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Vol. 18. No. 22. SAN MATEO, FLA., MAR. 20, 1909. Pnbllshd WeIkly, $1.00 a Tw.
Sews of the Week
Local Weather Report.
Mar. 12,-Mil... 60), Max.... 84.
13,- .. 3. 4. # .. 83.
14,- . .52. .... 84.
15,- ... 49. ...0.
16,-- . 47. .. 67.
17,- 47. .... 65.
I,- ... 4U ...71.
Mrs. E. W. Clark returned
day from New Orleans.
Miss Louise McShane was shop-
ping in Palatka Friday.
Misses Hood and Swan made the
Ocklawaha trip last week.
Mr. Geo. Northrop and family left
Wednesday for Pennsylvania.
Mr., Mrs. and Miss Marion Bniley
were in the Gem City yesterday.
The Continental Hotel at Atlantic
Beach opens to-day for the season of
Mr. and Mrs. Ellery, Mrs. Row-
laud went down to Daytona Wed-
Mr. John Bond and family, of Pa-
latka, were in town Thursday calling
Dr. and Mrs. Kenyon, of Sciplo,
N. Y., arrived Wednesday and are
at the Byrlyn.
L. B. Bailey, Allen Holton and
Mrs. J. D. Gray were in the Gem
Mrs. M. W. Crosby entertained the
"young folks euchre club" at lunch-
eon last Thursday.
Capt. W. H. Harrison, of the
steamer "Hiawatha" has been
spending a week at his Citra home.
'OGrase Bowley, Mrs. T. J.
Wribt, Mrs. M. Solana Jr., united
wj ike Stesbyterlan ebureh last
The Times-Union says: "Mr. and
#Mrs. Roosevelt walked usa miles to
attend church last Sunday." That's
pothlug Apr Mrs. Roosevelt, for when
-ta 9lpted sia Mae* two or tbree
i se waked all over the
Snrather than ride in our ato-
I aad shem was dowu here tor
- tho 000
Some thousands of boxes of or-
anges and grapefruit still to go from
San Mateo and must of it is mighty
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Underhill and
daughter of Ossinning, N. Y., were
here Thursday for a short call on
Nr. and Mrs. Acker.
Mr. W. T. Carlrton, the famous
baritone singer, will give a concert
for the benefit of the County Hos-
pital, at the Howell Theater in Pa-
latka, Monday night, Mar. 22.
At the recent meeting of the Grand
Lodge of Knights of Pythias at Mi-
andi, Hon. S. J. Hilburn, of Palatka,
was elected from the floor to the sta-
tion of Grand Prelate. We under-
stand this is a feat that is rarely ac-
Supt. E. Ben Carter. of the F. E.
C. Ry., was here Tuesday. While
Mr. Carter has been with the East
Coast for some seventeen years this
was the first time he had driven
around San Mateo and seen the or-
C. S. Gowen and wife, of Crescent
came down last Saturday on their
yacht "Louise". They picked up a
party of fifteen and spent the day at
Palatka returning to San Mateo
where they spent Sunday with
friends making the trip home Sun-
The Byrlyn Place has had the best
season this year it lias ever had.
The house being more than full at
the present time. Next week will
see a good many start along north
and bouse will close on the 27th.
About half a dozen guests will seek
other quarters to flunish the season.
Perry has as big a dot on the map
as Jacksonville.-Perry Herald. Ah,
friend, but there's a difference in the
sise of the type the map-makers use
in printing the two names. Keep
your eye on the sioe of the type and
trl to grow up to the larger.-Times-
Good Lord, the Times-Union
should cast an eye at the sise of the
dot San Mateo has on the map at
bead of this paper. But then there
would be no use for Jacksonvills to
try to grow up to anything like that.
WANTED-SBoooUs MAoAsINJ re-
puires the services of a man in San
Mateo, Fla., to look after expiring
subseriptios and to secure new bus-
iness by means of special methods
equally eteoeie; position puerma.
meat; prefer ose w th expereiee, but
would em withUa h
lddrlaa Owt~ g < O0Pa
BOSTON, Mar. 18, 1909.
By Telegraph to The Item.
Moderate demand, Florida orange
best fruit selling $2.26 to $2.cA); grape-
fruit best counts and heavy fruit $2.50
OG RISHI BROS.
The Malsby Company, of Atlanta,
(ia., "Pioneers" in the Machinery
busIiness have an "ad' in this issue.
For more than a generation this
company has been pleasing ma-
chinery users with their line of
goods. Their best references are
their many thousands of perfectly
satisfied customers. Being both
manufacturers and dealers, they
have the largest and most complete
line of high grade Machinery and,
mill supplies in the South. They
have no branch house, but do all
their business from Atlanta, Ga.
We desire to call attention of Saw
Mill friends especially, and ma-
chinery users in general to Malsby
Company's advertisement, also their
new ad. to appear in the next issue.
DO YOU WANT TO GO TO COL-
LEGE? If so we can help you. We
have already put hundreds through
college by means of our plan. Write
to-day for full information regarding
our offer of free scholarship in any
school or college. Address, Robert
J. Sherlock 29-31 East 22d Street,
New York ,ity.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO THE
LEGISLATURKEOF THE STATE OF FOIR-
IDA POR THE VALIDATION OF RECENT
ELECTION HELD IN PUTNAM COUNTY
AUTHORIZING AN 18SL OF $190,000 OF
To All Whom It May Concern:
T AKE NOTICE THAT SIXTY (l00) DAYS
after the publication hereof, we the under-
signed citizens and County Commissioners of
Putmna County. State of Florida intend to ap)-
ply to the L gialsture of the State of Florida at
it. next session A. D. 19o0 for the enactment of a
law leglislng and validating the election had
and held In Puteam County, Florida, on ard
day of November As D. 0os, to determine
whether or not the bonds proposed in a restolu-
tion of the Board of County Commissioners of
Putlam county, Florida., as follows, to-wit:
The sum of one Hundred Thousand dollars for
Hard surfosd Highways, the sum of Forty-ave
Thoand 6dolarn for a bride over and across
the ft. Johs BRiver at Palaa Florida and the
suof TenThousand dollars for a Bridge over
ad aeros Dunn'a Oreek, a small bridge srous
maeslan Mll in Commissloners Ulstrie No. I.
sad other bridwe that may be necessary., aad
the am Tbirty-flve Thousand dollars for erect-
les toanty Courts house at Palatka, florida
sh be ssed, anod also to validate aid bond
ure sand each ever p therofaad to ap-
prove aaie a every boad $hat
bay bi under and by authority of said
40.. sad toe.M all feboe.a. sad IrregUlar.
that iay *zJ, t a naid eleetlom the oallini.
hol1 a ad anveassing of said election sad fu.
ly amipower ad autho te tne. edeaMoa
and Wale of said booem.
L. c. s5TPHUMN,
,>aiaia.rtori~s i 'riy i~^
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Notice is hereby given that Randall
Wells, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 604, dated 4th day of June, A.
)., 1894, has filed said certificate
in my office, and hIas made appHea-
tion for tax deed to Issue In accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam County,
SI4 o4f .1-4 of nwk of ne%,, Section
34, Township 11, Range 26-6 Acres.
The said land being assessed at
the (late of issuance of such certif-
icate in the name of J. C. L. Hoeger.
inleess said certificate shall be re- '
deIemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 5th day of
April, A. D., 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 28d (lay of February,
A. D., 1909. HENRY HUTOHINsON,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
fe26 Putnam County, Florida.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO
Notice is hereby given that Randall
Wells, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 723. dated 1st day of July, A.
I). 11)01 has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate eirbraces the
following described property situat-
ed in Putnam County, Florida,
E of sw.~' of nwj, Section 15,
Township 11, Range 26-20 Acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of issuance of such certif-
icate in the name of A. A. Knight.
Unless sa.d certificate shall be re-
depiemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 6th day of
April, A. D., 190U.
Witness my official signature and
ecal this the 24th day of February, A.
D. 1909. HENRY HuJTOHINSON,
[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.
.. 1 f
I 65 5 1u,
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lSTON S. C.
RLESTT ROIVER I Of LORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLES
, HIP US ORANGES, TANG ERINE AND GRAPEFRUIT. YOU
PIND IT'A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH US, BECAUSE
SARE RLIABLE AND WILL. TREAT YOU RIGHT.
S AST mAY. 1 *AND 2 ATLANTIC WHARF
EH LYON BR OTHES CO.,
330 Washington Street, New York,
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
98 PARK PLACE,
Rferences:-New York National Exchange Bank; Comer woAl Agencs;
315 NORTH FRONT ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ALL CITRUS FRUITS,
WRITE FOR STENCIL AND MARKET REPORT.
PINEAPPLES .. .. .. Established 1890. .. .. .. .. ORANGES.
TANGERINES. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ......... .. .. .. GRAPEFRUIT.
W. 11. STANTON &
PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY.
Wholesale Commission Merchants
852 NORTH FRONT STREET.
Ui TheArthur Courtin Co.
..References: Harry Jennings, Tibbals, Fla.; Saegar Bros., Ankona, Fla.; C.
A. Robinson, Eden, Fla.; E. A. Thomas, Deerfleld, Fla.; M. V. Williams,
Punta Gorda, Fla.; Consolidation National Bank, and all mercantile agen-
cles. ASK FOR STENCIL
85-87 FRONT ST.. NEW YORK.
Solicit Consignments of
Oranges and Grapefruit.
An experience ot
guarantees prompt and satisfactory returns
,tencil and Market Lelters on Application,
- -.1_ -
AoT IN TOUCH WITH US. WE HAVE EXCEl
yR HANDLING FANCY FROIT, VIGSTABLUI
WW MOR WIRE FOR MARKET.
WMMU I STAMP ON APPLICATION.
C ONHAi. W. APPEL CG0. LTD,
*^ft|A STREET. I
SBW ORLEANS, LA.
at bowi sad ,e~stabIes ane gth
Oda o rvioe MA dlow pruesetw otu
RSUBR STAMMS AND STENCILS
0I $so* Amd b
STAVP&0 SEAL COO.
' ,* _ *,.
to **^"*w ^..r.
rape Frulo, Ora I, npple, &,
J. P. 8AUER &CO
Produce and Commission Mrmhsats.
Headquatterlfor Ionda Fruits aSOd igtftUt .
i6 Ninth Avenue, 400 W. 14 st.
'.i--- :.~ II .--. I I-
~'`-' W ffm La~us 0 -v oamhdola Meibaswts ci USI
~sr "M IWes.Oft IWL Bulak*Sostms
Ww" s m e4Cl
FRUITS AND PRODUCIL
Wants Lettuce, Tomatoes, B
Peppers and Egg Plant.:
We are the largest Vegetable handlers in the Noe L
west. We want to make arrangements for
Llixed Car Lots Vegetables,
The CallendermVanderhoof Co,
4 f l
NO. 94 PARK PI.ACE, NEW YORK.
FLORIDA PINEAPPLES, QRAPEPRUIT, ORANGES AND VEGETABLES
wMt" POl STKNCIL.
Florida Fruits and Produce
V79 WASHINGTON STREET . . . NEW YORK.
SPEOIALTIES: Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit, Early Vegetables.
v r '
I E. EddV.
I O I,
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TAN.GERINE8,
Vegetables in Season.
Geo. B. Long & Co.,
149 Michigan Street. Buffalo. N. V.
WE HAVE BRANCH STORES AT ERIE, PA., AND OIL CITY, PA.
Florida Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.
If you wish to keep posted on
market prices in
Ask F. M. Leonard & Company
for their regular fruit quotations.
Car Lots of
Charleston, S. C.
NO SALE FOR GRAPEFRUIT.
CAN HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS TO GOOD
Sands, Furber 6 Co.,
FRUITS and PRODUCE
FANIUIL HA.LL MARKET, .
- Is .MMIDNm
ESTABLI SHED 1587.
PHILLIPS & SONS,
emb, lot- Netl -i Lma_- ;p 0imlelon IMoerehante of the United State
PLARIDA FRUIT AND PkODUCE OUA SPECIALTY NOW. IMPORT-
ERS AND EXPORTERS.
WUNSiS Olnths is661W 4Ite V N. V.1Aa NNtllel Baik, N.
Yo FMiM Tr 0 N. Y. SMd Vsm
*weNeNTRB, * * * NEW YOI,
.J J t 1
Largest car lot handlers In Ohicago. Members National League of Com-
mission Merchants, the best recommendation a house can have. Write
our Bank, National Produce Bank of Ohicago, about us. Ask any fruit
trade paper about us. Your interest a our ours. Got In touch with good,
M. GEORGE & COMPANY,
NO. N S0. WATER ST., CHICAGO, ILL
SHIP IT TO Established 18TI
E. B. REDFIELD & CO.
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,
Receiver of Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pinoapplos and all kinds of Southerm
References: Virst NaUonal Bank
of Tampa, Fla., The National Bank NO. 512 DOCK 8TRLIT
of Northern ULibertles, Phlladolphia;
Trb. A 0. Painter IertlUszer Com-
tbaa, Jacksonville, lFla.
WILLIAM H. OROCOTT, RepresentaUve.
Prompt Retuns. Quotations on Request.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSB IN WASHINGTON.
* .1 Wt&Wbl shed 1M1. .
W. 0. SHREV & SONS,
OTHER AND SOUTHERN FUIT PRODUE
.M SwtJ W. A W. 0C
g ives oal m simm t whether
>&HSIHHMI sg^ CMH- M hMtl W flN*S~,,
__ __ _
I I s t
restury reckons that about
million dollar's worth of ps-
mrency Is lost or destroyed in
Way or another In this country
year'-that is to say, either lost
ll time or else polled to such
t as to be Impossible of re-
The methods adopted for
money are as queer as they
I tWied. For example there was
f l a woa la Indfanapolls, not long
Iwho, in some 'way unexplained,
4 $10 worth of greenbacks mixed
W3 9 ih the vegetable "greens" which
0 he pi preparing for dinner. Tho
Ot s were boiled to an unrecoguiz-
Wle m s, and the Treasury at
Washington, to which they were sent
a the hope that they might be re-
i deeed, could do nothing with them,
being unable to recognize the ro-
S Imas. Then there was the unhappy
fthetr of a Philadelphia urchin, who
fOrwarded by mail a few strips of
Sreenish paper and a sore of little
pellets of the sanie material. Hle ex-
plained that they represented $20
bills, which his boy had torn to pieces,
., rolling them into balls and blowing
them through a glaps tube at the famn-
fly cat, the canary bird and the house.
ald. This was not such a hopeless
,i eae, and the loser got some of his
A resident of Rochester sent a
ass of pulp, which, he said, was
1WN. He had gone to bed with the
NmN In the breast picket of his
nI4 tlie for safe keeping. Next morn-
%1 he forgot about it and went off
S to business. Meanwhile his wife
mat the night shirt to the laundry,
frem which it was recovered after
beIaN for some time in a revolving
cylinder full of water, soap and a.;.
osted garments. On being examined
at Treasury those of the bills that
were la best condition were found
to be split, the faces separated from
the backs. Nevertheless, the whole
amount was Identified and redeemed.
S 9tr quite awhile a Brooklyn shoo.-
k Mper ramed Brendel was robbed by
Ia mysterious thief. Every night
cash amounting to from $1 to #6 was
milasing from his till. It was always
Shaper money that was taken; tbo
thief did not seem to care for sll-
S Var. A watch was set, but the
Sfstealitg went on just the same. One
4da a carpenter was hired to make
Same alterations. Incidentally to
knooking down a partition he came
W pon the robber's nest, which con.
S talked five young rats and the re-
mains of $60. Part of it wa re.
-A tamer, residing near Ogden, Is..
Oi e into town one day, stopped at
hotel. tied his horses and went
S* tto dinner, leaving his coat in the
0 qXnW When he came out he exam.
the coat and found six $6 bills
0* He accused a passer-by of
stoles the money. The passer-
4 led the charge. declaring that
bills had been eaten by a goat. Il~
out the goat and said that
pay the apoupt of loss it
ai not found In the anl.
gmah. It sas necessary, of
,,0 Ibt rlee the goat. but sure
_,atop sy disclosed the
Wat*'," whioh was forward.
T Taury. A stockman
a1is, ptold a bucb
$4: .He uIt the amountt
se m o. Later u s
^^^^^^^^^^^^*B '~ir ^ *^'^^r^^^*------Ll-f *a at famefthia, i
****----*H-^-a --IA t iw
ct 7. .
atE ft yiI a;f wtwas* il5soverd
ft the act of eating the money, of
whleh it had already swallowed all
but $210. The only way to recover
It ws to kill the calf, whereupon
the $200 extracted from the animal's
stonmfa was sent to Washington. All
cf It was redeemed.
When there is a railroad collision.
followed by fire, the express car .-'
not Infrequently destroyed, and with
It the express safe containing more
or less money. Such safes are not
fireproof. It Is customary In eases of
ihe kind to forward thnm bodily to
Washington, without opening them.
Of all such Instances on record the
worst was one In which a few years
ago a passenger train and a freight
train kvaded with coal tried to pasi
each other on the same track In a
tunnel in Kentucky. The experiment
was not successful, and the wreck-
ago with the help of the coal, burned
thirty hours, during which the tun-
nel was a literal furnace. In the ex-
press car of the passenger train was
a safe containing $1.600 of which
amount $700 was eventually redeem-
ed. The currency of United State
Is printed on a very superior and
tough quality of linen paper. When
burned it does not look like ordinary
burned paper but almost like burn-
ed linen cloth. R may be reduced
almost to literal ashes, and yet, as
above mzggeste.l. be not hopeless of
'moments of my 1Itte.7L^4O
pleasant moments of my life to mee
you here tonight. There Is a storY
of-of-a story-you will please P#I,
don me if I rend It as I can't TO
member Just now-that is-it may be
more-ah-fallacitous, or fellcltols.
I should say. to-nh-read It If you
will b-hear with me. 1-ah-did not
expect when I came here to-ah-to-
Thiin he rgt hs manuscript out of
his poclk't and read for fifty-seven
An Appreciation of the Late Ex.Presl-
dent Grover Cleveland.
The qualities which made Preal-
lent Clevelandl a powerful element in
the life of the rn.ti'n, one of our exe-
cutives of hilhhest accomplishment
and influence. have (been appreciated
more and more widely during his lat-,
er years,. andl wore generously ex-
pressed by oppoiints as well as by
allies on the occasion of his death.
In addition to this, there has been
a growing sense of the disintereste4-
ness of his character and of the deep
sincerity of his patriotism. He had
lived to see his own traits of Indus-
try in the public service, his frank-
ness, dauntless bravery and complete
inc orruptibility. b1)(come accepte,d
standards of c'o.:nparison as to politl-
cal aspirants ar.! public servants. To
s a of a m ilie man that he had some
THE "8SAMENESS' OF THE NILE. of the sturdy traits of Cleveland has
l" ong been a valued form of praise.
A Lovely Sameness of Golden Light The(n too, thra has been a genuine
and of Delicious Air. appreciation of the quiet dignity of
Some people talk of the "Fame* ,bearing, in .retirement, of one who
ness" of the Nile; and there is a love- was for years vh! country's only ex-
ly sameness of golden light, of de- President. The sorrow at his death
licious air. of people and of scenery. was sincere an. widespread, and was
For Egypt is after all mainly a great far from being confined to those who
river with strips on each side of cul- had been his political supporters; the
tivated land, flat, green, not very country was felt tA) have lost a great
varied. River, green plains, yellow conservative for'.-, a personality that
plains, pink, brown, steel-gray, -)r told for judgment teadfastness and
pale-yellow mountains, wall of shad- a profound tense of public duty. The
oof. wail of sakleh. Yes, I suppose impression of hlu character and ca-
there is a sameness, a sort of golden reer extended to -'reign nations, and
monotony, in this land pervaded with found expression in ihe tributes of the
light and pervaded with sound. A!- world.
ways there is light around you and To the circle o.- his personal
you are bathing in it, and nearly al- friends Mr. Cleveland stood for all the
ways, if you are living, as I was, great qualities from which grew his
on the water, there is a multitude of distinguished acts; but in private life
mingling sounds floating, floating to he was so different a Lnan from what
your ears. As there are two lines many imagined the st.rn, courageous
of green land, two lines of mouan statesman to be, that ile will probably
tains, following the course of thb be long before all the lineaments of
Nile, so are there two lines of volcw, his portrait will be familiar to his
that cease their calling and their fellow-countrymen. lo who could
singing only as you draw near to Nu stoutly resist private ap,-eal and pub-
bia. lie clamor, when duty aril conscience
For then, with the green land, they were involved, was one of whom it
fade away, these miles upon mile. might be said that he had a genius
of calling and singing brown men; for championship. The swvetness, the
and amber and ruddy sands creep gentleness, the tenderness, of a strong
downward to the Nile. And the air nature, are things that mu.-t be seen
seems subtly changing, and the light near to bw thoroughly understood,
perhaps growing a little harder. An 1 and, which thus seen, ,have a very
you are aware of other regions un- great and poignant attraction.
like those you are leaving, more Af- There is a distinct vacancy in our
riban, more savage, less suave, less like public life when a towering person-
a .dreaming. And especially the WA- ality such as ex-President's dis-
Idnce makes a great impression on appears from view, and generations
you. But before you enter this si- may pass before just such a figure
lence, between the amber and ruddy lomns again. But when a man like
walls that will lead you on to Nu- Grover Cleveland-the neighbor, the
bia and to the land of the crocodile, campanion, the friend-passes away,
you have a visit to pay. For here, there is a void in many hearts that
high up on a terrace, looking over a can never, in this life. be filled again.
great bend of the river, is Kom Omn-
boo. And Kom Ombos is the temple Ireland's Unstable Bog Land.
of the crocodile god.-From Robert The bog slide in county Galway,
Hiohens's "The Spell of Egypt" In which beginning after heavy rains on
the Century. Sunday has already nverwhelmai *h.
MRS. L M. TINNEY.
Mrs. E. M. Tinney, story writer,
825 E. Nueva St., San Antonio, Tex.,
"During 19011 suffered from nasal
catarrh, which various other rem-
edies failed to relieve.
"Six bottles of Peruna, which I
/ took, entirely cured me, the catarrh (
/ disappearing and never returning.
S"I therefore cheerfully recom-
Mrs. Ellen Nagle, 414 4th street, Green
Day, Wis., writes:
"I have often heard Peruna praised
and it is more widely known here than
any other medicine, but I never knew
what a splendid medicine it really was
until a few weeks ago when I caught
a bad cold which settled all over me.
"The doctor wanted to prescribe, but
I told him I was going to try Peruna
and sent for a bottle and tried it.
"I felt much better the next morning
and within five days I had not a trace
of any lameness or any cough.
"I consider It the finest cough rem.
PERUNA TABLETS :-Some people pre-
fer to take tablets, rather than to take
medicine in a fluid form. Such people
can obtain Peruna tablets, which repro-
sent the Fidid medicinal ingredients of
ASK YAUR DRUGGIST FOR A
FREE PERUNA ALMANAC.
village of Kilmore and threatens dis-
Have You Ever Heard Him? aster to a whole countryside, is un-
"Ladies and Tentlemen," he said, fortunately not a new experience for
exhibiting considerable nervousness, the sister Isle.
"If I had known that I was to bo Owingto the low levelof the Interior
called on tonight I should have tak- and the excessive rainfalls, huge
en the trouble to look up-ah-tha; areas are merely peat bogs, and one
is. I should have oIrtled myself such area, the bog of Allen, in King's
with-bh-as I have just said, If I County. and county Kildare, is over
ad been aware that I was to be 200,000 acres In extent. The wont
asked to addseaq you on this sus- bog slide of recent years hanpnnel
plcous ooa-I mean auspiietous o. during boxing night, 1896, when th
eaaen-I should have primed myself Knooknageeha bog, in county KrrL,
with fsts eoe i the subject gave way and sweeping everythl,
ha bee "sIg to me. I before it carried away a cottage a al
sage yu lma44a etlemm.s that k fmly of eight wosws, some*
is JAW $Ake at --i bedu v (
DOW vwnmu &l
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tOCATION, AT ACTIONTI, AoAN.
Information for the Visitor or HomN
San Mateo, Putnam Couaty, is alt
stated on th east bank of the St
oh s Rirer, and 0 ftet above it
The highest polt In Florida, east of
the St Johns river, which is one-haif
tlel wide at this point
rive miles from Palatht, our county
Joat, (city of 4,000), U miles from-
it. Augustine And about 76 miles
The terminus of a branch of the
Florida East Coast Railway. The de-
pdt being three-quarters of a anue
k from the river wharf.
Advantages and Attractions.
San Mateo has good shelled roads
and miles of hard sidewalks. Beauti-
ful wateroaks line both sides of
streets. and meet overhead in many
Two churches, public and private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order postoffice, three malls
dally, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
goods at your door, weekly paper..
The place is Incorporated, but no
town taxes have been collected for
over ten years; the many public Im-
provements are made by the push and
generosity of the citizens and pulling
together. The state and county taxes
are about 20 mills on about one-third
Good hunting and fishing, deer, taur
key, ducks and quail, black bats and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to tea dol-
lars per week; $3.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
the San Mateo Prult Company's grove
here last season.
One of the best advantages Sea
Mateo enjoys is transportation; being
on both river and rail is an advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. The
past season, for inWtaace, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than congested and fruit shlp,
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, In some oases,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
en route to northern markets, and
did not bring enough to pay freight,
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time, would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksonville
on the Clyde ship the next. This lit-
tle matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the Ban
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
will do well to bear In mind trans-
portation and cheap rates that come
with competition, In selecting a Flor-
The population Is about U0, who
came mostly from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive an4 sociable. Have a bet-
ter class of homes than oan be found
i' n any place in the south of its size.
The buildings kept painted and
grounds in good order.
On account of its high alUtude,
here Is no healthier spot nla lorida
for all the year roaiid or for the winl
toer visitors. For those who come to
Florida on account of health, many
ad this higher altitude, dry and
balmy air is better than the lower,
moro harsh air found in so' water
The principle business Is c1
Vowing. Some 400 r se la agQ
an here, and as this pros puit1
' a "is not much atons paId
SaiMN ,grow. fIr pasm s aam
The result of 17 years' experience as builder of HIOGHORADE FRU IT GRADERS. A perfect Grader, M a.
t operate, cannot bruise the fruit, cannot clog In the machine, lightest running and most up to date Maoihl
oe toe market Special Packing House Machinery built to order, Supplies, Equipment, Etc. Write me I
mythlng you want. Nothing too small to receive my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to of0M
Por prices and circulars write the Inventor and manufacturer.
EDW. N. MAULL, Palatka, Florida, U. 5. A.
cattle and hogs seem to be profit-
As an Instance for proilt'in ia t"go
orange grove, Mr. B. F. Dotney, from
less than seven acr.: i it sat;io,
bhlpped $6,200 worth of fruit.
The soil varies a rea''.t .deal from
high pine to low nadl high lhrmmock,
all within a mile. so that lands for
any purpose or crops can bo securdl
San Mateo can be reached trom
Jacksonville by Florld lEa t (o:i:.l
railway or I(.a
In this rpwer). The Clyde's St. Johis
river steamers arrive h-re about n,,
p. m. ao do not advise tli!: ro,;,,
Fare B. & It. line $1.25; rallriad $
Launch Rainbow lavcs PalanIa
every afternoon at 1.')). Lucas line (
steamers 2 30 p. m.. every day bui
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m
Tuesxiay, Tlhursdays and Saturdays,
rand threo trains d:lily on PF. E. C
raflway. Fare from Palatka 25 cents
any route. tf'
IT MIGHT PAY YOUI
TO SHIP YOUR
For stencils, stamps or any infor-
mation communicate with Orlando
oRce. Orlando. Flg.
One of the best houses to handl,
ihlpments qaf oranges and vegetables
Vrite them today. They are
HEWITT 4 COMPANY,
0 sut Camden St. I.altiwore. M,
A man sla not necessarily magnetic
Just because he picks up things.
w e -----e
FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES
Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.
WRITE FOR PRICES.
Your fruits and vegetables to the live liouse,
In the live market, on a live street;
Account saile'4 mid Clieiiv Dily.N StEoleils avid Stamips furnished on
Refei.31u(.9: mel.chi~ft5' Nationtil [a;Ituk1 hll iiiote ; Murchison Nation.
al Bank, NV'ilrinetoii, N. C.; New N'oir!- lI(;dme( Ext*hange.
W~ire) or write today for quotathi-wz: .X-iittH wanted.
Her Diagnosis Correct.I
ILoulse waii Juiht four yvai-is old wh~en
oil. dJay she vaniv to lt-iermothr itl-andUa M M -0IU S2 11J
.4afd, "Mot her dear, 'illSo mso neimiibi:' o ju
Her mother, hel leving thle (l'1ild V j- *waIJ~dxj jimi q jUujadpugGLUsI~UM
If..,iathiti ,wordli Sheohad hI'Iaidr Ud Smf' %#Ua 11 j 1[noij 14 J~dMjj p lwJjW
older person tsay, told hir ,to ruim (;I: J- AOh bian~uIza 4)put jqu.u
@A juL k ,( tj 1 p W Q ~QA U.G
and jplav--thiat she was too youn.--,Aij *x t ojqinul~iIa ulwUUj
to bo ner-VOUS. 1111t. I A)Iukl itsO i $ I d. *d#4UI 4bt
and1( her muothter fihually asked her )to%%$*zjtO~j. Xlt
It felt. to he nervous. to
She answeredl, dritwing her it 1110
shoulders up and clinichinlg hI 'r fl.
tight ly, -1 dcs foeel In a hurl) *lli ovel.
me. "-The Delineator.
He Needed Help.
IJltle Harry Mtartled his nurl : t!,
other night as he finished hbl: eve;nin
prayers by saying: "(iol b Ie,.i 1',ti-1
and mammu and Margaret l14d ut.
bouy; and-and -od, |pleiz.u mi. u
me ::trong like the big hear in liIt
park, 'cause I got to lick ('hamtll.
White In tho mornin'.- Tho Delln i.
The bert health food is plenty (if
W. A. WALTOQ/
LIVTY. FEED AND SALD
PIle saddle horse. AasW II0
beker roa. Mu 6t..
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----I is, L Coaur "molo so r' logja
out &- p I~vmIte. is Swtw bwl1i b so
Css~ 4rPalw aumrm...&. ,-
. A. Gerber
Fmltre ad House Furnishing Goods
&aiMft Qr imoe em Qiaea A. a&
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wow- row'. &VbW
We pomwdy m m"m 30 to
,j per ..mL so A peoI
reque i sA u wE to o m toha.
bpw r*e doA
.rSOP poywq ha by deal"
V and pas idy ps n ry vo Own6
wf me 0 IO&Y. and oin w a C o w va
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TriV~wmf7rGs ndit'on Powdem ,for C41USOP HGmins i ShO
511 ''. L'tLI rgC'U!NO ~OSOL ft 10G&ft gMSON1w
gk, is t --e&., u is ai~o specially tieoomininM4 W bW 16
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F-" mw-vuo~s ft back of Wi.
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Wh~n In Palatka don't Faul to Visit the Wonderland
ThImuv The MOVING PR.,TURE S3HOW of quality.
NUtir. ,bsq. of programse esb night.
Wholesale Fruit and Produce.
WVUMx FRUIT AMD V EOWTAI A *mUI A h.
Amm 4ft a U
WA8SONSTOU. & S
L 4v SOU rl FORSVTH ST.
Xiuf-'ur,.-:: of and ikalers in
Snr.L ou-. but we carry in Atlanta, Ga., a large and
-- : -. oilrs. saw mills, threshers, shingle machin-
S: l.-. kinds of wood working and other machin-
4 < : -a*w, belting. brass goods, pipe fittings and
'* .l ,up;Ili- aid mill and engine repairs.
f' i- aJ,!d ,jri,-s. We can save you money. Read our
' 4 C. : ,-' * -i.
Adnmlphfn wi .
EAST COAST BAMAIN HOUSE.
to. 7usSo. LNme Aug & m11111"
am Flodifs, do lW at me
W ~An~ FAND ANT....
3MLt CU 0 MX 3
Dry Goods, Shoes,
S SOMII.AUT ORANOIS CLIPPER
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go wo Vb mmli e @N.ii c*-"dwW o
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& DNKG OAa TUBIS.
M #6 ttat Wrinp a usliht
te *some mWilage and oast
ar "d Wo4m leak and
rfti 1 to I ites on either side,
ti teke strips of newspaper an
In* wide *ad wrap tightly, ma ling
ae It ls all stuck truly. This will
smt Yeou at leaet 4 honrs, thus giv-
ing you a sehame to remw it without
any fnonavenleaoe.-Boston Post.
A durable handbag for shoppers Is
made from cowhide lined with leath-
er and fitted with an extra purse.
ft comme i three asies. 10 inch, 11
Inh sad 12 Inches, at $8, $8.25 and
for business women or those who
are compelled to do much shopping
such a bag will be an excellent In-
vestment, as it wears splendidly.
The shopping bag of India goat,
closing with a drawstring, will also
give good service. These models cost
from $1 up.--New York Telegram.
ibi n het bwbe pr1ti
Sftw ans pt. a m attw
ahmlted fe1 modem tastes. It is
wit the t hope of filling this need
that the 4antern lamp *hade Is of.
The shade 4 adapted froTm the
lanterns made by the Japanese. Tholl
wonderful artisans carry their creed
of "beauty and strength united with
simplicity" Into the manufacture of
the most Insignifcant articles they
have. Some of their lanterns are
works of art. The rims, made of
teakwood, and the bamboo frames
covered with fine silks, are decorated
exquisitely by these Inimitable art.
Beef Omelet-This is a very nice
dish for the tea table, it makes sucb
a delicious relish and is also a
handy way to use up steak that is
a little tough. Chop fine 1 1-2
pounds of raw beef, add pepper, sa!t
and summer savory. 2 spoonfuls of
butter. Mix with 2 well 'beaten egge,
press into a pan and bake one hour.
When Z1eld cut in thin slices and
serve "ke tongue.
Luncheon Stars-Chop very fine 1
cup seeded raisins, rind of 1 lemon,
1-2 common cracker, rolled fine, 1 1-2
cups sugar, juice of 1 lemon, 1 ess
well beaten. Use rich pie crust cut
out with a star cookie cutter.-12 or
WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT BOTTI- more of them on six of them; put
ING. a tablespoon of the filling next, put
Dissolve a 5-cent cake of soap and on the covers and prick the tops
then add 3 tablespoonfuls of kero- with a fork. Glace over the top with
seae; put this mixture Into the tub milk, and bake about 15 minutes.
when you put your white clothes to Spanish Salad-Four large cucum-
soak Sunday, and every little while bers, one bunch celery, three large
pound them down. When you get Spanish onions, four tomatoes, two
up Monday morning the dirt is all heads of lettuce and three green pep-
out of them and ready to be rinaed pers form the basis of a popular
and then put boiling water over Spanish salad. Chop separately all
them and hang out. Save the soap these ingredients, mix together and
and kerosene water and put the dress with vinegar; lemon juice, olive
dirtiest of the colored clothes into oil and salt and pepper to taste.
It and let them soak a while, and Hermits--One and one-half cup
the dirt will come out with very lit- brown sugar, 1 cup butter, 1-2 teta-
tle rubbing. Just try this way of spoon soda dissolved In 2 tablespoons
doing your washing and I think you hot 'water, 3 eggs, a little nutmeg.
will be thoroughly convinced that pinch of salt, 1 1-2 cupi seeded raml-
this ais the best way.-Boston Post. ins floured, 1 teaspoon of cream of
.-- tartar, 1-4 cup buttermilk. Flour to
POR HOLDING SPOOLS. thicken so as to roll out and cut as
First get a small square pleoe of cookies.
board and fasten into Its centre eith- White Cookies-One cup butter, 2
er a piece of stiff wire or a round cups sugar, 3 eggs, 2 tablespoonfuls
stick. In either case it must stand boiling water, 1-2 teaspoonful soda, 1
upright. Two circular platforms are teaspoonful cream tartar. flavor. Mix
next needed. The bottoms of a but- stiff. Put in (ld place a while be-
ter box and strawberry box possibly fore rolling out. tRoll thin.
may be available. In the centre of Spanish String Beans-String an-d
each board bore a small hole and glue cut in small pieces three cupfu!.s
a spool there, the larger board to string beans. Chop a medium sized
have the larger spool. Wire nails' onion fine and fry in a tablespoon-
should be driven through the bottoms ful olive oil or lard. Add a half
of the boards, pointed ends up for can tomatoes; cook a little and seo-
use as spindles for the several spo o son with chill, peper, salt and a lit-
of thread. To the upper end of the tie sugar to counteract the acidity
empty spool on the top platform an of the tomato. Put in the beans and
emery cushion may be glued. Now toss and cook about fifteen minutes,
push the long wire or stick attached then add enough bol'ing water to al-
to the base up through the lower low the ,beans to boill. Cook until
platform and spool and then through the beans are tender and the water
the second platform and spool and boiled down.
cut it off at such a point that it wilU
no go quite up to the emery cushion. The Vanishing Rag Man.
You cam then get the kind of thread "Rags, bones, old iron!" Is a cry
needed when any mending Is to be not nearly so familiar to the children
done by merely twirling the boards.- of today as to those of the eighties.
For the ragman, like the chimney
JAPANBSB 8HADES ARE BEST. sweep and the sundial maker, Is he-
Even with the perfection attained coming extinct. His used to be a
of late years in other means for ar. profitable trade. The woollen rag.i
tflecial lighting, lamps still retain a he bought, turned into shoddy, brought
wide popularity. The sentimental thrice their cost. So did the bones,
charm that is attached to many which were ground up for fertilizer.
antique objects and customs is not go did the iron, which, when melted.
ne oely cause for the estimation in lived again. Many millionaire man u
wiISd lamps are held. re is a facturing families had their begin.
mobetantiat foun4stioa of usefulness nings in a long headed ragman. He
underlying the esthetie enjoyment of first ground his rags into shoddy.
the old style. An oecas0onal depen- Then he spun the shoddy into thread.
deace, itf modern methods suddenly Then. a full-fledged millman, he wove
1il, beeps the manufacture of lamps the thread into cloth. But the munlcl-
S a a permanent basis. With the ex- palities of today contract with single
epUtos of an open Ire, nothing Is na for the disposal of their peo.
cuh an Important factor In making ples' refuse, and the old ragman le
a omo cheerful and comfortiMe as dtsappearlng because there is so !lt-
S -epertey shaded lights. The shop Use left for hhn. For-and this is the
N a -a-lle sorts of bisarre lUmp great secret-while the ragman made
4 wa made of every conceivable ma. a grand profit on what he bought.
aI?, ,lwt U M frtivelos spag It was OR the refuse give hbi that
gig y l bather etched with e really thiwe.
Oedu is a purely vegetable extracts a sin
Don-intoxicating remedy, recommended to gils
Women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irreguIaA
falling feeling, nervousness, weakness and
other form of sokne, peculiar to female.
.w - - -
It Will Help You
Brs. 0. 0Beaver, of Tnicoi, Route o. I, M
bleton, Tenn., writes: "I suffered with bea
down pains, feet swelled, pain in right side, h
pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation, and-
troubles I cannot mention, but I took Wine of aCa
and have found it the best medicine I ever
for female troubles." Try Cardui.
AT ALLDR DRUG 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,
ALMOI LErILIo q
Asrtesys at L~v
Naftenal S@a* EulMIng, Palakam,
JOHN 4L MARS WL&,
AUeRsey A& Law*
tint obeeto pslaats. M& range
groves for "14Le
-.t W. H. ROSIN6RD#~
Office. eyes'the Ken norfp
Aftny at Law
From Vres% PALdAXHAv
National Sank bi ln
DR. H . iTU,
enrage ulAm Rooms I am
DR. W. H. OYRUS.
PbvelWee and surgwgo
Maybe man thinks when he has
matered the art of lylng ho'll have
a better ohanoe of being an angel.
flerryday & Walton,
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
I'tllatkn, Nat. Bank flldg.
Attorney at LAft
0of* I Court House. PFHata, 1H
J. N. BLACKWELL,
O.oe Front Street, Opposite Ptuutm
Raw Fur, Hides, Wool,
Tallow, Beeswax, Beef,
Ship the above to:-
M. Sabel & Sons,
1856. LOUISVILLE, KY.
"Over halt a Century in Louisville."
WE ARE DEALERS IN ABOVE, not
commission merchants. Reference :
Any bank hi Louisville.
Write for weekly price list
MISS KATE L. LUCAS,
MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,
Notions. Ladlis', Mwssne' and Chil-
dren's Winter IUndrwear.
Ladles' Kid and Bilk Gloves.
Laces, Embroidery, Collars, Be:ts,
Experienced Trimmer and delsf*Br
employed. Prices right. Satst otios
.1* adKWtslas an due
s af1setas o eoouth
) I f *. * **$1.0
N Itg Nsrewdfte anw atm
is taU letlsM of the oAtn
m4t wmiO pl n ots tsao It I s
as f Maple apy.
SI Nads will oblie us whoe
Hi e40 tt- ad t la thist
I f tew WUl afte that they saw
avwieemeat tn The San Mats
h This i little trouble and *etse
but it helps ua, and is ,'
mtnaame wuted by the adverteaw.
qA am s theo poMtodha at ma I ma
S tl a., -oeeonIsd-ca mgt uat*
THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
Fernandina people have been arous-
ed to enthusiasm over the proposed
hard road between that city and Jack.
) wsonville, and now the county commis-
sioners of Duval are giving serious
S attention to the subject.
'"Stbreeze would like to see the
4larendon rebuilt, -but is not willing
S lo pay such a price for a new hotel
S a the closing of a great avenue to
the sea involves. Seabreeze wants
aIt barrier to the sea breezes nor to
the ess to the seashore of her cit-
A statement of the exports and Im-
ports through Port Inglis fur the year
i ag December 31, 1908, shows that
S.. the hard rock phosphate shipped
In' that year 190,709 tons of the total
of T09,190 tons went from Port Inglils,
... Sbth was surpassed only by Fernan-
4at, with its 193,148 tons. That
quite a large amount of business was
x transacted last year at the port at
the mouth of the Withlacoochee river
I8 made evident by tle total of ex-
ports, $2,479,217, of which $44.291 was
the value of domestic shipments. The
lamports for the year amounted to
0' 0.20. The total commerce of
Port lungls from September 25, 1902,
to the end of last year was #12,552,-
454.45 in value. The vessels and the
craft in the trade of the Withlacoo-
ohee river Include 37 steamers, tugs
and launches, 11 seagoing barges and
I sailing vessels, which establishes.
Its rank as an Important stream for
Although the shipping season has
S hardly begun yt, the vegetable busi-
W e over the Slorlda railroads is al-
ready quite up to the capacity ot
their respective freight services to
care for it. Besides this, the tourist
"' travel Is the heaviest in the" history
ot Florida. All that spells prosperity
for the state.
he gislant Florida, which will be
one of the two biggest battleships lan
the American navy-her sister ship,
e rUtah, being the other-will cost
H N ,WO b. That's about as much as
nId1 by the United Sates for
whole territory of Florida, less
*ipety years ago, but it would
M smity *mall fraction of the
of the state now.
Is ^m atter of pride that Florida
e than 17.000,000 of the
a Uons of turpentlae,
the output for 1906 of that
th aval atorm industry
oeoutryr, ad nearly ,.
i total of 4,00000
Ito ro w .ora' s sup"grm-gj 3 l
That Inaugural Day blizard CIae
la time to remind many northern Appropriatto F' IW r aI 1
tourists of the advisability of remain-
Itg in Florlda a few weeks longer. M--HwbO ,_--.-
Key West business men are consid- V TO ADE AT
ring the organizations of a law andL MauL
order league to aid the police in the
enforcement of the state and city Twenty-Four Foot Channel in St. JOs
laws. River From Jacksonville to the Sea
It is explained that the policy of re- Now Assured.
treachment being followed by the -
Hilllsborough school board was forced Jacksonville, Fla.--Captain George
upon It by circumstances. It is to R. Spalding, engineer in charge of
be regretted that contingencies should this district of the United States en-
arise which compel the disturbance of gineering corps, with headquarters, in
the school system in the midst of a Jacksonville, has received official in-
term by the consolidation of schools formation from Washington that an
and the discharge of experienced appropriation of $367,000 had been au-
teachers, who had won the esteem thorized and is available for the im-
and affection of their pupils, but provement and maintenance of riv-
theri seems to be no remedy in this ers and harbors in Florida.
case. All the schools of the state are The amounts allotted to the varl-
more or less affected by the sudden ous sections of the state are as fol-
withdrawal of Income owing to the lows: St. Johns river, from Jackson-
unconstitutionality of an act of the ville to the ocean $30,000; Tampa
legislature, which act had led boards Bay $20,000; Hillsboro Bay and Hills-
of education to go further than they boro River, $10,000; for operating
would have done otherwise. dredges Florida and Suwannee and
The appeal of the state board of for maintaining following improve-
health made through its organ, Flor- ments: Orange Riier, Charlotte Har-
Ida Health Notes, is one which de- bor, Caloosahatchee River, Sarasota
serves the attention of the people of Bay, Manatee River, Anclote, Crystal
the state. The board has done the and Suwannee Rivers, Volusia Bar,
state an immeasurable amount of Oklawaha and Indian Rivers, $37,000.
good In stamping out yellow fever and Captain Spalding is also in receipt
In partly eradicating other forms of of a copy of an act from Washington
malarious disease until Florida is no entitled, "An Act to provide for the
longer regarded as an unhealthy repair, maintenance and preservation
state. It has never been adequately of public works on rivers and har
supported by the legislature in its bors, and for other purposes," appro-
unselfish work for the general good priation for which has been made
and all it asks is that the legislature and will be immediately available up-
enable it to carry out its plans freely. on, after the surveys have been
Rverv Floridian should second Ithe ef. made.
forts of the board by laboring with
representatives ad senators to induce
a more friendly attitude toward the
guardians of the public "heatlh.
They are making roads of sawdust,
mixed with earth, on a new plan in
Leon county. Two ridges of eaith
are thrown up with a roa4 machir.
at the required width fr9m each other
and the space between is filled in with
a six-inch bed of sawdust. This is
followed with a smaller machine
which plows up and mixes the earth
with the sawdust. This makes a load-
bed on which the tires of the heavi-
est loaded vehicles make no impres-
sion. The contractor, has kept an ac-
erkate account of expetIes in connec-
tion with this section bf sawdust-and-
earth road and says the cost aggre-
gates $297 a mile, showing it to be
about the cheapest road material in
"The Dumping Ground for the Leg-
islature" Is what Commissioner McLin
says he would call bis department,
instead of Department of Agriculture,
if he were asked to give it a name.
Considering the heterogeneous nature
of the business referred to that de-
partment by the legislature, the
change of.name would be Justifiable.
Near Death in Big Pond.
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years a
severe lung trouble gave me intense
syfferag," she writes, "and several
tim es nearly caused my death. All
ismqdies failed and doctors said I
was Itaurable. Then Dr. King's New
Discovery brought quick relief and a
cure so permanent that I have not
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"As an asset, Florida's climate is
worth more than Pennsylvania's coal
and iron; the latter, naturally, will
be exhausted sooner or later; the
former will continue to the end of
time," so spoke Richard H. Kdmonds,
editor of te Manufacturers' Record,
who is a prominent visitor to Flor-
CA&OR I A
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The secretary of war has author-
ized preliminary examinations and
surveys to be made at the localities
In Florida named below, and a suf-
ficient sum to pay the cost will be
allotted from the amount appropriat-
ed in the bill.
Saint Augustine harbor, with a
view to constructing the necessary
sea walls and also to provide a
channel sixteen feet deep and 300
feet wide from the city of St. Augus-
tine to the ocean.
Mosquito Inlet to New Smyrna.
Kissimmee river, from Kissimmee.
to Lake Ukechobee.
Indian river, from Fort Pierce tc
Suwannee river, from White
Springs to the Gulf of Mexico.
St. Johns river, from Jacksonville
to the ocean, with a view to obtain-
Ing a depth of thirty feet.
Channel from Apalachicola river to
St. Andrews bay.
Manatee river, with a view to se-
curing a depth of thirteen feet from
the mouth to Palmetto and Braden-
town, and thence such depth to El-
lenton and Rye as commerce may
Hillsborough bay, from the 24-foot
contour in the bay through the pres.
ent 20-fout channel to the head of the
estuary in the direction of Ybor City,
thence from the mouth of said es-
tuary through said bay, as near the
eastern shore thereof as practicable,
to the western end of Hookers Point,
and thence through the channel re-
cently constructed by the Tampa
Northern Railway Company to said
Sarasota bay, from Tampa bay to
Venice, thence through Caseys Pass
to Lemon Bay and thence Gasparilla
Pine Island Sound, from Wulfert
bulkhead to Blind Pass, thence along
the western side of said sound to
New River, Dade county, Florida,
with a view to securing a depth of
20 feet of water at the cut-off near
the mouth, with jetties to protect the
The narrows, Santa Rosa Sound,
Florida, for a channel of six feet,
and Saint Marys river.
The Lurid Glow of Doom
was seen in the rod face, hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams,
of Henrietta. Pa. His awful plight
from ecsema had, for five years, defied
all remedies and baffled the best doc-
tors. who said the poisoned bloo4
had arected his lungs and nothing
could iw him. "But," writes his
mother, "seven bottles of electric Bit-
ters Omplet*ly cured him." For Brup.
ttes,.mmm, Melt Rhe aum, ores ad
aw tsso npe, Osly sm ,
SBosttt l m i1 will be
aMply tariff bill
whkc Atter being
co0aitderad at the dpela session of
congress, is th' gratiting Intelli.
geuce.- brought home by teprdaenma
tive 8. M. SBparkia. Mr. Sparkman
Is espeelally. ~ItU*h st the prospect
of an adwvdne in the duty on vege.
tables, which means that the Cuban
competition will be lessened and that
the truck growers of this section of
the state will have a 8ood market
for their produce. ,
While he does not believe that
there will be any radical change in
the tariff, Mr. Sparkman says he te.
lives, from the information he has
received, that there will be many
changes. These changes, however,
will not be on the schedules of rev-
enue affecting 'naterially Florida and
South Florida. The cigar and tobac-
co schedules, he says, will probably
remain the same. He gains this in-
formation from. conversing with rep-
resentatives of the several large to-
bacco concerns who were present at
the capital, and froip his fellow rep-
resentatives who were interested in
the tariff on these commodities.
While Mr. Sparkman is not in a
position to speak positively on the
various schedules affecting Florida
and South Florida commerce, he is
in possession of a sufficient amount
of information to say that there will
be no change in the tobacco and su
gar schedule or in the citrus fruit
schedule. There will be a change, he
believes, in the vegetable schedule, as
this is an item on which a hard
fight has been made. The lumber.
men, he says, are hopeful that there
will .be no reduction,' -'
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restored to its normal condition, hear-
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cases out of ten are caused by Ca-
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of a change from the present unsat-
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an effort will be made to have the
legislature amend the charter of the
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Ei.RBERT R OK, P
- -1- womw
.- -.I .t- 1f
I |te taUvo toogue. "Tae
*I a 60W" **e said. "I will wa"
'they hesl taed ad *e leam tmeb
i t angrily. '*an you not see that he
i has bes wounded-and for *me!"
a. o ertied.
14 dream and
avtJenue of rest
0 s never known,
S HIIs great moerty
d and heals His own.
th foes are round about,
must ceaseless be,
Sad they are put to rout,
at, they will flee.
t bid at last to come and share
unity's aolm sweep,
With the ages, drop all care
4eOt--4o sleep-to sleep.
less, glad surrender there
soul lies bare and prone.
Washed and bleached as glitter-
mountain summits blown.
.eep, the self-fulfllling prayer.
Thxe answer freely given,
i sweetly blow thy piny winds
S rom off the hill. of heav(-n!
He goes to sleep? IT" gKoes to God.
Then o eerly hid him ip'.,d.
We goes to meet the Fovcrrlrn1 Power.
The balm for all our nee!.
Who comes from sleep he corues from
0 welcome him with grace!
eS h from the all-rtstoring hands.
The Light Is on his face.
Instantly they obeyed and swung
him along carefully, Patricia following
with a quick, graceful movement, so
foreign to the mtUve of AMtlos.
Bruce Stockton stood upon the
deck of an African coaster looking
down upon Patricia. He had known
for nearly a month thpt ee loved this
little brown maid he had found on
the western coast of Africa. and his
love knew no regrets, although he was
a descendant of one of the oldest
families of England, and his mother
revelled In the motto of their credit
"Patricia." he said. gravely, "would
you be glad If I should remain here
She looked up at (him quickly.
"Why would you do*that?" she aikod,
auletly, but the eloquent flash of her
dark eyes told him all that he wish.
ad *o know.
"Because, Patricia," he answered,
"I want you for my wife and I would
not take you from the land you love."
Slowly Ehe turned to him, "Thon
do you not love England?" she asked
a little breathleasty.
He winced. "Yes, Patricia, and I
love my mother. But I fear, dean',
that you could not be happy there."
She looked at him with a puzzled
frown. "Why?" she asked.
Wn.a it possible that she did Iot
realize the great gulf which lay be-
"I don't know as I can explain," he
said, gently, "but to those whom bho.
does not love, my mother in a proud,
tern ot r r les, bat, didM d i
be! She aresred bfself Qiek
and said: 4'h"S 7W tlff mutt
have been the DaIsef teat whO Wt
to Africa ,I a misslaryr
"Yes," answered Patriela. "And my
mother was Princess MasMll of Italy.
I only speak of It beIase I thoIght
perhaps yoe might have known her.
I do not tak ueg quite ndUrstoo
all about me before." And she turns
ed to her bust and with a dasUng lit
tie smlle.-Poston Post
Fake Prophet, Long Age Dead,
Though His Followers Deny it.
The alleged bogus burial of the
Duke of Portland as Druce makes
one think of John Wroe. He died
in Collingwood, Melbourne, Febru-
ary 5, 1868, aged 81, and yet some
fanatics appear to believe that he is
stlH alive, Inasmuch as he is report-
ed to bave said he would never die.
Johanna Southoott died In 1814 aged
64. Her followers believed she would
give birth to the eslsiah, says the
Imperial Review. Sir doctors testi-
fied that they would believe she was
about to become a mother if she was
young enough. A silvered cradle
costing 200 was prepared for the
infant and 100 more was spent in
gold spoons, pap boats and what not.
Wroe was her principal follower.
With her sect as a nucleus he form.
ed the Christlan Israelltes. He
preached his doctrines for nearly half
a century throughout Britain, Eu-
rope, Amnerica and Australia.
A follower named Stanley gave
him 9,500 with which a temple was
"So am I." retorted Patricia. Then built at Ashton, England. Afterward
she glanced at him searchingly. "You it became a theatre. Yet Wroe nev-
think she would not wish you to er succeeded anywhere so well as
marry me," she added with a slight in Melbourne. His foHowers here
IW eg.s,,ni-id_.tg c raising of her eyebrows. Again sh,
_I held up her hand and looked at it for a
long time. "You mean. dear." Hhe sali
at last, holding it close to his face
"that she would mind-this? Aul
lie had grown very white. "Don't!"
"And you do not?" she persisted.
ais llI do not," he answered, steadily.
"You love hne enough for that.
I BBS .he- -S5 SS ?? even that. Then take me with you
Merra Leone lay steaming in the full to England and your mother shall
noon-day heat, it was breathless, In. love me, too."
tense, suffocating; but Patricia glor- Poor little Patricia. Ills heart was
led In it. To her, Africa was not sinking with a groat dread.
an isolated, hostile, fever-infestei "I cannot take you there, dear," he
M country, but just home. She hal
made its wrongs her own, and with
all its unnamed horrors it was still
the land of 'her birth.
She hummed a gay tune as tho
two black men strode along swinging
her gently in her silk hammock, and
watched through half-closed lids the
splashes of sunlight that played daz-
allagly upon the white stone-work 9o
S th barraoks. There was a group
o so 4rs and tourists standing
40 %t" dor, and Patricia lowered
as Ae met the glances
bent upon her.
eUtful some of these Af-
even If they are black!"
-of the soldiers, looking' in-
tly an English tourist strode
hl right arm shot out ani
ler fell upon the hot pave-
Imp c am of leather and
bent her head in acknowl
as the two servants bore
onward. The hot blood
h and her eyes flash-
SM e held up her brown
W lanr of the sunlight
L t th .ghtfumolly. o
-spaed. "Poor, old
S~~ ther steps
As *w imr.
said. "I must not."
The word cut him as a lash. lie
drew her gently to him and his eyes
dwelt upon her pityingly.
"No, not that, Patricia. I was
thinking only of you."
"T0hen we will go," she said with'
a quiet dignity.
As the carriage stopped Stockton
laid his hand upon 'is wife's arm with
a reassuring pressure. "Be brave,
dear!" he whispered.
"I am not afraid, Bruce," said Pa-
L'Vcla, quietly. She looked about her
a trifle curiously as they entered the
great hall and turned with a suiln
as the draperies parted and his moth-
er came towards them.
Stockton gave a little gasp as Pi-
tricia turned and laid her hands up-
on his nbther's shoulders. She
looked steadily into her eyes.
"You are going to love ame?" she
Mrs. Stockton returned the look,
searchingly. "My dear," she said at
last with a twinkle in her yes, "I *
think, without doubt, that I sall love
you very much." There was a ring of
sincerity In her tone and as she
turned to him, Stockton drew a deep
"1 wonder," said Patricia a few mo-
meats later, t you know my grand,
moer, the Duheees of Went?" She
sIeV wite st the all"t10t little
drwl. .-and Insealu y saeka sm od
to tr sta sa looe Ia owt
a ee st 4sn
'SS~r- iSMWW^ 4w *R,^
subscribed and bought him a man-
sion-Melbourne House -in Wake-
No portrait was ever taken of
him, as be forbade portraiture. He
is described as an exaggerated like-
ness of Gen. Booth, with hook nose,
fiery eyes and shaggy hair and beard.
Tho Christian Israelites are also
called Wroeltes and Beardles. The
sect is still (prosperous In Melbourne.
Visiting its church, a handsome
bluestone place in FItzroy, on a re-
cent Sunday evening we found what
was described as an unusually small
attendance-ebout forty ladies and
twenty gentlemen. Twenty-eight of
the ladies were in white straw bon--
nets. The younger ones had them
coquettishly trimmed with feathers
and they enclosed pretty faces too.
We thought of Carlyle's saying when
Queen Victoria came to the throne,
"Poor girl! At an age when she can
hardly be trusted to buy her own
An outcome of the Wroeltes was
the Fidierites. Whenr Wroe died
James Fisher, charcoal burner of
NunawadinL eight malles from Mel-
bourne, them In the wild bush, tried
to obtain the sumoession. Palling this
he made a secession. He founded
the urach of the Firsthorn and obh
trained 120 followers, with an astound-
ing comelnation of Wroelam, Mormon-
lam, 8pirituUsm and Freemasonry.
Houses Built of Meerseheum.
The town of Valleoas, la Spain, Is
almost entirely built of meersohaum.
Vatecas has on Its outskirt great
quarries of a meerschaum too coarse
for pipe making, and a meerechaum-
built town Is the result-an Ivory-
white town that oshnes ia n- Span-
tak sun. .Io Mrocco iern MI tois
so plentiful that the use It, when
soft ad fresh, for map. It gives
a plentitful and cleansing later,
Bdisew~, to Asia Mier. euppi is
the world's meereha oa There are
3.00 liea, tag and sail ter
and A** Km4 amd Psmats seer'
scheaum mines work day aed might
.s t, The .* ,hai. me.
aha &-^BB flsi |B-|i'
which Is t hwere .i ..M of
boats. At a e M eo'., te rtver op-
poitoe te d bir t erem a sltes down
tbich the desmls a M s1 tt vstors
to the bri e tIMo the river
anid ewm aores. A yof a tSgmaat.
making the trip for the first UIMe.
trumpeted a~m ly when hs trappiMa
were stripped feo lm preparatory
to this sw but seeing other ele-
phants earosa Mthe stream head of
him he lunged tn mmd followed.
When the reached the opposite
beak, however, he swerved around
and swam back again. The mahout
sought to force .hs a around Own$
but whibout riult, and 'whes within
a yard or two 6f the bank the ele.
phant, after trumpeting again, pluag
ed down into e river. Just in the
nick of -tie the mahout was rae.
cued bt means of a lonI mamboo, but
the elephant was drowned, to all ap.
peareace by hisble own *elberate act.
Another Sign ef the Times.
Vernacular papers are aglow over
the starting of a new spinning and
weaving industry at Talngyuen, In
the Kwangtung province of China.
Some time ago a few gentlemen of
Tsingyuen clubbed together and sent
forth youths to study the spinnnag
and weaving industriea-presumably
in Japan-that they might learn and
become familiar with the craft. Thesd
young men having learned the work,
returned to their native place'. The
gentry, headed, by Chan Sul-ying, then
formed themselves Into a company
and sought and obtained pormIssio
from the offctale to start factories In
Tsingyuen city. They have already
begun work on a small scale, and are
able to weave woolen dloth, as well
as drills, and sundry other kinds of
materials nworn by the Chinese. It
Is reported that the work Is well done
ami that there Is a good market for
the commodtes In Oanton and oth-
or places In the delta.-London and
Big Fish Catch.
With the advent of cold weather the
height of the fishing season of 1908
-09 has passed on the Illinois Riv-
er and over 9,000,000 pounded, or to
be exact. 4,650 tons of fresh water
fish have been contributed to the
markets of the United States In the
fifteen weeks since September 1.
The figures have been compiled front
actual shipments. They represent
the entire production, of Athe IInols
River from Henry to Orafton sa
inouhde the shipments from every reo
ognlsed fish market alon the banks.
Carp and buffalo weighing from three
to twenty-flve pounds make up this
amount, with the carp cn'atitutl'g
fully two-tthirds of the shipments.--
Peoria correspondence MinaMpols
School That Turns Out Heroes.
Wednesday was a high dy at 3toIr
pearas it mIllt be called a saints
day too. lhs ever baore ae seboel
seat 1,400 of it sons to fit tot
their country in ae wirt Bas evw
school had 1I0 of them kMled In ths
same warT Ion is uasI Thee
are other great schools, but UNsa
starde on Its own place. Critlte'e
Rton as you may; dow all It bauttU:
It Ib zton satt. now may te~ast
many of the plmvewiM slhrtoeolno
t 20966 ; e- ay It ,We
seats peulity their td4MMt vuiP
ag-_ .. a"_ e_ -' eetew.
There e mor sa" 180 tndia Um
her auwfetrs tn teo UsM
t eo na m lma I U
min" Is a ll INS,
Thlad the ledo Blake: In view
of the high oest f living, this would
be a good time to test the efficacy of
gettlafg p tre the table hungry.
At fo;ty a man may regret that he
married. At stxty, muses the Paris
ligaro, a bachelor regrets bitterly
that be did not take a wife.
The reason a girl wants to get mar-
lied and go
home If she
A man will believe it's
hard luok even when he is
Jail for stealing, observes
The more indignant a man can get
over the bad morals a play w1uld ex-
pose his family to, asserts the Nw
York Press, the more he will go to
The manufacture of paper out of
okra offers Interesting possibilities .
and as far as we are concerned,
chirps the Atlanta Journal, that is
about the only thing that okra would
be good for.
Testimony in the government's suit
against the American Sugar Hlining
Cou pany suggests to the New York
Press, that, with a properly rlged set
of scales, rebates are superfluous.
Very often a bad man find. a loop-
hole in a good law, but the pood min.a
seeking a loophole In a bad law, con-
testes the Philadelphia Ledger, gen-
erally "is up against it."
flre Government is appropriatinP
largp sums for the testing of struc-
tural material for the benefit of
builders and contractors. When will
It make endurance tests of texli'e
fabrics for the enlightenment 'of
weary mothers? asks tho Boston
"Il It any wonder that the Amert-
can exporter so frequently fails," as s '
Mr. Holt of the Tangier consulate-
general, "when he sends sewing n i-
hines to the other end of the wor.J l
With a rag wrapped around them, or
sends breakfast foods in a pastoboardi
cartoon to the Red Sea?"
One eminent scientist puts the maxi-
mum age of the earth at 100,000,0.0
years; another at 15,000,000. lit
then, objects the Pittsburg Dispat'. h.
after you have passed the first hun-
dred millions a little matter of 11,-
900,000,000 more is not hard to swal-
There is good reason for ur;,iig leg
1l.61tlo to restrain the traffic in
cocaine, morphine and other crazing
drug, observes the Pittsburg Ds-
S path. Many good people are ob-
sessed by the idea' that alcoholic bev-
Oeraga should be prohibited. Lut th(
U harm of the drug habits.
Mrs. Carrie Nation has been a di-
iapp iment to the English nation.
h*e Nev York Herald learns that sho
fts distinctly failed to live up to her
WI~taton as a saloon smasher, ac-
qalred by long and assiduous service
it sW United States. It is a good
4aStay 0on her thirst for noto-
t h0At she should be hopeless of
-h il %i h magistrates because she
. ,l 7i^ 0o of them that she
s aw Id as aw recetly
L5.m-5 atsimb6Ua, and it.
sled the minds of the natives with
wonder and awe. The car carried the
mails, hitherto borne on camels'
backs, from Alop!)o. a distance of C25
i !es, In i xty hoiirs. This
the New Yorvl Tribune. iut whien I
is romenib red ihait lth ro a.lts are
routh rca 'I l tr:;k l. i ti tl ,ii :h
tho drop sands of tlhO Syri mT ., sort
and the stony plains of M. isoot: tinia,
the journey at the rate of little mor-
than ten miles an hour appears cr.-.lt.
MUST NOT I)TS'PINC1T ANT
11 A )S ..
Pointed advice to wOIlvl( of mlan'.'.
dlegrees is c'ontainled Inl a little vol.
unie an E'nglishnman hmh; jil:,t piih~l,;vi.
ed. H ere aro wor,'.s of counsel
the average vwi% TI' ~t('v f1
wife im t he oneC wh ') 5 .1 PAIC to T"'
Ferve ferninine I)p.rf4 ('1ion am fa~r .&;
In her 1lies mid i to put off t he hoi r
of lsnhntr tltilE' 04'iv who a
1)r(,( ia.ttEg Ithe f;I(-t it j.; ;I fair Tier
dir-leult Tflitt r t,.) k'"t hi')'herIlmsbl)~l
al vwcc'(thc(art tludn it wa4 to trauii'
fo'rmi a sweet h''ait. int'l a 1 isbajid. If
a wonian hais to live, withi a illa? for
tho r st (if lher uattui' ii xi:;t4'n'
surely it is all the ill cc' reasoii whr
she shioulil set to14) wonlit,) mahe h-r-
se~ l O'f ('133 m'rmuuiny at I ore ;l.'ao'
in~gto him than tn anymiv(Iv i'1c: 't
It Is vverY im portauit to heri hapti.
ness thlat sh- hlowid outlhine aA
o)the'r 'wom 'niit i'm11l; ('evv'. I I -rs i .
I ho greatf-:It giln in ti1 1 1 ru'4~pec?.
Wlwh~t -,VE tl ll(-l'-t i 'il a !IrluImse''
lie -B1bject"' to 1'"thatlI that (if se''im'..
I lui; v. ift. 'e:u ;' vm' o iunvrt,-4rblY wPt
every (Al:i-r i', v-ium'nlie, iv'~(t s? 1'.
See hIitr (Io!,,,.' I amnd firunv. ev'.
11: Sti('ityN ; to u II' iel iou' il l.
Shattered by a it cit 'ii(it heri houise-
hold dilisastcrs: i~l1 it v'an Iheworse.'!
_New York P1rcsi.4
Superior Health of Negro Children.
An examination of thr school c!;i!
dren of .Jfferson ('it\. Mo,.. tal- -n
by the school authorities;, resulted 'n
,dis(cloin: that the1 ro'corded prc-ent-
..,ge of ne'-'ro chillr.on w+ho suff. r from
pain in the e''es or ears is unIqesio-
tirnably too hi;h. f .r w(e discovered ,
that th,.el- < .;Ir'.n. too'ki a puc('ullar
pride in having a a litany v "symi)wtoms"
as pos;il; a' In i 'liith t ;;i:iny of th mn
scI('1!('Id to ,on.-il,> r smir' yesq a slain of
inten lectual -1 ''ow.':-s. \V ,n h ,tl ee tw.-
it, s ar exc:l,, I, a ')1ipariso-n of
the two racf, ih'iows .1, :;rlv the so -
perior 1p'. .-ic ;rd:tion of tho ;'.
S-ro (!Ji'..ljr'. I c'd. n ally we notr) d
that t he i 'gro .,;' l.rri n lad h) far
the be tte'r tth PI'.-ych .lgica(il Clin-
Ic. - ---
Camel Ste,, s $1.25 a Pound.
Th'r l:ates.t fvo'il 1, 1 ( ;aiey in l'a.r i,
or at least whAtt i\ c
(Halli is. l *meharis.' wtre ue v r- E i'dR114
a number of thlnei were st, for
T'lhe prices as, ke f,,r lhe meat rang-
ed from :35 cnts a iound'li for inferior
li.('e s to $1.25. a po!unI for the uni'l i
(tit alund the huTip. Tlie meat is sald
to be as tough a:i g;illy bo, bu# :
the Parla3lin t eiar,'1ces f),'o.- Iatlonsl
In thO food lin', a;1 wI as in evcry-
thIlnlg ele. I' ii 'Iar Me. 'han tl .
At the Boarding House.
"You spIK'' too latt"-as the board-
er sail wh'en he heard I a chirping as
he swa'lowed a hard-boile'd egg.-
Au tralla 11no. contains more unex-
p!ored territory In proportion to Its
size than any other e(.tlnent.
up to the denomination of
been Issued by the govern-
The microbe popiP)O Of
ounce picco t(aI
The Kind You lHave Always Bought, and which has bef
In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature S
S-and has been mrle under his pgo
sonal supervislon since its InaMa
Allow no ono to dcceive you In thb.
All Counterfeits Imitations and "Just-as-grood" are bu
Experiments that trifle with anid endanger the health Eo
Infauts and Children-Expcrienceo ng;aint Exporianta
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harniless mubstituto for Castor Oil, PaM
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. IU is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opiumn, Morphine inor other Nlarotid
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Woei
and allays Feverishnuess. It cures DiarrhoumE and Wind
Colic. IL relieves Teething Troubles, cures CoistipatloI
and Flatulency. It assimilate the Food, regIlates the
Stomach annd I owels, giving healthy and natural sle.p
The Childr~n's lanaucca-Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Boars the Signature of
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30
eTN OIMTAUR sOMPaNV. Vt MUmtAV OTEoCT. 9%W VOMK CTWv.
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY,
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 77.
Effective January 8, 1909
1 i -- .-.. w -
No. 99 No. 85 NN. i3 No. 29 MNAI IN No.74 7J No. 86 No.
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*Dually except Sunday. Trains do not stop at Stullori, at %hlfh no time I shown.
Leave East EAST I'ALATKA TO Arrive
Palatka PALATKA 'alatka
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6 Su am ............No. *.4 Dully ......... 6 to ami
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...... No. 47 Daily.......... 4 05 am
........ %'#. 49 lnuily ........ 7 10 am
......... NO. 51 Daily .........9 U5 am
..........\0. 03 Dully ..........11 60 am
........No. 1.5 Daily....... 3 20 pm
........ No.1,7 Dally ......... 06 pm
...... No. r9 Daily...... 11 40 pm
..... No. 1 y ...... 40
SAN MATELO BRANCH
Leave Eastj EAST PALATKA To !Arrive Sait' lea' t(o'SaisSAN !IlA'1 1I:1)TO) FAST [ArriroeUSI
Palatka ( SAN 3fAT'1LO 1111u ho Mamt(() AI-ATKA. Psalkata
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" 7 Cl
B l A BANK AC-
I eason Is long pass-
time to get down to
had think of your bank book.
U time of year to save
will not need new
the spring, and if you
will bring the bank ac-
at an amazing place.
ue lprised to find the
V things you can do with-
time you deny yourself
il is a delightful thing.
i6 $lr1 Ibe so proud to know
i llness or misfortune
Mrui ". will not have
are ngated to be married
Stoney, and you will not
i sband a penniless bride.
I rlyr saivngs to your fiance,
te Ty other man. If you lend
y. you in turn may have to
J d tio you see you really
tight to lend. The refusal
d 1s not a sign of stinginess.
Surely a proof of wisdom. And
BR~y case, the man who would
OtW money from a self-supporting.
0tep was easy. They entered the pro-
fesslons of medicine, of law. of archi-
tecture. They Invaded newspaper of-
flees and business offices; and there
are now strong signs that they are
invading politics, though It is prob-
able that they are taking their fem-
ininity with them, according to the'
evidence of Mrs. Cobden Sanderson,
who told in a speech at Cooper Union
that the first remark made by one
of her devoted band, after she had
twen hustled into the Black Maria,
was the immortal "Is my hit on
straight?" As long as women still
care for the proper tilt of their mill-
inery, you may awatch a suffragette
and find Eve.
NOT ALLOWED TO SMOKE.
The recent decree of M. Caillaux,
the Minister of Finance, by 'which a
traveller can only introduce into
France ten cigars or twenty cigar-
ettes, or forty grammes of tobacco,
whichever he prefers, has, as might
i have been expected, aroused a great
deal of comment. But the passage
which has caused most surprise 1.4
that which forbids women and chil-
dren to carry any fdom of tobacco
at all. That children should be for-
,AIs not worth wasting your, Ibidden to carry tobacco for the bene-
ied monef on. fit of their elders is all well and
akie'a habit of putting aside a good. but why women should be for.
|B i U nO matter how small, every 'bidden to carry cigarettes when so
.It k. It is hard to give up the pret- many of them smoke is not so easily
ty trifles that every girl loves, but understood. In some cities in Amer!-
I tfar harder to be poor and d&- ca women are not allowed to smok,'
t on the charity of others in in public, but there is no such re-
V O old age. striction in France, where women d J
py cent you save now will benq- as they like in this matter, an4l
In the year to come. Even often smoke in the trains. No doubt
IO amarry it will be better to w M. Calllaux's only idea was to pro-
a little nest egg of your own. tect the revenue, but he runs the
Syou do not marry it is im. great dancer of b3ing considered
00tT" that you have a llttli prudish, which means ridicule and
saved up. I know many un- loss of authority. It is openly said
Women who live with rela- in France that if M. Caillaux wants
Sa4 the ones who are happi- to improve the sales of the regle he
W e those who 'are able to p97 should insist on tho tobacco being
r own. way. made up without any admixture of
IM The time to save money is now, saltpetre, which renders it bitter and
t W*le you are young anl strong. unpalatable. If he would do so it
SGrely you do not want to work all would be a great boon to English
Syear life? If you save now you smokers, who, being accustomed .to
S pt when you are old and tired. the best tobacco in the world, find
ese Is no sadder sight than a worn- the French cigars and cigarettes very
I. a who is old, tired and poor. unpleasant smoking. hut it is rath-
It Is very nice to have a good time er hard not to allow women to intro.
: ad spend all that you earn on fun duce even twenty cigarettes of some
and Jretty things, but never forget decent tobacco.-London Globe.
that Jard times may come. You may
S e 111 and earn nothing for a time. PIONEER CHAUFFEUR.
The money may not come in, but the The Irish lady who has adopted th
4. MNlls mist be paid just the same. name 'IMls 'Sheila O'Neill" and b,-.
Have a care for the rainy day and come the pioneer in London of a new
lve- your pennies in view of it. Be- occupation for women, appeared in
i your bank account this very the streets recently for the first tinm'
|.44y, If you have none, and if you as a professional chauffeur, driving
Sive one, begin adding to it regular- a green' 12 horse-power car with a
r f M11 you can.-New Haven Regis- cape hood. which 'bore on the bonnet
.'.f 'a doll policeman as mascot. "Miss
Shella QlNelll," who has been trained
ffI' U WOMAN OF THE DAY. and brought out by Mr. A. R. Mills,
I the changes wrought by electric- proprietor of a motor garage in Lit-
are stupendous, the change tle James street, W. C., is the daugh-
t about aby the new occupa- ter of a military officer. Before she
and alms of women are scarce- took up motor driving she was a
IM mso, s ys a writer in Appelton's. nurse on the staff of a London hos-
the last twenty-five years-an pital. She also served for two years
H ihlnslsgly short period for so as a nurse in the South African war
#a development-women emerg- and wen' through the siege of lAdy-
*Lm the home, from the old con- smith. She obtained both the Queen'a
narrowness of splnsterho4)d and the King's medals, and Intends
inaWrtaln conditions of de- to wear Ahem on her motoring coat.
whether happy or unhappy, Her travels also include extensive ex-
iltered almost every field of ac- cursions through India. She is one
me.esaered to men. They doe- of the best women rifle shots in the
hgt higher education, and ob- country, and has won many prise, In
a so that In less than a son- open competitions. Interviewed atry
is 1heard-of thin became her first day a a oh&auffer, "Miss
Somber, intense O'Nelll," who Is a tall and handsome,
sevetles Made It girl of about 2U, wit lIght-brokn
AM ert eM or "anX half. sMid: "I begma at 10 this morin.
/4 U to estar eol- Il, and have had a b6uy day. The
Spicture e were very greasy, but I bad no
sell.,"O M I.' I 'u already waSed for ase
M 9Ue en abort tslly far to take oet
moeor drift ts a aet sible one
Is every wMy for women."-Ldead
WOMAN AND BR WAIST INE.
After enduring the discomfort of a
girdle almost under her arms for a
lone time, women is lengthening her
waist again. The waist line has crept
down little by little until now one
notices a thought of absurdity Ia the
true Bmplre @own, and the real post.
,tion of the line to defined best by
the Directory. It Is to be expected
ftMhlon, soon or late, will go to the
other extreme. Waists of great
length will have a brief vogue fol-
lowing which the position of the belt
will return to normal, or something
like t. It is pretty certain the deep-
ly pointed court, or Valois, corsage
will vahish with the extremely long
waist. Few points connected with
woman's dress are of more import-
/ance than the position of the waist
line. -It can make or mar the grace
of the figure. When it is too high
it produces the stilted effect abhorred
by portrait painters; If It is too low
It can make an Ahprodite look duck-
legged. Apparently the ordinary
gown4builder has more difficulty in
solving the problem of placing the
waist line than in achieving any oth-
er detail in the making of a frock.
Pity 'tis the average woman doesn't
devote more thought to her own ap-
pearance in that respect.-New York
AT BERLIN UNIVERSITY.
The latest recruit to the 707 women
now studying in the University of
Berlin is Miss Li Tsu Zung, the youth-
ful daughter of a physician of Shang-
hal.. She has the distinction of being
the first Oriental woman to enter the
university, and her admittance was
secured *by special recommendation
from the Chinese Ambassador.
She is described as 17, with pleas-
ant manners and deep black hair, and
thoroughly Chinese in type. She
dresses as a European and speaks
German fairly well. She proposes to
devote her attention largely to Eng-
lish and German literature.-New
There seems to be a fad for odd
and rather elaborate work and party
bags this season.
Taupe and lead color and all grays
on this order are considered very
fashionable. They combine beautiful-
ly with the soft old shades of rose,
blue, etc., of fashion.
The new shade "ananas" would be
called by some flesh color. It par-
takes of 'both a delicate yellow and a
A simple, but strikingly pretty,
hair adornment is to wear a white
satin ribbon through the puffs of the
hair across the front of the head, pull-
ing it out so as to make little loops.
A new sat l glace has a shot ef-
fect that is pretty.
A linen watch fob embroldered to
match the suit is one of the novel-
ties that appeared late in the season
and will probably run again next
Ribbed velvets are shown, and
some of the newest velvets have print-
ed borders of barre stalpes, the
-bands being of graduated widths.
Irish lace Is so .very much liked that
it is being used In every possible
way-where the pooket*book pernmtn
Its free use. The latest is on the
dining table as doilies. I
The dancing skirt of the young
woman, Imrely touches the floor, but
appears as If It did.
Barred dimity rules with embroid-.
ered sealloped or lace-trimmed edges
ad bits of eyeet embroidery are
daity (or iee uderwear; some prv.
for these mur e to entire *armat
Sery m eimt rs re
Ash.. i. a .. : *, j
for your EAL ESTATE or
BUSINESS; no matter
where located. Ifyou de.
sire to sell send us de-
soription and price.
IF YOU WANT
Property of any kind, any-
where, let us know your
wants, we can fill your
requirements and save you
time and money.
Nerthwestru BDsltess Ateucy,
Dept. so, Bank of Commerce
Building, Minneapoli, Minnesota.
HOT AND COLD
Plant Wood's Seeds
Garden 6 Farm.
Their yea n inibusiness, with
a steadily neressng trade every
year-un tii we have to-day one
of the largest businesses in seeds
in this country-is the best of
evidence as to
S'k Superior Quality
of Wood's Seeds.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes SeedOats
Cow Pea, Sola Beand
al Farm &Seed.
the iowt viuii d a-TlwS
GarMe and farm and Stal i
mailed bee a quaet.
TI M.Maasa fta&.
.. ta ^*^.rf-
IS1f, J. Walst S aMtarf Sety. a ThO.
r WVoui PIRB INSURANCE With
Tit.G. Loper Bailey Comp'y
- OMpet lastop e Ulom Tlegraph Offik, Plaitba, Fla.
TIME TRIED AND
teIEc nioa lle cnon Co.
a- I h-l or Rt- and Partlculars.
G. Loper Bailey, Mgr.
i . '/*.
Soft and Stiff
of Latest Vogue
Peters Brotherhood and Sweet Orr
Look for Trade Mark on Crown and Label.
The Most Healthful and Refreshing Drink.
The only authorized bottlers are
Tlhe Paatia Coca Cola RBottll[ Co
EDWARD KUMMER, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.
Hanan, Ralston, B. & P. Kor-
rect Shape and W. L.
ACCOUNT INAUGURAL CEREMONIES
Tickets on sale February 28th, March lest, 2nd and 8rd, final limit to
reach original starting point not later than midnight, March luth.
Great Military Parade.
For further information, reservations, etc., call on nearest ticket
agent, or write
A. W. FRITOT, Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
W. J. CRAIG, Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington, N. C.
T. C. WHITE, General Pasp enger Agent.
S PURE ICE
oFm w ed. Wer. raMA
P l- ,
We Sell It Under This
We guarantee that these six pairs of
Holeproof sox or stockings will need
no darning for six months. If they
should, we agree to replace them by
new ones, upon surrender of the pur.
chase ticket with the worn pair and
one coupon, provided they are returnr
ed to us within six months freo date
of sale to the wearer.
This guarantee Is made with the diW.
tinct understanding that all the hoes
in each box must be worn by one per.
son only. Therefore each lot must e o.
sist of eno size.
REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE
Trunks and Bags.
Fearnside Clothing Co.
Fear0Side Clothing Co.
Mal *or wlh bave pur wry best andpromtj
* 4 ....
f '< '^**l. '.
- -; i..
I4AVt 1,R P1FL
:mMtef W aflaow & Co.
0. ~Nest door Kennerly.
'.- ltre t Hardware Cao
*tek at the anG Mateo rrult Co.
'+ sl one of the very best opportunl-
1. for Irefltable investment to bu
I a lbrida. Write for particulars
matee Fruit Co, San Mateo,
RGN PACK ID IN
S A RS BEARING
SU+1R OWN BRAND
25c to 50c
I 6xtra per Box
SThe Jersey City
5 1I NOW READY TO RECEIVE OR.
R Ld far FUTURE DELIVERY. IT'S
OU 'WOMERS KNOW THEY WILL
EROIIVE FAIR AND
D W6L COUNT;
e iING DESIGNS.
S d06 for Samples and Prices.
.RY CITY PRINTING CO..
4JRSEY CITY, N. J.
TH1 TEMPLE OP BOIU.
A P e m In WhiA to W tp ASr*
I g to the Oletate0 of YV4 6P t
Mdfu, io its solem i beauty, I Its
perfection of form. seenm to Str to
pass Into a region altogether beyond
identification with the worship of any
special deity, with parttoular attr-
buttes, perhaps with particular limita-
tions: one who can be graven upon
walls, and upon arhlitravev lad pil.
lars painted in brilliant colors; one
'who can perEonally pursue a crim-
inal. like some policeman In the
street: even one who can rise upon
the world In the visible glory of th,
sun. To me. Edfu must always rep.
resent the world-worship of 'the Hid-
den One": not Amun, god of the
dead. fused with Ra, with Aman. or
with Khmnm; ,but that other "Hid-
flen One," who Is god of the happy
hunting ground of savages with whom
the Buddhist strives to merge his
strange serenity of soul, who is
adored in the "Ioly Places" by the
Moslem, and lifted mystically above
the heads of kneeling Catholles in
cathedrals dim with incense, and mar.
rily praised with the banjo and the
trumpet in the streets of black Eng-
lish cities; who Is asked for chil-
dren by longing women, and for new
dolls by lisping labes; whom the
atheist denies in the day, and fears
in the darkness of night; who is on
the lips alike of priest and blas-
phemer, and in the soul of all human
Edfu is the temple of 'the Hi.-
den One." It Is not pagan: it is not
Christian; it Is a place In which to
worship according to the dictates of
Do you rare about form? Here
you will find it in absolute perfec-
tion. Edfu la the consecration of
form. In proportion it Is supreme
above all other Egyption temples. Its
enauty of form is like a music. Its
design affeorts one like the chlseled
lovelino.s of a perfect sonnet. Whilo
the world lasts no architect can arisa
ness, more serene with a just serenity.
Or ro it seems to me. I think of the
most lovely buildings I know In Bu-
rope-of the Alhnmbar Ait Granada, of
the ('a)>ell:a Pa"atinra In the palace
at Palermo. And Fdfu I place with
them-Ed'fnu utterly different from
them. more different perhaps even
than they are from each other, but
akin to them, as all great beauty is
mysteriously alin. I have spent
morning after morning in the Alham-
*ra, and many and many aq hour in
the (appelli Palatina, and never have
I been w ary of either or longed to
go away. And this same sweet de-
sire to ctay came over rme in Edfu.
The Loulla was tied up by the high
bank of the Nile. The sailors were
glad to rest. There was no steamer
sounding its hideous siren to call me
to its crowded deck. So I yielded
to my desire and for long I stayed
at Edfu. And when at last I loft
it I said to *myself. "This is a su-
preme thing," and I knew that with-
in me shad suddenly developed the
curious passion for buildings that
some people never feel and that oth-
ers feel ever growing and growing.
Act Like a Fool.
A man was considered a general
Ignoramus by the concern for which
he formerly worked. He came into
our employ when we were obliged
to take him on account of scarcity
It was not long. however, before he
discovered that tCo firm appreciated
suggestions. He proved a genius in
his line and his ideas were worth a
goo4 many dollars to us. I asked him
one day why he did not present some
of these Ideas to his former em.
ployers, and his reply makes the
*ITey treated me like a ,W*"
said he, "a I acted lik o t."-frm
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be,' 13 A* feaceilad & oil~valm. f
at a&Wet S incas, barseta, # tik alm41
UmilsOf, I069ft S depot. A bS,
gads at $m..40. Tcitiis1 detSwd
A S. '. A Wi ft6 Urk t.,
I1 A. Clerid". 0 M land, 31 4
ibs from postomice. Go locNttiC
or sTy ome wanting to raise cittle
o tb. use, t t 6fts i i .
Wtl U Io 0er4%, 3tSM Ptie*
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No. 4. ,500 acres, river 2 side, IL
R. one side, fence 1 mile. Would thflu
Small. Por caUtt6 such. cowidn't be
bat. RaM t lilon set p in, 1 14
million cypress, 6 million ftet of asla,
gum, hickory, mapl4, mptAbli, etc.
Qood wharf, 8-room house and farm
About 60 A. Under fence. The pno*
$1.00 an aere. If you mftn bustuess
dme and me eths.
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
ing room and large Hlring room, about
two acres land recently set out in or-
ang3 trees, nicely situated In center
of town. Cottage furnhihed. For rent
or sale. Photo.
Stock for sale In a stock company
that is growing oranges and grape
fruit. Started business five years
ago and from 2 per cent paid the let
year the stock paid 10 per cent the
4th year. Shares are $100 each. Send
No. 85. Plineap;le lands la Dade
county, on railroad. ao i lot4, 20O
per acre. If you want piatMppJe land
or a pinery already la bearing, write
41. A pretty little grove with fine
location for house on river bank,
$3,000. About 500 boxes fruit this
season. Wharf on the property and
new packing house.
A good hotel man to put a little mon-
ey and his time winters into a hotel
company to build and run $80,000 to
$25,000 hotel. A man with less than
*6,000seedsit. wIe. kaiuulp
30 acres al bst b
ho. %4% r4 smftabcows
e1. rm; n* otertheft ei
6640 %"v ?-. wd e %bv A
NOs. 10L 20-1020 6MLOt o
Wft- f tft36"Mi-
kA yoe aLNit anIOCsremnI$be*"
$re d prlauweueonsfrote. ra
431-0. A g 0-oom b.. ft t ete,
P.on* to mVkitt os aby ts l
Oua.66 wOru frgStik.Erees e w u~a
ult0 b~arttig. SWAY terms. Photo.
Buy your ticket to SBa Matoa see
what we have to offer. It eos less
than to go farther south and then come
No. 1. Buldl ot, mawO "et
for $16 eaok. Ind htr plat.
We have properties Muailna trom
a few hundred to $1s,000. a s
about price you would wdit b pe
for a place and we wiU w te you
about what we have around or flp-
There are orange groves hee that
are paying from $100 to $,000 per
A Boston gentleman came down. Ia
December for hit health, bo- t 10
acres of land for $00, had IM set ot
to oranges and grapeftl; an before
lie left In spring could hare sold at
enough profit to have paid all hie e-
penses for the winter. He refused to
IfVOu Want a Home In Plorida. Come to Sau Mat
and see what W Havey to Offer. You W
flake a itao If You Doa't. -
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qrhey pay for dthe
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qEveryfarm should have some. We have the '
varieties the right trees. They Growl They
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'g use can make no head-
the professional criminal
City, that a proportion
f ffty to ninety-four per
Slte" fl atio to the serious-
Wi e lfte, escape punish-
Sbeet demonstrated in re-
Sf Harper's Weekly. In
,tlee stress was laid in pnr-
Ste fact that it Is in most
Smpomlbillty to procure evi
Miselet to secure an indict-
tfrate grand Jury; that, when
Idltetinea can 'be obtained, the
t "'Can protract the issue t!l
6 Bhare disappeared, forfeit his
tan acquittal, or otherwise
,f -t law.
rtltes; but there Is another
" of the affair to be taken int.)
bderation, and that is the custom
allowing prisoners charged with
low# to plead guilty to a mu'h
Wr fence than that charged in thli
,jr*' onple are prone to find fault with
'. police," remarked an official at
'/, quarters, "and never stop to
.tlak that the police are only a small
the prosecution of criminals,
S64 t their work can be practical-
*, bMplied by the inactivity of oth-
g 4 officials of the city government."
ebe charge is, in brief, this: that
.4 0 amount of the numerous ball cases
mIisatly awaiting trial, which
to clog the slowly moving
So Justice, tho District At.
*! e ce bargains with criminals
i'^ 0 Idictment, permitting them to
Sdty to an offence much less
'thea that with which they
rather than go through
1 formula of a trial.
19, In the month of Jan-
the caaes of six men awaiting
'Ite the charge of murder in
e a gt degreN were disposed of very
SJa the courts of New York
70r T names we Pasquale
u I^ B ceeco Vonella, Agus-
Rice, Stephen Mac-
VoCW, and risque de Lara. Each
these men had slain a fellow man
1 some fashion-by shooting, stab-
S tg, or steaolin. The police had evi-
e oe which would have sueced to
Ssend eomo of them, at least, to the
46 eloOtrio chair. But the calendar
Sas crowded; the results of the trials
o. *tt, be uncertain; and so, y ar-
with the oice of the DIW
b ra they were "sent up"
1 ranging from about ten
WAenty years each-and Justic.l
to Islatmed by the police that
af twenty to thirty of such cases
,"iO* every day, and that the crowd-
40ldition of the courts makes
necessary. They have a diurnal
Of them to psrve their contention.
for example, are a few instances
from the record of a single
Sthe ames are fictitious, but the
exist on file at Police Head-
that with which they are charged.
said "a official at Polloe Headquar
terms. They say that they have to,
in order to keep the calendar clear.
'There is one Part of General 8es-
sions in particular where this is
done-I think It changes from time
to time as the Judge isichanged. Some-
Judges, of course, have the reputation
of being much "easier" than others.
Crooks hate to go before Judge Mul-
queen or Judge Rosalsky, or Judges
Dyke and Aspinall in Brooklyn, who
hand out stiff sentences. Judge Mul-
queen will Impose a sentence of
twenty years without turning a hair.
Some of the politicians won't speak
to him now.
"Every morning, in the Criminal
Court Building, one of the court of-
ficers goes along in front of the
prisoners, who are lined up in front
of the pens, shouting. 'Who wants to
I take a plea?' Then the crooks dicker
with the deputy assistants.
"'What'll I get if I take this plea?'
'Three years,' says the officer.
"'Nothing doing; I'll take a year,
says the crook. And generally he gets
I away with It.
] "Good crooks can get hall to the
i amount of twenty thousand dollars
or more. Met may be out on ball
two or three years before th( ir oaoes
are called, and stealing all the while."
There are at present one hundred
and twenty-seven persons on ball
whose indictments were filed prior to
January 1, 1908. Two of those were
indicted prior to 1901. Forty-three
owho were indicted in 1905 have still to
be tried: eighty-two have *been out on
-ball since 1906; all other crooks wh.
are free on ball have been under in-
dictment for a period of a single year
or less.-Harper's Weekly.
He Bought Books.
A man who had never had the
time or opportunity to get much book
learning suddenly became wealthy. lHP
!gave up work, built himself a fin
house, and settled down to enjoy life.
Recollecting his early and unanswered
longing for books, he went to a shop
to order some. The Voter tells to
"I want a lot of books," he said
to the clerk,
"What kind of books?" was the ro-
"Why. books," said the prospective
purchaser. "Good books you know:
The books came and were install-
ed in the library. Soon after an
old friend, slightly more learned than
the rich man, came to call.
"Here, Hugh," said, the host. "Is
my library. Here Is where I intend
to sit down with my books and read."
Hugh took down a book, looked at
it and put it back; took down anoth-
er, looked at It and put it back, and
repeated (he process several times.
Then he asked, "John, where did
you get these books?"
"Oh, I bought them; Just bought
them. What's the matter? Aren't
they good books? I haven't read
"They're good books," was the re-
ply, "but they're all the same. John,
as near as I can figure roughly, you
abve bought 600 copies of the Fifth
Reader. It's a good book, but there's
too many of it here-far too many."
I I. I- l i
surpass any previous season in beau-
ty, and variety and we are pleased to
announce that we will have althat
's worth having at
Beautiful new Poplins, in plain
Piques, Madras, Fancy Wash Goods
and all the pretty new White Goods,
many other new things now in.
Come and make your selection
A 200 Pound Amethyst.
SBuase. charged. -with grand
il the second degree; mazl.
S atence, five ears' Imprison-
, laded guilty to petty lar.
f- aq suspended.
V to" White, charge.
ta the fArse dere;
Sten yaws' I
blsde( ailltty to assalt
ft sMt*A p a
An amethyst which it is believed
is the largest In the United States
hap been sold by Alexander Meads.
a pioneer prospector of this city, to
F. R. Vigeant of Sault Ste. Marie.
It weighs 300 pounds.
The stone was found In a cave on
the north shore of Lake Superior
(orty-ve years ago and it has been
ina Mr. lea4's possessia ever sinae.
Tho afe taemes o al projeions
e -0pU. al well formed a r
Omtod with aS d th of an Ineh of
s o.d eaesi"ar t amewist
season's productions far
Linens, Satin Repps,
WASH SUITS and
We can save'you money.
220-222-224, LEZO ST .,
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