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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 17, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075913:00027

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uoalW eather fleport.

Taxu'uaATUutu:

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Mrs. M. L. Howard, Jacksonville,
is here visiting Mrs. B. 8. Croeby.
8. Q4inby and wifo who have,
4 ,1fspat the winter here left Wednes-
S dq for their diome In Gloverevile,


S.- r B. Banker has gos0 to New
TYo4 whef t 6ood position htabee
S ofeed him for the next three
months.

S :Mr. L. M. Tingley was advised by
S wiem of the severe illnees of Mr. Will
S iuglq at bi"Intooe In Newark, N.
J.,mad left Sunday p. m. for that

The fret sabhpmnt of Irkeh potatoes
Sfxpm federal Point sod in N. Y.,
.l quickly *t fiom $6.00 to $6.00 per bbl
. le weOe. *jtatees are now going
by #Wifain load from Hastings one
,'+ -aI*e.oarrnylagS car loads able isweek.
S I. Q ,W. Asse and son paid ns a
lM0 l tisit Friday. Mr. Ames has a
groe at ,eporis- t* eGaente to
W 't hA4.nd, M ,A& heme." l-me

howi- 'Mr. oo o and a-
oeo oat the w Ban Matoo
mo 1o$^ td Prof. ewalthe.



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IFlorda Prodlts in New York.
1 ew York, April 9.-Receipts of
Florda products were little heavier
thap last week. Celery was in heavy
supply with a good demand for fancy
stock. Range in price was from $2
to $1.50 with only. very good stock
*bringing the outelde figure. Cab-
bagge $3.60 to $276. Cucumbers
brought $8 to $4. Etgplant $8 to $4.
There was a lot of poor lettuce
coming which did not bring over
$1.60. Fancy stock brings easily
$2.50. Peas were in heavy supply
and showed Irregular quality. The
range was $1.50 to $8. Peppers sold
at $1.60 to $9. Romaine 75c to $1.26.
Wax and green $2. Fancy tomatoes
brought $2 and choice $1.60.
There was a good demand for fancy
Valencia orange and the range on
the street was from $8.60 to $4.26.
On Wednesday Indian river Valen-
eia oranges brought at auction as
high as $6.50 for verv fancy stock.
Pineapples sold at $2 tot.8f0 and
tangerines 1.50 to $L.60 per strap.
There are hardly any tangerines on
the market.
Grapefruit Bhows a decided im
provement. There was a good de-
mand for fancy golden russets, small
sizes. whish brought around $6.50
but the the range of prices on the
bulk of the offerings was from $2.60
to $8.50.
Strawberries sold at 15 to N6c a
quart in open erater.-N. Y. Packer,
April 10.


Plank's Chill Tonic for Ma-
laria, Chills. Fever,.Colds anuc
LGOrippe.o Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Sold- by
j. W. Bowley, San Mateo. 4.17



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Notioe to Sto S khoM
The Annual Meeting .of t* *h `
Mateo Fruit Co., will be held 6 the
ofee of the Secretary, San
Florida, Tuesday, May 4, 100,i
10 o'clock, a. m.


J. A. CHossY,
Secretary and Treaos


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NOTICB Or INTENTION TO APPLY to T
LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF 7F1
IDA POR THE VALIDATION OF C0*,
ELECTION UELD IN PUTNAM OIOTW
AUTHORIZING AN ISUEZ OF $111MO
BONDS.


To All Whom It May Concern:
T AKK NOTICE THAT SIXTY (03)]
afier the publication hereof, wV t el
signed citizens and County Corn
Putnam County. btle of Florida la
ply ti the LRgislature of theoftteofraB^
ita next esmion A. I. 1900 for thee
law legullilngand valldatlu the "eei |
and held In Putam Count .F d g
day of November A. D. 10t, to
whether or not the bond proMd 0
tls of the BoardAof Vuary y
Put nm County, florida Ma foUo.w
The sum of one mdnl ThoaeMUda l ||
Hard Surfaeed Blhwa, the ts of y-
Thousand dollars ?o bride over
the St.Johnsa River a Palatha, Friotda4 ,
sum of Ten Tbou and dollars for St Bridsep r
and across Dunn' Creek, a smail bridge e .
Banana Mill In Commissioners Distriet i
and other bridge that may be neeo
the sum Thirty-flve Thousand dollar *
Ing a County Court Honuse at Palalka, il t,
should be eisued, and also to validate
issue andeach and very part thereof,. M
prove and validate each and every ol4 U i
may be issued under and by authd ol
election and to cure all defect, ~ ndm
igle. that may exist in said elect ion,
holalng sad canvassing of mid elefte. f; ,
ly empower and authorie the is.e, ealMi s
and ale of said bone.
L. C. 8TBU mUD .
Chairman Board County m, .'
Pulnamounty Flo
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T. J. Ooil J
W. C. AL '
M. BONAWOr
Members, Board of County Co mueio e ..
Putnam County, Florida. 7 6
Palatka, Florida, this 4th day of Mare

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Cypress Shingles for

Weather Boarding


Deacon Jones, the great man of a
little village of Massachussetts,
whose outward piety was of the
vociferous order, but whose charity
toward his fellow men was not so
abounding as It might have been,
was dangerously ill, and his brother
deacons, Impressed with tet custom
of issuing bulletins from the sick
rooms of prominent individuals, de-
cided to follow the fashion, with the
following results:
1 p. m. Deacon Jones isa in a ser-
ious condition."
'*7 p. ni. Deacon Jones has ral-
lied slightly."
"9 p. m. Deacon Jones has suffered
a relapse."
"11 p. in. Deacon Jones has depart-
ed for heaven."
Thus ithe bulletins read at mid-
night; but early in the morning some
unregenerate mortal who did not
love he Deacon, evidently passed
that way, for the light of a new day
showed curious townspeople the
later report:
"'Heaven. 7 a. m. Great consterr
nation here. Deacon Jones has not
arrived."- Woman's Home Com-
panion for March.

Record Price for Floridau.
New York, Apr. 9.-The last sale
of Deerfleld Fla., oranges for the sea-
son was held this week, when Wes-
sets & Co., sold a car and realized as
high as $2.86 for some half boxes.
The car grossed $1,940, which they
believe is a record price. These fig-
ures reflect considerable credit on E.
P. Porehers, who has charge of the
grove. They show that fruit can be
grown at & profit In Florida if the
proper brains and industry are used.
-Produce News.
. "Is Florida soil to Blame?" Is the
heading of an article lt HNew York
Produce News, signed Commission
Merobant. He -seeirs to think the
reasoh Florida fruit does not ship as
well ~e California is In the soil and
ferailer. We wonder if the gentle-
a do"e not know that 4"ere are
time when freit from nearly all
Florida giov~doe. not eary well.
Then again te weekly It carries

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Every House in Flord1
should be weather boardA
with "Tilghman's" 6xo
press Shingles. Needs nd'
Paint. Not Expensive. Al-
ways Looks Well. ForpqS -
ticulars, write to 1 Oc.*

N. J. TILGHMAN A

Box L, Palatka, F
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Wholesale'Commission Merchants


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'A. Robinsoon8 d", NIna.; 3RA. monies, Deergeld, Ms-';AL v WIin1MR,
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GRAPPR UIT, ORANGE
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The Callender-Vanderhool
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.


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ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINE
Vegetables in Season.

Geo. B. Long & Co.,
149 Michigan 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.


Florida Fruits and Produce


as WASHINGTON
SPIMALTIES: Pineapples,


STREET. . . . EW YORK.
Orange*, Grapefruit, Early Vegetables.


SHIP YOUR '

ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT
TO


PhiliE. E ddy,
PROV4 INC, RHODE ISLAND.


Charjeston, S. C.
NO SALE FOR GRAPEFRUIT.


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market prices in


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for their regular fruit quotations.


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Oranges and


Grape Fruit.


Largest car lot handlers in Chicago. Members National League of Coq1
mission -Merchants, the best recommendation a house can have. Witl
our Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, about us. Ask any tri
trade paper about us. Your Interest a our ours. Get In touch with goo4,
live people.
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WHOLE SALE


Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants
Reoelver of Oranges, Grape Fruit. Pineapples and all kinds of SouthMe
Vegetables.
References: First National Bank
49 Tampa, h., The National Bank WO. al1 DOCK 8TRWBT
of Northern Uiberties., Philadelphia;
The 0. Painter Uertillser Cor. PHILADELPHI.
pana, Jaksoaville, Ifa.
WILLIAM I. GROOOTT, Representaive.


Prompt Return.


Quotations on Reques.


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11|n aa Tine. "In fact, I have
lar pronouncing I the
eui'hule Instrument I have
d; quite typical of Rich.
Ioet axloru to learn how
.... boh will te it. after
lt ielly Inore than they have
Jifte epet. None of them has
H to him during the lat the
Whal t more, they ave
to each other during the
Mf ppy family! !Jan '.
.lWN ler, boll-ummoned, 1 oz-
1^L o seatlemen at 3 o'clock. As
r t l arrive uaher th Into
Jo moiute before three Mr.
t Wiate entered the aclltual,
Stmiutee later he was followed
brother, Joeph, who took a
Healde him without offering or
--- repo@Mcltlo. Then the clock
"~ n d ca the instant the
d othar, Henry, ome Into the
S He hwas d nla the very lat-
JH> Olor fashion, and present-
Sotrat to the other two.
atlme*t eah other, almost
i e to at& other, they ento

EI I*wer Van Tine entered.
~b ert to a w to you. I
iplide hti wl th taaewi on


K W aelti attaeN the a ich
a eto He eh athe alast
1 K7, afo at 4ta4I
^^^^^U^^B^-dkih^^ k^are j^k|^^4J th feetL L
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tart t w....... ... b room of000 8k
As e*tr, rtea *m oI Sy pP" isf ttis," said B ery. -
'I T haped tMrtl 8 has str me as oelag the height
*As yot late Wtrotb was s lM d of folly tor us to bave three eso
ered verVWt It is of SttuB t f when by joinan bands we eaS 0e016
portade that we pgt lt the eoteta polish the Same result by boris o0.
.of the tlt ThMt rit with 7y Then, too, itf t be satto etiy all
Is y*oe No whm I ha eard the aWega, we can employ outside &ejp
will" Lot Aus open the vaalt--stBt
Theni fowed t w- T"At of the let us. as brothers, divide ts co
will. e bthemr lsteao dI tents into three equal shares. What
tently and itti .me. It recited that do you sa?"
the deoesed lMft il be t d th te Dri less, they agreed, and that day
world. oke 1 In thae Fvt they employed a expert who de
h". oeertf. it -*, glec md ded a ah retainer of $OO be.
was the ea n ehaet od0( leiMo lU, he tackled the Job.
Ie'* At laest at considerable expense
"He had bs aM- to doeeM a oUt jointly borne they hbd the dril
I bdoary hfeoI sao Ig a thbee repealed and the expert set to work.
broth&e asd o I pr de49 At the end of a month the cube waS
m Irt* method Of OIeDOWa The opened. Inside they found the key
ome way to open the 'asi was by -and a note.
Mea 0 of three key. Theoe thi "I suspect strongly," they read In
keys., ran the wilt, would be puad the handwriting of their beloved te-
Sthe re of othreet ibee wh? ttor, "that long before this cube has
would be ftbU outStd* the vault. TO boon opened my three brothers will
oeh of his brothers he bequeted have agreed upon a truce. I r@rogno-
one of the4cubes; to eahb, a diamond tie that they will combine Inter-
drill, also his Invention.. et, and proceed to open one of the
"The first one of them to bore subes only. That is unfair. Know-
through the cube to the centre and Ing them as I do, I have divided tho
to extract a key could open the vault key Into three parts. The three parts
and become possessed of its contents whea joined fit the trefoil keyhole.
absolutely and forever. No -outside A duplication of the note Is to be
assistance was to be employed. found in each of the other cubes."
The work mv"t be done at the-vault. 8o the expert demanded a further
The three brothers Journey uptown foe and Set to work on the remain-
in the same elevated train, but I I lg ubes. At the end of six anxious
different cars. They reeahed the weeks the cubes were opened and the
house within a minute or two of each key was complete.
other. At the foot of the ellar te Then with hearts thumping wildly
they found the vault and the cubes. the three brothers opened the vault.
Without a word they set to work At the entrance they came upon a
and removed their coats.. q'hey bored I.,e chest
andd bredan dthessredWionso much At the top they found three gold-
sad truth in the assertlon of Law w oen dollars--that was all.
Van Tine sent the lpenstra ty "This Is all I have In the world,"'
of the metal they were trig to ran a slip of paper which lay beside
Pierce the money, "and If I reciprocated the
The next day they came; &ad te affection which you bear me, t is just
next, and many na*ts. At 4e end about three dollars more than I ought
of two weeks they ffed theAsolve to leave. But I so willing to give
about half an laeh further thea when you compensation for your recent la.
tey started. ber. Take them and be happy."
rXom the first and without expla-. The three brothers shook hands,
ti they adopted a system by whi and became friends.-New York Dye,
two of them were always to be- Ai a ftnl Journal.
at the vault. Such was the ensure
of their fraternal trust.
One alght while Hoary was at work CAPTAIN OF THE SCHOOL
hle drill broke. He looked up tre ---
idation, to discover whether Joseph, How a BrOoklyn Principal Keeps on a
who was worktl at his side. had Priendly Footing With His Boys.
noted the mlbhap. Apparently ioseph At tbAe o-e-a1al "mfaon ex-
was oblivious of all save the teak be- etos of Publc 8Mool 138 of Brook.
fore him. i- ly W lnd l JamI C. Ro.e0 toMd
do Heary sat there Idle until Jba's ast e ee be had eated
arrival Iton the early imu- relieved snM OIL He1% dlitcaptain
him. The he e oin at to l it cptala
a celebrated dlamesd setter t Ni" mpe.mmIdeel .i ,
"No tI e said the e ehamlo hte qrut m er to the student'
be had qaumtitt the bioka Mil em-'"t* Woh has eharge not emly
ri oot replace i te o 4
the drills mad b RIohard W tA .to. moel -n X i
as- e trlo od c *. wb, 41 y e sebool. and als commlta shoee *
atlr. VMaM w t* ^ eeit.- He is the l who repre-
or without In ( s Mae I -iAti t beis ai s dealMa wt t
oere d his a .m s rt or bth va s uu, a tie plaea |
so.m. na .. -. him fey s9d 3t e


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M as btar of IGHORADU PRU IT GRADIMR. A prfeent
enet dlog In the machine, lightest r running and most up to dat
SManery built to order, sppUoes, Equlpment. Etc. Write -
mall to emivo my perewal attention. All kands of turned work to
Ahe lrvetor ad manfactrerW.
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u*;hw ee^i~MI K f w06 sat, wnot burMle the fruit,
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wert-I th sile As an instance for prot In a good
uat ak two fm s alrg grove, Mr. B F. Dotney, trom
who take orders ead live tes than seven acres last season,
V06s at door. w' fWakIF M8*, lnpped $6,300 worth of fruit.
SIs laomrported, but s@ Bo..
town tWsX tAve bf*een collected n The sl varies a great deal from
over ten years; the many public Im. igh pine to low and high hammock,
pronmeate are made by the push and 12l within a mile. so that lands for
seApro pt the cltise*a and pullitg say purpose or crops can be secured!
together. The state and county taxes San Mateo can be reached from
are about 20 mills on about one-third Jocksonvtlle by Floridas East Coast
Valat ....railway or Beach and Miller line
ew t.n steamers (see time tables clsewhert
=1, dMu s and qtDUl, bla k U1 16 tIn tds I'p). The Clyde's St. Johns
9 "10iaer n drqa% wam*bas river steamers arrive here about 10
Good.uisrle Wloa Dat r f P. aL so do not .dvise this route.
--*mWt _o NA.VW AM.- Ii e1.2I; railroad $2
epen rlate at to ti a V from Jacksonville.
Irs per weekL d ah Rainbow leaves Palatk
WtX *w ea" people weat tar ^
55g tusat0 Ipele/t west O every sftemroon at Iv.ft. Lucas line
re 1~i ~t-b osopms V st0emore 2.380 p. m., every day but
Sost of Wb est Whim suf"y.
1-, of111e 1.Ii.,..a_, ,._ I UFe from Palatha $ p. m.
S11hl 0 5P^r~tTedays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
he bt er and raIl s a. apd three trains daily on r. E. C.
IW waya 's s. t awty. teao. fromPalatka 2 seats
mswam'I *t* e a wea ass my rerout&. tt
"ad termleals at Jaapavstie wee .
Smee tham soasetel awa i"t a"p.
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on o la to ooe~~ TO SHIP YOUR
SMroute tW rarther0 Oaeanwsp,
at not brimg eb e to pay fSWtf
ti. wouWid *shi y from here ow day Og
and have fruit go om J9o0v* a#04o
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Srowes and- the hMoker
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Some of the dangers ex-President
Moosevelt .will encounter In his Bast
African trip are described in an aso-
VA st given by Winston Spencer
Chrohill, former BriUsh Under-Seo-
retary of State for the Colonies, of
his expedition, which covered almost
exactly the route to be followed by
the Roosevelt party.
During his trip Mr. Churchill's Eng-
lish servant succumbed to a mysterl-
ous and swiftly fatal fever. A daily
dose of ten" grains of quinine warded
of malaria in <4e case of Minister
Churchill.


He describes the Uganda Protetcot-
.at. an enchanted land because of
forests of surpassing grandeur and
foliage of indescribable beauty, but
cursed with malignant attributes.
Never a White Man's Country.
Very white man seems to feel a
sense of indefidable oppression and
Mr. Churchill says it will never be
a white man's country, adding:
"A cut will not heal, a scratch fes-
ters. In the third year of residence
even a small wound becomes a run-
ning sore. One day a man feels per-
fectly 'well; the next, for no appar-
.eat cause, he Is prostrate with ma-
lara, and with malaria of a peculiar-
* ly persistent kind, turning often In
the third or fourth attack to black-
water 4-$yer.'
While Wild animals abound with-
out number, the danger from them,
Mr. Oburchill says, is less than from
the tapte fly, which when Inflected
in a manner yet undetermined by
scientists becomes a deadly assassin.
The soae of the fly is confined to
the trees and the bushes and near
the water, and it may therefore be
avoided.
According to Mr. Churchill, this
deadly sect first appeared In the
Ktadcat of Uganda s the summer of
1001 and within five years had killed
two out of three of all the inhabit-
ants, no leds than 300.000 persons dy-
ing from the poison which it spread.
Aeeepted Death With Apathy.,
"It might have been expected."
wrote Sir H. Hesketh Well, the Gov-
ernor of Uganda, to Mr. Churchill la
reply to a query on the subject, "that. -
even though the negroes showed Ina
'aity to grasp the theory of the
trasmmsadm of disease by the agen y
ls sects, the uadesiable dead4aess
of the M tri borderkng f the lake
ore wold hbayp iduced them to
ee fom the strike lad and to
.SV ao"ht in the healthier districts
1.a 1e6ge from the pestilence
,uflaa ttl e m thousands

ieM have aral~sd the natm,
W WhSe deplortag the sadmess
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Doubtful Powder.
One day, after listening to a story
particularly offensive with age, Lin
coin McConnell, the Georgia evanget
ist, told this: I
An old darky went Into a store
down in Georgia and asked:
"Say, boss, you got any gunpowdah
heah?"
"Yes, we have gunpowder."
"Lemme see some of that theah
gunpowdah."
The dealer showed him some.
"Pore a little of that powdah in
any hand."
The old darky took the powder near
the light, ran his forefinger around
and around in it, looked at it critical-
ly, and then smelled It two or throu
times.
"And you say this beah is powdah?"
"Yes," answered the dealer sharply;
"that is powder. What is the mat-
ter with it "
"Dunno, boss"-the darky shook his
head doubtfully-"but hit smells to
me like It's done been shot off 'be-
foab."-Judge.
"Mind Your Stops."
Massachusetts has a law, known as
the '"semi-colon law," under which
a misplqbed semi-colon regulates the*
liquor trale" in the city of Boston.
But this is not a circumstance to an
omitted comma as nstanced in the
following act of the last Legislature
of Massachusetts: "Whoever oper-
ates an automobile or a motorcycle
em say public way or private way laid
out under the authority or law reck-
sedly or while under te tlaaenes of
liuor, or so as to "admnger the
live or safely of the ptlie," ete.
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I- I propose to come ,bek vei r
amuc alive and one of the frst places
A shall visit will be this lodge room."
Interest In the prospeets for usod
sport dudag the eomla.t. asps, su m.
ulatedb the com6ig of Theodore
teo.. has--brouiht detailed" re
ports of the vements of same tate
B npa Tallyan de Visent, 4o rem
lais Hnes.a who has iJust y
tureOdMl m a huntingA trip. reports
Red sport with hippopetmi on
the 1pper Tana River. and for the
shooting of this game he recomAends
the district between the Athi and
the Tana rivers.
The eland, snu and cryx stalking is
perfect, with the exception that hun.
ters of this game are constantly in.
terfered with by unusually aggressive
rhinoceroses. Lions are plentiful,
but with some exceptions, they seem
to -be timid.
A man named Smith. the leader of
the party of TransvaaI Boers who re
cently settled in the country, wRs
carried into the hospital at Nai-
robl, terribly mauled by a lioness.
No black mane lions have been seen
thus far this year.
The rains are late. They have be.
gfin to fall in the Nakuru district.
but otherwise they are holding off.
It is now certain that they will be
heavy during the first part of Mr.
Roosevelt's trip.
The Uganda Commisasion hopes
that Mr. Roosevelt will visit the big
camp in Uganda where natives suf-
Nering from the sleeping sickness are
cared for.


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Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Kisses,
BUTTERCUPS, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.


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HOT and COLD DRINKS.


FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO CARRY FULL LINK
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Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.


Nt IpertmentL They have been on the market for year
At all the great hotels of the East Coast
At the Club House of the Florida Automobile Assoolatioa
on DaytonaOrmond Beach.
On board the famous St Johns and Ocklawaha River
Steamers.
By the Union News Company on the limited trains.
At all First class Hotels, Clubs and Cafes.
The Florida Tourist knows and loves them welL Why
don't you get acquainted?
For convenience eof our mail order fritnas we put pameo
our best brands In boxes of 12 cigars eah and will deliver
see anywhere in the United states at following prices:
Mfa of 13 Panetelas for 76 cents, retail pries 10 centc,
** Puritanos for 76 cets, 10 **
Club House 1.00 retail prie 15 esenta
Invincibles $1.25 retail price 30 cents.
Imperials $1.50 retail price 0O ents.


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'"J. CbeW 0 ow-. dofto bflam to Dnds at Laheland. phes, clhairatate B. T. so.
SKW. N amR the City i Of ISte, oty uSt Lak do., it-The strawberry Ws aIsiA, S MtNW; M. S -nMa, -M
m u mNi MMOolledaM, ad taMt Id *Al m wil psr smn has com to a lose, the unal ne~rile; 5. T. Jnis, .*Bteam B5A;
e qum ONf RUoM MD iL. Islpmets' having goe forward last W. C. AlyoTs, -eM.
L'I' t es d B vWy e se o Ca- week. Over 250~0 quarts were re- o .. N.-. --!.B.i. ,-
t tr tht caha mt beod by tb dskippedfrom tis ,ection, which e- ,pe-e,,i.,; J. L
ofHun a. t E et t am& throughout the season. The local
Sb to J. arket still wooded with berries of 8te Dr. & 8, Pa.
Slridhas a abee os iu f .wo.n to bele aG etainribed the most superior quality and will be ltk.
n l wrMlh bIde lawin my prseao, th.is I day of De- ustI -bout May ist. Representative-. J. HaiBr, Pa
i tha omber,. A. D. UN. The Irish potato and string bean law; H. A. B. rKeaw", ts.
p el5ss'of (sea.) A. W. OlMAASON, ropC are now claiming the attention n
aom.l (TheNoWy Public. O fthe S M-ab not w ek Town Oser
of tate ad the. lit. HaMa Catarr Cure is o talate Inte. Irish potatoes will be leaving this se Mayor-J. 8. Rowley.
t 4tby commercial bod. sally* l adscts dreet)e bloo beena ns eal one for all kTelss of AldermemJ. A. Oe 3. 0 6.*
the t have drawn the at and meuous t mefruit and vegetables ad much moe.: lr, C. A. Baoley, 8. W. pe, H.
Sti f thisn cas sto ndfo tost s"lals fre. s comaI Into eirelatoa, eoesen tL Goodwin, L BL. aley.
sM.at J. CHMNT 0 0. Toledo, 0. priest having Oee recelvel for pro aT Assessor, Tea x toes-r, lTes-
q Ee rep0 a being S d mby all oDrugglta. t. 4"ce. el, Clerk-lrdtt BBB.
-.- o etlnous agro Take Hall's saIly PMll for O Niag arscal-Wlliam
SPie advantage ____W tis rrib calamity often h
Ua6*krS,5 orlmas.Pltyetinon ar,.r mnbe Pas* pa ae a _elm. boatimaan. I.- Flec .. "r-
Scores the rivers warslng-grownlngc herJacksoavl""s 1L .- P. 1wF.
SOf the YaOht, at. Tamps. and terro, Jakmvle.
4,los atTaph l. -The *t Sa ana warnings are kid. That dull pain or c nn Clk-
S to owned by o. att m, Oit ache ln the back warns you the Kid. vale; StA*e Spka t? ; IL
00 fomrltsuss Ayr tat e NwSe .We r a. a seyneed atteison Kf you wuMl* Mo(tle*o- It
.mt etable- sa ,d ths OI7 heiep eim fatal maladle- Dr4opsyn, I-O
iLt os Young oo to Soeers Paet rail.- Ws or Bright' Dsease. Take ,oo. es- wwn ihr des
road. Mr. Harlman ay Joa the par- tried Blitters at once and as Back- *k* t o PIb 4ue.
i i-" wireless tyo in Pga-_. .ache Sy and all your bat fee..lngs. 4.., a iI
On A arrngmasa yebt Su ta "t ,Aft-er lo sateri. from h kes a had t he
t5eis,-na.arr vingm r ,m naa a I eak dand- lame back, o mtas$1w.
-ae....are not it Barrmae lines, who are malm a- t/ Mfme m-A W e
sy t r. Tt wl t Ta n- sce1lk T*n. Only chlt exeative e pets .
, n -ft.,ri ., ,al s_ -ad harI..or.elmt- v-. !na l,. W. Rowey's. tr ly.s but pr.am .t
s Mt shan M MeLavulln la t eady Shrit Van Pe t ree -tv a A
by the At ae seb oard A kAei. tes To x"end 9Rallrad. wart am to Ise N ewm*
t be L!. w Pey ar Jaco a, tla-4ory McLaughl--- F. .aAe' and .Tw '
2B"WEL- .s p rm rsient orePieasa tAola am a
cc, ts. ad ; iawl es a uauteor w a14 d
sWWBrius Usbtd Io*r m ssotes..shou'athir4ty mil ehedS too aOlve as t4 i
61 6 a01" o. wAo* Na"e M 1s. hoe e I s o" ad $aboW thelasf w to two saell" miles" MOW
aiat= 0s9 fe ,Inese a. an wt ansts is l$Into*
^b year AMs N. lmUes; 0. WA laorw wit a at m e e Fthrs baa tetUnn te
NW Inte n-tdb gex.t. d fsteam- wa tad ft tb nb IWO SbuS thG W
wall be whaid ( W" a ohs sA sSi ftl ote A*rAt *
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thi ti4e aqeaeee she ise of the
ftk t"Id TeS a WrSg betft ear.
ta* et yrse crop. You cannot
sae' to eoaemalse (1) on nertUlser.
Nemhwr hold you delay about ap.
plia, 1t. Nature calls for help in
ay, iai this is the time when for-
tltser will do the Cees the most
00oo.; Later applications prolong the
Growth and therefore the maturing of
the truit, thus makingthe crop late
and sapping the vitality of tie tree.
We have fruit and viae formulas to
meet every oodltlon of soll. Write
to us about uem and ask for our
booklet. "Good- Old Summer Time in
we Orange Groves."
Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure
Special Fruit and Vine Manure.
Ieruvian Fruit and Vine Manure.
W. & "'s High Grade Fruit and Vine.


Wioun & Toomer Fertilizer Company
Jacksonville, Fla.


are giving greatest satlstactjon to our
Sl hundreds of customers in Florida.
The always grew, sad they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
A iIn planting groves now. think of the
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dents are avoided. The masebl .
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White Fly and San Jose Scale
For San Jose Scale on peach trees and white fly and other Inseot
pests on orange trees, spray with "Schnarr's Inesotlolde." Kills the
gg, larvae and pupae of the white fly, cleans the fruit and foliage at
sooty mold, mixes readily in cold wator, does not clog the nossle, has
an agreeable odor, is harmless to face or eyes of the operator ad
the price is right. Mopey refunded If results are not satisfactory.

J. Schnarr & Co., Manufacturers,
OR4LADO. FLORIDA.


EAST FLORIDA CITRUS NURSERY

StaMdard varieties of Orange and Grapefrujt trees. My stook this s**
sea is large and of extra fne quality. No White $y or seal. WWl ake*
speelal low price on trees for No member delivery.


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Pamtner and @1.


m smre. s, h sok

i bemes almost hy.

iaidsIt a dliyfelt to
'e01 s rdac lathO ball-
Ossees to be so Sa m-
Ieavenings dres..
Sdano expect to suggee the -
Sbeautiful coaspvotteou the
SIntrobeduces almost shn the
eth c entry, and uet; as e r-




Ii*tiy, but whie men' dress ref the
S I would rob t of hey w would not
Matl por the same rem.
S at ~eV t.hoe expect to see th e re.
4the beautiful savotte, which
bar aI n$, Introduced at Court in tr-e
century, and has been re-
We remodeled froany timesrmany,
Soweve#e, tha were graceful ande
Sledbut h"tile men's dreiation re-
ccalsonalit Is today they would not
Am 9lle te old charm.
B there are other dances, oce
Sop lar, that might well be re-intro-

SWemay borrow from Germany,
tM- O the' stingg dance," gender.
:j8 Occagasily seen in this country
'sq ests the barn dance), but


tially;,presve *tM 4a o
toe a W"4. e. @*
who aohlevAd er neews fy sample
maeas w I are qlte withI the
reach of every Aane-M woman.
Her snmal house t4 Paris stood Is a
garden full of fruit bearing trees nw5
rounded y tall ,hArubs and bushe.
eOV*tona-tlhat Ufest ,of all the
ane arts-was "llttelre et atsaate,"
gay and goespyr, acordinc to tIe
character of theos present, aad If the
weather was fine they tork a turn la
the Oprden gatharla and eatles
Cherries when the fnuit was in sea.
son. In short the day wad truly and
In all simplicity a day at hme.
The alveraga American 'oman livos
always under the oppressive shadow
of the unexpected guest; whether she
is making preserves, writing books,
shampooing her hair or spanking the
baby she is always under tha strali
of the fear that somebody will drop
In; and such Is the open door policy
of American hospitality, particular-
ly In small towns, to be In the house
and imt to receive the unexpecLel
tuest is to convert a friend Into an
enemy. What woman In what small
American town cannot provide as
much for herself and her friends?
Let her try it and see what benefit
she will reap from thus ordering her
relations with the world.-New Hav-
en Register.


FASHION NOTES.


SLhrs not yet gained the popularity It Satin of the palest pink Is the new
A srvM. Parts Is fond of It, and color for evening wear.
S whto bas seen it as it is dane- Abandoned is the shoe of varnished
S'ta Treach ad German capit. leather for evening wear.
mi st wisht that it could become Frocks may be buttoned down the
apltr feature on our dance pro. front as well as the back. ,
Shirley poppies are very lovely as
be first steps of the "Patin- a trimming for black hats.
the ttwo dancers stand side Most of the embroidery seen now
ide, wdth their arms crossed and in the shops is machine made.
joined exactly as if they were A device to do away with stock-
W iaamg the "outside edge" together ing darning is the gummed patch.
fa te. In fact, the dance is intend- The separate waist and skirt has
ad to suggest the graceful "outside almost disappeared from view.
Sea<1e" as the dancers make steps first Ottoman silk Is still popular, but
t. the right and then to the left, has a rival In the new tussore.
SaMd this swaying effect Is charming "Puffed out very full at the back"
when a large number of couples are It the Paris decree for the hair.
oluf. FiPllet net stockings is lisle add lan
. ..aps hostesses would be start- silk are the rage of the moment.
1 $at the suggestion that the Span- Color embroidery, on white, black,
lA "Jota" might be introduced Into cream and ecru will be much used.
Shiall-rooms Certainly, as it Is dano- i White gloves are no longer worn in
S.4 by the animated Spaniard, it the street, or, Indeed, anywhere.
s vl4 hbe considered too vivacious for The grays and the pastels predoml-
^ I tlaftMa, yet some of its feature nate among the fabrics offered for
4 -SAldt be taken, and upon these a aster.
Sg dance might be founded. It |I charpes are much In vogue. For
SMt graceful movements of the' evening wear there are some very
tmat mpke the charm of this pretty ones to be seen of chiffon em-
M i-fUadlA Record. broidered in gold.
-- :A beautiful trimming for the lew
N 13W DAY AT HOME. hats is the long, brown quill, shad'
amndeea custom of having a log from the softest mushroom titt
t P originated In France In to deep wood color, with a- hint of
lganiang of the 180t century gold dust out at the ends.
Mile. de eSudery, /an authoress The gold abd silver rose of the
woo man whoms all the great pea. winter reappears on the shirred taf-
of old Paris delighted to bon. fete hat
When two Immense roses appear
,, Seiadery was as busy as on the same bat they are unusually
American woman, and flat la shape.
eI sb, being also a wise Jet has not lost its popularity, and
e Saonisted her activittie. it appears frequently upon gowns and
,Mm Waya a week at home, bats.
bw me bl atorie, for It Us said that staol-stodded leatho
*o eald rhw brilliant or will be a novelty of the seaas.
eiW e who male Mwar of the talomusad for t 4
As the Otel a.* vee naspriag trade are of the
a e ea Walvl plo kisd. "--
Tbre Is a fad for lalagW the sleeve
f the rt aU the way up on a outside of the

The aews of r ,


m_&; At- Ah mm .


te diaVt e mthe MeIry Widow r
havt be" meg attlve tI the"
the evr. A CassUe hh a
Vls this by poiniegas ea t otW
a woman wars a lane hat hb her
to almost covered eept- at the
itdea, otere it Ist*.a ed out; her
Jloread Is hidden, and her temple
ma r aletey gs soted, so that seth*
tag staeds out clearly ave her ,moe
,and aoath, and as a result the teeth
are noted as they never wer be-
ore. This state of aftf* Is bomwght
about nla a rtat measure by the hats
with iarge round crowns and droop-
ing brime. fost girls, when they
.qwaat to *how their tseth, think It
necessary to smile broadly, say the
cosmetic dentist, and thua" proclaim
their Intention tn a most tent man-
ner. They should learn to show
them without making their Intention
obvious. It is not necessary to smile
broadly; In fact, a far more effective
result Is obtained if the lips are only
slightly parted In the centre when
the emotions of amusement or bappl-
ness are to be expressed.-New York
Press. /

THE WELLBRED.
I have seen Americans of all so.
clal grades eat In public and private,
and I assure you there is much to
be learned by both men and women.
The little touches which fashion dic-
tatee as regularly as it influences our
sleeves and collars could not hide the
deficiencies in the fundamental train-
Ing, and often the table manners of
a modest-appearing man or woman
were vastly superior to those shown
by a group of richly-dressed diners
at a nearby table. Breeding Is un-
mistakable to observant eyes-so Is
veneer.
Fashion allows a woman to loll
over the table, using her elbows as
a prop for a pretty face or for what-
ever is balanced between the fingers.
Reflnemient *towns upon such behavi-
or and declares that one must keep
aloof from the table and only per-
mit the hands and wrists to come In
contact with the linen cover. There
are little niceties about the handling
of silver, and steel, and glass, of
using the napkin and leaving the
plate after finishing it which never
change, and with which fashion never
seems to care to interfere. They are
the habits of well-bred persons at
home and abroad.--New Haven Reg-
slater.
PROUD OF CANADA IPARMRU
Lady Wdlfrld Laurer, wife of the
Premier of anada, reported in a re-
cent speech to clubwomea that quite
a number of women had reqstly,
gained reoo tloa In the hiber l -
stitutlois of learnlasn Canada,
Among the women leoturers whs were
giving special satisfaction by their
college work she mentioned one wom-
an lecturer of MeOill University and
several In the Royal Victoria College
for Women. Also. she said that Coa*
ada. had special reasaoa to be pros4
of her women ftrmers. During she
last year more than 15.000 womes
made a saocess as farmers i the Do.
milnas.--4few York Sa.

Miss Blta 0. Mrrens has bees
elected principal of eo Trsdalag
hob tr 'Methodistt Desoo cases ta


flew Tork. city. go m1-.6 pea"*.
of twse o% Uelmows ndW"
for am* e" q.pemberof the b

u*&ine Lon, 4"* ~


ad 4s 6 stW-
tM *i m g et4- l M ,* .
t as ep

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mO I M be, -dU -N

em fW &v t eior from l,. :M
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In the event of peresn is denah
pmnetts e ntss be omw pse eal

as amt nges back to he *t
a e pah la fh a la-pa L '
odan e4 trade uni o r fr,8m0YeW






bo6e mayw gmas e naul for






their members, and no a leftim-
In Ishe erequntkdof a persons daprot
tore Wannuity becomes paane all




moHey ei, with cotepoun xeoaterodt
16t periscentil., will be etun to

t mploy &rs f labor cm o i aWerat )rd
senes mtr 060,ortr s eloployt
ddet eso trade ul= or any tUofe











$M.96, or at 60 CC8.06.
A ftr ip requIra sat Ate prospe-

woata g of theSM 6ay aan eh sua: Ifm
a am 0a $500 paid for a, boy of
15 thbe will secureL hn atL aeW
-a 55 sad for the reoo ai* f lie.-
l tan a roenity 0. system by0, or a -
$53.50. A it's espectation of rlfe
beag ey eater the same -a wUsent


teon or yearly y alaelaap ,


pOAenMe ifet for the et a h life.
Then the re Is a system by h- h
ten or twenty years by an I-leal
a ent, sad sa thi cpase to qtwery
law o pueben, ell oe etuoed -o -
tee anmltnt fos the re"r ied

sedieenw of e er est
Marriage Lteinee aali


.werIe.IhaSima ea t "W .
to mrdages sane the p oe
wboeae 1a caner e ntis ftA

'wedlaq la a gives ped o ths parop



The same observer remarks tht
msay Iloeses that are Issued acr4 a
w ee, or, as 'a real ersate aoAs

wrelsd. There are vaidons maens

pies to aetoee the option to get mau
e4, *een thoeh they pawiobay o.
teded to marry, or wsa at a ha
oell the hes to onisa the oNf h
A health department .s Um
an5 deah of maysse allhp *am
ashes mere tilem t lh p18
wottid trpi oti ht h


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Musae on The Waters.
A man, whose boyhood home was
t a viver valley, was wont to recall
Svery severe freshet that swept
SSM bo estatd away.
AAd the Mest thingI saw of fath-
4r," e weld say at a thrilling point
4 t e sarrantve, "be was selling
S- esam as the dinlag room ta.

And what did you dor" would be
t Isywlable query7
'05 aseampeled ham on the p1.
-.. emia's HNe- Companloa.

, g da-y+ M aallt ,Il
S" lit *w Y ork e a-e .
qeL


a -isloto ve
lVitt. He ag*-
eI M Rthat it I was oln f to
a I t s well begia learn-
as y WIe. t was aston-
Showe W s fg a sal he pre-
Vt 6 fweat conveniences.
StaM "e made trend in the
at^C Low without slas a bread
-oilowAd out a cavif In the
4ea ato led salt and
geder tno quantities,
to adz the dougb. He
mw. O'l* f-t In his cookln that
, .w -e very much. To prevent
60 fbt e boiling over be placed
I s s*een willow stick across the
top atof the pot. The lesson in
Scowon allowed.
4.. 0 tAbbled and then rush-
Sto e top of the pot as though
It ms gSIg to 4oil over the sides
Iad exMguldPa the ftre, tyt as soon
Ias t toudd the willow it subsided
e oseoas sentient thing.-From For-
s*At a Stream.

A Painful Expression.
Wilitam G. Rockefeller is the presto
debt of the National Js authority on dogs no less than
onI fBance.
Otasse ing the training of dogs at
a recent club meeting, Mr. Rockefel
tor sNI:
"Yes, training is an art. The sim-
plemt appearing canine performance
Is, properly understood, a difficult
thing, It looks easy, but it Is hard;
nd hius"-Mr. Rockefeller smiled--
"thus It is like the man at the photo-
gripher's.
"Tlis man, sitting for his portrait,
said lBpatlently to the artist.
"* Well, have I got now the pleasant
expreilon you desire?"
"Yeas, thank you,' sali the photo-
grapfer. 'That will do nicely.'
Tt hurry up,' growled the man.
'it hurts my face.' "-Rochester. Her-


Siolly's Wheat and Fruits.
S ly was the "granary of Rome"
it fo ner days. Wheat grows to an
esornads height, and the ears sel-
dat contain less than sixty grains.
The toe is the finest on earth. I buy
It at 10 cents a pound to make that
faous dish--"rlso el buterro e from-
aglo." No other rice answers the
parpos. The most bountiful crops of
oGemamy and France, of England and
Auatria-Rungary, present to the Sicil-
Ia. tle image of sterility. A Sicilian
watefO- tIs a dream. It -was the
eetar of the gods. No Geor-
gls fattleasake variety Is in It
.elas. Idlas figs and aloes are won-
delra the former serving as food
for the poor. The pomegranate
reaesber its highest perfection along
t e southern eoast, and is shipped to
an parts of the world under the
sam ef 'punalea," nla honor of the
Piale war:; it was brought from Car-\
thase Into Italy by the Romans.-New
York Press.


days ago to be quite free of object.
tionmble habits. Why, it has done
nothing but swear once I got It."
"Ah! air, it's wonderful how soon
them birds get corrupted in new quar-
ters. I should ha' bes enmore careful
wo I sold him to. I didn't thing you
was that sort o' a gent"-TitBits.

Last year te SS uIalvwedtles of
erope were attended by M1,13i sts
dea"t. Demins vas In Ised wit
1U84; mAt ese Stb Vw Il

V. BuSS .. VAv.

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The laaagraoat Of Meah'-s -
water ply mark the oeat
' project of great laportaace to the
eity. The new water supply is taken
trom the Mariqulaa River, twenty
miles northeast of Mwaila.
The watershed above the point of
diversion covers about 140 square
m4les of mountain and brest and is
wltbedlwwa from settlement. Private
property within this reservation will
be expropriated, says the Colonial Re-
view, and the entire district will be
freed tfrm human contamination for-
over.
The reservoir is rectangular In plan
and measures 509 by 764 feet and is 20
feet deep. Its capacity is 60,000.000
gallons. The water enter through
a concrete lined conduit four and one-
half miles in length, of whcoh a smaH
amount Hes near the surface of the
ground and was constructed In an
open ditch; the balance-Is in a tunnel,
wbich at the deepest point is 180 feet
below the surface of the ground.
At frequent Intervals along the con-
duit are Inclined shafts with st"pM
for entering the tunnel to Inspect,
clean or repair. At one point the con-
dult sinks under the bed of the Dulu*
tan River and at another It Is car-
ried across a stream by a 60 foot con-
crete arch bridge.
The water Is carried from the head-
works to the tunnels by means of a
riveted steel pipe line 42 inches In di-
ameter and ten and one-half miles
long. The pipe is carried under the
Marlqulna River, but t~is section, In
place of steel, is of cast iron. Most
r the other streams are crossed by
means of concrete bridges; but at two
points the pipe is carried across by
steel truss bridges where the width of
the stream Is too great for concrete.
The dam is 400 feet long on the
creest and about 85 feet in extreme
beigt. It is built of cyclopean ma-
sonry, or concrete in Which large
stones are embedded. Behind tho
dam whl be a storage basin wioch will
serve the city during the dry months
w'ben the discharge of the river is
less than that necessary for the sup-
ply.
The cost of the completed work is
about $1,500,000 as far as the Deposl-
to, and the distribution system to be
installed throughout the city will cost
$500,000 more.
The new system supplies 22,500,000
gallon of water each twenty-four
tours-enough to give every man, wom-
an and child in the city 100 gallons
a day.

Caruso, But Still-I
At a performance of "Aida" the
other night, Caruso. as usual, soared
lifto the highest altitudes of song
with such consummate ease and thril-
ling pIWer that he ,brought down the
house-with the exception of one crit-
ical young woman in the family cir-
cle.
"Lou," she observed to her compan-
ion, "isn't it funny that Carooser don't
seem to gripe your solves the way
he does on the record? Queer, ain't
It?"-Philadelphia Ledger.

Evil Communlesations.
"Here," said Johnson, entering the
dealer's shop in a rage, thought yo't
guaranteed that parrot I bought two


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What is CASTOR IA
Oetoare Is a harmless substitute for Castor 0, M '
orte, Drops and Soothing syrups. It to Pe--asBot
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narfste
snbpttnce. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys WSon
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhcea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatio
and Flatulency. It assinillates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural oleqp
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

Bean the Signature of







The Kid You HavTe Aways Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
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khenory wh mi rs s p.tday hd ad p y oadaj t
alet ~L e .-R J.t e; t had aten a great del saofr an rad
to it did t m Ito was and Me to t laf, a t that ey weF YOU
jtr tbis wae S mut fw feralf A of 4s on adlsp WW. They did4
St ; al. t t dream that oa. Wa laste S an
tl e t After a lg time ad ttle boy loet s men were so har. verythlag I'
St; i th0e 0"s0 and I Jay td th04 had be very dMil asog them. m k-
l ovr mes o It timt it tu a e k. 801 pdemaily-what was that! Tw fof nr a
Un itdr. ler d 1r *0 tieB. M. bu t It 15 be t e ale bldw. Sleeywt flt
and lesat e. and UitsOom, to be lost sad tr^teaed they juaped from their
M add Nato A ml I Cma 0- 4 goo "lt dbel u, bat It -was too late.
t10 r writ; terey to Paso h tUe T at r. Oneaw 0 Wasb1ngton and his braw q
t there 1 was white coverlet sprte4 a t were already among the. mak time an
lads know over am, and at fArt It was coldt mad o priobers of the.
iPWiss t K Hy. i d tbat I w M asl g to ds but ."A, If we only had 't S030 to bed J ,m-i,,
^ tef after Ailte 1 jlsy ;sanm and wam. e late and slept so wsondly!" they
Lannedd e d the for aer p. lon. When grossed, but they h would. have thoud ght DP9es
the Newark Call I awake"d urass was grwitag partly of that before.
ovar me. sad a violet aestled at My Maybe they would have been more -
Or A UlnCK HORS. side, and sometfles spoke to we with earga it they bad been fightig for
s oso the feines tt lorsesbeI their own country, but they had ben
twraed ao the raet horad I most tel ye what I saw one day. hired by the flgllsh to help them. iii
ftrane ao the roadway. There came frat a wagon, being driv- "We have a thousand prisoners, LIIRLW w R
ably a stick now, and yet I en very slowly; and Inside was a lit- entlemen," said Gn. Washington
tIebeautiful tores, with flow tie white box; and behind It fol. when he had tie to talk to his o ...
i es and tail, and sportlna a lowed atotha r wagon, In which there flers, "and only three of our men
ie1 which had silver bangles that was a woman In black weeping soft- ar lost, one killed, and two froen.
040red In the sun. JNo doubt it ly. and a man and the big boy, who We have had a gret victory." OPPAN
Sstrane to you that a plain old had cut me rom my stump; and be- And, when Norman put his older
,i t 4 could be thus transformed, but hind them was a string of wagons away, he thought he had had a sret,
Rre can be so question of the truth moving slowly in a row.There was t.-houg tBa n *
L something about it wslb made me ood time-Elizabeth Roberts Burto
ALad before I was a hone I was s feel very sad. in Sunday shoo Times. -
b-- ov bush, growing by the road- Just then something passed me A DISCOVERY.
fos; jad before I was a sprout I was which seemed only a shadow, and it Helen and Roger were staying with -
a i Wbhn nut that had fallen from appeared to me that I could see the their H randparente. Although they
a large tree overhanging branches. little boy with whom I had had such were not exactly city chldtree, yet
0 I have tad an eventful life, even times. He bent over me and I heard there were enough new sights and
-$ Iage young and dead now. him say softly, like the voice of the sounds here to keep them busy ask.
.I -~er as I stood by th roa t, 4 there-ls good stick ing questions and trying to find out
bpreadieg out my leaves anI horse. Come with me, Hlorsey." for themselves. F R W H O
and watching wagons that I think I shall go with him. I am 'Ite hen; fascinated them a good
by In the roal near me, caus- lonesome without him and I am get. deals e. RO OS .
r 4at to rise and cover my ting weak. Who knows what I may At night hey w ld peep into the
I longed then to travel. be In the place beyond ?-Washington heahouse and wath the row of cud
couldn't because I was rooted 8tar. l
the earth. Yet I got to tray- WASHI NTO V UR. ded-up chickens balanced on the anCO .
WASHINGTON'S ADVENTURE. roasting poles. nNCO
boys, going to school, used to "Tell me something to play. How- "Aren't they ounny?" sad Roer,.. ..
gad break off my leaves, peeling ard,--do tell me something to play." who was the yo er of the tBA
l to oand selling them as candy for begged Norman of his big brother, "They look as if their beads had .
leaves, which they called money,. who was studying his history lesson. been pushed down into helr bodies."
W. waret greenbacks, just like sure "Play that you are Gen. Washing. '" know it, said Helen: "But see
e~e.gh money. One day a boy bent ton taking his soldiers across the their fet cred round the pold so
-lr me with his knife and began cut- $ Delaware River to attack the German tightly. I should think t would keep
nos down. The knife was dull soldiers. I fave just been study!nq them awake, holding on so hard." W "
$Ai S ackd me terribly, and you may f.out that, and I think It would be When Helen asked her father how
7-.W abt e I suffered. It is not pleasant a good game. This is just the kind it wa the hes did not et tired out ..
" be at in two, slowly, and to live of weather to play that, too, for it holdlig so tightly to the pole, he r T .
Ss ih it all. But I had o hands all happened on a bitter cold nigh said, "Why, they do not veto bold B
i sto was powerlem to defend my- when the river was full of great on. Whenb4m they sit down, their
ta- blocks of Ice that taped Pagainst the claws shut up by themselves, ana
boy stripped ot my llrnS., and. boats and almost orashed them.' they can't fall off If they want to.
K 7 @o a piece froa my body with "That will be a good game.' agreed Jtbofl Arst standing up." a
wt nake a ewhstle, dropped the Normax. "I'll borrow mamma's lit- o. uw nny! excilme^d Ropir* .f
s q Ia the road to de. Here I te cake-pans and use them for boats. "Nat %es e eo a iheokes wtOt 14S..
to giOee yet asil livig. and I'll put my tin soldiers Is the isa" *otiue their Tatr, lust wiMaie w
soop withered and I tolt boats, and they can use spooas r notice that, wh t she steps high, bet lb wtu
Wsirs, and Ia the narne of oars. Mr Steoks will do for te claws elese oe.er the e.ases war
Mys the plees that had been blocks of Ice that almost crush the ty & when abe sit ws. if yes S |4Sab
SMae to form a whistle drie boats. and thi shall bet were like that, ye cmi p or ch e *
fK ed to be painful; bat the '," and then be went downstairs or ~the back of a chair all -igh. -
sa Isto the road, lived 6u the c akopu and moonas. "7" a they twased 1


i-the Odst and nearly faw- "Thbu Is a very cold night gew
e ral," aid. masm=. "I afraid that ItI-yoest c ".
Sdied, however; that It-be- nur men wl Ruler a greot deal." OONUMD I UM.
iespIe of me d led, a 'adam." aswered Nomas, sol- Why is a youns man eaed to a
by. and, strad4 sI emly, "a soldier mast think of %4b- girl like a man sallig for a port In ,
deows the o. SO a besat nor cold. He uet think UWace?
dmm as I kaked, oaly oi his country." BeDam he Is bound to Hame (have
seem to 1 a gret The soldiers won brought out aSo her).
sI-u e ad fm Is li0 06 Wf -e a* the O- Whyr did th Hilad do set
S 4 bmkisg 4 %ri atv' M U ti wa Norman all-6 hu 4 Watestro?
4 *i4 a loud voe ftel te tAt qm.. e-wey as 4 ad se Me -.
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Tickets on sale February 28th. March lot, 2nd and 3rd, final im
reaoh original starting point not later than midnight, March 101
Seat Military Parade.
For fttrr taWirsUtoa. reservations, etc., call on nearest
agent, or writo
A. W. FRITOT, ODiv o Ppemenger Agent Jaelanville, Florida.
W. J. CRMd, Paienger Treael Manager, Wilmington, N. C.
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flyas.sl.he is out of tics you don'tisis &aml Ifs m .
r S ltN I for his country. It be doe ais 4WO ftl a o a
mB1m of charity t's for policy; It he f l 5e al3 ? 0%
SoUy but M give to charity beo Is stigy a- IStT .-
a ss C-and lives only for himself. pu 4 s0 fas, ritvr p itM. yroe.-
It he dies young there was a great L a ia% ftems 1 e. W Woelt iae .
tAKD I future before hbmn; it be lives toe a a. nu atm. amuh, eild4a't bw f a wvat a ItOrn tn
Sold age he ha missed his CAln. flta MUs a W100e fet picn 1 14 h sTow? in -t -
by A doctor and Into the next by the, bhb ms. m*g W t, tan oft e proef m ep oo w
Sl 0N BRAND same agency. Verily, the road iS troW wh 84Om boase a farms _ers wi_ 1
PON rocky, but man likes to travel it- Ao O A. uew tease price ie 140. 20too m house, O s
Erasmus Wilson, In the Pittsburg Ga. .00 as are. If you mfta busin 00s .0* to blt. ts Itsw ts
2 C d 50 ette s this. MW see pamss tree -lt plhtst. NS
CMole Tequop Cotti e. two bed rooms, kitchen, din. y= r. *li5 loatIot
B Col. Hugh L. Scott, superintendent &g room and large liviTt f room, about grvet.aad sidewalk on t frt
per B x of West Point, Is credited with being two acres land recently st out in or- ob*.500.f A. tod ep*. sp a.
more familiar with the life sad per angel tree, nicet situ a" "a ai to matk expees y
sonality of the Amdrica Indian than ton. ttage fr ornt baes whe rt trees re
1% any other living man. Col. Scott or sale. Photo. iao bearg. Easy terms. Phot.
17 ihas hadh te confidence of the Indians
e .s with whom he came into contact ev. Stock for sale In a stock compare Buy your ticket to Ban
er since the day of his frat service
S/in the army at Fort Abraham Lincoln, that is growlg oranges a4 grp** what we have to offer. It od- s
Dakota." frult. Started bsiunes fire yarm than to go farther south an the e
l, / n lie was appointed a Lieutenant at ago and from pe cent paid the 1st back.
that post in June, 1876. In the round year the slaok paid 10 per cent the -
of garrison duty, guarding a cattle 4th year. Shares are $100 oach. Send N 1 46. gDS. sa~a gs
4 P! tOW READY TO RECEIVE OR. trail through the Coman-he reserva- for booklet. for $15 a ad p i .
tion and regulating Soonerss" on pub-
W f FUTURE DELIVERY. IT'S lic lands he made so thorough a study
inMERSE KNOW THEY WILL'- of Indian customs and languages that No. IL P'leafle "ladt 1 D We have properties rnuinlg hor
S KNOW THY WILL he became the best versed white man county. on railro. 5 SN lOt s, a tew hundred to $18p00. WHf
J FAIR AND SQUARE In the intertribal sign language, by per are Itf yOwU at la pp s u" about prise you would west to p
whi(h the Indian tribes speaking dif. or a pier3y leady i bong wvt for a phi a" we- wl -.wite
'/t AhTMRNT, INCLUDING ferent languages communicate with U. abtaout what we lave aroW ye g
I COUNT;one another. To the red man Col. g h a re.ott
OwUNTw Scott became "Mole Tequop"-"the 4.A pretty little oeV nr are orne lO oeih
3'l IJlJWy PAPER;, man who talks with his hands."-- location tor.ouAse on river baskr are paying fM $100 to 1,0 .p
I'UALI PAPERI $3,000. About 500 boxes fruit his
SI season. Wharf on the property ad tonre.tlemae d
a0 PRINTaING; A Narrow Escape. new p1ka_ ho .A Bostone fstlem 2".e wa in
6 7nw ae D mbew for his hoat ,d tor
DEKIN, DBSIGNS. When Mr. Hartman returned an aes of land Sor P60t. bk It eet
I gKING D INhour later than usual. Mrs. Hartman WANTED. to sad l ; sad
aSend for Samples and Prices asked him the reason, and his good- A Eood hotel ma f to paWL Uttle mon he left a Wta oolW have 1U
-- natured face was solemn as he an. Ag aod hio tele waters lite a hotel enough proI t to have pad all *
l*9 5T JERMY CITY PRINTING CO.. wered her. "I haf had one narrow o adpy tim e whitsm into hotel enouh profitor to have pwite. all to
: escape from drowning; Katchen," he company to build and run i30,000 to pen es for thel winte. e i's.t. to
SJERSEY CITY, N. J. said: $15,000 hotel. A man with le than soiL
+, __ "How was that happen?" asked his _____
a xr w. wife, as she helped him unwind tbh
.e ..,. S* .S . r w.. to .t at ,at on. Hans. and -- what We laV to OMr. Ym WM
willate," s!eai at tH rry that f erryo rte cwhaellktIUItYS V V D*%
ti s. w. aowia. blocked cars, and the boat she was .
Just startla_. A mal he called me
N-U S TO TO out. 'Joomp! ooap and for aA
"'"""i. -- meat I thought to make as be aid.
ng8UWb. 30loly7 But I reminded myself to be cautious,
Wub Utit l W'rATU AG3 and wait, and in one minute more,
ia 1 5 t Katchen, oame a great patch of w -
ter showing. Then I took holt of SAN MAT. L
e, the nt whereby I stood, and sald


's'Kl0 to myself. *Wans, you were the wise o- -- ----
S41e d toWMisam ermu mamn that you Joomped not at fi st
M.-A complete cure when that Man sdvis.' "-Youths f5LIN
here, the patient being -p 1. .I
m. tte years, who at. "-' T- JOHIN SVMNV -WV V .T
pU sehol eof the city. Cleveland's RoefgIe N* o. s.
e as been In the o (President Cleveland) ese to
was disbarged, it Is live more and more In the regian of e .'
ark to lo10ate his too higher afeetieons. And he n4-
t was with wed mech, sough he said very It* S gMg saw=__
;ti forNeil- "% rePerdiag his sHa.om bowlet 'V = U f l
le ^^Sin6r Yt I w. wlnr *ked" --w- .

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Prlentret PALATKA, FLA.
! NRatln.lank Bullding.

DR. H. R. ESTE,
DENTIST.
PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Me.qne Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

L E. HASKELL,
Attorney At Law,
PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H. CYRUS,
Physician and Surgeon,
PALATKA, FLA.

MERRYDAY WALTON, ..


COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW.
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Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


M. 1. COXE,
Attorney At Law,
f0t*b In Court .House, Palatka, Fla.

,.I' N BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
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/P $ *e * FLORIDA

Raw ur,' tildes, Wool,
Tallow, Besawax, Beef,
.HIdes, Goatskins.
l ap tbe 1on e-
M. 8 Sons,

18M. LOUI~VILLE, KT.
*Over haM a Otury In Loulsvlle.'.
WU A22 DABZR8m IN ABOVE, not
emmuflssm merchants. Reference :
Ain uAk Loutsville.
Write er vekly price Ist.

MI" KATE L. LUC4A1,
PALATkA. FLORIDA,
MNLPNUERY FANCY GOODS,
Naotie', ladles', miMwes' and chil-
SeW sMumner Mnderwear.
Sladles st loves.
S4Les, embroidery, collars, belts and
P t, latest styles In spring hate d
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a wide-wheel pruck which is drawn
about the cotton fiel4 by mules. Each
operator has 100 feet of hose with
is claimed that each operator can
gather 700 pounds of seed cotton per
Sof toea hours, at a total cost of 01910M A
S $.15 to $U.10 per operation per
day.--anmers' Home JounaL Dulers I
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Omwe n rmtee swqare ale of mnoun.
ia atra a. T i fl oweverw,
are all under the moet daretul oultl
vatiU, either as farmint gruasag or
Utmber land.
The owner of Bltaore a ta se e '-
'lty of piaklOd the iht men for the
right work. He admoed a "book ta..
met" from Louliaa to come Into the I
Ohrollna mountaas and take CebaMe
of the elds, looks and eNrds. That
was eleven ars ego, and until Arthur
8. Wheeler gan riding p and down
the hills and hrou the bottom ho
had never known sa rloulture eu*ept
erom the printed nees. tle teted
te soil of the few Ittle worn-out
plantaMces onIthe estate ad lie ex-
e~aned the hiUlsdes. He brought tn- I
to play his knowledge of fertillsing
the earth, of.crop rotation, of the fod-
der and grain whlob might grow here,
and especially of the live stock whloh
aight thrive and yield a profit. He
decided that high grade Jersey cattle
w ,uld pay in milk and butter, also
bogs and poultry, and that the product
of the soil should be first for their i
benefit.
So the bare hills became pastures
and lots for the swine to range, ample SA
shelters being, of course, provided.
The poultry farm was stocked with
record eg layers of tigh degree, also
pigeons, for squabs are profitable.
Modern Incubators hatched choikens '
by the bmundreds. Everything, how-
ever, was conducted on strictly bust-
naes lines. Ieaoh Jersey (has her own
staH and a page In the dairy recornl.
Every time she is milked the number
of quarts she gives Is marked on the
record, as is also the butter test-the
quantity of butter whioh the cream
would make. All the ensilage and
other fodder she eats in a day are
debited against her. When a ben in The SI
Obe poultry house wants to contribute Train. I
to the egg fund she enters a "trap" and Wa
nest -by whioh she ahuts a gate which Room,
keeps her a prisoner until the poultry August
keeper finds her. He looks at the nam- Suiday
ber on the leather *band around her
neck, takes the egg, and then releases e r ful
her. Each hen also has a record page,
according to her number, and the num-n . B0
bar of eggs she lays In a month or
year of her life is doted on the books
at the farm office.
Seventy-five farmhands are needed
for all pumpooese including the milking,
whbki Te done by band. 'Mhe cream-
et uhas such a mechanical system that
In It three men prepare over a thou-
anad quarts of milk dally in bottles,
nla butter and In Ice cream, the yield F
of &e cows averaging from eight to
ftfteen quarts or more a day. The
AdieviMe people who boat of having
a Vanderbllt bor a mllkman have to
pay 11 e)Its a quart as it comes from
the slay yellow weqons beirinug the
sign "BILtmore Dairy," and think it t
Is cheep.-New Broadway Magazine.-

Cotton-Picking Machine.
A cotton-ploklng machine has boon THSY ARW
devised, on lines shlmilar to the vacu- TD ARTH
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laslngton. Dining oar (a la carte service), Double Drawl *
Sleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. Leave St.
tUe 11:60 a. m. and Jacksonville 12:5566 p. m. daily, nlaluding
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S Es04 that it means the 0e5an3tg and
bee g that whatever serves that big pwrpen isw
t wh, and whatever seeks merely to be served, Is worait ptt
y, It Is so arranged that It Is essler to work wlt tO*.le
,n oifg rwnes of Ift aree o pie&m e rt m aey CM b _*
wh o w4llugly wrve the common ood d wort In an orderty lw.
Sect step is to admit that It s good that thle Is o, wad t HeA
to aeeept lifo on that basis. Then you instinctively Sk* to w _u"t
t OmUt oto service to the common good, and desire to 1nd I p.le .W
WIth tPtr pecullnr talents, c in best serve the one big pUrpose for wi"
SwMorld is working.
we you get to s far-actuaily get there In your own beort purpo.W-
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,i i:i By Prof.John Trowb ridge.
WISH to nli attention to the matter of speed. for in regard to It
we have advanced far beyond the highest flight of ImaglaIl
of the anclets. The greaIat speed known to the Greeks or
Romans was that of an athlete, a horse or a dart. To them
the earth Me at rest and the stars fixtd in space. They would
be appalled, If tiey should revisit the earth, by the speed of
an express train. They never conceived, in their theories qf
atoms, of infinite collections of minute particles aggregated Into
IM-e Of our earth, which is spinning on its aids with such speed that
,1 0to circumference at the equator are traveling fom night to morning
dfste I of seventeen miles a minute-the velocity of a cannon baHl; and
kli earth, this collection of atoms, is traveling th.'ough space about the
S Mi Mouth to nouth, from summer to winter, with a velocity of lnoeteen
i 8 second, seventy-five times the speed of a cannon ball. The average
StodayM I venture to say, is in the mental attitude of the anelpnts In
/ f c Ito the realiJatlon of great speed. To him the world 1 movlnL with
'. o..l .whi he cmhoot measure and therefore doe not realize.
S '4The chief charaoteristei of modern physloal science Is Ita development of
: Ntowwedae of the eomequoBoea which follow from obanges In or cesation
d. lg fre sPeed. A caauno ball by Its Impact can raise a steel plate to a
he B to : have a rel.zing oense of the effect on matter o.
,= tt l|6< u now It has been Imposstble In laboratories to experw1
taster than a rifle ball-perhaps fifteen hundred feet
.. oee that matter tOt assume an entirely different aspect
1 loee with a velocity of y thousand Malles a seooud.-Wrom The


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