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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: March 6, 1909
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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Vol. 18. ,No. 20. SAN MATEO, FLA., MAR. 6, 1909. Paublshed WMyl $1.00 a Tar.


Lews of there Reek



Local Weather Report.


Feb.


Mar.


TEMPERATURR:
26,-Min..... 49. Max... 70.
27.- .. 0. .... 72.
28,- ... 43. .... 70.
,- ... 0. .... 72.
2,- .... 44. .... 78.
4,- ....40. ....69.


Miss Elleauor Hart left for Jack-
sonville on Tuesday.

Mr. Henry Maxwell left Tuesday
for his home in Geneva, N. Y.

Mr. J. I. Beauchaln is expected
from Jacksonville on Monday.
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Miss T. McNabb, of Palatka, was
the guest of Miss Crosby this week.

How about that telegram? Wbe
paid? Ask Mr. Foster, he probably.
knows.
Mrs. Darling has been under the
weather this week, but we are glad
to see her out now.

A number of the young people en-
joyed a plopie at "Beaches" Monday
afternoon and evening.
An Informal dance was given at
the Hall Saturday evening by the
Byrlyn guest avid friends.

Mrs. Mason and Miss Mary Mason,
from 6uMeld, Con1., have been
guest for th past wdek at the "Idle-
wild." ,
Mrs. J. A. Crolby was in Jackson-
vills this week attend the Board
Meeting of the Flori&d Federation of
Woman's Clubs.
Mr. H. B. Bailey and hobum seem
to be enjoying exciting games at
pool. The seore at the present time
seems to be time.
M.s. J. W. Carrier and neice Mis
Edith Loker from Boston, Mass., ar-
rived Monday and wIU spend a few
weeksat sirrGa.
Mr. and Mrsthbas. StookyreU and
Mr.*ad. Mrs. Harvey Abrams loft
MotAy mondng for their notsbern
Ihoa*i iTr y, N.I Y.
'Mr. A. J. Padgett, of Orandin, who
was a candidate for the egatre
from this county at t&e. Moomber
S election died at Palstka Wsedaeday
nalgt following an operation for
Sf01115.


Mr. George Lyle had a very
pleasant dinner party at his home
on Tuesday evening. A merry
crowd of young people were there.

Miss Grace Ritchie, of St. Augus-
gustine spent a few days here this
week as guest of Miss Addle Bailey
and her grandfather, Capt. H. R.
Lyle.
Mr. Walter Rowley from New
York City arrived Sunday and spent
a couple of days with his parents
here. He Is on his way to GUalveston,
Texas.
Miss Anna Wright and mother, of
Malone, N. Y.. who have spent a
couple of winters in San Mateo are
expecting to take a trip abroad
shortly.

The young people of San Mateo
spent a very enjoyable evening at
Miss Addle Bailey's on Tuesday
evening. A dainty lunch was
served.
Mr. W. F. Hills returned Saturday
from a delightful trip to Cuba. After
tepNtoliog here a few days with reo-
atives he returned t6 his home in
Dowell, Mass.

A merry crowd from San Mateo
enjoyed a pleasant outing at Palatka
Wednesday. Refreshments served
all along the line. Boots, tapped
while you wait.

4 HART-breaking telegram was
sent on Tuesday to Jacksonville at
ten o'clock in the morning. A sat-
isfactory reply was received shortly.
Who paid for that telegram? Ouess

Mr. Levi Hall Is being jollied some
for carrying, so-called "Ladles'
Fashion Plates" around in his
pockets. The so-called fashion plate
turned out to be an ordinary copy of
the Police Qasette.
Mgr. Kells of the Palatka moving
picture show gave the San Mateo
bunch a special performance Wed-
nesday noon. Mr. Forreat's under.
taking the musical end of the show
on the piano. Mr. Forrests .work
was appreciated by the audience un-
til a certain film was run that re-
quired so much of the gentleman's
attention that it put the music oun
of business. Next time the party de.-
cided to have a lady to do the honors
at the planola.

OragNe Karket.
Bowro Mar. 4, 1900.
aBy TsqAspa so Tso sem.
Big demand for good sound or-
ange.e 140 to 00 per box best
grapefruit (1.60 to 8.00 demand fair.
IOsussB Baos.


The County Commissioners were
in session Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday at Palatka. Several matters
of importance were up for consider-
ation. The present pauper system
was abolished and in future those
dependent upon the County will he
cared for at the "Poor Farm" located
near Florahome. The County has
been aiding 43 paupers, in amounts
from $2.50 to $25.00 per month.
Another matter which consumed
considerable of the Commissioners'
time was "drawing the Jury" for the
coining Spring and Fall Terims of the
Circuit Court, 810 names having
been selected and placed In the jury
box.
The Inaugural ball at Washington
may have been a pretty swell affair,
patronized by more people but its an
even bet that there were none in that
crowd who had a better time than
did the San Mateoites who attended
the dance at V. I. A. Hall Thursday
evening March 4th. The Hall was
beautifully decorated worth palms,
flags, etc., with a large picture ot
President Taft draped with Ameri-
can flags occupying a prominent
place. To Mrs. Forrest, of Lowell,'
Mass., a guest at the Byrlyn together
with an able corps of assistants is
due the thanks of those attending
for a very pleasant evening. The
music by the Turner Ochestra, base,
violin, violin and piano was good.
fruit punch was served during the
evening.


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO THE
LEGISLATURE OF TUB BTATE OF FLOR-
IDA POR THE VALIDATION OF RECENT
ELECTION HELD l PUTNAM COUNTY
AUTHORIZING AN 188UE OF $1^0,00 OF
BONDS.
To All Whom It May Concern:
rAKK NO'ItCE THAT SIXTY (00) DAYSI
after the publicsat on hreof, we the under-
signuedcitizens and County Commilsioners of
Putnam County. State of Florida intend to ap-
ply to theLgislatureof theState of Florida at
is next session A. D. 1900 for the enactment of a
law legal in and validating the election had
sad held in Putnai County, Florida, on 8rd
day of November A. D. 10IN, to determine
whether or not the bonds proposed in a resolu-
tion of the Board of County Cmmissibners of
Putnam County, Florids, as follows, to-wit:
The sum ofn*e Hundred Thousand dollars for
Hard Surfaced lrhways.v the sum of Forty-five
Thousand dollars for abridge over and asrouss
the St. Johns River at Palatka, Florids and the
sum of Ten Thousand dollars for a Bridge over
and sroa Dunn's Creek. a small bridge scrom
Banana Mill in CommislIoners District No. S.
and other bridge that may be necessary, and
the sum Thirty-five Thousand dollars for eret-
ing a County Court House at Palatka, Floridas
ahonid be leauid, and also to validate said bond
ue and each and every part thereof, and to p-
prove and validate, each and every bond that
may be aisued under and by authority of said
election and to cure all defect and irrqular.
itleh that may exist la aid election, the callnsg,
holaing and canvassing of maid election and ful-
ly empower sad authorie the is me, execution
and il of said boaes. .
L. C. STIPHEMS,
Chairman Board County Commislioners,
Putnam Count Florida.
3.T. OLANA,
T. J. 0A'.
W. C. ALVEJIA
M. OM.HANON,
Members, Board of Couant Commlsioner.s
Putas County, Florida.
Palatkas, Florida, this 4h day of MrchA..


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given tiat Randall
Wells, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 604. dated 4th day of June, A.
D)., 184, lihas filed said certificate
nII my office, al(a d Il1an Iade appliha-
tion for tax deed to isue in accord-
ance with law. Said certifleate ein-
braces the following describedd prop-
erty sh#iutted in Putnalla County.
Florida, to-wit:
sl of rS('4 of Inwt4 of nle4 Sectioni
34, 'Iownship 11, IRange 2W-5 Aeres.
The sali land being assessed at
the date of issuance of uchl certif-
icate in the name of J. C. L. lHoerer.
I'nless said certificate shall be re-
demined according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon Eon th' 51 day of
April, A. D)., 1909.
itivss llny official signature, and
meal thin tie 28d day of February.
A. I).. ItihN. HENKY H1I'Tt'IIN.SON,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit C(ourt,
fe2( Pu: nam County, Florida.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION F(
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given t hat Randall
Wells, purchaser of Tax C'ertificate
No. 723. dated let day of July, A.
1). 1901 as filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate ei ibraces the
following described property .ituat-
ed in -Putnam County, Florida,
to-wit:
E,kI of swk' of nw4, Section 25,
Townshlip 1, Range 26-20 Acres.
Th, sard land being assessed at
the date of issuance of such (ertif-
icate in thhe name of A. A. Knight.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deilned according to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 5th day of
April, A. D., 1909.
witness my official signature and
seal this the 24'h day of Februiary, A.
D. 1909. HENRY HUITTVI INSON,
[Seal.J Clerk Circuit (Court.
fe27 Putnam County, Florida.

KATE L. LUCAS


Palatka, Fla.
Annual Spring Opening otf1
Easter Hats, Thursday and
Friday, March II and I2.
The new feature of this
opening will be a Special De-
partment of Trimmed Hats,
ranging in price from $i to $3.


Cypress Shingles for

Weather Boarding
Every House in Florida
should be weather boarded
with "Tilghman's" 6x2o Cy-
press Shingles. Needs no
Paint. Not Expensive. Al-
ways Looks Well. For par-
ticulars, write to
N. J. TILGHMAN & SONS
Box L, Palatka, Fla.


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TMHE LARGISt RECEIVERS OFP LORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLTS
TON, 0I4P US ORANGES, TANG ERINES AND GRAPEFRUIT. YOU
WILt FIND IT A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH UI, SECAlE4
WE AlRt RELIABLE AND WILL TREAT YOU RIOHT.
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STransportation LiMe.


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ALL CITRUS FRUITS,
EARLY VEGETABLES
WRITE FOR STENCIL AND MARKET REPORT.
SOUTHERN VEGETABLES
PINEAPPLES .. .. .. Established 1890. .. .. .. .. .. ORANGES.
TANGERINES. ... .. .. .. .. ........ .... .. .. .. .. GRAPEFRUIT.
W. ei. STANTON & COMPANY,


PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY.


AND VEGETABLES.


Wholesale Commission Merchants


862 NORTH FRONT STREET.


Th eArthur Courtin Co.


PHILADELPHIA.


..References: Harry Jennings, Tibbals, Fla.; Saegar Bros., An at, Vla.; 0.
A. Robinson, Eden, Fla.; E. A. Thomas, Deerfleld, Fla.; M. V. Willlams
Punta Gorda, Fla.; Consolidation National Bank, and all mercantile agen.
cies. ASK FOR STENCIL.


85-87 FRONT ST


NEW YORK.


Solicit Consignments of


PINEAPPLES,


TANGERINES,


Oranges and Grapefruit..


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Stencil and Market Letters on Application'


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Commission Merchants,
NO. 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
FLORIDA PINEAPPLES, GRAPEPR UIT, ORANGES AND VEGETABLES
OUR S ECIALTIM,.
WRITE POR STNGI IL


-COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
Florida Fruits and Produce
m9 WASHINGTON STREET. . . NEW YORK.
SPROIALTIESa Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit, Early Vegetables.


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WEL WANT

Oranges and


Grape Fruit.


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


ADVANTAGE.


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FRUITS and PRODUCE
FANSUIL HALL MARKET,


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W. *L. HIDDEN.


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PHILLIPS & SONS,
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Meabr *of eliMl I.LgMe of Cnmm ieleon Mrheante of the United States
FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE OUOR SPIECALTY NOW. IMPORT-
MRS AN D XPORTXRL.
R8sNCI Ohetham National Bank, N. Y.; Aetna National Bank, N.
Y. Pidelity Trust C. N. Y. and Commerelal Ageneles.
WF WAMNiNGTON STRRET, . . NEW YORK.


Largest car lot handlers In Chicago. Members National League of Com-
mission Merchants, the best recommendation a hoiuie can have. Write
our Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, about 11.. Ask any fruit
trade paper about us. Your interest s our ours. G(t in touch with good,
Uve people.
M. GEORGE & COMPANY,*
NO. 9 sO. WATER ST., CHICAGO, ILL
SHIP IT TO Establlsho4 1871


E. B. REDFIELD & CO.
WHOLE SALE
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,
Receivers of Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pineapples and all kinds of Southera
Vegetables.
References: First National Bank
of Tampa, Fla., The National Bani NO. 212 DOCK STREET
of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia;
The O. 0. nter Fertiliser Com.rn. PIIDELPMA
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OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSE IN WASHINGTON.
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W. 0. SHRIVE & SONS,
NORTHEIN AND SOUTHERN FRUIT PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
0-214 Street. N. W. Washington, D. C.
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The Callender:Vanderhoof Co.,
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
SHIP US
ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,
Vegetables in Season.
Geo. 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. CANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.

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ear time its veWt1y problem of
poverty, with its asoom nytag essuee
of the tenemaet tbd the slum, and
one wonders If It is not after all
pitful 'tho all nations must 'go
through the Oetaclym of the Indi-
tidul elra and ite horrible penalties
It has everywhere exacted.
The era of the smith has gone--
gone past recall-taking with It much
that was beautiful, poetic, Inspirinr'.
The moore sober, dun and colorless
age of the machine commands the
children of the present. What will
It give them by way of compensation
for admirable, ennobling things It ha,?
taken away?-Chicago News.


niamples of the ancient swords o
the samurai may be seen in the Japl
aneae collection of the Chicago Ar
Institute. There is said to be In al
the world no more superb metal world
tila that displayed In the chiseling o
the guard and the adjuncts of th<
hilt, and no higher degree of tech
n1cal skill than that used in combine
ing the various metals to gain the
desired effect of decoration. For the
curves, slnuosities and scallopings
shown In the tempering line, which
were employed together in accord.
anoe with the caprice of the smit.
and which had nothing to do with
the blade proper, there are alone
twenty-twop different expressions. .
The forging, by mean of which
a fabric of innumerable fine threads
was united into an even tissue alike
in all its parts, was as fine an art
as might well be conceived And the
welding, .which consisted in ham'
mering together several strips of
steel to form a rectangular ingot el0
inches In length and two and a half
inches In thickness, was the occupa-
tion of months.
One reads of the life of the ancient
artisan, working with a religious
devotion to his art, fashioning the
minute parts of the whole with a
tender aed loving hand, in the same
conseorated spirit with which a poet
Clat shape his verses or an artist
paint his pictures. One reads of the
position -he held in the social scheme
of old Japan, respected, admired,
dottbtless deemed a social equal of
those who had secured the highest
rank In literature and the arts-
one reads and reviews the life and
position and handicraft of these
mAUths of old and instinctively one
compares It with those of the fac-
tory worker In the industrial system
of the Japan of the new era.
Without knowing or having seen
this ancient artisan, one falls to won-
dering whether the factory hands
that one sees going and coming from
the great mills of Osaka and Toklo
can powably have the joy in life and
labor,- the pride and satisfaction in
their work, that was given to the
makers of the swords of the samurai,
working in the sanctuary of his
smithy, beside a forge which was
sacred to him and which could dream
no more than himself of the at eam
amonterg that were to take the place
of human ingenuity, human skill and
human artistry.
The age of handicraft in Japan has
passed, or is, according to all auth-
rtty, swiftly passing; the time of
maMknu things for the mere joy and
love of creation is rapidly giving way
beloe the sordid usurpation of the
InduAtrial era, the chief consideration
of which must be quantity and the
0sle a1m of whicb is profit. The fac-
tory worker comnmards not his pro.
je, but is commanded by Iron
S os breathing steam.
Woe'k and worker, unlike the smith
sad his sword, are completely die-
mged. The worker las no voice
I1 the shalpinag of what the spindle
he watihes or the jig be turns has
t greater eotrol over than ha
lHavlang no voice in his
qhft'I, hMave so pride In Its pro-

t u ly qbave to It and poeer the
+tbe 4a dedrve no hosor
j im t whi hi. atreith.
P ftU prarag gtyr sor his
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FREEZE TIGHT STOPPERS.
It Causes Contraction From Neck of
Settle and Makes Removal Easy.
Reagent -bottles holding caustic al-
kalies.'alkaline carbonates, etc., very
frequently become fixed and the usu-
al method has been to tap the stop-
per with a wooden block or the ap-
plication of heat to Pe neck, or a
combination of both. Results are
poor in certain opses and often re.
sult In the fracture of the neck.
The inverse process may be used
to advantage. In other words freeze
the stopper, thus causing a contrac-
tion of the stopper from the neck.
The bottles which I used for experi-
ment had failed to "open under the
heating and tapping, and were bad
case fat f ied stoppers. The bottles
held sodium carbonate that had form-
ed sodium silicate, an excellent ce-
-et, and o were frmly fixed. Th
were inverted in a mixture of cruah
lee sad leIleu ptu e, iag o are
that tbe tresslag i oletsa did not
toto e *lips of the boWes.
Aftr standing tweaty minutes
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oftAw corrosive ohelaieis.-d 1
Ameritcan.
FOREIGN LETTER INVSLOP.


Made Now Lined With Thin TIenO
Paper of Any Desired 06 or.

"Nice sorts of envelopes they have
nowadar). for foreign correspona
dence," said a girl who writes letters
abroad. "You know the envelopes,
like the letter sheets, are made o1
thin paper so that they won't weigh
too much and Increase the postage.
"With an envelope of thin, plain
paper the writing on the letter maht
show through. So they came to make
these envelope of a paper that was
printed on the inner side with olpe
lines in a pretty plal4 pattern that
you couldn't see through and that
served very well, but now you can
buy foreign letter envelopes that are
made opaque with a lining of the thin.
test tissue paper of any desired col-
or.
"Such envelopes you will find and
with lining'of various colors in stock:;
envelopes lined with blue or with red
or purple or tan or violet, but if you
don't find among these just what you
want they will show you a book of
tissues with Famples of fifty or more
colorss or shades from which you can
elect first just the color you do fancy
or the color you call your own and
dien you have the envelopes made to
order.- New York Sun.


FIRST DOUBLE EAGLE.

It vas Struck In Silver in 1849 and
Has Just Reappeared.
A Philadelphia coin collector has
just come Into possession of the first
double eagle struck from the dies
engraved by James B. Longacre at
the Philadelphia Mint in 1849.
The recently discovered coin it
composed of silver and at one time
was in the collection of Mr. Long-
acre. That It was the first piece
struck Is Indicated by the fact that
It bears no date, although both ob-
verse and reverse designs are exact-
ly like the unique gold piece of this
denomination and date that now lies
In the coin collections of the mint
at Philadelphia.
It sl supposed that the coin was
made as a test of the dies, and that
Mr. Longacre placed it among other
experimental pieces of a similar na-
ture which at the time were not
thought co possess much of a value.
Owing to the curious circumstances
that resulted In only one piece being
struck in *i)ld from the 1849 dies
the first go!d double eagle of Long-
acre now Is regarded as the rarest
and most Interesting of all the Amer-
ican gold coins.
Another specimen, In copper, was
made from the 1849 dies. These three
coins represent the only known speci-
mens that were made from the first
dies.
At the time the new double eagle
made Its appearance in 1850 It was
suggested that it be called a Waph-
ington and that on the obverse in-
stead of a heafd of Liberty there
should be the head f Washington
surrounded by thirteen stars, and on
the other side a "handsome eagle
standing out as If it wer? not asham-
ed of itself and surrounded by as
many stars as the number of States
at the date of coinage." This Long-
acre double eagle was used until re-
placed ,by that of Saint-Oaudens.
While many experimental double
eagles have 'been made at the mlit
in gold, copper and aluminum, so far
as is known the recently discovered
specimen is the only one that has
even been struck in silver.-New
York Sun.


When you feel like improving your
personal appearance, study the lines
of your figure. The most Inexpensive
dress and hat, If they harmonize with
your contour, are more ad-mired than
the costliest outfit which shows brok-
en lines and ugly angles. I have
sometimes thought it would be a
good Idea Ift women were not per-
mitted to have good clothes until
they had earned the right to wear
them by a personal demonstration
that they knew what was becoming.
-Hartford Courant.


No matter what a woman's bhuy
band does, muses the New York
Press, she can always find some ex-
cuse for it unless it was about an-
other woman.

Of course the Alabama prohibition
law has got to go through the usual
process of injunction, laments tho
Atlantic Journal.

The annual wear and tear on the
world's currency is estimated at two
tons of gold and 100 tons of silver.

On pasture lands in Alaska grass
grows ix feet high.


I@Pak


HOW. LAPS.. 'CO$tD.
HON. LAPS. D. KOORD, 12S G St.,
Washington, D. C., Ex-Adjutant
General State of Tonnesee, and State's
Attorney at Nashville, is an ardent
friend of Peruns. He does not hesitate
to give public endorsement to this very
excellent remedy.
As a tonic Peruna has no superior.
But it is as a catarrh remedy it has
achieved its world-wide notoriety and
success.
Any catarrh remedy to become per-
manently effectual in the cure of ca-
tarrh must contain tonio and invigorat-
ing qualities with its anti-catarrhal
qualities. Catarrh Is always an express.
siBn of nerve weakness, either local
orgenergI. It is, therefore, Important
that a catarrh remedy should possess
reliable invigorating qualities in order
to thoroughly rid the system of catarrh.
Pe-ru-na for Colds.
Hon. B. 8. Ryan,.now residing in
Nome, Alaska, was formerly a member
of the English House of. Parliament
and Secretary to the late Irish patriot,
Charles Stewart Parnell. His Wash-
ington address is, Now Willard Hotel,
Washington, D.C. iHe writes:
"I have used Poruna and can recom-
mend your remedy as a very effective
cure for colds and catartbal coA.
platl.s1"-14. S. Ryan.
ASK YAUR DRUGGIST FOR A
FREE PERUNA ALMANAC.



PlantM Wood's Seeds



Garden & Farm.
Thirty years in buinesa, with
a steadily increaMin trade every
year-until we have to-day one
of the largest businesses in seeds
in this country-i- the best of
evidence as to
k Superior Quality
of Wood's Seedsa
Weae MhMuartems for
Grauss and Clover Seeds,
Seed Poao mSedOra.
Cow Pes. Soea Seas a


wood's. D.. e
the most usefl sad valuable o
d and Fuan soedalo

To WeWe nea m i



FOUN"


One o the beat je s to bandle
shipments of oranges and vegetables.
Write them today. 'hey are
HEWITT 6 COMPANY,
10 ast andes St. atmorM Md.

A boy olas n the .asp
when be grow up he Salo ainiwu
on the green.


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Rice Growing In Texas.
The Japanese are the most thrifty
rice growers in Texas. There are
several colonies of these planters In
the gulf coast eoglon of the State.
One of the largest is at Webster.
Another colony is at Dceepwater, about
six miles from Webster. Theue Ja'p-
anese give much more attention to
the crop than the average American
planter and as a result they obtain
twice the yield. Many of the Japan.
ese rice planters In the gulf coast
region obtained from twenty to twen-
ty-five barrels of rice an acre this
season. The quality is better than
the ordinary run of rice and top prices
are obtained for the product.-Balti.
more News.

In the Interest of Humanity.
Editor-Is this your first effort?
Budding Poet-Yes, sir. Is it worth
anything to you?
Editor (with emotion)-It's worth
$5. if you will promise not to write
anything more for publication until
after this has been printed. I want
your entire output, you understand.
Budding Poet-I'll promise that, all
right. When will it be printed?
Editor-Never, while I'm alive.-
Chicago Tribune.


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dsrmlatleu, hrws Visitor ow H~m


LATEST


eker.


Loatlen.
*sa Mateo, Putnam Ooasty, kdIt
ea o the east bank of the St
Johar River, ad O SetL above it.
The highest p~int In Florsda, eat of
4t St Johns river, which l Is half
wide at this polat
INe mile trom Palatka, our oounat
i (olty oft 4,O0), I mile from
ts Agsptre and bout -16 mieU
frB lkcksonville.
The termlaus of a branch of tho
FiiWla Cast Coat Railway. The do-
pot being threquarters of a nue
from the ver wharf.
Advantages hd Attratilons.
San Mateq has good shelled roads
and miles of hard sidewalks. Beautl-
tul wateroaks line both sides ut
street. and meet overhead In many
Two churches, public and private
schools, telegraph, telephone, expreq,
money order postoffice, three malls.
dally, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
goods at your door, weekly paper.
The place is incorporated, but no
town taxes have been collected for
over ten years; the many pubUc im-
provements are made by the push and
generosity of the citieans and pulling
together. The state and county taxes
are about 20 mills on about one-third
vahluation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tur.
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open. winters; rates eight to tea 4ol-
lars per week; *2.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove
here last season.
One of the best advantages m
Mateo onjoy is transportation; belag
on both river and rail Is an advantage
that few Florida points njoy. The
past season, for lnstaace, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than congested and fruit shlp
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, in some ease.,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
ea route to northern markets, aad
did not bring enough to pay freight.
while San Mateo shippers, at same-
time. would skip trom-her oMe day
and have fruit go out of Jacksonville
on the Clyde ship the next. This Ut-
tie matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and the hemeseeker
will do well to bear in mind trans.
portatton and cheap rates that come
with competition, in selecting a Flor.
Ida location.
The population Is abott 60, who
came mostly from the northern states.
As a class they are men of mess,
progrc6lve and sociable. Have a bet-
ter elass ot homes than can be found
nla any place in the south of Its sise.
The buildings kept painted and
grounds m good order.
Healthfulness.
On account of its high altitude,
there Is no healthier spot nla Florida
for all the year round or for the win.
ter visitors. For those who come to
Florida on acobunt of health, many
ad this higher altitude, dry anad
balmy air Is better than the lower,
more harasb air found In salt wator
aectona.
Business.
The principle busAiness is orange


growing. Some 400 ares la grove
are here, and as this proves profit*
ablo, there Id a t much attenUtim p4
other crops, although there are some
vgetables grow n for lipml t m


IIPROYED-


ROTARY


GRADER. ,
The result of 17 years' experience as builder of HIGH-GRADE IRU IT GRADERI. A perfect Grader, easy
to operate, cannot bruise the fruit, cannot clog In the machine, lightest running and most up to date machkIe
oa the market Special Packing House Machinery built to order, Supplies, Equipment, Etc. Write me r
myihlng you want Nothing too small to receive my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to odia
For prices and circulars write the Inventor and manufacturer.
BDW. N. MAULL, 'UPlatka, FloridaI, U. S. A.


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cattle and hogs seem to be profit
able.
As an instance for pIro'ft l: a o-od
orange grove, Mr. D. F. DLtney, from
less than sevcn acrc. liat i ;..on,.
shipped $6,200 worth of fruit.
s 8o;1.


The soil varl3a :a great dali from
high pins to low Wad h;ih hlml;:nock,
all within a n)le. ', that lands for
any purpose or crops can be securtrd
San Mateo can be reteched from
Jacksonville by Florld'i l oC.t ('o:n.t
railway or IBeach and Milh r l1r;,
steamers (see time tables r ,;,whrr
In this pAper). The Clyde's St Johns
river steamers arrive here about 10
p. m. so do not advise this route.
Fare B. & M. line $1.25; railroad $2
from Jacksonville.
Launch Rainbow unaves Palatka
every afternoon at 1..,,. Lucas line
steamers 2 30 p. m., every day but
Sunday.
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m.
Tuesays. Thursdays and SaturdayB,
and three tralna d.iliy on F. E. C.
railway. Fare from Palatka 25 cent
say route. tf


KILLT1be COUCH
AND OURE THE LUNGS

w ODr. King's

New Discovery
FOR C8IE68 Goo .
A A THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
QUABA-1TEND SAT1IFAOTORY
OB KONZY RJarumDBD.


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PALATAL LI[K[ jVFLA.


---Dealers in---


FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES

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


WRITE FOR PRICES.


WONDERLAND


THEATRE


W.hon in Pualatka ,lon't li"\l to visit the Wonderland
Theatre. Tho MOVING PIICTURE SHOW of quality.
Entire change of programme each night.


Admission ioc.


Children 5c.


~1IEMIEO


Your fruits n;id vetallabl' to the live houso,


SCHLEY


BROS.,


in the live market, on a live street:


BIALTIMORE, MD.


Account Salhs and Check l'ally. Stenells and Stamps furnished on
applicant lon.
Ilefrwencos: Murchants' NatloniI Hunk, HIaltimore; Murchison Nation.
al Hank, Wilmingtun, N. C.; New York Produce Exchange. "
Wire' or write today for quotation. Avontis wanted.


we As
U~VERIY.


Ede Yew Own Fertilizer:
at Small Cost with
WIUlOWS PIISNIATE MILLI
t Mmto.P. Ala~olorn.
m erp m; u

Mumi NIN as o e Uh..himft


WAALTON
kIl.*ED AND WE


STlABLJES.
Maoe x~idd.n o hsfl. Agents5 Stsda-
baker Bros. IhIfg. Co.. Novt~~d
ILLL Phone S. P. 0. Box 53.


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Wopmvb t to nott a ttes. wrteW; we bvel them o
no to am1 ft.W arBtya lesrem (an m tlsinmmt Ithis peps)
uK 'b ~eeis Ploum hr a boardwshag in.Wrtse-


hal Estate wApacy


IOUR BI 0
NEW FREE
CATALOG
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DJGAST LINR OF HIGH.
cLAS VWIucLs a IRAWESS
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AKERMAN &


)GNi SAE 2ST
GRADt ,SOUTWWN~
we positiVely, mov
30 per ceu st. m m-a e
rmequ tis an u It cwIN r 9J &ew
how we do IL.
STOP paying the extorfios I'iv by dd~
"b"Oges, and put tdigs mosy to yV r dqmge
Write as soj.y &ad P"eO'se casoe,ftj"eu1
~tlams befcwq you 0w. eWcBS IpIow imm, w
won't &Asyo Yoe 0b~y."


STEWART


S WOAm t AND UAIL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUOOGIST.


A.


Gerber & Son,


Dealers nl


Furniture and House furnishing Goods
of 01 duecrptions. Undertakers ad mbateme.
Jo arrived complete Ine Crockery and Chia Tableware HBote
ware. Toilet Sets. Odd Pleoees China Glaswwaro lmps, tea.


CIGARS, TOILw, ARTIOLk NW.
TMghman's C lnditlon Powders for Calte, Hoere and Sheep.
As excellent appetizer for domestic aatPlae, sttpJlag, Md give
a e appearance and glossiness o oaL t I at aIb e r
BWk" I battle, and is also specially recommended for ho ehoet,
oe."


Sole agents, ACOKEMAN & STUWART, PalatIa, le.
raU directions oe baobk o box.
0 PALATKA, * * FLORIDA.


Ernest


M.


COMMISSION 3tU3tHMe .


106-112 FRONT ST., PALATKA.


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KENN/E'RLY H ARDWAR E


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Are County Agenats Ur tdo
OLIVER CHI Lj" PLOWS
Abe for the
PlANETJUNIOS CUAWw&VM
ta f.t&4we s@U0 *vauftgin the

U"s B TOV oCC 01 kinds.Cooking sIe Emee, Isesbe
Flew Gietings, pasem,119%owe, 4 s v M%. Is, s NNWU21%
palmymand f1aoWime
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News the klh to stlu


12 at hotwsm Primcs.


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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.


Wholesale Fruit and Produce.
OTHN M RUITS AND MYVMTAJLM A SnEAOr .


Woe SW4 m8 I


WIT .


MALSBY MACHINERY CO.,


t OCEAN ST.


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
TELEPHONE NO. 574.


We carry at Jacksonville a large
and complete stock of portable and
stationary engines, boilers and saw
!JJ M mills; all woodworking machinery;
all kinds of saws, belting aad mill
supplies.
We have many thousands of satis-
Sfled 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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Isaft PrLk It onotains all the es seatlals of a a t else eotpper, be
md o the be t teel. i and roaded tips to preovet elier ew a Wha
5 sm this lipper, youe wll use so other. Thbe best the dehes
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for twenty s his cows have had
dry hay beefre them every tme
they were put In to be mllked, whih
was twice a day, and -thoe 'owsu
woed at m.e l Ioe do. May.
t"it questloe as leieg ,.ra or
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A Ober AWbes phen
Mt.~be elmed w"hia freh frog
*ea M- imwUo las body belt, to
4*btai bet relts; exempt a wash
SdW when t does dot matter.
St eo ms le wet it mt e.. "an-
W` emtil dry and lue, a.uMn
Mpanmgly o me 1e oil, naetetoot
40r iMIce, 9 It really be asatfoet,
a 1Is .often .a qaeteo in .theW e
*" of ."$Jat.a-s-aol."
When saply clealag the harmes,
It abould be 4mf at.a seltable height,
bnsed ever to diet-dge dust or
Seed dirt, the titeuing and loop(
ied under and eromud the backles rn-
eelvtng close attention, and this
iboidd be followed by a soft cloth,
always well abhaken from time to
time. The harness should then be
"gone over," passing ease part
through the hands, lUmbering It as
It goes. Insuring .rfeIt Inspection.
and giving spe lal attention to any
opot needing It. Then some of .the
standard "composltions" may be
lightly applied, according to direc-
tions, the stuff well- rubbed In, and
any debris cleared -way, and the set
of astnle harness will be gone over
peteetly In twenty minutes; pairs
and fours relatively longer.
In steady use, or when the barnelis
come In very wet and dirty, it should
be well washed every week. As a
rule a tub Is fIled--with water just
having the chill barely taken off, not
In the least "tepid" or "warm," In
which has been dissolved a half
pound of white castle soap, neatly
shaven previously, pouring bolling
water on It, stirring occasionally un-
til It sets in a clear, translucent Jel-
ly. This Is dumped into the tub of
water and mixed at once. The har-
ness is taken apart and all placed In
the tab, except, of course, the sad-
dles and -addod parts.
'Take the harness from the tub,
rinse well In several tepid waters
and hang to drain In moderately
warm room. There should always be
a small oil stove around the harness,
wherever It is kept, not only for
cleaning days, but also for the con.
ktantly recurring wet and dense hu-
mid days, when moisture will search
in through almost anything, produc-
Ing mildew and a small army of kin-
dred Ills. As the harness dries it
should be constantly worked, ban-
died, supplied, looking for congestion
and dispersing it, especially at all
points of contact, tugs, buckles,
loops, etc. This must be done con-
tinuously, so that when the harness
is really dry it Is ready to absorb
the "composition" whioh must be well
worked "into" the grain of the leath-
er. It is worse than useless to aim-
ply smear it on and brush it off. It
Is the grain food, the tissue food.
which must be kneaded Into the
leather.-By One Who Knows How la
American Cultivator.

FNiDING THE COW.
The cows should be fed liberally.
It will be found profitable to tfeed
a small grain ration during the sum.
mer. It not only helps them to keep
up the flow of milk, but they come
into winter quarters In better con.
dMto, do not dry up -so quickly and
ome ouaf the next spring ablo-to do
more work. Mluch, however, demfenls
on the cows sad' the feed.
:it 't 5 l-a that thls additional
feed In summer to the pasture is bet-
teor or the manure and, beeldes,
gSes apertor ailk sad mere of It.
An exUnsive dairyuman says that


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An Indian stream, the River KInt
nah, 600 feet wide, has the longest
span of telegraph wire In the world

Every time a gasoline motor "miss
es fire" a charge of gas has been
wasted.

Each centenary "doth tread upon
another's beel" th!s year, notes tht
loston Transcript.

No British sovereign has vetoed a
parliamentary bill for the last 197
years.





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st We Wvrlh eaid 4i
1111nV ^ Ka P"e bone eout.-
ter w ll be able to rfa~h ws fowls
with the bet egg food possible to
proore. These bone rtaders cut
green bone, to whiah of course ad-
heres some leah &ad ligaments, Into
jlshaving which a ben can easily swal-
low. The ,bonee are not hard to me.
cure on most farm, for the nearest
bay In the aummr time Is a very butcher will give you the Oick of his
la*ortant one. Professor an* offal at a very slight remuneration
beam of New Hamphre. some years and sometimes for practically north.
0go, made the experiment and found Ing. 'One ounce twice a week Is the
tht one poUn0 of hay was equivalent proper amount to feed each fowl.
to one pound b grain for feeding his Green bones are full of the very
cows a the summer time on fresh kind of nutriment the laying hen
pasture. needs and the growing chick An old western dairyman once said mands to make rapid development.
that the most slovenly way of feed- No matter it the fowls do have thb
0lng a cow Is to let her go to pas- run.of the farm, green cut bone will
ture; that shj destroys more than be beqefe&al to thcn, although fowl#4
&he will cat and if a man is using *I range wtlu not require so much
very much fine pasture, especially on green bone as fowls in confinement.
hgth priced land. he is using It to We have mentioned ten dollars as
hteMt disadvantage. He said be the court of a good bone grinder be.
fouG better afford to grow a eromj cause the smaller mac-hines are. as
and feed It to the cow, so there would a rule, not practical. It takes too
be no wasto. much time and too much labor to ac-
It Is Important with silage and complish results with a little ma-
soiling crops to feed some dry hray ohine that resembles n coffee mill in
is well as grain through the sum- size. But with a good modern mako
mer for the effect- that It ,has on th' ef a fair4ize It Is not a hard task to
digestive tract. cut enough bone for a hundr,'d hrlns
A speaker before a dairymen's as- and only a few minutes of time would
socjavlon said that some years back 'be required. And tho value of the
he began feeding the cows grain In resulting feed cannot bh too highly
the summer tile and dry hay every valued for poultry, in maiintalnin-
time they were being milked. He the health and thrift of the- flock,
came to do it by having had a lot stimulating (gg production and pro.
of feed-ground up corn and oats moting quick development in young
mixed with bran-that he was feed. stock.
Ing the cows, and after he turned The farmer Onoult benr In mind
them out to grass he thought he that there is quite a diffreincc be-
would use up what feed he had left. twoen a bone ml', wnl a bl)o wrinl
He noticed that the more cornmeal er. The bone mill brrca.:s or crusl:-,1
there was In the mixture the b.ttr ; only dry bonci whlch ar< not ntearl'
the cows liked it. They did not seem so valuable as green bones because
to care for bran, probably as they In the drl ing process the mo, t va!nt
had plenty of protein. The next year able animal matter ha.- disappn.d.


he fed hay and cornmeal and oats
and had an Increase of fifty pounds
of butter over the product of tho
previous year.-Wetekly Witness.

FARM NOTIS.


from the-m. But the vale of fresh
green bones, with their adhering meat
and gristle. can scarcely be ovrr(sti-
mated.-Ep itomls t.

TTSEFT'TL IN FARM REPAIR WORK.
The following figures are worth re-


Do not value a dairy cow accord- membering, as they will save a good
ing to 'how she pl.:s. 3 tho eye and deal of calculation and give arp-oxi-
then judge her by the standard of mately accurate results with a m'ni-
the beef aulnmal. mum of labor.
We often hee.r that there is going A cord of stone, three bushels of
to be an ov(r-p odlition In the dairy lime and a cublec yard of sand will
industry, but pricr jait keep on go- Jay one hundred cubic fet of wa'l.
lng up for products of good grade. Fe courses of bric'o will lay a
If an industry in which the reward foot in height on a chimney.
is staple is desired, get Into die;ry- Nine br\lels in a cour e will make
Ing. The pricesc of dairy pro.lucts a flue eight Inches wide and twenty
vary but little, and bears cannot cheat inches long. and el-ht bricks in a
the producer out of what rightfully course will make a flue eitht inches,
belongs to him. wide and sixteen inohcs long.
The consumption of milk, cream Eight hushels oft good lime, sFx-
and butter per person is yearly grow- teen hush-1; of nand ani one bushel
ing, and as cleaner dairy method of hair will make rough mortar to
and better grades of dairy p.io:lucts plaster one hundred square yards.
become more common, the conlump- One-fifth more siding and flooring
tlon will still keep incre'ging. is Rci.ded than the number of ituariet
*Many cows have been pacriflc.d be- feet of surface to be covered, boe
cause they did not breed, when the cause of the lap in the siding and
real trouble was that they wore not .retching of the floor.
In good' health, and the services of One thousand laths will cover sev-
a veterinarian (a real veterinarian entry yards of surface, and eleven
not the hollow horn kind) would rounds of lath nails will n:l th em
'have puit her in good health and on.
made her breed. One thousand shingle, laid four
At Pasaadena, California, a goat inches s to the weather will cover Ione
dairy has been started. That city is hundred square iet of suirfa:e, and
the home of exclusive millionaires; five pounds of shingle nails will fast
and it Is thought that goat milk. as n themi on.-Amerlean Ciltivator.
being mcre healthful, will be In bet-
ter <(emand than cow milk. The goat 'AR" OF OAK IITMB10R.
is often called the poor man's cow,
but this California enterprise makes Oak Is a wo.)d whikh calls for uan-
the goat the millionaire's cow. usual and unc' asin.., care in its nianu-
Sbort rations must result in short facture. ThIe tendetnl y of oak. from
profits, since a cow must have a the nmtm-nt an axe is planted in tho
certain amount of feed to keep her side of the tree, is to tplit, (ra k andl
In thrifty condition. What foo.1 she play all sorts of mrean tricks ou the
can digest after that is the part that owner. Suoh tendxicls ean be hehl
brings in the aesh or makes the milk. In hand and almost absolutely obviat-
While a beef cow may make flesh ed by following certain rules.
of this extra part of the feed, the A thick coat of water-proof paint
true dairy cow will make milk of applied to the ends of the logs in a
It.-From "Drops of Dairy Cream," in wise ,expenditure; it prevents the ab-
the Progressive Farmer. sorption (f moisture. Oak, when
piled, should have the ends protected
OREEN CUT DONE. so as to prevent absorption of rain
Few persons would hesitate to In- and moisture, toilowed by the bak-
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8TIBRi THUUVE ON iNST.LA8.
. Experiments In steer feeding at
the Pennsylvania experiment station
show equal gains on a rItion of corn
ensilage as compared with dry fod-
der. Slaughter tests failed to show
any difference In the carcasses of
the two lots and prices paid for the
meat were the amne. Figuring tho
cost, gain 'was 0ade at greatest profit
by feding the ensilage.-Amerloan
Coltlvator.

SHIN1LO S FOR .ROOF.
To calculate number of shingles
for a roof, ascertain number of squaro
feet, and multiply by four, if two
Inches to.weather, 8 for 8% Inchos;
and 7 1-5 If 5 Inches are exposed.
The length of a rafter of one-tbrd
pitch Is equal to three4ftthe of width
of building, adding proJectlon.-Ame8r
lean Cultivator.

Mrs. Charlotte Perkins Oilman. who
cultivates assiduously a reputation
for saying things that make people
sit up and take notice, says the At-
lanta Constitution. volunteered re-
cently that the average married wom-
an was no better off than a slave or
a horse; that the marital environ-
,ment fir(qint!y contravened the con-
stitution,. Inat;murch as It placed the
wife in a stt' indistinguishable from
"involuntary servitude." Whereupon
a little New Yoik hausfrau, sore smit-
tn with pliverty anl domestic (cares,
Isue.d a lib01 for divorce based on
coniltwitlonal grounds, whleh r c!ted
that sh' w;is virtually he I In poon-
age to her htu-band. It is to he lhpe.l
th,' court will s.,' fit to hnrd bh -
dowr a d'crc-e speedily. si, S c It Is
rv.l'vnt t:'-it upon wti ,ver ground o'
juFtir'e h'r special p'ea may rest
h. haI:s omut"rrown her compnti!blity
with the r- in whose name Ph" at
)pr, -nlit 1) ears

If we count the valun of each life
lost at $1.70') and reckon the aver-
age earning lost by illness at $700
per y'rar for rrowni men. esatlimat-s
the New York Mail. we find that tho
economic gain from mitigation of
preventable disease In the United
St rates wouil exceedd $1,500,000,000 a
year.

Fashion annoinc1(' that bonnets
with strings will bIh worn next sea-
son. Thi is Intereting to the In-
dianapolil News. l;::t not as important
as Infornimallion would be as to how
niuich lIonger ove shof s and umbrel-
Ins are to be In vogtu.

Obsr V H. li.' ('il liImbus )Dispatch:
It has time and niaitln been demon-
strated tint in this country what the
people want they c(an have, and good
roads are now to he clashed as among
the things that are determinedly de-
mIanded.

It Is hoped that a conference of
the Postmastcrs (General of Europe
will be held this year In London with
a view to the introduction of penny-
a-word telegrams throughout Europe

Trained falcons to carry dispatches
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PROCLAMATION ISSUED


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CONCERNING TUBERCULOSIS
Governor Recommeads That All Clt.
sm Follow FrG Advice Give Upem
This Sbject.


Tallahassee, Fla. -Governor Oil-
christ has issued the following proc-
lamation:
There is now being conducted a
campaign of education for the study
and prevention of tuberculosis in
this state. Tuberculosis has been
well described as the great white
plague.
Tho United States census report for
the census year ending May 81, 190Q,
shows that the total deaths of the
white race for that year was 892,092.
Of this number 87,60, not quite 10
* per cent, died from consumption. Of
the colored race, the total deaths
were 147,002; 22,286, about 15 per
cent, being from consumption. The
total estimate in Florida was 6,482,
659, less than 9 per cent, died from
consumption. Of these 559, 269 died
between the ages of 15 and 24.
The state board of health estimates
that the money cost of tuberculosis,
including capitalized earning power
lost by death, exceeds $8,000 per capi-
ta, etimating the numbers of deaths
in 1906 upon this, places the total
annual cost in the United States at
$1,10o,000,000 per annum. The cost
of the suffering to those who have
this dread disease cannot be est-
mated.
The state board of health states
that "scientists not only think, but
believe that the disease can be
checked, and not only checked but
obliterated and effaced from the
earth, it a well organized attempt is
made in the direction of assistance,
and with keen sighted educational
measure and supervision.
"Ken-sighted educational meas-
ret' are now being conducted in the
state, under the leadership of the Na-
tioal Association for the Study and
prevention of Tuberculosis. This came
S paig is being conducted with the oo-
opwaation of physicians, health oe*
arp, business men and commercial
bas, women's clubs, labor organlasa
churk societies, fraternal or*
Schools and college and the
Strefre, recommend that all the
residing Il this state take ad.
Sthe opportunities now of
Swithut cost, to becoe
upon and to preserve their
Kfr-t t* 4rded dtseae.

T W. QIORU TS.
ao tte, t a t.
SetWy a State.


eig tht 4 e dy for aim cone
seetve days b write ou the fo-
lowing prajr:r
"0 Lord Jesus, I tmplore Thee to
bless all mankied and keep us from
all evil by Thy precious blood, and
to, take us to dwell with Thee la
eternity."
The governor Is religious coiaply-
Ing with the request. The anonymous
letter proceeds. as follows:
"It is said that those who will not
write this prayer will meet with some
great calamity and those who will
write it in nine days, commencing
with the day resolved will experience
a great oythe ninth day. It is said
nla Jerusalem that those who. write
this prayer will be delivered from all
aeity.''.
S governor subaits the prayer
a&d the advice to the people of lnor-
ida with the sdggestion that if they
possess virtue he doesn't want to be
th4 only Plorldian to "experience some
great Joy on the ninth day," or to
S"'delivered from some great ca-
ldnity." Heo eels that it can cer-
tainly do no harm and may do great
g9od for all of the people, or a large
part of them, to daily ask divine
blessing upon all mankind. The mere
fact of a large number of people un-
dertaking to write this little prayer
will tend to impress the beneficent
idea of charity and mutual helpful-
ness upon their minds and hearts.


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HOW'S THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
rard for any case *of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
'ure. F. J. CHINEY & CO., Toledo,


Ohio.
'We, the undersigned, have known
P. J. Cheney for the last 16 years,
ond believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and finan-
"cally able to carry out any obliga-
tJons made by his irm. WALDNG,
bT.*4NAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surtaes of the system.
Testimonials sent tree. Price Tec
por bottle. Gold by all druggists.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In-
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimoilals sent free. Price
15c per bottle. Bold by all druggists.
'Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
stipaUon.


SEINME EIIEK MEE


Committee Will Go to California to
Study Methods In Use There.


Tampa, Fla. The announcement
that a convention of orange growers
of Florida would be held at the Tam-
pa Bay Casino brought together at
that place 160 grove owners and cit-
rus fruit growers who were Interested
in bettering the conditions Incident
to the marketing of the Florida or-
ange crop.
After considerable disccusslon as
to the best method for permanent
organization of the orange growers
of the state, it was finally decided
to send a committee to California to
Investigate, holding the present con-
vention as a permanent organisation
until the committee returns and
makes a report on June 1.
The committee of growers consists
of Dr. P. W. Iman of Florence Villa,
L. B. Skinner of Duval. J. W. Sam-
ple of Polk, L W. Tilden of Orange,
H. B. Heltman of Fort Myers, J. J.
Heard of Arcadia and W. B. Oray
of Tampa.
The"s gentlemen generously voluna.
teered to go to California at their
own expense to Investigate as repre.
sentatves of the convention.


Washlngte OAe Oave Up.
to three doctors; was kept In bed for
Ave weeks. Blood polset from a spid-
er's bite asked large, dep ars to
wr hois e The d Mtors failed,
thea "BAklem's Arnies ave 0oem.
pMtely esred m" writes John WaM .
*WAstR. ofU B Ite Thsaa. or
maema, be, bursn aon piles it's u-
pnm. Me at A. W. Bwlesr*. t


m w Tot WWrd reosesy W
Taoy Wsen of Irviews by wire
wt the sorw"ors at state, giving
their opinions oft the value to the
United States and their own respect-
ie states of the around-the-world na-
v" erule wbich ended that day at
iampton Roads. The honor of lead-
ing the list was accorded to that sent
by Governor Gilchrist of Florida. It
was his opinion that this cruise dem-
onstrated the necessity of the Pan-
ama canal as a war and peace meas-
ure; that if a nation possessed of a
suitable fleet should, incident with
a declaration of war, land a quarter
to a half million of men on the Phil-
ippines we could not land thereafter
oven a brigade; that- the republican
policy in not neutralising the Phil-
ippines was a weak one; "demonstrat-
ed the folly of spending billions of
money and thousands of lives in the
army of occupation, in educating peo-
ple whom we can't assimilate and
who ddb't want to -be assimilated;"
and "demonstrated that if the 'Phil-
ippines are not neutralized, the effi-
ciency of the navy should be trebled,
and that two-thirds of this increased
navy should be stationed at the Phil-
ippines to retain people whom all par-
ties here say they do not wish to
retain and all people there say they
do not wish to be retained." There
were other points made, all clothed
In language equally incisive with that
of the passages quoted. The govern-
or ends with a fitting quotation from
Watvhington's farewell address con-
cerning entangling alliance.
Go In what direction you please in
Jacksonville nowadays and you will
find it hard to escape the noise of
the hammer and saw. And families
no longer wait for a dwelling to be
finished before they move in. If at
is capable of being locked up enough
to keep intruders out, some family is
sure to be willing to set up its Lares
and Penates before the carpenter and
plasterer are quite through with the
building.
The citizens of Monticello are much
stirred up over the rumor that the
Atlantic Coast Line Railway intends
to construct a line of road from Per-
ry, Fla., to Amsterdam via Talla-
hassee and give Monticello the go-
by, Instead of building through that
city, which is considered by the peo-
ple of Monticello to be the only log-
ical point of construction.
The inventive spirit is strong in
Tampans and that city bids fair to
rival the former fame of New Eng-
land for inventions. The latest is a
patent whereby any may may put a
lin roof on his house himself. Now
It some Tampan will invent something
whereby any man can acquire a
house of his own on which to put a
Lin roof we may all be happy yet.
Never in the history of St. Pe-


tersburg has there been so much
building of homes and residences as
there is at the present time. It Is
not a boom of buildings as most of
the structures under way are being
erected by those who live in St. Pe-
tersburg the year round. It shows
their opinion of the city's future.
Pensacola is to have a seaside ho-
tel, a summer hotel, on Santa Rosa
Island, on the site of the old life-
saving station, which was blown
down in the great storm three years
ago. It will have about a hundred
rooms and is expected to .be finished
Jn a few months, in time for the next
season. -
Wear a white flower on the second
Sunday in May, preferably a white
carnation, but be sure to wear a
white flower. That day has been se-
lected as "Mothers Day," such a flow.
er as a means of observance. There
is no holier sentiment in mankind
than the self-sacrificing love of a
mother for her child. Every man
and woman is ennobled through cher-
ishing love for the mother who bore
bim or her. No relation In life is
more tender than that of a mother
to her children, or grateful children
to their mother. Motherhood means
more danger to life than the battle.
feld, it means countless sacrifices.
even at the cosJ of health itself. None
but an Ingrate would refuse to ob.
serve the day set apart for paying
respect to the mothers of the land.
It only needs that every person who
honors his or her mother, or her
memory, shall wear a white flower on
that day. the second unda ina May.
In public schools it will be the 1rri-
day before.
Determined to secure for Peasea


the ltId


M secret of umg 1153 Ins-
deals with the bood. But long ago
mllUoms o Aae a b hbad proved
e1otrie Bitter prkep life and
makes it worth lvtiar. It rpuflre,
enriches and itallsee the blood, re.
builds wasted ner"e eels, Imparts lite
and tone to the eatite system. It's
a Oodsend to week, slek sad doebl-
tated people. "Kidney trouble hal
blighted my life for momtha," writes
W. M. Sherman of Cashfi Me., "but
4letric Bitters cured me entirely."
Only 60c at 65. W. ,owle 's. t

1N11 STIT" LIA" L L
as Begun Crusade for Cleallness in
Pensaeola.
Pensacola, Fll.-"Don't. spit when
not necessary; spit carefully when
you spit; and try to make each spit
the last spit."
This is the slogan of the "Don't
Spit League," being organized among
the army and navy forces at the
navy yard, and at the fort at this
place, as a result of the "ninety-day
campaign" of the Association for the
Prevention of Tuberculosis.
Revolts at Cold Steel.
"Your only hope," said three doc-
tors, to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit,
Mich., suffering from severe rectal
troubles, lies in an operation; then
I used Dr. King's New Life Pills," she
writes, "till wholly cured.. They pre-
vent appendicitis, cure constipation,
headache, 35c, at 8. W. Rowley's.
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DEFIED BLUE LAI.
Railroad Works 200 Men on Sunday
at Pensacola.

Pensacola, Fla. Notwithstanding
that the blue laws of Wlorida have
been strictly enforced here for the
past month, even to the closing of the
fruit stands, the L. & N. railroad de-
fled them when it placed 200 men at
work unloading logs.
The company claimed that it was
very necessary to handle the ship-
ment expeditiously, and in order to
do so, had to employ several hundred
men on the Sabbath.

Soldier Balks Death Plot.


It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war
veteran of Kemp, Texas, that a plot
existed between a desperate lung


trouble and the grave to cause his
death. "I contracted a stubborn
nold," he writes, "that developed a
sough that stuck to me, In spite of
all remedies, for year. My weight
run down .to 130 pounds. Then I be-
gan to use Dr. King's New Discov-
ery, which restored my ,health com-
pletely. I now weigh 17 pounds." For
severe colds, obstinate coughs, hem-
orrhages, asthma and to prevent pneu-
monia It's unrivaled. &c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by S.
W. Rowley. tf

Pensacola is discussing a park and
boulevard plag proposed by the Park
Commissioners' Association, That
city has a picturesque site and four
wide streets which would make very
handsome boulevards it artistically
handled. It is proposed to have a
chain of boulevards and parks.

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.They always grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
RnA f tlan In thJi In planting groves now, think of the
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New catalog for the coming seasouN
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shrubb, roses, palms, ferns, etc. Send
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New and liberal management.

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oth eamiuMt S Ion idateratol DaOg
AME drlight. Tbotmi Nelmn Page broke
S*talNties keeps thes a rather acrImoaleOus tesomion
a wa".I ,bthe telegraph deftly laterposing a tory.
r 0leU death rell fs"After all." te said, theftf tI s14t
and tor y7 B cmuch real hetp In that id*a. It b
tI 4 vOi4d the latal eastern such an Idea a3 emanated roam the.
"me moti .Not a'l the sen* mind ef a hatr, cra-l *M ft ptaiaL
lr" of otve taught the larks **"In midoccan the cook approached.
40 build tler aests out of reach of the captain timidly.
e6thOe aM4 elekie. Only the noisier | *"Captain,' he said. 'the men are
Senate of dogs and uns has brought growlln' about the beef. They say
sequlred experience. In this the true they can't chew it nohow. They say ,
Sportsman bad bi) coasolatlon, for If it's only fit to mend their sea boots
difficulty be the essence of sport with.'
hen that difficulty is likely to In- "'How much beef are you giving
Orease.-Pall Mall Gazette. 'em c6okle?' the captain asked.
"'A l.ound apiece a day. sir.' said
A bill has been Introduced In the the ecok.
Legislature of Oregon prohibiting the "'Well,' said the captain gently,
wearing of hatplus more than ten 'give them half a pound apiece from
biches In length, We would like to new on. I should be sorry to force
know what Col. George Harvey, vire- 'em to cat what Isn't to their taste.'"
president of the Suffragette Associa- -Rochester Herald.
ton, Is going to do about this, and
also we would ask for Information ScOttish Marriage Custom.
Opon another point. How is a hat, Many quaint marriage customs atHtl
thirty-three feet In circumference uo survive in -many old English an'd
be kept on the head without a p!n $cctuish families.
at least ten inches in length? H- j One notable tradition of this sort
sides, what business in It of the Ore- still kept green by the Dukes of At-
gdn House of ItReresentatives how ioll and their heirs Is that of the
long hatpins are? The women In bridegroom carrying the bride across
that State should not Le dprived of the threshold of Blair Oastle,. It be-
some moans of defenc--Charleston ing in ac*-rd with an ancient tradi-
News and Courier. tion that it Is unlucky for a bride -who
rntrR tho cnstle for the first time
Fair Warning to Kansas Hunters. to walk in the ordinary way. This


Khanst asn& Uthr ii r n~ayvs *mn is only no nof the many quaint old
Icting ahnt the Kansas-Nebraska fUdal ustoms tht, are observed up-
line say that Jutt over thn bounl:r'vonts t:!t. which th" uke of
In T1ill Bryan's State a certain farmer Athoil hold froim the .'rown by one
has grown most awful tired of h:v-. thos es rn te r e
of thlose strange tenures which are
ing his farm traniped over by hl.uni- ce,.onapy to be found In Great Birt-
ters, and he has hiung up this sign, nin. ;)rar o forfo&'ur' the own-
on a coupc of barr staves:er has to present his sovereign with
NoUs: Trespassers vwill be prose- Iat t rose, whenever he or she vis-
cuted to the ful extent of 3 mon : its the castle.-l-dy's Realm.
dogs which ain't never blui Ty sos-
baltrl sto strav h !nt loa ded w. The determination qf Trility to sell
- dnI-h ain't loaded wlnhmuch of its tn:nement property for
SI it improvement is wire, pronounces the
tired of this h. Ii ratidn' on my prop- New York World. An income of le q
erty.-Kast 'City .Jiriial. Mathen 2 1-2 per cent. Is not what the
church ought to receive. yet its trms-
Judght From Flash of Powder. e tees iny not feel like borrowing
Jude. oloftll, .Md o large sums fcr extensive improve-
Superior Criminal court in charging ment. The lubi e benefit will be the
a jury recently in speaking of the me. The buyers biti improve i th
question as to whether the witnesses buyers will improve t
assufficient wlphth toIdentify the t old houses and Trinity will or should
tald sufficient 1liht to Identify the get bo
defendant by, referred to an old a get a
in England at a time when old fash- Freight is handled in the Philip-
Icned black gunpowder that made con- pines by coolies, who, with a ba.m-
sidrable light when discharged was boo. pole and a piece of rope, carry
nus(td. In a most precarious fashion pack-
A woman who happen I ed to be pa e ages that are liable to dirp and burst
lug saw the shot In question fired at any moment. Hence the need of
and Identified the man who fired it good stock for the casings and re-
by the light of the flash. The pris- enforcement with iron strapbands.


oni r afterwr.i verified her tLestlmony
by his confession.-Bcoton Herald.

When England Shook.
In the course of Its history Eng-
land 'boa known a few serious earth-
quake shocks. In the days of Wit.-
liam Rufus one was felt throughout
the country, and In 1274 an English
earthquake destroyed Glastonbury
among its othtr damaZe, while part
of St. Paul's Cathedral fell In as the
result of an earthquake In the six.
tenth century. Perhaps the most re-
cent shock was that which nlllictod
much damage In the Eastern counties
In 1884; a mansion house fund was
opened for the sufforers.--London
Chronicle.
The recent disatrous accidents In
the British navy have given rise to
'.o. Wastation against the practice of
1 ,d Mag met aneuvers and sham at
at pight without lights.


A' S e last session no fewer thai
letters and packets were post-
.g j *-SO Mouse of Commons post
|.'id 1,087,850 delivered.
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Opal BuPg manuro.
erfumes are In London,.
I' towa of oMath Pranwe
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Telling The Truth.
Freshman Debater-Was my argu-
snent sound?
Candid Critle-Ye3-largely.-Yahl
Record.
George Washington.
lie was the trutthfullest of men,
And yet full oft I wot
He said. "I'm glad to i.ee you" when
lHe really was not.
Nautical Error.
"I am sorry to hear, captain, that
your wife left you so' unceremonious.
1y."
"'Gy mistake, sir; I took her for a
matb, and she proved to be a skip.
per."-Tit-Bita.
Reports from the men who have
been in the Malne woods this month
Indicate that one of the most sue-
eessful hunting seasons for a long
Utie Is at hand.
Franklin Davis. the 8-year-old son of
William F. Davis of Glassboro, N.
J., bad his leg broken three Umme
In three weeks, but twice the limb
was broken by a Aystelan to pro-
Tent tts becoming Cr ked.
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Just now 4erM Is a lively dise ts
E las England over the discretion
or roelyvib o ualvely on a vegetable
teL Though It Is adaUtted that too
hrwty t ltasegmp I meat. ems
ebse and -other anlai food may
pove avwoltme, at least-one lead-
tlf medleal publlatba, "The Lancet,"
bolds at there I danger In the
*ther etrem. It delaree emphatl-
ally that the Indtvidtwl who su '-
Mlst Spon a exclusively vegetable
dtt Is ftar sor soeceptible to thd
atteeks of disease than is the con-
smerw 6 aumal food. InW4cl, It pro-
,abO vestarniasm a "fallacy,"
Iilaf .both Ma physalal energy an.l
tebdectual vigor weaker than could
be* expected with a mixed diet. It
aysp In the following fashion:
"The vegetarian schooll has pointed
with triumph in its own wind to the
OrIeatal peoples a4 examples of phy-
teal strength and endurance, sup.
ported alone by a vegetarian die'.
These examples in the light of an
exceedingly Interesting practical In-
quiry on the subject can no longer
Serve the arguments of the vegetarian
advocate. *We refer to a study of the
problems of nutrition connected par-
tictattkly with the well-being and phy-
sique of the teeming natives of Ben-
gal In relation to their diet, which
consi ta principally of rice. The in-
vetpigation was undertaken by Cap-
tain D. McCay, I. M. S., the profes-
eaor of physiology at the MedicaJ Col-
lege, Calcutta, and It will be admit-
ted, we think, that he has added a
masterpiece of physiological inquiry
to previous contributions. Theoreti-
cal considerations may be left out,
although they are obviously of inter-
et compared with the results of prac-
tical observations. Experimental de-
tails, also, though full of scientific
interest, may be omitted, but it is
enough to say that the results fully
justify the conelasions arrived at.
"Any one, we are told, who has
seen the ordinary Dengalee coolie at
work will not require much statis-
tical evidence to convince him of the
marked superiority of the European;
men have often to be employed in
India for work that women will do
in Jngland. Again, from an insur-
ance point of view, the life of the
Bengalee is very inferior to that if
the European. In spite of the fact
that the Bengalee exists on a quan-
tity of protein (a chemical comilun.ln
essential to health and furnished
largely by meat) than Professor Chit-
tendon, of Yale University, regards
as sufficient, the Bengalee's resistance
to disease owing to an unreplenish-
ed condition of the blood accompany-
ing a low protein intake.
"Nor is the function of the kidneys
the better for a low protein intak.,.
for kidney disease is more com' on
among natives than among Euro-
peans, while among the upper mid-
olo classes the extreme presence of
glycosuriA would prove conclusively
'that the danger of an excess of car-
bobydrate intake is even a more real
mid present one than that of pro-
tld excess.' Prom this it would atp-
pear that the human machine lu
health is able to eliminate more com-
pletely thoe toxic products elaborated
ftrm a generous diet of protein than
from a diet overstocked with car
bohydrate. At all events, in the lat-
ter case the resisting power of the
tuse to disease is decidedly low.
sd, s that diabetes, pneumoni:i,
tateh lalois, spreading gangrene ,
et., are very prevalent among the
Daalbes, 'who ubsist on a beggar-
t pMt4ta diet.


*D Met yield a edleSmy et
tell, ad thebrei, ta order to ob
Iait this sue**M- y, qtinmttty of
eskohydrate has to be eosume4
dimultanoously, which plaees a stralt
upon the resourie of the body, uld-
matI4y leading to a reduced vitaity,
which is favorable to microbial lI
vaalon and Its resulta"

FOUR FISH ON ONS CASJ.

Two Perch and Two Trout, Accord.
In to This Angler's Story.
It is something after all to be the
hero of record, even If It does not
*mean much, and perhaps, the success.
ful landing of four fish on one cast is
[not unworthy of being rescued from
oblivion.
It happened with me here on the
Shannon some few years ago In the
last or very nearly the last of my sea-
sons with the wet fly. and is the
more remarkable as I have not fish-
ed with four flies on my cast half
a dozen times in my life. I was
fishing from a boat anchored at thu
tall of the strong broken water of
the weir, and rose and hooked wnat
I. saw was a trout of about halt n
pound.
Presently as I was playing him his
motions seemed to become most er-
ratic; he would pull heavily down and
then instantly there would be slack,
or a movement down stream would
become a movement up with a sud-
dennes. quite bewildering, and for a
few minutes I could make neither
head nor tall of the action that was
going on below. At last on the line
co:ning closer I saw there was a good
sized perch on the highest droppe r
and presently I saw a second perchl
on the lower, while a moment later
I was astonished to see that my trout
was also still on the point with a
smaller trout on the dropper next
him.
None of the fish was large of
course, though th" perch next me was
quite a pound; but I saw there was
scarcely a ,pcLtsible chance to get
all four into the boat safely, so haul-
ing up the stone and rope which held
:ne, I quietly started paddling for the
shore a hundr.'d yards off with al-
ternate strokes of the oars. Strange
to say, I reached the low shelving
shore without a single i-h escaping,
and slipping out of the boat drew the
Whole string ashore in triumph.
The four fish were about two
pounds in weight, and I had an :ap-
plauding gallery of several young fel-
lows on the bank whom it took me all
my time to restrain from rushing In-
to the shallow water to scoop out
the struggling fish when they saw the
extraordinary catch I was trying to
drag ashore.--Fronm the l',Id.


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 77.


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Smd Toe Hame AwaI Brught, ad which rhas bee
nto -e tfor over 80 yeasb has borne the signature of
0 and has been made under his pe.s
Monalsupwvilson oIce itslanapq.
Allowno one todeelve you nths.
AU Counterfeits, Imitations and oJ st-egood" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Inflmt and Children-Experience against Experiment.


What is CASTORIA
(Mtorla Is a harmless subitltute for Castor Oil, Pare
gore, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Ophunm, Morphine nor other Narcotid
substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Wormn
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleamp
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

cENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

Bears the Signature of







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In Use For Over 30 Years.
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FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


Dicken's Mustache.
Among some storie. told the other
day by Mr. W. P. Frith, the Royal
Academician, who at 90 years of age
smokes six cigars a day mand sits up
until midnight jphying cards, is the
following concerning Charles Dickens:
Frith, many years ago, was comnmis-
sionod to paint a portrait of the
novelist. "There was a hitch abo'it
the first sitting," says the nonagen-
arian. "Dicke.ns hid started growing
a mustache. which was considered al-
most a crime In those days. The de-
lay in the sittings continued, and one
morning, when we expected to find
Dickens had r,,lented and bad shav-
ed off his mustache, to our dismay
he toad started growing more hair on
his chin. liarundseer called that morn-
Ing, and heo gave a great start *when
he saw Dicken's fa'e<. Dhickens then
took the bull by the horns. 'I say, old
fellow, you don't seem to notice this.'
he said, pointing to his mustache.
'Oh, yes, 1 do.' was the reply. 'It on-
ables me to see less of you, and that's
an advantage.' "-Tit-Bits.

Milly-And how does your brother
take married life?
Tilly-He takes it according to
4Ireaolons. His mother-in-law liver
wit him.-Ilkwatrated Bits.


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AV' i R S f ,IDtC3 SLEEP.
A hot bath taken before going to
bed will frequently so relax the
nerves and auseles that sleep is pos.
lible as soon as one lies down. It I


ase| saM d ievn tie p "
WOeWal pto t as bam skIa so
tat it be diperg a yo tAM
SBeat the plp to a era. mme-re it
and add 1.@ of the qatity of O1ed4
p pfaebes, I tablepoonful ot leoan
I Juice. 3 tablegpooas of o eatetS '
sugar. Mix tUls well together ad 44M
careful not to have the pulp too liquid.
"Then fill the banana skins and stand
them on Ice. Before serving tie ach
.~banana with contrataig ribbon.-
BIoeton Post.


always well to have some light re- '" R
tflment by 'the bed to take, if one STFNCrLED FLOOR.
it awake, because no person who In After 1)getn f the floor the denr-
hungry ',n sleep.-Washlngton Star. ed ce!or, get from any dealer in art
-.S gods a piece of heavy waxed paper
TABLE OF MEASURE. suitable fir stewcil upe. Cut in sten-
Ose pint butter equals one pound; ell the desired figure, leaving what-
1 large tablespoonful. one-hlif ounce; ever space you desire between thr
10 eggs. 1 pound; 40 drops, 1 tea- figures around your stencil. After
spoonful; 1 common sized tumbler painted floor Is thoroughly dry, select
holds one-half pint; 1 pint chopped R a color 'which will look pretty or to
meat packed makes 1 pound; 1 tea- match your paper, end paint in your
spoonful salt to one pound of meat; stencil, one, two or three rows around
1 scant pint granulated sugar equals room; when dry .put on a coat of floor
one pound. varnlsh.
o___ When stencilling it Is very import-
HANDY DRYING DEVICE. ant to have a very little paint on
Take an old umbrella frame and your bush, and Intead of the usual
wind the wires with white cloth and motion use the vertical or tapping
suspend by handle from the ceiling motion, wiping side of stencil which
near the range. It will prove excel- comes In contact with floor after mak-
lent for drying baby's clothes and Ing each design. A small round brush
Other little pieces. If bnndle is not will be found most convenient. The
of the hook kind a hook can easily outside of my stencil was 7 1-2 by 7
be bored into a straight handle.- 1-2 Inches, with a four-inch figure
Pittsburgh Dispatch. rlpparing in centre as described
-... above.-Boston Post.
DYEING PFATIII-IIS AND TIPS.
Anyone having white tips or feath- ECONOMIC BOOT POLISH.
ers or even feather boas who would A homemade paste for polishing
like to save them can do so lby patent leather boots and shoes can
washing with Ivory soap, rinse well te easily prepared. Take 1-2 ounce
in a strong bluing water, and they of white beeswax, cut or scrape It
will c(me cut a pale blue, then put in small pieces, put it into a small
on a plate in the oven, or hold over Jam pot, which must stand in a sauce
the heat and they will be as good pan of boiling water; as soon as It


as new when dry.-Boston Post.

G INGIRIIltEA AD.
This is the real old-fashioned gin-
gerbread, and rightly bakcd, the crupt
is deliciously crisp. Mix one cup of
good leaf lard with a cup of dirk
brown sugar. Stir in, one after the
other, one cup of New Orleans no-
lasees, two eggs, it cup of sour milk,
a tables-poonful of ginger, a teaspoon-
ful of cinnamon, a teasioonful of all-
spice, about two cups of flour and
one teasl)oonful of baking soda mixed
In a little hot water.-New York Trib-
une.


CIIALLI.
I wonder whether the pcssibilltiel
of a remnant of challl have suggest-
ed themselves to the mind of the
business girl? For if they have not.
I want to describe how thio pretty
fabric could be made up into slin-
'ple house frocks or for afternoon
wear.
If becoming, such a remnant made
Into an onpire model, with short
walat, broad ribbon belt und round
Dutch neck, would 'be m',st effective.
Such a frock packed- away In the
vacation trunk will came in for a
good deal of wear and yet be ex-
eeediogly smart though quite laux-
pensive.-Plttsburg Dinpatch.
ORAN DMOTIH.ER'S PUM'PIN PIES.
Belect a firm yellow pumpkin, pare
and take out the seeds nd pulp. Cut
Into two-Inch cubes, put into a deep
kettle *with a quart of water and let,
it boll slowly until the pumpkin is
soft. When soft, uncover the kettle
and set .it back on the stove where
P l -Ut s!' S*;P rifeh 'lOden brown-It may
t.' two days. Rub through a col-
e lsIer lweon cool and for each pie
S dw 1 oI p of pumpkin, 1-2 cup of
|awe d m. 1 s@p hot maillk, 1 eIgg.
144M l leppo a "arown
-lt sier, pipob of *alt.
S deep 0 ltes Uaed with


1. ~Is o. I
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is liquid, add 1-2 an ounce of olive"
oil, then the same quantity of pure
larOt. Stlr the whole with a piece of
stl.k or cane, then add 2 tablespoon-
fifs of turpentine, and stir it well in;
Finally. put in the same quantity of
oil of lavender; pour into tin boxes,
let it get cold and firm. After the
boots have had .'I dirt and dust re-
moved, rub ou a little of the past
and polish wIth a linen rag; this will
keep the leather soft and ,prevent it
from cracking.-Boston Post.


RECIPES.
Carrot Jam.-Boll carrots until ten-
der, drain and mash them. For each
pound of carrots, allow 1 pound of
sugar and Juice of 1 lomon; boil slow
ly until the mixture jellies and sot
away in; glass.
Cold Water Pound Cake.-Threeo
eggs, 2 cups sugar. 1 cup butter, 1
cup cold water, 3 cups of flour, I
teaspoon of cream of tartar, 1-2 tea-
spoon of soda, lemon.
Oysters Baked Their Shells.-Re-
move the boards from 1 dozen oy-
sters, beat up an egg and bake about
2. tablespoonfuls of crumbs, dip each
oyster in the egg and cover it with
crumbs to which you have added a
good dust of salt, popped and grated
nutcneg; replace the oysters in their
deep shells, put a tiny piece of but-
ter on the top of each; bake In a
quick oven a pale brown; serve In
their shells with a few drops of lem-
Cn Juice on each.
A Luncheon Dish.-Take baker'4
rolls and remove the soft Inside part
leaving the crust; for each roll boll
an egg and mash It with a silver
fork, add a little butter, pepper and
salt, and a larg6 dessertspoon of finely
minced ham, mix well together and
fill the rolls; instead of ham use
cold beef or lamb.
Tomato Soup.-ScaJd and 'peel 2
quarts of tomatoes, slice into cook-
ing kettle and bring to a boll, then
add one teaspoon soda to dissolve thin
tomatoes and prevent the soup trout
curdling, strain the vegetable bisque
after it has boiled T tnautes, to ro-
ect the seeds, Q a quart of
scalding milk. ea r, generous
lump of butter M a" ftp a mo~nit


it is peedM ar loer ofe tw'
Biscuit Tortoal.-On6 gtlt WOt,
1.- pint sugar, boiled together IS
minutes. Whip up 8 eggs (not sep-
arately). Bemoe bolling ,olltIe
ald pour It .evr ths eagg. ,tR
to the fire and boll 8 to 10 minutes,
being sure that It is thick, before
taking .It off. When cool whip
and stir Into the mixture a pint of
ercam; flavor with vanilla. Put In
a mould, pack In Ice and salt and
let stand five or six hours. When
ready to serve sprinkle With grated
stale macaroons. One of the lcee;
nicer than ice cream.


Bounty on Rattlesnakes In Iowa.
What is considered the first trealt
bill, although It Is considered serl-
ously where reptiles are found in
large numbers, is a bill by Senator
Quigley providing for the payment of
a bounty of 50 cents for the killing
of rattlesnakes. The rattles and two
Inches of the tail of the reptile muat
be presented at the office of the
County Auditor with an afflildavit that
the snake was killed In the county
where application is made for the
bounty. The Auditor may destroy the
tail, but the rattles may be returned
to the slayer.
It is recalled h connection with
Senator Qulgley's bill that Senator
Newberry, his ,professor from the
Clayton district, was bitten by a rat-
tlesnake a year ago, the misfortune
nearly resulting in death.-Des
Moines Capital.
Caviar to the Bangorlan.
We are indebted to Manager E.
H. Mackliln, of the Winnipeg (Can-
ada) Frce Press, for a sample of
Lake Winnipeg caviar. We appre-
ciate the compliment implied by
sending us the sample, Mr.
Macklin evidently assumes that
we have an educated palate, but we
must confess that our palate has not
been educated up to caviar, and we
should not therefore be included with
King Edward, Peter the Great, et al.,
as a lover of it. Caviar is said ro
be an excellent appetizer. but we
think we can find something better
or at least more to our liking even
here in the prohibition State of
Maine-Uncle Joe Bass in the Dan
gor (Me.) Commercial.


Science Hid to Hustle.
"I have been taking some moving
pictures of life on your farm."
"Did you ketch the hired man !n
motion?"
"I think so."
"Ah. science kin do anything these
days."-Louisville Courier-Journal.

The Seats of the Mighty.
Large and Dignifled ITncl-e-VWhy
don't you get up and give one of
the ladles your seat, Tommy?
Tothinmy-Why don't you get up and
Rlve them all your seat?--Harper's
'Weekly.

1How to Land 'Em 4n Kansas.
After a man has nibbled, it often
requires a shrewd girl to land him.
The trouble seems to be that thu
girls let them nibble too long. They
should be landed high and dry at
the first bite.-Atchison Globe.
A remarkable piece of work was
recently shown at a German exhib!-
tion in the shape of a well-executed
landscape made of colonies of differ.
ent colored bacteria thriving in gela-
tin and meat extract.

Lightning struck the store .of Ho.r
ace Swan at Georgetown, Del., and
when Swan recovered from the shock
he found one of his ears had been
scorched until It wa brown.

The-'hilean Government has be.
gun work on double tracking the
main radlway line from Valparaiso to
Bantiago, a distance of about 100
mHles. [


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where located. If you de-
sire to sell send us de.
soription and price.

IF YOU WANT


TO BUY


lWCATA GUE FREE
DOW WIRE & IRON WKS. LOUISVILLE.KY.

IT MIGHT PAY YOU
TO SHIP YOUR


Oranges,

lGrapefruit,



Tangerines,


Vegetables,


Etc., to


R, DIEATWYLER&Co,.

Philadelphia, Pa.
For steint, ataps or any tor.
nation cor nrpicate with Orlando
o 00, Orl odo, ria.
By and by a man gets tired of ask*
'r., for his 'daily bread and Insists oi1
having pie and cake.

Natural that one shoqid have an
all-trone feeling after blowlas h is last
dime.


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

Nerthwesteru Bssimess Agency,
Dept. io, Bank-ef Commerce
Building, MinneapolIs, Minnesota.



CHARLES KUPPERBUSCH,



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


OVERALLS.


The only authorized bottlers are


The Palala Coca Cola Bttlin: Hanan, Ralston, B. & P. Kor-
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EDWARD SUMMER, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.

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ACCOUNT INAUGURAL CEREMONIES
PRESIDENT' I-ELECT TAFT.
Tickets on sale February 26th, March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, final limit to
reach original starting point not later than midnight, March 10th.
Great Military Parade.
For further Information, reservations, etc., call on nearest ticket
agent, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington, N. C.
T. C. WHITE, General Pae, enger Agent.
1ram m-


Palatka


Ice Factory


PURE ICE
From Distilled Water.
AdL. OUr WILL, RICUVE PROMPT S ATTINTIO.
/ OREMIPONDINO5 OLIITE.


box M&


We Sell It Under This
GUARANTEE


We guarantee that these six pairs of
Holepro*f sox or stockings will need
no darning for six months, If they
should, we agree to replace them by
new one$, upon surrender of the pur.
chase ticket with the worn pair and
one ooupon, provided they are return.
ed to us within six months from date
of sale to the wearer.


This guarantee L. made with the die-
tinct understanding that all the hose
In each box must be worry by one per.
son only. Therefore each lot must con.
slet of one size.
REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE


Furnishing Coods,

Trunks and Bags.



Fearnside Clothing Co.


Palatka, Fla.


Phone 91.


Mall orders will have our very best and prompt care.


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PALATKA, PLA.

Stock of the Daa Mateo Fruit Oo.
offers one of the very best oppoual*ul
ties for profitable investment to be
found In Horlda. Write for ptrtibalare
to san Mate* Fruit CO. Sa Mat l


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Sir Robert Hart the ebraa is
bpeetoeneime oat the ~taebo e-
tomna, speoglng a dintAe tO L
don the Other dao that he b sO
in Pekin it out a IS 'U that Msted
seventeen onseoutive bourn. eThre
were 126 course, and he tasted them
all. -Mr. Ward, the American envoy
to Chine, who tried to secure an
Interview with the 3mperonr ieng-
Pung 1869, tells how be was e-o
tertained at a dinner that hated frtoM
noon one day until 6 o'clock on the
evening of the day following. The
'total number of courses e not giv-
en, but Word montlons that be had
to give In after partaking of 1i8 4di.
fereht dishes, "whereupon his hosts
wondered great t y"-presumably at
his e bstemlousness. *
Probably, however, the Nsqulmau
banquets last longer than any other
and the quality of food swallowed is
also proportionately greater. Ross
records that seven of his party of na-
tives once ate continuously for thir-
ty-three hours, during which time
they consumed 200 pounds of seal
meat. Europeans exposed to
the same climatic conditions anot In
much the same way. Capt. Scott of
the Discovery, on his return from
his long sledge Journey over the In-
land ice of the Anta~4ttc continent
did nothing but eat and sleep for
the space of three days and night,
and even then he was still hungry.
Commander Peary and his party re-
turning famished from their futile
dash for the pole In 1906, slaughtered
a herd of seven musk oxen on Hazen
Island off the extreme north of Green-
land. For two days and nights there-
after they crouched inside their snow
huts, eating continuously, and when
they 'had finished the pile of bones
outside was "as high as a tall man's
chin."


The Territories.
The Washington Star prints a nice
little cartoon of New iMexioo and
Arizona standing hand in hand at
the foot of the congressional front
steps. It used to be that when one
of the eastern newspapers printed
such a cartoon we had a fit about
it and were pleased and complimented
at the notice. But more than mere
notice is required to tickle our vanity
now. New Mexico and Arizona are
good-sized, strapping youngsters, able
to fight a little for their rights, and
they are not waiting at the foot of the
stairs by any means. They are hang-
ing onto the knocker, and when the
present small-sized riot in Washing-
ton has quieted down a,bit the knock-
er will be making an awful noise.-
Albuquerque Journal.
Washington Southern Headquarters.
It may be said that there are two
cities In the country to whdoh go
people from every State. These two
are New York, the country's financial
center, and Washington, the country's
capital and political center. No other
city Is sure to be visited yearly by
people from every one of the forty-
six States, although some other ctlUes
may attract representatives from wide
sections.
The southern commecils congress
has decided to erect a home in Wash-
inston. This home is to be a ten-
story modern office building, located
a block trom the treasury bUldnsg.
The lot has been purchased add paid
(or, and the congress wil meet In
Atlanta next Friday to compete ar-
afngements for raising the building
futnd.-irmingham Age-Herald.
An exciting Melxian pastime Is that
of flooring bulls with the hand from
horseback! The rider* galloping aft
ter the bull, selves it by the tall, and
pa-eni hse leg over the tafl t r the
mke of leverae, pulls the dor
row Meways mtil It tripe adoe
crmhla to earth amid a el oft
Needlue to say, the bull thrower
see& a eter a habd and stedy
serves, or he may andd"him.se. In
tre Mbe-W M Weedm AMe. -
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want I&I WU~
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ft ModL-f ifl~klms


No. 100. SO-room be. 06t oer
m0w0. t S beuld a ao ml laad.
t15* pfMlr teeu r )a* *lMe& O O
young orange treW. BAr new tool
las year. Nice location; shelled
street mWd skdiwalk on frout. Prlbe
$3.00.00. A good opening. for .a.e
.9-
one- to mat* expease* by taMa
boards While fruit trees are comip
nto beatris. Easy terms. Photo.


W-asi.


WA L About 40 woea r.a e uA.
br', 13 A, leso*d sad culUtMvas aM
o aboUt 6 Iooms, barn, etc., withi "a
l" ofI poOft ad dTpoo h bar
@U at $ 0t.00. Tem us d

N Maree, house barn,, *t,
It A. Clesewd. fle rm land, 8 1-4
miles from potoflce. Good locaLlon
Mr am one wanting to rale cattle
e Mep. Eouae two strte., itdO,
wIt 4 ,two storsfe4, 5x238. Price
l oo.__
No. 4. 3,600 acres, river 8 sids, R.
. one side, fence 1 mile. Would ftnme
&M al for cattle ranch, cowlds't be
be Has S million feet pine 1 1-2
million eypresa, 6 million feet of ash.
ure, hickory, maple, magnolia, ote.
Good wharf, 8-room house and farm
About 60 A. Under fence. The price
$5.00 an acre. If you mean busluesi
oome and iee 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. It you want pineappj land
or a pinery already in bearing, write
W*


41. A pretty little grove with fnoe
location for house on river bank,
$3,S00. About 500 boxes fruit this
season. Wharf on the properly and
new packing house.


WANTED,


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


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

No. 1,. BuliMflg lots, NaU but
tor. $14 eSe. d o' pst

We have properties runni from
a few hundred to $16,000. W% s us
about price you would wakt to pay
for a place and we will wrtte you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston gentlemen eaee dews uin
December for his health. boeAt 10
acres of land for M00, had it set out
to oranges and grapebuit; 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.


If You Want a Homo In Plorida, Come to ea Mate
and see what We Have to Offw. Y'o WIN
flake a nietakm Ift You Doat.


Real Estate Agency,

SAN MATBO. FLA.


BEACH & MILLER LINE.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.

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Sales Agent,


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COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE


OPEN ALL THK YEAR.


HEALTHY, high pine woods country. Convenient for side trip to St.
AhisUne sad all Ast Coast polnt& Ocklawaha and St. Johns River steam.
es stop at the wharf. GOOD HUNTING, some fishing; guides and dogs
eas be -had on short anotev 400 asres.
OF ORANGE GROVES.
House is situated in 16-aore Orange grove, one block from Depot, 1-4
mile from River.
Rates: $10.00 per week; $3.00 per day. For reservations write,


DR E. E. BANKER,


Manager,


San Mateo, Florida


SSAN


MATEO


CIGARS.


Made from the Genuine Havana


Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.


Noe aperment. They have besa o the market ftor years
At all the great hotel of the Est Ooast.
At the Club House of the Florida AutomoblPo Assecation
on DaytesaOraemd Beach.
On board the famous St. Johns tnd Ocklawaha River
Steamers.
By the Union News Company on the altited tralna.
At all First class Hotels, Clubs and Cafes.
The Florida Tourist knows and loves them well. Why
don't you get ac4uainted4
Fr convenasce of our mail order ioads we put uome of
r best brands lan bam o 12 egars each and will deMver
*ee anywhere la the United tMates at fotlowng prices:
" of 13 Pasetelas for 76 ceats, retail price 10 eeatC.
Paritanos for T oets, " 10 **
Club MHuse 91.00 retail price 1 scents *
Inlvncibles $1.25 retail price 30 cents.
*" Imperials $1.50 retail prieoo 20 oents "


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qEv.ery faim should
varieties the right
They are Griffin's (
are TRUE to NAME
other Fruit. Nut and
Tbe Griffig B


lof the Right Varietd
a Always Pay
qTey pay for the-
IY home, for preserving,
for canning, for local
and distant markets if
w in season.
have some. qWe have the right
trees They Growl They Bearl
)alit They are Good! They
SqCatal of PEACHES and
Ornamental Trees free.
rm& Co., Jacksonville, FI


SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY 0
Savannah, Columbla, Camden, Southern W
Pines, Ralelfh, Richmond, Washington, M
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. 0
3 Seaboard Florida Limited M0
m Seaboard Express U
* Seaboard Mail m
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT m
The SBABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullman Vestibuled i
Train, 8L Augustine and Jacksonville to New York via Richmond a
and Washington. Dinlng car (a la carte service), Double Drawing
R Boom, Sleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. LUeae St.
.Augustine 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonville 12:55 p. m. daily, including
eSundays.
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Seaboard, or write: 0
8. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
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of Messina.
The straits of Messina are chan-
jels of immense depth, through
'which a wild tide surges, and ewl;;
probably to irregularities at the bot-
tom there' are whirling eddies which
have the effect of bringing up from
the depths below many marine orea-
tares which are rarely seen except
i the epep sea trawls. It was here
that the larval form of a fresh water
eel was first discovered, an incident
which threw a blaze of light on the
life history of a very "mysterious fish.
Al kinds of theories have been
given forth with regard to the propa-
gation of the eel. Some naturalists
declared they bred in fresh water,
others that they visited the estu-
ary for spawning purposes, but
thanks to the discovery off MessIna
and later captures of the eel In Its
larval form it is now practically cer-
tain that after mature eels drop down
our rivers In autumn they hie them
to exceedingly deep water In the sea.
and there deposit their egs. prom
the egg comes a little ribbon shaped
creature, the larval form.
In due coase this changes Into an
eel of still n Wsler sis, strange to
ay and these small eels or elvers af-
terward ascend our rivers and there
remain until they reach maturity
rwen they In their turn descend to
the sea and history is repeated.-
S Loaden Daly Telegraph.
Overdoing It.
A young Uflishman, after he had
"s la Devil's VWsty for a couple
Go mOtths, began to grow thin. Wyo-
SWng cooking did not appeal to hln.
Bes s &is queamish appetite, there
w. eisafl r man that the natives
huMtalslm.- s outlaneiah one-
to, t~ nld S teath every moralg.
Q his h tlea dy was discussing
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"And dancing?"
"Yes-a band," said the bridegroom-
to-be proudly.
"No permit," said Bartley hastily.
"Not with that quantity of beer and
a full band-well, hardly.
Bupt. McQuald was appealed to,
but without avail. "You might have
one or two Instruments for the music
and about two-eight of beer-but
nothing doing with that amount of
beer and a full band on Sunday."-
Jimmie's ideal.
"I often think," said the young man,
"of how perfect It would be to sit
before a fire Hke this with the one
*woman of e1l the world beside you.
"She need not be pretty-though, of
course. a fellow likes his wife to be
good- looking--but she must be kind,
sweet and good. I want the kind of
girl who makes her mother her beat
friend, and I want her to think as
muth-"o my good name as I do my-
self."
"You expect a good deal, Jim," said
one of his friends.
"I think Jim is right," spoke up the
spinater lady from her dim corner;
"apd I hope, Jimmie Oby, that you
will find your Ideal."
"I will," said the young man con-
fidently, "and 1tm going to wait until
I do find her before I marry."-Home
Chat,
Ready Repairer for Automobilists.
There are various roadside expedl.
ents possble when 6 nut has been
lost and no duplicate at hand. Usually
as good a plan as any is to wind the
threads of the bolt tightly with soft
Iron 'wire, subh as stovepipe wire, of
which a col obfld always be oar-
ried In the tool locker.
Mbe winding should start at the
end of the bolt and follow the threads
up to the part It Is deasired to re-
tals. The wre Is then wound back
in a second layer over the frst and
the OdOs twisted together. there
so a bole la the bolt or a wstter
asa t .be ..ered ...a the.
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0. 0 where IpaIuh s the shod aggetel
t toNgive ta feo. I e hr o of this trhelAlS,
p ons i~eh t eht e ft* spoaweb perfectl.
HgeL es fve arise He has not the slightest tne. of
be J w4Ld for mt Ie best an 3lsti 1s ent and persons who
eta et do not know 4hbt be Is of Amerlcas
i q atanl re to consist of not parentage are willing to believe he
Sta top eres, accuMtely our. is a Seardt, merely from 4eals
YUt and plotted, the majority of tm alk. He Is so perfectly billangul
So tree to be not les than ten that it shows reln ln hisle stores.
or moe than thirty feet high and not When talklid with wglish speak-
ess than ten or more than thirty Ing persons he sits quietly and does
Year old when the praises are award- & ls conversing with his mouth alono.
The varieties of trees to be Only in case of making a point most
m9w are specified and cover a long emphatilally does he use a gesture.
slet rom white pine to elm. nut the moment he drops into
Mr. Jordon believes that the in- Spanish his every word is aecoom-
etetive afforded by such prices would panted by a movement of the hands
do audh to bring about better for. or arms. It is interesting to watch
estry conditions. Maoi e has many the change" from the English to the
thommad acres of waste land, now Spanish side of him, because It comes
almost worthless but naturally well so suddenly. He really can't speak
adapted to timber growth, ahd which, Spaniah without gesturing. New
according to a writer In Suburban York Sun.
Life. by a small expense for care and
tr*st cultivation could be made in Pittsburgh Society.
easily worth In fifty years $100 an If you want to hold a Sunday wed.
acre. ding you musn't hire a band and yon
In this way the State Instead of musn't provide over two kegs of
being one of the poorest In the Union beer. Otherwise the gpolee are liable
might b one of the richest. to pinch the wedding -party and put
Pfty yea Is a large part of one a stop to the festivities before the
person's Ifb but a very small part parson Is through with the tying-up
of the life of a State. Mr. Jordon process.
himself set out from ten to fifteen This latest precedent was set by
thousand trees the last summer and the officers of the First police dit-
states that he hopes to set out many trict the other day when a delega.
thousands every year as long as hu tion of residents of Lwrencevillle
lives, appeared to ask for a permit for a
wedding and the celebration incident
LARVAL FORM OF EELS. thereto next Sunday.
_- "How many kegs of beer?" asked
Interesting Discovery for Whioh Inspector Bartley.
Sclence Is Indebted to Stralt "About ten, I guess," was the re-


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