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Vol. 18. No. 41. SAN MATEO, FLA., JULY 31, 1909. Publlsh d tkly, $1.00 Tar.
INews of the Week ,
Local Weather Report,
July 26.-Min.... .76.
56.- .. 71.
27,- ... .70.
28,- .. 67.
80,- ... 70.
" ... .91.
"t .... 89.
:" Mrs. D. S. Tingley is now in Ex-
L San Mateo and Crescent City play
ball next Saturday at Crescent City.
L OGreen Cove Springs has formed a
Sub-Road District. The election
carries a levy of 5 mills.
"Hayco," the man who can re-
lease himself from any pair of hand-
cuffs, 'will be at the Wonderland
Theater Monday night.
Capt. Geo. Crotty and family were
;, down from Crescent City Sunday.
Tney were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Our County Sheriff and deputies
have been busy o( late and should
hane credit for promptly landing two
murderers beside other important ar-
4 rests this week.
The Tilghman Cypress Co., of
Lakens, seem to be having some
hanr luck. Not long ago they lost
f their hotel by fire and on July 22 a
boiler let go doing much damage and
wounding several men. It will take
some months to repair the damage
of the explosion.
S Oapt. W. A. Shaw, after an illness
of only eleven days, passed away at
hjs home In Jacksonville -on last
Wednesday afternoon. Capt. Shaw
wae know by more people, prob-
ablyt, ta y ether one muan in
SFlorlda, .e yewrs sbe has been
U. 9. Inspeotar of bulls. He was
oae of bhe very oldest a*d moot pop.
Slar steamboat (eaptals on the Sat.
Johnas RiBlver, having been master of
H* steers Battle, Loule Boy,
M. BIrd, DeBary and City of
Orange Growers eelt.
Manager Myron Gillette and Or-
ganizer Read from California, of thel
Florida Citrus Exchange, were at
Crescent City Wednesday and held
a meeting at the auditorium. Meet-
ing was called to order at 9 o'clock.
Mr. A. P. DeWolf was elected chair-
man. Mr. Read talked for some
time upon the benefits California
people secured by getting together
and organizing, and showed why andt
.how the Florida orange growers
should do likewise. He also ants-
wered many questions asked by dif-
ferent ones fir the audience. He was
followed by Mr. Gillette, who read
the contract and made explanations
as he went along. After the meet-
ing 14 people signed to ship their
fruit through the Exchange. These
14 were mostly the smaller growers,
pledging a little over 20,000 boxes.4
This season of the year caught most
of the larger Crescent City growers
out of town. Only about 50 people
attended the meeting. Their senti-
nient was for a local organization
and no doubt one will be formed,
both at Crescent City and Pomona,
as soon as the growers understand
the proposition a little better
San Mateo Plays Crescent City.
The Crescent City and San Mateo
base ball teams played ball here on
the east end diamond last Saturday
and a right good game it was, run-
ning through ten innings. In the
1st each side made 8 runs in the 4 C.
C. made one and in the 5th S. M.
tied the score in the 6th S. M. got in
two more and in the 8th C. C. got
two tieing again 6 to 6, uo runs inI
the 9th and in the 10th C. C., made
1, while S. M., got a circle on the
score sheet. Making the score 7 to 6
in favor of Crescent City.
The batteries were: San Mateo,
Solana, C; Hanna, P; Crescent City,
Allen. C; Bolln, P.
Umpire W. C. Cartledge, of Hunt-
Ington. His decisions could not
and were not questioned by either
club-something out of the ordinary
in a ball game.
St. Augustine and Palatka ball
game at St. Augustlue Thursday was
a lose one-score 4 to 8 In favor of
St. Augustine. Up to the 5th the
eore was 1 to O in Palatka's favor;
it. A. got S in th; Pal. tied it in 6th;
nla I. A's half eft they got 2. In
tbhe h Polalk aesored, making it aI
Il., bSt the SaapljRe ealGd Dillon out
Sthplate. wbleb gava St. A. the
ame. The pm* was played in the
flem after the th. it wV a good i
eleas gmem and (be reesM a srprse
l both SiM-*
Baseball (?) and Baseball.
Less than )00 people saw yester-
(day's game, which is a rather poor
showing for this live city. The club
Iasn played two good gaines since re-
turning Ihoin n d( there Is no reason
why larger crowds should not attend
the tines. The directors say they
can't give the fans a good team with-
out the stipport of the people and
they speak tle truth in this matter.
It in rather hard to believe that less
than .1700 peonpl turn out to witness
a hall game In Jacksonville, the big
city of the State. In.Ocala, tGalnes-
ville, Pa latka, Sanford, Orlando and
other Florida towns, the attendance
at ball games often reaches the I,(NX)
mark, and when vou stop and think
that less than half that number are
turning out to the Jacksonville
gaines, it is not speaking well for the
Good Lord, if the Jacksonville-
Knoxville game on the 28rd was a
sample of the baseball playing of the
)Auth Atlantic League Its no wonder
" the attendance was less than 500. If
Palatka ball players made as many
punk plays as we saw in the game on
the 23d, they would fire the whole
team, and for ginger, snap and Inter-
est in the game, Palatka, Sanford,
Gainesville or any of the the scrub
teams in the State have the Scouts
beat a block. If Jacksonville fans
want to see real base ball just invite
Palatka and (iainesville down for a
game on their ball lot and they
would get their money's worth.
Crescent City Notes.
Capt. Bradshlaw took the Crescent
City ball team to San" Mateo last
Saturday for a match game. Our
team defeated San Mateo by a score
of 6 to 7. It was one of the best
games of the season. The Crescent
City boys say they were treated
royally by the Kan Matoo folks.
Mrs. S. I. Shaw leaves next week
for Baltimore, where she will spend
three or fur weeks buying goods.
Rev. It. N. Cate and family will
arrive the last of this week from
Crescent City and Fruitland will
play ball here to-day. Game will
be called at 8 o'clock. The San Ma-
teo team will come here for a game
on August 7.
Mr. H. E. Scott, manager of the
Crescent City Barber Shop attended
the big ball game in Palatka Tues-
Mr. James Padgett, Sr. has moved
to the Wald place, and Mr. C. J.
Hunter will occupy the house just
vacated by Mr. Padgett, after build-
ing an addition to it.
Mr. C. H. Preston's many friends
will regret to learn of his illness.
Capt. John Pigue was in Palatka
The people of Orescent City will
bebo gd tokaow ttat there is to beI
another steamboat line between here
County Bonds Sold.
At a meeting of the county Com-
missioners held yetterdlay for the
purpose of receiving bids for county
improvement boi'ds amounting to
$190,(00) the following bids were open-
ed: Nell, Rath & Co., Cincinnati.
par and accrued Interest to date of
delivery with $5,710.50 premium. A
certified check of $3,900 was inclosed
with bid. McCoy & Co., h('iago, at
par interest to date. S. A. Kean &
Co., Chicago, $3,040 premium.
William Mh. Flourney, of DeFuniak
Springs, representing lHostotn batik-
ers, $2.8~0 premium, but had not
made necessary deposit, offered to
wire deposit on 27th instead of 26th,
date of advertisement. Allen Flake,
representing Woodin, McNear &
Moore, of Chicago. I per cent. or
$1,00 premium with terms nominally
unconditional, and bid was accepted
by the board, all the conditions of
"we advertisements having been met.
Putnam County Poor Farm.
The Board of County Conninis-
sioners will entertain propositions
for the sale of the Putnamn County
This Farim consists of Eighty J[WJ
acres of rich hanmmiock amid muck
lands situated I N miles from Flora-
home; about eight aeres of Pecan
trees; fine stock ronge; good two-
story residence and barn.
This is an Ideal situation for a
home, and is well ada )ted to the
growth of fruits, of which h there are
some fine speclnmel's on the place;
about forty acres under cultivation
present year, with fences in good re-
For further information apply to
Co., Commissioner T. J. tigers,
Putnam Hall, Fla., or
HaNaY HUL'TCuIN ON,
Clerk Circuit Court, Palatka, Fla.
at Prices never before heard of. Ful-
ly Warranted. Genuine Elgin or
Waltham Watches, solid nickel, dust
proof case, stem wind, stem set, open
face, sent by mail, post paid, for
Moiey returned if not as represent-
ed. Supply limited at this price.
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Why Stay North and Freeze?
Come to Ban Mateo and spend the winter out of doors, and you
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Real Estate Agency.
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Open a ascouat with us sad we will demonstrate it
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Manleve Self-Opening Gate V,0 oR1.D.
For any driveway or posts. Ope.
ed by any vehicle without aussb
dance or ptoping. Easily opened by
hand, on foot or horseback, and
never stands unfastened. Cannot
bo opened by any stock. With full
control of reins and teams, accI-
dents are avoided. The machia*
ery Is all above ground, and so
simple it never gets out of order.
Satisfaction or no sale. It adds
V A#itenh, -. and s safety of any home.
MANLOVIS CATE CO., 6 "I 5cA-IL..
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STETSON SHOES FOR MEN.
QUEEN QUALITY & AMERICAN
GIRL SHOES. FOR LADIES.
A full Ho* of Show for Boys, Misses & Chldres
CITY SHOE STORE.
HERBERT, CROOK, Prop.
When ia PalatAV don't Fail to visit the Wonderland
Thme.. The MOVING PICTURE SHOW of quality.
Zatre change of programme each night.
Admission ioc. Children 5c.
Smith's oe.-Ma CanCdy-All Kinds
S C plates, Bon-Bons, isses,
Slr? ; WraeTMOUUP, TAFFY AMN MIXTURmS.
.EmrUL BIdT at C .n aus,.
spgM~mr iW~ iMliji Te UT. AM GARRY FULL UNB
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Look for Trade Mark on Crown and Label.
The Most Healthful and Refreshing Drink.
The only authorized bottlers are
The Palatka Coca Cola BoItliur CoO
EDWARD KUMMER, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.
FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES
Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Lndders, Etc.
WRITE FOR PRICES.
Palatka Ice Factory
From Distilled Water.
"ALL Mi WlL nW M9 MPT ATTENTION.
Si * PAATA. P16
PlMe Your PIRB INSURANCE With
The 6. Loper Bailey Comp'y
Oppeit WMais Uble Telgrah Office, Palatk, Fla.
TIME TRIED AND'
INSURE YOUR LIFE IN
e Bul iai L ili s cu C.
Ne W YORK.
Strong, Liberal, Prompt
S4ad Pstaml he Rates an Particulaf.
G. Loper Bailey, Mgr.
X P ', -W
iPwur ha bot g et a dandy aew
lgoe Our motorists."
"U1e it got all the Inhmns the
State la it?"
"You bet! And a complete list of
beOpitals, with rates."-Town Topics.
TOO MANY SPOT&.
h vitals pot
N ma quite a lot
t A guauinag in the Jungle
r. .. amn who can't
M* bulet plant
AWM e, is apt to bungle. *
S TYet sometimes skJll
May come to nil;
n his life may Jeopard.
t Isbrd, I wot,
To pick out on a leopard.
-- ulsville Courler-Jodrnal.
Naybor-I heard Mrs. Tart-
le call your wife an old cat.
usband--Mrs. T. evidently never
Saw het in the same room with a
PINE FOR THE NERVE.
Invalid-Is this a good place for
Proprretor of Health Resort-Is it?
Why, when I opened up here I only
gtapged $2 a day-now I've got the
Mnrve to charge $10.-Town Topics.
"A w6man who tries to look like
a man is a fool," announced Mr.
'k should say she is." said Mrs. J.
looking him over carefully.
And even though she agreed with
hpm, he didn't like It, somehow.--
Beggar-Say. mister, I'm out uv
work an' I've got six small children
tV support. Won't youse gisme a
.few pennies foi 'em?
Citizen-Much obliged for the of-
old man; but I've got all the
ren I need at present.-Chicago
9 cracked a lawyer's house the
oth"r night." said the first burglar
igutstedly, "and the lawyer was
ore with a gun all ready for me.
e advised me tar git out."
"You got off easy," replied the oth-
"Not much I didn't. He charged
|gIo 5 for the advice."-Philadelphia
i RBAL ONE COMING BACK.
Ted-What kind of an auto has
SNed-Twenty-horse.power going out
o e-horse-power coming back.-
THUY DON'T SPEAK NOW.
S Mildred-They say young Hugglns
S ata to marry every girl he meets.
,1 otlda-Then why don't you get
o eMI e to introduce you, dear?-
l* TRU MODERN WAY.
prodigal has returned.
," be sakld "are you going
the fated calf?"
iueposded the old man, lo6k-
over carefully, "no, I'll
!train sose of tat at o."
The mouse had just gnawed the
"That's nothing," we remarked:
"We've known a Welsh rabbit to let
loose a whole menagerie."
Herewith Aesop realized his fable
was pretty small pumpkins.--New
THOSE STAGE MEALS.
"Somnething new in a rural drama."
"In the first act, they cook a big
meal; in the second art, they cat it."
"And In the third net they send
for the doctor, eh? That's reallam,
all right."-Loulsville Courier-Journal.
GOT HIS HEARINGS.
"But." asked the youn& doctor,
"why do you always order cham-
pagne for every new patient that
comes to you?"
"Because, my boy," replied tho old
practitioner. "I can judge by whitt
the patient says whether or not he
can afford It. That helps me when
I come to make out my bill."-Phila-
THE SAME OR ANOTHER?
"And you saw Muriel?"
"Tell me, is she married?"
"One question more: Again or
FEW THRILLS. "3
"All the world's a stage."
"'But the play is no melodrama. In
real life, a girl never spurns a fel-
low's love, no matter how great a
rogue he may be. Always tries to let
him down easy."-Louisvllle Courier.
A POOR SPECIALTY.
"I see your boy has a little hachet."
"Yes; but I fear he'll never ,make
"Doesn't chop down your favorite
cherry trees eh?"
"No; h&e chops up my favorite golf
PLANK BLOWN THROUGH TREE.
Remarkable Testimony to the Force
of the Recent Georgia Tornado.
Each day brings to light some new
freak of the tornado which caused
death and destruction in this part of
the State a few days ago, rays the
As an evidence of the freakish
force of the wind a big pine tree and
a large plank op the ,property of the
Hon. 8. M. Roberts, about twelve
mdles from here,. are now Joined as
If done by an expert carpenter.
Although the tree was a large one
the plank was picked and driven
through the centre as neatly as If
shot from a gun. Not only was the
plank shot through the tree, but it
went through without tearing the
The plank was picked up In the
yard of Mr. Roberts's sawmill and
other planks in the pile were not
molested by the ww4d. So singular
dos Mr. Roberts consider this ae.
tion of the tornMdo that he has p>6st.
00 a notice telung bow the plank
was driven through the big pine and
ordering that it shall not be out
The most illtorate country of e*
r e lab twa TihreeA of th
pepsisiaca aa neither rend nor write.
Tbe ureety discover e a s
cOLLS ACAMY2ABi lI WI
golf links, baseball, tootballad boak et l t ems A mpl 'e .
lorlds in 1909. Nearly a uartllK 1f ll tteaB.lM
expenses moderate; scholarships availabMe; Christiba but undW
no national; stands f
Chmtaote m, Cultlu% Condulot
For C"tWP A .D Wth PPei"H F
Wm. F. Black, Ph.D., I0 F, fith
*S.,. N ey
Pbme N. Nxt door nKeneely.
Lomet tmet. Hardware 0o
J. P. Morgan & Co. announced it
would take $10,000,000 of the new
bond issue of the Florida East Coast
Julia Wikes, insane, dangled sixty
feet in the air from a clothesline, and
dropped to the ground in New York
Elliott Northeott, the American
Minister to Bogota, was detained at
Barranquilla, the rebels holding all
lines of communication.
The Federal Grand Jury got the
books of the Sugar Trust and began
to investigate the "spiking" of the
Pennsylvania Sugar Refinery.
A Cincinnati physician asked by a
woman who said she was poor to ex-
amine her heart with X-rays discov-
ered gold secreted in her clothing.
Mr. Crane's appointment as minis.
ter Is welcomed. His selection is re-
garded as the beginning of a stronger
policy of the United Utates toward
William Van Bleet and party made
a record balloon flight for New aUg-
land, going from North Adams,
Mass., to Topsham, Me., a distance
of 1756 miles.
A floating camp for conevmptives
a gift from Miss Mary Harriman and
F. D. Underwood, president of the
Brie, was put nto use ain New York
City with forty patients.
Aeronaut Frank Goodal sailed to
his airship from Palisades Park, N.
J., to Forty-second street and Broad.
way, New Yook City, and bask. e-ma-.
ing the trip in forty-nine- ia" _.
A pageant representtg the Et
of elenoos and literature in
taent and sixteenth eatuerles else
the elebraton of the four ueadre tk
amaMverar of the birth of JoAR 0al
via, at Gaeva. Swaiterlad.. .
Lt Iyou keep an
*6e road so rve
25c to 50c
Extra per Box
The Jersey City
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aemd la open council this 5th day
of Jue, 1909.
J. A. BT, President o0n-el1
t i ,OLD W. HILLS, Clerk
roJune 8th, 1909:
a. 8. ROWLBT, Mayor. (Seal.)
AN ORDINANCE FIXING
AMOUNT OF COMPENSA-
TION FOR TOWN CLERK
Be It ordained by the Town Council
tf San Mateo City, Florida, That the
omap9nation of the town clerk, who
Ss aroscio treasurer, tax assessor
and tax collector, shall be fifty dol-
lare ($50.00) per annum.
Poed In open council this 5th day
of Ane, 1909.
J. A. O(ROSpY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved June 8th, 1909:
J. S. ROWLEY, Mayor. (Seal.)
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
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
Passed in open. council this 5th day
of June, 1909.
J.q. CROSBY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved June 8th, 1909:
J. 8. ROWLY, Mayor. (Seal.)
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
FOR COLLECTION OP
TAXES FOR YEAR 1909
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-
sesament roll shall be furnished him
by the assessor.
Passed in open council this 5th of
J. A. CROSBY, President Council.
Attest: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved June 8th, 1909:
J. S. ROWLKY, Mayor. (Seal.)
AN ORDINANCE PRO-
VIDING FOR LEVY OF
TAX RATE FOR YEAR
1909 AND FIXING
RATE OF MILLAGE
Be It ordained by the Town Council
of San Mateo City, Fla., That the rate
of taxation for the year 1909, A. D.,
shall be Ten MiUa; and,
Be It further ordained. That the
teoa assessor be and hereby Is di-
rected to assess all real and personal
property within the limits of the town
of Ban Mateo at the rate of Ten Mills
on the Dollar.
Passed nla open council this 6th day
of June. 1909:
J. A. CROSBY, President Council.
Attet: HAROLD W. HILLS, Clerk.
Approved: June ath, 1901:
J S. ROWLYBT, Mayor. (Seal.)
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In brief, smoking Is not a were
matter of drugging the system, nor
even of acquiring a certain taste In
thbe mouth; the sense of sigbt enters
into it considerably and Imagination
anost of all How else, asks the Syra-
case Post-Standard, shall we account
for the fact that no smoker can tell
wlih his eyes shut nnd his hands tied
whether hbl cisar is allht or notT
509000 PECAN TREES
WrItuie la'for uai: of nmy JIUW bwsks
oil llV4 S. l ('ilnae*
11), sending me lifty ci w-4 I will
meud you iu box (of i (~I ifdiffeP
ent varietiesa. Your H iti ly,
C. A. YANCEY,
Advertise in THE ITEM
For the VERY BEST Results.
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S Abmout 0 at4 *&M* Ue U
1 eetAd Mand eltivated. HmeUes
e trms. beas eta.. wiri Ia
iOptOg 4d gpoL A bN1
m "adU n Ie r U ad "p i n
ba4 ta receeM dy n la&
Se tree, uloely siteu la center
of town. Cottage fralhedo. For rNt
'oz *...... .
No. 4. ,00 acres, river 8 sides, t.
Sae dd, c df, teace smUe. Would tsfn
SaS Iar battle ranch, bo'14dn't be
\=R t a2 miliftoa feet pine, 1 1-
flloeypresse, million ft& t ah.
mi, heckory, maple, wagula, et*to.
ond wKarf, 8.room house and farm
A o.t *0 A. Under fence. The pnce.
$.00 an acre. If you mean bualsate
sand see this.
Stock for sale in a stock company
that is growing oranges and grape
fruit. Started business five yeas
ago and from 2 per cent paid the let
year the stock paid 10 per ceat the
4th year. Shares are $100 each. Send
No. 16. Pineaprle lands la Dade
county, on railroad. 5 aore lot, $SO0
per acre. If you want plneapp)e land
or a pinery already la beartas, write
41. A pretty Ulttio grove with fnoe
location for house on river bank,
.About five hundred boxes fruit this
season. Wharf on the property and
new packing house.
48-acre tract, ode of the best In San
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
. 20 acres cleared, fences not In best of
shap., small house and al house.
No. 109. is6 m hote. Oae over
P$8.m.00 Io Id o. a ee Itad.
Pe" -tree% .9 S we opNe
Da BaRk. MIe batiom; sbled
Se sidewalk o on t. pOMN
$ 0.. A -mod opealp g r some
S..-UlS tby tahes
k s Se "Ise are esl
OLT.a a I&M" y teram. Photo,
No. -,,300e aere lanhd asitableo (
ame raun; soie of the Caest par
4d lead, mall tI sage tire, towing
Iell o pum water, trosUan S o i
5d viver with Florda ~At Coast
pilway ianalag through the property
De Yo" want da lamBmet la bearlq
mane groveT? No better investment
s Florida. Write for partlcalare *e
fMte of prota u peOses. et.
Buy your ticket to San Mateo; se
what we have to offer. It os& lees
than to go farther south and then come
Building lotsI a good location, $100
to $500; 1001200 feet to 5 acres in
We have properties running 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-
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
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-
peases for the winter. He refused to
MMMe A lw are giving greatest satisfaction to our
from c Nhundreds of customers in Florida.
They always grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety. -
In planting groves now, think the
future. THE SUCCIOSS OF TOO INW
VBSTMNT depeads on the trees you plant. MAKE NO MISTAE. but
ome to '
mjAt rre TMk Trees- guaranteed to arrive at destine.
ti i UU tion In good ordeal If they don't we
replace them. NO WHITE FLY.
ADDRE88 .._ -.
f You Want a Home In PIorda. Cwm to sm Mate.
S and o what We Ha"v to Offer. You Will
flake a flstaiM If You Doa't.
Real Estate Agency,
SAN MATBO, PLA.
BEACH MILLER LIE
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.
St .-I 6 "C]
Toomwet Thursdy and
M d.ay, Wedneedays and V*rday.
SAM j~dpsyIo VU.. :30mm lAme orosmt Wty TA".
sea*Glow 0C0"esprhwg.1o:hm n lenoa" Nowte... :gm
0..00 :0-ft OvO m fpihp. 1s*
8. W. AMILLE. Ga.Ngr GrossswGT
LA L 'Mk l
Impmlw e y~OW W primeweso
AnuM 9A MuP AND i'M"O
0. W. CONNER, Prop.
COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPENS OCTOBER tImrS, NTg0.
HNALTHY, high pine woods coun try. Convnilent for side trip to I.
Augustine and all Maet Coast points. QOlaklaeibS and St. Johans l
steamers can stop at the wharf. GOO HUNTrUI and fashain; guldes sa
dog can be had on short notice.
R use Is situated In 1-acre UOr ge grove, one block from depot, 4
mile from River. 400 acres Orange O ovee at San Mateo.
MteS: $800 to $12.00 per week; A.0V peW day. For reservaUeMe
DR. J. E. COCHL ANE, Manager
VALATIg, N. Y.
AFTER OCTOBER IO. 4N MATEO, PLORIDA.
&Pu4 i RN4I a
*1 *- -4
To gain a place on our toolat '
a formula must not oddly Vzd> '
suits, but results with a PROW-.-te
user of fertilizer consideMi tli .* e
on his pocket-book the RlA r
IDBAL ERTILIaMR prduNer the -
right efect, for It works .with NatROA.
The preference of each class of te-
ctation for its source of plant food Is
carefully studied as well as the prop.
er proportions to give perfect bal*
ance-no lack, no waste.
With proper application of proper
food, vegetation outgrows disemoes
and Insects to a great extent, and be-
ing strong and vigorous, produces
fruit that is pleasing to the eye and
palate and brings financial returns
pleasing to the grower.
Do not lose the maximum profit
due you by using poorly balanced
plant food from improper sources.
IDEAL btands for ROFIT.
Wilso .& Toomer Fertliizer Compamy
p~ay tr th
T 'fit Th
;*V4 elowproves the curative O
p*J~omfeale rmedydWiO f(arduL
in my head, shoulder%
dizziness, chils, ner
ind other female troubles.
e doctors did not help me.
with the first bottle ob-
a cured. But for Cardul
"r Try Cardui.
ARE THB VERY BEST lMADE FOR
Citrus Fruits and All Crops
T=T AM AS GOOD AB THE BUST MATTRIATp AND MOST APPROVE
D MTae OWr OoAMUNACTU CAN MAXU2 TMX. WRZTM O10
om sooaiWroI AnMD IAON s L.
4804" ma welo w 00
AID A" ?AMf
*L AND RETAIL DRUGOISTS.
T~hmas 6emdIJsPower%, forGCatte, Horses and Shoop.
As all KssU ivin eIor tle SP **W hamesl nd. gives t&
a be wue a. and golau cc osft li is lawliblo Caro for"I
~ Is amw ww 4is .10 ssssawl7 fto@Wmmos for bog eboismI
THREE& ILSQANT TRAIP
MODERN PULLM AN If*
TIVW. S t. Augustinas nd Jack smovillle
aoonk, ~e4"ns Cars,, State Room san
phia, Now York.
). Solid Pullman Vestibulet
to New York via Ricbimond
arts service), Double Drawing
d Observation Car. Leave St,.
Ue 11:85 p. 6. Wlly, Including V
*rvaUons, call on any Agent,
,d. or write:
ral Passenger Agent,
THlE 5OMMEReHAIRT ORANGE CLIPPER
IbeIs Mael. aft' 6' do fim b hel by Mr. W. a. w
NowtUosotaftAMsaltes e "southdaof a Orstdwuscl p.,,
al. mfSe MeA 44eA "d i owded U4tops mprvem eippecw mg.m
V"n MWs this eoppffyou6 VIImw s o o~le. Yb.bestits the
4M. rd"es w I" P.MmOak "A "N Walpes Wpfer oen $12.000 "
.1 "MA& a "mm MLA& Afta fft- a
46 00 PAM=ur 5muslUc PUwU
der the quality
Sme~~se~ Ulsbssi hM no"aofet he
"a wish wowami flolshed nahtural
.iOdsr W WW*&The.**o we ,best igrade
*shIftm em awno"s .meeeewpith..
Si &V ooms %vm*@" i .1of 0owtft vw poop#. or
6006 OW. id *my evomot b.rwW weswtheu Why r
p""" Oss wftmhes femitow" ewoe.theum It s .pesible
sowsaume r*smm a
4, ,* ~
DK S J
Ode rk- AftffU
mxs oP SUOR IP~hdtUO
Wsn~brC~~lbet rwr meIu (k
doaa mtm wi hseWWS"
%IRi or wil sats h
the advertisement tt S Th len
Ofbt I bMW ~mm
brma' wt ~L y thf"Wsem
sWbtet Ithe "estefts ieU
man VIts rs" aftdo A'
mwgr it tbw rlw $at* d mAq
as vwlol! t on Th ~e oft L
UM. Tbb u tue lrfUtblo ma
~ P1but It bL~o 0% us a
PENSIONERS TO AITL
New Law Require That
Papers Must Be Filed.
PENSION R011TO BE REVISE
Veterms Who Have Mee Thea WO000
Worth of Property Need Not
Tallahassee, Fla.-Under the new
pension law an entirely new roll is
to be made up and all veterans who
wish to apply for pensions, whether
they are now on the roll or not. Will
have to make out new papers. Those
veterans who are possessed of $5,000
worth of this world's goods or who
were only members of the home
guards and not In active service, need
not make application at all, for their
cawes will not be considered. The
rules to be observed in making appli-
cations read as follows:
All blanks on prescribed forms must
be correctly filled out, applicant's
name must be signed in full and the
signature attested by two witnesses.
Widows must sign their own Chris-
tian names, and not the names of
All applications must be submitted
to the county commissioners of the,
county In which the applicant reside
before killing in the pension depart.
Applicants will save needless trou-
ble and delay by complying carefully
with the above instructions, as all
claims not properly filled out will be4
returned for correction.
All persons will be required to make
S a renewal of application, but further
proof of service will not be required
of former pensioners of this state It
the former claim is in compliance
with the provisions of the act of IM0.
ly upon receipt in the pension depar
meat, and will be considered as
promptly as possible, and applicants
will be notified of the disposition of
their claims, and certilcates and
oers will be forwarded to all per-.
s allowed pensions under the aset
SUnder the at of lMS oany peraoa
B served In the ooatfederate stated
or navy, s t i the Arst real.
Bsu tae or hM
E l31p6d69 ghe g
^^^^^^^^^^^BH^ i^^^^^^^^ Ws^^^a^BBR ^-^w d- inw ^^^
Applehats ire eraestly requested
to comply ftLy with the above In
struactleo aid aot to tar Iab' "hs of
fere with uamanmmy emspmdence.
o0 tIhe wo of vvtl of the
pe t ro M be oompleted ln tim
to make the QO pr payment at t,
ep1 tk saabe ob-
t*fLHpK to rf
' IATI PARtOO tARD
PAGII ON. MANY APPLICATIONS
TaUahassee, Pla.-The state beard
of pardons met In the executive o-ees
the governor, secretary of state nd
commissioner of agriculture being
Conditional pardons were granted
Edward Alvares, Lem Davis and Ja
The applications for pardons of
Charles Riggs, Remington Smith, Wil
liam Adams. Fred Kimber, Willie
Pope, Gus Walker and Ike Wood were
passed over for future investigation
Pardons were denied White Young,
Washington Butler, Fred Z. Wester,
John Washington, William Bryant,
David Plair, Alex Anderson, Ralph
Daniels, John Stokes, Ben Moore and
It was ordered that conditional par-
dons be sarted Qullian White and
Bruce NotMan Jut prior to the
a solUctg ammmlitee two
been out to proesme a-ee4ptiqps tc
a fund to b md see. Thusee gete.
men secured two4hirds the amtm
the frat day they wee t. T
an Me@ f at a M -
ite"w iMb e to ae ed e* u
tuavely to the Wmeea High sab
*efolt, web at. preset eeples a
portion of a tee st"ly ld,4ag with
school No. 1. ThIs bulidlar towans
The close of the peat sese was
crowded that the board fomad it ia.
perative to erect a new belt
'o do so as doon am
to relieve the eogt
rhe aew building is to be o
two stories la heght ad ft
The contraetorw for tei ..
tion of a sea wal ar8o md WW
at a ot of ary
have contrawted l a
Omn to furnish the grafvt i
-W ork. The omtractcr*
obtaIed gravel o a
bout the extra cost t
a seek e tfor the
S About 15,000 tons are to
SWith the exterminatloa of the
h, Thib has beea the blood am
many an orange grower's pok
the excellent rainy season, wt
practlcaly only comenced, the
of oranges In the wet east
t will be about one hundred.thou
sapd boxes the coming season. Plir.
Jsg the sales at $1 per box, the mon
7y brought to this neighborhood It
not hard to find.
A corps of engineers, it is rumor.
3d. are routing a line from Jackson
e to Middleburg, and if true, when
hed, will give the Middleburg see
of the country much needed
transportation facilities, and one
Ihich will cause this part of Florida
to "bloom like a rose" as some of
very best lands in Florlad can be
found along Beach creek, and all that
needed to rival or exceed any otheo
t of the state for farming, fruit
wing or trucking, celery, onions
e potatoes, sugar cane, sweet po
toe culture, is quick transportation
r the products grown.
The new Sanford and Evergladev
Road has been built to Cameror
ty, recently founded on the shore
Lake Jessup. This will give the
ad about seven miles of track reads
operating before the fall crop.
Prom reports it seems likely that
ioda will have the best cotton crol
in the south this year, it the
ty rains now prevailing do not
mage it. Florida will also raise
e darkest crop of corn In Its his
y. Our farmers, since they haw
rned how to raise some fifty bush'
s to the acre Instead of the fifteen
bich used to be the average, have
It encouraged to go more extensive
Into the culture of that cereal.
There has been a great fatality
ong the horses In St. Lucie county
ong'the Indian river. Some veter.
rians diagnose the disease as
something akin to cerebro-spinal men.
Ingitis, others attribute It to stomach
staggers, or liver trouble; but all
agree that it is caused by poor, mus
ty feed. A considerable quantity of
e grain brought from some northern
point, or points, is said to be In bad
Illinois levies an inheritance tax
and the Nelson Morris estate recent
ly paid Into the treasury of that state
the amount of $16,B19.62 on that ao
count. Florida has no great fortune
as yet. but the day may come when
an inheritance tax will be a very
convenient thing to have.
-The key's lime crop will not begin
to move in any great proportion for
several weeks yet, it is reported.
b small qusatities are being
pped. The crop IV late, but about
average Ina sie and quality, it
adld. Dealers a I.aeft drinks and
scS of sods water stands are ato
ted Ia this tem.
A writeup of Mayo, county semg
ILafayette, one of the most t rp.e
oasutia at M*dlo r4d
recatly the WaL m
In Wll ta *beBAtt
m umrida* that o Jur
ne-w k has Bu*@. at cro
2 ap tH
iauoAa,. t h*her, are
ndloesttoa that the rural
u well as the town boys
In automobiles in Orange count
getting their eyes open to the I
ance of good roads. The county
missioners met, and were swal
with petitions for new road, I
roads, clay roads, marl roads
avery other kind except poor
There were thirteen formal
presented in person by citis
he way from Sanford to Sun
Thirteen being an unlucky na
he commissioners granted a feo
,he more important ones, and
lance were laid oft the table.
Another Important work by
board was to appoint the reA
meeting In August as the. time
tit and equalize the taxes.
The report from the state eq
troller- n regard to general taxes
as follows: General revenue,
general sOhool, 1 Iam; ea
rmIs; *ate bord o el a, 14\f
--tetoL f-liA...i--& + ,;. -.
LUoSU OOPANI- S
SCRIBE FOR STOCK OF A
Pensae6la, Pl.-A subs.rlptlo.
125,000 to the Atock of the p
Pensacola and Andaluaia Railroad
')oen made by the Yellow Pin Luat
ber Company of Moultrle, a&.,
holds large tracts of tUmber
through which the road will pass.
Another big lumber oompanywhl
)Wns much land east of hers.
ignifled its Intentions of tak
similarr amount of stock and with
but little of the $260,000 to be
will be left tfor PenAuool cieml.
ROAD PROPOSED PROM
GOTHAM TO P.LORII
Jacksonville, Pa.-The New Y
to soraMa highway project, whe
It Is Intended to connect New York
lty with Jacksonville,' by a magall-
oent turapike, is attrttag coaMder.
able attention throughout the south
Zad eat The original lateation of
the projected road tro Wahlinton
to A tlants, s to t0oo et Gotham with
the nattoqal capital theace to Jack-
Tbs moat favred route proposed by
a eat a eathelets, tou the
"aPtals at rgthe Ca Osaia
GSrgla" aus ega s Wasiatoe
~~f~j !.Y '
fc* ' ,:*
lM AND GARDEN
ftlist, saa ComaWnlUy do not
advise tihe ee of tie aw mawterils.
The ost of the apptlietoa reconom
mended method be less than 10 dol*
lars per acre. An increase of .0
bushels will more then ropty the eost,
while several times 20 bu-dhels In
'rensp, Avn reuomlably be expected.-
Ou)3 iFACTS ABOUT HORSES. begin on a small scale and grow up T PARATOR.
A hboertua of lW experience with th bus:ncss: enlarge as experl- THE ARM SEPARATOR.
vet these Important facts about neeand capability justify. The thousands of small cream aep-
varlos klada of horses which It Is It you are rising chickens on artors that are being manufactured
Well to study, say the Farmers' HoMo town lot and do not have any green every year are making a great differ
H subattuta can be supplied In once In da31ry farming. The tact that
Abotal. He says r cent. of the weightfooda sustitutp n be supplied In the ekim milk possesses valuable
Abof t a rty n ear oent. ousthe.wegh alfalfa meal. ThLs feed has a very feeding qualities Is being realized
Sa ordinary horse is muscle. A large per cent. of protein and can m feed as qulities s being realized
amel.s concerned with locomotion ie mixed with wh at bran. middlings, more as the seprator is better un.
e attaw.ed to bones, anl when they meat meal and )ut pr cent. corn derstood. The management of mlck
M0utract they cause the bone to which meal, which will nake a first-cl.iss unler the spniratcr plan is quit- difle
they a4r, fastened to move. The low- dry mnsh. forent and It takl s one Fome little
er part ci a horse's legs ara nearly Oats and bran as a p-rt of th, timeo get the hang of It.
all bones, but the mUscles In the ally ration for the Inylin; in wi A all, clean. Separate diry In
body and upper" part of the limbs are go a lng way toward, keeping hervr which to put the septarator is a very
attart-d to various parts of the bony "' a becoming too fat and, connef- vliahle and almost necessary accom-
comstructlon by tendons, and can quentlv, mere -halthv and vklorouns.I mnlnnt to the changed conditions
tht produce a motion of the parts I y ng b ens ned an'mal food now It requires good Tranagnment to sup-
ocated some distance away. as they are right In th- hoavlest lanv- ply suffhlent young sto-k to use up
The amount of motion produced by ing season and green cut bone or bet., thn skim milk. It also rt-ulires skill
the action of the muscles of say one scraps should be furaJls'eJ. The s in feeding and l knowle,lg, of the
of the 'horse's hind legs, will depend will not only increase the egg ylild necessity ef keeping the feeding uten-
Upon the length of the muscles and but the fertility a, wi 11. sihs clean. The value of skim milk
the legth and the relation of the A dairyman of largK experience for young stock is considerable if
tones to which they are attache., says that he has ciroifully noted tho given to the right kind of animals
The comnmnest iida among students value olf skim milk for pig and calf in tho right way.
of this subject Is exprrsei In th'pe fading, and th, man:ire of vach co\v The farn w hto mnanufact'-res blil.
words: "Long muscles f;r speed, nearly ls the t ofr f,..Tin : ti'r an I fe."s sl, im milk Ulr '-t fro:n
ahort muscles ifor power." A long cow pc'r year. This I :v,,s th i but. t'(e s,'Mfparatr to calv(Is ndl plgs. i
muscle enables a hor-e to Pet over ter, or cream produ t n.rly a cleir '.linit off vt'ry little soil fertility
the ground quickly. A Fhort nit- itemn or profit. I's farin must irp,'-siarilv improve ,
cle, however, is not powerful, because' Noboly can .-11 ,i ltst how to doo "v
constructed cn that plan the muscles if: but I can te!l just how I fisiure I.
are thicker, contain more fibers, a!l Thtr;v. ar, all right. t wht has FARM LAC(KSMITIIING.
of whichted, xe, p uling together when con. n ( out of th,- s I1 in practice:'! Geit avise itn: a set of taps and
trcted, exert a much graer pulling ~ork Is worth me (lh i ,ro to us.--. dis for on,-qia'rtr. five sxteenthi .
oe Itanis because, mofr thierhn S. St tson, Pn,,,siot Cot unty. Mo. three.mighths, seven:-sixteenths anl
cl hoisbeau toe draof heavy ltoati. Poultry need( a!r andl exercise to one-half-inv'h hlt-'. Tho s:z.e wil!
buyelln horses to draw heavy leoa1is, make them prod: a(- ffr-rtile eggs anl cov r ainiot everything ( conmmnon
e look for while n large antei heavy must a vigorous chlkns thit will liv( attr th farm. You can buy blank nuts
tl, while in roadsters we must at- thlv arel hat':h(d. One of the bet an yc-t can cuit he rad the length
aoh importance to thc length of thles.* s acc'onmp'lshing this is to you want with an ordinary cold chis.l.
The most of a hyors's mus-le Is !n rive them a shed open to thpe silth, Yiu can puit a nut on e(ah end o"
the hind quarters. This may be :s where they can scratch on th- litt!,, th holt. This answers just as well
sunrise to you ers. This Marshally of n the ground for th lr gra!n, andr as to have a heai on one end an.1
the Ohlo Agricultural College, re- have the full benefit of the sunshine i nut on th" oth r. A great m::nv
teOhioo thyand air In plesat wathr..
cently, but the next time you have nd ar n plest father. mers try to ke., bolts of different
an opportunity to set a horse pull- O Tps, bt .it 1ods mu)-1 t.tr to ou.
lag a very heavy load stuly him care-. -'I'TrT'LIZATION PO0 POTATOES. thi roun'l rods und nia':o< your boirl
fully. You will be Impressed with The potato cro) is one that 1I, iaos.t as y)-o want tLemi -Epitonmist.
the Idea that most of the work is cases will vie'ld a very profitable in- "--
being done with the hind legs. Whr'n cre:w.se from Ifertilization. In New ROI0}1i SOI,.
the hind foot Is moved forward the .T r"ey, potato growers often ut- nas Neither 4<. e nor f'-rti!izers n:'
toe rests on the ground anl the lc u tih as one ton per a re of a high worth imuih In coar'e, rough soil.
Is bent at the hock joint; if the to- grade fo itilizu r. Intelligent fuarn r'.1 Tli '- fnll r th* K<'i1 tho strongOer wi;I
does not slip, and the h'r.e; is stron-.' now know that there is no my .terv in bo the young plants andl th soon,'i
enough for his loal, the muscle's the use of fertilizt.rs. Fertili /.<, will they iraturP, an I f-rtil7zers w '
above, pulMng on the tend-n fastened l:nsply add to the stock of n it,.'.r 'te far more effective. Fertilizer i.-
to the -back and upper p'int ce, tho sa.iry plant food in the so!!, aid the' ,' Plant frod, the same as I.rtad,l moit
hook, w4ll close th", joint, or, in oth- -ilnt foo1ih will remain ui'i' u' I al.nd dairy prod-ucts are food for man,
or words, straighten the le- and ecu;, l;% thei crop. IIflnc' the propositi in or that corn an I h:iv a're feod 'or
the body to move forward. It Is by i; b'i '.d down to: Will it pay? Th an;nimals. For :iny f, v tillizer to Le
the performance of this act at eve;'y answerr is most t mpha:ically, yes. <'t. i'l,'t(." it sliho1'lt be I :ad t up ,of
step that the horse maves, although, 'Tlit' PturdIlIi, F x!e>''ii iftlnt Stat ion i itioEttn, il' ,lsh and 0iho-phoric ao ad
of oouwse, the strain on all the part i l i:s, in the la:-t thire'e years, coneiu'ct m ;n l :l.wi,' '. I rop',rly b'lianeed. NI'.
I much greater when pulling very ('d a nutmiber of exi)''r:n',nts within f' r :- <-n can lbe daI!%n into tl,,' ground
hard. This will show the necessity tilizeirs on pot:ito-s. Th" 'followin:g from tlihe air by nitroi.rnlus plants,
of having large, broad, straight joint' r (comi'tndat ions are t ide for (clay itiid perhaps the s'lil contains all the
and legs, that give the horse the and loam rolls: Plow under a sod, potash nttIwdeld. If so, why wast,
NAt sure footing. You have prob- If possible; ue 100 pound sulphat" umonyv in huyiing ;mor,'? Sttidy your
ably also noticed when driving that of potash pe'r iero, har;owed into tihe soil and find out what it n'eeda.-Ei-i-
masy horses put their bind foot on soil well before planting. One half tunl-t.
the foound In front of the mark left of the fertilizer wouldd probably h),
by the fore foot, and the faster thy appllikd along the rows, being ca:.'- JOHIN'NVAKIS FOR ('ClICKS..
go the greater will be the distance ful not to get it in direct contact \' he
and hind feet. This shows that the I't.et in 'love' 'r r.-'ently, anil addition ten pr:icth'od. but whien so many
length of a stcp is determined by th., to tlhi abuve liiixtu 1"'' of *' I)OtlindX of chicks are k'pt that thet baking of
S hind quarters; It also explains the ntr;;t, of d.la ie'r acre will be founil nkes b'comins burd'nsoiuie, nrash is
need of large, strong hooks and Iei of value. On muck artnl blhc'ik sa:tnd, pri'tferabl'. Al a little i:lat to Soulr
that are not so crooked as to see'n i nly 300 o tlids of a'i.l phosplhate milk and Rtir in corn iieoal to mak"i
weak or so stamght as to lessen the and no nitrate of soda should b.' a stiff *batto r. Th' addition of f
derful arrangement cif the parts. creased to 200 ImuiuJa per acre. t'ake slowly until well cook,,I
-- Not only Is the potato crop incr.'a- through. Ma1ks tihe cake thick so ts
FARM NOTEB. e by these fertilizers, butt the su" I,'odu'e the lpr.p'rtion of crust. Other
Put a few drops of tincture of iron co'eding crops are benefited Such an cakes may bo made at follows: One
il the driaknlg water twice a week application on the clay soil of Hlenry pint of c('rn meal, one-half pint bran,
It Is -an eoelleant apuing tonic for county y gave 160 bushels pe'r acre, 1' teasp)oonlul moat meal, 1 raw egg,
e towIs. while the unfertilized plot along side 1 teaspoonful sodi. adl water to make
your ,yads are without grass, gave only 8) bushels per acre. On stiff batter, and 'ake two hours. Or:
I -retlseked ime scattered about the muck land in Starke County the fer. Ten parts corn meal, 8 parts wheat
htsyes sad ~erds frequently will tilized plat made 190 bushels per acre, middUngs, 1 part meal by measure:
l oiw tit Aualteeted and puriflel. and the unfertilized pl!at C bus hels mix with water or swim milk, ani'
f oar IS la the poultry business per acre. bake.-Farmers' Home Journal.
11M 6.6 m or woman Isa very Farmers ota get these raw fertilize
. I elal tiW and try materials of almoot all fertilizer The number of autormobiles retis-
i OWL *'T b5t way Is to companies. It they ainst on it; of termed In London it nearly 85,000.
l S ,1
mwith' o if II i t ri t '( 140it'4 .1! %% r'*ic I t-; hio
(t.ely 111leaul of it. hi New York
vi v 21;. hl1:rriit.A
TVie' ri-c1.-t taiton service cot the
Iyne'd hStaf-t ghaa uulrt~ady eornwitted
Ptowt to iurrigation projutx'I which viii
evolve a total cwet of $O).OOO.O@@.
. I 'h I, .
ft ~ Ott,' #
One V. 0.9 reci~dftes slden s
regniar amfy omit; branche. LWyo~
0.; W~waukee, Wis.; Tofus, hlo.;.
Hapton. Va.; Leavenwcrtb, Kam.;
Banta Mon ic, Cal.; Marion, md4.:
Danville, 1l1. State homes for dis-
abled volunteer soldifvs: California,
1rotint villo: ("ilora&', Monte Vista;
Connecticut, 'Noroton lielglits: Idaho.
Boise; l11lnols, Quincy, Indiana, IA!-
ayette; Iowa, Marshallt'own; Kanvas,,
Ft. Dodge; Wassachusctts. Chelsea:
Michigan. Grand llnplds; Mfnnciota.
Uinnehaha; MIissouri, St. James:
Montana, Columbuis Fall-'; Netmiraka,
Grand Wand; Nebraska, Milford;
New Hampshire, Tilton; Nvw Jersey.
Kearny; New Jersey, Vtineland; XNw
York, With; New York, oxrnrd: North
f)ak.,,4,, Lisbon; Ohio, S.indusky; Ore-
gon, Roxcbitrg; Pentu~ylvtanhin, ',rle;
llheie Istind. Iirktol; South Dako-
ta. Hat Springs; Vermont. flenuing.
ton; Wtaliington. sorting: WVisconsin,
Watipara; Wymining. Cheyenne.-ft.
How She Know.
"I (10 thinh,' exclainiP4 Mrs. Tol.
Is the most :iggravatinwly inquIsItive
wl)nall, If I must say so, I ever
kne'w. \Vhy. I never piami her on the
street-t ut What shei-Invariably turns
her h(-a(I auwI t-tivPs hnck at mo to
StI'' WVI ~t I'VP' grt, )It111 II I hw it sCtq
*ituw c-- I hat 1,,,1Iwas ".on*'r-
lu1g, 111\1ar how yoil toutlild out Ithit
the niean Ifh TngIi oked back. -)mne
ofle tpl i io ?' i io-uquh'd Mr. T'ulker.
Atid ris ol ki-r s! ra iplit way ttirne
ed the st rei i 4(if 1h4-1-i iili,4uatlon,
seet~li ng hot. Er' imi Mrs~. ( adabou~t to
he~r ''itsil ntiatin g wre ttc(if "ta h us.
Iianldj 114Shie ton dlY t. .' nile: biun, nrii
aft er thi lt-IIr..; t jpYI't(vhIl1(' outburs-t
F~te.iq i ly rvfu s''d to slp ik to thle fo r.
tu tnat jo 'in f-rthj ie res o (f t ,ieevee
n-ng.New 'urk 'Iiim's.-
How to Learn.
Fh'' bist w. Vto s5m i w 1t1 lise'Is to
go right, to It."'
"Oil, I Wo'.w i it I 4111(1' 41 li'1Ose(l
to dotilit the IT1111l1s".', "f thit-anlt, of
Which ,41) iii-wi(l i.,41" ii'
"I did. 1 l11.r1 .1'1 1 cWilli1a
li~iigit. i :i'I l rhim ':l ii u til he
gave Im- a hro~t: tiiI'
ant~ l.; fit Id\i( lvI Wt, 11? i' O l
iflV.I) 114 lifi~t 4lailt Wci il ltor.' uonl
1`11,t a'hlI. llg 411(' ar41fe lisvmll itit they
II%,'ole h it' f"iv, nuait umll. By them
tho I dig l fta 141 wIhais ot whappein-
Ca In.- ;ih4,eii''ti.'m 'wa ork IiA ulo.
Ki ',t ng s Menerk' Clv andtion.yin
d' ..U U- t 7 !1h' I
0b seaase l a w ot. -h 1 a-
ON el 0" ft ta e be of "eahok Wat affected at the OI
q ae vers. fasi e *, Th* to whwe loodm. I ofyoU;d, "a-i-. i- '- LA"
3o nrk year Wrow io th a er of cam found ,m .- I m id-4
A, iby Ms oo l bt ms Ie e< tf mthe *mription and priae.
^ft in *O ainmBn Seed I| Do at 4t 00 "t IPF YOU WANT oL w 4. mile,
pantp des CthrM o that th gittotte arny 1 pan pe mal S*
o l. e a nd Nove ar *t of as bu m
patmse aI a. t. mt autt4eM tIY n tgteig are tabpeurloes mNal
the indvdual or for tte small r heor Inther tion re sm 'dtn vathe-
ft extN Peonwtt oo a.kInani Ha dW, Is loc -lty
"A a c awi to wa Butler.. t ent o the tat tle. 10000 000tir
a Quiaote I ncidnt a ly life of arouse t t ates, shown c 4,by tests conT- e Seng RSTe. *N
the late of Roseby Ais r"e toe pouteda by the officials in those p a WS E MAK KELL
"ood rsw ateo t re oeber y of of th U .frt belag tor tetmt rd EUR U Attorney At Lw,
O r s Pars, aty d In cu d Csidethable country atlrge at PA PAKA, FLA.I
tlug a cal one dI he wa receIived ee iar len of the owstn 4d
psned to his I on the ofteo of s et's t o against the ofmilk of tube District W. H. CYRU i,
conduct. But e had bna tnongoom-r t authotws apI an foodbashad putheeik p K
M issoned ofinter In prenoh btiv feet of causing many herds burowa ex- PhysoiBan and uw
andr thas ch he didual or for the small rather Intfortntion rerints the NTI
e.n tet of tsberclol In the locality. I
y to a ue. The ear accepted Rctions took place la about 17to PALATKA, LORIAA
uel it tepercente of tuaborearlosis in CUftlLLS RU L Rei 3 a 4.Kr R
0^H^ A Quisote Incident la the life of various States, shown by tests con. -_p L R
the late wearl of Roseby is recalled ou ted by the o al In those ALATKA FLA HA
br by the interestt roused b h 0*ta.e with bureau tubers Ind,-
es-- on's (Lord Dalmeny) Arriage. BlX Sates that fro .79 to 19.9 per cent. rt Law
ty yesar g o the Lord Rosebery of oft the ,o ad It l e. tM. EUROPEAN Art ^At L ,
s, t time was In Parvant, thusad n ay t u e coPnetry at large at AKA LA.
Sn a call one oday he oir received Ao e t of th e o w s t n daeOOM ryA KA.
so rudely by the butler that he e m.l an ,ne tubercsot of he sreoent a- h
annuity of $1,250 on the man on con- just been put Into operaTion r y a ,, Frt St Paiatka Nat Bank 31dm.
planned to he dis d n ot re the edomt's tc on aaltur in the milk of tA beColoLus D. W. N. CY-Uts
conduct. But he ad been a noatb cowslly asmot on food has had the ef- COX,
7 tnilioned ofloer In the Preach army, t o cat eof many herds to be ex- Physiclan and Sureock
anred as on ch he hallened Lord Rose. mined, with astonlshingt results noto
bory to a dule. The earl accepted and only to the owners but to the ofilm PALATKAt PLA.w
two shots were exchan of ed without irane and the Unitd
result. But Lord Raerny w S a t MeRRDAY WAlON,
ered at hin own condescension and THE WAY OF ADVERTIGING. MER---- & WAL I
afraid his antaovernt might lay asi Thde e- ervicae sCOUNOELLORS AND ATtORNaYy w t
Swhih military rank and resume his du Manufaurer et Out Moving Pic. FU mIured, AT LAW,
ties as a servant, thus expoustn a tur aplaylet w pro- al N S NOTES. U a
earl to the reproach of having A novel method of presagag argn. s.* WnK ^VW8 PALATKAt FLA.s
ll giloisht with a butler. e e settled a nts a fvr of hi proda force that Attorsy-atLw.
annuity of $1,250 on the man on con- just been put into operation by a Front S Palatka Nat. Bank widg
dition he did not return to domestic manufacturer in the middle West A *****- ***
service. The ond. Ion was kept bfathe ll m the motion picture act ha been devised st cousins can ar n New x
oberevnowned on both de rw-Londo with all the care that isYork. Oe to uch HOT AN- OD p
C tcle. perfornances by the beat of the lm Attorney At Law,
Swho bame ha on of gln Boh th roe sand the United unbalanced by overstudy, killed
Napier Tave Stateerself.. Ofie In Court Houe, PalOIA
S11 on the retirement of Tom rbb. werThe services out to the company's rp- Lady ranard, an American is to
SSpterirng(wh has jurt been vated by fWire, n tm an 0 cite who honoredbyapot n QueenlE. Alex--"-
r at the Castle frmos 1i turn lt them tr taitous andr's household. % It
Until his dmth there in 1851, and u to the propetors of the motio p iou- Missn can mrr ln New A tornya aw.
ing hs tenure it was the r sed ture theatres, who were lad of the y w sentenced to second term in ALat FU TALLOW plt WAX.
renowned Tom Belcher afterwart oprmnit .to somanyve the money usa. Elean for suFreetate, of Long Ivand M
e p easol o the h e fe t nThor rentals of such ma don. M THE A Obalanced by oveV Otudy, killed
sometimewh s b liaterally-and future r 0ln Ths -the- t need of/ e c' Nineteen suffragettes were sen-
ihiweetive sel lon the company'sd tenc to terms of thin weeks or a Sabel a S n j.
Springs (whoe re l na roome wak Wina product sem sed ande honored by a pont in Queen Alex- jal. orn r
1 untl. hsd death there Est 18a1,b. adb lsh SIl Mts Grace Johnnon. of Bufalo. N..vUli l
t t bas hbecome claslc through the wed to the public who paid for the Mr. and Mrs. Roger N. Burabham, 18KHlL, UIA KY .1Y
quent reproduction of the soase privilege of hearing it. Mime are now of Bostona made a thrilling balloon over hal a tU l V 1"
at boxing benefits. Until recently the belng made that will simulate a fly. us9nnaon on their wedding nights WE R5 DnmAJSSm IN 311 pt
p eSr" oulgd be Identfled br y the s shino trip from New Tork to rosaing Massachusetts.. *
"Pe"" cmold -te irdentIid by tiher th beotory, with motion views of the Judge Dowling, of New York Otty, i AN
maark tIn the floor cidiestlng wher t w t m grantedof Mrs. Howard Gould a decree A baJ t L IP
the rilg posts were placed.-Lo-doa v r ~ olflt e route tael from of separation with an allowance of Write for Wekly 0wie IM.
Saoe above and teol d g a trip through the $8*,000 for her maintenance. Write for wool bap aug asIp e
S ____factory departuena and show a Mrs A. A. Anderson of Greenawicb, yr wool.
SOur fLnio Snale one of the msobie mm"eab Conn., has given $6004 toward a pare- .
QOur ane guen. IM tsel a ly and awateriUuly Ish baldlya to be devoted to the so. .
I t a lot of lniuose we tlk, wkthot the a* oossas of hamana l& antd edatlmNal purposes of the MIS RATE L. LU ,
m Iwe tak sAy b tt I was baIde. deaft ha dsm
*A map aroes the luaeo At iUvt may Yvers on 10 a FLW
ls a sboue t a Cup The a e a ama e a b to wk m Charlotte MIRY
86otalsum that It was h meee, amert the New York W U at w York City, aked M LIIN IS FA W %
The am pero the W" he as to anyby foe d tI ertin hhu Naov ladre, er
a a m e _mP a**.rem" ,Uwde s s.-,
a** e v .1.0, &" ___. .W Sak- r- a .
as e. $ e w' ind to py fr
Among the virtuous disgrace is emS em f S U
*p ,z wshar etu les of t"id beepe life. *a-els.
go *Sdaft Wt^
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FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
LOCAL TIMB CARD No. 79.
Effective June 17, 1909
Mt.I o.9 N UNF o 7981 No. 8-
DAILY DAILY DUAILY I 82 fLY
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a5S Im 10 66 sm Lv. 14I.AuguJSiIso..Ar 4105 pan 7 (A am
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1009"Iu 836 an .V Vuitt.. ,vI To pm 12 '17amin tweets Jackse'zavile and NMiand.
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11.20 pm, 4 R Om 12 111 1111! 1 12 llc.IPi linait Buffet S1otapla b
11 10 put 507pm ix.v.. Melbourne.. I.v 01 r2 pItaI 1 013 urn tweets New Veark l istttKui~tght.
1 211 am 7 0 jpin Iv .- Ft. I'Iprcee... .%- L(1'2-) 5m'It A) Ism K~ey over A. C. 1 LI.ne o, imih i
$ 48 am 9 17pmlow4V.M.W. Paulm e~acb I.v 8 Wall'am8 4U ,.ss 3ack~sittrillIs 15 bid541 eIuu Irahas
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t~neadaui, Thursdays avid Satsar&ays. 'elpgartuarp% fruit; Key Wrpi.
tMumdavu, leduesd aye atiedFrif ayiy.sarrlakuza till SnlttCiiI a tI Invaina.
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ORAINGV O AOI8.
Pl 6 arge orange, removing
carefully all the white part. Divide
into sections and place in the oven
until thoroughly dry. Put Into an
enamel pea 1 pound of sugar, Juice of
half a lemon and 3-4 cup of water;
boil briskly for 6 minutes. The syrup
should be light amber color. Re-
move from the fire, dip sections of
orange In separately and spread on
a marble slab or on buttered plates.
One cupful of molasses, one table-
spoonful of butter, one tablespoonful
of boiling water, two and one-half
cupfuls of flour, one teaspoonful each
of ginger, cloves, cinnamon and soda
and half a saltspoonful of salt. Put
the melted butter into a bowl and
add molasses and spices. Dissolve
the soda In a little boiling water and
put It In next; beat in the flour. Bake
In shallow tins lined with but..red
paper for half an hour.-New York
BI,9CUITS FOR LUNCH BOXES.
8ift together a cup of flour, a
rounded teaspoon of baking powder
and a few grains of salt. Rub in :a
tablespoon of lard and a tablespoon
of sugar. Add about 1-2 cup of cold
milk and mix into paste about thel
same as for tea biscuits. Turn out
on floured board and roll about 1-4
inch thick. Cut out in rounds and"
lay on greased baking sheet, just s')
they will barely touch. Brush over
with milk and bake in quick oven 15
minutes. When cold are nice split
and spread with peanut butter, Jam,
minced ham or jelly.-Boston Post.
Wash one dozen oranges and three
lemons. Remove the rind In as thin
pieces as possible and cut into thin
strips; pare the white skin from the
oraAtges and lemons, but do not use#
It; now cut the oranges and lemons
Into thin slices; remove seeds aon
thick, white centre; put skins and
truit Into a jar with 5 pints of cold
water and allow it to stand 24 hours;
then put Into preserving kettle and
boll gently three hours. Add 10 cups
of sugar and boll 45 minutes. Pour
Into glasses; cool them, cover. This
makes 1 dozen glasses of marma-
MUTTON, OLIVI'S ANI) SPINAC(ll.
Take I ounces each of fat b( con
and calf's liver; pepper loth and f:ry
till cooked; mince the meat, poinl
It and press through a tsl.ve.; then
press Into a basin and stand aside.
(When possible, this should be done
the day before the dlsh is required.)
Next cut some slices from an undone
leg of mutton and form Into strips
2 Inches wide and about 3 Inchesm
long. Rub each piece with a cutt
onion on one side and spread with
the liver paste. Roll each piece up,
brush over with beaten egg, dip into
bread crumbs and fry in boilitng f:"
until a good golden color. If liked,
each roll may be secured in shaip"
with a sman wooden skewer. Have
ready a mound of dressed spinach,
set the olives In It and pour a good,
thick gravy round.-Boston Post.
Six eggs, one tomato or some
canned tomatoes, one small
onlon, 3 tablespoonfuls milk, 5
mushrooms, I sliees bacon, quarter
teaspoonful salt, a dash of black pep-
per; cut bacon Into small pieces and
fry until brown, then add tomatoes,
onion and mushrooms chopped fine;
stir and cook for 15 minutes. Break
qas Into a bowl and best vigorously.
adlg a litUte slt sad pepper. Put
*- t -i I1 better lAte a fryla
W aM fta e s u* ** wt gresmM
oor the eggs t Msd shake over a
aqlk Are until they set. Now por
toato mixture over omelette, fold
over once, slide on hot platter and
serve. Asparagus tips. green peas or
string beans can be used Instead of
mushrooms If desired. -Boston Post.
To cut warm bread or cake always
heat the knife blade.
In canning time remember to hold
a Jar under hot water before filling
with the hot syrup. If the jar la set
on a folded wet cloth while being
filled, it will be less apt to break.
A tablespoon of coal oil in a quart
If you want to keep coffee from
boiling over add a lump of butter
about the size of a small marble.
To prevent the contents of a juicy
pie running over twet the edges of
the lower crust with white of egg or
To mnix corn bread more easily
warm the bowl that It is mixed In.
Boiled potatoes should be served
as soon as they are cooked. To
make them drier drain off the water
quickly, shake them In a strong draft
of air and do not put back the lid of
Croutons for soup are most easily
nado by cutting stale bread about
half an inch thick, buttering it thick-
ly on both sides, cutting In half Inch
squares and -baking in the oven un-
After greasing pans for small cakes
Talcum was never intended as a
toilet article for whitening the fac*%
but It soothes a burned skin. If.
h jwever, talcum is added to fac<,
powder the irritation that often fol-
laws the application of face po(Awler
will not be noticed. It makes a pow-
To clean silverware, either sold
or plated, use a weak solution of am-
monia (twenty parts water to one of
ammonia) an I 8 fip Rub with a
brush and rinse In alcohol. This is
4for bright or polished finish. For
satin or frosted finish, use. the weak
solution of ammonia and baking so-
da. We.t the brush, rub on the soap.
then dip brush Into dry baking soda
and scrub the articles thoroughly.
Repeat if necessary. Do not uso
sodn on gray silver, It will make it
all the swaie color.
Sprinkle salt on the bottom of the
oven and your caken 'will not burn.
When boiling fish, always allow
water enough to cover It.
Serve apple sauco or fried( apples
with roast pork or pork chops.
Kerosene will remove grease from
sot howls and porcelain-lined sinks.
Win. stains on table linen should
be covered with salt, wet, and rinsedI
Instead of laboriously grating
chocolate for cooking purposes,
break It Into good-sized bits and stand
over IxjIlliing water until melted. Not
only Is fhmo saved, but the chocolate
is apt to le smoother.
It certainly surprises mnit to see the
office get along
I go away two weeks to stay, yet 111t-
ters don't go very wrong.
It certainly surprises ime to seo, tuje
omce lose a clerk
Of my estate and wondrous weight,
and yet keep up the current work.
You'd think the boss to fill the Iga
would hire two husky workers,
'At least esmploy a man und boy ro
do wny work will* I'nm away.
IHe doesn't do a blooumlng thing; a
foolish man as you'll agree.
Yet things wag on when I am gone;
it certal y surprtise me.sloe ll
depia Pui edger
~e~PI OOIV 01 WIII#C~
We have decided to continue our
iale 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-
Until August we will be located at the Old Loeb Store, frst 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.
I If you haven't 'been a customer ask someone who has purchased and
be convinced as to the bargains we ar giving.
In Men's Clothing.
We are offering suits of the latest fabrics and designs at from $8.60 to
$17.00. These are suits that wore originally worth from $18.50 to
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. Deuglas, together with the famous RiAdge,
Kalmbach & Logle Swamp and Log going Boots.
On these also we are making a bi g reduction.
Remember we Sell the Only Guaran-
teed Patent Leather Shoe Sold
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-
Iqg AT FACTORY PRICES.
Our Overalls are all UNION M ADE. We handle no other.
We have endeavored to do our p art thus far through our sale ad lan
return our friends have shown their appreciation by availing them*
seves of the opportunity we have offered. Now, we are continuing our
sasl for no other reason than "we want a new stock In a new store.
Our outomers dema d the best and It is our highest aim to see that
they Set It. Our nw store will be one of the beet equipped In this see.
ti at the state, ad we want to d ispomse of all our present stock be.
(Ore we eter (It; therefore, the aftoresad bargains. THM OPPORTUN.
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Jrn. ~X 9.MIhIMdt -
rnaef or the Viefe HeMO
FA uiopet sns sw
pwi~. SALAWace l~
Sam Matef Patia 05m W b 9sa
ated oa the st bak a ts o
Jehs Rive, n N fet abb" It
The highest point to ft t. e od
ahe L Johns river, wia s Balf
mtoe wide at tobM pe
tvo mumle from Paata .. eo1 t
et. (elty of 4000), a *see erom
St Augustine and about 6 miles
The termass of a branch of theo
rida Bat Coast Rtallway. The de-
pot being threenquarters of a i:e
from the river wharL
Advantages and Attreti lne.
Ban Mateo haas good shelled roa
and miles of hard sidewalks. Beauti.
ftl wateroaks Uae both sides oA
streets. and meet overhead Ina many
Two churches, public and private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order postoffice, three malls
daily, meat ,market, two genera
stores, who take orders and deliver
goods at your door, weekly paper.
The place is incorporated, but np
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
tPOUgter *'h state and county taxes
are aEout 20 mHls on about one-third
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tur
key, ducks and quail, blkck bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to tea 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 boost advantages San
Mateo enjoys is transportation; being
aB both river and rail is an advanUtge
that few Florida points enjoy. The
past season, for inFtancoe, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than congested and fruit ship-
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, in some oases,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
ea route to northern market., and
did not bring enough to pay freight,
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time, would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksoanillle
on the Clyde sbhp the next. This Ut-
tle matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
will do well to bear In mind trans.
portation and cheap rates that oome
with compettiton, in selecting a Flor-
The popuqetlot is about 50O, who
eame mos y from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progresalve and sociable. Have a boe
ter olass of homes than can be founMad
to any place In the south of Its uls I
The bulldings kept painted and
grounds an sood order.
Oa aoeount of its high altitude,
there is no healthier spot nla Plorida
ter all the year round or for the wlat
wer visitors. For those who come to
Florida on aocount of health, many
lad this higher altitude, dry sad
balmy air is better than the lower,
more harsh air found nla salt water
restlline "Bulshine" hb
*6J4 brnss cylnladers. Cau
be used as all-round pump.
Write for free circular. Ask
for information on any
pumping problem. We make
lium as for all uses.
CerZTLINx M IO. CO.,
Pumps, Sinks, HoOe.
Wfow aiiEade to M4e1 i
Mew ad liberal maasauement
KAIMIAD a VARNW,
Catering especially to the commer
elal trade. Central mad most desire
bly located for business. Rates $1 to
$2.60. Special by the week. Ij oom
sections The Graham Hotel-4.urope.
New catalog for the coming season
eaetains a good list of fruit, forest,
nut and ornamental trees la variety;
shrubs, roses, palms, ferns, etc. Sead
o s RAVES, Prepd,
Very Seriow |
i m medid eam hae a
wf e- I -v 7me |iM ,
s -swe p m 1.4 .
t be gOWNoi
MONCK & OWEN,
" apned V edaa- a ei a h.ow
te soll varies a great deal from
A ot e to ow am high
a within t mite. s that Uea6 Or
al mo or lops a be sm&
%I MaMM ofm be faoehe fraft
h~muifci e by FNormds at Coaag
"wSJ, or Demh and Miller nim
eM mi (see tine tables elsewhere
sin a e pep The olde's St. Johns
MtV sImu Maive here about 10
p. o do not advise this route.
ie &. a M. lue $S ; railroad
1aiue RIaMbow leaves Palatka
efT0 eftmerAoo Mt 1 Icasa line
st. 1:80 m., every day but
ls Kf ne from Palatka I p. &L
awflaj Thursday and aturdas.
d bthee trans dally on P. C.
y. 'Pate from Palatha seats
IS'IMATES FURNISHED ON
S, I cap sweet milk. I
m 144 tM of ground clann.
m0m. UK 4 stspoons of olive oil, 2
pfftff aepete s of baking powder.
p of bread flour. These douth-
*t ae .to be made up at night and
bWithe eSt morning. Oisolve th.i
8Wr ta the milk, add the eggs. well
bates. alo the cinnamon, salt and
Set. SUr In 1 cup of flour. In the-ee-
Of4 cup put the baking powder and
fto4 add the last 2 cups of flour, cover
-d4 put on lee. In the morning roll
out with as little floor as posslb!e.
Di7 ka-edlately. When they are still
Warm dust with powdered sugar.-
Cream 1-2 oup butter and add grad-
ally, while beating constantly, 1 cup
mart; then add 1 egg well beaten, 1-3
teaspoon soda mixed with 1-2 cup sour
3"1k, 1-4 teaspoon salt and enough
tur to make a soft dough. Toss
some of the mixture on a floured
board, roll and shape with a round
cutter first dipped In flour. On the
ntres of one-half the pieces put 1
teaspoonn currant jelly. Make three
OeInalgs In remaining halves, using 4
thlmble, and put pieces together.
Press edges slightly, place on a but-
tered sheet and bake in a rather hot
oven that jumbles may keep in shape.
A LUNCHEON DISH.
A favorite dish with a woman who
gets her own luncheon and prides her.
self on the ease with whkh she does
it 1Is the zwieback which comes In
boxes, with hot tomato sauce turned
Waer It. For the sauce the tomato
faster which comes canned is employ-
ed. It is thinned with hot water, sea-
soned with butter, salt and pepper and
thickened with flour. The zwieback
Is moistened with hot milk or hot
water. Another dish which the same
woman prepares for herself is hot
boiled rice served with tomato sauce
MOeaoned with curry. When she is In
an especial hurry she makes some
thin Swiss cheese sandwiches, spreads
them thin with French mustard and
eats them with her tea. Sometimes
she toasts the sandwiches over the gas
burner after they are spread.-Wash-
OLD 8OUTHESRN RECIPE.
Here is a recipe for the famous ap-
pie bread that was served with duck
0 the days before the civil war. Rub
through a pound of sifted and warmed
bread flour two-thirds of a cup of but-
ter and three heaping tablespoonfuls
sugar. Dissolve half a compressed
yaMt cake In a cup of milk tuat has
bee scalded and cooled to lukewarm.
Add to the flour and mix to a stiff
batter. Add again three eggs well
beaten and beat the batter till it
Misters. It needs be very stiff. Cov-
er and let rfse overnight in a warm
place. In the morning It should be
ewrly doubled in bulk.
Divide In two portions and roll out
In cakes about half an inch thick.
rwead ope with rather tart apple
Mauce, over with the other and let
isne together about half an hour, then
bak6 la a moderate over until well
SAs soon as taken from the oven
ited with more well cooked and
aaetened Apple sauce, dredge lightly
with sugar, sprinkle with autmeg or
anam ad set back in the oven
iMg enough for the sugar to melt.
lm h.t-Wahlmston Star.
) CUOC LATU PUDDING.
aimmma a eWart o ewpet milk and,
EA&a, put the re-
the Ire i e double
wMh u, iiteuplul ead
toa ID ft- talen and
^-M sw aJ -th le I
with hM thbleeueatls sugar sad
two taMshepootuls boiling water.
When aooth and glossy best Into the
hot puddlng. Cook about ten =t-
utes, then pour Into cups that have
been rinsed with cold water. At
serving time these little puddings that
have been chilled and stiffened must
be turned onto fiat dishes or Individual
saucers, and serve with whipped
cream sweetened and flavored with
Do not buy over-ornamented poto
for your plants; they should serve oyo
foils rather than attract too muoh iu
When buying coffee at a store state
whether you use a coffee pot or a per-
colator, as It makes a difference In
the way the coffee is ground.
In order to preserve the green of
spinach, peas or string beans when
cooking them, you must remember
never to cover the pot In which they
are boiled, as to cover them will sure-
ly fade the green color, which makes
vegetables that have it very attrac-
tive when cooked.
A very simple remedy for the pre-
vention of tomato catsup or chill
sauce from moulding is just before
sealing the bottle up if you will drop
on the top of the cats ip or ature two
or three whole clova, you '1 findB
that in this particular line your trou-
bles are over.
A tablespoonful of caramel added
to the pot of black coffee served after
dinner will add much to Its flavor.
Add a little glycerine when making
jam, and the sugar will not ferment
or crtystallize on the top of the pots.
To remove bad odors from a room,
burn piece o' dried orange peel )n
a hot shovel or old tin. The odor
will disappear, leaving a pleasant one
in its place.
A branch of the most ordinary tree
in your back yard will ornament the
centre of your dining room table fn
the absence of flowers, and sometimes
this easily-obtained foliage Is a pleas-
ant relief from the expensive blos-
soms which are more often seen.
Remove hot brown bread from cans
and with a common wrapping twine
cut the bread.
To give handkerchiefs a faint scent
of violets, add a small piece of orris-
root to the water they are boiled in.
An ordinary telegraph wire makes
a better line to hang clothes on to
dry than the hempen one generally
used. The wire docs not sag, rot or
break. It is easily made clean.
Every cook should clean all her
flues and remove all the soot at least
once a week if she wants her range
to "draw" properly. An oven will nov-
er heat, however -big a fire is put on,
if the stove is choked with soot.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A reputation at a quilting bee lasts
about as long as a celluloid gargoy!o
on satan's old homestead, sighs Life.
It Is the uncertainty of women,
muses the Chicago News, that makes
men go daffy about them.
Piety adopted because it pays, con-
fesses the Chicago Tribune, costs
more than it is worth.
For every person that acts like S
tonic on s, 1,000 act like a mustard
plaster, complains the New York
"Home is where the heart is," o
the poets sa But some declare, con-
tends the Kansas City Journal, that
home Is where the rrouch is on dis-
The man who woul4 rather be right
than be President. think the Phila.
eipMla Record, geserally h has i
The w1 about the ma
Ite the shicage Tribes. that the
eoWa dealer and the. lee dealer ball
not both be happy at the same time.
Says thle New Haven Register:
stead of going abm,' to change t
law or make new )as. what we ne
to do is to make the most of the la
which we have. Laws do not chan
people, but some times their strict j
It will be in the Interest of the peo.
ple, observes the Washington Star,
if the new law for the theatre In New'
York State is utilized sensibly and
carefully, not sensationally. If the
managers are In earnest In their pro-
claimed determination to improve the
morals of the stage there will be lit.
tie need to apply the statute. But
reliance cannot be placed In any or-
ganization representing the first class
theatres. They may seek to establish
a decent standard, and there will re-
main cores of places where the vil.
est exhibitions are given twice daily.
There is no need of accidents, no
occasion to make the Fourth of July
a day of mourning instead of Joy by
scenes of disorder and the bursting
of bombs In the hands of small boys.
No celebration at all. Insists the
Washington Star, is preferable to a
celebration similar to some we have
had in the past; but it is not neces-
sary to go so far. Let the people In-
sist that private celebrations be pro-
hibited and let them ask for a proper
public spectacle which everybody can
The person first to be honest with
is one's self, philosophizes the New
York World. Self deception is worse
for the character and for the happi-
ness than attempts to deceive others,
lor it Is the one kind of dishonesty
which grows *fastest on Itself and
always finds a willing ear and a yield-
ing will. The best way to enjoy life
is to take a little pleasure from many
things and to train one's mind to
pleasant and kindly thoughts. No one
is wholly bad, and no one is always
good. True appreciation of the char-
acter of others is the right ment-il
point of view.
A woman writer in the Souther
'Workman invests Indian music with a
strange fascination, albeit she does
manifest a hospitable credulity toward
very far flung conjectures. What she
* suggests is that the music of the ab-
original tribes of this continent is not
aboriginal, not of Asiatic origin, but
is a survival and an echo of the civil-
ization of "the sunken Atlantean con-
tinent." The Indian, she says, '"holds
within himself the records of a soul
civilization which it Is for us to carry
over and restore, thus perpetuating
the records of -past intellectual
achievements." These records are em-
bodied In Indian music, which is tho
best mode of expression for savage
man, and has been the best available
means of preserving the ancient story,
because it is essentially the language
of the soul.
A bright yellow sky at sunset
When the sky Is particularly full
of stars, expect rain.
Three foggy earnings are usuauf
followed by a heavy rainstorm.
A rainbow In the morning is a sign
of more rain coming, but one In the
evening Indicates fine weather.
A morning fog usually clears away
before noon; &io afternoon fog has
set in for the day.
A red sunrise Indicates rain, and
so does a gray, lowering sunset, ot
one where ime sky is green or yel*
The twelve days Immediately fol.
lonag Obristma are said to denote
the weather or the cooAin year, as
day fo each month.-Anawrm,
On as a-'"raa serbEldSAt @oI
A Wise Precaution.
A man entered a grocery store and
drew a slip of paper from bis pocket.
A clerk, with pencil and order pad,
stepped up in anticipation. The man
adjusted a pair of glasses on his
nose and looked over the list.
"Do you keel) Hol) Soap Powder?"
"BoIMp? No, sir; we have several
other soap powders, but no Bopo," an-
swered the clerk.
"IParadise ('roinmery Butter'.' In-
quired the man.
*:No. sir, we don't carry Paradise,"
Replied the clerk.
",Have you Silver Star linking Pow-
der?" he continued.
"Silver Star?" relpeated the grocer,
helplessly. ".No, sir. we have 'most
every other kind, bit no Silver Star."
"Well, how about Queen 111i Sweet
('orn? DIo you carry the Queen Lill
line of goods?"
"Sorry, sir. but we don't," said the
"All right; then I guisi I'll trade
here." s:iid the man. "Those are the
brands on which I've been stung."-
Funeral Street Cars.
"In a good nmny towns out West,"
said Harry .1. 111i1, of Omaha, at the
Eutaw House. "the funeral car op-
erated by street railways iN getting
to be very popular. I was in a town
in Iowa lately, where the local street
car company had established such a
service, and was told that the idea
was looked upon with much favor,
ana, tnat a number of funerals ha4
already been conducted in this way.
There is no fear, however, that the
livery stable people will suffer much
loss of patronage in the near future,
for mankind is more conservative as
to the disposition of their dead than
in nearly any other mundane affair.
The reorganization of the British
fleets for this year's mimic warfare
Into the historic Red, White and Blue
is a reminder to the New York Tri-
bune of the origin of that color phrase
and of its appropriate application.
Our flag displays those colors, as do
the flags of France and Rdssia and
many other lands, and it has occa-
sionally been called by their names,
but the "Three cheers for the Red,
White and Blue!" must be conceded
to be of purely English origin.
In 1882 four Indians of the Flathead
tribe, living on the Pacific Coast,
crossed the Rocky Mountains, and,
traversaag 8,000 miles of lntervenalang
wVldras, appeared at St. LJa.
Tey had bees seat by their maUoa to
' _, Ij ,.
.. I 'T ? -'Yl -V.ivo tjvj-, .1.1,
IThat oef rk, h
taine but Two OIlt.
Bark, the loveliest aC the assed
Islands, possa es a quaint old prieM
of two cells, more as a matter of
form than of necessity, for Werlou
crime Is almost unknown In t.e* sl"
and. which has no paid po'Ice, but
skiply an elected constable.
It is some years since thq prtion
was called dnto requisition, says the
Strand, and on the last occasion the
bolt was found to be so rusty that
It had to be broken before" the door
could be opened. The prisoner was
then put in, left all night with the
door open, and made no attempt to
On another occasion a young 1h
lish servant who had stolen some
clothes wis sentenced to three days'
Imprisonment. The prospw.t so ter-
rifled her that the authorities took
pity on her loneliness ani consider-
ately left the cell open. The little
maid sat in the doorway and was con-
solel by kind-hearted Sark women,
who came to keep her company.
A still more curious incident is told
of a man who wus convicted for neg-
lecting his wife and children. He
was ordered to betake himn.elf to the
prison and there wait for the arrival
of the constable. That he did, sitting
outside until the door was opened to
let him In.-New York Sun.
Rei u.pl t tom we
tW oamwt out therW
t fy 1 to Ansust I we hav
tdi set un. wt4 poe puro"ged
tk a Uthe it bet to get dart
ft midaght. atd member 21 we
Vre able to see the ee of the sun
bt ttwo hoers.
1 entry la just beginning to
*: ..t settled," continued Mr. Lehroeld.
"they have found nuarts ledge,
whi lnewm its peramnence.
*Peoolo ask me t tin MU
1^*ople *ak se -bout the comforts
of that etantry. I answer. iLet me say
S re ae three large slaughter nouses
s t aime sad stores alore. A etor.
age company bhas three big plants
there, apd three l rge ocean-goin
^ esteamerm keep them supplied with
the finest the market affords, which
ae sold a little in advance of those
Sehaged ta the States. '"he best sn'.
gar he been selling at twenty pounds
for $1, fresh eggs at 80 cents a dosen,
potatoes at $2.60 a crate of 100.
pounds, and other things to propor-
tion. Coal 6-,, been selling at $14 a
ton, and the Standard Oil Company
has a big plant up there fnd oil is
cheap, and so is the best quality
of Pacific (oast lumber.'
"We have an electAc li0t: plant,"
added Mr. Lehrfeld. "The building
are well put up with two thicknesses
of matched boards, with tarred paper
between them, and are weather proof.
It would astonish you people in the
S tates to walk Into a home in Nome
and find the walls papered, adorne@
with pictures, oarpets on the floors,
a piano 4n the parlor, and a kitchen
as well equipped In a way as can be
found in Washington. We have a fire
department, a volunteer organiza-
tion, and It is the best organization
of that kind In the country."-Wesh-
No Place to Advertise.
Miss Anna Held, at a dinner ln
New York. admitted that her recent
statement to the effect that she had
anade $1,000,000 In the last thirteen
years was a very good advertisement.
"And an advertisement," said this
pretty actreees, smiling, "Is never out
of place. Stop, though. Once one
was. It was In Nola ('hucky.
"The loil preacher of Nola Chucky
conducted the general store, and on
a Sunday morning In June he was
nearly half an hour late for church.
Finally, about 11, he hustled into the
pulpit, mopped his brow. beameo
down on the impatient, wondering
congregation, and sild:
"'Dear brethren and sisters, I beg
you to pardon my tardiness this
morning, but the fact is, I was kept
up last night till the small hours open-
Ing the finest stock of summer dress
foods ever brought to Nola Chucky.
We will now @Ing hymn six hundred
and two!'"-Washington Star.
Riches and Wrotchedneas.
People who aove to practle the
sori aplng econouomies and study ways
S and means of keeping the wolf from
tae door often think how delightful
amdl desirable must be the lot In life
Of Ue mMllionaire and his family. They
'- GW the proverbial wisdom that
Sthat a dinner of herbs and
lM t therewith is better than
on where disoard men the
s.. not ,eo*tary to have
.4.1114 eurI^eto e* abasgeathy nap
-ry ftea t13 s- who are. Jn
Weve, well tla so f ar
-a s sparItiny overtya
~ m~ a ~ a.
..9e*Itesal 1lv'y ; s veIyo
A Wlet.n lmed by dsO NWt
wrvey On the *tOinWmIet'l 0nI
- mat Isteswts- Oe i."t s a be
eMd thet there It *1%0r a Got
tatn osamtratlns of htWket. in the
emenat ladustry, ad that thi will
p"ebably beose oare- i year
by rear. The elgty0elgHt p4%ats ia
existence Ia 109 IM owned by et*
oetyeight companifM, and W ovei of
these MInally indepeAndent o paah
Ise are closely eesuoeted Is owner.
"The nature of the cement Industry
renders it Improbable that any com-
bination or noncompetitive arrange
meat can be carried to such a point
as to result In a monopoly of the In.
dustry and permanently high prices.
"Good raw materials are so widely
distributed In the United States that
there is hardly a county wlich could
not produce Portland cement if prices
were qoroed high enough. The only
limitation now on the erection of ce-
menat plants is the tact that the great
cost makes the ventures prohibitive
for the individual or for the mall
THE WAY OF THE WORI).
"What did they do with tme money
their aunt left themT?"
"Mpent it for a amnument to their
aunt's memory aad an automobile."
"Wtat did the monument cost?"
Seven dollas."-Cleveland Plain
Dotor's Test o Food.
A doctor In Kansas experimented
with his boy in a test of food, and
gives the particulars. He says:
"I naturally watch the effect of
different foods on patients. My own
little son, a lad of four, had been Ill
with pneumonia, and during his con-
valeecenee did not seem to care for
any kind of food.
"I knew something of Grape-Nuts
and Its rather fascinating flavour and
particularly of its nourishing and
nerve-bulldlng powers, so I started
the boy on Grape-Nuts and found
from the first dish that he liked it.
"His mother gave it to him stead-
ily, and he began to improve at once.
In less than a month he had gained
about eight pounds and soon became
so well and strong we had no further
anxiety about him.
"An old patient of mine, 71 years
old, came down with serious stoveekh
trouble, and before I was called had
got so weak he could eat almost
nothing, and was in a serious condi-
tion. He had tried almost every
kind of food for the sick without
"I immediately put him on'Grape-
Nuts, with &ood, rich milk and Just a
little pinch of sugar. He eoxlalmed
when 1 eme next dayr. *Why. doctor.,
I never ate anything so god or that
ade m feel en mueub sti e.*
"I m ealed to My that be got
well om esp.Nuta, but he had to
tldk to It tor two or three weeks,
ths h beas to branch ot a Metl*
with 1o r ua esne or two. Be got
e-t-ir we- ll ts Ue of is ueet
hedam WtIme.' MaO* ashe. .,a
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Am OUsivey t1114 A04
boomse fllof' ChimdPs, aS."d
w0614me oto sloep No 68e m
.oe.eus the New- ork IFM
Waft aIw 0 0 Oe qe fig
She expect to rhalt
UtaM and w
wm'k am e
Wouln't it be fte It. r oeso nly
settle a doctors bill by retuningI his
Te Atlast e as Atl
Will sell exeoulona teketo at redaue4 tfar
for the followlsg ooeussaoi:
Mobile Ala.,Watioaanl oavetloanJalghts
of Coilauba, August 8** 1M09.
Albay, G., U. O. O. P., Auest 1S-
iovillsa, 0s., Indldia Sprino Holines
Campmeettin, Aaguat 3-1, 109.
Macon, Ga.. July 1-S4, 190, Farmers
aiusl, Geonrta Divisiton.
ea8 e, Wash.,Alaska-Yukona xpolitioD,
urse tr-Ootober 1tSb, 190v.
seattul Wash., L 0. F., September
Spokane, Wash., National Irrigation Con.
g as, August 9-14, 190.
la ddUiioa to the above, there are a
Bomber of ooasl S- for whih rates wii be
autkwised on e-.ilute plan. Tieket
Agents will f ratsh tad information.
W. B. LEART,
General Pasenger Agt., Atlanta, Ga.
Riehes and Wret9eneem e
People who have to practice the
oritmplag eoonomies and study ways
and mease of keeping the wolf from
tee door often think how delightful
and desirable must be the lot In life
of the MilUonaire and his family. They
forget the proverbial wisdom that
tells us that a dinner of herbs atd
contentment therewith is better than
a stalled ox where discord pran the
feast. It is not necenary to have
muoh In order to be exuberantly hap-
py, and very often those who are, it
the woAd's eye, well of In so far Ma
material possession are convened
are mentally and spiritualy poverty-
strioken-their diepositioss prevent
the serene and equable enjoemest of
life's blessings; their search for
amusement. though frantle, la in vain,
for time Atill hanws heavy oa their
hands, and they do not reallse that
there to o tastlng pleasure ia lngxUr
ous Mdlne, for root brings ttno
quality and peame only after honet
and unremlittig labor.-Ptiladelphl
What a lot of languages we telk
even If we talk only ftuosi I wu
asesalled by a meam Seres the luehees
table wh a a s about a Cp
tie and qese-sd that it was
qulte alatewsgibe. The maptwr
sma talked uait e"M !A Is etho
or #li e te th-e W5a's
S- Wg elbow. the e u l Te.
leth AMlit with a bdisc tb sum
betel of aV.
2 w0NE l tor mdE,
the baw,8t women aW
ro d Lt Piklm'Y
Compound."-- Mrs. Jo" G/M.LDx,
115 Second fSt. Not MinMll pits
Thouusds of ltolte and nade.
Ine testimonialske the above pove
the efficiency of L yda P uli
Vegetable Compound, which so mad
exclusIvely from roots andd herbs.
Women who msffer from thon dia.
treeff illenuliUar totheir se should
not lose siht of thefe at et o doubt
the ability of Lydial E. Ptae-a's
Vegetable Compomnd to restore their
60 IlA U. aulrbir S
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Wit Mot-er sfeilw* wm iiL
TownL Proper -
ew se emrow b-ee
en we.ae t ,wp 4dqsbs. ~.s
aa,. PMe rUs eaO.
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1 .7'4 4
* "5 A
40 OW tows~t to
!. you be
r t rh r eds or got G@
M go fte ae bra use-.
ad IM-. iLA ak. E at "d
lest thoroughl a6uslytroe
as sadsom diet-8 m
O"M hi~ar q"Oftaftio ae
a'reOa aw%-of U~*tm" -prompt.
ed B 3roke-Chleao Tribune.
As"-the Fk% fwdgwor Idqsd, uW
SM& s Nmbs% PW4 iftUiqU4ino.
SW.an U40.md A04 PNwewosale~..
IL5 WON, Owlesk Jawcity, N. j.
maow 1r. 3LDaoon-Powell. an Eng*
HA auftehoiy on 'aronautics. anticl.
vsfte that1117486 will be common IV,
* bar low tme
At the A exhibition ever given
o at pe of WeOlWalI by artifiolal
g I was amased to and a crowd
. ta *i the thousands. The
vut was oecessful la the or*
4wt e of that word. Of course,
h M wre some defects but they can
be remdiled. In or judgment. One
INig I sao ed. In the early-part of
We pa. any spectator could follow
thp ba t I ts ftsht or diong the
greMad a4& without a bit of trouble.
later, when the balls began to als
eqoe a motUed olor, like the grass
sa it as harder to see. A
- W *evory el-ni, or a coat of
MihWlm would make o game much
meir ar the player and more en.
JwIo w the Sppotatos. Unques&
.tlm-My the 9es0fUty of alght base.
>0 seri Tribu1ne.
I Mu~uve m m M d m
gomd. Va aWek Suleek' s hur Com*
-M- i Soe boo Mnsrd I have eoer used
ro; to* OWmo m 0 09 eG oy little
M, es e, ow. a ed i d ame a
a .m b e d we W iea t eve a weak
w "Mi mom" to a* MW saw.
f-m *-'* '-: a w --" -" I N';
*et~ede a __hds ssA 9WB
mw i tmed 0theV war.
"Mortly after T*We Warr H'"
an t as neral, "I was a short 4is
tUafe trom Riebhmd. The Oofaed-
eate soldiers wer* gongs home to
become mn of pace again, and
wWe thfakiag about their farms.
"One had a lame, broken-down
hboe whkid he viewed with pride.
*WIsh I had him, Jim.' aid the oth-
er. WMMt yeou take for himT I'll
aIt Y7 $ W2, 0for him.'
W* o' saMd Jim.
Vive you4 *OO.OOO. hi friend
Not much.' replied Jim. 'I Just
ave $1W0,000 to have him s*h. '*
De tesru We A01 0"e4 sea?
MASS PROM OUR
French Opera Tea
French Opera Coffee
OP NEW OR LSAN Ltd.
DRAUGHOWNS .A CMJIfI
AdM Ae Ost. olt Lisr, T. .
TRUE TO THE SEX.
Mrs. Stubb-John. they may that
onehalf of the world 6onl know how
the other thef liver wonder which
Mr. Stubb-Wby, the feminine
half, Maria. If they don't know they'll
soon find out.-Boston Post.
Tiakt Dr. BIggors Huaklebswry Owrdltl
For all B)wel Troables Oodl, Dysentery,
Ch')lera&nmrbus.Ciolera Infnturn. Childroa
Teething, eto. At Druggists 2SW and 53e.
"I want to ask your advice." said
King Midas. "You've heard that ev.
erything I touch turns to gold."
"Yes," answered the financial ez.
"What shall I do about It?"
"Get out a prospectus and start in
declaring dividend so that our stock
can be floated before the myth ex.
perts aet busy."-Washington Star.
Major F. B. Baden-Powell. an Eng-
lish authority on aeronautics, anticil
pates that flying will be common In
four years' time.
BABY'S SKIN ERUPTION CURED.
Was So Sore, Irritating and Panful
T2 LiUttle Sufferer Could Not
Outicura's iflacacy Proven.
"When about two and a half years old
my daughter broke out on her hips and the
paper art of her legp with a very irritat-
ing and painful eruption. It began in Octo-
ber; the Arst I noticed was a little red o4r-
feea and a constant desire on her part to
scratch her limbs. bhe could not sleep and
the eruptions got sore, god yellow water
came out 6f them. I had two doctors treat
her, but she grew worse under their treat- ,
ment. Then I bought the Cuticura Rem.
edles and only usneed them two weels when
she was entirely well. This was in Febru-
ary. She has never had another rough
place on her skin, and she is now fourteen
years old." Mrs. R. R. Whitaker, Wincheos
ter Teon. Sept. 1906."
Potter Dru & Chen. Corp., Sole Props.
o Cutiur Remeis, Boston, Mass.
Franklngl In Days Gene By.
Ranking privileges were greatly
abused In days gone by. The gov-
eminment employee's friends shared in
hs opportunities. In a letter written
by Wordsworth in 1815 the poet said:
"By means of a friend In London 1
ean have my letters free. His name
Is Lamb, and if you add an 'e' to hisI
name he will not open the letters.
Direct as below, without anything
further, 'Mr. Lambe, India House.
A*doa*"* Coleridge, too, saw that a
pegt oaved was a postage w"d
ld made uN o f the Mr. Lamb of the
a a 0 a I0 9A.
m mia nuFI; mt f fD, .19 W.
Fighting the devil with fire don't
mean fighting him with his own fire.
Fer OOrLD9 sad UIlP.
If we looked within our best friends'
hearts, it is dubitable whether we'd
bow to them at the next meeting.
And the bow may be taken away from
us. all things being equal.
-0 w %' .
8 .4JtAV, JP. 0e. on.
Fra a beent ul illmsteml rest hoek.
let, iued by Atlanta, Birmingham and
Atlam Ralead, eatltede "Seasere
and NMoataln," with up-t-date
nmp, seed tw* eseas npostege to W.
1. Loaby, (Gal Paseeqr Ag., A. &
& A. R.I AdmtaGa..
HlLS AND COUNTIS.
rw Mlwss,,-Pry ame, re inss A
AN Me Whe Do NOvog Wat.
Payfor themselves three times over.
You can buy shoe Atted with them
from your shoe dealer, or any cob.
bler can put them on. They will
outlast the shoe. They are lighter
than leather. Write for booklet
that tel all about them.
UNITED sL MAGnIner CO.
-NOTHING LIKE IT POE-
dwed. WAM .wbrd" and b116 dwe
mi iris wb~rippae* &sk
smd hum, may he imeuady
iskil d mauddp.mgad by Pail... e
CATN M ".1 a
emwedy rn earbep ARnL i aM
POO" is a hwmmi weu
uem ,m--'eeit 0
THS PXW MTON YU 00C.. MSON M
;~ v.1'. -
Ht lg W train on 0061.
1S 11 ic raihoa run last asaw
e o 6 7 an Amerfeas, -eb
Sdurasee shave be O en-
f t athtntt prsued by the youth
i cthe nations. Amelcans
'v n Intend to wMp this country at the
,P front In future Olympic lame. Eng-
Ic^^ '1- Itshmen are prepartag to take away
Solenln eeo-that distl nction- tralnl g so arduous.
S '*y sarge hkppenings are con* -p
OSS betg repwth ted In news, ly as to give cause for Yernings whioh
efromteir coutins will do well to heed.
papes. NHorsare a few culledlecrom
th I of the llyd peroem: The Marathon distance is about
10000tIsosem l of the dally press:
twenty-six miles. At the Olympic
TWe intbes of snow fell at lead- it is covered ab young men who are
riwe eCol., on May 31. t o o m o r
e Ct. ojup csed to be strong, sound, experts
In the northwestern part of How. enced and dire e(I by experts, who
Ya4d, Co., Neb., a terrific electric know ow to place by eo stride and
strit occurred May 28, during knowho to place eacB stride and
Ifte thelightnng killed a ndine get the most out of every muscle.
Wlneh the od htidng killed at nine Even so, a Marathon finlteh s not a
f M aths' old child of Ignatz Sintek, a plo-'lng spectacle. It Indicates th.t
ftrmer, whieh was arlop In Its moth (the contestants have undergone a
@1es arm=. The mother was not hurt strain from which thoy will not soon,
but Is nearly crazed with grief. it ever, recover.
mAve persons In one family had nar- Medical authorities are agreed that
rtow escapes on the same day. This this I the fact. Many fo further
Item comes fromn lialtimore. Th~ and dle.re that Just as It harms men
nSewly o1 that of Edward I. Uptoni a to rn a long distance, so does it
carpenter. injure growing boys to run a shorter
When workliX In a dangerous slt- distance if the strain of competition
nation Mr. Upton lost his balance and Is added. Five o, the mo$t eminent
Jtut managed to) w.ize a )rojecting physicians an,d uirgelons in England
scantMng and wive hliminl from a i IV,E united in a statement that
fall of a hiunlre:l feet. At almost the "sobhool anId cross-country res. ex-*
saO e hour one of his sons was caught ending (,ne mile are wholly tunsult-
In w belt while standing near s, aible frr mboys under 19. as the econ-
machinery and his clothes were torn innue strain involved Isapt to cause
to shreds. A fIw hours lIter anoth- a iianL nt injury to the heart and
er son's hnd wasi caught n a p eranntar to the heart and
OF machinery, and hardly wag the (hther organs."
on mahone iry and hardly was the. Some will think that this shows
news of this acident received when excess of auction Perhaps it does. At
another son escaped being grt ound any rate it hows unselfishness. for
death by a train. And an, the houe. the docts are trying to forestall
was crowded with frbene. ,y.mpathli. c.nlitlins that in later years they
Ing and congratulating the family, wout be called u Ion to trert. If they
the youngest son was suddenly strick- nro willing to make that sacritie tory
n with ami dangt o life we are what they conelve to be the general
death"; but it Is not often that th good, surely any youth can ,afford for
featI s g o vividly brought home this own good to give up the hope
anct o vividly ainbrthist home to of a momentary fame.
any one family as in tJu n1,EmP. The Marathon craze has served one
At Cheaster, Pa., on Jneo F. tmma, useful purpose, however, in that it
he. har-old au thrilling anhtr of Mrniqu. e Mrys- has eld to a thorough re-examination
Lcahid haed a thrilling and unique of large ,nd importAnt questions. So
cape from being eliruho to death he. far in G eat Britain the conservatives
neetb the wheels of a heavy wages seem to have triumphed. Even tho
near her home. The child ran di setting u3 p drill of the British army
retly into the vehicle. .She was has of late been revised with a view
wtoipled around by the rear wheel of to ebim!nate all movements that put
te wagon, and was saved from sera undue strain upon the heart. No one
out or perhaps fatal Injury b Hol- an go far wrong if.he follows that
Ing tightly to the lspokes with her precedent.
chubby hands, turning around until Exercise Is necessary and whole-
the wagon stopped. She hael to the hne. Excesulve exercise, the over-
Wheel until her mother arrived. The exertion that leads to collapsed r in.
child escaped with a few slight vites accident or brings on fatigue
bruises. which is not soon dispelled is always
Five-yenr-old Anellna Mand. o harmful-if not today, tomorrow.-n
No. 106 Fiast On te tindred and Six. Frcm the Youth's Companion.
teenth street, ran from her grand. -.
other's side into the middle of lex- Some Literary Appreciations.
Ington awnue In this city In time
to push her little brother out of the Robert Browning-The inventor of
way of a heavy coach that had just the jig-saw puzzle in vwrse.
wnlled around the corner of One Hun- Alfred Tennyson-The poet of Eng-w
dtred anJ Sixteenth street. Scarcely Ilsh midhle-class respectability.
more than a baby, she, accomplished Therefore the true poet of the Vi-
the deed tler courage and love prompt- torian era.
ed her to, but was herself run over John Milton-Arthur of "Paradise
and injured internally and was taken lost" and "Paradise Rlgained." the
to Harlem Hosopital. second read by nobody, the first only
The. Mofat, of the power fishing by those who have to, but unhesitat-
fleet, while off the New England ngly prnounced "great" by every-
coast picked up a lump of ambergris body.
weighing twenty4ix pounds. This s'. Edgar Allan Poe-One Of the few
stance is an excrement from a dis- Americans who has escaped heino
eased whale's lungs, and "Is used for caprht In the Haul of Fame.
tbe manufacturers of perfumery. It John Bunyan-Author of a book
bas a market value of from $10 to about the only PLigrim who did not
$15 an ounce, according to the quail- emigrate in the IMaytbwer, and from
ty. The lump found by the Mosat whom the best fatities ol Boston
"W worth $4.880. oennot elhm descent.
dAlpsate bto tk World from Pltts-
Si C 1 aysw Dr. Allen J.l Tbomas De Quinoey-The originator
t *e*s* a r. Alen o the pipe dream In literature.
e'S professor at Carnelie Walt WhMtman-Prepared a cata-
K H zaIved near IMnvale. a. gue ral aoa of the physloal tfun
~322%X12 inches In dime tions under the mblsaremueton that
tIM l Ins dte thak and weighing ho was writUl ory.--rom Lifte..
SO ai half pound. It Is A New Ni .
) bll t eter t w saiddt amtor ler,
*w b mabed Iqtydve .' waoI a- isO that rana n a
July 23rd to Aug.
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OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS BOUGHT FOR THIS SEASON'S
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THAN IT IS POSSIBLE AT ANY OTHER TIME OF THE YEAR TO
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CH SEASON WE MUST SHOW TO OUR FRIENDS AN ENTIRELY N
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