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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 25, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ool Book of the new County NOTICE O APPLICATION FOR J. Fredhelm Co. of Chcgo
















U ow allowance for old book- Note I hereby given that Wm. ne n Chago and neighboring
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-' .Tw-Min. d. Mz....n87. le fourteen Florida boy upon County, Florida, to-wit: reaching out .n the West alsO. apd
.a 1 ala e e 'rdT whom degrees were conferred by the Ne, of nw,, Section 82, Town- when the Forida season is over,
i 1 rI" "f8 l n oierity of step o.wProd Tining- she H, Range 26 E.--t0 Acres. during which they will undoubtedly
;- T -- -;- - l.. I. ...f A Notie said land bei en athese at handle many hundred care for the
: .... ** ,- "* .. ** ....). ley -leelved degree of A. M. the date of the isuance of such cer- ie. for the s ote.,mun
*. St ltM. 88d utOcate in the name of Abboe A. Exchange, they expect to handle
(K.*, "" M- *..M. D* W. The local Ohtrop A90yciation at Unles, aid certificate shall be re- Friedheom sent W. M. Eaunders
I: :---- I --- r -thi-gho Ise at Creon ent City JunctioOw n wyofie, an the 27th day of cepping peaches and apple. From

[" hPrslkm r ta m nal^ shi hoN. es at that h ide-treMk. Tharty wl sa tie or the ath day os September, Saunders was with Newhall f Son-
I:... W .M4 OD. forty thou0and boxea hre o, thr A.tD.lef*l until they retired from busnne;o.
tare. pledp4 the Assoelation from Haxar HUToxxNeoA,
,; An.other vwet and dry" peatloo oy pn ee Putnam County, Florida. FOX SALE.
r. Jyeelod. Bhe p Prlda inan muoh rower anre so f, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TPitndal situation for a
I.F h "Boo"k- of the new CoInty Farrt Extbange or orgaoising any TAX D.on *u o The Board ol County Commlt-
S J -"---- for -re -ried list lonal exehaneh Noeroda ha.e.been Do.n innp herebser gTen that Wm. lro will nt wain terepa re
r ./-hOwl allowanr e for old bookwl h old at thit point in 16 yeari and but te N. e ao dated the 6th day of July Poor Farm.
' Agerman*Stewrt Drag Co. pe4 few In tde past 80 years. Every- A. D. 1906. has anled said certIcate Thip Farm oonsisth of Eighty (r0-
S h0 d.nthing ds consigned. Every grower in my oen e, and ham made applica- sores of rich hammock and muck
IL..ere a B Jo good *hape. pate up his own n ropd r and with tion for tax deed tdo Iue In accord lands F situated 1e ilnef from Flors-
I !. TIWedtds eaan i iht 60 baem thenr many years experience, thel brue the r oelown odtecribedprop tro; C o. ne stoo? resge ; good Jwor
lll t frenoon. Shrimp ba1- tiol and much better than mout,and Florida, to-wit: D.Ths i an Ideal Pituataon for a
SI tbel returned, a compared to most mWtnf my official s eionat home, and lr well ads ted to tlhe
,re asbool trastees ]hav rdered 1^0 seethir n Borth Florhda, how up To nse thip 15th Rayoe Sepme .- rowt of i ruit, Coro whlatka, Fa.
r a large water task and wll have mucb better. The said land being assessed at the about forty otres under cultivation
S -lr lrteted oaud water piped Iate date of the issuance of anch certif- preen year, with fences in good re-
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". the school "elldl'a at opu*. Land companies are golng after le.. the c ae *ball We pl
re ill at t Palat. He loAN MATEO, FLA SOctoberPT. 25AD. 1909. Punhm $1.00 a Yr

















,tetatr*UL s owingaldlowanc for old books Notice Is hereby given that r yessIen Chicago a nd H neighboring
Ian srddJuneAbA.D.1,hnd106o.,a filed said IaCfCrcuitCoutPtl ,kFl.















Se arrived from certificate In m office, and has made n of te land Hln Huroaote
LmW Weatherd fm illata and Is keeping bachelor's application for tax deed to issue in experleneh of energy e
hall this week. He came down by accordance with law. Said certif- Integrity, and no man stands higher
















a from Valae, Nworay rof altre wso o ofat embraces the following de- it thWa trade. Friedan & Co., are
















Se -, p urchaer of oneo Waltham Wat.heHfol id nickel, dut
S.W I l and .fa-. ly. Capt i..... s. e twestdoth of a Certlolw t N:o proof ca,bstemt wind, soi let, open
S-~,~ who degee wrcofrd t e y ,, w.lm d e rrdof, n.w.h, Section 821, Town- when the Florida season is over,















y r. d e~, uhe said land being assessed at handle many hundred on carsrtate in
S ied foh Ndew Yatk and a oz- my o e, and issue made applof such cer- Exchange, they expect to handle
i .d b.. o. the week. y t I l0 F* ion for tax deed to mlue in abbord- A.


beenspendingAewt oe mu fa.e d G oore Sprimn b dn
SP aw r 0 ve spi$braces t e followin described prop- od. supply limited at this price.
St Woresate, New York. tered la thie paltry bales five erty stated In autuam County,
.ye"sao with 'v-"-a- *W .o n o Florida, to-wit: sNDx OADMIS TO
W*t I It Me today S. finse white Le. Il S. BanVe E.- Acres. ROWTN
The sft4d R ald O saysl M. M. bores. Boe average MO down ,,n 'bel- assessed at SmASE. WTON
Sswart, am WM known elrv- per day, ad is reeilvriag average a le uamed. L Walles. Palatk, Florida
,, has eJ 6M aW d ste ked p4le so ene per doMw. There Umleus laid certifafie shall be r .
,;I he boMTi e to mat e msveral mre famerse who have leadacco rdng to law. tax deed ser ,m.r C.
41 @ vati ty". It K.lk made emWo y I tn e pooUry ad w L A~b. 0 .,0 I.M of
^HIM jl. ^jsMMRm tI I* *r Nl ofa fe daial sfigaturea Plank's bill Toni.e for Ma-
Sh lawid. Obeor to Dow ftO**eres *a* their s tww eaof Bep a. irnl*k'
No ,,", W I "o * At De ,, lara, Oills. Fever, Colds and


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Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
- a des.rip--one. Undertakes and m.beamem.
mt srtrea codale* M Orocker and O -asa Ta.M.ew --
wm MaSle a, 044"PuO e China Glamwm Lamps, ea.
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Orangis, Grape Fruit, Pineapples
and All Florida Products.
r GET IN TOUCH WITH US. WE HAVE EXCELLENT FACILITIES
FOR HANDLING FANCY FRUIT, VEGETABLE AND PRODUCE. .
WRITE O WIRE FOR MARkET.
RUBBER STAMP ON APPLICATION.
CHASE. W. APPEL & CO, LTD.
!09 POYDRAS STREET. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Established 1884.
25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANGES.

Cerrish Brothers
2 and 54BOSTON. MASS
Commercial St. BOSTON. ss.
N COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Members of NaUonaal Lague 0 oinmlsqlon Merchants o 1U. r
RcMeren"e: The Item, 4th Nat. Bank, Boston. ... .
WRITU US FIOR o TWNCIIA


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CO IRSSION MERCHANTS

CHARLEISTON, S. C.
THE LARGEST RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLI
TON. SHIP US PEACHES, CANTA LOUPES AND MELONS. V 0 U
WILL FIND IT A. PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH US, BECAUSE
WE ARE RELIABLE AND WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
1I BAST BAY. 1 AND 3 ATLANTIC WHARF

Why Stay North and Freeze?

Come to Ban Mateo and spend the winter out of doors, and you vll
come again
If you want to rent a cottage, write us; we have them furnished, and
ready to move in. Byrlyn Place. (see advertisement in this paper) can-
not be beaten In Florida for a board Ing house. Write-


Real Estate Agency.


Kennerly


hardware


PALATKA, FLORIDA,
EADQVUARTER* FOR ---

A aRaIi. aid Eliood lW ire F
Get their delivered prices before buying elselhW



EVENTUALLY


YOU WILL USE


Armourl a F Iiz

WHY wOTN OW?

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Manufactured in Jacksonville.
Sales Agent, S. W. ROWLEY.


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B. R. SBoley


ORCHARD SPRAY PUMPS
SPRAYING SOLUTIONS
IRRIGATING PUMPS


Tour brlt sad vegetables to the live houew

IOHLEY BROS.,
la the live market on lie street:


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II aIy hIniurd by
Capital
Surplus .
Stookholders Liability
Aotual pseurity to depositors


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


NOT--ThIs Bank Is Number One on the "Honor Roll" of
National Banks In Florida, and No. 4187 in the whole
United States, among over sixty-eight hundred National
sao".


Proven by our saocess and our reputation.


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Ask our patrons.


CmOri Tretmot


Open an account with us and we will demonstrate it


FIRST


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BANK,


St. Augustine, Fla.


Self-Opening Cate """..o..
For any driveway or posts. Ope*.
ed by any vehlee without assist-
ance or stoplig. Easily opened by
hand, on foot or horseback, and
never stands unfastened. Cannot
be opened by any stock. With full
control of reins and teams, acci*
dents are avoided. The machia*
cry is all above ground, and so
simple it never gets out of order.
Satisfaction or no sale. It adds
V uvovonce.e e iAnd safety of any home.


MANLOVE CATE 0O., "* .9 f
STETSON SHOES FOR MEN.


mNOOLL.


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Place Your FIRE INSURANCE With '

The i. Loper Bailey Comn
Opposite Westem UVies Telegraph Office, Palatka, ft
TIME TRIED AND


FIRE TESTED.


INSURE YOUR LIFE IN

The Gmania Lif IuranceW C
N1W YORK.
Strong, Liberal, Prom
.ead P tal -Or Rates and Partlculars.

G. Loper Bailey, Mg


'Palatka


Fla.


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


The only authorized bottlers are


The Palalra Coca Cola Botling


EDWARD SUMMER, Prop.,


Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.
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QUEEN QUALITY & AMERICAN
OIRL SHOES FOR LADIES.
A full line of Shoes for Boys, Misses & Chlldreo


CITY SHOE STORE.


HERBERT CROOK.


Prop.


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


Admission ioc.


Children 5c.


Wo0a


PA LATHA,


FLA.


--Dealers in---


FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOX]
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATEd
01 all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nj
- Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, EtU
WRITE FOR PRICES.


Smith's Kom-XMade Candy-All Kinds
Chociat.e, Bon-Bons, Kisses,


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*UTTrRCUPe, TAFFY AND MIXTUMRS.


SPAILS. HT U COLO DNIEm.
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OF UVLR'SQANISS -


Palatka


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From Distilled Wa
ALL OEftfR WILL ROCEIVB PROMPT ATTENTION.


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deaesd e wording teo law, tax doed
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR


TAX DEED.


Notice is hereby given that Wm.
D. Gale, purchaser of tax certifi-
cats No. 84, dated 7th day of June,
1881, has filed said certificate In my
olee, and has made application for
tax deed to issue In accordance with
law. Bald certificate embraces the
following described property sit-
uated in Putfam county, Florida, to-
wit:


Lot 2, section 5,. township 13, range
26 south and east-91 acres.
Northwest quarter of southeast
quarter, section 5, township 18, range
26 south and east-60 acres.
The maid land being assessed at
the date of Issuance of such certtl*
eate In the name of Richard Ham.
nle sd Wcertficate shall be re-
deeaed according to law, tax deed
will ossue thereon on the 27th day of
September, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 26th day of August, 1609:
(*eal.) HENRY HUTCHINSON,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
.orida.
By J. C. Balls, Jr., D. 0. tf


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED


Notice is hereby given that Ran-
dall Wells and R. L..Smlth,purchasers
of 13-14ths of tax certificate No. 166,
dated the first day of July, A. D. 1907,
have filed said fractional certificate In
my office, and have made application
for tax deed to Issue in accordance
with law. Baid oertlAcate embraces
the following deseorbed property situ-
- ted in Putnam county, Florida,- to.
wit:
South half of northeast quarter of
southwest quarter; north half of
southeast quarter of southwest quar-
ter of .southwest quarter; west half,
f northeast qr of southeast qr otk
southwest quarter; west half of saothJ
east quarter of southwest quarter;
, rth half of northwest quarter of
northeast quarter of southwest quar-
ter; southeast quarter of northwest
quarter of northeast quarter of south-
west quarter, and northeast quarter
9 northweet quarter of southwest
Wter, less 1 14 acres.
S. WieO 11 township 12 south,
m i lad belte aioes*ed at
WO jo athe lmasat of such of
In the ame at 1p. B. U. ad

"mi rtlAateosW hl be re-
Ieagam to lnw, tax daem
,thesk* the e alh day


W MUOItSM O.
wt Puttam Countr,


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Nort. k ut o ay o f Julyt 4m.

aoses t a e tcordance wil ethe
law.
"asM os tesate embraces the a.
wtos described property, Otuated
ta Pmn couaty, Floridas, to-wit:
Nrth half of northeeat quarter.
-Atle 15, township II, saoth
range 6 east-I0 acres.
4MWe Ueld and being assessed at the
Aft eftimsa te of such certifsate is
the a, eot Mr. Ros8 0cott.
tlesi mid eemtleate shall be re-
deemed aeeoding tb law, tax deed
wWU tmue theresta o the 4th day at
October, A. D1). 190.
WItnes my oAcal signature and
sea this 4th day of 8ea t emba A..
i1 : "n .- : ,
(Seal.) HNRY MtlECNSO
Clerk Circuit Court Putath Ogat.,
Florida.
By J. O. Balto D. A. tt


NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.


Netce is hereby given that J. 5.
Wells, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 721, dated first day of July, 19M
has filed seid certificate in my office
and has made application for tax
deed to Issue in accordance with the
law.
, Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property, situated In
Putam county, Florida, to-wit:
Block 4, Slsco.
Section 24, township 11, south
range 26, east-..acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of issuance of such certifi-
cate in the name of 14 H. Lovering.
,*Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 4th day of
October, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 4th day of September, A. D.
1909:
(Seal.) .HBNRY HUTCHINSON,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
Florida.
By J. C. Bale, D. 0. tt


NOTICE. OF APPLICATION
TAX DEED.


FOR


NotiUce is hereby given that Ran-
dall Wells and I~ Smith, pur-
hasers of Tax Certificate No. 2120.
dated tth day of July, A. D., 1*03.
have filed said certificate In my of-
floe and have made application for tax
deed to Issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
followed d4 cribed property sit-
uate4 in Putnam county, Florida,
to-wit:
si8 acres in aw cqr. of aw 1-4 of
aw 1-4, Section Townislp 11, a,
Range 27 "- acres.
The said land being aeessed at the
dato of the Issuanee of such certifi-
Z aIn the name of Thomas Hines.
Unless ald certfcate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 11th day Of
October, 4. D., 1909.
Witness my official signatUre and
eal this 11th day of September, 109.
HENRY HUTCHINSON,
(Seal.) Clerk Circuit Court.
Putnam County, Florda
BO J. 0. BALS, D. C. it


NOTICE


OF APPUCATION
TAX IRM.


POR


Notie is e reby given that Jba
Steddard, purohaser of TTe CetI*
ieate No. Io. dated .1st day of iae,
I. b hasle d4 said orUt- ite my
soes, and hasm *'de- q -aar
tM sed to ses auqo *et l
oAwig denied pmeI Mit
-tod In Putnm OIty, loroda


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pfree at the end ot the ptums oftM16,
to$* eondof btoat xitM a
( aNk.) t.amet t *a ift.
wealt ohety, Veark.s
By J. i. BAL er., D. C. i
fPORTdl AID PAoTIM.

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Walls rt. John"oi, of the nati-e

pionshlp Of the intereollegltet Lawn
ThreIs a hitch somewhere in the
arrangenodentsor t e of Ki Jmce aIn
the rch between t wo r gh reat-
est trotters, Hamburg Bole and Uh-
lan.


It was announced that Arthur Mer-
ritt, Yale'i best pitcher, would not
return to eilegp tht year, as he has
planned to go into business In Ari-
zons.
Ashe National Rifle Assoclation's
match for the $1500 cup offered by
offers of the United states Marine
Corps was won by Captain D. C. Mo-
Dougal, of the Manne Corps, at Camp
Perry.
Jack Johnson has 'retained his
army of helpers at his meryville
tralUng quarters, and Intends to con-
ttinue light work until two weeks be-
fore his match with Ketehel comes
off. which date is October 18.
ft


SNWS GLAXWING. .S
President Taft decided to start a
new fight for tariff revision while on
his Western trip.
The Rio Grande overflowed Its
banks at Matsmoras. Measlo, and half
the town wase flooded.
French expmaot to the United State"
show large Inerese since the pa
sage of the tariff bill.
SPour Warships are to represent
Great Britain at th Hudson-Fulton
celebration at New YTfk City.
The crauier Des Moines sunk the
X. P. Mead, a lumber schooner. In a
colltlon s ust below the Narrows.
Mawr MeClellan lasned a procla-
SeaUhts upon citiseas to decor.
Sthe hoBme for the Hudaon-Pul-
ton celebration.
I No broken bones were found In the
body of UisutenaSt Button, which was
eahumed and reburied with Cstbo!e
rites at Aril-gton.
Willism o1d OGarrison. son of the
great Abolitionlst, ad himelft well
known as a publdtist, died at his
home In LexInton. Mass.
Young Tarks at Coastantinoole re.
ewed other preanue for the dismis-
sal of abriel Noroduashlan, te
Minister of Public Works.
M. La"r announced In Paris the
lai tioa of an air omnibus, and hba
asked penal-tsm to carry pamienaee
and we disover the city.
.Wdrede of hebldren were turned
aw ay, ft the public echools In New




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Marriage by Wholesale.
Keton County. Kentucky, has
made a record for marriages at
wholesale that as probably never
been equaled in the United Statan.
Five brothers and five sisters united
in marriage is the notable event that
occurred there one day last week.
Misses Maud, Nellie. Kate, Amne and
ale Martin were married to John,
Dea, Hugh, Jack and Ditk HilL inve
sister acted as brideaaids and five
brothers of the bridegrooms acted as
best men. It was proposed to Mtl.
low the wedding with a honeIamoi
for the five happy couples to extend
to St Louis, but the lateness of the
crops prevented the men members
from leaving home at this time.
A Strenuus Int.
He ad been a regular Suday.
caller for six months, when s ever
int bhe dropped In asWed i a nmew
suit
That's a lovely weddIta "a t p
have os" remarked the
"WeN.' ped the a
1g,""YO V""ijte ,s.
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Lathe rivf c e erisa stimo of the a
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Delaware Valley watershed. pat e
laet y in ullivea and Orange em n
Pike and Wayne coantles. The chatmi
of wild and mountain ea tiro eat
that is characteristic of their eastern
counterparts s lacking e in the Il*
ana takes, however, although they oe.
Cupy the highest situation in the
State.
"There are 81 of these lakes it
Noble county alone. None of them
except Sylvan Lake is more than 150
aofes la area and there anre ltaOt
them some of not more than te
acres, but nowhere else In the tof ate
Is there a lake of spay sise whateW.



at navigation. It is ave miles lap
end ems aie wide. These h&aes Mf
the natural ndo, e-lish ofermatssron
at Deanis deelar, the original hoe
of the small iouth black ba, he
1hos11tu that te blaok bass In ever
other water eathe nitnpept are the
lineal descendants of tse In the
tIndiana labes. However that may
be, nowhere else In the country have
these fsh been augosht equal In sise
to these taken from the Ihdian
laes. The largest true small olt
ba ban of which thera Is so far
as know any record was the one
landed from Sylvan Lake some Year
ego by Sidney Smith of Rome City.
It weighed 9% pounds. From the
osae water Dr. Moyer of Kendatlville
took on9 that weighed 9 pounds."-
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at' a ar 1 pop"-
S Whether the b eet e- oG
e t all nthe me ath g or tae

bI*@ at pasthbatart es .eap
witthm e King Amese o rt ollyW

f teddetBsoo t s e te Isftb a
Maer pyeorwhte ,elth Anb bot'
at to be p rtilarabot is to be
as how yow own WEt.

S Sapr's shop Aos Ot 14 it plisa a

lyS he black IMd: "COm In ad
have your picture taken with Pre-
dent Taft.'"
The trick is tuered, of omea, by
th simple method of imptosin theo
plates of President Taft 4wtth out-
stthed hand, as f t a reetola, or
in a friendly arm poe The uslo.
* however, is very good, aMd the per
petrator has been amkMin moey
Sver swine the inausmatm on woen
postcard takers killed the starts with
si ODar enticements. The Capitol or
White House looms convincingly In
the sckground. and In the forefroat
there you are In the Presidential
grip and under the radiance of the
Presidential smile. Of coume your
friends in Wayback believe they
have ocular demonstration that yo14
are the whole show when you comeO
to. Washnlaton!- From the os.
Ville CourterJoarital's Washington
Correspondence.


*'' Aeommodating.
At Washington the newspaper cor-
rempoudets *are telling te following
story about Repreentative Walter
Brownlow, of Tennessee. Recently
he called up somebody at the White
House. He had a ferce the. Cen-
tral, who tried to get the number
for him, appeared to be Ineperienoed
S or asleep. Mr. Brownlow ordinarily
the most patient of men finally lost
his patience.
"Look her!" he shouted: "quit this
S folishness. Either live me the
White House or give me some place
t where I may at least talk to my In-
tellectual equal!"
lenace for a moment, and then
over the wire came a good loud
H'tello!" In a man's voice.
S Mr. Brownlow was much relieved.
| "What place is this?" he asked.
SqThe Government Hospital for the
S Jsane, across the river," came the
s mower.
Representative Brownlow is now eo-
deavortin to ascertain that Central's
name. He wants to have her prom
meted. That's what he says to the
newspaper men.-dJuade
S.
The SpIrItuel Une.
A ood story is told ot a very am
date doctor of divinity. When re-
teralmn by train from obhrch oon-
grees a fellow passengr ndertook
to drw his lnto conversUtlo, and
So tar asceeded that the reverend
gentleman asked him t6 what profess
I l a be happened to belong.
W"Oh" said the layma, ebheerfUt l
Stis the coetto lit."
Oh, Indeed," repUied the cless.
S- an, r ely; "thee Is a Sood deal
t of elasiess gol s o I the branch
n. * I umeRta md**
I lsa." sl the layman, with
Sea Pnlos sile. 'And may I ask
wha It is your line?"
V ald the acle mn patreals
lM with the Nese apmernh te
A Joe he waa ever e to pe.p.
atMe, "I a the airitual line."
*See K I l tltak s amW" w
-i JeWNo bad a the 4i
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GRADER. L.J ..b
hS egoi et IT y1We e9rnoe a fm bter of 1MIOH-RADl fIRUIT GRADEW. A perfect Grader, easy
ft 4q uMoot 1eraim the aidt, eaunot ldog la the machine, lightet r running ad most up t6 date machine
Slm t. IW peelol P-AgI House ounshae built to order, aupplie, equipmet, Eto. White moe Je
M y wat. KNoehf too a s10 o reeive my perswd attention. Al kinds of turned work to erl
W imsf sad deslM t who e the vstemr ean maufam er.
Dw. M. M AJLiULX, Platka, FloridaM U. S. A.
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Character, Culture, Coladuot
Per Catalogue Address the President:
Wm. F. Blackman, Ph.D., Winter Park, Fil.

--
50,000 PECAN TREES
FOR SALE.
Write me for one of my new books
on Pecan Culture.
By sending me fiftty cents I will
send you a box of Pecans of diff*
eant varieties. Yours truly,
0. A. YANCGEY,
Buskie, La.


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40 acrL, s&w. Utu
sd4 oilattvaeod. H.,Jse
barn, etc., wlithn .*
4Ci& and dcpo. A baa
I.0. Teres i~ desired.
two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
lad large living room, about
and recently set out in or-,
6 nialy situated In center
Oottae furnished. For rent


acres, river i des., t.
rose* 1mile. Would fmn;e
Se *tl ranch, couldn't be
2 million feet pine, 1 1-2
rpetS, 6 million eet atf ash,
maple, magnata, etc.
i, -room house end farm,
-A. Under fence. The price,
#a alem. If you mean business
dad see this.
ad& in a stock company
lI growtng oranges and grape
Started business five years
and from 2 per oent paid the lst
the stock paid 10 per cent the
ea. Shares are $100 each. Send
booklet.
Sf
. SL Pinealpp;le lands In Dade
on railroad. acre lots, $20
I It you want pineapple land
already in bearing, write

Pretty little grove with fine
for house on river bano,
Wive hundred boxes fruit this
Wharf on the property and
g house.

Strict. one of the beat la San
V, l oranges or peaches, about
I cleared, fences not nla bst of
Small house and ~cktag house.


No. 109. 20-room house. Cost over I
$3,300.00 to build. 85 acres land.,
peach trees, 200 young orange
trees. Barn. Nice location; shelled
Street and sidewalk on frqnt. Priee
$4,600.00. A good opening for some
meO to make expenses by tAl a.
boarders while fruit trees re comin
Into bearing. Easy tenms. Photo.
No. !-4,.30 acres lan suitable tfo
attle ranch; some of the Cnest gar
dea land, small orange grove, flowing
ells of pure water, fronting on St
Johns river with Florida East Coast
Mliway running through the property
Ask the price.


*mmu,*,* r
Do you want an Interest In bearing,
erange grove? No better Investment
I Florida. Write for particulars, es
Mmate of profits, expenses, etc.
Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It costs less
than to go farther south and then come
back.

Building lots la good location. $100
to $600; 100x200 feet to 6 acres in
extent.

We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18,000. Write us
about price you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down in
December for his health, bought 10
acres of land for $(00. had it set out
to oranges and grapefruit.; and before
he left n spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his #S-
peuses for the winter. ,He refused to
$A.


*ortmizers 4p4
I GARDINKRg:-
Send for our booklet entitled FLOR-
IDA VEGETABLES. It contains des-
criptions of our old reliable general
vegetable formulas sad oer new
SPECIAL CROP PORMULAS for
IIEANS, TOMATOES, CELERY, LET-
TUCE, CUCUMBERS, WATERMSI-
ONS. POTATOES, etc., and forty-4ix
pages of practical directions for rals-
lug the various crops. Each article
has been revised by a successful
grower of the product taken as his
subject. Sent free on request.
SEED POTATOES-Our northern
grown SEED POTATOES will be on
the market the latter part of October.
We are booking orders now. Remem-
ber that securing the RIGHT SBED
is an Important factor in your suc-
cess.
PUZZLES.-We are still sending
a 110-piece IDEAL JIG SAW PUZZLE
for the names of four users of. fertil-
izer.
Write us your needs. We can sup-
ply them and save you money.

Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company


Jacksonville, Fla.


T-U-US3E-


PFro 1Lm Ml alna are giving greatest satisfaction to our
Hundreds of customers in Florida.
They always grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
mafeA-A fI In planting groves now, think of the
MW NOUNU U1IIE f future. THE SUCCESS OF YOUR IN-
V UINT depends on the trees you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE, but
eae to ,
MAf fRhg l B IfTrees guaranteed to arrive at destUna.
hdqTm tur1 6 tiolain good order. If they don't, we
regaes thom. NO WHIT FLY.


F-Want a Hoim t Plorldl, CmA to Mat
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OPENS OCTOBER IIRST, W100.
WrALTHY, high pine woods coun try. Convenient for side trip to St
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Scan be bad on short notice.
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lle kbm Mlyer. 400 aere Orange Groves at San Mateo,
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VALATIS, N. Y.
APTER OOTO8R 1ST. aN MATBO, FLORIDA.


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other Fruit. Nut and Onamental Trees free.
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Begun Movement

, Work on Bridge to Span St. Johns
River is Already Under Way.

WILL MAKE FINE SHOWING.
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First of the Times-Union Series of
County Editions Will Deal With
Putnam.


From Florida Times-Union.
Putnam county, which is to be the
first county to have an exclusive re-
view edition in the Times-Union so-
ries which will take in the entire
state, county .by county, may well
expect great results from this ex-
ploltation of its resources and possi-
bilities, for Putnam Is especially fa-
vored by nature and these favors she
is making greater by her own effort
as time progresses. With a review
which covers every pertinent point
regarding the progress and advan-
tages of this county, distributed
among thousands of people who are
seeking just such a locality in which
to live or invest their money, the re-
sults should be far-reaching and of
great benefit to the county as a
whole.
With a present population of 15,000
Putnam county has an area of 494,-
080 acres with only 8,390 acres devot-
cd to agriculture. The acreage de-
voted to oranges is sufficient to prom-
1 s 400,000 boxes of citrus fruit this
season and the showing in products
raised on the comparatively small
.aceage cultivated is truly phenome-
aidal. Before the great freeze this
, was one of the most productive or-
a*p sections in the state and it is
Spidly coming back into its own lan
trepect. One feature of the coun-
V ebh gives a great Ilpetus to agW
$*u iral posibliUties Is the great
of owlag arteia, wells,
f which have ever been ksow
4a eve when the sow is na-
S a dpth of thirty to sixty
there are chains of
e the county.

prompt ship
watr to the ou*".
is every promb
intalve farmer
sih~rowd


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Dunns creek or Deep river, adding
another link to the chain which will
bind the county east of Palatka firm-
ly to the county seat of Putnam, Both
contracts have been let and work will
begin soon on the smaller bridge.
The remaining $10,000 In this bond
issue is to go for hard roads, the main
object being to -build two great com-
mercial arteries which will make Pa-
latka t(ihe hub of trade in this section.
One of these roads will extend
from the eastern side of the big wag-
on bridge through Ban Mateo and
across the smaller bridge at Dunns
creek and through the peninsula to
the Volubia county line. The western
artery will extend from Palatka
through Inteilachen, Keuka, Edgar.
Johnson and the smaller villages
along this line to the Alachua coun-
ty border where it is expected the
Alachua county commissioners will
Join it with a like road.
Besides these two main roads it is
expected that the bond money will be


u' IUmIle to uICI Id severaI *oii
stretches of hard road to connect
those already constructed in various
parts of the county, the whole giving
Putnam county one of the best sys-
tems of hard roads to be found in
the state. The taxable values in the
county are now placed at $2,920,528
and it is expected that these will be
greatly increased upon the completion
of the system of hard roads.
Putnam county's natural resources
are not confined to its fertile soil.
Great tracts of fine timber are stand-
ing and thousands of acres are now
yielding turpentine in copious quan-
tity. The timber of the county has
been scarcely chipped by the axe of
the woodman and this is now and
will continue for years to yield great
wealth for those who reduce it to
lumber. Some of the largest saw
mills in the state are located In Put-
nam county and the county is dotted
with manufacturing plants which usel
a great portion of the output of the
mills.
Socially, Putnam vies with any
county in the state. The schools are
kept well up to the standard pre-
scribed by the state board of educa-
tion and there are 3,311 pupils, enroll
ed in the Bfty4our schoqs of the
county, requiring the services of pv-
onty-inae teachers. There are eleven
Incorporated towns la the county,
each with its churches, schools and
nla many instances lodges, thus lnsur-
Ing a high standard of ciUseNahip
which Western sections now compet-
ing with Florlda for new blood cannot
offer the homeaeeker.
On the whole, the showing whisk
Putuam county will make la the ialt-
lal edition of the Timea-VUnlesa rt
should attract the attettloa of a large
number of those peoote who are seek-
nag a aew hoe sla more congenial
iOeundiaep amd wheM tdhy say
p sr weoU.

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That e Io Pass stV
are progelve ad alive to thr adu
vantas is ashowm by the reat ten
ias e of $1904", all of wiS k aeer
is now in the county treseary ready
Ito be expended for the purposes for
which it was secured. The county is
in a flourishing condition and todar
could pay off in coin every cent it
owes and still have enough for run-
ning expenses.
This bond money now 4n the treas-
ury will be expended for a new court
house, two bridges and hard roads.
The court house is to be erected at a
-cost of $35,000. being the least, pro.
portionately of the Improvements.
Bids have been advertised f(d and
will be opened at the next meeting
of the commissioners. Perhaps the
most talked-of Improvement to the
new wagon bridge to span the St.
I Johns river, connecting Palatka with
East Palatka and the splendid agri-
cultural country beyond. This bridge
will cost $46,000 and the work upon
Its construction began this week. An-
other $10,000 will be expended to span


Go With a Rush.
The demand for that wonderful
stomach, liver and kidney cure, Dr.
King's New Life Pills-is astounding.
S. W. Rowley says he never saw the
like. It's because they never fail to


cure. sour stomach, constipation, indi-
sestion, biliousness, jaundice, sick
headache, chills and malaria. Only
25c. 8. W. Rowley. tf
FRUIT EXCHANGE
DIRECTORS MEET
Tampa, Fla.-The directors of the
Florida Fruit Exchange had a meet-
ing at its headquarters here, at which
the gratifying information was gain-
ed that fully 2,500,000 boxes of the
present crop of the state's citrus fruit
will be handled through the exchange.
It is thought that by the middle of
next week early oranges from some
sections of the state will begin to
move. The situation which has been
closely watched 4by the exchange offi-
cers to enable them to prevent as
much as possible the shipment of
green fruit is very satisfactory, and
there will be less immature fruit to
go out of Florida than has been the
case for many a season.
Though the crop will be a very
large one. perhaps the largest in the
history of Florida orange industry,
there has been lIm disposition to
plaoe fruit too early on the market.
and visiting fruit buyers whd are
seeking purchases are being obliged
to await the convenience of growers.
A Hurry Up Call.
Quick! Mr. Druggist--Quick!-A
box of Buoklen's Arnica Balve-Here's
a- quarter-For the love of Moses,
hurry! Baby's burned himself terri-
bly-Johanle cut his foot with the
axe-Mamie's scalded-Pa can't walk
from pleS Bille has boills and
my corns ache. She got it and *oon
cured all the family. It's the great.-
eat healer on earth. Sold by J. W.
Rowley. tf

**The Pal Beach county commis-
slosers have allied a boed election
for October l. The amut of the
issue is to be U AOe aMad It is all
to be aplled to the building of good
"MAL


writers and *tat Pher ,1
* thie Florida tUe' Uloes hba
eateret upon taik edeot nagwl,
tude and of most vital Itportasce
to the state of Flerida-the setting
forth for the outside world of all the
resources, possibilities, latent and de.
veloped, and advantages of Florida
from the standpoint of the investor,
the homeseeker or the tourist and
winter visitor.
* County by county, this work will 'be
brought to completion, each county
nla the state* being given an edition
all its own, each edition bringinging be-
forr the people among whom it will
be distributed a full knowledge of
that county, its people, its schools
and churches, its agricultural and
commercial Interests and every fea-
ture it possesses. Not an Item will
be overlooked in portraying this land
of promise to the people of the north,
the east and the middle west, and
upon reading one of these editions,
with its graphic description, Its sta-
tistics covering every Industry and
showing the prosperity and progress
of the civil bodies from year to year,
and its points of interest depicted in
picture as well as words, these people
will gain a remarkably clear idea 01
the conditions, social, financial and
commercial, obtaining in the territory
to which their attention has been di
reacted.
In order that this great work shall
not be a waited effort, the Times-
Union has secured from the various
transportation companies entering
Florida by rail and water, lists ol
names obtained through their indus-
trial departments. These names rep
resent people who have made inqui-
ries from time to time regarding
home sites, Investments or points of
interest to visit in the Land pf Flow-
ers. and they are directly interested
in any literature they may receive
from this state. As the editions are
issued they will be sent to these peo-
ple, thus placing the advantages of
each county before them in succeSi-
slon


has many obstructions, obut none so
desperate as poor health. Success
today demands health, but Electric
Bitters is the greatest health builder
the world has ever known. It compels
perfect action of stomach, liver, kid-
neys, bowels, purifies and enriches
the blood, and tones and Invigorates
ithe whole system. Vigorous body
and keen brain follow their use. You
can't afford to slight Electric Bitters
if weak. run-down or sickly. Only
50c. (Gtaranteed by 8. W. Rowley.


NEW STATE FLAG
RAISED TO THE BREEZE
Tallahassee, Fla.-The new state
flag, ordered by Secretary of State
H. C. Crawford for the capitol, ar-
rived. It Is six feet wide by eight
feet long, and is made of the best
banner silk, bordered with 8-Inch bul-
lion fringe. The white ground has
basis of crimson running diagonally
across from corner to corner, and in
the center is a large circle, outlined
with gold leaf, in which ais painted
in oils the beautiful seal of Florida.


Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de-
range the whole system when enter-
ing it through the mucous surfaces.
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 yod
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains
no mercury, and is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blooe 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
free.
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per
bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation. tt

Night on Bald Mountaln.
On a lonely nigbt Alex Betota of
Fort Edward, N. Y., cllmbed Bald
Mountain to the home of a neighbor,
tortured by asthma, ant on curig
him with Dr. Kin's New Dissvry.
that had cured himNelf of satmas.
This wonderful medicine oon relieved
and qlckly cured his beighbor. La-
ter it cured his son w e of t *
vere lung trouble. MilijOs bolwe*
It's the greatset t out ad In o4 N
on earth, sought, .olf, arep, bow
orihages sad sore lngs o s eurely
cured by It. Beat Ufor ay ffwl"9
and whooping oo .ug 1- 91 P rhal.
Aoio r-.

welt li the 1 .
the Powe do Lee ,,MONOM
alttees are already tWaIt : -
the great 400th *a 4Nar
and among the enthe tOle wii., 4
Is Postmaster George A. Alba.
Postmaster Alba has ierestl -
turned from the annual e18veotlo df
second and third ela Mi
of the United States and haa elred
the pledge from the asoc that
its convention for that year will be
held in St. Augustine during the dates
of the big celebration here.
In a quiet but effective way the
Ponce de Leon celebration commit-
tees are working already for the great
anniversary celebration. I may seem
well in advance, but it to proposed
to make this celebration one of the
greatest in the history of the coun-
try and it takes much time to pre-
pare for such a gigantic affair as this
is planned to be.
St. Augustine has the groundwork
for a crowning success In the way
of a celebration or expoeston, the
very discovery of the country by
Ponce de Leon, and her energetic
business men will see to it that this
celebration is a success and credit
from every point of view.
The Road to Success


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at box, 30 to 16 is enough. They rather large-percentage of loss
0M4e up the cover If they appeared among old fowls during hot weather. tI
S e0 wwmu-,and took off the cover al- -'Epitomist.
wr towards the last. The an- --
1W beat was sulcient. They run POULTRY NOTES. b
lfb the box to get warmed up; all Don't tolerate loafers. A hen that,
to or all run out together. Their won't work will get into mischief.
boaoy o are axz feet on the Keep the drinking water in the cool.
Sa~d they put a partition In set place possible. Sun will quickly
Sreyet the youngsters crowding." affect the water. C
se pafstls should all be well On hot, sweltering days shady re. 1
u 4 bwre the cold equloxial treats are a blessing to both old and
emse. OGttlgs them Into young fowls.
ptoers la good season beads RewHember a few drops of tincture ac
A t of W ood air is wanted of iron to the drinking water is good a
e4 brl"g in M for your birds." 01
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N BY MODERN ,.BTHODa .
i tone i8 qallMed to talk on the 'Mhlks. The hathes In the 'well-ven.
SIMsct of chicken raising by modern tilated new nfacbator house avertge
thod. it fI W. R. artsby of Rn I fve per cent. better than the hatches
eViolle, N. Y., one of the Curtis ad to be is-the old cellar. After
brotrwho not only raise many all, t llstccess that tells the story
ouands of ducks every year, ste. nd tells t stra And the Cur'
ties' surely have the sucess.-Prac,
eoMuily, and nake this branch !ofticsl Far e
thi poultry business pay them well. al r.
but who In loM also managed to z~A zVtitN OEGS .
WUse about 25,000 chleks with set. Farmers who have a good cellar
Cels and prlat. The proof of the ahd ell their eggs during the sm-
CVdta is rIn thave atway there Mr.ets mer and fall at 12 to 15 cents a
thei uely ave y the ssesaerlaets doen are making a serious mistake.
of their sue or successes, In n That eggs can be successfully ket
dress at the recent poultry Instior many months by means of the
tute at Cornell University. He first .water glass" method has now been
laid particular stress on the quality thoroughly well proven, and it Is the
of the eM used for hatching. 'r`lT part of wisdom to store away the
Is the real and only foundation. Youe
have to have strong ow, and strong- els laid during this season when
vetoa trong e and strong- prices are low nd then double one's
ly aertile eiMs, he said. Breeders money on them next winter when
tht were fed by the dry mash sys- prices are soa ring. Such practice Ise
te gave eggs of t'e highest fertility: perfectly legitimate, for the lggi keep
the fertility of the season averaged n the best of condition and each year
fully pef chicks betterthan whens tI e the best of condition and eab year
fully ten per casent. better than when millions of eggs are put away in cold
wet mash was given. You can't raise storage, which amounts topracically
tmroag chicks from week eggs, and the same thing.
a wet mash Is more likely to give # Water slam-sodium silicate-is a
weak ems than a dry mash. Wairt.pr fluid for sale at all drug
No Inoubator ever made, so Mr. ror sa le at all drug
orih er bator cr madeh, was tr.no stores at prices ranging from 30 to
urt ls claims, cano hatch as strong 75 cents per gallon, depending upon
tchick as the oci hen: we are not how much profit the druggist det
yet able to improver pon nature's res. To every one part of this sub-
way. We can't, however, gth row large stance add nine parts of water that
unthers of chicks with hens: we has been well boiled and allowed to
want agreat m thany chicks we must ool before mixing. Thoroughly stir
employ artfinial methods of hatchieng the solution while it is boing mixed
ad hebrooding.e water to rae themicks andre and pour t over the eggs, which have

not see one after another dropping already been packed in earthen
off. rbe hot water pipe broodmr. or wooden vessel. Keep ton a loca.
fwith over at back closr e was no tion where the temlwrature never

Ing the chicks cut from under the that no eggs more than a week old
covers three or four times a day, to are packed, because one bad egg In
o'th em out into the air, was tried the lot will poll all. Infertile eggs
and helped some, but the results were are best to keep a long time-that
not wholly satisfactory. Then the is, eggs from unmated hens.

th a aInch space at the back, be- observed there is no reason why re-
eond the pipes. and this was an Im- sults should not be more than sat-
Pinovem ent. bri e wan room both In Isfactory inanevery way-and a little
provement. There was room both nin I.
fmt nd In the treai for them to run "easy money" In a legitimate way is
out. Installing the Universal hovers certainly worth looking after.-Epl
In colony houses gave splendid re. tomist. t
salts. The ohicks grew well and n t n
crowded' outdoor, of their qwn volh. r'T. OLD HINS.
Utm. The Onrtbi brothers last year The ordinary laying hen seldom t
1Mlit an Incebator room from two pays her keep after the second or
Mammoth incubators, two stories third year, and to say the least old
hfgh, using the second story for a hens are not as profitable as young
brooder i ouve. The lower story Is ones. Then is the time to weed out b
ten toet high and the second story undesirable specimens. For several 1
btt feet, with a fiat roof. The months the molt will practically stop a
-ohicks are brooded by the pipe sys. egg production, and so, of course, the ,
tM, radeng the heat froma the heater .birds will return no profit. Conse-
"wich runs the Incubators on the floor quently it is better to sell the dead a
below. Universal hovers are placed weights at once than to hold them for
over the pipes. In the hours a tem- the "ent or two advance in price that
-perture of 60 to 70 degrees is main, will obtain tn the tall or winter. s
ta/ned, and 9i, degrees under the hoy- Old hens cannot, in the very na.
e c, p ture of thlsgs, be expected to re
Mr. Crtis believes it does not turn a very fancy price on the mar
matter much what you feed, so long ket. Still if they are properly fat-
as you have good, strong, vigorous tended they will bring from 50 to 30 t
hllehs. He feds a variety, as variety cents each, aecord'n. to the market, I
prmpts time chiok to east. The itnfer and that is an amount that certainly o
lie eggs are boiled hard, and mixed cannot be despised It one has enough ti
with other stuff to make a crumby of them to sell. r
am. For this purpose, bran and a Even though they bring less than T
low trade oa flour, with a little corn the figures mentioned. It is still ad- .
eal is used. The floors of the pens visable to let them go at once, for t
a meovered with cut clover, and chick the room they occupy is needed by l
ood is scattered all through it. For the growing young stock and your I
a shage, pinhead out meal and pin. time tan be spent to much better ad-
hed what is given. Try to give vantase on the youngsters than on
SaIugthig sew all the time. He says: the old "has-been." Besides, there is t
"smnt put too many chicks together always a small-and sometimes a


**Fitr. chief f Adicks of I.ake City is
tryI.lg to istir up the interest of the
people of lbat ciy land Watertown
in Ih lit project of a Itrolley line be-
Iwee'n (lih'e iwo points, only a few miles
apart. 11e 'proposes Ihat it take In
the' lairgo (ermnau colony that I ex-
lpected tio seltle near Lake City.
**Hilports( are coming from all se.
tiohs of the orange-growing (distr t
of exceptionally good prices offei ld
for the fruit on Ihe trees.
*(aieis ille bad a i reminder of old
Iltes, 1 atorlt of -mioving picture'' of
the pastl, when an old negro di've
slowly into town one day t'cen't.ily
with a six-ox (three yoke) teanm draw-
ing a wagon ladenl with cotton whillh
he had raised himself,. uch a %ig Ih
made the old-timers rub their ,' ,.s
and dream of the (lays when huilh
teamih were In common iiushe.


CASTORIA
S r lahit aud Ohiln.
Tu IIK Yo Noiv Alvip hW 1t
Bears the
ligaatiare of i fl'


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7 *g *Ath* dalo win
41Mt up ot eo Dm't allow feed to
Ilb aroedm ad become Aflthy before
the ohiek eat tt.
8nsMble is a cheap toatn and die-
InfeettaL. Iet is sweeten the ground
and coops. Spade up the yards, rake
In some grain and let the birds
scratch It out.
Fowls are naturally hardy, and con-
tagton la a floek il due to careleso-
anm on the part of the poultry keep-
er. This is proved by the fact that
expert poultry raisers have very few
slok chickens.
The pullets intended for' layers next
year should have 'been hatched In
April and May, and even earlier with
the larger breeds, and they should be
rushed along so that they will begin
to lay about November.
The aim of the poultry keeper ought
to be to make his fowls comfortable
and contented, and when this much
is accomplished he can rest assured
he is In a safe way to secure an abun.
dant yield of eggs.

GRASS RUNS FOR THE CHICKS.
A clean surface of short, green
grass makes the best run for young
chicks. Tall -weeds and grass nea r
the quarters for the little chicks to
run through are never desirable. Dur-
Ing wet weather or the damp morn.
ings of summer when everything !s
wet with dew, tall growths are excel
lent breeders of colds. The chicks
will become thoroughly wet in a veryv
sh,'rt time, if permitted to run through
the tall growths, and then colds are
apt to follow.
These places also make good hid-
ing places for cats and rats. making
it easy for them to slip up en a chick
unobserved and make way with a
meal. Cats are sly about stealing
chicks, rarely attempting it where,
they may he seen, but once they
learn a method whereby they can
take a chick without being observed.
a whole brood will disappear in a
short time.-W. F. P., in the Indiana
Farmer.

PRACTICAL POULTRY POINTS.
Where the attention of the male
becomes a perfect harassment, the
nervous derangement may decrease
the egg product. It is therefore saf-
est to have not less than ten fe-
males mated to each male bird, and
after breeding season it is best to
remove the male from the flock al-
together. liens will lay Just as well
without the attentions of a male as
with them.
A broller should be short in head.
broad, deep and full In breast, small
n comb (rose or pea), and a pound
ind a half to two pounds in weight.
The body should )e abort, deep and
well rounded; the back short, broad
ind flat at the shoulders, and the
skin should be a rich yellow. The
egs should be short and the thighs
tout, the color of a bright yellow.
American Oultivator.


FAST BEFORE KILLING.
Fowls should be fasted from four-
een to sixteen hours before killing.
f this is not done, and they are full
f food 'when killed, the carcass soon
ecomposes, turns the bird green, and
enders it comparatively worthless.
'egetmeoer says even if the
ood has passed out of the crop Into
be bowels, the fowls will not keep
ong, as the half digested food in the
nterlor causes them to spoil and
ive an exceedingly unpleasant flavor.
Pet duoks are scarce, as It is a fact
hat they very rarely make friends.
In turkey culture, a single union
f a male and female fertilises all
he eggs the hen will lay In one
eason; hence, one gabbler should
e enough for twenty or more hens.
-American Cultivator.

The Wall street lamb who tries to
eome a bull or a bear, asserts the
hleago News, usually winds up by
taking a monkey of himself.

Onegood swift kick will some tlimsi
coomplish more than a lot of kind-
*as, maintains the Philadelphia Rev.
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**Dr. E. II. Sellards, of the state goe
logical survey, and Bradford Ilyrd, a
wellknown newspaper correspondent,
have returned to Tallahassee from a
.visit to Lake Miccosukle. a large lake
in the upper end of Jefferson county,
near the Georgia line, and report it
dried up, all except the batln. The
latter in a huge sink hole and all the
water remaining in the lake is the
thirty-eight feet depth In that. and Its
high clay banks appear above the wa.
ter as the precipice of some moun-
tali. The disappearance of a large
lake, after such an exceedingly rainy
senaon as Florida has experienced
since June, Is a curious circumstance.
**Property owners on some of the
principal streets of Tampa are dis-
I'egarding the notices to lay sidewalks
in front of their holdings, notwith-
standing that the national postofflce
has threatened a curtailment of the
city delivery mall service if they do
not put the streets In fit condition
for ihe carriers, in order to facilitate
their work.
**Men living on some of the big
lakes. in the vicinity of Starke have
been engaged to keep a record of the
readings of water guages provided for
thie purpose. with a view to ascertain-
ing the amount of water they afford
duriini th Il year. This is in connec-
tioul with il th survey for a ship canal
(.-rcs, Florida, authorized by the last
'czIgi-u'S. in the event that a lock
tainal i s det idled upon, which le most
iirohiIld. such lakes will be depended
upon to funii-sh the water required by
ole|ratitill, Ihe lou ks. If as is likely.
i e' eniigiie'rs decide upon a lock ca-
Ial, tlh sliorilest practical route across
thie p'eiiunoillir will then be chosen,
b' '-iiniiiii. pi iblablyl at the St. Johns
ii\!r. ioi far frco .lacksonvillel', and
*,iliii;g in t li- neighborloosd of Cedar
i mnai. It' years yet before
ilt. 'nsi'lue'.ioi lle ins, but with th,'
atdv1 til i (f ili, I'aiiiinia cainal and thn
tilind jI p -i sii along i lie AtlantlI
u4)-:t i1 will lie ;1 i'<''lec smary link ini
fill. 'liiiil of lho(rl''ie d '( w ite'lrwa a1nd
i lls ile to comi..
**It is glailifyig to tIhe people of
Mariannii andl vicinitly to notice the
ulrore<.ss being made on the new
M.a iiiinna and Illounistown railroad.
Wor{ on Ilit' grading Is almost coin-
pileti'-d. '*!. ti's are being placed all
alongi tlth line, andl the laying of the
iron will be comminielced soon. WhUen
this line is ('colplieted it will open up
an 'exe,'ll'int farming section.
**A gif t of $;3,ioo wi.as received from
the ('o il,-tss oif ,Santa Eulalia, form-
erly IMrs. Jolhn It. Stetsoni, toward
Ii current e .xi l' ,'s of Stetson univer-

**(in (of Paisio 'ilinl 's iindustri. -i-
wort y of mention is the growing of
sugar cane. itichland. has one maIn
whio will easilyy make eight thousand
'-'illoii.1 cif ,iuli i land tihe county this
S'. ir will )rn-obablyl iproduclie. I wo hllin-
ie e I l',i'lii d gallons.

hiis v.i aimongiK il- farmers albut
I lilt slownves of vt' etl balus abuti
blooming. Vinei are unusually rani,
but ( i tri are few, if any, bIloonis as
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S IVe",.
Is so great that
Government main.
al1 e2per1tent
l ttory so situated
t ie testd under all
1Gitlons. Sitka. on the
t projecting southeast.
M 4d climate, while the
slwapart Is close to the
C. C. Georgeson, spe-
h earge of all the ats-
animal report for 19nM.
yft the United States
Of Agriculture, doelaresr
that "Alaska is an agri.
ry," that good hay can
S"In any quantity" for
g, while the native
maintain live stock in
iMAd4tion In summer." He
!.that "potatoes, cabbage,
P, rhubarb, turnips, lettuce
all the hardy vegetables
grown to 'perfection up to
Within the Arctic Circle,
a proved by thousands of
But before Alaska can be
Iettled railroads and wagon
be built. Under present
he says, "few farmers can
"to go to Alaska with their
Live stock and equipment."
Wense of transportation "would
Sthe cost of a farm In the
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at sunshine is essential for
In Alaska. In 1908 the
during the growing season at
16.22 inches, against 24.76
the year before and 18.91
Soa 1906. The smaller rain-
t more sunshine, and the
1906 was large crops of po-
Sadtbage. cauliflower and
root crops. The quality also
reaon believes that Alas-
U undeveloped resources suf-
-ftr the support of a large pop-"
u But there, as he says. "Na-
No stern and uncompromising.
, ;, ust submit to the condltlolM


1f many Interesting facts g!v.
0tr report is this: Watermel.
Ore brought to maturity out of
Oa the Hot Springs Farm,
la to the Tanana Valley. in la'i.
4 degrees north. It seems that
of this farm the soil !s
From the same source. what
i is, that heats the water of
aings. fhis farm has now 150
Vemlarly under crop, the great-
rtlon devoted to potatoes.


C %_ -
Idge Across the East River.
The New York and Brooklyn
1. Cost of structure $13.23C.5S0;
f land, $8,S50,000: length of time
iX construction, 13 years; aver-
flly passenger traffic. 436,298;
!a, 17,852; total length, 6.016
lain (river) span, 1,505 feet 6
.width, 85 feet.
Williamaburg Bridge. Cost
$13,734,047.79; cost of
.427.67; length of time
eoastruction. 7 years; aver.
Spssenger traffic, 168,372;
11,521:; length. 7.250 feet;
s) pan, 1.596 feet; width,
lManhattan Bridge. Cost of
0,411,431.17; cost of land,
| started Feb. 4. 1903:
feet; maln (river) span,
t, 130te f.t.
'a Island Bridge.
$10,585.408.33; cost
48; begun July 19,
Sfeet 6 aioeas (ex-
); west obannel
*at chasannel span.

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uljr bmutne-.
ro Ourbs sad OGRIP.
f k' CA t
& festems W sas UnL.

It loosm, to the Indianapolis News,
M it basing at West Point would
have to be permanently suppressed
awlhn.


Hamline Wisard Oil is over fifty yearsn
old and, like an old friend, it can be de-
pended upon just as surely as the family
doctor who mAY be miles away.
SURIS PIOOF.
She-Fred, do you believe that the
pen Is mightier than the sword?
He-Well, you never saw anybody
sian a check with a sword, did you?
-Illustrated Bits.
When the lining of the bowels irritated
we have pains or dlarrhoe. Whatever the
ease take Painkiller (Perry Davis').
Isn't It a Fact?
That a cavalryman unhorsed Is the
most easily cowed?
That one can show his temper only
after he has lost it?
That a contractor should be called
upon to expand a house?
That no young man ever rose rap-
idly till he had settled down?
That the plow must be soiled be-
fore the soil can be plowed?
That a susceptible fellow is hard-
eat hit by-the softest glances?
That In everything (except base-
ball) you must strike out to make a
hit?


That many students cannot state
bald facts without splitting hairs?
That the papers often refer to a
man's double life as a singular ca-
reer?-Success Magazine.
Ethics cannot turn a fiend to an
angel but they will make a man me-
ditative. A meditative mind is hardly
ever dangerous.





SUFFERING



TEN YEARS


Cured by Lydia E. Pink-
ham's VegetableCompound
MAzLTox N.J.-I feel that LydiaE.
Pinkham'e Vetable Compound has
given me new Ufe.
I suffered for ten
yeale with serious
female troubles, In.
ammtion, uleonr.
ar0tousnUeS, and%
to.d not sleep.
Doctorge aPme
up as theylaid my
trouYbles were
ehrenle I was in
espsi.and did not
ears whetberl lived
or died, when I read about Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; so I
beWn toA t am s well a and
relieved of all my ufering. -Mrs
GKonox JORDT, BOX 40, Marlton, NJ.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com.
pound, made from native rooto and
herbs, contains no narcotics or harm.
ful dr u. and today holds the record
for thetargest number of actual
of female 0 dsee we know of, a
thouasndsof voluntary testUmonialsa
on Ale in the Pinkham laboratory at
ynn, MmJi, from women who bave
ben ured from almost every form of
female oomplalnt nlam tion, ul,
eaon displacementaB rltumora,

OWaes it to bher
*vow


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for yur REAL ESTATE or
BUSINESS, no matter
where located. If you de-.
sire to sell send as de-
soription and prioe.

IF YOU WANT.


TO BUY
Property of any kind, say-
where, let us know your
wants, we can fill yeur
requirements and save yo u
time and money.

Nertkwesters Busiess AgIecy,
Dept. so, Bank of Commerce
Building, Minneapolls, Minneota.
I


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Wood's Descriptive

Fall Seed Catalog
now ready, gives the fullest
information about all
Seedt for the
Farm and Garden,
*Grasses and Clovers,
Vetches. Alfalfa.
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye, Barley. etc.
Also tells all about
Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the fauI to
advantage and proft, and about
Hyaoinths, Tulips and other
Flowering Bulbs, VesMlabo and
Srawbry Plants, Poultry
Supoes and Fertilecra.
bE ery h er anMad Gardlenr boul4
I have this catalog. It t n iuva'usbth ia
Its belpiftiea saad su9LgeUve 14ub for
a proftable and satlhetory Form r
Gnanrde. atalouo mailed froo en

ST. W. WOOD & SONS, J
Seedsmen, Riclimond, Vi. 0
Few If any orlthe railways (f mIra
All are self-sustatning, except *with
the help of government subsidies, atrd
it Is naturally difficult to secure
freight reductions in the face of an
annually reeuring deficit. That there
must be some readjustment, however,
's apparent in many ways.
The man who buys popularity e
)rally gets sloek.


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MM a MI ank 6OlMng PalateM, Fla

JOHN L MARSHALL,


Atterney At Law,


Front Stet, Palatka, Fla. Orange
fwee fo sale

DR. W. H. ROSKNIER@,
DENTIST.
Offie Over the Kennerly.

HENRY STRUNZ,
Atne At Law,
Front Street, PALATKA, FLA.
National ABnk Building.

DR. H. R. ESTE


DENTIST.


PALATKA,
*


FLORIDA.


Moragne Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

E. E. HASKELL,
Attorney At Law,
PALATKA, FLA.
a 4
DR. W. H. CYRUS,
Physician and Surgeon,
PALATKA, FLA.


MERRYDAY A WALTON,


*.


COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,


PALATKA, FLA.


Front St.


Palatka Nat. Bank ildg.


M. I. COXE,


Attorney At Law,


Office In Court House, Palatka, Ja.

I. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney*at-Law.
O08e romt stret, Oppodte Put=m'
NOuW%


PALATKAa4


FLORIDA


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

M. Sabel & Sons,
establish In
1856. LOUISVILLE, KY.
"Over half a Century la Louleville."
WN ARD DEALMS IN ABOVE, not
eommtnion merchants. Referenee:
Any bank In Louv#tltle.
Write for Weekly price list.
Write for wool bags and ship us
your wool.


MISS KATE I. LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,
MILLINERY FANCY G0000,
Notions', ladies mlms' and ehll.
dren's summer uderwear.
Ladies' flk glovs.
LatoM, embrodey,, eolar, mbelt s
the latmt styi &h springg htat ad
boanets.
aprlOaed4 traimmera M
emptored, PrioM r I

"To hi ttt hat b t hl l be
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CHARLES KUPPERBUSCH,

PALATKA, FLA.

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NO" TWN CMW 05 (II0 INVWWAI IM I-GUON 5TUB N
~ ups'AseB IT. AVGTIN. VabOJIA,


The ind YoN Ha

Always Bt


Among the pagan Norsemen, to
speak of the duel between Individuals
as such, any person who haI sufi-
clent confidence in his skill and his
weanons could come into the posses-
sloin rf property by merely challeng-
i Ing the owner of the land otherr to
surrender or flcht for it 'Tho co0m
bat was regulated by hard and fasr
rules. The one challenged was given
the privilege of strllng first, and he
wh3 retreated or lost his weapon was
considered vanquished, while he wh
was wounded first or most seriously
was compelled to pay a certain sumn
of money to escape with his life.
Other examples without end, varying
only in detail, might be selected from
other peoples.
Again in Europe all through the
Middle Ages and even among savage
tribes recourse to duelling was had
in order to discover the truth as an
ordeal or a Judgment of God, guilt at-
taching Itself to the on0 wqpnded or
killed. And this ordeal or trial b)
faith, like all other forms of the
duel, arose out of the necessities of
the case. In a society governed more
by superstition than by law, where
nothing was attended with greater
diffoulty than securing reliable wit-
neaes, where none out of fear of
vengeance dared to testify against
the member of another family or
group, this appeal to the "Judgment
of God," came tc take the place of
huima evidemac


That combat nla rance whieh tool
place recently between two more or
less eminent politicians at Just about
the time when most of us thought
duelling had fallen into Innocuous
desuetude goes to show at any rnte
how long a custom may survive any
use for it. For the duel did have Its
use, and like nearly all other customs
rose out of the necessities of the case.
In a primitive society where there
was no government or at least where
the government was so weak that it
was as good as none, the duel was ,a
logical and almost a legal concession
made to superior strength. It was
an equitable form under the circum-
stances of settling a quarrel where
each of the two persons involved tn
it thought himself in the right. It
was moreover an advance over a mere
act of vengeance, requiring no cour-
age and giving the object of it neither
warning nor chance of self-defense. It
was an advance again over more bru-
tal forms of mrvenge, in that the con-
sequences of the qitrrel fell upon
only those immediately concerned In
It instead of spreading until it caught
in its meshes the offending and the
Inoffensive alike and Involved whole
families.'
Comparatively speaking, It was a
harmless manner of settling difficul-
ties. Besides, since the duel imposed
terms of combat equal for both sides.
It may be pointed out that it showed
an awakening demand for fair play o0
the part of the community as a whole
and therefore goes to prove that a
crude sort of public opinion was astir
Westermarck, the sociologist, shows
that many savage tribes settled feuds
arising among clans and families b.),
duels between chosen champions, one
from each side. From ancient writers
he gleans the fact that among Re.-
mans, Greeks and Teutons combats
likewise were agreed upon to tak,-
place between a definite number of
warriors for the sake of ending war.
The Germans, according to Tacitus.
were 'accustomed to decide the for-
tune@ of battle by sending a captive
from the enemy and a hero of their
own army to meet in duel. The -le-
sire for peace in the speediest and
least harmful %wy would seem to have
given rise to the duel in all these
cases. i


One of the newly elected members
of the Ormeon legislature announce
his Intention of Introducing at the
next session a bill making It a crime
to shoot any person under the belief
that such person Is a deer or a can
vasa4hack duck.

We trust the Chicago man who has
Just had a lamb's bone grafted Into
his leg will keep away from the
wheat pi;, says the Ohio State Jour-
nal.

By a vote of 31 to 21 the Oregon
giAstolture has refused to abolish
the whipping post for wife-beaters,


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Bears the


&ignature

mof
of I


aj te .tsopasa moatr thet
r' 1tc#el Ad$l, dmt I swbe least
S t only the lom of the suit at Isme,
but often conviction for perjury, sor-
vived the Middle.Ages In some forms
for a short time. DBore the duel
began each of the combatants airm-
ed the Justice of bis cause, confirmed
It by a solemn oath on the Gospels
I and an aneal to God to bestow vic-
i tory on the right. Some codes even
demanded tbst the witnesses enter
church armed lt order that their
weapons might be blessed on the al-
tar before their testimony was offer-
ed. *
ta vain councils and Popes declared
agaJnst the custom that found sanction
nla popular approval and public opinion.
Hut in due course of time the natural
increase of trade, commerce and the
arts of peace, the establishment of
permanent tribunals, the revival of
Roman law. which did away with feu-
dalistic Institutions, the increase of
knowledge and the consequent decay
of superstition, drove the duel out of
the courts of Justice.
But It was not yet driven to cover,
for in the sixteenth century the Ju-
dicial combat gave way to our mod-
ern duel of honor. It survives to-day,
weak, tottering, doomed, a relic of the
time, savage or barbariC, when the
honorable man was before all else a
man of bravery. When public opinion
of all countries shall cease to sneer
at or condemn the sensible man who
refuses to expos his life to the
weapons of the swashbuckler who has
attacked his character or his person
then will the duel he given the quie-
tus It has so long deserved and await.
ed.-{Chicago lalily News.

LIVING OVER A TOMB.

House in Paris Has a Private En.
trance to the Catacombs.
Paris in many of. its districts Is
built over the catacombs. These vast
subterrane an chambers and galleries
produce that peculiar cavernous sound
which is heard in the Luxembourg,
Mont;parnasse. Vaugirard, Montrouge
and Montsourls quarters when heavy
carts pas: rapidly along the coarsely
metalled roads. The streets are then
like monstrous drums beating funeral
marches to the graves over that vast
common grave of ten centuries of
Parisians with Its millions of skle.-
ton dead.
The quaint little Gothic house at
the corner of the recently prolonged
Boulevard Raspail, which many an
American artist must remember from
his student days, actually has a pri-
vate staircase leading to the cata-
comrnbs from beneath a hermetically
closed stone slab just In front of the
doorstep. From time to tne, says
liarper's Weekly. certain municipal
officials visit this grim entrance, the
existence of which is known to on!y
very few people.
A former occupant of the house,
surprised by one of these visits, the
reason of which was mysterious to
him, was accustomed to relate that
once in the dead of night while he
watched, quaking, from the room
above, convinced that he was witness-
intag the final scene in some Borgia-
like political tragedy, a party of men
the chief of whom wore half concealed
under his coat the tricolor scarf of a
police commissary, had conveyed a
body through this entrance Into the
catacombs below.


In


Use


For Over


Thirty Years





CASTORIA
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We h decldd to continue or

* ile on all men's and bs'_cloty


and furnishing goods,


# e.at'her


goods, Shoes-and in fact every-

thing that comprises our stock.

while we are at our present loca-


tlon.


Until August we will be located at the Old Loeb tore, frst bloek
from the river, where we will be glad to serve gur patrons t the best
there is to be had, as we have done heretofore.

This Sale Is No Fake.

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


In Men's Clothing.


We are offering suits of the latest fabrics and designs at from $8.60 to
$17.00. These are suits .that wore originally worth from $13.50 to


$*7.59.


Boys'


At the same big reduction. These
tion. Come In and look them over
have seen what you are getting.
Our shee department Is pade up
Hans~, B. A P. and W. L. Deuglas.
Kadmbach & Loglo Swamp and Log
On these also we are making a bi


Clothing.


goods are worthy of your considera-
. We don't ask you to buy until you
Convince yourself.
of such lines as the famous Ralston.
together with the famous Rindge,
going Boots. /
g reduction.


Remember we Sell the Only Guaran-

teed Patent Leather Shoe Sold


Putnam County.


We have a complete line of men's linen coats and
popular apparel for hot weather. Come ain and look
worth your while.


pants-the most
them over-its


SOur Stock of Suit Cases, Trunks and Orips Is Unex
called In this Section. These we are Sell-


Ing AT FACTORY PRICES.


,'ur Overalls are all UNION M ADIL We handle no other.
* have endeavored to d6 our part thus far through our sale and to
on our tr seds have shown their appreelation by avaliUg them-
S( the opportunity we have oered. Now, we are ooantilaig our
Sfr s theirr waup thea "we want a new stock In a aew store."
ewtoe dessad the bet and it is our highest aim to that
ge It. Ow mw store wl em of one o the best quIppedln o-e
te tate, aad we want to dSepose of all oar prpeaot stock be
.X eter U; erefte. the aferoald Mrgalas. TMH OPPORTUN.
|I so-W- MISS IT.


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Oa aecount of its high altitude
here tiso healthier spot la Torida
tor all the year round or for the w w
tor Vitor. Foer those who *om to
Flork on seoant of health, mea
4d this higtwr altitude4 dry sad
lmy air ks better than the lower.
m M h ekH air fod4 to sat water
Swuela.,
The priuelpweo kam tm ame
pewel owe 00t m Is
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LOCATION, ATTRACTION, AOVA.
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d sti- e bof hAd awa. esuo-
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Sp wau )

Tin "mh pb^ PUft e t prdvaft
aool telegraph, telke -Ispre
mhmey order postooe, thrMe malls
liy, met mIarket two ge neral


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town ates have been cseederds
eve yieMrs; the man public ti-
provements are made by the push and
generosity of the utiseMa in Um
tweoer. The state and county
gn about r m Nis on about one-thArd
VitnuatMivo
TAi.nlat e is Attrteat n





Oood hunting and Ashn, doder ten p
okey, ducks and qual black bash and
other tPlorida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to tea oal
re. per week; WOOe day.
Si thousand people went through
the San Mateos ruit Compe's grove
bWe Imnt Semde
One of the best advantages Sa
Mateo enjoys Is transportation; bdng
e both river and rail is an advantage
that few lorida points enjoy. the
past euqun, for intatnee, rallroads
and terminals at Jackapavilde wore
more than congested and truit ship.
ped from palts down the central
part of the wuas ,in some easee,
three weeks SettiUg to JacksoUn11oil
en route to northern markets, sado
dd not bring enough to pay frght,
while San Mateo shippers, at8 sg e
time, would ship from here one 44e
and have fmlt so out of Jeeksoville
on the Clyde slap the anet. this Ut
tie matter this season almon was
worth thousands of dollars to the ana
Mateo roweors and the homeooker
will do well to beer Ina mad ussalr
porAtsion ad cheap rate t*a t some
with cumpettioag, in seleetig a lo.
eda toraons
The pepalotUos is about me, who
ame mostl from the northern staets.
As a class they are men of -e-ss,
p roeilve sand soolable. Have a bete
ter olass of homes than oan be doay
n sapy plye In the sext. of its use.
The baldmings kept palated wd
l do ws aood rthmder.
Healthfulness.


HASTINGO PtLA.





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

s. VES, Prep.,
Galnesviio, Florida.



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miw simamiol atte heft 'ab" t10

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lately embarrass Prance with some-
ttab approaching to a "black ques-
tioL," The prejudice Hitherto preva-
Is"t o uropea nations against
eeolod troops there may
rhape be passed over as having no
m --I AUtion to enforce, but a more
Igetat auestloe ares when we
*: IWat wld Obe the elect la
Sta t elf o traiag large native
t gas -M l that ther
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4 Europe


A scheme for Introducing colored
troops ou a large scale into Burop
s. em to be seriously entertained I
France. The doetal may be found I
two articles receaUtly published lan th
PRvue de PwiS by an authority a
Afrlca affairs, Colonel Mangln. Tfl
Colonel proper the creation of
saoditag black army of 70,000, with
rearve of 60.000 Ib tFrench We
Africa, to be ud in Prance In ca
of war. He reckons that the first d
visions of this force could be lande
at BDo~ews or (Marealles with
eighteso days of the order to mob
li., aad that before the campali
was fairly under way the home troop
might be re-enforced by 100,000 toya
and highly efficient negroes. Hi
scheme goes further. He renews tho
proposal made several years ago b:
M. Messimy of establishing conscrip
tlon among the natives of Algeria
which measure, according to him
would bring about 100,000 Arabs t(
the colors. To tranquillize Prencl
settlers in that colony he suggest
that 40,000 Arabs should be perma
neatly garrisoned In France and theli
placE in Algeria taken by 40,000 front
the negro army. In the case of a Ku
ropean war he would leave 20,000 to
guard the colony and transport all the
rest to France. Counting in the re
serve, he prophesies a total addition
to the home forces of 200,000, which
as he says, might very well change
the issue of a campaign.
So responsible an organ as the
Paris Temps endorses this scheme
(August 4) In these terms:
With the two year law the number
of those now summoned to the colors
at home does not exceed 433,000; ten
years hence It Is expected to fall to
3B",000; twenty years hence to 371,.
000. That will mean a shortage of 62,
000 men In the supposed "effective" of
our army. * The idea of llU-
ng nla this gap with natives from our
colones is new, and people will re-
quire time to grow accustomed to it,
but we believe that they will grow
aeeastomed to it. Our immense co-
loslal empire is destined to an ever
increasing prominence in our notionpl
existence, and as the help we may
draw from It becomes better under-
stood, public opinion will demand that
It be utilized.
The only objection to Colonel Man-
gla's scheme considered by the
Temps is the expense involved, esti-
mated at 44,000,000 francs a year, and
it only mentions that objection to dis-
amls it. "This sum, alas! will be
placed at our disposal," it remarks,
"by the mere action of the falling off
In the birth rate in France," since the
said ahortage of 62,000 in the home
army will release 70,000,000 francs a
year nla the military budget. "It is not
money but men that we shall need."
It is not difficult, however, to Imag-
inse other objections to the plan. PForty
thousand Arabs permanently garris-
need In Prance would mean a consid-
erable adulteration of the nation's
blood la the course of time, and 100,-
O negroes, though only Imported for
the duration of a year. might ultl-


"Ah, madam, It would be a pleas- w
ure to hear you In the great anvil ai
chorus. Your voice would make the re
blacksmlth scene perfect." m
"And the connection 'between my sA
voice and a blacksmith, sir?"
"The heavy rasp on It, madam; the ci
heavy rasp." ic
And then Julian escaped from the ce
greenroom just In time to dodge a dr
gilded chair.-Chi ao Daily News. r
pidmlic erebres4pmal mseingUiti m
lUed to be rare Oi Pranoe. ooourrig b
oehiafy l ailltary enters. New a
do Isr r to meet with It Ina
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-M 4 w1me ats,,t a
s9 fro enmd to n** f4. Stis
potat. we lIagine, the other 3uropeaa
Poers lntrested aIn Africa might
have something to say about this
Preneh scheme. Having created this
pulsaat modern army on African soil,
would Prance be prepared to control
It? Colonel Mangln says the native
troops would be absolutely loyal, but
It may be suspected that that ,would
depend upon circumstances. More-
over. If Prance betookk herself to this
black support-wbich Uermany. by the
I4 way, would have little chance of
0e commanding-Great Britain might na-
an turally feel bound to follow suit; and
in to control an Africa "shining o'er with
ko civil swords" might prove almost a
a diicult a task for these Powers as
10 holding their own In the European
a game.

it TAILOR TOOK SENATOR'S SEAT.

1. Walked into August Chamber and
d Occupied Vacant Desk.
n The American people once elected
I. a tailor to the Presidency, and doubt-
o less many manipulators of the shears
a and goose have sat in the seats of
tJ the mighty by election, but only once,
s according to reminiscences and anec-
e dote, did a tailor make himself at
y home on the floor of the United
-. States Senate when he had no con-
t, tlituency to represent.
1, The tailor was Herman Moritz Rie-
o del, of Philadelphia, who came to
h Washington in April, 1868, to attend
a the exciting scenes during the Im-
peachment proceedings against An-
r drew Johnson, a fellow craftsman.
n And this is the account of how he
witnessed these proceedings as pub.
o lashed in "The Washington Repu'J.
e lican" of that day:
S "A good looking Teutonic friend of
ours a day or two since made an
earnest appeal to our 'Muggins for a
ticket to the Senate to listen to what
was going forward at the impeach-
ment trial. Muggins, as is his wont,
in the kindness of his soul, consent-
ed to furnish Teuton with the tails-
r manic pasteboard which effects the
open sesame to the Senate chamber,
I and also assured our friend that he
would accompany him to the gallery
and find him an eligible seat. Mug-
gins and Teuton started to work their
way In, but Muggins was detained
outside of the door for a few mo-
ments and our German friend went
on and passed the vigilant sentinels
at the outer door and went directly
to the entrance of the Senate cham-
ber and was admitted by the gentle.
manly ushers under the belief, prob-
ably, that he was a member of Con- I
gress, and passed through the vesti.
bule and took his seat in the first
vacant chair, and there remained dur- I
ing the entire session in the confi- I
dent belief that he was entitled to i
the seat." r
The descendants of Herman Rie-
del are living in Washington now. r
The tailor, .who was a "top-notcher" e
at his trade, according to all ac-
counts, died in 1877, having declln- c
ed a pension after gallant service as p
a marine during the Civil War.- c
Washington Post. m

Cruel. t
The (would-be prima donna paced s
the floor with nervous emotion. "Ju- '1
lian," she suddenly demanded, "what a
opera do you think would do Justice a
to my voice?" e
And Jullan, the manager, tugged
at his ,black cigar and responded a
sardonically: o


nd disastrous wrecks have thus been
recorded, and each such Incident
sakes a captain shudder at this un-
Pen terror of the seas.
The ocean liner has little more
bance of escape in collision ,with an
eberg than the smallest sailing
raft. The rotten le towering bun-
reds of feet above the water level is
ady to fall In great mammasses the mo-
eat a slight shook is given to Its
We 0.ides. Many unaccounted dis-
as of ships and steamers
j gbltod to 'saio o totte vlt
*UKablps s4at oB bMrd *


: of



the Iceberg
S I' oGORGo ITUIKLStPIT WALSa

The feat of icebergs has been pas
ly removed In recent years by wit
less telegraphy, but their presence
the seas Is still menacing enough
cause anxiety to many a captain.
Nearly all the other danger
ocean navigation have been overcon
by the modern palatial steamers thi
ply between America and Europ
Ships carry -wireless telegraph Instr
ments and submarine sounding bell
so that even In togs captains can te
when another ship Is In the neighbor
hood and thus avoid collisions. B%
an Iceberg is different. It carries n
wireless apparatus and makes no r,
sponge to submarine bells and teli
phone signals. White and ghost-Ilk
it looms up suddenly out of the darl
ness or fog and crashes down upon th
ill-fated ship that crosses its patio
Government scouting ships now go ou
to sea to destroy and sink derelict
(abandoned ships), but so far the
have qved useless in scattering lc
bergs. It is true that they can locat
then and report their findings b
wireless. Other ships finding lcf
bergs make similar reports, and i
this way track is kept of the grea
floating dangers..
The government every summer an
fall makes out an iceberg chart
When some ship reports an Iceber
in a certain latitude and longitude a
little red dot is placed on the lecheri
chart. It is drifting in a southerly di
reaction, and allowances are made foi
so many miles of advance every twen
ty-four hours. So the red dot is miove4
slowly forward. But adverse winds
seas, and currents may change th
course of the berg, and this sort o
reckoning may prove all wrong.
Then another ship reports the samr
or another iceberg in a different place
,Aore red dots appear on the chart
and as the season advances the dan
ger-points increase. These charts arc
issued as warnings to mariners. Ships
sailing in certain northern latitudes
must study the location of the ice.
bergs, and for the sake of safety the
captains provide themselves with du-
plicates of the cbarts.
But even worth all of these efforts to
plot out the floating bergs., the dan-
ger of colliding with one is always
present. An adverse wind may have
driven one far out of its course, or a
big one has broken in two and the
halves have floated wide apart. The
cebergs are dangerous obstructions to
navigation on clear, dark nights as
well as in times of fog. They carry
1o lights, and they cannot be detect.-
hd in the dark until close upon a ship.
Experienced sea captains possess a
certain instinct for detecting the
presence of icebergs. Some captains
laim that they can smell an iceberg
iles away. Something in the atmos-
here warns them of the danger, and
hey double the watch and reduce
peed until out of the danger zone.
'hen, again, when near an iceberg the
ir grows suddenly cold and chilly,
nd sometimes there is a drop of sev-
ral degrees in the temperature.
On the other hand, many instances
re on record of icebergs crashing out
f the dark without any warning and
recking ships. Marvellous escapes


Prompt.
An Insurance agent was boastlug
that his company recently paiuld a life
policy to the (widow the day after
the funeral of her husband, and in
lasted that no company was ewer so
prompt In payment.
"That's nothing," replied the agent
of another company. "one of our pat-
rons recently fell from the top of a
four-story building, and a cheok for
te full amount of the policy was
nd b 0- a b ppu a the second
Ia vwladow."-lew Yrk Journali ,


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* to the hott-wttlMst -s -d. aWs
remnan tSOt toeo thl tale. o tw
Gmn mariers and marls ItussuN
companies attribute the mysterIou
vanishing of the City of Boston from
the face of the ocean with all Its pas.
sengers.
There Is the unparalleled case of
the steam'r Portia In Notre Dame
DHay. In clear daylight an lceberg
was sighted, and passengers and crew
begged the captain to approach nearer
rt- in order that they might Inspect and
.e- photograph it. The Portia, therefore,
on was steered close to the towering
to sides of the mighty berg, whose high-
est plnmcles glistened several hun-
of dred feet above the sea. Then the
e unexpected happened. There was an
at explosion like the shock of a volcano.
le eruption, and the mighty berg was
riven in sunder. One of the pieces
s, split apart, grew top-heavy, and top-
)ll pled over. Its base far underwater
r- catching the Portia and lifting her
it high and dry some ten or twelve feet
above the sea. The mighty overturn.
e- ing of the berg created enormous
e- swells, and these huge waves were
:e the only thing that saved the ship
k- from destruction. The weight of the
ke ship caught on Its shelf of fee kept the
e berg from turning a complete somer-
t sault, and a huge swell picked up the
t vessel and launched her again, ster
first, in the sea. This sort of rough
y launching was not the kind a ship ex-
e pects, and the force carried her so far
e down into the sea that the captain and
( crew never expected her to come up
3.
n again. But she battled bravely for
n her equilibrium, and finally righted
t herself and steamed away from the
dangerous spot. The whole mishap
had taken only a few minutes of time.
and before crew and passengers had
g time more than to catch their breath
a they had been into the jaws of death
g and out again.-From llarper's Week-
ly.
r
FISHING FOR SHARKS.

Large Specimens Caught on Lines
P Along the Mexican Coast.

The shark fishing season is on here
now and furnishes quite a pastime
. for those addicted to such dangerous
, sports. The sharks seem to be boW*
. der than usual, very large ones com-
ing into the bay, while generally they
keep out toward the entrance.
i Recently quite- a large one was
caught from one of the piers. It
measured over two meters in length
and caused quite an exciting battle
before the fishermen got the seco#l
harpoon into it. One morning an-
other much larger one 'was caught by
some fishermen In a boat. It was
only subdued after a hard struggle
and finally towed alongside the sea
wall and hoisted out with a derrick.
The animal was near three meters
long and was still alive after being
hoisted out onto the dock and it
slashed around at a lively rate, caus-
ing the crowd that had gathered to
see it to scatter in all directions to
avoid its enormous tall. After be-
ing killed the animal's liver was re-
mIoved and It measured more than
three feet in length. This furnishee
a very fine transparent oil that is
used for many purposes.
Only a short time ago Capt. Wash-
burn of the Ward lAne's tug Neptune
caught one of these monsters and
came very near losing out with him,
as the fingers of both hands were so
badly burned by the line which held
the shark that he was laid up for
several days with bandaged hands.-
Vera C(ruz correspondence M exican
Herald.


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Old Coin Found on Lincoin. Farm.
While excavating on the Lincoln
Farm, preparatory to laying the foun-
dation for the Memorial buildings
now nearing completion, Robert H.
Whitlow, one of the hands employed
In the work, picked up a Spanish
coin. bearing the date 1772. Not
thinking of the valuable history which
might be attached to this little ooln,
Mr. Whitlow took It home and his
children have been using It as a play-
thing untir last Monday, when Dr.
W. 1R. Rodman called to wait on a
case of typhoid fever in, the family,
and chanced to see It. From Mr.
Whitlow he learned how he came In
possession of it, and also secured
permission from -Mr. Whitlow to re-
tain it and to bring the matter Into
public notice.
The coin is well worn, and, from
its every appearance, must have been
lost a hundred years ago. It would
do no violence to our imagination, nor
yet strain a historical point to as-
sume that this same little coin was
.once the property of Thomas Uncoln,
and that his distinguished son once
made it a plaything as did the chil-
dren of its more recent owner.-
Larue County Herald.
A SHORTER IMABU.
"He says he's your friend for life.
Says you loaned him $50."
"Jo I did. Dut he's not my friend
for life. I propose to ask him for it
next pay day."-Louisville Courier-
JournaL
THU DOCTOR'S WIFE
Armes With Him About Food.
A trained nurse says: "In the prac.
tice of my profession I have found so
many points In favor of Grape-Nuts
food that I unhealtatingly recommend
It to all my patients.,
"It is delicate and pleasing to the
palate (an essential in food for the
ialek) and can be adapted to all ages,
being softened with milk or cream
ifor babies or the aged when defcleon-
cy of teeth renders mastication Im-
poolble, For fever patients or those
on liquid diet I find 'Orape-Nuts and
albumen water very nourishing and
;refrehing.
"This recipe tos my own Idea and is
mads as follows: Soak a teaspoonful
of Orape-Nuts in a glass of water for
an hour, strain and serve with the
beaten white of an egg and a spoon-
ful of fruit Juice for flavoring. This
afords a great deal of nourishment
$that even the weakest stomach can
asaemllate without any distress.
"My h band to a physician and he
'* m Grape-Nuts himself and orders
it many time for his patlenta.
"Peronally X regard a dish of
Orap-Nuts with fesh or stewed fruit
n te Ideal breakfast for anyon--
well or dsik.*
Ina asY f s tomach trouble,
ISt prtaUae or brain fag, a
I alo Gw eutas wl work
Wtward eouurishlg and re-
sa$ la tis way endila the



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Fortunately, the humane society
recognizes the fact that there may be
something other thAn rabies the mat-
ter with a dog when he bitep a per-
son, and that his punishment for a
little burst of temper-which as of-
ten as not Isldue to being teased-
need not necessarily be decapitation,
pleads the Indianapolis News. If
some people were like does. especial-
ly shaggy-coated dogs. and couldn't
dress to suit the hot *"r '.h'
chances are that the official labora-
tory would not haveP the slightest
doubt In finding negri bodies in their
brains if the opportunity offered.
How many of those who lost their
lives in our rivers, lakes and canals
might have been saved had they been
able to swim no one can say, but
the figures as to the ages of the vic-
tims Indicate, to the New York Mall,
that a large proportion were children
and presumably unable to take care
of themselves in the water. There
Is Ineffable regret in the thought that
many of them might still be among
the living had they been Instructed
In youth In one of the simplest and
most healthful of outdoor recreations.
The art of swimming is so easly ma
tered that there is little or no ex-
cuse (or Ignorance of It In any oem-
munity bordering a lake, a poad or
a stream, be it large or small. It
as grseful as doacl and tf
mare wholesome; a aOt atbis' as
towesa and far tee dealt to do wIlL
Ose might almost wish that there
wore attaebed to vey abe .plio

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er tb m isAitsasy-
me ohm" Of011"s1001 86*
so cha of eimate /WsE
S eoems bhe otfee r ltetal, pu-f
die te 0 a" brighteae the *eye.
gl esMae sad teose to the system,
m ith ose ae of erheulatem. 3.
. B.Il a id preparadoa. thoroughly
ed r ayeomrs. sold by all drug-
IM at pw bottle, with oompete di
Se4. mplo frp by wriig to Blood
SOo.. eesaat, Oa.* Deerlbe trouble
,ad free edlal adoe give.


e(quil miouitlly install-
meuta, that will, In our
opinion, make you inde.
pen4ent for life?
For assistance in driv-
ing our big tunnel, we


offer an


intent


twelve r i o b, proven
mine wbiub have pro-
duced $9,000,000.00 in 'a
camp that is producing
$1,000,000.00 a month.
SubE ipo $60.00 to
*1,0. on inaumllmat



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tn'o a rft1a8 M tbhg (6or -ma1
malty, stes the OblMeg Nws, S
the average womaanIs ot ao the
snse of humor.

"By Chowder';, laments the New
York Evening Post. is now the only
oath that can be legally used Within
the city limits of Waterville, Kan.-
an Inland town, where the real chow-
der is only a figment of the Imagina-
tion. But Idealistic hope is the ori-
gin of all oaths.

The Court believed that the release
of Thaw would be a source of dan-
ger to the community. The oulp char-
itable view to take of his arrogant
conceit, comments the New York
Sun, Is that this is but a symptom
of the disease of which he is a vie.
tim.
There is talk about enforcing the
law against spitting in public places~
There has been this sort of talk ever
since the passage of the law. It
may be cited as evidence, thinks the
Philadelphia Ledger, that there Is
such a law.
In a Massachusetts case it was de-
cided that a person who went upon
the highways of that state with an
unregistered automobile was not even
a "traveler," and that the public
owed him no duty whatsoever, de-
clares the Outing Magazine.
People who ought to know better,
sighs the Christian Register, cop-
tinue to attribute to Dr. Charles W.
Eliot statements in regard to mar-
riages among people of different na-
tionalities which he never made. The
hope of America lies in the mingling
at some time of all these diverse E9,
ropean strains. Protestant and Catho-
lic, Jew and Gentile, in one homo-
geneous nationality.
Here are a host of the things that
they put into "Ice cream," asserts the
New York Press. Water, condensed
milk, skimmed milk, whole milk, fish
gelatin cream, butter, hog's lard,
calf's foot gelatin, soft suet, oleomar-
garine, flour of sea moss, eggs, corn-
starch, wheat flour starch, sugar,
saccharine, "extract of vanilla." ani-
line dyes, vanillin, chocolate, burnt
sugar, molasses, extract of tonks
bean.


t,. l' haara' t*w hatt& T


ws- 4* m a eeNAiM feot? Nml
MIe ren aet aI if .
rbwo hadsm t.ts sethe-hreakerl
No* **' I eft me bliemo eu tl1pede0
eiter.-The bethr.



U I n- ft Mom..I

My six yer old darhter ho d the dai d-
fl disease edled hives 'for two siths.
She become s a1ld by playing witr ohih-
drm who had it. By setchin she causMo
Ire OerW'which were irritating. Her
ody was a ecoplet aorm but it was worn
Peor rarms and back. We employed a
ep isa who left medine but it did not
5Mo &ar *d I tried NVen! remedies but
itout aail. Seeing the Cuticura Reme-
die advwtied, I thought I would try
thes. I ave her a hot bath daily with
Cticura eoap and anointed her body with
Cuticur Ointment. The first treatment
relieved the itching and in a short time the
din eai dsarppedd. Mr. L. Fridhoff,
Warren, Mh., Jne 30 and July 3,OS."
Potter orug & Chim. Corp., Sole Propa
of Cutieura remedies Boston, iMas.
There Is talk about enforcing the
law against spitting in public places.
There has been this sort of talk ever
since the passage of the law. It
may be cited as evidence, thinks the
Philadelphia Ledger, that there is
such a law.
South AmericaI woods were for-
merly used exclusively in the making
of fishing rods, but the materlad i.
now being largely supplied by Queen-
sland.
Mrn. Window's Soothing Brup for Chfldrm
as i. s Nofteas theYgi., reduces inflamma.
ha, aDiapaa.Qcurmewnd eolie. le a I otUe
Thoroughly Prepared.
At a religious service in Scotland
the late Lord Kelvin noticed a young-
ster accompanying his grandparents
and sitting wise as a young owl
through the sermon.
At the close of service Lord Kel-
vin congratulated the grandfather
upon the excellence of the young
man's behavior.
"Och, aye," returned the veteran
"Duncan's weel threatened afore he
gangs in."-New York Evening Mail.
There are thirty-nine letter in the
R3aslan alphabet.


seek in the be6t
V& -a1i your ettI M
S*@ I ** *rik, whi
queotle, the asimpe i
and the bea remiedles for
nary dlaases.
It endlelns nothing brut
dairy salt mixed with
blood purifier, operas fa
and the other disease of fth"
Saft Petre for the klidey.
small amount of Nux VnemG
is one of the best known tu
We want you to road blow
others think of our novel
not only succeeds when all
fail, but also saves time, INI
money.
WHAT OTHERS SAY,..
There Is nothing that sqems to
spot' like yo-ir dteated Sait Bi S
hip two eaes a6 onoe. R. HM01
Covingtou, Tena.. February 4, M N,.,
Your MedoAted salt Brictk did
told grod. I'lesee ship two mo
eauld hardly get alo.ig without It.
o. R. iAA
Ittae Den. Miss.. July IT. Is8.,
A few weeks ago I gave one ot yo r
ted salt Brriok to an old male who
his appetite. and become very t
less. After using It I noticed a t
trovement in his eanditton. and at
Im the second one he can kick up
with the oolt4 and -join In their R ,.
M. 8 EHRRAAN P(J. i
Newberne, Ala., February St, 1I08.
Blackman Stock Remdl C4M"
CHATTANOOGA, TENNIS
If your dealer doesn't sell t;
him to write for prices.


Bad Brea
"For months I had great troublesq
stomach and used all kinds of
My tongue has been actually as
gras, my breath having a bad of
weeks an-pa friend recommetdea
and after using them I cas
cheerfully say that they have
cured me. I therefore let you knowh
hall rtcmioP"nd them to any ue00
ing from such troubles."-Chas. IL
pern, 114 E. 7th St., New York, N.
Pleasant. Palatable, Potent, TasteOl
Do Geod. Never 8?"ke-.W
Oc. le.3Wc. Never sold i bUl
slae tablet stamped C C C.
mre or your money back.
GIVING REASON.
"Why do they call a wave a
The beach enchantress asked '
No beau of all her string could t
Not one essayed the task.
Till, after a lengthened, st'nt
The cynic up and spoke:
"It comes to shore in bang-up sat
But goes away dead broke!" *
-Ju
"As a rule." said Uncle
the Washington Star, tainn' no
"'okin' a gif hoss in de monJ
:act dat he were a gif' is a
"",ra sign he's no good."
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IN NeOWl..1P~Mp-ete.

,h.~I~shatwoos btive; two pdlisa
0They do met vimpe, te
ri IZNIIVTCo.,
aidm jUSom NIL.Pbs. pa.
wxaa. Iff rooesw.
"IS Arlan& -ft is oeelderod healthy
.to abd your mm busalmse!'1
"That ide wouldn't be at all pop
ulat ame' the ftsterm health mo
NOWt.-Lovkei~lie Con rier-Journal.


Ul I k low.'M eal
Ohli, -mmfk a SPOOM& Suom
0" b wtn ad tMfaisng lena.
It 4eWas sl e eoemt"al elemeUts
of ** e and bM the edvantar.
of e diled with water to fur
ash dak s 'well. It t oood fed
to a atral tate or mixed with oth-
er feed. Clover and alMtalfa are
0e- Mr producing feedi. They con.
Wa1 proen for the o*g and lime,
ftr the shell, and they may be fPd
winter or eusmer, green or dry. It
18 beet to grind them to a meal for
dAy tedl.--Prwmer'e 'Home Joutrnal.
EWBNGO IS BELIEVING.
Isaac (who has Just recovered from
typhold)-Doctor. you have charged
me for four weeks' calls; I vill pay
for only three weeks!
Doctor-But I called on you every,
day for four weeks, Mr. Isaac!
Isaac-Vell. dere vas one week I
vas delirious and I didn't see you
come In!"-New York Journal.
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vijZ7TeUing
Deeo mot take late eselderatios the eaMmel "PhD
88* bpplese-womely health.
The women who negleets er health I
very fonedelom of all good brtume. For Nst d .
ov lose its lustre and old is but dros. H
Womanly health who lost or impired ay general be
regained by the use of Dr. Pieroe's Favorite Preseripoea.
TAh Pre fptfte hASfo, ore0 410 r yee.
booneA and delabeat, weak. paim.gdwu'..
uw eas, by the a-dreed o thmeemde
tnd this too I fthe iPforey of ci et e -
wftO et relfa herin to sieabmt to lade.
cate qsee-eealgs and eofteasirely repe.
eaot exaplastlhess.
1ook women are Invited to consult Dr. Pierce by ltter fre .
All sorrepoademoe held as sacredly comdential. Addrem West's9
Medical Aseociation, R. V. Pierce, M. D. Presidet BuIp, N. tN
Da. Pinaca's GUAT FAMILY DOCTOR BOOS, The 'e Chmm
Medic.l Adviser, newly revised np-to-dete ediltoa-1-O p, Ss,
PlAiM I sih hosts of delicate questions whihob every wom I
ought to know about. Sent fro Ia plain wrapp to Wy d Md s e
21 oeoent stamps to cover mailing only, or h blada = M


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Ron an IdesL 4 sNo Pow4r, W s.
4e0Beeo w e40woUq oftS
8 U s 3ial eP w Wr L rAseqd, Us.
senoInsensbm Pow*dW4o.,0q4,.U
A Suh R Moth*ead Aat. Powder, Oc.
soebeSta% reesable Ia euse o.
.LL. we temCas Jeemey City, N. J.
CALL AN AIMLUjANVC.
eo--4 fetl Uke a feel to-nit.
hbe--o glad you've covered.
-Doston Transcript.
oF 3AIAOAM 1- takp' CA PWr hWiB



'bomeolo' "ood-hesed" or "of
- a Sie spirtS." we us word me. -
phoricalNr, admits the Christian -Rer
later, but the meaning is plain.
Dr. PjrWe's Plaina Pellets reulate and
onte omach, liver and bowels.
tUV tin granule. bay to take

AND INR OWN SHORTCOMINGS.
Judge-You say your wife Is In the
habit of throwing things In your
face. What, for instance?
Plaintiff-Her former husband's
virtues, your honor.-Boston Tran-

MUST B LIEVB IT.
Very Reader Will Concede the Truth
of This Statement.
One who suffers with backache or
any form of kidney trouble wants a
cure, not merely temporary benefit.
Rev. Maxwell S. Rowland, of Tom's
River, N. J., makes a
Pe statement In this con-
nection that Is worth
Jf attention. Says he:
"I was suddenly tak-
en with an attack of
kidney trouble, had
severe pains la my
back and loins and
Swa generally run
down. Doctors were
not helping me, so I
began using Doan's
Kidney Pills. They
brought me prompt
relief, and as I con-
tinued taking them i
pals lan my back disappeared and
the kidneys were restored to normal
conditioN." I


Remember the name--Doan's.
by all dealer. 50 con : a box.
ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.


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Is dellclben and cooling. It Is* economical b
pound will make 20O oups. Try a pound. In
60 cents.


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Is always the same-ALWAYS GOOD.
AMERICAN COFFEE COMPANY,
OF NEW ORLEANS, Ltd.


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i^ First Session Opens October 5, 1909
APTING~ PUI BELTf eiNow Lu ItiUg; New r(I qulImfjt; centrally locateil; sbtrung Faculty and ample Wi
SHAFTINGPULLEYS, BELTS 1 nic. Writ for attraotiv, aInouno"em"1nt. Address
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Odsorei sood brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 1, pa.kago .uolor. all Atbmra. They dye In cold water better than aoy other tI
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days; effects a permanent cure
In 3o to 6o days. Tri.Atreatment
given free. Nothingcan be fairer
Write Dr. H. H. Green's 8ons
SeMIlallts. iBox i Atlanta. OU


The Maine Dog and Maine Mutton.
If there was only a 'way to sub.
mit to a Legislature a certified list
containing the name of every farm-
or in Maine who had eltihe-r bien
driven out of or was prevented fiono
entering upon the shop raining busi.
ness because of his ie!chb wrs' dogs
the Legislature would need no further
er argument for the passage of a
law which wothid keep dogs ()cirinid.
Maine is a prosperous State alrtaldy,
but she would be doubly prosperousM
If the State was swept 4lean of ov
ery dog that chases sah?ep. Slih!ep
raising is a great Industry and a
profitable one. Why not awap our
dogs for sheep and pocket the dif.
ference?-Kennebec Journal.

TIE WAS NOT MIR('ENARY.
She-So many men nowadays
marry for money. You wouldn't
marry me for money, would you,
dearest ?
He (mbsently)-No, darling. I
wouldn't marry you for all the money
In the world.
She-Oh, you horrid, horrid
wretch!-Boston Transcript.


SOUTHERN SCHOOL OF TELEBRAPNI
S NEWNAN. GEORGIA.
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A at of Ancient Egypt.
An Interesting volume on "The
Place of Animals In Hpman
Thought" has Just been written by
the 0ountess Evelyn Martlnengo-
Ces ireco, who shows us that the life
of the Manest animal Is full of mys-


Reforestation la eotlamd.
Scotland long ago lost Its forces.
In the time of James VI. It was la-
mented that the country 'wa almost
naked and "money yelro ago spelled
of all the timmer within the snme."
Within the last hundred years, how.
ever, great tracts, notably in Perth-
shire and Forfarshire, that onee were
bare, have beet reelotbed with "tUaI
mer."
Saves Time rot leep.
Thanks to the genlus of a Motansa
man, it is no longer see0awr to Vt
out of bed early on a sold wtern
morning to start the kitehen fte.
This man has Invented an automatIe
fire kindler, which does all the work
and does It at the exact minute de-.
sired. The kindler consists of a
spring fastened on a metal plate
wbhih rests on thbAosh box of the
stove. The spring b held in place
by a trigger, and at one end is a re-
ceptacle to hold matches, head dgWn.
ward. On the front of the plate
stands an alarm clock, set for what.
ever time the fire is to be made.
When the alarm soes me and the
spring rushes back Into the partly

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OUR STOCK HAVING lEE N VERY LARGE, WE Y T
HAVE A 0000 MANY- SUMMER GOO W;TAT MUST
Se CLOSkD OUT 'EFORE OUR FALL w1M ARRIVE
AND TO THAT fO wi ARE S ACmRIPmlpo 0 O OD
THAT YOU NEED RIGHT NOW. WE LOCK SIGHT OF
THE COST ENTIRELY-MALF THEIR FORMER PRICE
IS WORTH MORE TO USI NOW THAN TO CARRY
THEM OVER, AND THEY 00 FOR A LITTLE MONEY.
WE NiED THE ROOM AS WELL AS MONEY FOR OU.*
PMKENSO FALL STOCK, WHICH WILL SOON 8EGIN
TO ARRIVE AND IF, PRICK CUTTING WILL 0 1. L
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heak an conception of animal life is a
eoamosplace with many of the older
a It has permated the
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