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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 8, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Vol. "18. No. 29. SAN MATEO, FLA., MAY 8, 1909. Psbliuhi lILd, $1.0 a erw.


Local Weather Report.

TEMPERATURE:
80,-Min... 60. Max...

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They say Jim Gray makes a pretty
rodd nurse.

Mr. L. B. Bailey visited Jackson-
ville on Wednesday.

| The County tax books close this
week. If you have'nt paid your taxes
better get busy and do it now.

A. Bailey has gone down to Stuart
on a visit to his daughter. He will
later go to Vermont for the summer.

More vegetables are being shipped
this year from San Mateo than ever
before. Beans and potatoes the
principal crops.

Dr. Warren, of Palatka, has a new
% h. p. Ford automobile. They say
thjQr. still says Whoal when he
wants the blooming thing to stop.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stewart, of
Jacksonville, are receiving the con-
gratulations of their friends this
week over the arrival at their home
of twin girls.

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bailey and
daughter went down to Jacksonville
wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bailey
goes to consult Dr. Boyd regarding
some trouble coming from her.recent
operation for appendicitis.

It has been decided to hold a Be-
Union of the Old Students of Horner
School. Every old boy is requested
to send promptly to the Secretary
his address, and the a dress of all
others known to him. The re-union
beginsthe last week in May. F. M.
PFaini, Bee., Oxford, N. C.

f J. Barrenburg a well known
eoilnmiselon man of New York olty
who has for some years been invest-
ed In potato growing at Hastiunp
S has this week purchased 500 acres of
.* ta meet p-e6Sto 4a lfI *iseouity
9 1J. H. Mllisen. These loaded lie
S abet miles north of ea Mateo
*pd aroUmd the Orap MUls* *gt&. |


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IHws of the Week
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lorida Lands Booming.
Land syndicates all over the coun,
try are buying up large tracts of land
in Flecrda for colonisation purposes.
Thousands upon thousands of north-
ern men will move to Florida during
the coming year. They are coming
by the car-load even now. A Peoria,
Ill., company has just purchased
80,000 acres in Columbia and Hamil-
ton Counties, making a total of 400,-
000 acres it now owns, extending
from Arcadia northward.
Another company has purchased
86,000 acres near Kissimmee and is
now establishing a U. A. R. colony.
Another large sale of land was just
made to the publishers of "Appeal to
Reason." Their tract lies between
New Smyrna and the St. Johns
River.
Just south of San Mateo about 12
miles the St. Johns Park Colony Is
now busy building and clearing land.
Some 80,000 acres have already been
sold in small farms in this tract by
the Dean Realty Co., of Waycross,
Ga. They have sold all their hold-
ings at this point and are now work-
-Ing on a 66,000-acre tract just outside
of Jacksonville, and have already
sold some hundreds of thousands of
dollars worth of their farm lands ow
this tract. When this company first
opened their Jacksonville tract they
advertised in 86 of the leading Sun-
day papers, using page ads. In two
days after the ads. appeared the
company sold $70,000 worth of their
lands, the purchasers coming from
all over the United States, and some
from other countries. There is no
question but Florida is fast coming
to the front and wiph the good roads
agitation extending all over the
State, In a few years we will see a
wonderful change in Florida.
We are hearing so many comments
upon the citrus book, "Good Old
Summer Time in the Orange
Groves," recently Issued by Wilson
& Toomer Fertiliser Co., of Jackson-
ville Fla., and sent throughout the
citrus sections, that we feel this firm
is doing a good and much needed
work. The state is full of new-
comers who can ill afford to pay
dearly for experience and it is Im-
poilble to buy thoroughly practical
books on Florida products; but Wil-
son & Toomer Fertiliser Co., furnish
all such information free. Their
I publications cover the production
of almost every fruit and vegetable
raised to any extent in the state and
should be In the bands of every
grower or prospective grower.
Write them for copy.


AM U.


So successful have been the farm-
ers.at Hastings and other potato
growing sections In St. Johns county
this year that the returns have sur-
passed all past records and In some
instances are almost Incredible. Mr.
W. C. Middleton cleared from two
acres at Colee $660 net. To plant
and harvest the crop he spent $160
and hie received for the same $7(00),
leaving him a clear profit of $275 per
acre. The corn crop to come will
still further swell the profits from
this two acres. The potatoes raised
in this field were of the fl:st quality
and brought the highest market
price.- Record, St. Augustine.

A big union Sunday School picnic,
Palabka and Gainesville combining,
was pulled off at Interlachen yester-
(lay. Nine cars carrying about 600
people attended from Palatka, and
about 800 people from (Gainesville.
Interlachen covers quite a territory
and at one time in its history was
crowded. The merchants there came
to life and the L. V. I. A., in the sale
of ice cream. cake, etc. added quite
a bit to their treasury. The day was
pleasant and enjoyed by all. Two
automobiles from Palatka made the
trip in fast time.


Cypress Shingles for

Weather Boarding


Every House in Iorida
should be weather boarded
with "Tilghman's" 6x2o Cy-
press Shingles. Needs no
Paint. Not Expensive. Al-
ways Looks Well. For par-
ticulars, write to

N. J. TILGHMAN & SONS

Box L, Palatka, Fla.


Walthm Watches

or Elgin
at Prices never before heard of. Ful.
l Warranted. Genuine Elgin or
altham Watches, solid nickel, dust
proof case, stem wind, stem set, open
ace, sent by mail, post paid, for


Money returned If not as represent-
ed. Supply limited at this price.
END 0o Dm3 TO

OHA8. E. IOWTONl
PalatI a, lorlda
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NOTICE O AAPPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that J. R.
Halsey, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 777, dated lest day of July, A.
D., 189, has filed said certificate
in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam County.
Florida, to-wit:
E, of nw% of se1% of aW4, Section
28, townshipp 11, H. Range 26 E.-
6 acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of isunanice of such certif-
icate in the name of John Harnett.
Unlhes said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 15th day of
May. A. 1)., 199.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 6th day of April, A.
D.. 1909. HENRY HUTOHINSON,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
aplo Putnam County, Florida.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO THlE
LEGISLATURE OF TlE STATE OF FIAR-
IDA POR TiHE VALIDATION OF RECENT
ELECTION HELD IN PUTNAM COUNTYY
AUTHORIZING AN ISSUE OF $190,000 OF
BONDS.
To All Whom It May Concern:
TAKE NOTICE THAT SIXTY (6m) DAYS
after the publication hereof., we, the under-
signed citizens and County ConmmNiwioners of
Putnam County. State of Florida intend to ap-
ply t' the Legislature of the Stateof Florida at
Its next mession A. D. 19W0 for the enactment of a
law legalizing and validating the election had
and held in Putnam County, Florida, on 3rd
-day of November A. D. 1906, to determine
whether or not the bonds proposed in a resolo-
tion of the Board of countyy CommlIsonero of
Putnam County, Florida as follow, to-wit:
The sum of one Hundred Thousand dollars for
Hard Surfaced Hibhways, the sum of Forty.lvet
Thousand dollars for a bridge over and across
the St. John River at Palaika, Florida *nd the
sum of Ton Thousand dollars for a Irdgue over
ld searos Dunn's Creek, a small )idge across
nanas Mill in Commissioners irtrre t No. 1.
and other bridges that may hrW neessary. and
the sum Thirty-Aive Thoussad dollar* for erect-
ing a County Court Housgat PalatkA. Florida.
should be ilsued, and Hs to validate said bond
isswe sad eah and evr part thereof, and to ap-
prove and validaft ase and every bond that
may be issued under and by authority of said
election and to ure all defeela, and irrefular-
Isles. that may exist in Oid election, the calling,
hololng and canvassing of mad election and ful-
ly empower and autborlse the is uo, execution
and sale of said bones.
L. 0. STEPiKNt.
Chairman Board County Commissioners.,
Put am County, Florida.
B. t. SOLANA.
T. J. ROiK.RS,
W. C. ALVFERH.
N. BOHIANNON.
members, Board of County CSian Mateoaiar
Putnam County. Florida.
latka. a,Tuelrida, tih day of Marel. A. I).
10. a-clock, a. da.

Notice to Stockholders.
The Annual Meeting of the Sanl
Mateo Fruit Co., will be held at th.e
office of the Secretary, San Mateo,
Florida, Tuesday, May 4, 1901, at
10 o'clock, a. m.
J. A. Citosv,
Secretary and Treas.

Plank's C1hill Tonic for Ma-

or money refunded. Sold by
B. W. Rowley, San Mateo. 4-17


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RUBBER STAMP ON APPLICATION. .
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west. We want to make arrangements for

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Vegetables in Season.

Gleo. B. Long & Co.,
149 Michian Stret. Buffalo. N. V.
WE HAVE BRANCH STORES AT ERIE, PA., AND OIL CITY, PA.
4011 REFERENCE:
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SAT THESE PRICES
And consider the quality
E [very chair illNtrab here is made ot the
best white maple steeok and finished natural
Sut-deer varnish. The seats are bes trade
double woven rattan not *eheep pith..
We ae leffing hundreds of Oauur to the pope oV i
this Stteo, and every oustomee bring w auothe WheP 2.23
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n the retail etereo to *o the earne grade ohare at.
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lheals of ANY CO0T write tor eur
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M. H. Harriman returned to New
York City from a three months' rest
In the South and West.
Stefan von Kotse, one of the lead-
lag German writers, died from apo-
plexy, aged thirty-nine years.
Representative lereno Payne. of
New York, author of the Payne Tar-
iff bill, is a baseball enthusiast.
General Leonard Wood, U. 8. A..
sad Mrs. Wood returned to Governors
Island. N. Y., from Porto Rico. Gen-
eral Wood has been on a tour of ln-
spetioa, renewing troops and In-
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50,000 CRAFTED PECAN


TREES FOR SALE.


ily .iidiiing nie 0 (Celits, I will 1eiiu(
you a bookt o I''can culture, and
register you a box of 4 varieties of
pictalus. Yours truly,
C. A. YANCEY.


The Field of Labor.
A clockmakers' union wan recently
orgatlsed at San Franclsco, Cal.
In Sweden the government ham or-
dered a general census of the unem-
ployed.
A co-operative company has been
organized by workingmen of Brook-
lyn, N. Y.
The state of trade is bad in the
larger towns like Stockholm and
Malmo, Sweden.
Statements have been made that
Ohio coal mine operators are consid-
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Mair.
SBe was a man,
S And every day
S m heat grew callous, Its love-
beat rare,.
Be thought of himself at the close
of day,
AMd oiha n his fngers. hurrlted
&way
To the club, the lodge, the store,
the show,
Bat! 'he had a right to go, you
know.
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It wars growing late, the room was
bitterly cold, and the fire on the
hearth had all died awaW, leaving only
a few dull dead ashes. The wind
bowled and shrieked around the cor-
ser at the house, like old forgotten
boeta calling, yet the woman sat
Itere motionless, staring into the
dMkness.
And her thoughts went bask to the
app days when she had been young
and beautiful, and her eyes grew
bright, and a shadow of a smile hover-
ed again around the thin lips as she
revealed the pleasant thnimes they used
to have In that small town.
Now scene after scene of her girl-
hood days rose before her, the merry
buakle, the straw rides and dances,
one after another came before her
vision, always bringing the face of the
one who was her constant attendant
at all these sports. Her country lov-
er, they called him, and In truth he
' ad been, caring for her so tenderly.
be could almost see him now as
be stxea before her that last moranag
bore she went away, pleading that
die would become his wife and give
up her Idea of a famous career. But
at that moment We seemed so bright.
"ad the prospect of fame so absolute,
tha she had merely laughed as she
turned away from bim.
Me could now realize how true
were the words that be had spokes
tpt 4sy. Fame cannot come In a day,
'ad aleas t could never come for her,
Spoken in health, with no money
eves the necessities of life, she
was &ggina out a useess sad .ut.
fe lagt em e.
6, w ee oold she not humble her
Meto 4* s, bawo tlo her father. He
wqlMtre forgive her. she wae yet
Mp mdOh u *ve be Sowous and
Imp**-o the rrible grin
U leader to keep soul
S*st r. Lf W he et
MUb ar w pide. She ha M
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way home, she was appalled at the
thought of Wat she had dose- pest
almost her last peany for-4be Ucket,
when she h.no ety oft a kI wel-
come, and m=bht even.be terse&out
Aga a when they leaned of her de-
As for Paul DareM, her former love,
she dared not think of him. A
knew now that she had always cared
for him, perhaps that was why she
failed in her career-u4t did he still
care for her? Her heart beat o
loudly that It almost frightened her,
as she commenced to recognize the
manes of the stations called, and to
reallse that she was nearing home.
It was nearly daylight when they
came to her station, and as she step.
pod to the platform, aa awful sease
of depreston aeme over her. The oold,
gray morning, the deserted streets.
everything seemed so dreary to her.
The statnlmasmter did not rMkogdev
in this broken end worn woman the
llghtfhearted girl that had loft there
a few years ago, and looked curiously
at her as she passed down the empty
street.
8he paused in front of her oil
home, and looked longingly at It tor
some signs of life; and as if in an-
swer to her wish, the door slowly
opened and her father came out. 9he
knew he was going to the barn to do
the few chores, and she pictured her
mother Inside, getUng breaest over
the shining stove in the big kitchen.
The sight of her father so beat
and gray, sent a swift pang to her
heart, and with a cry she was by his
side, her anms around his neck, and
her lips pressed close to his, while
she cried:
"Father, oh, my father, it is I, your
little girli, don't you know yoPr
Eloise?
"lolise." he cried, and the sound
was like music to her starved, sad
heart, "you have come back to me."
and the poor old man sobbed with
joy.
The heaey load was lifted with
Eloise's heart, and they went In to
see her mother. The welcome was
so genuine and their pleasure so sin-
core, that she cried and laughedl
through sheer Joy.
The tired look left her face, and
the old vigor returned to her step
in the.next few days, while the years
positively rolled from her father and
mother, and Eloise wondered more
than once how she had ever staYed
wa&y from this home so long.
The only hard part of her home-
omeing was the inquisitive glaneMs
and remarks of the neighbors, but she
felt that she deserved this, and bore
it all with a sweet patience quite un-
like the old spirit of the haughty
ElRiose.
Then one night when the old brass
khnoker sounded, and she wont to
open the door, a damlliar fiure step,
ped into the hall, and she found ther-
self face to face with Paul Daroy. She
bad not seon him dlnoe that moralan
so long ago when she had thrust
baik the happiness he offered her,
with a lash. As he turned to her, the
lamplght fell full upon his face, and
the loek she eaw there made her
torn wai waith a blush. but not be.
lore he ba4 atht the amswerlas
gim la r level eyes and beh
4row her unresitins to his strokes
arm where habe contest thal at
last even better many yam of ster.
lag, she had tound the joy that oely
perf- tsve lam._
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sre to sall end us d-o
wmrption and price.


IP YOU WANT


CATAqtN MAKJ1T
%A BURDEN TO ME.
M188 ANNIE PATRON, 927 Main
St., Cninnati, Ohio, writes:
"As I have found Peruna a blessing
for a severe ease of catarrh of the head
and throat which I suffered from for a
number of years, I am only too pleased
to give it my personal endorsement.
"Catarrh, such as I suffered from,
made life a burden to me, my breath
was offenslve, stomach bad, and my
head stopped up so that I was usually
troubled with a headache, and although
I tried many so-called remedies, noth-
ing gave me permanent relief. I was
rather discouraged with all medicines
when Peruna was suggested to me.
"However, I did buy a bottle, and be-
fore that was finished there was a
marked change in my condition. Much
encouraged I kept on until I was -om-
p *e6 aered in a month's time, and I
find that my general health Is also ex-
eellent."
People who prefer solid medicines
should try Perun tablets. Each tablet
represents one average dose of Peruns.
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative.


ASK YAUR
FREE PERUNA


DRUGGIST FOR A
ALMANAC.


FEMININE NEWS NOTES.
Boston women established the first
playground In 1902.
Norway, Sweden. Denmark and Ice-
land have given the municipal fran-
chise to women.
Mrs. F. A. Balch, of New Rochelle,
N. Y., was severely hurt in preventing
her automobile from running down a
bicyclist.
Christo Sblantiro, a street sweeper,
was injured by Mrs. Ogden Goelet's
automobile in Fifth avenue, New
York City.
The aeeond biennial convention of
the National Young Women's Chris.
tian Assoeiation in St. Paul, Minn.,
had 500 delegates.
Mrs. Charles Neave is the latest
English woman of birth and educa-
tion to go Into business. She has be.
come a press agent.
Miss Harriet 9. Hayward, of Brock-
ton, Mass., is the first woman to be
elected by a county in Massachusetts
to preeide at a county teachers' asso-
elation.
Queen Alexandra has worn the fa-
moue Cullinan diamond as a pendant
on several state occasions, and its re.-
markable beauty has been generally
nwaid.w.
Mast of the women who appeared
at the eariag before Public Servie
ommalmaoner ustis favored seper-
ate ears for women aIn the subways of
New York City.
Mrs. Chare A.. S New
Tork City, would
VS$e a


Property of any kind,
where, let us know
want, we Can fill
requirements and save you
time and money.
artbwMura l mis AuKcy,
oDept. 1o, Bank of Commeoe
Buludlii, MImeapolls, Ml0nesota.



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HASTINGS, FLA.

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puam s for al usa.
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umlps, Sinaks, Hose.

B l) Cas For Govwsm emt
Owned Ralway Oatft.
Washinlton, D. C.-It a bill intro.
duead by Represntative Dwilt, of
New York, becomes a law the United
States will own a complete railway
train, consistlag of a baggage ear, a
_aoepln .r and a ivatoe oar, for
t1 aeduive mu of use Preldeut-n
bleis travels.
The sum of $80,000 to be ezpend*
ed by the Seeretary of War, is provide.
ed, and he is authorized annually to
atsr lato etruats with railway ew*
peais for haU the traia.
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GRADER. --

The result of 17T years experlnce builder of mHIG1 RADU FRU IT GRADERS. A perfect Grader, easy
tO Oeprte, cannot bruise the fruit, cannot clog In the maoblte, lightest r unning and most up to date machine
m eo market Special Packina House Machinry built to order, Supplies, Equipment. Etc. Write me hr
mpIln g yoeU want. Nothing too small to receive my persaal attention. All kinds of turned work to or&&
hr prices sad clulare write the Inwvetor end manufacturer.

EDW. I'. MAULL, Palatka, Florida, U. S. A.
1 IIIIi [ Mil5-I It III


SCitEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 11, 1909.
NOTiCQ'-These arrivals and departure are not guaranteed.


No. SO No. 2-i


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B0=T WAY TO Use A CHAFING
DISH.
"Do you know how to use a behdng
disk?"
"Tes," answered Mr. Sirius Barker.
"I have pome ideas on the subject."
"Wbafare they?"
"The best way I know of to use a
chafing dish is to punch a hole in the
bottom o it, paint It green end plant
flowers in It."-Washington Star.

GETTING WEIGHED.

One Patron Whose Motive Might Have
Puzzled Any Weighing Machine.
If the weighing machines that stand
around in public places with mouth
ever open for cents could talk odd
tales could they tell of the many and
varied people that step upon their
pliatforms-of the stout lady who steps
down with a smile glad that she has
lost one pound out of 300, of the stout
gentleman who fumes because he has
gained one, of the slim gentleman
who steps up with a forty pound sult
case in Ms hand and is astounded to
find himself gaining weight so rapidly,
of the merry parties of young men
end young women who, some plump,
some less, step up one after another:
of the proud parent who sets little
SWillie there and then little Ethel, of
- the keen small boy who tries to get
his grandfather to let him step up
before the old gentleman steps down
so that they can both get weighed
for a cent, and all that sort of thing.
In short the weighing (machine
meets all sorts and varieties of peo-
ple, and it comes to know them all,
or nearly all; and it knows as ft
rtle just what prompts them to weigh
themselves, wheraer it is Idleness, In.
tereit, ourioslty, fear or just fun. But
probably it would puzzle even a weigh-
Ing machine, though it knows so many
people, to tell just why a woman walk-
Ing along a street on a rainy tAght
and carrying an umbrella should halt
at a machine standing out on the
*Idewalk and step up in the rain to
weigh )iej~elf.-New York Sun.

GRIZZLIES EAT VIOLETS.
Or Lunch on Young Shoots of Other
Spring Flowers.
In one locality the grizzssly of the
Rockies is found eating tie fresh
sprig of the dogtooth violet and the
green leaves of the spring beauties.
says Pur News, while a few hundred
miles further on. to the north or
south as thenoase may be, the grizzly
doesn't tou* them.
Instead he omaf be discovered
munching at the young shoots of the
shooting star, down In the Bitter
Root Mountain country, for instance,
among the towering peas of the high.
er Rookies. Upon this question of
locality, whibh Is often overlooked or
even Ignored by nature writers, lies
the solution of many warmly disputed
points between those woo tell the pub.
lie at large all about nstature and its
animals.

Only abeut one-third of the land of
India is oader eultivatUon. A portion
of the other twothirds is take up by
rivers, lakes, woods, unoultivatable
bHll or sandy or stesy plainta, toww.


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Indian Limilt>d, hus in service
I'ullnman di.iiAg carts. l'utllman
Ituffet SI.l ping itnd Pailor cars
on ut her tIruins.


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To Leesburg via Sanford.

85-28 Daily Except Sunday 1 80-27


39J Gainesville Route. INo. 40)No. 38
1:35p1)v Jacksonville Ar| 6:50p
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0p)Ar .. ........St. Petcrsburg.. .. . .Lv 6:45al 8:30 )itoate leave Tampa daily except sun-
days at 7:30 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. for
PULLMAN CARS ON ALL TRAINS. [;Manatee River.


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

To FW lNYflTV SAT1 A1 F. H. Schley. 8. I. $chioy.


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Your fruits and vegetables to the live house,


SCHLEY


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in the live market, on a live street:


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Account Sales and Oheook Daily. Stencils and Stamps furnished on
application.
References: Merchants' National Bank. Baltimore; Murchison Natilo
al Bask, Wilaington, N. 0.; MNw York Produce Eschange.
Wire or write today for quotations. Agenat wanted.


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$,1 Mle b, utr 4 Vtoia, wlts

t to~bef hos, OSMb, W I I
L* eospiA* TPeomsB de.IWul Pm
tlaam iarw vitT room, Abu't
arm l a tomsewtyr mt out ina or.
^ :-. ttg, aifely siteuted in eteNr
o a Cottae fraldshed. For rot
i q~l@. Photo.
S4. 5&00 smm, ,river sides, R.I
aid4 femne 1 all. Would fina.
el k U r oeattle ranch, oooidut e
ai Hr a altlloa feet pIne, 1 14
SeFpres, t million Hft sbh
gu hiokory, maple, magasM, etc.
gd wharf, l4oom house and farm
Abut l 0 A. Under tence The prVoI
$C* an are. It you mean buslnes
S. and 9Oe this.
Stock for sale In a stock company
that is growing oranges and grape
fruit. Started business five years
ago and from I per cent paid the 1st
year the stock paid 10 per oent the
4th year. Shares are $100 each. Send
for booklet.
ti No0. S PlneaPrle lands In Dade
S county, on ra.lroad. amre lotA, 26
per acr. If you want ptnMapp land
or a pinery already la bearof write

41. A pretty little grove with fie
location for house on river bank,
About five hundred boxes fruit this
s oaman Wharf on the property and
new packing house.
0 W trat, one of et "iY em
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
g0 oare cleaed, fteasoes not Ims bt of
hap, small hosee anm d paltmg bma.


No. 1.M. 0room houae. Clt ever
I800.00 to bmld. 5 ascre- laL,
peOeh tree, 100 young orMu
tree. Barn. NIes location; sheflO
street aad sMewalk O fruat. Prit e
$4.500-. A Beud opened foDr 06e
JA7j & a IVe by iMSag
r4 whoM f fruit tore are Oa e
ITo nearing. asy term. Photo.
No. 9-4. arens land tiltable o
attile rsa; some of the C eet fet
d4 land, small msane grove. owlus
wla of pure water, foretla on t
Mas rfier with MIorH4a st Coe
Peway meaning through the property
A& tbe _,
Do you want as Interet In bearnla
W-W grove? No better lInestmeal
Is norlda. Write for particulars, o
mat, of prots, pene. et
tny your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It costs less
than to go farther south and then come
back.
Building lots In good location, $100
to $500; 100x200 feet to 5 acres in
extent.
We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18,000. Write us
about prioe you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down in
December for his health, bouaot 10
acres of land for $500. had It set out
to oranges and grapefrutt; and before
he left In spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his exz
penses for the winter. He refused to
sell.


f v. w Want a H.em... a Pow. CeM toi S"a Mt
and se what We Nave to Offr. You Will
rlak* a Nlhiai6 if You Dint.



Real Estate Agency,


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Gen. r.. Ores ent City.


*a of fruits -d vestables are gi
SWs se rvien d low peas for n,
RU-Sea STAMPS AND 0STNClL.
S us oread treet.
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San Mateo, Pla.

Why Stay North and Freeze?

Come to San Mateo and spend the winter out of doors, and you w
come again,
If you want to rent a cottage, write us; we have them furnished, d-I
ready to move In. Byrlyn Place. (see advertisement In this paper) ea&
not b6 beaten in Florida for a boarding house. Write-


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THEATRE
When in Palatka don't Fail to visit the Wonderland
Theatre. The MOVING PICTURE SHOW of quality.
Entire hange of programme eaoh night.


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B ABOARD
JAIR LINE RAILWAY
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
S Plo, RaOleMh, Rlohmond, Washlntton,
P Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
THREE EGANT TRAINS DAILY.
Seaboard Florida Limited m
Seaboard Express U
Seaboard Mail
MODERN PULLMAN IAUIPMENT
I g-NABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. Solid Pullman Vestibuled
T'In, t. Auagste a Jaksonville to New York via Richmond 7
sad WaaInstom. DioO ear ( la carte ervlce), Double Drawlig
BOOm, Sleeplng Cars, Btate RooM and Observation Car. Leave St.
Augustita 11450 a. an. sad Jacksonville 11:55 p. m. dally, tncladin
bd7s_. "I
VWe fU tlnomatiom =ad sleper reservato~s, call on any agent,
SSeamboard, or write:
0 BT ILTOM M, & Asstant General Passenser Asent,
JACKSONVILL, FLORIDA.
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Citrus Fruits and All Crops.
TET ANN AS GOOD AB THU pRUT MATERIAL$ AND MOST APPROV-
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been befitng sick women. Mrs. Jennie Merrick,
of Cambridge Cityn Id., says: "I suffered greatly
with female trouble, and the doctors did no good.
They wanted to operate, but I took Cardu., and it
made me feel like a new woman. I am still using
this wonderful medicine, with increasing relief."
AT ALL DRUG STORES


AKERMAN &


STEWART


WHOLUBALJ AND RETAIL


WHOLESALE AND


RETAIL DRUGGISTS.


CIGARS, TOILrT ARTICLES, ETC.
Tilghmans' Condition Powders, for Cattle, Horses and Sheep.
As *zoellent appetizer for domestic animals, fattening, and gives
a Ane appearance and glossiness of cost It is an Infallible cure for
SI' la cattle, and Is also specially recommended for hog cholera.
ete.
Dele agents. AOKVRMAN & A rWART. Palatha, Fs .
M l ilrectons on b a g of box.
PALATKA. * FLORIDA.


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Made from the Genuine Havana


Leaf at San Mateo, Fla.


o tperlmeat. They have been on the market for years.
At all the great hotels of the last oaat.
At the Club House of the Florida Automobile Assooatlona
on Daytona-Ormond Beach.
On board the famous St. Johns tnd Ocklawaha River
Steamers.
By the Union News Company on the limited trains.
At all First class Hotels, Clubs and Cafes.
The Florida Tourist knows and loves them well. Wvhy
don't you get acquainted?
For convenience et our mall order friteds we put omoe of
our best brands In boxes of 12 cigars each and will deliver
ree anywhere In the United Htates at following prices:
WSe of 12 Panotelas for 75 oents, retail pries 10 centC
Puritanos for 76 cents, " 10 "
Club Hbuse 91.00 retail price 16 cents.
Invlnclbles $1.25 retail price 30 cents.
Imperials 11.60 retail price 20 cents.

8. W. ROWLEY,
San Mateo, Florida.


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the short period a aflabd for thp
vIte. be Mt with a
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i - tainty that the entire serve w
tainty that the entire service WUl bail
W3 T 3wOB Rw. ith delight the prooplots. of once
o I'M s * *'1." more getting inato a brigade atefatry
o ptamew ea1 / . . eamp, where brigade, regimental and
-comapany drills ad Seld exercise s an
S --...... i. i .... ... be held with ttoe tio to the ofi*
: S teams a eos and men ao the troqp.
S aM fI all udBsM oR the estru won't Sght a G6@d PrFend.
si*Mlklj deuled. "It ever I need a cough medleid
S_ again I know what to get," declares
S._ eIer ,b a- es elvtgl the Mg Mrs. A. L. Alley of D Me., "for
e I m wil e after using ten bottleof Dr. Kln
o.m' t as a w silliyi New Discovery, and se idg its exe*
____________ leot results in my own famially sad oth-
Our readers will blMg s w o s a. I convinced It t M best
o rom an ,,WitollMES*hn "medicine madte fr cough eodds aUd
S p es a n this lung trouble." eStry one who triea
S f it MI l state that tBhe mW It feels Just that way. Relief s felt
Seo ad st*e t N -The Oaf Mat at once and Its quick cure surprises
SIte. A Is title treble aad o you. For bronchitis, asta, hemor-
SMBthIN, but It helps us, sad Is 1* rbage, croup, lagrippe, sore throat,
f, rmi wanted by the advWertir. pain In chest or lungs it's supreme.
S0c and $1.00. Trial bottle, free.
htr at the oetotiee at a" Guaranteed by S. W. Rowley. tf
tea, PLa Bieesados01 maul
ow. Exciting Experience With
1A Mnester Shark.
Brigade Camp of Florida Miami, Fla. Captlin Charles
tter p in Ju Thompson, one of the .iost interpid
State Troops In June. fishermen of this southern section,
Jacksonville, Pla.-It has been an- had a most exctinf experience
nounced from the general headquar- a monster hammerheaded shark, a
ters of the Florida State troops that few days since. Captain Thompson,
the brigade of infanyr, which com- accompanied by his brother-in-law,
prises the military force of Florida, went out In quest of turtle in his
will be ordered out for Its annual tour launch, the Barracouta, Jr. Captain
of field duty during the first week In Thompson saw a larpg turtle and
June, which tour of duty will be held made for it and succeeded in driving
at the permanent camp site at Phil. his harpoon into its carcass. About
brophen on the St. Johns river near this time a monster shark put in Its
this city w appearance attracted by the flow of
,After t was announced that the blood. Another harpoon was brought
* troops of the state would not this out and with Captain Thompson's un-
year partlelpate In the joint army and erilng asi, the steel was driven deep
nWlitia coast defense exercises in the lt4 shark's W Wy. The angered shark
artillery districts of Peascoola and immediately atteeked the launch, but
Tampa, it was .tUeClpSed by the rank so gave up that part-of the pro-
S and file of the service that an early grm and for six hours made a dee-
S spring brigade camp would be held operate fight for freedom. During the
at the new permanent camp site, and struggle a large school of sharks put
commanding ocers, accordingly, in their appearance and viciously at-
have quietly been making the neces- tacked their wounded companion. FP-
@ary preparations to bring their comn sally the shark gave' up and Captain
maads up to the highestandard of Thompson towed him into port, land-
efficIenc for tM service afield. Ing at the Royal Palm dock. The fish
It Is understood that the troops are proved to be the largest shark ever
In excellent condition by re-ahm of caught In these waters, measuring
the recent annual inspection cnduapt. nearly sixteen feet long and weighing
edlty the federal government; stren. ,109 pounds. Many people visited
vowr preparatipas havlfr been nade the dock to get a sight of the morn
by both oicers and 6alisted men for ster.
that ordeal. The adjutant general,
Major General J. Clifford iR. Poter, Catarrh Cannet Be Cured
In writing to commanding o cers t with' LO)CAL APPLICATIONS, as
the several orgalsations composing they cannot reach the seat of th
the brigade, advloqlg them of the com- disease Ctarrh is a blood or co
Ing camp, has taken occasion to cpu. disease- or co-
tlon them that if any supplies of 9rdl. sttutional disease, and In order to
nance or clothing is needed to equip cure It you must take internal reme-
their commands for the field to lame- dies. Hal's Catarrh Cure is taken
diately make requItstion for ime, as Internally, and acts directly on the
S the time for holding the camp is now blood and macous surfaces. Hall's
S less than six weeks off from the date 'Catarrhb ure is not a quack medieinq.
? .will be onmed In the general orIt
whic will S be1 ismodto th it w prescribed by one of the beet
Strops during the present week. physoi n t this cotry for years
The annual inspection of the troops and to a regla prescription. It I4
to ascertain the relative standard of composed of the best tonics known,
S efficency for the state having been combined with the best blood parl-
S -emAlttd at the time of the federal lers, acting directly on the mucou6
inspection, it Is generally understood surfatee. The perfect combination o*
that this Inspection will be made at the two Ingredents is what produces
the t .e. the brigade is In camp at c*
P r iborphea. It is expected that this such wodril rslts In curing
arrangement will be very much more tarrh. Bend for testiUmonials free.
.. tasttfateer than tlnspttoMs conduct 7. J. CH3NBY & CO., Props., To-
e, at hOme saStlos, as It will place ledo, Ohio.
; a- c-mmad pon the same relative old by Drugglstp', price Tfc.
_-- _-k .alp o give an excellent Take Hal's Family Pills for con-
K!^ *^i9O lTN ~4a d raw e clearly comrn- stipaton -
t Ja th0 U work of the. various l- "_____ t


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averfledee riag et
W~th e SeUSeK
Tallhamee Bs-y Noqetat
tvusee -a; ti.Itew ain==
kind. Mmara'WAs AQ 010011%gas
tidellr .4h-doledaftdor"a ws
down to J~unl.ta eqirw-t


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Hated that th l


lMa's repres setatlvea In congress
pr t legiatio_ that will allow the
wo of dralsg the vergladee to

p e quetlon of federal Jurisdiction
is a mooted one which will be thor-
oughly threshed out by the state. In
the meantime, It Is the determination
of the trutee to go on with the work
now In hand.


Lived 16 Years.


WVItaL Parr England's oldest
1am married the third time at
180, worked nla the fields till 131 and
lved 90 years longer. People should
be youthful at 80. James Wright of
Bpurlock, Ky., shows how to remain
yoeng. "I feel just like a 16-year-
old boy,' he writes, "after taking six
bottles of Electric Bitters. For thir-
ty years Kidney trouble made life a
burden, but the first bottle of this
wonderful medicine convinced me I
had found the greatest cure on earth."
They're a godsend to weak, sickly run
down or old people. Try them. 50c
at 8. W. Rowley's. tf

Big Cotton Cargo
Shipped from Pensacola.
Pensacola, Fla.-Another immense
cargo of cotton, making the fourth to
be taken by the same vessel from this
port this season, was loaded on the
British steamer August Belmont for
Havre, at the Commandancia wharf
of the Louisville and Nashville. The
shipment consisted of twelve thous-
and bales and made a total of nearly
fifty thousand bales to be carried
from this port this season by the Bel-
mont. The entire cargo had been
stored in one portion of the ware-
house and there was no delay on ac-
count of being compelled to wait for
the cotton.


Smashes All Records.


As an all-round laxative tonic and
health-builder no other pills can com-
pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They tone and regulate stomach, liv-
or -and kidneys, purify the blood,
strengthen the nerves, cure constipa-
tion, dyspepsia, biliousness, jaundice,
headache, chills and malaria. Try
them. 25c at S. W. Rowley's.

The housefly never had many
friends and the mosquito has none.
But since it has been so conclusively
shown that the fly is a wholesome
murderer the cry is becoming general
that it must go. So long as it was
regarded as a harmless nuisance
whose worst offense was trailing the
filth in which it is bred across human
foo4, where exposed the fly could be
tolerated. Now, thatit is known that
one may swallow the germs of tuber-
culosts, typhoi4 fever or other di-
seases whose office in the cosmic
economy seems to be to prevent the
world from becoming overpopulated,
the campaign of extermination is
bound to have an increasing number
of vigorous supporters. One of the
best means of preventing the increase
of the obnoxious Insect, be it remem-
bered, is to abolish filth in the home
surroundings and to prevent flies
breeding in stables and like places.
The commissioners for the Palafox
street parkway, Pensacola, have a
novel sobeme for beautifying it. They
are making a long flower bed along
ackh side of the street car track and
eighteen inches wide between Wright
and Garden streets, which they will
plant to coles.
Kills te Step the Fienad.


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*t' To Honorable Jaaea B. Broome is
The worst foe for 15 years of John due the honor a s dlstlactios of beag
Dere, of eldwla, Mioh., wea a run- the "daddy" of the seasta Mr.
lag aloer. He paid doctors over Broome is the oldest member ofat the
ver $400.00 without beaeol Then ate in term of servia. He has
Be Wat Ar a e kSv d te h ual evTed four terms whiwa ea very
Ss he.A .- e. eia Aae se rbe ary ofin sc e dvn e.. meo M or
OW am e-. Ow, t w vr wires cwBi g* i n
bafti NO" "N- am. an a- llg his vacatin the seashl
* I& A% tw s MM su ftW, &or a teN. hmehsbees M m tof B
Ws. Mee Ut G. W. WrZoW tt at*e, however, swtes yda0


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Oommleslmff of Agriulture-S. &
Mobaa. a*
NoUn, Tallahassee
Superintendent of Public
otk. William M. flolloway, TaIw

County Oficers:
Clerk-Henry Hutchinson, P
Bupertptendept Public Instructin-
I& K. Tucker, Palatka.
8 fherlR-R. L Kennerly, Palatk6 .
County Judge-K. I. Cox, Palatl.
Tax Collector-A. 8. Willard, 'Pa-
latka. #
Tax Assesor-G. P. Bullard, Mc-
Meekin.
Treasurer-J. E. Edmonson, Palat-
-ka.
Supervisor Registration-E. T. Kelo
lum, Palatka.
County Commissioners-L. C. Ste-
phens, chairman, Palatka; B. T. So-
lana, San Mateo; M. Bohannon, Baa-
nerville; J. T. Rogers, Putnam Hall;
W. C. Alvers, Sltco.
School Board-J. N. Blackwell, Pa-
latka; L. Price, Melrose; J. H. Green,
Fruitland.
State Senator-Dr. E. 8. Crill, Pa-
latka.
Representatives-S. J. Hilburn, Pa-
latka; H. A. B. McKenzie, Palatka.
Town Officers:
Mayor-J. S. Rowley.
Aldermen-J. A. Crosby, H. C. Bai-
ley, C. A. Bailey, 8. W. Rowley, H.
I. Goodwin, L. B. Bailey.
Tax Assessor, Tax Colector, Treas-
urer, Clerk-Harold Hills.
Marshall-William Sharpe.

United States Senators-D. U.
Fletcher, Jacksonville; J. P,. Tala-
ferro, Jacksonville.
Congressmen-Frank Clark, Gains-
ville; Steve Sparkman, Tamps; D. H.
Mays, Pensacola.

A white velvet bean is being prop-
agated by Tom Brewer of Homestead
which he produced by seed selection
carefully pursued for three year.
The velvet bedn is a handsome plant
and will be even more so if white
beans may be grown as well as the
purple. Mr. Brewer says the new
bean is edibl% and he believes it will
be equal to the navy or the lima
bean. He has added something to
the many resources of Florida, if this
is true. As a forage plant and a green
manure, the velvet bean has no su-
perior.


CASTORIA

aspires Ito be a summer resort also.







It has a vigorous board of trade so-
tively enaged in measures to build
up the city, as i shown by the fact
that it. secretary sent out last year
nearly four thousand lots of literature
setting forth the advantages St.
Peterburg as & place of rsZldeaB
and investment.
and nvesment












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CITRUS


This Is a very
tioe, for a Ubera
this tUe Increas
fruit and gives a
face tor next year
afford to economic
Neither should y
plying It Natur
Ma, and this Is
tiller will do ti
good. Later appli
growth and there
the fruit, thus mi
and sapping the
We have fruit an
meet every condi
to us about Laeme
booklet, "Qood 01
wue Orange Grove
Ideal Fruit and V
Special Fruit and
Peruvian Fruit an
W. a Ts High Gr


Wilson & Toomer
Jackson


TRI

kidawaha Nurter1q
always grow, and they alwa)


rme atliadctllou In this
VBSTRMNT depends on the trees
eome to
uidqanrters Bellabl e Trees
replace them. NO WHITE FI.

0. W. CON
Vr. TANOMRIN,

fhiaesllle Nurseries
New catalog for the coming season
eantalas a good list of fruit, forest,
nut aad ornamental trees in variety;
shrube, roem, palms, ferns, etc. Send
t .r it.

H, S. GIVES, Prop.,


Florida.


NM ad Mlberal management.

IT New Arlington Hotel
rKABarlUWD & VA& NW,
Proprietors.
PALATKA,. FALORIDA.
Catesag especially to the oommr-
ialu trade. Oeutral end most desira,
by located for business. Rates 9$ to
$M. Special by the week. In aO
Msetmea The GOrhaM Hotel--arope
Sa Pan.

ROMMARD SPRAY PUMPS
PRAYINGS SOLUTlONS
gRlIGATINO PUMPS
aM0S INl ENGINES
. MALLARY MILL SUPPLY CO,


MAON, A.


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KILLTM OOUOg Smith's Home-Mad

SChocolates, Bo
mU. SBUTTERCUPS, TAI

NW Iy ICE CREAM PARLOR.
FN PRUITS NUTS, CIGARS, TODACQ4
OF HUYLER'

L. A. Smith,


M .J In4l rbd by
JtREES Capital 0
important applica. Surplus
Ssepply of food at
A the *le o the Stockholders Liabilit3
large bearing sur.
s crop. You cannot Atual security to deposit
se (?) on fertilizer.
on delay about ap- NOTE-This Bank is Number
re calls for help in National Banks In Floi
the time when fer- United States, among ov
he trees the most Banks.
ications prolong the
fore the maturing of r...onse tim
&king the crop late O IVISI
vittI..ty of the tree.
id vine formulas to Proven by our success a
tion of soil. Write
n and ask for our
d Summer Time inuare Dealig
es."
Ask our patrons.
ine Manure
i Vine Manure. Courteous Treatment
rade Fruit and Vine. Open an account with us

Fertilizer Compay FIRST ATI(
ville, Fla.FIRST NATI

St. Augu,


are giving greatest satisfaction to our M anlove Self-Opei
hundreds of customers in Florida.
rs bear fruit true to name- of variety.
In planting groves now, think of the
future. THE SUCCESS OF YOUR IN-
you plant. MAKE NO MISTAKE, but
.y
Trees guaranteed to arrive at destina-
ilon in good order. If they don't, we
to the beauty, couvenuieuo, bZaue

NER, Prop. MANLOVE OATE
FLORIDA.
White Fly and
For Gan Jose csale on peach
"psts on orange trees, spray with
Very Seriousc hgg, larvae and pupae of tho whit(
esry ooty mold, mixes readily in cold
It Is a vry erous matter to ask an agreeable odor, Is harmless t(
for one medicine and have the the price is right. Money refunde<
Mwrongonne given you. For this
u.rge yo n buyng J. Shnarr & Co.
to be careal to get the genuine- O

~BLACA T STETSON SHOE'

hpd*s-G*- d ,se QUEEN QUAL
digest end aver Is bun.
her* eliln la bettrGIRL SHOES
vorU powder,, wtha larger A full line of Shoes for

---I"- CITY SHi
-- HERBERT


4100,000
$280,000
$100,000
$450,000


One on the
rida, and No.
rer sixty-eight


"Honor Roll" of
.181 In the whole
hundred National


and our reputation.


V


a and we will demonstrate It.


)NAL


BANK,


stine, Fla.


ning Cate 0 NORDZ
For any driveway or posts. Open*
ed by any vehicle without assw-t
ance or stopping. Easily opened by
hand, on foot or horseback, a,&d
Never stands unfastened. Cannot
b o opened by any stock. With full
control of reins and teams, .acc1-
dents are avoided. The machi-n
cry is all above ground, and so,
simple It never gets out of oider.
Satisfaction or no sale. It adds
and safety of any home.


CO.,


271 ZA'MT HURON
I RICAGO, ILL.


i San Jose Scale
trees and white fly and other insect
"Schnarr's Insecticide." KJUll. the
e fly, cleans the fruit and ftlliag of
water, does not clog the nozle, has
o faco or eyes of the operator and
d if results are not satisfactory.
,Manufacturers,

1ELQI=DA.
S FOR MEN.

ITY & AMERICAN

FOR LADIES.
Boys, Misses & ChIldren

)E STOR E.

CROOK, Prop.

ie Candy-All Kinds


in-Bons, Kisses,
FFY AND MIXTURES.


HOT and COLD DRINKS.
O, ETC. ALSO CARRY FULL LINE
S CANDIES.
Palatka, Va.


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Y Wt ee" et e ar tora
WW d a o a are so longer.
Sm ft the e, I take out the
Set of and run up for pulow
a. Theue wi' wear quite a while
M V homemade use of what oth-
410 waul be added to your aim
*lver fow of "old rag.-Bo-soee
' ',

SHAMPOO CRZAM.
-ke ie yolks of two fresh es
Mai the Soie of a lemon, beat tbor-
ea y and mix with a small peeket
of oap flakes or soap powder; pour
OMe plat of boiling water over the
whole atd stir well until the flakes
are dissolved. Put In a tin with alr-
tight lid. When cool the mixture
alhoul be the consistency of jelly. A
small piece will make lather suffclent
to shampoo the hair thoroughly.-New
Haven Reglater.


IACMW OURTRAIN 8TRKETCHBR.
STke four pieces of wood 1 1-2
Inohee wide and 1-2 Inch thick; two
of the pieces must be 10 feet long,
and two others 6 1-2 feet wide. Have
four thumb screws, four strips muslin
S tuohes wide, the length of pieces
of wood: fold msalln nl two length-.
wise., tak down to wood with small
tacks 2 or 3 inches apart. When us-
Sags pt on beck of four caIrs, put
Sthe else Rated and make solid by
putting one thumb screw on each cor-
nor. Put on curtains and pin a eom-
Smon nbre pin on each scallop. Two
pMar of curtains can be done at same
Stte-Boeton Post,

MMI HAJRPIN'S U88.
It la extraordinary how few com-
rhead the bairpln's full capaelty.
S ]r example, the hairpin may be used:
;, As a glet-To bore holes nla oft
Swood, patoboard, or plaster walls.
As an embeater-Two or three
Sairpns hebold together will beat elgg
Such bettor than the various ma
i lnes upon the arket*L
As a pen6ome important letters
have been aratehed by debutantes
In dim conservatories upon the stick
of thns.
As a snore cure--ftatened to the
SIps, it keeps hpa together, thus
compelling nasal breathing, which killM
the snore.
The hairpin's uses In maleuring, ai
the eradiction of wrinkles, and In
other beauty operations ae perhaps
well known, while no doubt all womn-
n-in these days of weoma's clube-
Sare acquainted with Its excellence as
"a orokeorew and cigarette holder.-


ICMU-MADB REMRIG ATOR.
Nartoy aM boueeokeepers who ar
not able to obtaWl a refrigerator keep
eir lee wrapped up In a piece of
S loth or some non-condkoting material
W Wch wastes the toe and affords so
help t l ar ervig food, and these di-
S retiods ma be of help to some one:
Take two laws boxes (dry goods boxes
is what ls used). seleet the second
e:as out two Inches smaller on all
' Aes, b"a two hole one Inch In
1 inartor- both eurrespoadIagly to
Kang e ad vyeaUlatiot. 51 up
A er W e aies with powd.
O O e, put et inner bot tn
lt 4 4up an aepamoe wi hmae,
6a tM bto e eea to at
*, abe ue (e 0mse aar *** i
hdad hl With
biai t We ) a ePute wt l
M ^desir f ed, dt a

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e stirred ,, o-a S" *- e M -
omu. with a4tSimi uiceo

butter sd lard m< ed, 14 GP M
of Valh, 1-3 up rMlinte, 1 taIpI o
of molasmes, a peck ef salt a1 of
Sour ad 1 cup of rolled oa wIth
12 tspa n doh fed wite it DN op
by mall pooft a 1 buttered tin
ebe t of ishe" apart sad btak a
Bak edo 1-Stuff the 1* wil
fine er a er cumbs, moletened wtth
drawn butter, sA at m to t ste, t
In a pan with a little water, salt pepper
ast butter., etOe while tada. A
fish weighlng 4 popad will bake la
an boar. Garteh with hardemled
eas and paoley. Make a trewn
sauce from paa liquid, or W a e
mue.I


Brown Bred. -On p of rye, 1.
oup of Indianm lal 1 oup of tgraham.
2 cups of molMes, S ~sp of Swest
milk, 1 cup of soar milk, pinct of
salt, teaspoonful of soda. Doll or steet
four hour.


Black Fruit lliutg.--One cap of
brown sugar, I cup of white sugar,
1 cup of water, 1 tablespoonful of
vinegar; boil unt thick like candy;
stir in beaten whites of two eMgs,
beat to a ftes, stir In chopped dates,
ralsius, shredded citron nd a little
dash of spices.
Spiced alshno.-Place nl the hfat-
Ing d6iM the liquor froe one sna of
asaoan with two tablepooms of but-
ter, two of leNV Juioe, Sour of wa"
ter, a half do@n doves. When It be.
gima to bail add the s ai"a from
which the skia and bones have been
caretfuMy removed. eason with cay-
e"ae pepper and lt to tate. DBol
for jwresl minateUs ld Nere Oa sal.
tines.


Prune Puddlng.-Scald 1 pound of
French mrunes, let them swell ina he
bhot water till oft, drain a"d ex-
tract the stones, spread on a d41
ad edge with flour, take a gill
f ak from a 4 t, stir nto It
gradually 8 tIbespoos ffte sour.
beat 6 ea very ithat sad stirr t do.
grees Into the reomamed of a quart
of milk, alternating with the better,
add pnses, one at a the, stir the
whole very hard, boll two boore, serve
with wine sauce or oram.


KING EDWARD LIK- CROQUET
Doe Net New Play Gol4f Though He
Enjoyo Watehlg IL


The beautiful sow arquet ground at
CMes wil bv see a aood deal
of RaSg Mdward e M go teth
says Madae. Golf, ouriously enough,
does not sult hem a"d he now scareo-
ly plays at all, although he i tfood
of wateahs to game.
There wee formerly no croquet
around at Mliarft, but sanoe ae e ila
took to golsg thea amually a lawn
has been set apart for him adjolang
thgeltfomaMadnosoelee uaum It
dwurag ertaln bours of ae day.
The King plays rem h r vly
aad adopts the iMumWeated amede.
nquet, e Ullke the gSM 1a
wa looked upoe a osly alt tie ar
euraes a d alls. Ba is aid
to be ieip slf uIM at oleg shoto


Neabl~ Saskaor ube~
buh.d br sIudes be6W
lpnO* Wha ib 6 ---Mervia"
%W ate togi0e up *9 aWt

"sloweetlPuSasid ups Ia 30"
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a Mode a8s I 4 ssMe W d
Oreoutr his 4 ,0 we i 1
Ite $eto e t ish oa. 1-00
at "Umel as ebiftd wfnbt, A
ad U e wont aWy 0na hearted.
Toes *Iaftwe at. 6e 0 bems *W *
tahe ole Gee It fe apet in tbli
I love, ew' a white taked widow.
OeAy h obel d wMthewort eayIWO
an him why ,e "Id never moried.
*Ma dam" he u1ewred eaoueweha
aterly, "yoe a tght to k 6 best. II
Yo lehad aot srote to saewe that
afot a the eoet atof yellow to"Me I
mi~t have bees ahpplera ." "'te
ote aIn the bouqeItr a e repeated,
fflag pWae.
id opeMed an id eablot and took
out fo a drawer a trivetled bou-
quet of what had been yellow roses.
among whoe a eetlees stalks lurked A
arep of paper fellow with age. "se
I neer had your note," stbe aid, hold-
Iag the bcdquet up. "If I hAd I would
not have oedwered It as you fancied."
"Then answer It now," slid the gal-
lant old soldier. And the long delay-
ed proposal wee accepted at last.-
London Telegraph.

Larval Form of Eels.
The straits of Menina are channels
of lamense depth, through which a
wild tide surges, and owing probably
to rregularities at the bottom there
are whiling eddles which hare the ef-
fect of bringing up from the depths
'below many marine creatures which
are rarely seen except la the deep sea
trawls. It was here that the larval
form of a tfreh water eel was first
discovered, an Incident which threw
a blase of tlbt on the life history
of a very mysterious fl. All kinds
of theories hftre been given forthi
with regard to the propagation of the
eel. *aoe naturalists declared tWey
breed In fresh water, others aMt they
viested the estuary for spawning pur
poses, but thanks to the discovery of
Messina and later captures of the eel
nla Its larval form it Is now practical.
ly certain that after mature eels drim
down our riversn ln autumn they hie


On Balnees.
It hA been discovered recently that
there are no baldheaded n Itn t o
insane asylums. Other interesting f1its
sbout bald people are the followlan:
You never see a bald-beaded man
wearing his own hair.
No one ever saw a redbeaded bald
man.
Most bald men keep their hair in
their wife's name.
No bald-headed womn has ever
been known to admit it.
Bald-headed men never appear In
public with their hair imarcelled.
If a man Icees his hair no amount
of advertising will restore it to him.
No woman was ever drawn to a bald-.
beaded man by capillary attraction.
Baldness cannot be ecred by havla.
your hair pulled, as you can oear
toothache by having a tooth pulled.
The bear has more hair to the
inch than any known animal, and yet
there is nothing in the world that is
barer than a bald head.
There are other Intereting facts
about baldness no doubt, but none of
them occur to us at this moment, so
we will content ourselves with say-
Ing in conchasioa that the head of
a ,bald man In the front row of the
modern theatre shines like a good
deed in a naughty world.-Hrpers
Weekly.


them to exceedingly deep water In
he ea and there depoelt their eggs. In 190.
From the erg oomes a little ribbon- "My love." mentioned Mr. Sufferer
shaped restatre, Oe arvl feoin. Tn Oette. "L wonder-I wonder whether
due course this changes Into an eel you would let me have the use of my
Sof still smaller size, trange to say, laoh-key this week?"
and tshee small eels or elvers after. "Itdch-key!" bellowed his wife.
wdl ascend our rivers and there re. "What the dickens do you want with
mats until they read maturity, (when a latch-key, my good man?"
they in their turn descend to the sea "Well, my -love," coughed Mr. But-
and history Is repeated.-London ferer4-ette, "we are holding a series
Telegraph. of fathers' foregatherings at the club
.. tbhe week, when we hope tip do a lit-
heoes In Four Minutes. te needlework on behalf of the poor.
How l e would ft take you to make MIss Naacy has kindly conuentd to
a pair of beoet, do you think? Tooa eme and talk to us about her recent
probably had better not begin It, es. 9- thet North trip and"--
pelally if you need them soon. Uven Oreat heavena" oared the Irate
a cabbler in the old days, working wife. bsanlin her pipe upon the tble
with assiatat, wold spend a'day and to emphasise her words. 'Oon't yes
a bealf maSte a pair of boots and I know your duty Is at base? Besides,
the oest would be about $4. But now., on Monday I've got to attend the
of course, shoes are made by mackin- WWomen's amancipatioa Lease; .Teee
cry, "ad It Is aUstixlhlng to hear how day, the Mlters of Charity neotltg:
quickly they are made. It takes just Wednesdja, the looal pollcewaqen's
bour minutes to make a pair of comnert: Thursday, the DAtbtm of
boots! Aad the lbor cost Is about Toll lecture: FPrday, the Women's
K. cents. Of course, so one makes lence Reearch class, and o atur.
the whole boot nowadays. There are day our football club's maker. ow,
a huaded diferet meo asking dif. don't forget. Tour duty is at home!"
feet t of it, and each one does -
Ise ame thui over ad over aalia. The Modern Mary.
am eakh ma m ar to do is Wrtl Mary had & Uliteo k i ts Seoe
Mar wes speslaNy well asd quiok wua white as qow. Would Mary
ly. Aa4 roes aouM _so the buttons ever sell the l n? Wiy,. Wta a
sOwed atl Abor t'Ws the part of question! No! Uhe kept the lamb' i
to e ps wUhere the butoMs are to luxury or meay, maw Y reasa
g ts it te a man o, dNthrow very now and thea nhe'ed po arW
ona &asmiul o o tfons quite carse it with her maoshe&a ft l
Mir, tams the meals, and in ao sos and t4e the meeoh 4m at is
WOe VA A the piece of leather in the* beak uati she d *frti
w m a butteus ea la the of th se very togmnat L Taim
rat "Meo. Io woder abme at Mary wb a wi e y a

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serprie they t toWl1

arts $t two oftem totMf
trte ever e Its be5k w M II
am wha the ai of a Tep* 00
couple 4 spamrs. A repe was w
A it was kept a p4isoner Ut to
be day, when tle *iptors$m
themNlve ridlg m it up s *sa
the emd.
After the novelty had wornW ef
et the mease of the party
I" tarUe's e bat amd s i ts b wat
the a letting the rope so.e ot ,
tie, app eclatng Its release, eati
Its looked out to sea, ad the att,,,
sld off had let Ae tartle t ar to
the dOp.-aritls Australian.
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vr i o th pe ople wbo adoht &et
. '-. ,__- u- lther are also
A. f t, OesWN Puak.

4 patM side of the breekntg
fMl tiro@ut divee, to the
I oTerk Werld, is sot toee so
re veal4 as by 0e satlode. of
S.. hwel parents had separated.

Aips are nOW quoted at eight
S nma IB 'dollars, tot It seems rea-
NNOWle, for the Providence Journal,
to suppose at sooner or later there
wOt be a drop nl them.

S 4 collar bUtton was found In an
Qahoma aea's appendix, showing.
to t6e- t. Loist Post-Dispatch, the
fatiity of searIbtng under the bureau
laOed of calling a surgeon.

A lHashow newspaper states that
two enterprising young Chinese girls
birve left that city on a pleasure trip
to glalaad and America. They will
astdy domestic Ife In these countries
and onB heir return will lecture against
the conditions of woman's life in


According to Rabbi Landman, of
PMiladelphia, King Solomon was c!ev-
er. but not wise, his forte lying in
palving riddles, coining phrases an I
timg proverta." It seems a pity,
to the New York World, that th!s
gifted monarch is too far in the past
to. write the ligtat opera libretto of
the future.

lhe Idealism of his religion hbe
give the Jew his strength and his
estatPg power, explains the American
omtewta. It has enabled him, in
pie of the most soul-crushing of
ineoetlon and the most debasing
SH demoralising of conditions, to
S eep his snoul superior to his surround-
Uagp and hli heart higher than his
bad.m

Suggestions that the penalty for kid.
0inig Ia Maine be made the same
Sthat for murder do not meet with
: approval of Governor Pernid. "I
k the punishment for kidnapping
should not equal that for murder, as
mprposed by some, lest tffendere might
kill the victim if liable to apprehen-
Sles with the child in their posses-
aefs," saye the Governor.

This government cannot afford to
gnafer by oomparison with others, o.-
-Serve the Utica Press. Not only
l d social residences abroad bp
pvI.dedS, but the salaries should b'
a ml-seed very materially. it ought
ot to be true that this republic cans
yove the services of those only who
are rilk and willing to pay handsome-
S ly out of their own pockets for the
dietl.iou of being Ambtassadore at
Jrelga courts. There is no need of
It sad there is no sense in it.

Mew York's famous toed died at the
gsx 2oo, t the ,reputed age of
aopt a thoasaUdd years, though theo
epUato was of the guesswork order.
ls the Bufalo Courier. The toad
s f uomd about two years ago, en.
i-. ta olid rook lt a Montana
glue, SW foet telow e surface. He
A v e lived a few thousand
gs more had he been let alone


Meamees109qurpar noem vUhastion.
~ .Wie. ~twb oval an Alas-
j Obmia owe.was In Waphl"astn

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FOOTBALL.


Says Force Spent In That Game Can-
not Be Recalled for Study.

Declaring that in the case of uni-
versity men muade does not count for
much in life and that energy spent
In football cannot be recalled. Gold-
wlin Saith, in a short letter to the
Cornell Era, tells of his Ideal in ath-
letics. The letter follows:
"I see that the number of atMhetes
falling to pass a university examina-
tion is less than it was. The shade
of Isra Cornell will rejoice. What
our founder wanted wae not show
of muscle, but preparation for life,
In which In the case of university men
muscle does not count for much. The
force spent in football cannot be re-
called for study. Lot us have game
by all means, but games which exer-
cise not exhaust and in which all alike
cas take part. Besides there is mlli-
try drill, good In Ittelf and not to
be negaetoed if the force of the coun.,
try Is to be kept in the right hands.
Into some universities the betting ring
seOm to have wept; never I hope
I to. emgS1


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htme M the P Mn as- ey m
Me Cmi~ak @te *beI U. *MMt
gPr t1 grow I Waw oft we meth
of 100 aes l that Nettu wIesa
the o*wer tplato tia oats sao itag
ymer the etep w M,000 bushels. When
It o eAMltered that then dato brhla
as htigh au s six oato a pound. It oan
be ared what as laimnono Iacome
aas be triedd"

POI.THE HAWAIIAN STAFF OP LIPSI

Psellar POed of Mush Value and
Used By Many In Territory-An
Aequlr*4 Tate By Strangers.

What breLd is to the Anerloas or
Baropean. p0l Is to the native HI
walian. No aeal is complete without
It, and for the great majority of the
natives it forass the principal article
of diet While they probably could
at the present time live without this
accustomed dish, the time once was,
before the advent of the whites to
the Islands atd the Introduction of
new foods, that life without It would
at least have been precarious.
Pot is made from the tuberous root
of the Taro plant, a species of the
Caladium family, of which the well
known elephant ear plant Is also a
member. The tuber, which averages
in size that of a large sweet potato,
is baked and afterwards pounded up
with water until a smooth white paste
Is obtained much resembling a wheat
flour paste except that the color is
a pale pink or purple, dependent upon
the variety of taro used. This paste
is allowed to slightly ferment, or
cour, when It Is ready for use. In
olden times each family prepared Its
own pot, the work being done by the
men, as in fact were most other cook-
ing operations. At the present time
pot factories in w-tch machinery
grinds the taro and mlxep it on a large
wcale have largely supplanted the old
band method. The Chinese of the
territory have come to be the leading
manufacturers of the product.
-Many of the white residents of the
Islands eat pol to almost the extent ai
the natives, but the taste Is largely
acquired, and strangers seldom care
for It. Pot bas a high food value, an4
since It formed the principal article
of diet of the old Hawaiians, some per-
sons have credited it with the splen-
did physical development of the race.
Pol was alwayA eaten from wooden
bowls, or calabashes. and was con-
veyed to the mouth by the fingers,
one, two, or three being employed ac-
oording to the consistency of the food.
Which also establishes a designation of
one, two, or three finger pot. White
pot eaters now usually employ a fork
or spoon In lieu of fingers, although
It Is stlM common even In the high-
est families to give native dinners.
or luaus, at which knives and forka
are tabood and fingers only used.-
New Bngland Grocer.


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 78.


Effective April 6, 1909


No. 81 No. 29 No. 78 No. 82
DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DALY DAILY
4 (N0) put 0 30 am iLv JacksonvIlle Ar 7 30 pm 8 30 am i
6 2I pm1066 am i'Lv..8.Augustliio Ar a05 pm 7 056 amsin o
S27 pm 11 6 antm ,v...East Palatka Lv 5 Oft pmn 0 (0 am
8 1l pin 1 321 pm L,v.... Ormond .... Lv 3 26 pm 4 28 am i
8 1t pm 41 p, Iv .....Daytona ... .v 3 11 pm I la am &
8 W) pm 2 :9 pm .v ..New smyri I.v 2 ,o pm 8 40 am .-
10 00 pml 8 *. pm v .Ttuvllle... I pm a 27 am I
10 43 pm I 19 pm l.v......(',cna ... v 12 14 pm 1 48 am
10 47 pm .4 1 pm Lvl...Itoklljore.... 2 1 pin 44 Iam
IIt 2 pnm ;4 57 pm i,v ...an (iallie. I.v 12 10 pm 12 am
11 .10 pm N 07p jr l.v... Melboiirue. ,v 1' 02 pin I 1 03 am
I :am 7 05 pi; ,v Ft. Pierce ... 1,v 1 26 am II I0 pm -
3 48 am 9 17 pin I.v..W. ialin leach I, 8 04 am 8 40 Pm o
a 30 am 11 80 pm:ArW .. Miami ... v 5 : am 1j i n) im 3 0
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= 0


*Sundays, Tuesdays and Thurslays. KIlghit Key and Key West
tMondays, Wednesdays and Fridays arrival and departures at Havana


PALATKA BRANCH
I-velEutI EAIT PAI.ATKA TO Arrive H lsav.o I'ALATKA TD o AST ArrivoEKs
Faatka | PALATKA I'alatka al ulikh a 1'AIATKA ialatka
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0 1 p ....... No. 112 Daily......... 6 5 >,an 7 ou pIm .......No. 113 bDaly...... 7 I pm
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raiatka )SAN lot Al KOHale' Iateo I IPA 1,ATK A lPalatka&
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air eTOMB TABLELS fslow 1110 4Sg eWOo ilh Vsl*@ tmay be especied its auniv. SO sad dee." Itoss *
MgeyVeisadaiwlal sboo suet vo1 Ofdepreulreof thestie..s &ated is Sol 5...,sOee MW is OhioGernisaspy
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who 6had been antagoatole to *
li i thr aod compare notes. This met d i o ,OM* q t
. -ot aesauhed A week later. The output of the fatow ii a
mat indaAelf. As a result of these meetings, ell egs to ** toeth
Sr to better e conditions of the factory. The, heads pf paCm meat 901
Sithey ry responsible for the friction that existed, saA 0o01
Sbet to eimlate it. They did so, lubstituting courtem. kid t1'5n
for dect oreer as given out formerly by a boss.
th;e months the factory output Inoreased $28 000. Recently t
m af atysed the results of the five months previous to the time w&e3
this w ork. In certain departments, pleoe workers had Bum
S8I. In the same departments, piece workers tode, aft te yea
Of mstaality, number 188, but they have drawn the same amount of smeom
That the M8 did for the same time. That is the record for the piece wort
era. Now for the time workers. Daring the sme length of time (thm
years). wnd tae same conditions, he found that he had bees able to 1n
C re"as their salaries and wages fifty-two and one-bhalf per ent. His busl
e'- Is lag er tae n It was three years ago. while he employ about one h1:
dred fewer persons to do the work. This has bee I sooomplued on nlA4
bours a day, worlkng ftve and one-half days per week. whereas formerly tO
fotory waerun ten bours a day for six days a week.--Century.


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fb e Infinitely Little.
By OGarrett P. 8ervism.
RH microscope Is making at leat as much -progress as the tele
scope, and some recent achievements in penetrating the world
of the infinitely little are truly astonishing. The bottom hal
not 'been reached in either direction; the universe Is as won
derful on one side as on the other. Height rises above height
and depth lies below depth; everywwhere there is equal perfee
Uon of detail, and no end is visible.
In bh cases progress depends on the manipulation of light The as
tronomer strives to increase the amount of light that his telescope can grasp
dreaming even of glasses eight or ten feet in diameter, and perfect in optica
quality; while on the other hand, the microeoopist tries to bring single lighl
rays under his control, concentrating them upon the object to be examined
in asuc a way that no external illumination can Interfere with distlnctnesl
of vision. He has almost arrived at a point where he can see the molecules
themselves.
But beyond the molecules lie the atoms, and beyond the atoms are the
" unthinkably minute corpuseles and ions, which circle In their tiny orbite with
all the regularity of great planets, and comets speeding round the sun and
S the snrs. In view of what has recently been accomplished, it Ie hardly too
great a ftSat of the Imagination to foretell a time when the atomic systems
themselves will become virtually visible.
Already the minutest living bacteria are made to shine like stars In the
S iloiroaopic field, and thus their structure and their manner of life are re-
Waled.
Objects that are too small to be seen at all directly are rendered visible
by the disk of light that the phenomenon of refraction forms around them.
Lord Ray4el has said that' Isolated objects, separated by a dark line. may
be seen f the line is one-sixteenth, or one-thirty-econd, of a wave-length of
light broad. But a wave-length of light is, at the best, the thirty-thousadth
of an inch long. -. -


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Why Men Are

Born Optimist.
WyMax Nordau.
LOTTERY was Istituted In France, the diet attraction of
whict was a prize of 500,000 francs. Fourteen million of tick-
ets were issued, ot il which ony ope could be a esu fpl
one. Bach purebaer of a tiohet oouequePt"i acquired the four-
teenth millionth part of a probability that the ticket falling to
his lot was the look one.
To diow the value of this fraction I will adduce, an sa-
togy. There are in Wurope about 100,000 millionaires, and probably more
than 6500,000 who possess half a million each. Let us leave the half mall
li oalres out of account and merely take the 100,000 millionaires into ooa.
sideration as a basis for calculaton.
'Now, we may assume that out of every ten millionaire, one is chlldlesi,
without near relations, or at enmity with his family and is disposed to name
as his universal heir some person whose aoqualntance he has duenoed to
S make and who please him.
/- At the present time there are in Europe altogether about 830,000.000 of
l tabitants. It follows, consequently, that for every 32,000 uropeaos there
t. owe lullonaire who to only waiting for an opportunity to bequeath his all
. Uomea or miUlons to one of the ft,000. In reality the proportion is eves
w.. ore avorble In ase cae of a German or an Bnatishman, because In Ger.
the number of mlllon1iree is larger than it Is, for ow.
oan Italy.
B ty that one of us without buibg a ticket will become beir
g tomi aloaaire amounts, therefore, to at least one-thirty-two-tbousaadth,
KIs b -- mee qeatly four hundred and thirtyseven times as great as the other
that the holder of a ticket In the Loterie des Arts would wia
of 600.000 franue; nd If we are willing to limit our deiretr
kms thes probability that south a um will be bestowed upos
AW&b ,41 i ea ely r unknown benefactor, o not eve a related
as s 5 1 Asri tos is as o en as two mu1a
ltha the ~a *ce of w asing as the poqphase of


b Ink speed p the as kow a a the
'*kM seheslrs" stedlet gies. |*w iho beet apKe ,il $a.
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On account of its high altitude,
there is no healthier spot la Florida
t r all the year round or for the via*
to visitors or those who com to
Plordsa on account of health, many
bad this higher altitude, dry sa
balmy air is better than the lower,
more harsh air found l salt water
meUonsL
S. I .elS ss.
SThe priselple busne is to orange
ring S. ioto 400 acres In grev
are here and as this proves pri
ba e, tw tois act uch asmuoS pai
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Se mlesmF reeSatl en.at
S at (etr Mao, Pt4), u* alles les
b- Jeo A Rivr. and about aso It

* Thn tem aass of a l brnali of the
e pot bes t po4 art er of a sne
* therm the o e, wharf.
Adv aes and AttreetionL
an M wide ate th pootsheed r
y d (ntiy of ha ). sidewalks. Beut
tat wagtemaks line both sides o'
st% m eams oe ehod in mazy
Two obulrhes, publio and private
hools,e telegraph, telephone, express,
money order poto Raile, thwa.ree mall
d poty, meat .retuar, two general
* stores, who take orders and deliver
i- m at your door, weekly parer.
Spvantae s incorporated, but on
town taxes hae been cohelleted for
over ten years; the manyothublic im-
movement c rche made by the privh and
1,
S toeneroity of take citizens and pulling
t together. The state and county taxes
Share about 20 mills on about one-third
s valuation.

Good hunting and fishing, deer. tur-
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to ten dol-
lars per week; $.O0 day.
Six thousand people went through
the San $Mateo Fruit Company's grove
here last season.
One of the best advantages 8.
Mateo enjoys is transportation; balg
en both river and rail is an advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. The
past season, for Instanei, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than oongeted and fruit dhip.
ped Irom points down the central
part of thp state was, In some oesee,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
en route to northern marksta, and
did not bring enough to pay freight.
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time. would ship from here one day
and have truit go out of Jacksoaville
on the Clyde ship the noet. This Ut-
tie. matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars toJ the San
Mateo growers and the homeeeker
will do well to bear ia mind traas
portation and cheap rates that eome
with competition, nla selecting a Flor-
Jda locaoiqn.
The population is about 850, who
esm. mostly *from the northern states.
As a class they are men of measp,
progressive and sociable. Have a bed
ter class of homes than oan be found
la any place in the south of Its sise.
The buildings kept palated aid
grounds an good order.
Healthfulness.


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1 4OLSNB 0OR HBAILTH.
W M e gdrtt Mould do
do t t r may acquire Cei l and
g'A e xike 116 doeOt 0o theb waxed floor
4 fa ta llaec, bum on te routa con-
W 4'teor oesa floor of a gymnasium,
S or ev e oh e carpet of a bedroom.
forces the recent furor for artistic
oofo d aW t be galaed suoh an im-
Pt In the last year or two with
Singa Osene, leadora Duncan ani
sttrde Hotaman, our women fan I
I o iwa e beneoft of what is Nclled

S To waits or two step well develops
a swqrign grace and is essential to
*sol-1mooes, but its benefit on the
hbaMh may be questioned. The hour
at whic soetal deanig s done, not
to imation the heated oroo, tight
doesa and rik food late at night,
does not make It a great -health build*
or.
Athletic dancing, on the other hand,
puIldM up the mvecles of the lege, ank-
le and baok, Inoreases the endurance
of the heart and gives the whole
bor more poise and grace. There is
mooh twaying of the boJy and use
of the arms, so that every causele is
brought Into play.
Many of the old folk dances are
adapted to this work and when the
*teps are once learned they can be
~pswticed Imatead of regular gymnastic
exestsee In one's own room. A half
hour of sudh dancing is said to be
equal to a five-mile walk, and it the
wind4iow are thrown open during the
prootAce tare can be no more health-
ful formn of atbletto work for girls.
In getting rid of fleshy bips this
rpnaMthe danoing Is one of the lat-
eat tads, and the woman who suffers
with weak ankles or if she is inclined
to stumble and walk uncertainly will
find It benesecial.
As the muscles of the legs gets more
exercise than those of the upper part
of the body, It Is well to alternate the
dating with dumbbell or wand move-
ments to equatise control of all anus-
ales la the body.-New York Press.
CONSOLATION FOR HOMBIANE 8.


Do you know that ugliness cam bo
prevented or cured? Well, It can be.
In nmot cases usllness is one's own
ault. Homeliness is not hereditary.
it s se fUnade. The most irregular
ftewtres may be beautiful by a glow
of kodly expression.
On t.e other hand, the most per-
feotly formed face may be marred ant
rendered repulelve by the scowl of
greed, vlndlctiveness, envy. The snub
no0o sad smlan msk atf 0Sorates
strike no one as ugly, because of the
Intellect toat shows is every line. Do
not the Preooh talk of a "jolle aide"
-a woman of aeiaatlng planners?
PtimMeUty, we must mark off aI~scus-
d* from the earge of b bs ugly
those roose se betaes id e be evo-
4eae and pleasant peace.
One's face is oe's wn fault. One
ca transform It. if not to beauty, at
S last to attractiveae, by seeing to
It that unthlng shows in it that is
not loveable. One's thoughts. If no.
61 and kind, will In time mold the
Maraments of the outer man or wom-
s, a d make, them kind uad anoe,

S ee ~ral beaut hasl been vast
by the artiste ad poata
at and pots were born.
iA Tof ta maaet ever
weorM bhr* ,as ton e love

. e' II t,b M et e sa heartt bua

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long devotion iMW 1 e
beauty eMt sI l i .ifmW 1m
abut In.-New Hamvees stM.
IAPq VDNINGo H000s.
While A this city te IU--mse bood
for evening has not takes the ples
of the picture bat. It is widely worn
(a New York and other AAmeim
cities.
There were mw years when It was
mid that a PMuladelgbla weman could
be Identified In a eomepoMtaa crowd
**because of the fact tht a* atwO y
went ebreheaded In the Ov&lag.
For several years, however, ahe has
rarely appeoed without a bt. Uke
the rest of the fabhiontble world ase
has submitted to that aMy espries of
wearing a Uke hat to the theatre,
wnhli abe was compiled to ho la in
ter lap though the evening A re .
pitce It, hbphamad, wtitheW be aid
of a mirror.
Ndw one ocasionally sees the toe.
cinetingt evetin hood worn here. but
in New York head covered to ase
way 0e frequent.
Tbhe are worn by those In motor,
in coupes, on subway and In trolleW.
They flil the dressing room at the
opera, at dances and at the restau-
I rants at supper time.
every form of old-fashioned head-
gear seems to have been copied in
these boods. The poke. e cealesh,
the Shaker bonnet, the hood with a
eurtaki back mad a windmil bow in
front, the babyish affair of the Mid-
dlle Ages made of galoon and fur,
are all In fashion.
Flowei trim some of them. lace
trima many, fur bands edge the ma.
jority. They are wired to keep away
from the coiffure and they are inter.
lined witLI wadded satin or cotton bat-
Ung sprinkled with sachet.-IP6ladel.
Obia, Ledger.


Mrs. Anthony Drexel'$ new house
In Grosvenor square, London. has giv-
en no end of trouble to her. It al-
ways is so when people have to
hunt up furniture, tapestries and brie'
a-brac of certain periods so that they
will not (lash with each other. Like
other well'known Amerkoan women ebe
has brought her knowledge of things
artistic to a fine point, and no dealer or
eosmmisalon agent, however enlighten-
ed, can pussle her In regard to what
is genuine and wbat 4u not. The Drex-
ele mean to have their own private
band and propose to have In it only
picked players. The-e are number-
less applkmants for the posts available.
some quite distinguished violiniets de-
siritng to be appointed. It li well
known tht the Drexde pay n :1gn-
oently tor what they want One of
the features at the American mlUlon-
aire's new Grosvenor square meansio
is thoe ute room. whersela I to be
exhibited a unique collection vt =-
5leal lItrumenot& Some prteless
apeclmea no leaer in uem have bWea
obtained by Mrs. Drexel for It. The
usetolawr gallery, wore the baad will
bte statUoed at the bills whioh ma
to be iven during the season, to the
largest in an" private house in Lon*
don. It re*ocks the great marble
stairms Mad the btll.-ew Yost
Pres.
BXDOUINN14D BURNOUS.
It so a eWomNe oocuion with the
lttiated that eolos ar day ad even
ag wear VwI bamOore -omrte an
ever. Many of them are n s-i-*Hmr
pfecful ola desaig ad bave vadetly

waf by eO lmA it thof

Akim a M an am Is
to wear a Oh alo eam* s aW
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Wei Mhinin a
sato" Ua f d tWi eue

M 40t wIm Oeggs eo aM et.
ver.--Phladela Record.

TNRTH TO MATWOR M UWN3.
"At Is quitta bdiW a Mal s VuWY
Won? IVa"am to do e e
artlaW teoo ;n K'tt as l tt ow"

So e pe ole eT y etdw k
tor the British maSuf1cttare- ca arto
Iei teeth maiws bftt In amlora of

Aiy coor. (watetted fMt) tat
tels dients ilke to demand, and at
the shortet motlee; ao that a SonU
ee blMader or a native of i mn my,
If be *ebo0 w lord It ove eblWb
wit1 tMeh to muat isa meO W Wsat
a coqueaMtng mWle his wwold be!
It is 9plsast to know La deau ike
hese of decaying tduastres that art
fleal teeth are ea Important British
export, and tht t am dI of men,
women and tts are eiptroyed In thetr
mmiEsaoture.-Home Talk.

SCHOOL BOOKS RWPAIRD.
It would seem that *he bdbo board
of Bloomfield. N. J., has Inarted a
new oooation for women. The po-
mer two women to thrqogh the eight
ed with tree text books. Bcb DmO-
mtr two women go through the *leut
adeool buildlags of Bloomfeld and
put every book In order. At the end
of the school term the a*ooli re sort-
ed by the teber, grade by grade,
and all needing repair are left In
~reat piles on the ooce floor. The
two repairems take their aatg pot.
awl and neeia and make ihem aIM
as good as new aain before te sum.
mer is over.--New York BLa.
SHB DNOUNOID ADAM.
Mrs. Catherine W. MoCullooh, of
Dvanston, Ill., said to be the only
woman Justice of the peace In this
country, astonished the Society of
Anthropology at a resent meeting by
denaneting Adam as a loafer. SheI
declared that Nve was the mother of
*Ul the arts and sciences and by data
which corrie4 her back to the pal-
aeolithic age she sought to prove tbht
woman was the originator of most of
the good things in the world. At
the end of the meeting she asked for
a vote on woman suffrage, and the
audience, almost to.a man, declared It-
self la flavor of giving votes to wom-
en.-New York Sun.
TM OLDWrT POTMAISTR.L
Mrs. Mary McCoy, wbo was said
to be the oldest postaster a the
country. Mat In her remsilgateo, after
having been in o*e more than for-
ty year at Sheakleyvllle, Pa. She
was appointed by Andrew Johnson aa
his term was drawles to a close, and
for the fret ofew years of her service
brought the mail from Me4vilUoe l
addition to pernormig the other du-
ties of them ooe. Mrs. Me0aoy aa
just -ssa le eobtyoatbh Mrtada
-New York -a. -

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6*ie lione*u.


I tM gon before *twas a stormy anltW
Wh m tise* two little kitten began to
let;
Ie1 old woman seized her sweeping
broom
Aad *wept the two kittens ri t out
of the rooin


The ground was covered with frost
and snow,
And the two little kittens had no-
. where to go;
o ey laid them down on the mat
at the door,
While the old -woman flnshed sweep-
Isg the floor.

Then they both crept In, as quiet as
mice,
All wet 'with now and cold as Iee;
br they Souad It ias better, that

To lie down to sleep, than to quarrel
and flgt.
-eNow York Mall.


SOLOMON.
SCleare me sitting up In bed waite
g,. gaI for the doctor. Be had been idek
Sla fortalot, but now w almosac
w clias"M. M.4eH was down in the
Se ll te g wtha her mother, sad In
a miatue they woid both come up-
I aemf to er. Sfometam the 600tor
;kai a little fit. Yestemay
It wa r nset of tee pretty pllH
homes. Bo wondered If he would
Se save ame for he today.
The 4oor opee, and in came Dr.
s e1, a eaWdout paper held carefumlly
I t one hand.
Toue ever could guess what rve
,* tet you," Ie amd. Ibea he put
Ma eto r, m a Ma b d, amd a wrrod
Ma. ( 6n0odet specinaen a a Mttle
o Nak crw nMt ever you tow.

1 omad bhn by the dde of the roed
Sover tae mountain." samd mhe dootor.
6 t mw be would die there, for hbe
S l't old e seo to, ly, a I e ktt
r brf t inm to y. it e Utve,
Stll Se ro a oe pt, tagoo hbe
Imsat very h me at presMt.
"Oh, I *all just love mB, I know
I Almi" Cl e a*eataoal delItedly.
rMagir arw eCoded a b" a t -ee
u p at her I a w to make thm all
-k, s ad Dr. Bell aMid,--
'*Ot. I daoulda't weooder if be tarn.
ed out to be a regular olomons tor

Neall hIim Boleomo" iedt Otlare.
eM't that be a good amer"
aM soo5lsm it was.
we*d fst, both wise d
M i by the tim Claire was
is well her pet 'was able to fly.
Att thee was talk of dbUpg bkl
om beiot dimel we aeft

.ib ndlW ta Wlly te aM be

*te bt be w, e, to


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brt, and hOe family &hd to *eep
their ms out of *idt. OulomnUy
ste wanted extra mlk, @p they set
a pil out on the stes, dropped the
peatea In, to pay for tae milk, and
pot os the cover. Once or Owlee the
Smoy was missing, and tmen na ity
Solosp was ecai ht carefully taklan
ofr the pell cover sand grabbing the

AI the netIboms knew foloimnt
sad he paid the frequent vidtait but.
whenever he was not wanted, all
they had to do was to rW. o hbaen!"
and off be would firy at once.
Cltire mlamed bit one day. and wond-
ered w t had become of him. He
dUJ not appear fordinner or supper. At
bedtime he had not come, and she fear.
ed her pet had gose forever. The seXt
nalht e was still away;" et before
she went to leop dhe ibead Mas fa.


lmilar "Ow!: caw' a ad a*e jumped
up to open the window. But such a
Solomon! His feathers were rumpled,
and his tall was gone!
Where he had been nobody has ev-
er found out, but for days be seemed
afraid to leave the house. Now be
always returns home by nlabgtfall,
and Clare *-looks forward to having
Solomon for a pet for tiy years to
oome.-Emmbnna C. Dowd, in Zion's Her-
aid.
,WISE TOMMY.-
' Did you ever hear about him? He
was the biggest little philooopher I
ever knew, ayp a writer in Obristian
Work. I do not think tie ever cried;
I never saw him cry. If his sister
found her tulpe all rooted up by her
pet poppy and cried a id aried-as
UtMle grle wig-Tommy was sure to
come around the corner whistMng and
say, "What make ou cry T .Can you
cry a tulp? (Do you think that ev-
ery sob makes a root or a bloissomT
Here! lot's try to right them."
so be pidis up the poor flowers,
pt their roots into the ground again,
whsltling all the time, and oakes the
bed look smooth sad tre&a, and takes
her off to buntA.oss' nests in the barn.
Neither did he do any differently In his
own tioables. One day this great kite
ma nped t string and flew awoy far
out of Lght. Tommy stood till a
moment, and then turned around to
ooie bamrn, whistling a merry tune.
"Why, Tommy," eaid I, "aey you
not orry to loe ibat kiteT"
"T baut what's the use? I can't
take more than a minute to feel bad.
'*Sorry' will not beasg the bite beek,
ad I want to make another."'*
Jut so when be broke hile Ima.
"Poor Tommy!" cried its sister.
"you Maat day say mowoe!"
"I'm not poor, elthr. You ory for
me; I won't have to do It myself,
"Ma I'l have more time to whistle.
BDela, when I gt well, I llaH beat
erey boy In sobool on the multkpMoa-
iton table, for I say it over and over
"on tJ It endies me sepy every
time my leg ades."-n-me Herald.
DUOK.ON.A-ROOK.


MetW 09 7ou boys 91 ly know
Ob JAlY m~obut we wiM deswtbe
It to Soe w"Vo do not.
~OssO a W"rg, roembt ose fo
your "ink." Mm&playu unu have
a Anodi abt a*eriot owe t o 6d
INirmvsaldy. Neod draw a Usne bout
usn vads f*on m th rd'L MOs t
Ma" Iis'es.'Anlievas vww tkout
now me for dock.0" a& they sow.
swe *. seaa Me ~tham bbs eo"
as ws w mk as 6a m .The
-w V" nma ow SWia" lost
ho It" md s p ut bbhif tms as
m*Wowmm at a isst or
06" ow."b eothas Re 5 mw at
MAd tryto %as*ONbof we&
"W' a" sim o"by,$sam i
nm* owe"su in sbka i
i" ow A he nut tr to ck0


fti pore b" UMo to 0 MU& P MGi

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M e Mnte e Then W h0" foe 811

Ge e O at "It." lto mar
to require fmee s owner to ay
fork a6r teown e l a rf It"e bt.
oeat pene bad time to ato up bto
"duckJm" id eatpe erots the Obe
line.
pppoAe, ewevwer, al the pisyes
bavw ailed to aeena of thoe **dwah
It. An te rk. Then tW"y bls all
utt to their stones, a M of neUd beot
come t property of "tr and wo ay
t eir th each ebomer owner to pay
for his stone with a ftevflt
One, for lastance, lay be toM to
"hJel" home-lt s, grasp the toewith
between hl feet and boop eto e whor
t. Another may "om k" the next it.
tane*-4bat is, work It upon one *oot
i by means of the other and Sen kick
, tt acres the home line. Or he may
*heel" It-that is, kick It home with
a bmckwaad kick.
The Iret one who falls to perform
his forfeit must become the next "It."


"IFOR MOTHER."
He was only a mite of a boy, dirty
and ragged and be had stopped for
a little while In one of the city's tree
plaiyrounds to watah a game of ball
between boys of hbi own and a rival
neigborbood. Tatters and grime
were painfully in evidence on every
side, but this little fellow attracted
the attention of a group of visitors.
Sand one of them reaching over the
ctild'se boulder as he sat on the
ground, gave him a luscious goklen
peer. The boy's eyes sparkled, but
the eyes were the only thank s he
looked back to see from whence the
gift had come, and then turned his
fee away again. too shy or too mutd
estolied to speak. But from that
time on his attention was 61vided be-
tween the gene and his treasure. He
patted the pear; he looked at it; and
at Meat, as if to assure himself that
it was as delicious as it appeared,
be IMted It to hi lips and ofutfonle
bit out a tiny piece near ft stern.
Then with a long sigh of eatiafaction
and amurance, he tucked the prise
safely hide his dirty !tttle blou-se
"Why don't you eat It. Tony?" doe-
manded a watchful eoquamintane.
"*EMt It? AM myself? Ain't I savin'
it for mother'
The tone, with ks inglinr of re-
eentmiet and loialty, made father
speech unnecessary. Whatever Tony
ladced, and It seemed to te nearly
*verylinag, he had learned bwtmcnlty's
lotlet lesson; he bad another demw
er than self, and knew the Joy of mea
rtSoe.-Home Herald.
I MY DOG BUSTR.
Perkp1 -you would like me to teU
you about my dog. He Is a very big
dog, and hise name is Sutter. My salter
living about four blocks fhom me, hap.
pMed one day to have Buster up at
her bouse. She wanted my mother to
come over to luohooon and could not
leaves the house, she expected
eometing by ezpress, so he wrote
a note, tied It on Buster's colCt sand
told him to take Mei note rolet bome
to enamma. He turned around and
koked up at her. as it to ay the did
not want to go. But sie made hiem o.
Off hbe trotted ith tis tail between
hie le, ema hear ad whned at
the door. Mr mother opened It and
saw the note on hi neck. She took
It of, rsd Jt. and told im be was a
goo doM. Wer eafoe that Ume be
hem tken notes back and torth.-T6-u
man Stahk, In the New York Tribune.
%lme giortatlon of lvttu ts Oeer
m y w slamemed or a abort time
o2ly by the 4nrne of the duty bots
3S0 m=,te to TOO msrb.

The lfet boek rated Into the Unit,
ed StatM wa eaUUed "The Feeem
oneI."


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NMtatel Bank SlldlngI Palatlk, FI&

JOHN I. MARSHALL,

Attorney At Law,

FPr*t treet, Palatka, Fla. Orange
ravee for sale.

DR. W. H. ROSENBERGQ

DENTIST.

Office Over the Kennerly.

HENRY STRUNZ,

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 St.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


M. I. COXE,
Attorney At Law,
Office In Court House, Palatka, Fla.

J. N. BLACK WELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
Okeo rroat Itreet, Opplto Putaam

PALSATKA *. . PLORIDA


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

M. Babel & Sons,
Establish In
1856. LOUISVILLE. KY.
"Over half a Century in Inul.ville."
WE ARE DEALERS IN ABOVE, not
commwlsion merchants. Reference:
Any bank In Louisville.
Write for Weekly price limt.
Write for wool bags and ship us
your wool.
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MISS KATE L. LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,
MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,


Notions', ladies', mlsses' and chil-
dren's summer underwear.
Ladies' silk gloves.
Laces, embroidery, collars. belts and
the latest styles in spring hats and
bomfasts.
experienced trimmer and designer
employed. Prices right. Batisfaction
usarteed.

Da is are sAe f aas d&mSe'o
as everlastag hesitedUss.


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S. its ptrcas. The lock wa made In
t Ite Ohio town by a crippled work
ai who spent four years I Its on.
s trctnto and whose only tools were
a scroi soaw, a Jack knife ard a
file.


"I have Just returned from the
West, where I board of the clock, and
after an Inspection of it offered to
,uro ase or lease it. The offer met
with ft orable consideration and I ex.
peCt to have it here soon," said the
Manager. It is twelve feet four inches
wide and twenty-nine inches deep.
One large dial gives the standard
time, while directly beneath it is a
dial which shows the changes of the
moon and gives the Government
weather indications fcr twenty-four
hours In advance.
"By watching the cloek one sees
hpndscww pictures of the ships In the
United States Navy pan behind a
glass. The History of Christ is shown
from the nativity to the ascension by
pictures painted by the maker.
"'An Interesting feature of the clock
is a miniature Niagara falls, with
real water, the color of which appears
to change. Just below is an electrle
foutain and an arch w mih produce
t beautiful effect. Plag appear on
state lan front of the dial and Indicates
the kind of weather expected t renty-
four boour in advance. The weather
reports are produced by a -thermome-
ter, a barometer, a hydro1ueter, a
spirit level and a compass arranged on
the front of the clock.
The front of the dock it lighted by
fifty small electric lights, thirty-five
of which are Sarru.ed around the Nl-
araga Falls and electric arch. The
history of the United States from the
landing of olunbus to the present
time is shoWn by ninety-six paintings
attached to ribbon 108 .eet long,
which is moved by electricity. When
the look strikes the hour the fAgure
of Uncle Barn and the GoddEss of Lib-
erty past out of an electric elevator
on one Ide, down a stairway, around
the base of the e iniatue eatraot and
electric fountain to the other side,
MUre they ascend another stairway
an a enter anofr elevator. A man-
ute' after the hour strikes fifty lights
appear around the dial and a mulscal
-tNhot Is brought Into play., send
ltg forth de0ightful air At the half-
hour the cathedral gongs trikes ce
*ad the miala attachment is started
"Asn Iualutedt picture on one aide
Sthe dial shows Washington crossing
Ae Deaware with his army. Three
teA ame portrayed with Washington
Jmdinlg nl the first one. This scene
i 1qpeated every hour and forty min.
_it. Oher mlminated ptetures, wy&lh
4 -o petodoualy, show the old bat. -
-Ma, both before d after r
-ut -Ito i M HavuaHTaft
e t k of th oes td o d A
L M4e's Prayer, Islaid wth
e"00.. lW ofe Amer-

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S0osa8e Uons. The e omer t is obtalsed
from as ordinary olectri lItht m**
The look will be fet up In te mai
drawing room of t e hotel


A Hundred Billion Feet. of Lumber
Available About Co e Bay.
The vasta quetity of standing ti
ber in the Coos Bay country aA
acmacely be realised for there is prob.
ably not another place In the World
where son mue Utimber In found near
a sne harbor affording manufaeturlng
and shipping advantages.
It is estimated that within a radius
of sixty or seventy miles from Coos
Bay and o loaded that the barbr
Is a natural outlet there Is something'
like a hundred billion feet of standlna
timber-that is. about-one-third of the
standing timber In Oregof and one-
tenth of that in the entire Ualted
States is here.
The principal variety is fir intermix.
ed with spruce, red cedar and the
Port Orford or Coos Bay white cedar,.
whioh is very valuable in ship building
or wherever the lumber is to be sub-
jected to the action of water. There
are also maple, ash, alder and myrtle,
the latter admitting of a beautiful
polish and being expensively used for
furniture and residence fittings.-Na.
tonal Magazine.


Revising a Sonnet to Gladys.
The minor poet, having caught tft!
Crat glimpse of his bride in dishabMile,
turned with a sigh to his new son-
net "To Gladsome Gladys" and chang-
ed the first line. "O golden strands
of beir that luff sad puff." to "0 hair,
all golden but the roots!"
Taking another squint, he found \
necessary to revise the line, "The eye-N
brow of my queen is love's own
down," to "The eyebrow of my love
comes In tn tubes."
After the next glimpse, he changed
the line "Her cheeks are the gift of
the sunbeams" to "Her cheeks are four
layers deep." and the line "Gladys
was molded by the eun, the 'wind an I
the sea" to "Glaftys Is padded here
and there and in other places." Final-
ly, with much groaning of spirit be
found it necessary to omit the lines-
".My love is made of cause and moon-
Dfams; and oft I fear that she dis-
Paives, drifting ethereafly about from
cloud to cloud," and substitute these.
"Yes, Gladys is composed of equil
portions of horsehair, wire netting.
carriage-peant, cotton-wadding and the
switches of all nations; and oft I
tfar that, hiking down the pike in
rdintime. Daniel, or swinging by the
strap In Brooklyn street .ars, from
the Bridge to 'sat New York, my
love will melt into a rainbow-colored
puddle, or crumble into a mess of de-
bris like the streets of stricken, dead
Mesutna"
After that, 'he sold the poem, which
had been originally Intended for "Tho
Atlantic Montly," to this paper, for
twenty-five dollars.-From- Puck.
WaIting Her Chance.
"But," pleads the ardeMt young all.
lohalre. who ha" secured the license
M marry the beautiful ghoru girl,
whty should we postpone our Qw.
tage or two weeks? We oaa-ust as
well Ma' saMeon to the nlalster, have
he ere ay peroried ad start on
Ow ,aSw--18 "
t leh all ria g ra&m where ye.
"0 ,e late"wph0 WAR. *,W I
M1Mtl eea scM" a lecb fWo pres
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THIS BIG- STOCK REINFORCED WITH MrLL SHIPMENT WILL BE
HANDED OUT TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS VICINITY AT'"ACTORY
PRICES.
EVERYBODY KNOWS THE EARNEST COMPANY'S REPUTATION
FOR SELLING ONLY 4000 MERCHANDISE, AND THEY PERSONAL-
LY GUARANTEE EVERYTHING OPPERED.
THE WAN FROM THE MILL COMES TO SELL THE GOODS AND
MAKES FACTORY PRICES ON ALL THE EARNEST COMPANY'S 8Q9
STOCK. &


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MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, SHIRT WAIST, SPRI40 SUITS, SKIRTS, HO-
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