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Title: The San Mateo item
Alternate Title: Item
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John A. Crosby
Place of Publication: San Mateo City Putnam County Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Vol. 18. No. 23. SAN MATEO, FLA., MAR. 27. 1909. Published Wtly, $1.00 a TM.


Local Weather Report.

TEMPBRATURBR:
Mar. 19,-Min..... 56. Max.....78.
20.- .. 60. ... 81.
1,- ". ...60.. ....88.
22,- .... 63. "t ....70.
28,-- ... 8. . .68.
24,- ... 62. .... 76.
25,- ....44. ....76.

Don't fall to take in the Ponce de
Leon Celebration at St. Augustine
next week.

Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Ranchons, of
Columbus, Ohio, were here for a
short visit recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Beauchain and Mr.
Levi Hall have left Jacksonville for
their Boston and Lowell homes.

Mrs. Currier and Miss Loker came
from Federal Point Friday doing a
little shoptlnag in the Gem City.
Rev. Geo. Stockwell and family
left Monday morning for New York.
They drove to East Palatka to make
the early train.
Clarence and Miss Stella Holton
went up river Saturday. They were
guests of Mrs. Eveland, at Norwalk,
for a few days._
Misses Clyde Estes, Edna Mar-
shall and Violet Merwin were over
from Palatka yesterday and attend-
ed the closing exercises of the public
school.
Mrs. J. P. Chester entertained the
young folks club at a supper party
Monday and on Thursday. Mrs. J.
S. Rowley entertained the same
company at tea.


Mrs. J. W. Currier and niece, Miss
Loker, went to Federal Point Mon-
day, where they will spend a few
days before starting on their home-
ward trip to Boston.

-* Mr. and Mrs. and Lloyd Darling
came up from Daytona Friday and
have gone down to spend a few days
at the Tenney House, Federal Point,
before calling for Gloversville, N. Y.

Great p eparations are being made
S InJ t. Augustine for the Ponce de
Lion Celebration next week. The
show will be several mes as good
as- last seaMl. Relar Carnival
dates lao sigh. The ballU ld
s sa ev"M w e, v Inowe,
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News of the Week
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Town Officers Nominated.
A caucus was held at Rowley's
storp, Saturday, March 20, at 7:80 p.
in., for the nomination of candidates
for municipal officers in the next
election.
Caucus was opened by Mayor S.
W. Rowley, who read the official
call for the caucus. J. S. Rowley
was elected Chairman, and H. W.
Hills elected Clerk of the caucus.
Motion prevailed that nominations
be made by secret ballot. Chair ap-
pointed E. E. Banker and J. A. Cros-
by tellers, and the following nom-
inations were made:
For Mayor-J. S. Rowley.
For Clerk-H. \W. Hills.
For Marshal-Wini. Sharp.
For Councillinen-S. W. Itowley,
H. Goodwin, L. I. Blilley, J. A.
Crosby, Harry llaily.v, C. A. Bailey.
There being no further Ibusiness


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that Randall
Wells, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 604, dated 4th day of June, A.
D., 1894, has filed said certificate
In my office, and has made applioa-
tion for tax deed to Issue In accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop.
erty situated in Putnam County,
Florida, to-wit:
SH, of seaj of nwj of netj, Section
34, Township 11, RangeI 26-6 Acres.
The said land being assessed at
the (ate of issuance of such certif-
icate in the name of J. C. L. Hoeger.
'Unless said certificate shall bw re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will istue thereon on the 5th day of
April, A. D., 1900.
Viltissn my official signature and
seal thi s tl 23d (lay of Feb)ruary,
A. I).. 10o). H.,NRY lHrTtmHINSON,
[Seal.) Clerk Circuit Court,
fe.21 Putnam County, Florida.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO


School Closing Exerelses.
The public school here closed yes-
terday. A good many of the school
patrons enjoyed the closing exer-
cises, which showed much labor and
practice on the part of teachers and
pupils. The following program of 30
numbers was rendered:
1. Welcome Song-Eleven Chil-
dren.
2. Recitation, "Jack and Jill"-
Vanaman Helms.
8. Recitation, "Twinkle Little
Star"-Rosa Rogero.
4. Recitation, "Come LI tt le
Leaves"-Thelma Baker.
6. Song, "Florida, My florida '-
School.
6. Recitaion, "Once I Saw a Lit-
tie Bird"-Henri Carrington.
7. Recitation, "Why Cats Wash
After Eating"-Theo. Rogero.
8. Recitation, "The Train"-Man-
uel Solana.
9. Song, "Carpenter Song"-Sev-
en Boys.
10. Recitation, "The Different
Ways"-Jinm Solana.
11. Recitation, ")o to Others"-
Radcliffe Carrington.
12. Dialogue, "Waking of the
Flowers"-Ten Girls.
13. Song, "Flower Song"-School.
14. Recitation, "Cut It Out,"-
Roy Turner.
16. Recitation, "A Good Child"-
Harriet Rowley.
16. Recitation, "When You Hear
Oood"-Clifford Bailey.
17. Recitation, "What a Boy Can
Do"-Thomas Baker.
18. Song, *'0, Come, Come Away"
-Slchool.
19. Recitation, "Miller of the
Dee"-Ruby Turner.
20. Song, "We're a Happy Band
of Children"-School.
91. Recitation, "My Country"-
Evelyn Solana.
22. Recitation, "Bird and the
Squirrel"-Li-aie Solana.
28. Song, "When the Heart is
Young"--School.
24. Recitation, "The Zoo"-Her-
bert Solana.
25. Recitation, "Katy Did"-Del-
la Rog o.
26. Song, "Merry Sunbeam,"-
Eleven Children.
. 27. Recitation, "Making the Flag"
-Eileen Turner.
28. Song, "We'll Stand by the
Flag"-BShool.
29. Flag Drill by twelve boys and
girls.
80. Song, "Farewell"-Bchool.

WANTED-Suioo-a MAGAsINs re-
quires tie services of a aian lu San
Mato, Fla., to look after expiring
subscriptions and to secure new bus-
ines by means of special methods
usually effective; pioltion perima-
Beot; prefer one with experience, but
would ooun r any applicant with
natural qwueptrons; salary $1.60
et day, wlilb .ommuilon optlod.
Md.s, wi referees, R. U. Pea-
oodom ***uea Magastlis
Bid^V yw'Yr.


Cypress Shingles for

Weather Boarding


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

N. J. TILGHMAN & SONS

Box L, Palatka, Fla.
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the cuacus adjourned. TAX DEED.
Notice, is hereby given that Randall
This week sees quite an exodus Wells, purchaser of Tax Certificate
from San Mateo. Mrs. Dexter and No. 72:13. dated Int day of July, A.
Mrs. Varnum, of Lowel left Tuesday. ). 1901 has flld said certificate in my
Theail from ckonvill viaCldeoffice, and has made application for
They sail from Jkonvll via Clyde tax deed to issue in accordance with
Line. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mrs. law. Said certificate rei braces the
Stone left Wednesday for Boston following described property situat-
and Lowell and Dr. and Mrs. Ken- ed in Putnam County, Florida,
yon for New York State, Mr. and to-wit of sw of nw, etion
Mrs. Acker went Thursday via all Township 11, tantge 26-20 Acres.
rail for Ossining, N. Y. The said land being assessed at
S- - -... the date of issuance of such certif-
THE ITEM ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR late in the name of A. A. Knight.
ITHE ITEM ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR Unless said certificate shall be re-
A 6000 INVESTMENT. deemed according to law, tax (eed
will issue thereon on the Gth day of
-... -April, A. D)., 1 9U.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO THIlE Witness mny official signature and
LEGISLATliRE OF TIUE STATE OF,FIA)U- seal this the 24; h day of February, A.
IDA POR THE VALIDATION OF KE'CENT D). 1909. HENRY HUT;IIINBON,
LECTON H IN UTNA CNTY [eal.] Clerk Circut Court,
ELECTION HELD IN UTNAM CONTY fe27 Putnaam County, Florida.


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AUTHORIZING AN IS8t'E OF l$J10,000 OF
BONDS.
To All Whom It May Concern:
TAKE NOTICE THAT 81XTY (60) DAYS
after the publicly ion hereof, we the under-
signed citizens and County Comminsioners of
Putnam County. State of Forida Intend to ap-
ply to the LAgislature of the Htate of Florida at
It. next session A. D. I00 for the enactment of a
law lesallain and validating the election had
and held In Putnam County, Florida. on ard
day of November A. D. 1904, to determine
whether or not the bonds proposed in a resolu-
tion of the Board of Couny Commissloners of
Putnam County, Florida, as follows, to-wit:
The sum of one Hundred Thousand dollars for
Hard Surfaced Hihbways the sum of Forty-five
Thousand dollars for a bridge over and across
the St. Johns River at Palatka, Florida and the
sum of Ten Thousand dollars for a Bridge over
and across Dunn' Creek. a small bridge across
Bas na Mill in Commissioners District No. fS.
and other bridges that may be necessary, and
the sum Thirty-Ave Thousand dollars forerect-
Ing a County Court House at Palatka, Florida.
should be issued, and also to validate said bond
tossue and each and ever part thereof, and to ap
prove and validate each and every, bond that
may be issued under and by authority of said
election an4 to cure all defects, and irregular.
itiee, that may exist In said election, the eallin,
holalng and canvasesng of said election and ful-
ly empower and authorize the Iseus, eaesontou
and sle of said bones.
L. c. STafaxNS,
Chairman Board County Co lssoners,
Pu!tsnsto 6tF, luorfdf


Members, ioard of County 0ormhmonmi
PUmor C"ounty, d*orfda.
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t LARGEST RECEIVERS OFLORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLES
t41P US ORANGES, TANG ERINES AND GRAPEFRUIT. YOU
1N IT A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH US,.EICAUSE
ARtl RITAL AND WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
LAST .AY 1 AND 2 ATLANTIC WHARF


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330 Washington Street. New, York,


OUR SPECIALTIES:

FLORIDA


Oranges,


Grapefruit


COMMISSION MERdIHANS.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,


98 PARK PLACE,
erces: -New


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NEW YORK.


York National Exchange Bail; Commercial Age es;
Transportation Lines.


McCLINTOCK,


15 NORTH FRONT ST.i PHILADELPHIA, PA.


sPECIA TIIMS:


ALL CITRUS FRUITS,
EARLY VEGETABLES
WRITE FOR STENCIL AND MARKET REPORT.
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SOUTHERN VEGETABLES


PINEAPPLES .. .. .. Established 1890... .. .. .. .. .. ORANG.S.
TANGERINES. .. .. .. .... ....... . ". .. . r. GRAPEFRUIT.
W. 11. STANTON & COMPANY,


PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY.


AND VEGETABLES.


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Wholesale Commission Merchants


352 NORTH FRONT STREET.


STh eArthur Courtin Co.


85-87 FRONT ST., NEW YORK.


Solicit Consignments of


: INEAPPLES, TANGERINES,


Oranges and Grapefruit.


An experience ot


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guarantees prompt and.satisfactory returns

ncil and Market Letteis on Application,
a"OE


PHILADELPHIA.


..References: Harry Jennings, Tibbals, Fla.; Saegar Bros., Ankona, Fla.; 0.
A. Robinson, Eden, Fla.; E. A. Thomas, Deerfleld, Fla.; M. V. Williamos
Punta Gorda, Fla.; Consolidation National Bank, and all mercantile agen-
dcies. ASK FOR STENCIL.


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AROLINO FANCY FRUIT, VGERTASLU
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HMdqnufor Florida Fruits a4t4bh.
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Btferoems Tbh Item, 4th NaL Bank, Boston. .-.
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J. & S. H.


DAVENPORT,


FRUITS ANP PRODUCE.


The CallendernVanderhooft
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.


Commission Merchants,
NO. 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
FLORIDA PINEAPPLES, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES AND VEGETABLES
OUR SPECIALTIES.
WRITE FOR STENCILS.


SHIP US


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Vegetables in


Season.


Geo. B, Long &


-COMMISSION MERCHANTS-


Florida Fruits and Produce


279 WASHINGTON STREET
SPECIALTIES: Pineapples, Oranges,


. . . .NEW YORK.
Grapefruit, Early Vegetables.


SHIP YOUR


ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT
TO


Phlip E. Eddy,
PROVWIENCE, RHODE ISLAND.


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

If you wish to keep posted on
market prices in

BOSTON

Ask F. M. Leonard & Company


for their regular fruit quotations.


Car Lots of


WE WANT

Oranges and


Grape Fruit.


Charleston, S. C.


NO SALE FOR GRAPEFRUIT.


CAN HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS TO GOOD ADVANTAGE.
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS


FRUITS and PRODUCE


FANEUIL HALL MARKET,


Largest car lot handlers in Chicago. Members National League of COl.-
mission Merchants, the best recommendation a house can have. Write
our Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, about us. Ask any fruit
trade paper about us. Your interest s our ours. Get in touch with good,
live people. ,
M. GEORGE & COMPANY,


NO. 95 80. WVaTER ST.,
8HIP IT TO
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CHICAGO, ILL-
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LD & CO.


WHOLE SALE
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,
Receivers of Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pineapples and all kinds of eouthia
Vegetables.
References: First National Bank
of Tampa, Fla., The National Bank NO. 313 DOCK BTREWT
of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia;
Tho I 0. Painter Fertilizer Comrn-.
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WILLIAM H. GROCOTT, RepresentatiUve.


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Quotations on Request


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'COMMIfSSION MBRQHA[NTB,
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b the a Farmer sang,
bl- tIs the West the sun hung
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temgl*y, thus he sang:

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opr Wth,
Aithe rains from the west or
AJNL w tM the time of the deluge or
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*s either a famine or feast."
"~t Se breeze that blew o'er the
awakeningg Earth,
Aad the showers that watered her
Brought a goodly stove to the Farm-
er's hearth,
S et denied him the -blessing of rest.
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ue'' rs. son of Strategy, did not
k agivTing affront by seeming to flirt
? m the girl to the Pullman section
the way. She did not look like
Sft* who would permit a flirtation
S' ae shape or form.
he' would probably call the porter
r WS dM to the male passengers and
IM ie Into disgrace; a disgrace
Sab 'od be fatal to his plans. In-
S lM he Iagered behind when the
' girl went Into the diner for luncheon
ad copied ola the address of th la-.
S el pasted on her suit case.
S It we the sight of the label which
S t Sadpoed him to cast aside schemes
8eee ned for he argued that curios.
Nr wred lead the girl to read to Its
Sd letter, when she would not 11s*
Sthe completion of the first
t a vTerl approach.
knowtbg aunders would
b lt e was very much in love
bet that he was at all Inter-
the girl across the asle.
s- m=or attractive than a
YOMisW women whom Saund-
lodged. Her brown
I1 am leekly soft than
tU Malda Vanes, her eyes
MllMly soft than the soultul
Sarton, nor her coom-
MI ear thMe the olive Uats
astaLB esesa It was her
Jm6 lewhich had so ap.
oimM h had em es*
l isesf t M C Mari' .
St 0 er, 4wM the
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than Miss Manson's personality sug-
gested. He had expected a dainty,
wholly feminine handwriting and in
this, but only in this, *was he disap-
polnted and when, at last, Miss Man-
son hinted that his period of pro-
bation was about to end, Saunders'
cup overflowed with Joy.
The next development was a card
from Mrs. Shearer for a dinner dance
with "To meet MIss Marietta Man-
son" in one corner. In his exuberance
8unders vowed that he would give
the postman a box og cigars on his
next trip, and then he went out to
order new evening clothes.
The function was a week distant
and Saunders never knew how he
passed the thne. He was one of the I
first to enter the earer parlors,
but his face fell a hbe saw a tall,
dark girl standing beside his has-
tess. Wonderingly he made his way
toward the chair, but his fa!e light-
ened again as Mrs. Vance eame for-
ward with his lady of the Pullman
car.
"I want you to know Gso Clyfe078
she said, as she laid a detatingg hand
on Saunders' arm. "ViaM, pemlt me

Iacredulous. The girl lahed Hlowy.
"I asked Mrs. Vane to Introedue
me efw you met U tta." she said In
a low voice. "I feel that a explaaa
tion is due you, Mr SBaaders. Rtta
is my cousin and lives in Claverly.
I was visiting her, and when I left
I found that my saut case handle
was broken.
"There was no time I whiht to
have It repaired, and Utta loaned
ma hers. I was to purchase a suit
eae between traai la Ch caeo aid
Shres bacMk b4 m*wo. h pMat-
ed a s tas that I mlght have me
trolse Cla MOhsag, sad It wa her
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it. The ground under you is at first
a perfect 'blur, but as you rise the
objects become clearer. At a height
of one hundFed feet you feel hardly
any motion at all, except for the
wind which strikes your face. If you
did not take the precaution to fasten
your hat before starting, you have
probably lost it 'by this time. The
operator moves a lover; the right
wing rises, and the machine swings
about to the left. You make a very
short turn, yet you do not feel the
_sensation of being thrown from your
seat, so often experienced in auto-
mobile and railway travel. You find
yourself facing toward the point from
which you started.
The objects on the ground now
seem to be moving at much higher
speed, though you perceive no change
IS the pressure of the wind on your
face. You know then that you are
traveling with the wind. When you
near the startingpolnt, the operator
stops the motor while still high in
the air. The machine coasts down at
an oblique angle to the ground, and
after sliding fifty or a hundred feet
comes to rest Although the machine
often lands when traveling at a speed
of a mile a minute, you feel no
hook whatever, and cannot, in fact,
tell the exact moment at which It
first touched the ground. The motor
eloee beside you kept up an almost
deafealg roar during the whole
Slght, yet in your excitement you did
not notie It till it stopped t-From
"The Wright Brothers' Aeroplae" la
the Cetry.
er r, Dlgm hes eete
to provide Saythlsa lUe adeqmte
selestilse latal tlr desti pat*.
tom, say. a" at dMe4ses be"s
Malswed to practice emIstI.

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tina" Wtoolhefem .t
hebor to pat huio the aver 9t her
S s .m a ttlul 3 wo as. batted
a fsee Strais It sounded 4w
el .the proper miete sof tpecte
ad oxa a It refd dideetly
the fIet that e was well to do, cul-
tared and a man of standtag. it hint-
ed delicately of the mass of com-
mendatory reference an tIquiry might
evoke and closed with an apology for
the liberty be took, a liberty which
found }ustidcation only in the charm
of the reeiplent -
RavinL thus shifted the blame to
Miss Manson's slender shoulder,
Saunders subscribed himself respect-
tally fters, and personally deposited
the letter tin the box.
The next few days were spent In a
fever of alternate hope and despair.
The posteas Oa the route was rad-
sally comate to the opinion that
Saunders' was suffetln from inclpi-
eat parpsts when a dainty envelope
rewarded Saunders' waiting and trans-
lated him from the inferno of depair
to the seventh heaven of delight.
It was aUtter written as skillfully
as his own. Miss Manson expressed
herself as flattered at the complt-
meets paid her and was not averse to
eventually granting Mr. Saunders' re-
quest, but firet she must be more ful-
ly assured of his worthiness, and to
that end suggested a probationary
period of correspondence.
Saunders hastened to acquiesce and
In reply he filled a dozen pages which
brought back a scanty four. Miss Man-
son was evidently not of a belief
that it was more blessed to give than
to receive, but Saunders treasured
those brief epistles, -perfect save in
one particular, and dreamed his dream
of love.
The one jarring note was the hand-
writing. Saunders was sensitive to
penmanship and it seemed to him
that the style was more masculine


V . r lip


"A -- fit uwo oh 1 A
ltaust ato. s gi ww 5t t
loty eokawledlat the ltmtrodwutins
to the pa9s" Ume of oets.
Now he enold emtesMuad trhe mP
twy of the mmcllae ha~tWrttieg
there was something almost t boyh
about Martetta's dark beauty. With
a groan he realized what a capital
story she could make of the epiao01,
for there was a twinkle In her eye
that betokened both mischief and a
sense of humor. With a word of eN-
cuse to the girl by his side, he went
forward to face the mause.
Marietta's hand clasped his In
frankly friendly grasp.
"I think I know you." she said with
a smile. "Don't worry, though. Vira
made me promise never to tell-and
I don't think that those letters went
entirely astray. That's a hint for
which you should be very grateful."
"More grateful than you realise.*
declared Saunders fervently, as he
gave place to the newest arrival and
went In search of Miss Clyde. There
was still hope that the Son of Strat-
egy might retrieve the situation, and
more than ever did he desire his
lady of the car.-New Orleans Picay.
i une. .-
HOW IT FLIES.
A Description of the Working of the
Wright Brothers* Aeroplane.
In order to show the general read-
er the 'way in which the machine
operates, let us fancy ourselves ready
for the start. The machine is placed
upon a single rail track facing the
wind, and is securely fastened with
a cable. The engine is put in mo-
tion, and the propellers in the rear
whir. You take your seat at the
center of the machine 'beside the op.
orator. He slips the cable, and you
shoot forward. An assistant who has
been holding the machine in balance
on the aill, starts forward with you,
but before you have gone fifty feet
the speed is too great for him, and he
lets go. Before reaching the end of
the track the operator moves the
front rudder, and the machine lifts
from the rail like a kite supported by
the pressure of the air underneath


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(nasal al th)sid El d pitb(IF.
tasurh of the inas),ode atesti.
us! ostrrk, easrhad iaudio (ca.
tarrh of the lU), ad ia diased
mmOO mem" of t pelvis
wpm I Wt MMd f
the tnretment of vtr Sa I M of dil.
Anothertli t Offrf t gc*
AuotieriBapu~ieat of ?eetu Ofy*
dallis Armeeb Is ole lb tlLhe life
State Dispm taurya as tMaI. also
Is cobebs olassd as stnamah sand a
a toni for the --:_-brRaOO.
OedronM is&is othrW'id "-.eA
Peruna, an ezollent drg thAt has
been very largely overlook by the
medical proneia hr the podt Aft
year. Thseedsm o o to b m in
very few drug stores. Thet Uni
States Dipenatory ays of the action
of cedron that it is aed as a bitter
tonic and in the treatment of dysen.
tery, and ina Iteratteat diseaso- a a
substitute for qunine.
Oil of copiba, abther ingredient
of Perna, is lasted by the United
States Dipenatory as a mil timau-
last ad diureti. It on the tom-

stimulant on the geiit-urimary ame-
branes. Useful la in hre eyt,
chronic dyentery and diarrhea, and
some chronic disease of the lier san
kidneys.
end to us fr a free book of tetid*
moaials of what the people think of
Peruaas a cntarrh remedy. The best
evidence is the tetimony ofthose who
have tried it
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The result of yeaW prlee as ir Ot HIGHRADE FRU IT ORADEHR. A perfet Graf,,
48 qpsM umanot bruise to fruit, cannot clog In the machine, lightest running and most up to date .
ef t ai maketfSpecial ftektag House WicMnery built to order, supplies, Equipment, Etc. Write s o
ithingJ you want. Nothihm too small to resiv my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to sM",
MW prices sad elaers write the aventor aend manufacterw.
BDW. N. MJULL, PalatSka, lo*ida, U. *n *
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Saa Mate, Pataem aOalW. s kt
Wated as the east bank of the St
JMIes ver. and J-t A above I
The hihest poant in Floride, "et of
the St. Johns river, whlah is ooehal4
Il wMde at ts p-a"t.
FiVe malee trme Paltha, ear county
'eat, (city of 4,000), U ailes from
St Augustine and about TI miles
from Jacksoville.
The termins of a braca of the
Florida Bat Coast Railway. The de
pot beol ree quarters of a mao
from the river wharf.
Advantage and AttractIons
Sain MNat has goed aelled roads
ead miles of hard sidewalk Beauti-
Antl watereak moe both sides W
streets. and meet overhead In many
Two churches, public ad private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order poetoffice, three malls
dally, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
Wofs at your door, weekly parer.
The pilae Is Incorporated, but no
town taxes have been collected for
over ten yeats; the many public im-
provemenUs are made by the push and
generosiy of the citizeOe and pultain
together. The state and county taxes
are about 20 mills on about one-thtrd
valuation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tar-
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water Afsh.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Plaoe,
open winters; rates eight to ten dol-
lame per week; 3.00 Way.
Six' *bousand people went through
the San Mateo Fruit Comay's growe
here last season.
One of the best adveatin as
Mateo enjoys is transportationl beWag
es both river and rail Is aan advantage
that few Florida points enjox. The
past eason, for Instanae, railroads
- and terminaas at Jacksonville wer
more than congested and fruit ship-
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, In som eases
three weeks getting to JaohouvtIe,
ea route to northern markets, aad
Mid not bring enough to Day freight,
while Sam Mateo shippe, at ses
time. would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of J.cksonville
oe the Clyde sMp the next. This lit-
tle matter this season aloe wase
worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
wtl do well to bear In mind tran.
portation and cheap rates that some
with eumpetition, In meeting a Fior-
Ida locatIn.
The population is about M0, who
same mostly trom the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progresslvo and sociable. Have a bet-
ter elass of homes than can be found
In any place in the south of Its sise.
The buildings kept painted ad
pounds in good order.
Healthfulness.
On account of Its high altitude.
there is n heboalthier spot In Florida
fter all the year rosnd or for the win-
tear visitors. For theed who come to
PFlorida on account of health, many
this higher altitude, dry and
bm air Is better than the lower,
mre harsb. air found nla salt water
Business .
Tae principle busne to orange


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--Dealers in--m


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 house,

SCHLEY BROS.,
in the live market, on a live street:


214 LIGHT STREET,


BALTIMORE. MR


battle and hogs seem to be profit-
able. *
As an Instance for profit in a good
orange grove, Mr. D. F. Dotney, from
less than seven acres last scuaou,
shipped $6,200 worth of fruit.
So0l.
The soil varies a great deal from
high pine to low and high hammock,
all within a mile. so that lands foT
any purpose or crops can be secured:
San Mateo can be reached from
Jacksonville by Florida East Coast
railway or Beach and Miller line
steamers (see time tables clsewhcre
la this psper). The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive here about 10
p. m. so do not advise this route.
Fare B. & M. line $1.25; railroad $2
frnm Jacksonville.
Launch Rainbow leaves Palatka
every afternoon at 1o). Lucas line
steamers 2 80 p. m., every day but
Sunday.
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m.
*Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
and three trains dally on F. E. C.
railway. Fare from Palatka 25 cents
sy route. tf

IT MIOHT PAY YOU
TO SHIP YOUR

Oranges,


firapefruit,


Tangerines,


Vegetables,.


Etc., to

RH DEATWYLER&Co,

Philadelphia, Pa.
For stencils, stamps or any Infor-
mation communicate with Orlando
oapo, Orlando. Fla.


Americans Buy an Island
of Halt In Mexico.
Mexico City.-H. M. Crankshaw, of
Guaymas, and a number of Americans
have purchased Carmen Island, situ-
ated In the Gulf of California, from
James Viesca. of La Paz, Mexico. The
island embraces about eight square
miles, most of which is solid salt
deposit.
Mr. Crankshaw, who is now In this
city on business, says that the depos-
Its will be worked by Yaqul Indian
laborers and that it is planned to ship
10,000 tons of the product yearly.


FOUND,


One o the best houses to handle
shipments of oranges and vegetables.
Write them today. Ahey are
HEWITT Y COMPANY,
10 t at Camdon St.. MalUmore. Md
A man is not necessarily magnetic
i boweau e he pieks up things.


There is good reason for urging leg-
Islation to restrain the trafc In
cocaine, morphine and other erasing
drugs, observes the Pittsburg Dis-
patch. May good people are ob.
sessed by the Idea that aloohollc bev-
erages should be prohibited, but they
fall to apppsote the sa4b wate
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application.
References: Merchants' National Hank, Baltimore; Murchison Natofr
al Bank, Wilmington, N. C.; New York Produce Exchange. *
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*lp Plamo. (MN idvoTsement In this ppwr)t TI adJtlo Poidoa for 9sl* o ild O)
fb Ingtor a bo hlag house. Writo- An neetle4t appethifr for d0MUe "amafs Attnla "ag Stu .
a one F ran" ad--.- 60 "111121 0 so t It b #a tumb ,.. .,,
NW is *Stu% a Wee SI af ,p -l"y re--' or ho a, ,
Estate Agency. Od" ..... A W. ft**. .. .
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a* Ernaest M. Merrick,
aJor a armartes,:s me chaft. res
A annnhy poltalc t eauti ul gwid ct
:erscaL IHandome ltaI petarnace a F U | Sm f M Ie
i blroLb l" L ltaDlls a tie stors y r j3 OMMMSN 6
Owl5'm8= kEturreg Kf.t I erI t I e
fa how y what fo ca ave
SIsthe factory that makes nothing a but
&all ctai right here a te Southd to
n e-air .""' i:i Wholesale Fruit and Produce.
lqm Itole furnalshliry our lme I Can ye '
t to n g o our free lIII" ted catinwauae to-Y
NoIfferent kindof ,chair, for B dg FUT AM WArt A daAlff
1MtChS porch.hallo store, oae, from the uieae N
t s?,owmta in O3Iaa o em,
taas rtprefse or you money b.

A. Gerber & Son, Mc of a

SDealters Ia ATI 4NTA. OA.
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
'Furniture and House Furnishing Goods r Mac linery
S t all decrlptions. Undertaker. and Embalmers. We have no branch house, but we carry In Atlanta,, Ga., a large and
'J t arurvedG complete line Crockery and China Tablewar% Hotel" complete stock of engines, boilers, saw mills, threshers, shingle machln-
eas, t hilet Sets, Odd Pleoes Chlna Glaswware, Lamps, etc. e ery, edgers, lath mills, all kinds of wood worktog and other machln.
cry, circular and cross cut Faws. belting,. brass goods, pipe fittings and
*. 106-112 FRONT ST., PALATKA. complete line of mill supplies and mill and engine repairs.
Write for catalog and prices. We can save you money. Read our
KEERL H ARDWARE CO; new ad next week.
Are Comty A ;eSts fis ta.
OLVROR CMWT FLOLEY'S
PIANWT JUNIOR CUMIIVATORA .
S.,to fact we el e rythla In the
'i marnwrA r' EAST COAST BARGAIN HOUSE.
,a.,, nTOVas of all knads, Cookting Otenam Hae, Trams stOhi:t: A& sssss
Ibw Castl as, paces, noes, Shevel. Rake4, Lava aftvW, a,
btaby satd race Wire. For tea years the leading pneal a*rehastise oatablthma -
PALATEA. __ at Meoridas, ad s at the -bhea
A111 L-- M1 *- -i MN -Ma A -ITAPIA AND PANCT-
SW0NDERLAND anoceRxrs,

STHEATRE Dry Goods, Shoes,
When in Palatka don't Fail to visit the Wonderland -" ,
STheatre. The MOVING PICTURE SHOW of quality. C lothlin
S. Entire change of programme each night. shl eve k Avu . iig tu
Aies hrtnilalit wy kie.. A larsortW or G. B. uitldsc ese s
Admission loc.' Children 5C. ,,,* <,, B,, ,*. .

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a JOB PRINTING
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P1 z
iS E x TO NEWPAPER ADVEyTI9riNas
STHE BEST AOVSRTISING IN THE WORLD.
We have been. very fortunate in securing the
.Wioes of one of the bost and most experienced
LOMERoHART ORANGE CLIPPER priihe IN THE STATE, and are now able, to
.. ee, a a a & si s f ieS aby Mr, w. s. Hat of execute Job Printing of very desorip6on in all
gp l4tU tgt eapA ett0 Whe the lned styles. The oolas of work turned
go ther. The best U eep out bi aoknowledpod to be the FIN EST
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Deadly Poison
By De. J. Bay lea.
leakage of gas Indoors Is so slight that It may safely be neg.
| leted or tolerated a cheaper than repairs. Under all condl-
N Lions and In all circumstances 'gas is something to be afraid of.
'iils was true of the coal gas formerly used in New York; it
s to much more true of the water gas now distributed. Coal gas.
made by the distillation of bituminous coal In retorts, contained
from 6 to 7per cent. of carbon monoxide, and a great deal of it
was needed to render air unbreathable. Water gas contains from 30 to 35 per
cent. of carbon monoxide, and very little of It Is immediately injurious and
often quickly fatal. This product of imperfect combustion is the most deadly
gas known to chemistry of those produced commercially. It Is a blood poes-
oner of extraordinary energy. For the hemoglobin, upon which the blood de-
pends for its ability to perform Its functions in the human body, it has an
affnity believed by physiologists to be about four hundred times greater than
that of oxygen. It is a cumulative poison. which In this case means that the
* blood will take up and hold all that it flnd. in air brethod. and continue
absorbing it until, at about two-thirds of saturation, animal life becomes Im-
possib!e. There is no amount of carbon monoxide in inhaled air so small
that the breather can afford to be indifferent to it. In many cases as little as
that one-hundredth of 1 per cent. will produce Immediate Ill effects, and con-
tinued exposure to ev,. this small quantity involves danger to life. It is an
odorless gas, as poisonous as arsenic, as dangerous as a blind rattlesnake,
as Incendlary as gun cotton. It can be detected by the Renso- of smell only
when associated with the naphtha vapors which make it luminous.
For the reasons stated and many others which might be given, a gas leak
known or suspected, however small, should at once be found and corrected.
To use as a night light a gas jet tuiaed low I1 a dangerous habit. It may
be extinguished by a drop of the pressure. or blown .out by an air current.
In either case enough gas will cF,:-pe unburned to put heatth and life in dan-
ger. There are many kinds of night lamps which a;, satfer and better.
Only a fool will look for a gas leak with a lamp, candle or llhted match.
When the nose has approximately located the leak it may be found. If In an
aoceMslble place, by means of a shaving brush and soap suds. When the point
of the leak is covered those xwp will foriq bubbles which break and reform.
This method is safe and infallible. It will find leaks too e-mall to sustainr
flame. '
A "whistling" gas jet Is a danger signal. It means that more gas is p)ess.
ing the tip than is burned, and that the unburned gas is politoning the a.r.
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Another Reversion To Type.
Ry Thomats L. Mnamson.
HI kindergarten is going out. For several years past the decline in
attendance on kindergarten classes has been steadily.
Can it be that the supply of tissue paper is becoming ex-
hausted, or that the ingenuity of teachers in inventing new pic-
turesque fairy stoPies is on the wane?
The assertion that the kindergarten idea Isa a fad which has
run its course will of course be received with the usual con-
tempt in highly intellectual circles.
Probably much nearer the truth is that our children are not yet highly
developed enough to appreciate it. It is ahead of the age.
litty years more or so of nature books, t'rerh from the printing-presR
every hour and read aloud from birth, may educate the young mind in time to
he enthusiastic over kindergarten games.
But along with this must come (If any real progress Is possible) the
suppression of a sense of humor among the very young .
To play a game in which slapping the hands on the sides and jumping
up and down from the outside circle to a point in the centre labeled "nest"
-thus conveying the idea of flying-is so irresistibly funny to some four-year-
olds that they fall to appreciate the dignity of the kind. rgarten and its true
value in the psychology of education.
Thus Irreverence creeppe in, and an institution that ought to bt,- more or
less sacred-comlng as It does from the, home of the opera-Is thrown into
undeserved disrepute, and once more we are rvertling to primitive co)ndi.
tione.
If the decline '6f the kindergarten continues, we look forward Indeed to
the time when very young bcildren will be strolling around once more in the
open fields, picking real daisies.-ULppincott's.


Happy Germany.
By Charles Edward Rummell.
HAT'VER .makes the poorest people healthy Is good in German
Sees because it insures a strong nation that hereafter is to carry
the power and influence of Germany around the wor!l. What-
ever impairs the physical constitution- of the mas.ies of plop!o
SI is intolerable in Grmuan eyes because it threatens the national
vigor and interfere with Germany's destiny.
Heseafter men may think it stt4nge thatL of all the nation .
on earth the German nation was the onty nation of these times to recognize
adequately and offiolally the obvious fact. of the great chairgvs wrought for
the sons of men by the Introduction of et,%ai and machinery. Fer one thina;
(and most important), the Germans saw that it dr< w huge populations into
,the manufacturing cities, where they speedily became overcrowded and
undervita ised, and It bent them for long hours over such unwLojlesome employ-
ments as would in'ti:ne destroy the riwce if there wt re not compensation in
hours of rest and relaxation amid wholesome surroundings.
Hence, goaded on. no doubt, -by the growth of German Soilalism, the Ger.
man government began to take moot exeelklet care of the working popula-
tio", to provide exact and mirnute regulations concerning the conditions of
)te.r, careful factory Inspection, conipulsory Insurance, old-age and invalidity
pelalos, Irqnclad laws about comnpenaation for injuries; for to the directing
Odlm.nmi~to4 that one man shall make a billion dollars seems less important
Ssthat sixty mil1on people *hall be healthy and happy.
BerHll's wonderful homes for workingmen are in a way a product of this
d m tl idea and directly-he product of the matioW s insurance system, whiob
is pted by the government aid not by stock gamblers, and for the sake
4t OtMamon Good, not for the sake of private fortunes. The -houses arl
S Mworklas en themselves, but the government encouraged them to
Seulss, theM enMdes theu to build saub houses, and then s that
qp OW r -Uv s


Young


writes Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss a
my advice, which was, to take Cardul. She
staying with me and was in terrible misery, but
du helped her at once.


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"Last spring," Mrs. Hudson continues, "I wIa
in a rack of pain. The doctor did no good, so I begaR
to take Cardul The first dose helped me. Now I
am in better health than ir three years."
Every girl and woman needs Cardut, to ce
irregularity, falling feelings, headache, backaeohe anz
similar female troubles. Cardui is safe, reliable,
scientific. Try Cardui.
AT ALL 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,


OALHOUN A6ALMOUP,


Allrmn y at La%


Palatka, Fla.


flerryday & Walton,
COI'NSI.ILOIt.S ANI) ATTORNEYS
AT LAW.


PALATKA, FLORIDA.


Hatiwial Sank *utkidn~pPalatka, pM Front


JOKN L. MARSHALL,


Atborney At Lwi4


w1ront stroot, Palau&% Ma.Orange
groves for sale.
06L W. H. ROSENSERGO
*t1wrIsY.

Offies ewr the Kennorfy

HW.enRY *1'hUNXI
Attorney at Lmwb
Frn 0"9%, PALATKA* F"A
National Sank U0IldIn&
OIL H. Rt. ESTEl,

DENTIST.
PALATUA. FLORIDA.
Moragase DUftluga.Room IS ww
L 3L IBAKILL.

Attorney at L&4%
PALATCAp FLA
Ift W., H. CYR USg

Ployslel and Surgeut
PALAT" F"LA


If you must lay by something for a
ranvy 4&y, why not let It be an um-.
breUa?


at .60m V, I


Attorney at Limm%


Offee. Court House, alatks, S

J. N. BLACKWELL,
. Attorney-at-Law.
Ofee Front Street, Opposite Putaam
House.


PALATKA


* FLORIDA


Raw Fur, Hides, Wool,
Tallow, Beeswax, Beef,
Hides, Goatskins.
Ship the above to:-
M. Sabel & Sons,
Establisbod In
1856. LOUISVILLE, KY.
"Over half a Century In Louisville."
WE ARE DEALERS IN ABOVE, not
commission merchants. Reference:
Any bank in Louisville.
Write for weekly price list


MISS KATE L. LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,
r'MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,


.'%~ Ioi~, ad &*, uji-ttvaand cljiii

Lalhii'~i' '11k gloves.
iaucv:4, clur l-ridery, collars, belts and
time Waestit 14y1' In spring hats asid
I..!;- ie t'wcetl i dinner and des1~1aq-.
eu~pW)o~d. Prices right. bIW~btlp


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SIsladsa of the Art me tlosed IO. fte ins.t Feak.e A e iend turo w is i sn to ev
rIati om, SteatS betwes 11a bNew g*mr t. 'es. w.lrt t,-e W'il
W To asd m Hawft Park. are now baem d* a s abt
la ad Captaain Paoetti has sent Dot Lake City, ls-The dufl th iSUS Sufty
aa request that al persons retrain convetio of the state ade ed ltta to the lo gti ,M tastes the
frNm treS visiting those spots tor the p or t a plsory (loc0 optil Iy IIs e Iits e-
I* S*oat. its features) law. fan as. it his Intention of It
a la will be before hM e WSi A measure providing for the Invest- the leglatre
UuI-ai lat ure with amendments to its har seot of the Ince fro the state whi drive s o
Rtm... .A11n0- e Wter. school 1n tM I n n local lat.ead of tor- business fro the state. I.,a_..
s parkman Is a Poti- securities was o m d a tr are abt a dom le ,
Ulay vauae to the newsp A recone toS that special t asd it is charms th" i so s In
fraternity, as he Interviews freely ad school districts be allowed to bond stances on a loan ot $1 4100
gives much nlatormation which does for school buildings was adopted. has been collected i Iterest Iad
aMWea toi not Appear is the dlspatUbe-all ef The convention endorsed a bili at the en Ve ftrotSrus aI

AK* the water s omos is a Pe. of the lorls College of Women eaten up all of the moeye
glUotiob of PIra'. lAnterst In the the State Unlvesity. t he Jss tomp aes
Sea Vbs proposed em ents a of, 'Mr. The coaittes on test books report- S Atec S t e s
40 ** pstMS S&uluI is a hutsksa*yl to give v5u90 Sd the following resolutions:. a dtir ae I
LW Wi s t dw..M, wt the PMt.4 "Resolved, That this convention of si that Ignorant working mI d
.Auulee tai Authorlsing the chairman, a e co sUp tendene of public In- ther families are ff.rer t-
M. *tl eme a n es comiittee to address a c a. of public instruction, principals c t
m o, bA t Iht 4k Me Is i cation to ea0h of the county com s. ih schools, assembled at Lake City, t ci
SS wan -ed y 1- Swt. gmloi in ItWe state urging the i i16, 1? and 18, doei hereby re- ..
S I. .portance of "the passage by the gis- dirm and emphasize the opposition Deafness Cannot be urIed
t nature of the good roads bill prepared of the educators of Florida to what by local Wplcation, as te c
S- at the convention held In Jackln.- 1s known as state uniformity of text- reaeh the diseased p, of theyano
v ill last April, the acksoil Boart Resolved, That this convention pn- ear. There is only one way to ere
f* girve noew Impetusl to the figt doses county uniformity of t "xt- deafness, and that is by conhttteoal
fairly asve new Impetus books. remedies. Deafness o cased by an
MTIISNIST TE TATLd falod i asdn the orlaoM "Resolved, That a copy of these res- inflamed condition of the maeous in-
a ris Isl t Wresot tha tur gwtnors alutions be sent to the governor and ing of the Eustachia Tube. When
r,, I ey good celery growln weatbs and representatives in the legsirture members of the state board of educa. this tube s Inflamed you ave a b-
shower say; cool with ocsional present the good roads bill at as ear- tio and to each member of the letls- hig sound or imlapereet harg, and
S o n o h ly a date as practicable, and also con- ture. when It is entirely closed, Deafness
Elks of Daytona propose a three. gains a suggestion for an amendment Is the result and unless the Inlam-
s. tory opera and club house. to the bill whi will result In en- ATrI A Im n e t o and ul i. t
S- Penacola ranks second of the ports couraging the countiUes to build good '5 I. retounren to it na le out io ahe
of -te United states In the Importa- roads speedily and without fear of restored to its normal condition, hear-
ties Of mahogany, handling last year not beleg reimbursed for the monies V Ing will be destroyed former; nine
Slasa than 8,500.000 board feet, expended for such purposes. YI out of ten are caed by Oa-
Ne New York, the leader In this One of the questions which have tIh, which is nothing but an ilaam-
b;- nes Imported 12,000,000 board kept Miamians anxious has been de- ,eWs the ed condition of the muoous surfaces.
I^*?Mt_. cided. The government authorities i We will give One dred Dollars
AL, e l ing to a Georgia agricultural have decided upon a site for the pro- r lir We will give One D Htt ra d Vb
A eras In that state will not posed new feral buidlaing, aooeting f "Ay cas
blacksnakes to be killed. They an offer of three adjacent lots at -- atarrh) that cannot be cared by
'" better than cats or dogs in de- $15,000. The new site is a short dis- in r F IM tIA Hal' Catarrh Cure. Send for el-
Sg rats and mice In barns, be- tance removed rom the business sec- I cular free.
h i always hungry for them and able tion fet the city. The latter will grow terest Review of the Past Thirty r. J. CH Y & 00., Toledo, O.
Is JsMIow them in their runs or bur- up to It in a oew yrearI. Sold by Druggists, ?75.
'St., are all agg- ond. Jacksonville, Fla.--t is interesting Take Hall's Pamily Pills for consti-
S St. Augustinian are all agog over Near Death ri Rig Pond. to trace in mind the development of patfon. t.
Wch It- I. declared will arIt wa a thrilling experience to Mrs. Florida in the last thirty years or so.
ythig In the line of spectacular SeIer to fWta diath. "IFor yar a first it was the resort of the at- W E M RE FL
display ever seen In the east coast eve I trouble ave eo Iaint f icted ordered here by thr. pCommI ner Porter
city, suffering. sh writes,, "and several cans on account of Its delightful eli tO HaIt C-mmWeoor P
i. uty serlg," abe writes, "mad several mate and balsamic odors. Some per- Plans Etdfrmination of Ilaet.
Ocala is also to be provided with a times nearly caused my death. All sou came Into the state, bought land Tallahassee. Pla.-A war of exter-
S aew opera tesse. Ie Masonic order remedies Caled and doctors said I and set out orange groves and spent aination against the house fly Is be-
P--there will put up a three-story stone was incurable. Then Dr. King's New much of their time while waiting for lag carefully planned Jn Florida by
S sad concrete budldiIg or opera hMuse Discovery brought alck reUef and a the frst crops in hnUlP5 and fashiag, Dr. Porter, the state health coimais-
and ball purpoi e and It will be ready cure so permanent that I have not raising vegetables enough for their aloner, who It seems is to have the
bay the time the winter vA opera been bl com welve years." M own families and many of them con. beaelt of the advice ad assistance
eoebevinced that milch cows and hoss otht of Edward Hatch, Jr., of New Yoeek,
house Is at once a sign and a pro. Boper lives la Us Pond, Pa. It works or than the razorback variety could who has had considerable experience
S motive .oft culture In a .omiuaity. wonders In Coughs and Colds, Sore not be made to thrive. Their amber In dealing with the pest. The oom-
-* The West Coast and South a Lungs, Hemorrhages, JLaGrlppe. Asth- increased until the setback to omaage sn house fy is no longer regarded
Middle tFlorlda complain of a lack of ma, Croup, Whooping Cough and all culture of the freeze of 18k4-. After as a harmless Insect, but on the con-
r "ai. There has been quite a sut- Bronchial affections. 50c and $1.00. that, a few years, began a new era trarThe leading medical men of the
eleae t Jcksn a lle, and the a t Trial bottle free. ua tead by 8 when lord became the leading country are bent on its extermination.
C oast is not complaining. In other w. Rowley tf en garden of the world, until today Klilh WomdBa.I layer.
f l, the drought tI s t tate-wn o, her truck crop exceeds nla value that
S la the matter of rainfall there tro mthe revived citrus. culture.Abot A merciless murderer Is eppendicd-
s toel option. Many a now dou-. FLUIID LAD lED this time the constractloa of the Flor Us with many victims. But Dr. King's
B Sry assty w ld fain be wet, I... .. i da IEasUt Coast Railway was opening New ULfo Plls kill it by prev.entUon.
Is tat i one matter concerning Penosla Wa sQpm mway--es- sort of brevet Paradise to the woald They gently stimulate stomach, liver
| agitation is useless and votes ball Game Played. and Plaat was doing the same tor a bowels, parvntlag that lo
Iye. Peasaoola, Pt.-The florist blue thee west coast Then cam. the p that anvites, ale tis nuri Ce
ol tiUtn l the laws of the Unit. laws area thing of the past, so far ish-American war and the second a npan 1, g
ilrelaUve to g sh as Penaeola ios concerned. So ob. start of the Panma csaal, which spu BUies Calls, Ma i
I.V.a.hre. T noxious did the enforcement become drw be attentlen of railroad M Headache ad ladIgestion. Sc at 8.


lb t
Made Herroward, Abby Dodge, that te sheriff made no attempt to to the value of the FloridM pas W. nowley's.
SStolat oat the Pert of Tar- stop tae residents from enjoyIng stretchinl southward ad of othe lu.G
Pi, were an A md themselves. C at soa water coast. Ibis led to railroad blin. No doubt the qh.ohatchee is a
Ats in e r o r stands were Ope and crowded all rapidgrowth of cities, greatly W zmost beautialsz nowadays a moat
W by0 Jdge Jse W. t-ay; boats steamed aboqt the bar. tre sed comere and many aseu sef ul river, and it, a b Iprov-
boy crowded with pleasure seekers, fectures. All this Use the delights S. especially when .s w streMasi
iI f P s IS A. while two baseball games were of a winter visit to FloridaM were be. ar less importance are, but those
pM g Lwt lerdawn a- coming Inrao gly known and the who are Impatlet beease something
Ipeebsn a by the _....wea.thy of other state were byig s aM done quickly In that direct
a" In MwThe was -i S t em and bhlingi witer hoes here. .The by the government should reeet St
'me Iri A Wa awIts as a ru a courS- thq At- the cmmere 1 te river Is so
I i AS -It -a ,#s was aseen I the red t hands and I atc beach, artiolarly that Waer ag that the M that su m.
_The v O4 ftm I ro& body of thwe-ae. an U. M.Adas., Daytona., wee dAcoveIe o- lodd me ires ats is not yet a of
fl f ? eA HeW rletta, Pm. His awful plight bea a W earuer as ss.ti general knowledge.
In bg, cc 'fm scasa We O bet Pam tewS Wift 9OU ThUS 9" MtWf
Wi an en 6~"*94sitto S" =albrWihu
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i allw" -M ,M l e l 5a W t jeg fe r F s "All that Vt loe No I
aued his lIpags a notmag J. A. lasweses wen h .
Wu$C S his Wb a i* 1ave 1&a, YOM e 09.
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iiare 4ove ooossion to
observes the Boa

i Tork Press thinks the
a man ean make the
1ole *an g set it.
S with heal. friends and
j needs never say life Is
1lilng, believes the Amerl.


t judge says a stolen kiss
$10. It would have been
| liUaat to have said "Its weight

|liitlsts disagree as to the exact
of earthquakes, confesses the
B lllton Star. And as a matter
i' fact the cause seems to be so far
ut of control that it does no make
SSIaebk practical difference.

The Chinese are given credit for
Wonderful honesty in money matters.
~e custom of expecting a man to
commit suicide If he welches, declares
the Washington Star. has its com-
mercial advantages.
' An Ohio boy of 17 has been sent
to )prison for life for killing and rob-
blng his indulgent mother. His age
saved himn from hanging, notes this
Philadelphia Ledsger, and doubtle-s.
kill serve in due time as basis fnr
a petition 'for commutation.
j ,
About as near as we ever get to
'r. a practical demonstration of the ni-
movable mass and Irresistible force
problem Is non an occasion when a
k *I tb disputes the right of way with
A' heavily loaded brick wagon, pro
pounds the Washington Star.

dge Milliken of Now Bedfor l,
Mass., rebuked a policeman for cal'-
*ja a woman he was arresting 9
f rmnken trollop. "I admit I have
ean to Jail," said the woman In
e rt, "and I admit to being drunk.
but I am not a trollop anil I won't
stand for being called that by any
man."


Dean S. S. Marquis of St. Paul's
Cathedral. Detroit, has bcn talking
personalities to a gathering of insur-
ance men. "If Harriman had livel
in the time of Caesar and had set out
0 to overthrow that monarch, it would
have been nip and tuck between them."
,LeU said. "If Roosevelt had taken up
religious work, Martin Luther and his
M little reformation would not have
SbeialI It for a minute. If John D.
il0i1Her had bent his energies to
priesthood, I have not the slight-
doubt that he would be occupying
Vtcan today."
a book to remain one's corn-
it must have some of the
.4qWllties that are looked for in
mh end-a mellow adaptability
I moods. a perennial fresh-
:q reflection of a brave anid
H l spirit, the power to awaken
of meditation and direct It
-H 1aA1at channels, muses the
Mail. BSne of the great.
and some of the greatest
not have these qualities.

Perishable.
04 the butcher tell you this
*gtte fresh I'
Noe ast said to hurry home
SMt as I oould."-Success


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That Is leamq Ing It-n t
Women's Par Northern Homo.
Nellie Casiman was a uassemr 05
the Slata Clara en route home. "And
where do you suppose *se lives? Five
hundred miles beyond the Arctic cir-
cle.
It Is unnecessary for the Alaskan
to tel its readers who Ne~te Cash-
man is, for there are very few peo-
pie who have resided In Alaska any
length of time wyho do not know her.
She came to Alaska In 1874. Sheo
was with the first ones who went Inr
to the Cassiar country and many a
miner will tell you that If It had not -
been for Nellie Cashman they would
have died In that country from
scurvy and other sicknesses. Nellie
on that expedition was the nurse,
scores of men whoiell sick with the
scurvy received medicine from her
free of all cost ift they were broke.
She was through the Dawson coun-
try in "the days of '97" and has seen
about every camp In Alaska. Four
years ago she struck for the wilds
of the Koyukuk and now edlls that
home.--Cordova Alaskan.

An Artist Hero.
Fireman James Dempsoy of Engine
Company No. 32. happening to be at
leisure yesterday on State street
near Washington, was able to give
a neat and almost gaudy exhibition of
the power of imagination when ap.
plied to small details. Mr. Dempsey
perceived a runaway 'horse plunging
toward the crowd of shoppers, unre-
strained by the conventional bridle.
At once he applied himself to the
back of the frightened animal, and
leaning forward thrust bis fingers in-
to its mouth to produce the impres-
sion of its familiar steering apparatus.
Under this Jury rudder, so to speak,
the horse was cleanly turnedI back to
the middle of the F.treet and then
brought to a halt a block further on.
Mr. l rnvpey seems to us not only
a physical hero. but a creative artist
of unusual genius. His kind of Im-
agination has Rider lTaggard'a kind
beaten a mlile.-Chicago Evening Post.


Britain's Heavy Income Tax.
The British Income tax is not only
the heaviest but the hardest, most
inquisitorial in the world. The three
year average having been done
away, a man now is assessed on his
profits or gains during Qe year of
assessment. The death duties are a
fearful burden on all classes. Since
they were imposed in 1894 they have
yielded over 220 millions of pounds.
Many landed states have paid twice
or three times within five or six
years, with the result that they are
utterly crippled. Pine houses have
gone to ruin, and hundreds of agri
cultural laborers have been thrown
out of employment. For a so-callod
free trade country the duties are very
hbgh.---assell's Saturday Journal.

Cats of Osaka.
Consul John H. Snodgrass of Kobe
reports that since Dr. Koch advised
the keeping of cats as the best means
for the prevention of plague the Jap-
anese authorities have been active
In investigating the number of cart
maintained and their relative value.
The result of Investigations made by
the police shows that there are 54,-
389 cats kept In Osaka, a city of
l.50,000 people, the families where
cats are kept ntmnbering 48,.222. In
addition there are 5,696 homeless
cats. It is noteworthy that In cer-
tain parts of the city, recognized as
amre liable to plague, no cats are
found.-Dally Consular and Trade
Reports.


According to a recent report of the
Smlthsonlan Institution the mammoth
was no larger than the elephant of
the presat day.
There is about $100,000,000 Invest.
e0d i tn raLUaatlse asseer boats
iNa.mm. : O'u Yor.r bay.
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ST2A)dMD CORN BRAD.
Slft Into a bread bowl three opW
fuls Indian meal) one caupful wheat
flour and a half teaspoonful of salt.
Mix to another bowl one cupful sour
milk and one of molasses and beat
Into It a teaspoonful of soda dissolv-
ed in a tablespoonful cold water. Add
to the sifted flour, pour Into a well
greased mould and steam steadily
for three hours. At the end of this
period bake a few moments to brown
top of the loaf.-New York Telegram.
ii i
POTTED BEEF.
Take 20 cent stew beef and 10 cent
soup bone, simmer till meat is ten-
der. Take from the stock and run
through meat chopper, also a small
piece of bread; season with salt. pep-
per, nutmeg, thyme, add two or three
tablespoons of the stock; mix all well
together with the hands. Press well
into a glass dish, pour a little melt-
ed butter over the top and serve
cold; garnish with parsley. A nice
and quickly served luncheon dish, al-
so breakfast. The stook makes fine
soup-all for 30 cents.-New York
World.

FIG DESSERT.
Butter size of an egg, one cup of
sugar, beat thoroughly; two eggs
beaten separately, one-halt cup water,
two teaspoons baking-powder, one and
one-half cups flour, sifted three
times; ,bake in two earthen plates.
Cut one pound of figs in small pieces.
odd one cup sugar, and cover with
water and boll twenty 'minutes; when
cold, spread over the two cakes and
on top add one-half pint of cream
which has been thoroughly whipped.
-New York World.

APPLE RELISH.
Two quarts each of cabbage, green
tomatoes and sweet apples, two green
peppers, one quart of granulated su-
gar, five cents' worth of whole mix-
ed spice tied up in a cloth, and re-
moved after cooking. Chop cabbage
and tomato, sprinkle through them
enough salt to season, let stand a
short thne, then squeeze out the wa.
ter, -add chopped apple, peppers, s*
gar and spice, and a little more vine-
gar than will cover, stir quite often
and cook two hours.-New York
World. "

RYE BREAD.
Scald one cup milk, then add to it
one cup hot water. Cool to luke-
warm. and a half cake compressed


yeast In two tablespoonfuls tepid wa-
ter. Add a balf teaspoonful salt and
stir In enough rye flour to make a
batter. Beat until you ean beat no
longer, then cover and stand out of
a _ratt for three hours. Add enough
more rye flour to make a dough stiff
enough to knead, and knead thorough-
ly. Shape into loaves and put In we!l
greased pans. Stand In a warm
place for an hour or longer until
Very light, brush ove# with milk and
bake In a moderate oven for an hour.
-New York Telegram.

SALMON PUDDING WITH PEAS.
Remove the bones and skin from
1 can of salmon; flake the fish. that
Is, pull It Into flake with a fork,
and put Into a dish with alternating
layers of day-old bread crumbs and
a sauce made by placing 3 table
spoonfuls of butter In a saucepan;
when It ceases to foam stir in 2 ta*
blespooaful of flour, thee add % pint
of hot milk, 1-4 teaspoon each of nilt
nd popper; cook watW creamy. Have
the Ash u IMst leroe of erumbe la
.the dish. LBke M 10 or 0 minute*
*I a Mdeate evv r W. the top
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"~I ItOUSSOLD HINTS.


If a sprig of parsley qpped ta
vinegar Is eaten after an onion, no
unplaesnt odor from the breath tan
be detected.
nla pickling alum helps to make the
pickles crisp, while horseradish and
nasturtium seeds prevent the vinegar
from becoming muddy..
Stone jars for bread and cake boxes
should be scalded twice a week in
the summer weather, sunning, it pos-
sible, to keep mold from gathering.
14mp wicks can be prevented from
smoking by soaking then; In vinegar
and drying thoroughly.
Bensine rubbed vu the edges of car-
pet is a sure preventive of moths.
A cloth wrung out In very hot
water and often renewed will remove
diseolorat(on from bruises.
If you would keep'grits, charcoal
and beef scraps before your ohicks,
and keep the brooder heated proper-
ly, you will solve a good deal of tlp
bowel trouble question.
All of the combs and hair brushes
Should be washed weekly in a quart
of warm water in which a teispoon-
ful of ammonia has been placed. Placo
only the bristles in this solution as
the water will loosen the glue in
the back of the brush if it is sub-,
merged. Wipe well and place in the
air to dry.
The secret of cooking game is con-
stant basting. It should be under-
(lone and full of gravy.
Pare potatoes and cover with cold
water for an hour before cooking
and they will be less liable to turn
dark after they are boiled.
When cutting fudge when cold, or
aby candy, itf it does not cut nicely,
try heating the knife and it will cut
much easier.
If by some misfortune your cake
should burn, an effective instrument
for removing, the burnt crust is a flat
grater. It is far better than a knife
In that it does the work more even-
ly and leaves a smoother surface for
the icing.
Never wear cotton or linen un-
derclothing in winter. "When it be-
comes damp from perspiration it is
air-tight, and a draught striking it
converts it into a cold-storage lin-
ing which could not be better design-
ed for pneumonia." A wool garment
will take up the perspiration, and the
warmth of the body will evaporate it.
Habitually eating soft foods, to the
,exclusion of everything that is hart
or crusty, will not only weaken the
digestive organs, -but will lead to
rapid decay of the teeth. When these
are not used in the mastication Of
harder foods, they .become weak, just
as any muscle will that is not given
suffilent work to do.

The Secret of Poverty.
i Dr. Woods Hutchinson of New
York unlocked the secret of general
poverty in an address'at the Ameri-
can Museum of Natural History In
New York early this month, when be
said: "What is killing the peop|o of
this city may be stated as overwork,
underfeeding and overcrowding; and
two of these may be Inoleuded under
the one word 'underpid.' The mes-
sage of the church and of medicine
today to the oommunlty is not 'lyve
to the poor,' but 'Oon't take so muobh
away from them.' **-The Public.

A New York druggist, who has been
In the business for 40 years, says that
there are U.,000 proprietary medicine
for sale in the city.


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It was a common practice amons
factory employees not so many years
ago to apply tobacco, cobwebs, shay.
Ifgo or a coat of shellac to a wound
accidentally received while at work.
MThese rough and ready rectbods to
day are replaced in practically every
factory by more or less elaborate
equipment for first aid to the Injur-
ed.
To facilitate the treatment of Injured
employees at the plant of a well
known manufacturing company a lo-
cal hospital has been established,
equipped with iron hospital beds, op-
erating table and a complete set of
surgical Instruments. Dustproof
boxes containing antiseptic gauze,
absortent cotton, a cup and pins, as
well as an enamelled pall for use In
washing wounds, are placed In read-
ily accessible places in all parts of
the works for emergencies.
Occasionally accidents in a factory
are of such a nature that immediate
attention Is necessary. To meet
these cases one plant has Installed a
hospital signal system. By pushing i
button in any part of the shop, says
System, a red light is switched -ii
the assembly department, where the
hospital attendant works, nnd the in
jured employee is taken immediately
to the hospital, where he is met by
the attendant. The attendant Is a
graduate of the course of first aid to
the injured and is competent to take
care of any simile cases of flesh
wounds and bruises.
A careful record is kept of all
cases treated. The accidents for the
most part are not all serious, an.]
the time saved in treating a flesh
wound or bruise can be actually cred-
ited against the cost of the necessary
equipment.

Learn to Use the Telephone.

"Only about one person in every
ten knows how properly to use the
telephone," said a district manager
of one of the local companies. '*Ye*.
sir, I'll stand by my guns on that
assertion; and I think I can prove
my point. Nine out of every ten per-
sons talk entirely too loud over the
telephone. They actually shout and
make so much noise that they drown
out all semblance of clearn:sa. Then
they can't hear, and the first thing
you know there Is a comp'aint about
poor connection and faulty service.
The correct way to talk over the tele-
phone is to talk as you do in orli-
nary conversation, or even a trifle
lower. People can't seem to realize
that th9 telephone will carry a whis-
-per even. No, they must talk loud
enough to be heard from Tenth and
Chestnut streets to Germantown. If
* those be the connected points. Just
try yourself. Try tLe low, well-modu-
lated voice, and see if you do not get
infinitely better service out of your
telephone in the future."-Philadel-
phia Record.

Managers and Plays.
very time there is a vigorous pro-
test against indecent pi)ys the pro-
ducers and managers, through some
of their number, cover themselves
with the cloak of "public demand." It
is an old evasion. It is most con-
venient. And, superficially, it sla de-


cepUve. To be sure, no manager
would continue to offer an indecent
play It no one went to see it. The
public has its share in the responti*
blWty, for It takes both goods and custo-
mers to make a sale. But you cannot
Indict a people, whereas you can in-
diet an individual or an organilatfou.
Bad plays promote bad taste. The
f'. W g WOtnoU of bad taste adds profits to
te producer of bad plays. Thus
thewe is established between the pro-
,. deam and their followlg what the
A 4asl l "aviiou 'circle." Tbu


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AI '00"" Id KW Imqqa.
It I "or- a 0. lo* = we
manrMisae OW b bave osprint it
would be rmpefrnilt The other day
am old .d In la lorMa sRot me a
grape-fruit that, weighed seven
pounds. That is the record, be said.
Oape-fruit, we are told,, derived its
name' from is fancied reseahlbance to
the taste of the grape! It more thao
likely was an osage orange in a wild
state brought down to domestic cul-
tivation, crossed with the orange or
lemon by nature's methods. It ia
grown In all tropical countries, and
is now especially fine In Florida and
along the lower California coast. The
acid Is better than that of the lime
for awakening the liver and thinning
the blood.
The Kumquat cumquatt or eum-
quot), like the grape-frult. Is mis-
understood by many who go Into the
market for ripe fruit. Names for
grape-fruit better known than that
by which this big lemno1torange is
so!d here are pomelos and shaddocks.
The kumquat Is exactly like a plum-
tomato In size and shape, but has a
sort of sharp acid pulp and a sweet
rind. It came to us from Japan and
China, and is fine for preserving.-
New York Press.
A Back-Water Town.
"It wa-s one of those sleepy, one-
horse, back-water towns, like Squash,"
said Representative Burton, describ-
ing at a Hot Springs dinner a town
that he disliked.
"Squash is the limit. A gentleman
arrived there the other day and
wanted a hair cut. He found the bar-
ber shop, and, after shaking the bir.
ber vigorously, managed to awaken
him.
"'How long will It take you to cut
my hair, barber?' he asked.
"'Not long, bors,' said the barber.
And he rose, yawned and stretched
himself. Then he called upstairs to
his wife:
"'Hey, send the kid down to the
newspaper office to tell the editor I
want my slrssors just as soon as he's
done editin' the paper. There's a gent
here waitin' for a hair ,ut.'"
The Art of Seeing.
In his Royal Institution Ircture Sir
Hubert von llerkomer incidentally
touched on Vhe point that no two peo-
ple seem to see alike, as Illustrated by
the familiar exp. ilence that twenty
eye-witnesses of a street accident will
give twenty widhlely varying accounts
'tf its details. We had an instance of
this recently in the case of the Tot-
tenham outrage, and few failed to
observe the extraordinary fact that,
when the D)rucc coffin was opened,
two reporters made hopelessly diver-
gent statements as to t;he beard-the
very thing that was most interesting.
-Pall Mall Gazette.


Birthdays and Health.
For several years I have noticed
that In a period of from asoout three
to two weeks preceding the anniver-
sary of my birth I have had a feeling
of returning vigor, a renewal of vital-
ity such as I have not experienced at
any other time of the year. Tfiis
has lasted for from two to eight days,
but has always ceased some days be-
fore the anniversary. Hence it has
occurred to mie that there may be
some connection between the ap-
proach of the recurrence of one's
birthdate and the maintenance of
one's health.-London Graphic.
Inventor of Hansom Cab.
The hansom cab wu the invention
of Joseph Aloyslus hansom, an emin-
ent English architect, who flourished
about 75 years ago. He invented
what he called the patent safety cab
about 1833 and died In 1883.


To Aid Country's Industries.
The Japanese government has do-
ioded to Import ard lease machinery
for small i.aufacoturing o as to d:-
verwify aad locrese the various In.
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Verse at all-it's an escape of gas."
Poet-"Ah, I see-something wrong with the metre."-The Sketch.
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New President of Panama.
Senor Don Jose Domingo de Obal-
Ala, who has been elected President
of the Republic of Panama to suc-
S Ced President Amador, was until
S 3iy jaMinister from Panama to tho
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creation of the republic in
, e is a native of Panama,
years old, and was in Bo-
n. l the United States until
ty-fourth year, when he re-
to Panama and became con-
with the large business Inter-
h s father. Senor Obaldia is
the largest stock raisers in
Amerlca and exports horses.
mea. He was Governor
whea It belonged to Col-
is a conservative In poll-


An Eveless den.
One of the odd sights of the city
may be seen each school morning
over on East Fifteenth street. There
you may find a building with about
1600 occupants rnd not a single wo-
man among them. It iS 8tuyvesant
High School. From clerk to princi-
pal every position is filled by men,
and when they are all assembled
with their 1500 boys in the auditor-
ium the absence of shirt waists oand
hair ribbons is as impressive as it is
conspicuous.-New York Times.

Telephone Sapporter.
An exceedingly useful and practi-
cal telephone supporter for business
use has been designed by a Mausaahu-
setts man. Instead of placing the ap-
paratus at the side of the desk, as is
usually done, it is supported on a
bracket on the top of the desk.
Whether sitting or standing, the user
can always swing the 'phone to the
position most desired. He does not
have to change fis position. It he
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ObMwie defeated Preeldent
I idt. for President,
ObaldJ was Am s -- -,k. **

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More ist -a or look for ot jobs.
t ay O tthep-i t M bo um o
vise. ft am dds wm RIt Me d
Ra I**mT the O es W oohod Wr s-o
a* ext e ora a sot r ato th
Joiet a f ialek bemW O ate It noev
er -go aep sent it Ftoo
Wbole oettW e( t oA to ite
s as bo to 1 mptod- to arv ts
melted sad tho ema wo tIs sed
to reee1 i o s6inte1 whewlther hio
kmnow t or t t.a Lmh -t av r
iosIime to orret te Otl of tip.
Ntoping sluce _e -botete out
It "an bo murtailed by In dfl" b*
It. The aeftept as4 ut it Is groi
Ing. People will oostlue to hMke
small proseuts to, f'tHftul e" ats
as lon g a some e haore m o"M to
serve and some to be served, but the
time tois oe6ming when they will do
so only th rough aoice, and not fro
compulslio.--Washington Post
Well Aeualntod.
Not long since the notice. "Court
adjourned sine die" was posted on
the door of a certain court. 8ome
gentleman with an artistic and high-
ly trained sense of humor added a
"d" to thO word "die" and went on
his way rejoicing.
Next day a person who makes a
practice of haunting the public
buildings and professes acquaintance
with every well-known man in the vi-
cinity dropped into the clerk's office.
"See here." he said "when did
Sine shuffle off this mortal coil "
"WhAt"s that?" demanded the as-
tonlshed clerk.
"When did Sine die? I see thf,
courts are closed on account f it."
"Oh!" said the clerk, pulling him.
self together, "he.died yesterday. Did
you know him?"
"Know him? I should say I did!
Knew his father before him. Too
oad. ain't it?"
And Sine's -bereaved friend passed
out with bis burden of sorrow.--Tit
Bits.
The Climate of Yuma.
The government Is considerate of
the homeseekers and is not going to
make them go to Tuma in the sum- ,
mer to settle on the ndian lands
when they are opened. It Is going
to wait for the cool 'weather and let
them get used to things before the
next heated term comes on. Uncle
Samn Is wise; Yuma climate is fine
when you get used to it and it Is
never so bad as it has a reputation of
being, ut it would strike an eastern
er as beings pretty mean If he hap-
pened to settle down there aboAt
June, July or August, and he might
got dMatifed. With a winter speo
there, however, he would be ready
for the summer heat next year and
would stiok, for Tma winters have
few rivatl for pleasantness.-bl
Paso Herald.
Harriet Beesher Stews's Piee.
Mrs. Btowe mned to go through the
streets of Brunewek with a brown
paper bundle apd a now bought
broom-the picture of the womanly
Independence, you desire for the am
thor of "Unclo Tom's Cabin." But
In a recent after-dinner peeooh In
the town -ll, a friet4 of Yreddy'4
Stove's, whn the Itowes lived in


Bruonwlok, -Id that although Mrs.
Stowe bad written a 6ook to thrill
the worl4, her pies ad4 makes were
abeamahae. Omo is fllt d todthink
that the e oo- l iad dllUful Mrs.
stovoeed havea mde good ke k ad
U Itf A Ib d wVnte WtreaMs.
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BUSINESS, no matter
where looted. If yot de
sir to sell send us de-
mription and prioe.

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where, let us know your
wants, we can fill your
requirements and save you
time and money.
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ept. 1o, Bank of Co ummm
Bulldiag, MIaneapolls, Miaseta.



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Tickets on sale February. 8th, March let, 2 and and rd. final limit to
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Great Military Parade.
For further Inforation, reservations, etc., call on nearest Ucket
agent, or write
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no darning for six months. If they
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I Of all aytle al lSeats to Vnlcb
the b m I a rne wis subject ay o
the teeth Is perhaps t e m gen
al and wklespreqd. This Is tre at
least of modern tUme.' fr examlwa
ties of ancient skut hba *shown that
although the ancients suffered fona
decaying teeth they ,did not suffer
to such an extent as we do today.
The examination of the school chil-
dren of the present day betrays an
appalling state of affairs in this re
gard.
We know that the tooth Itself is
covered with a shield of cnam.l
which is intended to remain intact
and preserve the dentine. or real
tooth material, from tehe assaults of
harmful germs formed in the mouth,
*principally by reason of the lodg.
ment of particles of food between the
teeth or in small depressions and
dents. Certain kinds oil food, es-
pecially sugars and storey foods, if
allowed to remain in contact with the
teeth set up an acid fermentation,
during which the bacteria which ara
produced literally feetr upon the
teeth, first eating away the enamel
and when that is gone burrowing
down into the dentine until the pulp
of the tooth is exposed. As soon as
they reach the nerve of the tooth a
terrible toothache announces the fact.
There are three causes behind all
thls troub'e-improper" food, wrong
ways of eating and lack of cleanli-
ness. The mistake of serving too
much overcooked, soft food Is re-
sponsible for much of the trouble,
and this is just as true for little chll.
dren as it is for adults. The teeth were
given us to bite with and to chew
with and if they are defrauded of
their natural work they become un-
healthy.
In addition to this, certain articles
of food. such as raw apples and
nuts, which call for mastication be-
fore swallowing, aroe absolutely
cleansing in their effect upon the
teeth. Mechanically they remove
masses of soft decomposing material.
Besides this, masticating promotes
-the flow of saliva, ,which in its turn
h6lps the growth of the good germs
which are needed to fight the bald
ones, for it should be remembered
when it is said, that the mouth i3
always full of bacteria, that the good
germs are making a brave fight
there as well as everywhere else In
the body.
Finally a toothbrush should be the
first birthday present, and its reg-
ular and persistent use should be
made a most important part of the
child's early training. A simple alka-
line. toothwash, or cream should be
used once a day, and the dentist
should be consulted at regular inter-
vals, 'because there is no matter in
which prevention is so surely better
than oure as in the care of the teeth.
-Youth's Con pan ion.
GARMENTS OF SKIN.


Great Quantities of Leather Now
Tanned for the Trade of Tailors.
The tanning of fur skins for gar.
Inents is now extensively carried on
In Lynn, Peabody and Salem and in
other leather centres. Peabody firms
are making considerable quantities
of leather for garnments.
One sheepskin tanner of Peabody
says that the purchase of leather by
tailors is now surprisingly large.

Sheep and goat are the skins chlofly
tanned in the North Shore district.
According to the Shoe and Leather
Paper, the sheepskins are made into
ine silky white or colored fur skins
for baby robes and rugs, and also for
muffs, collar pieces, and even whole
oosts for bchldren. Another trade Is
tanned with the wool on for coats for
motormue, expresmen, milkmhl sad
other ito eare out of doors la owd
weatho. ,
USA *&spo letter Ii sobV fo

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KO .. About 40 a&re, saone tUo
ber, 13 A, feaeed and cultivated. HOlu
d aboUt 4 rooms, barn, etN,,yltin oxi
ss of poMtOl andt depb A bar
ai at $M.0.0 -Terms iU df.ired. -
Noe. 1 O acres, aouse, bar., 0t4,
1t A. Cleared, fne farm land, 3 1-2
anles from postoffcee. Cood locaUton
for any one wanting to raise cattle
Sshdeep. MRoue two stories, 16x30.
with L, two stories, 15x2E. Prite
$2,500.
No. 4. 8,600 acres, river 3 sides ft
I. one side, fence 1 mile. Would ftni:e
ft aL For 'oattle ranch, coUlM't be
beat. Has 2 million feet pine, 1 1.2
alllion cypress, 6 million feet of ash.
gum, hickory, maple, magnolia, etc.
Good wharf, 8-room house and farm
About 60 A. Under fence. The prine,
$6.00 an acre. If you mean business
sooe and see this.
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
Intag room and large living room, about
two acres laud recently set out in or-
ang3 trees, nicely situated In center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
or sale. Photo.
Stock for sale In a stock company
that is growing oranges and grape.
fruit. Started business five years
ago and from 2 per cent paid the 1st
year the stock paid 10 per cent the
4th year. Shares are $100 each. Send
for booklet.

No. 85. Pineaplle lands In Dade
county, on railroad. 5 acre lots, $20
per acre. If you want pineapple land
or a plnery 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.
WANTED.
A good hotel man to put a little mon-
ey and his time winters Into a hotel
company to build and run $20,b60 to
$25,000 hotel. A man with less than


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Malso for orange or pe ehes, sh-tM
20 areas cleared, fens not la best of
shapa, small boa-e ed p Mg behse.
No. 2"-,80 soacres land suitable fo
eattle oe; woose of the Cneot gar
d0e land, mall mange grove, flowlai
wells of pure water, froatlon on St
4phas river with Florida East Coast
Ajqwaj& running through tlie property.
Ask the price.
Do you want an Interest In bearing
MUSp grove? No better Investment
la Florlda. V'jite for particulars, **
tmate of profta, expenses, etc.
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No. 100. 20-room house. Cost over
$3,600.00 to build. 35 acres land.
1,500 peach trees just planted. 201
young orange trees. Barn new roof
last year. Nice location; shelled
Street and sidewalk on front. Price
$3.500.00. A good opening for some
one to makc expenses by taking
boarders while fruit trees are coming
into bearing. Easy terms. Photo.
Buy 'your ,ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It cosb less
than to go farther south and then come
back.

No. 1-. BuIlding l1te, Mt100 feet
for $16 each. Send for plat.

We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18,000. Write us
about price you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.
There are orange groves here that
are paying from i100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down lt
December for his health, bout 10
acres of land for $500, had it set out
to oranges and grapefruit* and before
he left in sVring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his ex-
penses for the winter. He refused to
sell.'


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Real Estate Agency,

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BEACH & MILLER LINE.
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Sales Agent,


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COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
HUALTHY, high pine woods country. Convenient for side trip to St.
Augustine and all East Coast points. Ocklawaha and St. Johns River steam.
rs stop at the wharL GOOD HUNTING, some fishing; guides and dog
esa be had on short aodtl\ 400 aore.
OF ORANGE GROVES.
House is situated nl 15-sore Orange grove, one block from Depot, 8*4
mile from River.
Rates: $10.00 per week; $.00 per day. For reservations write


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no petmeas. The have been oa the market for youar
At all the sgea hbotes b the *ast.Oast
At the Club Ho*se the Florlds Automobile Asseeatit
an DaytowOrmond Beach.
Oa bard the famous St. Johns tad Oldawaha iv
By the q loa News company on the lated talus
At all IelclaM Hotels, 0lub,.and Oafes
The blo4uda T t knows and lves them well. Why
dba6t you get t6d?
Por eoavaleeem of our mall order ablds we put mne o
ouer bet brads lan boe of 113 gan a eac and will deliver
fse anywhere nla the United states at folowlag prioess
O* d 13 Paeotela for 16 oents, retail pr e 10 oentc
S utaaos for s1 oonta, 10 o* <" .
-* Club a $.e 0 etampricet I oeants, o
S mtavinelbles 91.25 etat*prioe 0 osets.
Imperial n.3 retail prse esats.o

S. W. ROWLEY,
San Mateo, Florida.


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varieties, the right trees. They Growl They Bead
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are TRUE to NAME Cat of PEACHES and
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SSEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, u
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York. 0
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. N
Seaboard Florida Limited
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Seaboard Mail
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullman Vestibultd
Train, St Augustine and Jack sonuvlle to Now York via Richmond
pad Washington. Dining car (a la carte service), Double Drawing
Room, Sleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. Leave St.
Augustiae 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonville 12:55 p. m. dally, including
Suttday&. I
Der full Information and sl-per reservationis, call on any agent.,
Seaboard, or write:
8. 0. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
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too Tar snt of the ecemful light an eg m eU trets
)s t out la Matgand in 190.. Tb Is can be oper"t M
t' aloobol, sand has won twenty-4ls gold ad silver miIMIS
am d other compettloea before agrieultral sand her o'
dl4Reent countries. Complete, the mseekse weigh thkirt*4tw ba-
(884 posmde). Motive power is supplied by anS 1SO a..
er opposed engine disposed longitudially nla the trami Pl o
9 mstal cover. A pulley s fitted Spr stationary work, --h ttI.e
end driving a dynamo. Hauling a threte-trrow MW. he, tU O&
plowe4 six ores In nine bouts to a depth of seven l ash a 4fW,'
Iof twety gallons of mgasole or kerosene and one gallem of I11
I$ One user, after two y 'ars experience, claimed to bave do" Wth
e aso average as much plowing as he could* do In the @am timU W1th
-MM of three horses, three men and three boys-that is. 2, S4 M M r
1tti to a depth of six inches. With one six-toot reaper and bbdi
S^ % acres of grain could be cut In an hour on a consumM60' t%
of gasoline and one pint of oil. Two small binders can. = be
d on suitable ground. Another user found that It would easily drive a
4 0 double blast threshing machine, and at the same time a straw triSw.'
wore powerful tractors are built for plowing and reaping on a more extensive
sue4 sas ue the 50horse power Saunderson Universal motor, also bullt In
00 a d. Like the Ivel, It is a three wheeled machine. but it drives by a pair
1 tf front wheels and It totally different In construction and appearance, the
-, lloe standing verticaly between the front wheels. The tmildeMr u. now
bringInf out two small tractors of 20 and 30-35-horse power, which will
S ave four wheels and drive by the rear pair. -
Agents of the government are looking for new supplies of horses unable
for military use. Usually such purchases have been made by contract In the
middle western States, but it is claimed that animals of equally good quality
J can be bought In the east. The dificulty is that such stock has usually been
beld at prices too high to compete with the western growers. It Is a strange
fact that horses raised In the eastern Statos on land valued at not more than
a quarter part of the price of average land in the middle western States are
held at higher prices than western horses. It looks as if there were a chaMce
for a proft somewhere in the future for horse raising on low priced eastem
Sarms.


I W Possum Defended.
PBy One Who Knows.
a native southerner who has been fortunate enough to have In-
dulged In that delicacy on numerous occasions I would feel dis-
SIloyal not to take up the gauntlctt in Brother Possum's defence.
My father was particularly fond of the meat and it was a regular
dish on his table in season. He became quite well known in his
locality Us a ready puroh&ler of live posaums and the negroes
for miles around brought them to his door. He never refused to
J Wat tthe market price, and J have seen as many as eight at a time caged
Ita maml house built for the purpose In our yard.
There is but one proper way to prepare a possum for food. That way
w,' Js to capture him alive, which is customary, and then keep him for several
eekl to fatten, feeding him on sorapa from the table, such as you would
feed to a cat or dog. In this way his meat becomes refined, he loses that
Setreme "gamy" flavor and gets very fat.
After killing by breaking his neck the skin should be cleaned of hair by
scalding. After cleaning the carcass should asoak over night in a fairly strong
' b~rlne. When ready to cook he should be taken from the brine, rinsed off IW
ookl water and boilled for about one hour or more, according to size, in water
la which dave been placed several pods of dried red peppers.
Berve on a large platter with the rice on the bottom forming a bed for
the posSum, which should be placed back up and be surrounded with the
S potatoes.
This dish is guaranteed to tickle the palate of the most fastidious, and
S It- fairly makes my mouth water now to think about it.
Those who have eaten possum and hate failed to like it are generally
S those who have not had an opportunity to taste it prepared "according to
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human Nature.
fly Oeorge A. Thayer.


thousands of years! He has been punished for his mistakes;
ho has been rewarded for his suocesful finds of whWewiM
work for tim and for his fellow-men together. That bees
the most Important of acquirements of this our human nat&& ,
that it hms been taught bow to do the things which would Jotl
it to the greatest possible number of other minds; and so hk-
HItng In a bunch together, has achieved millions of fold more thas
inmj a could have acomldlWhed. I
goverommnt Is superior to monarchies, if at all, In that it gts
Fpe ~~o-laborig, each for the rest, than a govermeat wai serve
saly a olasm, a few nobility aristocrats and princes. If te
Is t better than any previous religion, it superiority must
imankind how to be united for the main truths of morality,
e, astce, breoiom, wbikh *me has developed as the fWest and
as uaot moonuaMee e ChrIstenanm. 34t iesa demtooal
c Oemma t AmelMA esuaMe* t imalb, lnor uil these
Ppa Uatil aWud, .violec, triekry, Intempoerme unaJtlr,
*St4olsl mad, d trueotve atuemr of the prldtlve a
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Beautiful new Poplins, in plain


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Linens, Satin Repps,


Piques, Madras, Fancy Wash Goods

and all the pretty new White Goods,


SILK SUITS,


many other new things now in.

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