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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: May 1, 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 )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Grand Jury Presentment. basis of those Subscriptions tile Justice; also our appreciation of the
o tWe. the Grand Jury respectfully Board of County Commissioners ob. zeal and devotion to duty displayed
submit to his Honor, Judge J. T. ligated our County for the balance of by our States Attorney, and we
Wills, the following Presentment: the expenses of said Ferry. thank both for courteous treatment
We recommend that three books of We strongly urge on all of our trial to this h ody; Further we desire to
record in the Clerk's office be re- Justices throughout the County, that go on record an expressing our ap-
Local Weather Report. bound. they always require, as the law proval and appreciation of the effort
As complaints of Irregularities in allows them to do, irresponsible per- of most of our Counity Officers in the
TEMPRRATURK: the Administration of affairs in some sons who bring petty cases before faithful di.scharge of their d(lutes.
Apr. 28,-Min.....68. Max.... .89. of our County offices have been made their Courts, a cash deposit of the We ask our County Commissioners
2,-- ..6. ....82. to this body, we have consumed full amount of costs in such cases, to have the Tax Certiflcates now on
26,- .... 6. .... 8. some time in making diligent in- andi in all such cases where It can ble hand in the Clerk's Offic listed and
S28,- ....66. ....88. quiry into these complaints, and done consistent with justice and law, schedh"lehd it suchi manner as to
27,- .67. ... .h8. much to our gratification, and we to terminated such cases in their bring the property rep)resented by
28,- ... 68. ... 81. believe to the gratification of many Courts. Many cases have been themil to thIe notice of prospective
aJ,- .. .66. ....84. of the tax payers throughout the brought before this body where there purchasers, as we believe such will
county, beg to report no tangible was no evidence to justify its being he of great value to our County.
Engene Masters, of St. Augustine evidence of any official Irregularity, done. ALEXAN)DER ). CUTRRY,
advertises gophers for sale 25uc to 4e It is howeverkhe honest opinion of We respectfully ask our County Foreman.
each. this Jury thatIr Board of County Commis.ioners to comply with See- (Spring Term, April 12, 19)9.]
-- Commissioners have paid out Coun- tion 772 Page 396 Revised Statutes
Mrs. L. A.Bmith, of Palatka, was ty funds, especially in the matter of by furnishing a statement of all Notice to Stockholders.
a guest of Miss May Crosby's Tues- Public Roads and general Index County money disbursed the preced-
day night, returning Wednesday work hastily, and we think without ing year to the Foreman of the Grand The Annual Meeting of the San
morning. sufient examination as to whether Jury. Mateo Fruit Co., will be held at the
Mr. and Mrs. F. Dotney letthe amounts should have been paid. While we commend the zeal of our office of the Secretary, San Mateo,
Mr. anday Mrrs. B. F. Doey left As to Index work referred to, we find officers throughout the county in en- Florida, Tuesday, May 4, 190N, at
Monday or ter Chicopee. Mass.,that for the year 190 there were forcing our present Prohibition Law. 10 o'clock, a. m.
home and on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. .1,406.06 paid for Indexing the Gen. we believe that the negroes are not J.A. A. Cosiy,
R. B. Bailey left-us for there Lowell eral Records, as against $1,290.65 the only violators of that Law, and Secretary and Treas.
home. paid for the same service the pre. we urge them to renew effort in ap-
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Oowen, of ceding nine years. We believe this pretending the white as well as the
Cresen rCit spent 8undy with Index work work for which the black offender. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO THE
Mrs. B. 8.Crosby returning on their $1,406.(1 was paid could have been Many complaints have come to ID"LATUBi-FTIIE STATE OO FLOR -
launch the Lo uise on Monday morn- done for a far less sum. We believe this body as to the purchase of the TIlE AI.IDATIIN OF RECENT
inl. Mr. Crosby accompnMnlng them this index work is special work for place known as Mallet's Island, to be ELECTION ICKLI IN PAUTNAM COUNTY
bo. the convenience of the public, and used as a Poor Farm for Putnam AUTIIORIZND AN ISSt' OF ImAoo OF
could and should have been paid for County; we know the reputation of ONaps.
Noticeo at an agreed rate by our Board of the place for health has always been To All Whum It May Concern:
(County Commissioners. bad, and we believe every pauper "rAKE NOTICE THAT SIXTY (10) IDAYS
The annual meeting of the San o ubni rom d wsrks wr, who voluntarily b oel to anp poor after the publics ion hereof., we the under.
Mato Christian'< TUnion will be held As to public road work, we respect. who voluntarily goes to any poor signed citizens an Count Commnisioners of
Ma hrlln Union will be hld fully request our board of County farm needs, at times, medical atten- Putnam County. Ssat of lorida intend to sap
Monday, May 10, 9:16 a.m. atoem- ly to the ILgislature of theMlai of Florida at
Monday, May 10, 9:16 a. i. at cem. Commissioners to appoint a general tion as much, If not more than the tts next Miron A. D. IuIofor theenactment ofa
etary. Al those who are Interested road Suprorintendent, as they have actual necessities of life, we kw w legalisin and validating the election bad
roa ey have ctua neceitie o lie, we know d held in PuIlaSm county. Florida. on ard
ti the Improvement of the cemetery full authority to do in Sec. 862 Page that place to be remote from any res- whday of November A. 190L, to determine
rund are requested to attend, oin 417 of the Revised Statutes. It as our dent physician. and on that ac- tin of the Board of Cou ny Commniionern of
the Union and help to beautify the onvtion with mny other tx pay- count medical ttentio will be df Putnam County, Viorida, a follows. to-wit:
SJ conviction with many other tax pay. count medical attention will be dif-The sum of one Hundred Thousand dollars for
cemetery. J. A. Casvy, ers that this plan would be less ex. ficult and expensive. We believe Third urfacf i hwanr, the sumao dForty-ove
secretary. Thousand dollars or a bridge overand saertu
pensive than the present-one, by Mallets Island from any and every the St. Johns River at Palatka, Florida and the
which each oommisslonir examines view point to be the most unfit place sum of en Thousand dolare for a i over
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR the roads in his own district at $4.00 that could have been selected in cnana Mill in Commieloners Di triet No. S.
TAX DEED. and other bridges hbat may be neesawary. and
D. per day. Putnam County for a Poor Farm, the aum Thirtn-fve Thousanddollars fore rvct-
Notice Is hereby Iven that J. R. We urge the -Board of County and we but voice the sentiments of sngshoudbeIued, ,ndrlsotoisadateasold os
Ra.se prebat o Tax Cer ufla JCommissioners who have the spend. many tax payers when we beg the lassue ndeabandevery part thereof. and top-
No. dated tday of July, A. approve and validate eet and every bond that
D., W* hb" led said certiloate Ing of public funds to the amount of Board of County Coummitssioners to may be issued under and by authority of ald
n my offoe and has made appllea.- $0.00, or more, for any one job, to sell that place as soon as the pur- tialdto ura s l defecsond irregulr.
ton for ta deed to issue n esorid- advertise for bids, and award same chase money with expenses can be oloing ad cauvasin of said elect and fu-
lyemp~owerandtbauthorine the Is.ue, cieciatlion
se witlaw. iad stile to lowest competent bidder. obtained and buy a Poor Farm iIand sl of d o bom cMto
age the folowinadserilbedpL,0.STdPHRNN.
ltsuawe to tisu n oiMt, We ask our Board of County Corn- .ome healthy locality, and not too Cbairmas Board CountyCommhaonera.
iold to,: mlasiners, in the appointment of far from medical attention, where PutiasmCountjFo rlAa.
S w o6M otfswISBet"i Bon d Trustes, who shall hav full our unfortunate poor may 'be cared T. J. seooas.
5 Wnbs II, B. Rae t S ooatrol of all the moneys the people for in a civilized an Christian f. OHANN,
~ak lagj kg ~boe vot*4 to Bond the County for, manner. Members dam county ,omi.ioner..
~of lasee wui- to appoint representative men from We respectfully request our Coun- Palaths, Florida, tis 4th day of March A. D.
the asaae of JbebMe dlrtent pa2rt. of the County, we ty Commissioners In the future to mn manr-Soda.
MIM iJ Uab si l.kour Boarfd of County Commis.- require all bonded offers of this --- -----
met-il-a 0 a da sleMers to am every means within County to make bond in some well
io npowr to eoUet- the different known Guaranty Company. Plank' Chill Tonic for Ma-
spd qigu r $qe saberlbed by prominent We desire to expreu our sineere laa, Ohills. Fever, Colds and
See t p1 a hr Sor mat, ea- appreotion of the fearless and Im rarippe. ua teed oue
oild f *e pebile eW.- W2on thbe St. partial manager in whloh Has Honor B jn re a Mateo. 4- 7
f [w .lti |- re lt s Jo River at Palatka, as upon the Judge J. T. WUIs has ever dispensed
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FOR HANDLING FANCY FRUIT, VEGETABLU AND PRODUCE.
WRITE OR WIRE FOR MARKET. ,
RUBBER STAMP ON APPLICATION.
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MINNEAPOLIS MARK ET/

Wants Lettuce, Tomatoes, Beans,
Peppers apd Egg Plant.
We are the largest Vegetable handlers In the North-
west. We want to make arrangements for

Plixed Car Lots Vegetables


The Callender-Vanderhoof Co.,-
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.


Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,
Recvers of Oranes, Grape rurlt, Plaepples and all kinds of Bouther
eVtaebls.
Refbrmno: rst National Bank
T Tamp6, la., The National Bank 1 DOOK UTRWT
of Nrthern LtbeM, Phladepbla;
h AL. 0. Palntor ertllsWe Cornk
JaeoTau, ntla, a.' o r, HasotaIA.
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fereos oe Ite m, 4th Net. sank, Boston.
WRIUT us ORu T~fiN 4


W. 0. wSHEVB & SONS,
NoTERN AND STEKN FRUIT POLICE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
.t -1. Street, W. W b gt D .
Personal attantamm slvf pa conlnesmnts whme ar lota t let.
, Member Naional Loeage Comulbe ion Mrhaat of UUW lted tates.


* SOUTHERN VBGOTABLS
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ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,
Vegetables in Season.

GOeo. B. Long & Co.,
149 Michiran Street. Buffalo. N. V.
WE HAVE BRANOM STORES AT RIO, PA., AND OIL CITY. PA.
REFERENCES:
Plorid Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
PRED N. DICKEY. AN MATEO ITEM.


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Largest ear lot headlers to IONSo. Members National League of (
mission Mechats, the best reemm a-U1on a house can -have. Write
our Oank, NaUonal Preoduce ak of ,hloago. about us. Ask any ftwit
trade paper about us. Tour Interest eour ours. Get In touch with gom
Uve people.
M. OEORGE &, COMPANY,
NO. o SO. WATER ST., CHICAGO, ILL.
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'lorida Fruits and Produce
In WASHINGTON STREET. . . NEW YORK.
MP.IALTIES: PInempple, Orange, Grapefrut, tarly Vgetables.
SHIP YOUR

ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT
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NO SALE FOR GRAPEFRUIT.
CAN HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS TO GOOD


ADVANTAGE.


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COMMISSION MERCHANTS
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ESTABLI SHED 1-87.

PHILLIPS & SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nombem of National League of Comm lesilon Merchants of the United States
FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE OUR SPECIALTY NOW. IMPORT-
/ ERS AND EXPORTERS.
SRFERENOES: Chatham National Bank, N. Y.; Aetna National Bank, N.
VY.I delity Trust Co., N. Y. and Commerelal Agenoles.
WN WASHINGTON STREET, * * * NEW YORK

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8uoaasor to Wt 0. Enow A Co.

Furniture
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FUNBRAI, SUPPLIES.
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Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
od all dwooriptUons. Undortakors and ft"balmer.
Jut tarzdv esomplete Iase Orockery and China Tablewark HEot
ware, Tollet Bets, Odd Plems China Glaswware, Lamps, ete.
10-.111 FRONT ST., PALATKA.


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Sales Agent, S. W. ROWLEY.
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DERS fer FUTURE DELIVERY. IT'S
CUSTOMERS KNOW THEY WILL
RECEIVE FAIR AND SQUARE
TREATMENT, INCLUDING
FULL COUNT; / ,
BEST QUALITY PAPER '
0OOD PRINTING; '
STRIKING DESIGNS.
Send for Samples and Prices.
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*l'-es *- Is the WH
sr.e onae dloth s woves
Sma br be mn about a foot from
'l Ofl thC table, o an outa*e
h h- e*teri The rubbo to
Stet ry r. g t bows at two
.-Al te ornenrs.
I o et re, fte rbbon is chosen
*" ilt a view to matUlhin the color
ibs weNa, omow
4 taIftheoe this is a very pret.
--4j Mranement ad would be effoeo
S r e too. if one were short of flower.
< ew Haven Register.
S TABIA LINBN UwBROIDURY.
t ecoutraet to the voue of IMadeira
S- other varieties of very open tat
em roldery for table Iteas clone,
raised embroMiery Is the preferred
eoration for sheetd, boWter, and gp -
Mew cases. Here scalloped edges Of" "
W e preference in the higher grades
over plain hems.
A scalloped edge and a heavily eo-
S ro dered monogram or a scalloped
Wase and a band of embroidery any-
where (roni one Inch to five aches
W ide In addition to a monogram of
Imposing else Is the style of decor.
S ton most often chosen T brides as
well as by bouaekeepers of experience
. tien choosing their'betbed Uinen. tIn
1: ue Oases bolster and pillow "ases
are almost half covered with tee finest
et rsled embroidery, representing ex-
quta te dower efRects.-New York

TO 01JU LMAC


Black lace, unless very dusty and
flled. should not be washed, but weOl
S lateef to remove the loose dust. it
amuld then be dipped It a solution of
4Wp blue gam water.
t~ however. the lace Is dusty and
S owMsA n color, it shoMld be washed
S n a soap lather, then rused and stiff.
OaW to the deep blue water, to *which
gm water has been added. This re-
Otores the black to its original appeaO
teeO. -
Met is wad0ed In the same manner
oa oaomenW lace, and also stiffened Is
hot water stweao: but as not Is so
Man, It does not take the stitfening
m eeadily and nust In consequence be
out into fairly thick starch. For thin
Sets bolln water staro is uand.
The net Is Ped. 4,ampmed, and
Vreed aon the wrong sidMe. It must be
OUeMlIy Ironed to the widt, a. It has
a eat tendency to draw to the length
Sad become strigy. The ages must
S o kept straight and even-New Yomt

~~RUST ON 8T La
An DaN is womaan to authority for
felle owulaMg o for cleaning rust
l Iseen : Dissolve a quarter of
Jal of eamphor gum In nearly
fa plld t ored. When the mlsa
So meltd and pleaded take off
SoM f at MSUMIbe"to MAP
inm .t-r. Mob m. SfltfI
hI e a la earts

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lI" them Isfst tob
wito $me of ast"e unmo eft"
esebeingeor '
unions th an a'e0fInd IMPlage4
mad where haufwoi* aw wems is nmi
at a Soed figure.Bboftlegnoag
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elg: add sples d attl UW it;l
at stir 1 tesMpoon edI8 taot 1 e
of, uMIso" Ap a""*p% M
chopped ndsilas 2 t W &fts& e .
Add raislas bt. Bab 4 miatemM ti
A"0W MaiL D
slow oy.
Terts--Make a riah W p"ate
for sett. Tas e ps stwed prmes
sweetened to taste ad chop with
ediut 14 cup wBeutd, or shop ,pse.
rMtly. as the nats want to be quite
Bine; fl abei with mixture and o6
the top of each put I large spoon
whipped and sweetened cream favor.
ed with Tanila.
Molasses Cookie--One cup mo.
luasses, 1-2 cp sugar, 1-2 cup shorten-
lag, 1-3 cup hot water, 2 teaspoom
saleratus, a little salt, about a tea
opoou ground ginger, flour ,to rolL
Don't roll very thin.
Apple Butter-Pare and core apples
and oook until soft. Rub throuSh A
sleve. Measure, and for every oup of
pulp add 34 coup of sugas. Boll until
It Jellies. Stir often to prevent burn.
tla. You will have to use your owm
Judgment about the water, a some
apples ar more Jualy than others. Of
course, the more water used the loug-
er it will have to boll before it Is done.
Hermitsu-One cup sugar, 1-3 cup
butter, 1 ecs 1-4 cup milk, 1-2 tear
0txon saleratus, 1 teaspoon area
tartar. 1-2 teaspoon all kinds splce. 1
cup stopped ralasm, flour to roll stitf.
Roll thit, bake la a quick oven.
German Coffee Cakes--2 1-4 cups


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3 heapIng teaspoons of baktag


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tablespoon butter, 1 eg, milk, sit4
dry Ingrdlents together and rub In
the butter, beat th e n, add milk to
the en to make 1 14 oups, lOr alU
together with nverted spon to a
staff better. Turn into baecult -pV
4ad spread evos. Bnu top ,tUyS
wit melted butter. gprtnkle suar
and -eBMon over tbp. Babse a
moderate eO.L
Whipped Cream Pe--eat I eI m
with an eg beater 6 smnutes by tire
clock, add 1 1-1 cape of swar aW beMt
agai. Add 1 14V e1 oa ( 4K ted
Sour Il Wtei bave bee sifted 11-1
tmapoot bakea l powder and *14 tea.
spoon of salt. MUI well ad beast
wel. Add i-4 eup ao mlk
stir It ta weU, ad theA ed6 1 tee,
sapioful of vanlla Bake la three
maUl or twb we rcamd pe ti Us.
A malil erd o yakts has been pre.
sated by the Duke of Bodf to the
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toi e the. That doctor h tried
itos ribweTI them
f a ALL IADLXD TO
31110 ANY R&I=.
Dr. I rtA 's ides that a catrrh
nMd* an be made on la o ai
as e lasak iat; U h it h a b mad

t* iMo 0 1tathise
tha K AUR DRUyIa T ppIO dl





Theo a ertai member of conbe
res, a lver of musIc, who had the
mistun not long g go encounter






pon of a coleague froml a Misouri
town.
Tg upon the beautime of Puccini's
j othard, w honh observed his
atink, matter of iact person that you








benefit In life?"
o"Judang from the portraits o aver


see of mnWhat M uale Due f or Uil. y
Theants repleda certain membhe other of con-
aln ortnte not lon ayo to enepounter
air from e alve tener ot the per
son of a colleague frobs a Mdoarl
town.




The music lover was hurt. "Look
here, John," asked he, "don't you
tbhlk, matter of tact person that you
are, that- malic to of some practical
beselit in lift?"
"Jutftdit from the portraits I have
91en ot elnesnt nmallass, espeelaUy
plantits," replied the other eobaress-
anm "I shouMld say that It keeps the
hair from a llang out."


The Only Way He Ceuld Ge.
A man fearfully addleted to sttter.
io stepped jp to the ticket window
at a raSiUred staton and asked what
It would Mcot him to so to New tork
by feiht,
"By fr t?" oucla0med t ohe atos.
do you vat to so by freight f
uUeoo44offm, tamu eet the mnu* ,


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the Doe h;
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Oran, am Thou
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s to me ** 0 1bM.M
iee ea n a t be tyes

t elange M to solde a ro.
~ma em sm1 *of ts maelat ort
*amn a om er *ois -a as t pro
m ee of at se st s state ball
dens Ut* *IMa*o
48W 9ple eWlt0 t daa.aL, &ad
dey aW more s a li Ute o es
Se Maw the to a- tch
" a sem o d beof a p wtnor
O reval in the majority lof l.
esd~a todar. OMrter-901Ae
elatly ad ftrigM, Hbut anoae t less
I *as Aeob"Ite memtlal
to the psr pa zn~ot of thdo WXo
tOl court 4aes of ole tmoes. There
is no doubt that a e rtiM renm sach
as that sumsted by the dance teah-
ls eould undoubtedly be welcomed
tf made fshlaosble by royal eor.-
London Daily 4ew. -
Troe.
Trees grow on mountain sides, In
temote country districts, and in some
residential quarters. They tarnish
shade. Presidential timber, and, when
sliced thin, delicious breakfast foods.
Trees are useful for cutting down,
abd furnish occupation for the other-
wise unemployed. in the form of
railroad ties, they furnish a basis for
bond issues and for took market pan-
lot.
Trees may be oak beech, olesatnut
or ela, but they are always popular.
They make excellent fre, especially
when made into some novels.
Trees are brown and green, but
n*wen made into paper are generally
yellow. This is when they bark loud.
est.
Trees were at one time used for
banagin 9uzxoses. New we use Inrves
tigating Oomtte*e, thus showing
the adqvnce in civilisation.
Amoag Rook-abye babies the tree-
top is a favorite. Later on the
Christmas tree is In vogue. At the
club, the only tree used is the hat

America=s consider themselves u-
perior to all trees. That is why they
out them so.-Tbmoaas L. Mason in
IApplncott's.

The Really Irreparable Loss.
"What has happened to me?" ask-
ed the patient when he had recover-
ed from the effects of the ether.
"You were In a trolley car acc.i
eent," said the nurse, "and it has
bn found necessary to amputate
your right bandd"
He sank back on the pillow, eob.
bing aloud.
'hMeer up," said the nurse, patting
him on the head, "you'll soon learn
to et 10along all right with your left
hand."
"Oh, tt wasn't the loss of the hand
itsef that I was thinking of,** sighed
the victim. "But on the forefinger
w-a a string that my wife tied
around It to remind me to get some-
thing for her this moratsg. And now
rl never be able, to remember what
It was!"-Cleveland PlaiR Dealer.

The @oastrueeton of every sky.
scsaper elaims an average of at least
three vietmls, and of te 19,0,000 is.
dmstrlal worersI this oMuatry 600
O are killed or maimed ever year.


*~U Unlhid In 9Mworld tounder WAY
is MUndo City to Trnplco it will
k -~iRW~ to as aWtode ON los
soe"" wIa bmle sA

'Fall to the delegates to a*e

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GRADER. ...

The Melt e IT yemV Mxpaon as dM er oI GR4RADB UJPRIT ORADMS. A perfet Oraters a
SoPerate, canbot brmise the n4ti, east oteg is the maphlbe, lightest r unninga and most up to d at e
a a market. Special Pekaing mous- eewb ity ballt to orb, Suppltwk, qlipment, to.. Write m
-tI "e a7nt. w l Nfalaf too smll to resete my perseil attention. All kinds of turned work to or
-W prio s Mad loars write the lavesmtr and manautewew.
BDW. MN. MAUL A, Palatha, Florida, U. S. A.
Ig =3TwJ r.,_damm.. urnw^ =!" "


LiAIRX


SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 11, 1909.
NOTICE-Those arrivals and departures are not guaranteed.


No. 801No. 221


[No. 821


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ally except Monday.


No. b2, the Florida and West
Indian Limited, hai in service
Pullman dining cars. Pullman
buffet Sleeping and Parlor cars
on other trains.


No. 94IDiie Flyer Rt.jNo. 95!No. 94[Albany & 111. Con. Rt.jNo. 961No. 3218outh Atlantic Limtled.


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. Chicago LvI10:05pj10:30aIAr
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No. 371No. 391


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Jacksonville
. Palatka .
. DeLand .
Sanford .
Orlando.
. Lakeland .
. Tampa .
Pt. Tampa.


Ft. Myers


. Jacksonville..
... Albany. ..
. Birmingham .
... Chicago ...
.. St. Louis ..


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Lvi 9:O0pi 7:00.I10:30a11
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|No. 40JNo. I\i


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. .. .. .. ..Gainesville .. .......Lv| 3:30pI
S. . . . . .Ocala . . . . l:0 p
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........ Tarpon Springs .. .. .. ..Lv| 7:68aj
.. .. .. . ellealr ... .. . .. ..Lvj 7:26a|
.. .. ......St. Petersburg.. .. ..LvI 6:45a1


PULLMAN CARS ON ALL TRAINS.


..... Jacksonville ....
.. . . Atlanta . . ..
. .. . Cincinnati . . .
...... Louisville ......
...... Chicago ......


Via Montgomery.


.Jacksonville .. ..
..Montgomery ....
. Chicago .. .. ....
. .St. lou s . . . .
. Louisville . . .
. .Cincinnati . . .


No. 33


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4:;uail 7:16pjAr.. Mount Dora.. Lvl12:41p
2:40a&| 7:30pJAr ... Tavaros ... LvJ12:27p
1:25aj| 7:43p1Ar .... Eustis .... Lv;12:lap
9:556pj 8:35p1Ar ... Leesburg ... v;,ll:30a
9:18pj --
8:30pjlloats leave Tampa daily except sun-
Ijdays at 7:30 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. for
JI.Manatee River.


Steamers leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays at 11:00 p. m., for Havana.
Foer reservations and information apply to agents A. C. L., or write., *
A. W. PRITOT, Division Passenger Agent, 138 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.


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tooo =Z.? ik


F. H. Schley.


8. I. Bohley.


Tour fruits and vegetables to the live house,


SCHLEY


i Ylwn Fortlzoer


BROS.,


t the live market, on a live street:


114 ULHT #T =T,


DALTIMORE. MD.


AOouat Sales saod Oeek Daily. Steals and Stamps turnlshed o0

Mfh: t"' National Bank, Baltimore; Murohison NsUo&
al Baak, WUVlaana, N. .; New York Produce aehaagse.
Wire or wri teday lor quotaens. Agest wasted. I
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follow InvThusai""med Stra
140O am sosvle s.b. .I*:=e


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Do 100m


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W. MIHiNRO


NOILTU SOUND.
Am na',Weiseedsan d Frdays.
IASve Oescett Ofty M.1OhM
oave Palsat.ha . 9:10am
Lavre aovSrm Ogim.~1: 41
Arrve omvflll .. .6:0m


RI J. ADAB, Agt., Palatk
Gen. Mar.. OCrest C ty.


I a tfrits sad vutabei are 8ram
u User smgad eow prices tofr .m
Ru I R STAMPS AND STENCIL.

STAMP & SEAL CO.
iB A.i iSA, WRITE. oP ONTA.O


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Dn't ind What ou
Write U. .


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S AU A, Oe ea senltaMtes. eaUsW
6 ina barm, ete., witlla fc <
^Bp s e saad depot. A bar
R-^ Sf*Terms UM taln.

tre rooma^ tO Vr ft abo.
SeA landd Nmtati out Itn r
" 0tre8, nloely situated ta oestor
of town. Oottage furashed. For rent
0le. Photo. __
4 l I o. s.OO res, river slde.L.
I e s de, feane 1 mill. Would fzsne
GlL ror cattle ranch, ootldn't, be
best, a I million feet pine, 2L 14
I a lUa cypress, 6 million feet of ash,
it, hickory, maple, magnolls, eto.
S ood whart, Sroom house sad farm
About 0 A. Under fence. The prices
$.00 as acre. It you 9e an business
some and se this.
Stock ?or sale In a stock company
that Is growing oranges and grape
fruit. Started business five years
ago and from 2 per cent paid the lst
year the stock paid 10 per cent the
4th year. Shares are $100 each. Bend
for booklet.
I
No. IL Pinoepvle lands in Dade
county, on railroad. sore lota. $20
per acr. If you want pneapp)e land
or a pinery seady la bearing, write

41. A pretty little grove with fine
location for house on river bank,
About five hundred boxes fruit this
season Wharf on the properly and
new packing house.
S4-sere tra, one of the MbW h ft
)Mateo for oranges or p-MasA. bset
30 asre cleared4,feaoes not I best of
shape, small house a d ~p a ubea.


No. 109. 0-room hbee. Cost over
$38,00.00 to build. M actes lad,
peach trees, 10 young orange
trees. Bar. Nice location; shelled
street and ddewalk on froat. Price
$4,500.00. A good opening -for some
.ame t mac eapeam. by tahai
ww vtfo rt tre~~m Le ,Goodt*
Into bearing, asy terms. Photo.


No. "-4.800 aere. land suitable t
ettoe raneh; some of the tnest gas
de4 land, mall ossage grove, fowla.
weal of pure water, frotfncg on 5.
oebas river with Florlda Ist Coss
Mlway ruu nag aho t proper
Ask tb price.


_______________ I


Do you want an Isateret In bmerin
Manag grove? No better Inveulmen
b Flori~da. rit for particulars, s
maMte of prits, vxpensem, etc.


__________ I


Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It costs loei
than to go farther south and then come
back.


No. 14. Building lats, Mil0 tee
for $16 eaeb. end for plat.
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We have properties running trom
a few hundred to $18,000. Write us
about prioe you would want t6 peg
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your 4g
ure. ,
There are orange groves here thai
are paying from $100 to $1,000 peI
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down in
December for his health, bouVt 10
acres of land for $500, had It set oat
to oranges and grapefruit; and before
he left In spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his ez
penses for the winter. He refused to
selL


f Yout Want a Hes mIs P lorMda Comea to fan Mates
and see what We Have tU Offer. You Will
lake a nfisaM tf Yeu Don't.



Real state Agency,


SANH & MILER.
BEACH & MILLER


LINE.


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WAR t A 0atq-m *



Dry Goods, Shoes,

Clothing.
House Prmashlg o every k1m." A wareue A l. 5 51dlmg tb a
ys, OtL. ortila0ers sand Baildem uliea.

8an Matoo, Fla.
ft


Why Stay North and Freeze?


a


Come to San Mateo and spend the winter out of doors, and you wOl
come again, *
If you want to rent a cottage, write us; we have them furnished, sad
ready to move in. Byrlyn Place. (see advertisement In this paper) casa
not be beaten in Florida for a board ing house. Write-


Real Estate Agency.


WONDERLAND


THAT R-E


When in Palatki don't Fal to visit the Wonderland
Theatre. The MOVING PICTURE SHOW of quality.


Entire change of programme esob night.


Adqmission ioc.


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THE SOMMER-M ART ORANOB CLIPPBR
clppe S madt e after a de ssig fulated by Mr. W. S. Wart s
awka Park. It state all the o ists at of a t iot Oa ml eli,
ma of the beset stew a reudedAs U to imeat dipper ,tai Wm
e0 a was W th eUer, we M P uaas oaM. The b AS
et. Prie by so ma asko papM prieart pwr d4o @ uw


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for canning, for loca
and disant markets if
in semon.
ve em. We have the right
w w Tre hey Grow TheyBree
tItte are GoodI They
e TR o of PEACHES and
ohmer Fruit. Nut and Ommau--ta Trees free.
The Bros C, Jackim onvile, a.


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~-muinbe-hleun. entime

SEABOARD
JAIR LINE RAILWAY I
Savannah, Columbla, Camden, Southern
I -Pin", RatMlth, Richmond, Wash ng on,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
I THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
Seaboard Florida Limited M
Seaboard Express 0
Seaboard Mail S
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
!TYe ABOARD WLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullman Vestibul*e
lets, St AgufStine and Jaokscaville to New York via Richmond 5
sad Wtiblngton. Di)ntg oar (a la oarte service), Double Drawlig
SSoM, Sieptin Cars, State Rooq and Observation Car. Leave St.
Sula 11650 aS.sa. ad Jacdsonville 11:55 p. a. daily, Inctuding W
Ilm
i mal latormation dad eloper rervations, call on any agent,
Seaboard, or write:
IL 0. BOTIBTON, OR., Assistant General Passenr Agont,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
ei suenel*__


Favorite


Fertilizers


ARE THE VERY BEST IIADE FOR


Citrus Fruits and All Crops.
THT ARB AS GOOD AS THU BUST MATERIALS AND MOST APPROVE.
3D MrTHODS OF MANUFACTURE CAN MAKE THEM. WRIT FOB
OUR jOOKIrs AND PRICK LIST.


SANDERS FERTILIZER CO.


Opmi AND FACTORY ON VIADUCT,


JACKSONYIL3M MLA


Doom is uWi Mh IuinI~ d ki s


F


are Arged to follow the example of thousand e
their sisters and take ardul. Oardui is a noa-
mineral, non-into icating medicine for women. It
is for sok, weak ladle1 with sick female organs.


I TAKE


It wm Help You


99


I is a genuine, curative medicine, that builds
up the female system and relieves female pain.
Mrs M. A. St. Clai, of Eskdale, W. Va., writes:
"Before taking Cardui, I had given up all hope of
ttin well. I had suffered for 3 years with m
left sidle and was confined to my bed, so I took Oardui,
and now Cardui has about cured my.female trouble."
AT ALL DRUGa TORE


AKERMAN & STEWART


WHOLSALm AND TAIL


WHOLESALE AND


RETAIL DRUGGISTS.


CIGARS, TOILBT ARTICLES, ETC.
Tlghman's Condition Povwdrs, for Cattle, Horses and Sheep.
An excellent appetizer for domestic animals, tattening, nd gives
a ine appearance and glossiness oa coaL It is a infallible cure for
W In c battle, and Ialso specially recommended for hog cholera,
etc.


Il* agents. AOKu RMA
ull direetlons OB bao
PALATKA,


& STWWALT, Palathk, FIL
box.


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SAN CIV

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FLORIDA.


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Made from the Genuine Havana


Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.


He* Rperimeat. They have been on the market for years.
At all the great hotels of the East Coat.
At the Club House of the Florida Automobile Assoolation
on Daytona-Ormond Beach.
On board the famous St. Johns and Ocklawaha River
Steamers.
Dy 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 got aequalnted?
For convenience of our mall order friends we put some of
our best brands In boxes of 12 cigars each and will deliver
e'e anywhere In the United I states at following prices:
san of 12 Panetelas for 75 cents, retail pries 10 centc.
Puritanos for 75 cents, " 10 *
Club House $1.00 retail price 16 centa.
S Invincibles $1.25 retail price S0 cents.
Imperials 61.69 retail price 20 cents.


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San


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"w o Orw e mR"ow. **-a&" so ** ook % a" amitl s to do all In UN&r own sa s
4%,4 **S .b. .3 tleN btmht" ave o wU mtto prevet a duty intir a ift m IoMW I
Ofs t- Mf .m".o We"W,. 2 0o1 .f mt WaIN L a w MwL W .

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S-"_ paes t-he- f1 .... 5 iaminor lp it's spius e asg. Catarrh is a LT or wN O. aw l wm
wr l au e Ouaranteed by S. W. Dowley. It o I yt im st take Internal rneme- Bpeltendent Pabie
s --- Hea'. Caterri C re is taken L A TWucsk, PMakt~.
-laternafly. mnotsdirectly on the SheriU-R.. .
Uw bsillpa t e af tI ii orf '/EIB U L be ad m ueo surfaces. Hail's County ju fs-4.L 08, P
S" me e *o. JoeIo a., speaker of te ttaerrh Cure is not a quack medictia. Tax Colloctor-A. 8. Wile P1
Wo. ._ eo f repee oatves, re ived aItwas- proscribed by, one of e s k t lst
Ow readen w- w s 1 is .600 o fedVm i Vta r m amce the f itaBtea is a reus t prescription it is oeok.
S th SBw soeptempte of tth bet tonics known, Troesurer-J. m. mo P t-
d erett ~ lle to a s the le ate.eo d with the best blood purt- k
Sf It wr probably he next smoth be- l s, acting directly on the mucous Supervisor Registration--. T. Kel'
fore he MaM eaoe, as he as a am* ,VWfrtoe. The perfect combination of Ihm, Palatka.
Sber of egag Mineat. Thl O com0 the two ingredients is what produces County ComNlsionerOs-I C. Stt
__too by tdo wm the result of a spe-Oh by Conres- ch wonderful results In curing Ca- phe chairman, Palata; B. T. B-
--man Clark In the Florida house 64 trrh. Send for testimonials free. lan. San Meteo; M. Boheso, a
2 @t9 at ow stee mato Mf fending hist acon i coagree la a- pJ.j. HNBY & CO., Props., To- aerville; J. T. Rogers, Plta] Hall;
teo% s tW eae"M2m M adista the Nebrlkm.L Following hia ld, Ohio. W.C. Alvers, Steoo.
o w. Lspoo tthe iolrdatol ereh: "tHlr. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. School Board-J. N. Blackwe, PaI
-.. itrah futr Bryant" and sent telegrams Take Hall's ramily Pills for con- latka; L. Price, Melrose; J. ,
to him to speak before the house. f rpttsa nd
l C on ressman Clark has announced his stlpation. r trut enator-D B Crgn P
,. ..I N e ws j IntensUon of belag preseott.
'n gh 'a t A. l r am The commission elected by the leg- latka.
L, N e lJ w s.. When largetracts of ld are sold nature of 1907 to investigate the acts Representative"-B. J. Hiburan, Pa
I Ch te fo tr by the stats, public no- and dolngs of the trustees of the in- latka; H. A. B. McKenzie, Paltka.
.le wmi have to be given under the eternal improvement fudd has made a .._
Mr. Allen Holton gae Ingompar on visions the bill by Mr. loan of voluminous report embracing a large Ton OHoers:
h Monday night at V. I. A. hall under t oe base Sa the les. It meontr f testvidemony aThe resll each Mayor-J. 8. Rowley.
the auspices of the & V. HI-.A This Is probable that the bill will be -pa seems to have been thorough and Aldermen-J. A. Crosby, H. C. Bal-
I ve-ct play gives Mr. Holton the ed by the hoe and signed by the complete. There was no difference loy, C. A. Baley, S. W. Rowley, H. ,
opportunity to show his wonderful governor. of opinion among the members of the R. Goodwin, L B. Billey.
Stability and his work l certainly S. The proposition that the legislature commission until they reached that Tax Assessor, Tax Colector, Tresa
Between- the aets Mrs. L A. Smith, shall guarantee bets on the races is portion of the report that deals with urer Clerk-Harold Hills.
with her vocal selections, was heart- meting with considerable favor. the legal contention of the trustees' Marshall-William Bharps.
ily encored. Miss Prances Rowleys general counsel. former Governor Jen-
selections on the piano were appre0ia Ali i .f f the lp nings, when Jud UnitedState Be ato Car-Dter,
U* selectioA the pin < r Pr./ pointuent ol a of five, chairman of the commission, differed United States Soenatrs--. U.
ted. After the play toI cream three f the boe and two from as o th w sad n fled a dissenting Fleteher, JaekaovlUle; J. P, TatI-
Sserved and diea-g finished out tim the senate, to nv.-tle wort aion on that point. The commis- ferro, Jaeksoeville.
Evening, of reclaim the verslade sand the on nds that the trust was coupled Co=gresamen-FPrak Olarkc, taln-
MWial work ea the I" 0s t o was with the obligation to drain and re- vfe; Steve Sparkman, TamS; D. U.
Mr. R. B. Titasy, aon of Charl esS& l LWokte p Wojs- w rt h to drl ville; Steve Sparkman, Tampa; D. H.
SMr. R A. B. Tlay, O of Charles opted In th hoe. claim the lands; that land granted to ysPensaola.
Tiffany, who formerly owned the Hol. lThe Immigration projt I beng the railroad companies was only the M Pesacola.
ton property, was here this week, at- champloned I y DaPot, of St. Johns; residuary interest therein; that at
ter an absence of 17 years. Mr. Tif- his mmgni bests g an ap. many times during the existence of 5000 Ased for a Monumen
fany has a transfer business at West propriStie for the carrying on et the trust there was wasteful misman- To Senator Wl s
Palm Beach. the work, has reoev4 a ivorabse agement; that many of the acts, both Tallahasseo, M -A prvn
report of the committee. Many rMa-. I the early and later administrations, for an appropriation of $5,000 by th
SE. 0. Painter Pertllser Co, have roa aed rate bil t rte wre laexcusable and that the Im- state, aS like mount to be raised y
just issued a Florida Almanac that and dozeas of banking bills have be provident expenditure of the trust public subcr o, for tt
would be a handy reference book I Introduced, but a not metlns wit fads under the g of payment for e rectingnapproprlate
any home, and especially to the truck- thethette one, services to favored attorneys or the suitablmemory ofsi the state a he
er and fruit grower or to any of The however, of each clanhas beenrm are deserving of highestcensu or of the memory of fthk late Sen-tr
o r and fruit grower or to any of The W. J. Bryan of Jacksonville was In.
ported favorable. McWilliam' 1,1#
Item readers In the north that may giving the railroad coo Lived 12 Years. produced in the legislature by Repr-
| have a leaning that way. Mentiesa e power, isaio a w tentative Neeley of Leon.
Item and they will send one free. Ad- oompanes under them the sme as William Parr England's oldest
dress B. 0. Painter Fertillser Co., railroads; Alezandere bill providing man a married the third time at Kills t* Stop to Fed.
SJacksonville, a te t la eoe. of Acents for 10, worked In the fields till 13 and The worst foe for l years of John
Message of ten or less words, sd 2 Ulved 90 years longer. People should Deye, of Gladwin, Mich., wa a ran-
A solid train load of Cuban pl en osts for words i excess of ten, fro be youthful at 80. James Wright of ning ulcer. He paid doctors over
apples; 14 cars have been handled any point In Florida to anotherlat Spadock, Ky., shows how to remain over (400.00 without teneuq Then
nor the flrt time, via K ailgh Key e ta rate are: e youn. "I Seel just like a 1-year. Bucklen' Arnica Salve killed the ul-
and the Florida Bt eoa.t Rlway for ots per m e, another for 4 o boy," he writes, after taking six cer and oured him. Cures feove* or.,
Bg s to look as though there wa cents per mis., ir o' 8 bottles of electric Bitters. For their. bols, felons, ecsema, salit rheum. In-
methods nla the madnew s the Ovr A Bill titledd an act to protect go- ty years Kidney trouble made life a fallible for piles, burns, scalds, euts,
ea Railroad construction. We only phers was latreuoed .I the bouw. burden, but the Srst bottle of this corns. 25c st 8. W. Rowley's. tt
wonder how much less rate has bon to the w erful mel convinced me
given from Cuba to New York tha lature Governor Glohrst recommend* had found the greatest cure en earth." Now that an Incasttneq the
given from Malae to Neo York. e that the oonsUtuton be so amend- They're a go4senda to weak, sickly run compostlUon of the aeaag eard.
King & Pondleton of New ork e as to make the state treasurer a down or old people. Try them. 50e which has been pointed out several
Khave tak Pen dleton of New York ad e ber of the pdoalag board at W. Rowley's. t u e by state newspapers, has bon
have take a new member and place of e atomey general. call- ed to the atteatlo e1 the legbo a
Ira tIs now Kuans. Mash & Pendl- Senator btlena ad Repreentative two by Governor. Gilebriet, ao dobt
to The old stencilUs of 0eorge Taylor have latrodueced Wtl la nthe Sce a ttention i being paid by at there will be a chaw ode la that
Mar h. Jr., or Kus Pqpd eta, will maSte hAso rsDeoUtively proeti d-least one Plorida city to the idea of Important court.


- be useaa for balance, of the seas.. tg for the repeal of Article mi8 oty overaent by eommtselon, addl.
StMe genera l taute Of Florida, r dsa- toaT ore is given to the reoommen-, Smashes All ReMsr
f It forget the annual meetasg of ta to aVAtit g eaao atM owe As an alln-round eatve topie sad
Sorida tate Hortlcual *. Beth ta reve empower- ther
1 I to Mbe holat Detotse year, asthat e Is the' lg the taae with Dr. Kims' nw. wM illsU .
Ss$ LMa U b. il ls W S.Ma agT deng p. They tone awdregalate me v
t or A tt te mMe AmbsMa t-h M_ an t tt _hera radm l ad kid ys, parity tO tbl M
lBeS weal be as w bol InFlsstom&Te rethe the aerves, em sl-
-I--M t.. a Cb fO RIA
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ra kU mn a WMhundreds of customers In Florida.
They always gow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
V' It no b &A In planting groves now, think of the
= Mtfuture. THE aUCC 8SS OF YOUR IN-
Y3KTMUMT depends on the trees you plant. MAKE NO MISTAKE, but
ledqA 'idftffnfTrees guaranteed to arrive at destlna.
hh mWeS Dtlion In good order. If they don't, we
replace them. NO WHITE FLY.


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New eatalo for the comlag season
eatalas a good list of fruit, forest,
at and ornamental trees In variety;
hrbe,. roses, palms, terns, etc. Send

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CIrrm TREES
Ths Io a wy Iportant applila
Usw ar aes a ebly food at
thin timeae thasee the si9e o4 the
faet a" dives a lare besitmg
to tor next yreas a"rop. To cannot
s tf t o eomomilse (?) oa feto Iser.
Neither aould you delay about 9ap
plyntg It Nature calls for help In
May, and this sto the time when far.
tiser will do the trees the most
Stood. Later applications prolong the
growth and therefore the maturing of
the fruit, thus making the crop late
and sapping the vltL!ity Of the tree.
We have fruit and vine formulas to
meet every condition of soil. Write
to uas about tLem and ask for our
booklet, "Good Old Summer Time in
tae Orange Groves."
Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure
Special Fruit and Vine Manure.
Peruvian Fruit and Vine Manure.
W. A T's High Grade Fruit and Vine.

Wilson & Toouer Fertilizer Company
Jacksonville, Fla.


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for San Jose Scale on peach tri
pests on orange trees, spray with "'
aggs, larvae and pupae of the whito fl
sooty mold, mixes readily in cold wi
Sn agreeable odor, is harmless to fi
the price is right. Money refunded ii
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ng Catse OF ORDMR
For any driveway or posts. Open.
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ance or stopping. Easily opened BY
! hand, on foot or horseback, and-
inever stands unfastened. Cannot
'to opened by any stock. With full
control of reins and teams, ac'*-
dents are avoided. The machip*
cry Is all above ground, and so
simple it never gets out of order.
Satisfaction or no sale. It adds
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water, does not clog the noszle, has
ace or eyes of the operator and
f results are not satisfactory.
Manufacturers,
FLORIDA.
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Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Kisses,
BUTTERCUPS, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.

ICE CREAM PARLOR. HOT and COLD DRINKS.
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, RTC. ALSO CARRY FULL LINK
0 HUYLER'S CANDIES.


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$280,000
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ts. hOever-fowi*in coineO.

Severe r irement pertainingede tthe

s at oaf (owls they wlll certs nly
become oa nhethy be negl die,ted,for the
want of attention.
to'I = man things to look after mwy
be mentioned brieare y. supply them
with every sort of foodstuff that they

would got on free range; arragen
to keep them busy. An willdeal fowl

it like the Ideal human 'being, likely
to gt into bad habits, a die, for the
ed evil. Hundreds, of fine spe.
be nare produced every year that
never saw a free range.

The writer scored a fine Single
Comnb Brown Leghorn cock in one of
Kentucky's leading shows that the
owner said never saw the -bare earth
S in his life. He was a typical specl-
men Indeed, which convinces us that
(owls of any breed or color can be
successfully grown in confinement.
She greatest objection Is that they
, cost more to produce, but possibly
they are worth inore if they have 'had
proper attention. In a majority of
instances where fowls are kept in
close confinement they receive more
attention than those kept on rango;
hence, are finer specimens in many
aspectss. If you are not situated to
grow towls on range and can grow
4. Uem in confinement do not hesitate
to do so, as you will find them very
proatable" as well as a great source
of pleasure. Study the requirements
neceasy for confined fowls and you
will have success in growing most
any standard variety.--J. C. Clipp, in
the Indiana farmer.


HARDY OHRYSANTHEMUM8.
Ohrysantham"me of the ",pompon"
type, of whiho each plant produces
trom forty to one hundred blooms,
an Inch or two across, wre many of
them sufficiently hardy to be left out
all winter in central and Southern
latitudes. The blooms often remain
in good condition until long after
Thanitkgiving.
These plants are the most capable
of resisting frost of any garden herbs.
Their peculiar merit is in blooming
long after successive frosts have de-
nuded the landscape. Their vivid
colors are so unlike anything else
at that season that they are nladia.s-
penamble in the carefully made gar-
de.s
The powers are not ruined until
their petals have been wet and fros.-
6a aMff. The plants are necessarily
.W4e for nass effects as great salso
S s not to be expected. Masses of
a d sad masses of brown side by
4 e asked a striking combination.
S rtaola and pink varieties biould
be kept by themselves because their
' e6aMl are variable and they make
40teat estrU t with the yellow.
SlTo eltt~we of hardy obryeaatheo
Is uple. They need Mttle
t *d a a be plaPted in any sit-
s s1i et sl r. te sT Y
.60 QnaS pat awt M

ll to Mam. The cututaus

V W, iO Is oOB or
mA am a-*" an
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rARM NOM.
Keep the orfat alter et e;
plow in the fall aad begilateg la
the Sprain go through it once a
week.
Have you a good-mvods drag oa
your beat? You may need it ay
time now. Just as the mad is dry.
Ing up on the urfasoe, while the
ground underneath Is yet soft, the
time to use It. You an have good
roads all summer by the proper use
of a road drag and wide waon tires.
It takes $10,000 to slook sad ea-
tablish an up-todate farm. One-
Aourth of this amount nl poultry will
beat it nla root.
The most prollsf pullets do not al-
way lay the earliest.
Both obicks amd towls should have
access to grit aed darooma
Sheep will not drink Ice cold wa.
ter unless compelled consequently
at times they do without water as
lons as possible. The water for
theo should be warmed, as it is se-
sentisl for the ewes to drink a large
proportion In order to provide milk
for the lambs. ,
A gallon of cream weighs 8 pounds.
A gallon of cream testing 20 per cent.
will contain 14 pounds of butter fat;
adding one-fifth to this gives 1.92
pounds of butter. A gallon of cream
testing 45 per cent. will contain 3.6
pounds oat butter fat, and addla one-
fifth to this makes 4.83 pounds of


butter.
Valuations of $1000 per acre for
Nova Scotia apple orchards suggest
a way to put worth Into low priced
lands In 6ther places.
Poot rot of sheep is best treated
by use of tappation of solution of
blue vitrol,
As application of 1000 pounds of
lime per aere was puctically as ef-
icient In ease of oats as an applica
tion of 2,000 poundsIn a test made
at the New Jersey station. In the
case of clover the large application
gave the better results.

RUSTY cAN8.


The Wisconein station has recently
been conducting some interesting e9-
periments In determining the num-
ber of bacteria secured from cans
that are musty and dented, "ad trom
clean, bright cans, and their results
and conclusions are given below:
1. A better grade of utensils
should be used in the bandiHng of
milk and Its products. The roe or
steel plate should be heavier and
more thickly coated with tin.
S. No milk should be accepted at
a factory which has beena kep &
Iron exposed palls or cass.
8. The factory or creamery should
be an example of neatness d leaw-
liness, with all utesils In irst-clss
condition.
4. Cooperation among the pro-'
prietoms of creameries, cheese be-
tories, and city milk supplies, will
tend to bring about oleanawsM
among patrol,. and the use of bet-
tar utensils.
5. Milk should be bought oa Its
merits, by some *atisaAMtory arrange-
ment followlag wonell oadd nal.
tary and healnic rules by wIehb the
predetioe of. Pk eat. superir
quality I eaooeraged, and almk ofe
low grae eiher rejeMteo or gradual
ly impoved.-Weekly Witness.
AMONG. 7M QUOAARDmSM
la aettetg but tr" I dwe ~at
la the rola lne te W ,
ts" ampbg a 1a Irn.ew eO Iu
4"m Wa" aaswe 0 o ,tt
the ree. !s IM la teNLd. the
tree w4 oa b a to-
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Vowswma"asa rnl% ISto a BIvl;.
'It bs better to pmtan4muawof

~WI retaais emvwote enda" up

appowedto thosw he.c.S.11m,1401
Is the Americas Cultivator.


POTATO 10AB.
Are you bothered with seaby pe
tatos? Many are, ear after year,
aod-there 4to no nd of It. Treat-
Ing te sepd by seeking two bhors
in a ol tlo made by addl one
pond 'or plat of tomMa"a to thirty
gallok of water will ilve the desfr-
ed results. The Ue of manare, wihlle
It naturally encourages the growth
and development of potato sceb,
does not, as soemea s stated, caso
a erop to be scabby. Rotation of
eMrs, not planting potatoes on sume
ground on which scabby potatoes
have been raised the previous year,
will aid materially In keeping the
crop free from disease, especially If
the seed planted is thoroughly treat.
ed by the formalin method. Careful
potato growers employ this treat-
ment yearly.-Farmers' Guide.
PRAYING BUOCaSFUTL.
All of the fruit trees on the sta-
tion grounds were sprayed with


scaledide, one part to fifteen parts
of water, in the fall of 1906. When
examined on March 29 very few ltv-
ing scales could be found. Mr. Ives
ajeo sprayed nearly all of his orchard
of several tundred trees with scale-
clL. The results were satisfactory.
At Mr. Plant's orobard about seven
hundred trees besides those record-
ed in the stables were sprayed with
secaeelde by the owners, and the
seale was kept well in oheck by the
treatment.-Prof. W. M. Britton,
American Cultivator.


PBRENNIALA FOR CUTTING.
So frequently do amateurs 16quire
for list of plants Aultable for cutting
froin In summer that the following
short list has been prepared. All are
hardy, vigorous plants and may be
easily procured from nurserymen and
pleated as soon'as the soil is In a
ft condition: Doronleum plantaglnum
and D. Clusti; aIngle sad double pyre-
thrums, garden pinks, galparlas, Core-
opsis grandlflora, HarpalIum rigidum,
phloxes, rudecklas, JI tp w po1.p
phyllus and Its white variety. Japa-
nose anemones and Oypsophila ga-
HONUST PACING.
One man pute up fruit Inla gage
and If hIs name is oa the package
it 6U sen ltor more Man any other
page that looks as well without
a name. One will say that his name
,J what seUls the gakage. That is
true; he has protected his goods so
long with that name that the patrons
know the quality they are buying
wbem they see his name. His goods
are boaest sad they are bhometly
pasked.-fPanners' Home Journal.


At lfeastProstdont* SW bIsso ye-
muoti rnisrimarthe now York.
Wqstd. 74erfsa autasAw athe,
orignl hickbIn his final eprtam-


W"o Into a 40 Son" aolN



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tbe doft? sftnowthesab .

"WeU, lseb" mald Sm "1 SIi
we in -ealde w: inde o'wPad.IV 'Os
night, "ho deoo sel's MoW SO
ly so 'Owzlated dat Ike dm'6t B?
'tuls mto doe keetem, a n Wqs
Vairt wdon AtSK 0. do wkeOM -ft
NoNW gen'rly so 'toxicated dat dO
4met pay so 'tentiou to deo oMlw


nettles For One Cent.
When Frank Rowan, of Brookly .
N Y., was arraigned before Magle
< tnte Walsh tn thi Yorkvllle Polfe
COurt, he was fined $1 on woavletto
of disorderly conduct.
"Your Honor, I'm broke," sal
Rowan.
"Can't you borrow a dollar' .
"Not unless I borrow It from yom
Honor."'
"How much have you?" inquired the
Magistrate.
"Just one cent"
"I fine you one cent, then. I feel
sure that even that will be a lesson
to you."
Rowan paid the fine and thaned4
the Magistrate.

The Scotch Juror.
A lawyer once asked a man who
had at various times eat on several
juries: "Who Influenced you most-
the lawyers, the witness or the
Judgesr' He expected to get some
useful and Interesting information
from so experienced a juryman. Tbhis
'was the man's reply:
"I tell yer, sir, 'ow I makes up my
mind. I am a plain man, and a rea-
seals' man, and I ain't Influenced by
anything the lawyers say, nor by
what the witnesses say-no, nor- by
what the Judge says. I just look at
the man In the dock, and I says, 'It he
ain't done nothJng, why Is he there
And I brings 'em all in guilty."-
Dundee Advertiser.


Dramatic Realism.
One night at a club a young man
Ifrom Boston, just entering upon the
duties of dramatic critic for a New
Yo*t daily, had invited Augustus
Thmasa's attention to the entrance
Just then of a player known for his
enactment of "villains."
"He always gives one a touch of
stark realism," observed the critle.
"You should see him do that part".-
"Yes, yee, I know," Interrupted
Tbsoma. '%Why, I p4trstaInd he play-
ed, ad part so realistally that. one
'week after the prod action 'was put
on, his wife sued W a seeparatlin
-Marper's WeeklOy
Awake When Up.
One day a eommerlal traveUer,
who rose early and worked late and
never could make money, met a very
weatby old gentleMs, going to bW*
sees at a rather late hour, and said
to hima: "Mr. ith, how is it It et
up early and work as hard as I can,
and yet I am not smees and you
drive dowM to your Oece at ten or
elve oWleek In the morning and
you ae Moling in moa ." The O
tmA anserwe ia brend IlaNaUM
at4W : 1 I tell thee i aM it Whel
1 get a. I am a. WVba th
etsapu. thoe art not uwal,-hruiu
a gi+e.


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a" a the s of the surveywr's
4 s rBS reeon susaoptilon nfrom
Ibtestnlmota ofan ey witness," In
1e aamtbe Uneoin bad mWua out
BId a l aso a lawyer at Spnged,
aat4 o l tis oeeMlon nobly did be 9rove
b6t the Mndees of the survivor was
Uot forgotten by the todent wo
read .Backstone by mmonli t.
He went to the Jail end questioned
*e young prisoner, who emeted his
Innocence and Lincoln took up the

At the triad he witness swore that
he saw the murder committed.
"Might you not be mistaken?"
asked Lincoln. "A dim light is decep-
tive and it was a dark night "
The witness hbtened to reiterate
at it was ,bright moonxlight. whereup-
on Lincoln promptly pulled troa
among as books an almsnam and mldd
ealnly:
"It Is not neceery for me to make
a plea, for no jury can place any re-
liance on a witness who will wear
- t it we a moonlltht night when
the almanac proves that it was the
dark of the moon."


Climate Changing.
It ls idle for the weather bureau
to compile records of temperature and
snowfall calculated to prove that with-
in moderate limits of variation from
year to year there Is no change In
climate. "Wverybody" knows that the
clmaste i changing. everybody re.
members when there was sleighing
on Thanksgiving day, and. of course,
that proves that there used to be two
feLtof snow on the ground from No-
vemter till March or April. We know
that doesn't happen now south of
-. 2)ne, and there jou have conclusive
evidence that the, winters are getting
milder. There is an old record in
Chester county of a winter about 1728
when there was very little snow and
scarcely any ice. But people do not
earry old records around with them:
they just remember, and they oan
remober the snow they plowed
through on their way to school much
better than they can remember the
tire ground they walked over with-
out effort. The man whose boyhood
was spent In Maine of Vermont, and
who is now living I Philadelphia or
Baltiapre, or New York, knows very
well that there is no such snow now.
days as there used to be in the
days when he lived on the farm. That
is conclusive evidence that the ell-
mate is chansing.-Philadelphia Reo'
ord /


Poor sandy!
The young Scotohman AeveG liked
his mother-in-law and this welshed
Heavily on the mind of his wife, who
was Il.
1Clling her husband to her bedside
she said to him, "Sandy, lad, I'm
Tarra ill nad I think I'm Sang to dee,
ea before I doee I want you to tie
as a pboise.m"
Tll proclse," said Sandy. "What
IS It?"
"Wool, I ken that g hen I doe Ill
have a fne funeral, ed I wast you
to ride up tn Croat ia marriage
t my my tnr.'
"Wei." Msdly respoadd sdy.
Tw ge4 y me word. an' It's as
S et's m tek a that; bet FM
S ye m 7E*. *0o spoUt the
d 1W.
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Took f the -am Mateo pmt Co.
efers me of the very best o -portu l.
ties or prefsble oavestmeat to be
fouad is jerida. Write rw partteulaau
to wea Matese rHit Oa asa MaUte



SAN MAM MAi.


Sto m "p boes. IMv
St;lS. W. ROWL .

HOUSE TO RBNT.

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t aaY tois playing a ratt"
Sr-- Mad *rtst be or

Pitcher OJoole, the New s4glaad
League recrlt, has been let out by
Claclunati.
Catcher "Nig" Clarke has banged
his stye of batting from hard swinags
to abopp l.
Topyy RartbI has never shown so
meh speed In his feGldin as he sto
showing this sprien.
Tho Memphis (Southern League)
Club ba refused a PIttsburg offer
for outfielder BBarwald.
Catcher Los Crioer is toInteellent
shape. Him rheumatic back has given
him no trouble this spring.
Shortstop George Davis has gone
on record with the prediction that the
White Box will win the pennant.
The anal word from Mike Donlin
is to the effect that he abjures base-
ball forever, and will become a real
actor.
Manager Fred Clarke,. of Pittsburg,
declares that he has the "classiest
pitching corps in the two major
leagues."
Infielder Jack Simmons has been
transferred by New York to the
Columbus Club, of the American As-
sociation.
The fact that McGraw will not sell
Seymour to St. Louis makes It look
almost certain that Cy will stay with
the Giants for a while.
Pitcher "Nap" Rucker, -of the
Brooklyns, should be about the best
southpaw in the old league this
year, his teammates say.

PROMINENT PEOPLE.

E. H. Harriman returned to New
York City from a three months' rest
In the South and West.
Stefan von Kotze, one of the lead-
ing German writers, died from apo-
plexy, aged thirty-nine years.
Representative Sereno Payne, of
New York, author of the Payne Tar-
Iff bill, is a baseball enthusiast.
Professor Goldwin Smith, now in
his eighty-sixth year, is still a e-
quent contributor to the newspapers
and magazines.
Prince Henry of Prussia delivered
a lecture in Berlin, Illustrated with
moving pictures, on his voyage in the
Zeppelin airship.
King Alfonso is seeking to bring
about the marriage of King Manuel
of Portugal, and his cousin. Princess
Maria Pilar of Bavaria.
The President's plans for the sum-
mer and early fall, including the itin-
erary for a prolonged trip, were given
out at Washington, D. C.
Among the passengers that sailed
for New York from Southampton was
Professor William Osler, regius pro-
lessor of medicine at Oxford.
Anton Hess, the sculptor, died at
Munich; ,avaria. He was seventy-
one years old and held the profes-
sorship of plastic art in the Munich
Technical High School.
Dr. Samuel Poesi, a noted French
surgeon and gynecologist, arrived in
New York to represent the French
government at the centennial of the
first operation 6f ovariotomy In this
country.
General Leonard Wood, U. 8. A.,.
and Mrs. Wood returned to Governors
Island, N. Y., from Porto Rico. Gen-
eral Wood has bten on a tour of in-.
spection, reviewing troops and in*
specting army posts. ,


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In use hr over 80 years has borme the signature at
l and bha been made under his pwe
somal supervilson since Its Inft.q,.
A4low noometodeceiveyou n this
All Counterfelts, Imitations and *aJust-a4wgood" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
nlafat4 and Children-Expeorence against Experiment.


What is CASTOR IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par
foricv Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Ploasant. II
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotl
substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Wornm
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleapo
The Children's Panacea-Tho Mother's Friend.

GENUINE CASTORIAALWAYS

Bears the Signature of







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In Use For Over 30 Years.
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B Ua MAoo 4I0 sMinCta omtI, ue t
a"e 0 Mthe estbaank ofpuWSL
l es. Tver se and feet above I.L
Laeb out as pilsn about W as


keA duer, and *Oll btI fb OW
SThe iteratus i t branch o f t ot

S n the river whamo. t.
Advantages 'and Attenastteno
an Matoo ht good sheleds roo
and miles of hard sidewalks. Bat
l owateroaks liae both sides tA
Sstreet$.bd mea t S rwan ad o i may
Two cburchives, publp sd private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express
maoey order postoffce, three malls
daily, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
pod at yrour door, weekly paer.
a d ilace is lnoosrated, baut up
town taxes have been cMleoted an
over teon yests: the may public im.
Promates ase made by the pshe and
genworety co the lptisens and pullain
arel mout 0 mills on about one-third
valuation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, ter
key, ducks and quail, black base and
other oloridas tresh water fish.
Good boarding hou e, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to ta dolo-
lrs per week; $3.00 day.
Nix thousand people went through
the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove
abre t on about
Ose of the best advanta ers Sa
Mateo enjoys Is transportation; bae a
oe both river and rail is an advantage
that few ilorlda points e joy, The
past season, for intanos, rai lroads-
and terminals at p cksonvill we o
more than congested and ralt ship.
pied from points down the central
part of th state was, ain some eases,*
three wek s getting to Jacksonville,
eS route to northern market, and
1id not bring enough to pay froight
while San Mateo saippers, at same
aie, would ship from here ole day
and have truialt so oaut of Jcksoaville
on& the lyde ship Aes net. This lit
tpe matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the Sans
Mateo growers and the homeseekers
wil do well to bear In mini trans
l portatlo and cheap rates that come
with wouldmpsitiop a selecting a laon.
The pfutlation is about o 50, who
os mostly from the northerns ltat
sa class these are men of aea as
elasso o hones than can be fosand
May place an the south of its sise.
lb. buildglls kept painted sad
gemda Ia good order.l
Healthfio aout


aO account of Its high altitude,
e s no healthier spot In Florida
3 oals te year sroud or vor the wla,
klwpo. For *onse who eomo to
on aoeount of health, many
r hi gohesr alUtiude. dry ad
l% air to better than the lower
h iAns asw fau4 Is a water-


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,ML te l _II froe
ndlway or DeBmb u Midr llne
steamer (se time tabelwmewert
is tht pteW). TIe O"%t s t. ans
~ve .t.mM arlve hbr aout t 10
p.m. so do not advle fte routa.
m B. M. U I I.; rroamd $1
from Jwvl..
lJAmkh Rainbow leaves Palath
ery aftmooma at 1. Loeoau "mm
"tb 1 ,:s o. ,*m evwr day but
L &A line from Pwmatm 8 .
Tumeye, Tthuri a sad S-t-rdr -
md tlree trans daily a. r. L C.
mIway. VS bem PalahaM. M Mets
w retf&. tt

IT MIGHONT PAY YOU
TO SHIP VOUR

Oranges,


grapefruit,


Tangerines,


Vegetables,


Etc., to


01 DEATWYLER &Col,

Philadelphia, Pa.
or stonolls, stlu psor any Infor
nation oommunateto with Orlando
Qope. Orlado. M .
FOUND.
One Of the best houms to uhadle
shipments of oranges ad vegetables
Write thUm today. 'They are
HRWITT A COMPANY,
10 Est amdea St.. talUtmore, Md


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"m spIVat .ef d yewon 5tNoM
ad/W piw s- who ap u~inmer
to Iea se alier a remarkale eet
Ofa ijow y through CMtoft a tle
o-UN t wic 1 e was ipesmitted4 tie
P eat pr ioloe of roads of dhe Summer PalaOWe a
Pkin. "The ch knpresslos I bring
hbea are the eoertesy end eoosderA-
aim Of e Chitese m ad Ie value
Of the oountry to the ,aWr. It Is
trodden ~osud, a land fn of bea-
ty. at whioa platnqr. after he has
evereome Itke asiaN diA 1ies, will
SAd mjy things to delight sad fas-
"At thi lm IM to rope a span
tr mp" &se4d.y easel. Itn several
eplaes IW used a sedan chair or a
friehaw. At Hanbhow I painted
fro a houseboat and elsewhere I
bd 4 lauoLh. I was always aCsome
panled ,y an interpreter and several
coolles, who could be relied upon to
keep the crowd in order, and I only
Once had to deal with a man myself,
Twheo I threw a young I&ma, or Stu.
dent priest, out of the laa Tern.
pie In Pekin. That did not happen
unsil I was sure of my ground. The
old priests told me to give the young
priests a good thrashing if they in-
terfered with me.
"My permission to enter the Sum-
mer Palace was only granted after
long negotiations conducted by the
British Minister, but once inside my
stay of a few days lengthened into
two weeks. They treated me most
liberally, giving me comfortable
quarters and a special cook, but I
was under strict surveillance the
whole of the time."-London Daily
Mail.


Lesson In Good Manners.
A wall-known lawyer is telling a
Wood story about himself and his ef-
forts to correct the manners of blh
odce boy. One morning not long
ago the young autocrat blew Into the
oflce and tossing Is cap at a hook,
exclaimed:
"Bay Mr. Blank there's a ball game
dovw at the park today, and I'm go-
ing."
Now, the attorney is not a hard-
hearted man and was willing the boy
should go, but thought he would teach
hab a little lesson In good manners.
"Jimmie," he said, "that Isn't the
way to ask a favor. Now, you
come over here and sit down and I'll
bhow you how to do it.".
ihe boy took the oafce chair and
his employer picked up his cap and
stepped outside. He tmen opened the
door softly, and, holding his cap In.
his hand, said quietly to the mail
bwy 1s the big chair.
qPlsae, sir, there Is a ball game at
the Oark today; if you can s)are me
I would like to get away for the
In a lash the boy responded.
"Why, certainly, Jimmie; and here
is 50 cents to pay yoar way in."
-4Ohort Stories.
Oeolety Nicknames in England.
It is diSoult to 0a gte that digna-
eod individual the Rev. Lord Wi.-
liam Cecil, who objected recently to
mion polic restrailng the ex.
*elmat spirits of iWa 6rn youths
at Oxford b g referred to as "Fsh."
or Lod Alaston, bhis Majesty's host
the other day at Creb, eing aed
0Oer niok Rem are "Tatters,"
oew" by the Dauhess ot New tle,
em *0mboq,* ob servesW for both
Iady gAteebury and Idy Uman,
while L"d Hiesege 2 "amike," Lord
ea l" as a" Led Wbtdlesate
"Ti" W e D a e of Marlboroh *he

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I ovd
boseve' 's Coestr ,0 i
In a reenMt adrams atA.ke
course at the Unl v e <
sin. A nader oral e d l ti
needed trough the neOn, the
gad the school, and a more
*e social life in the utry
The oomtry choo-l,-he pototed
was condemn d to eveTyW Ste
taos who furnished u l afetosm f.t
the IRvestigati of t Co at
m0ss-on. agreed t
teaching force I inadequate saG por.
ly trained and that the hmradt o
the instruction leads the pupils
city life and fails to interest thi
I'n rural life.-Weekly Witness.
*


Risky.
"One of the funniest Incidents In
court I have ever witnessed," says
a Kansas City lawyer, "occurfretd
a petty court of our city.
"An old offender had been haled
before the Maglstrate. After a con-
ference with the clerk of the court.
his Honor began. sternly to address
the culprit as follows:
"I gather that you have already
been sentenced ten times for violent
assault, disorderly conduct, attempt-
ed'-
"Whereupon, to the amazement of
all in court the prisoner hastily inter-
posed with:
"'I beg .your Honor's pardon, but
would you mind not speaking so loud?
My Intended mother-in-law is In court,
and it might damage my prospects.'
-Harper's Weekly.
Photograph of the Hand.
A novel method of Identifying ertI
nlats with absolute eartalaty has beea
detised by Prof. Tamassia. Wh0e
comparing the velns on the back of
both bands a striking diversity will
be observed. Far more Important,
however, are the differences noted tn
, the hands of different persons. In
order to cause the veins to stand out
more distinctly the wrist ebould be
bandaged for a short time. Their
courses can then 'be photographed,
Owing to the asi of the hand It is
far easier to discover slight divers.
ties than in minute prints of Sager
tips. Nor can any voluntary alter
Stone of the vein tissues be fared, un-
less the hand should be seriously It-
jured.-Vrom the "lsentflo AWmeriaO.
The Riokshaw In Japan.
In 1871 the introduction of the Jin-
riisba (man power heart now agnll-
eised over the uast as rtikshah cam
at a itical tne for the Ia se
ordes of hearers and porters wo
had been emplyed on the great mah
roads. Those men ad supplied the
denapde of the processions of the
territorial and smaller Daisy on their
Journeys to and from Yedo and whes
the Shogun proceeded to do hosage
to the socluded Bmperor In Kioto,
These had been out of work siane
18M, and amuh distress was exprt.
enoed.-frpa the Journal of the Amr
loan Asiatle Assoiation.
A Clevelsad wma ome uer marry
the wrong gir) o account of a w*.
Is l UN44, .114M od IA I 6
ta Mnare fertua e UM P m m
w e .lave so wo of w esmu of 1f4 t
m1take until too late, aewg the Ne
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The by was crowded with a yell-
S1, cheering. exolted crowd and the
S yl Vibrated 'With the shut-in pulsations
oe a dnru corpe trying to snow ap-
J PV0*ation and earn their wage. One
#01all team had beaten another. A
8*9 sfferlg qrieu4d had paid his
S 6od money and had patiently tried to
O"pliai to me the tntrlcaoles of the
game, and I had been three hours out
Isa the biting cold and. witnessed the
contest. The crowd about Ine was
mad, but I kept my temper. I would-
n't even have struck the umpire. To
be sure, 1 was a little disappointed
that they didn't kill anyone--t least,
none "died on the place."
Sfled early from the lobby and in-
to the cafe, so as to be ahead of the
crowd, and I was, Just a lap. They
were all at the bar filling their sys-
tems with strange -booze samples, and
hurling their money at the bartend-
era.


Leaving the shouted inquiries of
"Who's All Right.?" that pervaded the
front of the bar, some eight of the
young fellows came over and surround.
ed a table near one. Several of them
affected ,those econdnmical postage
stamp caps that do stiek to the back
of their heads, though you can't ever
understand how. Down at the end was
a Jonathan with large feet and ears,
wearing back of bis large label a re-
tiring forehead and an expression of
anxiety. Looking through him I could
see an old couple back on tob farm
with anxiety that matched his as thel
wondered at the increasing cost of
text books. He was game. however,
and resolutely again and again swal.
lowing the beer and high balls that
were working so rebelliously in and
against him, be Inserted a large, dan-
gerous looking cigar In his face, and
looked about courting approval.
Next him was the cherished son of
wealthy and about-to-be disappointed
parents, whose aim In life was to
lbow his worth by demonstrating his
ability to scatter his dad's surplus.
Never having had occasion to earn a
dollar, he bad no idea there could be
trouble In annexing it. He is now
studying division and subtraction in
his mathematics. Later on you opine
he 'will have trouble with his addition
and multiplication. Two others are
mostly out of sight behind the badge
and emblems they wear, and might
as well be passed anyway, as the fel-
low who has to fasten labels to him-
self to remember who he Is for, Is
only good as a placard, anyway. If
it's aU outside, there's no use and no
probabMlity of anything inside.
SPrequent yells, and 'rab," 'rsha."
eame over from the crowd In the beer
sad In front of the bar. They are
so full of the .barkeeper's foam and of
their own fun and their own super-
Suous life, that they have taken pos.
session In full. It's their night, and
their eleven have vindicated them. It's
the old thing over again, eleven do
the work and eleven hundred do the
yeollng.
I can't help but think Of the other
even, though I kubw I ought not.
No. one wastes. thought on the van-
qulged,' but I can not help but think
f MM poor fellows they carried off
the Ueld; partioularl of the poor chap
ml em eye Jkicked black and the
,ew all bloody, and who fought to
.l sy 4i n st sherhaegs e w"
4I ba mes, d hise
B be aomeasge. H'wie



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ow bo. W e dbo m a, ,w
no th-ar iru bSw MA e -- as
I emereey matter, "Ml hm."
History repets it"0e. I epie 1m t
In m*e old times, ater the msa"
the old Roman "Ohbarle BoS* Wamd
to gather at the thirst 4spedarr bd
throw their surplus at the polite It.
tenants and 'rmb. 'ria and ask,
"What's the matter with Claudluse
and answer their own question then
Just as they do now.-W. D. Gates ln
The Clay Worker.'

WHERE TO BUILD.


Rocky Site No Longer Advised-
Gravel the Ideal ell.
Strange as It may seem, after 2,000
years of talk and song about the ad.
vantages of founding one's house upon
a rock, one of the very things that
modern builders tell us to avoid In s*-
lecting a site is rock. That Is prin-
cipally because of the great cost of ex-
cavating a cellar In rocky soil.
Another objection to rocky soil Is
that water will not soak through roek


and so runs down it Some of this
*water would be almost certain to seep
through the cellar walls, making the
cellar damp, or It might undermine the
foundations.
Again rock often contains springs.
If a spring Were opened during blast-
Ing it would mean either that the wa-
ter would have to flow through the
cellar or be deflected---a costly opera-
tion. A house builtt upon a rock also
vibrates during thunder storms.
('lay is perhaps more to be avoid.
ed than rock. says the Circle. Clay col.
lects water and spreads under pres-
sure. It expands In wet or frosty
weather and contracts in summer.
?rozen clay clings to brick or stone
and often causes dislocation of cellar
wadls and piers.
Also it is Impervious to water. Thus
an underground layer of clay will pre-
vent the proper drainage of rain wa-
ter and it is extremely costly to ex-
cavate. Undesirable for building pur-
poses also are made land, sand and
slit. Made land is not always stable.
Gravel is the ideal soil for build-
ing purposes. It is porous and drains
perfectly. At the same time it is suf-
ficiently stable to support foundations.
A gravelly elevatlUo is the ideal build-
Ing site.
Depressions or levels between rocks
are likely to retain water, even though
the depression is slight and the eleva-
tions distant. The ground water thus
retained stands at a level. Small
gravelly elevations ftotenm Islands, as It
were, in a subterranean lake, and up-


on them houses may be built with per-
fect safety. The cellar floor will be
above the ground water level and no
rain water will drain into the cellar.

HOW AUTHORS WROTIL
i i
Pope Thought Best When In Bed-
Victor Huge Wrote Standing.
Alexander Pope, who was the lit-
erary pontiff of his time, thought
best when it bed. Whenever a
thought came to him 'he ,would jot It
down on a scrap of paper. His ser.
vant often found bedclothes and floor
covered with white bits containing
aphorisms which have now become
hackneyed quotations.
Victor Hugo wrote "Los Miser-
ables" standing up, an attitude which
Hawthorne also assumed when he
wrote many of his romances.
One leg thrown over the arm of
a chair or sitting on the aman of his
secretary's chair were Napoleon's fa-
vorite portions while dictating to
Bourrlena, a bositelo which he vr-*
ed now ad them tby patting that
-b- A oL bead or pUlliar his

or Walter eott oould while seae
lag on a lounge dictate to two m-a
0e1s01 who mepstsUy ht to step
wip aq t(amar the dlsated 9p
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BUCKWHEAT 0IT ASSAILiD.

A Reformer Who Would Replace It
With Beechnuts and- Apples.


There are buckwheat eaters who
set their sponge to rise Thanksgiv-
ing Day or sooner and nev6r seq the
bottom of that buckwheat batter jar
agaln tlH the first of May. Buck-
wheat oake, pork eaumage, fried po-
tatoes, coffee eveny morning for the
next four months!
Is it any wonder after tree or


four nmouths of seeh a diet, at the
same time living in eloae, superheat
ed homes, filthy with breathed air,
that the bodily resistance* Is broken
dow sand that the tall of the win-
ter brings its usual crop of pneu-
monia cases with Its harvests of
death?
Meantime, there are n few of ia
who are wise to this little gape,
and so we are Just lying low, liv-
ing on beechnuts and apples, taking
the best care of the body we know
how, doing our work seasly sad
sweetly, paetng no deter Mills, Ub
porting so drug hope, gmin tsa
pill faotSries We have o cap3
tery lots aOgap~ and so dates with
the uadertaker-.rMa ats Oep I
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*wbilE t'ubs anthe ets' eaksMM wtt
IwaK. "dsue Sac ?aldg
,41 In 'all thIagi, er* bot aw%06.
atlIn the Position they' took while
thinking. Thorwere wont., so Wtr.
Traubet sams to climb upon a oile,
of lumber sad lHe downupon UII
backs. RM that V a&*' on"bcat e
what thotbeM~fstbepttbolots Weme
--Boston Globe.,

WORK FOR THE MAGt4UT.

Hew Its Lit~ag Pew* Have been'


Filtered Water Kills Gold Fish.
"T e' goldfish business s being
in thi section," said "a Tloga pot
dealer the'other day. "Sales have.
doubled in the last month. When the
rush first started I wondered what the
reoan was, so I asked some purchase.
era. All of them said that their fsh
hag mysteriously died. I couldn't
figure 'Out how it was that so many
fish died all over the same neighbor.
hood at the same time.
"Finally I hit upon an.-explanatioas
whkh I have since verified. It Is this:
oldfish cannot live in the now Itered
-,ter aa-well as in the raw river wa-
ter. Mien the pure water was turn.
ed on the fish simply starved to
death. The life was not in the water.
Fish food purchased in stores is gena
rally given irregularly, and thus the
great number of deaths In filtered
water -neighborhoods."-Philadelphias


Antipodean Ambitions.
Shr Joaph Ward sounded one note
which will touoh A sympathetic chord
throughout the cowrno nity. He seea
the necessity of concentrating more
energy in the future on admiaistra-
ties and less on legislation. A reel
In legislation is required In order that
the Government '"may Aevote Its eon
* ets In the directions Melpi the
etbility, employment, and develop*
meat of our producing power sad ain
duebrial omoeras. The Int-aMen o
well e better than the ho;' buat
* m"t ft m the fewmest of laan n
Ing *1 be welcomed by every see
tion of the -community.-4rom the
Now Zealand Times on a Speech 'by
the Prime Mlstw.er.
A Waeheout.
A young mnglishman, after he bad
been Ia Devil's Valley for a couple
of months, began to grow thin. Wyo.
ag cookfsag did not appeal to Wlm.
e tld" his squMeaih appMtte thur
a another thin that the satve
held against him---his osntitish ep
tM of taking a ath every Nrn) ,
OQ day his iadlear w3a 1dsl
hkl witb a
I1 tell ye iat, Sal,"a sid tl i
tw, 'We's SeMs ftwamal' away stgri
H' W.M@se gal Saek east thar.'
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wdow, of Henry lapses
te twerlve OM"S 'A,
taidi Mh nalshIsteds st de
Rsoo cowie @of duM u N t
reded with Mrs. Usels ,
out 7* years of gea Whta
tin tadla fi alshed whi atsdits
4etuerated to .ssampoy him
to 1d11. sad left thil

tMoo ete ime the taigo s
a posdUiotas WKbl as wetary

UssoW followed bto m, bsu fmg
feri dlt le toumytes Lt adb wt
Kabul by horse and palanqvuin
though about 80 years of age.
Arrtvlan at Kabul she was obf 4-
to cve in the retlmet tbeervi t
MI teoamedan women, sad l w s-
9ioag Indian Bo more, though she
was allowed to talk with him a w





she ad passed away.-London Dally
OIL
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The magnet that boys of yesterday"
seod for a toy today as men the
are employing as a useful Instrumeat
Is their womks"hop. Wlthlsnt he last
few year M rtleularly, as W. rank
Moclure points out, It is belong adapt-
ed to handle many sahpes of metal,
all forms of Iron and tel, from Iron
dust to crape, o femall Junk to
weights of 20,000 pounds. In (act,
the world's laradst agnnet will lift
as mush as 50,000 pounds.
The magnet is employed to break
up Imperfect castings, to hold sheets
of metal in portion while they are
being riveted In the building of
ships, to lift a "sow and pigs" at the
furnaces, also as a gigantic broom
to sweep both the large and small
pieces of Iron, and in numerous oth-
er ways.
Half a dozen kegs of natls may be
qeen travelling through the air, held
uy magnetic lines of force, despite
the wooden covering of the kegs.
Even two or three men are some-
times lifted from the ground, their
feet resting on a metal sheet which
is firmly held by the magnet.
The fiat style of magnet Is avail-
able for picking up metal sheets,
from two to six at a time, one un-
der the oter, the number depend-
ing upon their thickness. These may
be dropped by the magnet one at
a time at the desire of the operator
provided, he is clever In adjusting the
switch at precisely the right Inter,
vals.-Chicago Tribune.


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'The ollowiag errenpesm eaoe Is
S haded out by the Lamber Trade
S Jemnal a ltqrary r uioesity and
weth prervNNg.W It is Inslmaated
thO the alleged advetlaer Is an Ark.
mass lumber company, and here is
their reply to an, appllatUoa I an-
swd' to &a advertisement for a stenog-
srapher.
S Def Sir: We have your favor,
With recommendation, and In reply
would say we beg to Inquire if you
are a Remington operator? Please
state what speed you have attained Ina
ilctation, also in transcriblng.
la regard to salary will state, we
have always paid $50 to $60. per
Month according to ability, but this
is a fair salary compared with the
very reasonable living expenses at
this place. A single man can live
on $15; a married man, without or
with a small family, could live on
$40.
You will readily see therefore, that
this Is a very desirable place for a
man who is anxious to save money.
At foot we give you a memo. of
duties we would expect our stenog-
rapher to peronrm, and trust you
will kindly write 4a at once, giving
your age and the above information,
..-w when we will be pleased to further
consider your application with others
now before us.
Yours truly,

Memo. of duties to be performed
by stenographer.
Dietating and transcribing.
Filing and indexing correspondence.
,-. OperatUing and osolllatins mioaeo.
/ graph occasionally.
Hitching pony Cto cart and driOitg
to town twice dally with mall,
Sweepiar and dusting office every
morning.


And now comes the applicant's re-
sponse:
Gentlemen: Yours of the 8th to
hand. In answer to your questions
will state I am a first class Remlr s,
tea and Smith Premier operator
With a speed of 100 words." 8teaor
Taphic speed 100 to 170 words per
minute. Not having given you full
ftermatlon as to my capabilities to
my letter of a.plHcation, I beg to put
them before you now:
I am 42 years oJd. Have had 23
years of active business experience
being connected with the BrItish em-
* bassy at Madagascar, and feel eon-
fident that If tou give me a trial I
ean prove my worth to you. 1 am not
only an expert biographer, linguist,
expert telegraphist and erudite col-
lese graduate, but have several other
ascompliphments which may make
me desirable.
The light duties which you enu-
merate is the capacity of stenographer
and Indexing clerk, mimeograph oper-
ator, stable boy and ofce porter
would not. I am afraid, keep me busy
and would not be beugh to keep me
fram getting hoe-deld. I am an ex-
pert snow-ehoeler, a arit clase pea-
nut roaster and have some knowledge
ot NSmovlag sp er"ous bar and have
a medal tOr reottia "Curfew shall
"got in tomlt." Am a akillful
Ob- leodist sad a prottlUI trer;
eta epo, take. re es h( ores, rese
tMaenrg, osystes repair umbrel-
las, eae chake and ms ae the
^&a-e *heA oa Ioads*
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though I nad seen this. I said. 'Non-
The Only Drawback. sense.' He shook his head and walked
"Let him enter." bed and died July 5. My father dur.
It was, indeed, n anxious moment a h f h t t
It ing the few days he was in bed-we
for the faculty of Brightize College. were ha)ymaking at the time-asked
For months they had been searching each morning, 'Whth fiel are you
in vain for a man to take the posi- in now?' When we came to a certain
tion of president. Applicant after ap- fell called 'Cadley.' he said, with a
plicant had ,been turned away, until sigh of great satisfaction, Ah, I shall
in despair they were almost on the die now.'"
eve of giving the position to the janil- He died the same morning near
tor, who had been with the college T. P.'s Weekly.
for some years and knew all its ways,.
when they were agreeably surprise Odd Distinction of Village.
to receive a favorable preliminary re- The -little village of Buokland-in-the.
port on the young man who now en- Moor has many claims of distinction.
tered. It has a population of less thn 100
"Gentlemen," he said, "I shall not an entirely belions to the Rev. W.
take up your time. I understand that a. Butaird who lives In Buokland
you are looking for a desarable prest- court and who has just celebrated his
dent. I think I can fill the bill. I golden wedding by entertaining his
don't know much about the classics. ents. Time was whentertaining his
and have no education, but"-- house" was looked upon as comprising
"Can you write on the typewriter?" halft the population. Buckland is also
asked the chairman. unique insamuch as it has no public
"Like a bird. One hundred words house, no policeman, no physician, no
a minute." I clergyman and no pauper. It is in
of 6 M


Oan you get money out of01 people
"No one can beat me at that game.
I could get a sight draft out of an
Egyptian mummy if I coul4 be alone
with bim for *n hour. I have no
pride. Just as soo0 be kicked down-
stairs by any magnate as not. Noth-
ing suits ,me better than begging for
endowments from door to door."
"How about your advertising abill-
ty?"
"I'm all right. I can make after-
dinner speeches, in which I can say
the most beautiful truths, and get
them copied all over the country. Oh,
I know how to keep my name before
the country, all right."
"Please with raw."
When they (were alone the chair-
man turned to the rest of the faculty.
"Oentelmen." he said solemnly,
"there's only one trouble about that
man. I'm afraid he's too good for
the place."-Phlladelphia Ledger.


ENGLAND'S UNEMPLOYED.

Business Depression' Not the Only
Cause of Failure to Get Work.
The.condition of the unemployed is
one of the big questions of the day
In the United Kingdom. In Udlaburgah
he vice-ohalnpan of the distress com-
littee in an addra delivered a short
tmea go gives his views on the
onases and possible remedies for the

ravated by the recent trade depress.
slM but was not caused by IL He
asd that there was a eloss of meo
ho est -eold be desorbed as -j


the AabNWtoo Ohurch living, and all
old people there are 'pensioned by the
estate owner.-London Standard.

Mastery.
Year after year an old farmer had
listened insgrim silence to the trains
thundering 'by -his land. Finally, one
day, his patience at an end, he drop.
ped his plough and shook his fist at
the passing express.
"Ye can puff and blow all ye like.
gol durn ye," he cried, "but I'm go.
Ing to ride ye Saturday! "-Every.
body's Magtazine.

Dickens Worship.
\ I doubt If Dickens ever really en-
joyed more than half-hearted homage
of his great contemporaries,. worship-
ed though he came to 'be a mighty
anny of readers. The past decade
has seen a change here. Mr. Swln-
burne. Mr. Henley and a number of
younger men have joined i4 a ohorus
of enthusiastic recognition.-4phere.

Tom Knew.
Jimmie-How can you tell when
the right young man Is going to call
o9 your sister?
Tomaleo-'Cause that night is the
only one she's careful to put only
safety pins In her belt!-Yonkers
tattsmaG .


If meach individual In New York
City owned an equal portion of Its
rel estate he would be worth i
land $1,650, according to the assessed
valumtio. -*


OALWOU A CALHOUNo


Aftsmey. at Law#


National Bank uilldlng, Palatka, Fla.

JOHN L MARSHALL,


_f ^mm~gB **t heat M
ages wee's^^ yea' on t

io arsa m that oetatme
of wr sta e btoy OMyat would. Mr
wiM-NA be-geaM tmve and lurkb
e thy fe would be useful Bs a
Swiper and feather duster. I
0a after oBoe hours take care or
the children and prepare them for
.Wd. sad having the use of- the pony
9t cold aset as public dog catcher
on my way to and from the post of-

As to salary. I feel that I would
be robbing the widows and orphans if
I would take advantage of your muni-
Aoent offer by accepting the fabtilous
sum of $50 per month when my ex-
peases as a married man wouhl be
but $46. and would bt willing, there-

fore, to give my services for $45,
thereby giving you an opportunity of
not o0ly Increasing your donation to
the church. but also enable you to en.
dow a bed In the dog's home.
Really, gentlemen, your unheard-of.
bounties border on the supernatural
and to the unsophisticated must ap-
pear like reckless extravagance.
By the way. I might ask If it would
,be objectionable if I should practice
my cornet in the office during my
leisure moments.
Hoping this will appeal to you, and
that you will further consider my
application, I am,
Yours truly,
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a"st, ooe se, the ttmmp the *
8hs r s the mam wb w
et take weork.
"Te met fertile some of breeo
la tMse elasee," the speaker Cd*
tinued. "Is an tldisormuinate and ill
admlantered charity."
Among other case of the growth
of these classes be mentioned exceeo
live dritnttg, a "faulty- educational
system, which too often develops In-
tellect without any training of obhar.
oater, forgetful that Intellect may lan-
crease a man's capacity for evil as
well as his capacity for good." and
finally a "growing habit of indolence
and self-Indulgence, which are sap-
ping some of the beet root qualitlep
o. the national character and are
causing a consequent 'weakening of
moral force and will power."

A 8ign of Death.
There may have -been many "signs"
of death-so some people believe--
but one described here is probably
new to many. Mr. W. D. Cooper of
Oheltenham tells of 'his father being
ill but not confined to bed. and one
sunny day in June when he walked
across the garden another man, the
facsimile of his father, met him and
"apparently passed into him."
"Shortly after my family came to
me and said: 'Did you see me go across
the garden?' I said 'Yes.' 'Well,' he
said, 'I shan't be here long; our family
see themselves before they die.' Al-
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DENTIST.


Office Over the Kennerly.

HENRY 8TRUNZ,

Attorney At Law,

Front Street, PALATKA, FLA.

National Bank Building.

DR. H. R. ESTES,

DENTIST.

PALATKA, FLORIDA.

Moragne Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

E. E. HASKELL,

Attorney At Law,

PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H. CYRUS,

Physician and Surgeon,

PALATKA, FLA.

MERRYDAY A WALTON, ..

COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,


PALATKA, FLA.


Front 8t.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


M. I. COXE,


Attorney At Law,


Office In Court House, Palatka, Fla.


J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
O*oe Front Street, Opposite Putaam
House.


PALATKA 0A 0 a


FLORIDA


WOOL, HIDES,
ALSO FUR, TALLOW, BEES WAX,
SHIP THE ABOVE TO

M. Sabel & Sons,
l,:stablixh in
1856. IA.)l'ISVI KI.I. KY.
"Over half a C'enitury in l misiNvil,."
WE ARIE l)EAl.ltH .IN AIOV*:. not
commnli.ilon nmerchlants. tRefurlce;
Any bank In IouLnsville.
Write for Weekly price liht.
W'rlil. for wool I gs und HIIIp uts
your wool.


MISS KATE L. LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,


,MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,
Notions', ladies'., missed' and dren's summi-r underwear.
ladies' Milk gloves.
Laces, embroidery, collars, belts and
the latest styles hi spring hats and
bonnets.
Maperienced trimmer and deaignor
employed. Prices right. iatlsfaction
guaranteed.

Ddseas are net half a degerou
as everlastg l hbesetites.


C~c~s


Attorney At Law,


Pront Stret, Palatka, Fla. Orange
rovse for sale.

DR. W. H. ROSENBERG,


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'WI W eov to tho praMSo of the MMs"d Iil5 T
e M to raet, w M onthe St ar d to ithe W4k do
Weab theIgaantthe Rubad t"s AM
Sthe PMor, who form the hub of the philmatpleW t
*Noody a**o"S to oot Ianother on th level. "WIT[
eiter looking up oer looWg down, and they are t
to do It. I remember attmdlag the UN me eting t tl of
So oety for theo meb t of ladigent UbMarim. The o diM
*on o Arst fed and the o Inslted by a ploetholme eotlem, who ad
t t a tH long discourse on tldi eme and the varous edtes that It
Mi dli 1,And so one of the cbildies was aowed to 'thl thIaP g t the
S*uker. They had all beeoon taught to look graetfuL
SNOWthese lIequalitle do exist, and so long as they exist all sorts of bol.
If l 4ee Ihave ploce. The trouble is that gcod people are all the time doblg
t hi best to make the inequalities permaibet. You have heard how divi
b eInxterprotod the tet, "The poor ye have always with you." The Sod
old dotrine has been that the relation between those who here not anAthoe
,wo have !huld be that of o elded depeon4oace. The Ignorant must deo
pead upon tie Wlse, the Weak upon the Stronm, the Poor upon the Rich. As
for the black, yellow, sad various particolored racees, they must depend upon
the White Man, who gally, walks of with tOeir burdens without so much as
saying, "By your leave."
Now It Is against this whole theory, however beautifully or piously oxz-
pressed, that the protest has come. The Spirit of DeOhrasy is a bold loone.
lset, and goes about smashing Idols. He laughs at the pretension of the
8t 0g and the Wise and the Rich to have created the things they possess.
They are not the masters of the feast. They are only those of us who have
got at the head of the line, sometimes by w*sppoerly pushlag, and have -.
oured a place at the first table. We are not here by their leave, and we may
go directly to the source of supplies. They are not benefattors but beine.
clarles. The Spirit of Democracy Insists that they shall know their place.
Ife rebukes even the Captains of Industry, and, when they answer Inasolently,
he suggests that they be reduced to the ranks. Even toward bishops and
other clergy his manner lacks that perfect reverence that belonged to am
earlier time; yet he listens to them respectfully when they talk sense.
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Popular SuperstitionA ttache to It.
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HE society of Newport is so more exclusive than any other
society. It isn't a club that meets to elect or blackball It
is a number of more or less agreeable people who are quite
ready to be friendly with any number of other more or lees
agreeable people, onooe they have found them out, and liked
them. And their judgment of others Is broad, on the whole,
rather than narrow.
To be clean too neatly'dressed, to be polite and agree.
able, sad reasouqely honet, and reasonably likable, are the
kindly and simple qualities that admit to tbhi exclusive soolety. But one
would not, naturally, mmed with o-My esea qualitIe, land upon the loag
whau sad be Immediately Invited to dine on Beelvue Avenue; any more
than would King adward, traveling Inoogtito aad laUnAg at the railroad
station of Oahkoshb, be Invited to dine by the humblet itisoe (so esolasive
to Oshkosh), unless the bumbleet oltien happened to t a buneooteeror with
an eye to Ranland's watah and chain or ladia'se sart-pin.--verybodya,



Teaching

But Not. Educating

3y President Ueedroeew M, o/ Pt,"fte s

U children of the last two or threo doadea have apt bee
ed.a ted. Th pWpils of our e leges of tibe* 1t few decade
h oe sot bee eduatd. With all our edatln we have Ia
I troutbd notbey. and with all our tnastrsetl weo tve dd-
oeW. aNdoe. I have beom teahot sw *~ f srs- M
that io I have "bees i lA mcom e1 t 1 hI
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