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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 24, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31217909
lccn - sn 95047348
System ID: UF00075913:00028

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7 -..-~white. The o men b Ro ty
Sn Palatka before dearb tre ot oa 'meeting 10 o ,& '
O ben paying one yesterday In theftoaile seetien of
S-^ ./. Ua Sto $0,000 being Hastang they renewed the argument e
n- Is lettuce erop and beae-about the bores deal. )r. O'ell, It
1 16 1.....W tW n their receipts up to I. claimed by his lIetim, came to-
.' a ....8t' about t ,00. wards him with a re ln his hand. NOrTcInortN fl oN
.... -. ..,.1 --' S.v Mr. Turner did nAt expect his assall. SLAWURU OPtIKIo
S .t .... *" .... .8. Be.. a '~ .'oyki.j A family, but to use the knife and permitted IDA POB THB VAULDIA
-..+.:. .u...M. at EiensWGek, Oa.-44*M eltors. at him to close in on him. Three stabs aLECTION HELD m V
61* + ....86 ." .. 87. the hbadded groves Wpdneeday. In the abdowetb, one under tboright AUTBOnZING AN ISSUR
S..... ... 8They lve just retourmd/trom the shoulder blade and a deep gash in Oe '
SOeklsa, making tht trip "a the the right leg were the summary of To AU Whom It May COoeerat,
adguests eCapt. and Mrs. Howard, O.f 4Mr. Turner's injuries when the aftir T.A K NOTICE THAT IN
e'sa T e Stemw Winr -Wa I'n his hand when attacked and after Putam county. state
11 -- -a-A S AOne point in lorida LIAkeland he was eot he doubled and used it on the ,tIaDure .M t
a bipped30,000quarts of strawberries his asaQan's almost knok w I a
hi asaitnl'l almost knock- andholud incv1
tbe poeon for which the growers bloOwa. dM N r A..l
oernea of tek about 00,000.00 It takes a The wounded man was brought to ,i..ot t lle ,
r rMa ,p this pretty big farming.,seetion in New town last night and taken to the Putnam Couown
Snga. n nd to net $50,000.00 and this home tof hi breber-in.law, Sheriff har l
-. 'bd6i6 via amount comes only from ane little Perry, where wher he received lm- thets. joba iver at
Sand Wed-Le arop edate surgical attention. At p s of n alr.
S ., 'J. C. Meredith Chief Construeting 'Iastings Dr. Padett dressed his another brlsM sn tmmr
EBngineer of the P. E. C. Ry., died at wounds. Mr. O'Nelil was arrested diMwum Tbirl-veho
anE dad Clinton his home at Miami Tuesday of dla- by Deputy Sheriff Green Immediate- li swadand al to
by Htelr G loversville, beted. Mr. Merediths last work the ly after the assault and he waa ___ ot evo
e." over the sea Railway will be a last- brought in on the evening train and leonwader
S&S^ Mm. w hes^ter are lug monument to his memory. For looked up in the county jail. He e0t ae
1Ebhle t n 2t. a1 five minutes all traffio ains and will be given a hearing when the re- holdinaM dmal
Labor ceased on the entire East Coast suit of Mr. Turner's Injuries are de- and se s bos.
Ry., Wednesday afternoon from 8 to termined.-St. Augustine Record. Chairman Board
n5few days 8:05. A pretty tribute to him, ex- PUte.
Ies k the goest tended to but few.
On Monday night April 26th at the
Hall Mr. Holton will give his new Memlers, Bomad Cons
,ofHardwik, Plank's hill Tonic for Ms.- play :Ingomar the Barbarian Chief- Pal a m r s l0 ,
easd~y uId is a rlsa, Obl. Fever, Colds and tain," tot the benefit of the V. I. A. S.
or money uaranteed; dure Mrs. Lewls Smith, of Palatka will
:B. W. Rowley, San Mateo. 4417 contribute to the program several
l_,____ b_ ar __y_ vocal selections. Entertainment Cypress Sh
ea will commence at 7:20. Admission
B Weather J1u
te. A UN +UTo / Oranges sold at $2.76 to$8, late val.-
SNOTIO' OF APPLICATION FOR enolas $8. to $6, with the highest H s '
byjt 5 br TAX BRD. prices being paid for' I26.. Tardiffs Every House in lo
SNoqtce le hereby iveon that J. R. sold at $2 to $8. There was a good should be weather boot
Saheyj pureha.er of Tax Oerificate strong demand for grapefruit, 64 with "Tilghman'. ,,
aS N. o da d a ItdI r of Jo, A. nd 6a s brought the best prices. The
101 hasd C oa dapdct range of prices was from $0 to$, the ress Shingles. Needs
Mo o s deed o n esd- outside figure being the pries paid aint. Not Expepsive
m wItb4aw. Said ertlftate eam- for good 56& and 6s. P*n Wi e on ways Looks Wil. F P
bams.t flowin described Prop. thestretbel ddfrom *, ticular, write .
strawberries SOW to 0oW N'quartM.-
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and h, Jjust be"A trough Se *4vl-
Stkal btorivtew, polat a rosy totpr'
The oountry, he says, has ever been
more roeperous thea at gresent, and
SOu he tadirectly attflbutes this state of
o things to the wisdm, simapioty a i DLLA ST"ROiwr, 711
Salertness of the Oblef Re t, a ldy ad t., Appletoh, ., tte
I are happen at the appellalon of Ml, '"For several years w Iain a, pa.
i so lito of i down condition, and I oouAifind so reg
the- vukos, whlIh Ia, bete lnteprted, Ilef from doctors and medicines. I
e I the Female Blephnt. For twentTV*e could not enjoy my meals, and couM
s a yearsJ she hS adminlstered Jlstice not sloop at night. I had heavy, dark
Is o fro m her native kral and been eircles about the eyes.
loyal friend of lsnland. When she ."My friends wete much alarmed. ]
other travels in state her colch Is a cart was advised to give Peruna a trial, and
wu drawn by six mules; and her retinue to my joy I began to improve with the
kh of e iats and natives is on the grand first bottle. After taking six bottles I
scale one would expect from a ladI felt completely cured. I cannot say to
the of her name.--Pall Mall Gasette. much for Peruna as a nMedicine tor
the women in a run-down condition."
sa The* American Voie. P n-m- DM Wonders.
I think myself that what, as muclW
SaI think elsey laid tha e t aunaUon Mrs. Judge J. F. Boyer, 1421 Sherman
as anythingel lad the ndaonAve., Evanston, Ill., says that she be.
of the Ameriean voice was the rv- esame run down, could neither eat nor
Soure ifealth, lastln over three or sleep well, and lostfiesh and spirit. Pe-
four etleraetone, of the American runs did wonders for her, and she thanks
t woman. Up to the middle of the aine eruna for new 'fe and strength.
teeth century, and even beyond. for- n--ln the Ideal Laxative.
eigtle were surprised when they
0oe a esa a healthI y cooking won- ASK YAUR DRUGGIST FOR A
Soa an. The lgletion of froatier life, FREE RPERUNA ALMANAC.
Dr. the egneral tesalo of the American
ooat climate, malarla bad diet and worse
e In sanitaton ombeled to tuar one&alf Her "Merry Widow.
very the nation Into seml4avalids; and the Hubby-What! You paid fifty dol.
it # a thiS, dSaep dtov-eny, staato tone lars for that Easter hat. It's mon.
et I O the Amerlean women were as often strous-it's a slain
fOOt as ot 8e relt of b0tel and nerv. Wife (sweetly)-No matter; the
* e. dlreasOtt, I q ot aay tht il- sin will be on my own head!
-ltl wIM Ie 'oeause, but It is When Blowser in his crimson Flyer
So haas kmapoved so He punctured hopelessly a tire,
ellr ol-oea.-,don ao.- Old Bob was such a rake. j
--Harper's.


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to Th*. WMa. ft Reporter join.
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9l Itas eity or hniadred years. Is
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NOTICE-'These arrivals and departures are% not guaranteed.


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sv piewented to President Taft by the Pilipios, and was saed
Mblands and later in his Washington residence. It has
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"*In Europe.," the barber sald, "it
is the fashion for ean to wear their
mustache long and trained carefully
at the ends. In which shape they must
be looked after at the cost of much
time and trouble. Here It Is the
fashion for men to wear their mus-
taehes short, which may not be quite
so pretty but is vastly more conven-
lent and comfortable, and is charao-
teristle of the country. It is doing
away with surplusage and keeping
the deeks cleared for action.
"No man- who has had his mus-
tache trimmed short once." the bar-
ber said, "would ever let It grow long
agaln."-New York Sun.


Holeer i r Laths.
There Is so reason now why the
next geaeratlen of lathers should not
have the erect, military carriage of
a West Point cadet. Two brothers
14 Colorado have Invented a lath-
holdw whlAh relieve them of the
aneeslty of stopping verai thou-
aa4 tlei it day. This device is
via4 to t ev r the shotulders--the


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Rem ala of every kad. A vurf a .w
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San Mateo, Pla. ; +. _

Why Stay North and

Come to Ban Mateo and spend the winter out of do
come again,
If you want to rent a' cottage, write us; we have them frstf a .
ready to move in. Byrlyn Place, (see advertisement la this keu )
not be beaten In Florida for a boarding house. Write-


Real Estate Ag q
ORN@.NM now


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THEA TRI
When in Palatka don't Fall to visit b.
Theatre. The MOVING PICTURE BIOW4


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Sufaadllw For 2er .
JIaMl mwnd"'l A young girl of fftees Mile.
YeO1 tu Meyer, l aing Ina the Rue P*
"Pe. irtel te, was taking for a walk her dog,
S whl she held by a leather strap.
the other day, when a man who had
been following her suddenly eaut the
strap with a knife and picking up the
animal dashed off.
Eyewitness of the scene pursued
the thief, whom they had almost over-
taken when he threw the dog under
the wheels of A passing autobus in
the Rue Rochechouart. The animal
was instantly killed, and while Mile.
Meyer, who had fainted from etpotion
at seeing her pet's fate, was treated
at a local pharmacy the thief was cap-
tured and roughly handled by the
crowd. He was handed over to the
police, but refused to reveal his iden-
tlty.-Le Figaro.
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"So ~.the start. I
Ism 8""!100 b"asgal


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How to Balld Rural Telephone Lines.
Every farmer knows the value of a
telephone, but most of them think it
requires an expert to pui up a sys-
Ma temn, and only a few know how easy
Ke it is to organize a company and build
Id- a line which will give good service at
a moderate cost.
The Western Electric Company has
performed a real service to the coun-
try by compiling a booklet which
tells the "how" and "why" of tele-
phone line construction. It is not
made up of a series of glittering gen-
eralities, but Instead gives definite in-
formation. It tells how to construct
a telephone line, how to install the
instruments and connect them to the
Line the material needed and the


T 0 BWDRURAL


"I Xp Ict H Ull you what you
i knew It a s* ple and luter-
esLm war. This pualatlon Is hand.
-me4r8 UIease sad" the Western
ouotre U~-prWhoare te largeW t
masu atsrer of telephone and tele
pl ee- M-Y i s tk wrtd, will
UW-l th frf t mat per who
i .swUt~a tme to waie torlt



44$


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Alf ALLM V TS


AKERMAN & STEW
WUOLJBALU AND RETAIL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGI
OIOARS. TOUZT ARTICLE BTO.
TUghmane Cndiltion Powden, for Cattle, Horses and 6i
As excellent appetiser for domet animal s, iatteninlg, od
a fne appearance and glossiness of coat. It is a Infallible euts e
l- i is eoattle, and is also speoally recommended for bog eWt
ete.


few agestS. A4OmM1
Fin1 oneg s mbaft al
PALA7X&A


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aos 0 0*a aFLORIDA*


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CICARS.


Made from the Genuine Hava


Leaf at San Mateo, Fla


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e permea. They have been on the market fS y-e
At all the gret hotels of the East Ooast
At the Club House of the Florida Automobile Assoeatlo
on DaytonaOrmaod Beach.
O board the famous t. Johns and Ocklawaha Rlva
Steamers.
Br the Unios News Oompasy on the IUltei traas,
At all first elas Hotes, Clbs sad Cas.
The Florida Tarist kaow and loves them well. Why
doet you get Iasalted
Fra eoaveleum od eO mall order blends w put sme
or best brads la ban ies e 1 WlgarO eO h sad will desml
*ae anywhere la the Uated tvate at sewing prdiOes
S U 18 Pasetelas twr 7 seuts, retail prie to eOatc
P~i otao r sS *eta, " 1 *
Club jsO 1.00 V retail prie 15 eastii
iaSlnelbles $1.5 rota4l pri to N ots.
Imlerals 140 retail 'peIN oat


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ba1 9ete1. rlfw


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61P from the Hastings
aldcates that the "earth

can grow in Its

lha, wvanA cigar fac
1t Tampa twenty-
aod ar m te &
p bly O12,000
aWO tha an expw*
i amrPt leiads the world

ot Iakeland res
bIoft wbels of strmwber-


L insellme and may-
wmialy temns In voue of
s ty alirs. aIt S said
SnM tome other a
se~tyK Mtas4 with its
MA for U-theservicw-o the
am be o. nuety twho ivel
* M twHtI la h Tle MW
I SopVa, will oaer bim a
qad4 WuU in le a con-
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other or noet fWtere it ockur on
their property. A .tallar -.repor on
phosphate depolsts I aslowin pros,
tlthe results cct a os surve
*e ew- a-.


are of permaet value to tie tate.
Tpoe survey repo-rtsre di.s.rbuted



not only to Indvydails, but are on
file In the puble iand school ilbyrles
of the United states, covered alo in the
libraries of thee biological surveys of
rt, ally ever state Ito he union.
hetey are, thr tse, percent y occu o
their property. A siilar report on
phosphate depolts la also .In progr



ssThe relto e who yeolo l t aney



Als desire .interesmtpa In regard to
asee natural radoUvro of fle;Q,1and
are of prmaan nt artlant t he Inate.
.The risury resort es. ar e drbutwho
In t only e to Inv develop, but aer oa
file In the public and school llbrarieu
of the United States, and atlo In the
Ubrprles of the aeoolxlcal surveys of
ractlcally every state In the union.
They are, therefore, permanently ao-

snds lbl to thoe tao mO y at a
reliable ire iom atlo In read ito


IoOrts an lvo.
TIe natural reo "ro of .o with
Sothaer t an Iiprtt fator n imd-
Ivlar or rels h oroue. Thoeoper
w oh to Int t to develop maieral



I bu s 1k l bot Igeneral
land plool In thee
reliable eatlen sad Its




taetIn of ye toWS Wthe.
st~te srve l with dwithvon
of itoads t Statesi depa tm-
liat. of reld The divopera-
of ebemistry et state department
ot asicultutre "ke bemicale&ualy-
tos ofr the at Ineolofcal stu-dies
the hsta srvee r y operInes with the
andte experal et staton a In the
teMdy of material with t state tn
state survey gaIth division
of roads oft e Ulitd Statte depart.








oes because tcr**" m-man I
mwarat. of fa leu e. The d i l laorn
f aebmi the be wtate depathment-
of aicultue hs chemical ankWaly-





is faor the uavey. In soil, stud
th state srvey cooperate with the
state experiment tatdon and In thes
itdy of materissal with tme tatone un$1






Sw-ept 9eres p" writes J.
y need tsa If y ould
eape fatal bgladt-e npsy7 VrNO

ee ly sad SD yr beet feelns



a lat *r s


3-s^0m oW MinseL


-ad a0 doctor .280
Buidek 's ArIca Salve tm h
cured. Its cures of oasma, drt
SoWm, Bolls, paras Wi i letoui
the world. 26c af 8. W. Rowlew's. ,U

Florida State Baseball League
Tampa, Fla.-Pr6 mnent f.@bSd
enthusiasts from several Slttbh lIOWt
da towns met at the ToamSi. Bdot f
Trade rooms d formed "an
Ization to be known ta the Norid
State Baseball ,eagu.
The name Flortda State Baseball
league was adopted by unaalm
vote and the followtaing offers we
elected:" Presldent, .W. F. Stovall,
of Tampa; vice president, W. W.
Cars, of K asimaee; seeretar-
treasurer, J. W. Gary, of Bartow,
It was decided that each elub be.
coming a member of the league shall
ile with the secretary a broad for $100
as a guarantee that the club will reo
main In the organlnation during the
entire season; in cae of failure to do
so the falling club shall forfeit thp
amount, to be divided among the
clubs remalning In the league at the
end of the season.
The maximum allowed to each club
ftor salaries to players was fixed at
$60 per month and the minimum num-
ber of players for a elub was pla6e
at eleven. It Is hoped to have the
Initial game Mly 1.
Werds to Freese the Soul.
"Your son has Consumption. His
case Is hmpeleasO. Thee appa~ltg
Words were poken to Oeo. B. Ble-
ea, a leading merchant of p -
la N, N. C.. bwy tw XperWt dtWI-

sown the woderful power of Dr.
ag New overy. "After three
weew* ame," writes Mr. BleveWa, "he
was as well a Over. 1 would not
tam al t 1e moe0y IA t wMo fr
what it Ed for my o,." tae *.UP
for Coughs ad Colds. tt'. U ceutp
eAret cure d-se--ate e.ag -- -
ease on earth. e aad $1.00 at 8.
iW. wley's. GOrateees uetlctloi,
' TRi bottle .tre. tt
It Is not aeoa to etr~s

t eoieit f ue d otr fr
W agalat the v e I *t
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aavtl3q; L?.,34vejP ito goo
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saoa Do I& S4. .
Fletch L. rihe, Mclr.ee;2.

" LRepresentativ~es-S. 2. R~gP


yor-4. S. Rowley.




vine Se" 8pa L rtmsp. Tampa; H.
ley ofAOhioleiy of.Tole", IA El





Fran Jodi. O2a uabW q*
L tre ChoLW".Is
Ftletcher, Jobdsvlfa~l.~~; J. 1;Tlla



the twOhe~Vl h

May., Pnsacpaa
Sth"ate Cof Ohio Cty10iae Do.lea
Cosuty, soi.
LAMonrk J. (beAe"d tha



W3. thatem~y*c.met s "W*bros in
athen' Oat"^ TaOWat
a,""rtoaid aidso
tnay ro htsemes.t b s bW

esmberA. D.A UK
(SeAL) ILW.
R~ats CMstarrh i
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we hIve fruit and Tim. fo"", i
meet ony -owdumasel SOIL Write
to no about ti~m sal ak fer our
boomet, )ood* 3d Summer '*ue I&
t~e rang


Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure
Speelal Fruit and Vine Manure.
Peruvian Fruit and Vine Manure
W. a T's High Grade Fruit and Vine.

Wilson & Toomer fertilizer Compaiy
Jacksonville, Fia.


- .
- 'Ws g Sw .sA t, w,,y always bear fruit true to name of variety.
(, &... "n tl In planting iroves now, think of the
'--- qJI .. WS future. THE SUCCESS OF YOUR IN-
"pe n 4p&s on the tress you plant. MAKB NO MISTAKE, but
SfTrees guaranteed to arrive at destine
*UU tion in good order. If they don't, we
r epae hn. NO WHIZ FLY.
AoM Wu ;. '-. -.l^ "


0. W. CONNER, Prop.


* Ws&~iioRdws Liability
AiWhl muvlty to depositors
I-


kIbtSS.51 Psihe lbk H1Of aan N


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St. Augustine, Fla.


Manlove


w -o wty,


Self-Opening Cate "Uo?
For any driveway or
ed by any vehicle
ance or stopping. Easily
band, on foot or h
never stands unfas
4be opened by any stock.
control of reins and
dents are avoided. The
ery is all above growad,
pimple it never getp Mat (
Satisfaction or no sale. It
convemuS.te. s~.a,, and safety of any homo.


MANLOVE ATE CO.,


Ct ICAGOt 1XI.


WTANGERINU.


r iil Nurseries
ew pOtalog for the coming season
,..eft %$apod p IstkC fruit, forest,
SUtand ornamental trees in variety;
. roses, ,lms., terns, etc. Sead
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FLORIDA.


Veitry Sedous
Rb w mes@Wbu@mod. b
wrogS am givesyes. For this
toeam we up y"u In buying
eb,.- YMWOM -o


in" ft 6 eeuet dmt
kWNW to. be the lip
p.wdu'* wiuh 0 5 ga
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White Fly and San Jose Scale
For Ban Jose Scale on peach trees and white fly nd oeW-M
on orange trees, spray with "chnar inse .tie*"
pm, larvae and pupae of the white fly, cleans the trult and
.soty mold, mines readily in cold water, does not clog the
an agreeable -or.,- 8W.harmless : tptace or ey 4 of the, operaw.
te price is right. Money refunded it results are not, saiistato o

J. Schnarr & Co., anufactiurew@
ORL4.NDO. reLDA. ,

STETSON SHOES FOR MEN.

QUEEN QUALITY & AMERIC

GIRL SHOES FOR LADIES.
A full line of Shoes for Boys, Misses & Chlldrm

CITY SHOE STORE.

HERBERT CROOK, Prop.

Smith's Home-Made Candy-All Kind


f~hocolates, Boa-Eons, Kisss,
SUTTKRGUPto TAFFY AND MIXTURE&.


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of pleomates for theS
aestw,' said ,Mr. Ten-
,"No eow of their
*aoa a crowded hotl,

m- mU ed and eIgaed.
to dh her hiu
Mi, lt she had had morWe
Sthe Ingenulty of the

AWey llsht take a notion
with It," One rejoined.
Te&s Just landed pn

blW. Master Phil Ten-
perceived a obsnce
ad waa preparing to
e teps., to regain the


Slike to play wiv vat lt-
,* heo announced, ahe
AM. Miss Oor Tenney,
iUdoreed the seotiment
tidtated the action. "I
uM too," she maid.
aind no objection. So
tjt, Mr. Teaney looked after
y and proudly.
to," he said. "They'll
in just about a minute.
0e same with the rest of the
bere, and In less than two
V the grown folks In the boel
feeding candy and fruit to
S4naters a of ours, and taking
drive, and petting them In
way. Never were swh child-
'eAt around people, I believe!"
more Mrf. Teaney elUed.
at mar Tare been a ih o
; "wee a elort to know
Oer te twins maght do,
thy were "mlle away

101tos t was very strily I
4 Phil and Coar, and slnee
l a elhhood th*re
re of their own Me.
Wto ar and
eve& the most Ina
h qer hadt adp.

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ui.i~itL a Qne @radm Iadb
ta seeo f arolae es l
2It he as rW 4
bid to he sWMA fdeawt4 xI I
become a btahop.
"WoMd you not like to be a blbdp,
PtlHp?" d6o aWdded.
Phil looked at tier ad gTael
welshed the question. 0_
"I flk., If you plee04 1'4 Ti* be
a cowl-man and drive a ear't" hoe o.
pled., at length.
"O? Oh. yes, I understand Al.
thoub disoonert, Onmraima Abbott
stood by her guns. "He oha gret
smtst *e repeated.
be nsid that frequently; tadee&
so frequently that Ia i3 earnest, the
other guest took It up, applyag It to
Phil whether be chanced to be s1l-a
lig "Antle Laurie." or pjaytae
"cat," or embibltlng iea aoomplshV -
meats as a peller, whee be spelled
every word w4th lhe same letto1 m-
"044."' ThUe guests asitted t- t
Corn also hl great gtft-elthough
It wee true that when, f la her
broter'es lead, she would assert that
"I can stand on awy hed, too," ede a-l
ways collapsed In contusion aM
tears.


'Mr. Tenney, coming up for Sunaby,
and hearlne of the general admis -to
of his dilkreasn'e senl, took It as a
matter of oourse. "Well, we kpew
It long Ao," he said. "But wht
makes 'em seem so dumpish tooniAht"
"Cors complained oftbelng oold, so I
put her to bed early Mra. Teoey
answered, 'I think tbere's nothag thg,.
m9"er with Plhl, except that he's
tired. His Cooo--"
The other stoied, started, and
omped her headi. FPm *0 aest
reoom there euOa the Mtmar cRugh
- t t"e, 69 owemr, wutt the ad41-
tlon of an .u...-,-t -hoop-
Mr. Tee.py rose weia wM
Ward. Mi i uake, and milNna.
0ek*o, 44d mWals" o ter aM.
4"What uakes ypo coq* OMt wv
"Vat's, to Jo~nay Ward m ."
Phil eplamed, not wtout attaVs.e
tion, Aiatrety Joame Wfrsweo
, eaA. o a c er a AM6 "no
had ve peso,.. y now," w l uaId4,
"One of tose horri MAbh they
met w tTw nZa Ntty to *a
fwauWl Tma. Tear lMetIo &ut

aher sU ,
emefth e la.
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~ CU ~-~iIaer wvsmt -to

a* Idw Ourt?" mpirid

"Wro P with p..vsaw to m "wo

AMs* hee w~wrbftla, th Ad
be J6-A4 o W, 'ftaN * w I
ma V%*u~ tvt a e .k Adi~msa d-
loesfetel *thoe ose, i *sew rd re
=*eN It It anyboy 4des hm done
It." 01


a istmat window, tad he liftedhis
&at ?hens amesty, w "sa m~
Way" *Air hbanIAb to he60betiWm

"Orandam mid *t *am wwee *1
mes aet itsits" he m'iferei. "Me
mu AL~t sothey wee. wbm amn
o t $e m d id nt ot g v te ow W o o --,
the other awTon wei~y to give he

But aftbovoe* mthe rn hal
boorne age So bu bnras a, awe

die amid not eMb eat It quit.so

thousK weswmat of l00 Joke 4w4I
pi-~tmTMosth CIah


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e (CANADA'S PBRIPCT GENTLBMAN.
Sir WtMrN d Laurler, Prime Minister of the Dominion, embodies the
+es oea .P1rench-gentleman of the old school with the capacity to man-
S7m wllUbelt w)hlt h he weld never have become leader of the Liberals
ptimunity now ranking as a British colony.
'^JUe Itnder. unlacky Sport.
Obe ot f bed In the A well known London physician
k"to shut up the kitchen ire? was invited out to the country for
F aetty problem haN caused In- some shooting, but, although he tried
family squabbles between several tiunes he could not hit a single
V" losad husband. Bach Insists that rabbit.
"I'm very unlucky," he exclaimed.
"I've killed nothing all day."
"Never mind," said his host;
"write the rabbits one of your pro-
scriptions."
Coviealeat For Rural Postman.
A man in Alabama has earned the
gratitude of the postmen of the rural
free delivery system by inventing a
letter-box support which obviates the
necessity of their leaving their
wagons at every house. This not
only saves the postman an hour or
two a day and a great deal of trouble.
but enables him to cover a larger ter-
ritory. The contrivance is simply a
letter-box mounted on a pair of lasy-
tong levers, the other end of which
Is to be fastened to a post along the


othr aba do it, while both do-
to* ke another wink before ars.-
M upeeIatly it the thermometer
i around the wro mark. Both
lM Iew be reloeved o this disgree-
'but s evertheles essential task
I~ equipping the range with an auto-
sl apparatus Invented and patent-
viewa sO s man. The cu.ruotioa
paeratlia of this apparatas Is
iI t he aoeompayingt lustra-
Uk t ois eOetedtoo small clok,
elr set to the botwr he
to brt up theSre. At
esd sR a spring ms re-
weight, pWlltng a

"WiTse tter IS thus Opl*11_,
aESe 59 wtot t*ed


m bUpOM be hl the teg
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Apeftl Remedy forC
Uoadh. sour Stomu9.
1kxl kw Aoiwoskw wrmi~hr-
ms aW LossaoirSump.
VacSwb S'*'.Iur.of


LAPI WRAIhIV;cRQ


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Thirty Year





CASTOA
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LOCAL TIME CARD No. 78.


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Effective April 69 39W


No. L D No. 20 L No. 78 No. 82
DAILY DAILY MAIN LIN DAILY IAILY
4 ul pmu 9 so am Iv -Jackiouvlille Ar 7 : pnm N 30 am
6 pm 10 65 am Lv..Ad.Augustlie Ar 6 05 pm 7 0 am t
S77 pm 11 5M m Lv..EaKt Palatka Lv 5 06 pm 6 On am m '
8 01 pm I 82 pm Ly.... Ormond .... Lv 26 pm 4 2 am 'p j
8 I1 pin 1 41 pu Lv.....Daytona ....Lv 3 II pm 11 am VIP
8 1 pin 2 80 pm l.v .New Hmyrua .lv 2 40 pim 3 40am m V
100) pm 8 6pm Lv ..Ttusvlle... ,v I 2." pm 2 27 am 9 w _
10 43 pm 4 19 pm Lv......Cocoa . Lv 12 44 pm I 48 am
10 47 pm 4 21 pmi v... .kocklelie... -v 12 12 prm 1 44 amt, B
it 23 pinm 4 57 pmiIv. ...E(l allie.. IAv V! 10 pm 1 12 am |
11 30 pm 6 07 pm i Lv.. Melbourne. l.v 12 o pm I 03 am
1 2 am 7 ( pm i ., t. l'lerce .. ,v 10 r)am ,11 *A) pm i p i
8 48 am 9 17 pm v.. Wi. Palm each L v 04 am n 40 in o .
6 0a m 1 8o0 pm Ar .....laml .....Lv 30o an! 0o pm i t
7 30 am ........ ... Miam ....Ar.........00 pm
40am ..........' .v.. lometead.. I.v ..........; 2 W pin .
II .1 am ..... .... Iv Loax Kt' .. .v............... 47 am,
1 00 ...... lAr Kni ts ey .v ......... 00 am
7 os-in Ar.. KevWest. .v ....... .... I 00 am
rI IO am H..........aAr ... Havana .... IKvP......... I n p I


*Sundays, Tuesday and Thursdays. Kunights Key and Key West
tMondays, Wednesdays aud Fridays arrival and departures at Havana


Leave a0 s -EAST PALATKA T(
Palatka l | PALATKA
15 a .........No. 100o Jaly ..
1 am ...........No. 102 aIlly....
9 oam .........No. 104 )lily....
1 05pm ......... No. aly ....
4 to0 pm ......No. 10 Jally...
S16 pm ..........No. 11 lly..
6 83 pm ..........No. 1i2 Jally....


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PALATKA BRANCH
Arrive | leave
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PALATKA TO XAAT Arriveflt
PAIATKA Palatka
.......No. 101 Dally........... 00
.. .No. 101 Daly............ 0 am
......... N 10 Daliy......... 11 4s
.........No. 1(17 Daily...... .. pm
.......... N. IOU Dally...... 4 pm
........ No. III Daily........ 6 1pm
...... No. 113 Ilaily...... 7 SU pm


SAN MATEO BRANCH


Leave Egg X A8'r PA LATKCA 1*0 A rrive )Hat' Leave Haua'HA N MATKO TO EAST IArrive Zat
Hsak AN N MATEt)JMate fluo I Mae A LATICA ( lalalka
a 80 m ... No. 103 D)aily....... 8M50 am 9(N) m ......... No. 104 1)6111..::::0920 am
853 put .........No. 101 IDaily ........8 0 pm 5 43Jim ........ o. IM 5Dail~y.-.1 4 (S.i m
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DailY IDaily Day ~~lyDlyy Daily Daily
Ip 20pm 14Ya L. .jackaiinvilie ArI6 40smiii43 sm 1230 pm 00 Ion
65p 44 pm to of so Lv AUsmUc oselee. viA b3 SMU 18 a oinItA31 amto2Poo
167 10oveM 3 00 a~...KYnr.. vl6b40 out 744am IIt 29amOI!


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1f0t thre mail$
market, two senerai
take orders and dover
r door, weekly par-r.
Sis lnorporated, but no
bave been collected tor
Sthe many public im-
a ue madOe by the push and
of the citizens ana pulling
i e state and county taxes
t 0 mills on about one-third

and flhing, deer, tvu
Ald quaWl, black bass ad
fr&9s watroAIL
JAo we, Byrlyn Plaoe,
I sates ebght to teo mol-
$1; .06 day.-
peop b went through
Pruit Company's grove

Ow the best advantages Sm-
Is tranaportation; beias
Sriver ad rail is an a "dvanCiag
lo rida points eojoy. The
y utH for laptame, railroads
rmalaals at Jacksofville were
tha congeated and ftuit ship-
ponts down the central
vota was. In same ases,aa
le. AtlngB to Jacksonville,
tMe to northern market, and
brtng eMough to pay trolht,
S an Mateb skipper at Naa
*ald ship from here ote day
lve fruit go out of J.ocksomvelli
0Clyde ahp the Met Thtis t
to soeaon alone Was
a td of dollars to the an
Pgn rs sad the homeeeeker
'eI to bear In mind tran
SM b eap rates that eoen
oa seloetlng a F lnor


on to about who
Sron the northern states
St er are men of meaa,
Sod4 soolable. Have a be
K bwee than can beo f
Sto tesoth of II tmie.
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R, DEATWYLER&eCo,

Philadelphia, Pa.
or stonenlls, stamps or any Infor-
mation communicate with Orlando
often. Orlando. Irla.
POUND.
One of the best houses to handle
shipments of oroaes and vegetables
Write them today. 1They are
HEWITT A COMPANY,
10 Zast Canmden St.. altimore, Md







iy e! aIn lab e, with
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year-ontil we have today oe
oftbhlugest bulnemes Is meds
In this eoustry-e the best of
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A ItaMo vloa t et te mtom op
atm4 4 to the oavy, oflast
esibte litoot by some to t-prove
For a canker sore *Icobol c Omepi
to the parts will ft8e its oeote.
To get a itertlry ttUa w 4
them la he afternoafm whieno e a*
erocse of the day bee st'etehed tet
Umacle. to .elr least extent
,. About Due. -
Mrs. McGOulliciuddy, tilklng her
husband was .rather late In coming,
home on Saturday with his pay, went
to the police station to inquire .If
e *ews there.
" "Is y '*Pt '**re?" s hd asked..
. No," replied the naspector on duty,
"but sit down; we're expectUln him
every mnlnte."-Philadelphia Inquirer.
Middle-Parted Hair Agin.
"It will soon be the fashion again
to wear the hair parted in the, tid-
die." said the bos barber in a down-.
town shop. "For a good many years
the style has beon dictating a side'
part, but now the middle is winning
its way back. Leadln' actors, I guesu,
are the cause of the change, although
I am not sure of that point. Never-
theles, I- nobtee that a great sany
stars part their hair In the middle.
At any rate, we are getting a num-
ber of requests from young dhaps to
train teel halr for a middle part,:
so I uess it is coming all right."


'.*raMry; aklns her awc very 0a*
emaly at her small nephew, "there
were two mine* Diea on the order.
sheo this morning, and now they
have di ,aaieared. I didn't think it
was la you."
"Tirn't all In me,* blubbered the
wee boy; "one qI 'em is In Owenafe."
-Tit-Blts.
Th*re are *eai to te St. Louis
Po.t-Dapat b, that the. Americas Sue
tfeettes have learned a lesmo from
the expoerige 91 other lwemUagli 41s
ter. So far thre V ,bees noralos.
but the"e isp Wt-leppo -Pw-
to pe the -ea If am wtI
not pay attention to modet, MdAlike
o. S&et *ey ay m ey et to M,9
6eir ars waMedW te *0t-.iA
4w qa detamlnd to e tref '
A mass O *t to -bov sMtS wal
Mee e., *t rNrie, wi-n W
New Tvk N IIr Oc t ,*
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-1mht ItutiW procem is eu~ 4~
-*Memo ?dbune.
04W.,Nstlenal Weath


In 18 0 the Vnitfi S4tas the
fourth rank among the i
ainf upotl. Great B.rtan
and Germany were ahe f et Ito
the order named. We p,~ed _eat
Bltaln In 1880, and toa o
gate of our maamefa iqtAIm
that of GOratR

sipoD T1mlue 9 .1
ports of manufacturers hai
sitane 1 8. In the vale of te o
petty repreented, i
rak third amsnV the rpat 4
tle of the United Statee, agrltr
being Arast and the rlatds a&e.
but nla the numsb'Of persons a epi
ed agacuture Ua te o66y l7 ut
Whlc leds aaettcturem.
tures is far Mead of agc It,.
the value ..of the purodaof t4
mosey invested n mai re '
reoentsa eeigthot the valie et an1
the .al nd pereoal lprpe, oI
the country. The United States ua
utestures 35 per e. t o( v p|*
ufaeture6 ptubdcie of t w dIt& YTb
ale the (aim p,


i0n, iAd it is Wot ik
IM.--.Lsle.' Weekly. *


A certain Western omeuamaa
bonadlem .s~ahil~-yS dheWi b
sea~t seI&ab W .sem ld A


peG frm tetrain at Cleo.eatIo of
bhb bo town alter A no~tb*u
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The Most Healthful and Refreshing Drink.


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EDWARD SUMMER, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.

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AQO0UNT INAUGURAL CULBMONIUS
PRESIDENT-ELECT TAFT.
ht kots fs *ale ebruary 3th, March lt, 2 and Ird, fnal Unlimit to
sei elaal sitartlag point not later than aidalght, March 10th.
Great Military Parade.
4 further Inforatio, rrvations, *tc., call on wreet ticket
. 'tw t. t i I
A.i. PmITOT, Divbien Pa-nBe- A- nt, Jkonvill, Florida.
W. J. CAlM Pessager T. Ke..r, Wilmlnton, N. C.
-. T. WHMnE. *0oi*fl Ps *ger Agent.

tkIce Factory


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Hanan, Ralston, B. & P. Korr

rect Shape and W. L.


Douglas Shoes.

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HOLEPROOF HOSIERY


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This guarantee Is made with the 4gm
tinet understanding that all the p
In each box must be wrm by eaoe W
son only. Therefore each lt mu i anm
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REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE


THEM.


We giuanteo that thee six pairs of
HoNle~pr sex or stookings will need
ne daming foe els month. if they
should, we agrae to replae them by
now one, upon surrender of the pIur
eheam ticket with the worn pair and
onae eeapan provided they are returM.
ed to w within six months fr1M date
of ale to the wearer.


Furnishing Coods,

Trunks and Bag.


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an sbod pn a b1t1ra' Very WO "Mar s t4. B ass
M romoe ulay ofla ato *6ml e0U^ two be rauwm at. fta "I wo Photo.;
H ne ooafmld o pwd .r, "at wo^ -ac Mft d *. pat.,a or- A aood p WR
eg s Add two atM-aInews sle aot imo uK Dilw y ItdntM. la oentur tI ao ft a ,
cI pan" -, am I Mo m ta r of town. Cottaid braho sw rent ron pW bU, tt ts aeek.rsi
aaTURDey ll0 sossa md mio tono to a .d o o e t, W1. e o.
a In a plto a ramsa tock for sato M a tlg oompW Bay y e ti to Bbf Mt
at kead thou ty. that Is growig ormast tGd WS what we ha* to offer. It l
pate until It s1. about eV "an IN*
tn u go thick, ut with a bcut ctter, fu o r m at
I in a pan Well apart fr n eOh othel We asd frm S per cent paid the lit back.
READY TO RECEIVE oft. ad bae wel In A modern owt. ? w e stohk pa 10 per bt ,
When done sprinkle thickly wit pvow. 4th year. Shares are $100 each. Bend No. 1s. Dululag 1sL M n 1
SFUTURE DELIVERY. ire dered sugar and clannamo -Wle etJil for booklet Lor $1 0e". Sad e U M -
,, I _wann.-New York Globe. i I
I S KNOW THEY WILL w m. 9 r* lAaMN tw Yr ow b
_______________ ,ITAIJA N AKM E fS. .-IS e S Pn f, e la4oa We havTe iewtleo. rns t o hem
FAIR AND SQUARE A delidoes tal eae *ftlh $ IM it A *m a few hW tred p. t 00. ...
,INCLUDING ; aw s t er we l wet -- f or a p and l t
a_ _ __ft ft_---f-e, to w ,-
ktfan towlte ae ths: Wr what we tin touta
habe lt a apWtal at better until It Ii a 4,. 1 A pretty Itts agOw with rbe that6
ITY PAPERS title soft. bt It to a rae with location for house on river banko are payi gs .o to per
ING; halt a capul of sumr. Break to a $3,000. Aboat 500 boxes truiu this
sauu ead bet untl quite smooth; dd season. Whart on the property and Boston geatles cpe de hi
SINSe. by one, tree or more e, beat new packtg bowse. December for irs health b
Snghardand then add mtf a cpt l m aco lam rad I
$atd for fSamples &ad Prion of flour. Pour the mixture on a bit wo W uTD, to orate rIt sad *a
SCIT INTI A rd ab or fttt A good hotel anto pt a little mo he left hi sprtag ld ba -
JWRSEY CITY PRINTING N. Dte arn upside down ta o ad his t~x winters Into a hotel enough prqflt to.bare SalI Mg en
y wit gp*- CITY. N. J. 2 sobmiau to tmiitndtod t O000 to peane. for the winter, utest to
.4 66 Swtiith elate Iclng. Ps In tehotl. Am with than .
B iM A M N J oven a momeat, thea cool and oat
e...h!.. twteo ^^ep.-New York GlUbe. --- .
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_______ #Srhoses sc As, flig eb VsP t. -

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MIRRYDAY WALTON, ..
GOUNSSLLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,


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ee~t.. cia year
PLA. ~proy~d-by St -


A* -seto district AtborMqw ea
te oera0uoes a aertaa bamted
eManolems "laft Stea"i." But tht .it
- w not *e aisomnm d of plain
SMeang Is oowra. to the PittsMab
Dispateok by Soe Ot WM bae alleged
tealers are stiM out of Wall.
oa't people read the papere or
know at all what Is going on In the
world? If terydo, submits the Indian-
apoll. News, how can they oe so silly
or reclMem as to 9olnt "unloaded"
pistols et their best friends? Stati-
ties show that "unotoded" firearms are
of all Nde the most danerous. The
"amoldent." often fatai, due to them
are mamberess. It oaiht to be a pena
al offense for any one to point a
deadir weapon at any man; and severe
m elw'eph t eboold follow. I the Idiot-
bo action results In Injury.
A retired oeer asks the "Army and
Navy Journal" wbh it seems a criminal
olmse for a&-am In hie position to
*@l W for a reoruattin detaill. "We
t- esAally see so reason," reply
e t lmtoM, ".wky a retired ofeer
homd not apply for a redrulting detail
sor why he bsould not get It It he
meets he requirements. We believe
Ib mklag as ad e ae se possible
f retired ors to relieve the strain
of detafe upon the eSers on the
Utive list; but It should be remem-
bered tMat reeruiting duty Is not easy
work and measm early and late tours,
reGrtl tk*e qtreuao and vigor of
youth."

Clever wmen of the United King-
4do are lakia nventiotq and get-
Utl patests on them at te rate of
shabout six hundred a mear. "'ormer.
ly," writes Coasel Mela, "saee pat-
mwer. on. d to te dimaty or-
der of th e, bUt they now ovem r toe
b- par **"* of maeahAM. Osca
of the ore etfefoie reaot ttprove.
m te to eewang alneM, aatomo-
lied emd eves a4e eslams and
mtorse hare been patema by Britl
.O.MM-. Fato t or ta venuPon reoMat
tag to sytbta ahml Tave been ap
gpled for by Brktish women."


OWr lehMslaws"from the IS-
dlam mmay aquatic ss. One W84
dmrw to oarMismedam"tag, you're lk"
ReOW"esthe NeW, Tomk Pvegm 1T
~ ~ 5dIt Is 1. wads' "S**wotr
sw Ovd otaa vW a hsbe ms
~~r o~aI at es wldi o e at s
u~pma tokuekto 44 d bm,9 *
MIo L*. 5 to 6S ci tos Fm.

pAr beto 4W loodw lme go
alosmI soft W" aftoI 9"m
my dsfwuuw to lw po In or ab.n
own sum&p


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AIR LIB RAIL WAY.
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, jathrtf
I Plp, Rtal Richmond. Wahltol,
Baltimor, Philadelphia, Now i'k.
THREE ELBEANT TRAINS DAILY.


Seaboard Florida Limited
Seaboard Express

Seaboard Mail


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT /

ABOARD PFLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullmans Vestibu
O, St Austine and JacksonvlUl to New York via RihabD4
d 9Washlraton. lDantouf ar(a Is carte srvloo), Double DMubl
S m, 8leeping Can, 8tate Room and Observation Car. Iit WI
IA It'ib 11:50 a0 LM. aad Jacksoaril 11:55 p. m. daIly, laoldtOin
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Sbtll tUInormation and sleep reservation, call on any taget,
Seaboard, or write:
8. O~ BOYIATON, ML, Assistant Genora Passenger Agent,
JAOCSONVILLO, FLORIDA.

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Return at oevemnl t.
b his food In Tiskhr'e
pi mwnt au 4Mm0e0
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aad HUrper's Ferry, wit.
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01 t a trend offed. $25 to
Iln.m, but Tinker would not
Sat any 9rice, and soon sIt
t a present to some
Tit allht be Interbstlns to
6 th M ture aMovemenete of thui
lxe specimen of the feathered
mmone wiI doubt UTAOM
I. Z t and aUacl nt to the
NitsW rei.ment.-Chlcgo TA.


Set nH Half..
*tny work this morin', MUlsta
'e4 1 qld Blly Bulger, safe
that no 'work would


r betium.s "but wait a ain.
t Phillip has bwed me
i -ty years. Collect It, and
Shalf" The merchant,
b bow had was the debt, wink.
a.UO N customer.
um found the lawyer In
le ea group of p'oeebtive
tand aIfluential ctishs. Thrust-
Sthe group e called Ia
M P t "t, -ub!"
oeried the lawyer, e= h

'6Owed blm*1 0 for about 1-
v fte you pay h, aaep

i to ritn my uiraleat Here-l
^*t$ a $10 bil Ito the old
Mnuebast todded tpe


P saM the merchant,
a* *
Sha ai .W be
*Wd4 bpttw ls-ft
hask to get ouar safo-
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The oafrten st~i~st Um f s t o to
gooduse In seveal Aj'tossabib~E
oamp anosno. lomwe Is left on: 00
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goat. Paruculalny7 at W9bee.l -I m,, --, .-..,--. ..e .
an4 Jerome the .s,, asurps any p.Frevlous season ian
se rap Iron available ae gathered p
nUd beeped Into lona troughs a0nd W 'y and vaiety and w Aro
to, ats for the prec9 w ty, And variety and we are
mn. ."cn opper o.. l a naw uhow that we will have OI
with sulr. The t1 c0 g r a&
eaten away and replaced .y Ir,s worth la ing at
forming wiat Is known a 00.9 w rt hwi at
whtbh runs ron 0 to 50 por oelt I
the red metal. The expense of h .
ering Is ahlost thing. The water
from the Jerome mines is 9artlqir-
ly strou. ant it is told that shoels "
sad 91oks 0aet be le* to aIsn of of
the datp drlts tor fear of losin theO
temper of the metal, mech eveSl ly
wo be sr#y replaced by aer o
Ore running 15 per oeot copper ha BI G
been ftod on the 00 level of the
8hAtla#k mine In Bisbee In a e
Aslphide body, whose dimenloss ha* '
not et 6een determined.-- AS-
seles Tim.utifW new Pfnim "

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