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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: April 10, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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SAN MATEO, FLA., APR. 10, 1909. Piblishd VIly, $I.00 ltew.


t ,-I Now Counnefl Organized.

S* The City Council met in regular
session Tuesday evening.
The election returns were canvass-
ed and the new officers sworn in.
The old Board then adjourned.
LoOal Weather Report. The meeting of the new Council
was called to order and J. A. Crosby
TaMPURATUBR: was elected President. Upon motion
Apr. 8,-Min.... -. Max.... .76. traws were drawn to determine
4.- ... .67. ... 83. which three members should hold
5,- ....55. .... office for two years, and this re-
6,- ....64. ..87. suited in the selection of Council-
7,- ....4. ....b6. men H. B. Bailey, H. R. Goodwin
8,-- 00. ... .85. and J. A. Crosby.
The first Tuesday in each month
Harold Merryday, Esq., of Palat- was selected for the regular monthly
ka, was in town Thursday. meeting. After considerable dis-
cussion regarding the assessing of
Misa Georgia Johnson spent a few town taxes in order to extend the
daif last week with her cousin, Mrs. hard roads, it was decided to take
T. L. Ramsey. no action before the next meeting
by which time the several members
,C. Baron and family, Mrs. Hoag of the Board are to ascertain the
and Miss Grace Ounn left Wednes- sentiment of the San Mateo people.
for their Northern homes. as far as possible, regarding the
ipatUer and report at the next meet-
Mrs. T. L. Ramas y .left Thursday Ing,of the Council.
for Port Orange and Bawke's Park Meeting then adjourned.
to visit her brothers and sifters. -
A majority of the Board were t4n
Mrs. D. B. Mills, who has been favor of assessing a small fax and
spending the winter at DeLand, s. building a little hard road every
spending few days here while year. Ten nulls on ihe County val-
rote to Sanduosky, Ohio. nation is as much as can be levied
under thq town's charter, the abut-

Mrs. Budd and Mr. Chas,. stin,gting property upon each side of such
who have been visiting Mrs.'J. D. streets as are paved paying one-
ry, left Mondy o the reent fourth the cost and the town paying
Gray, left Monday on the Crescent o Tle County valuation of
for their Jacksonville and Tallahas.-one-half. The County vai action of
San Mateo city property Is &abut
ee omes. $60,000. A five-mill assessment
would give the town about $260 a
Miss Kerr, of Kankakee, Ill., is year, and ten mills $600. Shell costs
expected soon from St. Petersburg about $1,000 per mile. Ift we could
for a short visit here to Mrs. J. A. get one-balf mile ot hard road a year
Crosby. Miss Kerr has been spend- It would not be many years before
Inghbe winter at St. Petersburg and San Mateo would have all of its
is oen soute North. streets paved. Shall we do It? That
-_ is the question.
Wq understood that the steamer NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
O()resct will go on the run from Pa- TAX DEED.
satka to Ja.ksonvlle beginning next Notice is hereby given that J. R.
fotrday. Sbe w4ll go to Oreaqint Halsey, purchaser o Tax Certificate
City Saturday nights oly nd l py. No. 777, dated lit day of July, A.
.n--- D., 180W, has filed said certificate
Iag here Monday mornings e ly.In mIy oce and has made applica-
This sobedelq will only .last dlMW| Stion for tax deed to issue In accord-
the potau qsh from Yopral Po" & anee witb law. Sald certifloate em-
braooS the following described prop-
S ty slate, In Putnam Coenty,

Theb 8 Mae4 city election was % of aw of se ofsw4, Section
ToV 79, Townsshp I 8I lS range 9 E.-
o= M VVWeaa- lV#WP sley$ 1**aud bo Uingassessed at
J4WNWp4f l*minsy ik. Sthe date of waweoe of such oertif-
walt^^ eSi gN ag M. eaetb lae Ithae Masat of John Harnett.
.. t-g sa.d ,aS Nflaia de shall be re.
*wI N.* deed ,.l--e-- the law, tax- deZed
Ja S. R. IkwJ^KImr. v verEMM ew the 16th day of


To Meet at Palatka.
The annual meeting of the County
Commissioners and Good Roads As-
soclation of Florida will convene int
thle city of Palatka, Tuesday morn-
ing April 27.
The annual meetings have always
been held on the third Tuesday inl
June, but owing to the legislature
occurring this year, the meeting is
called earlier.
The subject of improved roads is
commanding more active and prac-
tPal consideration at thin time than
any other question of Internal im-
provement in the states and terri-
tories of the Anterican Inion. Agri-
cultural, commercial, industrial.
transportation, religious, ed ucat ional
social, and public interest are de-
nianding a system of permanent
high-ways commensurate with the
needs of the county. Theit proceed-
Ings of the convention will inolude
addresses and discussions upon the
scientifle, ethic and economic phases
of the subject and its relation to In.
Jiustrial progress and developments.
Legislation pertaining to state co-
operation and supervision, financial
ways and means, the use of convicts
and other details of the subject will
receive practical consideration.
State and county officials, mayors
of cities, officers of commercial, agri-
cultural, industrial, transportation,
development, civic improvement atnd
all good roads ad vocates are earnest-
ly requested to be present.
A special Invitation is extended to
the press of the state.
Palatka spreads royal welcome to
her guests and bids all come. Special
hotel rates. Badges for all delegates.


State papers please copy.-Ocala
Cor. Timies-Union.

The Markets.
From the N. Y. Produce N ews.
Celery movement here is at Its
height and It is estimated that about
one-third of the crop has been ship-
ped. The entire crop will not be
marketed until the last of April.
The price received during the week
ranged 4*.2536, which is very satis-
factory to the growers.-Manatee,
Fla., Apr.S .
Large shipments of tomatoes are
going forward every day at the rate
of two or three carloads and also a
number of crates by freight and ex-
press. The low market has caused
the rwer to bold back tomatoes as
muoh as they can as they expect ant
advance in the market. There are
shipments of the very finest stock
he, bat no early variety was plant.
ed this season. Another new paek-
Ilgi bou* is rapidly hearing oem.
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will be four large packing houses
running full time.-Pompano, Fla.,
Apr. Ist. ,

From all report there is a banner
crop of potatoes a& Hastings. .'You
may say foi mes,'' said a prominent
commission mnan, 'hat the Hasitngs
crop was never better than thlis'year,
anid as there are 4,.00) acres planted
there will be something doing after
Apr. r." Some of the .comniiisdiol
men are already on the ground and
business will begin in earnest next
week.-lHastings, Fla. Apr. Ist

The following gentlemeni have aus
slg-nified their intentions of going to
California April 2) with the orange
growers: Hon T. C. Taliafero, A. C.
(lewes and Col. E. R. (unby. The
counHel will go as tie legal repre-
sentative of the orange growers.-
Tampa, Fla., Apr. 2.

The vegetable growers of McIntosh
are happy. They .re getting $2 net
for lettuce and $1.50(&2 for cabbage
and are cutting from. (000(7(X) ham-
pers of lettuce to the acre, anid 176(&
200 crates of cabbage. Five solid
cars left here during the week be-
sides the express shiplments.-Mc-
Intosh, Fla., Apr. Int.

NOTICE OF INTKNTRW TOJ API'LY TO THE
I.EUILATURKKOF TilE STATE O'P OIAK-
IDlA P(ltRTHI VALIDATION OF RCE(ST
ELECTION IIELD IN PUTNAM COUNTY
AUTIIOKIZING AN BlibU Of slW.,ooo 4F
BONI)M.
To All Whom It May Concern:
TAKE NOTICK THAT SIXTY (001) DAYS
ifter the publicls, on heretf, we, the under-
signed citi.'ii and County Conniluaiones of
I'utnant County. 8ItS1 of FVlorida intend go ap-
ply to s ll 1Agilatureof thestateof Floridaast
lts next s efion A. I). I0 ftor $heunactient ofta
law legalizing and validating the election bad
ani' held in Putnanm u ilor. tFlorida. on Brd
day of Novemnter A.. ,.), to determine
whether or Dot the boW a prpoMd in a reeou-
ti-n of the Board uf O=iYa" y mmlsulonerm of
I'utnain Counly. Vlorif, l follow to-wit:
The sum of one Ilund Tlioha nd dnll9ir for
hard Surfaced hitghwis, the suof Frtpy-eve
Thousand dollars for a ridge over and saorw
the St. Johns River at Palatks, lorida and the
samn of Ten Thousand dollars for a Bridge over
and acrom Dune' Orrek, a small bridge rroM
Banana M!! int Coomlmilowrs Distriet No. b.
and other bridges thai may be neeeasary. and
the sum Thirty-five Thousand dollars forer.ct-
ing a County Court House at Palatha. Florida.
should be eraed, andalf op vldst. 4 aid bond
issue and each _a d *Tud art ihereofsand to ap-
prove and val date ea ad every bond that
may toe I*sud under by authority of maid
election and to cure ll defect and irregular-
Itle. stbat may exist ilald election. the csili
holaiSg and eanvaasin of said election and ful-
ly empower and authOlsle the it us, xeIiclltion
and ile of said boe. '
I c. MTrPHKNc.
Chairman Board County Coam iiinimuneras.
Put aam Countv, Florida.
B. T. O)LANA,
T. J. ROGKiS.
W. C. ALVKRM.
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Members, Board of County Conimnimiloners.
rutnam Coaly, FIlorlda.
Palaika, Florida, thi t dayi of MareX6,. i .
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NO. 04 PARK PLAOE, NEW YORK.


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WRITE FOR STENCIL.


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OUR SPECIALTIEt.


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Vegetables in Season.

Geo. B. Long & Co.,
149 Michiran Street. Buffalo. N. Y.
WE HAVE BRANCH STORES AT ERIE, PA., AND OI1 CITY, PA.
REFERENCES:
Florida Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.


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Florida Fruits and Produce


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S.. tifk prt- |frlm which f. h an-. u i e f i s
au the.me esaUI~1 W w.e. e.t, will,6p hlr a?
amn te meweek without 0eXmlng amtbd.
Snowdlea of e sat Good b tter shU t as ty
the y a. posstle the tllowfg standard
Sah makinetace with mak up: ttei at 14 ea*mt;
% that. wUl. u the but aseta 1 per ent; atas (t-el*diag
t~osol f ai as th qua"tty and salt) pe, cst; ater 11 per cet.
Sf milk are eofirneotrS The demand for good butter Is
every man or woman the greater than ever, and as a Satural
is adapted to tetr maklang a result, the prices are oo
tU -isb clWrly shown by the great h1@r. The careful dryman
ttles of Inferior buWter that "d eake a very good profit from Nt erd
ILf Mway from the farm to tte cIW rom- te *al of the butter t ,
'rkhets. Evidently there is a 4d- and at the same time he dat eaftJl
*d lack of butter making knolwedP. maintain the fertility of hise m by
iVs Infterior product brought Int of bie daiy anlmals.--.4. 8.
tM MaA*9t really should not possibly Chamberlaln ti the Indiana tarmer.
b, befatse It is just i easy to mak* .e.
Pood butter as It is to.make the pOe PARN NOMr* .
quafty. A little mote care OB the Dampness la the poultry houne must
part of the farm butt# nmakert In oet- wt be allowed." Remember also that
orMl would belp natters in this dl tresh air is a tonic, and that poultry
reetin a great d a. They might Just of all kinds will do mes Letter Ift
as well give the consumers a good their roosting quarters are well yvea
palatable product at a higher priee, tUiltod.
as the Indifferenit staff usually pass- Gresn bond and ecraps of waste can
lng for butter at a low fiure per often be bought at the butcher shop
pound. When the city people pay *t a reasonable rice, and this makes
from thirty to forty cents per pound an excellent feed for poultry If given
for butter, they have a right to ex- to them while fresh. Never .feed de-
peot a good quality, but often fall to cayed meat -
get what they .pay for. When the ground is frozen and
. Not only is buUer. often unduly snow covered where do your biddies
Ohai kd J y lakof *kil l d knowledge procure their grit, or teeth, unless you
. &klnk it, 4mt finugtty, taltting have thoughtfully provided It? 8ome
is due to unsanitary handling sd farms are all ploked over, and there
packing. Keeping butter la unsanitary is no grit to be found there, even In
surroundings and in places In Which summer.
6.d e M are rampant will also caue It is a mistake to try to keep too
* damaged flavor, as tbis dairy prod- many hens for the room you have.
uet is very susceptible to oontmnlnaI Better drop off a lot of them and give
iOn tby the absorptiod~ of various 8 the rest a chine*. You Will do bet.
e "M edortm a ter. and so will the hnas.
shog brt of a little fundament In building the house do not have
al education can. or ng a change i' the roots too thigh. Aa oot or two
the metbod Wsuadly some farmer is high enouh. There Is danger of
jolk, who Insist in producing and fowls injuring themselves lying down
marketng an Inferior grade of butter. from a high roost, especially the hoav-
The worst hJinderance to the making ier birds.
of good butter is the productioP of Old toes commence saying late and
afk In unclean and consequently, un- ltave off early. Old hetas, unless they
analtary surroundings. Better and are very valuable as breeders, are t
cleaner barns and stables are needed seldom profitable to keep, considering
In many a dairy before the milk and their record throughout the entire g
the butter yIlkded. ro It will be up yo. .
to the standard teqired by the con- If the bhe will not pay for her J
smer. ;- board la *gs, she should be made
nla the old hand skilaming proce. to yield a profit by being slaughtered
,s a general thing, the milk was al- ad her caroass sold. MN poultryman
wtoed to sour before the cream was should keep drones; #e aemnot afford D
rwtoved. If this souring proos was t,
carried too far, before sklimang took iEperiments have proved that a ben P
place, the chances were that the but- in good condition will eat, oan.-a aver. I
ta6 made tfomtthe cram wes very-' age, three ounces of mash In the a
eoler, and poor In Saver. Them, too* morain, two ounce of gsaln at noon, t
the ream, after It had been tak and four ounces of grals at alight. h
OW the milk was left to ripen before People who have had the experi- o
lon- %pe aow it to oe a positive fact U
ts ws *tIuSlg that treating the toes, combs or wat. t'
S, tties of a -en will put a stop to eg.-
(Itt to the butter Lu to iodUeon. Is
Laritaie *t tb millk ?ooeod There is kaack In feediang hens that U
11* the rsea *t e m *sI atu be learned by experience. 5te
A this leeat the Ititlt Steps hens should be well fed and yet el. ly
adton of butyrlo aes4 are wys W l .le henagry. a
.Ma dKp cUy t taste of Keep p at gt and a box etf
tu ti c. ,aool handy deo r k e k and grown *
fowi, .Ther w!I ea) au needed and
h bu tte ande rect require both. "
S tteb fat aimoved by pep It to sald tihat t e tl poor results t
S*stpti9 fr rm edadin g qkI amik or buttesmilk,
I W iaw ita either aweet or sur, is asecount of st
.q pe t st .M..ei fro lean trasghs.- 5t
o tf 'ae or iot m Praettcal Poultry Points la tho bl
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WHITEWASH THE POULTRY
HOUSE.
An application of whitewash to the
poultry house, roosts, dropping
boards, walls and ceilings should all
be touched, is a strong factor in In-
creasing the egg output. The appli-
cation is made more efficient as a
rermliede, insect and disease destroy-
er by having a little carbolic acid and
oal oil added to it. Use the wash
hot and thin, forcing well Into all
racks and crevices with a strong
spray pump or good brush. Repeat
he application every three or four
months. Time spent In this brings
wood returns. Try the investment
nd be convinced.-Farmer's iHome
journal.
FEEDING THE PIGS.
A prominent swine breeder says:
don't let a single apple go to waste...
Very windfall will help to fit the
lPg for the early market. The same
i true of the waste from the veget.
ble garden. Don't lot the weeds In
he fence owners go to seed. The
Ogs will work them over, and many
f them contain tonic properties,
tillie what In good in them and at
ie sams time keep the premises tidy.
ogs need a change of ration. Milk
i always a staple food, but give grass
make a change now and then. Give
0me vegetables, too, and occasional.
Some fruit. It all helps to give
Nowth.-Weekly Witness. 1


RINGBONE IN HORSES.
It is hard to successfully treat ring.
me after It has become firmly es
hlished upon a horse's leg. In the
wly stages proper shoeing wl!l
raighten the foot and. relieve the
rain which is the cause of the trout
e. Ringbone Is due to an injury tc
e tendons of the foot or to blows
ral*a or ovem orking before the
ses have been fully form96 and
mreamd. It is regarded as a disease
at may be tmaSiitted by teema#.
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staaa. r bs. bh i.rtf.
g l"tAb above would be better.
TM s OWill be eortile in a few
days after. arpde together, but it is
after to wait ten day before evtM
te -g for -Alnge--Thmer'
Home JoULa
WYT NOT RAISB MORW DUCKS?
So little has been written about
the duck ompared with the hbe that
people are apt to think this branch of
the potltry tlade unalaportaat
About two yeara a&o I had so much
trouble with the cholera and gapes
among my young chlecks, that I fin-
Mly decided to try dueks inateas6 of
okoeam I secured a trio of the
Aylesbury breed, and began my ex-
periment. I have bad nothing to re-
fret. Last year, my second season,
I ralaed a few over a hundred, and
If I had not experimented with an
Incubator and got It too hot, thereby
losing two hundred, the probabilities
are that I would have raised at least
150 more Man I did.
I find the Aylesbury duck naturally
healsty and vigorous, a good layer, a
fine table-bird, and first class for the
market.. For the latter purpose, this
duok Is largely bred in England.
The dok requires very much less
attention than the chicken, and is far
less liable to disease, and It is equally
as profitable, fo, why not raise more
dUoks?-P'armer's wife it the Indiana
Fawner.


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SOPHIA


HEALTH VERY POOR-
RESTORED BY PE4RULA,
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Catarrh Twenty-five Years-
Had a Bad Cough.
Miss Sophia Kittlesen, Evanston, Ill.,
writes:
"I have been troubled with catarrh
for nearly twenty-five years and have
tried many cures for it, but obtained
very little help.
"Then my brother advised me to try
Peruna, and I did.
"My health was very poor t the time
I began taking Peruna. My throat was
very sore and I had a bad cough.
*,,Pruna haes curVE T7cl aki
catarrh Is gone and my health Is 'vre
much Impoved.
"I recommend Perunas to all my
friends who are troubled as I was."
PERUNA TABLETS:--Some peoplepre-
fer tablets, rather than medicine in a
fluid form. Such people can obtain Peru-
pa tablets, which represent the mediei-
nal ingredients of Peruna. Each tablet
equals one average dose of Peruna.
Man-a-lin the deal Laxathie.


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Twoh ourches, pubtlio ad private
no a teg ph, telephone, prTe d
SmnMyO U order poetoi ce, three mails
0A8,B leat market, two general
p4N w o take orders and deliver
Sat your door, weekly paper.
l Ad e a eIncorporated, buot no
town tes. have beeood lleted for
ovad tM yea; tard e many public im.
prov wtero are made by the push and
Two cturche pubicns and puriate
toet, hbeo. tate and county taxes
are about your mills on about one-third
valuation.


God hunting and ahLa& deer, tur
key, ducks and quall, black bha and
other Florida fresh water sh.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place
open winters; rates eight to ten del
lars per week; .00 day.
izx thousand people went through
the 8an Mateo Fruit Company's groue
here last -aaon.
On of the best advta-ue gma
Mateo joya Is transportation; being
s both river and rail Is a advantage
that few Iloelda points enjoy. Ths
paote td.a forh U taae, S uEroad
and terminals at ~ Jacksonl wore
more than congested and frut ship.
od from pelnts down the osental
part of the state wa, lan some eames,
three weeks getting to Jacksonvill,
t route tWo northern m arkets, ad
411 not bring enough to pay freight
while Saa Mateo ahippera at amr
dme, would ship from her one day
ad have rult go out of Jocksomville
ft the Clyde p the neat This Ut,
tie matter this use on M0pe was
Yotb thousande I td ollat 40. wa
ill do weU. to bear to. aad tran A
getaifsa aa that eaOB
uj oappletln, Io seleetlag a Fno
S. p lU Is about ,O, 0who
mae .eos y from the northern states.
Am a elew they are sme of al las,
.., s i HS and soelab..L Hav a bet
to **a of homes than can be f=4 I
I may place la the south of its sle,
Sa i hul gs k, ,painted am


s d Is tir la gd o#.r,
.-am &oft o but high ltudel
Omr Is so Bdltbl O r an Vkiia
Sr all the year roind or for thq v .'
Florida ons aseout of health
* e this hlower alUtitqde, ry Pa
Itfy is better Om th e l"
sum hmas air 1feo It. ea

The pltealple buase is amp
Om Sme im 4 as this privs Pslo
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GRADER. LE
The t esult. of it V uperie s as bWfler of HIGEORADI PRU IT GRADERS. A perfect Grader, easy
f Operate. msoet bruise the fruit, om aot clog Is the machine. mghtest r t aning and meet up to date machine
a e market. Special Paklag Hot Maehltery built toorder, supplies, Equipment, sto. Write me bO
mytg you wast. Nethin too small to reave my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to ord
9r price sad elmoalar write the tvmtstor end manufacterw.
BDW. N. IAULL Pal*kis, Floidam, U. S.o A.
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battle and hogs seem to be profit-
able.
As an Instance for profit in a good
orange grove, Mr. B. P. Dotney, from
leoa than seven acres last season,
Whipped $6,200 worth of frult
Soil.
The son varies a great deal from
high pine to low and -high hammock,.
all within a mile. so thai lands for
any purpose or crops can be secuused:
San Mateo can be reached from
Jacksonville by Florida East Coast
railway or Beach and Miller line
steamers (see time tables el sewhere
In thle pAper). The Clyde's St. Johis
river steamers arrive here bout 10
p. n. so do not advise this route.
Fare B. A M. line $1.25; railroad $2
from Jacksonville.
Launch Rainbow ,leaves Palatka
every afternoon at 1MO. Lucas line
steamers 2:30 p. m., every day but
Sunday.
B. & M. line from Palatka 2 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays,
and three trains daily on P. E. C.
tldlwap. Fare from Palatka 21 cents
mw route, tf


IT. MIGHT PAY YOU
TO SHIP YOUR

Oranges,


Grapefruit,

Tangerines,


Vegetables,


Etc., to

R1 EATWYLER &Co.,

Philadelp hia, Pa.
A or uwtStta, m or any Infor-
matlon eomaunlate with Orlando

POUND.
'., at t a e beft a ss to beadle
Wo Um t emd. 'vgt ablu.
NSWITT A COMPANY,"
tI am Chamwd St.. lmaUmore. Md
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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, MD.


Account Sales and Check Dally. Stencils and Stamps furnished on
application.
References: Merchants' National Hank, Baltimore; Murchison Nation.
al Bank, Wilmington, N. C.; New York Produce Exchange. *
Wire or write today for quotations. Agents wanted. '
Mow


The Art of Seeing.
In his Royal Institution lecture Sir
Hubert von Herkomer Incidentally
touched on the point that no two peo-
ple seem to see alike, as Illustrated by
.the familiar experience that twenty
eye-witnesses of a street accident will
give twenty widely varying accounts
of 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 Druce osMn was opened,
, two reporters made hopelessly diver.
gent statements as to bhe beard-the
very thing that was most interesting.
-Pall 4 il Gnaett,.
A Comparison.
Adam aNd Wve were not, I'm sure,
,Uke Pittaburg snow at all;
Yet they, .like it. were very pure
And white-before the fall.
--Lppincott's.
All men are narrow-mined who are
not broad eaoqb io think as you do.


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ll lb ni 4h~g Iato the
tota to the


ted r e sofa cros. ml
that wus not "March.


TIM
4-'--,e- a --rseat pe h itlon
e were teg the work of
fve am. &
thng about how
MtMi 70 Weia be traveltag
ablad, to the Now York Proes, to
hew meaY other ole are doing t
MSe thig
S They have been gobbling land so
fast ti Oklahoma, exelaims the Atlan-
to 0mstitution, an earthquake would-
not fd enough business there to in-

MI~ihana's loss of $U,.00,000
through forest .flas ake pertinent,
to the New, Yerk World, the consid-
eratlon of an appropriation of 5 per
cent. of that sum as a fund for.
maintaining a forest fre oorps.
Get a position with a firm of good
standing, advises Success. You mar
have to wait a little bit, but It is
worth while. If you are In a sound
&0t there Is little likelihood of being
thrown out of a job just when* It Is
hardest to get one.

wi 'iare given instruction" make a
tite Of them, i necessary; remember
.,. them It you can. But make sure you
understand them perfectly. Get a
telephone -mesage repeated to you
agn and again if necessary, until
you are rtain you have it right.
Mrs. Willan K. Vanderbllt has givd
so 1,0,000 for the building of four
model sanitary tenements for the
housing of, 850 families. It to not a
Oearity, thinks the Boston Post, but a
hnume laoestanent It is a popular
clinic. It Is a sanitarlum where fam-
l ead an t assured of ceamliness
and freh air at the mast reasonable
prices.
L. Ogden Armour lax9, J down as
a rule *at "when oCQI tI *gh meat
I high." It Is hl s opinion .that the
prie of corn will go down soon, and
that th change will maybe eat.
cheaper. Lower meat ric"a ll a
adnd to the 0 rke the ctloe,
a*Ua the Hsartord Counxt. but the
tegor haa bhs own view asa to. a re-
dmat. In. the .pFoe of corm. The
sasmf a appears to be that we eaa-
amt al be happy at the same time.


Prlp of Qhleo hools who
eteve In pmmnotmous eloeg civil ser
'vfo rer g Itaes have started a
sovmenet to select a new city super-
lataoemt. from 'heir own .ft0e,
write the Now Ye Tribute. By
mom of a rofereadum vote the prin-
elpals wil choose from their owe
rma eadMdate, who will be proe
ieated to the boia of e daeasoa aa
th latts wilt be asked to ipot
t f The plae of r peri teet,

oly pays $10,9 yaro.
Lay Doesthy NeviU resente BDish-
ep Wiqplamteu4que's great m"*
hse heMb ren the "atness-" er
hshlesql- idos wer 'I s*
mN hue f great s er t frimies."
*in q. Id .4 M anO Wthing
i No d1 ws 0 the M"w eals ud
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" "Athenaeum Club.
Mly at a dinner p rty the oon-
_eL ail rned upon-the subject of
edue- 'the special features of the
Anthesesu- *were referred to "with
great raeplh pad then J. M. Barrie.
who was the only member of that
august deua who happened to be pres-
ent, intervened. "After having been
elected by the .Aaosemau Club," he
said, "I west there for the JnAr time
and looked about for the mine*W
I fmon. An old man with long white
hair was wSdering. in a kmey way
about the ball. asked him it he wosl(
be so aind as to tell da the way to
the smoking room. He agreed with
alacrity. When we returned to the
ball I thaked him heartily, when he
egt94 me to do him the honor of dia-
tlu with aim. 'ut, my dear sir, I
aid, you ave been far too kind to
me a Y, d I eeqt think of lipoe
IgS ld e youe lae. this fshbl.'
'peaSing yrelft1' eaqlaltM the.old
ma in s eess r sile. On the on.
'tary, you will be doltk me Ute great
at fevor nl the world; the faet is, I
have belesod to this c loub r thirty
ears.-a. you es ae the *t Mte
wo -h ever, ..es .~ *


~suab~Id~m Um1.smrtml

and o~t~d~1~I !Laa mke, up yow

mind tpt@ i~ ~bfUMonism&ag


Seaset t to oe t .IIk,

in e Owe batistle play, "A'
1be n ti'e ft -m advyi*
.u n mas. aimilar the my
ias 4arin'esIs'u as map 44 hIr
the I avy pore then a usi ed ve
ago. It was s of their sNth
that by writing mb as p as "CnOVM,
Cher -Up', My L "T m BowtiR,
sad "Blew h11h, Blow Low," "he
.bmatat 0 ame n Into S te nae y n
&war. time than al the pr ess iu
put together. And In bhl atobio-
raphy be boistqd truly that his as
bd been "the solace ot. sailors e
sohe e bet qote i iaqtiles bt
the resworation of order Mad s
pltae."
PRAYER COMPETITION.
Ceremony Held la h Year In EngU
Cheoyardl
In the Uttle aburchyard of Wottem,
near DorkiOg, the annual prayer ce*
potion for toys of the parish took
plae. yesterday at the tombstone of
William Glanvill.
Olanvill, a member of the Inner
Tle, died february 2, nearly 300
yes ago. In bis will he atpulatel
that money should be met aside to
pr duce 30 a year, of which amount
40 shilita was to go to each of vos
ptyei. boys who should stand Feb-
ntU .2-yearly at his tombstone
barelhndded, recite from memory the
.Ird'W Prayer. Ten Commandments
sad Apostles' Creed; reed the fif-
teenth chapter of the First Epistle ,to
the Corinthians, and afterward write
from dictationu In a legible and two
.vrses from the same chapter. Dur-
ing upward of 200 years the competi-
tion has been maintained. The ago
lmit is twelve to sixteen, and a boy
can o0l1 succeed once.
Yesterday In cold weather the boys
assembled in the church porch, their
namns mere taken and a selection was
made for the competition, which Isn
fixed in the looal calendar as "forty
shilling day." Then the competitors
marched to Glanvill's tomb and the
signal was givet for the recittion.
Some of the boys, alTenostammeritn
through the cold, secretly rejoiced
that it 1ell to their lot to repeat the
abort comn.,dments, but a moment
later they were called to recite the
second .nd f aurtb
When a complete examination hal
been made the boys marched to the
eehoolroom,, where the reading and
writing exercises were conducted. In
an hour the winners' names were an-
nouned and they each received 40
shlllings-a cherished award on the
little village.-London Post.


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__S f -9 9 ya writes Mrs. Iarai Hoe-
sOf ary, y. 1 had female trouble and would
by cramp death. My back and side would
kill me withpain. tried ev to get
=but failed, and at last ben to tak du
S I can do my houseworkwith ese and I give
Vardui the praise for the health I enjoy." Try.
AT ALL D9UG STORS


Smith's Home-ade 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 LINK
OP HUYLER'S CANDIES.


L. A. Smith,


Palatka, Fla.


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Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.


So aperme-t. They have been on the market for years
At all the great hotels 9 the East Ooast
At the Club 'omse o tke Florida Automobile AssooaUoa
en Dayto s Orond eah.
On board the famous it. Johns had Ocawaha Rive

By the Union News Company on the lUimit traln.
At all Ilrstelas Hotels, Clubs and Oafes.
bhe Flordsa Terlst knows and loves them well. Wahy
done you get aQuainted?
per emoveseoSe mt ow mall orr n lmdi we put me of
our best brands n hboee of 13 olgam eah and will deliver
0*e anywhere la the United states at folloUw prices:
bM of 1 Panetolas for 71 6eet retail prl o 10 eeat
S" Puritases for s eeats, 10
Csb HoU e 1:00 retail price O1 eten,
S Inavtldble $LMS .tal prices 0 oaets.
Imperals $ l. retail prioe S0 cents.


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4nMr4 p of atolo to raI itpn ahlt
at a"to- s o)tae to rep to thte greolve@ t tby
tOO0.e twhicho was corn *aed o%. Tea aowt

N"Andrew Jackson'sdcc.
a Ormreli iht. I pp won e I| soubect. SCe tr. Lu, o.-n Eeass. Ray,
S0 t "VIIntroduo1ed .that bill two ye Kingid ms I
sa "' r aral Thom"as l D p. s i Mr. Mu trdoch "an no o

S ir rr o -. &. o.i tW ,totreMsurS of 8000,00ot. due- 1 --
Oha Wajft~fIwn t ewS5 MtO paSm. largely to te "ie of public land In
. ,. ~.Teaut the eMtaa w est. ongs a utorl ed
Snett d o( retar of the treay.
M pI-"tMi lfr0tn l l .1 i~Lmitato aet Ord. OW 0, a been distributed Ui to' ef l
IIe i u .0 Ky, 8 ._s fnk Keloobxe fourth Instatent h ad
0 P et^y $ Mg two yea. ot edj#Nagr s s passdMohther
d payment of the 2

W ftga0m InMel= Proportion 'to Government Piles SW t In--Dot"
POW ItUwI tat t y so"W saw ftaL. aepresenta Ion ni Congress. The States Court St. Leebl.
e'~ adv, SI He be.M al rldto

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**- 5*5* -7 **7'* -- eS1OW A*kn55 '2719 >*^" wStandard Oil corporation of New Je-
Squ .tate of Ohio, City of Toledo euas sey for alleged violation of the hor-
Sl, t quarter Conty- m. man act.
FIRST AID IN FACTORI.. tr Di N
Oolonel R3. Park. Atlants, Oa.L Fank Chey ak eth Id Rather Die, Dotor
"doM.itu son". b e tohesll ltrtnerrof th *n ."t,
Up to Date lant Pa rnah Hoepitl athat aSe e.. he s selo parta of than have my feet c ut. o4dW M.
At e' the spo t VoL.u ,,"ist"- 4 Sig dw 3wodoft S'b sJ sI L Bnlagham ot Prlinceville, Il. "But
t %. V... the City T ledo$, O y W you'% die,.ftm o angvene (which has
"It was a aommeg praeoe eS 9 coeol I P. L eSM .0 -,- k, .cr..
-ptoy . .*at .t ai'| saf O I r bW il. l? ,the s of ON ,l, A pplaw doeetros. I i nstead-he used
E $q p cobwhs, ah5?r CSthd UWUty Me r Maephhi, IAue tor eby tes useklen's Arnica Ialve tl wholly
oerf.l. to a wound Team., asebtast qOumaser *a tarrk timt ent be ^ by the 0 i cke. Is^ i car of Scaeas, tl erl
i.W4 V4lMny whl at Oro of Halls Catwrrb Ca. Bores., ol, Butrns and Pies astound
da are repao praoally a Sworn to before me and subsbed .
-,..a.a b l,.,iore ci lessa .l, i n,.n my Pro1esee, this ,th day of aDo- ATT S .
rfdu 'pb.t .or to the .... li of Vlr.Aa _rtkd *wator. eb' A- t lordd. uen
pi - f-r-- .- .".obmerUsk "Speech ofItheIFlori dDr "w
Id -tMeasis (.W) A. dW. OLM o AS*ON, Pon
t i t o i e OeeJ W MNotaryP Public. Applause from House RWoa islons.6
Temteeloes th" tmeatofla *e fasCNre .o bke. Washington, D. C.-Reprosentative
mFlo f rank Clark of Plorida made a sea-
ows aaMs ooatt l4 esmwar a pT Over Niagara. y, sad sets directly on the blood national speech In the hotise in which
i-' "has S tbes*tab- A fj =ad mU ous81` so r t of the system he attacked "Bryanism" and "popu-
rn ip-- si.vllf hepital e,, h J to, e l calamity often ha.g- end for teostimoals free. lism," and made his colleagues think
.. estig,01,46tI- .,._omplee _se opa Pot10000 cgs b-atm Ia-g. 1 .J. CHENY & 00., Toledo, 0. he was preparing to Jump Into the re-
olU l i@ the .-1'? w... ar.. ..wg.0W..g Sold by all Dw---istSo- Is. pubican tariff camp, If necessary, to
bd ,rr,-b, ---. TeHall's ,is for o secure protection on ea, Island cot.
61ue1 bonaWp,, ca. a- *1-. sOntetfr ue. a au r r ton. But the republicans would not
Sotest ott, a p l warnings are kind. That dul pal or SUation. trade on that basis, and Mr. Clark
tiot ,aatop and p al i.. .....11..
well nas.an;maed pal for use Inache lm the ba waram y"y the uK-M --stayed on his own reservation.
wasing wounds.M q..ygce4 M.8A M5 Nyo wW If
fl y aee*, l-e .VaS.- an- P e ats ol ml Unite *e *S cur ne. tes c......... .lROwWr.SsLAN
t i..,-- ,n thiod B ttens at once and pee Baek- -e Lw C.rt ... The preat strike lan Praee was
2U ^~SAehe lfly alla your beu t taeelnas Wahlnton, D. 0-The famous called off.
tmh rete ."At.r lTr _e roum oth Caroll dispensary case. I Demand for leather of all kinds Is
^ lat. ie .,,al ,e a ~am.ay. T se--,- ki-- -- Tlame one violvings the disposition of about $900,-. Increasing rapidly in Japan, eot-
t heereM whoe of pensary nds held by e tonseed oil end cond snedm
S3a np T ua. n d nby so al ed Sn, was If Frane adopts the pro ew
e In any prt of ae8, at-. .W. l.ays. rt it- oavor of-the lommlo- tarlff t.tMU1e will-ay a l
Yt ii .s*t.l i e V . .... The case was Institutd by the Wll- forty to 140 per cent. ad .
o tle aoa prM w M .-.. .. m son DietlilUn Company and the The Csar of Russia surpld dip-
eipital attedat daann Cpany in the United lomats by going on*ta"de
M omtq SpinshlFl et th C aa to ec t .m t
K hgtt ^e wCuba. contracted by the state it the i. In 190 the Metropolitan (Londoa)
m .- M.. 0 aglJ P ifto R.- -:l-VYole Admial chab~s of Ilquor in the state fromT I I Distriet Railway earried 11,0 e00
c-.ompetl -to ( JeI L pan lh to 1307 while the dispensary system passenges, the largest number o
Id tn IoSanao Cubs, was i vogue. any year yet
ham &L v I .w Up Before th' Bar. Foren lbpissM a m a In.
'+L e .N a a - N. H. Brown, an attorney of Plittu. -*W dn 130?7p rit -
Ss tst*" dueniets 4 hr mh at a own to *d Vt, writes: "We have used Dr. and thirtv SpalntA
Sat at an ot Aees. aAtI hea ln'a New Ufe Pillsfor years and Speaket tan in' stand
t S na aa oA t IMad them such a good family medl- snast tbeseS ho abeat
f g __ r I -.14.- bum ps a -r . we wouldn't be without them." themsele froMi tm 4 s at the
Vr IChills, Constipation, Billousness House without peroweaVu.
?o o "r S lick Headache they work wonders. The sale of the Q eayrl a Club
e2 -le 5, at 8. W. Rowley's. t brought to light the aseb 'Phil"
MayTE6 "a I BB YNUM AL yews ago, wu living in WOt nd.
..*g ::^^N: 'J. m%.!
s that "ee tesee* Dutch" and G oee. Barton
Sto Aae from Greenvlle Prisoe dule e t wU
s Greenvile, 5. C.-O G earbeeir loe re,8LadIo the Gral ntp a DoSl ay
mral aas "Tennessee utc" and Gorge of ONest A t ar
~eb' M Goreby $#1l~lt,8 ism
Admiral. Brt.o, alleged ye en, who were b 1,93.g
I .N., ,,*, I eted in Birmnl n Ala., sa 1 1ltd1.1
l.tfMclwho were brought here by otoulce J ft i a mark w et I
M6OroSImpeltrs o0kMsearh N0lth eo a charge sa =110SWI .nl=6j"IId
bavingcommitted numerop post. a
war ad ooes robberies la thil state, escaped Iad n-sp
ithrittlafrom the county Ja.l hby dynamkitin a W
naval T.i -,Ilthe floor of the cell. They drilled ChiarlS J. o an d that
W todf holes In the rnk floor of the Jilthe_ Aeritl am I y o
HO 46 trbkwithut,4rol ie.aat o mbrellaar. Ma oashtW per
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Tet: "For we know not what we sOall
e. But w know that who He allt
rmmwhben death comw), we shall be like
All the critical hours of life are
full of pathos and mystery. No
strong man can look upon the youth
starting out to make his fortune, upon
the girl going toward her bridal al-
tar, upon an old man holding a little
babe upon his knees, like spring sit-,


ting in the lap of winter, without
tears and a catch In the throat. But
full-also ot pathos and mystery and
hope is that hour when an old man
forecasts tho end and prepares for
the great adventure.
"Of what are you thinking?" a
friend asked Edmund Burke Just be-
fore the statesman died.
"i was thinking of the Arst five
minutes after death."
All eloquence through oration, or
palm or-41opg, means a full heart,
means emotion surging through the
soul with all the majesty of a sulm-
mer's storm. In his hour of vision
and of hope, therefore, Tennyson's
spirit rose to unwoated heights. Then
he wrote his poem of immortality,
add expressed the deepest thing with-
In him when he said: "I hope to meet
imy pilot faq*e to face when I have
crossed the bar."


bam dlmwpaved bhemd the ethset
duriag the Pst te" ymrst 0oad eUt
so.anrs ad aseusem, ad beeno
~etof the, peat wart Wma the Msw
B dow Mlaed poetst Gene the oratrs
S and juristes Goes our beloved par-
outs and a great ompasy of our little
children who went singing out of
UthM a bigwisdom, to motbes withn
i. plytheir bteautyo thfrends who hae
opof Oi brst aefatl e aselet nd, the boy with hbis hl h
hopes, the gir with hIrw swet pbsty,
% thy me return stea n .o o e. Tie vohceis
b u A. 'i.t, ag m h stop to still. Bat m ti
____________s daf only to rie again. Slakilg
._It g doe down in igt and lean e
e n o te t rich splendor leagertg: Is the elovd.
n And Clst, dying, t lulng ba the
lorious radisace and left a golden
Se volepta the gravess, sad iso
S I hue ar^ ltt wi1 hop.eow
Srthlit Is given to tM Chriotira her
d patriot, the 4ytn fat er taw nd
hope of Christ aonm Justflm thmou- T and brisnd, to bid al loed
snd times the tiiuIMnht progress SMt turn their esaway from te
of ChrIsttaulty during the lad -1. 910VO and cemeterY M to look up.
teen centuries. standing with rTpt euIpe.tWnb ad
en a fa to elistening to the voles that falls over
Tho MulIa of IWaster to the Matlom. hoe battlemoents: "om olip hitbher'
No poet, no orator and no philoo- I am not dead, but risen Into the
pher can ever fully set forth the tp. realms of eternaiyout*t, etqrsaI beau-
portance of Easter for the people of ty, eternal work and lpiapl .'" Per
the Republic. Human life Is aol- one hour ia the soul's simer-tiani,
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Man's Greatest Hope.


It is the glory of Christ that He
wrought man's "most joyful Sun-
day"-Baster-out of earth's black-
uet event-dying and death. Jesus
found death altogether torriblo. For
His generation the grave was horror,
blackness and the uttermost of an-
gulh. Death flang a black shadow
over the sun itself. Death sent an
Oelpee over every Joy. But if He
foued death a black cloud He loft it
a a golden gateway, behind which rose
the battlements of eternal sunshine
4a the City of God. He found death
stadlag for a dirge-He let it a
Poem of hope and victory. lie found
4 1h' onae olor, black; He left the
grae covered with Easter iloes that
were white sad gold. He found men
Odya toward the worm and the rot-
Ma le af He left-ae t oul nl death
alaing away midst a perfumed sam-
.- ~mr ea, oalliag back, "I stUll livel"
Sto thoe who stood on the early
olee a"d signalled midst their tears
that sem they would follow after.
Shat ftm had hoped, Jesus turned
S*l llht sad eertataty. "He taught
gV thaIt 0o4's latat' and best gift
the goi of death ad dyng.
thee l dteples braved the
Sthe aoge, the steaks, the
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i ofb o Hhl Md msugr. Add the
beaten ydlts,.t two eggs mixed with
e s.epful sweet allk. Next add one
s wiat Slor, sitfted three times
e ,r w"th two teapoonfls baking
ed aad 4a balf teaspoonful salt,
S4a beat u the latter blisters.
This l0et iould not be overlooked.
^w field In the stiffly whipped whites
t 4e (wo age, pour. nto ehot anad
Wlt pened gm Irone and bake In
sot ova.-New York Telegram.
RAM FRITTBRS.
Great to boiling point one cupful of
stock. Thliken with a tablespoonful
ee Of flour aud butter cooked to-
0ethor, ad add to it one cupful of
cold cooked chopped ham, one egg
well beaten, and- dry mustard and ta-
ble safce to season. Heat thorough-
ly, take from fire and cool. Make
a fritter batter of one cupful of sift.
ed floOr, two teaspoonfuls of melte
butter, a scant cupful of hot water,
the beaten white of an egg, and a
pinch of salt. Shape the ham mix-
ture Into small balls, dip in fritter
batter and fry In deep fat.-Philadel-
phia Ledger.
MAIDS OF HONOR.
Take 1 cupful of sour milk, 1 of
sweet milk, a tablespoonful of melted
butter, the yolks of 4 eggs, juice and
rind of 1 lemon, and a small cupful,
of wbite pounded sugar. Put both
kinds of milk together ti a vessel.
which Is set in another and let it
become sufl5ciently heated to set the
curd, then strain off the milk, rub
the curd through a strained, add but-
ter to the curd, the sugar, well beat-
Sen oes, and lemon. Line the little
pane with the richest of puff paste
and fill with the mixture. Pake un-
tl firm la the centre, from 10 to 15
minutes.--4oston Post.
CAL7'S HEAD CHEESE.
Doll a calf's head in water enough
-- to cover It until the meat leaves the
bones, then take, it with -a skimmer
into a wooden bowl or tray; take fcpm
it every particle of bone, chop It
small, season with pepper and salt.
a heaping tablesAPonful of salt and
a teaspoonful ot pepper will be suf-
ficient; it liked,' add a tablespoonful
of fine chopped sweet herbs. Lay a
cloth la eolander, put the minced
meat Into it, then fold the cloth close-
ly over t, lay a plate over, and on
It a gentle weight. When cold it
may be sliced for supper or sand-
wiches. Sprpd each slice with made
mustard.-Boston Post.

8OTON BROWN BREAD.
There is even a new wrinkle In
maknD'Botoo brown bread, and that
is oake crumbs in place of wheat
flour. T]t regular rule calls for one
eup cors afl, the same amount of
graa e flo0r, ditto cake crumbs or
wheat Sour, the former much the bet-
ter. MXi these dry Ingredienta to-
gathe. Put hate a bowl one cup
9 matlk. two-thirds of a aop of me-
SUages plach of alsit aid a teaspoon-
tul of soda. 8tir untll the soda stops
puruajsg," then stir Iante the dry in-
gredlat. A cup of cut raisins may
be a ded or oact as desired. Many
think f a- Improvement. Pear
late We nrea 014alds sad steam throe
uwr iU with cold water. If
a Imetle o twee s r -qsr-
$e5 ft 9atlre whneat flour
t UM1rew V.rk Telgram.


N" AID CIIUT F ILUNO.
OM .Me1em halfdoup od but-

I A a, whtes of 5batenm" ll,


s MM-H oubr r Na 1 b 1werA, 1
MlmSt NMeam street, V tea.
Spofal Wabillk, or 1 teaspoonful of
almond extract and 1-2 teaspoonful nt
rose extract This makes three large
layers. For filling prepare 1-2 cup-
ful each of nuts. cherries and raisins.
boll until stringy 1 cupful of sun.ir
and 1-2 cup of water, then pour on
beaten whites of 2 eggs, beating all
the while; when smooth stir In nuts
and fruit between layers and on top.
Ripe cherries or canned cherries may
be used. ('are should be taken to
boil sugar and water only until ti
threads.-Boston Post.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS.
Peroxide of hydogen is excellent for
removing blood stalks. If It Is drop-
ped on before the blood dries all
trace of color will disappear.
A tincup filled with vinegar and
placed on the back of the stove will
prevent the odor of cooking from
prevading the house.
Cover en ironing board with 5 or
6 layers of newspapers before put-
ting on sheet and you will find it
just as good as any blanket.
To remove the smell of fresh paint
put a pail of cold water in the room
and change it every 2 or 3 hours.
To remove mildew rub over the
marks with the Juice of a raw tomato,
sprinkle with salt and lay in the sun;
repeat the process if necessary 2 or
3 times.
Machine oil stains should be rubbe-.
with soap and cold water. Hot wa-
ter mnay make these stains perma-
nent.
Canned goods should not only be
emptied into a glass or earthen dish
as soon as opened, but should be al-
lowed to stand for one or two hours
to draw back the oxygen that the
heat has eliminated.
Oysters may be escalloped with
(macaroni instead of cracker crumbs.
The process is the same. except that
the top of the dish is sometimes
sprinkled with cheese. Boll the mac-
aroni and cut it into short lengths
for the purpose.
A good furniture polish is a mix-
ture of vinegar and sweet oil put
on sparingly with a flannel, and the
furniture polished with a clean cloth.
To drive away red ants, keep a
small bag of sulphur in the drawers
or closets they frequent, and they
will disappear.

The Prescription.
There is a Washington physician
who numbers among his patients his
sister-in-law, who is something of a
hypochondriac.
Recently she sought out the doctor.
to whom she confided her opinion that,
in her present condition, she ought to
go to Hot Springs for treatment.
"The very thing.' agreed the doc-
tor. "I was thinking of that myself.
I'll give you a letter to an old friend
of mine there, a most skilled phy-
sician, and 1 have no doubt he'll take
every care of you."
The next day, as the patient sat in
her Pullman thinking it over. it oc-
curred to her that, as long as her
brother-in-law had attended her, he
had never given her any precise state-
ment of her real ailment. Accordingly
she decided to open the sealed letter
which he had addressed to the Hot
Springs doctor, in order that she might
gain the desired information. The
friend who accompanied her endeavor.
od to dissuade her from this step.
urging that It would constitute a
breach of confidence, but this counsel


proved of no avail, and the patient
proceeded to read:
"Dear Hallett: Keep the old lady a
month and then send her back."-
Harper's Weekly.
At a meeting of the Mendelshban
8parrow Club it was stated that dur-
lag this year 4,918 old birds. 12,807
young birds and 3,914 eggs had been
destroyed, a total of 11.639. The local
farmers pay a voluntary rate, based
oa acreage, fromi which payments
are made for birds sad eggs destroy-
ed.


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l otryuvet geo table ts e
a m-to s. $o8 aoab )
'P el. o l l )W K luc IS
Some cook birds are such m e
It a i lSet w trid of the
" A ers. Iht e
In all fossW poetry pints
worktle sne ta putoat a tor, the at
Stendent's Work and t"f tbwls work.
Better poultry ip city market
would Inarease es. Bverybod?
likes poultry, %ut one likes the Rp
pearance of sa a g fowl Oa
a market .6ounter.
Ther -Is no a lng as luck an
the pjoWry b ust s. When some-
thiN yM owK, Ue ,lre is a cause for
it and the wise man will hbut out
the cause and pull tt out by the roo-f.
More eggs are being produced v.
ery year, but the market for fresh
eggs has never' been fully supplied?
You can always buy eggs. but you
can seldOm n buy f) fresh eggs Ia a
city market
Watery eggs. s e s called weak
eggs, are caused by poor food-food
that is deficient in e necessary ele-
ments to produce a good egg. a Poq
food not only reduees the quality, but
the quantity. It pays to keep hews
well supplied with good egg formina
material sand plenty of It.
Fanmers seldom have eggs to sell
Inle Jaer.1 fdaot n some farms the
heoUt(4 lay efuh for household
uae; and the reason is because the
poultry is not kept right Hens won't
pick up all their l vtng around the
barn yard, rodst on wagon wheels
and lay eggs at the same time. They
may be turned out In the yard for a
little while during the warm part of
the day to advantage, but they must
bare a warm house to sleep In $ad
they must be taken caZ of and well
fed both eight and morning.
If the hens don't keep busy scratb.
InI, they don't orop an appetite
suMolent to produce Ou. Itf heis are
lasy it is generally he fault of the
feeder.
Too much greeas bone, meat mal
or meat scraps will work Injury to
fowls. A little clean meat crap or
fresh cut bone is all right and va-
UOble, but too much to worse than
am atr asll .bauae St oIs- $e 41
I* to dis"@ 4
WmN BVTT A HORSM.
NOWve' have a borie broligt out or
up or down to you, but .o to his
tall and tavestigate for yowaself er-
talw detala, which -oee you kaew
them require no special acuaea to
decide upon or to be aware of, writes
P1. M. Ware in the Outing Magasuale
her Instance, is there grate- In th
sbager and the hour for feeding some
time pat? He matbo a bad feeder.
e" aartoa's att r to this point.
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over and btray o mimmitle t
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Ittase atfl aeeu y aiteratwles gh
attetl m. *Ah l departnure fte
h.se f oltht. e daep meat, for
tloware if the anNmal betray
oithe ad tability, aer ones or
io s the dtlers ha he. wm l te.
ftr wore w t7 yo6, for yoM W yMs
deont kew, and he will kaow yo
doet O, and those eomb'atlots
aten WrOW"le.
In the ee e way asee that he Is
led out and pSat to th 0elele to
which he is to be driven, Motung each
hthe of the. prea, TViewlNg him
always with itly critical eye of the:
individual who does Got (yet) own
lim. RcuSe nothing and make no
allowances for lees. If he makes a
eve you 4doo't fancy say so pankly
ae oleek further. There are plenty
of borasc.


S8CL31INQ A BR=EDtNO BOW.
A good deal is reOuired of the sow.
She 4s expected to druish milk for
from s at to to ten pig for several
weeks and to turn them of in gowd
thrifty condition so they will keS
growing after wearnlng without a aOt
back. *. t...J 41'W
It 1 a afraly safe ulq to eMlt a
sow from a large letter' that has turn
ed out well, especially If the boar
eaoe from a ltliaer family. It is rea
sonaily certain that a aow is a good
milker If she raises a goodly number
of pigs .and does It welL Her milk-
fag qualitle may not be transmitted
to her offspring but the chances ate'
veTry much nl her favor.
It Is generally noticed that a sow
pig takes from a large litter Is more
likely to produce lame litters. It Is
a well estabUihed rule In breeding
that like produces ke, Of oursoe,
there are exceptions. There are o
many exoeptiona tha nothingg nla the
breeding tne I ces nta, but we are a
Igret deal more likely to meet with
au ceas whea we olw the rules than
we. are If .we take unmmesary

a arch obeA bak. ri long so haM tIs
ee, through th body is lkely to
pipe a atlhmtatory breeder, There
are other r qur amentasack as good
Io&, paso a"d M penty of ba e
witheoetoo oeh tof te detey to
Mhe .Bar points such as ears shape
of face, oed, hair eth., afe less In
port;t atll they all mea somethla
*d 0potnt should receive aMeA -
tis.,
_armers us. asl hima, are ait
attnestom to a$ .e0 setoa eto
show poses. But It does o hrm
to get as r w t show an Ial
Urpo Ia Ji onplrta with one's o
-- It is a on to ouMow a fad
Sbredig ama utiit nre int more
m., tha ou are Ioely to get
ask at the ame time there i W ee e
peoIt In the cew type of hogs.
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hieK It dot isltS

rpl.a s It with frteh air from

vTO ma widows placed up Womn-
s Mar the oceillina Too oftes a
Wllht or two of glas has been brok-
e* out and the place Sed iW with
a board or stuffed with straw. Thea,
If the f aner IS careless enough to
lAve' deearf vegtables tI the toeed
alts, or If he feeds brewers' graiu
and penalts the boxes and manaars
to become sour, It is a dangerous
,*i* v which to house live took.
DOrwl.the past year, a get man
InvtMtiStJts ave been condatM to
deteaieta the onuse of so much tuber-
elesi Ia dairy hetds, and a greWt
deal of tae trouble bas been traced
diret ly- t. a-lasp let ventilation. A
lot of .cow are crowded Into a sable
aSOd dat up to keep warm, without
regard to consequencesir-pitomist.


THRUATWtD BY TILE MOTH.
At a enoference at the New York
State DW aaent of Agriculture, it
was decided to send to each nursery-
man of the State a letter of warning
a aln t the brown tail moth, which
has been found in .ome importations
of nursery seedlings recently arrived
from France. The caterpillara have
been Identified by Professor Slinger.
land, of Cornell University; Profes.
sor Parrott, of the New York station,
*ad State Entomologist Pelt. This
insect peat has not become' estab-
IObeod In New York, and nurserymen
aOd orchardists who know of its de-
predations I l Maacb.asetts will unite
to repress It The discovery of its
presence having been made at this
early date gives the inspectors of
thp Agricultural Department ample
oppotaSinty to examine all incoming
*to&k and to attend to necessary fu-!
Migation, In whloh measures -the nur.
aer0e4 will co-operate.-Weekly
Wf .eas.


OVBR&P'BDING PIGS.
By an experiment with a certain
ration It costs eight pounds of corn
to make o0e pound of pork. By
ehanging he ration it was found pos.
alble to produce two pounds of pork
Son four pounds of corn. There is
sich a thing as over-feeding a pig.
Besides the dwarng effect of an un-
balanced ration the animal to apt.
to eat so much of one particular kind
of thing as to become stalled on his
feed.
Bone conateti mineral matter and
the saln f dtthave the proper el*
ments to uIld up a frame to support
Its weight of amsele and fat.
S.protein. orn
fla% jt etaouffilWt Rvrotmin.to -
keep a pig alive without growing a
|artlefe. If fed on corn alone it
weaoldn't gal more than twenty
pounds nla e months but If given a
proper ration coasisting of corn, mIa-
eral matter and protein t will grow
Into a two hundred and fifty oK two
hundred and eighty pound hog In sit
msoths. But It must have the right
quantity of water as well as the
'right proportion of fat forming food
teether with aumlcent protein and
mineral matter.-Upitomist.
/ PnD 8HEBP RBOGULARLY.
SheAe must be fed regularly both
enralt. and night, the feeding
tregas should be kept clean as heep
are. -aor les to a anitky nature
MaC -4tar **e i*. thrown lan the
toaugs as top of droppings it is sure
to d ---t them and Jose of ap.
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EDWARD KUMMER, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.

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ACCOUNT INAUGURAL CVRIMONIES
PRESI DENT-ELECT TAFT.
TIckets on sale February 28th, March let, 2nd and 3rd, final limit too
roach original starting point not later than midnight, March 10th.
Great Military Parade.
p .furt*aer information, reservations, etc., call on nearest Ucket
saog or write
A. W. PRITOT, Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
W. J. ORAIG, Passenger Traoffic Manager, Wilmington. N. C.
T. 0. WHITl. General Paw enger Agent.

Paltka Ice Factory
S"PRE -ICOE
PDistiled Water.
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Hanan, Ralston, B. & P. Kor-
rect Shape and W. L.
Douglas Shoes.

-BUY-
HOLEPROOF HOSIERY
We Sell It Under This
GUARANTEE
Ww @M "ft af-e*ix pf* o Th' buaranto i* made with the dit e
Hogppf M er akling will ned tine understanding that all the hos
m* inMle Ier et Mu~thM If they in *oh box must be worn by one per.
Sheid, We "r% tM rpla them by son enly. Therefore each lot must ons.
w ofM Mp irrnder of the pr. *ot of emsi *e.
*um ate wte the worn pair Mnd
*neo *p, pfovIMed they amr p Mi. | REMEMBER WE QUARANTEE
ed to Me whli exllenth. fm Tdetj
of ee to"M ware THEM.


Furnishing Coods,
Trunks and Bags.


Fearnside Clothing Co.
Palatka, Pla. Phone 91.
ai wsw w"J have our wmy bMt aud prompt eM .


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are- At i l -n r Au to 40 A sssm um sr 2ed Wt
UB Ui hu PPLIS he tee* e i 13 A* fnued and cultivated. Boom, U&
ttNaebs 6 ol* G0 &"Oft 4 aboUt i t tO., barV, it, ,wita:a v4
SSi.a .A iv wie, i Wante Writme t I |Su .
P^^^^ UNErRAIS Zuwual~hI the -M. W et 11 A. (need and oult-t sl. His b it
^^e sa. Mr sas* eltagoI a -os fldlete a adtb So pseledt& and dpca. A b Mao A* I
NBN 6eOt te her, oa Me bck of a a in g Sft at $100.00. Terms U dsistred.
S PALATrCA, VIA ote, barely somba esi, f to ** X30 &r ser_.h&, 4 I
S-- b as the water asM tr Ma & 80 &a Are, barn, w. 0i s, Nmll b_* V I _
I" a Mug oft If*te, C leared fineraW n la-nd. ar i&
n m at "The aecesy "at the U7 111 ftm b postoffice. Good locate kiD M<. i'& flfl INo.
ek pe5.alte m lr to k M pioucuoUn of wve Ii vrlW lm h m asy one wanting to rala S, e roa; m*m eC the
Ash'I rese Write Mi:ri IN a -Ottftet a* bo*, a"t Mo$^ s.e two storiMe, a"x t 163. Mo S5 60 1104 mlj,010
us fMite f holdtin lte tee of w rive wf rild DIet Coast
Md ftted with as aemaemeBt wro- -- ft *t* dalway nunlag through the property.
by the water W y be 0ft gond It a Mo. 4. 8,00 acres, river I sides. R Ask the price.
ORANGES PACKED IN solid rams th t h So lo *n b@ h1ad S e side, fence I mlle. Would f.*- --.
WRAPER" SGlle out ft at rfr cattle ranch, codsndo t r Do you want at late tl a beariMa
WRAPPRA MERARING 'A wave produeilg boetd bI bult w ba t Has 2 million feet pine, 1 1-2 osanro ol? No better ttIbtnent
OWN AND to the stag* lamedtey be th the aloft oypress, 6 million feet of aslh i Florida. rtI for particulars, e
YOU R OWN BRAND tui, Ify Harpers Weekly, ettMee gm, hickory, maple, magnolia, etc. Muate of profits, expenses, et.
SfSELL FOR AeroM the full width of the proee- Good wharf, 8-room house ,nd farm f
nJim opening, and is xcooave fn fUm, About 0* A. Under fence. The pnce No. 100. 0-room house. Cost over
a../ with the back ten feet tilgh ad the $*.00 an acre. If you mean busluesw $,500.00 to build. ano land
)f5C tO 5UC front edge only about twelve fiamt ems and see this. -00 peach t.ee. Jlt plated. 20
above the trough. ---- young orange trees. Barn new root
1t2 .. B ^ The ling water swirl is I t Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din- last year. Nice location; shelled
per klktn tr ors hoUlow of ds. bosw and lng room and large living room, about street and sidewalk on frot. Price
is projected In a solid sheet about two acres land recently set out in or- $3,500.00. A good opeaing for aome
thirty feet into the air before it breaks ange trees, nicely situated in center one to mk epenses by takil
p in thep an. A back tloth 2nd i- of town. Cottage furnished. For rent boarders while tfrit Cmes are coming
Theproof paint aid materially reat or sale. Photo. o bearing. as t
M SCthe Illuion. o bearing. EAsy trm
Cit Nine waves dh Into the le: ant Stok for sale in a stock company Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see
g- 0 intervals of six seconds and the roar
^D !a of the breakem is very almilar to the that is growing oranges and grape what we have to otfer. It eo les
surf. A high pressure main fills the fruit. Started business five years than to go farther south and then come
SCo. *Atanks In three seconds after they are ago and from 2 per cent paid the 1st back.
emptied. year the stock paid 10 per cent the
IS 1 NOW READY TO RECEIVE OR 4th year. Shares are $100 each. Send No. 16. Butdiang t, MKla feet
Waterproofing Fabrics. for booklet for $145 a*h. Obd hr plat.
DERS fhr FUTURE DELIVERY. ITrS fabrics are waterproofed by Impret-
CUTOMR KNOW THY WILL eating them with metallic sales, bylands In Dd* We have property nnn from
UTOMEOc KNOW THEY WILL oating them with oil, grease and wax, o. L Pineapple Dad We have propertle n rm
RECOIVE FAIR AND SQUARB by coating them with India rubber or by oun, on railroad. are lots, $30 a few hundred to $18,000. Write ua
ND QUAR7treating them with ammoniacal solu.- per se. If you want pineapple land about price you would want to pae
TRBATMINT, INCLUDING tion of copper. The first process is or a piery already la bearing, write for a place and we will write you
applied to alil cloth. The canva Is i* about what we have around your fig-
F PULL COUNT; Impregated with alum or calcium ace- 41. A pretty little grove with ine ure.
SEST QUALITY PAPER; tate, and then Immersed in a fixing location for house on river bank, re paying from $100 to $1,000 per
bath cT U I AP bath containing soap, which form ar P n
GOOD PRINTING; Insoluble lime or alumina soap In th season. Wharf on the property and acre.
cloth. The second process is used for sew parking ho e A Boston gentleman came down In
STRIKING DESIGN. raincoats, Imitation leather, etc. The ew packing ho December for hi heal bought 10
Fabric passes between hot rollers and WANT acres of land for $500 had it set oat
S end for Bamples and Pric then over a cylinder of wax, etc. In WANTED. to oranges and grapetruit; and before
the' third process a solution of India A good hotel man to put a little mon* he left in spring could have sold at
STHE JERSiY CITY PRINTING C00. robber ca earboe disulphide, chloso- ey and his time winters into a hotel enough profit to have paid all hisa ex-
SJERSEY CITY, N. J. fon or other solvent is applled. This company to build and run $20,000 to penses for the winter. We refused to
Sprocess is used for mackintoshes and $35,000 hotel. A man with less than sell.
S bathing aesps and is also applied to
... llA- MAW, 0 M M., 'i. thread. In the fourth process, employ.
.-*---- I* ed in the uasufacture of bookbindlags You Want a Home Is Ploids, Colp 1o m Mates
,ee bh e tt. 1*e S fllW and Willeed canvas, cotton cloth is ad a wa t W e Ha. t. Offer Yes W ll
hr" piles atS C4ala ba- s. --- n run through a soluUtion of oxide of cop, Vh Wy n o O W
4,' p er in m. W. ownia p la ,eoal, which dissolves the flsk a tt If Yes Oeltt
___ auperfcial layer, and on evaporation
KHOIStStO RsNT. 'I1 leave It Is the form of a uniform coat-
lug of cellulose. The process ist coRe Estate Ag
r. ..SS. estf.ote alp l -otestatt Agency,
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Managers and Plays. Larger Than Nisea SAN MATBO. PLA.
aveo thuer am s i' tf e*rou e Jarger than ffisgars is the cstaract
S tet against ladegent pla"y the yo of the Iguauu alas, almost at the
t doem nd Bmea'nroh Moao interacts f 9t three frosUer of B A L rrrw cot
Se mnaSer wt, a*r tsmete iSy, t nd tBE At BC uILLERa .'LOl
wvtl Be doa 'S'bU deMMnd." it R Te riser ta' Irs tace
Ss q ev ovala. It is most con. feom a Spanlsh word messing great THE ST. JOHNN RIVER mY iAYvuey.
falple.t it U do- W*te** Few .ahtaens ever catch a
ve .----,-,c -jies'of tawn F bll oer. Stbecausr Ct D ESCENT."
-Mtaen t ok te poursese
....S- -h S"to olr ans .bldoo i daeceew to r V
6 OusN Weat toam M e joureyusoaut any mMles f>t>u .. &- .. M4.=o
Me t emo ANm laM the fair, fertiloe mum sa

eng 41K 00 taltr. t a. ois e_._.
ftSe rB the giw .f JeMi I bp-"10 0M mtb- *- 1 "* "'t-emll5, a Cem Mt7". I .+.
.e. ,. :Msts, s ..'-4i we .. a u at. A S..... !$U
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Attorney-at-Law.
am" lue stre, Oppoite hPlma

PALATKA L FLORIDA


aw Putr Hde- WolF
Tallow, Bewewa, Beef,
Hides, Goatskins.

M. Sabel A Sons,
1U LOWMUISVI sY.
00Me UN ft COstMry in Laulavli".0
3 ARllt DALUr IN A5.OMA soM
Wihs --ubests. R.SIr M Ioie
Amy %a& IbT LoISVIlu
Wrie is wwkly pries lst

Ml" KATE L. LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,
WILUNERY FANCY GOODS,
No@O s', ladies', misses and chil-
dre's summer underwear.
Idie' silk gloves.
E AM, embroidery, collars, belts Mad
the test styles ain spring hats and
-Soed trimmer Md designr
nlpo 4. Price right. BtlstaUtioUo

Sme MwaIl "ve up all sn e
,4 Tbhu e*es that they will by*
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Work and Infant Mortality.
In eight Industrial towns, where
the proportion of married women of
child-bearing age at work in the fac-
tories was 43 per cent., the Infant
mortality rate for ten years averaged
12U per 1,000. In eight Industrial
towns of a different type, where the
proportion of married women at work
was only 3 per cent., the infant mor-
tality was only 150 per 1,000. Tho
exessive rate In the first group Is
sot due to bad wages nor to bad con-
ditions, but to the absence of the
mother.-Lndond Post.
The OwveraMeat of Astria makes
epietl lad ments to t anmoe who
wIll rwelaS water ibads amd make
S8 tha .


A?o to a atses or tba
states Oologiest Burvey, tie
amtwry of theR ltetlr has jsot
withdrawn from eatery all the pbDiO
isads. embracias about siMty-4f hueb
dred wire. Ia the petPole aM fd *
OsM Meld to W to west a!n -it
Iana taowm as Oe (Mdeo oil .ed.
Tlhs aiUo% is takes peadin a carod
8logie Investigation by the United
tates Geological Survey with a view
0 preventing a waste of natural gas
"M ha been etmated at 75.000,000
cable feet A day, or more than one
twentieth of the amount of thialfool
. meftlly consumed /n the eoatie Milted
Stat".
The Caddo oil fild i about twenty
flTe miles northwest of Shreveport,
Ia., in Caddo Parish. As at present
ouUtlned by preliminary well drilling
the field Is very narrow and is about
ten mlled long in a northweat-outh*
east direction, but geologists of the
survey who have ieeostly visited the
fie report hat although its exact
Iklts have not yet been determined,
It is probably of enucK greater extent
than has been supposed.
This field has b it lately come into
prominence as a producer of petro-
leumn, but It includes gas wells that
have for several years given evidence
of very great pressure. About four
years ago one of the gas wells in this
field began to leak badly around the
casing, as a result of poor work in
packing the well above the gas-bearing
sand. This leakage rapidly Increased,
and the well soon "b'ew out"-that is,
the pressure of the gas blew the pipe
out of the ground and tore away the
surrounding earth, and the pipe, der-
rick, drilling apparatus, etc., all fell in-
to the well and were submerged by
water -which blew out with the gas.
Gas continued to blow out from this
well for about four years. Around
another well a crater akout 300 feet
in diameter has been formed, which is
usually half filled with water or thin
mud containing some petroleum. In
the middle of this the gas boils up.
making a large anud volcano, and pe-
riodically the entire crafer fills with.
oil and water and overflows Into Cad-
do Lake. Persons familiar with gaa
wells have estimated that 15,000,000
cubic feet of gas is wasted from this
well in twenty-four houri. A still
greater waste is reported at a dry
well about a mile due west of this one,
*where the gas is burning with a flame
varying from 70 to 100 feet in height.
It is asserted that no effort whatever
is being made to control theie wells.
The oil men are sail to have a fanci-
ful -belief that after the gas has blown
off the production of oil will be Lm-
(proved, but there is no Justification
for this belief, for the rapid escape of
gas rather injures the oil chances of
the field by permitting an ilurux of
salt water as the gas pressure Is re-
moved. The real reasons for this
profligate waste, apparently, are the
facts that there is no immediate use
for the gas beyond that now supplied
to Shreveport and Texakatna, and that
the sensational spectacle of this burn-
lag gas at night will advertise the
field to those passing through it on
trains.


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i.,n wi.th tt & soostt ft tb to a
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va lasit oa this plfat a dmv tr" a T er. aso Gods e

S-0---^. .. "anc Fasth r h.
M assaeet tho Pt ynaNe R eo othatt, re"de It
,- "P"e e, sirw a.id the yotnk llow.
Now the basteesain. to says by "DoH't 'pley' mybdd y bnou," to l t


acts nearly doubled, and with this do he h"alw l looking to;ng fellow
S ** e o 18.60 to1 to et e let th cd This season productions far
Consumer rapidly -climbed to 3.4 a oa* rtel.
ba, "o of w te towing edd Piper.
ton before te war "Hrod was over. ?Am Yom am got I. surpass any previous season in beau-
Umo stbefore seop raised it the lIt's MrH. itv erbe at owns the -

peWhaps a hundred men afnd dong a of a leak I the cellin- from the doorl
Thirs meant the poduon of *ly oeda that wrek h w sad o have all th
fteen hundred tos of Iro a year, a th
Amount wbteh Is ,exeded by the poe- ovo," add P d. "o teor IS WOrth having at
dution of an hour at the pryset Got dai th adoor aiee It A
r eat ad got t and ltft a belper. Go
tw Ks fl tback sUr' si"d the leak. Then report
About this tbunes a bynyg "aD ne _________,
lpo me. Dt beast carry too me at.
Thetw Carnegie by same r hoal yes sy ed
e growin, poth e llm d of In p The rnog dsan departed, returain
ctse nerly obleded to thI s 4. s a eele of o. Sideenn
wan theprestInt tre d. ro hadong, Mr. Pipes," he sell.
u ha o Ina the Potltoy tHe "aMe tak~Ant overhsead spilled some
sa n e t fe the oer a water a cor haer of the kithena. Itps
fer *4dmo was Churned to thse t me suad the sink and followed the
Almosttf pipe Ipo to the Ioor below. That was
perhaps A hundred Its capital hav His s t
ismean eto $8000, prod wch an f Pip" otapt on making out bills. A nti

Prior to 1870 commerce a yar. an oe" said Pipes. lae fohsiden.
t.r,, w.ok.. a .a -., w. With ,"" ."" Beautifulne Poplins, Inplan
"rs Cit erN timeh" be m said.
,S.gonpsl.'e'."'s.of-' ." "ma"* un-"g o, depa andratederrnen igte's,
SawI terest eI the entris He "Netting dMoin Me. Pihe said.

S,. osematedthe p o lcey* eforteal. 99a erner f other kc en.I
.. ..... ...in the ourse of Wth ** th * ow ethe o 'teleti

atme wastha hange dipesd et on mak out bills.BGT


of ft*M&,T a marchhe se..t early. We can save you money.
.;aOuM to ec othe. ~r asived ab"srt a mesag to an *oer at
paioUry the ame aelts of sme diSeam. een the am was
pnphreo at about the same Usi. of an*OO shouted: "ey,
invested what Ibhas tene ,moo.ey om ebac bo* re
aAs 0e besMemer prom," by e galloping bat, sitti '
ofM" 0-at ft I a"d M** *0 Is tohe ad e.
w.eb s.-lpm&s edN Me --ppe4 Vo,, ,ad ameu
ps bM 1846 knew that 16 hal SMIU gnanw IN '
-JJPWerSP 1 PNW adg : *Ordly, Ist the uaOl of yeor
IMns A as W69B bet It masae W2 Y" l we l no a sein*s
M'T ai ki ar& "Tee, sir," noas te a slshS yee


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