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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: July 17, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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V04 18 Not 89. oSAN MATEO, FLAJULY 179 1909 bPaulsbeiwool $t."a Tar
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lews of the Week


Looal Weather Report.

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So M and Saord pUlayd -a
ga u. ball Thursday of 14 ianings
in e l ne r side seqred.

Mrs. S. 8.Crosby, Mrs. J. A.
Croesy qt Adea, leave for High-
lande, N. C., wegTAp4py.


Oopy of Calhoun (Oa.) News re-
ceiv this week, has "J. Boas"
at th mast-head as business man-
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Bas ebl at Palatka.
The Palatka-Oainesville ball game
Wednesday at the Palatka park was
a corker, alright, running through
the nine innings without a run on
either side.
Owing to the manager of the Oak
Halls refusing to continue, they for-
feited the game to Palatka, 9 to 0.
The fans were muchly disappoint-
ed at not seeing the best game of
many seasons fought out, and the
remarks passed as to Manager Davlt
as a sport were anything but coin-
piimentary. If his reasons for call-
ing his ment off were as heard on the
street-" uafair do ipus of the um-
re"--be ie a sorry prop.
.$4gd Sdu,"ipOWentfor the


The two closest, ashd la
elose dpoisiods, were awhen
runners were on 1is $4d I, haadgiv-.
ipg Palatka the long end of It made
ao differeneb in the score aayhow. *
SQOn balls and strikes the Oak Hall
pitcher who pitched 6 of te 9 Inu-
nings informed us that be was satis-
fled with the umpires' decisions on
balls and strikes-not more than one
or two he even thought might have
been miscalled. '
The Oak Hall shortstop made a
beautiful st0p of a tot liner, and: the
right-fil1der made a peg frbm deep
right to iome plate that out of Joe
MerAiW&rtaun n igrt shape.
fed errill's long run and catch
of i foul fly, and, in fast, the all-
ra4n. eod playing of the whol 18
mewa s this gouwe wiUl be talked
dabutetr som tLme to come.
tifatray tbe laos"s met the same
1 ast edtrlmisped them pure-
I ost ou laPiii them by a score of
i4 on*n. Walker started In
for $bo e bka-4 eat oo amcount
*A* ant aiest work la
rolled by
S pa ta pre-
the a*ftr ard@. pM
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Palatka .......... 0 02 1 1 0 00 0-4
Galnesville ..... 00 100000 0-1
Hits off Walker 8, off Dillon I, off
Spottswood 9.
UITpires: Rowley, of San Mateo,
and Hutchinson, of Gainesville.

A Close Call.
Miss Ethel Lee had a lose call
from drowning at Pablo BeaCl) last
Sunday. The MeliWolis has the
following about Its
Miss Lee and Mr. Carter went in-
to the surf about lOo'clock, and after
about tea minutes spent in the shal-
loW water near the shore, moved ont
further in the surf.
8uddenoy.they stepped off into a
slough whieh had formed and in
W e Water was running la ano
aMt A tirrlfo spd.' I
M was bes sis fees dewl
F t Mt. Aatoee real_-nd "the
danger, but Miss Lee did not. ,r.
Carter called to some men on the
beach to come to his aid, but they
gave no signs that h had heard
Mr. Carter's appeal, and he was
forced to battle with all of his might
to keep from being carried further
out to sea. Miss Lee became ex-
cited and attempted to grasp Mr.
Carter, but he finally induced her to
control herself.
The force of the undertow seemed
to be doubled with each wave, and
Mr. Carter was almost exhausted
when E. C. Davedeit, who had seen
the distress of the couple, came out
to aid them. Just as he reached
them a huge wave came and com-
pletely covered the trio, Miss Lee
being unconscious by the water that
was forced into her lungs. Before
the men reached shore, with Miss
Lee hanging behind, a dead weight,
other waves continued to roll over
them, and she was nearer dead than
alive when the shore was reached.


She was carried to the home of her
unole, 0. P. Havens, where a physL-
elan attended, but two hours elapsed
before the young lady reovered
aonaelokonse This morning she
wa reported to be resting easer, but
M a~lin a w ea condition.
M Oaurter was exhausted by his e-
e1aw* and says he believes a-
t mants withqu aS d wvold
4aTO ben fatal to both. The aid

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Gentlemen Interested.
Miss Kate L. Lucas wishes to in-
form the public that she Is now pre-
pared to re-block, bleach, clean. and
renovate gentlemen's Panama and
straw hats, as well as cleaning der-
bies and soft felt hats of every des-
cription.
Miss Lucas has just recently com-
pleted a thorough course in this work
under the able instruction of Mr.
Charles of New York. She has in-
stalled a complete outfit and all
work is fully guaranteed.
Orders left with Miss LUCea will
receive best attention. Out of town
orders are also solicited and careful,
prompt attention promised. k-. 14


e i FOR SALM.
Putnam County Poor Farm.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners will entertain propositions
for the sale of the Putnam County
Poor Farm.
This Farm consists of Eighty (li*
acres of rich hammock and mue
lands situated IN miles from Flora-
home; about eight acres of Pecan
trees; fine stock range; good two-
story residence and barn.
This Is an ideal situation for a
home, and sto well adapted to the
growth of fruits, of which there are
some flqe spealmens on the place;
about forty aerefdunder cultivation
present Fear, fences in good re-
pair* .
For further Information apply to
Co., Commissioner T. J. Rogers,
Putnam Hall, Fla., or
HXNRY HUToHINSON,
Clerk Circuit Court, Palatka, Fla. .


at Prices never before heard of. Fal-
ly Warranted. Genuine Elgin or,
Waltham Watches, -sid nickel, du.t
proof ease, stom wind, sten set. opp
oe, seat by mall post paid. for *


Money returned if not as ropresent-
ed. Bupply limited a, It price.


UAS. I. EWTON
Palatka, Florida
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Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
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106-113 FRONT ST, PALATKA.


We


Want


Shippers I


Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pineapples
and All Florida Products.
OGE IN TOUCH WITH US. WE HAVE EXCELLENT FACILITIES
FOR HANDLING FANCY FRUIT, VEGETABLE AND PRODUCE.
WRITE OR WIRE FOR MARKET.
RUBBER STAMP ON APPLICATION.
CHA8. W. APPE L & CO., LTD,
109 POYDRAS STREET. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Established 1884.
24 Years Experience in Selling Florida Oranges.


Cerrish Brothers
52 and 54 BOSTON.
Commercial St. BOSTMASS.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.


Members of National L.Mgue C ommiuloa Merchants of V. 1
Ibefereoe: The Item, 4th Nat Bank, Boston.
WRITE US FOR STW1NIA


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Wholesale Fruit and Produce.
WIUT IM RUFI AND WWWTALML A SPWIAIAT,


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KENN ERLY HARDWARE Be~o*
A" Clouty Ae~ats A t00
CUUM CEILLUD PLOWS
AIMo for the


Lla... TOVIIS of all klndso ookdig UtpO% Names, hess kW
Plow Castngs, Spats., nwoes. She 2004 N IMs, l Ws Wus, UO
PolU'v sad BaGS Wire
MALT"A 4


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YOU WILL USE


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N. Robson & Son,

COMMISSION MERCHANTS


WHY NOT NOW?


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THE LARGEST RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLES
TON. SHIP US" PEACHES, CANTA LOUPES AND MELONS. Y 0 U
WILL FIND IT A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH US, BECAU-LE
WE ARE RELIABLE AND WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
IN EAST BAY. 1 AND 2 ATLANTIC WHARF


Why Stay North and Freeze?

Come to San Mateo and spend the winter out of doors, and you will
come again.
It you want to rent a cottage, write us; we have them furnished, and
ready to move In. Byrlyn Place. (see advertisement In this paper) can-
aot be beaten In Florkia for a board Ing house. Write-

Real Estate Agency.


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or the Goverumet Academies. Military
I prompt obedience and manly carriage.
ar old, with exerienoed teachers. Cadete
tncl and ladi of hvt mUy, securing
mete. CulUvatws ad educates. Modern
utal phycal and meal training. sthd
aprk, one quarter mile running track,
mato, epulsv rronment. In the soelal
reaned Chrtt peop The town noted


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ORCHARD *PRAY PUMPS
SPRAYING SOLUTIONS
IRRIGATION G PUMPS
SAS0LINS ENGINES
MALLARY MILL SUPPLY CO0
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Me hi ly Insured by
Capital
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Stockholders Liability
Aotual security to depositors -


1l00,000
$250,000
$100,000
$450,000


NOTE-This Bank Is Number One on the "Honor Roll" of
National Banks In Florida, and No. -187 In the whole
United States, among over sixty-eight hundred National
eaoks.


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Proven by our sucoess and our reputation.


Square Deinus
Ask our patrons.
Corteo Trtment


Open an aoeount with us and we will demonstrate It


FIRST


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BANK,


St. Augustine, Fla.


0, Leprw SIwIs, Pr-0t.


J. Walter Hilliard, S.cly, & Tr..


PlAce Your PIRB INSURANCE With


The 6. Loper Bailey Comp'y
Opplt Wsters UmI.s Telegraph Office Palatka, Fla
TIME.TRIED AND


FIRE TESTED.


INSURE YOUR LIFE IN

Th GrMaia Lil Insurance Co.
NBW YORK.
Strong, Liberal, Prompt
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SelfmOpening Cate OF.oRIDZ
For any driveway or Iosts. Open.
ed by any vehicle without assi$s
ance or stopping. Easily opened by
hand, on foot or horseback, and
n ever stands unfastened. Cannot
be opened by any stock. With full
control of reins and teams, acI*
dents are avoided. The machine.
cry is all above ground, and so
simple it never gets out of order.
Satisfaction or no sale. It Adds
cove ausio., .e. and safety of any home.


MANLOVE CATE


CO.,


STETSON SHOES FOR


079 XAT HUnON 9%
tHICAUO, ILL.
MEN.


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


The only authorized bottlers are


The Palala Coca Cola Bot111in Co
EDWARD KUMMER, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.


QUEEN QUALITY & AMERICAN
GIRL SHOES FOR LADIES.
A full line of Shoes for Boys, Misses & Childrea
CITY SHOE STORE.
HERBERT CROOK, Prop.

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


Admission


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Children 5c.


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FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES
Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Roxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.
WRITE FOR PRICES.


Smith's Home-Made Candy-All Kinds
Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Kisses,
' SUTTERCUPs, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.
SClGEAl PRALOL I HOTud COLDJ IIN .
PmulTV.y.n, IARl. TOSACCO., TC. ALSO CARRY FULL LINE
OP NUVLSR's CANDIES


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Uthe fall Sultan Abdul Harold Is
fegl1ning to get accustomed to his
Iew life In his prison villUa t Sal-
aftI, writes a Constantinople cor-
Nervous at first, be now seems In-
teresled in the simple things which
S ind him, omettmnes going for a
W&1 In the ISrden and asking the
Be of the flowers. Of the women
of the harem who have accompanied
the master, two girls, aged fourteen
sd fifteen years. respectively, are
hastalled as hise favorites. -
In the meantime, extraordinary dis-
overlee have been made in Yfldis
Xtokk, and go far to prove the many
strange stories told of Abdul's queer
device to protect his life and wealth.
To get the safes open a clever
ko*Itbmth was brought from Pers. As
soon as he began to rork on one of
them te warned all present to stand
. way, as he feared an explosion.
As soon as the door began to turn
on iti hinges detonations were heard.
7Thy emne from pistols placed In
the mafe, which were fired autontatic-
ally when the safe wis tampered with.
The eunuoh Nadid, from who:n In-
formation is being extracted concern-
ing the Sultan's secrets, was taken
through the apartments of the palace
with his hand fastened and soldiers
all around him. All advances wero
mande with utmost precautions. It was
well known that there were all kinds
of traps and ambushes, which the
eusebh alone knew existed, and into
t"ih be could let those accompany*-
Mag him fall.
In that part of the place where
the Sultan resilded there were found
r11ms with doors in the walls, hid-
Sdes room, movable doors In the floo:'s
end pits full of spikes and other kinds
of diabolical Inventions.
There were also lay-figures found
representing Abdul Hanid, and ad-
mirably made. They were used to
hide his presence in one pirt of the
palace, being placed so as to give the
Idea to people outside that he was
reading in a certain ro n or sleep-
taing.
In one of the greatest cellars wero
found Innumerable elephants' tuska.
The strong box, containing silver,
jewelry, account books and bank
books referring to deposits In foreign
banks-that in the Duetsch bank
*mounting to $10,000,000-was trpns-
Oerred to the Minister of War.
One of the reports made by the
SlrUamentary Committee. tal4qg the
lavestory of Yildis Kiosk. mentions
tSe dlecoveor of .a number of foreign
-IS Turkish bons lai the clothing us
.aince. Kalm, i of Abdul Hamld,
-Whe aoompanied his father.into ban-
Imemat. The clothes were.searched
bgenase they were, being forwarded
*r the use of the prince at Salonika.
Another find consisted of numerous
gem5 ad reports contained In a
SHNmS room. Among them was a
e t e m an 600 trouble notes, seat-
i about between papers.
^0J il to a government officlil
Dnuts ll 3d Din, soe of Abdul
atq Iids to organise a rising
I aal to march on Salouikea
LS iMd of -an Albanian army to
hMt'hr te *.-*Wahngaton Star.

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sometimes takes e-mail Ads, but thoy
are frequently english spapws, tor
which he Is eattle 4o almost as
mcbh credit as for W l. rat destrue I
tio. Ith ordinary note of thas
epegle Its a keag s tremdoo
whistle, which ean be Imktatol edft.
flea y well to ell the owl to choe
a It Ms. however, a verled
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adeutaadlg to he coutrary. evwr
teme q4 o0rd, theot it acose 4
to leas easeIments, it as # *A o
tatI quantity eves when 0 dOer
Is best ud the buyer atled.
pA lumbenm ma have ao tract of
pulp wood which he lls to a paper
mill at 16 a cord for i8 many cords
as It will make. It la ta the contract
that he shall cut and stack t. He
cuts it In 18 loot lengths and when
the job is complete it measures 201
i ords and he reeves $1,000 for It.
Would he have inado or lost by cut.
ting four foot lengths instead of
twelve? He would have lostaf In the
first pace from the additional labor
required to cut 4 foot wood, but his
principal los would have resulted
from a greatly diminished number of
cubcl feet, due to the fact that short
sticks lie closer together than large.
Had the 200 cords of 12 toot wood
been cut In 4 foot lengths there would
have been only 17 cords and the
owner would have received for it
$880 instead of $1,000. It was there.
fore clearly to llis advantage to cut
12 foot length*, but it would have
been to the buyer's advantage to have
it cut In 4 foot lengths. He wou'd
have received the same actual quan-
tity of wood for $120 less.
It also makes considerable differ.
ence to the seller whether wood is
chopped or sawed. If chopped the
chips are lost. Where the loga me
hrge this loss amounts to no small
total. In a cord of four foot wood
with stclks six inches In diameter the
chip loss is from 6 to 8 per cent.,
and of course the shorter the sticks
are cut the greater the loss. If the
wood is sawed the sawdust loss is
scarcely the half of 1 per cent.
Cords of split wood contain less
than cords of round sticks. The finer
the wood Is split the more it makes.
Hence wood dealers are often willing
to sell kindlings all sawed and split
for the same price a cord as unsplit
wood. They get back the cost of
labor in the increased bulk.
A cord (128 cubic feet) of 4 foot
hard wood usually contains about 83
cubic feet of soltd wood; a cord of
3 foot wood averages 83% cuble
feet, of 2 foot wood 84 feet and of
I foot wood, 85 feet. The conifers (soft
woods) contain 90 to 96 cubic feet.
Thus the purchaser receives on an
average about two-thirds of a cord of
real wood and one-third of a cord of
spaces.
In some countries wood is bought
by weight and the buyer comes more
nearly getting what he birgalns for,
but even then he may miss it if he
receives green wood when he wants
dry. According to timber testing en-
gineers of the United States Forest
Service wood may lose half or more
its green weight in seasoning.-From
the FPrester.
Birds of the Night.
Have you ever stopped to consider
bow many birds there are abroad af-
ter nightfall? Writing In Suburban
*Ufe B. 8. Bowdish, the well-known
naturalist, describes many such birds.
"The rcreech-owl." he says, "is prob-
ably the best-known member of the
owl family-the one most apt to come
about' barns and houses and even Into
the villages, yet Its habits are not so
well known but that It Is a aeeh-
maligned bird. Its food consists, la
a very large degree, of rats and mice.
and It is the 'quest of such vermin
which brings It about human habits-
tions, where the pestiferous rodents
often swarm. True this little owt


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Ippromls Bower n a vegeable
seMaoroaer %y%. Morethlamoo
peopk are worklua to make Perry's
seedsSall you. Buy the best-Ferry*s.
, r e everywhere.

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LABOR WORLD.


A building trades council has been f
formed In Winnipeg, Canada.

















A union of building laborers has
I. n Ca a
Tacoma, Wash., a the officaorgan


The strike of Ironworkers In Le in.
eolnshire, England. ended recently, a
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settlement being effected.l
The New Hampshire LegilatUre
paformed the weekly pay bill for corpor.
nations empof building laboren per.
Sons.
Boton (Maniz.)ed ign WriteSt. Paul, Union
Th making for an Incr Ceaserr of fifty cents
a day, which will ect make the nw mini
mum rate $4 a day.
The unions of lovers and the gen-
eral leather workers pInGermany have
amalgamated, which bring the ial ormem-
bership of the joint unions up to 11,-
000.
After two weeks the 1600 volun-
settlemen at Pottvbein eeted. Pa., who
ent on strike against reduction of ty cents
an appropriation of $1000 to eack
copa day, wonhich will make the new minut.
eral leather reductkers in wagermany have
_been waed to In Northumberland,
M* o, In colliery workers' wagr,
amalgt In Drhm the amated, which brings to be rem-
Aftrrer to arbitration.
r iremen a T Po, ttvh, Pa., who
bay* two eandldates for membership
on We city board pledged. Aslsisi
weon Mexican labor at red1.
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COLLBO EAOADMYr AND COOL OP MUJL +WP M
PINE ARI', DOMMeTIC AN INd WTitAL A#i A
AND NI/NSWS
Carnegie Hall and third m a's o rltry BOW aompleted; elet
trio lights, steam and fturaso heat; hlrg f tolty; health
conditions; fne lymUaitulD, athletes fld", boatSn, teb.o *at--,
golf links, baseball, football! and bak etbUll teams Mp 49 Of
Florida in 1909. Nearly a quarter ot a atllion dollars e0aowmeat
ezxienes moderate; scholarships available; Christia buW Uad2 4
nominational; stands for *
Chractert Culture, Conduot
FoPer atalogue Address the Predent:
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So It etdatae by the Towa Oo.
d l ea Mateso ity, lorida, that
he follewlas appreriations for the
reft 190 be sad hereby are author-
ee::*
Por ~trest Improvement. .. $00.00
Pt cletk's salary .. .. .. .. 50.00
for Icidental running ex-
pe 0 .. ..0.. ........ S10.0"
PameWd in open council this 6th day
of June, 109.
S. A. OROSBY, PresMent CouncilL
ft: HARMOLD W. HILI, Clerk.
A rd Jwu 8Ith, 1909:
J. 4. ROWLBY, Mayor. (Beal.)
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AN ODINANCI FIXING
AMOUNT OF COMPENSA.
TION FOR TOWN CLERK
Be It ordained by the Town Council
ft San Mateo City, Florida, That the
compensation of the town clerk, who
a* m oielo treasurer, tax assessor
aud tax collector, shall be fifty dol-
lare ($56.00) per annum.
Pased la open council this 5th day
of June, 1909.
1. A. OROSBY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved June Oth, 1909:
J. 8. ROWLEY, Mayor. (Seal.)
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AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
BONDING OF
TOWN CLERK
Be It ordained by the Town Council
of San Mateo City, Florida, That the
town clerk shall be and hereby is re-
quired to give bond for the proper
and faithful performance of his offi-
cial acts In the sum of four hundred
dollars ($400.00).
Passed in open council this 5th day
of June, 1909.
J. A. CROSBY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved June 8th, 1909:
J. 8. ROWLEY, Mayor. (Seal.)
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AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
FOR COLLECTION OF
TAXES FOR YEAR 1900
Be it ordained by the Town Coun-
cill of San Mateo City, Florida, That
the tax collector be and hereby is di-
rected to collect the town tax for the
year 1909, A. D., as soon as the as-
sesment roll shall be furnished him
by the assessor.
Passed In open council this 5th of
June, 1909:
J. A. CROSBY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved June 8th, 1909:
J. 8. ROWLIY, Mayor. (Seal.)

AN ORDINANCE PRO-
VIDING FOR LEVY OF
TAX RATE FOR YEAR
19009 AND FIXING
RATE OF MILLAGE
5e it ordained by the Town Council
of San Mateo City, ila., That the rate
of taxation for the year 1909, A. D.,
shall be Ten Mills; and,
Be it further ordained, That the
town assessor be and hereby is di-
rooted to assess all real and personal
property within the limits of the town
of San Mateo at the rate of Ten Mills
on the Dollar.
Pased in open council this 5th day


of Juie, 1909:
J. A. CROSBY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved:- June 8th, 1909:
i S. ROWLYT, Mayor. (Seal.)

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haseitad cnimmti maio.mos
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4p- and depc4. A bar
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Stt OO two bed rIoAs, kitcheua, din.
no Inuoo 4 la.1e iMng2 room, about
w aUse land recently set out in or*
AM e tres, nieely situated In oseter
o tof t Cottage furnished. For rent
ile, Photo.
S I. 4, OO500 acres, river S sides, R.
a e, s aide, fence 1 mile. Would ftn.,
f aL 3oWr cattle ranch, couldn't be
8Ha 2 I million feet pine, 1 1-2
o~e press, 6 million feet t ah,.
S Ms hickory, maple, magnola, ete.
S eOd hbaif, #-room house aed farm.
Abo t 60 A. Under fence. The price,
$&.0 an a cre. If you mean business
esme and ee 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 1st
year the stock paid 10 per cent the
4th year. Shares are $100 eadh. Send
for booklet.


No. 35. Pineapple lands In Dade
county, on railroad. 6 acre lots, $20
per acre. If you want pineapple land
or a pinery ahead in bearing, write
"a*
41. A pretty little grove with flAn
location for house on river bank,
About five hundred boxes fruit this
S season Wharf on the property and
new pacing house.
48-acre tract, one of the best In San
Mateo (or oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, fences not in best of
shape, small house and ecking house.


No. 109. 304,Oom bouse. Ooet over
$3800.00 to build. 35 sare land.
peace trees, 00 young orange
trees. Bar. Nice location; shelled
street and sidOwalk on front. Prtee
$4,900*0. A geod opetlog for some
as Is M expenses by takls*
O whileth frdi trees are womia.
Ito Dbea *My terms. Photo.
oe. SS-4,W ~l land msuable to1
Mlt rsaob; some of the tneat gar
d8 Ismd, smll etange grove, fowinj
io ofl pure water, fronting on 14
"Mbas river witb Floridt ut cost
Wfty rusalan throg the property
AM' the -.
Do yes want an Inttil*t nla bearing
toip grove No better investment
M Florida. Write for particulars, es
mtAe of prats, expenses, etM.


Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It cosis less
than to go farther south and then come
back.
Building lota la good location, $100
to $500; 100x200 fOet to 5 acres in
extent.
We have properties ruling from
a few hundred to $18,000. Write us
about price you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.
There are, orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down in
December for his health, 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
seO.


IYouu Want a Home la Plorida, Come to San Mates
and se what We Have to Offer. You Will
flake a histak* If Yes Do't.




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tebs value of p* wIA b ursa; state beard of health l MI
-total. 14 .i. A e
the eOdevt of two reputable pby. h -e *
Slep*wi be required to establish Life 40M Years Age. w
^^^^^^ --it a*f Mit ^M -M^^^ ^ ^a total dlahlMy.- g* ^^W* e,"W *tofa M ftAf& --I^ Af
awaA bu e e am^lawaeeanslaae* At Bientsts have found ma ove In Sa-e s
i soIN SOW tr a Applieasts aM earsetly requted Switserln bones Iof men, who Rived t cc thoedl
^^^ IT U tmto amply "ly with the above in. treapwtatten s?^ w*r a nd a &e to brges this of. 100,000 years ago, when life was a whit wi casmae Opart 1 rida
ace with unaeesesary OorsNspondence, constant danger from wild beasts. T1 to bltook Mne a *04 f me or
sp u Or V i N th the work of reviSea of the day the danger, as shown by A. W. the y best beds Ia t brM ea be
e p yp1 .** g 1 peals P no r -eao be completed la time Brown of Arezader, Me., is largely found ali Beah @iliS Sll that
On. ea, ma . .. .. uSto m the October payment at tb from deadly disease. "If It had not is meed to rival or Rl y other
end of m er. b forDr.Klng's Nw DiscovherY pt the sto for tru
AI~ Tba eery blsks eam be ob- o hwla or trAMag W', cless,
SOM M M taled fro the etrks of the circtt which cared me, I could nos t have i M ft ru, o os
b r Itt l |- eets of the ceiet e tlea, or eui he writes, "suoer ag s I dd tatoe culture, Ios alek tasportaton
ga an mo 41 froq the comptler's oSee. from a severe lung trouble and staub- for the prdott ro .
a na g 01 R- WARD, Si. couM To cr U. lw The new Sanfotrdad alades
Te re at thisWA prD wil*l b Col4 obstinate Counghs, and prevent aredr hasa been bt to Cameron
beTsa i- T.e readn of this paper wi e Pneumonia, Its the best medicine On city, recently foatded om the shores
@0 1 plead to ler thaUt there Is at least earth. 50e and $LOO0. Guaranteed by of Lake Jessup. This WIN giv the
wafn t is V ple as w* M Ie dreaded disease that silence has 1. W. Rowley. Trial bottle free. tf road about seen mie of track ready
s a mope "9. been able to cmre In all its stage, for operating before the tall crops
and that sto Ctarrh. Hal's Caterrb LUMBER COMPANIES SUB- are planted.
or Wmt ers win fa Wh Care sto the only positive care now SCRIBE FOR STOCK OF ROAD. Prom reports It sem likely that
to te aPi sia k to wg known to the medical fraternity. Ca. Pensacola, pilt-A subscription f lorld will the best cotts ro
ta k b being b comtlttUonal disease. $25,000 to the stock of the proposed raised In the sth this t, if the
requrs a cova1nttetlonal treatment Pensacola and Abdalusla Railroad har heavy ris nowal not
6Hall' Catarrb Oure Is taken later- been made by the Yellow Pine L damage it. Florida wlao ttai
oft TWOS is litt* am belly, acting directly upon the blood ber Company of Moultrie, Ga., which the dargest crop of corn In ishs
se" but It 4114 l ta directly pon thhe pa holds large tracts of timber lands tory. Our farmers, ms they have
h a1n f-meuous surface of the system, through which the road wi pgas learned how to raise some Ity bush.
Aw it 1 mtheWby destroying the foundation Another big lumber companywhich els to the acre Instea of the Ateen
; of the disease, an&d giving the patiSent owns much land east of here ha' which used to be the veae, have
atl #4 OkSN btrength by building up the coastUtu- signified its Intentions of takln a felt encouraged to go more extensive
te ia., am UVI US thon and assisting nature in doing its similar amount of stock and with t0ir ly into the culture of that cereslt.
*tw work. The proprietors hive so but little of the $250,000 to be raised Ocala needs a new opera house and
i- ch faith in its curative powers that will be left for Pensacola citizens, a soliciting committee of two has
Draweernirn.ef offer One, Hundred Dollars for been out to procure subscrliptoso
RIFay CAs that It fails to cure. Snd Te A Night Riders Raid. a fund to build one. Theseg
PENS IIONERS T I Tro fo lt testimlal."= 8 The worst night riders are calomel, men secured two-thrds of the ao
for list of testimonIals. croton oil or aloes pills. They raid the first day they were out This IK
N RAddress F. J. CH INEY & CO., your bed to rob you of rest. Not so an evidence at once of the prosperity
DNrw Law KnTgt NLw P, T.he of Ocala and the public spirit o Its
111od byall ruggsts,76e.with Dr. King's New Life P~is. Theycizes
Papers Mist Be Fled. d alldrami t. or co never distress or inconvenience, but citizens. rot
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-* There has *been a greirfl
pation, tt always cleanse the system, curqg among the horses In St. Lcle county
:1 Pg MI IBColds, Headache, Constipation, Mala- along the Indian river. Some veter-
Un ,I UL0 riA. 26c at 8. W. Rowley's. tf inarians diagnose the disease as
STAT9 PAROON BOARD something akin to cerebro-splaal ae-
V e W a PASSES ON MANY APPLICATIONS ROAD PROPOSEDt FROM Ingitis, others attribute it to stomach
'V"ersa Wh6 Have MHwe Than r00 Tallahassee. Ha.-The state board GOTHAM TO FLORIDA staggers, or liver trouble; but all
Werth of Pr"operty Ned Net of pardons met Is the executive omea Jacksonville, Fla-The New York agree that it Is caused by poor, mas-
Manf A b p- ae the overnor, secretary of state and to Florida highway project, whereby ty feed. A considerable quantity of
commissioner of agriculture betg It Is intended to connect New York the grain brought trom some nthern
present. city with Jacksonville, by a magul point, or points, Is said to be In bad
Tallahassee, Fla.-Under the new CondItIonal padosm were gtanIt cent turnpike, is attracting consider condition. -
pension law an entirely new roll Is Edward Alvares, Lea Davis and J& able attention throughout the soutn Illinois levies an Inheritance tax
to be made up and all veterans who cob Blue, and east. The original Intention of sand the Nelson Morris estate reont
wish to apply for pensions, whether The applications for pardos Of the projected road from Washington ly paid Into the treasury of that state
they are now on the roll or not, will Ch rl ggs Remlstc Slth, Wil- to Atlanta, In to connect (othamwith the amont of $165,8.58 on that Sc-
have to make out new papero.i Thoism Wille the national capital thence to Jack- count. lorid has no greet fu
ha--r vetoma ke w ou new papeepope, Gs Walker and MIe Wood wore yonvllle as yet, but the day may come when
veterans whoar e of $0 pae over for future Investigatlon The most favored route proposed by an inheritance tax will be a very
wwere only members ort the hSowhend remnsl Wial Yoe a great many enthusiasts, touches the convenient thin to have.
ures and not in active service, n ad W dsbl weon B dtler red S capitals of Virginia, the Carolinas, The key's lime crop will not beg
not make application at all, for their Jeas WhintoDler WieM Bryaetn Georgia, as well as Washington. to move In any great proportos for
not ake ppli atio at all, for heir John W as ingt n, W llia Dry several w eeks yet, It is rep r e
cases will not be considered. The IDavid plair, Ales Anderson, Ralph ough small quanyett is aren rte
rules to be observed In making appli- Ianels. John Stokes, Ben Mooead -thous h ipap T uateles are beuag
cations read as follows: Jones WIlliams. % shipped. The crop in late, but yboIt
Al blanks on prescribed forms must It waI ordered that coaditioeal par- MOi sa Dverale in soi f Adi nklsy an
be correctly filled out, applicant's dome be grated Qullian White and ownerss .De ofod wat softad arle aId
* name must be sIgned In full and the Bruce 3. Norman just prior to the onr of sods water *tands are In-
slgnature attested by two witneses. expIration of their sentences. lb KS Ywh Lm terested in this Item c
Widows must sign their own Chris. ---- ---- w A write-lap of Mayo, county seat
tian names, and not the names of Sees Mother Grow Young. seais tbs of si fayette, one of the moat prom-
their husbands. "It would be hard to overstate the Isaiaa pena countley o Midne W lorsda, ap
All applioations must be submitted wonderful change In my mother Hpeared recently wi the Waghligthn (D.
to the county commissioners of the since she began to use Decric mt* Co) Herald, in which the d growth
county In which the applicant resides n of that tw e sLe cI the thigsegorlbed:
^ H before flling in the pension depart- te^ wNafrite M .W.e Althou ghipat "ayo calls lthe 'bigget little
meot of Datorth. Me. "Although pt 70 town in florida,' a claim that Is ius-
Applicants will save needless trou- she seems really to be growing youpg -tied by Its prreeaslve spirit With
ble and delay by complying carefuly again. She suffered untold misery Another new school building t< a population ot a little over 40 In
with the above Iastructions, as all from dyspepals tor 10 years. At last coet $30,000 ts to be erected by the road in ntw pe wo000. But a crofa-
claim not properly illed out will be 'he could netlher eat, drink nor Pensoola board of pubil Instructloa .sote ontra f^ ao, ItaIno
returnAl for correct Ioa* sleep. Donter gave her up and al The new building Is to be used ox- a tow co th e ecte lights, te plantw t
S lall per on awillereqautir t to maher mdle*a as till Detric iters elsiely for the Pensacola High water works paved streets, up to |
Spro a of service will not be refulred worked sucb wonders for har health." school, which at present oceuples a date telephone bzchange, a atoms court
of former pensioners of this state If They Invigorate an vital organs, e- portion of a three story building wino' house, an artilclal stone high school


the former claim is in complace Liver and Kidney troubles, Induce hool No. 1. This building towards building that would do credit to a
with the provisions of the act of 1M00 sleep. Impart atMasgt ad appetlo. tie @Ioe of the past season ws o city bathing pools and a eS la theak
Al claim will be 1ied Lsumedite Onlny seo at W. Rowley. t crowded that the -brd found I heart o l~ the owa." Laty e e l e
ly upon recelpt In the pension depart- to re at ne b ld con k sta
m nt. and will be consdered as e to t a new building, ad corn. horad at, dcoat to
p putly a possible. and applicants ORLANDO I CLAM.M NO m do a s soan as ble so as the laqt state ee us, bt It has a
S be notl the dIsposition of FOR OOD AO ROAO S ro M ve the ..s 'coditon. abundance of land eo for trucklag
th berr walla and certo atla apd Or- a dla.-Tha ere are al Td nheis to be of brick and small fruit and more atteatl
th lruSai, a.i be orwa to all per lando, MT rhen S e la etnd aiabsed Inbeiag paid every jar to vegetaMl e
end 9mal f ut finish to most every
allowed pesiona under the act as well as the town byd all trWt f Ifct MWs Mo bar-
o n Inm Ilan ms. seey Thp cotrtm for the Constru. Is es! aWteS e
S anw the "at nof only pardeas gettlesi eier m cpu to h tv t at a as wa around rt Pla is more people and the ar
s irved lathe ocuederate state ame Spo ed4. The ss-te qJ t cast W oeedy half a illIo of trade Is takiag the proper
m^aw5 and na the esnt resl mleaaelsmers se ve haves asted wt a Mo to ill that need as aosTn m
m Lr ,eerves and their wah is Wn e i7 'ri to frsh the or the o o
wvbe I granted pessiorns. e ed ras mt se work. The catrasasr Teaered ma Hesa
to~Ju s Wat em *r tee vees I osMatr aMe.
statw e Ps. wumsbsee ea lo sed b orn whket beng Ia n
ears seed these DOW wtzs.
us.bes as Most Wa.s hV to be a. K. "who a1 tess en ,-
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0"mt AN, O- o(paa


Ufe's aot so bad
As t maht be
Aor myou a yours
And mine and me.


'4.


Mr.


Arundale's


Heir


"Mr. Arundale would like to see
you. sir."
Jack LIadsay sprang at once to his
bet.
When they reached the sickroom
he went up to the bedside.
"I hope you are better, sir,'' he said
gently, "and that the pain is easier."
The sick man's eyes flashed open.
"Who told you I was suffering
aisn?" he asked sharply. "What do
you know about my illness?"
"Nothing, sir," IAndsay answered
In some surprise. "Watson's tele-
gram merely said that you were IIl
and wished to see me. I have heard
nothing further, except that Watson
told me he believed you had been
suffering very great pain."
Mr. Aruandale gave a faint sigh.
"YTou'd better get a rest; nurse," he
Suggested; "my nephew will give me
the medicine It I require It"
Mr. Arnidale lay still until the
sound of her footsteps had died away
down the corridor.
"Brina up a chair, Jack,"' he com-
ed cloe to the bed. I'm going
toa a favor af you."
"ASiythi I can do"--Uadandy be.
o M, but hi uncle interrupted him.
"Peop always my het." he re.
two" 1m U 1 tll. tdt directly you
Sti to do h pttular
ey ae full of ezoases. Sill, per'
I im m It Th e truth Is Jack.
S plawe o t.wo ISOto the eu of
i h I live meSt I malt

MWY =Mryy e Linday said


And ldkd at him kealy.
A4.40% "mew wy you
p WK 0*1"M2u "
Od 44 ot" ra dad


U.


seen you in terrible pain, and you
had asked me, I might have done It,
I think I'd have risked it-I should
have felt it no more wrong than to
put a wounded animal out of its pail
-but to do it In cold blood just to
get Lynwood"-be broke off with a
shuddei-"It would be too hideous."
"You can go," Mr. Arundale said
presently without opening his eyes;
"o. and send Watson to me. Go, I
tell you." he added impatiently, as
Lndsay made an attempt to speak.
Fearing to excite the sick man by
further argument, 4lndsay reluctant'
ly le th room and means the bu
I"r ast t M% Uhis 4 to so .


so a habd o when he
was dimmoned to his uncle's room.
"It's hard legk," he muttered bit.
terly, "to be told he had left me the
property, and then to lose It all be.
cause I wouldn't help him commit sui-
cide."


The -M will chase
Away the 3clods
Aid melt the gloom
That now emshrouds.

The buds will burst '
AMd bloom In spring, *
And in the dawan
The birds will sing.

And selling. silver
tremalet flow
Aad love will mark
The roes blow.

A lough Is good,
The air is free,t
Be quit of pride
And you may see

The simple joys
That strew your way,
That sweeten toll
And lilgt the day.

And still, you ask,
Why should live.
And to the task
Your efforts give?

One further plea
We shall *advance,
My friend, this is
Your only chance.
-Paul Cook in Benningham Age-Her.
aid.


"I was teflt ry." Mr. ArtnM
resumed after a send's patn "tha
I have got, at te outside a moeth i
live. I have had to endure a goow
deal of pain the last few days, and
expect It will mean a good deal mort
before the end, and I-well, to cut I
short, I'd sooner die at once and be
done with It The doctor and the
nurse won't help me-their profess
sonal credit Is at stake. you see
they've got to keep me alive to the
I last possible moment--but you'll belp
me, won't you. Jack?
' "Help me to end It now," Mr. Arun
dale said, catching at his nephew's
hand.
Undsay sprang to his feet. his face
. whiter than the sick man's.
"I don't understand." he stamn
mered; "you can t mean"--
"It's easy enough," Mr. Arundle
I went on quietly. "In that cupboard
there, with the glass doors, you will
ind a tiny bottle with no label on It;
pour the contents Into a glass and
give It to me, and you -will succeed to
the property to-night."
"Merciful heaven!" Lindsay ex-
claimed, recoiling in horror; "you
cma't be serious. I couldn't do it-
it would be murder."
"Nonsense," the sick man answer-
ed, angrily. "I tell you I can't re-
cover. It's now or a month later.
I've left you the property; it will be
yours to-morrow if you do as I agk.
You needn't be afraid, no one will
ever suspect anything. The stuff will
just lower the heart's action, I shall
go to sleep, and not wake again. The
I doctor will say I died in my sleep of
failure of the heart-he told me that
might occur. You are quite safe, I
tell you."
"I couldn't do it," he said desper-
ately. "I couldn't. I'm more sorry than
I can say for you sir, but surely they
can dull the pain with drugs, and you
nay not have to suffer"-.
Mr. Arundale pulled himself up on
his pillows. "Listen to me," he said,
coldly. "I do not ask anything of
you as a favor, but your future de-
pends on your falling in with my
whim. I don't choose to lie here wait-
ing for death, with the possibility of
intense pain to endure. Purt an end
to me to-nigth, and you get Lynwood;
refuse, and you shan't have a penny.
I'll tear up the will, and everything
goes to Eric. under my former will.
Perhaps that'll cure you of your fine
scruples," he added with a sneer.
Lindsay's head was whirling. He
put his hand over his eyes to try and
steady himself. That such a choice
could be put to him in cold blood
seemed incredible; yet his uncle
seemed in deadly earnest. Let him
put it plainly to himself. If he-if
he killed his uncle to-night, he would
be master of Lynwood; if he refused
he would not have a penny, not even
the allowance he now had. All the
consequences of refusal flashed before
him. He would have to leave his reg-
iment for another, or perhaps to leave
the army altogether. And Evelyn-
he could not ask Evelyn to marry a
penniless soldier. After all, was heo
too scrupulous-would It really be
murder? To-night or a month hence
his uncle must die, why should Lind-
say not spare him the month of wait-
ing, the possibilities of agonizin;
pain? Could hue not do it?
"I can't do it, sir," he said, looking
his uncle frankly in the face. "If I
had nothing to gain by it-if I had


know it means death."
"Something must be done before
it's too late," Lindsay said quickly.
"I'll call the nurse."
He moved toward the bell, but Eric
Wynford sprang across the room aud
stood in the way.
"Confound you," ho muttered furi-
ously, "can't you leave well enough
alone? He asked me himself to give
it to him, and he couldn't have lived
more than a month. Hold your tongue
and I'll give you a fair share, I swear
it." He clutched his cousin by the
arm. "Besides, it's too late," he mut-
tered hurriedly. "He-he told me it
took effoot at once."
*Involuntarily IAndsay paused and


4


|1f tfW teed, ai. Ama..
1os dea o stio amd
stiff he looked. "I must all the
nurse," he said, frmly, flingin oft his
cousin's grip.
Brie Wynford glared at him with
blazing eyes.
"You fool!" he shrieked; "you fool!
"Who's to prove I gave him anything?
You were alone with him first."
"Tell 'what story you please," he
said partly. "it may be too late, but
I intend to call the nurse." He turned
determinedly toward the door, when
a harsh voice arrested hen.


Lindsay and his cousin, Erie Wyn-'
ford, had been brought up by 'Mr.
Arundale. He had always led them
to believe that he Intended to divide
his property equally between them, so
that at his death -they would be, if not
rich men, at least well-to-do. He had
given 'both boys an expensive educa-
tion, and made them a handsome al-
lowance.
"But he Isn't even just," IAndsay
murmured to himself; "It isn't Just to
bring us ilI-as he has and then to
leave the whole property to one, and
the other without a fathing. Of
course, if I had got it all I should
have offered Eric a fair share, but
Eric"-Lindsay laughed bitterly as he
reflected that Eric was not likely to
be generous-"ah. well, it couldn't be
done." RHe stood up and pulled him-
self together. "I suppose if the old
man doesn't relent I must exchange
Into another regiment, and try to live
on my pay. As for Evelyn-poor lit-
tle girl-that's hopeless now."
The opening of the door startled


"Hut the stuff in the bottle." Lind-
say gasped at last, "the stuff you
drank just now?"
"Nothing more deadly than plain
water," said Mir. Arundale softly.
"You see, I wasn't quite sure of either
of you."
With a cry of Ingrticulate f ry Erie
Wynford dashed out of the r6om.
Mr. Arundale looked after him.
"I don't suppose he will ever wish
to visit "Tynwood again," he said,
thoughtfully, "and I don't think he
will be imlssod."-New York Evening
Journal.

The Road to Success.
Benjamin Franklin, tho great
American, when asked for the secret
of suiicce.s, gave the following max-
ims:
One today is worth two to-morrows.
Eat not to fullness; drink not to
elevation.
They that won't be counseled can't
be helped.
Drive thy business; let not thy
business drive thee.
lie that hath a calling hath an
office of profit and honor.
Tolefto no uncleanliness in body,
clothes or habitation.
Keep your eyes wide open before
marriage, half shut afterward.
Iie not disturbed at trifles, or at
accidents common or avoidable.
EarLy to bed, early to rise, makes
a nan healthy, wealthy and wise.
flpeak not but what may benefit
others or yourself; avoid trifling con.
vernation.
lBuy what thou hast no need of
and ore long thou shalt eell thy neoo
essaries.
Use no hurtful deceit; think Inno*
gently and justly. and, If you speak,
speak accordingly.
A man may, if he 1mows not how
to save as he gets. keep his nose all
bis life to the grindstone, and die
not worth a great at last.


Chile Is one of the richest countrea
in South America. Not only la It el
'in mines, but its agricultural resOeme
are unlIdmited.


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"Don't trouble," It mid quietly.
With a simultaneous cry both men
faced round toward the bed.
Mr. Arundale had raised himself on
his pillows and was watching his
nephews with wide open eyes. As he
met their horrified stare he began to
chuckle softly.
"It's been very amusing to listen to
you both," he continued, "and very in.
structive, too." he added dryly. 'You
see, I could not bring myself to divide
the property, so I decided one of you
should have Lynwood, while the
other got an increased allowance. I
had a fancy to make sure I had left
Lynwood to the right man."
Eric Wynford made an attempt to
speak, but no sound issued from his
lips.
Ills uncle glanced at him dispas-
sionately.
"Yes. I admit It was rather hard to
put you to such a severe test," he
said coldly. "and I shall leave you
something as a slight compensation
for having played this little comedy
at your expense. You see,. a dying
man has so few diversions."
lie paused, but his nephews con.
tinued to stare at him Is if spell-
bound.
"It may interest you to know that
I really can't live more than a
month,"' Mr. Anrndale added indiffer-
ently, "but that I purpose to &wait the
natural course of events in the mat-
ter."


him.
"What time would you 'wish to
dine, sir?" the old butler inquired.
"Mr. Eric said he'd leave it to you
to sAttle."
'Oh. has he arrived?" Lindsay asked
in some surprise.
"Yes, sir; just after you went up
to the master's room. Directly I told,
Mr.'Arundale that Mr. Eric was here
he told me to fetch him up to his
room, and he's up there now, sir. iMr.
Arundale said he wouldn't want me,
and that Mr. Eric would give him his
medicine If he required it."
Lindsey started. Ills uncle hnd
used the very same words in sending
the nurse from the room. Was he
even now making the same horrible
suggestion to Eric? lie sprang to his
feet with a sudden exclamation.
Eric-could Eric be trusted? With-
out waiting to think, Lindsay (lashed
from the room, up the wide staircase,
and along the corridor to his uncle's
room. Ile knocked lightly, and, hear-
ing no answer, turned the handle
softly, and entered the room.
Eric stood by the bedside, a glass
in his hand, which Mr. Arundale was
reaching forward to take. Neither
man had heard Lindsay enter.
"Eric, he cried, sharply, "for God's
sake, man, think what you are do-
ing."
Eric Wy.nford started violently, and
made a sudden movement as if to re-
cover possession of the glass, but Mr.
Arundale held it tightly in his grasp.
He looked from one nphew to the
other. "ric does not share )our fool-
ish scruples," he said, calmly, and be-
fore Lindsay could reach the bedside
he had emptied the glass and set it
back on the little table by his side.
"Eric," Lindsay cried in horror,
"what have you done? It's murder!"
Eric Wynford turned a livid face to-
ward his cousin. "What are you talk-
ing about?" he said in a voice that
shook in spite of his effort to control
it. "Uncle asked 'e to give him his
medicine. What's all the fuss about?"
"You've given him the stuff from
the little bottle, he cried, "and you


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Only Paughter of the President and Mrs. Taft.


Up-to-Date Clothesline. Easy.
A sensible clothes dryer, which will "In what condition was the patri-
be welcomed by the particular house- arch Job at the end of his life?"
wife, Is the recent invention of a resi- asked a Sunday-school teacher of a
dent of Port Angeles, Wash. It does quiet looking boy at the foot of the
away with the unsightly long lines ofI class. "Dead," calmly replied the
clothes usually associated with wasn quiet looking boy.-Illustrated Bite.
Cover For Water Pall. -
The drinking water pall is usually
the most likely catch for all dust,
dirt and flles in the house unless pro-
tected in some way. Get 9n inch or
three-fourths inch board twelve
inches wide and saw off a foot and
also saw off the corners to make it
rounding on one end. Fasten hinges
to the square end and screw them
against the wall at a height so that
this cover will rest level on the water
pall. Nail a block of wood above
the cover and put a small wood but-
ton on it so that when the cover is
raised up agalunst the wall It will be
held by the button. This will keep



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day. Instead, the clotheslines are
economncally arranged on one sup-
port. The latter eonasils of a post,'
to which are pivoted five or six bars.
These support the clothes line, which
Sa arranged In gradmiut.d lengths be-
tween the bars. When thus spread
out there Is thus probably 150 feet
of clothes line, affording considerable
S pace for the clothes. After 'tho
S.laothe have become dried the line
i4d supports can be folded up and
ad oout of might by operating a
a lever on the main post. The
port of the framework being
etacbable, it can be quickly re.
or replaced when needed.
aMre thus no disfiguring clothes
teasr the lawn.-Washlngton

l& of-'asland reports
M for lat year, sad a
4,148,08. ftndsta
Sl Slr $1,41 ,
I !er


dust, dirt. flies. milers ad other
insects from falling into thp water.
No eat or other animal can drink
from the pall when the cover is down.
When fresh water is wanted, merely
lift the cover and fasten baek aganst
the wall with the button.-Lewis lU.
thorp, in The Spitomist.
iMthe AwAmy m It
Tif**now of4 a intoenthb
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CHARLES KUPPERBUSCH,

PALATKA, FLA.

EUROPEAN










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...ROOMS...



HOT AND COLD

BATHS.


NEWSY GLEANING8.
Rutherfurd Stuyvesant died sud-
denly In Paris.
Feeling In Tdrkey Is growing more
bitter against the Greeks.
It Is expected that the Tariff bill
will have been enacted by August 1.
The German-American sharpshoot-
ers from New York arrived In Berlin.
The communication of the Powers'
note on Crete was delayed for modifi-
cations.
Ground was broken on Spuyten.
Duyvil Hill for the Hendrik Hudson
monument.
Advices at Hong Kong say that the
Macao 'Voundary dispute is growing
more acute.
Japanese trade and navigation
have been hit hard by the South
China boycott.
The French dirigible balloon Ville
de Nancy made a successful flight
over the Longebamps race course.
Henri Lemolne, the diamond swin.
dler, was senteaoed at Paris to six
years' Imprisonment and a fine of
$600.
Joseph Gruber. eighteen, shot Uim-
self dead in the street in Willilats-
burg, N. Y., while chatting with wom-
en and ehildmn.
Advles fevm Bogota strongly In.-
4ieated that there had been a revolu-
tion la Colombia. and that General
Reyes was a fugitive.
The Taue Railway, wlokb east
$0,1 000, e onmnetingaw tel andM
pIttal. lrty mlilpart wa opn
by M*eir ranas bjeoapb.
A rebellion as begunMat
E1IL 6lombia, to eo.
W4 plo*I- abe_ if p r. -0


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katiWOimlk @slid n&Pelatik@4 Fla.

10KW IL MARSHALLe


Attorney At Law,


Fron ltt Palatka, Fla. Orange
rloves for e"ls.

DR. W. H. ROSlMNBBRR,


DENTIST.
Ogleffice Over the Kennedy.


HENRY STRUNG,
Attorney At Law,

Front Street, PALATKA, FLA.
National Bank Bultling.

DR. H. R. ESTES,
DENTIST.

PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Moragne Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

E. E. HA8KELL,
Attorney At Law,

PALATKX, FLA.

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

MERRYDAY WALTON, ..
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,


PALATKA, FLA.


Front 8t.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


M. 1. COXE,


Attorney At Law,


Offoie In Court House, Palatka, Fla.

J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
OSne roat Staet, Opposite Pftaam
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ALSO FUR, TALLOW, .EES WAX,
SHIP THE ABOVE TO

M. Sabel &, Sons,
Establish In
1856. LOUISVILLE, KY.
"Over halt a Century in Louisville."
WE ARI nUMl,UMa IN ABOVE, not
eoqmntesion merchants. Reference:
Any bank in Louisville.
Write for Weekly price list.
Write for wool bags and ship us
your wool.
,


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PALATKA, FLORIDA,
MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,-
Notions', ladles', mlsees' and chil-
dren's summer underwear.
Ladles' silk SloveS.
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A well planned and properly culti-
vated garden should be- one of the ;
regular features of every well ap-
pointed farm. According to S. T.
Maynard, the well known Massachu-
setts horticulturist, whose sugges-
tions for a desirable arrangement are
given in the above diagram, one-half
to one acre of ground is none too
much for a family of five or six. The
garden should be so arranged that a
horse cultivator can be utilized in


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carrying on much of the needed
work. A d'ep s;ndy loam will give
the best results, as a greater variety
of crops calln e grown on this land
than any other. Proper cultivation
and manuring will of course do much
to improve the condition of the soil
if otherwise not entirely satisfactory.
To yield the best results with vegeta-
bles the land should be heavily man-
ured in the spring before anything is
planted.--American Cultivator.


racSumle Sgnature or


NEW YORK.



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Improved Motorcycle.
In the accompanying illustration is
shown the motorcycle of the future.
One that is easily handled, operated
and steered. The two-wheel motor-
cycles now in use are entirely too
cumbersome and unwleldly to give
good service, whereas the three-
wheeled vehicles overcome these
faults. The operator is shown be-
tween the rear wheels on a small plat-
form carried by the drop frame. In
front of the foot platform is the mo-
tor, having connections with the rear
wheels. The steering apparatus is


.coanected directly with the front
W ~i1, so that it can be conveniently
maffpulated. Levers for regulating
the speed are also close to the hand,
while additional clutches, operating
the brakes, are adjacent to the foot.
For speed and comfort for short dis-
tance riding this motorcycle will in
all probability be found superior to
the ordinary motorcycle.-Washing-
ton Star.

Man's Bnthusiasm.
It a man would only ge t hal as en-
thOelastle about a fine bit of cooking
his wife does as he does when a
ber of the home team makes a
bIt with the bases full,
womd be more happy homes
r41Vlm ifs the oouatry.


Little, lIut-


William Locb, Jr., collector of the
port of New York, was discussing the
snuggling discoveries of last month.
"A little slipl)," he said, "caused all
the mischief. A little slip spoiled all.
It's often so wilh little slips.
"Thus a certain resident of Felicity,
Ohio, lost his wife, a very tall,
scrawny body, and ordered the lead-
ing stonecutter of Felicity to prepare
a tomb inscribed:
Jano *Jones.
Lord, she was thinel
"Unfortunately, the widower chose
a very narrow headstone, and( wh'n
the stonecutter got to work on it, ho
found it would not accommodate the
full inscription. So he abbreviated a
little-just a little. A little abbrevi-
ation, he was sure, would inako no
difference--in fact, would pass un-
noticed.
"ffut the slightly abbreviated In-
scription, when finished, and erected
In the graveyard of Felicity, read:
Jane Jones.
Lord, she was thin"
-Washington Star.


The Communion We All Need.
Robert Burns lamented that he
could not i;our out his inmost s6ul
without reserve to any human being,
without danger of one day repenting
his confidence. lie commenced a
journal of his own mental history "as
a substitute," he said, "for a confi-
dential friend." 11o would have
"something" which he could record
himself In "without peril of having
having his confidence betrayed." We
all need Interroiso with thu friend
that will be absolutely truu.


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distance In each case Is the same.-
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MISS HELEN TAPT.
Only daughter of the President and Mrs. Taft.


Up-to-Date Clothesline.
A sensible clothes dryer, which will
be welcomed by the particular house-
wife, sla the recent Invention of a resi-
dent of Port Angeles, Wash. It does
away with the unsightly long lines ofa
clothes usually associated with wasn


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day. Instead, the clofhesllnes are
economically arranged oi one sup-
port. The latter eonsbts of a post,
to which are pivoted five or six bars.
These support the clothe ilneu, which
Is arranged In graduated legtlhs be-
tween the bars. When thus spread
out there is thus probably 150 feet
of clothes line, affording consilderable
space for the clothes. After the
clothe have become drild the line
and supports can be folded up and
,placed out of alght by operating a
lmall lever on the main post. The
tr part of the framework being
m, detachable, It cani be quickly reo.
or replaced when needed.
are thus no dsfisguring olothebs
to ur he lawn.--Washington

Om .of IMagland reports
lfor last year, sad a'

4A|,!.llame r


I -


Easy.
"In what condition was the patri-
arch Job at the end of his life?"
asked a Sunday-school teacher of a
quiet looking boy at the foot of the
class. "Dead," calmly replied the
quiet looking boy.-Illustrated BltD.
Cover For Water Pall.


The drinking water pall la usually
the most likely catch for all dust,
dirt and flies in the house unless pro-
tected in some way. Get gn inch or
three-fourths Inch board twelve
inches wide and saw off a foot and
also saw off the corners to make it
rounding on one end. Fasten hinges
to the square end and screw them
against the wall at a height so that
this cover will rest level on the water
pall. Nail a block of wood above
the cover and put a small wood but-
ton on It so that when the cover is
raised up against the wall It will be
held by the button. This will keep


dust. dirt, flie, millers and other
lnasets from falling into the water.
No eat or other animal can drink
from the pai when.the cover is down.
'When fresh water is wanted, merely
lift the cover and fasten back aalaast
the wall with the button.-Lewis M-.
thorp, In The Npltomlet.


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for your REAL ESTATE or
BUSINESS, no matter
where located. If you de-
sire- to aell send us de-
scription and prioe.

IF YOU WANT


TO BUY


Property of any kind, any-
where, lpt us know your
wants, we can fill your
requirements and save you
time and money.

Nerdw term BisieS Ageucy,
Dept. so, Bank of Commerce
Building, Minneepolls, Minsemta.



CHARLES KUPPERBUSCH,

PALATKA, FLA.

EUROPEAN










FURNISHED
...ROOMS...



HOT AND COLD

BATHS.

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NEWSY GLEANINGS."
Ruthorfurd Stuyvesant died sud-
denly In Paris.
Feeling in T*key is growing more
bitter against the Greeks.
It is expected that the Tariff bill
will have been enacted by August 1.
The German-American sharpshoot-
ers from New York arrived in Berlin.
The communication of the Powers'
note on Crete was delayed for modifi-
cations.
Ground was broken on Spuyten.
Duyvil Hill for the Hendrik Hudson
monument.
Advice at Hong Kong say that the
Macao- boundary dispute is growing
more acute.
Japanese trade and navigation
have been hit hard by the South
China boycott.
The French dirigible balloon Vllle
de Nancy made a successful flight
over the Longchamps race course.
Henri Lemoine, the diamond awls.
dler, was sentenced at Paris to als
years' Imprisenment and a fne of
$600.
Joseph Oruber. eighteen, shot lim.
self dead in the street in Wlillidaw-
burg, N. Y., while chatting with wom-
en and ebildeM.
Advlane hem Bogota strongly in
f4eated that there had bees a revolu-
tion l Colombia, sad that General
Reyes was a fugitive.
The Tases Railway, w.hteb ot
.1I0O00O, eoaeetlmg Gastei sad
pttl" i ,irty llea,, uto. wa;s;. .
by aUPUr r#adse aiep.
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DENTIST.


PALATKA,


FLORIDA.


Moragne Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

E. E. HASKELL,


Attorney At Law,

PALATKX, FLA.


DR. W. H. CYRUS,


Physician and Surgeon,


PALATKA, FLA.


MERRYDAY A WALTON,
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,
PALATKA, FLA.
Front St. Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.

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

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


00s rot


Street, Oppodte Putama
HOUWM4


PALATKA . LORIDA


WOOL, HIDES,
ALSO FUR, TALLOW, .BES WAX,


SHIP THE ABOVE TO


M. Babel & Sons,
Establish In
1856. LOWISVILL, KY.
"Over halt a Century in Louisville."
WE ARU nM4TjaWD IN ABOVE, not
eommiselon merchants. Reference:
Any bank ina Loulaville.
Write for Weekly price list.
Write for wool bags and ship us
your wool
__


MIlS KATE L LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,


MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,
Notoas', ladles', mlsb and chU.
dren's summer underwear.
Adeis' silk gloves.
LAe, embroidery, collma, belts and
the latest styles In spring hats a&
xapeieaeed trimmer pa easier
employed Priaem ight I lM


fim p T- iMO
ore the grats


National Snek S in Palatia, Fla.

JOHN MARSHALL,

Attorney At Law,

FrMot M et, Palatka, Fla. Orange
lVowM fTr ute.

DR. W. H. ROSENBERGe,
DENTIST.

Office Over the Kennedy.

HENRY STRUNZ,

Attorney At Law,

Front Street PALATKA, FLA.

National Bank Buitilng.

DR. M. R. ESTEG


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A well planned and properly culti-
vated garden should be- one of the,
regular features of every well ap-
pointed farm. According to S. T.
Maynard, the well known Massachu-
setts horticulturist, whose sugges-
tions for a desirable arrangement are
given in the above diagram, one-half
to one acre of ground is none too
much for a family of five or six. The
garden should be so arranged that a
horse cultivator can be utilized in
Improved Motorcycle.
In the accompanying illustration is
shown the motorcycle of the future.
One that Is easily handled, operated
and steered. The two-wheel motor-
cycles now in use are entirely too
cumbersome and unwieldly to give
good service, whereas the three-
wheeled vehicles overcome these
faults. The operator is shown be-
tween the rear wheels on a small plat-
form carried by the drop frame. In
front of the foot Dlatform is the mo-
tor, having connections with the rear
wheels. The steering apparatus is


connectedd directly with the front
wepl, so that it can be conveniently
madfpulated. Levers for regulating
the speed are also close to the hand,
while additional clutches, operating
the brakes, are adjacent to the foot.
For speed and comfort for short dis-
tance riding this motorcycle will in
all probability be found superior to
the ordinary motorcycle.-Washlng-
ton Star.

Masns Enthuiasnm.
It a man would only ge1 half as en-
thusiastie about a Afne bti of cooking
4W bhis wife does as he does when a
m ber of the home team makes a
e ht with the bases full,
would be more happy homes
lwer divorce aIn the country.


carrying on inuch of the needed
work. A deep sandy loam will give
the best results, as a greater variety
of crops can be grown on this land
than any othvr. Proper cultivation
and manuring will of course do much
to improve the condition of the soil
if otherwise not entirely satisfactory.
To yield the best results with vegeta-
bles the land should be heavily man-
ured in the spring before anything is
planted.-American Cultivator.
Little, But-
William Loch, Jr., collector of the
port of New York, was discussing the
smuggling discoveries of last month.
"A little slip," he said, "caused all
the miischlef. A little slip spoiled all.
It's often so with little slips.
"Thus a certain resident of Felicity,
Ohio, lost his wife, a very tall,
scrawny body, and ordered the lead-
ing stonecutter of Felicity to prepare
a tomb inscribed:
Jane Jones.
Lord, she was thinel
"Unfortunately, the widower chose
a very narrow headstone, and when
the stonecutter got to work on it, ho
found it would not accommnodlat the
full inscription. So he abbreviated a
little-just a little. A little abbrevi-
ation, he was sure, would make no
difference- in fact, would pass un-
noticed.
"4ut the slightly abbreviated in-
scription, when finished, and erected
in the graveyard of Felicity, read:
Jane Jones.
Lord, she was thin!"
-Washington Star.

The Communion We All Need.
Robert Burns lamented that he
could not pour out his inmost s6ul
without reserve to any human being,
without danger of one day repenting
his confidence. lie commenced a
journal of his own mental history "as
a substitute," he said, "for a confi-
dential friend." lie would have
"something" which he could record
himself in "without peril of having
having his confidence betrayed." We
all need intercoiiso with thu friend
that will be absolutely truu.

An Optical Illusion.
Most people would say that the dis-
tance between the point U and C was
much greater than that between B





and A. but, as a matter of fact, the
distance in each case is the same.-
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We have decide to continue our

Sale on all men's and boys'clothing

and furnishing goods, Leather

goods, Shoes---and In fact every-

thing that comprises our stock.

while we are at our present loca-


tion.


Until August we will be located at the Old Loeb Store, first block
from the river, where we will be glad to serve our patrons to the best
there Is to be had, as we have done heretofore.


This Sale is No Fake.

If you haven't been a customer ask someone who has purchased and
be convinced as to the bargains we are giving. .,


In Men's Clothing.


We are offering suits of the latest fabrics and designs at from $8.50 to
$17.00. These are suits that wore originally worth from $13.50 to
$27.50.


Boys' Clothing.


At the same big reduction. These goods are worthy of your considera-
tion. Come In and look them over We don't ask you to buy until you
have seen what you are getting. Convince yourself.
Our shoe department Is made up of such lines as the famous Ralston,
Hanan. B. & P. and W. L. Douglas, together with the famous Riudge,
Kalmbach & Logie Swamp and Log ging Boots.
On these also we are making a bl g reduction.

Remember we Sell the Only Guaran-

teed Patent Leather Shoe Sold


Putnam County.


We have a complete line of men's linen coats and pants-the most
popular apparel for hot weather. Come in and look them over-its
worth your while.

Our Stock of Suit Cases, Trunks and Grips is Unex-
celled In this Section. These we are Sell-


Ing AT FACTORY PRICES.


..z Our Overalls are all UNION M ADE. We handle no other.
We have endeavored to do our part thus far through our sale and In
return our friends have shown their appreciation by availing them-
k' selves of the opportunity we have offered. Now, we are continuing our
sale for no other reason than "we want a new stock In a new store."
Our customers demapd the best and it is our highest aim to se that
they get It. Our new store will be one of the best equipped In this a&
t.. ti do the sat, sand we want to d dispose of all our present stock be.
f e we enter It; therefore, the aforesaid bargains. THI OPPORTUN.
K m IS YOUM--DON'T ISS IT.


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P t stIe.n OM Lomb Stom.


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Se~t.
The son -varies a great del ro
hia pme to lqw and high hammock,
all witman a mile. so that lands fto
my purpoa or erepe can be secure&
Sfa Mateo can be reached from
jhksonvtlle by Plorida ast Cost
railway or f*ea and Kiaklr line
steamers (see time tables lsewbhre
Is this upper The Clyde's St. Johns
~Vee aewtmers arrive here about 10
p. a. so do not advise this roaen.
Pate B. & M. line $1.3; railroad $2
fmm JtkAoeavtt1V.
Lanwch Rainbow eaves Palatka
every afterooo at l? U. Lbcas line
steamers 2.30 p. m., every day but
wdaay.
B. a M. line from Palatkas p. m.
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturdays.
sad threM trains dally on F. R C.
vItlway. atre from Palatha 2i cents
MY reute. t

ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON


Artesian Wells.


Looatlte.
on Mateo* Putma Ooutr, bI it.
ated on the east beak of the St.
Johns River, and M set above it.
Te highest pVit I lorId4 east of
the St. Johns river, w ih Is oea aif
lia wide at this polat.
Fivepsnile from Palath, ar eematy
et, (olty of 4.000), mes irom
SAugustine sad absmt U ails
&m JaoksUoBvlk.
The terminu of a branch of the
Florida Bast Coat Rallway. The de*
pot beldn threequarters of a a m
troi the river wharf.
Advantage and Attreottons.
San Matoo has good shelled roads
and miles of hard sidewalks. Beutt.
tel wateroake line both sides of
streets. and meet overhead In mahy
Two churches, public and private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order postoflfce, three malls
daily, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and dclivet
goods at your door, weekly parer.
The place Is incorporated, but no
town taxes have been collected for
over ten years; the many public im-
provements are made by the push and
generosity of the citizens and pulling
together. The state and county taxes
are about 20 miis on about one-third
valuation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, toar
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
spen winters; rates eight to tean dol-
lars per week; $2.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove
here last season.
One of the best advantages as
Mateo enjoys Is transportation; being
m- both river and rail is an advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. The
past season, for Inatance, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than congested and fruit ship
ped from points down the centrJal
part of the state was, In some cases,
three weeks getting to Jacksoaville,
* route to northern markota, and
did not bring enough to pay freight,
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time. would ship from here oqe day
and have truit go out of Jcksaavlleo
on the Clyde ship the next. This lit
tie. matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and the homeseker
will do well to bear In mind trans,
portation and cheap rates that come
with competition, In sloeting a Flor-
Ida location.
The population Is about Mo, who
same wosUy from the northern state.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive and sociable. Have a beb
tor class of homes than oan be fuad
Ina any place in the south of its ais.
The buildings kept painted ad
grounds an good order.
Healthfulness.
Oa account of its high attitude
tero Is so healthbfer apot In Fkdrda
ier all the year reond or for the win.
tor visitors. For those who come to
Florida on account of health, many
Sod this higher altitude, dry sad
balmy air is bettor than the lowerw,
more harbsh air found in ait water
ttons.
Susinem.
The principle tL uaaeas l oease


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Writ, for free circular. Ask
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New catalog for the coming season
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shrubs, roses, palms, ferns, eto. Send
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DRESSING FOR PHOTOS.
That clothes are very important is
an acknowledged truism, but the vital
difference the style of dress can make
to a photograph, and how altogether
dependent a portrait can be on the
clothes worn by the sitter, is really
not fully realized. It is the way the
hair is done and the awkwardness of
same conventional clothes that are
tae most frequent stumbling blocks
on our way to photographic success.
It is often the fashionably dressed
hair taking all symmetery away from
the shape of the bead, and the high
collar, biding as it does the nook, and
often responsible for a double chin,
that are hindering us from getting a
really pictorial -portrait.
Dven color has a lot to do with it,
and white is by no means the safe
choice most persons suppose. Indeed,
it is llkely to ruin the whole thing by
a distressing glare. A dress In a
delicate tint of, say. pink or blue,
is sure to give infinitely better re,
eults.
As for black- or even a color that
takes black, it is knapossible for one
whose color and features are not well
defined. Then many who look ab-
aurdly commonplace photographed in
their ordinary garb turn out beauties
nla less conventional attire. Even a
pretty bodice Is often fairly vulgar
on paper, and the trimmings tt are
dainty and piquant In reality tdfh out
fairly Impudent and altogether saense-
ess. A oblon scarf will give better
reults than a coaventiosa bodice.
-Philadelphia Record.


O'IN MOTHM.'s C0C0o3.
na, 1 want my daughter to
em w t first of all be klad, hay.
8- .in:_ratln- for women, children
: mle. glvla his proteUon to
e w. sa halp lm whnekver an.
Somat ypos p a good opusoa
B^'ll, ge~elest to enable

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Inexpensive jewelry Is so much worb
this piece is not at all bizarre nor in
bad taste.
Brooches of garnets take the old-
fashioned round form, although some
show new bird, butterfly and floral de-
signs. Garnet dog collars are ex-
tremely attractive, and coiffure combs
and pins thickly incrusted with these
stones are very beautiful.-lndlan-
apolis News.

PREVENT IIOUSEHOLD WASTE.
Twelve years ago eleven women,
passing the sunnmer with their
families at Lake Placid, organized a
society for the promotion of domestic
science, and now it has been incor-
porated as the National Society of


Domestic Art and Science, with 1.0010
members. Mrs. Ellen H. Richards 13
president and Miss Isabel lievier of
the University of Illinois is vice
president. The society will publish
a monthly journal, and, the main ob-.
ject of the organization- will be to
prevent waste in the household and to
decrease the cost of living by making
manual training and domestic
r Ience features of all schools. The
ocelety seeks to gain members from
wamen's olubs. and this is a chance
to refuse the charge that the average
woman's club Is designed only for
social objects. So far few clubwom-
en identified themselves with the so-
ciety.-New York Press.

1,EOISLATOR MAKES RECORD.


Mrs. Alma V. Lafferty has not let
the grass grow under her feet as a
member of the Colorado Legislature.
She Is the only woman who has sat In
that body, and, further, Is one of the
most strenuous of ali the legislators
sltce the sevslon began. She ha
intnodueod fifteen bills, and, more to
the point, aM have pleased. Still more.
uhq says she is not yet through, and
may eake her record an even score.
Mr, LatWfty has morn than oeld
hr ow in debate, ma also to eom.
mitts. eW has shown a remanrkar
fat Or wgraeSap the momt lavr
Sma~ leM a- ts a $a


itlT N RAL BMAUTY. to abstain from the use of tobacco
Th beautiful, says a famous and alcohol, not only for my daug-.
Sdreeusker, Is tha wi ter's sake but for the sake of the
asthetsay pleases without cons0d- children which mnay come to them. I
eatlsm Of utility. Utility, as some want hb-n to be affectionate, not only
pbMopbes dOeod it. Is the sats, though their honeymoon but through
fat0on of uman wats. The beau- all their life, showing those little .et-
titl may, therefore, be quite useless. tentions such 'a the good-bye kiss,
and we will consider it from its the observance of birthday and wed-
asoet C point only, although, as a4- ding anniversary, and an occasional
Ways in tMIvly beautiful In nature* (ompliment,-say, several times a
the beauty of the perfect figure car- year.
ies health and utility for human As to the family purse, I should
purposes along with it. want him to set aside for household
beay i h febmmponr nts of true p o1oses and my dAughter's personal
beauty In the female form divine are expenses an allowance as large as
owder and proportion, unity and would be compatible with his Income.
variety. Beauty demands the co-ex- I should want him to be anxious that
istence of these attributes, the form- his wife have enjoyment outside of
er for the satisfaction of sensibility, her own home and that he share that
the latter for the satisfaction of In- enjoyment with her as much as pos-
teHigence. sable and help ber also to entertain
There Is one thing for which we guests whether of his inviting or
dressmakers seek more than all else hers. With a husband having the it-.
in the perfect figure for a womash tributes I have mentioned I think nmy
and that Is line. A woman may have daughter's happiness would be a-
a perfect bust, a perfect waist, per. rare.-Florence A. Richardson, Okla-
feet 'hips. and the right length of fig homa, in the Housekeeper.
ure, and yet be imperfect if these '
several perfections do not agree with GARNIMT7' REVIVED.
one another. The garnet is the Jewel of con-
Let me make myself clear. Sup- stancy and fidelity. It is the birth-
pose broad shoulders and wel!. stone of January, but to judge from
though not too well, developed bust, the new and laviakh displays of this
and a slim waist above aesthetic stone at the jewelers its use Is by
hips. The waist per se may be a n, means tq be restricted to the
thing of beauty, but it may be, and January girl.
often is, too small and out of all pro- Its warm red bue harmonizes well
portion to the bust, the shoulders and with the rich, dark reds to be worn
the hips, and strike uncomfortably this winter, and it is probable that
as an ensemble on our consciousness, it will enjoy a return to high favor.
because the line is wrong, as wrong It is not an expensive jewel. A
as are the pothooks of a child at his bracelet of gold plate, solidly in-
first 'writing lesson.-New Haven crusted with garnets in square set-
Register. tn costs less than t10 hut since


A THRIFTY WOMAN.
A thrifty woman has learned that
gaudy silken iose can be dyed black
for a s:mill siamn. and accordingly she
avails herself of the various "sales"
when odd siies and bright colors are
hown at great reductions. Somo-
times the only objection to them Is
the too ornate embroidery in bright
hues. and this when "dipped" makes
the stocking a thing to be envied.-
New York Tribune.

DEPUTY RBGISTRA*R.
*Mrs. Lucy E. Peabody. of Denver,
has received her appointment as
deputy registrar of the Colorado Stato
Board of Land Commissioners. Mrs.
Peabody is widely known through her
efforts to have the cliff dwellings In
southwestern Colorado preserved by
Including them in Mesa Verde Na-
tional Park. Before her marriage she
held a Government office in Wash.
Ington.-,New York Sun.
8TATUBI IN MEXICO.
It is akid that there Is only one
statue to a woman In Mexico. That
*tatue was erected in honor of Josefa
Ortis de Domingues, at whose house
in Queretaro the patriots often met
a century ago to plan means of throw-
Iag off the yoke of Spain. The statue
is In the City of Mexico and faces
the handsomest the Government
buildings.--New York Sun.


MIAHION NOTES.
The woman wit aenver nld the
kla less costly than now, when
t ne anr aetralt 4 a&ur
am ittle mteriabl sto mee4.
ewwM oa Useae, lOw at la
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Sometimes an Apo'ogy-Not Spoken
With Our 0'.flection.
The exipreg4lon "'thank you" Is
much moren cu rent Ith England than
ton America. It is al'o used with
niucl wider signlflcar.'e, often as
the equivalent of "I beg your par-
adon." For Instance, sta) the Travel
Magazine, an English wperon passing
before another or perhaps 3wtling one
or even treading on his foet will say
] in apology "Thank you."
The phrase Is heard constantly. It
a salesman in shop or newsboy
on the street solicits your Cestom and
you refuse It he will say "trunk you"
quite as cheerfully as If yofl made a
purcdiase.
There is a difference In nhe utter-
ance too. The English empflsize tho
second word viry strongly a-id finish
with ea rising inflection as i( asking
a question. An American ik recog-
uized at once by his accen~tfg the
word "thank" and closing th the
falling Infloction.

When to Cut Flowers.
tl'he best Ume to cut flowers is
early In the morning while Qte dew
Is upon them, or else dur;ag the
evening. As soon as cut tle stems
should be placed In water, even If
In a temporary way, if not convenient
to arrange them at once fn their
proper positions.
When the flowers have to be pack-
ed early in the morning to be seat
a long distance they must be out
extra early, or what In better, out
the previous evening and p1te I
water all nlht In a ,ool plaI -
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arumets for the eaese ofeUal -s
frees. It all women were as- aettaln
and levoe-eaded as he Is the prayer
of the SiffraUsts might be granted
without further delay. 'But the point
Is, would men want all women that
way?-New York Press.

JUDOI OPPOSB S8UPRAGIBT8.
India has an Engllsh Judge In M.
0. Ranade who stands ready to teach
women their place. Judge tanade
Is opposed to the Suffragists, and re-
rently he wrote this "Judicial opin-
ion" in reply to a request for an ar-
tiole on the fight for equal suffrage-
"When the letter 's' is added to the
word 'he' the whole world becomes
'she'; when the letters 'fe" are added
to 'male' the whole word becomes
'female'; when the letters 'wo' are
added to 'man' the whole word be-
comes 'woman'; thus a woman Is as
addition to man and not a subtraction
from him." There Is a suspicion the
Judge Is a true English humorist,
else he would have discovered woman
as a "prefix to 'man" and not an ad-
dition."-New York Press.

ART PITT TO GOOD USE.
Mrs. Bellamy Storer has complet-
ed an arts and crafts collection to
be sold for the benefit of the tuber-
culosis colony in Saranac lAke. Dr.
Nichols, her only son, Is a physician
at the Saranac camp and he has IA-
terested his mother in the work. The
collection Is expensive of Mrs. Stor-
er's fine taste In art. which was oul-
tivated largely by her first husband,
of Cincinnati. She Is the owner of
one of the largest of the Rockwood
potteries In that city and many
pieces of pottery now being turned
out are from her orlginil designs.-
New York Press.

ELECTED PRESIDENT.
,frs. Sofla Ioeblnger was electoi
president of the new organization of
suffragettes which was formed In New
York city. It is composed entirely
of wage earning women. Miss Aug,
a vender of cosmetics and other toilet
articles, was elected secretary: Miss
Wingers, a designer of women's cost-
tumes, was chosen as vice-chairman,
while Mrs. Louise Valkmann, a real
estate dealer, was made treasurer.
The menimiberhip is said to include
teachers, stenographers, lawyers and
doctors.-New York Sun.


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The meke Problem of Lend*e .4
The apoke problem of Londoa s
eone chiefly due to the dmoestia fl
grate, and for that reason the co0
Terenoe and exhibition held there to
the winter of 1906 were productoIv
of little visible result. T6 an n"a
lisahan. the open firerate, with its
asmoky flame, is one of the most es.
senthl features of his domestic hap.
pines and comfort. Unfortunately,
no modified form of open fire-grate
which will burn bituminous fuel

without smoke has yet been devised.
although many experiments have been
made In this direction. Since the
American method of heating rooms
by hot air or by steam pipes is un.
popular in ngland, and the coke or
anthracite stove Is equally unaccept-
able, the only hope that London may
In time possess an atmosphere equal
in clearness to that of New York,
Paris or Berlin lies In the use of par-
tially coked fuels like "coalite," or In
the extended application of a cheap
gas for heating purposes. Progress
Is no doubt octrring In both these
directions, and this will grow more
rapid as the supplies of these two
forms of fuel are Increased and
cheapened. The domestic smoke prob-
lAm, In fact. not only In London, but
In other large towns and cities of the
United Kingdom, le likely to be solv.
ed along these lines.-O3saJer's Mag-
azine.

Never a Freak.
It Is strange that Bishop Doane, In
his address before the graduating
class of a girl's school, should fall
Into the trespass of describing the
new woman as a freak. There should
be some penitential imposition In
the rubrics of the bishop's church for
one who so far departs from the
facts of history, the conclusions of
science, the verdict of society as to
call a woman, be sae possessed of
any term of original views, a freak.
Woman Is never such. A choleric
Latin poet spouted something to the
effect tha.t woman la at all times va-
riable, and this hes been the cheap
verdict of iho unthinking ever since.
The grave blielogist takes the con-
trary ground and denotes the female
as the stable factor in the human
compound, the male .being the va-
riable. This, tt',. Is the fundamental
decree of natut%,--&Iltimore Ameri-
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A- Tes Des*e V-t AU eae raestm.


HMR TROUBLBS.
"A girl has a herd time with her
love affairs "
"How now?"
"Half the time she Isn't sure of her.
self, and half the time she Isn't sure
of Journal.
or COLDS and KRIP.
Rick'4 CAVrnmU Is the bes4t ued--
reItew t asahian and fevrunea- ure
the aee rtres ormal ondltons. It's
as Ubaeaiately. $oo.. 3c. s0e4
M&.at drug stares.
Says the Baltimore Star: A bus
dred year ago the great MJssissippi
Valley and West were given up to
the Indian. When the settlers came
the Indian had forced upon him a
eow mode of life. Rebellion naturally
Followed. There were wars. mass
amres. But beck of It all was the
Iron hand and the Inexorable law of
proves. The Indian ~s expected
to acquire la a few years what the
biLte rmee took centuries to acquire.
The load of elvilisation was too
heavy; be beoke down under it. This
Is the story of his going, and only
the utmost care will arall to pre.
vent his extinction.
Painkiller (Perry Davis') taken ia hot
water or ik. wil checak that cold you
have just oaght. mc. Sc. and 0c. bottles.
Thougt the youngest State, clakne
the Buffalo tulrier, Oklahoma has
some of the oldest tradition--stories
of buried treasures tn tbe days of the
Inoureions of the Montesumas when
8pealdb soldiers. forced to flight by
the Indians. concealed vest riches in
the territory and marked a trail on
their way to lextoo. some evidence
of wbkih. It i oelaimed, i In pos.
session of the Oklahoma Historical
So,'ety.
Mrs. Wislow's nothing Sarp or Child
rft sothe educesn

ITS SOURO.
wThe spring poet is hard to dis-
oouraoe."
"Rejected manuscript do not deter
him. eb?"
"No; hope springs eternal from a
foltn pen."-Louisville Courier-
JournaL


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ft". His Navy WOWI.
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I il i io fMt t ame
his my wi"t se 4 Ml pp.'*
lSkph- t tour 44drer*--Lifo.
DREAfUl DANDRUFF.
OGir's Heed a Mted-Feared Loss
of All Her Half-Raby Had Milk.
t-M it *'s* Wife Made
4-ftrect Cures by Outtctra.
"For several years my husband was a
missionary in the southwest. Every one in
that high and dry atmosphere ha more or
loes trouble with dandruff'and my daugbh
ter's scalp became so encrusted with it that
I was alarmed for fear she would lose all
her hair. After trying various remedies, in
desperation I bought a cake of Cutieura
Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment.
They left the scalp beautifully clean and
free from dandruff and I am happy to say
that the Cuticura Remedies were a cornm-
plete success. I have also used successfully
the Cuticura Remedies for so-caUed 'milk.
crust' on baby's head. Cuticura is a bles-
ing. Mrs. J. A. Darling, 310 Fifth St.,
Carthage, Ohio, Jan. 20, 1908."
Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props.
of Cuticura Remedies, Boston;'Mass.
The average man who swears off
think he does well enough If he stays
on the water wagon between drinks. ,


Rough on Rats, unbeatable extermnator.
Rough on Hen LAce, Net Powder, Se.
Sough on Bedbuas, Powder or LIq'd, Sc.
Rough on Flees Powder or Liquid, 95c.
Rough on Roaches, Pow'd, lc.,LIq'd, 9S.
Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, S0.
Rough on Skeeters agreeable in use, 9Sao
& 8. Welks Chemist. Jerse y City, N. J.
What we want to know is if it is
the Providence that cares for the men
or the washing that has shrunk those
holes in the peek-a-boo waists left
over from last summer.
SOOTHES AND HEALS SKIN TROUBLES
Not only does Hancock's Sulphur Oint-
menit soothe the irritation, stop the itching
and relieve the pain from Bumrn, Scalds,
Open Sores, raw surface. and chafed parts,
but it heals and cures. In cases of ecsema
it is the best thing you can use, in connec-
tion with Hancock's Sulphur Compound.
Many doctors treated Officer John T. Car-
roll, of Baltimore, and failed to cure a ter-
rible ase of eczema from which he suf-
fered. lie used Ilancotk's Sulphur Con-
Wip.nd and Hancock's Sulphur Ointment,
and writes that he is completely cured.
The ointment removes roughnem of the
face or ian andd keeps the skin soft and
smniooth. Your druiKgiat sells it. Booklet
free if you write HAXNOCK LIQUID SUL-
I'unR Co., Baltimore. Md.
There is no such thing as convinc-
Ing arguments, although every man
thinks ho has one.


TIRED ALL THE. TIME.


Languor, listlessness, dullness of
spirits are often due to kidney disor-
S ders. Pain and
Swry*e vwr1.is weakness in the
,45I back, sides and hips,
headaches, dizziness,
urinary disordersare
sure signs that the
kidneys need. imme-
diate attention. De-
lay is dangerous. J.
Wilfred Zell, Dun-
cannon., Pa., sayae
"Kidney backache
and rheumatic pains
made my o miserable. I could not
sleep well and always felt tired. My
limbs were stiff and sore asd I was
hardly able to work. I was so bad I
did not care to live. Doa's Kidney
Pills brought quick relief and soon a
permanent cure."
Remember the name--Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
DOWN TO BRASS TACKLE.
First Vestran-Ye, sir, we psut
use every honorable meae to reduce
the mortmase on our churel.
Second Vetryman-You don't
seam to telt m t all the ShAeW",
ralse miaens wae bo-n ezhanates
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the reach of the average farmer.
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HasJust sustained &e decision of the Lower Court that

FRENCH OPERA COFFEE
Is ant an lrfaem any brand, but gained It pep~ulrity in
the *efuee wer deeaui it Is always sweet amd emUewl, aamndg it
the leading TWENTY-FIVE CENT SELLER IN THE SOUTH.
W wee first in the field of semmee eme*t and ea a in the
iu t ceeat eI th e lad on equity and juasisoe We wt eedee
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An Odd Competltion Among the Heir
&dreSers of Paris.
The. irdreosers of Paris hove hlth
erto orttntee themselves for t 4
most part w-th arrsngng co fare;.
They have now added the art of ak.
ag faces to match the coilfures.
UAn Odder the auspices of the Hairl
dressers Uniodreers of Paris a competet
rto odateme" wad themd at lves for t cd
most pact wthrancase do Coiffure in
they holevard de traborg. The so makb-

ject set for competition was for the
hairdressers to make tthe comselves to
represent as lifelike as possible thea


paraded In the halls of the hair-
dresing academy were seen more or
less successful presentations of Kin;
d ward, the Czar, the eran EL'Ac
peror, the Emperoe Francis Joseph,
thme Mikado President Fallieres,

the Boulean and various o.her eminent
personages. The prmake d'honneur, ato
reprdal presented by the Pref pect of the
Seine, was won by M. Monti.--]on.
don Telegmph.
Powerful headlights on locomotives
have been made compulsory by the
legislature of Souah Dakota, but be-
fore complying the railroads will take
advantage of the lawl which permits
them to submit the matter to a pub-
lic vote at the next election.

Of a Famous Human Food.

The story of great discoveries or
Inven ions is always of hnter eminent.
An active brain w drker who found
himself hampresented by lack of bodily
strength and vigor and could not
carry out the plans and enterprises
he knewrful how to conduct, was led to
study Various foods and their effects
upon the human system. In other
words. before he couh D array out his
plansfore omplyhad to find a food that would

carry him along and renew his physi-
cnl and mental strength.
He know that a food which was a
brain and nerve builder (rather than
ahm to subat maker) w univatter to a pub-sally
needlic vote at the new that election. wit

Ofthe aver man do not accomplished.
The story of results. He knew thator
nerve nations lais made from Albumen

strength and vigor and could notained

carefry out the plansv and entperprises
food.he knew ontaion thconduct, was leand tonerve
btudy various foods andelemen then ondition
upon the human system. In otherdgeson.
Thwords, beforesult he could carry oGrape-Nut his
plany is he adly to n in a mood that wouldr-

brains and aerve builder (rainther than

the averasye man doeaki nog t accomplishure
thfor one to carry obstanc the daily duties





tor one to carry on the dally dutle


"That's a Joke on my wife." he ex.
plained. "She gave me that roll and
I told me that there was $40 In it.
HIere, you Just hold this envelope
while I go back and get the rest of
the money."
The Governor put the envelope in
his pocket and resulted his study of
the landscape. Pinally he bethought
him that the stranger had never come
baek. Then Mr. St. John opened his

OlobesfDemorat.
Doa empty ashoddy workht
.MaRh yos wat a horse shod.


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PAWVAVPILS
bThe abes vtemee
ton aa d iernls kroes
m* he pll ad a pesiltve b sad
speary ev" for Con-
stlpatloo. a1tgsqtlon.
Jsuadlee. Balto0ess.
Bour stotsach. ead -.
ache. and all ailment
arising from a disor-
de* r d stomach or
u9lagsb liver. They
cotali nt coneaatt-
0t forn all the vir-
U-T-IRDI anda vlOs .of
on*. yo fw-raw
l tooal ad are g ade
from thb *l$e* of the
Pew-Paw frult I Tub*etatimgly recow-
emd thea pills as boing the best laan-
tive sad cathartic ever compounded. Get
a boawct bottle and If you are sot por-
ierly alftd I til refund your Money
F IRD and JK MMN 8M8.,
natPurLADEetlehlp.Ar.


SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BELTS
SMAM IRN WmSmS. MAKTA,.


Most old

people must give
the bowels gentle, con-
stanthelp. One candy Cascaret
each day does that. Harsh
physic, taken regularly, Inakes the
bowels callous. Cascarets do not.
Nearly all old people now use this
natural, gentle help.
Vest-pocket box.10 ceats-at dr-stores. SM
Xaeh tablet of the oeutoe o marked C C C.

ST. JOHN OF KANSAS BLED.
SFormer Governor of Kanas Falls an
Easy Prey to a Sharper.
John P. St. John. former Governor
of Kansas, won the brand of the
"easy mark" yesterday when he "fell"
for the game of a confidence man on
the Rock Island train boetwoen Wich
Ita and Topeka. As a result he is
$49 poorer in real perfectly good
money, and much richer in actual
experience.
Mr. St. John was seated in the
chair car watching the landscape
when a much perturbed and hatless
man entered.
The hatless man dropped into a
seat beside the Governor.
"I was told." hea tad, that I could I
Lcuy a money order on the train. Now
I find that I cannot. I don't know
what I am going to do. I must send
this money to my sister, and I have
only a big bunch of small bills. It
won't do to put them in an envelope."
Gov. St. John rose to the bait just
as if he had never braved the dan-
gors of such great cities as Topeka

"I can let you have two twenties,"
he said.
The offer was accepted. Mr. St.
John produced the two twenties and
the strapge handed over a roll in
return. sing that he was dealing
with a stranger Mr. St. John cerefulL'

found that it contained seven (1 bills
and one $5 bill.
"You have made a mistake," he
said. "There is not enough money
here."
The stranger, who In the mean-
time had placed the two twenties in
* an. envelope and sealed it, was all
a|ologes.


Special Announcement I
The Atlanta, Birmlinch m & Atlantio Rail.
road will inaugurate sleeping car service on
sight trains beItween Atlanta and Bruns.
wick, effective June 10. Pullman sleepers
of latest design will be used In this serioo..
Southbound, leave Atlanta 7:5) p. m., ar-
rive Brunswick 8:10 a. m. Northbound.
leave Brunswick 7:00 p. m., arrive Atlanta
7:26 m.
These trains make close connection at
Brunswiok with 4tearmers for St. Hlmon'-
and Uumberlad Island..
'Ihe elegant day coaches and Pullman
sleepers In these train afford au opportu-
nity, not heretofore enjoyed to travel to and
from Oeoqila's famous seashore resorts
oomfortambly. -Ar y Ticket Ag..nt of the
Company will give further information.
W. II. Leahy, 0. 1'. A.; Chai. Patton, T. P
A.& W. A. tokes; C. P. A.
The constant advertiser gets the
dollar. ,
Per BMEAACHE--Hlreke CA PUDINi
Whether from Colds. Heatk Btomach or
Nervous Troubles. Capudlne will relieve yo
It's liquid-pleasant to take-acts Immedl-
ately. Trtikt. 10.. tSc. and Me. at drugs

One i1 prone to find fault while
looking for lost opportunities.
Dr. Bigger. Huckleberry Cordial
When taken at th) bginnlnt of tominch
Trouble* never f t L t,) urW e Dir)rrhoaa, Dys-
entiry, Flut. Chlllrou Toeeo.hng, eto. At
Druggists 25o and 35o per battle.
A iair argument Is for one In
which nobody gets angry.


SACRIFICE SALE OF


Town Property
AT

Milltown, Georgia.
To meet our subscription on two new
railway enterprises coming to our town
with other factory enterprise, we are offer-
log 200 eboloe lots lose In at the low prioe
of $86.00 eaoh, payable $10 eqb,. balance OI
monthly. Thia is the greatest sacrlfun eves
offered In Roal Estate. as our town hba
nearly 2,000 people now, and with oonviot
labor driven out of our town, a $60.004
Baptist College completed. two more rail.
ways headed this way. with several factory
enterprises, we oatnot help doubling ous
po ulation in another year.
'his is a snap; write quick, as they onm-
not laut long. No delays. No wait Ing. You
get deed the day payments are completed.
South iGeorgia La &I Industrial tC.
Mox 90. Mlltoew, a. G

SECURE A FREE

SCOTTAE BUILDING LOT
AT MERIWETHER WHITE
SULPHUR SPRINGS,
The Queen o Gorgia Resorts
The company has already spent sev-
eaty thousand dollars is improvements,
and propose selling a few shares of
guaranteed 6 per seat stook. To fahli-
tate its ale, they are giving with "eah
share of stoek a cottage building I o0,
0z160i. and the frem use of the Spiangs.
Make appUoatioa at one, they will at
last Won. over one-half them already
laies. Write ast oase.
M iwethor White Sulphar
SpraI Coe _
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MORE


PINKHIAM


PrAl R AP t INM ta I6 Chl eOn.
se geat Is eo0d*al preteloe
aWinst the sta to Chia th at
exteds even to the WhiMre ators,
and these are plhbibited from hold-
iag any post uade the government.
Pour years ago the grSaadso of an
actor named Cheug was appolateJ
4ranslator to the Chinese legation at
Berlin. CheSg In his day was In
the very front of his profession, aaJ
ranked as high nla the esteem of all
elassee of soolety aa Sir Henry ITr-
ving did nla his country. Yet the
nomination of his descendant eauseJl
an outcry among Chinese offieali,
and a memorial praying for his re.
moval was presented to the Empress
dowager. The new ofcial, It was
pointed out, belonged to the castle
of actors, who ranked with barber
and chiropodlts., as the three lowest
classes in the country. The younger
Cheng. however, was able to prove
that his parents did not follow hit
grandfather's profession. so the :1p.
polstntent was allowed to stand.-
London Chronicle.


Added to the Long List due
i to This Famous Remedy.
, Camden. N.J.- "It is with pleasure
that I add my testimonial to your
already long liat -oping that it may
Iaduce others to avail themslves oe
this valuable rsd.
else, L4. a .KA. -n


ham's y etable
SCompou nd I suft.
feared from terrible
headaches, paln in
m back ad right
nervous, and so
weak I could hardly
stand. Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegeta.
,ble Compound re.
stored me to health
and made me feel like a new person.
and it shall always have my r ,"
-Mrs. W. P. VALNTINA, 0 ncolh
Avenue. Camden, N. J.
Gardiner, Me.- "I wasaj&e tsuf-
ferer from a female disease. The doc.
tor said I would have to go to the
hospital for an operation, but Lydia E.
P1ink ham's Vegetable Compound com-
pletely cured me in three months."-
Mibs. o. A. WILLIAMS, R. F. D. No. 14,
Box 8s, Gardiner Me.
Because your case is a difficult one,
doctors having done you no good,
do not continue to suffer without
giving Lydia E. P'inkham's Vegetable
owompounda trial. It surely hascured
many cases of female ills, sutc as in-
flammation, ulceration, displacements,
fibroid tumors, irregularities periodio
pals, backache, that bearingdown
feeling, indigestion, dizziness, and ner-
vous prostration. It costs but.a trifle
to try it, and the result is worth mil.
lions to many suffering women.
It takes a wise man to conceal the
fact that ho knows anything, con-
fesses the Philadelphia Record, when
be goes into so..lety.


THE RAGAN BLOOD REMEDY
FOR ALL FORMS OF
BLOOD POISON
We solicit the uost ol.atluate *asses. We
cure testay cured Write for lofurnatlon.
P. 0. Box 91, Atlanta, Ga.


Belief.
l Remove* at swelling l I toso
d days; effects a permanent care
n 30to 6o days. Trial treatUmut
IvenU ree. Not hiBScan be fairer
Write Or. H. MLK& as .
beialletls. myBs


BEAUTIFUL

RESORT

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SAway With the. Hodt
A man In Ohio has patented a de-
evlw for carrying bricks by hand that
Is In several ways aperior to the old


S method, and to an advantage to both
the employer and the workingman.
bis devices coastats of a clamp made
of two parallel iron .bers with Jaws
at either end and loto, bi the sides.
S4ie elaap Is set down other a row
N bricks and locked with a bolt
10 04k A e ieot so that the bricks
,A$ "S t lY by the Jaw. The
fAI himah aa Aha t by *aenan of
1 ad may be picked up and
pId ut as one would carry a
aIt m Oe. The advantages of
4 In the Anst
so me than a
mIre bricks. In
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Ouht to ashoot It.
"More powerful than precise."
So Senator Aldrich characterized
the other day an attack on certain of
his tariff ideas.
"More powerful than precise," he
repeated. "Like the editorial in the
Yutan Sunbeam. This editorial ran:
'We will not enter into a contro-
versy with the slimy, hissing wolf who
tries to spit venom from his forked
tongue on the editor of the Sunbeam.
The way -to treat such crawling ver-
min Is Just to lpt them bellow.' "-
Washington Star.


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Improved Box oauch. ...
Box couches have passe the ex-
perimental stage and are now be-
coming quite popular. One of the
most recent designs s shown below,
containing a novel improvement pat-
ented by a New York man. In this
box couch the box used for holding
the -garments and other articles is at.
tached to rods so arranged that the
box is lifted up from the bottom of
the couch when the top of the latter
as raised. It thus becomes an easy
matter for the person using the couch
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We realize that the time for p roft-making is over, and while It 1M
yet not the middle of the summer, with several months before yIe to
which you wil need the goods, we have cut the priGe o m0aY ORf
des throughout our store nl order to close them out.
We out the ptieso now so that you can get almost a full _u---r


wear, and at Dtlcee that you can afford to layn la a tfll aup y.


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aim is to so work It that when fall comes we will not have a pieO
of summer ood on hand, and to do this we know we must begl sOW.
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In this uet you will bad some rare bargais in


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Ladies Suits and Skidrts.


Fancy Lawns and Organdies.


Fancy White, Goods.


Poplins, Wash Volles, Dress Unens nl all colors, ParasolM and ar


00, e of'


other articles.


Come and we will give you the values. I
Our remnant counter always contains some choles bargadis.
RenaeWnts, as they accumulate, are thrown on this couster.


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