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Title: The San Mateo item
Alternate Title: Item
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John A. Crosby
Place of Publication: San Mateo City Putnam County Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31217909
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System ID: UF00075913:00048

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__________to make experiments along this line 'NOTIC OP A PPLICATION FOR O SAL.
and determine whether or Bot the TAX DEED. FOR 0S **
plan can be carried out at alow cost. Notice s. hereby given that W. 8. Putnam County Poor Farm.
Ift it is practical and the eottr f not Newbold purchaser of Tax Certificate
too great, after a time the camphor 11. 8"dated 6thd of June.at A. The Board of County Commie-
tree might become a source of re- olcendh ade l owners will entertain propositions
IVofeesid hasie mad ppilicatoiio Tfefor ale of County
venue and the growers be doubY tax deed to issue in accordance with for the sale of the Putnm County
Looal Weather Report. benefited by the adoption of the law. Said certificate er braces the Poor Farm,
method.-Punta Gords Herhld. following deserlbed property sltuat- This Farm consists of Eighty [80]
TxMPanATuan: Thisi. .. .w and might prove to ed in Putnam County, Florida, acres of rich hammock aid mnuck
Th,, ,ew n, m p- o to-wit: Ilands situated I miles from n Iora-
Aug. 8,-Min.....A. Max.....8. be a very valuable discovery. We i of sep of swy of swj, See- home; about eight acres of Pecan
S 4- 6* ., 6 .... doubt the wisdom of permitting the tion 18, Township 12, S. Rainge 27 trees; fiPne tock ronge; good two-
S o- 86. camphor trees to attain any great E- Acres. story residence and barn.
4..... c am phor us ro t ang The said land being assessed at This Is an ideal situation for a
S6,- ... .68 ... is, and thus browd the orange the date of issuance of such certify. home, and is well adapted to the
7,- 6.... .... trees, but small trees between rows Icate in the name of J. S. and 8. E. growth of fruits, of which thlerp are
"* 8- ....70. ... 88 and larger trees around the outside Cordrey. some fine speclinets oi the place;
9- ,.. 86.might be worth considering.-Orlan- Unless said certificate shall be re- about forty acres under cultivation
....e .... defined according to law. tax deed present tear, with fences iI good re-
do Reporter Star. will issue thereon on the 14th day of pair
S. ...W faml hav Septnember, A. D)., 19U. For furtliher Informatloi apply to
B.T. Bolaad raily hnaS re- School Books of the new County thness my ofcial signature and Co., Comnirisionser T. J. o)gers,
turned from thfeasmthemr trip. adoption. Send for our price listealhis the 14h dty ofAuust, A Putnam Hall, Fla., or
D. 19W. Ha lai HlIoN1 o N,
.-e :ll .ar at showing allowance for old books. (Seal.] Clerk Circuit Cobrt, HENRY HUTCHINUON,
p"a.f hortlie SO. betl e. Aekerman-Stewart Drug Co. By Putnam County, Florida. Clerk Circuit Court, Palatka, Fla.
pinnf a sh or tl eB I.By J. C. Balls, D. C, an 14
L. BLZJe is reported attholong NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
distance automobDlbme. at lowell TAX DEED. TAX DEED. TAX DEED.
this week. Notice Is hereby giren that Ran- Notice is hereby given that W. S. Notice Is here given that J. E.
dall Wells and U. L. Smith, pur- Newbold purchaer of Tax Certiflyca Edmonson. purchaser of Tax Certif-
id h(rrington and family have chaser of Tax Certificate No. 211, No. 168, ated t (lay of July, cat No. 8dad thethday ofJune
bt e .pdin aln. people of weeks at dated 6th day of July, A. D., s. 1 9087, has filed said cerfce A. D. 1887. has filed said certificate
Shas filed atid eartlflcate in my ofiee in my o fte, and hats made applines- l y as, ad has m er appleas-
Da sn ea.aqd has made applicalonf or taxe tion for tax deed to lssue In accord- tio.n or cax deed sto sue In a cord-
deed to issu. in accordance witli ance with law. Said certifiate em- ance with law. Said certificate em-
O. B. Staley and Mrs. 8taley who law. Said certiflate embraces the races the followindescribd prop. btra, t following d described prop-
have been In West Virginia, are following described property sit- . t..wytd n utnam unty erty. ated in utnam County,
bek Ian Palatl. uated in Potnaip county, Florida, Flr nato-.wi F n ,ofFerto itd n e c tion 8o ,
to-wit: iN% of neX of ne and east 12A of Part l neridf'oei, Section 82,
Six Acres In nw cor. of nw' of nwy of neM. Section 34, Township Tow i 9i PRange 26 E-2 acres.
A number of young people .ade nw, Section 29, Townmsip 11, 8. 12.,. Range 96 E.-82 acres. Theald land being assesmed at the
the trip to Hastings today to tbe Range 27 E.-6 Acres. The salu lad being assessed at e o n Issuance of such crif-
horse races and bll game. The said land being assessed at the the date of issuance of such ertif- icate In the name of Joseph Hunter.
date of the Issuance of such certifi- late I the name of Wu A. Kirk- Unless said certificate shall be
ate wh the name of Thos. Hines. Tand. redeemed according to law. tax deed
Miss Grees Bowo who has for Unl-wooead a-rtlfeate shall le re- Unless said certificate shall be re. will issue thereon on the 21st day of
some tile been visiting her brother-deemed according to law, tax deed demned according to law, tax deed September, A. D. 190 .
Mr. Walter Rowley, in New York will Issue th eon on the llth day of will issue thereon on the 14th (lay of Wltnes my official signature and
city bh returned to Opelika, Ala. O r, Al. .'ess n official signature and seal this the 1st day of- August,
Witness my omelan sinnnature ando (AA.AD., 1908.
bool Book of th nw County this 11thday of September, 190. seal this the 14th lay of August, A. H Ho
HN HUTuIsu, ealD.. 190j. H Clerk Circuit oNon Clerk Circuit Court,
adoption. Send for our price list (eall.) Clerk Circuit Court, [eal.] Clrk Cir Court [Seal] Putnam County, Florida.
shboing alliwanoe for old books. Putnam County, Florida. By C. Pu1a county, F rda. By J. C. Balls, 1). auSl
Aekoeruan-Stewart Drug Co. *4 By J. C, Balls, D. C. sel l
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
The contractorb begin on the S*t. NOTIO OF'APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED. TAX ORED.
John's bridge MoaeM day mora ig. A TAX EDotice is hereby given that Mrs. Notice is hereby given that J. E.
carload of cement aed a &am sA"ty o tifeoo* *r bF given thgkt John Minnie Hinson, purchaser of one- Edmoson, purchaser of Tax Certifl-
oe.tu atimetal steel for the ftlw Stoddard, rNa'r of Tax Certif- twentieth of Tax Cefttfleate No. 668, eae No. 4, dated the 6th day of
have already arWrved d w1i the loate No, atftid lstday of June, dated 4th day of June, lMA, has July. e. I)., I, has filed said
pile driver *IfieadrA 6vertl d will IS, has flilfid certificate n my filed said fractional certificate in eertl flI in my office, and has made
... 1oee, and hade appllon for my oce, and has made applio* applite for tax deed to issue it
woon mWA 61W ok bu falntax doI tt ad isaIo ordaneo with tion for tax deed to Issue iln acoord- aoordanoe ith law. Baid certif-
the river roat. law. id *iotsto embrases the ance with law. Bald certificate em- ieste embrlbo the following de-
-- following eibl property sit-. braces the following desodbed prop- scribed property pitiated in Putnami
.. ta la iuSam County, Florida, erty situated lu Putuami Couuty, county, Florida, bo.wit:
gnah~tee W o W fly. to.wits Florida, to-wit: L6A.i. W. of St. Johns, Section 81,
Lot 8t M8on 81, Township 9, B. N of ney, Section 14, Town- Townslp 9, 8. Riage 27 E-70 acres.
In l 4 Mr. OChas. P. Ra jW Ares. sh0 10, 8 Range Sr .--10 Acres. Tihe o ld land belug assessed at
t. UNte " Deputy Col. Te lad being assessed at The said land belg assessed at the dai of the Issuance of such cor-
,. vow- m epu ., for t l0 hee of ---,ao ,of such oertif. thejate-of issuance of such eertif- tificate IN the name of Mrs. J. W.
IMaw 18" *U ads" tiw a esline of J. W. Codln.- oeate In the name of 8. 1. Walles. CoddlBgtom.
ee I *Oltive way S* Unless said oneluete sha llo e- Uniess ald oertifieate shall be re-
rts VI wMe fy elj of erap halems. said rtleate s*hbl be re. deemed aocowrdlg to law, tax deed deemed according to law, tax deed
t o plIat -esamphor e Wee at l-Aed I urIg to law lax deed willi ue thereon nthe 4th day of will IMsue thereon on the last day of
I., on theith day o t Aer, A. ., 19. BSeptember, A. D., 1900.
a-ttaa O- *so o S ieal signature and itness my official signature and
tie. Mr.Lesh that be e ham 1 i o and el tbhis w of September, seal this the ist day of August,
givsb asdebl y ata tate l ,oa. A. D., A. D. 19.
.a g Is- i--aip i- tha bria Mu W- IhI, na v uTOMas5OM, HUNRV HuvHiNaoMo,
"" h- S --- v.-sei s (al.) wDisktire |[ ([Seal.) ]ler Circuit Court. [|ealJ Clerk Circuit ,eart
p m w e. 3 tucIc ,t1 CoIuty, Florida. Putnam County, Florida.
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i ow do,,bas. 10l oow ille d prop. OW, ,t
situated ,In Patnam county, Flor* oi Pnta county, Porld, to-wrt:
,wt: North half of u intho F l Uarter.,
-AM lot 6, subdivision government lot N
,Vdlettes 4, township 13, South ranger
Sie t acres. ram at*l assee d at
a land being asssed at the Te asda'eid land e as esedtl at l e
fthe Iss a ce of iuh cartl" e teU aac osuh tt i
i S n df A :. Season, the name of Mrs. o nk eaott
Raccordingto wtax deeddomed l to law, tax dee
ie a s e t h er e o o y e t h e 3 8 t h d a y o f A^t o b e r, A D 1 0
the Miorw, l A .,D dsert.dfp Otober, A. D. 1"W9. e
S, Ites my oflfial signature and Witness my otlc' elsgpature aa4
i amlthis5thedaytf August, A. D. lhis 4th day of September, A. D.
S". l.) HENRY HUTCHINpS .) HENRY HUTCKHNON,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam osanty, Clerk iroult court Pltalm Coaty',
F'lo rida. jvIs< g r tN hlofrla.
S B. J. C. Balls, D.tC. If By J. C. Balls, D. C. tr
S NOTICE OF APPLICATION OR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
NOTC P A O RTAX D AD O .
TAk DEED. TAX
e --- at Notice is hereby given that J. E.h
S Notice is hereby given that Wm. Wells, purchaser of tax certificate
S D. Gale, purchaser of tax certfl- No. 721, dated first day of July, 1901'
cate No. 84, dated 7th day of June., has filed said certificate in my obece,
186, has filed said certificate In my and has made application for tax
S ofce, and has made application for deed to slasue In accordance with the
a tax deed to Issue In accordance with law.
law. Said certificate embraces the Said certificate embraces the fol-
following described property sit- lowittn described property, situated In
ted in Putnam county, Florlda, to- Putn county, Florida, to-wlt:
S wit: Block 4, 81meo.
S Lot 2, section 5, township 13, range Section 24, township 11, south
2' 2 south and east-91-acres, range 26, east-..acres.
; Northwest quarter of southeast The said land being assessed at
S quarter, section 5, township 18, range the date of Issuance of such certlfi-
26 south and east-50 acres cate In the name of L. H. Lovering.
The said land being assessed at .Unless said certificate shall be re-
the date of Issuance of such certUf- deemed according to law, tax deed
cate In the name of Richard Ham- will issue thereon on the 4th day of
Utoe. October, A. D. 1909.
1 Unsl e said certificate shall be re- Witness my official signature and
| deemed according to. law, tax deed seal this 4th day of September, A. D.
will Issue thereon on the 27th day of 1909:
I September, A. D. 1909. (Seal.) HENRY HUTCHINSON,
SWitness my oafical signature sad Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
s eal this 26th day of August, 1909: Florida.
S (Beal.) HENRY HUTCHINSON. By J. C. Balls. D. C. tf
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County, P
SFlorida. MININB NEWS NOTE.
L By J. C. Balls, Jr., D. C. tt Mis Hilda Martudale is senior in-
NOrTIwEt uArTespector of factories for Ireland.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION The clubwomen of Chicago pussled
FOR TAX DEED over the question of a lawful costutne
for working women.
Notice is hereby given that Ran- r rh Tnaw of okane
dall Wells and R. L. Smith.purchasers Mrs. R. sH. Te ckr, of Spokane,
of 13-14ths of tax certificate No. 166. operator in the world.
S dated the first day of July, A. D. 1907. operator Dn th world.
S have filed said fractional certificate in Thes tai y'oera sgon of Women's
my office, and have made application- Cl ubs in Kimtocky rg years ago be-c
eor tax deed to issue in accordance galn tia 4paig oaast Illiteracy.
with law. ald certificate embrace William Watson, the poet, was
the following described property situ- arrived at Bath lad, to M
S ated In Pu fiam county. lorida, tou- id l erk ruit C o rt t, oa r e ntd
S. Mwot: h of r quarter f rord, Pa. Is to louth half of northeast quarter of become a denttst in ht IMatero
southwest quarter; north half of Statle.
(s southeast quarter of outh iweNt quar A board of five women has been
S ter of southwest quarter; wen t half appointed by the Governor of Texas
[ .. of northeast qr of southeast qr of to eamin trained nurse who apply
I east quarter of southwest quarter; The body of Mrs. J. Addison Hayes,
S north half of northwest quarter of daugllhter of JaMt6a Davis, ws cri-
S northeast quarter of southwest quar. ted at Denver, Co., ad taken to
NOrtIea ouFte r oAP tIO soecrothwestf Riotrmond, V i. r
I r; southeast quarter of northweEt MrT Klth 8fpaldae Of f Chies
S quarter of northeasot quarter of outh.gaete 18000 adtfort ae otumf la
dwet quarter, and northeast quarter toMrs.bitRha tubcerlofi Spokane
S tdO northwat quarter of J southwest at Napteratllo, 111.
t' lawrter, less r 1 t4 acres. oA bori aey wa foomn fotr the
s oheason t township 1o south, Aork of fivbletnl Men. Roas ell


ras e 27 east-71 acres. a. 's model villageor worklngmes
SWhe asid land being assessed at O Long Islamd, ear Jamaft.
I $eUi4ote of the is anceof such oer- 1 Claudia ICl won th
ij*^ Is the. nafdeof F. Bell and AM MSW t,,nMr. UBrAey Jonb ot
ll?. COO. mooMA In a hat trimmang coatest held
i C oe rti shall be re. club 1 wosies la Now York
Isor nSg to law, tas deed tel Due evea"tes, and h er ss
I tbereo on the alth day ta Wa tha Narr
*Y D. m signature Mt AOr. aWlem twelv
a IT s as u s and was t i I^aboat whm sear the
S~iS 11th ay of September, Sash.
NlMATY HUTCHINSON, m s r 'at' o t
i ourt Ptaam O@unty, ar IA a aple
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AND (oDMnU now A-m-mea
SHall an third messarpwr --
trM gts, st"maO fu rmo n e ; Wh ar .., ..
dlUona; finse gymnaiam, athletic Md.e boatb, _m =
it lnnks baseball, football and bask etall teams
Florida in 1909. Nearly a quarter of a millionn doUti MVtM
Lenses moderate; scholarships available; Christian but u =4.
omlnational; stands for
Cxaroto, Culture, Cnduc e
For Catalogue. Address the Prealdent
Win. F. Blackman, Ph.D., WiNlt ir l,
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LABOR WORLD.
In Chicago the tendency of wages
In the various trades sto upward.
Bakers' International Union, with
a membership of 2100 in 1898, now
shows a total of 16,200.
During two months thirty-seven
new locals of building laborers have
been formed in different cities of the
country. ,
'Accidents in coal mines of the Uni-
ted States during the last calendar
year resulted in the death of 3126
men and injury to 3316 more.
The trades in the building industry
of Jamaica, West Indies, are organis-.
Ing into unions affiliated with the
American Federation of Labor.
Upon the resumption of school at.f-
ter the summer vacation only three
of the 200 children of steel strikers
at McKees Rocks, Pa., appeared.
The International Molders' Union
has paid since January, 1896, when
benefits were established for sick sick
and death benefits a total of $2,504,-
721.
Samuel Gompers was denounced nla
the International Trades Unlons'
Congress at Paris for his antagonistice
attitude toward European trades
union methods.
In the fight to stamp out tubercu.
loss now being carried on by various
unions throughout the oontry, the
Bill Posters' Asocation is the latest
to offer assistance.
At a comanference in Melbourne of
ropreontatiTv of the Iron Workers'
Assistants0 AioclaUon of Sydney,
Melbourne, Brisbane and South Aw
tralla, It was resolved that a federa-
tion should be formed.
The aeptane was announced at
eoerlY of tUe relnPatlon of Aamle*
at wew syot % ofom ros sad Lebor
Ormsr alears. MeHrs harply
attacked ex-Preldent Roosevelt
connection with o Bmallinger-Phnohot
controvorsy. .,
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gromch, but few care to make aunani.
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The residents of western cities do
not seem to appreciate the value of
trees," a do those of eastern cities.
Nothing adds more to a residential
city than a showing of lordly elms or
poplars lining its streets. What mor,'
pleasant, during these torrid summer
days. than to sit under the shale of
a friendly tree, either at home or in
the yard of a neighbor Some
householders, of course, appreciate
the value of trees, not alone as a
means of beautifying one's premises,
but as a protection against the beat
of sumeter and the storms of winter,
and give proper attention to-the mat.
ter of growing them. The greut
mass of our western people, however,
pay but little attention to this Blah.
ly Important matter and for this
reason few of our cities are well
provided with trees.--4t. Joiep Qa
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*Ve -e.wa d ma, to emtl
SA i~umbk tk Cwr splterm which.
sbeN#leves1, will do aiMw. with mer.
Wmary marriages, penniless spis.
ntis. worry about husbands and jokes
abuit old maids. She has already pre-
*eited her plan to the members of
ttil Massachusetts Insurance Commis-
sloa and has Interested many club.
women In her project. Her first prob.
lemon was to determine the age of the
spinster, and after careful delibera-
tions she decided that it begins at 40
years. Itfore that age, she says, a
woman has good chances of matri-
mony. A depositor, however, may
open an account with the insurance
bank as early In life as she pleases,
and if she marries before she Is 40
ste receives a goodly sum to start
housekeeping with. If she remains
unmarried, she retains her bank ac-
count, and at the age of 50 begins to
reeelve a regular annuity. If a
woman decides to marry after reach
In. the age of 40 ,she gets her money
back on demand.
The plan Is so unusual that Mrs.
Evans expects to encounter difficulty.
Fhe thinks, and some opposition in
making women understand that the
plan is to their advantage. But sh-
has a philanthropic band of Boston
women back of her ,who are ready
and willing to explain the spinster
Insurance principle to spinsters.
The Inurance Commission declares
that It it is the most unusual banking
proposition ever advanced In Amer!.
ca, and that the women interested are
energetic enough to make it conform
to tie Massachusetts Insurance laws.
-New York Tribune.
Not What He Expected.
A doctor in a Yorkshire village
lately gave" up his house, and was
succeeded in it by a veterinary sur-
geon. Before he had been many
weeks In his new home- the "vet"
was awakened in the early nours o!
a rather bleak spring morning. Open-
ing the window, he heard a voice
call out of the darkness:
"Can you come with me at once,
mister? She's very bad."
The surgeon dressed, and found a
trap waiting to take him to a farm
two or three miles away from the
village. On the way he asked a few
questions about the case he was to
attend.
"I'm afraid there's very little hope
for her," sa!d the farmer. "She's
been ailing now, you see, for ten
years, and she's getting pretty old
as well."
Annoyed at being called out at
such an hour to see an obviously
not very valuable animal. the veter-
Inary surgeon exclaimed: "Why on
earth don't you shoot her?"
"What!" exclaimed the farmer.
"Shoot my mother!"
Then the "vet" understood that it
was the previous tenant who was
wanted.-Tit-Bits.
The Value of Tress.


The result of 17 yards experience as buider of HIGH-ORADB FRUIT GRADERS. A perfect Grader, easy
to operate, cannot bruise the fruit, onnot elog In the machine, lightest r running and most up t6 date machine
an tae market. Special Paekltn House M~ehtery built to order. Supplies, Equipment, Etc. Write me fer
mylng you want. Nothln too suall to roetvoe my personal attention. All kinds of turned work to order
Phr prices and cilulars write the laventor and manufacturer.
EDW. N. MAIAULL, PfalAtka, Florida, U. S. A.


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Reduced rates to other summer resorts.

For information, rates, reservations, etc.,
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SL About 40 acres, w*oo U4
U 1 A, .aWed sad ilirvated. House
= 8 : t roolm, br, etc.. within 4tI
Sposbtoe 8a4d depoL A bai
S bMi lPO00.0. Terms iU d .lid.
SCottage, two bed rooms, kitobes, din.
Sa room and lr lTIvng room, about
S two ares land recently stout In or.
m. 0 s tre, nloely situated ln enter
of town. Oottage furnished. For 'ent

S Me&. M50 aors, rtver sides, R.
S. o side, fen 1 mall. Would ftaus
Sall ftar battle ranch, oouastl't be
beat. HRU million feet pane, 1 14
aoUla cypress, 6 mlleon ate at anli,
gam, hickory, maple, magilKa, etc.
wd whvrf, 8ioom house ead farm
About 00 A. Under fence. The price,
16.00 as acre. Itf you m ns bslatesa
esme and see this.
Stock W s hin a sWo oo.n
that is growing oranges and grape,
fruit Started buseles fire yeao
aso and from 2 per ont paid the 1st
year the stock paid 10 per seat the
4th year. Shares are $100 each. Send
for booklet.

Ko. 85. Pineapple lands In Dade
county, on railroad. 5 aore lots, $20
per acre. If you want pineapple land
or a pinery already la bearing write
*a.
41. A pretty little grove with floe
location for house on river bank,
About five hundred boxes fruit this
season. Wharf on the property aad
new packing house.
48-acre tract, one of the best la San
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, teases not la best of
shape. small house and soklag house.


NO. 101. 0-room home. Cost over
$0,100.00 to build. 8 AMe M la04
peacl trees, 500 young rea-i
trees. Barn. Moe location; sheUed
street and sidewalk on front. Price
14.100.00. A good o"eaing for some
S .to maAC epeaes by takuln
boarded whdle fruit trees s re eaOl
IMo beathig. Basy terms. Photo.
No. ?--4.200 aeres land stable bto
cattle ranch; some of the (east Bar
dea land, small oaasse m9i, dowft
wels of pren water, fratUag oa n
as river with Florfts ast Coa
plway rusalgt thrmogh the property
A thle pr-
Do yeu Wt as oterest Is boariap
Mnasp groe? No better lnvetnta -
f ftorid. Write for partlelarm, ae
of prMtts, penasesa, et. .
Buy your ticket to San Mateo; se
what we have to offer. It costs ell
than to go farther south and then come
back.

Building lots is gcod location, $100
to $600; 100f200 feet to 5 acres In
extent.

We haye properties running from
a few hundred to $18,000. Write us
about price you would want to pa&
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig
ore.
There are orange groves here thai
are paying from $100 to J1,000 pet
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down In
December for his health, bought 10
acres of land for $500. had it set out
to oranges and grapefruit; and before
he left in spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his ex-
penses for the winter. He refused to
sell.


N Esr-Want a Homine a Plorida, C4me toa Mate
and -m what We Hav to Offer. You Will
nake a rUIm-N It You Don't.




Real Estate Agency,

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Monday, Wedneaday and r'avye.

Idav Or"mat ty . . T:0rM
Leave Sa Mateo . . 9:00am
Leave Palatka . . . 9:30amx
- Lwe Oeen Oorove prei 1:4am
Antr l JaMesvtle. . 5:0pm


R. J. ADAMD, Agt., Palatka.
Gen. Mgr., Creseent CIty.


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at the lowest possible prices.
Two of the leading railroads have
laid their tracks to our factory and
any ship that can cross the St.
Johns bar can unload at our dock,
so whether we buy at home or
abroad, we secure the lowest
freight rates and delivery Is made
at our door.
Our factory is equipped throughout
with labor-saving devices, therefore
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Our trade Is so immense that the of-
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F aro .IlaU NuO hundreds of customers In Florida.
They always grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
A S A log In I thi 'In planting groves now, think of the
le *II IUU I1 II future. THE SUCC8 OF YOUR IN-
VE8TMBNT depends on the trees you plant. MAKE NO MISTAKB, but
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Hot Weather Diet
By a. C Mcesane


++<,t+++ N law ignorance is no excuse for crime, and on this theory
I make bold to a&Wert that deaths from heat prostration
are nothing short of crTiinal. Very hot wave brings forth
a flood of advice on "how to keep cool," but people go on
I dying by.the scores, because seldom, if ever, is there any-
thing of real vale in such advice. An eminent physician
wili come out with the saes suggestion to "dress lightly
sad avoid greasy foods"--a though any sane man would
wear flaeigel d feast on fat pork In July and August.
It is easy enough to tell us what not to eat, but eat(ag bas become such a
fixed habit with most of (u that w#e last o4 our three meals a day, with a
few drinks of something thrown la between, reogrdlss of the temperature.
This being the case, will not V as "prophet" arise who can tell us what
we should eat and drink, the be will take eare of itself.
I have a little knowledge alog this line myseU, which I have put Into
practice for several years pg with most excellent results, but I am only a
"laymas." aad, therefore, sot eIUUed to teach.
is it poseble t the U u bed X 1 hoo@b teach nothing of the chemistry of
lao, or that our phbyaieans are iporant of our bodily needs In hot whether?
SO M tkew, why do tey not tell M, an not force us to so outside of the
Pd! 1 or eaek acknowledge, as I hadW to o?


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THE SOMMER-HART ORANGE CLIPPER
The clipper Is made after a deilgn furnished by Mr. W. 8. Hart of
Hawks Park. It contains all the es mentials of a first class clipper, being
made of the best stooeel, and rounded tips to prevent clipper cutting. When
you once use this clipper, you will use no other. The best is the cheap.
eat. Price by maUil lJ5 each, pout paid. price per dozen $12.00. express
. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY,
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Sa Qthey pay for the-J
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EXPEClfA 81 EMfiUS CR0P
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SAN MATEO GROWERS ESTIMATE
ONE-THIRD INCREASE.

YIELD OF GRAPEFRUIT
AND ORANGES WILL BE IN
NEIGHBORHOOD OF 50,000 BOXES

The Groves Generally Are Well
Cared For.

The' Florida representative of the
New York Produce News, Mr. Charles
B. Hulett, paid San Mateo a visit last
month, and we copy from the Pro-1
duce News his letter, which follows:
Ban Mateo, Fla., August 26.-This
little city is In Putnam county, on the
east bank of the St. Johns river.
about 75 miles south of Jacksonville.
It Is the terminus of a branch of the
Florida East Coast Rallway. It also
enjoys fine river transportation, us
two lines of steamers ply up and down
the river, making freight charges very
reasonable. The principal industry is
. the growing of citrus fruit and at
present there are about 400 acres in
orange and grapefruit groves. The
soil is particularly adapted to the
ialsing of citrus fruits and the crop
Is not only large, but will be excel-
lent. The growers expect an increase
of nearly one-third over last year's
crop.
Last year there were shipped from,
this polit about 35,000 boxes, and 3
conservative estimate this year Is SO,-
000 boxes of oranges and grapefruit.
The highest estimate on the crop be-
fore the big freeze was 100,000 bQxs,
but there was over three times the
acreage then. The growers are tak-
/ Ing better care of their groves and
raising more fruit of better quality
o loss acreage.
A large percentage of the groves at
ea Mateo are owned by northern peo-
ple, who make this their winter home.
.The following are some at the saa
alo growers who live north: U. M.
r, New York; Maxwell 4 AA-
SdTes., Geoeva, N. T.; W. F. uhller,
B oroklyn; J. B. Bancrolt, Hopeiale,
N ..; B X. Fotney, Chlokopee, Mass.;
S .e. Steakwell, *New York City;
Jpma, Lowell, Mass.; Rev. George
gb well, Fort Planes. N. Y.; Wil
Kill~i Tharp Whi. North Carolina;
5rrlig agd George W. Row.
lseveresviUe, N. T.


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SSom oa the rsower at l M ateo
are making ate-lt v ImVI o nt
on their ipakiag b ases sat getaIng
ready alr a bsy sMMe .
T. Ramsey lately pvtaba"
a beautgwul orange grove and hoode
here. Mr. Ramey will have some
nice fruit for market this year.
The citrus crop will start to move
about October 1, but will not start In
earnest until about November 1, and
from that time on, until the cloem of
I the season, dally shipmenUa will be
quite large.
A. Bailey & Son are putting on an
addition to their packing house,which
will make the entire building 50 to
125 feet. Mr. Bailey will also install
a new siser. The Bailey GOmpany
has a fine grove and trees are In
splendid shape and well frutte.
John A. Crosby, editor of the San
Mateo ItemW and president of the San
Mateo Fruit Company, Is one of the
largest orange growers In the state.
Mr. Crcsby Js always ore of the first
to advance new ideas to benefit the
growers of the state.


Night on Bald Mountain.


On a lonely night Alex Benton of
Fort Edward, N. Y.. climbed Bald
Mountain to the home of a neighbor,
tortured by asthma, bent on curing
him with Dr. King's New Discovery,
that had cured himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine soon relieved
and quickly cured his neighbor. La-
ter it cured his son's wife of a se-
vere lung trouble. Millions believe
it's the greatset throat and lung cure
on earth, coughs, colds, croup, hem
orrhages and sore lungs are surely
cured by it. Best for hay fever, grip
'and whooping cough. 50c and 11. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by S. W.
Rowley. tf

CALIFORNIA GRAPEFRUIT N. G.
I ---y"-
Although there i' no demand for it
and the trade will not take it, ship
ments of grapefruit from California
are still coming. Much of it does
not bring nearly enough to pay trans-
portation. let alone showing any prof-
it for the handler or the grower.
There was some seedless grapefruit
here Monday that averaged for extra
choice 66c and for the fancy 92c.
Some half boxes sold up as high as
$1.20. The trade does not want Cali-
fornia grapefruit.-New York Produce
News.


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has many obstructions, but none so
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Bitters is the greatest health builder
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the blood, and tones and invigorates
the whole system. Vigorous body
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can't afford to slight Electric Bitters
if weak, rundown or sickly. Only
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BIG TRUCK LAND DIAL.


Lake City, Fla., August 26.- A deal
has just been closed for 15,000 acres
of farm and truck land in Columbia
county, lying just outside of the city
Itmlt on the Seaboard Air Line, and
the Georgia Southern and Florida
Railways, and in a most desirable lo-
cation. The land has been purchased
by an Illinois syndicate and will be
put on the market at once. This aw
decidedly the largest land deal which
has ever takeS place in Columbia
ousaty.-New York Produce News.

An esragemet between sensible
people 4oe not throw a lst over
mone aMhemr' at-tl-rt it en-
how-a "hM.L


NEW IIET-M F

The aSeal Purpese of tl Campiga s
Geonm s a AwkemMg @ ofe Peploe


Jacksonvlule, Fla.-Unquestionably
the most enthuslastic, profitable and
Important educational conference
ever held in the state was that which
was called to order in the board of
trade auditorium when a campaign of
education was launched by a large
and representative number of promi-
nent Florida educators. Representa-
tives from three-fourths of the coun-
ie of the state were present and
the liveliest Interest was shown in
the great work before them.
The conference considered the
proposition of introducing new meth
ode of training, and numerous prom-
inent men of the state addressed the
meeting on various educational sub-
jects. Those prominent in education
al work in Florida have realized that
a deeper interest should be taken in
agricultural training, and it will be
the aim of the organization, which
was permanently formed, to work for
the adoption of this branch of study
in many of the schools.
The organization that was formed
elected the following officers: Honor-
able W. M. Holloway, state superin-
tendent of public Instruction, presi
dent; Dr. A. A. Murphree, president
of the University of Florida, vice pres-
ident and treasurer; Captain G. M.
Lynch, executive secretary and gener-
al manager; G. W. Tedder of Madl-
ton. assistant secretary.
Captain Lynch read the tentative
putllne he had made for the cam-
paign, dividing the outline into three
sections-method of conducting the
campaign; purpose of the campaign
and the fundamental theses to be dis-
cusmved In the campaign.
The propaganda submitted by Cap-
tain Lynch was adopted unanimously,
and will jbe pushed with all vigor dur-
ing the next four months.
The following is the outline adopt


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adopte

That Coneain Mea'ry,
as mercury will surely destroy the
jence of smell and completely de.
range the whole system when enter.
ing it through the mucous su~ftces.
Such articles should never be used
except on prescriptions from reputa-
ble physicians, as the damage they
will do is ten fold to the good yea
can poeelbly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufqctired by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains
no mercury, and Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure

you get the genuine. It 'is taken In-
ternally and made in Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
tree.
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per
bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation. % \ tf

EVERGLAE LAND SLL.
Land Sold With Provision That a
Canal Be Built.
Tallahassee, Fla.-Messrs. Sanders
and Boggs, who, under the Broward
administration on January 4, 1909,
were granted by the I. I. trustees a
contract for the purchase of 100,000
acres of state lands, at $3 per acre,
applied for and received a further
grant of Everglades at a much ad-
vanced price per acre. Provided,
however, that the canal, twenty feet
wide and six feet deep, which the
purchasers contracted to construct
around the original grant shall be at
least two-thirds finished by January
1, 1911. Also' it was provided that
work shall be begun on the dredges
to be used in the construction of the
canal within ninety days, and Octual
digging operations be begun within
six months of this later agreement,
and carried on as expeditiously as
possible. Otherwise, the purchasing
party will forfeit all rights obtained
under both contracts.


ed: B:f"1IniC A S OR IA
lasic purpose: General awakening C A S T O R I
of the people in public education, Iar T g1 g *1 afrgn
Fundamental thesis: Making the
school the center of gravity of com- T KI YuNaiL"
unity life. Hlow? School improve-
ment association, literary societies, Dears the
beautifying the grounds, agricultural *igna e of
and economical studies and school li-
braries.
The high school: Its necessity.
"Poor man's college." Its value, edu. Pensacola has a negro laying b ick
eating the teachers for rural schools. pavement in that city who is claimed
its equipment, its place in the sys- to be the fastest bricklayer in the
tcm-connecting link. world. This man, known as "Major
Not less than one high school for Long," has not laid less than 75.000
each county in the state. brick in any day's work in several
Trained teachers, longer school weeks.
terms, and eMcient supervision of
schools. A Hurry Up Call.
Constitutional amendment of I Quick! Mr. Druggist-Quick!--A
mill tax to provide aid for high box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve-Here's
schools, rural graded and stat insti- a quarter-For the love of Moses,
tutions. a quarter-For the love of Moes,
Unlication of city schools, hurry! Baby's burned himself terr!-
Establishment of departments of bly-Johnnie cut hie foot with the
manual training, domestic science, axe-Mamie's scalded-Pa can't walk
business and agriculture, from piles Billie has bolls and
equipment of laboratory and li- my corns ache. She got it and soon
brary. cured all the family. It's the great-
Expert supervision of city schools, est ealer on earth. Sold by J. W.
The plan of procedure outlined by le. on earth d by
Professor Lynch was as follows: Rowley.
Divide thb state Into not 4ess than
seventy districts. In each district The naval stores manufacturers are
have a rally. The place selected feeling better now than they have
should be geographically and in point for several years. Spirits have goirt
of accessibility the best in the dis. up to 50 cents, and the rosin In
trict. Advertise widely the rally elx advancing. The prospects are that
weeks before it is held. Enlist the in- these products will continue to ad-
fuence of a number of the most in- vance, and it means the active re-
fluential men In the district in behalf gumption of operation of this vast in-
of the movement. dustry in Florida, one of the state'&
Designate a local school teacher, greatest resources In wealth.
county boatd member, county super.
intendent, editor of a paper, and two Go With a Rush.
large taxpayers to make talk, sive The demand for that wonderful
them subjects if necessary. stomach, liver and kidney cure, Dr.,.
Have, if convenient, a round table Kingl's New Life Pills-is astounding.
meeting at the close of general meet- B. W. Rowley uyf he never saw tho
ilu, with ten or more of the leading lk. It's 1ase they sever fall to
business men aad farmers. The ob. r to
iotis to 11 them full of personal omre soar st M-ab, ontiWton, lndi.
erts -nad make them eonaselous of gston, tllesame- a Jaidl si ick
their resaoslblty in the work. hatddhe, oeills a-d intr. Only
Ogualas the lasdlI' ln sool inas. W. Rowole. t9


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Y ou1^ Jo e ^ S l i i *tlb 00111 "Well. I emI" cried the old mm
DasI1out sool salper sort This
iy"w %osft ur aod heSUPSTV5d This way to do It Is to employ morewighly as he seized the shingle on whieh
', flls with tth packing anJYr and hae kind of feels educated teachers.* But you mustn't were Nathan's figures and brought it
w ra s w thW t go. "IJeV Isn't mue h e.ount in mot be disequraged. When I was your to focus under his spectacles. "I
We take the canary and the par* respe'ts-l vesa 'Inuc of a '1 father, aze I co ldn't do any better than you believe ou've done It! And here is
rot and the old p D t and have, bt i kept st" l'ting, and now Jeff l)aggett, rising forty years old.
ot mi the ~ttIold ('WI'un DaDvett. and Is Ilust as, yoi cee e'h-re I am!" and si'tting up for a learned man, aid
And we're all of us delighted to bo much under the old man's thumb a h roe h's m!kln-tool drawing pa from the town for ein
0one w4th that old fat! Xe wa1 before he w-asne anl twtn N lthe rote from h's mlking-stool. drawing pay from the town for betng
Sa old fiae was before he wa cne and twenh Ilad to be released on any terms. supervisor of schools, and never once
have left the city racket and the do ay that yo have to hen l were cramped, aa& the per- thought of doing It that wiy;
te ollt th ty racketand the betdo say that o have to p a spiration stood In dtops vo/ his fore. "That 'ere is a sensibler saum" he
ttUoll Iad the beat, ful tough ezaminatlon before Jeff head. reared. turning on his son In wrat
A&d we're glad to ay adieu to both will ive you a certliettP. I don't head roared, tunlnt on his son in wrath.
the hiding and the street mind telling you that you're the fourth "I wonder if you would give me a "than you ever gave out in all your
The v dinma's gone thbefore u and chap that's been after hs schooluan drinkk of water before I go?" he asked. Jaw-cracking examinations! And you
were speeding on our way; sd to 'e all that I'd hre 'ema If "Partin! Sartin!" cried tio old cao- wouldn't give the young feller a cor.
We'll eat our humble supper at the they could to t a certificate and I tan, jumping up and leading the way tifleate! You give him a certificate,
Wbunlow today! haven't seen nary one of 'em a lnee. out of the barn to the well In front or Ill-" he paused for an adequate
Sut maybe you'll have better lurk. of the house. threat-"I'll tell this round all over
ut maeein you've ll have ben to Walnut Htter luck "That' fin -water." observed Na. town!"
We have been here most a fortnight Academy. You can Sg right up and than, gratefully, after quenching his Whether the threat had anything
Ia this God-torsaken spot! see Jeff this afternoon, end If you get thirst, to do with it' or not, it is certain
The roads are something awful, and. your oertifleate, I'll h're you straight The captain's face brightened. "It's that the supervisor did reconsider his
7ay eye, but ain't It hot! off. You might as well come back the best water In t,)wn by all odds!" decision.
T'ere's hardly any water and there this way, anyhow, and let me know he asserted, vigorouslv. "I dug that "Come to think it all over," he
wasn't any gas: how you ome out." well myself just fifty-two year aao said, "I rather guess that. by study.
The dooryard's full of mortar, but Nathan murmured his thanks for this fall. and it's never run dry from Ing up, you can keel) ahead of the
there's not a blade of grass. this conditional engagement, but as that day to this. How deep do you scholars In that district. You're
/ he hook the farmer's hand he felt suppose it is? Well. I can tell you. pretty good in arithmetic, anyway.,
SWe haven't any neighbors and we're by no iw:ans sure that he should It's just twenty-one feet deep. and If you get stuck any time, you
broiling In the glare, look upon h's honest face again. "But here is something that I don't can come todnme and I'll help you
And the silence Is so awful that It's After a walk of a mile or so Na- know, nor anybody else." he contain out."
more than we can bear. than had no difficulty n finding the npd, pointing to the elm under whi,'h Thus our young friend was able
The parrot' most unhappy, and so white house, with the tall tree in the they were standing. "and that Is the to return to Mr. Millett bearing a
likewise Is the cat, front yard, that had been described height of this tree. document that went to show that
And we're a of us Just pining for to him, or in finding the supervisbedor "ut I'd give a good deal to kno'v Nathan Thorpe, being a person of
the old. delightful flat! of schools, who was in the barn, I set out that tre sixty-two years good character, and of a temper and
-L. S. 'Waterhouse, In New York with his father, engaged in husking ago, when I was a youngster. It was disposition suilted to the instruction
Sun. corn. just my height then-five foot two. of youth, and having passed a sat-
Mr. Daggett was an undersized We'v(e t;oth grown since that day. I isfactury examination in the studies
*- -* -****-***** man, with stooping shoulders and a know how mnlch I have; Im jlst six recognized by law to be taught in
very abort ch'n. Al. flrst glance he feet when I stand up straight. r"ut the counmon schools of the State of
N athan appeared almost Inslgnllant. espe- how mu h has the tree grown? That's Maine. was authorized to teach the
clally In comparison with his father, i the question that I w'sh somebody school in the Swamp Hollow District,
who was tall and erect, with bristling could answer. I'm too 'Id to climb so called.
n-p gray hair and deep-set eyes, that look. the tree myself. I did get Jeff start- Mr. Millett stemed p. little sur-
ed out almost fiercely from under ed up one da'y. 11i had a clothes. praised, and so did Mr. Thorpe, Sen.
shasy brows. line tied to his walht and a pole in bor, when he learned f his son's
But when the little man had learn- his hbnd, and he was going to clMn') suc(,ss. Ihut to neither of them did
i *ed. the reason for Nathan's call, his as far as he could and pleasure with Nathan relate any of the particulars
iAx IIInaltionU L eyes brightened, and he straightened the pole th' rest of the -way. But of his e xamination.
up into an attitude of dignity befitting me'4t with a mishap and anme near This was In accordance with the
TI P. ]ROBBINS. his office, breaking his neck. and he never dared roque t of Supervisor Daggett.
_see'*'_*so me* "Very well," he said, rising from to try again. I guess I shall die with- "It really ain't worth mentioning."
the milking-stool on which he had out ever knowing how tall that tre, he whispere', as he har:de,! Nathan
When he applied for the Swamp been sitting, "it you will step Into is8" he concluded, mournfully. his re rtflicate. "and yet It might
Hollow schooL Nathan Thorpe was the house I will proceed to examine "I think that I could measure It riv barely seventeen .years o!d, but he you." i tor you, ('aptain Dag ett Pald Na ome up) f,r sup' rvisor another
was lageW and strong for his ago, But hele the old captain Interposed, .than. with a twinkle in h:s eyeQ. 4.1ing."
and having attended the academy for in a tone of command that fairly "You could?" said the captain Nathan prmni'sed nct to tell, which
nearly two terms, he considered him- startled the visitor. doubtfully. "Well, you do look likro promise he kept for many years. But
self well qualified to begin his career "You don't need to go Into the a withy little chap. If you want after the lapse of more than a gen-
a a teacher, house. You can just as well stay to try, I'll goet you the clothes-line erat'on, it can do no harm if the
His father thought differently, and right where you are and keep on with and the pole. and I'll give you som", story nmw leaks out.-From Youth's
tried to dissuade h!m from the under- your husking while you're putting the thing bandesomc if you do it." C('ompanion.
taking. "You don't know enough to young feller through his paces. Get "All I want Is that two-foot irult,"
teach saehool, my son," Mr. Thorpe him another stool, and let him sit said Nathan, glancing at the pocket Ants a Pust in Louisiana.
declared, bluntly. down, and then fire away with your in the old man's overalls. "Oh, yes, Warfare of a mrst -trenuous char-
"I don't believe it takes a great questions. He can take'some shingles and another shingle. I'll get that a'ter will have to be undertaken
deal of knowledge to teach the Swamp out of that bunch by the door to do from the blarn." against the ant pest in louislana
Hollow school," said Nathan. his figurin' on. I'm tired of being! "Now, captain." he began, briskly, ,axithln the next few years if the or-
'iMaybe not, Nathan, maybe not," left to work alone while you are in "Just takn your hat off, please, and range crop is to continue. This is the
replied his father, significantly. "But the house taking your time examin- stand stock-still out here in the sun- opinion of Wilmon II. Newell, secre-
still It must take some." in'!'" shine." tary ,f the State crop pest commis-
But Nathan was not to be discour- The supervisor looked a little an. This order the old gentleman obey- son
aged, and one pleasant Saturday, late noyed, but he finally acquiesced In ed without a word, but with a look 'Strange to *ay, correspondence
in the autumn, he walked four miles th.Is program. Nathan, on his part, of mystification on his face thit which I have had with other sec.
across the felds and through the was rather pleased with this turn of deepened as Nathan, beginning at th tions of th world has estabHshed
woods over into the town of Farm- the affair. It seemed to him that captain's feet, measured offt a short that the same ind of ants which
Ingdale to the house of one Mr. Mil- an examination conducted In a barn distance on the ground, are devastating the vegetation of
lett, who wea the agent of the Swamp and without books or paper could "That will do efor you." said Na. this State and causing thousands of
Hollow school district. not be a very formidable matter. than, as he ran to tho base of the dollars worth cr damage annually are
'No, I haven't hired any master ,But In this he was mistaken. Super, tree and began to measj're again. equally as much a peat In other places,"
for the winter school yet." Mr. Mil- visor Daggett needed no book. He This time his course with the rule esa Mr. Newell. "From Portugal,
lett admitted, when Nathan had knew his Weld and Quackenbos's took him across the level front yard from the Madeira Islands. from South
stated the purpose of his errand. Grammar from cover to cover, fine and even into the field beyond the Afr:oi, from California and from Bra-
"But you're pretty young, ain't ye? print and all; and not only was he road. zll. their home. the damage reported
I shouldn't set ye over twenty at the familiar with all the knotty prob- "What on earth Is the boy up to?" is large. The greatest harm In loul-
outside," he suggested, squlnting his lems In Greenleaf's National Arith- asked Mr. Jefferson Daggett. who, lana seems to have been ,one in the.
eye Iln his accustomed manner when metlc, but. as he often boasted, he suspecting that something of Interest orange farms of the low r coast see.
Inspecting Hve stock. could make uip sums right out of his was going on, had come out of the tions. By eating the tnudeor buds of
"Howomever," he went on, after head. barn. the orange trees they m;k" the mn al
Nathan had modestly owned to the For nearly two hours the Inqulal- "I don't know what he Is doing, iost barren, and after the ants come
correctaess of tals conjecture, "I tlon lasted, and through It all poor tnt mavlye he does," rri'led his fath- all sorts o arasitic s'alh animals


d'kow as that need to bar you out. Nathan was consolous that he was er. "lle's figuring now," he added. ,which complete the destruction."-
* 'Ie deestrict voted not to pay over faring badly. He know that there nodding forward Na'han, who bad seat. New Orleans TimoesI-Democrat.
tea dollars s month, and board the were plenty of questions that he ed himnse!f upon the ground, and was
master round, and as I told 'em at I could answer, but somehow theao tusily engaged with pencil and shin- Elm bark, cloves, ollbinumn. put-
the meting, you san't expect much' seemed to be just the ones that did le.- chuck, sandalwet:d dust, garoo, lul a,
at that SAure. 'I d'know but I'd as not get asked. Then the supervisor's "I've got it!" exclaimed the boy. ani-e seed. musk, orange pe-l. ga
soI risk It with a young chap Just knowing smfie at the numerous mls- presently. "Here It is, all worked out lano,. dried ginger, ipAinwood, rhef
begiiang as I would with an ld fel- taken was very disconcerting, al- Il simple proportion. Twenty-two and baurh. myrrh. iassia asul camphor rn-
lar that *as wllnag to work for that though perhaps not more so than the a half feet, that's the length of your ter Into the ,.omrposlton of Chines,'
prle. niffs and grunts from old Captain shadow, is to two hundred and eighty. incense.
"I know you oomse of a sood stoc. Diagett as the examination wore on. five feet, length of the tree's shadow, - - -
G4M Judging by your looks, you ousht At last 'the ordeal was over, and as six feet, your height is to the height D dlars may liulid a palace but lave,
to be able to handle the sobool. No the supervisor announced his decis- 'of the tree. Multiply the second and contends the Commoner, makes the
My big b to go, anyway. But on. third terms together and divide by home.
an Is e tWhi iasy bother you- "I'm auaid I can't toSasltlUly he Arst, and you get the answer- Berlin's populain Is decreasing.


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IMedial laImndbues.
'I 9,t are ta doubt as to the cause
Ver disease mail us a postal re
Sa medical xamluation blank,
You will Ill out and return to
.s. Our doctors will carefully dias-
SMO0 your case, and If you can be
eired yqu will be told so; If you can-
Met be cured you will be told so. You
S I not obligated to uas In any way, for
thM. advice is absolutely free; you are
t liberty to take our advice or not as
OU see fit. Send to-day for a medl-
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Siturn to us as promptly as possible,
F mad our eminent doctors will diagnose
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The Value of Trees. -
The residents of western cities do
mot seem to appreciate the value of
trees, a do those of eastern cities.
Nothing adds more to a residential
city than a showing of lordly elms or
poplars lining Its streets What more
pleasant, during these torrid summer
days, than to sit under the shade of
a friendly tree, either at home or in
the yard of a neighbor Some
householders, of course, appreciate
the value of trees, net alone as a
means of beautifying one's premises,
but as a protection against the heat
of sumcner and the storms of winter,
and give proper attention to the mit.
ter of growing them. The great
mass of our western people, however,
pay but little attention to this high
ly important matter and for this
reason few of our cities are well
provided with trees.--SL Joseph GO
sette. *
An advocate of the parcels post
succeeds in the Senate from Noew
York the president of an express
company. The world do move, ex-
claims the New York World.


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LydiaE. Plnkham's Vegeta
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<" Wllimantic, Conn.-" For five years
I suffered untold agony from female
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tion. It wAa im asible for me to
walk upstairs
without stopping
on the way. I
tried three differ.
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eahob told me some-
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eeivedno benefit
fromanysoftm,
fer more. The last
doctor said noth.
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am restored to my natural
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HOW TO SAVE CARPETS.
When laying down ceapets put a .
der them a layer of burlap. You need
not buy It but make It from the sacks
which coffee, potatoes, etc., come In,
Rip up and wash, ten sew together
with flat rme and make the same
sise as your carpet. Firt put a lay-
or of paper, then the burlap, then
the carpet. You will find that the
dtht that naturally works through
the carpet will go through the
burlap and will rest between that
and the paper and cannot be disturb-
ed In sweeping. In fact it acts as
a sieve, taking the dust out of the
carpet, and also prevent It wearing
out.-Boston Poet.
THE ARTISTIC TABLE.
It is an added pleasure to sat at
a table that bee dainty touobes in
the flttlng, and has a pretty floral
decoration In the center.
The fern bowl is one of the most
popular methods of Introducing a
touch of green on the table.
The fine asparagus ferns and the
maiden heir variety are used a great
deal for this.
Panales are among the flowers that
display to advantage on a table.
A novel way to arrange them Is
to mingle then with fancy moss in
a flat dish.
This supports the flowers so that
they look es erect as when they grew.
An odd decoration was seen the
other evening on a dinner table
which was cool and refreshing look-
nlag.
A rose bowl was filled with spark-
ling mineral water, and the stems of
the nasturtiums and their leave
were immersed In It.
After a short time the flowers an I
the foliage became covered with a
mass of froet-like moisture, which
was decidedly pretty.--St. Louis
Globe Democr.t....

Cherry Pudding.-Two eggs, 1 cup
mlik, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon
melted butter, 1 1-2 cups flour, 1 tea-
apoon baking powder, pinch of salt.
Mix in order given. Murn into shal-
low, greased pea. Over top put 2
pounds cherries. Press into the bat.
ter. Sprinkle with 8 tablespoons
granulated sugar. Bake 80 minutes
in moderate oven. Serve but with
cream and sugar.
Potted Ham-Use the scraps of
hom, add a little melted butter and
chop It fine. Season with cayenne
pepper, put Into glass Jars and press
it down smoothly. Pour a little
melted butter over It and set away.
Currant Ple-,Make a good pie
crust, and tine a deep plate with it.
Pill partly full with ripe currants.
Cover with a cupful of eugar and a
spoonafl of flour. Add a few bitu of
better and fill the dish to the top
with the currants. Cover with up-
per crust aad bake*
Peach Mearnulade--When canning
peaches ave the parings and soft,.
unshapely pleee. Cover with cold
Rter, and summer until soft. Pres
through a sieve, then boll again 20,
miMute. Add 1-2 their weight an
sugar and boll until It thickens.
Shrimp Salad-To 1 can of shbrlmpsI
take 1 bead of lettuos and 3 stocks of
eosiry cut up fine. Add 1-3 cuop of
malad dressing end mix thoroughly,
together. Garanih edges of platter
with plekled beets and lettue leave .
Double Fudge-Two cups eauar, 1S9
cup orea.m, uares of 4 lt 1


tegdppomaful butter; ball Nevi in-
atea; ta beat and epread la n tI
teed tin to oeol; 2 cupfuls b-Wm *-
ga, 14 sUGp rasm, 1 tIeapoml va
sills extmot, 1 upful sv t eatI
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Fall Seed Catalog
now ready, live the fullet
information about all
Seeds for the
ffam and Garden,

Vetdches, Alamlfa.
Seed Whet. Oats.
Rye., arley, etc.
Aso tels all about
Vegetable &Flower Seeds
that an be pleated in the fall to
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SAAH ORNWIm JWFI LPrr $48.000
The Will of Sarah Ore Jewett, the
author, was preseUaed at Diddleford,
Xe., for probate, and shoved an e .
tate alued at $48,000. TMe bulk of
th1e prpedry. Including copywrights
and unpublished 4nauserlpt., Is left
to ber slter, Miss Mary R. Jewett
of South Berwick, Me., and her lread.
Mia AaWle FPelds of Boetoe.


ANN9


NaJOd aHN L MAMP.mm. Ph


Attorney At Law,


From Stret, Palatka, Pla. Ornge
gWees for sale.
9v- f -C
DR. W. H. ROEtiUM ROo
DENTIST.
0oN Over the KomeW y.
-
HENRY STRUNZ,
AtMuWW At Law,
Front Street, PALATKA, FLA.
Natiolnl Bank BulMding

DR. H. R. ESTrI


DENTIST.


PALATKA,


FLORIDA.


Moragne Buildinga Rooms e jd 4.
"L E HA8KELL,


Attorney At Law,
PALATKA PFLA.


DR. W. H. CYRUS,


Physiolan and Surgeon,


PALATKA, FLA.


r
MERRYDAY & WALTON, ..
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW.


PALATKA, FLA.


Front St.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bdg.


M. COXE.,


Attorney At Law,


Oice In Court House, Palatka, Fla.

JI N. BLACKWELL
Attorney-at-Law.
O8e" rro t Sreem, Ome. PIe.an

PALATKA . FLORIWA


WOOL, HIDES,
ALSO FUR, TALLOW, DBES WAX,
SHIP THE ASOVE TO
M. Sabel & Sons,
establish nla
1"i. WLUISVILLK, KY.
"Over half a Oenaturt In olsville."
WE ARI DQALU IN ABOVE, not
eommisslon merehbats. Reference:
Any bank In Louifavlle.
Write for Weekiy price st.
Write for wool bas anmd ship us
your wool.
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MISS KATE L. LUCAlS
PALATKA, FLORIDA,


MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,
Notions', ladies', f iaa' "ad ebll-
dren's summer underwear.
Ladle' silk loves.
Laes,. ebrole ry, eollars belts aad
the latest styles l sripg bata sad
bonnets.



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II 9) pm 4 67 M= Lv....Eau Gaille. Lv 12 10 pm I 12 am
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operated on trains '-'9 and -,8be
tA~cen Jacksonville and Miami.

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Ke~y over A. IC. L..1, tie niaril.vtf
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tToesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. delartires from Key Wc.t.
tMondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. arrivals and dep irlturees at llvana.
PAl ATKA BRANCH


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Palatka
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Watering Greenhouse Plants.


For the guid-ince of th'si' wh a'-e
Inexperienced in plant cuture it mnh y
be stated that no greenhouse plant
should become quite dry at the root-
trom May to October.
If a plant does not actually suffer
It comes to a standstill as soon as
the roots can no longer draw up mois-
ture: therefore there is a distinct loss
of time, a certain amount of the grow-
ing season being lost. This fact Is
so well recognized by market grow-
ers that a man In charge will be par-
doned almost any fault rather than
that of neglectful waterlng.-Garden
Ing Illustrated.

Bees Swarm on Man's Head.
A cloud of bees in Allison Park
yesterday spied the uncovered head
of T. I,. IHanny. constable for Al-
,derman G. R. Cain. and started to
swarm on the unprotected cranium.
Alderman Cain came to the resr'ue
with gunny sacks and lHanny sui(l.
ceeded in getting "out from under"
after ten minutes unpleasant exprl-
ence. l.1 standers picked a few
stingers out or his calp and hie
spent the rest of the nibt bathing
his head with ammonia.-Pittsburw
Dispatch.

1,OCO Horse-Power Gas Engines.
It is difficult to say when a '..q
engine becomes a large gas engine
A few years ago 3'0 horse-power wai
considered the starting point, then
500 horse-power, and now in a r"r.
cent article published in a German:
paper 1,000 horse-i ower seems to be
taken as the minimum. The list gives
the name of twenty-eight makers,
nineteen on the Continent, four In
England and five in the United
States. Altogether It adds up a to.
tel of 628 engines, giving a com-
bined output of 1,035,709. or more
than 1,000,000 horse-power in large
units.--Oasier's Magazine.

The Mayoralty chair of Cambrid.e
has come to be called "the hoodoo
chair" by those who have followed
ud pogUtiUcs for many year |


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bines with albumen to make the gray
matter to dally refill the brain and
nerve centres.
It is a pity that people do not know
what to feed their children. Thereare
many mothers who give their young-
sters almost any kind of food, and
when they botome sick begin to pour
the medicine down them. The real
way Is to stick to proper food and be
healthy and get along without medi-
cine and expense.
Liver read lihe above letter? A mew
oan appears from times to time. Tbey
are eriM*I, tMe, aed ftauotf lMUam
atoest,


ThN wd Youg hm


Always Bought


Bears the


signature


F- -N- M iIa .1OT WrATHIR.

Flah, lBird and Animals All Suffer by
the Heat Just as Men Do.

"Humans," said a nature lover
"are by no means the only sutfferers
from intense summer heat; there arb
plenty of lower creatures that suffer.
"Fish, for instance, are oppress*e.
by the heat Just as men are, and if
they can't find shelter from It they
may be killed by it. In shallow fresh
water ponds fish sometimes die by
the hundred, killed by the excessive
heat of the water, warmed beyond
their endurance by the beating sun.
"In streams fish seek the shady
stretches and the deep places and the
spring holes where they can keep
cool, and in salt water fish go awa:y
from the shallow overheated water
close to shore and seek the cooler
depths.
"Birds suffer in the same way, op)-
pressed by extreme' heat, anl how
they do welcome a chance to getbol!!
Iook at the sparrows in the city's
streets when the sprinkling cart goes
by leaving In the hollows of the pave-
ment little pools of water that will
serve them for bathing places. How
eagerly the sparrow seeks this l.int:,
and it will bathe., if it gets thhe
chance, a dozen times a ilay.
"It is jiist the same with dolmelt ;.
fowls. Extreme hot weather (di,-
tresses them greatly: at such a time
you can s(e (chickens with their beaks
open and fairly panting with the he :,
and then they want plenty of water.
"Cows? Of course. On thi' v''r"
hot days they seek the trees if there'
are any in the pas'ture lot, to stand
in the shade of thheni, and then if
they are bot herod by flies the cows.
seek sha'led pil),)q or brooks to stanii
in them in water up to their bhel!!s,
or deeper to escape' the flies and for
cooling refreshment. I Iw horses an I
(dogs suffer with intense. heat ever:.-
b,-y knows.-New York Sun.


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TORRENT FROZE IN NIGHT.

The phenomenon was one that S
have never before experienced-a run-
ning river frozen solid In a night.
When we arrived the waters of this
stream, tumbling over the great bow!d.
era and rushing through the tortuous
channels, made a deafening roar.
Gradually, but almost imperceptibly.
the tumult decreased, while, worn
out after a hard day, we fell asleep.
A few hours later, when 'wo
awoke, a deathly silence prevailed.
and on looking out, to my Intense
surprise, I found that the rushing tor-
rent of the previous night had been
transformed into a solid mass of ice.
In this region of extreme tempera-
tures I had on other occasions seen
torrents frozen, but never under such
startling conditions. On looking
round we found that everything we
possessed was also frozen solid, In-
eluding our saddle of mutton, which
was merely a block of ice. We were
ravenous, but we got no satisfaction
from gnawi11 at lumps, of rock
w*.ich ouiht to have been a succulent
joint, and so, despite our hunger, we
had to content ourselves with a lit-
tie tea-to make which we melted
lco-and a few blscuits.-J. Clau le
White, In Widloe World.

If roses havoc thorns, man's hand
in rough enou h to heed inot those,
but the marvelous lovelin ss of the
flower.

SENSE ABOUT FOOD
Facts About Food Worth Knowing.

It Is a serious question sometimes
to know just what to eat when a per-
son's stomach Is out of order, and
most foods cause trouble.
Grape-Nuts food can be taken at
any time with the certainty that it
will digest. Actual experience of peo-
ple is valuable to any one interested
In foods.
A Terre Haute woman writes: "I
had suffered with indigestion for
about four years, ever since at attack
of typhoid fever, and at times could
eat nothing but the very lightest food
and then suffer such agony with my
stomach I would wish I never had to
eat anything.
"I was urged to try Grape-Nuts.
and since using It I do not have to
starve myself any more, but I can eat
it at any time and feel nourished and
satisfied; dyspepsia Is a thing of the
past, and I am now strong and well.
"My husband also had an eoper-
lence with Grape-Nuts. He was very
weak and sickly In the spring. Could
not attend to his work. Hlie was put
under the doctor's care, but medicine
did not seem to do him any good un-s
til he began to leave off ordinary food
and use Grape-Nuts. It was positive-
ly surprising to see the change in
him. Hlie grew better right off, and
naturally he has none but words of
praise for Grape-Nuts.
"Our boy thinks he cannot eat a
meal without Grape-Nuts, and ho
learns so fast at school that his teach-
er and other scholars comment on It.
I am satisfied that It Is because of the
great nourishing elements In Grape-
Nuts."
"There's a Reason."
It contains the phosphate of potash
from wheat and barley, which corn-


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~.ATTRACTIONS# ADvAN
TAGS&
2W" ftc tge Vieltew""Me


Mate% h Putnam Clo,. o Wd
on the east bauk of the St
River, and N0 foe0 above It.
oJhest point in Florida, east of
St Johns river, which is oomehal
wide at thhi palt.
lve miles from Palatka our eouaty
cityy of 4.000). m lles mrous
Acustino and abdut 75 miles
Jacksonville.
'The terminus of a branch of the
Psda Bast Coast Railway. The de*
, pot beings three-quarters of a anu:
From the river whart
Advantages and Attractions.
San Matea has good shelled roads
sad miles of hard sidewalks. Beautl-
Sal wateroaks line both sides W
street*. and mo overhead In many
Two churches, publilo and private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order postoffice, three malls
daUy, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
Moods at your door, weekly paper.
Thie place s lIncorporated, but n$
town tates have been collected for
over ten years; the many public lm-
provements are made by tihe push and
generoalty of the citizens and pulling
together. The state and county taxes
are about 20 mills on about one-third
valuatton. I "
Good hunting and fishing, deer, twa
%ey, ducks and quall, black bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to tea dol.
"lir. per week; ".00 day.
Bix thousand people went through
the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove
ber, 1lt season.
One 6i the boat advantages la
Mateo enjoys is transportation; being
a both river and rail is an advanta&
that few Florida points enjoy. The
pat season, for Intanoe, 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.
m route to northern markets and
did not bring enough to pay froliht,
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time. would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksonville
on the Clyde alblp the next. This Ut-
tie matter this season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the Ban
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
will do well to bear nla mind trans.
portaUon and cheap rates that come
with competition, lan selettng a Flor-
Msa locao
The population is about 0O, who
s e m oostly from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive and sociable. Have a bet-
tor 4ams of homes than oaa he found
L any place in the south of Its siss.
buldins kept painted anad
pounds In good order.
HealthfulneM.
B esouat of Its hish alUtitude,
^{ie is no healthier spot nla t1lrida
| all the yar roand or for the wli
|trtor. For those who orn to
H iy oa account of health, many
^ 4 thia higher altitude, dry ad
hr is better than the ieoe,.
har shn^ air found in alt uwate


priaeiple ugbm Ib rag
$40 mmu W we
rd saowwa~ ~v


w-n Uwe. "r. B. F. > )ISO
I than seven lree last snamuo
shipped ,$woe *ot of fruit.
* 1t6 sol varies a great deal fome
hIIA gin*e to low amm high hamnoeck.
all itttea m itlle. do that 1adON fa
ny purpose or crops can be acured
fam Mateo eq be reached from
Jaksonvillq by Florida Bast oartc
raillway or Beach and Miller line
steamers (see time tables elsewhere
la this paper). The ltpde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive hare about 10
p. a. so do not advise this route.
fare B. & M. line $1.35; railroad $2
from Jacksonvillle.
Lannch Rainbow leaves Palatks
every afternoon at IT0. Lucas line
steamers 2.80 p. m., every day but
Sunday.
B. & M. line from Palatka I p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays
Red te trains daily on r. B. C.
MIlway. rare from Palatka 5 emeat
W routes .

BOTIMATES FURNISHED ON

Artesian Wells.


MONCK & OWEN,


CONTRACTORS,


HASTINOS, FLA.

PATTINGG eVVP
r etltne "Sashlne" hbas
so.ld bnra extiders. CA
b reat a 4ll- roupd pump.
'Writ* Fot IMecircular. Ask
for information on any
maUmplAI probletu. We make
puMI g for all use.
CSISTLIN MUro. CO.,
Crlme, oee Ohio.
Pumps, Binks, Hose.

New md liberal management.

e Nw Arngtfl tel
KALBIELWD & YVANM,
Proprietors.
PALATKA, . IPWVRIDA.
Catering especially to the commer.
oW-t trade. Central sod most desire.
l? located for bulanes. Rates $2 ta
$U.S. Special by the wLk. In *o&*
ftlo: The Graham Hotel-Baropo
- Plao.

luaevHUle Nursu1e8
Gainesville, Florida.
Growers of Budded and Grafted Pe-
can Trees of best standard varieties;
hardy oranges on hardy stock, field
grown roses, palms and ferns. Fruit
and ornamental trees, shrubs, etc.
Keep our catalog on file.


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We have -dIded to continue our

sale on all men's and boys'clothing

and furnishing goods, Leather

goods, Shoes--and in fact evey-

thing that comprises our stock.

while we are at our present loca-


tion.


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


This Sale is No Fake.

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


In Men's Clothing.


We are offering suits of the latest fabrics and designs at from $8.50 to
$17.00. These are suits that wore originally worth from $18.90 to


Boys' Clothing.


At the same big reduction. These goods are worthy of your cosidera-
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. A P. and W. L. Douglas, together with the famous Rlndge,
Kalmbach & Logie Swamp and Log going Bootg.
On these also we are making ajbi g reduction.

Remember we Sell the Only Guaran-

teed Patent Leather Shoe Sold


Putnam County.


We have a complete Une of men's linen coats and pants-the moot
popular apparel for hot weather. Come In and look them over-ita
worth your while.

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


Ing AT FACTORY PRICES.


Our Overalls are all UNION M ADM. We handle no other.
We have endeavored to do our part thus far through our sale and Ia
return our friends have shown th eir appreciation by availing them*
selves of the opportunity we have offered. Now, we are continuing our
sale for no other reason than "we want a new stock in a new store."
Our customers demand the best and it is our highest aim to see that
they get It Our new store will be one of the best equipped n this see-
tion of the state, and we want to d Ispose of all our present stook be
fore we eater It; therefore, the aforesaid brgains. THE OPPORTUN.
ITTY YbOUS-.DONT MISB IT.



Fearnside Clothing Co.


Prment Location,. O Loeb Store.


ONB BLOCK PROM RIVER.


PALATKA PL.A.


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Wanted, a Map.
Aa 3 Mr Map, an' please yot sirt
Ibr why, we canast nderstanAd
In all your great g8e -raphy 1
There is no map of Pairyland.

Another map. an' please you, sir!
Ad. afte rd. described In full
How Fairyland is famed for pearls,
And Afeees made from golden wool;

And prancing, gold-shod, milk-white

With bridles set with jewel eyes;
Tell how the fairy rivers run,
And where, the fairy mountains
rise;

And of the fairy-folk, their ways
And customs. If it please you, sir;
Tl1en of'the journey there, hdw long
For any speedy traveller.

Another map, an' please you. asir!
And would you kindly not delay:
Sliter and I would dearly like
To learn our lesson there today!


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-Mary I. Wilkins, in the Christian -OREA- six hours, which we shall never for-
Register. sHE BORE ME COMPANY. get, we let the storm roar without
Swas the shabblest girl at the f- us. At 10 o'clock the storm had abat-
SILVER LAKE. ,ce. It was no one's fault and no ed enough to allow us to stop our
Uncle Jack has been away on a one's shame that we were poor-I engine, which had been working
S s n ad intelligence enough to know steadily throughout the storm, and to
angling trip; we have been eating that. I knew, too, what sacrifice go out on deck. We saw from our
what he caught for two dinners an mother had made to pay for my tul- position five or six different fires in
one luncheon, and Miukle has been tion at business school. Still, th' lfferent directions, and we wondered
taing sto much about s his e n lper knowledge of my shabby clothes how the boat had stood the storm.
ence that Arabella is Just wild to orced Itself upon me, particularly We soon were under way. and at
try oer lcihat fishing to my old black skirt. 10:40 we reached our anchorage in
"But of course you'd have to s u- Oh, if you knew how I hatet that the river, after a very severe experl-
ply the bait and stick on." she sai skirt! Mother had cleaned it an I ence.-Robert F. Brundage in the New
to me. "I never could do that." i ,rcw-id it, prEssed it and cleaned It, York Tribune.
S"Oh, but I'd just hate to," demur but it seemed "bent" with age a r re
red I; can't you go fishing with l the office girls looked so fresh and W. DOWNY, CARPriNTER
n oe ret?" a h. pretty In their trim business suits. Ia the modest sign on the old0 pin
Why to be aure she can," laugh o IImagined all the first morning at the northern end of the forest
ed Uncle Jack; "I'II take you t hwo at they were pitying me and felt Just now this cleverest of builders
kiddies were you can catch lots of these looking at (my shabbiness, and is at work on a home for the little
nice creatures with a net. Lets see: during noon hour I was so miserable. lady whom he hopes soon to wed.
I've a day off tomorrow. Let's get But when I went back the next morn. Listen! That sharp rattle is Ddw-
an early start, and go gold fishlns ing. I noticed that one of the girls any's love call hammered%out on a
in Silver Lake. What say?" had on nearly as old clothes as I hollow limb of the dead tree. He is
Why, what should we say but did. and she was so nice to me I assuring his sweetheart that he is
"Goody, goody." And 9 o'clock tht fancied she was glad I had come be- thinking of her and hurrying as fast
next morning we were aboard the b cause of our mutual poverty. i as he can to finish her nest so that
boat steaming across the harbor. Ws Not until after I earned enough they can begin housekeeping.
were as close as we could get to the, money to buy some suitable, nicng He has only his sharp beak to
front railing with the fresh t;breeze clothes did I realize that the "oor work with and yet he accomplishes
most blowing our hair of; Arabells girl," as I thought her. had drifted wonders. See how fast tke chips fall
was clutching a mosquito bar fish nt buck into the prettiest, most tasteful as he rounds 'bff the doorway to his
andand a tin box with holes clothes worn by any of the girls. snug home! Ah. here comes Mrs.
punched into the cover. It was She had only -borne me company at Downyhto-be! tlow she peers in to
hangnag Into a tin pall (with a mQst trying time, and she knew, see what her new home Is going to

tied over toand a window curtain tlcause her fellow workers all ale- cbe like! "Fine, Downy, fine!" she
Oured ovuncler It)and the box orab net mired her. that the little object le- says. "You are certainly a genlus."
Or and a smalled the basket of fruit; an would keep them fr om hurting m glad you are pleased my
andte a voymall basket ofl fruit; anJ y eelngs dear," says he. "It would take a
th voyage waa too lovely for any The day h come now when new bright hawk or a smart snake to find
thing." Arabella declared. In Stater clothes ar usual, when I may even you in this snug nursery, I'm sure.
Island we took a n ilver Lake car and achieve an apgarance that Is known While you are sitting, how I shall
trollyed along through the lltto as "stylish." But in my office when scour the country for the plumpest
towe-awaye up hill-by real oI, a girl comes in shabby, paln/ully ell- worms, the juclest grubs and the
fairmg Pretty country s outea, by tahe sitve as I was, I "bear her company" spiciest bugs for youP breakfast, lun-
big "our Corner's" Hotel and on and until the better times ball come.-- cheon and dinner! '
on wth thick green t oods on both eDelineator. "What a happy little bride I shall
sides of us. At .last we got out and s o be! she coos, amd coyly sidles around
aster a very short walk reached th e be!" sher co ando ads roo nI
akter th very was a tlk hotel right CAUGHT IN A STORM. to 4Jh other aide of the tree, where
lake there wa a tin hotel righhe can watch her gallant lover a
it andere-Mkeleft our luncheon The following is an account of a he aner a watch her on hallant alok.-r Ma
and wraps and hired a boat and in sailing experience I had one after. he han ers ewaion, his the New York
it he rowed us all about the lake. noon last summer. My father owns aTribunt W Leighton, in the New Yor
Close to the shady, billy bank here, a large sloop. equipped with a pow- t ane o
&Ad up a tiny creek there, and Into erful engine, and one Saturday after- A PEP CALF.
the lily pads yonder; while wherever noon lest year he, a friend and I I thought that possibly you might
sad whenever, he stopped and rested went out fishing. As I do not enjoy like to hear about thse little t c
oa his oars Aratoll and I flahed. fishing. J took long my model yacht i had last summer. hy the time it
And we did catch such hosts of to pail after I had cleaned the large large a f weeks old it followed me
to GOold flah and sliver fish and beat up. everywhere fo went, seen to town. It
water spiders and beetles and two We got away about 1 o'clock noon. used to go into the h oue, where oIt
teeney-weeoey frogs, ant our lizards and after leaving the harbor of this would tgy until took ae peoe, of
and throe-only one of them got town we decided to fish near the ai o
away for good-dear little turtl"M southwestern end of Captain Island. bread and called it aout againpet. Forbut
(aoW as big as a half dollar), and We reached the island after a fifteen after t hat t grew too largo for me
two fresh water clams. Arabolle minutes' sail and anchored in among to o Ihande ad to o put it In a
tucked Usard and froga and turtles some very large rooks. pasture, w It had other little
&ad clams into her box; she first As soon as we were anchored fath.- pasture, wh It had other little
Iai It witb water lily leaves, and er and his friend began to fish and calves to pi with.--Huston Gordonr
wy "sn) was just about filled .with f to clean the boat up. I had- quite In the New York Tribune.
2ga hby the time we took our lunch- a Job doing this, as father had drop. i feel a profounder reverence for a
m & atndr a ta aad spreadin tree; pod the sails In a hurry and had boy than for a man. I never meet
Va wO haU osatoes our snack. gotten the ropes all snarled up, but a ragged boy on the street without
Wq9 bN fr half an hour of fAally I finished and, taking my model feelnag that I -may owe him a salute,
reqVel. and lay down In yaMht In the tender, I put of from the for I know not what possibilities may
w Steh bim t over his face, t be tte up und his coat, said
over s Iaa"; *ma J a4 or oa a tdto oailUns 5aemt. & Oa&Wldd. 1


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wfth M btds Ma4 dstroedO the
terl m sty t;sanA we fed th eblok.
*oa tA,*ya pipeos and ducks
wtIt the sotape from"our luncheon.
They were alliJuft as tame? Arabella
says they must have read the Insecrip-
flon on our THumane Cl9' buttons--
we always wear 'era wherever we go
-and that's why they took the bread
from out ofr our hands.
After awhile Minkle rowed us clear
around the lake again and stopped in
among the lilies so we might gather
some. Arab11lla picked a lot of thern
for Auntie Sue-without tipping the
boat very much and selzitn the stems
down as low as possible so's they'd
be good and long-and I had Just ex-
actly as many for mother; and then
It was time to go homi: So w3
stopped In at the hotel where we had
some ice cream-Uncle Jack always
just knows what we long for-and
we made ourselves a bit neat and
then we traveled back. You'd just
better believe we had a good tim 3
and Uncle Jack says we couldn't
have fished harder nor eaten more.
lunch, nor grown more sunburned
even on Lake George or lake Hopat-
cong.-Kate Hudson, in the Brooklyn
Eagle.


ticular to that State alone--the sport
of wood chopping. It says much for
the grit and vigor of Tasmanlans
that this really serious and arduous
work should be regarded as the fin.
eat sport.
At Hobart and Launceston they
have their turf meetings, their cric-
ket. football, golf, cyliIng and to
forth, but to a wood chopping contest
people will flock from far and near--
men, women and children-and watch
the axe wielders showing away at
huge blocks of timber as if life and
reputation depended upon the Isoue.
Thud, thud, thud go the axes and the
splinters fly In all directions, the
Judges calmly sitting near taking
note of the strokes, the spectators
cheering the competitors from thne
to time as frantically as It they were
racehorses. To be a wood ebopping
champion moans something to a mams
it Tasmanla.-Dundee Advertiser.
osse of the meon'a mouatalag are
84,00I0 Ot high. ....


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NH 1W ga ptow Oark, eCuing
as- to retfm to e leeoop. When I
fo there, I toted that quite a eollec-
lo fish had been caught lm about
fifteen mtutes the sky was black and
father deedod to return borne. Tbjs
was very agreeable to his friend, wlo
didn't like the idea of staying out and
getting wet, and also to me. who was
somewhat afraid.
In about five long minutes the lines
were In and put away and we all
were working at the anchor. We were
thud engaged for about forty-five sec-
onds, when suddenly the wind began
to blow and the rain to fall and then
the thunderstorm was upon us In
earnest. Father msw that we were
nearly on thi rocks and so told me
to let go the anchor and run aft and
lash the steering wheel as tight as I
could. While I was thus engaged
father hbad started the engine and let
go the large sea anchor, which was
the first time he had had occasion
to use it since e bought the boat
three years '(Vfore. You can "there-
fore see what a position we were in.
with rocks on every side of us and
the shore twenty-five feet astern.
As soon as this was accomplished
we all retired to the e&bln, and for


Attacks of f eeplnee-ofte0
of Owflish Habits.
Sleepiness is a normal and healthy
condition when It occurs at the usual
bed-time, and when not extreme and
overpowering, but it is not always
associated with sleep. Some persona
in perfect health, and excellent sleep.
era. hardly know the' meanink of
drowsiness; they are active mentally
and physically until they are In bed:
then sleep comes at once, and when
It leaves them In the morning they
are again In full mental awareness.
There are less fortunate persons,
who never have a complete and satl-.
factory night's rest, who are yet al-
most constantly drowsy; they are at*
ways nodding, but when the head
touches the pillow sleep recedes, and
the night is a succession of drowsy
lapses to sleep with the instant re-
turn of semi-consciousness.
In general, with the exception noted
at the beginning of this article, drow-
siness is abnormal, and Indicates
something wrong, either in the body
of the sufferer or in his habits. Those
who (habitually out off their hours of
sleep, the "night owls" and the burn-
ers of midnight oil, pay for their bad
habit by attacks of sleepiness In the
afternoon and early evening: later,
unfortunately, after the influence of
digestion wears off, the drowsiness
appears, and then, rolleved of his'
burden, the person "sits up to all
hours" again, think, thinking in that way
to make upl) for the hours lost by
drowsiness. If he would abandon his
owlish habits, go to bedIetimes and
get his seven or eight hours of con-
tinuous sleep that he needs, his day-
time and evening drowsiness would
disappear, he could do more and bet-
ter work. and find life much more en-
joyable.
A slight drowsiness is often noticed
after a hearty meal, because active
digestion draws a greater volume of
blood to the stomach, so that the
brain is relatively poorly supplied.
In some southern countries this ten-
dency is favored, and the siesta after
the neon meal is a national custom.
With us, the after dinner Cup of black
coffee often drives away the impulse
to sleep--whether for good or ill may
be left to the physiologists to deter-
mine.
Sometimes we hear of attacks of
sleepiness occurring suddenly at
certain periods of the day or at Ir-
ro'.ilair intervals. These are alto-
ge ver abnormal, and in such cases
there is almost always some poison
at work in the nervous centers-
usually a self manufactured poison,
which, because it Is made in too great
quantity, or because constipation or
kidney disease prevents its rapid
elimination, accumulates in the sys-
tem.
An essential in the treatment of
such cases is dieting. Meat should
be given up, for a time at least, and
the only beverage allowable is water
or milk.-Youth's Companion.

Wood Chopping a Sport.
In Tasmania Is to be found a na-
tional pastLme that is special and par-


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We bare acquired 1I
Coloradb mines on on,


which ha'


produced $2,000,000.00.
When former operators
reached water its acids
destroyed their pumped,
compelling operations to
cease. We shall drain
out water by tunnel and
bare millions above. For
financial adsitance in
driving our tunnel will
take persons- in with us
who write immediately,
in subscriptions of $50.00
up to $1,000.00.


WRITE


NATIONAL MINING &.TUNNEL C


LYCHBURf, VA.


TUE I"WBLOOD BRTy
FqR ALL FORMS OF
SLOOD POISON
Iwo ""elbS tinmebodast oeM. We
am"to~GUM&v. Wrile ftv lotaAe
lr. 0. 3Boxeal Atlna


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she believes w do sway witS m
cemary marriage, pma .lses SpO
sters, worry about hsbauds ed jokee
about old maids, te has aM'ey pre.
seated her plaan4o the members of
the Masseehusetts Insurance Comml-
slon and has interested many olub,
women to her project. Her first prob-
lem was to determine the age of the
spinster, and after careful delibera-
tions she decided that it begins at 40
years. Before that age, she says, a
woman has good chances of matri-
mony. A depositor, however, .may
opn an asocount with the Insurance
bank as early in life as she pleases,
and If she marries before she tois 40-
she receives a goodly sum to start
housekeeping w;th. If she remains
unmsrrjed. she retains her bank ac-
count, and at the age of 50 begins to
receive a regular annuity. If a
woman decides to marry after reach
Inu the age. of 40 she gets her money
back on demand.
The plan is so unusual that Mrs.
Evans expects to encounter difficulty.
she thinks, and some opposition in
making women understand that the
plan is to their advantage. But shu
has a philanthropic band of Boston
women back of her and willing to explain the spinster
Insurance principle to splasters.
The Insurance Commission declares
that it is the most unusual banking
proposition ever advanced in Amer-.
ca, and that the women interested are
energetic enough to make it conform
to the Massachusetts insurance laws.
-New York Tribune.
A SOCIAL MISTAKE.
"Bligglns seems unpopular In his
neighborhood."
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne
"He was so anxious to make people
like hikn that they concluded he
couldn't amount to much and was
trying to butt in."-Washington Star.


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InI e and wiot theat bo daf
quite the realija Aautea ustal td
measuraa wttb tgefr snemplihmnlt. i.
|tjfele. I saribb this o th ,Ct that tdt r
f | | too purely techanlc; they have seal9iaii t WI?
S|in Ufe and without that broad mau catholic 'mg4 wnU
w which special training should be band.
All educated me concede the thit value of the wthlbSal
education, but the defects ta a. rely tp~coh l *edttO
also are easily pereelved The requremete of a evlaa that o
purely materialistic have not dispensed with art and lIItt1 a, aor mIMWd
the tremendous importance of the tinaaustito--the value I t- M M Atd Ms
In lnspiring that impulse which achieves the reqteat protOcal rewlts; nor
can it minimize the Importance of the study of the past history tof a for
contrast and example, for wairaft and her emulatioa.
In an age of great technical and "industral lveopemlt the tMdemcy is
toward pure materiallmn-- the esalttan of practical acoe-pIse het is the
production of wealth over the les tangible result of the study of history, lit-
erature and art, and so there is on the part of many men who have SattSed
success in business life or is the pratitoal silences a dispoeltios to extol Juehh
accomplishments above all others and to undervalte or ,ot at Ui to
realize the value of mental culture in any other than purely toebanml M es.
It Is to be noted, however, that the greatest discoveries In science allowed
the great Intellectual awakening. which is known as the Renalssane. Al-
most without exception, the great men whose names-have been written large
In the history of science were men of broad culture, often almost aa proficient
In literature and art as in science.
The man who goes out Into the world without the knowledge of. the human.
ties is therefore lacking in a mental, equipment which leaves him subject to
a serious handicap. General cultivation today is so widespread that the man
who enters upon his life work with a mere technical training, when he
comes in competition with men of broad culture, is at a decided disadvantage.
A combination of the ideals of purely technical study with broad university
culture offers to students the opportunity of becoming not merely engineers,
but educated gentlemen.


Among the Workers.
Fourteen countries in Europe pro-
hibit night work for women.
Boston plasterers, now receiving
sixty cents an hour, want sixty-five
cents.
Three hundred Jewish bakers on
strike at Montreal threatened a bread
famine.
The latest figures show that the
number of separate unions in Eng-
land is close to 1300.
The street car strike in Evansville,
Ind., was declared off after long ne-
gotiations. Forty of the union men
will return to work.


On one of the new tran tlantic
liners 24 bulkhead doors, each weigh-
tag half a ton, can be closed from
the bridge in 80 uwood by hydraulic
power.
CUR DM. SKIN DISEASES IC
IMA. GRATEST BLOOD
PURIFIER rnL.
If yous blood is tIpeM, U di- *d,
hot or fbll of heI s, it yea Mblooeed

i4 ormasp, ear
bet pa e. Gatmrrh, k Asa
n, eor anw blood or r d-
&(. A.) all sofI b a-t,
aes and palM a aslie blood i made
. saad "h0. D ior by espres
~w a Wbos tvl by writ-
tga O s. O e ar. s
atrw adi. oa. D0rl-be taosoe and


Around the Base,.
Be it observed that "Uncle Cy"
Young is still In the game.
Connie Mack is believed to have
strings on more than fifty players nla
the minor leagues.
Lave Cross Is now the manager of
the Charlotte. N. C., team and is
playing second base.
Brooklyn rumors are again cur-
rent that Billy Keeler will be the Su-
perba's manager next season.
Worcester's sensational third base-
man, Hugh Bradley, has been
bought by the Boston Club for Sep-
tember delivery.


SHARING, PULCEYS, SCLT8
iiMAM WML MIA. U.

To Cool Water Without iee.
The following Is an excellent meth-
od of cooling water: FRI a gallon
bottle, and then wet a crash towel or
any other cloth and wrap it around
the battle; set nl a draft and in a
few hours the water will be found to
be cool; the hotter the day the obol-
er the water. Tlis is the prisal-
pti. of the Ice plant. As the mole*
lter is ,evaporated from the toel,
the Ihat is drawn from the water,
t It cool and plesasat. ln Mx.
ico Uad Cuba a porous earth Jar 's
used, and water soaks through cool-
Ing the water within. In country
towns butter and vegetables are kept
la the celar in wet cloths and roe
mat oo l and Ana.-BDotea Globe.


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S VALKE PmI O -.
Well panted Is value added wbeth-
er the beme be built for one thousand
dollar orte thoueand. Well palanted
mesas higher selling value, and high-
or eepylag value for there's an
additionall pleasure In living Iq the
hue that is well dressed.
National Lead Company aemist In
making the right use of the right
petat by medtn free upon requeet to
all who Mk for it, their "Houmeown-
erm' Painting Outfit No. 49." This
outfit Ineludes abookof color schemes
for either exterior or Interior paint-
tla, a book of speplAfations and an
tIntrumeat for detecting adulteration
ia paint materials. Address National
Lead Company, 1002 Trinity Build-
Iag, New York City, and the outfit
will be promptly seat to you.
Pew of as are so fortunate as to
be taken at our own valuation.


dw ad ats vao mayy


There are folks who know every-
thint about everybody else but them.
.lves. ,
la aum chlddre eat ,mripe fruit
Paakir (Priy DaiW) on hand.
The dsay of the woman su ffreists.
so *me foretold, is oomoag at last,
a amao the C oaoo Trbune. One
e been t Wart for them at Lae
Alahia-YukonPVftoMc DpoelonL
NmW WTRBNOT1 IOR WOMUN'S

Weame who emger vtth behac he,
beartag dowa pal, dmines and that
eosetant duU, hired
feellas, will find
emfort ia the ad.
Tvle of Mrs. James
T. Wright, of 519
Goldaborough t.,
aste"a, Md., who
asya: 'My back was
In a tWry bad way.,
sad when not palatial
was to weak It felt
a If broke. A friend urged me to
try Det's Kidnae Plla whleh I did,
ad thaW helped s fro the start.
It made s ed like a aew waomap.
a4d seO I was doefg my work the

Meol -b 0 V., Stal4 N. T,
IPrWMiNW BRBMD.
"Pyamoth IRok,'* remarked the
mesal Ise. is eomer'toae of the
*Ut." uert the d4nealiser, "are
S a vie 9 of boardla houae pool.
7.w t"r._m em Me .-


HISTORCAL DAIfA.
"What do they put under these
cornersetoner
"Oh. ourrent,coins, literature and
the like. We want posterity to know
about our peculiar customs."
"Then why not include one of the
current bate ?"-Louisville Couriern
Journal.


Bough on Ratls unbeatable ermintas
Rough on Hea oe, NeMt Powder, S.
Rough om Bedbugs, Powder or LIq'd, q .
Rough o leas, Powder or LAqlud, So.
Rough on Roaahea, Powd, 1o.,1U qd, 8o.
Rough an Moth and Anta, Powder, 850.
Rough on Skeeters, agreeable in use, Sa9
L. Wells, Chemist JerCy ty, N. J.


The
reaps
In it I


wane of the harvest moon
all the mischief it has doqe
fullness.


O. Oaam'so Bofs, of Atlanta, L, are
tw oaly suee--fnal Dropsy IoUialt n the
world. 'ee their liberal ofr adverse.
seat a another eoluma of this paper.
The deeds of a citizen are not to be
proclaimed with praise. Should duty
have a pianola attachment?
KA W W Sootheing Srupf Chles
.pe ,ssitus r tbs..., ddu a Indaw
,mmaaqipm, oureMwind eolie. M a lottu
Sympathy opens the windows to
life's sunWbine, preaches the Chilago
Tribune.


For COLMD &a d5IP. *
I CAWUVM5~I tebast medyr


The Japs will bear watching, and
_some Americans will bear the same,
thinks the Ratimore American.
BABY HORRIBLY BORNE
By BoUla O e --k AU Came
o One lde of Paee ad Heed--
Thought Her Diesfured For Life
-Used Caticr: Not Sear Left
"My baby was sitting beside the fender
and we were preparing the breakfast wltn
the fryig.-paa full of boiling preas was up-
set and it went all over one e s of d er *
and head. Some one wiped the scald with a
towel, pulling the entire skin off. We took
her to a doctor. He tended her a week
and gave. me some stuff to put on. But it
all feted and I thought the baby was
difigured for life. I used about three
boes of Cutioura Ontmaent and. it was
wonderful how it healed. In about Ave
weeks it was better and there wem't a
mark to tell where the scald bad been.
Her kin i just like velvet. Mrs. liam,
I E S. 1k uth B.eldb, h am, BLg.
l.ad, i, 19p." s
Potter Drunq Chem. Corp., Solp Prop.
of CAutiu Ream Boston. M
7U number of poatomoe In the
United State Is near the 63,000 mark,
ealthoug thouand have been diMoon*
tinued slace rural free deliUvery was
iM *coed.___ __


SnCATAMNMFER
SAM TNMOAT MMS
uCres the sick and acts as a preventive for others. Liguid
ven on the ton ood mare and all others IWO
idney emdy; oee a$d I$1 a bottle; 1 and $10 the *doe.
old ball druggist and horse goods houses, or sent, exprm
paid, by the manufacturers.
1PORN MEDICAL CO., Chealsts, 0HKN, INDIANA
Ants Use Combs and Brushes.
No creature is more tidy than an IF ,-O
ant, who can not tolerate the prs- NEVRWR N
ence of dirt on her body. These lit-
tie creatures actually use a number
of real toilet articles in keeping
themselves clean. No less an author-
Ity than Dr. McCook sayt their toilet to, -..t dti y
articles consist of coarse and fine t0lsAtb
toothed combs, hair brushes, sponges. W : WM
and even washes and soap. Theor M M
saliva is their liquid soap, and their \ Ao I LAM vaca
soft tongues are- their sponges. Their i -- AND
con*bs, however, are the genuine. UARANl
article and differ from ours mainly
In that they are fastened in the'r i ,,,.s
legs. The ants have no set time for Ata SUOWseeS
their toilet operations, but stop and CAUW Ft
clean up whenever they get soiled.- ,eutui M mM
St. Nicholas.
After a woman passes 35 she no V SVes
longer observes her birthdays, anarls W r VJ Ric
the New York Times, but her Removeb t wolg 6 In Lto12
trends do. dys; effects a permanent cure
in 3oto 6odays. Trialtreatment
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o..^ add that the c'xtenasation of uk O
Oki t of Amp of lowA1oere is a sub 't of the deespst IlteKl
ftU -ted to havo decided that a tole. tst to the man who keeps his tetat
IbOS oaspy o f cannot refsetoper and his deent manner when
tMo vies for a householder be telephoning. .
~ine wX Vaalt the operator or. *
besilse he is t the bab INDIANS' UDDEN WEALTH...
11i -wOavesdropping on party limes, ---
f Wr the New York uan. TAe text They Wanted Their Money In Green
th 'eeadoin 1is not At hasd and Ibacks for pispley. *
l effect therefore canot b,) Wealth has suddenly come to the
but evidently the company h PFrench River Iddiana through the
d to be without power as sale of the valuable timber O their
Sf the language and manner lands near IAke Niplsnta. lor aDny
US Ion'temers. What reeourse a year the late chief of the O0ibways
4USeme operator assailed with ln* sternly repulsed the a4vanoes of the
Meat, violet or profane laftiuage lumbermen, 4ut hi sson has yielded
would bave the newspaper despatches to their solloltatlons, and it is stated
do not set forth. It might be in a that altogether the band will ultl-
proseoution for disorderly conduct, mately be entitled to something like
threats and even assault. For the 200,000. The distribution is being
etatore who lsteas to conversations made by -Indian Agent Obokburn at
over the line he uses, billing n Sturgeon calls. The assembled
mush is not too severe a punishment. braves listened stolidly to the ex*
The temptation to profane and planatious of the agent that the
violent language over the telephone piece of paper each received meant
is fe)t and acknowledged even by that a large sum of money was In
those strong men who resist it Why the Quebec bank to their credit,
is the number busy at the moment which could be obtained "when re-
when we want to arrange for to- quired. A short lecture on banking
wortow's picnic? Probably It lsn't and the convenience of the savings
at all; that lasy girl is simply ne0- department followed, after which the
lectina us aad llrting with some clerk recipients marched solemnly to the
over the wire. Then comes strong bank and drew the face value of the
language; a relief for the feelings, checks. ,
it may be. but we have been inform- Burdened with wealth, they return-
ed that it reaches the ears not of ed to the agent's office, where each
the operator for whom it is Intended Indian piled his money upon the ta-
but of a callous person whose sole ble and Joyfully regarded the stacks
duty it is to lister-to the abusive of greenbacks which spelled ease and
outbursts of Irate customers. comfort for some time to come. -One
There was once a popular series Indian Insisted on having bills of
of stories of "flirtatious operators." small denomination and was loaded
What basis had these yarns? We 'up with a mountain of greenbMoks.
never encountered an operator who With a grin he staggered into 'the of.
was other than coldly businesslike. Ioe, money 'bulging out of every
*Our instinctive "Thank you!" Is cut pocket. Slowly unpacking himself,
In halves by the pulling of a plug he piled hi 'treasl're on the table,
or lifting of a'jack, or whatever me* makingg a bigger d'slay than any ot
Mbalcal action disootsects the wire. his red brothers which afforded h'm
"Will y79 please"-we begin when the greatest satisfaction.
our watch has run down., "Ask Is*. With dlI-ulty the men were d's-
tofeatdo" comes over the wire with suaded from carrying off thdir money
a de0erousmess that is saytntag but to the reserve, twenty miles across
entiolaug. "I am much obliged" is Lake *Nipissins; but finally, after
cut of In the flower of Its polite making generous purchases and pay-
youth by the final click. It may be | ing their bills, nearly all deposited
that our voice is not attractive to their wealth In the bank. It Is stat-
the young woman at the central .of- ed ~at the sa@I will mean an in.
flee. come to some families of 600 a
As for swearing at a telephone op- year. A not unnatural result of this
erator, t belongs In the same Class sudden acquisition of wealth has
with kicoking the door on whA.k A bean the frequent and prolonged via.
might groping householder bas bean its of young bucks from other
od his head. The Instinct to such tribes, who are finding new attrao.
useless acts kees deep Into bam" tons among the asides of the Dokis
history, Professor THIBANDIFHAT families. The ematrknonial market
hearts that it is a survival fro s b "h' quite a boo. One
that stage of development in whioh vodd4a has al~p4dy t&ken plaeoe ad
eh rock, tree, river, pool and mou Sn ad landeno area favorable for
Wtin had its spirit to be propitiated na m eI the br tufre, a r '
WDuunlhsd as the victim of its gooJ ery Dokis ndeW replats am Isa.
$1 or mallet believed discreet. mediately. ao s a1ue ef about 8a00
the has not longed "to take it out' d a prospetve yarly come of
Sthe transmitter and receiver when .-Lod Tlah
r essential guest blandly Infoorm-* 0- ndOB Tleoih.
q4 Idl frbm twelve miles away, jat Pulled Out en et s
as the butler was announcing din "rih potatoes have been the hap
qr, that, "he had been forced to py aeno7 of keepinS many of our
his plans a.nd coulat ot trck Sgrowers from 'golog broke' this
St"T Of courm profanilty year," said Mr. 3, W. Brown, a bust-
sever doelsible, but me w9e!e es ma..of 8uftolk, Va., at the Rea-
". Let the man of the house eot. "They were the only paying
M wMsfe to the telephone when crop our farmers bate caseat.4
are srriving .6 She B(B th thi season. In the Norfolk dise
BSSSrJV._tria thousaands upo' thoasads of
Stt iWMlt e bet teesm of oabbages have been plowed
? y a2lbeause they were at too low a
fif._g em1. t .'dil"l -- 'to et--i*e to maripet Lsw.
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ANO TO THAT END WE ARE SACRIFICING GO ODS
THAT YOU NEED RIGHT NOW. WE LOBE SIGHT OF
THE COST ENTIRELY-HALF THEIW( FORMER PRICE
18 WORTH MORE "TO US NOW THAN TO CARRY
THEM* OVER, AND THEY GO FOR A LITTLE MONEY.
WE NEED THE ROOM AS WELL AS MONEY FOR OUR
IMMENSE FALL STOCK, WHICH WILL SOON BEGIN
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