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Vol. 18. No. 2 I'. SAN MATEO, FLA., MAR. 13r 1909. Phbisdwl vi $, 1.00 a Tea.
Loeal Weather Report.
Mar. 6,-Mln.....48. Max.... .8.
6.- ... 64. ... .80.
7,- ... .68. ....80.
8,- ... . .84.
,- ** ....64. .... 86.
-" '10,- .... 0. ....78.
II,-. ... BO. ... 7^
County Supt. L. K. Tucker visited
the school here Tuesday.
Mrs. Hamm, of Palatka, with two
guests, spent Tuesday here gftest of
Miss M. Grace Rowley.
Mr. Mad Mrs. W. 0. Webber,
of Mr. and Mrs. Barron.
Shipments of oranges and grape-
fruit will continue from Ban Mateo
for some two months yet.
Rev; Houston was here last. week
on a visit to his daughter who Is the
principal of our public school.
Mrs. Dexter and Mrs. Varnum, of
Lowefl, Mass., arrived for a visit
Friday. They are guests of Byrlyn.
Miss Grace Bitehle, of 0t. Augus.
tine has gone to enter St. Joseph's
Hospital to study for a trained nurse.
The Byrlyn hbaa been full to the
roof for the past month. As fst as
one party goes away other come hi.
Mrs. L. A. Smith wasa visitor here
Friday attending the Musicla Tea at
Mis Grace Rowley's In the after-
-About thirty-five friend were
guests of Mr. aad Mra. J. A. Cromsby
last Saturday veninug at progressive
Mr. H. T. Maxwell reached his
Geneva home last week In a snow.
storm. Quite a change from San
Mr. Jno. L. Beauehaln who has,
been at th De oto Saoltsmrl at
Jacksonvlle ter the pst' month is
with as ca mere.
Mr. 3. Darling and family who
have been gouas at the Sy Bdn all
winter leave shortly or a trip
brougb the state beee retamiag t
ther Goverville, N. Y., bome. Mr.
SDarling axpet to build on his prop.
at bhre a&Oe"r wiatSW.
News of the WIeeik
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Thoe aby Show at PalatkLa
The Putnam County Baby Show,
held at the Armory In Palatka last
Tuesday, was a great success. We
ea't say "howling" success, for
there was not a whimper from any
one of the 8h babes In line-not even
a good case of "hick-ups" was heard
hlck-lung. A baby show was just the
thing, because we never had one
before, and an'the crops of babies
have been unusually large for sev-
eral seasons past, everybody was in-
terested, and the show was mighty
popular. Every baby was pretty-
ompe prettier than others, and some
ritter, and some cuter-but all pret-
ty. The judges were very wisely
chosen from among people living
out of the County. This was, of
course, best for the babies as well as
the judges. The. babies, so far as
thejudges know, were yet unnamed,
batwere distlngasihed by numbers.
The little boys 'wore blue ribbon
bows and the little girls wore pink.
The show was given by the ladies
of the PrisbytAien Church of Pa-
latka to raise funds to equip a room
I In the new county hospital. The
amount realized was over $100 net.
There were five classes, according
to age, for the prettiest babies; one
for the fattest; the smallest; the
most popular; the one with the
broadest smile; giand sweep-stakes,
finest ehtid of any age.
Twenty-seven babies were award-
Ban Mateo people were fighting
fire Tuesday and Tuesday night.
Woods fire come in on the south and
covered all the territory back of all
the river frost groves to the hill top
south of Capt. Lyles and clear across
to the Crosby home property. The
fight was uiade to keep the fire out
of the groves and owing to high
winds it was a warm proposition.
Very little it any damages was done
outside a few fence posts. Tuesday
evening it was back fired and stop.
ped south of the road leading to
Capt. Lyles grove, but about 8:80 the
wind earrid some fire and it started
again north of this road and was
beaded for the San Mateo FrultCo's.
shredded grove ht a rapid gait though
a agular jungle. Thank. a e due
the eitisens who turned out and
bought so hard In such a place after
dark. They an doubt saved the
south wall of tbe shredded grove.
Mr. Herbert Fuli and wife, of
BroekWyn. V. Y., 9ae- mpan-ed by a
trid are ejepIlag 11e ast Mr. Ful-
lea beautnat Udgewater home.
Mr. Fuller shipped a handsome smaUll
ISnash dowa, whlh tlisy find e0o.
vealet rsiagl amnMUd with.
AI 'o .'
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Forrest, of
Tyler Park, Lowell, departed Mon-
day for home. They will spend
about a week enroute.
Malsby Machinery Co.. of Atlanta,
will have an ad. In our next issue.
Look for it if you are in anything
pertaining to machinery.
Crescent City people are crowing
over tangerine sales made a couple
of weeks ago In New York, when
twenty boxes sold at $4.60 or $9.20
Mr. Kirkton the St. Augustine
photographer was here Monday
making several views about town
and on the Hon. Geo. W. Lyle's
Mr. Brannon, of Seabring, Ohio,
was here Tuesday looking for a place
on whihob to make hie home. He
expects to return later as his time
Tuesday was limited.
The Spring Opening at Miss Kate
Lucas' millinery store was the at-
traction at Palatka on Thursday for
twenty-five San Mateoltes to go to
town. The F. E. C. Railway came
pretty near having to put an ex-
tra car on the afternoon train for
San Mateo in order that all the hat
boxes might be brought home. A
large congregation may be expected
at church to-morrow.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO THE
LEGItLATURE OF THE STATE OP FLO)-
IDA POB THI VALIDATION OF RECENT
ELECTION HELD IN PUTNAM COUNTY
AUTHORIZING AN ls8uE OF $190I000 OF
TO All Whom It May Concern:
TAKE NOTICE THAT SIXTY (80) DAYS
atter the pubUsa, Ion hereof, we, the under-
signed cities and County Commliioners of
Putnam County. Stage of ioldsa Intend to ap-
ply to the Legislature of t e State of Florida at
its mt session A. D. I1o for the enactement of a
law Iegalislgand validating the election had
ad held La Ptnam Count Florida. on 8rd
dyof Noveobr A. D. I, to determine
whether or 04ot e bod proomed In a rewoluo-
Uos of the Da of Oamly Commlsiloner of
PtmU County, plorida. asfollowsto-wit:
The sum of one Hundred Thousand dollars for
Hard Surfo Hihways I he sum of Forty-Afve
Thousiad dolln lor ao bride over and arosa
the St. Johns lver Palata, Florida and the
um of TeaThouand dollars tora Bridge over
sad aero- Dunn's Creek,.s saall brid -orogw
uno Mill in Commmdonms ln Ieot No. I.
adoter brids that may be aeosery, and
to am Trt-Ave Thousad dollar fo erect.
goa county Co a PiaHt~a.aisd
ise ad ob d every part thereof.sad toap
rove and Valdate a an ever broad that
y be tmssed under and by autboity of said
j-Uon and to cure Ill detaieW, d Irref!"ar-
IMlnc 9a3 ean. veaao ofg _atdlion and ful-
m aovnr d autons the Is us, easeontlo
ras 1al of raid bo-e. L O. STII .
Chala Board Cooanty lomna ,
Member, Bard TCoat Cwiiaoers,
^yataa. rirtda. tal )a are ao^~t
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Notice Is hereby given that Jandall
Wells, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 604. dated 4th day of June, A.
1)., 1894, has filed said certificate
in mny office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop.
erty situated in utnant County.
84 of use of nwY of n1. Section
84, rownship 11, Rltange9' 6- Acrem.
- The saia land being assessed at
the date of issuanice of such e.rtif-
icate in the name of J. C. L. However.
Unless said certificate altall le re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 6th day of
April, A. D., 1909.
Wittiiss tiy official signature nitid
seal this tI 2&8d day of F'hlruniry.
A. I).. 1909. HNRY IIJT(<'HINSON,
[(Seal.j Clerk Circuit C(ourt,
fe9l Putnai County, Florida.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO
Noticy)s hereby given that Randall
Wells, purchaser of Tax Cortificate
No. 723. dated Ist day of July, A.
D. 1901 has filed said certificate in tmy
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate en-braces the
following described property situat-
ed in Putnam County, Florida,
El' of swl of nw Section 25,
Townshi 11, Rainge 26--20 Acres.
Thie said land being assessed at
the date of issuance of such certif-
icate in the name of A. A. Knight.
Unless said certificate shall be re.
deemed according to law, tax deed"
will issue thereon on the 6th day of
April, A. D., 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this tihe24h Iday of February, A.
I). 1909. HNtyf HUT(CHINON,
[Seal.) Clerk Circuit Court.
fe27 Putnam County, Florida.
Cypress Shingles for
Every House in Florida
should be weather boarded
with "Tilghman's" 6xzo 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.
Mrs. F. J. H. von Engelken ac-
companled by her mother drove up
from their home, Viongolf-on-the-St.
Johbus, Sunday. In the absence of
Mr. von Enelken. Mrs. von Engl-
ken is superlntendij, the planting
of some 86 acres in tatoes and will
attend to the cultivation and har-
voeting of same.
y W-- W . . . - -
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S v 1
o. bon & Son,
,,ox .cma s
EtALESToNs s. c.
SrT LARGEST RECEIVERS OP ORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLES
'TON. SIP US ORANGES, TANG ERINES AND ORAPEFSiT. YOU
WILL PJiD IT A PLEASURE TO O0 *USINESS WITH US, BECAUSE
M AR, RELIABLE AND WILL TREAT YOU RIOHT.
MS BAST BAY. 1 AND I ATLANTIC WHARF
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES;
S PARK PLAC6,
SYak k atloa chs Dank; Commercial Agencies;
THE LYON BROTHERS CO.,
330 Washingtoon Street, New Yorki,
G. G.G McCLINTOCK,
815 NORTH FRONT ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ALL CITRUS FRUITS,
WRITE FOR STENCIL AND MARKET REPORT.
PINEAPPLES .. .. .. Established 1890. .. .. .. .. .. .. ORANGES.
TANGERINES. .* .. .. .. .. .. ........ .... .. .. .. .. GRAPEFRUIT.
W. e1. STANTON & COMPANY,
PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY.
Wholesale Commission Merchants
352 NORTH FRONT STREET.
I Th eArthur Courtin Co.
..Refterences: Harry Jennings, Tibbals, Fla.; Saegar Bros., Ankona, Fla.; C,.
A. Robinson, Eden, Fla.; E. A. Thomas, Deerfleld, Fla.; M. V. Williams,
Punts Gorda, ila.; Consolidation National Bank, and all mercantile agen.
des. ASK FOR STENCIL. I
85-87 FRONT ST., NEW YORK.
Solicit Consignments of
Oranges and Grapefrdit.
An experience ot
guarantees prompt and satisfactory returns
Steneil and Market Letters on Application,
TOUCH WITH US. WE HAVE EXOEL
KUNO PANOY PRUITO VBQETABMES
tI WiSR POR MARKET.
STAMP ON APPLICATION .
OHA. W. APP L 60 0LT6,
Iw *w U
AND PRODUCT .
IEW ORLEANS, LA.
at ttlts sad vegetables are sth
gqlek 'ervleO amd low prioes or tow
, a of
RUNER STAMPS AND STENCILI
to ft0arf Mo--- "--
STAMP & SEAL CO.
6rape Fllt, Omuag, Plimepples, Etc.,
J. P. SAMER L CO.
Produce and Commiuion Merohants.
H-daqm for o1rda Fruita a&d Y eteb.s
-SSNinth Avenue, 400 W.e 14th if=*.e
WRITE FOR OATA.LO
lg, _. _
@MMISNe 6 NIRCHANTS.
Ubsuurrd Nof l LAes"" e omatulasmereants of V. I
ftuwse: th2%Item, 4th Nat. Sank, Doetos
WITU mus FOR 6TN40114
FAUITT AND PRODUCT
NO. 94 PARK PLACG, NEW YORK.
FLORIDA PINEAPPLES, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGE$ AND VEGETABLES
WRIT PFOR STENCILS.
Wants Lettuce, Tomatoes, Beans,
Peppers and Egg Plant.
We are the largest Vegetable handlers in the North*
west. We want to make arrangements for
flixed Car Lots Vegetables
The Callender-Vanderhoof Co,
ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,
Vegetables in Season.
GOeo. B. Long & Co.,
149 Michiran Street. Buffalo. N. Y.
WE HAVE BRANCH STORES AT ERIE, PA., AND OIL CITY, PA.
Florida Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. DANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.
Florida Fruits and Produce
879 WASHINGTON STREET . . . NEW YORK.
SPECIALTIES: Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit, Early Vegetables.
i E. Edd v.
VI ENCE, RHQDE
If you wish to keep posted
market prices in
Ask F. M. Leonard & Company
for their regular fruit quotations.
Car Lots of
I WE WANT
Charleston, S. C.
NO SALE FOR GRAPEFRUlT.
YOUR SHIPMENTS TO GOOD
Largest car lot handlers in Chicago. Members Natio[nal Lague of Cotn*
mission Merchants, the best recommendation a ,liiu e can ilav. Write
our Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, abl1out ui. A.:k any fruit
trade paper about us. Your interest a our ours. G.t in tWuch with good,
M. CEORGE & COMPANY,
NO. 9 sO. WATER ST., CHICAGO, ILL
SHIP IT TO
Sands, Furber 6 Co.,
FRUITS and PRODUCE
FANEUIL HALL MARKET,
C. OH UMMINGS,
H. F. RICK,
W. & GLIDDIN.
sTABLI SHeD I"?.
PHILLIPS & SONS,
mbes of National Leaue of Goemlasion Me mat of the United States
FLOMIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE OUR SPECIALTY NOW. IMPORT-
KB AND IPORTRL.
RSPIRENOrESt Catham NMlatteaWIlk, N. Y.I Aetna National Bank, N.
Y, PIdeity I d C 0, N. Y. and C0mmersial Agenele.
'AIaINTOg UITRUST, * NEW YORK.
E. B. REDFIELD & CO.
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,
Receiver of Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pineapples and all kinds of Southern
References: First National Bank
of Tampa, Fla., The National BanK NO. 212 DOCK STRIET
of Northern Uibertles, Philadolphia;
The Painter rtiliser Com HLADELPHIA.
pany, Jacksonville, Fla.
, WILLIAM II. GROCOTT, HopresontaUvt.
Prompt Returns. Quotations on Request.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSE IN WASHINGTON.
l ]Wtabll shed 1861.
W. 0o SHREVE & SONS,
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN FRUIT PRODUCE
02145 treet, N. W. Washington, D. C.
Personal attenati given all con ignments whether car lots or less.
Mebaben Natlonal League Commiss ion Merchatas of United States.
j12 and $4
Cum IItlal A
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- I k..Nd
. I ; I
.4 '*~ 4'
.le, sha and clever,
M 'sslfe to get away from you,
Vwale" p wtch i ever.
trouble nla a hoar
ITaa you can stop nla may a day,
WW a with all yur power.
He aeta yeor playmates y the
H4 Mis, what Isn't a,
Aad ses,. imay word
ttt go f- r ya" to know.
Qulck. ates, tight t Iveor gask
Aad ohael hm while he's eoungl
For this same dangerous prisone-
SJime pyor Uttle touagel
THU OTILDRXN'S CHO KLtNL
Dave and Miriam ad beeo coo
setting some dany orphan chickens ta
a box behind the kitchen stove. One
morning, after a frosty night, they
found, to their great distress, that
the chickens had died close to the
water the children had given thu
"They took a bath too late, when
they only meant to drink, and then
the frost stiffened them up;" explaan-
ed their father, who had just come
In. "You see they missed their real
mother. Those outside In' the coop
are right enough."
.Come and see them!" said Miri-
It comforted them to watch them
Iruag inla and out, and likening to
the maotber h6i's call.
"What's going Into that second
coop?" asked Dave next day.
* "That's for Pocky, father says,
when she's hatched out. Plym will
have company them."
"4he% got plenty company now,
I thWk with nine babies to look af-
tes," was Dave's answer.
Na a day or two, Pecky came with,
bhe family. It soon got warm and
namp, sae they were let out be*oam
Vsomeo hildrem, you must help a*
gse the abes it" and their aothaI
called them from the garden. "Peaocky
got Into Plym's coop, which she tried
to do yesterday."
"I saw Pocky peak at Plym, with
such a cross voice," said Dave. He
drove Pecky out of the woodshed.
(where the oops were,) and kept hUe
out. ahiMa watched, hibddea r
wood, pIde poor Plym ventured In
to eat te wheat mother had enoo.
S agd he with. hoe peeped In, these
GooUe4 all mund, and was atraid to
go tA, .r foaro of ero oe Pew, aW
an I ho" said Miriam afterwards. i
f I l osramed ao. ye knowui
St did to me, watching Pecky," Date
m sd In a grow-up way.
o. Tbae olMdre ad besa oat vsitUag i
S a s hbo. ~~"Paeky keeps ao-*
g 4am, Sy pega." mother told them.
ra bon Mainaa. "well have to I
's u Pnt be like Ms .
we heard Mrs. Braws
R-~ ~~ h -j- *a^de4 as eto Peaky I
ww;I" Sst- Ilakl.~. -"
4~s I blvw WV.,
-f to,. e4fg
thing ONe. Thes's always lots for
little 'oobe f We to OpkuL ThAt
wap U~we werwge" up*UWe
Peoky, or M. tltt ethoer."
At bed*tim s*he taught them thi
little verepray. sad bid than ti
aW it ever over eow y alS t il
kthey wet to deOW
"Lt Ia ve thrgh words and so
at all my thoughts be kind,
(opy te blessed Jnas eiti,
Teo Savior of mankind."
Oregon.-L A. N. in the Ilandi
A BRR'UM 3* TALI.
TWO aft. A a ry of the Plan
tation of Brer Bfs', not T'ddy Beer,
which raa tha l# pl atasit Jarear
4a told by NMa Yamou i to t MeU
as n. oa dap Mier Man went
oater bis boOub widut airy dog or
aitry uaN. (1a aM mawe isiklre Mia
ter Man is supposed to be white and
owner of all things).
Mister Man ain't gone fur 'to' he
come up on Bre'er B'ar. Bre'er B'ar
he been long time looking' for des
some seeh of a mi happen chance to
fall on Mister Man. Mister Man done
so often made meat outer Br'er B'ar's
brudders dat Br'er B'ar been watch
for des a chance 1k dis to even up.
Mister Man hoOw hit no oal to
run or to cUmb, so be 'cide to try
o=me O'elvla' talk, ao ae stem up. bole
to B'er B'ar, he do, and The say:
"B'er B'ar," ses he. "I feels dat my
last da air ightin'. I feel dat l'sa
foa* w4ne. Now you 'a' me ala&
been over endly in past days, but
Sow I ax yu. let us Part as tdends.
GOlmmie you' hand as ma to man."
Br'e fac he a tlckl for to Uwve
Miater Man talk wid him dater-way
lak his ea dat he grin and hole out
his right hand. Mister Man he take
Br'er B'ar's paw and he shake and
be bake it. Mister Man he kow it,
B r B'War do once rip ghole of hB
der weWst be ao room for ope ta
so Mister IMeao he ear ala. "Ba'er
B'ar ever'* Us I Is dome mat zoa
blW I'ae hmimd i I Ua a my
hads wt a kalS on a Sagn Now
I am tree-handed sad I oat a miad
for you ad me to part as brudders.
QlmmO yiu r odae hand."
Br'er B'ar know he got Mister Man
right where heA waNt h ims aa
etdtme dat MaMo" made "a im
his ekal and his brudde, dat ha put
out Ua l bea* d.
MIater m toe got hole bof Wr'er
B'ar's wlrs and be shake "ad* he
abA Mister Man he strong in his
le and dat he stand. and shake.
RWor War he. wak. to alad on, hi
bebhM legs and dar he stand and
Toreotly Pompey came a s
Wbm R Wm MM soep. what a
ft M Mer.-M a_ I.~ iPt. la.
MA s& a Lb1 iM r de lat be.
bls. do Mft nmia bak. Poaper
hbe lat, he rr e owr a lff and
aloto Manl he at: "Stop, Pom-
pey. top dat ooUakaness, nigger.
You iek up seek a tN I & dealt heae
what Br'er B'ar tollla' me."
lf" s-- -a P--; "What Br'Wr
'ar tellitag yoeu'
S"*e tellia' me wha is his bo*eum
utad wher be pa his fattet' pos-
Pm- be reate hs eye atd. his
U umv saa e aay "I wisht dat
' heluw dat."
* suach Wv it' ta Mister
-- -y, ud --*, be-e <--l
b. i l ea uhave de laat word.'
a Mb MI -1S let Mb dea
~4ieatUf, sysbe: "Pump%~
sle nte'e bindsbeem full
Muhto man's work ever seame.
UNTIRTAINING A BRIDM.
Toe can ok th e little afternoon
eatentalmont for tho bride &ad your
mutual girl friends a very jolly at
tair without much trouble. All the
frolics a. the will be only girls
present, can suggest housekeping
tasks. Ier example, stretch a clothes
line aseroe the room and provide
clothesplMs, with a basket filled with
gWSmets. Each girl is blindfolded
amd most then take an article of
elothIng from the basket and endeavor
to, pin It just la the middle of the
line, or at a point which the entep
olner deslgNate. All those who sn0-
Seed In the given time draw for a
prlze. Give a doll's washtab or laun-
dry basket called with candy as a
Then distribute as many stockings
sa you have guests, In each stocking
a hage hole. Needles and darning
cotton are produced, and ten minutes
allowed in which each needlewoman
. ;must darn a bole. A sewing bag, pair
I of silk stockings or a pretty pair of
garters would be attractive for this
A contest seeing who could quick-
eat peel three potatoes or three ap-
ples would also be in keeping. The
peeling must be done with as little
waste as possible. Contestants sit
In a row, each girl armed with a kit-
chen knife. Not until the signal
agreed on is given does each begin
to pe*l her fruit or tuber. A card-
board apple or potato filled with
sweets would make a simple, appro-
Or let two of the girls at a time
fold tableclothes or wind yara and
give each of the pair whose work Is
adjudged best a souvenir suggestive
of the frolic.-New York Press.
A REMARKATILE HORSE.
George W. Chandler, of Andover,
Mass., has a remarkable horse named
Nell, used by him in the wood and
'aal business, and this is what the
horse does. When in the morning
-she ts hitched to her coal cart first,
she walks nearly an eighth of a mllQ
to a drinking fountain, without any
direction or assistance, and takes all
the water she cares for, then of her
own accord she goes by another street
to the railroad depot, crosses the
tracks, passs up to the slde track
wherp the coal cars are, and backs
up to the car from which her cart
is loaded by the man in charge. Alt
this Is done without any aselatance or
direction whatever from any human
When in the morning she is har.
aessed to a carriage Instead of the
coal cart she takes precisely the same
action In going to the fountain and
drinking, but then, instead of going
to the railroad depot, she turns down
the main street to the offioe.-Our
TEN THINGS TO HOLD ONTO.
1. Hold onto your hand when you
are about to do an unkind act
I. Hold onto your tongue whea
you are just ready to speak harshly.
3. Hold onto your heart when evil
person urge yeu to Join their ranks.
4. Hold onto your virtue-it is
above alt price to you la all times
S. Hold onto your foot when yog
are on the point of desag the pat
L Hold onto the truth, for It will
servo yo. better than anything "el
7. Hold onto your temper when
you amre exted, or angry, or oth.
are are angry with yaL.
$. Hold onto your good name, it
Is and ever will be as aAet in yowr
-oraer trek li UeI
I. Hold oato yow eood health i
at you may live a log life.
V T. S'* '
ffon moo W. BMNT, 'SMUDSl
Chaplain IT. V. IW. ft -Vanl4
Wisconsin Cavalry, ox-z urer State
of Wiseouds o ad -- .....
General State at TUM A. wrlttes
from 1700 PftstSB., 1. 3, WftbftglaM
D. C. as follows
"I cannot too highly rBootetzad yWE
preparation 6or the reiof oit M
troubles la tWr--eI- Antm Some
members of my don AlMyP hrm useed
It with most gratifying results. When
other remedies failed, rtaM proewd
most effl ccus and I cheerflly certi-
fy to its curative exesll.eas
Mr. Frod L. Hebard, for nine years a
leading photograpbowed M-Ni City,
Mo., looatd at the -et"Meas -was- e*
12th and Grand Aves., ohoerfully give
the following testimony : "Itls proven
fact that Peruna' wll auro a&rrH 4ad
AgsWpM~ and asa t
Drugsist. have trioe to Mdl ---
something else Iust is e4bm6
P4u-nm aI Tniit rIm.
For two years Dr. Hartman sad his
assistant btaw lneu atly labored to
create Pezuas la tabtL.teurm, and their
strenuou labor harest been crowned
with suacem. Pempl who object to
Uquid medicinM oa ow seedro Peru-
as tablet, which represent the molid
medioia l -pilat" of Peruna
ASK YAUR DRUGIST FOR A
FREE PERtNA ALMANAC.
yea-unl we have today aM
of the ... .
yets eu I best of
nthe m os tiy-i a 4 jM of
,*&Im= fe m Vfas or
ar Lhere,-uad asthis prows
Ibm. I# got. a'fl m ush tmem-
9409blu grown o 7
I% uiwIt 49177 YuV Upewaceas bdIW 51ofIGURAIW IRV IT 3.A perfect Gra~sy, asy
-a & apeste ma koelas the fuit, m astqin the maebulne, Itest r uIuaugwe iowt up ID NMtate te
ft 1$0Mi. *5mW ftkdnUouemahe mv boit to 4era, Beuplles, 3qu~inet, Uok Wil Mtoso a.
nW isLft IMENsMOV mato l Uto resolve toy Wwvem1 attention. All kInds of turned work to aw~
~ ~55 ad sioularswrite the laresemr and manubt'w.
WD MAULL, Palatha, laazid4V2a, U.so A.
MW Ma1te Pltaam OommWf lf
w st on ese et bask ~ IL
4m alUver, ad W t be It
rA"bst e tp o1w. a O
ldJaun At" ,* I ii,
W a muam uM m
*et, (lty oa 4.00). A $. *M
am ftlam stem -a emu
The teraoims a baeaM V A
Florida ast Coast Rtalwa. The *
bstlen thrwast-m a ae
Advantage and AttraoUenm.
san Mteo has good 1B6 IN
eUd mles a eas selM walks. b Me.
ml 'vwtwe'ai iae both ieb d
steetsA and me Z 00 6 ,-0A
t. me g-br
aMey!Now oA "-. b
daily, meat market, two general
stores, who take ordm sm a ladir
foods at your door, weekly paper.
The D*iae Is "a. .eAd, bu. t so
town taxeu 'ave. bee o letted for
over ten yars; the many public Im,
pdrovement are made by t e push and
SmWalty of the cittisea and puUlng
together. Tbe state and county taxes
are about 20 mills on about one-third
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tar
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other lorida fresh water Iah.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to ea del-
lars per week; 2.00 day.
Six thousand people west through
M4 San Uateo Tru t Compay's grove
*ere la"t se*e&
One of the beat d t m b
Mateo e$oyW s tdral c-AAU ; N
op both river and rail is an advsatge
tht few Flortda points enjoy. The
past season, for lataAee, nrergafd
ad terndualms at Jaekik le ere
nre thMUl u-f -m nfat M
ON Ina n te ODva te t0I
part of teo state was, to meoI e mI e
ahre wee m ett-te to mssMvA0,
ea route to northern maria, ad'
18 not bring enough to pW freigt,
while an Mateo ahippes, m --
time. would ship from ker one dam
anf have fruit go out of J aksavtMo
on the Clyde ship the nt. This lit
fie matter this season aloe was
worth thousands of dollars to the a
Mateo growers and the homemeeker
will do well to bear In mind trans.
pertatlon and skeap rates M oome
with cumptitmlon, to electkmg a nor
The population is about 0, who
eamNe mostly from the northern atems.
As a class they ae men of Ummn,
progreossive aeolable. Have a bet.
ter elass of homes than can be foud
In any place In the souti of its ase.
The bulldluge kept palated and
grounds to good order.
On account of its hlh alttitud4
thee is no healthler *sp i s'lmis
*t utl the year to018 or lr t*e wto.
te vslaitors. For these who eare to
Florida on sasmuat of health, ran
Sad tU-s hhev alituds, dry s
bal air la better than the lower,
more harsh air found in Msalt water
The principle buslaea Io oNags
j^^^^^La t Iloftf- Ah^kMM bto ^-^*k^
FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES
Of all Kinds, Oraiige Wraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.
WRITE FOR PRICES.
When in Palatka don't Fall 1o visit tho Wonderland
Theatre. The MOVING PICTURE SHOW of quality.
Entire change of programme each night.
IGte a d hop o sm to be prodt.
As an tuadanee Tor profit In a good
Orange grove, Mr. 1B. F. Dotney, trom
lees than even acres last season,
hbppJd $6,200 worth of trult.
The soil varlos a great deal from
high pine to low and high hammock,
all within a mile. so that lands for
ay purpose or crops can beo secured
Ban Mateo oan be reached from
Jacksonville by Florids East Coast
railway or Beach and Miller line
steamers (se time tables clsewbcre
nla this paper). The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive hero about 10
p. i. -e do not advise this route.
Pare B. & M. line $1.25; railroad $2
Launch Rainbow leares Palatka
every afternoon at 1II. Lucas line
stumimrs .t0 p. m., vryw ay but
B. & M. Hline from Palatka 3 p. m.
Tueedays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
sad threi trains dailly on F. E. C.
.allway. rare from Palatka 25 cents
may route. tf
i&A s D LUNry
Your fruits and vegetables to the live house,
n the live market, on a live street:
214 LIGHT STREET,
Account Sales and Check Dailly. Stencils and Stamps furnished on
References: Merchants' National Bank, Baltimore; Murchison Nation.
al Bank, Wilmington, N. C.; New York Produce Exchange. *
Wire or write today for quotations. Agents wanted.
rEWD AMD S
sadd' boras. Ago"
bakar D"& O& M0116* Fss~he
Id. Whnww L. 1.0. af3m. "u"
w Ad, *
JOAN, f MAd aid"p4ow the *Iatew
m la. Bdryly Plae. ("* SMverUtsemet In this paper) can-
bAtes e PIFlorida tor a boardlig houa. Writ*-e
Real Estate Agency.
Dhg Room Chair
65 Of bmmaanim~ur~uiaiUN~h dusri dusivcly. tugmift
~i~m of d'me=-'s.w dosIMwoecm do 60Ias
SPESESam sa buried tO Veralwe~mte.
*You m In.so ciamlye give berUe* q 4uaf Is sot
Iasm m usiss pearloCrlsa. Hg Urooo
v.good Dmow6 @
* Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
of all descriptions. Undertakers and Ebalmers.
Just arrived complete lie Crockery and China Tableware, Hotel
wreM Tlilet Sots, Odd Pioes China Ola-ware, Lamps, oto.
DESCRIBES AND PRICES OUR
ELEGANT LInE OF BIGII.
CLASS VEHICLES & RA/lESS
are rP" ff.
AND SAVE 2 S$ W A l
GRADE IOUTHE STYLE UO
We positively ve y ro fed 30 to
50 per cent. on Bu bi--A' poiel
request is all I will cost you* know
how we do-It.
STOP paying the extortion levied by deaks o
buggies, and put ihis money in your own poctL
Write us today, and give m a chance to put ou.
tlaims before you. If we can't prove thesm, w
won't ask you to b7y.'
Wassy.,wm a c.o,, $4, at*r La.nese.
WuOLUALN AND UTMAIL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
CIGARS, TOILET ARTIOLBS DT.
Tlghman's Condition Powder, fre Cattltb Horoes nd Shp
An excellent appetizer for domestic salaPk, httaln, mSd gives
a one appcorance and glossiness of coat. it It 6a fIble eare tW
*le" ia cattle, and is also specially recommended for hog eholq,
Selo agents, ACKVRMAN & S'TWART, Palata6, 0 f.M
Full directions on back of box.
PALATKA, * FLORIDA.
CO!MMSSION S RMEHW-
106-118 FRONT ST, PALATKA.
KENN ERLg. H7ARDWAR E
Are County Agents for the
OUIVR CRJLLUD PL&WS
PIANT JUNIOR OOR'IVATOR&
ta toot, we sael everythlagin the
Uise BTOVla of all kinds, Coonl UgtMslNWame4, Tre Chsems,
Pe w Castings, Spaes Wom, SheTel, Raba. LasIM mw aBe,*
d ad rce* Wime
PALSTKA. T" M
Watch Palatka and This Section.
In at Bottom Prices.
Now's the Time to Get
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND INVESTMENT AGENCY,
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 IURE TO. PLEASE YOU.
Wholesale Fruit and Produce.
SOUCTHRN FRUIT AND VYGITJALM A SPOALrT.
am 4W a W41 ILWw
MALSBY MACHINERY CO.,
22 OCEAN ST.
TELEPHONE NO. 574.
We carry at Jacksonville a large
and complete stock of portable and
stationary engines, boilers and saw
mills; all woodworking machinery;
all kinds of saws, belting and mill
I We have many thousands of satis-
fled customers who will testify to the
merits of our goods.
It will pay you to got our PRICES and TERMS before buying. We are
general Southern Agents for FARQUHAR Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills.
A POSTAL WVIILL DURING OUR SALESMAN. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
EAST COAST BARGAIN HOUSE,
or tea years te ladi
t Florida, sad still at the head.
ITAPLJU AND PANOY---.
Dry Goods, Shoes,
*-' TH SOMMER-HART ORANQB CLIPPER
The *m pser tos ade afr a design u"rtihe d by Mr. W. S. Hart of
v- Park. It contanlas aU the es seatals ft a a st class clipper, being
.' A s the best steel, ad rounded tips to prevent elipper cutting. When
S m- seo ts oippenr, y o will use no other. MTh best is the cheap.
q'U, pt by mall I.S each, postpaid, price per dose $13.00, epres
Wpla^ ^W^^^^ A^ __ aa m -m aaam a .A
56 Us 1 5AINTSM PSHT 16191M VV7FA
owe Gaa f
& anMto ts
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PHILADILPHIA ICB VOUAM.
Put a quart of cream si a bhal
pint of milk In a double boiler and
bring to a scald. Do not boll. Melt
a cup of sugar in the hot cresm, then
tool. Flavor with one tablespoonful of
vanilla and freese.-New York Tele-
VINEGAR PUDDING BAUCE.
MIx a rounding tablespoonful corn-
starch with one cupful sugar and stir
Into a cup and a balt boiling water.
Cook five minutes. Add a rounding
tablespoonful butter, a tablespoonful
vinegar, a "pinch of salt and either
lemon extract or nutmeg to flavor.-
Make a tender crust and line the
pie tin, saving out enough of the
crust for a lattice work cover. Soak
three-quarters of a pound of prunes
and cook tender with four table-
spoonfuls sugar and a half cupful
grape or other fruit juices. Press
through a colander, add two table-
spoonfuls chocolate and two or three
tableepoonfuls more of the juice, cov-
er with the I tticed strips and bake.
To clean glass use one-half kero.
sene and water; wipe with a linen
To remove grease from silk, ho!d
it over the stove, as heat burns It
Try a kicking exercise for con-
stipation, as kicking football.
To remove iron rust, use strong
salt and'lemon juice and hold it ov3r.
bthe steam of the teakettle nose; It
Will disappear in an instant.
To wash white feathers and pom-
pons -wash in soft water with Ivory
soap and rinse. Hang them on the
line by tying a tape on them where
the wind blows hard.
To warm the feet waltz five tlnims
CHOCOLATE ICE OREAM.
81ift together one cup of sugar, two
level teaspoonfuls of Sour and a half
saltspoonful of salt Add two eggs
and beat all together. Add one pint
of hot, scalded milk, turn into a dou-
ble boiler and cook, stirring constant-
ly until smooth; then occasionally for
twenty minutes. Cool, then add a
pint and a half of cream, one cup of
sugar, half a tablespoonful of vanilla.
and two bars of sweetened bhocalate.
melted with a tablespoonful of hot
water and mixed with a little of the
cream. Add half a teaspoonful of
Ceylon cinnamon with the chocolate
of a teaspoonful of cinnamon extract,
whlch gives the cream a rich, spicy
Savor.-New York Telegram.
LEMON MILK SHERBET.
-Put one quart of fresh .nilk, two
cups of sugar and the thin yellow
rind from two lemons in the double
b6ifer and let It come to a scald
Remove the peel and let the liquil
cool. When cold freeze until almost
soild enough to remove the beater,
thee add the Juice of four large lem-
os, Qr five medium sized ones,. mix-
ed with three tablespoonfuls of su-
gar ad the whites of three eggs
beaten stiff. Mix thoroughly with the
frosen mixture, then cover the freezer.
and stir until frown .quite hard. Re-
eeve the beater, serape off the Ice.
beat and peck closely In the can. Put
a eork into the opening in the cover,
tay the crosaplece on top to keep the
can down In the cle, and cover with
an old piece of carpeting wet to salt
water. Let it stand an hour and
serve. If it is to be kept longer,
draw off the water and pack with
more tee and salt.-New York Tele
- if the r. t a fturp of y617
tUdi plUte .ga8, cut JJut do*e
of the .A.lS stable top.
A lahe -ftp of blottifn paper of
te l.deuired pakes an eoqdlemt
tjo4br a thin bureau scart.
Put rolled or blielt nla a paper bag.
twist. the top tightly, sprinkle cold
watei on the bag anti heat in the
oven and your rolls are good as new.
When washing a dog always wet
sad soap the head and ears inside and
out before water touches any other
part of the body, because If there
are any fleas on the doe. and there
usually are, they make straight for
the ears as soon as water touches
For canker of the stomach gather
clover tops and dry them for use Ia
winter. Chew a few before retiring.
To remove mildew rub hard soap
and salt 6n the spots; lay in the
sun, on the grass Is 1 better.
When frying anything to be rollo4
to teal use half flour with the meal.
A dish of vinegar on the back of
the stove kills all smell of cabbage
Rub postage stamps over the hair
and they will never stick unless moist,
THE PASSING AMBULANCE.
Out of the many sounds that ming-
led make the city's roar none Is
more certain to catch the ear than
that of the ambulance gong. There
is one sound that comes with a keen-
er emphasis-the whistle of the fire
engine; but there is none more cer-
tain to be heard than the clamor of
the ambulance gong, and while peo-
ple may stop to look when the fire
engine goes by they at least turn to
glance at the ambulance as it passes,
with horse galloping, gong pounding
and the cool young ambulance sur.
geon sitting calmly in his seat.
So in the city's crowded streets
in the busy hours, in the turmoil,
when the whistle and the gong call
for the road and when drivers hold
up and give the fire engine and the
ambulance the right of way, and when
with whistle sounding and gong
pounding and horses galloping they
thread their way along courses open-
ing, in the musy traffic; but therm
are places and times when engine
and ambulance move as silently, as
swiftly, with no a-companying sound
but that of the strenuous pavement
pounding hoofs of their own horses.
You are, say, in a far uptown ave-
nue in the early morning with no-
body yet abroad but yourself, the
board, asphalt paved street vacant
but for you; and as you move along
you hear coming nearer and nearer
down the avenue behind you the
sound of hoofbeats, the hoofbeats of
a horse galloping. You don't need
to think twice to know -what's com-
Ing, for no other horse in the city
moves with this smooth, swift, even
Sure enough, as this rubber tired
outfit, silent except for the hoofbeats
of its horse, ranges alongside and
you look up it Is the ambulance, with
the driver, the now deserted avenue
all to 'himself, keeping square along
the broad street's level middle
stretch for the better footing and the
horse galloping as bravely here along
this empty silence as if admiring
throngs were looking on; aud then
as the outfit sweeps by you see the
ambulance surgeon with his coat col-
lar turned up sitting silent in his
They turn east at the next street
below, and swinging around the cor-
ner for his own surer going the horse
comes down to a trot; and he has a
great stride-he is a great goer as a
trotter-but the instant they are
straightened out the driver breaks
him into a gallop again, and the
next Instant, as they near the next
cross avenue, you hear for the first
time in the stillnass of those de-
serted streets at this hour In the
morning the crack and clamor of the
gong.-New York Sun. I
vf you are M ck, do worry, but begin at onpe
to make your- f well To do this, we but repeat
the words of thoumsads of other sufferers from
womanly s, when we say:
It Wfl Help You
For 50 years, this wonderful female remedy, has
been benefiting sick women. Mrs. Jennie Merrick,
of Cambridge City, Ind., says: "I suffered greatly
with female trouble, and the doctors did no good.
They wanted to operate, but I took Cardui, and it
made me feel like a new woman. I am still using
this wonderful medicine, with increasing relief."
AT ALL .DUG STORES
Smith's Home-Made Candy-All Kinds
Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Kisses,
~-" BUTTERCUPS, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
HOT and COLD DRINKS.
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO CARRY FULL LINE
OF HUYLER'S CANDIES.
L. A. Smith,
I' AL.UN F' AiJ4oui
Almwe at Lm
ilerryday & Walton,
COUNSELL,6RS AND ATTORNEYS
.I PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Natenasl Bgnk *lIlMInf pa, Ir Front St. Palatka Nnt. Hank filds
JOHfl 6. MARHAL a i . / ,
AUrMy AM L Attorey at La^
Twat steet, Pwalafte,. OrMa OOee sI Court RHouse, Pnlatks. 1
groves for sala
-. W. H. ROEN J. N. BLACKWELL,
BETISTl ., Offce Front Street, Opposite Putsam
Office ewr the Kennerl. PALATKA FLORIDA
vmay TRUn,4 Raw Fur, HIdes, Wool,
t, : Tallow, Beeswax, Beef,
Attomty at L Hides, Goatskins.
From *noe% PALAICA'[" FA.
National Sank Wiling,
D& H. fIL ESTESO
--- IRM L
Maybe man thinks when ie haI
umatered the art of flying he'll have
a bolter chance of being an angel.
gWiW the aDove to.-
M. Sabel & Sons,
1856. LOUISVILLE, KY.
"Over half a Century in Louisville."
WE ARE DEALERS IN ABOVE, not
commission merchants. Reference :
Any bank In Louisville.
Write for weekly price list.
MISS KATE L. LUCAS,
MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,
Notions. lUdies', i. ti ".' and C'hil-
dlr*'n's W'it.r I'ndelrwear.
I idli'1-' 1Id1 and Silk Glovrs.
Exp.h'i .ined T'rln-imer and designer
emniloyed. lr'lit' right. Satisfaction
MArpmO, 0 0 *
iuaor 8 0NZTIN
oft ~izalle.. *..
~Vsd fowml"he m 4&
Mssubvls epeiuiamsg aw
*S~at ma&uple soy.
Ow rader. will c~sm
Pdtq o wdft "Nuo d gI ftWe
*am u thm willa""i ea aqaw
~~. admtist In 7 ft e Uf Us
too. ThoIs s little troble amel ms
somhusbut It heap. s. md amto
hm"" Wanwated by G do #A I
astom ea the postdow at am U&
be* F116 aom~m m Now
,TE111JT liE ITAYL
P1re-cooling has been practiced for
bome time in California to prepare or
anges for shipment by taking the heat
out of the fruit and keeping It cooL
It is regarded as giving better results
than icing cars. It Is also coming Into
mse among Florida orange growers.
'Ahe same process has been Introduc-
ed at Starke for thoroughly chilling,
strawberries before sending the bee
Punta Gorda's shipment of fish on
lee one week recently amounted to
b 4,000o pounds. That little city
should prosper with Its fisheries and
fruit and vegetable Interests.
There seems to be nQ end of the de-
velopment pf Tampa's cigar Interets.
Another new factory Is to be erected
The Tenth Biennial report of the
commissioner of agriculture is a bulky
paper-bound volume of five hundred
and ninety-sevesa ~aes, with whiclt
Is bound the Plhtda Quarterly Bulle-
tin of date of January 1, 1909, cot.-
laiinng ae hundred emd elsxty-one ad-
ditional pages. As "agriculture," la
the minds of our legislatoers, overs al-
most every Imaginable subject of leg-
islative interest, it follows that Ihf:
report "has something in It suited to
the taste of every reader," as some of
the magazines say In their prospectus.
The trip from the Atlantic to the
* Gulf was recently made in a 30-horse
power automobile with narrowtread
wbheol, by Mr. and Mrs. Geore U.
Parrell and E. B. Case. The distance,
two hundred and eleven males, from
Beabreeze and Daytona to the Tam-
pa Bay hotel, was made In fifty hours.
Tuey found the roads good. Only one
rough place was met with. This Is
the first time such a trip has been
A three hundred-pound Jewflah re-
auly captured at a Key West whar
had a large Iron bolt n Its jaw that
would weigh several pounds.
4 The ocean beach from Ormond to
Meagito Inlet has been formally set
aa t as a public highway for speed
S t ad automobile races from Mash
to March 21 by the county con-
Smssloners of Volusla. This is done
S under the requirements of the laws of
I, Pr Ie a&d legalizes the famous reams
for th year. .
(" The Duval county oommisldoners
ar resolved to Immediatelf put In
em it lon so much of the road
SJeaoanvile to It., UAstmns,
Ormoad and Daytona as lies within
U e0 coas a ad that the St. Johne
y l at dog whM
a: to have a goad road trouh ther
Ai"su t OMhaveUM
m me amm Uae.
S A MuM er of KA W eters ate la/
Sthemales la fa mm
Eight thousand, four hundred and
sixty-four buildings erected In Jack-
sonville lteeS the great are of May
3, 1901, up to March 1. Bee Jackson-
"Bu' Crews. a ultted States dep.
aty Wershal, who has for years hunt-
ed mooanlar I Pndaealsa district
Is dead at his home In Bonifay as a
result of a gua4het wound, which he
received apoltentally while on his
way with others to raid a gang of
Wh se 8*s*
1. Petersburg Is generous. It gives
the county seat of the proposed new
county o Pluteas to Clearwater -a
the most em lmt. As St. Peters-
burg has the !Me population of any
of the m- siUm at sub-pe-
insmular, thio s und mettle the mat-
ter. The et h Is to et the new
A mersileus murderer Is appeadlcl*
He with b U w Mlm. Sut o. Klog's
New f Plls kill It by preveatUo.
They mmV Umach e e li Uver
md beovews U"d t o l
W. 11l01W% U
It Saved His Leg.
"All thought I'd lose my leg," writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis. "Ten
years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
Set cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for Skin Erup-
tions, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Boils, Fe-
ver Sores, Burns, Scalds, Cuts and
Plles. 25c at 8. W. Rowley's. tf
ITI IIEIVIS LTEI OATFo.
Dieelitlen Am Soldlers to Disre.
St Augustine, PFl.-There has been
a general disposition In the minu1try
arvioe of the state to treat too lightly
the obligations Involved in the oath
Many eOt4ed men of the Florida
te rop have enlisted In the reot
ws nmy wfthout formally btalanlg
iemw bMIN ae s ate mltttla
H. 3. Turner, we desert kmf
the state militia was dishonorably dis-
haemd from the V. 9. army. I
gw eto saw INIO
fllmmf ii the t" pe or i l.da
j', JN J. c.ooBMr ao the
/ a o s. is o erinng
am j85e.e ph roe, for the best
,l wument ram at the Marion
emty fMr. to be held ant December.
A an So acrm I furnish the seed.
That oghot to produce great results.
lsging from indIcatlons., the three
M mklrs' eaUrtoa- arranged by
the railroads for March 16, April 6
md Ap fl 0, WO bring a large nu.lk
her of passengers to this state on
thme dates. Starting from Chicago
pJpiekt-g up homeseekers at var-
Soapolat, these trains will be well
loaded by the time they reach Jack-
sonville. The excursions from Ohio
river points that were run during the
emly part of the winter will serve to
jatotise the later ones.
The "Dutch treat," or anti-treating,
crusade has struck New York. It will
sem extend to Florida cities. Ger
mA Icans are pushing this
movement against the great American
hab f "treating" ~nd in favor of
a same method of drinking. The man
who pay fowr bls own drinks is not
ky to get drunk. But itf he does,
he dhodd be punished. But many a
man dte p Ito a saloon because he
feel that he could recover from men-
tal or phylecal fatigue if he had but
OMe drtik of beer or whiskey and
lepese the saleen drunk because bhe
had the misfortune to meet a friend
or friends there. Not every man is so
constituted that one drink starts him
on a carouse, but It Is the habit, of
"treattag" that makes so manw drun-
kards. Neither treat nor accept a
treat-or else get on the water wag-
on- and stay on.
To promote interest in the growing
of corn in Marion county and with
a view of producing a larger and bet-
ter grade of corn, Dr. J. C. lobzer
ef OeG a is d offering a cash prize for
the best specimens of corn at the
Marion Oounty Fair to be held next
December. Much Interest has been
mautf-ted It this contest, and a
ilgo lumber s people have eigUlded
their attention of competing. l)r.
Boozer also agrees to furnish the
seed. In addltien to this offer to
stimulate 1em ft a&rlciulrai
limose, Dr. Boozer will also give a cash
prize to the boy or girt who writes
the best essay on George Washing-
tOn and his mother. This offer is
open. to all eeol children in the
The same trftble appears this year
in the early tomato market that was
uOplae#d f list year in the or-
ange market-much of the crop is
picked too green. This keeps the
price for tomatoes down, though It is
still true that a crate of well-matured
tomatoes wMnSed with green ones--
In other words, ready to be sold upon
aridal at the market-will command
De Sateo oaty .made a ane show at
the State. 1lr at Tampa, wiaing the
great prize and a sectional prize be-
sides, the total number of points
awarded that comity being 1,017. The
next highest were Hernando county,
with 635 points, and Polk, with 4;3
points, and Manastee. with 409. Wash-
ngton county, In the West, came out
rtth 1ss points.
TaPam ev -nhiinugmra aol
add loMvriorTeedra. (orio h gt by an
SOE NEEDED rW t*oagwbe n
tho T r iII m-i a rush
Osly Able Bodied Male Prismer a -Mou If t -t1M0Ma. and
Be Ln, amd Would Be Worth hwd eo I is he UMW sernfes.
to ConviU t Contractors. I the lt, .m o- -- holam.
Tallahaspo Fla.-In his Inaugural nation OW be MMM A0 b-tle tube
addreMs, (lovernr Onllchrist gave o0 ES S Mlear
strong approval to the suggestion g wi6l 9 "e I ; nine
Mrand by the commissioner of agrioul- caWes ogt t q ciured by Ca
ture that tho,,- ta e convicts who are tarrh, which ito n Othta bt an telans
women, and infirm men should not ed condition th e 9 0to m surfaces.
be leased out to contractors, but w e Dollars
should be detained on a farm,dor at VWe 0" M O NO" (iuDollars
some other employment owned anres ed I r )too an t M IbM 40M eare by
the hope that this suggestion would Halls' OStari are. "&0M .or cir-
be enacted into law. culwr fte.
This movement is making progress. IP. J. CHIMS A O l Tedo, 0.
The schedule of requirements adopted olbd t 1, '0e.
by the board of commissioners aof ls s ily I bM r constl
state instlitutions-which is composed
..t-. ....-...- ...- hr a n fn-ltir nhl. nation. tf
f 01he U governor anains m.1U I v E---
net-with which the contractor for the
lease of all state convicts for the four
years beginning January 1, 1910, must
comply, contain the following provis-
"Anyone presenting a bid for the
hire of state prisoners is required to
name therein the capital per annum
price, he or they agree to pay the
state of Florida for all state prison-
ers subject to all of the above condi-
tions, with the express understanding
and agreement that the board of com-
missioners of state institutions shall,
if authorized by law, have the right,
at any time they may desire, to with-
draw from said lease all women and
invalid male prisoners, and from thet
time of the withdrawal of said wom-
en and invalid male prisoners, the ler-
sees shall pay 15 per c(nt additional,
on the per capital amount of said bid,
as made under the terms and specifi-
cations herein set forth.
"The commissioner of agriculture
and the board of commissioners of
state institutions will increase the per
capital price per annum by 15 per cent
on all prisoners not so withdrawn
from said lease.
"The commissioner of agriculture
and board of commissioners of state
institutions reserve the right to mod-
ify any contract for the hire of state
prisoners, to the extent of leasing only
those capable of performing reasora-
ble service at manual labor."
The proposal to detain women and
infirm male prisoners on a state farm,
thus forming a nucleus for a state
penitentiary proper, now awaits only
the necessary authority of legislative
action, which it is believed will be
given at the approaching session.
The proposal to detain the weaker
classes of prisoners on a state farm
should be as acceptable to prospect-
Ive lessees, for business reasons, as it
is to right-thinking citizens, for hu-
manitarian reasons. Lessees would
then secure only able-bodied male
prisoners, who would .be much more
valuable to them, and for whose labor
they would naturally be willing to
pay a larger per capital price than is
now paid per capital for the whole
body of prisoners, men and women,
weak and strong. The revenge of the
state would thus be fully protected
and a great reform in prison manage-
The convicts have been leased to
the Florida Pine Company.
ST. tO mli U.
Win GMt 4aWdt BMd Arigade
St. Petersburt& la.-..B te ruling
of the highest e "t. Petersbur
will get, Tlr S ma d ti money col
elected wltht W O L It t means
$2,600 for the dty at e ft.9 set time,
and eacsOh t a'- yOe r momr tihau
1,000 w0 be m it r.
St. Petersbueg s e e41 ever win-
ning the sult mad wiB .take her
chances with the reniabder of the
county in getting better roads
Near *mo 4 f J nd.
It was a thr mpg M et e to Mrs.
Ida Seper to face 4 "Aer years a
severe lung trouble gave me intense
suffering," MAe wt~e, 'i several
times nearly emgud 0y 4eath. All
remedies failed and doctors said I
was Incurable. The Dr. Wag's New
Discovery brought qUick relat and a
cure so permnmeut thnt O tave not
been troubled ta twelve yers." Mrs.
Soper lives Ia n fg ed, Pi It wo ks
wonders In Conghs aud OoMCf, Sore
Lungs, Hemornsa fGt ppe, Asth-
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The word *wonderftg* wfll soon
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T LY14d SNew EW gm
was seen la the ed boe, h a sB and
body of the little smeI K. L Adams,
of Henrietta Pa. HfS 0wul plight
from eczema bud, for ow ye r, de-ed
aln remedies a mM 6om beet doc-
tors, who saM Whe p@Oc b Wleed
had affect ed i bluw s i nothing
could save bhm. 49 rite his
mother, "seven bottesm of Jtrc BIt-
ters completely eared kim." Fw nrup-
tions, ezema, glt ~eu, gores and
all Blood DisoerS a md Shoeumttsm
Electric Bttters is atp Omn. Oaly Sec.
Guaranteed tby s. 'W. ewley. if
It is the emotViol an %who nalkes
most of the Mao la a public
M A '
Tbe people of Florida are waken.
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i l I I
Or lla This Teenee PDeter Ne.
A Tennessee doctor samed Bar-
num thinks he hab about the wWi.
s t horse that ever carried a rider
a nnd his saddle bags over a country
V f road.
9*0*400*0609060*g* **g *"( hirlle never. In the many calls
SMust prI daly make. *requltt fastening.
She a healthy skin. The or she rit(s the doctor in Our Dumb All-
wtheM a healthy skin. The skpn of itali, "but will follow along, pick
the man who labors and perpire around until the visit Is finished, and
really cleaner than the skin of th if t bonext is' near, trot around and
man who bathe, and bathes but leads wait until it too is finished.
a sodentary li'o. This is not a plea .Obarlle understands. If he cannot
for abstomlonaness in rugarj to bath- speak, the Engli h language. One
ing, but for rigorous exercise. Ily ex- Instance of many I will give.
crcisung vigorously the (
fog through the veins, carrying life d from a neighboring row of tane-
with it. Perspiration is increase., ed from -a neighboring row otene-
Youwih ust create, and, what is ncrwel. ments, 'Call and see my child when
o must reaye, and what is well.ou me bck!' Some two hours
unconsdously you fl:l the lungs, the had elaps bck!' ome twround was
benefit of which is immeasurably elapseand I had forgotten the re-ound was
greater than that derived from stand- quest, but when we reached the street
Ing before an open window "inhal- corner harlie balked, took the bit
log seven times." The digestion is in his mouth and made a run up the
strengthened. The nerves will be street to th, woman's house.
quiet, the harassed mind soothed, and "He stoppo at the door and wait-
the skin will become supple and soft. H th tl suterer's wants had
You must (,at slowly. Cut d ed till the little sufferer's wants had
You must at slowly. Cut ow't een attended to and then quietly
the amount of your diet one-fourth, followed me home. Hlie had never
and give up tea and coffee-that I heen there before, and if be did not
about all; In fact, all to the person understand what was said, what made
with no a-tive skin disease. "Isn't hm act o
him act so?
it simple?" Of course we know that "Sometimes he is quite helpful In
all over-drinking and over-eating ridding me of the chronic hypochon.
coarsen the skl. Therefore, exor. driac cases, who fancy a full recital
cise, perspire, eat slowly and reduce of all their ills, real and imaginary
your diet only about one-fourth I to be necessary at every visit, and
The drinking of water .might come
that the doctor has nothing to do
under dlet, for thii one agent ist.a h n r tod
save to hear these wandering stor.
most efficacious in clearing and refin-
ing the skin. rink several gasssles. If a call at certain places is
Ing the skin Drink several glass, unusually prolonged and an open
of water d:ily, between meals, giv. door or window accessible, his head
ing up coffro and tea in the mean- is sure to pop in and a prolongJ
time, and in three short weeks one n e p p n i le
will notice a change In the freshness "One morning le had been quietly
of her skin. If a woman hs ve t following me until noon was up-
low patches, sometimes called liver preaching, when by sundry little nips
spots, disfiguring her skin, they will on my coat sleeve he intimated that
disappear if this taking of water NI 'corn time' had come. When I
persevered in. Many people are thought my call was over and had
dying for water. No plant can liv, started to leave, another member of
without it, no human be well without the family calmed attention. This
t.her p benefit of thing done, a new start was made, when
The principal benefit of bathing another required attention. Charlie
apart from its cleansing qualities, I pulled violently on my sleeve to non
the stimulating effect upon the cir- purpose.
culation. A cool bath dally is almost "After this case was pa.zifled I
a necessity for health. It sends the, again made a move, when the ol-
blood coursing through tho veins and ganmoe a e te o i
grandmother called to me to 'wait
capillaries, many of which wither till they could send to a neighbor's
away when no blood is forced through and bring the baby'. This was too
them. Gradually inure yourself to much. Charln e seized me by the o:a t
cool bath, your colds will disappear, collar and uelled me away, striking
no woman with colds ever had a soft, out viciously, with both heels to.-
You will agree that the greatest a. id ward the tormentors. You could al-
You wllth ag ree that the greater a most imagine from the expression of
to health, and its barometer---a his face that he was saying: 'These
beautiful epidermis-ls exercise; for peohs e have had doctoring enough n'
activity Is life. and the penalty for the peoI e have ad doctoring enough an
Inactive is that they either becomI I want my corn.'
wcakt, pale and thin, or weak, red "Charlie knows every youngster
, pale and fatthin, or weak, red and baby in the neighborhood. Put
and fat. one on his back, tie up the reins and
As exercise is the important agency start him off to take the little ono
in assiMting andl producing internal home and he goes to the right house.
le&'th, so is outward ntanipulation stope at the door stands till ro.
the agent conducing to the outward .to,, .- at .th- woorv btndr ten q .ru
health of ~h~i skin. every woman vedl or his burden and then quietly
health of the skin. Every woman trots home unless he sees me coming,
should know that the blood must be and thomen he followsee mecomn
brought to flow through every small "The night is never so dark but
capillary if the skin al to have the that he brings me safely home, often
Even the red fac--unl.ss a dis- over road where a misstep would I
ease, when the woman back of the land us hundreds of feet below. Ne.
skin bould be treated---will be bone- er a stream so swift that he will
fited by rubbing and pinching of the not carry me surely across. Never
skin. The woman or girl who daily a storm but that to the best of his
manipulates her face scientifically, or ability ho will shield me with his
has it manipulated regularly, will body from its force."
have a much better complexion and
a softer skin than it her face were Peas Bring Luck.
not treated. Most poor complexion. N. C. Burr said large numbers
S tuidy, oily. dry or yellow, will b of negroes came into his store this
benoted by rtho l ytelllently wappllbed morning and bought peas, the ordin-
S otward stimulation. The poor com- ary table peas, and usually in smail
plelomed have some affection of the quantities. The large number of
A egs Sads; either they are such peas exlted hU curiosity and
Sad oly or e are pitted he asked one of the neoroos what it
wr r dee ad oily, orwtob they are meat, He was told that the no.
Sdoable to espel, and the skain igroes believed that if they ate peas
I :' 3, ibsr this condition a careful on the first, day of 'the year they
W s I @ Iwith a complexion brush Is would bhre money all the rest of
M i. eyao whea the deep, button, the year. Many neroes believe in
Sprt, o t t and all of t ad peas for din-
if hadlfie s no Irritable enp mp .-Adoreoe Mail.
Smetmest should be sootog.- Weight tor wekght, 5pie wood is
a sU* so Wt Vs "troser thea A V
Famous as tile Originator of the Partly-Printed Sheet System of Newspaper
Publication, a Method Now Used by More. Than 10,000 Weekly
Papers Throughout the United States.
Andrew J. Alkens, part owner and to the Western States as a special cor.
general manager of the Evening Wis- respondent. He visited Milwaulkee
consin, Milwaukee, one of the most in the spring of 1854, settled there
distinguished and best known news- In the early summer, and soon after
paper publishers in the country, died' became connected with the Evening
January 22, at the age of eighty Wisconsin, with the late William E.
years, as the result of a stroke of Cramer. In 1864 the firm name be-
paralysis suffered in his office in the came William E. & John F. Cramer,
afternoon of January 12. and in 1868 Cramer, Aikens &
Andrew Jackson Aikens was bore. Cramer.
at Barnard, Vt., October 31, 1828. 1 The method of printing newspapers
His paternal ancestors were Scotch,I on one side at a central office and on
from Montrose, who settled in Massa- the other side at the office of publi-
chusetts in 1660, and on his mother's cation originated with Mr. Alkens in
side he was descended from John 1863. Mr. Aikens' improvement upon
Howland, the last survivor of those the English method of printing auxil-
who came over in the Mayflower. He lary newspapers consisted in the addi-
left the high school at the age of tion to the general news of the paper
fifteen years, and served an appren- of a page for general advertising;
ticeship in a printing office, rising to the compensation for this advertising
the position of editor. He afterwards making it possible to sell the partly-
edited a weekly paper at Bennington, printed sheets for less than the cost
Vt., and later a weekly at North of production. The firm began the
Adams, Mass. From North Adams publication of the "partly-printed"
he went to Boston, where he became sheets with advertisements in 1864,
*a reporter in the Legislature, and being the pioneer house'in the busi-
served as proofreader in the State ness. There are now more than 10,-
printing office. 000 papers printed upon this plan nla
Going from Boston to New York, the United States-more than one-
he was engaged upon the New York half of the weekly newspapers-at a
Evening Post in 1853, and was sent saving of millions of dollars.
Unique Heating Device.
In winter, when the demand for
hot water for baths exceeds the ca-
pacity of the hot water boiler, the
unique heating device shown here
would be welcomed. This novel
means of furnishing an abundant
supply of hot water is the intention
of a Missouri man. Its undoubted
usefulness will be appgaent at a
glance. In combination with the tub,
a burner tube is disposed under the
tub with holes for discharging th6
flame. These openings are placed at
distances Increasing from one end of
the tube to the other, the openings
adjacent where the water enters the
.tub being clour together than at the
opposite end. Tie. coor mop practice
of heating extra water ln large vw*
sols on the stove can thus be done
away with. The inoonvealnese of
carrying the water up stair, asMr
heating, s also ellMenated, together
with the danger of Injury fromeu l*
aletta I said to boae teel
va# takeestina $8,800,00. w.
A Great Issue o mROW
1byJudge Peter S. rosecup, of Chicago.
ND yet there 11 an issue-a concrete issue-just as certainly rti-
lan to demand a trial and verdict as did the s'avery Issue fifty-
two years ago, when a new great party w:.s raised up to meet
It In ay Judgment that issue will take something like this
form: Shall our corporate form of national activity, shall the
wrmt L.Tti growing domain of national activity remain a mere
cl, e possession, as the landed domain on the other side of the
ocean a ea possession-a restricted proprihtorship, the people mere re-
talaer-or will it be raised into a truly national possetsion-taking Its place
aloagem the farms of the country, the labor spirit of the country as a
possesIon of the people and by the people-the people here, as in our agri.
ailtural amOl.n, Individually the proprietors?
i'r; Roosevelt haa not yet shown that he comnprehends that there Is such
Ia lesse; Mha not yet shown any comprehension that It Is only by a thorough
reconstruction of the corporation as a medium of holding property that our
corporate past can be divided from what I trust will be the country's corpor-
ate future, and possibly the time is not ripe to frame or submit that issue.
What view Mr. Taft may take will be Interesting to watch. Mr. Bryan went
strailgt to the deep h'-.an feeling, and the deep human Instinct, when In his
Chicao speech the said:
**There is a ,problem that Is not the problem of today or of yesterday, or
of tomorrow. It is a problem that has existed since man's race began, and
will exist while time endures. That problem is the adjustment of the re-
wards of oeelety. Upon the settlement of that problem aright depends the fu-
ture of. manklnd." But In his platform, Mr. Bryan proposed no practicable
means that would tend to adjust widely among the people those permanent
reward aof our nation's corporate activity that last when mere wages are
spent and gone. I
By Paul Thieman.
EW YORK has suffered large expense and larger scandal by ap-
peal to "unwritten law" not indigenous to its soil or people.
N But these metropolitan crimes have not been committed in
S accordance with the true unwritten code.
When the regular duel was abolished, another form of blood
vengeance took its place in the parts of the country where duell-
ing had been esteemed chivalrous.
Itconsisted of "killing on sight."
However, this "killiag on sight," was -much more limited in its scope of
rrovocations than the oki code duello.
The old-fashioned combat, with polite challenge, punctilious seconds, sur-
geons; bows, measured ground and signals, was invokable for every kind of
insult usually resented with flats or vituperation nowadays.
"Killing on might"-literally "ca.tch-as-oatch-can" duelling-was limited to
deadly Injuries and avenging the dishonor of women.
A brother or father or husband who wished to slay, but with regard to
the proprieties, was supposed to give out word that he would shoot So-aird-So
There So-and-So, if innocent, had an opportunity to exonerate himself.
At any rate, he could gird on his weapon and be prepared to defend his
It was more racking than the old regular duel, with its ghastly polite-
neor% of ceremonial, but over with for life or death at daybreak.
One of the most horrible of experience was going about ones business as
usual, watching day after day, and night after night, and week after week, for
the moment to kill or be killed.
Ihe hunter became the hunted, and the hunter could not stand it.
Snowaedys, particularly in New York, the enemy is potted unawares.
Waste in New England.
By Sarah Isharn Colt.
8 one travels through the small towns of New England he mu4t bo
impressed with their rugged beauty. The tall solemn trec.s of
the forest, the overhanging rocks of line granite, with very often
rich veins of silica, showing hints of the treasure they contain.
The walnut and chestnut trees in great u rtbers; the sc'atterlag
apple trees laden with fruit that is never gathered and perhaps
seldom seen by the owner-'be cause out so far from the home
avrm there is no time to attend to them, and so there is a groat waste. ilirds,
of course, devour many but maty are wasted each year. Drive along by our
Aetiful rivers, our trout-brook~. Over head bushels of wild grapes are lost
etIoA year. Pink grapes, purple grapes, grapes that niake a numatchlt's jelly in
color and form, it cannot be equalled. There they hang, and glow and ripen
and fall, food for partridges and quall, but bushels go to waste. "No time to
tend to them," is the cry. "No place to sell Jellies or grape juice if we
'bad the time." So then you see stores of dellclons fruit, bushels and bushels
of nuts, and no one to gather them. Why? The farmers have their herds of
cowS and sell the milk. The milking takes many hours and help tI scarce.
It is not an unusual thing for the farmer with one helper to rise at four
'olck and milk till nearly nine; then the fec.Jing of the herd, preparing tho
tables, glins to the station with the milk, horaLs to be (artil for, and pigs
and poultry. Corn must be shelled, stables cleaned, wagons made ready
and it is tim to milk again.
the women of the household deplore the waste, but what can they do?
The garden, if they havo one, is their care. Some fruits are preserved, of
ourse; if there are children nuts a 'gathered, but onlyln small quantities
S -SA with the Waste. Whole ok groves, with bushels of aoorns, which
maught be utilized for pigs and poultry, are lost In the same way. What shall
be 4= T
The only thing to do, It seems, hI for people who have a little money,
(ad the farms can be bought very cheaply) to boy these farms and develop
the posslblltii them, think of the profit In vinegar alone, it is largely
U509. The expense would be small. It takes fourteen bushels of apples to
mike a barrel of older. Think of the number of bush ls lying onthetirouni
C n8 to waste, and of what a source of income it would be, and so little trvu.
.Just put it in 4 pdplace with southern exposure, where it will not
kr.*. that 4 all,
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fARt INOT8. FORB8T TRE PLANTING.
The physical condition of the so l According (p a bulletin df the De-
t4 right it we get favorable re- apartment of Agriculture, an Ohio
A lf Wib bertilisers. farmer Is solving the problem of
Al fertiliser requires some base for what to do with the worn-out farm.
0s plat blood to combine with while He owns as old homestead of Sixty
It tos nel ethaged into form avail- acres, which he 1t desire of keep-
Sle. to nourish the young plants. Ing in the family. He does not live
'4tW shows how Iwportant it Is that on the place, however, and farming
W# maintain an adequate supply of has been a losing proposition. He
aras b has, therefore, decided to plant the
hVen growing green crops to entire tract with trees. He has al-
plow under to add humus It will be ready planted 85,000 Norway spruce,
ouna more economical to turn down set three and one-half feet apart each
legumes and thus add nitrogen. When way, on an area of about eleven acres.
this Is done it will net be necessary These trees will be cut, ad they be-
to use a fertilizer rich In nitrogen. come large enough, for Christmas
Nitrogen Is the most expensive ele- trees.
ment of fertility and the air Is a Chestnut scedligs will ,be planted
much cheaper source to obtain It from in the spaces left by the removal of
than the fertilizer works. the spruce. and It is expected that
There is nobetter combination, per. they will begin to come In bearing
hape, than the dairy cow and the when the last spruce Is cut. In ad-
hog. Not only do they bring In good ditlon to the spruce, hardy eatslpn.
profits, but they take little fertility black locust, elm, box-elder and syep-
trom the farm. more have been planted. It is plan.
New novelties are offered every ned to put the entire sixty acres In
year In fruits and vegetables, but forest within five or elx years.
some of them are old varieties un- The owner Is wise In planting sev-
der other names. In procuring seed, eral kinds of trees Instead of confln.
purchase only from reliable houses. Ing himself to one species. His for-
Sows do not give a large amount of est will be producing six or seven
milk, but what they do give Is very kinds of lumber chestnut and Christ.
rich. -By the time the pigs are two mas trees at the same time.
weeks old they will need additional _
rations, and these should be provil- FrEEDING COLTS AND MARES.
ed in a trough where the young pigs Will you kindly tell us through the
can feed themselves. Give only what columns of the Farmer, the proper
can be eaten quickly and entirely. proportions of each, and the amount
An old fruit grower says the pick to feed to weanling colts, of corn,
Is the best tool he has ever found oats, bran and oil meal? Also quan
to use around apple trees when the tity to feed brood mares; with clover
ground has become too firm. He hay and fodder for roughage
sl8le- tUhe pick eight or ten inches A Subscriber.
Into the soil and merely pries loose Answer:-There are no hard and
the dirt, without disturbing the roots. fast rules for feeding weanling colts,
No one Is In perfect shape to keep eas there is so much difference in
cattle properly unless he has aulta&Ae the breeds, etc. Prof. Henry's
barns or bheds nnd a Al silo. With- Feeds and Feeding says that two
out these the -cows cannot be made poma38* 4 oats dslly and what bay
to pay the proft that they otherwIae they will eat. Tealing colts font
would. pounds of eats and hay for roughage,
--"-- sad as they seem to eat and relsh
GARIAC IN PASTURES. the feed some wheat bran may be
In a recent issue of Hoard's Dairy- added to the daily ration. A little
man, Mr. J. 0. McSparran, an exten- oil meal only as the oSt ocrelasos
sive dairyman is quoted to have stat- in age may be given.
ed that he has had but little trouble Mares int foal should be fed oats
IFom garlic Savor in the milk pro. as a preference, also eeme shorts and
rdnrl hv his cc es. His experience bran mtxed with the oats. Mashes
la this connection is very interesting, should be fed occasionally of bean.
and we give it herewith. Cooked feed three tmies a week is
The article referred to reads as also recommended. PSr roughage
follows: "I was quite surprised when good bay Is the best, with the other
Mr. Sparran told me that he had no foods already mentioned. Six to ton
dIofloty In keeping the garlic flavor Pounds of oats and ten to twelve
out of his milk. The way he did this pounds of hay are daily rations, no-
W*B simply to take the cows out of cording to size and kind of mares.
Me pasture where the garlic grew Draftefp will require more. and the
in hour and a half before milking feeder will readily see how much
Mae. He said it d4d not make any more.-Indiana Farmer.
S 4M1trence how much garlic the. cows
ate, the garlic flavor would disappear
av n the milk within an hour and a
Ml if after they were taken from the
S 4Wture. He 4ias had so much ex-
sal tene in this matter, In fact Is
Sanmitag his cows at the present
.i -e In the manner described, that
A think it worth while to call the
S. Sttt n of other dairymen to It so
S tthey may at least try Mr. Bpar-
method where they have to deal
.'AAhr pia which he uses at
; h r sto ,ate the cows to a
pasture for several days
6M r empletely eat down the
l her will promptly do
anl" Wt t of. t, removing
M a bur ad a half be.
S gjLA^..a Of *allPa
hs**o ha vpes
HEIGHT OF PERCHES.
The perches should also be low.
There is no advantage hi high roosts.
Two feet above the ground Is plenty
high enough for the roosts. By mak-
ing roosts low and level the fowls
will not crowd each other, no tnjury
will result to bodies or feet in getting
on or off, and no fight for preference
of position will take place, to say
nothing of superior ventilation, etc.
Nest boxes should be b 41t so that
they may he readily olsied and
disinfected, and removable to take
outdoors. Nest boxes should be sep-
arate and not Joined. Soap boaes are
excellent Locate them to a rather
dark, qduet corner. Cut away ane
side of Ume b eAr a few taehes *o
the ban wl Wes to walk hate te
mest am ot Iulop down a to bealm
Nees a seesf should beth he
takes tASe ta.buldnag ftrequeStly
amd Mat" er e with kerosenef
mad Surnad. T as, UM iua *Wr
'60@ am he
' .t '.4
BROOD MARE'S FOOD.
Most brood mares are hearty feed-
ers when carrying foals. They eat
with apparent relish coarse hay and
even oats, wheat -and barley straw
from which the grain has been
threshed. There is but little nutri-
ment In such food, however, and It
forced to subsist upon that alone,
the development of the foal in utero
is sure to be retarded from lack of
nourishment, and it can never be.
come so valuable an animal as though
well nourished. Supplemented with
liberal grzin rations, however, coarse
bay and straw may be profitably fed
to brood mares and other mature ani-
mals. It will generally be found, more
profitable to use the straw of grain
for bedding than for feed.-American
Every barn should -have a cistern
or receptacle for liquids from the
stable that cannot be absorbed by
the material spread in the stalls and
sheds for that purpose, but it is bet-
ter, if possible, to absorb the liquids
and add them to the manure boeap.
The cistern should be so located
tU to permit of pumping the liquid
an the solid accumulations of the
zeap. In this manner all the valuable
Properties of the manure will be re-
t-jired. The liquids are worth far
utore than the solids, although they
Ag frequently permitted to go to
RATS A COSTLY NUISANCE.
Based on actual inquiry and In-
vqptigation by agents of the Depart-
mant of Agriculture, it is estimated
thAit the damage by rats in the large
citelos amount to $20,000,000 annually.
SBch figures suggest even greater loss
when the work of these animals in
th small towns and on the farms
Is taken into account. The depart- _
nimt recommends rat-proof con-
struction of buildings and constant
use of traps and the use of poisons
Wherever practicable.-American Cul-
Fbe phantom dog spectre was one,
ot the hardiest of old English super.
stations. Almost every county had
iU black dog which haunted Igs
lonely spots and was the dread of
eeery native. Meet of them were reM
0grded as devil, but some were held
to be the spirts of beman belags
transformed thus as a punishment.
ady Howard, a Devon notable o
the days of James I., for lasutane
was said to be compelled to hast,
Okehapta to the forn of a deft a
a -palmemt er her erneMl 4 e
l *r*-Laeas CMaialas,.
IT MIGHT PAY YOU
TO SHiP YOUR
I DEAl WLERt&CBo
us" ambods W"
Whot m*s ansgot isto a peck of
trsbl b~ r~to crowd-it ftt wm
NSA*me as tbokawbin 10 bon
WI t sto et hubhllhe'"
HOT AND COLD
TMR uMG-ATM@ BAT. \.
The esgpatitn habit Is a very oIn-
mon and costly one sad usWit
proves troublesome It Can genetal-
ly be traced to the accedental brfyi.
thig of an egg in the nest or ise-
where. After one bird has acquittd
the habit it Is rapidly taught to oth.
or members of the flock, causi g com
Ilete demorallsaton. The hatit am
best be prevented by haviln dark-
ened nests and a s9oqtleey of nest-
hg material so that the eggs are not
liable to be broken; also by the use
of china eggs In every nest. Give
the bird at all time eMotlent shell
preduetag material, such as crushed
oyster or clam shells and mca ecryl-
al grit. In case the habit Is con-
tracted scatter a number of hibta
eggs In the nests and on the floor.
ltow out the contents of several
esus through a small hole In one end
and fill with some disagreeable sub-
stance, snucob as a paste composed of
mustard, red pepper and powdered as-
satoetida, equal parts. If the fires
birds to contract the habit are not
too valuable It is best to kill them
If they are discovered In time.-Dr.
0. H. Olson in Industrious Hen.
10t 4W M*31 4U$ e'-
mwipton IM *Ipib..:
If YOU WANT
Pro of any kIdd, &W.-
V. u know your
-wanta, we MR VIl-your
requiremqnts tiad save you
time -aad mmsy.
NRth westru hiuuIgucy
Buildn,fMak-al-epinio i isse
y~4 ~VSI ..~
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Ti, -Wh r PIRe nmURa
The bper Bailey
s .aMi'...t on U.. Td.nak Offi
TIME TRIED AND
RAk YOUR- Lh
i a te Inst
S-l fta r Rtn- "ad Parftlc
G. Loper Baile
LM.. %. s*
, halith, FI.
Soft and Stiff
of Latest Vogue TS
Peters Brotoe ood and Sweet Orr
Look for Trade Mark on Crown and Label.
TheMost Healthful and Refreshing Drink.
The only authorized bottlers are
ftI Filfa Coca Cola Bottlinl[ CO
EDWARD KUMM1RR, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Sodd Waters.
Hanan, Ralston, B. & P. Kor-
rect Shape and W. L.
ACCOUNT INAUGURAL CIBBMONIES
Tickets on sale February 28th, March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, final limit to
reach original starting point not later than midnight, March lOth.
.r- Great Military Parade.
For further information, reservations, etc., call on nearest ticket
agent, or write .
A. W. FRITOT, Divisen Peesenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
W. J. CRAI, Passenger TrafM Manages, Wilmington, N. C.
T. C. WHITE, General Paseenger Agent.
Prom Distilled Water.
AK& @im wVu.moUIsvs Po*r ArYErTION.
We Sell It Under.This
We guarantee that these six pairs of This guarantee Is made with the dies
Roleproef sex or stockings will need tinot understanding that all the hose
no darning for six months. If they in each box must be worn by one per.
should, we agree to replace them by son only. Therefore each lot must con.
new ones,. upon surrender of the pur- slst of ene size.
chase ticket with the worn pair and
ene oeupon, provided they are return REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE
ed to us within six months from diat
of sele t6 the wearer. THEM.
Trunks and Bags.
Fearnside Clothing Co.
a pIPAT' u ~AsP~
Mall orders will have our very best and prompt can.
- -- -- -- -- --
I HI II
R. So Moone)
SuOcesso to W, C. Snow & Co.
Next door Kennerly
Stock of the San Mateo irlit OW
offers one of the very best opportune.
ties for profitable Investment to bw
found nla Florida. Write for partftulan
to San Mateo Fruit Co, gan *Matdo
ORANGES PAKED IN
YOUR OWN BRAND
25c to 50c
Extra per Box
The Jersey City
IS NOW READY TO RECEIVE OR-
V DERS for FUTURE DELIVERY. ITr
CUSTOMERS KNOW THEY WILL
RECEIVE PAIR AND
SBST QUALITY PAPER
SSoend for Samples and Prices.
THI JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO.,
SJERmSY CITY. N. .
'* IAM MATOM U@lf.
, s ineo Nters, oep d e ls kel
M blO olw, VeW. aOW T.
( HW 0To RHNT.
B*^-IP''R^^ 'mW*lf MI** **^
Many a woman drags a moat
salary along the street and ti
scolds her husband because he v
not turn up his trousers, sneers Judi
When Emerson poeets Poe la I
Elysian fields does he still speak
him as the "Jingle poet r asks t
Rhetorically speaking, declares t
New York American, the "high
law" sounds much better than t
Since epicurean arguments ha
come Into vogue, suggests the Was
Ington Star, the mikado might I
complimented by some assurance th
the Japanese persimmon is a favor
It's a bad business-that of sten
Ing land from a country, admits tb
Atlantic Constitution, but fencing I
the world and calling It your is coi
idered a big thing.
The Boston Transcript suggests
rhe gift to the Library of Congres
)f the Chinese Encyclopaedia, con
>lete in 5,000 volumes, will be
'reat aid to congressmen In their r(
It wold l6e a wise provision, urge
he Indiana0lis News, If a jury's ni
luittal of a prisoner charged wit
homicide could be accompanied h
he proviso that he forfeits his gut
The Chattanooga Times sayf "w
hall be bappy when the day of th
ypocrite shall pass." That isr to say
nf rs the Louisville Courier-Journa
rh-n we're inside %the pearly gates
ind the hypocrite is on the outside
It's the man who talks about th
ce cold baths he takes every morn
>r, cynically remarks the New Yorl
'ress, that thinks he sla being murd
red with draughts If anybody let
ome fresh air into the room.
A Connecticut scientist blandly re
larks that in two million years met
nd *women will have wheels instead
f feet for purposes of locomotion
hat's a far cry, components the Nev
ork Herald, but there is a strong
,spiclon that some folks already
voe wheels-but at the other en'
f their anatomy.
If there is anything In suggestion
nd we know there Is, asserts the
bristian Register, then the accounts
r crime, displayed, as they are, an
ur newspapers, must increase the
umber of criminals. One Indication
I this fact is the way in which
rimes of specific and peculiar kinds
have a run" for a time and then
Ex-Governor John C. Sheppard has
en telling the bar association of
>uth Oarolina that In his opinion
e effective, satisfactory administra-
M of. Justice would be greatly pro-
oted by permitting trial judges to
ml with the facts as well as the
w In, their charges to the Jurors,
d by doing away with the require-
mat that a jury's verdict must be
Pawing all. the wood by gasoline
line has Its offsets, thinks the Am-
lesan Oulttor. Many a boy learn-
perssts e and staying power
sdlas awr t.e so horse. Sat get
Ssawtg outit Just the sase. The
rid moves and there will always
plenty of work with"t trying
compete wla thers, teas or gas
WA 3. About 40 acres, *mne tlm
bet, 13 A, ftnoed and cultivated. BeeO
df about I rooms, barn, oto. witkaa i;u4
aMs of postoflfo and depot. A bar
@ala at $800.00. Terms f d.tlred.
No L. 40 area, house, bara, eto,
IT A. Cleared. fine farm land. 3 1-
sibos from postoflce. Good location
fer any one wanting to raise cattle
O sheep. Hoot two storieoo, 1x30,
with 14 two stores, 15xz2. PyT.
No. 4. 1,500 acres, river 3 aides. R.
R. one side, fence 1 mile. Would fine
k all. For cattle raach, cois4a't Ube
beat. Has. 1 million feet pine, 1 1-.2
million cypress, 6 million feet of ash.,
gnm, hickory, maple, magnolia, otc.
Good wharf, 8-room house and farmi
About 60 A. Under fence. The price.
5.00 An acre. If you mean business
iome and see this.
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din.
ig room and large living room, about
wo acres land recently set out In or.
ang trees, nicely situated In center
f town. Cottage furnished. For rent
r sale. Photo.
Stock for sale In a stock company
hat is growing oranges and grape.
rult. Started business five years
go and from 2 per cent paid the 1st
ear the stock paid 10 per cent the
th year. Shares are $100 each. Send
No. 85. Pineapple lands In Dade
)unty, on railroad. 6 acre lots, $30
er acre. If you want pineappjo land
r a pinery already la being, write
41. A pretty little grove with fine
location for house on river bank,
1,000. About 600 boxes fruit this
eason Wharf. on the property and
ew packing house.
A good hotel muan to put a little men-
y and lis time winters into a hotel
company to build and run $20,000 to
25,000 hotel. A man with less than
'eoys, ?bsruib and 5aNa
NOv* Gowe CIO"e Sp*g.10:Ogs
Is" pwlatha0*0.0. 0.0. 5:00m
avqa~ate boo* :0p
ne ued adlwrW
Mmlays, WINsly a'Iie
1x"" e ~ep.34
B. TOWNISND. Ast., JacksoneavUlle, A Ai, p
MR. J. W. MIUJB. 0Ge. Mur., Oreset Oty.
sas raa; ao ofee90ga
Woers of pure wa, fer ln onat
d Ao river woitho d m A s t C oft
piway rusaitg throuO e NsrtH.
No10. 0 20-room house. Cost over
p 00.00doto build. 35 Acres and.&
Do500 peach west ust planted. 30
punag orange trees. Born new root
ast year. Nice locatiUon; shelled
treet and sidewalk on f ront. Price
$8.500.00. A good opening for soae
one to makt expenses by taking
boarders while fruit trees ro comin#
into bearing. h10y terms. Photo.
Buy your ticket to BSa Matoo; see
What we have to offer. It costs loe
than to go farther south and then come
No. 14. BSading tft, l-o1o fet
for $14 oak. Sender plat.
We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18,000. Write a
about price you would want to peV
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
A Boston gentleman came down ton
December for his health, boat 10
acres of land for $600, had, t s oat
to oranges and grapeftrut; 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
rou Want a Hoie la Plorida. CM. to a Mats
and see what We Have to Offer. Your WU
nako a mistake If You Don't.
Real Estate Agency,
SAN MATBO. PLA.
BEACH & MILLER LINE.
If You Don't and What Vo(
Want Writo Us...0
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.
& "' a V
YOU WILL USE
WHY NOT NOW?
Manufactured in Jacksonville.-
Manufactured In Jacksonville,
S. W. ROWLEY.
COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
HBALTHY, high pine woods country. Convenient for side trip to St
Augustine and all East Coast points. Ocklawaha and St. Johns River steam.
ers stop at the wharf. GOOD HUNTING, some fishing; guides and dop
oa be had on short ZoUo
House is situated In 15-acre Orange grove, one block from Depot, 8-4
mile from River.
Rates: $10.00 per week; $2.00 Ppr day. For reservations write,
DR. E. E. BANKER;
Made from the Genuine Havana
Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.
e o -periment. They have been on the market for years
At all the great hotels of the East Coast.
At the Club House of the Florida Automobile Association
on DayteoasOrmond Beach.
On board the famous St. Johns @ tnd Ocklawaha River
By the Union News Company on the limited trains.
At all &lrst class Hotels, Clubs and Cafes.
The Florida Tyurlst knows and loves them well. Why
don't y u get acquainted?
For edveoleno of our mail order friends we put momeh
"r. best brands la ba f 15 cigars each and will deliver
Ses anywhere in the United 0 states at following prices:
9M of 11 Panetelas for 75 oents, retail prioe 10 centC,
** Purltanos for T6 cots. " 10 '
r * Club House $1.00 retail price 15 cents.
Invlnclbles $1.25 retail price 20 cents.
Imperials $1.50 retail price 0 cents.
| Every fatm should have some. qwe have the right
varieties, the right trees. They Growl They Beart
They are Gci: Qalit They are Good! They
are TRUE. to NAM qCatalog of PEACHES and
other Fruit, Nut and Ornamental Trees free.
,--TheGriffin Bros. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
en enonn e noe emeomeon
AIR LINE RAILWAY f
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern i
Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Washington,
2 Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
THREE ELIQANT TRAINS DAILY.
S Seaboard Florida Limited m
Seaboard Express s
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT U
The SBEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullman Vestibuled
Train, B Augustine and Jacksonville to New York via Richmond
and Washinston. Dining ear (a la carton service), Double Drawing
Room, Sleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. Leave St
AugustUoe 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonville 12:55 p. m. daily, Including O
F. For full information and sleeper reservations, call on any agent,
Seaboard, or write:
8. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
ARE THE VERY BEST 1ADE FOR
Citrus Fruits and All Crops.
THZY ARE AS OOD AS THE BEST MATERIALS AND MOST APPROV-
ED METHODS OF MANUFACTURE CAN MAKE THEM. WRITE POB
OUR BOOKLETS AND PRICE LIST.
SANDERS FERTILIZER CO.
OFFICE AND PFATORY ON VIADUCT,
Dwers la fortlUalg Mtal IllHUl hm f4 >ti OoM"
I AREI YOU A SUBSCRIBEInR?
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tie same of the est it othe TwoM
t is sot easy to nail dmn the snaL T. e I.e a eatsal 4o, ek
t W n oases so surely that every- ted with over 1,00 subserlb*et
e Ma apply It uniformly to all to theDoew. All the news of the
atof os-y. A little leeway tn p, from al parts of world
W r de4 lt at tid polat y makes ent out over t telOphone to o
a Wdtr os--Just ous of tinfhesub@rbL s. Thism nm
the of deroesee we ast.erctg nat Intei.
,Imething happened her e vtel trom 8 A.. M. untl mlnIgt.,
er day which illustrates very well The p a rp
tles olat: A barrel of molases r- ae te losl no Just a the
Tived at the monastery whieb so do In American cities, and ho ar
of r st te were told to t In trained to mue the hlhest dege of
We : ude were=told to is .
stead of up-ending the b1g barrel they, brevity and coseenmess Is wfitXng
bored ato the head as it lay on up their copy. This local ews is
the concrete floor. Had they stopped then apoved .by ths news editor, af.
had over the hole, stopplag the flow editors, each of them performing d&&
until a plug could be found. ties similar to what is done by cor.
Now this act, this simple, obvious responding members of our own news-
act of stopping the flow or waste of paper staffs. The news of these dnf-
molasses with his hand, was some. ferent departments, after the final ap-
thing quite beyond the mental cap-. proval of their editors, goes on to
city of any animal. Simple ad It the ne*s distributer.
was it hMowed reason, showed a con- This "news dlstributer" holds a po-
ception of quantity and waste, show- sition that had to be especially crar
ed resomue in the face of new and ated for the telephone newspaper. He
unexpected conditions. Although is the man who repeats, into a trans.
annals show all the IniUncts-and matter newly designed for the pur-
more-that we show, have all our pose, all of the news which Is heard
senses and more, have all the emo- by the subscribers at their end of"
tons of hate, fear, love, jealousy, the telephone circuits. He must have
etc., that we have, and can be train- a good "telephone voice," wtich wI!1
ed to do wonderful and complicated be heard with the greatest distinct-
things, yet not an animal in the world ness over the telephone circuit. There
wouid have had reasoning powers am at present three of these news
enough to save Its food supply by distributors on the Budapest paper,
sLmply bolding its pew on a hole and they take turns in announcing
thbmehb which it was escaping. the news.
Place a dozen lntelligeqt dogs in Delflnte kinds of news are sent out
a room with a slat floor and give at fixed times during the day. Far
them their supply of water once to example, from 8 to 8:30 A. M. a con.
two days In a tall, easily upset yes densed summary of the news that
see Th oe a sO am that they would ordinarily appears in our morning pa.
upset and so lose their water every pers is sent out. The mbsacriber may
time, or would they leam bore have his telephone located in the
they had perished of thirst. Placo dtatng room of his house, and a large
a piece of meat Just out of reach of mouthpteee, similar to a small phono-
a bun ry, chained-up dog. Place a graphic born attached to the recel-
hooked stick within his reach. Will ,er. Byisn this on a corner of
the dog take the stick in his mouth th ule the whole feOll may hear
and draw the meat to himself? Will the news repeated to it while at
he even turn around and haul the breaktst.
meat in rea o oa ht mouth with hM s Pinancil, news is sent out at 10,
hind foot? No, simply because any A. .,I n1:30 A. lM.and 8 P. M. Po.
of thee acts Intvolves a mental con- Uical news i Issued at :45 A M..
cepton. an s of a hat the jyoho. 1:8P.-'N. ad 8:165 P. Theatrical
logists call reason news is tssued at 11:15 A. M. and at
A friend told me a story of some-. :45 P. M. By following a schedule of
thing a dog did which he said was this sort, sabserbers may take up the
an act of reason. I replied by te telephone at the appropriate times
ing him of a weed, called the red to head what newo they are interest-
root, that grows onf our farm sod ed in, and many disregard it at oth.
what it did this summer. This red er times.
root begins to grow as soon it A summary of the news of the
rets warm in June. Last year the day is sent over the wires from 6
drought and the cultivator prevent, until 6:50 P. M., go that the man of
ed its growsm until the drought apd the household may receive It while
the ultivator *stopped in September he ist dressing for dinner. If thlero
Immedfttely thousands jof red rootsis important news to communicate
ease up, hic, Instead M vrow(at ary gmme during the day, a special
hst p l as is their habit of growth, t tlepo .
put out only one or two leaves and, The paper also has its advertlsng
S a Mtd stalk. Ordinarily the ld department, while receives "ads" to
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be read over the tlephooe bmtwee
the eow items at a rte eot ets
hbr ton semo04s.
. The cost of operating the newspa
per, after the preliminary ypeme of
the telephone Instaltio and a t" ao
.amusheave ben mos t, ts Isaa to be
les than five ootI per da por sub-
eriber..-Kanas City tar.
The ruor that a Roman Prince
Inteds to so4 U bada quuatty of
OGalio's letter has raised a store of
p.st -bs assolesUsl wora sad ia
tilseis Is1 lpri s -..
w =e nd Io la*pYu W4 -00 el a
~5a"W" hgesaw*" 49 &w.0
east pows shoulder high- those
l; t triM-* rmey wesooded-.
S to ripe a few meds, often oalhu-a
e4nd pWrt of what a red root ears,
aU -tnl or two of the ground. Now,
*" weeds reason th slanethe
e e w lte. it bI~ etebe.,
am moro time oW thMetr e*seto
07y 1Me. Wh 'Whe d say a weed
mer mgo? Tot this eat, not of ose
t. M~sRvIN 1tMs to js M asmu an
.,, y do& awild eel.
s IMI -4- 3wrarn j InVbe"rAt
I1K? T' 1 ; <
1^---p-,~' 1, ^*,^
All the Pretty New
Spring o Are
-v % T -1 -, blo m "1
This season's productions far
surpass any previous season la bea-
ty, and variety and we aro#imsad to
announce that we wfit have a that
is worth having at./
Beautiful new Poplins, In' plain
and fancy, Linens, Satin Reppe.
Piques, Madras, Fancy Wash Goods
and all the pretty new White Go*,
SILK SUITS, WASH SUITS and
many other new things now in,
Come and make your selection
We can save you money.
220-222-224 L1MO ST8.,
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