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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 19, 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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SAN MATEO, FLA., DEC. 19, 908. P blished Wakly,$1.00 a Iu.


FOR CHRISTMAS.


Local Weather Report.


TFAMYmPKATIJRE:


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Mrs. M. W. Crosby is visiting Mrs.
M. L. Howard in Jacksonville.

Mr. B. F. Dotney is driving a fine
new horse purchased in Palatka.

Mr. F. N. Marvick and son were
here recently greeting old friends.

Mr. Allen Holton will present
"David htarrick" in Crescent City
next Tuesday night.

Harold Hills arrived from Lowell
Mass., this week and will spend the
winter in San Mateo once more.

Get your Sunday School Xmas
tree presents at Rowton's, Palatka;
10% discount to all Sunday Schools.
12211
Photographer Staley, of Palaka,
has purchased the launch "Carita"
of J. A. Crosby and is having same
overhauled.

Mrs. H. J. Ritchie and son George,
and Mr. Moncure, of 8t. Augustiue,
spent a couple days at Capt. Lyle's
the past week.

Dr. B. J. Banker and wife, of Fort
Edward, N. Y., are expected today
" and will spend some time with their
sou Dr. E. E. Banker.

Miss Louise Uowen will spend the
Christmas Holidays with her parents
in Crescent City. Miss-Louise is at-
tending school in Boston.

Toy Express Wagons, all sizes,
lowest prices at Rowton's, Palatka.
IS-t
Wtulln Calhoun, Ralph and Albert
PhltiMps, Albert Marvick, of Palatka,
O eateratlaed at the home of MIU
Addle Baley last Sunday.

Taking la tUhe a JAres. eJreus last
MondayI ee Mm. Carrigiton and
at isee eobidr*e, Aldea and Ralph
Mr. MeDas e and fnauly
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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 aqd Satsulinas,
with Kumquats on the leaf on top.
Each variety in a different wrapper
with a card distinguishing them. It
makes*the nicest box of fruit ship-
ped out of Florida. The price in $5.00).
We want your Christmas orders, and
can supply any variety of Oranges
or Grapefruit from $2.00 to $5.00 paper
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 MATRO FRUIT Co., San Mateo,
Florida.

Mrs. Hoag from Quaker Street, N.
Y., arrived Monday evening and
will spend the winter with her sister
Mrs. J. S. Rowley, and other rela-
tives.
Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods, Fire-
works, at Rowton's, Palatka. 12-2t

The Engineers from the U. S. War
Department hold a meeting at Palat-
ka on the 21st regarding the location
of the county bridge to be built
across the river.

B. T. Solana, our prosperous butch-
er, has recently purchased a lot of
Mrs. J. A. Crosby nearly opposite
the freight depot and will at once
begin the erection of an up-to-date
little meat market.

Firecrackers, Fireworks, whole-
sale and retail, Rowton's Palatka.
12 2t
Mr. Chas. Stockwell is preparing
to make some improvements to fils
newly purchased home by adding
a bath room, papering, etc. He Iis
also clearing up the wood lot be-
tween his house and the depot which
makes a decided Improvement.

Special fares, account the Christ-
mas Holidays, will be in effect com-
mencing December 18th, 1908, and
tickets may be purchased at coupon
ticket offices to all points south of
thd Ohio and Potomac Rivers and
east of the Mississipi River, Includ-
ing Washington. D. C., Cairo, Ill-
inois, Evansville, andlana, and Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, on December 18, 19, U
4, 80, I1, 1908, and January 1,
1909, limited to leave destination not
late than midnight of January Oth
lSO. Full InformaMon aay be ob-.
aed from any agent of the Florda
Rastiosata Dyr.


Last Call.
If you want to send your friends a
nice box of fruit for Christmas, order
quick of the San Mateo Fruit Co.
They make a specialty of Xmasnbox-
es and are sending their now all over
the UI. 8.

Most of the big orange packers in
Crescent City will finish up and
close their packing houses for the
season by the middle of next week.

Mrs. Myron L. Howard, of Jack-
sonville, and Mrs. Stone, ot Boston,
Mass., arrived at the BI'rlyai last
Sunday where they will spend some
time.
Among the visitors to Palatka this
week were Mrs. Chester, Mrs. Beau-
chain, Mrs. H. B. Bailey, Mrs. Gray,
Capt. Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. Northrop,
Mr. and Mrs. Stockwell, C. A. Bailey
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Crough,
Mr. Dotney, Miss Baron, Miss HIood,
Miss Swan, G. W. Lyle, Miss Lyle.

Capt. McNabb with the yacht
"Doozie," of Palatka took a run over
here Tuesday. Some very material
changes have been made In this
beautiful yacht the past summer.
Tile engines have been changed from
steami to gasoline and sihe niow has
two of the finest 60 Ii. p. engines
mnadc. She made thle run from Jack-
sonville to Palatka in four and three
qua: ters hours. Her owner, Mr. I. L.
Ellwood, was recently called to D)e-
Kalb, Ills., by tile death of a rela-
tive.

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


IN CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM
COUNTY.-In Chancery.
James C. V. Bailey j
vs. ill for Divorce.
Clara iurley Bailey
F APPEARING BY AFFIDAVIT API'PKND-
et!d to the bill filed in the above stated cause
tslat Clara Hurley Bailey tih defendant there-
'n named i a non-remldent of the State of Flor-
lila, and ishe isa resident of tlihe ir of Chicago,
inll the State (of Illinois. County of (ook. and re-
hldele at 6s4 Washington ii oulvard in said City,
aild mie* in over the ageof twenty-one yoars, and
liat tbere 1i no perw4bn in the Stite of Florida.
upon whom the Pervie' (ofn Slbpona would bind
Mieh Defenlant; it in therefir~ ordered that
said non -residelnt Defenldnnt Ie and is hereby
required to appear to the Hill of Compllaint
ill#-il in sail (aume' tn or before Monday, tie
FIRST DAY (Or FEBRUARY, A. 1). 19W.
iotherwiie the allegations of said bill will be
taken as confessed by said l Mfendant.
It is further ordered that this OIrder be pub-
on(e a wee4k for 4 c-nse-eutIie week.mIn the San
Mati'o Item a newspaper published In tald
County alid State.
Witness my hand and official Seal thi4. the
leil el ay'of sDeceml-r, WI9(N.
[1-. AL L .JOSK'i'l PRICE.
Clerk Circuit Court.


K. N. CALII('N Kij..
Solicitor for Complainant.


Ladies' Desks Free.

Twenty-Five Handsome )DESKS
will be given some of our customers
this month. Let us tell you about
it. New catalogue now ready. Yours
for the asking. Buy your Chairs di-
rect from the factory and save
money. Rockers make the best
Christmas presents you can get.
Write to-day.
FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY,
Jacksonville, Florida.

Notice.
The public is invited to attend a
Grand Concert and Xmas Tree on
Friday Night, December 26, 1 H0, at
Second Mt. Tabor Baptist church
(colored) San Mateo, Fla. Come one
and all. Don't miss the fine exer-
cises and drills; come laugh and
grow fat. Admission free.


Smith HOME-MADE CANDY

Smith S All Kinds.


CHOCOLATES, BON-BONS, KISSES,

BUTTEMIOUP, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.


ICE CREAM PARLOR.


Hot and Cold Drinks.


Fancy Boxes for Xmas Presents.


Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Also carry full line of
HUYLER'S CANDIES.


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Local Weather Report.


TFmPIRATL am:


Dec. 11,-
12.- "
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45.
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.... 74.


Mrs. M. W. Crosby is visiting Mrs.
M. L. Howard In Jacksonville.

Mr. B. F. Dotney is driving a fine
new horse purchased in Palatka.

Mr. F. N. Marvick and son were
here recently greeting old friends.

Mr. Allen Holton will present
"David Warrick" in Crescent City
next Tuesday night.

Harold Hills arrived from Lowell
Mass., this week and will spend the
winter in San Mateo once more.

Get your Sunday School Xmas
tree presents at Rowton's, Palatka;
90% discount to at Sunday Schools.
12 2
Photographer Staley, of Palaka,
has purchased the launch "Carita"
of J. A. Crosby and is having same
overhauled.

Mrs. H. J. Bitchie and son George,
and Mr. Moncure, of St. Augustine,
spent a couple days at Capt. Lyle's
the past week.

Dr. S. J. Banker and wife, of Fort
Edward, N. Y., are expected today
4 and will spend some time with their
son Dr. E. E. Banker.

Miss Louise Uowen will spend the
Christmas Holidays with her parents
In Crescent City. Miss-Louise is at-
tending school in Boston.

Toy Express Wagons, all sizes,
lowest prices at Rowton's, Palatka.
12-St
Julian Calhoun, Ralph and Albert
PblWps, Albert Marvick, of Palatka,
wve eatertalnaed at the home of MiAs
Addle Balley last Sunday.

Taking In the Ban JBs. elreua last
S. Monday were Mrs. OQurialftn and
and bm e hldrea, Alden and Ralph
SMr. MeDnft and fiabm l
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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 aqd Satsuinas,
with Kumquats on the leaf on top.
Each variety in a different wrapper
with a card distinguishing them. It
makes*the nicest box of fruit ship-
ped out of Florida. The price is $5.00.
We want your Christmas orders, and
can supply any variety of Oranges
or Grapefruit from $2.00 to $5.00 per
box. Can prepay freight or express
to any point and have special ar-
rangeinents on single boxes to points
near New York or Boston. Write
SAN MIATmO FRUIT Co., Sani Mateo,
Florida.

Mrs. Hoag from Quaker Street, N.
Y., arrived Monday evening and
will spend the winter with her sister
Mrs. J. S. Rowley, and other rela-
tives.
Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods, Fire-
works, at Iowton's, Palatka. 12-2t

The Engineers from the U. S. War
Department hold a meeting at Palat-
ka on the 21st regarding the location
of the county bridge to be built
across the river.

B. T. Solana, our prosperous butch-
er, has recently purchased a lot of
Mrs. J. A. Crosby nearly opposite
the freight depot and will at once
begin the erection of an up-to-date
little meat market.

Firecrackers, Fireworks, whole-
sale and retail, Rowton's Palatka.
12 2t
Mr. Chas. Stockwell is preparing
to make some improvements to his
newly purchased home by adding
a bath room, papering, etc. He% is
also clearing up the wood lot be-
tween his house and the depot which
makes a decided Improvement.

Special fares, account the Christ-
mas Holidays, will be In effect com-.
mencing December 18th, 1908, and
tickets may be purchased at coupon
ticket omces to all points south of
thd Ohio and Potomac Rivers and
east of the Mississipi River, includ-
lag Washington, D. C., Cairo, Ill-
Inois, Evansville, Indiana, and Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, on December 18, 19, 9S
4, 26, 80, 1, 19M0, and January 1,
1900, limited to leave destination not
lat@6 than midnight of January 6th
1t9. Full InformaNon may be ob-.
amed from any agent of the Florida
latsS ftas Ny.


Last Call.
If you want to send your friends a
nice box of fruit for Christmas, order
quick of the San Mateo Fruit ('o.
They make a specialty of Xmas box-
es anid are sending them now all over
the U. S.

Most of the big orange packers inr
Crescent City will finish up and
closhi their )packing houses for the
Season by the middle of next week.

Mrs. Myron L. Howard, of Jack-
sonville, and Mrs. Stone, ot Boston,
Mass., arrived at the Byrlyn last
Sunday where they will spend Somile
time.
Among the visitern to Palatka this
week were Mrs. Chester, Mrs. Beau-
chain, Mrs. H. B. Hallev, Mrs. Gray,
Capt. Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. Northrop,
Mr. and Mrs. Stockwell, C. A. Bailey
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Crough,
Mr. Dotney, Miss Baron, Miss Hood,
Miss Swan, G. W. Lyle, Miss Lvle.

Capt. McNabb with the yacht
"Doozie," of Palatka took a run over
here Tuesday. Some very material
changes have been made in this
beautiful yacht the past summer.
The engines have been changed from
steamn to gasolene and she now has
two of the finest 60 h. p. engine
msad(. She made the run from Jack-
sonville to Palatka in four and three
qua: terms hours. Her owner, Mr. I. L.
Ellwood, was recently called to De-
Kalb, Ills., by the death of a rela-
tive.

Order your Wagonas, Carriages.
Fencing, Farm Machinery, etc., of
Florida Purchasing Ag'ey, P'ahatka.
and save 10 to 2)%. 46 in. fencing
29e at Palatka. Write for partic-
ulars. Agent Cyphers Incubators
and supplies.


I IN CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM
COUNTY.-In Chancery.
James C. V. Bailey )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Clara lurley Bailey )
API'PEARING BY AFFIDAVIT APi'KND-
ed to the bill filed in the abov< stated cause
that Clara Hurley Bailey the defendant there-
in named i a non-resident of the mSate of Flor-
ida. and she ipas residentof the City of Chicago.
in the state of Illinois, County of Cook, and re-
hidet at 624 Washington Boulevard in said City,
ands hel. i over the ageof twenty-oneyears, and
that there ip no person In te stAte of Flrorida.
upon whom the service of n hubipna would bind
iuch ihfenldant; it ti therefore ordered that
n4ihl non -retident Defendant lI and is hereby
required to appear to the Bill of Complaint
luied in sail causm* t'n or before Monday, the
FIIST DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. !). 1109.
otherwise the allegations of said hill will be
taken sm confessed by said IDefendant.
It is further ordered that thins )rder be pub-
once a week for 4 cn.secrutive week,.in the san
Mateo Item a newspaper publiihied In said
County and State.
Witne m nv hand and offmelal Seal this. the
lith day'of I eremlnr, 1 aW).
[1I.A. ] JOSIPI' I'RICK.
Clerk Circuit Court.


K. N. CALHIIIN FAsl.,
Solicitor for Complainant.


Ladies' Desks Free.

Twenty-Five Handsome I)DESKS
will be given some of our customers
this month. Let us tell you about
it. New catalogue now ready. Yours
for the asking. Buy your Chairs di-
rect from the factory and have
Ilmoniey. Rockers make the best
Christinas presents you can get.
Write to-day.
FLORIDA CHAIt FACTORY,
Jacksonville, Florida.

Notice.
The public is Invited to attend a
Grand Concert and Xmas Tree on
Friday Night, December 26, 1908, at
Second Mt. Tabor Baptist church
(colored) San Mateo, Fla. Come one
and all. Don't miss the fine exer-
vises and drills; come laugh and
Irow fat. Admissions free.


Smih HOME-MADE CANDY

Smith S All Kinds.


CHOGOLATES, BON-BONS, KISSES,

BUTTEROUPS, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.


ICE CREAM PARLOR.


Hot and Cold Drinks.


Fancy Boxes for Xmas Presents.


Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Also carry full line of
HUYLER'S CANDIES.


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vOXOE OF APPLICATION FOR
', TAX DEED.
otlee is hbereby given that J. H.
e' bton purobaser of Tax Certif-
10 0No. 1, dated the 6th day of
SAefdi!t, 1906, bas filed said certificate
N yi offlge, and has made applica-
V" ton for tax deed to Issue In accord-
mso with law. Said certlflcate em-
; aer the following described prop.
S y dItuated In Putnam County,
SFlorda, to-wit:
8% of Block 94, Palatka.
The said land being assessed at
the date of the issuance of ruch cer-
tflcate in the name of Calvin Gillis.
Unions said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
S. will Issue thereon on the 28th day of
- Decewber, A. D. 1908.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 20th day of November,
A. D. 1908. JosEPH PRICo,
[Seal) Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County. Florida.
By R. RAYMOND PRICK. D. C. n21


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that R. H.
Brownlng, purchaser of Tax Certif-
icate No. 20, dated 8d day of April,
A. D., 1898, has filed said certificate
in my omate, and hasn Imado 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:
Nwj of nw4, Section 32, Town-
ship 8, Range 25--4 Acres.
The said laid Ibeing aNmessed at
the date of issuance of such certif-
icat.e in the name of Newillmn.
Tnh'les said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law. tax de'ed
will issue thereon on the 2 December. A. I)., lt s.
Witness imy official sigiiatur,. and
seal this the 20thi day of Niovember,
A. I)., IMd$. Jos:-'1H PRIC,:.
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court.
PIutinam C'ounty, Floridla.
By Jos. Price, Jr.. I). U. nou21


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.


Notice is hereby given that It. If. Notice ip hereby given that It. H.
Browning, )purchaser of Tax ('ertif- Browning purchaser of Tax Certifl-
irate No. 876 dated( thetl( day of July cate No. 17, dated the lst day of July
1891, has filed said certiflcatiot in ltiy A. I)., 11h, hais filed sald certificate
office, and lians mde application for in my )gfice, and has made appliica-
tax deed to issue in accordance witl ion for tax deed to Insti in accord-
law. Said certificate ninmlrav'.m the atinc.' with law. Said cerilticate elm-
following (described i)roperty sit- l)races tlm e following described prop-
uated in Putnam Counity, Florida, e'rty situated in Iuttnai county.
to-wit: Florida, to-wit:
Nt of nw4., Section 17, Townshlip | Nw!4 of seo. Section 2. TowIn-Ilip
S, Range 25-S) Acres. 8, tange 2:.,-4< Acrms.
The said land heiingf assesseHd at The' said land b,inlig asmessed at tihe
the' date of issuance of such certif- date of the issuance of mucl ( certili-
cat ill tlie name of U IIknown No. 42. cate in the name of Win. Bryan.
I'nless said certificate shall be, re- Uniless said certificates shall be re-
(hde-ied according to law, tax deed (lemed according to, law, tax deed
will ihSsue thereoPi on tIle 2Stlh day of will issue thiereon on tlhe 2Sth day of
De)embe'n r, A. I)., s190. D1'ecilember A. )., 1908.
Witlie's1 iny t)official sigiltture' andi Witiness ilny official sinllglituilren'nd
iseal this tlhe 2llth day of Nove.il.er, sealt thlis tlih 20th day A. I)., H Nls. Jtos.E'll I'HICe. A. I)., INK. JospII PIu 'E,
tSn.J ('Cl.rk ('Civenit 'oit, [Sna.) C('lerk Circuit Court,
Piltnamin ('lunity. Florida. Puiltnllla County, Florida.
lv Jos. Plri r. Jr., I). i inoel 1ty Jos. I'tIe(K. JR I). C. no21


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR' NOrTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF APPLI',ATION FORl
TAX I)EED). TAX DI)EEI). TAX D)F:).
NoDtice is he-.re-y given thut I. Ii.
Notice is hereby given that R. H. Notive is hereby given that It. 11. irowning purchase.r of Tlx (.*ertifl-
Browning., purchaser of Tax Certif- Browiing. purchaser of Tax Certif- aent- No. S, dated tlhei.-'li day of No-
Icate No. 16, dated 4th day of No- ienate No. 4. dated 2d day of Junie, A. v'iniher. A. I)., I aU.'s, flius l d said
member 189I, has filed said certificate 1). IMt2 iats filed said certificate iIIn my c in my office, and has made applica- office, and has maIle app)li(ation for application for tax d(1eed to isshui inl
tion for tax deed to insue in accord- tax deedi to Issue iIn accordance withi accordance with law. Said certif-
ance with law. Said certificate em- law. Said certificate eia braces tle icaitte emlibiracis the following dv.-
braces the following described prop. following described property situat- scribed property sitluate.d inI Putmanu
erty situated in Putnam County. ed inI Putnam County, Florida4, County, Florida, to-wit:
Florida, to-wit: to-wit: H'4I4 of n'ii. less 2 A in ne, Cor,
Nw ofneo and n oi of sw, of Wig' of ie. and s of swi4, See- Section 21, T'ownshlIp 8, lange 25-
neh, Section I, Township 8, Range tion 21, Township 8, Range 26- I Acres.
21-w Acres. 160 Acres. 'ie said land being aNssessed at
Tbe sala land being assessed at The said land being a.sessed at the date of the issuance of such cer-
the date of Issuanoe of muoh certif- the date of itsuance of such certif- tificateu in the name of It. S. Dicker-
loate la the name of J. W. Tedder. icate in the name of Unknown. Son..
Unless said eartifloate shall be re- Uiless said certificate shall )be re- Unless said certificate shall be. re-
doemed ao rding to law. tax deed dwlened according to law. tax deed deemed according to law, tax deed
ill esue thereon on the Mth day of will issue thereon on the 28th day of will issue thereon on the 28th of 1D.-
Imber, A. D.. 1AJ December, A. D.. 190. cember, A. D., 190M.
Witse my ofclal signature and Witness my ofllal signature and Witties my official signature and
Btl AIet the 0th day of November, seal this thes0 h day of November A. seal this the 20th day of November,
IN. *, JoaPM PaIwo, D., 10NI. Jousai PaIOM, A. D. 1908. JosMiP PtIMK,
a Clerk Cleslt Coo0rt [Seal.) Clerk Circuit Court, [Seal] Clerk Circuit Court,
4 Ptams as Florida. Putnaiu County, Florida. Putnaum County, Florida.
wit*, Jr.,$ so By Joe. Price, Jr., D. C. UnoSI y Jo.. Price, Jr., D. C. nou21


NOTICE(' OF APPLICATION Fil
TAX IEE).
Not ice is I ihreby given t Iat it. II.
Browning, ipurchlaser of 'l'x C ertif-
cutel No. i. dated thi. Ist day if.Inlly
A. I). I10l. haus lil'd said certificate
inI my office, and hlltus )ial. a ipplica-
tion for tax deed tod i issi ill neord-
anl(c with law. aSuid ertificuatt eilln-
brlclies Ith followilig (d.-scribled proip-
erty situated in I'utlmall (County.
Florida. to-wit:
NeL4 of ine, 11, Setion :31, T''ownship
8, Ialge 25- ) AAcres.
The said land I)eidig as se'(Id at the
dlat of tlihe iHsuanincer of si,'h e*eIrtif-
icltt' ill the. n1ai1 1i4,f F. Q. Brown.
I' ilfe.' said ce'rtille'at, .lndU be
retdf.iie d nccordilin to law. tax de4e.d
will is~te, thereon on the1 2hth day of
Decemll r, A. 1). 19tsh.
Witness my official sltiiaturem and
seal this the 2ithi day of November,
A. D., 19M0. JoseI'nI PRI('K
Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam County,
Florida.
By Joi. Price, Jr., D. C.
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AU Our Experience Yours for Asking.

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


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24 Years Experience in Selling Florida Oranges.


Cerrish Brothers
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Commercial St.BOSTON MASS
4 COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Numbers of National IAgum C commission Merchants of U. A f
S tefeeaoe: The Item, 4th Net Bank, Boston.
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WE WANT

Oranges and


Grape Fruit,


Largest car lot handlers in Chicago. Members National League of Com-
mlasaon 'Merchants, the best recommendation a house can have. Write
our Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, about us. Ask any fruit
trade paper about us. Your interest s our ours. Get in touch with good,
Uve people.
M. OEORCE & COMPANY,
NO. Of O0. WATER ST., CHICAGO, ILL


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

ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT
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Sands, Furber 6 Co.,


Losing jewelm I Palatkcaf Fine
&ad lockREPAIR! NCL Worit guaranteed.
W% adBOUVUNIUBO kwelvy &"dIAather Goods


COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FRUITS and PRODUCE
FANEUIL HALL MARKET,


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


BOSTON, MASS.


DAVENPORT,


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Couission Merchants,
SNO. PARK PLACB, NEW YORK. 1
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PHILLIPS & SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Members of National League of Commission Merchants of the United States
FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE OUR SPECIALTY NOW. IMPORT-
ERS AND EXPORTERS.
REFERENCES: Chatham National Bank, N. V.; Aetna National Bank, N.
Y.; Fidelity Trust Co., N. Y. and Commercial Agenoies.
77 WASHINGTON STREET, *. NEW Y@OR6


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Oranges,

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Tangerines,

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Etc., to

RH DEATWYLER&Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
for stencils. stamps; or any inlfor-
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Vegetables in Season.

Geo. B. Long & Co.,
149 Michiran 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.


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Athletic Italy.
Italy Is enjoying a twentieth cen-
tury Renaissance. The Renaissance
of the fourteenth century was a re-
vival of learning and the arts, but
this one has to do with muscle. Ever
since Dorando almost won the Mara-
thon at lOnldon, and actually did re-
ceive a gold cup from the hands of
Queen Alexandra, Italy has been
sport mad. Rome is building a mag,
nifeent stadium to be 'lev'e-l to foot
racing and field events. Turin an4
Genoa and Florence are following
her example. On the celobratvd Cam-
pagna di Romana, and but a stone's
throw from the Villa Borfhese, twelve
acres have been let aside for a play-
ground. Playgrounds are being plan*
ned in all the cities of thei peninsula,
and vxry soon "pallone" an Italian
ball game which is sad to be ac
rough as American footba, !, will come
Into recognition as a national gai&m
-Washington Post.


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Man-a-IIn the Ideal Laxative.
v uod .JLSioonua unvA )Sv
FREE iPERUNA ALMANAC.

OBLI;GING.
Mrs. Chinnon-'Tell Marie I want
hrer to come up and take my hair
down."
Rose (the new maid)-"Can't I
take it down to her, ma'am?"-Har-
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Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,


(Receivers of Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pineapples and all kinds of Sout4ers
Vegetables.
lieferences: 'First National Bank
of TaMpa, Fla., The National Bank NO. 212 aO)C STIMET V t
f Northern Liberties, Philadolphia; L
Ti X. 0. Painter Fortilltor Com.*
kl.f Jacksonville, Fla. I PHILADBLPHU.


WILLIAM H. GROCOTT, Representatie.


Quotations on Request.


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If you wish to keep posted
market prices in


Peruvian Guano

ANALYSIS : Mechanical Condition I
Ammonia, 2 per cent. Exceptionally Fine.
Total Phosphoric Acid, 14 p. c. Price $27.00 per ton.
Potash, 1.70 per cent. 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 FTATO MNOIRE.


| Wilson JI Toomer
FERTILIZER 00CO.,

j dckmonvillel, Florida.


B. REDFIELD & CO.


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Battling Nelson says he will et
resume boxing until February.
The Yale locker football team was
defeated In the final game of its se-
son by the Crescent Athletic Club by
the score of 5 to 2.
Frank Mount Pleasant, the famous
Tuscarora Indian quarter back, has
been elected captain of the Dickinson
eleven for the coming year.
One hundred and seventy-two
American bred race horses left for
England on the Atlantic Transport
line steamship Minnetonka.
Frank Kramer, the American cy-
cling champion, won a three cornered
match race In New York against Vic-
tor Dupre and Major Taylor.
Jerome D. Travers, the American
golf champion, will go abroad to com-
pete in the British amateur cham-
pionship, which will be decided in
May.
Dr. John B. Taylor, the former
champion quarter-mile runner of the
University of Pennsylvania, died at
his home in Philadelphia from ty-
phoid pneumonia.
Napoleon Lajole, after two years
as editor of the American LeaRve
Publishing Company, getting out the
Lajole Guide, has retired from the
publishing business.
The rowing officials of Marquette
University, Milwaukee, are making
efforts to gain recognition in the
East, and will try and arrange inter-
university races with Georgetown.
While the winterseason has opened
with a boom at Oakland, it is a fore-
gone conclusion that an attempt will
be made in the pending California
Legislature to stop racing on the
Coast.
There will be no racing at New Or-
leans this winter. All the tracks and
jockey clubs have finally decided that
It is impossible to conduct a surcess-
ful racing meeting under the bill pro.
hibiting betting at the races.


HAD FRONTAL HEADACHES
EYES BOYM ME
DROPPING IN MY THROAT
M RS. ELIZABETH H. MARTIN,
332 Bowen Avenue, Chicago, Ill.,
Chaplain Garfield Circle, writes:
"Peruna has beep a blessing to our
family for a good many years, as we
have all used it off and on for col)s and
catarrh, a:.d I have given it to all of my
children with the best of results.
"I found that a cold left me "with
catarrh of the head'in a very bad form.
My head was stopped up, I had frontal
headaches, my eyes bothered me, and
there was a nasty dropping in my
throat which nauseated me and made
it impossible many times for me to eat
my breakfast.
"As soon as I began to use Peruna I
found it relieved me, my head soon
cleared up and in a remarkably short
time I was rid of catarrh.
,"I can, therefore, give my personal
experience with your valuable medi-
cine, and am pleased to do so."
People who prefer solid to liquid
medicines can now secure Peruna tab-
lets, which contain the medicinal in-
gredients of Peruna,


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-.' Leeatlen.
|aRisate, tPutaam Conaty. Is dt-
atm. ta' the. east bank of the 8t
h, J, Iver, and 0 feet above It.
,' lstl point In Florida, east of
a the t JonIs river, which is one-halt
aet Ofte at this point
ivoUles from Palatka, our county
Satf, St. AugIM and about miles
rom Jacksoaville.
The tIraluss,of a branch of the
Florida ast Coast Railway. The de-
pot beilg three-quarters of a nu*e
trom the river wharf.
Advantagbs and Attractions.
San Mateo has good shelled roads
and miles of hard sidewalks. Beauti-
tbt wateroaks line both sides of
stepits, and meet overhead in mahy
Ja'lWd AfOWI3 '.loop jnoA I Spool
*.ATIOP rU SJiPJO 0tJI oAt 'OJO1
rxuOUOS O/l061 0'i.mn8 1tram 'SX(^P
iqllm ea in 'eouWolsod iopjo lauotu
Isszadxe oeuoqdaltI 'qd.ISaiiai 'sloo.-I
)VApd pue oilqnd 'soqainqo oajL
-somld
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 pullln
together. The state and county taxes
are about 20 mtils on about one-third
valuaton.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tur-
key, ducks anl quail, black bass an.d
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to ten dol-
lars per week; $2.00 day. b
.Ix thousand people went through
the San Mateo F'ruit Company's grove
here last season.
One of the best advantages Ma
Mateo njoy Is transportatioh; being
an both river and rail sl an advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. The
past season, for Inptaaoe, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than congested and fruit ship-
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, in some oases,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
en route to northern markets, and
did not bring enough to pay freight,
while San Afateo shippers, at same
time, would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jackeohville
on the Clyde ship the next. This Ulit-
tie matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the San
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 locat0oa.
The population is about 350, who
eame 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 bhe found
la any place in the south of its size.
The bulidlngs kept painted and
grounds in good order.


Healthfulness.
Qa account of Its high altitude,
here is so healthier spot In Florida
ftr all the year round or for the win-.
ter visitor&. For those who come to
Florida on account of health, many
, d this higher altitude, dry and
bljauy ir Is better than the lower.
more harah air found In alt water
Suesnees.
The principle busne s orge
wrg.' sa e 400 oorre n s mr
h as this prov e
tmhmu k att"eu
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The result of 17 years' experience as builder of HIGII-GRADE PRU-IT GRADERS. A perfect Grader, easy
to operate, cannot bruise the fruit, cannot clog in the machine, lightest r utinning and most up to date machine
on the market. Special Packing House Machinery built to order, Supplies, Equipment, etc. Write me hor
anything you want Nothing too small to reoeive my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to ordW
Tor prices and circulars write the inventor and manufacturer.
EDW. N. MAULL, Plaetka, Florida, U. S. A.
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cattle aun hogs seem to be proflt-
able.
As an Instane for lprow1 I l n Io
orange grove, Mr. II. F. Potney, from
leqs than sevr n icr~is last cajona,
bblpped $t,,o00 worth of fruit.
80;1.
The soil varies n rircat tdal from
high plin to l,)w n.aI l-i-h L::im:npark,
all within a mile,. :o that lands for
any purpose or crops can be sccintd
Ban Ma'io can be reached Iroi"
Jacksonville by Florida East (C .,
railway o liehach aid .Mi illr lii'u:c
steamers (see time ta!'l'; (l ::evwh -re
in this pepper). The Clyder's St. .Johns
river stealners arrive here Lbothit 10
p. m. ao do not advise this route.
Fare B. & M. line $1 25; railroad $2
from J';cksonville.
Launch Rainbow leaves Palntka
every afternoon at 1"'). Lucas line
steamers 2 30 p. mn., ev-cry day but
Sound y.
13. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m. I
Tueslays. Thiursdays and Saturdays,
and there ) trains daily on F. E. C.
rtl!way. Foare from Palatka 25 cents
any route. tf


SAN MATEO CIGARS.


None better. See ad on page
Or prices and sample boxes.
them a trial. S. W. ROWLEY.
HOUSES TO RENT.


Furnished, comfortable, nicely sit
gated. Write REAL ESTATE AGEN.
0t. Ban Mateo, Fla. U


PP' There is
fsfarely Any limit to the
but it take time and I :iurcy. We have
ben Improving flower fts.il v'-gutable
sedi(or over ~n ea-::. Mh lo[ hat .u.OO
Fo aeever yw!!, :e.
FE3EWS 1009 BEERO IVCL
FREU ON REQUEOr.
IL M. F5RY &CO., Detroft, Mlah.

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Wen in Palatka don't Fnail o visit tie W ,ntdrland
Theatre. The MOVING PI(TURE Sl I( )\W of quality.


Entire change of programme eacli light.


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FRUIT WRAPS


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PALATKA, FLA.


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FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES

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


WRITE FOR PRICES.


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lit y Wast to rest a cottage, write us; we have them furnishedL, ad
hsdy.to move la. Byryn Place. (see advertisement In this paper) can-
et be beaten In Florida for a board Ing house. Write-


Real Estate Agency.

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PARIILOR ROCKER, only *
ScUnt us $t(.f and we'll paIk and ship you this rocker
that re,'Tulr!y sells at r'taiil stores for f17.. Doston leather
seat a:.il hb'; wit'i Fr e:ch turle at top. MAcdc of oak,
ftainhed llnt'!cn r.i:4 hi~-hly polis'.. .:a.hogary finish if
desired. You c;.: nvw c lots of money by buying ldire
frl m e fatr'o.7 t-Yat b!'zys lumlbr la b:g 1,i, ri.ati s fsoi
but &at!rs and sElla thcm: rl..!'t here In the SoStiV to y"& at
whbesd.l-.aving you heavy freight c!iiCSs a:"I retailers'
profitrt. Ocr big free catalog shows over te different
kinds of chairs for parlor, (lnlnf room, kitchen, porch,
lawn, .torr, office -all iszes and styles.-all at lowest bar.
gait prices. l:vcry choir g-uaranteedl exactly as rrprer
sented or your money back. You take no risk what
ever. Mail postal to-day for Catalogue and special
Christmas List. Means dollars In your pocket. (
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GRADE SOUTHERN 'STY
We positively save y"
30 per cent. ona ld"
quest is all It will cost yoe
how we do it.' W
,STOP paying the extortion led bykdi
buggies and put this money in yow Own p
Write us today. and give us a chance to pMil
aims before you. U we can't prove dae
won't ask you to boy.
JMALS6V. SUPPA CS.Oqi0 2j~6 l4aM


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*suIDts sA"D PRICES OUR
ELEGANT WtNKOF MICH.
CLAU YINICLKS & hAmNES


AKERMAN &


WSOIALU MfD ANDWIA


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.


(IGARS, TOILBT ARTICLES NTO.
TUghman's Condition Powders, for Cattl, Horses and Sheep.
An excellent appetizer for dometic anhaals, attain, ad gives
a fne appearance sad glossiness of cost It 1 a iftalliMe our e
lel4 In cattle, and is also specially recommended for hog ehol J
etc.


Sele agents, AOKERMAN I o TyWART. Palatka, la.
uUll directions on bao" of boi
PALATKA, LORIp.


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Furniture and House Furnishing Goods


of all descriptions. Undertakers and Embalmers.
Just arrived compleMe line Crockery and China Tableware,
ware, Toilet Sots, Odd Pieces China Glaaeware, Lamps, eto.
106-112 FRONT ST., PALATKA.


Hotel


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KE/NNERLY HARDWARE
Are County Agents for the
OLIVER CT ll.LD PLOWS
Also for the
PIANUT JUNIOR CULTIIVATORA
tn tact, we seli everythlan In the


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FIRST-CLASS


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

F. C. COCHRANE, Palatka, Fla.
WHOLESALE STATION ERY-BIGGEST LINL "


Florida and Other Post Cards in State.


MALSLBY MACHINERY CO.,


Ltane, TOV B of all kinds, Cooklng Utesftl Hasmes, Traoo Otwat
P1e Castings, SpaNes, Hoes, Shevels. Rakes, Lava M werw BaNe
ualtry sad i]ne* Wire.
PALAT"AS T


Watch Palatka. and This Section.


In at Bottom Prices.


HALS


Now's the Time to Get


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


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TH ISOMMER-MhART ORANGE CLIPPER
t dipeU Is mado after a de sign furnished by Mr. W. 8. Hart of
e dL toestatla all the es seaple of. a frst class clipper, being
o ate biat t1el, and r6maded Ups to prevent clipper cutting. When
a0 o this o llpper, you will use so other. The best is the cheap
M Wg p0l |i.i .ad, poat pail price per dosen $1.00, express

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TELEPHONE NO. 574.


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


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Manufactured in Jacksonville.


Sales Agent,


BYRLYN


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PLACE


COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
HEALTHTY, high pine woods country. Convenient for side trip to St
AuMgutine and all East Coast points. Ocklawaha and St. Johns River steam.
arn stop at the wharf. GOOD HUNTING, some fishing; guides and dogs
an be had on short motioX 400 asores.
OF ORANGE GROVES.
House is situated in 16-acre Orange grove, one block from Depot, 1-4
mile from River.
Rates: $10.00 pert week; $2.00 per day. For reservations write,


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Manager,


San Mateo, Florida


Favorite


Fertilizers


ARE THE VERY BEST IlADE FOR


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SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Savannah, Qolumbia, Camden, Southern
Pines, Ralelgl, Richmond, Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY, 3
Seaboard Florida Limited
* Seaboard Express
0 Seaboard Mail 5
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MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
SThe SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullman Voptlhuled
'rain, St. Augustine and Jacksonville to Niew York via Richmond j
: and Washington. Dining car (a la carte servicee, Doublo Drawing
Room, Sleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. Leave St
Augustin6 11.50 a. m. and Jacksonvillo 12:55 p. m. daily, including -
SSundays.-
For full Information and eloeper reservations, call on any agent,
Seaboard, or write:
B 5. C. BOYLSTON, JR,, Assistant General Passenger Agent.
JACKSONVIILE, FLORIDA. i
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Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.


(4o tperIment. They have been on the market for years.
At all the great hotels of the East Ooast.
At the Club House of the Florida Automobile Association
on Daytona-Ormond Beach.
On board the famous St. Johns $tnd Ocklawaha River
Steamers.
By the Union News Company on the limited trains.
At all First class Hotels, Clubs end Cafes.
The Florida Tourist knows and loves them well. Vliy
don't you get acquainted?
For convenience of our mail order friends we put omeof
our beat brands in boxes of 12 cigars each and will deliver
"ee anywhere in the United tnates at following prices:
Box of 1. Panetelas for 75 cents, retail price 10 cents.
Puritanos for 75 counts, " 10 o"
Club House $1 00 retail price 15 cents.
Invincibles $1.25 retail prico 20 cents.
O Imperials $1.50 retail price 20 cents.

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AU a le tser adveaflas are due
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MT MgS O SUBDORIPTION.
3)e0 ow, one year . $1.00
One apy, six months. . .0

Gorespondenoe solicited from sub
Werlbers. Items regarding new enter.
praises in all sections of the country
epe*allly desired.

Non-subseters receiving the $as
S Mateo Item will plea., note that it is


JMOt O R PRUMNTATVW.
Alaeta-4d Carter, Gales-w
WMlb; T. A. Doke, an8ta fe.
Baker-J. ft. Kelley, Macclenny.
Dradford L,. Wall, take; D.
N. Knight, Lake DButler.
Brevard-R. B. Stewart, ---.
Calhoun-E. 8. Fortnier, Clarks-
ville.
Citrus-E. S. Grace, Citronelle.
Clay-Charles Conway, Middleburg.
Colubla-J. D. Hodges, Lake City;
J. W. Hatcher, Lake City.
Dade-George 0. Butler, Miami.
De8oto-Joseph H. Brown, Arcadia.
Duval-Frank Chase, Jacksonville;
Ion L. Farris, Jacksonville.
Escambia-J. P. Stok~,. Pensaco-
la; C. L. Wiggins, Pine Barren.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, Carra-
belle.
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffey, Gretna;
J. L. Sheppard, Greensboro.
Hlamilton-L. C. Register, Avoca;
J. W. Zynum, White Springs.
Hernando-F. L. Stringer, Brooks-
&,III-


seat as a sample copy. Vill.
SHillsborough--Daniel F. 'Pettlsball
"no Plant City; John S. Taylor, Largo.
Our readers will oblige us when Holmes-W. G. Watford; Esto.
writing to parties advertising in this Jackson-J. H. Tidwell, Bascom;
paper If they will state that they saw W. E. B. Smith, Marianna.
the advertisement in The San Mateo .Jefferson-S. D. Clark, Monticello;
Item. This is little trouble and costs Lake -J. Godfrey, Yalaha; J. R.
nothing, but it hblps us, and Is aIn .Miller, Eustis.
formatlon wanted by the advertiser. Lee-Frank J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
Lean-A. S. Wells, Tallahassee,
Bnterea at the postoftice at Ban Ml John ,. Neeley, Tallahassee.
tLevy-W. J. Epperson. Bronson.
teo, Fla., a second-clas mall mat- l.afayette-McQueen Charles, Old
te.* Tow n.
SLibrty-E. K. Thagard, Bristol.
TH T Madison-.. Ellis llanton, Lee
'Charles E. l)avis, Madison.
THE NEXT LEUILrU L Nlaniatee -A. F.. Hull. Costa a.
* 1arion--1l,. S. Light, Ieddick; W.
Official List of Names of Men 1). ('ar, Orala.
Who Will Be Members in 1909. emm- Charles L. Knowles, r, Key

000 DISTRICT SENATORS Na.au--.a.mes E. Calkins, Fernan.
.... (ina; Abram E. Ogivle, Callahan.
W 'er Elected at the Recent November Orange-A. I. Newton, Winter Gar.
Election--Even District Senators den;1 J. i. Kiing, Oviedo.
as naors Osu-ola-C. S. Acree, Kissimmee.
Being Hold-Overs. l'asco--4 '. P. lttell, Hudson.
Tallahassee. Fla. The following P'olk-W. J. Durranee, Fort Meade;
will represent Florida in the legisla J. A. Cox, Kathleen.
lure, which will convene in Tallahas- I'utnam-H. A. H. McKenzie, Pa-
see in April, 1909. In the senate those latka; S. J. Hilburn, Palatka.
from odd numbered districts having Santa Rosa-E. V. McCaskill, Bluff
been elected in the November ele.- Springs; A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
iton, and those from the even nun- St. Johns-C. J. Dupont, Matanzas;
bered districts being hold-over sena- W. A. MacWilliams, St. Augustine.
tore: St. lucie-W. R. Hardee, Jensen.
THE SENATE. Suminter-Glenn Terrell, Bushnell.
District \o. 1.-J. If. B. Miller, Mil- Suwanee-I. E. Roberson, Live
igan. Oak; George W. D)empsey, Ellaville.
District No 2.-Jolin S. Heard, Pen. Taylor-W. T. Cash, Perry.
gacola. Volusia-James E. Alexander, De
District No. 3.-William W. Fuour. Land; Macon Thornton, Ormond.
Ioy, DeFunlak Springs. Wakulla-Walter Page, Wakulla.
District No. 4.-Theop West, Marl. Walton-J. F. Richbourg, Laurel
tnna. ill.
District No. 5.-R. F. Hesford, Coo Washington-R. L. McKluzie, Pan-
wills. ama City.


District No. G--James E. Broome,
Quincy.
District No. 8.-John W. Ilender-
son, Tallahassee.
District No. 9.--George W. Dayton,
Dade City.
District No. 10.--C. H. Leggett,
Oreenville.
District No. 11.-Donald C. Mc-
Mullen, Tampa.


District
Town.
District
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City.
District
Stake.
District
inandina.
District
Live Oak.
District


Jacksonville.
District No.
District No.
sage Home.
District No.
dar Keys.
Ittrict No.
DieIct No.

District No.
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No. 12.-E. L. Cotrell, Old

No. 13.-F. M. Hudson, Mi-I

No. 14.-E. P. Cone, Lake

No. 15.-A. Z. Adkins,

No. 16.-T. S. Davis, Fer.

No. 17.-J. B. Johnson,

No. 18.-11. H. Buckman,


19.-Louis C. Massey,
;0.-D. H. Baker, Or-

1.--J. A. Williams, Ce-

22.-William Giradeau,
23.-1. N. Withers, La.

24.-W. Hunt. Harris,
25.-Buel Cook, Chip-

24.--. f. Crip, Palat.


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DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
oy local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or impefect hearing,
Iand when it is entirely closed, Deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the In
fliammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which Is nothing but an in-
flamtl nncondifi n nfn th th mtinetfa u.


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Florida confederate veterans will
regret to learn'of the death of Col-
onel Robertson, who will be remem-
bered by all as the veteran who has
always worn the confederate uniform
since the day that the cause for
which he fought went down in final
defeat,he has been for several decades
an attache of the Florida legislature
at each successive session. At no re-
union of that fast-thinning remnant
of the heroes who wore the gray has
he failed to be one of the number,
and he will be sadly missed at the
next gathering of the veterans. His
son, F. Ion Robertson, the poet and
Journalist, well known among Flor-
Ida newspaper men, is the editor of
the Clay County Times.
Senator Tallaferro has written to
Commodore Lorillard of the Indian
River Yacht club to say that he will
again Introduce his amendment to the
sundry civil appropriation bill, provide.
ing for marking the channel of the
inland waterway along the East coast
of Florida, at the ensuing session of
congress. This amendment was In-
troduced' at the last session, and
adopted by the senate, but for some
reason or other was not agreed to by
the house. This is an important mat-
ter now, and it will be even more so
when the canal is cut through to the
St. Johns. Not only will tourists
make great use of that canal in the
future, but it will be a great conven-
ience to the far,*- located along its
banks. All who feel an interest in
the welfare of the East Coast will
hope for such governmental action as
will make the navigation of that wa-


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"...."" ."J"'"u"l t ""u .". u mur"- .Among the essays in the November
faces. Florida Pennant is an interesting crit.
We will give one hundred dollars icism of General Jackson's operations
for any case pf Deafness (caused by in Florida in 1818, by a member of
catarrh) that cannot be cured by the class of '08. The Pennant Is pub-
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for olrcu- wished by the University of Florida.
Slars, free. Wanota is the name of the new
P. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, 0. town sixteen miles south of Tallahas-
Sold by Druggists, 25c. see, in Wakulla county. The forty
Take Hall's Family11 i1s for consti- acres sot aside for the town by the
.Take Hall's Family Pill, for consti colonization company which founded
nation. t it were divided into one hundred and
sixty Ipts, all pf which have been
A Dangerous Operation. sold.. The company will purchase
sl the removal of the 'appendix by a more land, it is said.
surgeon. No one who takes Dr. The Florida East Coast Totel com.
Kla's New Life Pills, is ever subject- pany purposes to have a reanlar re-

ed to this frightful ordeal. They work pair force at work on Its buildings
so setly you doa't feel them. They the yar ronmd' Carpenters and palnt-
e- on Io era wl keep the hotels and other
O. f. R W. 1M *M- am duavn th- In t
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That It Is the desire to see the
south. continue its rapid progress and
the building up of its splendid natural
resources, was the sentiment given
expression by President-elect Taft
to a delegation from the board of
trade of Jacksonville, Fla., who call-
ed to back up their telegraphic Invi-
tation to have Judge Taft visit Jack-
sonville, and to assure the latter of
the strong desire of the people of
Florida to have him honor them with
his presence before assuming the du-
ties of president. Mr. Taft received
the delegation, which consisted of W.
A. Bours, Senator Tallaferro, Duncan
IT. Fletcher, John G. Christopher,
William T. Blaine and Hugh H. Rich.
ardson, with great cordiality. Mr.
Taft told his callers further that he
wanted to visit the Panama canal
early in the new year, and that he
wished to visit and see the improve-
ment made on the Florida coast, and
especially the magnificent ocean rail-
way being constructed by H. M. Flag-
ler to Key West, sailing from there
for Panama, was discussed favorably.
Members of the delegation believe it
certain that Mr. Taft soon will grat-
ify his desire to see Florida.
Things seem to be coming the way
of the Florida trucker this season.
Just now, it is a potato shortage. The
crop of the Irish potato districts up
north are said to be millions of bush-
OIs short-some estimate the short-
age at 20,000,000 .bushels. With the
cabbage and the potato crops both
leficient, the Florida trucker will be
certainly on Easy street, now. Hast.
ngs and the other potato-raising
>arts of Florida may well look for-
yard to a hungry market for "spuds,.'
f nothing untoward happens in the
"lorida climate this winter. Every
leld in Florida suitable for cabbage
ir potatoes might well be planted in
hose vegetables without danger of
)verstocking the market, if reports
rom northern markets are trustwor-
hy.


Marked for Death.
"Three years ago I was marked for
death. A graveyard cough was tear-
ing my lungs to pieces. Doctors fail-
ed to hell) me, and hope had fled,
when my husband got Dr. King's
New Discovery," says Mrs. A. C. Wil-
liams, of Bac, Ky. 'The first dose
helped me and improvement kept on
until I had gained 58 pounds in
weight and my health was fully re.
stored." This medicine holds the
world's healing record for coughs
and colds and lung and throat di-
seases. It prevents pneumonia. Sold
under guarantee at S. W. Rowley's
drug store. 60c and $1.00. Trial bot.
tle free. tf

Key West feels a great deal of In-
terest in the possibility that Colonel
Robert M. Thompson may be made
secretary of the navy in President
Taft's cabinet. Colonel Thompson
has been a frequent visitor to that
city in his houseboat, Everglade, and
has spent a great deal of time there
every winter. He is enthusiastic over
the strategic importance of Key
West. The appointment of Colonel
Thompson to that portfolio would
put a friend, not only of the island
city, but of all Florida, in the next
cabinet.



CASTORIA
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Bears th elt
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The assurance from Goversar Mwt
soon that he believe the now gov
ernment of Cuba will be atrog & is.
ble and wise, Is valuable sa t
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revival of. talk
new railro ,Ne. to
Memphis. It 1I that
the parties who MhlM a fro
the city to tO Moe-
phis will sho iat
been accomplished, for ttr *.'aoeM
privileges will eoes Wa It is
thought they will ftot be rsewed.

Medliine That e MediWe.
"I have suffered a good *al with
malaria and stomach complaints, bet
I have now found a remedy that keeps
me well, and that remedy Is Ulectric
Bitters: a medicine that is medicine
for stomach and. liver troubles and
for run down condition," says W. C.
Kiestler, of Halliday, Ark. Electric
Bitters purify and enrich the* blood,
olood, tone up the nerves, and Impart
vigor and energy to the weak. Your
money will be refunded If It fails to
help you. 50c at S. F. Rowley'sf'lW
store. tf

The board of trade of St. Peters-
burg, Fla., has issued an attractive
folder setting forth a mass Qf inter-
esting facts about Florida as a farm-
ing state. Typical of the potentiali-
ties of the state are the figures of
production In 1908 in Hillsborough
county, in which St. Petersburg lies.
Their total value was $907,874, of
which $680,421 represented fruits, in-
cluding oranges, lemons, pineapples,
grapefruit, bananas, guavas, straw.
berries, peaches, pears and grapes;
$141,827 represented farm and gar-
den crops, including sugar, sweet po-
tatoes, hay, tomatoes, cabbage, beans,
eggplant, velvet beans, rice, cucum-
bers, cantaloupes, field peas, beets,
cassava, wool, peanuts, honey, oats,
millet, English peas, squash; and
$#6,,046 milk, butter and eggs. Esti-
mates of the average yield per acre
of various crops include $625 per acre
for peppers, $625 for lettuce, $1,660
for celery, $250 for cucumbers, $187
for beans, and $156 for cantaloupes.


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De In Germany to Canal and Rver
Transportation.


l of fruit, forest,
tLee In variety;
^JMu. imla*, tears, etc. Send


Slta B, Florida.

dm, UWocck

Flying ill *.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
-u11 thoufttIB ind Retail Dealers In
RoIugh and Dressed Lum-
ber of all kinds.
, Lath, Moldings, Turning and Band
Bwflag, Door and Window Frames,
8ork and Office Fixtures, Eetc.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
FURNISHED.
olIaI Attention to Mall Orders.


DROP A POSTAL.
IATI' PITION GUARANTEED.

Walter Andrews,
PRACTICAL AND UPTO DATE

WINTER ,
PAPER HANGER
and
BtORATOR;
Samples Brought and Estimates
0Mift lijhhd.
m 1*U. PALATKA, FLA,
*Tou are ~zAde to feel it-uineie."
New and liberal management.

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

ORCHARD SPRAY PUMPS
SPRAYING SOLUTIONS 1


IRRIGATING PUMPS


GASOLINE ENGINES
MALLARY MILL SUPPLY CO.,
MACON, GA.
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FOUND.


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

The beet work on citrus fruits, pub
Shed so far as we have seen st by
Slrofseor H. H. Hume, clothbound
ioe $1.l0. If you want to know
s ore, o orange growing Rend for ,,
O Ng to Item, Ban Matoo. Fla. U1

This Is Worth Reading.
Leo F. ZeUnaki. of 68 Gibson street,
S gf0lo, N. Y., says: "1 cured the most
ate M tag cold sore I ever had, with
S 4mklea's Arnicas Salve. I applied this
os oe a day for two days, when
St ase of the sore was gone."
j. sore. Sold under guaran-
1 W. Rhwley's drug store. If
t.f 1f tV *fwhen tthe
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Hamburg. the most important pMrt
In Germany, Is especially well locat-
ed as a distributing point, not only for
Baltic trade. but for interior Goer
many as well. Frm Ilamhurg for
distribution to central Germany
and a broad belt of territory
extending southeasterly across the
empire, there are available th., Elbe
river and its tributaries and connect
Ing canals during the season of open
navigation. These afford exceedingly
low rates of freight, and the barges
and small craft employed are num-
bered by the thousand.
Premen, the second port of Ger-
many In size and Importance, corn
mands, by way of the Weser rivc4'
and its branches and connecting ca-
nals. the territory west of that cov-
(erl by Hamburg in the northwest-
ern part of Germany.
The populous and productive por-
tion of the empire. lying south an(l
sout4iw'st of that tributary to Ianm-
burg anld Br, men. ig reached by way
of Rotterdam, Hnllland, and thenco
up the Rhino to Mannheim. Ger-
many, and other river cities for dis.
tribution, as mentioned, by canal
and river tributaries.
Stettin, an important port for
north central Germany. reaches a
stretch of territory up the Oder river
of great important,. extending quite
half-way a-ross the country.
Danzig, rr Neufahrwasser as the
p-rt is called, lying to the east of
Stettin, has an influential ho41 on the
northea-tern quarter of Germany
through its location at tho mouth of
\VWeIhsol. Koen igsherg-lPillau. still
fur:hrr east, controls the extreme
lnorthnst( rn stc ion.
While all these ports have rail con-
nections to all parts of the empire.
such commodities as grain and feed-
ing stuffs are preferably shipped by
barges and canal boats, because of
greater convenience In loading at
ports of entry, and the cheaper freight
rates that are available for all but
two or three months In the year. The
extent of Germany's barge and canal
traffic Is not to be underrated, since
It plays a most important part in
transportation, reaching as It does
nearly every portion of the empire.-
1'nt~ d States Consular Reports.
A CT.FAN POITITRY HOTT0SE.
The poultry house should be kept
clean at all times, but it is especially
Important that It be given a thorough
cleaning and disinfecting before clos-
ing up for the winter. The whole in-
terior should be whitewashed, adding',
about one-half pint of crude carbolic
acid to each gallon of wash. Care
should be taken that the lime Is fore.-
ed into every crack and crevice. All
old litter and nestling material should
be removed and burned, and new
supplied; the roosts and dropping-
boards should be painted with some
good liquid lice-klller, a new dust-bath
should be supplied, and in fact a gen.
eral cleainig up Is necessary If the
fowls are going to be comfortable
and profitable.- Farmers' Home Jour-
nal.


Blind Workers In Vienna.
The promoters of the Institution
for the Blind in Vienna seem very
pleased with the result of the first
eight "months of its existence. All
the workers are blind, and they are
engaged In the manufacture of
brushes and baskets. Up to the press
ent about 2:2,000 kronen worth of or
ders have been executed, say some-
thing like $4,000, and a fair profit
has bten realized The society has
now under consideration the pro
posal to enlarge the workshops. The
wares are put upon the market in
fair. competition with the product of
other kindred factorits.-Philadelphia
Record.
During 1907 the Chinese Govern
tent spent pearly $100,000 for stu.
itnts studying In foreign countries.
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AUTOMATIC STIRRING.


Lt Jt people understand that the
placing of a marble In n 'p'tl ,t proe
vents furring, but few seem to know
that a large, clean ,mrarble boiled
In milk, porridge, custards, savce'
or stews will automatically do the
stirring as the liquid cooks. Any
chance of burning will be prevent(
and thus the fatigue of constatly
stirring and the cook's time can lie
saved, as by this means thiE cook 'an
be attending to other things Instead
of having to give her -wh,)', in,,
and attention to one.--oJqtn P

1USE FOR STIAWVI3ErT.Y A A.Ki:T-3.
Take four quart bask* ts, cover with
a layer of cotton wadding, tihen shirr
pretty crieton' er .,silk and cover
leaving a h:lf-inch ruffle ait the to:)
for a healing; sew luigthklur, inakln ;
four ('compartnlunts:. and finish wit
a ribbon how on c'lit re. 'ituis u;aki
a pretty and conv'eni ent work basket.
and Wiuild also 1' jn:''l :i (l ron t-
mental, pl:tcrl on -a (r',si!I (;i-,'. ;s
a receptacle for nmisc'!!;tIinoI1l arti-
cles. If a smr:tll<'r ha-l t is l' ( siredl,
iseI the pint b:1 ,1'ts " ih :i;i ras1 '>
berries (c'IIf in.- lBo ton 1 ''


ha deWs the wre 6r.

N &Wtt ot *dvin.
op tihe eUr windows open all
ahmaer; It beoeps the cellar dry, the
atir fsh. and It is healthier; moths
I4nre never known to be in cool eel-
I lan; this has proved successful with
me; scarcely any expense or labor,
and no more moth-eaten and obnoxi-
ous smelling garments.-Boston Post.
RECIPES.
Mock Chicken Croquettes.--6ne


cup chopped English walnuts, 1 cup
choppel celery, 1 cup toasted bread
crumbs. Mix all thoroughly with
2 eggs, add 3 drops of onion Juice
and a good pinch of summer savory
or sage. Salt to taste. Form the
croquettes, then roll In dry cream
of wheat and fry in deep fat like
doughnuts.
Macaroni and Celery Salad.-Ono
pint boiled macaroni, 1 pint cek'ry,


1-2 pint chopped nuts. Cut macaroni
and celery into small pieces, mix the
two and sprinkle -with the nuts and
add salad dressing. Serve on crisp
lettuce leaves.
Lyonnaise Potatoes.-.Melt a large
tablespoonful butter, add 1-2 a sliced
onion; fry a light brown. Remove
the onion and add 2 cupfuls cold,
hold potatoes, cut in slices; fry a
light brown. Add salt and a little
pppel) r; erve hot.
Olive Saindwl hes.-Cream together
one t ablespoon of butter and on'e
Nci'fehatel c(lhese. Chop fine the
contents of bottle of stuffed olives.
Mix together well and spread on sa!-
tine cracke(rs.


TO WASH! IlIA'K WOOl EN loarhound Candy.-Three cupfuls
Cut 1-2 l;iar whilo sori i i, s'; i '1 ,;a sugar. Into it stir one-quarter tea-
l)ice:s; disS Ilve in 1 (|i; rt of w;. spoontful (cream tartar (dry). Take
ter; when cold adld t wo t:!' )-,>) Jn ) piece of hoarhcund about 'he size of
of household amnimoni; I;ut 'i t'i,' a yeast (ake. Pour one cupful boll-
with cohl watfir to ,,on'r skirt, :ift- ing water over It and let it steep
Ing often and souring th, sk;rt i;v) a few minutes. Pour over the sugar.
and down in the water; leave Uiol it steadily until it will form a
In the water several hours or spiral when dropped in cold water.
all night; drain well and rinse be careful not to stir while cooking.
In cold water until all soap ha!s been Pour into buttered pans and mark
removed from there garment; do not in squares.
wring 'but hang by th, waaI1lhannl on Rich Ice Cream.-One quart new
line, just as you lift it frim the t ib. Tnilk, 1 quart of cream and 1 1-2 cups
It will not shrink or f ,l1 Yim will of sugar and 4 eggs. Let the milk
find it much better than gasolen' to come to a boll and add the eggs and
remove dirt and grease. I have used sugar well -beaten. When cold add
this two years-lBoston PoFt. the cream and flavoring and freeze.
Cocoanut Rice Pudding.-One cup
THE ATTRACTIVE FIREPIACE. of boiled rice, 1 pint warm milk,
In many houses, even where the, pinch of salt. 1 cup sugar, 1-2 cup
fireplaces are ornamental, and eveni shredded cocoanut; ,pour the milk
artistic, we sometimes notl(e pretty over the rice, beat the eggs, add
glass screens, some plain and oth- sugar and salt, beat well and mix
eor painted with beautilutl flowers ur with the rice and milk, stir in the
ferns, placed in front, to hide, as (ocoanut; bake in a moderate over
It were, something missing. Pretty till firm lnd creamy.


as those may be, and t'evi expen-
sive, too, they cannot please the eye
or add to the comfortable appear-
ance of the room its would a clear
fire or a clever arrangement of plants
or flowers There is no warmth of
feeling about the screens buch as is
experienced In the use of fires or
flowers, to say nothing of the life
end beauty which the latter add to
a room.-The Queen.


i COLD STORlAGC. AT HOME.
I have solved one of the most trou-
blesome problems of my life; that is
how to keep moths out of furs, wool-
en garments and blankets, without
the expense and disagreeahble odor of
moth balls, and still more expensive
camphor or cedar chest. It is a cold
storage system in my own home.
Simply this: I got a long dry goods
ase similar in shape to a chest, lin-
"ed It carefully with paraffin paper,
don't t use oiled paper; it looks sim-
liar, as it will soil the garments);
the lining wWU keep any possib.%
mapses out, and thus avoid any
tear of mildew.
. Now suspend the case by means ot
str wires attached to each of the
owr corners (I used wire that conea
alpad ba ed bay) to ie overhead
atibere is the roller suspendtns the*
4*t 114 0eet tfo the ser
-~~~d OWt^-i!


WORTH QUOTING


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A man Is willing to have most any
kind of disease, admits the New
York Press, for an excuse for his
family to have to support him.

If all our assassins would only kill
themselves after the fact it would
be a great thing for society, declares
the blew York Sun. Self-slaughter
fs more consistent than the usual
frantic effort to escape the penalty
with the aid of lawyers and Insan-
ity experts.

Farmers, we are told, are at least
as contented as city folk. They need
no more coddling and looking after
than fat dwellers, to put it very mild-
ly. Why turn the kindly search-light
on the cornAelds, demands the Rich-
mond Timee-Dispateh, and pay so at-
tention to the teemgas evils of the I


'k O ft


The Maine farmer. says President
Hyde, of Bowdoin College, has more
intelligence than the Swiss peasant,
and yet the Swiss county fair is free
from swindlers and fakirs even as
the Maine county fair is notorious-
ly infested by them. The point of
which seems to be that when the
Maine farmer goes to a fair he leaves
his superior Intelligence at home do-
ing the housework.

The world has no room for cow-
ards, said Robert Louis Stevenson.
We must all be ready somehow to
toll, to suffer, to die. And yours is
not the less noble because no drum
beats before' you when you go out
into your daily battlefields, and no
crowds shout about your coming
when you return from your daily
victory or defeat.

The Highest Telephone.
Italy will shortly possess the high-
est telephone station in the world.
Work has been commenced on the
new telephone line to the Margherita
hut. near the summit of Monte Rosa,
15,217 feet. The new observatory
on the Col d'Ollen will be first con-
nected with the Lombardy Valley, and
then the line will be continued to
the summit of Monte Rosa. Queen
Margherita of Italy, who contributed
largely to the erection of the observa-
tory and hut which bear her name,
has been the chief supporter of the
Alpine telephone line. Swiss critics,
however, state that the innovation
will be a failure, as It is impossible
to plant posts in glaciers and masses
of Ice which are ever in a state of
stow motion.-Engineer.

After an engagement of nearly thir-
ty years a certain Lynn couple are
at last happily married. But it's
safe betting, asserts the American
Cultivator, that each still has a felt
little temperamental surprises in
store for the other.

While workmen were sawing
through a block of Bath stone at Ex
eter they cut into a cavity in which
was found a cluster of two or tfre
dosen live bees.


tirow the prom t draw "$
Willinm Christie. a 0 t L gJ5
CbHrsU and Misaen all6an=e,0a
that great disturbancee were aM
due in the celestial empire, and alo
that a war with Japan was in con
templation.

lays thP Detroit Free Press: We
have denounced the custom that has
been degrading our working people
and creating privileged classes
among the patrons of our barber
shops and our Pullman cars and
our hotels and a whole growing host
of other conveniences. Yet when we
have the chance to break the fetters
we have foolishly bound about our-
selves we laugh and go on tipping.

T. J. Erickson, of Denver, married
a Wyoming girl, and they went a-
honeymooning into the ,Montana
mountains, taking their rifles along.
"Each killed a bear the first day
out," says the chronicler, "and on the
way back to camp Erickson wounded
a female bear which had two cubs.
The bear attacked him. He clubbed
his rifle and fought hard, but was
down and almost out when his wife
fired and killed the bear."

President Eliot's story of how well
Camnbridge, Mass., is getting along
without any saloons finds in Harper's
Weekly a not wholly convinced lis-
tener. "When he speaks of Cam-
bridge as a no-license city of 90,000
inhabitants 'with no alcoholic sub-
stitutes' he seems to forget Boston,"
It says, "for surely Boston is Cam-
bridge's alcoholic substitute and prob.
ably one important reason for the
exceptional success of its experiment
as a no-license city."


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flerryday.& Walton,
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,
PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Front St. Palatka'Nat. Bank Bldg.


J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-atmLaw.
Ofmoe ront Street, Opposite PutamU
House.
PALATKA * FLORIDA


Raw Fur, Hides, Wo6I,
Tallow, Beeswax, -Beef,
Hides, Goatskins.
Ship the above to:-

M. Sabel & Sons,
Established la
1856. LOUISVILL. KY.
"Over ha) a Century in L.oulsvill
WE ARE DEALERS IN ABOVE, not
commission merchants. Referece :
Any bank In Louisville.
Write for weekly price list


MISS KATE L. LUCAS,


PALATKA, FLORIDA,
MILLINERY FANCY GOOD4t


Notions, Ladles', 'Mases' and ChI.
dreu's Winter Underwear.
Ladies* Kid and S11k Gleves.
Laces, Embroidery, Collars, .
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lr,.-Ctn raised on its massive carriage in position for firing. 2 -Low-
ered for loading, out of sight of the hypothetical enemy. 3-Oun-crew
thrusting home the shQt. 4-The discharge.- Photographs *hy W. E.
Adams, in LeslUe's.


Ye Water Clock.
The measurement of time by the
trickling of water or sand from one
vessel to another dates as far back as
the days of the Babylonians. The
clepsydra, or water clock, wab in com-
mon se both by the Athenians and
Romans, and was employed in courts
of law to limit the length of the
pleadings. Thus, a counsel was al-
lowed so much water, instead of, as
we should say, so much time, to ad-
dress the court. Clepsydrae were also
used by the Romans in their camps,
chiefly for the purpose of measuring


accurately the four vigillae into which
the night was divided. It is believed
Mkat the Brst water clock was brought
h te Paris about the year 1695. from
' rgaWdy. The one illustrated will
, wobly be a relic of those days. It
r 4a MDOCX.
i isO three feet one Inch in height,
oh fraosework is made of oak.
qlaiar and dial plates on the
o e of brass. The hours
Irom VI to the following
AgWsty-even hours, so
aurem to be wound
pter bhoe it
time.-

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The small cooper-Jug hanging on
the right-hand side is used for filling
the cylinder.--Philadelphia Record.

Larch 20)00 Years Old.
Italy can boast of a larch tree
the age of which is estimated to be
2000 years. It is- situated on the
northern flank of Mont (hetlf. In the
direction of the huts of Plan Veni
above ('ourima'iyeur, a few steps from
the footpath that skirts the limit of
the mleat(dow land.
D)ue allowance being made for the
extremii' slownt's with which the
larch grow.,. for the altitude above
sa l'vel (;0 n meters) at which it
is routed and for its northerly ex-
posure in the near neighborhood of
the glacl.r, where the cycle of its
development is barely five months
every year, this venerable larch, un-
touched alike by woodman's axe and
thunderbolt, cannot be less than 2000
years old.- Scotsman.

Every Watch Compass.
That every watch is a compass is a
fact probably unknown to most peo-
ple. To prove that such is the case,
lay your watch flat on the palm of
your hand, with the hour hand point-
lug to the sun, as shown in tho ac-


cnmpanying sketch. The point ex-
actly midway between the hour hand
and the figure 12 will be due south.
It is well to remember, however,
that during the time fr(m 6 In the
afternoon to 6 in the morning our
tule gives the north point instead of
the south. In the southern henils-
i.hero the rule will be reversed.-
(iood Literature.

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HEARTENING THE SUPERINTENDENT1
QJA. RICHAJ.D BARLKEU ZSHELTON '

HIDsuperintendent was a roundly and pressed about him to
tall, thin young pan, shake his hand. Powell had undoubt-
with slightly stooping edly been popular with his employes,
shoulders and near-sight- but his popularity had been gained
ed eyes which peered at the expense of results In the out-
keenly through the put of the factory.
Heavy lenses cf his eye-. nder the new superintendent the
glasses. "Our Mr. Crawford," as he output wa.s satisfactory-and more.
was always called by the general man- The question that continually pre-
ager of the Perfection Electric Switch seated itself to the young man's trou-
'Company, had been transferred from bled mind was whether, in the inter.
1hi place as foreman of the wiring tests of the flrm he had not been too
department to be superintendent of har'h with the employes. In eradi-
khe factory at a time when an Iron eating the evils Jim Powell had
hand was needed to remedy the nils- wrought he had found It necessary
Chief which the lax methods and gen. to calculate in cold-blooded fashion,
ral Inefficlency of his departing prt.- to be ready with blame and chary of
ecessor had created. Iralke. The result was Inevitable.
It was a difficult problem of reor- While the profits grew steadily Craw-
anization that he had been called rfrd realized that it was because of
upon to face, but time h:ad proved i1s ceaseless vigilance ard the firm-
Ithat the general nanager'.s faith- hf- ,'1en with which he held the employes
{had stoutly advocCt elI ('rawford nt work.
|galnst the firm's (opposition--l:ad Th<1r were times-when he was
not been misplace'd. ''he ne su(Ir- tired, especsally-when It seemed to
Intendent had entered upon hi duties lbini that he had merely developed
quietly, unassumningly. but with a into a successful slave driver.
tenacity of purpose d 1141 n ;ui unr1.'ilt- Smcintimnes at 6 o'clock, when the
ing energy that bout all things ti big gong had sounded, he would sit
his will. Three of the be.st ynIar of by the time-machine and watch the
tibs life he gave unle-ltatingly and m(ii file down the stairs. Hle would
uncomplainingly to the work before have given much it' .-re and there
him. At the end of that time the in the long line a fa!c had been lift-
factory was running with a smooti- ed to his with a no'd or a compre-
bess that took several wrinkles out handing smile, but the "hands" rang
of the general manager's brow and in their time in sullen silence. His
made the firm think seriously of in.- very presence seemed to chill their
creasing the plant. spirits, and when one of them looked
"Our 'Mr. Crawford"-the firm at him it was either with bitte"iuess
spoke of him proudly in this mannr or a blank stare.
'Gow-had made himself necessary .to Meanwhile the Perfection Electric
Switch Company prorpered ama:ing-.
S ly, and at the sara? time the super-
:' 1 T -intendent grew a little more rtoop-
shouldered, a little inore reserved, a
little more heavy of P'Te.
S In November of 'lip third year it
SEl1appened that "Ou" Mr. Crawford"
I was taken sick. At k'e time he was
putting forth strenuous efforts to
I h ave an Increase of ray for the em-
ployes, in consequenv-, of which he
,I was at the office sefeeal days when
he should have bees In bed. lie
wanted the hands to understand that
their work had been appreciated. u r.
although he had tg grind his teeth
e to keep from crying out with the
pain he went daily to the offce anid
argued with the general manager and
the members of the firm.
SThe firm was obduraTre It was de-
cided finally that, in view of the ex-
Sf .* tensive additions that were to be
made to the plant the increase could
not be granted for another year. Sick
at heart anil racked with pain the
Crawford's Shoulders Rose ar.n Fell superintendent staggered to his apart-
Convulsively. ments in the gray November dusk.
!went to bed and sent for a doctor.
le Perfection Electric $witch ('Con- The physician came, chided the young
any. bgu his success hlad not been man for his carelessness of his health
etirely satisfactory to himself. With and suld a slight operation would be
I hbls quiet force, the supertiuten. necessary the next day.
eat was a wry human young man. The operation was successful, and
e had boped to gain the complete the physlcan assured the anxious
eeac of the men and women general manager that lhe patient
der him. It was respect I' go.nt- would be at the factory in a couple
rather than fear. of weeks. But the physician lhad nrot
Tbe lax, easy going regime of the reckoned on many things--the wea'l-
kmetr superintendent had made that ness of mind and body i hisl patient,
Ms tss ladlvidual very ,popiTlr with the bitterness of hla recent fai!uare
leO ter/'y hands. They had #yen to induce the firm to Increase the pay
Ut all nerts of presents on his birth- of the hands, and the dranling load
l et Chrlstmas time. The under which he had strug:'d lsilent-
n nlreuiga s -euphoalo ly for the past thre.. rs.
n-,ad Mae atoleeo.t tiad The wound caused by the opeo


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pamled siad at a Ott*e rritatN; the
genral manarT, who came daily. -e
gan to hbow signs of alarm.
"It's the pace of modern dsilness,
sir!" the phys clan snapped angrily
to the attendant, who had been sent
up from the hospital. "Get him In-
terested In something. It's his only
chance."
The man tried everything his fer-
tile mind and thorough training could
suggest, but with no results. Craw-
ford sat silently by the window day
after day, looking vacantly at the
bare branchec of the trees and the
patches of dull cloud drifting across
the early winter sky.
Christmas time found Crawford
propped in his chair, looking out over
a world newly swathed in spotless
white. The doctor declared that nov'
It was only a question of time, and
the attendant had long slnce ceased
trying to rouse the rick man's dor-
mant interest. On Christmas Day
Crawford opened :in envelope from
the factory and found it enclosed a
substantial check. lie smiled bitter-
ly and handed it to the attendant.
"Here, take it! Merry Ch,-istmas!"
he said. in a colorless voice
At dusk it was snowing again, and
just after the lights began to twinkle
through the gloom Crawford, in his
chair, fell into a heavy slumber. iHe
was awakemnd by a lusty rapping at
the door. The attendant went into
the little hall :ind presently returned.
"Two ladies and three gentlemen
to see you, sir," he said.
The visitors were ushered in, and
as they enterol tha room Crawford
gripped the arIn of his chair and
stared with wide ;p,)n'd eyc:s. There
were two giggling girls from the wir-
ing department at the factory, two
men from the assembling bl .nch and
the foreman of the brass room.
The girls titt'nred anl the men
looked ill at easo. Crawford sat up
in his chair. TW') spots of color came
into his wan cheeks. The foreman
advanced and cleared his throat.
"We've come, sir," he said. looking
at the ceiling. "to show you that, even
if you're not with us, you're not for-
gotten. Perhaps we haven't always
understood you,. buit anyway we know
you're the right sort. We've heard
all about your fight f1r an increase
for us, and even if we didn't get it,
we know it wasn't because you did
not do your best for us. So to show
our respect for you and your efforts
in our behalf we've brought you this."
He tore the covering from a parcel
be bore and held out a silk umbrella
with a large pearl and silver handle.
"Anl-and Merry Christmas!" he
finished.
"Merry Christmas!" echoed the two
other men and the two girls.
A lump rose in Crawford'? throat.
He could only beam upon them and
mutter feebly, "Merry Christmas to
you!"
Some few minutes after the com-
mittee from the factory had gone the
doctor came bustling into the hall.
The attendant met him and shook a
warning finger at him. The doctor
craned his neck and peeped cautious
ly Into the room.
Crawford sat under tte light. His
head was hidden in the crook of one
arm that rested on the window sill.
Clutched tightly in the other was a
silk umbrella with a large pearl and
silver handle. Crawford's shoulders
rose and fell convulsively; he was
sobbing like a child.


The doctor smiled in comprehen-
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for gy

where loeo Ifyo de-
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soription and prie.

IF YOU WANT

TO BUY

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

Northwestern Business Agecy,
Dept. ro, Bank of Commerce
Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota.



CHARLES KUPPERBUSCH,

PALATKA, FLA.


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EDWARD KUMMER, Prop.,
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Hanan, Ralston, B. & P. Kor-
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We guarantee that these six pairs' of
Holeproof sox or stockings will need
no darning for six months. If they
should, we agree to replace them by
new ones, upon surrender of the pur-
ohase ticket with the worn pair and
one coupon, provided they are return.
ed to us within six months from date
of sale to the wearer.


This guarantee is made with the dis.
tinct understanding that all the hose
in each box must be worn by one per.
son only. Therefore each lot must con.
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ast o stoA aU se*MO sWpd f t.r
W.o cuis at aOI N seemed ates
wine hi ,,iry ..f.,, t
the schooner was ea uht ht a efloae
storm which revolved ounad the Vee.
eel in such a mnauer that all four of
her masts were twisted In their steps.
When the Ahip carpenters investIgat'
ed the schooner preparatory to be.
inlnina their work they could scarce-
ly believe their eyes. Plainly some
rotary motion of wind and storm had
caught the poles in a leverage, fore-
Ing them Just half way around. No
explanation is offered for the masts
hot coming out of the vessel. All
four are standing and have been carry-
Ing sail all the way to port. No
other damage wan received during tie
storm, and although the masts were
turned they were not Injured In the
leant.
The achldent Is hie first of its kind
In the memories of the oldest naviga-
tors about the harbor. They say that
of all freaky gales reported of the
tropics thh; Is the strangest, and mnny
refused to believe the story until they
had visited the ynrd and viewed the
schooner theminelves.--Boston Tran.


script.


Old Schoolmates of Theirs.


A (conlitor sc'?it a new brakeman
to put som(' tIrnipn off th'' train; tIh'y
wereo ling In a box car. 'Thf brake.-
i:man dropped Into the car and atid
"\Vhere are ynii follows going?" "To
Atc hison." "Well, you can't. go 1o
Atchison on 11his train: .so get off."
"You g ,t." sam .t he reply. and as the
now lbral.ikani wns looking into thi
Qiiuln..ss end of an un ihe took the ad-
vico given lim and! "got." ITo went
back to the anhoose, and the asked 1ilm If he had put the fellows
off. "No," he answered, "I did not
have the heart to put them off. They
want to go to Atchison, and, besides,
theIy are old schoolmates of mine."
"Thli conductor used some very strong
language, and then said he would put
1them off himself. lie went over to
lh'o car mnd nmet with -the same ex-
porience as the brakeman. When he
got back to the caboose the brakeman
said, "Well, did you put them off?"
"Naw, they're schoolmates of mine,
too."-Washington (Kan.) News.


Maine's Latest Snake Story.
An old hen with a large family of
small chickens, was recently given an
'empty barrel turned down on its side,
,for a coop on the writer's premises.
One day recently thhe n gave the
signal of distress used by all good
grangers and the barrel was quickly
surrounded by the fighting members
of the household.
A large snake was found in the bar-
rel and quickly lynched. Several
bunches were noticed on the reptile's
body and he was ripped up the back
with a pair of shears and seven chick-
ens were found gasping for breath.
1They are all alive yet.-Lewist o
ffournaL


Parasols For Men.
Rumor has it that mere man is
about to take a leaf out of woman's
book, and at the risk of ridicule pro-
-, teot his head frota the rays of the
summer sun with the parasol.
The rumor Is confirmed by some
West Md shopkeepers, who profess
to have dose a good business I the
S Jst few days nla sunshades specially
de an l ted for man's use. The shades
ar%, of course, not the elaborate art*
O p ued by the lady pf fabion, but
f, =a. tilaJ adorned /spec;m= often
;- e er8 Ina tropical coustres.
SofM t the recent raoe aeet.
4 well dressed a have
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Phone st. Next door
Lemoa Street. Har
PALATKA, FLA.


Kennerly.
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Took of the eas Mateo ruit Co.f
offers one of the very best opportuni-
ties for profitable Investment to bu
found in Florida. Write for parthTulars
to San Mateo Fruit Co., San Mateo,
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calls of p ur- wafnr
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and see what We Have to Offer. You Will
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S131 A fAtoed ad oaltivated. elu"s
ed about I rooms, barn, etc., with ft 4
miAs of postoft and dopoL A bar
is at $800.00. Terms 11 d~ilred..
No. 8. S e, house, bart, et.,
iT A. Cleared. See farm land, 3 1-
iles from postomflce. Good locatl..
1st any one wanting to raise castle
gt sheep. Hou0 two store, 16x30,
with ]. two stories, 15x22. Price
$2.500.
No. 4. 8,500 acres, river 2 aides, R.
IL one side, fence 1 mile. Would fae:e
I all For cattle ranch, cotidn't bo
bet. Has 2 million feet pine, 1 1-2
Umldon cypress, 6 million feet of ash,
p1m, hickory, maple, magnolia, etc.
ood wharf, 8-room house and farm,
About 60 A. Under fence. The price,
$6.00 an acre. If you mean business
come and see this.
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Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
ing room and large living room, about
two acres land recently set out In or-
ange 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 $100 each. Send
for booklet.

No. 85. Pineapple lands in Dade
county, on railroad. 5 acre lots, $20
per acre. If you want pineapple land
or a pinery already la bearing, write
135.
41. A pretty little grove with floe
location for house on river Bank,
$3,000. 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 wit'Toss than


R. S. Mooney


Do you want an interest In bertng
eange grove? No better ,Inat
It Florida. Write for par o oelah0 .
timalt of prfts, wpeases, etc.

No. 109. 20-room house. Cost O *f
$3,600.00 to build. 86 bates t .
1,500 peach trees Just planted., 2N
ung orange trees. BarL nnew, r
Ct year. Nice location; shelled
streett and sidewalk on front. Price,
$3.500.00. A good opening for some
one to mako expenses by taking
boarders while fruit trees ur oomla*
into bearing. Easy terms. 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. 16. BuIdnS a, x feet
for $16 each. Send for plat.
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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 Ag*.
ure.
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down in
December for his health, bought 10
acres of land for $5600, had It set out
to oranges and grapefruit; and before
he left in spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his ex-
penses for the winter. 'He refused to
sell.


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for canning, for iocaI
sand distant marketas.if
isn eason.
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PtrIm. They Growl They Beard
S ty) They are Good! They
UE MEN Ca of PEACHES and
r Nt and Ornamental Trees free.

Bros CO., Jacksonville, Fla


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t e e.fad Mteept the patter of bullets as they made boles
throUi tageta emstr eted ot plte boards, 100 shots a second were die-
eharged frno a olseeu sand powderlesa gun In the loft of the Standard
Meter Oompaur fltorT.
At the deemustratiUo, whlch was made by the Inventor of the gun,
frederick Bangerter, a mechanical engineer, were several mechanical ex-
perts, who had been especially Invited to witness the test.
No one was permitted to Inqpect the gun, which was completely hidden
by a wooden enclosure constructed around it In the corner of the loft.


DIAGRAM


SHOWING THE NEW POWDERLESS GUN
RIDDLED THREE TARGETS.


AND HOW


ElCIAL OFFER FREE
p ,AVE YOUR COUPONS AND GET ONE
i OF THESE HANDSOME WATCHES FREE


Before the demonstration began Mr. Bangerter explained that his In-
vention does not require explosives of any kind and that compressed air
has nothing to do with the discharge of the )ullots. The mechanism, he
explained, is simple-so simple, in fact, that anyone with a bent for ma-
chinery could understand it if once permitted to examine the gun.
Power from a seven-horsepower electric motor stuplplied the propelling
force which discharged the bullets. This power wasH transmitted by a belt
which ran from the flywheel of the motor through an opening In the case-
ment and over another wheel which was (conncii(ted with the gun's
mechanism.
No sound except the whirl of the wh el came from the gun enclosure
when the power was turned on.
For ten seconds the bullets were fed into the gun. 'TI l pOctntors,
crouching behind a wooden partition that had Inen ,r(-c't,,d to protect them
from rebounding shots, saw the, target, which wa.s a itont t,,n feet Squaro and
sixty feet away, riddled with holes within a s4,c(ioIl after the rain of steel
began to rattle on the half-inc'h pine boards. The bulh-ta were three-
eighths of an inch in diameter.- Ioston 'Post.


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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 gal. .. .. .. 4 00
Old Mountain Corn .. .. .. 2 00
Klowa 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
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old .... .... .... .... ... 3 50
Iron Chancellor Rye 2 stamp-
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ttfaight 9 years old ...... 5 00
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Port, Sherry, Catawba, Musca.
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e .a di. i di Not Intsreuh* Mj dd. We IAd
Gluck and Wanmr aa"d others troubled with tl Or-ot folus
of aeiilshet mtWbds and. sdt to nubstltute Ar them a9p
thing more logital. Moirt 'rmply sang. He wrtlM btMd opMr9 s
and to*k operas. He pet 'comic elements Into bis gradd opets and traud
eletmdth Into hist comic opbra& He wrote a Masonic opera. He wrote al*
most anything that came along. He founded no school. He tousnd htm-
He wap only thirty-ive 'when he said: "I hare the taste of death on
my tongue, I smell the grave." His body was dumped Into the Potter's feold
In a furious rain-torm that drove away what few mourners followed his.
hearse. But be bad committed to immorality those great operas: "The Blopo-
ment from the leragilo," "The Marriage of Figaro," "Don Glovanna," "Cool
fan Tutte" and "The Magic Flute."
What miracles might not Mozart have wrought had be lived, as Wagner
did, to 1i8 tull three score and ten. Mozart's half-portion of a life was full of
Ups and downs, mainly downs. lie was often without food; he was without
fuel, and he and his wife waltzed together to keep warm. He was kicked
down-stairs like a dilwraced servant. His last composition was a Requiem,
written to be signed by another man. When he was dying, his doctor, whom
he owed too much money, refused to leave the theatre to attend him. And
he went to an unknown grave in the rain alone.
Yet none of these morbid, these shameful and pitiful things, vitiate his
music. More than that of any other composer, it Is full of seraphic charm,
k revels In an aristocratic grace, it in shot through with a strangely golden
sunlight. As Vernon Blackburn sold: "Poor Mozart! Yet, who is the ordi-
nary man that he should say 'poor' of such an immortal character? It it
not likely that he would have given up one gohlen moment of his glorlouj
Inspiration for thi comforts of a sultan. He was the golden child of -music,
scarcely in any finae a revolutionary. He was the glorious link which com-
*bined the music of the Pighteenth century with the music of the nineteenth;
the strictest formalist, the Imprecable master of counterpoint, the respecter In
every way of traditions, you can see him, as It were, on the tiptoiR of the
,future, bearing in his brilliant soul, and bearing it lightly, all the burdens of
. the past."-Smith's Magazine.


The Most Famous EDIU Can
Neither Read Nor Write
By Fremont Rider.


PIRITISM seems to be no respecter of persons. The power of
mediumship may come to a cultured university graduate like
William Stainton Moses; it may come to an ignorant Italian peas-
ant woman like Eusapla Paladino. Imagine the latter, heavy


featured except for her wonderful dark, liquid eyes, never able
to read or write, not able even to speak correct Italian, but
using habitually a corruption of the Apulian dialect, but observed
for years with interest, almost with awe, by the greatest scholars of
Europe.
Eusapla is a Neapolitan, born in 1854 at ,the tiny village of Minerno-
Murge. lAtft an orphan to the scant if kindly care of friends, while but a
haby she received an injury that may have something to do with her medium-
Istic powers. There is a marked depression in her head, the result of that
early fall, and during the trance state a cool wind, which often accompanies
psychical phenomena, is felt to issue from this "opening."
In this house of her peasant friends her powers first became manifest
through the queer antics of furniture 'and bric-a-brac. But her rise in fame
has been spectacular. The humble servant and saleswoman,' turnedT out of
her first employment for her ignorance and laziness, is now the protege of
nobility-the Duke of the Abruzzi Is among her patrons--and the confidante
of scientists. Incidentally, her mediumship!) has made her wealthy.
But she is still the peasant woman, her coarseness softened a little by
suffering and by traces of the stress of many seances, her eyes sharpened a
little with the native shrewdness of her class.
On one occasion, she was staying with the grajd duke-s In Saint Peters-
burg; -the grand duchess often sent for her to come and talk to her or keep
her company in the drawifig-room, but when visitors came she made an
Imperious sign. showing her the door. Twice Eusapla rather reluctantly
obeyed, but at last she rebelled, and, planting herself in front of the princess,
she sald: "Madame la Grande Duchesse, you doubtless mistake me for a
basket which Is carried to market when it is required and left in a corner
when it Is done with. Either I shall remain in the drawing-robm with all the
visitors, or I shall leave the castle."
And the princess by blood, not to discontent the princess of spiritism,
consented that she should remain In the drawing-room.-From 'Are the Dead
Alive?" In the D)elineator.


A National Art Center.
By Christian Britton.
NKNOWN to the general public and, until recently, even in higher
birces, Amnerta has, for over slxty years, possessed a National
GalWy of Art. It Is true that it required a special decree of
the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia in 1900, to
make the Inatituton an effective 'working body, but since that
time thie oil which for so long lay fallow has been tiled with
.* .a.p.edte, d areults. The sueeadve presentation to the
at, .j Wtis,t twevol-ath of the Harrit Lane Johnston -collction, the
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