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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 26, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31217909
lccn - sn 95047348
System ID: UF00075913:00011

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SAN MATEO, FLA., DEC. 26. 1908. P_ blish Wetly, $1.00 t tr.


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.Loa1 Weather Report.

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Mr. J. B. Boas spent Christmas
* hern with his wife.


Mr. Ueo. Rowland is expected
next week from Gloversville, N. Y.

Mrs. Mary L. Howard, of Jackson-
ille, is visiting Mrs. M. W. Crosby.

Miss Grace Ritchie, of St. Augus-
tine, sl spending the holidays in
Man imatei-


The Editor and hil son, Alden,
are on a trip to-day with Mr. How-
ard and Mr. Bean to Dunn's Creek.

Prof. Claude Tingley, of Stetson
University, Is home spending the
.hoidays with his another.

Christmas here was a beautiful
day of the "Spring Time" variety.
Lots of Santa Claus and big dinners
for old and young.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Oowen and
Miss Louise Gowen, of Crescent City
are spending a couple of days with
Mrs. M. W. Crosby.

Capt. McNabb, Miss Meloabb,
:" s Daisy Livlngton and Mrs. Fish-
S~~, of Palatka, were calling on
S friends here last Sunday afternoon.

SM, sad Mr. Harvey Abrams, of
e w&i5. Y., arrivd the past week
u 1 M pI& p 'u amo time with Mr.
o Slt s ister Mrs. Chas. Stock-

Wlt Saturday for
vbq he w t il owk
Abu& per as the
t v eaa o94w


There Is to be a New Year'a dance
of large proportions in the Athletic
Club rooms at Palatka next Thurs-
day night. San Mateo people are
invited to come and help hi the fun.

The new launch "Lilly 0." be-
longing to Mr. Chas. E. Rowton, of
Palatka, has just been equipped
with a new wheel that makes her
one of the swiftest crafts on the
river.
Capt. Will Boyd, of Palatka, hasI
the contract for rebuilding the San
Mateo wharf. A crew of men under
Mr. Appleby began work last Moin-
day morning and have made good
headway toward a new dock this
week.
Mrs. F. A. Bailey, Harry Bailey
and Miss Robinaon .went to Palatka
Wednesday but the sights of the
Gem City were to much for theig
for they failed to know when it was
train time. A launch brought them
home later.

Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Briggs, Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Stevens and Mrs. V. F.
Parker, all of Brooklyn, N. Y., are
spending a short time at the Byrlyn.
Mrs. Briggs and Mr. and Mrs.
Stevens came direct to Miami for a
day's fishing returning here yester-
day morning.

Mr. Myron Howard and Charles
Bean came up on the former launch
from Jacksonville Thursday to spend
Christmas with relatives and friends
here. It has been long time since
the many friends of these old San
Mateo boys have had a chance to
greet them and it is a pleasure to see
them once more. They left to-day
for a trip up Haw Creek and across
to Dupont returning next week to
Jacksonville.
Hillsborough County has appropri-
*ted, through its County Conm-
umissioners, $8,000 for a county ex-
hibit at the State Fair, and Thomas
M. Wier, of Tampa, has been ap
pointed commissioner to prepare the
exhibit. The Hillsborough exhibit
will not be in competition for big
county prices, but enterprising citi-
uns of the county realise that money
buold not be expended in a more
beneficial manner that In making an
aUttretive estiblt at the F1Ir.

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Cured Him. "4
According to the Philadelphia Re-
cord, William Bradey, a veteran of
the Civil War and a devoted son of
Ireland, who liven in ernnantown,
told a good joke bn himself at the
last camp fire held by the comrades
of Ellis Post, No. 6, (. A. R.
It appears that Bradey was out of
sorts a few days ago, and his wife
sqnt for the family physician, who
wrote a prescription after examining
him. Handing the lIescription to
Mrs. #Pkdey, the docto upon de-
parting, said: "Just let fur husband
take that, ind you'll tli lie will be
all right lia short time."
Next day the doctor called again,
when Mrs. Bradey opened the door
to him, her face beaming witLnhlles.
"Bure, that was a wonderful wee
bit of paper you lit yesterday," she
explained. "William is better to-
day."
"I am glad to hear that," said thel
much-pleased meUical man.
"Not but what I liadn't a big job to
get hlm to swalldiv it," wenLjn the,
wife; "but, sure, I just wrapped up
the wee bit of paper quite small and
put it in a spoonful oeamn, and Wil-
liam swallowed 4t unbeknownst, and
by night he was entirely better."


Cypress Shingles for

Weather Boarding

Every House in Florida
should be weather boarded
with "Tilghnan's" 6x20 Cy-
press Shingles. Needs no
I Paint. Not Expensive. Al-
ways Looks lWell. For par-
ticulars write to

N. J. TILG IMAN & SONS
Box L, Palatka, Fla.


IN CIRCUIT COWIT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, PUTNAM
COUNTY.-In Chancery.
James C. V. Bailey
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Clara Hurley Bailey o
T APPEARING BY AFFIDAVIT APPKND.
ed to the bill tiled in the above stated cause
that Clara lIurley Bailey the defendant there-
In named In a non-realdent of the state of Flor.
Ida. and ihe Insa resident of the (City of Chicago.
In the State of Illinois, County of Cook. and re-
sides at 624 Washington Boulevard In saidCity ,
and she Is over the age of t renty-one years, and
that there is no person in tbe St-te of Florida.
upon wNmnil the sorviee of Mublijena would bind
such 1ifendant; it is therefore ordered that
said non-resident Defendant be and is hereby
required to appear to the Bill of Complaint
filid in "aid rau' ,i or Ibefore Monday. the
FIRST DAY OF FEIBItUAi, A. 1). ItU*,
otherwise the allegations of maid bill will be
tsken aa confeoused by said lDefendant.
It is further ordered that this order be pub-
once a week for 4 c ,naecutive wee In the San
Mateo Item a newspapr publjohcd In maid
County and State.
Witness my band and official Heal this. the
16th day of )ecember, I9WI.
I[ XAL..) JOSPHII PICKED,
Clerk Circuit Court.


K. N. CALHOU'N KEa.,
Solicitor for Complainant.


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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 hbet
Christnmas presents you can get.
Write to-day.
FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY,
Jacksonville, Florida.


SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

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Tae romt sta PpeW
DAILY AND SUNDAY. leMONIT
Tbre MonaM. IJAO ixs moadh. SOM
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Tke fi'm.r ai fVdt 6m&er.
Toed to Agdaultua &ad CItruhFnltsL. Lie
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ma ayauru ou uor iw..p .
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EARLY VEGETABLES
WRITE FOR STENCIL AND MARKET REPORT.


SOUTHERN VEGETABLES


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TANGERINES. .. .. o* .. .. .. ........ .... .. .. .. .. GRAPEFRUIT.
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Stencil and Market Letters on Application,


..References: Harry Jennings, Tibbals, Fla.; Saegar Bros., Ankona, Fla.; C.
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Punta Gorda, Fla.; Consolidation National Bank, and all mercantile agon.
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PlAc7ATIO R O

that J. H.
f Tax Certif-
the Oth day of
ledM said certlfcate
p 'b hw made applica-
isb li ne s ecord-
a. Jid. eertlficate eam-
llolt dooribed prop.
SIla Patam County,


t Beek9 M, Palatka.
Sl maid land being assessed at
Sate of the issuance of such cer-
to laIn the name of.Calvin Gillis.
Stiles said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, :ax deed
will Issue thereon on the 28th day of
SDecember, A. D~ 108.
Witness muy official signature and
seal this the 20th (lay of November,
A. D. 1908. JOSEPH PRICIK,
[(eal] Clerk Circuit Court.
Putnam County, Florida.
By R. RAYMOND PRICE, I). C. 1121


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that R. H.
Browning. purchaser of Tax Certif-
icate No. 20. dated 8d day of April,
A. D., 1898,. has filed maid certfifeate
In my oftle, atnd has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate a.m-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam County,
Florida, to-wit:
Nw>, of nwL4. Section 32, Towiin-
ship 8, Range 2 '-4- Acres.
The said lalad l)'inlg assessed( at
the date of iSluafl(e of such certif-
ieate inI the nattme of No-wimin.
Unless said c'rtifiate li small hie re-
d(eemed according t41 law. tax (le* ,,I
will is Ue thereoi oni tho 28tli day oil
Decemelwr, A. I)., 191is.
WVitlne's any otlicial signatur-, n11lt
st'al this the 21ith day oil Nov IilI.,
A. D., l0h. JosKIs PaK'E.
[Seal.] ('lrk (' irc it ('C rt.
I'utnami ('o nltvlt. F'loridta.
By Jos. l'ri'o-, Jr.. 1). C. 11ni21


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NOTICE OF A PPLICvATrIONFOR
TAX I)EED.
Notice Is hereby givc-ii thit It. H.
11r4)waiimg. p urchats'r 4f Tax (''rtif-
Irate No. 876 dated the6th tiay oif J uly
1991 ham filed staid oet'rifieawt in mny
office, and has miadet' fpiliefttimii for
tax deed to Issue 'inl aee4rdiane" withI
laiw. Said certificate m mblra..'oiothei
fo)IowiOiICdestcribe'd property sit,-
LaItted(l nPu t~taimi XCunaty, Florida,
to-wit:
Nl~ o~ f aw 14, Sec~tion17)1I, Townsip81
M, limag.' 24-M4) Acores.t
'iThe sa idl j(I IitioIld )4.if t ag JmeO'sed at
lie. (fl 4 (I'Iill#. ofiss titef- of such' Ii e rt if-
(itto. in otw Iinamo. or Il'ikiiown iNo'. 42.
(' idi-ss said(*44m F Iiloivteri.' I IIll be re-
&IeotiiotI -d('v411(ii tg to, law. tax dleed
will isst$w4 t ht l re' im i 1 t Iii 28th idity of

W~itmaos-, my utlltial sivn.rawttr.' iand

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that R. H.
Browningpurchaner of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 17, dated tile st day of July
A. 1)., 1901, has filed said certificate
in my office, and has made applica-
ion for tax doed to Issu in accord-
anee with law. Said certificate em-
brace<* the following doncribed prop-
erty situated it Putnam county,
Florida, to-wit:
NwA4 of t404, Section 28, Township
8, Itango 25,-40 Acres.
Tith Ksaid land being asse14ed at the
diate of the issuance of such certifl.
cnto in the nane of Wian. Bryan.
I'leltss said certificate shall be re-
doi-mediitl ac' will issue tlereon oil the 2Sth day of
Dfecie,,i r A. I)., 1908.
WI it ass my iotilciall singinat tire and
sial thii, tlhe 20th today of Noveilnber
A. I)., IWS. Jo)sE|'l P il',,
iS.t'l. (Clerk circuitt Coutrt,
I'amita ('outnty, Florida.
Ily .lIs. PiitI', JR., l). C. no21


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Notice is hereby given that It. H. Noti e is he'rely giviia that It. II. lBrowning pi) u'alias-'r oIf Tax (' rlifl-
Browaning. purchaser of Tax C'ertif- Browning. piurilhaiso-r of Tax ('ertif- .cate Nio. s. datod tih-. 4Ilt dav oif No-
icate No. 16, dated 4th day of No- iciatt' No. 4. dated 2d day of Jum', A. .<'iher. A. I., l5.', lau fin d saiti
member )189, has filed said certiflcait i D). Ir2 lihas filed said ( c.rtiil.ato in tamly c e rtifieate' ill iil ay lllft itadl Ihais iaiado,
in my office, and has made applica-it otlec, alindI lits ll(made applications lafor application for tax deeld to i ssio' inll
lion for tax deed to issue in accord- tax do.ed to issNl in aeeridaci'' with a'ord a'c with law. Said (oertif-
anoe with law. Said certificate #mia- law. Said certilfitate on rlacoes tlile. icate 'lambraets the following do-
braces the followinL described prop- following d.,cM'riled property ,hit iia.- wrilied property' ituato'd in i'ut alitll
erty situated in Putalam (County, ed in lPilutlaml Coutnty, Florida, County, Florida, to-wit:
Florida, to-wit:- to-wit: S.14 oil" tiel14, less 2 A illn i o ('tr.
Nwk of ne, i nd nll of sw, of of W f n4 alnd ai t of sw4, See- Sectionl 21, To'wisrlip 8, Italg.' 2-
nem f Sections Township 8, Hange tion 21, Township 8, Ita1igto 25- 3S Acres.
-40 Aocres. 100 Acres. Th'Ie aid land oiinag ass, .si'-d at
Theedal laud being assessed at Thoi aid land Ihoiag assehhsed at thii.d lto. of tiet, ialouancli.. of U14UtI cl."r-
th date of Issuanoe of such certif- the date of issunceli of such certif- til.ate, ill tl nanlaao of it. S. D)icker-
leate l the namne of J. W. Tedder. icate In th li naming of I'nknowni. son.
Unless salad .ertifUate shall be re- UUnless said cortifIoate lshall hIo re- Inlao.ss said certificat, shliall hIe re-
deemed aaeordling to law. tax deed deelned according to law. tax de,-d de'.ined according to law. tax deo-d
will iasue thereon on the 28th day of will issue thereon on the 2Hth day of will issue thureoi on thl 28th of D).-
De-mber, A. D., 19L0. December, A. D.. 190t8. member, A. D., IU0o.
Wiloes my oMelal signature and Witness my offlcial signature and Witnuews any offihal *ig nature and
Sthe dih of November, seal this the S:h day of Novemiuber A. seal thiN the 20th day of Novoiemtir,
S JPawO, D., 1908. Josarpi PRIOM, A. 1). t19U. JoaPuti Pai'K,
a-t 1ort1 [eC Olerk Cireuit Court, t[&al] Clerk Circuit Court,
Sl unamw County, Florida. Putnam County, Florida.
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tNOTICE( )F h"APPICAT(~~lION I"OR.
TFAXN 1)i'EE).
Niita4'oIs hiOri'oIIv .iven ithait It. 11.
I11'.41'aaiia"'. plinaaz lehij..o'fit' Tax 0 4 ortf-
I N -1o,.2O. ':m i t. i tlf eI it- (.1 lity ofl.1 Illy
A. 1). i.IWI late'.filed P-aid cert ifivat.'
I aal Illy otht.i ald laik ~ilud'. lppija iit-
t1411lfill. tI\ 'j*vd jto ~ri) haip( III l-io'''a if-
11114-4. %% MIt Ia iiw. 'sii cl'4t ithtitte evlal-
l)'iOw' taif-Olowitii~ ig O-pcibl*Ie4 i loiji-
4.Iiy Isittlhat*4l i ll I'timiiii ('..iaaty.
INo4. 1 441"""I o .so-etiota 31t, Tlow 11 aP.1 1
S, Itnaage.25-i10 Avejs.
1,11#1 poiICI lald i ieliag llbi14N0.(ilit 11119
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icit ea t il 0104ian tt. if tf'V. (Q. IItr w il.
11 ifloss ,,n iid eort i Iheat o4s-iAmI Ibe
1*41140. ilt.41 iiet 14'4!(i(IIBto4) 1*w. tax diflt~
will Is,'114o theroa.'ia til the 2stla (lily of

Wi'if-0 I lls ny 401110161sidgiauitr.*and
selal thjisithet'Wtha day oif Novemtber,

Clork Cireuit Court, Putiam Coutity,
Floridaa.
By Joa. lurte, Jr., ID. C.
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IOr E eence Yours for Asking.


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All Oranges, Orapefruit, Pineapples, Etc., handled ex-
clusively on consignment basis. Today Is the day to
write us what you have. Quotations both by mall or


telelgra'ph sent on application. DON'T FORGET that
today Is the day. Write for stamp or stencil.


113 Dock Street, Philadelphia


Tangerines, J

Vegetables, r'

Etc., to

RH DEATWYLER &Co-,
Philadelphia, Pa.
For stencils, stamps or ny Infor-
mation commulcnite with Orlando
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Established 1884.
24 Years Experience in Selling Florida Oranges.


Cerrish Brothers


Commercial St. BOSTON.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.


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Members of Naional League C onmmssion Merchants of U. &.
Reference: The Item, 4th Nat.. Bank, Boston.
WRITE US FOR STErNCIIA,


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SPECIALTIES: Pineapples, Oranges, Gra;'efruit, Early Vcget.ibles.


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recommendation a house can have. Write
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FRUITS and PRODUCE


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FRUITS AND PRODUCE.


SCopm mission Merchants,
N9. 84 PAK PLACE, NEW YORK.
"t.OIUA PI SAPbS, ORAPIFRUIT, ORANGES AND VEGETABLES
. .... .. SPOIALtW&S.


FANEUIL HALL MARKET,


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


BOSTON, MASS.


ESTABLISHED 1867.

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


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GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,


Vegetables in Season.

Ueo. B. Long & Co.,
149 Michiran Street. Buffalo. N. V.
WE HAVE BRANCH STORES AT ERIE, PA., AND OIL CITY, PA.
REFERENCES:
Florida Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.

If you wish to keep posted on
market prices in



BOSTON


Ask F. M. Leonard & Company


for their regular fruit quotations.


Peruvian Guano

ANALYSIS: Mechanical Condition:
Am0onla, 2 per cent. Exceptionally Fine.
Total Phosphoric Acid, 14 p. c. Price $27.00 per too.
Potash, L70 per cent. TRY SOME.



Choice Seed Potatoes

8paulding's Rose No. 4.
SRed Bliss Triumph.


Per heavy crops of fine shipping potatoes
ue our well known IDEAL POTATO MANURE.


Wilson & Toomer
FERTILIZER CO.,

TscksonirSlle, FIlF ridc.


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,TE mE CTwtT EATE


mem e1 s lt. old at It
y mr value In the
trademe and paves the W"y lnp
other credit. A fellow will ttok
heap mere of you If you pay w
one fie-dollar bill than with O@e
ones. A Inudtal of chlesa 41o@d
indicates that you had to do .%D
'pretty lively bustling to get the
money, and that there isn't much loe.ft
where that came from. A men who
re*aHy has money can afford -to p
In pennies If he feels like it, but
he who has but little can keep up
hs credit only by using large bills."
-New York Times.


His Explanation.
Some evenings ago the wife of a
local lawyer was giving a formal din-
ner, but the courses were served as
far as the entree before the hostess'
husband made his appearance. He
did not explain the reason of blis
tardiness beyond the usual "Detained
on Important business," and natural-
ly the bad quarter of an 'hour was
reserved by the offended wife until
a more propitious moment. When
the guests had departed and they
were by themselves she prepared to
upbraid him.
"You might have come borne early
for once," she began in teary tones.
"Well, if I had, some of your dear-
est friends would have spent the
night in Jail," he replied.
Then he explained that he had
been busy bailing two of her women
friends out of jail. They had been
run in for speeding. The explana-
tion sufficed and peace was restored.
--San Francisco Call.


Bays the 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
oif 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.


SHIP IT TO


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M RS. ELIZABUTH R. MAktIW,
M88 Bowen Avenue, Chicago, Ill.,
Chaplain Garfield Circle, writes
"Peruna has been a blessing to oar
family, for a good many years, a# we
have all used it off and on for ooldp 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.
M y head was stopped up, I hadfrontal
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 e~$
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 med&-
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-
grodients of Peruna.
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laative.
V O .LsiOon a unv ivA .)sv
PREE ,PERUNA ALMANAC.

Epitaph on a Bore.
He was not for a time but all day.
-Punch.


A little mistle-toe Is a dangerous
thing.-Life.


listablishid .1871


E. B. REDFIELD & CO.
WHOLE SALE

Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,
Receivers of Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pineapples and all kinds at Southern
Vegetables.
References: First National Bank
of Tampa, Fla., The National Bank NO. 212 DOCK STREET
of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia;
'the B. O.'Painter Fertilizer Cornm.PHILADMT
bany, Jacksonville, Fla.
I WILL IAM H. GROCOTT, Representative.


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^ob Raitway. The de.
S:ft le4uartkrs of a rnue
; ta the river wharf.
"Avantagee and Attractions.
S n Mate e has good shelled roads
a .. d .mUes of hard sidewalks. Beauti-
tl wateroaks line both sides ut
S street, and aee overhead in many
.^ *"t* eImaA 'Apoo jnoeI ), spool
Ae .oA|91P p1n a 3op jo WqL O 'A 'Oajo0
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; p lIl eoqim *'d"Uo1od japJo Leuom
e *we.zdx9 *ouoqdal1 'qd.asopio 'slooqas
,: f*SAMJd ps oilqnd 'eaqajnqo o&M,
The place is incorporated, but no
town tazes have been collected for
Over tn years; the many public im-
provements are made by the push and
generoafty of the citizens and pulling
together. The state and county taxes
are about 20 mills on about one-third
+ valuatlon.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tur-
hey, ducks and quail, black bass ai:d
other Ylortla fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to ten dol-
lars per week; $2.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
the San Matco Frtuit Company's grove
here last season.
One of the best advantage Sam
Mateo enjoys is transportation; being
on both river and rail is an advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. The
past season, for inptanoe, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
S, more than congested and fruit ship-
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, in some eases,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
en route to northern markets, and
did not bring' enough to pay freight,
while San Matoo shippers, at same
time. would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksonville
on the Clyde ship the next. This lt-
" 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-
portaUoa and cheap rates that come
with competition, in selecting a Flor-
Ida l cation.
The population is about 860, who
came mostly from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive and sociable. Have a bet-
ter class of homes than can be found
la any place in the south of its sisO.
The buildings kept painted and
rounds In good order.
Healthfulness
On aeemt of Its high altitude.
S reroe tmo bbalthler spot Ia Florida
w all the year rou.and or for the via.
or visitors, for those who come to
P Marida o. aeosw ofl health, many
a 4 this higher attitude, dry a d
tsly asr. It bettor tua the lowe.
Sore )oard sir ftaod la eaM wer


GRADER.
S resut of 1 years experience as builder of HIGH-RADE FRU IT GRADERS. A prfet reader, as
to operate, eamnnot bruise the fruit, cannot clog in the machine, lightest r umning and most up to date maeblu
athe market. Special Psoking House Machinery built to order, SuppAll:d, Equipment, Etc. Write me
Nong1 you want Nothing too small to receive m1 personal attention. All kinds of turned work to i
for prices and circulars write the inventor and manufacturer.


EDW. N. MAULL, Palatkia, Florida, U. 5. A.


cattle and hog, secui to be profit-
able.
As an lns'anc for pro;!' I: i ..
orang grove, Mr. B. F. Dotn y, from
less than sevrt rcr, ; Li.st ,.a..;.. ,
whipped $6,200 worth of fruit.
So'I.
The soil varl. s *t rnat deal from
high pitr, to low n.i.i hI h h lirii.:;'ck,
all within a rilhe. s- that lands for
any purpose or crops (cal bc .(r'lred
Ban Mateo can b-e reac'e-l lioi
Jacksonville by Florlda I'aLt <';:Ut
railway or Pthach ..id Milt, r lin,
steamncrs (see tline thsb!< (l.o r
In this ppecr). The Clyd"l's St. Joh-s
river steamers arrive here about 10
p. m. ao do not advise this rourc.
Fare B. & MI line $1 2.;; railroad .
from Jf-cksonvllpe.
launch htalnbow l.-avts Palatka
every vOternoon at Ir .". Lucas line
steamers 2 30 p. i c\vcry dany bu:
Sunday.
B. & M. line from P'alatka .? p. in
Tuesday, rittr.~ s, :,::i' E..t;urdayb,
ind there' tr.dlus l it:. on P. 1E. <'
ra!way. Fare frori Palahka 25 cents
any route. tf


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When in Pilatki don't FIail to visit tho Wonderland
Theatre. Tho MO)VING Pl( Tl : II()\V of quality.
Entire chanigo of progra'inu i'uacanli eight.


Admission ioc. Children


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FRUIT WRAPS


PLAIN AND PRINTED


8" MATEO CIGARS.


/ None better. See ad on page
$or prices and sample boxes.
them a triaL 8. W. ROWLEY.


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HOUSES TO RENT.


Purnished, comfortable, nicely sitt
Umted. Write REAL ESTATE AGEN
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PALATKA, FLA.


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FIRST-CLASS ORANGEBOXES

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES

Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated NalI
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Seed s $4,5 ad we'll pack and ship you this rocker
that regularly sells at retail stores for $7.50o. Boston leather
sat and back with Prruch ruffle at top. Made of oak,
Aished oldeu and highly pollshedl. Mahogany fnialsh if
desired. You can savc lots of money by buying dlret
=rlshelcor7 that buys lumber la Ig lots, makes |ahig
but chain and sells them right here in the South to 7y at
u le-'5aving you heavy freight charges and retailers'
rofts. Our big free estaloge shows over aoo different
minds of chairs for parlor, dining room, kitchen, porch,
lawn, store, office-all sizes and styles-all at lowest bar.
gain prices. Every chair guaranteed exactly as repre.
seated or your money back. You take no risk what
ever. Mall postal to-day for Catalogue and special
Christmas List. Means dollars In your pocket. *
RU IIICAMWI FACTET. emutmNimoaanel., Jchuau L


A. Gerber


& Son,


Dealers In


Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
of all descriptions. Undertakors and Embalmers.
Jtst arrived complete line Crockery and China Tableware, Hotel
waMe, Toilet Sots, Odd Pieces China Glassware, Lamps, etc.


106-112 FRONT ST., PALATKA.


KE/NN ER Lg H HARDWARE
Are County Agents for the
OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS
Also for the
PIANUT JUNIOR CULVIVATORA
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CIGARS, TOILET ARTICLESk TO.
Tilghman's Condition Powders fer Cttle, Horte nPd ShGP
An excellent appetizer for dometio animals, fatteintl, a gitv
a sne appearance and glossiness of cost. It 1 as lf&aIM Ible care for
ISIg" ia cattle, and Is also specially recommended for hog shOlft,
etc.


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Sele agents, AOIRLMAN & STBWART, Ptalatka l '
Full directions on back of box. '
PALATKA, . . FLORIDA.

FI RST-CLASS


Orange Trees For Sale
GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES, PINEAPPLES AND OTHER VARIrTIE&
LOW PRICES.
F. C. COCHRANE, Palatka, Fla.
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WHOLESALE STATION ERY-BIGGEST LINE. '


IUse, ,TOVB8 of all kinds, Cooking Itesstfl4 HlaMe, Trace OhMl4
Plo Castings, Spaes, Hoes, Shevela, Rakes, Lawa iaws, W ie,
Poultry and Fence Wire.
PALATKA. AlO


Watch Palatka and This Section.


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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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stationary engines, boilers and saw
mills; all woodworking machinery;
all kinds of saws, belting and mill
supplies.
We have many thousand of satUs-
fled customers who will testify to the
merits of our goods.
It will pay you to get oar 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
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Sth tU othe ar rushed owa tha* a flwt
a he aM red a oregovit r"an "O"H o to
l(lth, sm-ot at te 0teo y A sentry at the fir trouble fgtk t ot t
w-t 0 "tt omger of the stockade also fred. so TherompOa Oregouer Mettate US*-
r^de ee boie ftrost.I""I- 'R convict running towatl the ly. but beeluning the soMAr 0ft"
A V' A mar With loaded eatbine6 isalk. tood More than a dozen shots were bade him tell the chief that be wtolW
,04 ablg the beach with orders to discharged after the fugitive, but evi. give him twenty-five sable-skas for 0
A t hiB hasten, and rhoot him if he dently with bad aim. iwrnilt.
Stt "tmpted to -esape. Gregorlev reached the border of the Patrln appears to have found this
This is not. ts some might be l',d forest which still surrounds Alexand- of greater interest, for ,prseatly.
to suppose, a fncilful picture of Rue. rovsk; abd although the whole gar- (;regoroiv lingered about, the soldier
Sby the eye of an inhumanity but la quoted from an risjn was turned out. h, got away enme after him to say that if he would
attested statement of the manner in 'to fast and far that they f, ecd to fetch in twenty-five sable-kins, the
It4 spirit of which prisoners are treated at Alex. overtnko him. The magazine" oif .tLhe permit would le forthcoming.
androvsk. carbine which had so foruniT'sly 'The next day this curious kind ef
Snd ward keep Whlly unturod to such hardship, fallen Into his htnds contini-l five offMcial transaction was accomplished;
ff v at. 1 hoe Cregoirev fell ill on the third day ball cartridges. Straunge o .s:t', .o, and bout a week later the pretended
to melome home earth's wan- of a throat tr-hiblo, with fver: but the intense excliterment of i-i nilvn- iGliak serurei passage for himself
after lying unattended for ' his cell, was sumn'oncd before the a cure to his illness! B< i from Put to Yezo.
"'"W t4 1 prison superintendent. charged A 'th Ultimately, he nade' hl; w. y to a From Yez'-uslng his furs to pay
f i gning illness Tbhi o.'flcil wa;, village of Giliakq, in th,' ni.orth pmIt their way--they voyaged to Kobe,
none othrr than the notorious. P'at- ,f the fi.lnd. nearly two huin.lred arnd thence to Yokohama.
rin. whose name has grown infamous miles from Alcxandr,v'.0; ;ndl .tih At Yokhamn Oregoriev disposed of
i A Tale for cruelty in loth hemispheres. these people he lived fir tw y< % ) I ii-; ri-.'inlinig sixty odd sables for
:( bl Yet he sreem to hnvo been a mnn The o ('h w v hn y t m of Clhvu hundred dollars,
O* $jrllpproved by the ltuslain g vernnimnt. old Glllak hunter of the- vill.r.,. vI ,i i-,..,.0;:aitoly took passage on the
-o S khu l I since it was Patrin whom the Japan- had trained( him from a piuppy ;1' "iic ,in:.il :tanmr, Korea, for San
ST PAUL M CeOSO se fot:nd in charge of the" Sakhit:n With the possession ,f <'hiff. : :. I:' n,.0 eno
3iT IPAU_ MX CO::OX : pisrins when they captured the islanI riv hr'gan life as a .su;h( ,n *- '; "; 5:ha ,,' ,e ~capedl from Sakhalin; but
.MeWg WN1eI* ,t. .j . u*gW9%W in June last. and gradually. as ho' aic'.ti'i''.,t I !i *\:, litt! Chuff who had made It
White all over with the exception Patrin it desrrliyrd as a hugei man. these 1>,he .uitlfitl pe'tr 'i, th' he,, t. io, po '":! for him.
of his left ear and the end of hib six f,'et throo inchr s In height anii he might us them as a ". ; 1in \-r-,ila. K<'scuisko Gregortev
tall, broad betwixt the eyes, but with i'hing two hundred and thirty e -CJpi took root in his n1.,i,... :,a\ 1 in 'f,. annw without reference
a peaked nose, rather slim legs, and potind3. Allowance ipu'.t (eve'r i His3 a.ti.luty :i s a i: nt. , \ ', to htin ;t;i t Inliido,l i he has already
about the size of a fox-terrier-such made for an official who ha,; t ) I t':' ( bo iitlds. Thro'igh ut *i i':v ,!( in S lI -'rancisco; but I am
is "Chuff." with hartdencd crinilnals. There ti4 Inteonl' :as ww:,s the. (' I t! -, ino s' "', .' tItt "huff. When I saw
Of what particular breed or strain abundant evidence. however, that this rangil thli talga, pn.ti .I Ii:. *' *lil:; I:1 ti,' lit '. (1o wore a somewhat
of dogs he is, I am quite unable to man, l Patrin. habitually- perip trat'd t;it f:sItnIcss: s of th it . ,i ho ',l aind li l,' s air, as of one wlise
say. But he is a Glliak dog. and needless cruelties. and was a rnffian evn li,' hardy nati,- s 1 I, v ,r o.en i?)'tin" is won. I fancy that he
what might be called a canine expert. I worse than those o\er whom he lru!,.l cnu. They called :t :'** ,' on' I mnihit pr('fE'r catching sables
He has a record of ov(r a hundred Y4et avarice rather than crui Ity 1' on, '. < huff l.o() ap;-.-1 l t') t 'l i .i h : litut. alas! there are no
sasble-skins. caught all by himself and i the dominant trait of his nature. T!hb roniething of th hith. I: ',,ji''r '. iin An ri1a. although I have
brought hom to his master. lie was miaost ast',nishing storiess are told of it of his mast er.' ;,i .1I. ,.ti i .T d1 i!>t thi:t' the high forests of
wont to set off into the taiga alone. his grc'ed fer money. three v ihbls. I' .-.Siorna Ne.vaid;as and the whole
hunt till he caught a sable, then fetch Translated into English, the fol j As a re.slt iof his It i ", win i hint l{l"',y Nlimtmitin rang-, from Wyom-
brought home to his master lie wn, lowing is said to have bo n what ing with ('huff,. (r gri v 1l; ni. ii;t\. ii g1 iIethA.nr to AlA.ska, would prove
sable-hunter at the little native vill- passed between Patrin and the young Ithren" skifis, :w,'h strett hii (,: a t:ii f aL ,n:t :. lC itanit:t for them.
lage of Nucharo, in the northern por- convict: strip of fir wood. And why not Who will be public-
tion of the island of Sakhaklln, taught "You think to Impose on me?" lhut how was he' to <': a, fi l 0t ti '; itl 1 ,i. 1: 1 to Import half a dozen
him, and afterward presented him to "But I am indeed I'l!" ls-,la'"ed hyp r'l)or<-in !.; .: i !rt lwnri i (ir s of : s from t Sile'ra. and set
a young political exile, named Grego- "Shirker!" ed by stormy s o"i-. s.i'' ow on \\;i- Illh i fti'rc In these' r'goiins of Amer-
riev. And it is duo to Chuff's skill "The work is beyond my strnnth; permitted to lav i' te' put I '." ifa? It trniv't prove the beginning
that Gregoriev escaped from Sakha- I am unused to anything like it. I Dui and AlexanIovs-: ,ave I):'.- ,fit'i:l of "i :tre' fir indllstry for the future
llin and is now in America. cannot endure the chill. I was numh permit? Y-Nwih'ls ci'n !n ion.
The story of Kcsciusk9 Gregoriev from cold all day." The plan (;reg riev lfina.llv r I --otrt
is not unlike that of thousands of Patrin rose d>,litvtiately and took '(rd to was to .'isli.- !.i,-i.lf asi TOWBOAT TO OPN CHANNEL.
others in Russia, but none the less a step forward. "Yru sry that to (;i!iak hunter andi an,"'. t ) th 1, ri:, 'nT
pitiable on that account. He came of t me!" chief in pers.ni. r 1:' ; r ci ; ) i
a good family in Russian Poland, and "Only give me \\ ,:: that I can of sa4bl,-.skiis to olbt:i *' i (I.n il"' l) iiia, a tri ani of the Danu.
wase a student first at Prague, after- do." permission. That h,' itl:'r .,l a;;p:' i ,'i ; s.'.,.,n, i' il:t'd one of tho
ward at Moscow. About a year be. I "Hold your ton',.o!" Patrin again after, th.' ti itiiis (f loOst ,l .'.stiig uist)oins of the Aus-
fore the coronation of the present "I would rather i.i, than walk In their last me,-ting l-p.' i n 1 l 1 :ri:. i '. ,; 's., that of carrying their
Tsar, Nicholas II. Gregorlev, then bat that cold water again." the boldmiess a nd .,o; n o:" (;,. ,o t I ": : r'1.,t r ;air" apIpliances with
seventeen years of age, was concern. Thereupon Patrin struck him in the rie-v's character. '* ,',. I:" 'll th' channel. Tow-
ed in a public demonstrated"' which face with his fist, knocking him down. His two yva.r';s .* si ,., :,,, :. t il t. i i tlst st ream were
proved disp!oesing to autocratic auth- For some monmnts Gregorlev lay (,;iiak, hw .r, h: l al hl:n ) (,f',Il (;llIt h I' 'hinld shift-
ority. It appears to have been lit- senseless, but was roused by kicks simulalhte, the b":rii l ',:' ,f "i I,. l th t his'no Iti ongeni-
tie more than a boyish outburst of from the two soldiers who ha'! (;iliak hunter to lp-rc,.- i ,.I. i !I. ,! 1 ~ '1' li h'lowU tins'lf of ear-
Sprts, such as n ths country brought him up to th h:i room. big harrow, on a
high spirits, such as In this country brought him Up to the ochif's room. pi ked up th, i" ., ... ;i ,. IV, ., .. 11..


or in England or France, the govern-
ment would never think of noticing.
But not so with Russian autocracy.
For merely a few shouts in the
streets, forty of the students were
arrested. After examination twelve
were tried for sedition, and five re-
ceived IK4 sentences, three to Sredni
Kolymak, "the dreariest place on
earth," north of the arctic circle. in
Siberia, and two to the island of Sak-
halin. Gregoriev was one of the lat-


He regained his feet. Patrin sto-d
regarding him with a scornful smill'.
But there is a point at which hunian
nature turns desperate. Hoping that
they would kill him on the s:4pot. and
making little doubt that they would
do so. Grevgriev sprang suddenly at
the chief, and clutching both hands !t!
his beard, thrust him backward with
all his strength. Patrin shouted to
their guard : but Gregoriev had! him
going rapidly backward. To the left


ter. I of the table was an open do 'w"'e'..
Order is heaven's first law, and and just outside this a flight of stalls
laws must be enforced. But even to leading down to the street, where.
the most stanch advocate cf law and as it chanced, three, horses stood
order there is something abhorrent In saddled. Iefor., the guards could
thus blighting five young lives for seize him, Gregoriev pushed the gi-
an ofense so trivial. A life sentence gantic body of tno chief through the
to Birednl Kolymak. or to Sakhalin, doorway. The next instant they b -th
is worse than death, went headlong known the flight of
Oregorlev's companion in exile, stairs, carrylog one of -he aoldl Kristan Merroe, committed suicide by with them. Such was the impe'tui of
Jumping from the convict transport, their fall that Gregoriev shot under
Yaroselv, while It was on the way the belly of one of the horses, land-
frot Castries .ay to Alezandrovsk Ing In the street beyond the animal.
it a .khM"n The soldier's carbine flew clear over
After ..hi arrival at Alexaadrqvsk, the horse's back. Patrin himself
GN"Il'ey was first confined la thM had fallen underneath the other two,
'I184t prison." so caJled for four bellowing for help and threatening
them put at hard labor, In them air.
I f ba btter ,to ;11it. 1Leapit to his feet. Gregoriev
XM. HMe V Wt t tow 'se ath4 up the earbie, his ant furl.

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this time< his h: ir h:il gr,~ :w l'- ,I' n
shaggy. Ity mi making utl' v f a .* ,'
tion of oak bark, hi staiedl i.b: !;'"
to l;e)k llke. thi' native's, ;a lI pr;i-
ti' I! protruding his lips. after t!'f
n maniii'r of thltes pt ':)..
Hav'ingi r solve .d t P I :,. I ,' v\. n
ture, he journiii''il lowvii to he \: n
ity of Ah%*xandr'o vhl': \()itli ;a d ;e ti:m .
*and as a pr -''liltib allrtilv in,,a:iMiil'-, oi:-
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I l i ', \ 3 i \\ I! I i t o it 'Il( to r:tIgI a enan.
I,' : iing. ()mi-' si'8-s theme very-
\ iti i]un() v.hrue there Is danger of
ha 14 v at r'. Out :n th(e lowsprit, in-
h' ;:,I 1. t ith usual anchor ready to
I*, t'ri, (l :1 the' first sign of trouble,
h *'it :tt iron rake or harrow,
S\\it :i t r;s ;i;v frame and with
-; ,'' or iteeth a fo.t in length and
il:t.!' .4 ]f lwavy iron bar sharpened


c'a'd i n s i' ,<1 l ,, ,-..T. : :i \VI I W Ithe towbont, advancing up
tle way ouitsi 1 ItII t ,t Afr 'i W; tremwi and so:ne-tilime, also, coming
with Chuff at his he' Is, ,t.. !,, '! ,town fi l :ahead of her, either by
about thi, plact' for sollin I. ;'.i-o tilng fI'.niji a skiff or by lnadvor.
fossing to und r.ier and hut '* w\)i.ri t,-oll ,.iiv ,runt inog a; ninst I, a new bar.
two of Hussian., th' ,-1,, t ; anchored. hoe line releas-
At las", hearing one. mniorin th't .iil.(i l an the' tiiinlmoat steams to tho
Patrin was giving au iprisonliet3 and oltiiH'r, irm'e igorlev WlInt lt I- possible lby means of a lighter
with them up-stairs to the :i,: ii r;,uiI r is droi'upped idireltly from the bow
which he and the chifnf ;a.- l et f th, .-h't ;i.-ner, and then the steam-
uncerenioniously two year !,-f' r '. l)at h:ik sV up at full power and drag
Patrin was sitting at a tabl., nn ii the harrow through the bar.
scarcely looked up. 1) had grown Ainy lie famiiliar with the case with
stouter, and his manner to the .oii which a swift river follows up such
victs was even more overhiearinA t'l i a stirring and eirodes Its own bot.
of 'old. For someni lini Gr(regoriev I t.O, will appreciate the result of the
stood regarding him with (crious lstn hemii'i. In a bhort tinie the channel
nations of repulsion and hatred; bt. is cut through to tho necessary
when his turn came, speaking In Gill- depth, the rake is hosted in, the tow
ak, he proffered a request for a p1'r pil('kd up and th% steamboat pro.
mit to visit some GOliakA of his trib. ceed's on a suffi'ient way. It is reatll
It Yeso. nt very different from the is W
"What's that?" growled Patric. scrater with which the Mla
"pak Russias." was opened' to Ot. Psal abeotl
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STATE SUNDAY SCHOOLS

To Hold Annual Convention at
Miami in March.

ULIST OF STATE OFFICERS
And Heads of th Differest Dopi
For the Ensulg Year


Anaace~d.
Jacksonville, Fla.-At the session
of the Florida State Sunday School
Convention, held in Ocala last April,
it was decided to hold the next con.
vention in Tampa. the date to be
fixed by the executive committee. It
has now been decided to hold the
convention on the 23rd, 24th and 26th
days of March next. The convention
held in Ocala was one of unusual in-
terest, and it is the earnest desire of
the state officers to have the Sunday
w schools throughout the state to take
an active interest in making the com-
ing convention exceed in interest and
profit any that has ben held in the
past.
The state officers of the coming
year are as follows: President, P. M.
Uljch; vice president, I. E. Munger;
secretary, Charles W. Kinne, all of
Jacksonville, and C. H. Newell, tread-
uter, Eustis. Dr. P. Ross Parrish
was chosen as international repro.
sentative of the state, and very ably
represented the organization In the
convention held in Louisville
The heads of the departments for
the ctate are as follows
Reed H. LaMance, Jacksonville, su-
pelrat4adent of adult classes; R. R.
.a', Tbor City, superintendent teach.
*ra* tra alag class; Mrs. 0. D. Weth-
elcrell, Tampa, superintendent prima-
ry work.
There will be representatives of
the International association present
at the state convention, and It is ear-
nestly hoped that the work In the
state may receive an accelerating Im-
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directed t o the repro
* ^B~l~fIs 00nagreee srbo b loria
. to be active and leave
, M oeaterned to prevent the
-rywQ out of enah b pl a .
y 0*iv 8Mt auiBT Mn n IiL
Plane for Reelvvlng Mr. Bryan As
* ume Definite Shape.
* Tamps, Fla.--General Albert W.
l Oilchrist, governor-elect of Florida, in
addition to formally opening the Flor-
ida State fair, February 3 next, has
consented to preside at the banquet
i to be tendered William Jennlngs Bry-
l an at the Tampa Bay hotel on the
evening of February 4. Plans for the
reception and entertainment of Mr.
and Mrs. Bryan have assumed defi-
nite shape. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan will
arrive in Tampa from Havana the af-
ternoon of February 8 and will spend
the evening quietly at the Tampa
Bay. February 4 Mr. Bryan will de-
liver an address at the fair grounds
and, later, will lay the cornerstone
of Tampa's new $100,000 Young Men's
I Christian Association building. The
banquet in the evening will be attend-
ed by the leading citizens of Florida
and neighboring states, including the
governor and his staff, the senators
and representatives of Florida in con-
gress and the state house officials. In
the meantime, Mrs. Bryan will be the,
guest of honor at a reception arrang-
ed by the Associated Women's clubs
of the city. |
LAND AIIf SITE.
t
| United States Government Purchases o
Tract at Black Point. f
Jacksonville, Fla.-The United e
States has bought a large additional t
tract of land at Black Point on the t
St. Johns river. This land is to be
added to the land originally purch- c
based by the United States and by the s
citizens of Jacksonville for use as a v
permanent camp ground and target t
range for the Florida state troops. v
The land just acquired embraces I
193 1-3 acres; which, added to the h
three hundred acres purchased by v
the Jacksonville Board of Trade, and v
the four hundred acres originally pur. o
chased by the United States, makes tl
a total acreage In the military reser- G
ovation of nearly nine hundred acres A
and Includes the entire peninsula on P
the St. Johns river which is marked cl
by Stoney )Point on the north and by t(
Black Point on the south.


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 Iapefect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, Deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation 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
Oatarrh, which Is nothing but an In-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
faces.
We will give one hundred dollars
1or say case of Deafness (caused by
satarrk) that ceanot be cured by
lHase Catarrb Cure. Send for circA-

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11, is Tifti MM ORL 1 and f UlSH SI
Elginosi Oeteday o-at the rook i
of Dade oeuty. Pioeeer m eAgs a
many works is oe upes the *rO
reefs of Florida, rh with observe
tons on the habits ad wot oft theo
reef builders, the coral peeets, oi
polyps. He will probably visit thq
keys on this trip and make furthet
studies of these tireless little marim
workers.
Time was when each community im
Florida was Isolated in sentiment and
in Interest from every other and wae
either Indifferent to or jealous of
every other part of the state. Then
came the era of railroad and tele-
graph development and slowly the
links were forged that bound each
to each in feeling of amity and a
common interest, and Florida became
truly A state. That process still con-
tinues but another strong factor has
entered into it-the long distance tel-
ephone. Now that Jacksonville and
the other large cities of Florida are
connected by the constantly extend-
ing telephone systems the time is not
far distant when the state will be
like one vast city, so far as the feel-
ing of mutual good will enters into
the social constitution of a city.
The board of governors of the,
Dade County Fair association have
completed all the arrangements for
holding the fair in March. The pres-
ent board deserves great credit for
their untiring labors in the interest
)f the exhibition. The farmers and
ruitgrowers are taking a great inter-
est and it is believed that the fair
his year will be one of the best in
he history of Dade county.
At a special meeting of the board
if directors of the Children's Homev
society of Florida held in Jackson-
ville, several matters of special in-
erest received attention. An election
ras held for president, the Rev. Dr
loggs having resigned on account bf
is removal to Georgia. Mr. Cecil
Villcox was elected president. Two
acancies were reported in the board
f directors, caused by the death of
he Honorable W. J. Bryan and Mr.
seorge W. Wilson. The Honorable
lIbert W. Gilchrist and Mr. E. 0.
winterr were chosen to fill the vacas-
les on the board. Mr. R. V. Coving-
on was elected treasurer.
Lakeland citizens are much elated
ver the fact that their suit against
ie county commissioners, compell-
ag them to redistrict Polk county,
according to law, had been decided
y the supreme court in their favor,
iereby giving this section its equita
le apportionment of the public rev-
nues. Polk county was divided into
ve commissioners' districts when
his section was a wilderness, and
is district has developed more rap-
Ily than the others, and a great in-
istice was done in falling to provide
r the changing conditions. The peo-
e of the north end of the counts
It that it was not justice that one
strict which only has ta population
1,200, should receive the same ben.
Its as the Lakeland district, which
s a population of 6,000. The road
ads which heretofore have been
stributed over a territory about
enty-five miles square, ill now be
sbursed over a terltory about six
lies square, which will give this
action the good roads, which have
en so much needed these many
are.
The Piaellas Peninsula Land and
uber company is the name of a
w orgaisaltion whick owns or eos-
its tetyve thOesad eree


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The- authortsatlet
court, sitting at I tO
issue of $4,150,000 wrtfl
certificates by the ;-Mut as
Seaboard Air ineS, g w l
news at Tampa. The to
making extensive
there, as it has done at
President Garrett has res. 4tat-
ed that the auth OrtztI MtbiMssue
by the court would aM that ten-
tire amount estimated tr U toal-
nals there would be avaTlbM at MWe.
The Seaboard is prepfrt% .a Tamp
for handling the vast co e o that
is expected to pass through Utat port
in the immediate future.

Marked for ODeth..
"Three years ago I was marked br
death. A graveyard Amog w Wr-
ing my lungs to pieces. beetos ~11-
ed to help me, sad hope NO. ,
when my husband eot Dr. Kw
New Discovery," says Mrs. A. O.WU-
Hlams, of Bac, Ky. ',qke ft"t -4oe
helped me and Imptovemeat bpt on
until I had gained 58 pounds in
weight and my health was fully 3
stored." -This medicine h6lds tie
world's healing recoril for segts
and colds and lung and throat *i-
seases. It prevents pneumonia. fold
under guarantee at 8. W. Rowley's
drug store. 6Oc and $1.00. Trial bat-
tle free. tf

The report that the chief of the
United States engineers has recom-
mended the appropriation of $18,000
for the dredging of the OckllwAas
river from Leesburg to its oweth,
will come as gratifying news to the
people of that city. This atrett
could be increased.
Captain Selby Buck and a party of
friends from Savannah have just re-
turned from a hunt in the Florida
everglades. The party kUild seven-
ty-one deer, one hundred aad forty-
one turkeys and about one thousand
ducks.



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,e I t woA on citrus fruits, pub
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l':- T to 1 Werh Reading.
s f t id .e of 68 Gibson street,
SP M T r, ays: "I cured the most
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em@ e1elibat for broks dew
ro11e. DedeAi DANs a7hn01m1 1tho
ps t yphnsdeasa ad Mndlsretly:
"Aeh so? It is probable that you
have-yes, all the gelehrten (tearted)
have neuMrasthenia naturally The
remedy sugested was "Play golf and
go to Egypt. You can get Munich
beer in Cairo, though it is dissusting-
ly expensive there."
Silence, solitude and sleep are the
sovereign remedies suggested for Jag-
god nerves. Slight daily doses of the
three "1S's," It is claimed, will pre-
vent a nervous breakdown and may
be obtained by even the most busy
people. But "All the learned men
have neurasthenia" is at once a warn-
ing and a consolation to the brain
worker. To "drive the machine" with
skill and care is the problem of the
successful Amerlcan
The writer of this artilee urges
that we ought to thank (od that we
belong to the most nervous, restless,
all pervading race the world has seen
since the days of Julius ('aesar. It
Is our "nerves" that make us what
we are.
Bachelors.
Bachelors are cultivnts.d in ar l
larger (citi They live in bachelor
apartments and hunga:tlows. They can
be seen during the day in counting-
houses and on the golf links, and in
the evening at dinner parties and
poker games.
Bachelors at one time were easily
caught with almost any kind of bait
and swallowed bait. hook, sinker and
all often at the first throw. Now,
however, a more foolish and overron-
more wary and hide in the depths of
their bachelor apartments, or in the
durp poolro ms, from which they can
not be lured.
They are gregarious in their habits.
running in schools but they stand
by each other, and it is very unusual
lo find a solitary one. Oeasionally,
however, a more foolish and overcon
fident specimen will poke his nose
into a summer resort, when he is
promptly landed.
Bachelors are, in reality, the bul-
wark of the nation. By not getting
married they do not raise families.
Families as we know, are constantly
consuming our natural resources.
Bachelors are, therefore, really pro-
viding more natural resources fr the
few. Their conduct, it will be seen,
is thus quite unselfish.-Life.


Benefit of Gymnastics to Golfers.
On the subject of gymnastics and
golf Capt. lHutchison, who holds a
gymnastic appointment in the Cold-
stream Guards, reports: "While
actually going through fivo hours
dally work in the gymnasium I found
that the heavy work was certainly
detrimental to golf. But I think that
it eventually proved of the greatest
assistance, as it strengthened the
muscles of the wri.t and forearm,
which play such an important part
In all golfing strokes. I found it
necessary to shorten my swing a lit-
tie. and took to the overlapping or
Vardon grip, two changes that cer-
tainly improved my game."-london
Standard.
Where to Keep Your Eyes.
In walking about the Australianm
gold fields it I* always advisable to
keep your eyes on the ground. You
can never tell when you may kick a
nugget-or fall down a deserted shaft.
From Tarragulls, a district that baa
been very prolfl in valuable nug-
gets, comee news of a remarkable
Iad. A aMs weWas al se the
ftue i* l .w t be tkoMost was
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0112 onea r dssocanted by tho
SlHe trio current, whichh approprlateA
P thonA to theo ecrrocponding comple-
'@antiry poles of the circuit.
Advantage Is taken of this prin.
., c. eipi to form medicinal subhtanceq
S In 1',e Ionic state Into the tissues of
the body. If a solution of, say, quin-
Me sullphate be used to snk a pad
covering tli positive polo of a bat-
tery, thl pole applied to thle ,skin, and
the negtvo e pole so ..ri;intil that
the current' may i).A through the
tlssue-;, the q iniinu, ionss will 'se k the
oppositn pole. and In !- ,!olng will
pass through th:' tIsuI s with the cur-
rent. The lons: thus forced lInto the
body 'nter not only into tlih lymph
spaces, .but Into the cc(!hi thmAlves,
becoming a part of the pirntoplasm.
and consequently their cff-ct30 are
much more pronounced. 'Tli prin-
ciple my lie shown experimentallv
by placirg a pieheo .f raw berf be-
tween the 11( s of a hbatJry. the nega-
tive electrode being covered with blot-
ting paper s)aked in a solution of
potassium iodide, and the positive
electroile olmilar!y treated with starch
solution. On applying the current the
iodine ions pass through the beef to
the positive pole. the paper on which
soon Fhows the blue color of starch
iodide.- Scientific American.
Placing the Unemployed.
An army of utnemployed il notlhiin
low in tIrop and GreCat litiialu,
l'rance :aiitl (< -rmany have furnilihed
vallt.atbh' *\xlperieic' in the iniannfo.
in ni I l(i te'!mpi;rary reli<'f. In thilr
tricalent of the problem ni Eutrcpin
countries reco iiZ II''hreE cl( 'asss ol'
thie ttlemployel--thlit uilemiployaiblh.,
the hopt los! va;t'ait n'3d inc'orrligih)i'
and tthe' em!ployah!e. For the' employ-
able employment bureaus havIe beein
estabtlsl ed, Gernany m:iintaining:
over 100 of these offices. Over 500.-
000 persons are ilaceld In alluatlonw
every year by the German bu1i;iati:.
S In France all towns of 10.000 inthahl-
tants or over are compclle'd to mialn-
Iln public employment bureaus.-
Philadelphia Press.
Blanketing the Auto.
This is the season of the )year when
the automobiles that are standing any
Slagth'of time in the open air have
S olAnke put over the bonnets in order
Stoo e tlhe wind out. When It gets
TYMg Y Mbdd4t is hard to keep the water
SN WtI 1i proper circulation if too
,*W *cold air Is allowed to blow di-
-e tly on the engine. Therefore the
..a.4.r nd the bonnet are covered
,rI'ilV aod the machine Is kc~pt corn-


veq 4h cars a sort of horsy
SIis, not at all natural.-New

a Phenta In Orogon.
| em eM Sutes Pacifec
I ).la~. 'b strings of
r i kn Porft"ad sports


Wris
whte


a ha -his rubber bet L M
Itraddlte at a ridicules 'dbtb&
From oeh other, and he was hitting
It of at t.e rate of one hnaIred ds
in nothing and three-Atfthe second.
Ho was Icokling bakward over his
shoulder, fumbling at his hip pocket
for shells, and yet he coursed over
those loose boulders with the suro-
r nrss of foot of a mountain goat. He
dipped out of sight as suddenly as
he had appeared and I heard him
cracking away again, then the louder
report of Fred's rifle. /
"An instant later I reached the top
and glimpsing a huge brown body
rushing toward us In prediglous leap.,
I joined In the- fusillade. The mon-
ster's great weight bore him deeply
into the snow, which he flung behind
him at every plunge, and yet, shocked
and torn by those exploding bullets,
he still came on and on, a tremendous.
ungainly figure of rage and determine.
t ion.
"Even **'hen he was down to hil
haunches and deathly sick, he red-
dened the snow In a futile endeavor
to continue that charge. It was a
magnificent exhibition of courage, andI
he died facing us as befits a monarch,
the red glare of rage still in his
eye.
*Whew! I certainly stepped around
a bit th:it time,' said Joe, wiping


1IPE SWCeta OUt U I iMR eyieo. .-vM y ii.i
for'r shots never fazed him, so I
thought I'd sort of withdraw and rr-
load on the rur.. but I couldn't seem
to locate you fellers nowhere.'
"We had no means of measuring
our prize, but the carcass was tre-
mendous, so large in fact that our
united efforts were barely sufficient to
roll it over. The skin stretched twelve
feet In curing."
True Lights at Breakfast.
Engaged men who wish to carry en.
gagemc-nt forward to marriage should
be chary of accepting invitations to
breakfast with their fiancees. Wise
poisons say that in order to -feel sure
of your affinity youth must watch the
victim in the morning. In the happy
summer time sunrise parties are pos-
sible; so ir an ocean (lip before the
crowd r the beahes the beach or a walk in
the woods. But in the city in the
winter such sylvan delights seem flat,
besides being difficult to attain with-
out a long journey. The breakfast i
the best substitute. The 12 o'clock
breakfast no longer is common in
Fifth avc.nue houses. There is too
much to accomplish for the modern
belle to start the day as lato ai that
Last winter. 9 and 10 o'clock break-
fasts were in vogue. The belle who
wants to "Set a line on" the man to
whom she has pledged herself asks
fTto an early breakfast, and then
takes notes. IH is mood does not
fit in with hers in these opening
hours of the (lay their natures are
not the kind to blend. He must soothe
and comfort her just by his presence.
If she feels It an exertion to enter-
fain him, if he irritates her in the
least, she must hand back the en.
gagement ring as soon as breakfast
Is ended He is not her affinity ant
she never would be happy with hint.
-Neow York Press.


Why He Didn't Have to Work.
"But," said the good old lady, "why
death you go to workk"
Why, masw" bea the diAreputa-
ble o M tIOer, "pr ae, X e wife

low rm


TAKE


ItWill Help


t,~


Uf& Lucinda'. Hill, of r.a D, j
"Before I began to take art I stk
I was afraidto lie down at night.Af I bM
take it I felt better in a week. Now my m
gone. 1rcan sleep like a girl of 16 and iTe.
of life has nearly left me." Try Card... "


V -i~


AT ALL DRUG STOBR


Smith's Home-Made Candy--All Kids

chocolates, Bbn-Bons, Kisses,


BUTTERCUPS, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.


ICE CREAM PARLOR.


HOT and COLD DRINIS.


FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO CARRY FULL LINE
OF HUYLER'S CANDIES.


L. A. Smith,


ALHOUN a OALHOUN,


AiftspyM Lam


NattOnal Bank Muidlng oPstaha PM
JOKMN4L..MARSHALL,


Attorney At La%


ltront Utrest, NlatkN6 PI& Ompg
groves for ais,

Of W. H. ROSENBDEMG

DENIGTIS1

Office Over the Ken nort)

HENRY STRUNIO


Attorney at Law,


Fronst Peet, PALATKA@ FMA
National Sank Suildln&

DR. H. IL MSE&


DENTIST.


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Palatka, Fla.


M. I .COXI,
Attohwy at Lam

Olae b Oort HouMM FtPal.a -"9a

J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
Offe Front Street, Opposite Pueam
House.


PALATKA


* . FLORIDA


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

Raw Fur, Hides, Wool,
Tallow, Beeswax, Beef,
Hides, Goatskins.
Ship the above to;-

M. Sabel & Sons,
Established in
1856. LOUISVILLE.A KY.
"Over haf a Century in Liatvlille."
WE ARE DEALERS IN ABOVE, Bit
commission merchants. RetereW :
Any bank In Louisville.
Write for weekly pries Lst.
I .- ~ ~.. I __


MI HKATE L. LUCAI


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MILLINERY FANCY
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f /t was a vematk-
In th ebo d Jump.
at bie used to pride them.
| sellag about that perform-
Sto Wablutoe". and
bot o i na 1878 and for
tH-es ttfowtng the American
WAS won by leaps of
feet, asnd that tem 1880
icW nutve, the champion did
feet,tl although close to it

Stey uased always to tell folks.
WOO a Med about great broad Jumpers
ihait- WasMlUttou held the American
4I4 e ord 'tral about-1752 to 1885. What
ed all this was the following
StheTrevelyan speech:
*I wus present at a dinner where
TIaWerMy discoursed to a delightIe1
sauIe te of young people about "The
SVIrteSI as," which he was then writ-
S1afg ad4 whIoh seemed to fill his mind
to the exclusion of everything else.
SANog other mAtters he asked us, all
aroUd the table, wbat was the widest
u:mp ant y of us had ever known, and
When we agreed upon twenty-one feet,
he said: 'Then I must make George
Wasblagton jump one foot more.'"

THE REAL BOWERY.


Its Day Is Passing, and Few of Us
Nave Known it Inmost Com-
plications.
The real Bowery has never been
written up, and probably it never will,
because it is swiftly passing. Hun-
dre d of attempts have been made by
thaee who have not even penetrated
the surface of its reserve. Its heart
* sad soul--or the Bowery has both,
as well as reserve-are a sealed book
to the writers. It is a Sargasso Sea
littered with derelicts of all worlds,
drlftnag back and forth with the end-
asJ ebb and flow of the tide, while
all about them is the ceaseless activ-
S ty of commerce, of development, m, v-
S lag ward and upward despite th'V
S oeaoslese cross current, which no lit
S*ary mariner, cruising in these un-
S hearted waters, can understand.
Those who know it best, and have
sm* skill in writing as well as somo
adersrtanding, are so overwhelmed
by Its endless complications, its in
tufty of contradictions-its astonish-
l goodness and its frightful deprav.
t--ty-the baffling mystery of its won-
derful >hunin"ess, and its fantastic
mystery, that they do not dare at-
Stempt to write even what they kn,,w.
Only one man in all literature could
S have I terpreted the Bowery--and Dal-

>, W M it asa know the Bowery
S hii fugitive newspaper sketches
l rsaiome, lurid melodramas. The
Present certain phases more
A mS Istoelligently, but the melo
M 1M 9M t1 repeated, have built
evs w of being scoffed at, so
p 03 e dinf titon of truth is
Mn lt these ebesp melo.
A gggliM reputed, have built
ut 1as oae* to be a&
at eltlt.-*rom Uvery.


thi


i
I
I


?~ft- An la favor say aye.

&.-Now to butneass. What about
or sad supper?
sa (timidly)-Tbere's not much
money In the ocketbook.
Little Tom--4 move we have a tur-
key dinner.
Ma (excitedly)--Tfut the money--
where-how?
Little Ruth (Interrupting enthuslas.
tically)-I second Tommy's motion.
Ma-But-but-
Miss Jackson-I rise to a print of
order. Ma has no right to "but" In.
Question! Question!
Pa-All in favor of turkey for din-
ner will please say aye.
The Family (except Ma, In chorus)
-Aye!
Is this ideal democracy?-New Am-
stel Magazine.

Worrying About the Future.
A rich man in Cincinnati ordered
his coffin in advance- years ago. Paid
$500 for it. When he died last week
lie had grown too big for It. Lot.i
of men and wnmrn order their coffins
in advafice. They worry and weaken
their wills by worry over dM1asters
that never comp, difficulties they nev-
er meet and rivers of troubles they
never have to been and are made miserable, hope-
less and profitless because people re-
fused to move. or marry, or take a
place or enter a business for fear of
contingencies and risks that never
come and duties and obligations that
were more shams. Every home lq
cluttered and littered with things that
are kept waitIng for use on thi'N
chance or that, and 1hen never used--
coffins, all, that have been ordered in
advance. These things are duste.l,
*nd moved an1d kept from the moths.
and packed and repacked, and in thi*
end all is waste, worry and empty
cf'ort.-PhUladelphia Press.


He Won.
The offlcern' mess was discussing
rifle shooting.
"I'll bet any one here." said one
young lieutenant. "that I can fire
twenty shots at 2(00 yards and call
each shot correctly without waiting
for the marker. I'll stake a box of
cigars that I can."
"Done!" cried a major.
The whole mess was on hand early
next morning to see the( experiment
tried. *
The lieutenant firer'.
"Miss," he calmly announced.
A second shot.
"Miss," he repeated. .
A third shot.
"Miss."
"Here, there! Hold on" protested
the major. "What are you trying to
do? You're not shooting for the tar-
get at all."
"Of course not." admitted the lieu-
tenant, "I'm firing f-r those cigars."
And he got them.-Everybody's Maga-
zine.

Prayer Was Short.
A ScoLch lawyer had to addr.si th11,!
Caledonian equivalent cf our Sup'relm'
Court. His "pleading" occupied ani
entire (lay. After nuicln hour I of al-
most continuous oratory he went
home to supper and was asked to con-
duct family worship. As be was ox-
bausted his devotionau wero brief.
"I am ashamed of ye." said the old
mother. "To think ye could talk for
seven ours up at tbm court and dis-
mlss your MaMr Ia seven nlautoe.1'
**A, yv r tree." ws be reply,
1 yt ys mamua is tet the Ltor4 tl
to_6a sp


.4 -


n oimTO E AvwafDin ad 1g w& bee be"M
Sfr 80ev r years, b a g i

,45fV-X and sHoM liuMa uowe its hbft .
4 Aflownoemea4ee esyomalf I3 3
All Counterfits, Imitaetons sad Tr t.--good- are bo
Experiments that trifle with and muda aer the health at
Intinta and Children-Experience against iiperimemn


What is CASTORIA
Oaathina is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pa0'
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleaanna 1
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Natoote
substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Wonm
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhema and Wini
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatlou
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleqpa
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

SBears the Signature of








Thle Kind You Hayve Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 .Years.
F LORTIDauI -MOau. vi mummy intcs,. NMW VOENT OTRv.




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Ift!
~1St~tI~ t ,si tax*? On the

thisdfto'ofsilver liarneies, antl
LSv~ft and stesitby, treadl,
A nd 4a ho.~eotoflau~ght~er. sets MY
.01*p4ilvd ll alow-
St. NI~ohoax has found me, ns Ihe fonnflr
we long ago!

Al! those half-torgitth n 'wakinra, '-n
the gray of early light,
When I crept from ent my bika
like a lito th I)mmw In whit ",
And Mny eyes *sh~o-Wz WY ';(- cobivelh-I
thttbat ttfl* ~l~In Ithr'm pun
As tbey saw. b, the m'orry ahint h~id h!,M(-
The soldiers In thtIr boves, tho ,-tidly

The 1litlf, %i0111' vilttt t, t~'trurn-

And I bird ni',li forgcrton-for how
wIIS I to knoiw
St. Niclholma; V'-mi''id 111omea.3 bf.
f0111111 111. 1I.1)v ago'!


He came wh1le I v.'aWs dizingi,, and h1 a
saheown lil g'I s glorve
In bewillering (onful"'on by the chim-
ney on the floor.
Though my eyes aoon-e can see them,
though they last me but anl
hour,
Are tl'"y less f r tha:l a witnr'ss to
the changeless olden power?
lie hlI lefrt in fairy st.Nrie;, wh re I
play the leadling paIrt,
lie bhai given nr' back th(. lIghtniesf
of my b!lth" and liovish hart.
He hast fll!vd mv fire- with visions,
shifting stftly to a'ud fro-
St. Nticholal has founi'l dl'. as ihe
found ue1 IKng ;ago!

My trumpet I ih, tintIle, of tho brook
I lear ".1 to wad.',
My sold'etrs, tOhe rEi, nbranif(' of the
martial ] 'anlEs I played.,
My music-box the to, that used to
call me "little son."'
When the twilight fell around iu, andi
the buRy day wa.s dlne;
My candles are the rmemnnibrance of
a myriad early Joys,
l strings of bells the laughter of
the other romping boys.
My uniform is youth agala, with all
Its golden glow--
SiL INCbolas has fcund me, as he
.n' e me long ago! *

treaN ent at the embers, yet
bsOWhter, brighter far
i tilr dear delusion his shadowy

Syears Uilike snow have melted.
.. "I their errtng and their

NU1 I upon the threshold of

Gi01 the embers, let
iM they eae,.
-7Okstr as treasre
World Is not the a :
f wet nmmkbnaowe

Im in"^ me, AS be


of fancy work or
(retpnill HlectIed
fignrir or a vine
and the basket is
tcrn runs narrow


O ft, stowe
af th
the
chanc





forget Iw

e0thu



aind with them
of the




yet le







wrndght in them

Pesmerw for tk


small trinkets. The
should have a small
running length-visec,
preltter if the pnt
across the handle


and in lines round theoutside. Pock
ets for spools may be added it de-
sired.-From Youth's Companion.

The American Pose.
The Amnrihan woman has a special,
gift for falling unicon.sciously into
geod pls)es.-London Queen.


Jack-ln-the.Box-'- andsoff, tbe?1'~
Aiic"-"'Why hisi hands awe @1,


When Fairy Tales Were Heally
I wish Fd live long, Ing ago,
Wl'en there were mermai(ds in
sea.


the


And brownies would have played
with mni.
And falry-tales were really so.
Of course, there still are lots of
knights,
And th!fre ;ar* princesses besides,
l1ut nowadays men don't win brides
fly glIng off on dragon-fights.
I wish I'd lived long, long ago,
When fairy-tales were really so.
-Mary Street, In December Lippin.
cott's.

Christmas in the Klondike.


" ,.Sw C, ,


BuildInfm


PALAYK 4A.


EUROPEAN


FURNISHED.D.


Alaska Ike-"Wot did yer
yr sto.kin' this morning? "
Chilcoot Pete-"Frostbitten


find in


toes."


HOT AND C


BATHS.


FE- LTNGi





TA 1


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A Gentle axati
And.-


Solitary, the dwellers apart, by choice or by
e, with hearth.fires that for one burn dull and
o would glow and sing-to all of these,
r Orfstuas ad a 14 Mppy M Yri

em that are set in Families, where love, be.
d with no thought of its return, passes back
orth abundantly between open hearts-to all
ese, parents, children, kinsmen, friends,
rr Cbrstmas ad a Iappy fMw Yar I

Poor and the Rich, envying each the others'
om from the cares of too little and too much,
warning year by year that without health and
sism and faith and love, none can be rich,
none can be poor--to these,
erry l Mt a ppy lewItW ar

Workers, the vast fortunate majority, in Ihum.
laces and in high, often baffled and disheart.
questioning if there is not somewhere for them
ter work with a greater reward; yet happy at
will have it so, in seeing the figure they have
fabric of living, a figure drawn by the great
sir weaving and none other's to all of these,


Stkrry thri W tmsm a appy ew ytva
O Old and Young, with the years 'behind and the
Years ahead, years. that show but a span i the
g centuries since the Ught first hene from J ethlebem
,upo" of service, humility mad sacrifice, id
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Peters Brotherhooa and Sweet Orr


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The Most Healthful and Refreshing Drink.


OVERALLS.


The only authorized bottlers are


Palaa Coca ola Boll ln Co.l
COCR 0a0


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Palatka


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Ice Factory
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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.
chase 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.
sist of one size.
REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE


Furnishing Coods,

Trunks and Bags.



Fearnside Clothing Co.


Palatka, Pla.


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eatnMestlt Commaander
iN,., to take command
et the voyages from Ugypt
Ss1lle to get the oleliek
Should. so the yacht
Wo 9sl se In drydook and a hole
I@",,e lad 12 feet wide was,
t t tetrboard bow below the
tt lit Through this aperture
aIe i0mns e stone was rolled andl
md lefro. On June 12, 1880, the
Deowg left Egypt for New York.
She narrowly escaped foundering in
a terrific storm which broke her pro-
peller shaft. She was navigated safe-
ly to port by the use of, sail after
it was believed she had been lost.
Mr. Vanderbilt had no further use
for the craft once the obelisk was
landed, so he sold her to the Ocean
Steamship Company. For many year.
she plied between Philadelphia and
Savannah, but again she was disposed
of to the American Towing and Light-
erage Company, of Baltimore. Since.
1901 she has followed the course of
antiquated craft and been classed as
a barge. She was bound from Balti-
more for Portsmouth. N. H., with ia
cargo of coal when lqst. The Doew
soug broke adrift from the tug Buc-.
cancer in a storm, -but was seen an
late as Wednesday off the Delaware
Capes by the Clyde liner George W.
Clyde. When abandoned by. the crew
she had five feet of water in her hold.
-New York Times.


THANKS TO A DONKEY.
He Kicked at a Fly and Uncovered a
Gold Mine.


The famous Coeur d'Alene mining
district of northern Idaho has proved
to be a pretty successful factory for
the production of millionaires. Rich
men are in the making there.
The records of this millionaire's fac-
tory are crammed full of picturesque,
even romantic, pages. Fact is strang-
ot thau fiction throughout the entire
Story. The largest single producer
shows a net profit for the year of
(204,213.
And for all this vast treasure, says
P r hsave a donkey to thank. It
' Was a ebelan burro, Bill by name.
%* aIn kicking at a tormenting fly
wpered the ledge of rich ore a
SoN f decades ago which has been
eyi ,hi into the great mines of to
S The donkey deserved the oredi.
S t pMe owarts of Idaho decided in his
a fr; the records still show V,.


The 9wAnspibletas Soldiery.
Owf uka mof tOrt Woatioias
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R. S. Moone:
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Furniture


UNDWER/fAIR AND
SCIONTIFQ
EMBALMER.
PUNERAl, SUPPLIES.
Phone It. Next door Kennerl
Lemon Street. Hardware C
PALATKA, FLA.


SCtook of the Ma -Mateo Frhit 0
offers one of the very best opportune
ties for profitable Infestment to t
found in Florida. Write for parftular
to San Mateo Fruit Co., San Mate
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PACKED


RAPPERS BEARING
OUR OWN BRAND


ELL FOR


25c to 50c

Extra per Box


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Printing Co.

NOW READY TO RECEIVE OR.
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4WD0 POINTING*
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No. 4. 8#500 acreS, river 8 sides, R.
R. one side, fetoe 1 mile. Would fiano
f alL Fmr battle ranch, coitda4't b
beat. Has 2 million feet pIne 1 14
Million cypress, 6 million feot of ash,
gum, hickory, maple, magnolia, *te.
Good wharf, 8-room house and farm
About 60 A. Under fence. The pncn.
$5.00 an acre. If you mean busluest
come and see this.
9
cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
ing room and large living room, about
two acres land recently set out In or.
ang3 trees, nicely situated in center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
or sale. Photo.


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ne to makr egpeay hi ta
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Buy your toiket to la I'l
what we have to osr."lt ooB
than to go farther south sad th e
back.

No. 1i. Buldiag tM, U M b
for $14 eah. SnaSd ft r pht.
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about
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have properties running from
hundred to $18,000. WriOj
price you would Want
place and we wli-
what we ave around your A


ure.
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1 .per V
acre. M
A Boston gentleman came dowa os
December for his health, bought 10
acres of land for -50., had it sat 0t
to oranges and grpbtrult; aad beftr
he left in spring could have sald at
enough profit to have paid all his -
penses for the winter. He reftsed to
sell.


t Vou Want a Homo In Florida. Comrn to San M
and see what We Have to Offer. You W ,
flake a mistake If You Don't.


Real Estate Agency,.


SAN MATBO. FLA.


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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
ith year. Shares are $100 each. Send
or booklet.


No. S5. Pineapple lands la Dade
county, on railroad. 5' acre lots, $20
or acre. If you want pineapple land
r a pinery already in bearing, write
m.
41. A pretty little grove with floe
location for house on river bank,
3,000. About 500 boxes fruit this
eason Wharf on the property and
ew packing house.
WANTED,
A good hotel man to put a little mon.
y and his time winters into a hotel
company to build and run $20,000 to
25,000 hotel. A man with less than


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SOPkN ALL THE YEAR.
-ALTRI hlh pine woods country. Convenient for side trip & St.
u gtl e sad all Bast Coast points. Ocklawaha and St. Johns River steam.
Sa#'top at the wharf. GOOD HUNTING, some fishing; guides and dogs
sit)@e e a short r oUtf 400 acres.
OF ORANGE GROVES.
ouse ais situated In 15-acre Orange grove, one block from Depot, -4
ie ,trom River.
Rata: $10.00 per week; $2.00 per day. For reservations write,


DR. E.


BANKER,


San Mateo,


Manager,


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CIGARS.


.Made from the Genuine Havana
Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.


e N o pperiaeat. They have been on the market for years.
At al the great hotels dtf the East Coast.
At the Club House of the Florida Automobile Association
on DaytonasOrmond Beach.
o board' the famous St. Johns and Ocklawaha River
ttaiers.
B the Union News CompnAy on the limited trains.
At aj 4 irstlss Hotels, Clubs and Cafes.
he lorida "Tourst hpows and loves them well. Why
don't you get Mq:eitnted?
or oavealease of our mall aIwr tried we put s.me of
Sour best aads I m of 13 cigars each and will deliver
*i*qO YWS Isa the United states at following prices:
.m oA 1U Pastelag for U1 Oents, rgttlI prioO 10 centA
e Purtaaos for ts.t, 0 0 10 *
01 lbNuae '1.00 retail prioe 15 oents
O- ainuelbles 91.25 retail price 10 cents.
b awl0e *L5 retail rice o cents.

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ete. de righ tree.. They crowl They o
IThey are 8nffiug*' Q y l Tisy are Cood t
aIe TRUE to NAMEl .tl of PEACHES "
other Fruit, Nut and Ornamental Trees free.
The Griffin Bros. Co., Jacksonville, FIs




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S AIR LINE RAILWAY D
U Savannah, Columbia0 Camden, Southern
* Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, e
* Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
* THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
* Seaboard Florida Limited U
* Seaboard Express a
/ Seaboard Mail 0
* 0
S MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
* The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullman Vestibuled
Train. t. Augustine and Jacksonville to New York via Richmond
and Washington. Dining car (a la carto service), Double Drawing
Room, Bleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. Leave St.
SAugustine 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonvillo 12:65 p. m. daily, Including
SSundays.
* *
For full information and sleeper reservations, call on any agent,
Seaboard, or write:
8. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
*JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. U
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THEY ARE AS GOOD AS THE BEBT MATERIALS AND MOST APPROV-
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OUR BOOKLETS AND PRICE LIST.


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Jew ssetdM t, Mdeat,

do*bita tthe une'
Lwas opened, an
to AU Amerl-
Slathe gather on
aj Buffao, and prom-
w d provide ships mo
iril4 set *ail for the land of
S", t th apmpeinted day ar-
t a tofere with a ship-
the soomang newspaper
"But all the other Jews

loalu ito a powerful



ha 4 .eap *iry A ten ul.i.
g wlakhes
| 'ig tbe Ila||ed States wrser. tere
Sw & ^ ti4 uIparte of





w Anot help it, regard it as a
el lespeolally, Ze onlsy is growlug

; IM S ZiodtNi, Ia w senteaod
e' t 4 leglly meoured end pub.
Home for the Jews
St ite tatfhts ere they are now
S4;.h In four w yays
'ith W ll Jowit, and e oonl thiae



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A- In the mornin the rU plekem tnU-
ed, *ut inl, but tosase 4 de
9m sm41s kXpePd to pu I ttt
wi., TWy picked ut W the now mud
Olkshed piece of paper*one remask*
tng to the otter: 'Perhaps there t1
a fortune Inlsdb!" They drew out
the notes. "This to some foal'
.leasantry," they said: so by wa oif
revenging themselves on the tU1
known joker sad not believing
notes were genuine they tore thee to
times tad threw them aside.
Two market women came *ls*O
shortly afterwaW. With the
nes ot there S they

e comNisaory o0 PottO.
There they were pieced together
and It was found that nobe wvia MOI.
tag. Two hours later the ades so
curiously discovered were restored to
their owner.-London Chronicle.


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THE DESPISED AILANTHUlt
Good for Lumber.sa Well as khafe-w
Its Spread In America.
Among the very common trees, yet
almost totally unknown, is the much.
despised, 411 smelling allanthus. A
million dollars could not buy a board
In any lumber yard. The dealer, or
manufacturer of lumber, never saw It
on eale and would not recognise It It
seen. Yet It is a magnificent wood,
resembling white ask, and capable of
receiving a high polish.
The tree is a native of the Mot&'o
ca Islands, just south of the equator,
some four degrees, and not far from
Borneo. Herb It forms a very lare,
forest tree.' It was brought froI
lena dUrlag the first decade of t *
ilaetaenth century an4a Igradualy
pread -over the oUwlted Otate plants
ad for. shade only.
'fhe male trees ar| 4eay offpstrve
while In. blossom, but the female
reew have so such o4or. The traef
hatea- 4tsptel appeanuace, prea
Sunderground root, 8sqerlag Ws
i ,to make them a mlesane on the
Sal4hus I ua wild In the
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