warm-
w,o greadma's rheuma.
b betterT" .
I will." was the quick
sad Wat night as she knelt
0 Lord, ,gi*e make it

plo t et".IM sub
wIted states has
I Ma year nSe-st


oIftmw


the metresistsa *
S matter of course
led the proeselo0 of
.* ewr was never a conspicuous
Bl dl a e preacher and pastor oemn-
WIA ,"slad one of the mei "He
Nade the preaching end of the work
his chief concern. and left the flock
to be pastorised by his assistants.
*"Bt once In a while he would de-
cide that he owed it to his parishlon-
era to make a round of cjls. He
himself told me the following story
of an Incident which hid occurred on
one of these expeditions.
"He had made out a list of names,
bad got the ndidresses from the
church directory-perhaps an okl one
-and was taking them In 4heir most
convenient order. This brought him
to a house in which, according to his
list, lived a Mrs B--.
"It was a very modcs.t house, and
when Mr. Beecher rang the bell he
had to wait some time for a response.
When this did, come It was a very
Irritated one In the person of a wo-
man, who was evidently just from
1he washtub.
"'Is Mrs. 1-- In?' anked, Mr.
Beecher In his best manner.
"'Don't live hrre!' snapped the wo-
man, and slammed the door In his
fao.
Mr. lepcher waited quietly on the
doorstep untl; the woman had cer-
talnly haid time to go back to the
basomcn, an-l to resume her wash-
ing. Then he rang the bell again.
After a whi'e the door was again
opened by tho sudsy female.
"'Who said Ahe did!' exclaimed
Beecher, and went down the steps
and off up the street.
"'And I'm Inclined to think,' he
chuckled as he told the story, 'that
woman will treat a civil question bet-
ter the next time she meets ono.' "-
New York Sun.


turned the Ice water, and during the
oefusion he drifted from the ebjeet.
-Kansas City Journal.


Yield of an Indiana money Tree.
The.ntIrat"be tre" found in a is
part of the "s tate or my. Yom wa
dUscevred ve04av seMl &M mb~l
Aames Udmm~nf&A..S Tern Kat
asum. wbe, wft W hwabblagu n,
Seetell dews t60 Vehesh U.
MAu w attieg bSo t"e i "d
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Inbabitbats did not knew ,o W.
Ther6 have been thaes In tie .*orid's
history when this disease raved the
entire civilleed globe, as .when, fn
1834 4. D., It swept from Chin.a to
Norway, having lb its wake more
than twenty-fve million victims. Read.
ers of Danie Defoe will recall his
vtvid description of the awful scenes
in London when England was ia Waged
by the Black Death. Crelighton in
his history tells of the deaths of 70,-
.00 people in London In the summer
of 1665. Benvenuto CeJinil suffered
from the plague, and his accurate de-
scription of his experience with the
disease from Its earliest symptoms un-
til his complete recovery is not the
least interesting of the writings 'of
that remarkable man.
Even In our own times the plague
has claimed its toll of myriads of
lives. Since 1891 bubonic plague has
carried off four hundred thousand peo-
ple annually in India alone. It is a
curious fact that the connection be-
Stween the plague and the rat has been
known from the dawn of history. In
some of the most ancient Egyptian
hieroglyphics we find the rat display-
ed as -the symbol of the -plague. It
was not, however, until within re-
cent years that science identified the
plague germ, a short cocco bacillus
of oval rod shape. The bacillus was
discovered by Kitasato and Yersin
during the Hong-kong outbreak of
1891.-Harper's Weekly.
Deafness From Bathing.
"When the warm weather heats your
blood and you long to hie to the
cooling seaside and plunge boldly Into
the .briny, pause, hesitate, consider,"
pays an eminent nose and ear special-
ist. "Obarve the numbers of bathers
who during the season evince a sud-
den deafness, which often lingers for
weeks at a time and sometimes be-
*comes a permanent trouble.
"To avoid this do two things. Re-
member the ancient instruction o
wet the top of the head first, and
never allow any cold water to perco-
late to the drum of the ear. Many
people do not know that the sudden
application of cold to the back of
the ear will cause the delicate me-
chanism to expand sharply under the
rush of blood to escape. This i1 al-
ways followed by partial deafness,.
which sometimes becomes a serious
matter. Another thing to watch is
the shampoo. The same danger lies
here if the hairdresser is either un*
skilled or careless. In rinsing the hair
the spray should first he applied to
the top of the head and gradually
brought down to the nape of the eck,
thus obviating the trouble."-Phlldel.
phia Record.
Drifting From the Subject
Do<"a in Missouri Judge Wallace
was addressing a meeting of Prohi-
bitionists in one of the prohibitionist
hotbeds of the State. "Yes, friends,"
he sdid, "if I am elected Governer of
Missouri I'll keep this State dry when
and where the law says it shall be
dry! There will be no halfway"--
"Hold on," cried a man in the
crowd. "Anybody can keep St. Louis
dry!"
Just then the Judge purposely over-


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Silks, Dress Goods


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A beautiful line of


Deparhtnent


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Wool


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Our tailor made skirts are wonders,

Fine Voile Skirts at $4.90 up; worth
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Fine Tailored
$50.00.


Suits


from $13.50 to


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to $39-50; worth considerably more.


SPECIALS:. IN


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e O the metreaio pal-
sb f matter of coure oewry
, rtoher led the proceseloi of
tMeAer was never a conspicuous
*ej e of a preacher and pastor om-
bled," 'sad one of the me0. "He
S made the preaching end of the work
this chief concern. and left the fock
to be past~rlsed by his assistants.
'*ut once in a while he would de-
iede that he owed it to his parishion-
orn to make a round of cjls. HeO
himself told me the following story
of an Incident which had occurred on
one of these expeditions.
"He had made out a list of names,
had got the addresses from the
church directory-perhaps an oWl one
--and was taking them in 4heir most
convenient order. This brought him
to a house in which, according to his
list, lived a Mrs B-.
"It was a very modest house, and
when Mr. Beecher rang the bell he
had to wait some time for a response.
When this did, come it was a very
irritated one In the person of a wo-
man, who was evidently just from
1he washtub.
"'Is Mrs. ---- In?' nako Mr.
Beecher In his best manner.
'Don't live hrre!' snapped the wo-
man, and slammed the door in his
face..
Mr. Beecher waited quietly on the
doorstrop untli the woman had cer-
tainly had tIme to go back to the
basemen, and to resume her wash-
ing. Then he rang the bell again.
After a whl!e the door was again
opened by the sudsy female.
"'Who said the did!' exclaimed
Beecher, and went down the steps
and off up the street.
"'And I'm Inclined to think,' he
chuckled as he told the story, 'that
woman will treat a 0ivil question bet-
ter the nex) time she meets one.'"-
Mew York Sun.


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Eliminating the Un t. '
It was a score of years ago that
W. J. Conners, now chairman of the
New York Democratic State Commit-
tee, secured hia first great freight
handling contract, and when the work
was ready to start he appeared on
the Ohio street dock at Buffalo and
called 1,000 burly 'dock wallopers" to
order.
"Now," roareJ Conners, "yez are to
worruk for me. and I want Ivery ma,
here to understand what's what. I
kin lick anny man in the gang."
Nine hundred and ninety-nine swal-
lowed the insult, but one huge, double-
flated warrior moved uneasily and,
stepping from the line, he said:
'"You can't lick me. Jir.. Conners.
"I can't, can't 1?" bellowed Fingy.
"No, ye can't," was the response.
S"Oh. well; thin geto the office and
git your money," said Fingy. "I'll have
'o man in me gang that I can't lick."
-Success.
es
."-- "Hot For Grandma."
The little girl was very fond of
pleasant days and at the close .of a
heavy rainstorm petitioned in her
prayer for flne weather, when, the
aext morning, the sun shone bright
gad clear she became Jubilant and
Wa her prayer to her grandmother.
who' said:- "Well, d&ar, why can't
,9W04 tonight that it may be warm-
omoeromw, so grandma's rheuma-
will b better? .
,? r.ight. I will," 1as the quick
SMad hat naibt a ahe knelt
Oj0 Lord, lueas ake it

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tay bas s
Ir.habithatu did d t W
Therb have been titamen to *v0rlWe's
history when this diseae rmvas the
entire civilized globe, as whb n,
1334 A. D., it swept from Chlna to
Norway, Maving 4 its wake more
than twenty-S4v million victims. Read.
ers of Daniel, Aefoe will recall hHl
vtvivid description of the awful eefta
In Iondon when England was. ravaed
by the Black Death. Creighton In
his history tells of the deaths of 70,-
COO people in London in the summer
of 1065. Benvenuto Cellini suffered
from the plague, and his accurate de-
scription of his experience with the
disease from its earliest symptoms un-
til his complete recovery is not the
least interesting of the writings 'of
that remarkable man.
Even in our own times the plague
has claimed its toll of myriads of
lives. Since 1896 bubonic plague has
carried off four hundred thousand peo-
ple annually in India alone. It is a
curious fact that the connection be.
t ween the plague and the rat has been
known from the dawn of history. In
some of the most ancient Egyptian
bhieroglyphics we find the rat display-
ed as-the symbol of the -plague. It
was not, however, until within re-
cent years that science identified the
plague germ, a short cocco bacillus
of oval rod shape. The bacillus was
discovered by Kitasato and Yersin
during the Hong-kong outbreak of
1891.-Harper's Weekly.


Deafness From Bathing.
"When the warm weather heats your
blood and you long to hie to the
cooling seaside and plunge boldly Into
tho -briny, pause, hesitate, consider,"
pays an eminent nose and ear special*
tat. "Obarve the numbers of bathers
who during the season evince a sud-
den deafness, which often lingers for
weeks at a time and sometimes be-
*comes a permanent trouble.
"To avoid this do two things. Re-
member the ancient instruction
wet the top of the head first, add
never allow any cold water to peroo-
late to the drum of the ear. Many
people do not know that the sudden
application of cold to the back of
the ear will cause the delicate me-
chanism to expand sharply under the
rush of blood to escape. This Is al-
ways followed by partial deafness.
which sometimes becomes a serious
matter. Another thing to watch is
the shampoo. The same danger lies
here if the hairdresser la either un-
skilled or careless. In rinsing the hair
the spray should first he applied to
the too of the head and gradually
brought down (o the nape of the Beck,
thus obviating the trouble."-Phildel.
phia Record.
a.
Drifting From the Subject.
Dorn in Missouri Judge W a ae
was addressing a meeting of Prohi-
bitionists in one of the prohibitionast
hotbeds of the State. "Yes, friends,"
he slid. "If I am elected Governor of
Missouri I'll keep this State dry whea
and where the law says it shall be
dry! There will be no halfway"--
"Hold on," cried a man in the
crowd. "Anybody can keep St. Louis
dry !"
Just theu the Judge purposely over-
turned the ieo water, and during the
oesfuslon he drifted from the emblet.
-*Kansas City Journal.
Yield of an Indiana Honey Tree.
The ant 'bee tree" tound la tais
part of thi ato for a-vayyeao wm s
dioovered yeateray sea Moms by
same from.e 4 T0ra uste4
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