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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: June 26, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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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. 36. SAN MATEO, FLA., JUNE 26, 1909. Pablishld eIly, $1.00 a Tear.


SNews of the Week
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Local Weather Report.

TEMPRRATUIR:


June 19,-Min.... 71.
20.- 70.
21.- "l ....60.
S22,- .... 69.
'' 28,- ..68.
24,- ..68.
26,- ....71.


Max.... 93.

"k ... W0.

12.
... 94.
t" .... 90.


Miss Addle Bailey was transacting
business in Palatka to-day.
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Messrs. Rogero and J. A. Turner
spent Monday in the Ancient City.

San Mateo and Federal Point play
ball at Federal Point next Saturday.

Sarah Wilson, and old-time Sat-
Mateo darkle was visiting here this
week.
Several cars of cypress lumber
have been shipped (rom here this
week by the Taylor imIll.

Mr. A. T. Squier and son and Mrs.
Walmsley, of Palatka, were recent
visitors to St. Petersburg.

About two acres of the Fruit Co.s'
shed fell Monday night. The wreck-
age is being cleared this week.

0. W. Lyle, Miss Lyle and Miss
Robinson leave to-morrow for Wor-
cester, N. Y., to be absent three.
months.
The thanks of the traveling public
Is due J. H. Yelverton, Jr., for the
beneh placed at Water St., station at
Palatka.
Messrs. S. Tilton, W. Tilton, R.
Turner, Tailor, and Proctor were in
the Oem City today on business
bent.

Mr. A. D. Curry shipped a oar of
telephone poles to Palm Beach to-
day. They were out Just north of
San Mateo.

Mise May Crosby and Ralph left
Thursday tor Maine. They first go
to Farmingtou for a visit and then to
North Ilesboro on Penobsoot Bay. I

The Board of Bond Trustees for
Putuam County have been selected
tbe CoutyI Oommissiouers, boa
uot y appolated They are Messrs.
V. .4 5 N. Walton, of
L A. Croby, of Nan


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San Mateo baseball team, colored,
crossed bats with the Hastings
team at Hastings Thursday. TheI
score was 22 to 6 in favor of San
Mateo.
W. M. Williams and three metn
were here yesterday walk ing t h roigh
the country from Welaka. They
were figuring on the hard road prop-
osition from San Mateo across the,
ere~k. -
M. D. Smith, of Nashville, III.,
and W. S. Campbell, of Ashley, III.,
were here on Monday. Mr. C(amp-
bell owns some land near Mr. E. W.
Clarks and says lie will have it im-
proved and will set out an orange
grove. o

Basket picnic and baseball game
at Federal Point Saturday, July 8.
Suppers will also be sold under the
management of the Ladies' Village
Improvement Associatf.n. Good
music and dancing. A regular 4th
of July celebration on July 3d.

The new cottage being built at
East PalaNLa by Mrs. M. Hanna is
nearing.comIpletion. It will be oc-
cupled by.Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Hous-
ton, who were married at Mayport
last week. Mr. Houston is the pop-
ular station agent at East Paiatka.

S. W. Rowley returned Friday
from Washington, I). C.. where he
was an interested spectator of Sen-
ator Taliaferro's plucky fight for thle
Florida pineapple growers and lmn-
bermen. He characterizes Senators
Tallaferro and Fletcher as big unoni
among the biggest men in the U. S.
Senate.

Capt. H. R. Lyle reached Halifax,
N. 8., from Boston last Sunday. He
writes: "The temperature is 85 tts
morutng. The air is worth 10e a
breath. Halifax is an old city and
very interesting, will be here a week
or more then go to Cape Breton and
Prince Eward Island. A4i gaining
and feel fine."

Mr. A. Bailey Is now in Albany,
N. Y,, note from him advises us of
the death of Rev. D. W. Dayton at
his Rensselaer, N. Y., home on June
U. Dr. Dayton occupied the pulpit
here a year ago last winter and the
Jolly little man made many friends
that will be grieved to hear of his
demise. Dr. Dayton was 88 years
old. He received his license in lo4
and has been on the supernumerary
list sinee l01.. e was taken Ill
while preaching at t Plain, N. Y.,
last November anud never recovered.
He leaves a widow, two daughters
and two eri.


The Jury in the Sellers murder
trial brought in their verdict this
morning after being out from 3
o'clock Fiday evening. The verdict
was murder in the first degree with
a recommendation to the mnerc(y of
the Cou(rt. The verdict applies to
hoth 1). M. D)avidson and J. M. Kel-
ly.

Talimpa has beein selected for t he
headquarters of the Florida Citrus
Exchange. 'The Item Ibelieves it a
mistake and that Jacksonville is the
only place for headquarters with a
branch at Tanlmpa. However the in-
(Icementst offered by Tanipa are
certainly worth while. TICe. ('all-
foris ia ales ntanager has been it-
cured at a salary of only 7TNI 00 pIer
month and as organizer a Mrs. HReld
hal also been secured from Cali-
fornia.
Of all the rotten talk the Item will
recommend the Tinmes-Union's ed
itorial, "A (Good Democratic Duty,"
to our pineapple growers on the East
Coast, especially. Does thle Times-
Union think the pineapple growers
of Florida wanted a duty put on
Cuban pines for the revenue it would
givo Uncle Sain? Not by a blamed
sight! They wanted this duty for
protection-for protection, pure and
si nple. The Lord knows they need-
ed it if anything in this county need-
ed protection, and the raise secured
by Senator Taliaferro from 14c Lo
32c per crate will help soioe.

'Th' baseball game between Palat-
ka and St. Augustine Thursday af-
ternoon at Palatka resulted in a vic-
tory for the Palatka boys by a score
of 12 to 7. At the end of the 7th in-
nling the score was 5 to 3 in favor of
the visitors. It looked bad for Pa-
latka. In the 8th Palatka got busy
and four men crossed the plate,
while St. Augustine failed to 4eore.
In the 9th Palatka got 5 more tallies
and St. Augustine 2. The game was
a good, clean exhibition, except for
Canova's work at 8d base. While
running for the base he evidently
tried and did throw the baseman
over his head by diving between his
legs and getting up. Umpire Leeks
gave good satisfaction to both sides
and there was no squabbling over
any decision. Rah for Palatka!
FOR 8ALE.-Launch 868x6o, Ift.
draft; 12 h. p. Uray motor; clutch,
reverse gear; glass cabin; toilet.
10 msles. Launched In January,
cost $1900. Will take ($00 for quick
pale. Boat at Jacksonville. Write
1. A. COoeaY, San Mateo, Fla.

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FOR SALE.
Putnam County Poor Farm.
Tihe Board of County Commlis-
sioners will entertain propositions
for the sale of tilh PUtilnamll County
Poor Farm.
This Farm consists of Eighty [80]
aeres of rich hummock and muck
land.4 situated I miles from Flora-
hoime; about eight acres of Pecan
trre.s; fn 1 tock nr nge.; good two-
story reslildice and barn.
Thli is an ideal situation for a
lionll. 1and is well adapted to the
growth of fruits, of which tOlwnre aie,
somIe fliie spciiei' onil the place;
about forty aer.Is under I r elitivation
prt-sInI year, with fences in good re-
pl Ir'
For further liforniatlion l spily to
('Co.. ('Com11 sioner T. J. togerm,
Putnam Hall, Fin., or
H IKNIVy H I'T'i NsON,
Clerk Circuit Court, Palatkn, Fla.

MEN ANI) WOMEN AGENTS
WANTED)
to handle remarkable imoney-getter.
Eamy to sell. Repeat orders at al-
most every house. Write quickly.
PUTNAM I MK'ANTII. Co.,
5-22-4t Box 156,. 'aatka. Fla.


Plank's Chiill Tonic for Ma-
laria, Ciiills. Fever, Colhi and
la(Urippe. (Guaranteed to cure
or moneily refuinded. hSold by
H. W. Itowley, Sail Mateo. 4-17



WalthamW

or Elgin mI atces
at Pricee never before hiearat of. Ful-
Iv Warranted. (.entilne Elgin of
A'althian Watches, solid nickel, dust
proof case, stem wind, steim net,open
face, sent byv mall, post paid. for


Money returned if not as represent.
ed. Supply limited at this price.
MENDI ORIICitI TO

CHAS. E. ROWTON
Palatka, Florida
BUe ereaos: Kalt Florida avinK&a Trust Co.,
or Pumam Naliomal Bank, Palalka.
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Cypress Shingles for

Weather Boarding
Every House in Florida
should be weather boarded
with "Tilghman's" 6xzo 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.


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and All Florida Products.


GE OT IN TOUCH WITH US. WE HAVE IXCE
FOR HANDLING PAN6Y FRUIT, VEGETABLES
WRITE OR WIRE FOR MARKET.
RUBBER STAMP ON APPLICATION.
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Transportation Lines.


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Manufactured In Jacksonville.


Come to San Mateo and spend the winter out of doors, and you
If you want to reot a opttas*, write us; we have them furnished,
ready tb move nla. Byrlyn Place. (see advertisement In this paper)
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Stockholders Liability
Aotual security to depoitors


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National anb i a ortdas. and No. .487 In the whole
United States, among over saztyi-elt hundred National

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Manlove Self-Opening Gate O" oD.".
For any driveway or posts. Open*.
ed by any vehicle without assist
ance or stopping. Easily opened by
Sand, on toot or horseback, and
Sever stands unfastened. Cannot
be opened by any stock. With full
control of reins and teams, ac6i*
dents are avoided. The machia.
cry is all above ground, and so
simple it never gets out of order.
Satisfaction or no sale. It adds
tO 1y, envenui. ,,* and safety of any bome.
MAN1IOVE CATE CO., 0NICA6o, ILL.
STETSON SHOES POR MEN.
QUEEN QUALITY & AMERICAN
GIRL SHOES FOR LADIES.
A full line of Shoes for Boys, Misses & Childres
CITY SHOE STORE.


HERBERT CROOK, Prop.

"WONDERLAND
THE ATRE
When in Palatks. don't Fall to visit the Wonderland
Theatre. The MOVING PICTURE SHOW of quality.
Entire change of programme eaoh night.
Admission ioc. Children 5-c.
Smith'soa nme-Made Candy-AM Ka
Chocolates, Bon-Bous, Kisses,
. uvnROUP, TAFFP AUM MXTURS..

RNvea CTAOTOMAe 4 TOBACCO, TO, ALSO CARRY FULL IUN
op MUYLsRe OANDIS&. .
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NBW YORK.
Strong,. Liberal, Prompt
Sead Pstdtal o Rates and Particulamt.

G. Loper Bailey, Mgr.
Palatka, Fla.



Look for Trade Mark on Crown and Label.
The Most Healthful and Refreshing Drink.


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Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.


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FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES
Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.


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,.. ., d T aa tSi Town ConS .
a I 5m ta City, Floria, thatm
S Ir bewts approprlaeoas tor tbe
rea 1909 be and hereby ar author.
I9 staet Improvement .i00.00
FOr drk's salary .. .. .. .. 50.00
S IMtoMdental running eoz.
i9soso' 50000
Pase in open council this 5th dap
oi June, 1909.
J. A. CR0SBY, President Council
Att: HAROLD W. HILIB, Clerk.
AJprved June 8th, 1909:
J. B. ROWLNY, Mayor. (Seal.)


T qe qestia Sea eatlees
thoa wome do or whet they buy
mor *ooemially is suited to a COLLEGE AQAOC V.MYP O4 WU pRK tOa
writer ia Health Culture by a .om FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC ANO INDUSTRIAL ARTS, .
paIton of the grocery bills run up AND BSUSINN L
by\mne students and bachelor girls Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed; oleo
who hive clubbed together for the tric lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health
purpose of cutting down expenses. conditionR; fine gymnasium, athletic fields, boating, tennis courts,
In every ease In whieh tables for "golf links, baseball, football and bask etball tenaq champions of
comparleon are given the med's menu Florida in 1909. Nearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment;
for the week costs less than that of expenses moderate; scholarships available; Christian but undeo-
the women. Both seem to bate re. nominational; stands for
duced the foodallcwance to the low.* ChaxaOte', CultuX. Conduct
eat possible termsbutIn footing upl e e sd
the ount spent thewomen have run Fo CatalogueAddre th P nt
into certain extravagance avoided by I W n,. F. Blackman, Ph.D., Pa
the men. led nquirr
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1N 0 FINANCE FIXING
AMOUNT OF COMPENSA.
TION FOR TOWN CLERK
Be It ordained by the Town Council
om San Mateo City, Florida, That the
Mumpefsation of the town clerk, who
is ea-oielo treasurer, tax assessor
uad tax collector, shall be fifty dol.
Iarn ($60.00) per annum.
Passed In open council this 6th day
of June; 1909.
J. A. CROSBY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved June 8th, 1909:
J. S. ROWLEY, Mayor. (Seal.)
Stf

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
BONDING OF
TOWN CLERK

.B it ordained by the Town Council
of San Mateo City, Florida, That the
town clerk shall be'mad hereby is re-
qulred to give bond for the proper*
and faithful performance of his oml*-
al acts la.the sum of four hundred
dollar (1400.00).
Passed In open. council this 5th day
of June, 1909.
J. A. CROBY, President Council.
Attet: HAROLD W. HILLS, ClerEt
Approved June 8th, 1909:
J. 8. ROWLAY, Mayor. (Seal.)
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AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
FOR COLLECTION OF
TAXES FOR YEAR


1900


Be it ordained by the Town Coun-
cUl of Ban Mateo City, Florida, That
the taW collector be and hereby is di-
rected to colleot the town tax for the
year 1909, A. D., as soon as tile as-
seament roll shall be furnished him
by the assessor.
Passed nl open council this 5th of
June, 1909:
J. A. CROSBY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved June 8th, 1909:
J. S. ROWLKY, Mayor. (Seal.)
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SAN ORDINANCE PRO-
; VIDING FOR LEVY OF
TAX RATE FOR YEAR
1000 AND FIXING
I RATa OF MILLAGE

Be It ordadied by the Town Council
(0* Sea Matdo City, Fla., That the rate
9 teatlon for Ae year 1909, A. D..
i hiNl he Ten Mills; and,
e. It further ordained, That the
w aseesaor be and hereby is dl-
go"ta to assess all real and personal
1 gMy witthia the ltalimits of the town
Mateo at the rate of Tean Mills
t eMt In open council this 5th day

K.@OSIOST, President Coonell.
UAMb&L W. HIALI, Clerk.

1? LBU Mayor. (Seal.)



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"women really don't know how to
aobO, after all, but the more likely
supposltlon is that no matter how
strict the regimen the feminine na-
ture requires certain luxuries that
mere man can get along without."
Findlpg Lost Money.
Here is an amusing story of a pro.
vincial railway station waiting room.
The other day the imperturbable calm
which characterizes the occupants of
such an apartment was disturbed by
the metallic ring upon the floor of a
dropped coin. Nobody betrayed con-
sciousness of having dropped it, but
everybody began furtively to look for
it.- All was ellence until a lachry-
mose Individual who had been grMpp-
ing in a dark corner, and had at
last apparently found something, in.
quired in plaintive tones. "Has any
one dropped a half sovereign?"
Then there was a choru .. match-
less both for simultaneousness a d
spontaneity, of "Yes, I have!" At
last a dozen persons seemed to havT
lost that half souvreign,
"Well," drawled the dolorous indi-
vidual. "I'v.e just found a halfpenny
of, It. so we may as well continue the
search for the remainder."-Tit-Bits.
Fear of Premature Burial.
The fear of premature burial, which
prompted the late Lord Burton to
direct by his will that his heart should
be removed from his body, has caus-
ed many well-known men and women
to order a surgical operation to be
performed upon their bodies. Har
riet Martineau left her doctor 10 to
amputate her head, and Lady Burton
directed that her heart should be
pierced with a needle. The late Ed-
umqnd Yates left Instructions that h!a
jugular vein should be severed, with
a provision that a fee of 20 guineas
should be paid for the purpose. Lit-
erary persons appear to have been
particularly afraid of premature
burial. Bishop Berkeley, Lord Lytton,
Hans Andersen and Wilkie Collins all
t6ok measures, to protest themselves
from it.-Westminster Gazette.
Taking Advice.
Father-dMy son. you are fortunate
enough to have a comfortable college
room. Then, there are fine lecture
halls and Memorial. Bee that you take
plenty of sleep, that you tackle the
courses you take* with determination,
and that you eat wisely.
Son-Right you are, dad. You see
It works this way-At my comfort-
able room, I eat; at the fine lecture
hall, I shop; and at Memorial, I
tackle the courses.-The Harvard
Laimoon.
Girls attending the lakeview High
School In Chicago receive lessoas in
the art of Jumping from a moving ear.
A platform on wheels representing
the runial aboard of a street ear ts
used.
Miaaseqts has 1,000,000,000 feet of
meobastable Utimber, according to
Genersi C. C. Andrews, tate oreq.
try O(lmlnonaer. Its 19,00,00W
s ef Wtll mbered pe lalid it
emeu to supply the eatry with
p-lp weoo dtr S- ,ets. --.
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SEEDS


-- LABOR WORLD.


TTnder the law of Franee, passed In
S1881, trade unions have the right to
strike if they register as labor organ.
lzaJt ons.
The attempts of the French Gov-
ernment to compel the elementary
teachers to withdraw from the trades
councils failed.
Wages of the Cleveland (England),
Ironstone miners have been settled.
and there Is to be a reduction of one.
half of one per cent.
The Scottjsh Coal Mine Owners' As.
soclation has lodged with the Miners'
Federation a claim for a reduction in
wages of twelve and one-4alt per
A new union of drug mixers and
makers has been organized in Minne.
apolis, Minn., and will receive a char-
ter from tre American Federation of
Labor.
Winnipeg (Manitoba) electric
street railway offers an increase of
one cent an hour to employes who
have been twenty-fve years in their
service.
Lynn (Mass.) Central Labor Union
recently decided that it was time for
the organization to go into politics,
and it is probable that the union will
push a vigorous campaign. >
The referendum vote t#ken in the
Plumbers' Union on the proposition to
pay a funeral benefit to a member on
the death of his wife was defeated,
not receiving the required two-thirds
vote.
The eight-heour work day assess-
ment of the Bookbinders' Union has
been reduced to one and one-half er
cent. for men working at tfe trade,
and abolished as to the bindery
women,
A dispute is threatening In the cab.
faet-making and Joinery trade ip
Westphalia and Rhineland, Germany,
where the Employers' Association is
trying to enforce a fla per cent. re.
ductlon.


To Find Peace.
Qtve me good work to do, that I
may forget myself and find peace in
doing It for Thee. Though I am
poor, send. me to carry some gift to
thoes who are poorer, some cheer to
thae who are more lonely.-Henry
Van Dyke.

God*s Hebitatio .-
A quiet state of mind, a state o
mind free from Its own troubled Im*
aitawA aI ooeratiess, Is God's habe
Itatln, H Inward Mkindom aOd te.
pla-wRauyaereke.

Sone people's Idea of belan selh-
orly is balngI Intimate enough
terms 40 Iwoeww .


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1A4ee, SeMr theet eaor of WoodwMe
trne.e sad the car Was" tinudatit
SJilled. Another car, eeal p be-
Sthe oar off the track, attempted
to lp the derailed ear, md the black
ear ran across the track again and
the second car was derailed.
The passengers on the two care atr-
tribtuted the remarkable double 'acct-
dent to the black eat, which was be-
S leved 'to be an omen of bad luck.
r iThe street car men went to work
to get the two cars back on the track.
Sbut It took so long a time that car
after cir rolled up and stopped until
a long line of halted cars was form.
The black cat sat on the sidewalk
S li watched the performance.
Something. will have tA be done."
If remarked one of the superstitious pas-
sengers, "to offset the hoodoo of the
,black cat before the blockade I re.-
moved."
Cars continued to roll up and bo-
lated passengers began to count them.
Stere were four, five, six, seven,
eight, nine. ten. eleven, twelve. Still
the two derailed cars could not be
moved.
Then came ono more ear, whlch
made number 13.
"Now. we are all right.' exclaimed
the superstitious passenger. "for an',
tnlucky number will offset the other."
Sure enough, just as the thirteenth
tcar came up the two derailed cars
were jumped back on the track and
the blockade was removed.
After the thirteenth car came in
1g1ht the black cat got up, ran off and
disappeared in the darkness.-Atlanta
Constitution.
A House Built In a Day.
Out in East St. Louli an attractive
one-story frame cottage has won con-
siderable renown, and will no doubt
go down In history as the house that
was built In half a day.
Thls feat was the result of a whim
of a bride. A little before 7 o'clock
In the morning of a recent day, the
lot where the house was to be built
was filled with weeds, and there wa.
no lumber, stone, or any other build-
ing material. As the whistles blew
at I o'clock, however, loads of ma-
t#rial and hordes of workmen arriv-
ed at the corner of Harding and For.
est streets, and the work was begun.
The contractor led the procession,
and he was followed by sixty work-
men who represented all the trades
required to construct the (ottage. llls
greatest problem wa: to see that the
men did not get In each other's way.
** This he succeFatully managed, some
bow, and through his perfect organ-
ization no falte move was made nor
one minute of time wasted. At eaact-
ly '1 o'clock in the evening-Juit
twelve hour. later-the $2,000 house
was finished. It contains four rooms.
bathroom, a reception hall, a front
yorch, and a back stoop. The walls
ere painted light green, with white
trimmings. The foundation Is of con-
crete blocks and its roof is pointed
and of good architectural lines. All
the woodwork within and without is
of cypress, and the house really prt-
sents a most attractive appearance.-
S success.


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The result of 17 year experience as bflider of IOII-GRADN FRU IT GRADERS. A perfect Grader, easy
t operate, cannot bruise the fruit, cannot clog in the machine, lightest r running and most up to date machlae
s the market. Special Packtng House Machinery built to order, Supplies, Equipment, Etc. Write me he
a7nylng you want Nothing too small to receive my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to ords
fhr ploes and circulars write the Inventor and manufacturer.


EDW. N. MAULL, Palatka, Florida, U. 8. A.
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Tickets on sale from Jacksonville every
Monday and Thursday beginning with June
17th, up to August 30th, with final return
limit September 30th.

Stop overs allowed on these tickets at
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore and Phil-
adelphia.

Reduced rates to other summer resorts.

For information, rates, reservations, etc.,
call on or write to


A.


W. FRITOT, Div. Pass. Agt.
138 BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


King Edward's Many Suits.
Some one hms said that King El-
ward never wears the same suait
twice. This is an exaggeration. The
King exchanges his attire about three
times a day, and consequently wou'd
need more than a thousand new suits
a year, costing something like $50,000,
If such a story were true. As a mat-
I.n ter of fact, he orders about thirty
new suits every year, and at Bucking.
Sham Palace, Windsor Castle and Band.
Srtnlamn he keeps a stock of about
two hundred.-Dies Mloies Tribune.
I: Just to Illustrate.


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yQU SSOf 1, bflaulchild
Nos so ..ueIg.. so uCm~d
so segal.so drsejsg. So ai ,.
a.so easy.so bhowaftssaid saimt soni ma'himsery; sorig
4v oat' o tirk. sotbasg to I* getting out 4 13.
Nut effected by drafttani or devp *". aleo.s'c, re.r Always
vudy for*&@ee ard will lsaviahfe-t'm.. AnvmoejloE ianl
oily, 4diaty soid sbeeproos. If tb.'. Is Do Ages& in
your 9oatiy. plase wite d~y M4Vu abas la&,
009 9. U5sYj v. SMSirSof

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Mr. H. Peck-Life la full of con.
tradimtos.
Mrs. P.-Aad I say it isn't.--blla-
oAh"s Mtar.


50,000 PECAN TREES
FOR SALE.
'Write me for one. of my new books
on Pecan Culture.
Bly sending ine fifty cnts I will
send you a box of Pecans" of (liffer
ent varieties. Yours truly,
C. A. YANCEY,
li* mkle, La.
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X IL. About 40t acres, swuc uLi
b U 1 A, Cenoed and eultivao&J. H'W .e
1 ao@t 1 ooms, obarn, etc., witailtn t4
)M t d pestosmtc ant depot. A bai
S ia t $M# 0.00. Terms U de4.rod.
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cottage, two bed rooms, kttcbe, din.
*g room and large living room, about
two aores land recently set out in or.
anga trpes, nicely situated in center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
ale. Photo.
4, C. 8,00 acres, river 8 sides, It
8. eme side, fence 1 mile. Would tfnoc
Sall. For cattle ranch, con,dat bee
beat. Has 2 million feet pine, 1 1-2
lUllea press, 8 million 00t at ash,
gu, hickory, maple, magnolia, etc.
ood wharf, 8-room house and fann
About A. Under fence. The pncek
$5.00'an acre. If you mean business
tmM and me this.
Stock for sale In a stock company
that is growing oranges and grape.
fruit. Started business five years
ago and from 2 per cent paid the let
year the stock paid 10 per cent the
4th year. Shares are $100 each. Send
for booklet.

Ko. S.L PlneaIle lands In Dade
county, on railroad. 6 aore lots, $20
per asore. If you want puieapp)e land
or a pinery lseady la bearing, write

41. A pretty little grove with fine
location for house on river bank,
About five hundred boxei fruit this
season Wharf on the property and
new packing house.


48-acre tract, one of the beat In an
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, feases not In best of
shape, smaU house and packi U bouse.


Write Us..


No. 109. 20-room house.. oest over
$3,500.00 to build. 85 aIres lad.
peach trees, 200 young orange
trees. Barn. Nice location; shelled
street and sidewalk on front. Prife
$4,500.00. A good openly flor soae
-w to make expenses by taUk
boarders while fruit trees a om=lI
Inio bearing. Easy terms. Photo.
No. 9-4.$00 so es land sritabte to-
eattle ranch; some of the Ctest grM
des land, small oannge grove, fiowit4
wells of pure water, fronting on 98
hbua river with Flori44a KaNt Cao
Iallway running through the propeto
Ask the pries.
Do you want an Interest In bearlne
esngo4 grove? No better Investmen'
b Florida. Write for partiUelar*, e
MatOe of profits, expenses, etc.
a-
Duy your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It eos~s less
than to go farther south and then come
back.

Building loti a Igood 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 price you would want to pa)
for a place and we will write you
aboAt 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, bought 10
acres of land for $500, had it set out
to oranges and grapefruit;. and before
he left in spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his ex-
penses for the winter. He refused to
sell.


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2hay e 9l to thlak that after the
amrop Is e, the trees am ong to m-
ture It some way ad anything they
ean save a faertillser Is elear gain,
bet actual res tsrwe that a sum-
mer fertlltsing costs less than noth-
Iag. By making o ftfruit a little
larger many boxes are added to the
erop and the fruit brigs a higher
price. Then, a luxuriant growth of
bearing wood Is a necessary founda-
tion for a large crop next year, and
still further gae Is seen In the con.
ditlon of the trees. If their vitality
has been kept up they are better pre-
red for winter and for strong spring
action than trees that have become
thoroughly exhausted and have to be
nursed up before they can respond to
the call of spring.


Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company
Jacksonville, Fla.


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fm kUirI hundreds of customers in Florida.
They always grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
Ao e ta t I l In planting groves now, think of the
future. THE SUCCESS OF YOUR IN-
VBfTM3NT depends on the trees you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE, but
come to
mf Ar l i T g Trees guaranteed to arrive at destlne.
eon In good order. If they don't, we
replace them. NO WHITE FLY.


ADDDZSS


It You Want a Home In Florida, Come to San Mates
and see what We Have to Offer. You Will
flake a filstake if You Don't.




Real Estate Agency,

SAN MATBO. FLA.

BEACH & MILLER LINE.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.

Steamer "CRESCENT."


SOUTH BOUND.

Tueswya Thursday sd Saturdays.

v Jaekaonvlele . 8:30amt
/ aUe atse Cove Spftig.10:10am
': a lsltka . . .8:00pm
Li ve :a. Mates .. 8:0Opm
v, ev OeeieAt City . T:00pm
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NORTH BOUND.

Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Leave Crecent City . :00am
Leav Ban Mateo . . :00am
Leave Palatka . .. 9:30am
Leave Greae Oove Springs 1:41p
Arrive .rJaokuk le . :0p


r* 'oWN3BND, Alt., Jacksonville. R. J. ADAMS. Ast., Palatka.
SM. J. W. unJILL Ge*. Mur.., CoreOnt City.
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Quick service and low prices for a

RUSSER STAMPS AND STYNOILS

TT RUBBER STAMP & SEAL CO.
f.A, IR "A. WRITS POR OrAtAO.


0. W. CONNER, Prop.
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FORIDA.


PLACE


COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPENS OCTOBER IRST, 10W.
HEALTHY, high pine woods coun tr. Convenient for side trip to 8.
Augustine and all East Coast points. OclaklaWaba and St. Johns River
steamers can stop at the wharf. GOO HUNTI;O and fishing; guides and
dogs can be had on short notice.
Mouse Is situated in 15-acre Or dege grota, one block from depot, 8-4
mile from River. 400 acres Orange O.oves at San Mateo.
fy.te: $8.00 to $12.00 per week; At.00 per day. For reservations
wr%

DR. J. E. COCHRANE, Manager

VALATIB, N. Y.
AFTER OCTOBER 1i 4 M MATEO, FLORIDA.





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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.


CIGARS, TOILM= ARTICLES ETC.
TUghman's Condition Powders, for Cattle, Horse and Sheep.
Aa *zoellest appetiser for domestic animals, fattenlng, and gives
a be appearance ad glosiness o coat. It is aa infallible cure for
1* La cattle, and is also mspeally recommemdd for bog cholera,
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used to safer from headache, backache, side ache,
pressing-down pains, and could hardly walk.. At
last I took ardu, and now I feel good all the time.


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Always Pay
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.and distant markets if
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rFruit. Nut and O Trees free. .
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The clipper is made after a de sign furnlshed by Mr. W. 8. Hart of
flawks Park. It contains all the es sentials of a prst class clipper, benlg
made of the best steel, and rounded tipIto prevent clipper cutting. When
yeu once use this clipper, you will use no other. The best is the cheap-
ct. Prtoi bj maU 145 *each, post paid, price per dosea $13.00, express
5. 0. PAINTER PERTILWtER COMPANY,
Jackonville, Flerida, $Ie Algnta,


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And consider
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ted here is made of the
3k and finished natural
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ot eheap pith.


We are selling hundreds of Chaeir to the people of
th State. and very evutemer brings us another Why?
Because our pro, *are ne*.third lower than t is possible
fo the retail stereo to sell the ***ame grad chairs at
The are only a few of our pattorne If ps. no"4
LAIGE ILLUSTRATED SATALNM Iff
AUNY NKE ISW NRE AN NUA8 IN Ail.
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Oardu is a medicine that has been found to act
upon the cause of most women's pains, strengthen-
ing the weakened womanly organs, that suffer be-
cause their work is too hard for them.
It is not a pain "killer," but a true female
remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients,
perfectly harmless and recommended for all sick wo-
men, old or young. Try CarduL Women's Bli
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SEABOARD
AIR LINB RAILWAY
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
S Pines, Ralefh, Richmond, Washjngton,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
Seaboard Florida Limited g
Seaboard Express U
Seaboard Mail

S MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
r ABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. SoliUd Pullman Vestibuled
Train, 8t Augustine and Jacksonville to New York via Richmond
and Wadlnaton. Dining car (a Ia carts service), Double Drawing
Room, Sleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. Leave 8S
Augustine 11:0 a. M. and Jacksonville 12:55 p. a. daily, including
Suadays. 3
SForr full Information and sleeper reservations, call on any agent,
r uSeaboard, or write:
9. 0. BOYLSTON. JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent.
JACKSONVILLN,. LORIDA. U
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Sls .inall sections of s the eotr
q eSey ia-ly desired.

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Mate Item will plsse nete that it i
a st as a sample eopy.

Our readers will oblige us whes
writag to parties advertising In this
pp' If they will tate that tey, saw
the advertisement tn The San Mate@
tem. This e little trouble and seeti
sethlag, but It peI us, and Is In.
hmaMt wanted by the advertir.

mates at tme pastoRfee s at ma&
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FLOIIDI REWS OiTEL


Key West has a new Industrw In
the shape of a broom factory.
One of the best evidences of the
growth and increased Importance of
DeLand is the announcement that
free delivery of malls will be estab-
lished there on July 15.
The ladies of Manatee have organize.
ed an exchange and will sell cookies
to raise money for town improve-
ments.
An experimental garden has been
L established near Kissimmee to show
prospectors what the soil can pro-
duce.
Orange county has some of the rich.
set and best farming and fruit-raising
S lands In the south.
Celery raising on an extensive scale
I s to be inaugurated near St. Peters-
burg on large areas of muck lands
which will be scientifically prepared
for the purpose-subirrigation being
a prime factor.
The citrus crop of this state has
reached the enormous proportions of
S over four million boxes of which Or-
ange, the banner citrus and vegetable
county of the state, abhips eight hun-
v dred thousand, and Winter Garden,
S it the heart of the orange district,
;, furnishes two hundred and twenty-
'five thousand boxes.
The march of progress has struck
Jefferson county, one of the bekt farm.
Ing counties in the state, and active
work is now on in Monticcllo, the
county seat, preparing for a county
fair In the fall-the first ever held
Ina the county. I
St. Petersburg has an inventor who
'tis about to startle the world with an
airship that is .a sure-enough ship
and in which he expects to make
Ireat fights when he gets it complet-
ed. This genius la Captain J. F.
SChase.
The .growing of Irish potatoes for
the northern markets has become a
S profitable business In the Pensacola
Section, and is far more remunerative
Sthi* eaeh, pear and melon crops, ac-
Sording to planters.
Orange is one of the counties of
making greet strides in the
Her of good road.
J hard-surface automobile road be-
IH Atlanta and Jacksonville a
St about three hundred mlUes,
i -roproad.
Wvikqg ona grading the Seaboard's ex-
from marly Bird south has be.
,0d It is said that It will be con-
to Dade City, passing through
M$eruaando, Inveseas and Flo-


ai bers of the Trucking as
d IL Petersbur have
lantlt the oming sprngc*i
atmst lai pisry.
iftmi l bave boaght a

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Growing sisal hemp la an Industry
offering wonderful possibilities In
Florida. Immense fortunes may be
made In that Industry and there Is no
field offering better opportunitlles to
capital.
St. Lucle county, the newest of
Florida counties up to the timr, a
few days ago, when Palm Beach
county was born, is to have a fine
court house.' The contract hks been
silne4, the cost is to be $30.~i9. at'
the building to be completed within
two hundred and twenty-five working
days.
Quick lime la a sovereign remedy
for tlWes. Freely scattered over piles
om manure or refuse it will kill off
flies most effectually. An earnest
campaign against the pests should be
inauguratcd by all city authorities at
cn..
"There are about four thousand
two hundred acres of pineapples on
the East Coast, two thousand five
hundred of which lie in St. Lucil
county. And of the eight hundred
thousand crates-a conservative e ,t-
mate of 1909 crop-St. Iucle county
will ship five hundred and fifty thous-
and crates.



Palatka is certainly getting a
move on her. Putnam is to have
a magnificent new court house, a
bridge -across the St. Johns, and $100,-
000 Is to be expended making hard-
surface roads over the county, and
the city of Palatka is putting down
vo many cement sidewalks that the
whole town is torn up.
The demand for Florida farm lands,
la so great now that it can safely I,
taken as an indication that there in
to be a wonderful Influx of population
within the next few months. Fruit
and truck growers in Florida are all
making money and there Is yet room
for many more to come In and rcap a
harvest.
Fernandina Is In a fair way of se-
curing a factory for desiccating fruits
rand vegetables. Banana coffee and
potato flour will be among tho prol.
ucts which it is purposed to put upon
the market.
The peat Industry Is growing rap-
idly Jn Florida and new companies
are being organized to work the 4if.
forest bogs in all parts of the state.
Irdlcations are that the day is not
far distant when Florida will be call-
ed upon to help solve the fuel prot-
lem-and the millions of tens of peat
In Florida will do it.
Fort Pierce has a Boosters' club
that serves cold tea to its members.

Women Who Are Envied.
Thobe attractive women who are
lovely lan face, form and temper are
thb"envy of many, who might be like
them. A weak, sickly woman will be
nervous and Irritable. Contslpatlon
or kidney poisons show in pimples,
blotohe, skibt eruptions and a very
wretched completion. For all such,
Blectrie Bitters work wonders. They
regulate stomach, lives and kidaeys,
purify the blood; give strong nerves,
bright oeye, pure breath, seoth, vel-
vety skia, iyvery-osmplmeO. Many
harming women we their etH
amd au* to em. Me at. w.i


S a.b ne n the loI t
pries ln #.1egs .
to rt a Thureday alf-holiday to
ipoye s is reading throughout the
state, but at Cuma It has taken a
turn not beard of at any other place.
The postolee department at Wash.
ington, has authorized the postman-
ter there to Join In the movement and
to observe Sunday hours on Thurs-
day afternoons.
It is pretty generally agreed by corn
mercial travelers and other people
having business In the Interior towns
of southern Florida that there is
more money In the country than they
have ever known before.
Tampa custom house receipts are
now engaged In the feat of breaking
a new record every week. The fseeal
year ending June 90 will show a con-
siderable Increase over past years and
one that was not anticipated by stu-
dents of the tobacco business.
The lure of the leaping tarpon is
making It awfully hard for a number
of Florida business men to stick to
the desk.


Milton, Fla.-A wet and dry elect
lion has been called for SantaRosa
county, for July 31, and both the
prohsl and anbis are preparing to
wage a hard fight in the approaching
campaign. Two years ago the county
went dry by a majority of a few hun
dred votes, and although the wets
contested the election in the court
they lost. Under the constitutional
provision another election can be
called within two years, provided
one-third of the qualified voters of the
county present such a petition to the
board of county commissioners. This
has been done and the board, after
an Investigation, has called a special
election for July 31, Santa Rosa,
of which Milton is the county seat,
was the last county td go dry In West
Florida, the prohibitionists starting
In West Florida and making a clean
sweep to Pensacola two years ago,
this being the only county they lost.
Santa Rosa 'is now the first to pall for
another vote on the proposition. Both
wets and drys are claiming a victory
already.
Could Not Better.
No one has ever made a salve, oint-
meat, lotion or balm to compare with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the one
perfect healer of uets, corns, burns,
brise, sores, scalds, bois, ulcers,
*esema, salt rheum For sore eyes,
ood sores, chapped hands its su-
preme. Infallible for pile. Only 3ec
at 'W. Rowley. tf


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WtTN a.UT3A9 CAMP#
Ta asree. m la.-everor oil-
olt reeed himse la sa later
Sben well pleaded with the
aew camp site at Black Point, where
the state troops were encamped last
week. About the boys the governor
went on to say: /
"I am proud of our troops. They
reflect credit upon their state. The
militia Is an organisation of whirl
every young man Phould become a
member, for the training received Is
of the greatest value to him through
out life. He In taught punctuality,
system and obedience, and imbibel
a feeling of greater loyalty toward
the commonwealth which he Is sworn
to protect, Every community which
has a well organized company of
troops Is to be congratulated, for in
those troops It has an effective police
force, which, In case of riot, or other
disturbance, Is at hand for the protec-
tion of the citizens.
"At the next encampment I shall
Join the boys for a week. No one
of them enjoys camp life more than I,
and it will be a pleasure to be among
them.
"As for the camp site at Black
Point, I doubt if It can be surpassed
anywhere in Florida. Out upon a
peninsula, situated high on the bluffs,
the location is cool, well-drained, san-
Itary and healthful. It has also the
Inestimable advantage of pure water
flowing from a sulphur well. All that
is needed to make the situation an
ideal one is more shade, and this it
will have as soon as the trees which
are to be planted along the company
streets and avenues have time to
grow.
"It is probable that the government
will take advantage of the excellent
climatic conditions of Camp Bryan
to make of It winter quarters for the
regulars. It Is a fine place for target
practice, as Uncle Sam will be not
vlow to discover." -
HOW'S THIS
We offer one hundred dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured .by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and finan.
clally able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by his firm.
Welding, Kinnan A Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con.
stipation. tf

SANTA ROSA COUNTY TO
VOTE ON LIQUOR QUESTION.


iL six months, and with the arrival of
vessels to be rebuilt a still greater
force will be put on.
CITRUS GROWERS, EXCHANGE
CHOOSE TAMPA FOR HOME.-
Tampas, .-The ecutive 0oms-
mittee of the Florida Citrus exchaneo
recently organlaed to control the Flor,
Ida orange crop on the same plan a
the California exchange, selected
Tampa as permanent headquarters f
Other cities represented by eagil. -
tees asking for t e ewtted
satville Ad "artew,
letWed eu eeta f .
in ..,.the 0
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to each sheriff a in
the stat ...r..
"Dear ftr:-It has ed
to me by very rep M
that a strictfr free t 4t MI
and game laws of the .vry
much qoeeded.
"No epoclc complaint has been
made alinst any o8 We charged with
the enforcement of the laws relating
to fish and game hbut this Is a mat.
ter of much Impftance to tie whole
state, and I call upon you, a one of
the officers whose duty It In to emforee
these laws, to use all care and vigl-
lance to prevent violations thereof.
"A copy of the latest compilation
of the fish and game laws of the state
In herewith enclosed for your informa-
tion.
A Thrilling Reaeue.
How Bert R. Lean of Chony, Wash.,
was saved from a frightful death is a
story to thrill the world. "A hard
cold," he writes, "brought on a des-
perate lung trouble that baffled an
expert doctor here. Then I paid $S0
to $15 a visit to a lung specialist in
Spokane, who did not help me. Then
I went to California, but without ben.
efit. At last I used Dr. fmn's New
Discovery, which completely cured me
and now I am as well as ever." For
lung trouble, -bronchitis, coughs and
colds, asthma, croup and whooping
cough it's supreme. 50c and $1.00
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by S.
W. Rowley. % tf

WAft WAGED AGAINST
MOSQUITOES AND FLIES.
Pensacola. Fla.-A crusade against-
flies, mosquitoes and all disease-carry-
ing Insects has been inaugurated here,
and if the health authorities keep up
the work started Pensacola will excel
its former record for healthfulness.
The board of health has ordered men
to spread lime in all open drains and
oil ,placed on stagnant water, while
an ordinance will become effective
within five days compelling all restau-
rants, meat markets and refreshment
parlors to be screened. In addition it
will be unlawful for a person to place
a garbage receptacle in the streets
containing garbage which is not
screened, while to remove garbage in
any vehicle not screened will be a vio.
nation of the law. For weeks the agi-
tation against the fly and mosquito
has been In progress and It is now
bearing fruit,' for citizens have become
as determined as the city health au-
thorities to clean up and prevent dis-
ease. So far Pensacola has been ex-
ceptionally healthy, the number of
cases of sickness being far below the
percentage of former years, and. the
authorities are making a determined
effort to keep it so.
Trouble Makers Ousted.
When a sufferer from stomach trou-
ble takes Dr. King's New Life Pills
he's mighty glad to see his dyspepsia
and indigestion fly, but more he's
tickled over his new, fine appetite,
strong nerves, healthy vigor, all be-
casue stomach, liver and kidneys now
work right. 25c at 8. W. Rowley' .

PEN8ACOLA NAY YARD TO BE
CONTINUED BY GOVERNMENT.
Pensacola, Fla.-That the Pensacola
navy yard will survive even the pres-
ent agitation to abandon certain navy
yards of the south is the belief of
those who are well posted on naval
matters, and also by the attitude of
the departmt in assigning work to
the local yard, which is probably the
best equipped in the south. During
the past few weeks much work has
been assigned here, and It is stated
that much more is to be done. More
men are now being employed regular-
ly at the navy yard than at any time


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B|lt aWES 5 ). got" Idn kino haJrlc .n ed a a a w gn 3
S"Wbbt at Y ea #Me beMtoel WtieS Klfne lIn the Now Haven Real& tlon facilities in regions where tM
Fr a- Wt e" %9l b. he asked. as obe to* her bhnd in ter.
gF iWt d the t. l. '" population was hitherto satisfld If a
AN d t i a Slo am remainn "Where are yon going?" she coan. NOT FOR THE WO.RIER railroad could be found within twenty-
aMI dO departed as; t W R. five or thirty miles, although not a
O "ot wn to twe A toi Gof I Likely to Do Him More Harm an still d not grubl.--rom4h
bd oine dthe season see you." be explained. "Ani to Than Ga ,odUoenufatres Retord.
S think you: would you be as :hnk of finding you here, on yotr Thn question whether gof s Mnufacturers' Record.

As e or as strong? way to ,ndon." healthy exercise for both mind a"nI ADAM REMEMBERED.
was not going to inndon. de- b(nly in the ca-e of every Individual ___
cl ae~red the h girl. "I wis going on, who tries to mater the game Is de-
If ye uld lay tht burden down but somehow I stepped off the train batable. The advantages of an out Descendant Erects Monument In His
th* bws youth atwhiles through the habit, and the train wont door sport because it is outdoor are

A r liver a life of smiles- "I wit hopin tht you obvious, and one faot indisputably At hast justice has been done. At
Be liveapp life a child agains-n was hoping tht you me" he o In favor of golf is that it entails ex. last due honor is paid to a man, that
Be P ro thoughtof are- but Ltle tosmed her said tender erclse in the fresh.air. The phys!- was celebrated before I. (:ot loe
S ree from thoughts of care-- but Jotle tossed her t head. cal needs of the ,body may receive. was born. and who tartel Ia llin
Moreyou nobpple or to other men- "I told t u that when you were therefore, a h healthy' stimulus, bt of ancestors before the Plllgrims land.
Mone noble or more fair? ready to admit that you were at fault It arails little If the mind ed at l'lmniouth Rock-a man who
o! a hat yo might write. anc that then Is not also simultaneously at- ved not quail at a Daughter of Ihiq
Aht, o! ca an should do hi part erhnr hat I would cone. You don't tuned to a like condition of wellbe. IevOlution or shiver at a Colontil
Anld carry ibis load, suppose e hat I would change my Ing. There are not a few Individual, I'ame. Fnr if we honor George Wash.
R heed to shnre with every heart mind. do you?" who worry needletsly over triflin Ing as the "Father of Hlls Country."
The roughnes-of the road. "No such luck," he admitted dis- matters who would! be g'al enough why should not honor bp done Colonel
Not given to thinking overmuch mally. "That was why I was com- to put a good complexion on things. y Aam who t honor e done Colonut
Of pains and griefs behind. ing to you." to put ter disposition ee on thoenir Aam. who was the father of about
Bet glad to be'ln fullest touch "To apologize she demanded, and but eir dispositicult.on sare to en 227 couneetrieee
With all his human kind. Julian nodded his head. it dgl Irrilt. Others are of nindan ee laltimore was the first city to err."t
-PFrom S3r Glow and Song. A gleam of triumph flashed Into gl rrlitble turn g o well theyn, and im a monument to Washington, and :t
bottle's eyes, but she was not to be miserable. It Is doubtfI wheth r roudrtl to Lo thle first t erect am -
M Igglggg I won so easily. She had very pr such people derive any good fro taly listen o thed Ada. Thouhwn an I
111 I n& ounced Ideas on the proper wayo aw et ean d justly ditingulhpd Ala'. Though
nundling the man the proper way golf when the game does not o "not a native of our fair city. Adam
-ryindling the man she purposed to smootJly wth the an golf pir s a. well known here as if this
marry, and now that he was penitent, excellence a game which presents ofr ae,. E. And as a a-
4 she was in no hurry 4d make tih tentimes enough a numb er of Irri- .arasof. cEt t. And. as a mat-
S weet surrender that Jllan sught eating disappointments. l t of ft,en? We not Marylandee ifhe were
Z I 11 e S "I"suppose you are saying that just 1 ,i \T h e"I suppose you are saying that Just The man who has had a worryln.liv to lay Antan wau'd feet very
Because you want to make up," ane n who ha hd t ly Aia wu'd feel very
( declared, judleia'ly, "I don't know ek In the or p Yro pursu t wf hie 4nmuch at home In the's cit lie woul4
Julnction 'thit it should count." dn'tntwbusiness or profession will ho found I fn that hi neis k ow ol
thit IL sahbouldt count. find that his name is known in al
ti n.ou said tht whn I would admt r roun o. mn every housebld. An while h~.
golf at the week-end, only to d,,
that I wa, in the wrong y1 WOUl I cover that he is "off his game." it could not exipe-t to be as )popular as
be fri nds -gain." reminded .Tult.x-,x-, 1 x--x--(x. ayr Ferdinanni
Julian Grove. burdened with I "But what's the use of admitting ga takes hea flurt to play a wgoW ltrobel. er fl hanisomra .s aX G11
heavy suitcase and an humbled pride, that you are wrong, when you don't amis to heart it is rdubtful whether ernor Warfh.i or as gr.nt ;a o' url
descended the steps of the yellow davy- mean It?" rrue'd Lt'tle. "You'll y hi" health gains very much iade htag favoritE' a Mr. nW.al;'r I). ('urzon
coach fteht formed half of the only the same thing gain the first tim "had, it is -true. the advintagi of a Pr we would s" thatI hE hidI a
train on the Lindon Valley road. He th-a't you want to be nasty." change of soene and orcupati-n. alth or timy from earlv dlawn until the
eat himseW on an unused baggage Julian with convincing enphasi. as tnlived for awhile h ha t hnly eth!n nex t morni n ii ni i l bring ('v.a
truck to await until the southbound If you would only know how utter- atmosphere. and if h( ha eonly le-! ,and th train should come along. ly miserable I have been since you athlngsfl woulth hav on all toh. righ t in the halart eof ti c 'iy.
The Junction tr-in had run down went back to town! That was why I hngs tVould have onspirl to oe n (In behalf o all the to meet the northbound, and when I decided to come, Instead of writ. hi m back t his work cheered andl .At, of whon titer. re "it. a
that heavy express had gone tear- ng." braced up. But h may play very fw" in our eitv, we tidler than':.
Ing Into the distance, and the June- "And almost missed me." supplI4d ; badly and hiecom undtuly woraiol o tur kinsman. 1r. John IBtrai.y,
tion train had scuttled 'back up the 1.ottle. "I think. Juliann, that I'll thereat. A game that is crnlulateld to fr the regionn of thiq handsonia
valley toward rIndon, Julian had the make my visit, and in the meintihne increase an irritability wolch hi monument to the he of four famit.
station platform very much to him. think abojit coming to Linden on arisen out of a trying week's wo:r or, iwe d sy it ourselves, we
self. The. few waiting passengers he way back." ( an hardly l be said to be recreatilve folks who traIe o(ur an'estr hIa i
were huddled about the stove in the Jullan's face darkened. "I wish at all events to the mind. The dis- to Adam coni' fa on of the old ( at
tiny shed that served at the June-. you'd make up now." he pleaded. advantage. therefore, of golf .'s a families in thts entire (,.-tln,. evA
tion station. j IThe fact that we meto each othbr mental relief as well as a physical wi w hivent been writ n in thu
Julian preferred the winter sun- here at the .Jimretion proves that It recrealton is that It may ruffle ratht.r .11rylani hrant a or lecte, l to the-
light and the crisp air to the lifeless was meant by fate ,that we should than so-the the fe,.ings. "Analg gnlate.d (;r".r of Then as t1i1
beat of the big stove and the reek ..f be friends again." The fat .i. a)If is a game of sk ll AnW) .-,s.- liil many bodies. He was going humb'y For moment the girl hesitated. Iand prel.in,. an I bri.-It vs with .
to confess his faults, and he wanted She had meant to keep Jullan on t1he niany nicTtihh that it rluireA to keep clear-headed that they might anxious seat for a few weeks, b'it (rible n'o(ntal att'd i n. ant un ats Acoqling to govenmn l stat
remain fresh in his mind. now that he was e^ming penitent an, sute fes a'tlenI a go(od many strokes, Avoth-ing to V"a of this co1nJ1. InI .itdint
He felt that he needed to be watc*q- conquered, she felt that perhaps 1 the feeling of Irritadl n b rome very Alaska. is' lo ti o rtit rp apl-
ed, for In his heart he believed the would be well to surrender before he real, and after a round freely Inter- (A itk: ,'.n to all I lanr-,,d i. nsa
faults to be low. There was grave should change his mind. The patent sl .,r1ed with fozlaed t0, hhots and ploxi 1Ia 'n r(ir batting rst-
danger that he might forget again leather tip of her shoe dug Into the taking the grats badly Ine onc luslon we; ;I h t. a, 0 waiting Set
that he was the offender, and take show banked against the edge of the I read that golf Is a disapl)ointiln tin I wtn r d. ,ep:,t, ,s ,or do-
the same attitude pf injured dignftY platform, :anme. Sui h a performance may have v'ioped wate r i)ow'r Is 5,.. o hOr
that bhd caused bottle 'Maynard to .om ,E dtte1l)linary result, but it do.' l, wr1. ()ur coal si1pply It es' itl Ima
go hurrying back to the city with I 't does seem a little lI.ke the work- not nmako for even toempe(r or for :it :3:2, i,x,000,i( tons, and on 3n
the declaration that when be came to Ing of fate," she, admitted. "Helire I peace of mindl. and an exercise in annual 'coniiutitive baHais of 42',90n..
ai senses she might be ready to go out of town to visit In Pelton- volving no particular skill, suh ah 000 totsu r-,orli outtut in 1907-
talk to him again, ville and you are on your way to, walking rr ,yc'lng. would In Sc' here '1"' should he, little ,ause for utin-
There was an accent on the town to see me. You are waiting at casess be far better. The game of e.asinoess over lthei fuel qpulstion. In
"might" that 'left the matter in the Junction for a train that Is late, golf, if It does not go smoothly, pro- Iren ore we have a supply of 4.7d.>.-
doubt, and Julian fet that It bo. and I am left behind by my train. ven', so many points of analogy with 0:10.000 long tons, and the largest an-
hooved him to keep vividly tn mindl "Then accept 4he omen and say the tiresome eventualities of life that unial ianotunt ev .r pro(uc' what Lottie declared to be his ofr. that you will make up," he urged, there can be little doubt that perscna.j was onl '2.*o000,o0., tons. In pig iron
tenses. Lottle was the dearest little '"We can go back to town and plk of an irritable,. gloomy and worry pirod woman in the world, but she hal out the ring and then we'll corn" Irig disposilon would be Itter If 7 1.IO IoUg t ornis to Ulte world's to'al
very decided notions. To run to back to lkdon and tell the folks." t,'hy did not >eek their recreation on of 6'>,(0,0,#'0o I)log tont4. We h:uve p'-
those notions was 'to make rugge'i lFor another tense moment lIott! the links. The lancet. trol" iu1 aua-'.s aJugrga;tting 1,8'.0
the course of true love. hesitated, then she nodded and Julian ------ r------ I ;(utire nil.cs ;anl gas areas 10.0.,5
Mentally Julian recited the cate gave a shout of joy. MORE RAILROADS IN TEXAS. siu;ar,' MiI< .1 In 19o7 woealthl pro-
chism of his offense. punctuatiii his "There's the whistle or our train," d rtion ,n our f.ot

self-examination with appropriate r l11,e cried. "I'll hurry In and get you Ten Projects Started Since First of marks concerning a train that ws. a 41cket back to town." the Year. two hours late. He was still oco',. lie hurried into the station won- 8'nre the flr-t of tl'e year thirty .dr .1. P. Morgtn's fatlier told hi'
pled with this task when a distait dealing if he could not kiss blot'l" four railroad enterprises have b!n6 t1at ti In n who would become a
whistle sounded, and the waiting pas even though the other waiting pts organized or Incori)orited In the souit i hear on thIe future of this country
sagera hurried from the station to vengers might wonder. When he hb ad soaulhw(,st. ten in T" xa:s, four itn wouIi go broke' Wall Street Sum-
the platform. There was some gone Lottle tdug into the snow bank No.rth C(-rolna, four in MIsouri in a ry.
grumbling when it was seen that thli with her shoe tip and presently sole three in Arltanaass. three in Tenne- - -
was only a slow train from the south. b:4s of pasteboard fluttered into th' r<-e, two In Oklahoma, two In IL ul- San thOe Sprinfi.eld I'nion: Ev.
hat they lined up along the platform hole in the snow. Hail they been iana and one each in Alalaina,. (;e' ry u v tiner bad nlik lcvien an enor-
to watha the arrival of the few pa'. pieced together they would have la. Kentuky,. Marylaind, Virglnti Innaius toll upon Infant life. Fortunately
angers who were making a chang:'. proven to be a ,ticket reading "Lln:t. ,nd W.st Virginia. I(- incr,.at-ed vigilance of health au-
Then they hurried back to the don Junction to Linden.'1 | Texas leads the rest of the souLth- horlties and a continuous educa.
warmth ot the waking room. "I'm glad that he didn't know thit (,rn states in the number and stl -lit)nl ,'aiiipaign ar, hbr.nging about
lpy efS girl remained behind to 4 way on my way to give in," said 'f its now railroad projects. The rap i c'haniie frolu the old, careless moth.
W. "k bM.ty up and down tue plat. Lottie half aloud. "It will be bar I id Influx of settlers up 'n the uno.- o, of handling milk. But much r.m
a. With a ed crv of surnrlso* enough. anyway. 4nI minase him with- coupled lands of that state ha. crea!-. fori work remains to be done.
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A"em*vs at Left


NeOd Sakrnk ftlldir Peiatka, Fla


JOHN L MARSHALL,


Attorney At Law,


FrMot Stt, Palatka, Fla. Orange
orves for esle.


DR. W. H. ROSENBERG,
DENTjST.
Off*e Over the Kennerly.

HENRY STRUNZ,
Attorney At Law,
Front Street, PALATKA, FLA.
National Bank Building.

DR. H. R. ESTES,
1 DENTIST.
PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Moragne Buildings, Rooms 8 and 4.

E. E. HASKELL,
Attorney At Law,

PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H. CYRUS,
Physiolan and Surgeon,
PALATKA, FLA.
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MERRYDAY A WALTON,


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COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW*


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PALATKA, FLA.


Front St.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


SM. I. COXB


Attorney At Law,


Office in Court House, Palatka, Fla.


J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.


O~e VFroft Str% Opposite Puatm


PALATKA a FLORIDA


WOOL, HIDES,


ALSO PUR, TALLOW, BEES WAX,


SHIP THE ABOVE TO


M. Babel & 8Sons,
Establish in
1856. LOUISVILLE, KY.
"Over halt a Century in Louisville."
WE ARI nmATWPS IN ABOVE, not
eoommtsion merchants. Reference:
Any bank Ina Louisville.
Write for Weekly price list.
Write for wool bags and ship us
your wool.


MIS KATE L. LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,


MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,


Notion', ladies', misses' ad child.
dea's sumatr underwear.
I ldie' silk gloves.
S u se. embroeldry, collars, belts and
t[*. I tet tyleI la spring hats and

a oe trimmer Oad delag r
Primt right. ailhfaoNi.


~ ~sI pity the a
SO Its rmraasc.


Whet Thm sema&


A wayward lad.
A common thin
* Declared hbe ad
To have hbl ling.


aut we must own
.He stopped one day
* M9re he had 'throws
Himself sway.


PAPA KNEW.
Stage Manager. ., "Remember,
Bangs, we are depending on your
baby to cry lustily in the hilrd scene.
Do you think he'll do his part?"
Actor Fathe. "lie ought to, sir.
He's been rehearsing night and day."
-Boston Transcript.


LOVE FINDS A WAT.
"Her father told me never to show
my face around there again."
"'8o you've quit calling on her."
"No; I'm going up tonight with an
automobile rig on."- Boston Tran-
script.


Di MOIRTUIS, ETC.
"Poor Henry, he was a good man."
"Yes, madam, a good man."
"Why, sir, he used to say his
prayers regular every night-drunk
or sober, he never missed."-Boston
Transcript


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A MAN OFP ENTERPRISE.
Stranger. "So you bellele the end
of the world is at hand'
Crank. "*I do, air."
Stranger. "83y, who can I see
about getting the biograph rights-?"
-Boston Transcript.


COMING DOWN TO BRASS TACKS
Pedestrian. 'How far is it to Al.
deraot'r Jet .me see. Well, as the
crow files--"
Footsore Tommy. "Never mind 'ow
the beggar Ales; 'ow far sla it as
the beggar 'ops?"-Truth.


AWFUL EPIFBCTS.
Acrid Ike. "Dey say dat steady
4rippin' o' water '11 wear away a
stone'."
Dreamy Pete. "Jes' tink, den.
wot'd happen t' a man's storbach by
pouring' glissfuls Inter. tt."-lohcm-
a&n.


FRIENDLY ADVICE.
"I'm thinking of jumping off the
Brooklyn bridge."
"Woell.
"What's your advice?"
"Don't do it. Vaudeville Is over.
crowdedd tow."-Washlngton Herald.


FYEIJNG HIS WAY.
"Timmiuts, do you know anything
about literature?"
*"0o."'
"Know anything about art?"
"Nothing."
"Know anything about music?"
"Not i rap."
"Know anything about politics?"
"Nothing whatever."
"Good Come over to my soom,
bring a pipe, and tet's enjoy our,
selves."-Cassell's Baturday JournaL


WOMAN'S ,MIND.
"What "ave you got that piece of
string tied around your Sger torr'
"My white put it there to remind me
to mail a letter."
"And did y'u remember?'
"No: she forgot to give it to me."-
JOd*e.


HOeUM AND HORS8.
ThS TVlae Oroeer (poevishly)-


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A young teacher from the country
secured a place In one of the public
schools in the ghetto district on the
East Side in New York. One day,
feeling the "spring fever" herself, she
spoke to her class about it. Did
they know that spring has come?
They stared, dull and unresponsive.
Down there among the brick walls,
what did they know of spring? "Don't
your fathers or mothers ever talk
about spring?" she persisted. They
shook their heads. Then one small
boy held up a grimy -and. "Teacher,
I know w'en spring's come," be
piped. "Listen, children," the teach.
er -aid, "Iky Schlfnsky is going to


tell us how he knows when
here. "I know It's spring


spring is
we'n de


swingin' doors is put on de beer sa-
loons," said Iky prouJdly.-Rocheater'
Evening Times.
It Depended.


To Illustrate the different view.
point of manufacturers upon the
question of tariff revision, Charles
Heber Clark, a writer upon economic
subjects, but better known as a hum-
orist under the pen n me of "Max
Adeter," recently told this story to
a gathering of Philadelphia manu-
facturers.
"There Is a farmer neighbor of mino
in Montgomery county who was the
owner of a very good Alderney cow.
One day a stranger, having admired
the cow, met the farmer and asked,
'What will you take for that cow?'
"My farmer friend scratched his
head a minute and then said, '. ook
here, bs you the tax assessor or has
she been killed on the railroad?'"--
Circle.
A New Sweetheart.
A< a recent fancy dress ball for
children great fun was caused during
one of the dances by the antics of
a fate fiddler, who suddenly ceased
planng end glared after a wee maiden
dancing in a set of qu-dri'les.
"What's the matter with you, Scrap.
er?" bellowed the leader.
"Dropped my rosin."
"Well, never mind. Go on playing;
you'll get It presently."
"Go on playing' be hanged," came
the reply. 'My rosin'll be done afore
the set. Qween Mary down there
has picked It up. and given 'alf on
It to 'Amlet, an' they're re-eatin' It."
-TitBits.


The Londoa Lancet. medical ex-
pert and allsround hygienic author.
fly, argues that spring cleaning
should be abolished in favor Of at
Igularl; conducted cleaning process
kept up, all the year road at corn.
paratUvely eort latervals. That bas
loss boee the policy aad the preUate
of rally good houekeepers.


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scalploek over ywr bald spo -Pat.

HOME DUCTIPUNU.
82 have nine daughterss"
"*Mast take 'em a long time to dress
when the family goes anywhere."
'qtot so lowe. They form in a circle
and eeah battoes 8aother'sa own."-
Louisville CourlerJournal.
BAjI0 BET.
"1 think they'll marry. She is his
first love." "
'That doesn't meat anything."
"Well he is her last chance."-
Lolsville Courier-Journal.
THE DmOWIRENCT.
"Once a man killed six other men,
and married the girl they all want.
".Horribly disgusting."
"But this happened three hundred
years ago.* *
"Ah, an historical -romance. How
enhen ting."--Louls4lle Courier.
JournaL --- r
Signs of Spring.


CHARLES KUPPERBUSCH,

PALATKA, FLA.

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fANAG'--MiNT T OF HE.%J.
The problem of feeding is one of
great importance, and should be care.
fully considered, for on it depends to
a large extent not only the general
health of the birds, but also the econ.
omy which prxno'.es success. It is
a subject, however, which should be
studied with a large amount of com-
mon sense, for there are no hard and
fast rules which can 'be laid down
s applying to every case. The price
of feeds and the general environment
should be considered in determining
the right rations.
For the largest profit e good pro-
portion f tthe eggs should be seo
cured during the winter. If two ex-
Ira eggs per week can be obtained
from each hen a gcod profit will be
made, while If the product Is increase.
ed by only one egg per week In win.
ter, this one eas will pay for all
the feed the hen eats. To obtain thli
greater production, not only should
the fowls be young and of a good lay-
ing breed, but the feeder should have
a full knowledge of the proper feed
and its preparation.
The nutriment In the feed of lay-
Ing hens serves a twofold purpose-
to repair waste and furnish beat to
the body and to supply the Me aak.
Ing materials. As nly the surpla
over what is needed for the body la
available for egg produetlon, the pro
per feeds Mould 'be fed In sudelet
quantities to induce this produot o
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AN'D YfIT ,MEN GET MARRIED.
_Wl'ey. "You know, dear, fMat ex-
pensfre pipe I gave you. Well, I Vas
afraid the mouthpiece wasn't real am-
ber, so I tested i by putting it In al-
cohol for twenty-four hours."
Hub. "And found it genuine oh.
Well, where Is It?"
Wirey. "0-0, it disappeared. That
showed it wan real amber."--4os-
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anufasetrWfng War Relics.
1With the approach of the centen-
ary .eebraUona of the famous Tyr, .
ladi figt for freedom a new Industry
as been related in Tyrol. Every
etera a' aesorlation and rifle club li
the lio d is preparing some kind if
Ustival at which historic guns ant
eW and other eoblems will be dMi.

Ufalrtunately, these relMcs have be-
some rather scarce In the hundrvm
years which have elapsed since the
war; but undaunted by this trifling
dreumstance the Ingenuous peasa',i
try are setting to work to make th 'Ir
owa neUs.
In this enterprise they have devel-
oped remarkable ingenuity. A new
flag is sd for some time as a dust-
er, and then after being carefu!!y
smeared over with grease on bo'h
sides is put up in the garret whore
the grain is stored. In a very few
days the nrioe have made some artist.
tic ballett holes In the flag, which
ls then hung out in the garden. The
bun does the rest, and a faded an I
tatterd flag of really venerable ap
pesrance is the result.
The village blacksmiths have shown
so less cleverness In making historic
cannon, and there Is no reason to
fear that the centenary celebrations
will suffer from any l1ck of relies ot
the war.--Innsbruck correspondence
Pall (Mall Gazette.
The airship for the Wellman Polar
expedWton, which has been completed
at Geanevi'Jer, has ben brought over
to Loaoa and exhibited at the aer.
exiuhitton at Olympia.
WONT MIX
Bad Food and Good Health Won't
Mix.

The human stomach stands much
abuse, but It won't, return good
health if you give it bad food.
If.you feed right you will feel right,
for proper food and a good mind is
the sure road to health.
"A year ago I became much
alarmed about my health, for I be-
gan to suffer after each meal, no mat-
ter how little I ate," says a Denver
woean.
"I lost my appetite and the very
thought of food grew distasteful, with
the result that I was not nourished
and got weak and thin.
"My home cares were very heavy,
tor bedde a large family of my own
I have also to look out for an aged
nther. There was no one to shoul-
der my household burdens, and* come
what might I must bear them, and
this thought nearly drove me frantic
when I realized that my health was
DiJnikta down.
PWt r"read an article in the paper
abo!t p on with trouble Just like
Smin qsi eared on Grape-Nuts food,
4 and acting on this suggestion, I gave
Orape-Nuts a trial. The first dish of
this delicious food proved that I had
struck the right thing.
"My uncomfortable feelings in
stomach ana brain disappeared as Itf
by magIe, and In an Incredibly short
spiees of time I was again myself.
USen them I have gained 12 pounds in
weight through a summer of hard
work sad realise I am a very different
weman, all due to the splendid food,
Orspe-Nuta"
There's a Reason." Trial will
prepa. Read the famous little book,
"The hoad to Wellvllle," In pkgs.
wI m le above letter? A aew
e qpes m taime to time. They
I p m, aid fi1 ef hims.


*Ope A. L--a- -p-`1is
bm" me" ft d IMW

otthbol, leav Atlsdta 74 p. nm., a.
rtve l~rIntswiok :0 a. a. Northbound,
Iwave Brsawlok 7 ? p. m., arrive Atlafta
7*6 a. Im.
These trains make close oonmec'ton at
Drunswilk with stam,.-r for St. 8itnou's
aId ('1umblerhn:,.d i|la,d..
I ho elegant lay o.tchies and Pullmam
sleep'rs In th'ee traise afford ant opports.
nl y, not beretofore enjoyed to travel to and
from Georgia's famous Seashore resorts
comfortably. Arj Ticket Agent of tbhe
C company will give further information.
W. If. "LIy, 0. 1'. A.; (Cha. Patton, T. P
SA.; W, A. ht-tk; C. P. A.
The manly act of self-defense is apt
Sto o lame when it encounters a wom-
an's eys_ .


7, F.,ww Md mmd is ydupbe
MIASbw e qam 64WO

CAMCN~3. ae
am
V, KNO Wh


A SRare ood. Things.
"Am uItig Allen's Foot-Ease, and cais
trulp aty I would not have been without it
so Ionm, had I known the relief it woue
aive my aching feet. I think it a rare good
thlng for anyone having sore or tired feet.
r-Mr. 1atilda Ifoltwert, Providence, R.
I." Sold by all lrhuggists 26c. Aak today.
If you have any doubts about a
ati ange bed look before you sleep.
MOST WONDERFUL CURE IN THE
WORLD FOR ECZEMA.
Dr. W. W. Leake, of Orlanda, Fla., who
was cured of a very bad case, writes:
i" Hancork's Sulphur Compound is the most
wonderful remedy for Eczema I have ever
known." Doctors everywhere prenaribe
and recommend it an the greatest cure for
skin diseases ever known. You can get a
blAttle from your dnirginst for 0o cents,
Dr. R. If. Thoman.. of Valdoeta. (a., was
curel of a painful skin trouble, and he
praises it in the highest terms. Hancock's
Sulphur Compound and Ointment cored an
Sugfly ulcer for Mrs. Ann IV. Willett, of
i Washington, I). C., in three dayn. Booklet
free, ify ou write II.AxCK LIQUID SuI-
Pvau6 Co.. Baltimore. Md.
The best foundation for success in
business i rocks.
Lor CO(lDS and OlUP.
Hick's CAPiUrd is the best reamedy-
relieves the achlng and feverlshnm-euMe
the Cold and restore normal condlUons. It's
lIquid-effects Immediately. loc. and
Me.. atdrue stores.
Some men are so generous that
they can't refuse money to any one,
not even their wives.
Teethinx Children Diurhla Holt Weather
Should take Dr. Bigger Iluckleberry Cor-
dial. It ure all Htom.-h and iBvwel Dis-
ease,Diarrhoea,eot. At Druggists 26 and 60a.
The Law and the Optimist.
Pessimists, assured of man's retro-
gression, should study the laws of the
eighteenth century In kindness, at
least, man has advanced.
When the supposedly wise Black.
Ptone wrote (1769) there were 160 of-
fences punishable with death--of.
fences such aa growing tobacco, cut,
ting trees, stealing linen put out to
dry, etc. Had Blackstone been really
Instead of only supposedly wise, he
would surely have worked toward the
repeal instead of toward the tabdla-
tion of these Incredfbly stupid anil
barbarous laws.
Lecky says:
"The law which condemned a man
guilty of high treason to be cut down
while half hanged, to be disembow.
elled and have his Intestines burnt
before his face, was still executed ghastly detail."
Those who compain of Justice's froe.
quent mis-carriages may see from
these facts that stupid laws and wick.
ed laws are not a modern Innovation.
The law has always trailed behind the
ra"e. Perhaps it always will.-Phila-
delphia ulle4in.
The Servant Problem, Plus.
"But." says the lady of the house
to the applicant. "3ou really should
not ask such high wages from me,
shen you consider the conveniences
with which my house is equipped-
electric cooking race, electric
washing and ironing machines, vacu.
um sweepers and di'st'rA, pneumatic
parcel carriers from and to all floors
and rooms, phones and annunciators
In each ro'm. sanitary will and floor
finishes, filtered air, filtered water,.
antiseptic refrlierator--"
"Yes, num," interrupts the appli-
cant, "but the likes o! yua ought to
know that a serlentilnc expert draws a
lot more money than a kitobeh me |
chanlc."--rom Judge. |


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1'bom wby 6m% ym mtr'y 4omawry
'ou?"--4Kaain City Times.


'oe AftaWt, lMrilngh a Atleatt
3ehi-tad
Will sell seerMonl Uteket at reduced rates
for the followlog oeeslons:
Amrleoan Aesoelation of Opticians. At-
lanta, Ga., June Ilst*24th, 10J.
Oeori s Edoeatltoau Aposlation. Cum.
I be*la adl Ga.. Jone mrd-PMth. lIo.
Watloeal BSapt Ooaveatoa, Portisad,
Or.. Juse ,SI.July iad, I 1.
I _dpdea-t Order of Odd Iellows, 8n t-
tie Wash., aSeptbwMr th-th. 1909.
There are other seadlos for whioh re.
duced rate will be aanousoed. For further
!aformaUom apply to tickets maet or corn.
Qunleawtoth. W.H. LEAHT
General Pemeaer Ant.. Atanta. Oa.
WHY SHOULD THEY?
'Ihey oughter do something for me.
I always vote their way."
"They won't do nuthin' fer ye ai
long as ye stick to that policy, me
gobd mnn."-Louisville Courier-Jour.
nal.
Mu.WisMlow's Soothing Syrup for Children
1esthib mofte thegums, reduces iniaina.
Uto@ ala pai, curemwad colc. i2 a I bottle

NO TENDER MISIV81 .
"Why don't you sue him for breach
of promise?"
"Aw. be had the postcard habit."
"What cf that ?"
"A man doesn't put much sen'i-
ment on a ploturn of the stockyards."
-Louisville Courier-Journal.

SORE EYES CURED.
Eye-Balls and Lids IBecame Terribly
Inflamed Was Unable to (Go
About-All Treatments Failed-
Cuticura Prved Snecessful.
"About two )ears ago my eyes got in
such a condition that I was unable to go
about. They were terribly inflamed, both
the balls and lids. I tried home remedies
without relief. Then I decided to go to our
family physician, but he didn't help them.
Then I tried two more of our most promi-
nent physicians, but my eyes grew contin-
ually worse. At this time a friend of mine
advised me to try Cuticura Ointment, and
after using it about one week my eyes were
conmiderashy ini,oroved and in two weeks
they were almost well. They have never
given me any trouble since and I am now
sixty-five years old. I shall never fail to
praise C('uticura. G. II alsey, Moith uof
Wilkon, Va., Apr. 4, 191 ."
Potter Drug & ('hem. Corp., .,4le Props.
of Cuticura RenedieN, Boston. Maim.
PROFITS BY EXPERIENCE.
She (with a pout)-A man alwiys
ratss his recon4l wife better.
iHo (blandllv)-After a man h.it
been once stung with a 11lky horse
be uses more lntoelligenc In picking
out another.-.Ju go
WOMEN SfI'F'FE NEEIItSSLY.

Many Mysterious Achens and Paulis
Arena IFaly Cured.
Bachache, pain through the hips,
dizzy spells, headaches, nrvous.n,i: ,
nn--- bloating,. Mtc., a'
t'VW troubles that conm-
flTul only come with

)Doan's Kldlne.y l'lls
have cureI I' t ho-
sands of womiin if-
flict-d In thlis w Vy.
lMdrP. WIlllii .lo:i e,
R. F. l).., No ;,
North }E'a.it, l'a,
s^ajfys: "Infliinliit tloI
of the bladder kept me I ii six months. I could hardly walk from
one room Into the- other. I had no
eloep night after night; my ankl were swollen all the time. I ften
reeled and fell. I bugan using lomn's
Kidpey Pills. My health begin to
mend at once. At ti e ven r of rix
months I was as well as ever b,,fore


In my life."
Bold by all dealers. 50 centH a box.
roster-Milburn Co Iuffuln, Y.
WHAT'S rIIr ANSWER.
Ile-"Do ycu really think that
Misses are polvon-us?"
Sfe--" don't know; are you soe-i-
ously considering suicide ?'-Philadel
phia Telegraph.


'THID


OPERATION



PREVENTED


By Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-

etable Compound


Chicago Ill. "I want to tell you
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for me. I was so sick
that two of the best doctors in Chicago
said I would die if I did not have an
operation. I had
l~ Cpeandy had two
operations, and
they wanted me to
go bhroush a third
one. I suffered day
and night from In.
lflammation and a
small tumor, and
never thought of
seeing a well day
rga n. A friend
Sto d me how Lydia
-' E. Pinkham's eag.
table Compound had helped h and
tried it, and after the third bottle
wsts cured. "- rsALVINA SP'EItLIWO,
r11 langdon Street, ChicagQ, Ill.
If you are ill do not drag along at
home or in your place of employment
until an operation Irs necessary, but
build It the feminine system, and re-
lMove ite cause of those distressing
achis and ping b taking Lydia E.
IPinkham n's Vfegetalle (Compound, made
frotm roots and herbs.
For thirty years it has been the stan-
dard remedy for female Ills, and has
positively restored the health of thon.-
sanidof women who have been troutlted
with displaemienits, inflammation, ul-
reration, llbroid tumors, irreguldarities,
periodic pains, backachie, bearing-down
feeling, ftlatulncm'y, indigestion, dizzl-
ness, or nervous prostration. Why
don't you try it?


SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BELTS
LOMBARD IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA. I.


SECURE A FREE

GOTTAGE BUILDING LOT
AT MERIWETI-ER WHITE
SULPHUR SPRINGS,
-The Queen of Georgia Resorts.
Thn if (-i .?ljoariy 11194 lro-rafly ;poltit sev-
'-it t y ItisPit 'u',un .1 -Ioiir-' itss u pro vinents,
'111 -4,11 a4~~ .l Iu. i tow s~h arwes of
aw a:&r.snt'''t 6 pe'r '' *lit stt 'k TO figif~i -
test.- 1,44 qnlt" thd"y artsRI vins.4with e'anb
tflm~r" of -t .''k a 4'ttag~q bhut ding lot.
600:0 -ito.usI thIll fre'" Uki4' Of 0110 Sl~fiUgs.
Nko uk'apl1 *t .,maatior ti oto'', t ht-y will not
laqt i'~c~ iveir 'iii"-half uf 1the-zn i&Iready
I as k~ rbn. W rite' t it ot'5.
Meriwether White Sulphur
Springs Co.,
Room 100 Marion Hotel, Atlanta, Ga.&


SUM lICE WEULOF


Town Property
AT
MijUtoown, Georgia.
'Too in *'t oar 4 ii' *'*ri t un(ioi t w'j new
mil'wav est~itrierk.,a,'ii' ti utir towfl
with Ii 'ttor f &-tory "'a' 'erv'a 4'4 w"a ar" offer-
Ieij.; 20i) '-11it lop .4 *"1'14 1111 ,141ti0104 lop# prifle
of 10 i ~i.1' s *I60' $10il' 9 Q psol.loti,jj W" of
IigIll ti y h l'll i4e1 it.. g r~j vst %;a aill q) ee sv
O~Te-r.4'i iii It-ai -ti K''. a4 oair vii b"e
III.a' ly 2,fkN) 1 4-41019L'e isl' t s sI w-th. joviaf l vO
khi:er iirnv''in oi:L't f''it r t'lWa, itS6*5OOO
sIsloeti 4. I ElIe'f ''Alf I' 114. 1,two 11,1141 i raiw
%aisa~ Ii.ei' w4iway. .iws .4.,verval factory
eeiute-rjmrl-n4. we'-a-i im t Idoi lsbliiig out
11,1i. atiuu I l; i s n Alia 'l,? 3-. te r.
I lls14 14 61 Yr.p, 1vriiL e j a 14* a t 1 1 )' e a
litit~ ~~~~~~e It J~ 'I~~ iv .wit iii. V
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i- l e M el uae 1M a'garg e ea'
the eoos the native aewspf
SThe eoutry now has twenty-
s J a a papers, where four years
O tbad Ony two. Women have
Sv lasted In establishing the
pred1, edlievibg It means the
best guarantee of the growth of per-
o40aql and political liberty. In this
; they base their opinion on the expe-
ene, of the most progressive West-
a i nations. Now the Persian wom-
Ne s a, worknlg for the establishment
Sofa national bank. Their patriotism
may be gathered from She fact that
may thousands of women have agreed
Sto sell their jewels and other orna-
e' ts to the end that sufficient chpl-
tal may be obtained for the ester-
prime. The movement is an amazing
,- development In a country which for
more than a score of centuries has
treated women as hopelessly Inferior
to men.-New York Prets.


LINDEN GREEN.
S Women have not had time to ex-
haust the preliminary chatter on the
[ Introduction of the murky gray that
, goer 'by the name of "London smoke"
before Paris comes out with a pref-
erence for a new shade, which, it Is
expected, will become popular under
the name of linden green. The name
is drawn from the leaf of the linden
tree. This greeq ..already has* been
seen In Fifth avenue in heavy serge
walking suits, with a deep, coarse
rib. The usual trimming is black
satin, and dull silver buttons are
* used. The clever woman, however, is
against the present tendency to ex-
tensive trimming. One of the most
attractive costumes seen in the shop.-
ping district recently was of the new
green with little more than a sug-
gestion of trimming. It seems a blow
against good taste to cover the pres-
out street suits with trimming. The
lines of certain of these garments
are more artistic than any other de-
signs of recent years, and the long
easy lines are at their best when pre-
S", setting an unbroken surface to the
S eye.-New York Press.


WON'T OBEY HUSBANDS.
Srenchwomen are bitterly opposing
the clause in the civil code providing
that the wife must obey her husband.
Every bride In France must m.bscribe
to this clause, as only a civil mar-
rtage is legal. So there can be. no
compromise as is frequently the case
between couples married by clergy-
men in this country. A bill to abro-
gate the clause has been introduced
In the Ch& uber of Deputies. It was
framed By a band of rebellious Paris-
tan women, who now are enlisting the
active support of their sisters all over
'rance. It looks as if the women of
the republic at last have been thor.
oughly awakened. They are all be-
coming militant Suffragettes, and are
beginning to fight against the custom
ibh leaves marriages to the arbl.
; tra arrangement of the parents. In
ways they are shQwing they will
* ubmit no longer to the rule by their
b ltads, which has been little short
, of tyrany.-4New York Press.


S UIT. WOMAN PHYSICIAN.
I r. Msatilda Evans. of Columbia, 8.
Is the first negro woman to prao.
medicine In South Carolina.
l 15 she entered the school for
children conducted by Miss
sehoAeld at Alken, B. 0.
|B M e s he went to Oberlin Col
and later to the Woman's Medl-
cOolme In Philadelphia. where
JpdstiWd. OnreturnImng to her
a"tf sbe bga" practlce amo"g
am d seeO realtlag the
Sr people for a hospital
M idb e of a mte fttm
paeus. This was the ,rat
'qe aIn the cepal of
At esae time det
or. on= bad to
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The number of women elected to o
Aem In Ireland is a ourse of wuo
satisfaction to the advocate of equal
suffrage. Five womea, Mrs.L.J t
Barr, Mrs. Griffin. Wa Inamltom
Lady Dockrell and Vies 0. LMAk
Grilfin were elected as urban distrl
and town counellors. 1Prtytbre
were elected as rural district coui
colors and poo' law guardians, twenty
of them for the grst time. As poc
law guardians there were so leI
than 103 women elected during tl
summer alone. The Irist Women
Suffrage Association boheld a brilltan
meeting In the Mansion House I
Dublin by permission of the Mayo
-New York $un.


H1 GOT THE OANDY.
A country doctor who took his tw
samll children, a boy and a girl
around with him one day on his via
its. had forbidden them to accept
candy, pennies. or other offerings
where he visited. One day, while
looking after the wife of his grocer
be left the twobhilldren In the store
The grocer made up a bag of candle
and cakes and offered It' to the chll
dred. The little girl declined. say
Ing: "Papa has told us not to accep
presents." As the grocer wsa putting
the bag back on the counter, the boy
who had been regretfully eying thf
retreating bag, said: "Papa said .w
muso't take them, but he didn't ay3
I musn't let you .put them In nmy
coat pocket."-New York Times.


THE SEA OTTER.
The sea otter combines the habits
of a oeal with the Intelligence and
amusing character of the otter. When
met In herds far out at sea, whieh
is but seldom now, they are comr
only seen swimming on their backs.
They even eat their food lying in
this position on the water, and nurse
their young ones on their chests be-
tween their Daws, exactly as a South
Sea island mother swims with her
balby in the water. When swimming
in this attitude they even shade their
eyes with tbelr paws when the sun
dazzles them.


ONLY A CHANCE.
Clara's auntle took her for a visit
to Niagara Falls. After viewing the
great waterfall for some time, and
the little girl falling to make any.
remarks, auntie tried to draw some
expression from her as to what abe
thought of the spectacle. Finally she
said,--
1'la)%, don't you think the falls
are beautiful, wonderful?" and was
amazed at the child's nonchalant ro-
ply,--
"0, ) as, I s'pose so; but' I Ank our
creek ut home could do It If It had
a placo."--Woman's Home Compa-


A Living IHeatritilen
"Very tow ao us realise the terrible
things ithat may result from a word
hasUly poken," aaid the benevolent
woman.
"Wel. I realise t," answered the
ounsg man who sat by her on tht0
train. "I'm a baaoba'l umpire."-
Washuntoa Star.


Waiting farther Orders.


(hllorv.~Nellio. Is your mother Istl
Mfl~e.-Mother Is out popblug Wael
eu-~eswill she rtura, ?NOWeNot
noe (cawin boas)-Mamma. what
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Healthfulness. wrog one give yw Fr thi
On account of its high altitude, | ro w rgs you in bugla
there Is no healthier spot In Flourida to be arewto to p g e... I
far all the yeac roun4 or for the wlan
toer visitors. For those who come to i
FlorldA on account uf health, many
Sad this higher altitude, dry and
balmy air is better than the lower, -- -s .dd
more harab air found fu salt waters l -r -m --,

Bus'neossa. eei IN d e|
The prinelple usiess is orange .
growing. Some 400 acres In irroves i o. sw obe* *
are here, and as this proves proat i PtN-ai e
able, thr is not much attention paid a
Serjpa. although there are saoM
es6tblies grow tor ihipant sad


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LOCATION, ATTRACTIONS, ADVAN. lpped $.30 w north of hfrit.
YTAGIIL OIL
>f. TAGS. The soll varies a great deal from
l Ifermatlon for the Visitor r om pins t low and 1fgh hsmnbek,
Sm on for Vi within a mile. so that lands for
A. "ef. aay purpose or ce6rs can be nscured
a G*b &aW Mateo can be reached from
t Laostln. Jaosoahvllle by PlorfdS East Coast
e *"a Mate%, Patam County, Ib di railway or Deach and Miller lino
n ot"ed e& the east bank of the 8L steamers (see time tables elsewhere
Iy John River, and 90 fatt above It to this paper). The Clyde's St. Johns
)r The highest point ina lorida east of river steamers arrive here about 10
s the St. Johns dryer, Whih is onehaf p a. so do not advise this route.
6e ule wide at this podit Pfre B. & M. line $1.26; railroad $2
*s Five miles from Palatka, our county from Jacksonville.
it eat (dety of 4,000), 11 mles from Lanneh Rainbow leaves Palatka
Ia St Augustine and about ?S mues every afternoon at 1'TO. Lucas line
r bmo Jacksonville. steamers 3.80 p. m., every day but
The terminus of a branob of tho nftday.
Florida East Coast Railway. The deo B. A M. line from Palatk(a p. mo.
pot being three-quarters of a nue Tueasdays, Thursdays and Baturdayk,
kr- rom the river wharL, and three trains daily on F. R. C.
" Advantages and Attractlons. ailway. Fare from Palatka 25 cents
* San Mateo has g9od shelled roads -a route. tt
Sand miles of hard sidewalks. Beautl-
* ahl wateroaks line both sides o ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
' staeta, And meet overhead In manTIMATE URNIHD ON
'Two churches, public and private Artesian W ells
schools, telegraph, telephone, express, A teSI n W lls,
money order postoflice, three mail MONCK & OWEN,
y daly, meat market, two general
, stores, who take orders and deliver CONTRACTORS,
p. woods at your door, weekly paper.
t The place la Incorporated, .but np HASTINQk, FLA.
e town taxes have been collected for *
e over ten yeaft; the many public im. sPPAYING P. MV
. provements are made by the push and Crestllne 'lsunsbine" has
'. generosity of the citizens and pulling so.td brass eylinders. CaL
s together. The state and county taxes be used as all-round pump.
Write for free circular. Ask
are about 20 mMls on about one-third forr Information on any
- valuation pumpkin problem. We make
,unt *s for all uses.
g Oood bunting and fishing, deer, tar- CRtaSTMINa mrl. co.,
key, ducks and quail, black bass and crest' ne. Ohio.
e other Florida fresh water fish. l'umps, binks, Hose.
e Good boarding house, Byrlyn Placo,
y open winters; rates eight t6 ten dol. "You ar' made to T a eii .
[ lars per week; 12.00 day. New and liberal management.
Six thousand people went through
the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove The New ki tn Hotel
here last season.
One of the boat advantages Sea KALBFIELD a VARiN,
Mateo enjoys is transportation; being Proprietors.
an both river and rail is an advantage PALATKA,. PFLORIDA.
that few Ilorida points enjoy. The Catering especially to the commer.
past season, for InFtaoe, railroads cial trade. Central and most desira.
and terminals at Jacksonville were bly located for business. Rates $2 to
more than congested and fruit ship- $2.50. Special by the week. In con.
ped from pontas down the central section: The Graham Hotel-iaurope.
part of the state was, in some cases, n ph.
three weeks getting to Jacksonville, -
4,a rouse to northern maskete, and l | s ll Nuerles
did not bring enough to pay frolght, 1 iil8 viiU0 -NuFrtsies
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time. would ehip from here one day New catalog for the coming season
and have fruit go out of Jcksonvlle tan a good lit of fruit, foret,
on the Clyde ship the next. This lit t
tIe matter this season alone was aut and ornamental trees In variety;
worth thousands of dollars to the San shrubs, roses, palms, ferns, etc. Send
Mateo growers and the homeseeker tlr It.
. will do well to bear In mind trans
portation and cheap rates that come AV
with competition, In selecting a Flor ale Uo Uio Al S P p*
Ida locaton. P
The population is about 850. who GaleVill e, Florida.
eamne mostly from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive and sociable. Have a beo
tor class of homes than can be found
ht any place In the south of Its slet.
The buildings kept painted and I la a very serious smaer to ask
rounds in good order. fA oe med.*, aad have theI


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HOW IT GOT OUT.
An Atchison girl tlerk will be mar
tried shortly and to-day a reporter ask,
ed her when the wedding would oe
cur. The girl was astonished at th,
question. She said: "I cannot image
Ine how it got out that I was to b4
married. I tave not told a soul bu
my relations, his relations, the mai
I work for and the girls In the store.


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AN u i AmeNe the Mli%
^ *.7- de Tmels.

Yt E Pn bs have yslo
a ft' bto"4 T*i heves for the
meet pst with arrangla co'turws.
tpy ha Sow added te" ert of makb
Igf tohes to mat1h the coiffure.
Under the auplese of the Hal-
dreos Unlo of Paris a "eompeti-
tieO 4 grslee" was be!d at LAca"
MOOe eole Prsacalae ier Coiffure ain
the Boulevard deo Strasboarg. The sab.
jeet "et for competition was for the
hairdressers to make themselves to
represent as lifelike as possible the
varlooa rulers and sovereigns oL the
world.
in the remarkable procession which
paraded In the halls of the hair.
dressing academy were seen more or
leos successful presentations of King
Edward, the Czar, the German Em-
peror, the Emperor Francis Joseph,
the Mikado, President Fallieres.
King AWlonso. the Emperor Menelik,
the SuHtan and various o'her eminent
personages. The prix d'honneur. a
medal presented by the Prefect of the
Seine, was won by M. 3Montl.-lJon-
don Telegraph.


Prejudice Against the Stage In China.
So great Is the official prejudice
against the stage In Ohina that at
extends even to the children actors,
and these are prohibited from -hold*
ing any post under the government.
Four years ago the grandson of an
actor named (Cheng was appointed
translator to the Chinese legation at
Berlin. Cheng In his day was in
the very front of his profession, anJ
ranked as high in the esteem of all
classes of society as Sir Henry Tr-
ving did in his country. Yet the
nomination of his descendant cause.1
an outcry among Chinese official 4,
and a memorial praying for his re-
moval was presented .to the Empress
dowager. The new official, it was
pointed out, belonged to the castle
of actors,.who ranked with barbers
and chiropodists, as the three lowest
elases In the country. The younger
Cheng, however, was able to prove
that his parents did -not follow his
grandfather's profession. so the :p.
pointment was allowed to stand.-

Step inside, Please.
We recall the story of the negro
porter who, having requested a well.-
known politician to move inside the
Pullman, was asked slyly whether a
platform wasp't made to stand on.
"No, sah," the darky twinkled, "a
platform is made to git in on, suh."
Irving Bacheller in leading the hero
of hbls new novel "The Hand-Male
Gentleman" through the paces of ad-
venture, relates how the youth and
a fellow companion, en route to be-
coming runaways, boarded a railway
train, and, being fearful to enter
without car-fare, stood outside. The
train roared aid creaked along, and
the platform, narrates Mr. Bacheller,
began to sway and jump and shovo
and Jerk and waver. Just then a
brakeman passed through, and swung
his lantern where the boys' eyes couid
ade the picture of a grave on the
car door. Its headstone bore these
words:
"Sacred to the memory of a man
who once stood on a car platform."
Where Tipping il Tabooed.
It may be Iteresting to mention
that it is neither customary nor ad.
visible to give tips anywhere west
of the Sierra Madres. I did it on
two occasions, and in both cases
learned to my regret that the waiters
became so familiar with the guests.
and slack in their services, both to
myself and others. that they were
discharged from their employment by
ie 'Mexican proprietor, whose watch-
ful eye discovered the lax attention
pretty quickly, and without complaint
from the viatosw. I felt very un-
eeoortable about It, for my intended
kAses w wa Is btb IlastsOes the
eoft of the troeble.-4rom "Beyond
a4 Ma.tesq Ierr-," *y Dille Wal-


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HNADmY OP YALL
Tth abee seltedasse of Presdent
Hadley is a byword. He boarded a
street oar one dsy, and aeling his
old frend, the late Professor 8ey*
mour, step on the same car, he
rushed up and eagerly shook hands
with the conductor, while Indifferently
dropping a nickel In the nand of the
famous Greek scholar.
Dr. Hadley reached his recitation
room On another day when he sud-
deinly remembered that he had left
his watch. He was lost without It,
yet he must begin hl.4 recittion in
a few minutes; so as to see If he
would have time to go for the missing
timepiece he automatically reached
In h's vest rocket, drew out the
watch which he had put there after
all, and glancing at It exclaimed:
"Yes, I'll just have time to get it."
and started home cn a run.
Eccentric though be be President
Hadley Is never without a ready an I
witty remark. Yale's Sundiy services
are addressed by prominent clergymen
of many denominations ard from
many cities. When these visiting
preachers o.pas'onally ask *President
Iladley how Icng they shall speak ho,
Invariably replies: 'There is no lim.
it, sir, upon ithe time yoa may preach,
bu there is a Yale tradition that no
souls are saved after the first 20 min
utes."--Bohemien.


City a Thousand Years old.
Budlapest, whose front Is circled
with lights like a frown, whose hills
rise dark and feath ry al.ove tho riv-
er, whose Parliament buildings run
along the bank and are second to
none but Westminster-Budapest
bright, flashing, gay, beautiful, mo.l.
ern and rich, ardent and executive.
close-built and an algat ative-bWend.
er of peoples-is the product of on'y
a few decades, and yet at its las'
exposition it celebrated its thou.
sAndth birthday. Pest, to the right
cf the river-for the cities are twin
and divided by the Danube-Pest
dates back to 1200; and Buda was
the Ofen of4he Romans. Buda clinrbe
up the opposite hill. today magnfi.
gently new,. but sown round with
green crumbling walls that mark the
p-issin- of the original founders
whose painted gallery came up theo
Danube from the; Black Sea. The
twentieth-century civilization, sharp-
ly new and powerful, must- for a mn.
inent be brushed aside and the Buda
of medieval times put in its stead-
Marie Van Vorst, in Hari:er's Mag-i*
zine.

Future of Aviation.
Very different are the views hell1
b)y prominent aviators as to what po-
sition the science of mechanical flight
will have attained five years hence.
In the opinion of Captain Ferber.
who is one of the keentst pioneers
of aviation In France, the aeroplan,'
will at that time be able to carry
four or five people with t:ase, and
there will be a regular service of ma.
chines between Dover and Calais, as
well as between other ports where
the distance is not of great length.
Closed acconinodation will be pro-
vided on board these machines,. whiob
are to be of such a size that their
use will be debarred where the
space ls limited. Other opinions are
much less hopeful as regards the com-
meretal alde of the aeroplane's 4)>os
albillies, aml. according to Mr. Mau.
rice Parman, the flying machine will
for a long time to c(jne -be reserved
for the use of the Intrepid sports
men. The Comte de (astillon lof
Saint-Victor likewise thinks that the
carrying capacity of the aeroplane wil!
always be limited, but its speed wil'
Increase.-New York American. I


London now has Its Lambs' Club,
which has Just been opened in Jernyn
street. It is not on quite the same
plan as the similar society nla New
York.

Many a man is an expert head at
puttlno his foot in It, chirps the
Chimso News,


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We have decided to continue our


sale on all men's and boys'clothing


and furnishing goods, Leather


goods, Shoe3s--and in fact every-


thing that comprises our stock.


while we are at our present loca-


tion.


Until August we will be locate at the Old l)lub Store. first block
from the river, where we will be glad to serve our patrons to the best
threat t is to be had, as we have don hel'tofore.


This Sale is No Fake.


It you haven't been a custuomlr ak somellone who has purIchutsed and
be, (oinvilIced as to the bargains we ;ale ,l inig.
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We are offering suits of the latest fahlics and designs at front $,.5o to
$17.uO. These are suits that wcre originally wuinlh from $13.5u to



$27.50.


Boys' Clothing.


At the same big reduction Th1'se gtocds are worthy of your considera-
lion. ('ome in and look them over. We\ dun'l ask you to buy until you
have seen what you are getting. Convince yourself.
Our shoe department is made up of such lines as thae famous Italston,
Ilanan, U. & P. and W. L. Douglas, together with the famous Hindtge,
Kalmbach & logie Swamp and lagging Hoots.
On these also we are making a big reduction.


Remember we Sell the Only Guaran-

teed Patent Leather Shoe Sold

Putnam County.

We have a complete line of men's linen co M t and pantri the must
popular apparel for hot weather. ('Cuo in and look thenm over-its
woith your while.

Our Stock of Suit Cases, Trunks and Grips is Unex-


celled In this Section.


These we are Sell-


ing AT FACTORY PRICES.


Our Overalls are all UNION M A iI.:. We handle no other.
We have endeavored to do our part thus far through our sale and in
ieturei our friends have shown their appreciation by availing them-
selves of the opportunity we have o(ftirer'd. Now, we are continuing our
sale for no other reason than "we' want a new stock iu a new store."
Our customers demand the best and It is our highest aim to see that
they get it. Our new store will be one of the best equipped in this sec-
"lion of the state, and we want to d impose of all our pre,,ent stock be-
fore we enter It; therefore, the aforesuid bargains. TiK, OPPORT'UN-
ITY 18 YOURS-DON'T MISH IT.




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*.. ages who have written, on tb
subject have compared the first truf
1:'4 l teor'with the Immortal hero who
gefatly daring, first ventured upon ar
Soyter. Its appearance is not of *t
self alluring; Its existence is so far
"uncanny" that nobody used to know
how-without root, suckers or visa
ble seedoe-t came Into being. More
over, notwithstanding the supremacy
of the truffle among .gastronomic de-
lights, Its charms nre not. It Is said,
those which inspired love at first
sight-or tastg. "Tell me," sid
Monte Cristo to this guest, "the first
tkne you tasted truffles an.l
dainties which you now adore, did
you like them?" And the implied in.
itial indifference or ever distaste
S makes the subsequent "adoration" the
deeper and more wonderful. For tho
chroniclers of It. virtues, says The
London Globe, rise to heights of poetic
eloquence when alluding to it. It li
"the black diamond of modern gastra-
nomy"--"the mnst delicious produc-
tlon of the earth and the gods"-
Sts fragrance Is described -as resenm."
ling the various or combined odors
of the strawberry, tho lily-of-t'he-val-
ley, musk and th(- sweet, Ineffable
perfume of rotting leaves. It is trite
that Pliny describes this "under-
ground edible mushroom" as "vltltm
terre"-a vice of the oarth-but Plin'y
is alone In his depreciatory estima'e,
probably truffles did not agree wli'.
him. They were certainly appreeat'.
ed 'at the gorgeous banquets of old
Rome. Martial, though most repre-
hesilbly describing the truffles as
S "second only to the mushroom," up
braids a greedy guest for approprlat-
ing Vtbe dish to himself, and Juvenalt
describing a feast, waxes enthusas.
tic In their praise: "Then will be
served up truffles if It happen to 6e
spring, and the thunder devoutly
hoped for by the epicure shall aug-
ment the supper." And though thee
Syrian truffles, which would seem to
be the only ones known to the an-
cieDts, were not to be compared with
the choice species of today, yet i
' guest at this same banquet is so en-
raptured with them that he bids "Ly-
bla, keep your earn and unyoke your
oxen, provided only you send us truf-
flea."


The idea of truffles being laid-like
eggs-by thunderstorms was fairly
generally held, and Plutarch some-
where gravely associates them wlth
electricity. Unimaginative naturalie's
of more modern date explain thli
by lte matter of fact remark that
the close, humid atmospherical con.
ditions frequently synchronizing wLUh
thunderstorms are favorable for the
development of truffles-another plc-
turesque belief that tibey were more
f plentiful at the time of the full moon
being prosaically accounted for by
."- the suggestion that at the full moon
al hts are lighter and consequently
better suited for finding most things.
~ WolJdlg truffles. As has been said
plh mode of genesis of the truffle.
RJV for long an Insoluble mystery,
ani there Are some who say that
tly. though not sclentdaesly,
Us U mystery sUUtll. etods of pro-
It, which met with more or
sae meo. were decidedly of the
kind. A ach servant

tau"ls with the a*A
Si se had bee Washed
at borsheam; a sMan

a tu t. o whea 'se
I*'.6 .e, w kaw
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to tue 4Jtuor eiatu. It is generaIyi
recalled of Swinburne by a contem-
porary public that he was a man of
intense feeling and independent cona
eviction. not over-fond of society, a
lover of country solitude and devoted
to a few friends. The lifelong friend-
ship which he enjoyed with Theodora
Watts4Dunton sometimes obscures
the relationship toe bore to other lit
erary men, but it will be remembered
.that he was a worshipper of Brows-
ing. % companion of Walter Savage
LAndor, and the cherished friend of*
George Meredito.-Harper's Weekly.4

When science has dispoed of a few
morse of the gila that Gesh is heir
to there is no reason why men
shouldn't live to oe one buasdIrd sat
fltty; so says a welui4own lasurasee
expert, Su1 tb Abertoess pttl
ter. The asia 4Uiltyi S, Io thp
preset tgaIUe tn o *ke -iv us.
til sleep be m ade theb few ad.
ditAomal 4Iscovertes.
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nth.A mselAe taet* 5s W
d4 *ev appresbas te te t it t1
the opiiato of its lovers. Oa ft
reminded somewhat of IsAb's ales
sgias to the raptures of plneapple-.
It Is "almost too trasftnadent---e -e
light If not sinful yet so like to sin-
salg that a tender consceleeed per-
son would do well to pause-too ra,
fishing for mo.tal tastS"-which ro-
calls to us that at one time the truf.
Sfle was actually looked askance at
by stern moral:sts Pa "tco seductiVe,
* dangerously dear." And the later
epithet was, according to some, true
" physically as well as morally. Avi-
r cenna considered lbat truffles were
causative of apoplexy, a dlotum that
Was doubtless In the mind of the ami*
able 'Mr. Wormwood when he ue.-
ceeded In making miserable a fellow
dinner guest. Mr. *Davldson, "short
and f3t and without any apparent
neck at all." had been enjoying some
"salml des perdreaux aui truffles,"
the latter of which he praised en-
thuslastioilly. "Very likely," said
Wormwood, with a dejected air (he
was a tall. meagre man with a fleck
a yard long). "I am particularly food
i of them, but I dare not touch one-
I truffles are so very apoplectic-you.
I make no dotobt, may eat them In
safety." And the next morning at
breakfast. when 1Mr. Davidson ar-
rived rather late: "Coed God," said
Wormwood. dropping h's roll, "how
very iII you look today. Mr. David-
son; face flushed veins swelled-oh,
these horrid truffles!" Authoritlpa
have declared that the way par ex-
cellence to enjoy truffles, to realize
all the poetic ecstacy whiob they
Inspire, to appreelate the subtly blend-
ed fragrance and sqa culence which
they yield to their wo. zipperss, Is
"sautes in champagne." But the dish
which appealed so strongly to the vio.
timized Mr. Davidson has advocates.
iBron mentions "young partridge l-
lets decked with truffles." and asks
triumphantly: What are the fillet
on the Victor's brow to these?

SWINBURNE.

Some of His Friendships Among Lit.
erary Men.
The 'death of Swinburne took
place five days after the celebration
of the poet's seventy-secoond birth.
day, hrs *birth having been In 1837.
contemporaneous with the coronation
of Queen Victoria. The poet's first
published volume, "'Rosamund an l
the Queen 'Mother," appeared 48.years
ago, and at least one volume from h14
pen has appeared every year since
that time. The last year of thie Ilf
was prolific of three volumes-"The
Duke of Gandia," which was a short
poetic tragedy; "The Age of Shakes-
peare," and "Three Plays of Shakes.
peare." the last being published by
the Harpers only four days previous
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beads taken i was decided to Invoke
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a0te the savagee In Job lots. Wire
feolase were run around the vil-
lage, and thee when the Japanese
aed few abots the Pormosans ran
away. but only to fall upon the high.
ly charged wiree and be electrocuted.
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i'he promontories In the career of
Lhe Rev. John, Wesley Ifll may be
brlielly pointed out. He was born at
Kallda, -Ohio, May 8, 1863. His
father, the Rev. John Wesley 1111Hi1,
1). D., is a Methodist preacher, of the
bheolc-type, having been in the active
ministry for half a century. Thie pas-
tor of the Metropolitan Temple ob-
tained his secular education at the
Dhio Northern University, and .studied
theoogoy ln Boston Tehalogical Sem-
4 inary. While a student in Boston he
%wTa pastor of iggleston Square
Church, which it soon became neces-
sary to enlarge in order to accommo-
date the growing congregation. Prior
to ehis his trial experience in the-
Itlenrancy oeourred at Sprague, then
Wathington Territory. In 1888 he
w appointed to the First Church at
S Ogaen, Utah. He soon Inaugurated a
restless warfare upon the Mormon
Hierarchy, and during his five years'
pVWorate at Ogden the city was roe-
cued from the political control of the


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tory In, Utah. He also erected at
Ogden the finest church edifice be-
tween Denver. and Ban Francisco.
Thence he went to Helena, Montana,
and in 1898 to Minneapolis, where he
founded and built the Fowler Memor-
ial Church at a cost of $150,000. In
1896 he was appointed to the pas-
torate of the First Methodist Episco-
pal Church at Fostoria, Ohio., In
189b he went to Grace Church., lar-
risburgs, a., where he remained six
years. Here he also served as Chap-
lain of the State Senate. From Har-
risburg he was assigned to Janes
Church, .prooklyu. Within three
years he added 600 members to the
church rqll aud then was called to his
present great work at the Metropol-
itan Temple, In New York City.
Whenmhe took charge it was practical-
ly without membership; to-day there
are oa Itp muster rolls over 700
names and a debt of $40,000 has been
wiped out.


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does not fall into the bottom of the
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edge of the receptacle it is chiefly
employed where the receptacle is
deeper than the spoon is long.-Phil.
adelphia Record.
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