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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: October 23, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Vol. 19. No. I. SAN MATEO, FLA., OCT. 23. 1909. Pblisbl Mrl, $1.00 a Tear.
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Loeal Weather Report.

TRMPERATURK:
Oct. 18.-Min.... 62. Max. 80.
6 190.- . 64. 0 .. 82.
20,- "W ... 68. ....82.
S21,-. .61. 76.

Mrs. L. M. Tingley arrived Thurs-
(day morning and is at home 'o her
friends here once more.

Mrs. Roberts, of Hastings, died on
Monday. The Interment was in the
family lot in the cometetry here Tues-
day afternoon.

The First National Bank, of St.
S Agustine, has an announcement in
this issue that should Interest many
of our readers. Look it up.

They say Jacksonville was surely
wide open to the Turpentine opera*
tors in convention assembled there
this week. Some of the visitors had
S to buy hats several sizes larger than
those they wore from home.

A. E. Meyer & Co., of New York,
eo. B. Long & Co., of Buffalo, and
S M. George & Co., of Chicago, are
new commission house advertise-
e mnts on page two, to which we call
the attention of fruit growers.

From the New Smyrna section,
including Hawk's Park, Olencoe
and Turnbull Hammock, it is esti-
mated they will ship 26,400 boxes of
|- fruit. About 17,000 of this has
.I been pledged to the Florida Citrus
Exchange.

Frank Bugbee and party from
SHastings drove over Sunday- after.
noon lu their machine and gave this
oBoe a pleasant little call. Mr.
Bugbee reports the roads as fair most
of the way with one or two stretches
of deep sand.

S / Mrs. J. D. Gray, Mrs. C. A. Bailey,
T Master Clifford Bailey, Mrs. M. W.
,' Crosby, Mrs. 8. W. Baker, Mrs. S. J.
Wells, Miss Mary and Dorothy
Newley and H. W. Hills were among
i t ania Maeoltes shopping In the
g (em City Friday.

The City Council and Trus-
S e of Palatk., are conjointly In-
Vatmlmng various paving materials
H wkn to more good streets for the
01ty. About $8,OO, including
prepeorl-bolders' sas memnte,
be availlle for paving.


The Thing Desired.
The N. Y. Produce News under
date Oct. 6th says: "-The daily aver-
age for the week was 15 to 18 ears of
grapes from the Uermantown sec-
tion. Some 1,800,000 41b baskets
needed .for the crop. The seasons
distribution has covered a wide ter-
ritory so that there have been no
complaints of overstocked markets
due to heavy shipments to any one
point."
This Is exactly what Florida
orange growers are now trying to ac-
complish through their orgainxzation,
the Florida Citrus Exchange, and
there is no question but what the
wider and more equal distribution
will have a mighty good effect on
the Citrus markets of the country,
prove a benefit to growers and all
dealers as well.

A meeting of the Crescent City
Citrus Growers' Association on Sat-
urday was addressed by General Man-'
ager M. E. Gillett, who exhaustively
discussed all phases of the work ac-
complished to date, as well as the
local situation In crescent City and
vicinity. Growers were present
from Pomona and other nearby dis-
tricts and many questions were sub-
mitted, all of which the speaker
answered to the complete satisfac-
tion of the deeply interested au-
dience. The people present repre-
sented 160,000 boxes cf fruit, and tfhe
largest portion of it will be handled
through the Exchange, many grow-
ers having decided to contract their
crops after Mr. Oillett's address.
Conditions are peculiar in this sec-
tion, and many features are met
which do not obtain elsewhere. It
was decided to form a sub-exchange
in Crescent City, composed of local
association and *'single house" asso-
ciations in Pomona. Lake Como and
four or five large groves having good
packing facilities and brands widely
known in northern markets. It is
expected that fully 100.000 boxes will
be handled through this sub-ex-
change. Much of fruit will be ship-
pod by water to Jacksonville, and
there loaded In oars for distribution.
There are several very fine groves in
the Crescent City district, and much
of the prop brings high prices in the
Bsato e York and Philadelphia
mark

The New York and Bo 4 market
on grapefruit runs from*ML. to $8.60
per box depend ig on color and
grade. We bay* seep returns from
Boston this weok that netted $3.68
f. o. b. SaRa Mat" ald a wire Friday
from ae. Bae Oo., to a gro r
here states: "ar frult fine
U.O balance lo., to 8.60 .of
market" ,


James C. V. Balley and F. A. Bai-
ley, Jr., arrived Friday of last week
from Chicago. They left Chicago as
soon as possible after receiving the
wire telling them of their fathers
low condition but arrived to late.
F. A. Bailey, Jr., left for Chicago
Thursday afternoon.

Tax Assessor BHllard's books are
now in the hands of the Collector.
They show the following interesting
figures: Total acres, 46.8,421, with a
value of $8,006,29; total value,
school (sub) $2,178.64; total polls,
1,03; total to be collected, $69.378.08(.
This is between $75,(xx) and $10,00()0
in excess o'f last year's assessed val-
uation.


The steamer "Magic City" is run-
ning from Miami to Jacksonville,
leaving Miami on Tuesdays and
Jacksonville on Saturdays. Some
sof their published rates are as fol-
lows: First-class 65 ;. second-class
50c; third-class 40c; fourth-class
30c; fifth-class 26c; sixth-class 20c.
Crate rate: Tomatoes 17c; beans
17c; peppers 17c; cukes 17c; citrus
26c; pines 25c; eggs 22c; squash 22c.
J. J. Logan & Co., are the Jackson-
ville agents, and Geo. F. Cook & Co.,
are the Miami agents, for the line.

The school trustees put in eighteen
new desks at the public school
Thursday. The enrollment is now
almost 60 and new ones corning in.
Five youngsters drive in now fromin
Yelvington. The next thing needed
on the school property is a good
horse stable. There are fjtom 8 to 10
horses usually tied to tree on the
lot, and if the people whose children
ride or drive in will get together,
some day a neat stable could be put
up and the animals taken care of out
of the rain and cold weather.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that Wm.
D. Gale, purchaser of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 1 8, dated the Ist day of
June. A. D., 1906, has filed said
certificate in my.offlee, and has made
application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Said certif-
icate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated i n Putnam
County, Florida, to-wit:
Ney of nwY, Section 82, Town-
ship It, S. Raa8ge 26 B.-40 Acres.
The said laud being assessed at
the date of the issuance of such cer-
tificate in the name of Abbie A.
Hutchinson.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will islue thereon en the 27th day of
October, A. D., 1900.
Witness my oiolal signature and
seal this the 2th day of uSptember,
A. D. 1900.
HUNlY HUTOMIMSON,
( leal ] Clerk Circuit Court
N.5 Putnam County, Florida.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that Wan.
D. Gale. purchaser of Tax Certif-
cate No. 234 dated the 6 h day of July
A. D. 1906. has flied said certificate
in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to isut in Iaccord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following (derilbed prop-
erty situated in PJutnaml County,
Florida. to-wit:
W% of ",'4 of nwt4. Section 31'
Township 12, S. Iange 26. E.-
20 Acres.
The said land being assessed attth'
date of the issuance of eof i certif-
icate it the nallme of W. It. Bean.
UItnless said certifiate ihall be
redeemed according to law. tax deed
will isshu thereon on tlhw 27th day of
October, A. D). 1909.
Witni's4 my official signature and
meal this tle 25th day of Septemblier
A. 1)., 1W9.
HFN.% H Ii'T1 l NIIoN,
Clerk Circuit Court,
[Seal.] Putnam County, Florida.


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FOR SALE.


Putnam County Poor Farm.

The Board of County rComani-
sioners will entertain propositio ii
for the sale of tlhe Put naim County
Poor Farm.
This Farm consists of Eighty [Mh)]
acres of rich hammock and amuck
lands situ ated Il miles from Flora-
homne; about eight acres of Pecan
trees; flin stock re nge; good two-
story residence and barn.
This is an ideal situation for a
home, and IN well ada teed to the
growth of fruits, of whica t here are
some fine specis on the place;
about forty acres under cultivation
present year, with fences in good re-
pair-
For further information apply to
Co.. Cominissioner T. J. Itogers,
Putnam Hall, Fla., or
HxNxY HUTlImNoM)N,
Clerk Circuit Court, Palatka, Fla.


Raw Fur.
The season is approaching when
the Country Hoy gets inot only a
great deal of pleasure but coisider-
able profit out of the trapping of furs.
Furs are going to be extremely high
this Winter. We have this state-
meut from M. BABEL & SONS,
Louisville, Ky., dealers in Furs and
Hides. They will be pleased to send
price list to any one writing for it.
This Firm has dean established
since 1876. l


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Largest car lot handlers in Chicago. Members National League of Com-
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on your small shipments.
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Vegetables in Season

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VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
90 West Market Street-149 Michigan Street - - BUFFALO, N. Y.
REFERENCES.
Florida Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.


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A now Haggard novel of adventure,
"Queen ShBba's lUng." and another
installm(at of "Mr. Justice Raffles,"
by E. W. Hurnung, aru the leading
featuFes of Uunter's Magazine for No-
vember. "Clem o' the Creek," a nov.
el by I,. It. Ridge, author of "The
Ladybird," Is to app',ar lu tIwo parts
In Gunter's. The firut part is In the
November number. The complete nov.
elette. lit this number of Gunter's le
a Kentucky story of strength and
charm. There are nine short stories
by K4wln Ulila, Captain MI. I. Stow
art, alllot UIaest er. Douald Kennl-
oott, Oeorge Allan ICasland, Charle*
U. Houdley, Nate 8alsaury, Roland
Ashford Phillips, and Frank X. Ftnhe
san, In all one hundred and ninety.
two Va of stirring, eatertalnlas
Actio, iltrated.


More Important Than Eyes.
The pretty young teacher was
struggling to impart spelling-book
lore to a small Italian boy. "Chief,"
was the word under consideration.
"C(-h-e-f," spelled Tonly laboriously.
"Oh, now, Tony," she said. "you've
left out oneI letter. Can't you think
what ft Is?" Tony shook his shiny
black head. "It's name Is just the
same as something you have," she
went on, looking straight into his
eyes. "I can see them looking at me
this minute, right out of your head-
two big brown ones." "Buge!" shout-
ed Tony. triumphantly.-The Delln-
ao.Her Transformation.
Her Transformation.


Irene was a little street wair. A
kImd4parted woman called har low
her home one day, gave bar a bath,
brushed her halr a&d arramac i t be.
0 W ItWith a rbboui;
1kMtS x hack to viewtha resuUt
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"k tlaer Was sbooka a aboe% oe
WOOM Wsarcety know tMMtit was Ow
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te OM4tt66M t a ty lub, bet t is pretty well known that
through tlI-al treet to th reat nature keep, the batence oft hings
Sa cath"dra i g it r e- fwa a even., Not Mly years ago 6e Penn.
.' crime pealsht by dth for a yylvntL ilature pased a law
"Popish priest" to eater New York- giving a bounty to every marn who
F lk ?and 800,000 Jews abide and flourish killed a hawk. The thought of the
S 1A Aikuder Folk Tte where once no Jews might vote. legislators was that if the hawks
There are nearly 10,000 policemen were killed the poultry industry of
In the 8,200 miles of.atreets. Their the state would thrive threefold. The
The Ant, from time immemorial, pay lone amounts yearly to 12,85,U. price put on the head of the red
bas had many enemies, and, because They made 244,822 arrests last year. shouldered, the red tailed and the
he 1i small and destructive, laugh. To clean the streets they giard costs broad winged hawks resulted in a
ter has been rife in his family cir- $7,418,299 for a single year. thinning of the ranks of the preda.
ole. Not only were most of the The parks of the amazing city tory bird family and in the deptltion
birds aatagonistic, but Anteater lived cover fourteen square miles, includ- of the treasuries of most of the coun-
alhost entirely at their expense, and 1ing some of its choicest ground. It ties of the Keystone State.
Centipede beset them at all times Is said that they contain more than After Pennsylvania had spent $50,.
and pleaes. 2,500,000 trees and are valued at $1,- 000 in payment for hawk scalps the
At length, a few among them 600,000,000. farmers of the State suddenly found
thought it would be well to hold coun- In other words, says Pearson's out that the rats and the squirrels
cll together and endeavor to come to Magazine, the parks owned by New were eating up their crops unchecked.
some arrangement whereby'they could York contain more land than the They tried to stem the tide of de-
Oitreat to some place of safety when big city of Rochester, N. Y., and struction but failed, and then they
attacked. But at the gathering opin- could be sold for enough to pay the called on the lawmakers to make Wtfe
ions differed so much that they could entire national debas of Holland, possible again for the ha*ks. The
come to no decialon. Switzerland, Sweden and Turkey. red shouldered, the red tailed and tho
The Red-ant, Rice-ant, Black-ant, Think of a city that has built 514 broad winged birds had lived mainly
Wattall-ant, Gray-ant, Shining-ant, schoolhouses at a cost of about $100,- on the animals that were preying on
and many other prominent families 000,000 and that has more than 16,- the crops of the agriculturist. The
were represented, but the discussion 000 teachers and superintendents ed- farmer found It out a little late, but
proved a Babel of diversity, which ucating 631,000 children the salaries he found it out in time to save the
continued for a long time and came alone being $17,581,000 a year. The hawk family in Pennsylvania from ex-
to nothing. Department of Education will spend tinction.
Some suggested that they should $27,470,736 this year. Out In Kansas a few years ago the
all go Into a small hole in the And if the giant skyline of New Western redtailed hawk was abund-
ground, and live there; another fac. York staggers the imagination what ant. About once every six months
tion wanted to build a large and (of the marvellous network of pipes the readtall would pick up a chicken
strong dwelling that none but ants and wires and tunnels under the and the act aroused the owner of the
could enter; a third party wanteJ streets? The separate wires buried chicken to anger. The lawmakers of
to dwell In trees, so as to avoid Ant. under the pavements of the metro- Kansas declared the redtall an outlaw
eater; forgetting entirely that thero polls would reach twenty times and put a price on his head. There
they would be the prey of birds; around the world. were so many red tailed hawks killed
while certain of them wanted to have There is more than $12,000,000 of that the count was lost. Coincident
wings and fly. copper in them. Single cables carry with the killing of the birds the
The deliberation, as has already a thousand wires. With thousands plague of prairie dogs increased and
been said, amounted to nothing; so of wires under the streets and hun- menaced the very means of livelihood
each party resolved to go to work reds of wireless stations on the of the majority of the Kansas dwel-
In Its own way and on its own re roof tops millions of messages are leos. They called on the Biological
sponsibility. whispered underground or overhead urey of Washington to help them
Greater unity than that which ex. every day, and news comes trembling Survey of their trouble. The scienthemts
stated in each separate faction it would through the atmosphere from distant out of thprescriptionuble. Th"Repeal thetit
be diffloult to Imagine; each had his ships and continents. se n t this prescripti on: "Repeal the
appointed task and each did his work Down beside the myriad electric law placing a bounty on hawks. This
reularly and well. Some of the channels hidden under the city was done, and since that time nature
cpfamunities appointed kings and in rushes a dally supply of about 480,- has kept the balance even.
other ways perfected their organiza- 0o0,000 gallons of sparkling water, of All this perhaps has comparatively
tion, but, while each group worked which 325,000,000 gallons come from little to do with the groundhog of
in its own way, not one of them a clear mountain lake through two Illinois, but it may be said that the
tihught of protection against the on. aqueducts, one of them tunnelled legislators who would pass laws in-
slaughts of their enemies, through rock and eirth for twenty- tendedtonterfere wth the workings
The Red-ants bUilt th-.ir house on t.ight miles. New Yorkers pay their of Mother Nature are taking great
the ground and lived In it, Inst Ant. city $11,(0,0.0 a year for drinking chances. Confessedly it is not known
siter leveled in a minute what had water just what place thp groundhog or the
o"t them many days of precious Ia. It takes 10.000,000 pounds of food wture's syschuck as you will, holds n na
bfr to erect. Mhe Rice-ants went a day to supply the city. There ar ture s system of economy, bured. It t
lnlder the ground, and with them It about one hundred theatres, 1,300o holds a plac i el l assure t
Nf no better; for Anteater's claws churches and nearly 10,000 saloons, gore than possible that the propa-
wre loa and he delighted In dig. In the midst of this rushing life 105.- ganda for the spreservation of the na-
Vin. The Wagtail-ants fled to the ,5:1: cases of contagiots diseases are tural res of the country in.
trees, but only to find that (entiple reported lu yea o eludes the groundhog.-Chicago Post.
and the Birds were always around ()o and over under the streets of
and hungry. The Gray ants, who in- New York are SG3 miles of surface, -
tnded to save themselves by taking stbway and elevated railway tracks
to flight, also encountered failure,* owned by one corporation and cap- WORTH AU0 G
,,qc ae the Lizard, the Hiuntlng. Italized in stocks and bonds at the
deaP faster than B were a great well nih incredible sum of $701,-
When the Insect-King heard about 15,
their troubles he sent them the meo*.
sage of Work-together with the see. BALANCE OF NATURE.
f't of Unity; but le unfortunately ---
chose the Beetle for his messenger, Destruction of Certain Animals Is e most incredible feature in
whrbo has never yet arrived, so that Soon Repented. Cook's story of his discovery of the
the ants are still, to this day, the It seems that the groundhog is un- Polo and his two day's sojourn there,
embodiment of discord and conse- der the ban In Illinois. A bounty has to the New York Evening Post, is
queatly the prey of enomles.-James been put upon the head of the animal that one of his name should have
I!. HoneliJ, in the Bellpman. that on Candlemas Day each year stayed in any place more than a
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK. tells us whether winter is to pass or day.
SITTLE OL YR. to linger. CoL Watterson of the ---

urprising Pacts About That $24 louiasvlle Courier-Journal comes to One man or 'woman who has learn-
IaIain Peter Minuet t. the defense of the groundhog. lie ed the secret of perfect happiness and


Jt s ya ao the- whole of bespeaks consideration for it in the- has published it may do more SoW
m.ag attan lland was bought b) name of Kentucky. He might bespeak for the generations to come, declares
StWIi Pete Minuet, the new York consideration for it in the name of the Christian Register, than the most
flOe"lr af the West India Com humanity. devoted worker who takes evils as
-, ~i* l few triabkts valued at The groundhog of Illinois and the he bonds them lying on the surface
The Idians were glad to get WMt generally is the woodchuck of ot asocety.
-s e-1 from the Dutch Lor their the 5trf S tates. It is chared-
0g grouds.. against him that In digging his home According to The Hospital, London,
iag ground at the throws ravel up over the euasee soae Unglish physeans are ore
S all street f the reu to a teet that I* M patle to eat oMyers that have
S S Wor ksequal $ um e eha. Iru Mt e am' EeW of. "aipbw wee weU so i a Inwate", W
a S o meaaa so by a feet lag esops. The i s also a a ewe for adypost sad tubasWa.
esso teU msei o-is oue of being prvle the v liet s. The sei eets d theM
-wtht.- ..- ,er'-s p Mr ma t I ito al ama" water, A Is ee iseMd who tab".
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At the *f osmmlatlo Umrts
the New York Tribun. the maM who
ranks as the thirteenth is believed to
have a brilliant career before him.
Marshal MaoMahon, who entered
Salnt-Cyr in 18125, as well as Dow.
bakki, who attended the school ninealso
years later, were graduated thirteenth
in l9 ir classes. ,General Laveaueo-
ipet, -who distinguished himself ta the
defence of Mets durlag the Irafco,
German War, also ranked thirteenth.
Says the Rockford Reglster-Oa.
zetto: The effects of the late war
with the United States over Cuba
bave completely reversed' the old
time feeling of the Spanish people
that their glory lay In outside do.
minion; and that they have lost con.
fidence in the capacity "of their gov.
ernment to handle colonial enter.
prise. Considering the general Span-
ish temperament, which Is somewhat
Oriental Its Its vanity, the attitude of
the popular feeling on this subject
leaves It clear that the lessons of
the war with America and the loss
of Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Philip-
pines have been thoroughly taken to
heart. .,
Garbage dumps, acres of festering
rottenness, inside the city limits and
under the city's control offend every


physical sense within a wide radius.
But far more appalling than their
obvious nastiness is their sinister
menace of the public health, preaches
the Newark News. There is a sar.
donic jest in every line of a news.
paper description of one of thesa
dumps. Flies, carriers of typhoid.
are bred there in milliops-and the
city affects to fear typhoid. A mos
quito4breeding pool Is In the center
of the tract-and we have professed
Interest in mosquito extermination.
Rats, destructive to property and
recognized disseminators of loath-
some germ diseases, swarm over the
"heaps of garbage. Nauseating odors
from decaying offal, acrid smoke from
burning refuse poison the atmosphere
---and this when public and private
agencies are preaching thF gospel of
pure air to all who will give ear.
"Coming -baok" at President Woods
row Wilson of Princeton for his com-
plaint in his Phi Beta Kappa ad-
dress at Harvard that the life of the
American college and its work are
now separate-that study is the
work that interrupts the life of the
college and that the faculty has no
part in the life but organizes the in-
terruption-tho Springfield Republican
admonishes the President of Prince-
ton that "the scheme of college ed-
ucation that either eliminates or min-.
imizes hard, rigorous work as the
basis of achievement in whatever field
of activity is sure to be exposedL
sooner or later, as a glittering fraud."
President Wilson's rejoinder was that
recent Princeton graduates would
laugh at anybody Who might advise
him to insist on hard work by the
students in that institution; they
must work, of course, ho said, but
what they do should be "work'traase
lated Into the terms of leasurambl
life, if possible."
HINTS.
Break theb ggs with a small-lsed
funnel. The whites will all peas
through into the bowl below, and the
yolks will be loft la the funneL
One way of combating the rat
plague is the devislag of some meoo
omical and convenient way of dit
posing of domestic garbage to 6M
vent Its accumulation nl or about At
home.
Whea a scallop Is pe4d ad thd
butteaboled it It sbae
RowUtag and whippela te
to deir mate als ts a good M.


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^*th hhg to % use, etse 9Dtec.
olql people seem to believe that
illl give relief Into cases of un-
S wblb are severe enough to
!B !e treatment.
it to certainly high time." a doo-
S4 r said the other day, "that persons
4-Rferltg from sunburn should know
That it Is not going to do them any
ood to cover themselves with nil
Sof ay kind. What is needed is a
ft cooling astringent.
'* "An application of oil In any form
will only serve to make the sunburn
worse, yet In nine cases out of ten
It will be oil in some form that a
s fferer will apply. Where greasy
applications will cause the Irritation
of sunburn to continue, a cooling as-
triagent applied qn a compress will
soothe almost Immediately."
The sun has this year been blamed
for other evils than sunburns. There
has been an impression that the ac-
tinic rays have been more powerful
than usual and that they have caused
much eye trouble, the sufferers being
principally persons who wear glasses.
"There has been no increase in the
sale of our colored glasses." said an
optician in town, asked about the
matter, "in spite of the talk about
the actinic rays this summer. There
has not been a summer in recent
years without some story about the
actinic rays and their bad cense-
quences.
"At one time people were wearing
yellow glasses to counteract* their
effect; one oculist gave his patients
amethyst glasses, and at another
time the only kind of glasses that
did any good were said to be violet
glasses. But the people who kept on
i. wearing their ordinary glasses seem-
ed to have just as comfortable eyes
as those that tried all these novel.
tles.-Now York Sun.
Passing of Costly Receiverships.
In the liquidagpn of the Bingham-
ton Trust Company, Clark Williams,
superintendent of banks, has again
demonstrated that the big fees form.
orly paid to receivers for failed barks
were unjustified.
Tb band has paid an initial dCvi-
den of 50 per cent. to the depositCre.
Thi disbursement comes barely Wve
months after the doors were close ed.
The amount paid out was over $1,500,-
000.
Under the old system of court re-
celverships, such rapid settlement of
claims would have been unheard of.
So would such a thing as an expense
to the depositors, including the re-
ceiver's salary of $10,626.11, whhih
wan less than 1 per cent. upon Ihe
total amount disbursed.
The success of Clark Williamin's
plan is attracting the attention of
S the legislatures of other states. 'lThe
people of New York owe a great debt
r/l. of gratitude to their conscientl, us
s superintendent of banking for thls
reform.-New York Financial WoId.
t" Making Land and Water.
I While Holland is preparing to
drain its big inland sea, the Zuyder
e- e, Russia has a project of sacrlLc-
*| lag land in order to raise the ser-
.' face level of another land-locked s*,,
that of Azoff.
S On its shore are the ports of Tag an-
I",' tog, Rostoff and Berdianak, wh.':h
play the most important part in twe
south Russian grain export trade, b'it
are much hampered by the shallow-
aeso of the sea. Now it sla propr.-


Sed to dam up the strait of Kerteh,
whibc is the only outlet of the saa
of Asoff into the Black sea. The
thirty thousand million tons of water
which at present flows through the
strait would quickly raise the level
S several feet.
The cost of building the dam, which
SIrto be two miles long, is estimated
S4 7,5MO00, in addition to which $8,-
B' MOO would have to be laid as co,.a
mesiUon to owners of flooded land.
Caiunioation between the two seas
wVtM be established by means of
VIWl,-,Now York *4n0.


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YOUR OWN BRANmO i
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IS NOW READY TO RECEIVE OR.
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CUSTOMERS KNOW THEY WILL


RBOEIV FAIR AND
TREATMENT, INCLUDING


SQUARE


so,0oo PfC Tit
FOR rALE.
Write me for one of my new books
p on Pernn Culture.
Dy sending me fifty cents I win
send you a box of Pecatis of differ
V eat varieties. Yours tnruly,
C. A. YANCEY,
fhun)kle. L,


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Price, $4S. PNEUMATIC
and Pump
aq 'shown in
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GOOD PRINTING;
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Very Serious
It Is a vey serious matter to ask
ft one me.Afrnp and have the
wrong one given you. Power this
reason we urge you in buying
to be careful to get the genuine-

MACK-RMAUGHT
iv MY e4dtae
The puloioo thie ol ble ci fr oetfooa. ln.
digestion and river trouble, sbn.
ly establild. t do.e not Imitat
other medictne. It is better than
oders, r ftwould not be the fr-
vot Hver powder, with a larger
sle than all other combined.
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5alnflsvlHe Pr
Gainesville, Florida.
Growers of Budded and Grafted IP'-
can Troees of best standard varieties;


hardy oranges on hardy
grown romes, palnis and
and ornamental trees,
Keep our catalog on file.


;tock, field
ferns. Fruit
shrub., etc.


H. S. RAVES, Prop.,


Gainesvilie,


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Stoek of the Sea Mateo riMlt co.
offers one of the very best opportuni-
ties for peoftable ln estment to bI
found nla iorld. Write for parttulars
to 1aa Mateo Frut Co. vaa &tates
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STABLES.
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baker Bros. Mfg. Co., South
fId. Phone P. 0. Boax Palatk.


POUND.


One of the best houses to handle
#hipmeats of oranges and vegetables.
Write them today. 'they are
HEWITT A COMPANY,
10 But Cam dean t. .altimore, Md.


YOU WILL USE


Armour Ferilizers.


WHY NOT NOW?




Manufactured in Jacksonville.


Sales Agent,


F. A.


Gerber


Dealers In


Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
of all descriptions. Undertakers and Embalmers.
Juit arrived complete line Crockery and China Tableware, Hot*
ware, Toilet Bets, Odd Pieces China Olassware, Lamps, eto.


106-112 FRONT ST., PALATKA.


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Why Stay North and Freeze?


COME TO SAN MATEO


And spend thei winl.r out of door alwI you v.ll 'uni.! agai:in.
4f you want to rent a cottage, write ut: wI have thm furnished, and
ready to move In. Byrlyn Place. (see idvrt '-cwinient In this paper) can-
not be beaten in Florida for a board in lihouse. \\:ict -



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Ue. S. About 40 acfft, omie Lu..,
We, 13 A. fenced and cultivated. lluni.q
of tsout rooms, barn, etc., within I.#e
n4 of iostomfft and depo'. A bai
ph at $800.00. Terms 11 desired.
l.. 0 A
Cottage, two bed rooms, kilthen, dth.
%Ih room and large living room, about
two aore land eoently set out in or.
ange te, nicely altoated in center
of town. Oottage furn4shed. For rent
o Photo.
Me 4. 8.500 acres, river 8 sides, R.
L. Oea side, fence 1 mfle. Would f(ut:e
Ht alL POr battle ranch, coiltlnDt l e
bMi HaS 2 million feet pine, 1 1.2
aMUlio cypress, 6 million fet )f asth,
mi hickory, maple, nwaguctia, etc.
toed wharf, $-room house and fUrrL
About 60 A. Under fence. The price
$1.00 an acre. If you mean buslnebs
oime and see this.

If you want a couple of rooms for
light housekeeping or a cottage, write
us. Rates are $10 to $35 per month.


Do it Now!


No. 85. Pineapple lands in Dade
county, on railroad. 5 acre lots, $20
per acre. If you want plneappje land
or a pinery already tn bearing, write

41. A pretty little grove with fine
location for house on river basn,
About five hundred boxes fruit this
season. Wharf on the property and
new packing house.
46-aere tract, one of the best In Ban
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 aeres cleared, fenoes not in best of
shape, nsall house and psaking house.


No. 109. S0.room house. Cost over
$,MO.OO to build. Mteres lse
peAh trees, 300 yoag orwa
f0r*. Barn. Nice loesaon; shelod
street and sidewalk on front. Prie.
14,500.00. A good opening for same
S mikt expensaM by taking
iardes while fruit trees are comln
tna bearing. Bsy terms. Photo.
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No. ?Y-4,300 acres land s-itlble to
e ranch; some of te of the est
deA land, mall loanse grove, gowlas
wells of pure water, frontiUn on St
Mebno river with Florida East Coas
Rlalway ruUalog through the property
LM the price.
Do you want an Interet In bAritnp
mange grove? No better Investmen
In Florida. Write for particulars, so
Emate of prafta, expenses, etc.
'y your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It eosbs e14
than to go farther south and then come
baok.


Building lots to good location, $100
to O600; 10OxtOO feet to 8 acres ha
exent.
We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18,00u. Write us
about price you would -want to pa)
for a place And we will write you
about what we have around your Aig
ure.
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down in
December for his health, bought 10
acres of land for $500, had it set odt
to oranges and grapefruit; and bqfore
he left in spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his
penses for the winter. He refused to
se$l.


Vou Want a Honse la Florida,- C*me to San Mateo
and see what We Have to Offer. You Will
rlak a IlUstake If You Don't.


Axe Best anm Cheal

But Why Fertilize
CITRUS TREES
ill the Faull ?


We have published a booklet till-
ing the reasons for FALL FERTIL.
IZING under the title WHY FERTIL.
IZE CIThUS TREIt IN THE FALL.
It is prepared with the extreme care
we give to all our publications and
will prove of interest to all and of
benefit to many. Our booklets are all
free. ,
How and When to Fertilize Citrus
Trees; I I
Why Ferthiie Citrus Trees ih the
Fall;
How to Begin an Orange Grove;
Florida Soils.
Write us for prices of our IDEAL
FERTILIZERS. Not "Just as good"
as any, but the BEST that can be
made and besides giving you TRUE
QUALITY we can save you money.


Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company


Jacksonville, Fla.'


PFro h 1i are giving greatest satisfaction to our
hundreds of customers in Florida.
They always grew, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
M *In planting groves now, think of the
s future. THE SUCCESS OF YOUR IN.
VYSTMWT depends on the trees you plant. MAKE NO MISTAKE, but
eoMn to


replace them.
ADDRESS


STrese guaranteed to arrive at destin-.
tion in good order. It they dot% we
NO WhIIT FLY.


0. W. CONNER, Prop.
...XANOBUNm.


FW4RrDA.


J. A.


Crosby,


BYRLYN


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SAN MATBO. PLA.


BEACH & MILLER


LINE.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.

Steamer "CRESCENT."


SOU'1H BOUND.



Leavo Ofrw cove 1Springs -10: loan
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Monday Wedneoday and Friday.
IAveV Oreeat OCty . . T:00a
Leave San Mate . . 9:00am
Leave Palatka . . . 9: am
LeAve OGw Oove Springs Itpm
Arrlv asnheovilie . . #:00pm


R. J. n ADAS, At., Palatka.
Oen. Mgr.. Creset Ot.r


of frltr ani vegetables ame tvg
tick wwev. and low prices for so
plies oat
RUBBER TAMPs AND *TENOIL0
S'TR I"I Gov^ M o *d tr"L

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COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPENS OCTOBER 'IR8T, *09.
HPIALTHY, high pine wood couun try. Convtnlent for side trip to S4.
Augustluo and all Eaxt Coati points. OlaklaWaha and St. Johns River
steamers can stop at the wharf. G001) HUNTIIGO and fishing; glides sad
dogs can be had on short notice.
Meuse is situated in 15-aj'e Or iage grove, one block from depot, 34
mile from River. 400 acres range Oroves at San Mateo.
tes: $8.00 to $12.00 pOt week; ASO peV day. For reservatios
wrfW

DR. J. E. COCHRANE, Manager

VALATIE, N. Y.
AFTER OCTOBER 1ST, SAN MATEO, FLORIDA.




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their sisters amd tai h L Oardui is a none
mineral, non-Introxcawg la ediine for women. It
is for sick, weak bi, mflith sik female organs.


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*up the fomasyl etemn and relieves female pain.
Mrs.M. A St. Clair, of Eskdale, W.Va., writes:
"Before taking ardul, I had given up all hope of
get".ti well I had safered for 8 years with my
left side and was confined to my bedso I took Cardui,
and now _ardui has about cured my female trouble."
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Saviat na, Qla mbla, Camdpp, opthern
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S iMls a s a Ihsmdoatlle 1l:55 p. a. dalUy, Including

f tull lalormaton amd deeper reservatlous, call on say agent,
Seaboard, or write:
8 OYLTLON, JR, Assistaat General Passengor Aent,
JACKSONVILL, FLORIDA.
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a feG appearance and glossiness of coat. It Is as infallible cure for
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.ADDRESS:
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made of the best steel, and rounded tips to proeveit clipper cutting. When
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SUNDAY BLUE LAWS
ENFORCED IN PENSACOLA.
Pensacola, Fla.-Pensacola had a
blue Sunday the Law and Order
league enforcing the Florida laws
passed fifty ytars ago to the letter,
relating to Sunday law violations, and
not even a newspaper or cigar could
be purchased, while those house.
keepers who failed to provide them.
relves with bread and neglected to do
their marketing Saturday had to rely
upon restaurants for their Sunday
dinner.
Meat markets, bakerie., frult
s tands,, book and newspaper stores.
theaters and other classes of business
heretofore wide open were kept clos.
"ed. Only one man defied the laws
. and the league. That was a theater
proprietor, who opened his doors and
ran uninterrupted aatil the closing
hour. The sheriff has refused to act
In making arretsa unless members of
the Law and Order League make
aiMdavits, then he will arrest upon
warrants only.


Frightful *ate Averted.


"I would have been a cripple foi
life," from a terrible cut on my knee
cap," writes Frank Disberry, Kelli.
her, Minn., "without Bucklen'i Arnl.
cal Salve, which soon cured me." JIn
fallible for wounds, cuts and bruises,
It soon cures burns, scalds, old sores,
bolls, skin eruptions. World's best
for piles. 2,c at 8. W. Rowley's. ti

INTEREST SHOWN IN INLAND
WATERWAY CONVENTION.
Jacksonville, Fla.-By consistent ef-
. fort on the part of the president, sec.
Rotary and other offers of the organ-
, isatlon, much Interest has been aroues-
ed In the approaching convention of
: the Mississippi-Atlantic Inland Water.
i way association, which will be held
Inm Jaetonvllle, November 15 and 16.
tKOver two thousand delegates, have, to
S te, been appointed by commercial
es, mayors and governors of cit
a, and states Interested in the pro
and objects of the association.
l the gatherings here will doubt-
ove te most representatively
sad successful gathering of
ilracter ever held In the south.
Bofat Is now being made to In-
te transportation lines to grant
low round trip rates from all
Sa the eouatry to Jacksonville
Isaunt of the convention. The
I Deeper Waterway amoclatlon
SNfolk diately follow.
e stion knee, and It is do.
ave the low transportatioa
tHo Norlo as well, as
who ooIO to JackauM

Ia t t itloome
wil have

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The Sed-Reouk of Sueeees
lies In a keen, clear brain, backed by
Indomitable will and reulftleas ener-
sy. Such power iomes ftrum tlhe
splendid health that Dr. King's New
Life Pills Impart. They vitaltle ev-
?ry organ and build -ip brain and
body. J. A. Harmon, llzemor, W.
Va., writes: "They are the Ieit pills
I ever used." 2Ce at S. W. ilow ley's.


POUND LOST CHILD
THROUGH A DREAM.
PennaeoJ, Fla.-Finding her daugh-
ter who Mbd been lost since an Infant
eighteen years ago, through the medi-
um of a dream, is the experience of
Mrs. B. L. Ellis, of this city. who left
for Jonesboro, Tenn.. to vhilt her
long-lost child.
According to Mrs. Ellis, her hus-
band died In Jonesboro shortly after
her child was born and the baby was
turned over to a neighbor until the
mother could come to Pensacola and
establish herself In business. Three
months later Mrs. Ellis went back to
Jonesboro for the baby. only to find
that her neighbors hud moved to
parts unknown. For five yvars Ihe
searched contnuously for the baby,
but finally gave up In despair.
About a week ago, Mrs. Ulls had a
dream In which she saw her daughter
back In Jonesboro. She telegraphed
to friends In that city and received a
reply that her daughter, who had re-
cently married, had returnedwlth hei
husband to that city and did not even
know that her mother was alive.
Money Comes in Bunches
to A. A. Chisholm of Treadwell, N.
Y., now. Ills reason is well worth
reading: -For a long time I suffered
from indigestion, toripd liver, consti-
pation, nervousness and general de
ability he writes, "I couldn't sleep,
iad no appetite, nor ambition. grew
weaker erv#y day in spite of alt med
cleal treatment. Then used Electric
Bitter. Twelve bottles restored all
my old-time health and vigor. Now
I can attead to business every day.
It's a wonderful medicine." Infallible
for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and
nerves. 5oc at 8. W. Rowley'e. tf


SURGEON COSMAN HAS
FOUND NEW DISEASE
Pensacola, Fla.-Paptaln Frank
Gosman, post surgeon, stationed at
Port llarrancas, has discovered a ues
disease, two cases having developed
there of what is known as "creeping
eruption." which are the first eves
known in this section, and the fourth
cas s to be reported in the United
States. Recently two artillerymen
on duty at the post appeared before(
one of the assistant surgeons foi
treatment for an eruption, which
seemed out of the ordinary. Treat
melt was administered, but did not re
lieve the cases. Captain Gosman
then began treatment, and found the
cases to be "creeping eruption,"
which he states is caused by the eg
of a horse fly. Photographs were
made of the arms of the artillerymen,
and these with a report from the post
surgeon have been forwarded to the
department at Washington. The doc-
GRADING COMMENCED ON
TAMPA AND GULF RAILROAD.
Tampa, Fla.-lnformation comes
from the West Coast that the grading
of the TAmpa and Gulf railroad, which
Is to connect Tampa and Tarpon
Springs, has commenced, and that the
connecting link necessary to bring
the road tothicity is to be push-
ed to early cbmpletiou.
Mr. C. H. Luts, one of the promi-
nent factors In the development of
the West Coast section of Hillabor-
ough county, was here on his way
north to purchase rolling stock for
the Tampa and Gulf Coast road, In or-
der to have It nla readiness when the
road is ready to operate.


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BAPTIST SSMINOLES TO
INVADE EVERGLADES.
Miami. Pla.-A company of fifteen
Semlnole Indians, Baptist evangelists,
have arrived at Jupiter from Oklaho-
ma, for the purpose of evangelizing
the Seminoles In the Everglapdes.
They expect to remain In this sec-
tiou about two months. They are
well dressed ind speak English per-
fctly. The l-Everglades Indians have
beel uotifled.
EDUCATION CAMPAIGN
MEETING GREAT SUCCESS.
Jacksonville, Fla.-Captain George
M. Lynch arrived here from a tour in
the Interests of the educational cam-
paign, and Is very enthusiastic over
!he work and scope of this new meth.
',d of interesting the Florida public
'n the importance of the schools
"The Interest that is being manifest
.d by the citizens," said Captain
Lynch, "is far greater than the most
?nthueiastic supporter of the educa-
Ional campaign could have predict-
ed."


It's a Top Notch Deer.
Great deeds compel regard. The
world crowns its doers. That's why
'he American people have crowned
)r. King's New Discovery the king
)f Throat and Lung Remedies. Ev-
iry atom is a health force. It kills
;erms and colds and lagrippe vanish.
"t heals cough-racked membranes and
coughing stops. Sore, inflamed and
)ronehlal tubes and lungs are cured
imd hemorrhages cease. Dr. George
More, Black Jack, N. C., writes "it
;ured me of lung trouble, pronounced
hopelesss by all doctors." 50c, $1.00.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by S.
W. Rowley. tf

FIliIIa NEWS NTES,
**It used to be said that Florida would
not produce hay. but farmers have
found their mitsake and now agree
that the land suitable for raising hay
is unlimited in Florida.


**That Tallahassee cau still grow or-
anges and grapefruit is demonstrated
In several of the yards in and around
the tity.
**The orauge grotes and gardens
show many new trees set out, both In
grapefruit and orange. The crop for
this fall promises well, and will be
sbove the average. The guava crop
this season Is heavy, and it l still be-
ing gathered and more blooms are
showing. Sweet potatoes are now com-
Ing In and vegetables also. The pros-
pects for an early crop this far are
good.
**With the largest crop of corn that
Suwannee county has ever produced;
a splendid crop of sweet potatoes,
sugar cane and peanuts ready for bar-
veht; syrup-making and hog-killing
almost here; an average cotton crop
bringing a good prIte, and many oth-
er good things too numerous to men-
tion. It looks like prosperity will strike
Suwannee.
**The' ampaIgn of education de-
serves the ooal sy ay sa sap.
port of the itisenas wherever thee
meetUg are held.
**Volusal county will market si bhun-
dred thousand hboes of orange tsia
season. The cromp Is the largest adi
ainet In the history of the oouty.
**No state .I the south h as deep an
laterest I the meet ig of the Miss-
alppi-AtlasnUe lad aterwa aseaO.
elation o be held Ie Jkackoville No.
vember 15 ad 16 aet. as ha4 1ir-
da IS L fnal- with hfi AtM
tuo must ae a s the Florida o t.
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We oebr ome -umired leOars
wern for say ca of t Nrb that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrn
Cure.
F. J. CHENBY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F"..1. ('Cheney for the last 15 yoes,
and Iell.*'* him perfectly honorable
In all tnsiasmes transaction, and Wasn-
eial able to carry out any obligations
made by his Arm.
WAI,DING. KINNAN & MARVIN.
Whelesale Drugglst., Toledo, 0.
HIall's Catarrh Cure is taken later-
nally, actlng directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimeonals sent free. Price, 7Sc
per bottle. Seld by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
stipation. tf


**A piece of steel weighing sixteen
pounds dropped into a 'well that had
been bored to the depth of two hun:
dred and forty-seven feet, at St. Pe-
tersburg, some three months ago.
There was two hundred and seven-
teen feet of water over the steel,
which was a section of the boring
tools. The other day, B. M. Latham,
superintendent of the electric light
and power plant, was told of the trou-
ble and rigged up an olectro-magnet,
after a plan familiar to electricians,
which had a lifting power of nineteen
pounds. After one failure, he succeed-
ed on the second attempt In drawing
the ouatacle out of the well, thus sav-
ing the well digger from the possielble
expenditure of money and labor in
sinking another well. it was a note-
worthy application of science to one
of the uses of dally life.
**The Woman's Chritalan Temperance
union of Miami, one hundred and
eighty strong, have resolved to boy-
cott all merchants In the Magic City
who fall to sign the petition for call-
ing a "wet" or "dry" election Ip Dade
county.


**At various places in the state the
farmerd have not only made enough
corn for their own use, but are ship-
ping It by carloads to other points.
**Tax Assessor W. C. Thompson of
Macclearny has faieshd his calculations
and makes a showlg of $187,- In
Increased valuations f property nla Ba-.
ker county. Part of this inerese rep-
resents Improvemente, but meot of It
was made by the board of county
emIlseonaI Itsn I work of equalisa
tine. The increase of taxes to be col-
lected will amount to something like
$*,00 of which about $4,000 will go
into county funds other 4haa achpol

**While the turpentie men are sa"l
89g over the r In pri"e they are
frowning over very sheet utpet.
the 4 -h""lW eaW
, et =o the Ofltl. 7


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etl InntIe o asoIa tt, 3uto

date te Art dayr; north ha. A t
ba le d fquarteroetmal etlSote "r
my ipehvame a ca
tefor tao detohwest ter Westhale


of with la.t qr ao southet qrebe
the lowlquarter; d Wibed aerty south.
et quarter of-soutyh, west quarto.
wit:
nouth half of northeast quarter of
southwest quarter; north halt of
southeast quarter of southwest quar.
art of southwest quarter; weot half,
qe northeast qr et aouthert o r ot.
saouthwest quarter; west half of south.
east quarter of -southweast quarter;
north bhat of northwest quarter of.
northeast quarter of southwest quar
ter; saoutheast quarter of northwest
quarter of northeast quarter of south.
weat quarter, and northeast quarter
of northwest quarter of southwest
quarter, les 1 14 acres.
Section 18, towndhip 12 south,
rape T7 east-71 acres.
The saM land being assessed at
the date of the luMance of such cer-
tificate In the name of IF. B. M. and
Unless said certificate- shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 26th day
of October, A. D., 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 20th day of September,
A. D., 1909.
(Seal.) HENRY HUTCHINSON.
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County,
Florida.
By J. C. BAUS, D. C. tf

Notice is hereby given that I will
receive returns of taxable property
for the San Mateo city assessment
of 1909 at the postoflce during the
regular hours of same. City valua-
tion will in io Instance exceed those
of the state or county assessor:
HAROLD W. HILLS,
tif City Tax Assessor.

The proposed ship canal will Ve of
Immense advantage to this state,
wherever it may cross Florida.
therefore is every community and
mercantile body in the state interest-
ed in being represented in that meet-
ing next month. Every state in the
south will send representatives, and
Florida should be there In force.


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Sth last horizon's rim.
adventure's fartbhest quest,
.where they rise, serene and dim,
Ih. happy, hippy Hills of Rest.


their a'nllt slopes lift
The castles we have built In Spain-
Wile fair am!d the Summer drift
-:. Our faded gardens flower again.

O weet hours we did not live go by


TO soothing note, on scented wing;
I, Ia golden-lettered volumes lie
The songs we tried In vain to sing.

' They all are there: the days of dream
That build the Inner lives of men;
SThe silent, sacred yoers we deem
The might be, and the might have
been.

So, evening when the sky Is gold
I'll follow day Into the west;
Nor pause, nor heed, till I behold
The happy, happy Hills of Rest.
--Prom Harper's Magazine.


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Stand.


BT JAMBS WILLIAM JACKRON. 74



"Stand right up to him, son! Don't
let him scare you!" Th-' mate of the
river steamer Wave spoke with laugh-
ing encouragement. A score of me.-
chanics repairing th.' river bulkhead
- kept him company in watching the
noontime fun.
One of the crew of the Wave,
young, robust and full of mischief,
stood with a grin on his face and a
firm grip on a folded horse-blanke't.
Facing him, with an equally de.ter.
mined hold on the blanket, was an-
other young fellow with fiery red hair.
The red-haired Simpson had been
engaged only two days before as
teamster on Thorn's stone-wagon. liHe
was mild-mannered, blue-eyed and in-
offensive. As a stranger to the river
front he had been quietly enjoying
the noon hour while Pcterson, the
fun-loving young deck-hand, wander-
ed restlessly about in search of an
inspiration.
Simpson's big horses, with bridles
off and heads b i weIre munching
their oats. On the seat of the wagon
behind lay the new blank t. it
caught the boatman's eye.
"Vll take that down and se( if t'1
will fit my hunk, Iteddy," le nonchal-
antly announced.
As Petersonr pul'.ld (oiwn the blan-
ket and started toward the Wave',
Simpson Interposed hii- tall figure'
The wrestlingg" match which sudden-
ly developed was hailed with,cheers.
The young deck-hand was no match
for the lithe Simpson, who for the
sake of amusement allowed his an-
tagonist some advantage, but turned
the tide of battle as h-, pleased.
The loud laughter and the prospect
of defeat seemed to have a bad ef-
feet on Peterson. iSimpson saw that
he was growing angry, and quickly
broke the boatman's hold.
Peterson advanced belligerently,
and 6impson retreated. The next mo-
aent the teamster was In full flight.
Pursued by the sailor, he sprinted
*way from the river, the blanket
streaming out behind.
Dodging In and out of the piled
frelght, limpson turned up the steep
street which led directly away from
the Wave. At the head of the block
be circled a huge boiler waiting to
be inltalled in an adjacent factory,
Mid ame back on the run.
The chase continued along the bulk-
Thead. view of the amused watch-
'ns. Simpson heard th' boatman,
Lr grew more Irritable every wln-
?;t iUttedif threats as he ran close
MI i. UI3eso took his choice be-


tween tei~porary defeat and


heaped boxes and bales to the gang.
plank of the little craft; and as Simp-
son recognized Peterson in blue shirt
and rakish cap boarding the vessel,
a humorous notion popped into his
hend.
"I'd like to give that boiler a little
pitush while Peterson Is In line," tho
toimister musod. "He'd be so ever-
lustingly seared when that big rack-
ety thing came loping after him that
he'd run right out from under his
hat."
The tugging laborers had cleared
at way now. Chuckling In the en.
joyment of bis fancy, Simpson lifted
t he reins, spoke to his horses, and


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frantic warnings.
Instinctively Simpson turned his
eyes toward the Wave. Tho opera-
tion of repairlpg and repaving a sne-
tion of the wharf had caused a con-
gestion of freight In her vicinity. Th'e

steamer lay, an It were, at the end
of a street built high on both sides
with boxes and bales-a sreet down
which, in a onment more, would
come bounding that terrible mass of
charging steel. And the two hundred
feet were thronged with workmen
and passengers.
la imagination Simpson saw the


twO temprary defeat and Mlmaking
an enemy. Dropping the blanket
suddenly, he sped on. Peterson tum-.
bled headlong over the unexpected
obstacle; and as he picked himself
up, a peremptory whistle blew for
the resumption of work.
"You're not much of a fighter,
bly, are you?" the mat, teasingly
quizzed, as Simpson passed on th'-
way to his horses. "The fellow that
runs away," he added, sententlpusly
and significantly, "lives to fight an-
other day. You've got a dangerous
gift In those long legs of yours; but
cne gond, square, up-and-down stand
will be necessary to give you a status
along the front here."
BHe spoke in a friemlly tone. 8Imp-
son looked at him without, however,
venturtn,*, a defense ,Ie was out of
breath, nnyway.
Tied upll next to the Wav'e, which
lay across the fcot of the street, was
a barge-load of cobblestones. Simp-
son set to work loa'ling as soon as
he could back up his team. A cou-
pI.* of the crew of thq Wave loitered
at the stern of the steamer, within
speaking distance.
"Hle hasn't. much spunk, Toni," one
of them audibly commented, with a
jerk of his thumb toward Simpson.
"I gu' ss all the fire escapes out of
the top of his head."
"Don't be hard en him, mate," the
other gently chided, with mock ilym-
pathy. "Hlie's ashamed of running
away. Don't you see h" Is blushing
to the roots of his hair?"
Fi'illon smiled, and continued to
toss in the (,obblestnes with an ease
that indicated ability to stand up for
himself when necessary.
With a heapel load, Simpson
mounted the wagon. When he was
(le' r of the littering freight, he turn-
-d uip the street leading from the
Wave. The weight of his load and the
steepness taxed his splendid horses.
Their flanks flattened out and their
legs stiffened with the strain as the
load in(hed Its way upward.
Snme of the hillside streets w.re
.so ) harpil graded that life- line.1f we.e'
ie'ces r' illn winter' for the us-e of
l restrian:. Siimp.on was obliged to
rest his horses frequently In the
climb. At such times, after block-
ing the ,heels. he stroked the soft
noses of his helpers and encouraged
them.
The worst place in the short pull
was at the factory gates, where the
new holler eight feet high atp% thirty
in length, blpcked half the street. In
the narrow, furrowed lane, past that
and a pile of building materials,
Simpison was obliged to haul his load
Straight. lut he observed now, with
unich satiAfst tionl, thlit a crew of
laborers was getting ready to shift the
boiler through thel mill yard into n
new engine-honse.
The load of cobbles was deliver, d
a couple of blocks beyond the next
collier.
.'Now, bo s," Siilpson said to the
horses, "we'll go back for another
lhad." Hlie always kept Prince and
Sag'r informed in regard to his
n0ovemeints
On the return journey lie was de.
laye'd a few minutes, where the chat-
tering laborers were making ready
with planksi to turn the boiler end-
wise tlihriough the gates.
Simpson coilid see stra i'liht down
the few hundred intervening \ardh
to the 'Wave nestling in tbhe' freight
plies at the foot of the street. A
clear passage showed between the


left tha'workame to the dfilcult task
of moving the big boiler.
PaMsengers for the afternoon trip
of the Wave were going aboard as
Simpson began throwing in another
load of cobblestones. The steamer
was due to leave In an hour, and
rattling trucks of freight alt ratedd
with groups of paj.sengers in pnim sng
up the plank.
"Watch out for Peterson there,
Reddy!" a voice suddenly shouted.
The warning sounded so genuine.
that, somewhat startled, Simpson
turned quickly about. A laugh of ap-
preciation for the success of the ruse
greeted him. One of the crew was
passing by on an errand.
"'Frnid of our man, aren't you?"
the de( hand queried, with teasing
good nature. "To-morrow noon you've
-ot to stand up to him and take that
blanket bac k, or else we are going
to chip in and hire you to get a job
semewhoro else. We're pretty sensi-
tive about the kind of people we have
around."
A stentorian hall summoned the
loquacious sailor to the Wave. Simp-
son continued ;o heave' In cobble-
stones thoughtfully. Hle fully Intend-
ed to get his blanket back; but if
possible he wanted to do it without
shaming the redoubtable l'eterson,
who had a reputation to maintain in
wrestling.
Another load was on before start-
ing-time for the Wave. In a Mtrag-
;ling line passengers were still wend-
ing their wa\ toward the steamer, and
hl freight trucks rattled more quilick-
-ly and merrily on and off the plank.
As was his custom, Simpson mount-
ed the seat to thread his way diagon-
ally across the river s reet to the
corner where h lieou'tiel he t grade
There wa-h in.-,t irooion ellough to Ipass
bet ween a line oft otln bales (n11 one
side and a (arpenter at work (lon the
other, haping a new lbulkhead tin.
be r.
"\Voiliidn' ot i u ii, a lainik-i to
sit on"' thie carpenter i,' h t Ivled, as
lhe s(11iiiiie"'l .in I eI .i .I h, i.< i 'a k-
pla.l!i I Iuiidei ailiind Peelil l i-;s o-
ing to talo' th sea.i t loo, o)-nolirow."
i Siiipsolii' only alis'V.'er was a wav'o
of his hand and a smile. fie was
m1ore' coilcerIlln'd jus; at present lest
hi should giiide Priince carelessly and
scratch his sleek side, on the minetal
strap-; of a cotton bale.
I'll have to co'l ince Peterson
somehow that I have a little sand,"
lie mus.ed, sninekinlt hisi lips to I1re.
on the' horse's i bit.
A quick trg on llthe i ini at that ilo-
ilent \was all that save, Sa er., thlie
off horse. from beingig razed liv a
sick of timber \hich some cai'ele':-
hand had le1i pir otrudingl troimi be-
tween two ble.-. Sillipsoi's e',yes had
beeni t,.rnied! oiientari'lt from ) is
duty toward a ia .ounlng part, y ioulind
for the' st.1,ieamer. A channiiig c(uii)le
of laiughin gi l.-, w'.re in the lead;
and behind them, weighted downh
with baggag*', a v'o iig 'iilin aillantil
e'scorl'ted a stout old lady. The party
,Joined a waiting c('rowd alt the gauig-
way, where' the breaking of an over'-.
loaded truck had caused a blockade.
Siniplion was j.ust starting his
horses off again when a booming
clang! struck his ieair. ie hliaid it
again, a flherce, exultant clinjg-cluing'
With a sIlartled glance tlwaird the
hillside litreet he uilinderstood lin the-
pl'(ce: lt l h 'illg lii ii ll iei end l lo i liiu
thle lactoliy atg S h ll'e io l, I i liler'
bad l'roke(i loose'' Now i: i as hir
tling noisily d(own th, i si.t, li bani
Ing the cobbles furiously, while (lie
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freight4ined alley swept clear, the
deckhouse of the Ware torn afray,
and the boiler plunging overboard.
He gasped an he pictured the trapped
people crushed beneath the rolling
cylinder, or tossed against the aide of
the steamer.
One or two men scrambled In wild
panic ovit their abandoned truck to
the deck; liit. for the most part
the throng neeme(i paraly7 d Ily the
Imminience of the' dnnge r a:nd the
knowledge, that Ihvy wer hemine.l
In directly in t, couIrse.
Springing erect on top of the obh-
blestone load, Simpson snatched up
his blacksnake whip. lie had never
yet struck Prince or Sager with that
thing. But now, with the reins firm-
ly grasped In one strong hand, he
swung it savagely.
It whistled through the air and
struck hard on the flanks of the
horses. There was a snort of pain
from the astonished creatures. The
| boiler clanged once more with tho
noise of a thousand fire-bells, and the
terrified horses gave a mighty leap-
forward.
Instantly dropping the whip, Simp-
son caught the reins in both hands.
With eyNs flashing, muscles corded
and his under lip bitten nearly
through, he poised himself like a
charioteer behind his galloping
horses.
lie was headed diagonally from the
water to stritk the car tracks which
the holler must cross before It hound-
ed between the piles of freight. A
hundrfl paiis of eyes turned and
watched himn thundering on to what
seemed like Instant annihilation.
A second later Simpson saw Uth
boiler loom .abovo him. 1lls heart
swelled into his tilroitt when ie tounit
hlli\ < los' iSli' thing was
Allotilh'r le'ap of the hors- l; and
I'i.in Si iips .'n ils denly threw hack
hiis wholvde ~eight. The tossinK heads
of P'riTce and Saier jerke-d up cruel-
I T'eir .ia\vn opened wide, their
lip, cuiing lback, showed white-
tI.et' I: anid tfralltl-', fI'ulile hoof-beats
st l i ii ii'r fir o In Ihe ilt aveniOlt as
$Sin mnli broiiliKht. tih' wagon to a
standstill exactly in the i path ofi th
)bellowing cy lender.
\\'i:i the crash of a falling lious,-
the plunging boiler struck, 'broadsiie
on. 'rTo Simpson it seemed aits if the
universe' \'re ismnashing beneath hili.
The Impact hurled him into the air.
Tih- wagon collapsed, t ie bulk of
steel recoiled. 'Thein th' Iholler Hsprun
forward again, dealt LLto heal) of
wheels and cobldles a inald, twanging
)low, iandi settled into stillnetss. limp-
son fell ilnti a pile of paving sand.
\'hll. tie rtliiillh fing horses wier,
Ihinii : .,oot~lied, tIhle iniiit5 of t)he %lave
1ipusheild hnihouI tihe crowd to shliak
S impson' htliand I'*ttrotli, follhwinlK
foi the sa111me prpose'l found ia chan
to whliiper, 'I'll ing yo'- i blanket up
to the staidble first chaine I get."-
Ylo Ith's ( 'oi p.tiioin.

Don't be a Grouch.
IL is easy to It\i to la 1" ) ear.l
ohld, that is. if you kenow how, de.
cl.iire's Seymour Andi'rews, uf Chicago,
ei1hi y-ive, years old.
Here is his recipe il or liA li.)-year
life:

mlll t blool o\,'r ^0111 neix liif.
llinik \\hiikitey aidi beer', too, but
!* iitde* rate
I sl tohalia'> 'i okiekl i i: I 'i.n .4
pip.' :int < hei'w the weed.
'ii ;in l .liink e vel\ili lir; <,t .il .
flor


Doll I \%%'1'k tuo hald.
l1e good natured, 1not '% olnh"
"Look at ame,"' sail Andrew. "r
am still youn1 ang d nieve1r hi\* .
ache or a pain."

Although there have' le.iin 6;.,1',:
C'hineso admitted into thie T'raivaal,
thore are onl) 17,000 there at prous-
ont.

A now portrait of Spinoza discov.
ered 'by Erneit Altkirch of Munich
has been pronounced genuine by Con-
stantino Brunner, who thinks it was
made nla 1600.










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SWggsms eank usIdln& Palatkm, tpF

JOHN L MARSHALL,


Attorney At Law,


' Prent Stret, Palatka, Fla. Orange
frose for sole.

DIL W. H. ROstENBERO,

DENTIST.

Offeoo Over the Kennorly.

HENRY 8TRUNZ,

Attorney At Law,

Front Street, PALATKA, FLA.

National Bank Building.

DR. H. R. ESTES,

DENTIST.

PALATKA, FLORIDA.

Moragno Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

E. K. HASKELL,

Attorney At Law,

PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H. CYRUS,

Physician and Surgeon,

PALATKA, FLA.

MERRYDAY A WALTON,
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,


PALATKA, FLA.


Front St.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


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


J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
Oee Fromat *t eU Oppeatte Putaam
MOWRW


PALAYS0A


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WOOL, HIDES,
ALSO PUR, TALLOW, EEI8 WAX,


SHIP THE ABOVE TO


M. Sabel & Sons,
Establish In
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"Over halt a Qentury In Louisville."
WE A4IM DBAZWR6 IN ADOVB, not
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Any bank In Lfile.
Write for WeUey price list.
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your wooL

. MISS KATE L LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,
. MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,
s. ladle', misses' and chil
4pq saumer underwear.
Ltj)60 osilk gloves.
e ide-, sollarsn, belts aad4
les -t ssprting hats and

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A SouthemA COgrWesam0, ho
nrmerly pruetitd law IS MihMleslppi
ellss of an amusing case be onse
tried In that State. He was then a


student in the office of his uncle, a
Col. Martin, who ftured in local poll*
tics.
The main figure in the trial was
a lazy darky named Dick Button, ar-
rested at the Instance of his wife, who
alleged that he contributed nothing
to her support and refused to work.
During the examination of Sutton
the young lawyer asked:
"Dick, have you any fixed in-
come?"
button was puzzled by the term.
Counsel explained that the expression
meant a certainty, money paid not
for odd jobs. but for steady employ-
ment; in other words, a componsa.
tion at stated Intervals on which
one could absolutely rely.
Upon the conclusion of counsel's
remarks the darky's face brightened.
"I think I has a fixed Income, sah."
4ald he.
"And what Is this fixed Income?"
was the next question.
"Well, sah," answered Dick with a
broad grin in the direction of Col.
Martin, "do Colonel dere allers gives
me to' dollars and a sack o' flour on
'lectlon day!"-Iouisville Courier.
Journal.
Baneficient Vesuvius.
Volcanoes and sharks are the lat-
est drafted allies of "the man with
the hoe." As a result of extended In-
vestigations Into the results of the
1906 eruption of Vesuvius, the Italtan
'Experiment Station reports that the
full of volcanic material caused a
viotable Increase in the fertility of
the soil. It hurt crops then In the
ground by reason of its crushing
weight and the excess of injurious
salts and acids. But these harmful
elements were all highly soluble and
have already volatilized or washed
away. 'while the remaining ejecta
have added vast quantities of needed
potash, phosphoric acid, and nitrogen.
Par away Tasmania, whose shores
are Infested with sharks in apparent-
ly uncountable numbers, has ceased
to dread the monsters and Is now
getting rich by us'ng them as fer-
tili?.er in Its immense apple orchards.
--Cjartry Life In America.


Columbia's New Professor.
Tho new German exchange profes-
sor for ('olumbia Univerlsity Is Or.,Karl
lhunge of Gottiugen. Germany. Prof.
Runge was born at Bremen in 1853
studied at Munich and Berlin, recel-r.
ing the degree of doctor of philosophy
ut the latter institution in 1880. Be-
fore his appointment at Gottingen, he
was professor In the Technical High
School at Hanover. Ho has an ex-
ocellent com'npd of English. Dr.
Runge's first original work was In
pure mathematics, and he early ob-
tained a high position among German
mathematicians. Of later years his
interest has been more largely in ap-
plied mathemtatics. He has, for In-
stance, made important investiga-
tions in spectrum analysis and In as-
tronomical and nautical researches.
His most recent specialty, and one
upon which he will give a course at
Columbla, is the study of graphical
methods In physical and technological
research.--Sclentific American.

The Heartless QGirl.
A few days ago a young man at
Des Moines, Iowa, made one long,
lingering, lovelorn plea as the "last
call" to his lady love to change her
mind and say "Yes." He told her
that If she didn't marry him he'd get
a rope and hang himself right in
front of her home.
"Oh, please don't do that, Joe,
dear," she said, with much feeling;
"you know father doesn't want you
hanging around here."
So he didn't hang around then, or
any more.-New York Times.
showed Chill Vegetebies
Radishes and cscumnbers abould be
In ie cold water for at least aa hour
belore m g Mat to the t0le I


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anything else that you'd like to know yourself if some one
flse did it, write it on this blank, and get it to us as soon as
possible, not later than the day before this paper is dated,
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THE REAL HERO.
"So Bfigans has written an his.
torjeal novel?"
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne.
"Who is the hero of the book?"
"The man who has undertaken to
publish it."-Washln-gton Star.
ALT, THE SAME.
"My dear, suppose we take the
children to the Zoo today?"
"Why, John, you promised to take
them to mcthers'."
"All rilht, if It's all the same to the
children. -Brownlng's Magazine.


W -Y You're Hoam UM


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DON'T PORO T THU WAITRL.
"*Well, we leave for home today."
"I oee the waiter ha decorated
our table with rosemary."
"Rosemary, sh? Ah. yqe tha;t
ro renoAoe8."-Louistlloe O "

JHIffl ADVI5K
One day mll WWes mother dM
proved her tr soliag her ames.
"Be patient wift -. xamWN
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potah, phohborlo aSdo, eand oitreM a,
1TV away Tasmaiaol, we
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ly uneountable samber, has eaediw
to dread the mondase amd 1 ae
setting rich by uasng them as fa "t
tiller In Its Immense aOppl orard&U
*-Country Life to Anerlea.
rONITUba -
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LOST GRACE OF THE CLIPPER.

Rake Gone From the Mast and Rat.
lines From the Rigging.


In general ajspienronne sea crnft aro
111114h ehaiiRed -- itItmit he adniltticd In
some, respe~cts not for tho better.
snyn ('aslera Magnzine. Carmo
mtetinierit particularly have degenerait.
-d Iin outward form. The are chini-
sivi, more atigular, less graceful than
formerly.
IOn(- looks In valn for the ClII)t)Vr
bows, rakish maMti and trill, stils
of the' early traders. *fho changes
which culnilinatod Ii the tramp of to-
day Cawc gradtiilly.
FIrt tlu- mas.ts, already red~iwed
Inn mmber, pjt" lo a] i ilplor~fnrc*'by
flt-hi'supe~rsfgia (i4t' 0stoam tove'r sail
pim-cw'r, wq~v. 1't ilip.'el or vn~i- I-;an
4111 itre slai !s n(I I a i,'r tIlho tI.. ai 1' i
I~IIsome' st veamrner not Cvon a1 stta -
,wnIit 1wing carri ed
Now, aila.4 for selfnitimet wmaslafre
frequently fitted without rake, and
gawky a ship so fltie.! looks atlong-
side thoseo of the older style'. But
a raked ma;t, Is a Lbad derrick post,
and efficiency fjr*,t, :lp1eardalCO laist,
im the 1)res('nt rule.
Mven standing~ rigg 1mrn, w it h it ,
Convenient rat] ines, h-ldeviofthe14
youthful marl tier, Is. di sa l; pe :iin g In
(avor ctfthe -wlde'Iy spaced riiy ropes,
a prosale Iron ladde14r rl~ eti-l to the'
tiisst gil ing a,.e2 to 'lio- masthead.
In imany vi' s2" feo f'.rs'.;ts of eler.
rick posts stawndiup)awlh%%ard ly fronia
thf- ierk, niik-ing with idorri'iks fand~
running, gr,;i1411seen (on the' skly-
linpv a inost "xt :uuordinary show, 0wh
shps lclk iwv; fo-r altli tf wr~rei liii,
floating fal etw-ie-.4
Otit ward ap&1ptj(-ratis a part, how.
'c'1 hanged' of des.-ivn has atlw~ays

4)f parts, put fet-ion o(f dtail and gvll-

id1 comfort has lbeen iraise 1 1'iA Frea.-
Itie% sareii' rA the' pok y holes t h.oy tin
were. Thet 1!m~it of odeck space per mani
Is uzri-at er, thil 't uvien do'cki loft ifr
and light mill %\ t-titlat lotij 1impow-d.
()tli'c': s tt)o 1a'se'ldmi)l flo1w LI(ccIi
y moiatt4( in ;it- 'idg'' 1 weeui decrks,

s ~ages", smie'lljitw evl* flit- s'w~ifli' roo11,
()f) ])ItI art. holiri.ej Onil flt- uppei. bridge',
IllI t I I e li t I'it 1 :I ; i i Stf 1ci'Tits, at iv
dri and i iii ( iii t4 ie-I tii s t4)Te deick.
RailordA angwavs 7now span the dan-
me'rous w~e~lls: iuiI '.. iks ha ~e'bev'ii
raiso(t and it rengt honed. The %,ill-

( w rotecto-d w Itl substantii al casings,4
and briduge' fronts airt, bt rong itinougi
to defytheIi-wi!de-bt sea -. Thirty
years agol)Ii-vwslit.W ttlS Incm
antl muiitchi rut ic f t hit in h ia'time-d
fiiitilo, i4~-SiJgl~ih1w. Otlficos tfifth, Ai)-
a I'&,;. Not uhf 'rvquvnitl'.' t lie mdel
wa,4 ma-i~le' to pleaw- theI-' eve and lthe
line plans aft.t'rwai'' ei-4 'ar i filomi it.


Itto re h I lie I ).ijfuti(fi flit (.III)-

Y.vl4 r111' tacli du)Lwire111.41 n i~ o
)to viltyoHwVe )a elks bud; been buile
such ate iri us.; %% d ilti still bythbulof


He was well Equipped.
I I I%.ii'E.a, A Me.tho(tist bishop was re.*intly a
SPi:Iit;1. i guest at th home of a friend who
,n had two charming daughters. Ono
I,' i"* iniorillig the bishop, acmnnpanied by
.. .. the two )oulig ladies, went out In tho
ly ') I' hope of catchiig some trout. An old
v ..i fishermi an, out for thn 14810 irpoHe,
S i : v 'l hing to aippe(ar frii'ndly, called out:
W 4 :41,v "Kv.rtlhiin' ma ny, pard?"
11 t 4 l I The h lb iolp, stritl41lt'ul n g bhlinself
~- to ihi, f tll i)heliht. replied: "Broth.
Sr, I t arn a fisher of men."
A I. I) ,w "You've go)t th i right kind o' bait,
a e ] all right," was the fisherutian's re.
CFuba.
^.=-,- jolndodr.-Rucces Magazine.

.op.,,Oul .., TirItigh Honduras in short of labor
Ohio. C.i.pOs for its Ineioasing fruit growing and
-sNI Is trying to get cooulles from ludla.
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Flowering Bulbs, Vegetable an d
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Supplies and Fertillaers.
vcry Farmer and (onrdetn r *thnul,
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How o "" 'VWS PUPS
LL L, L 00"eN Pegasus the MOO"e
of Determining Letitde.


I


w e arry Navigators in the revenue euttet
my an days writes Hrry scrviee are mwuh interested to the
InPlette and. Dech, I w s statement that Commander Peary 10
wMh ans lustrated news- ted the pol th
SShould there occur a railway ete the pole ssibity of the e)
t. shiwreck or fire, If It do not deny the possith bility of theund
of su imclent Importance it wa ataxio the earth being found,
In black and white water', they say that if a navigator were
U" o & two page boxwood bioe able to determine latitude with an
Aup f two pagber of small p bl error of one or two miles this would
iS up of or of small ie be reasonably accurate.
together. Lieutenant I,. C. Covell, who has
he e ravlng Is to go to preain had great experience In the Arctic
Early morning; the drawing "I regions, in dim using the method of
Nl on its face and with humniner and determining latitude, spoke as fol.
110M chisel the big block is knocked lows:
kto twenty pieces. Twenty m nn "Ift an observer is on shore where
B t a work on It. and work tho nig the horizon line Is not visible, It Is
lo0ayth dmasigne the result, necessary to use what Is called a,
SToday the design may be In oI artifielal horizon. This Is a snmll
-r* watercolor and as big as the lide. reeptacle containing mercury, and
ot a house; the camera will reduce the image of the sun is reflected In
It to the required size and the half- this mercury. The observer meas-
Wtoo process will reproduce it. ires the angle between the mnage of
When I first came in touch with 'he sun in the mercury and the re.
the craft an illustrator needed to be Section of the sun as It appears in
an expert. Hle had to know how to 'ie sextant, and thus obtains twice
prepare the smooth hard surface of the altitude of the sun above the
the boxwood block so that it would horizon. One of the dificultes met
b'. have sufficient tooth to take the pen- with In obtaining the latitude at sea
Scll4narks clearly. is caused by the motion of the ves-
This was usually done by gently @p. and the fact that the horizon of-
rubbing a fine plero of pumice stone 1tn cannot be clearly described on
with plenty of wuter upon the block, nciount of clouds or haze. Naturally
then a preparation of finely pulvor- tlihe" troules are obviated when the
ized bath brick and chlnee or tlae, artllctl horizon Is used on shore.
white in a proportion of about one of I think there is no doubt that Dr.
bath brick to ten of white was rub- ('ook and Commaender Peary were
bed over the surface, then wiped off suplied with sextant and artificial
with the palm of the hand and allow, horizon, and carried the necessary
ed to dry. Then a delicate drawing date extracted from the Nautical Al-
of India Ink or lampblack was made manac. The only circumstances,
upon this prepared surface, the forms then. that would affect the accuracy
accented when dry with lead pencil of their observations would *be excess.
and chineses white to accent the high sivo cold, rendering it difficult to
lights, etc. handle delicately the sextant with
One of my earliest experiences flngprs encased in heavy gloves and
will give an idea of the great change making it hard to read the fine grad.
In methods. Take for example the untions on the vernier of the instru
first edition of Whittler's "Snow ment. ligh winds also might ruffle
Bound." All the drawings were the surface of the mercury and the
made in watercolor on boxwood sun might be obscured by clouds
blocks, many of them not more than when it was most wanted.
two Inches square containing a dozen "it must be stated, however, that
Sfgures, all doing their various stunts the latitude can be obtained by ob-
with their left hands, so that they servations of apy heavenly body on
should come right when reversed in the meridian, and, furthermore, there
printing, and before they could go to are methods somewhat more compli-
press the 'slow process of wood en- cated and requiring a knowledge of
graving was the only means of re- the exact time for obtaining the latl-
production. tude when a heavenly body is not
on. but near the meridian. In April
Unavoidedly Detained. the sun Ir only a few degrees north
of the equator, and to an observer
A well-known general tells the at the pole its altitude -w(old be
following story: small.
One day he received a telegram "The possible errors due to re-
from a subordinate who was Injured fraction when the sun is low in altt-
In a railroad accident while on fur- tude are considerable, and depend
lough, which read: "Will not re- upon atmospheric conditions at the
port today, as expected, on account time. I think, however, that an ex-
of unavoidable circumstances." perlenced observer, taking the mean
The tone of the message was not of a number of observations at the
satisfactory to the general and he pole, could determine his latitude,
wired at once in reply: "Report as and that the amount of error in bis
ordered or give reasons." result could reasonably be consld-
Within an hour the following mes- ered as not exceeding two miles."--
s age came back over the wires from Washington correspondent of the
the hospital: 'Train off-can't, ride; New York Tribune.
lU off--an't walk. Will not report
le you nlsLt" A One Legged Cricketer.
o school Munloipality. Has any one heard of a one legged 1
I' l one of the schools of Brooklyn cricketer? There is a one legged
.they have a "Junior Municipality," member of the Knotty Ash (Liverpool) :
Kpith a mayor and other officials. The C'lub, who has to use a crutch, but
are in the majority, so they Is nevertheless not only a useful
Tve elected one of themselves may- bat but a capable wicket keeper as t
The officers appoint monitors, well.
Om the boys' side and girls on In a match against Trinity Old t
ris' side, and these see that Boys he scored ten runs by means of
is o fighting or other disturb. a couple of fours-appropriately
Them on holidays girls visit enough, strokes to leg-and a two
)mtO a4 give the others lea- and he also helped to add to the
|IsI lakiag care of the baby and score by means of some JudiciousI |


gem WUaly w6o"h they have running. 0
M ie the teachers. lie sprints between* the wickets in
* -T-- a series of hops,. touching the ground
SPthe Pity of Job. only four times with bis crutch, and *
tl.. 0 -Why doesn't baby talk, so lightly does he touch the ground I
that except on very soft turf he doM a
east talk et. dear. little damage to the pitch. As a
o ver 4d. wicket keeper he brings bhi crutch '
-& fee, they do. Job into use and prevents many balls
Sto a eoat of the well on the leg side from passiag
the day he was blp by using the aaft of the crutch s
..-arll Mam Il


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LOCATION, ATTIRATIONG, ADVAPN


TA@It


Information for the Viltor eo Heme
seeker.


Leatlen.
BaK Mate%4 Putnam County, is Ifb
sated on the eat bank of the Bt.
Johns River, and 90 fet above it
The highest point la Frioda eat of
the 6L Johns river, which is one-half
mile wfOe at this point.
Five miles from Palatka. our count
ucat, (cfty of. 5.000), 28 miles from


It. Augustine and about 76 miles
from Jacksonville.
The terminus of a branch of the
Florida East Coast Railway. The de-
pot being .three-quarters of a nule
from the river wharf.
Advantages and Attractions.
San Mateo has good shelled roads
and miles of hard sidewalks. Beautl-
ful wateroaks line both sides to
streets, and meet overhead In many

Two churches, public and private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order postoftice, three mails
daily, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
"oods at your door, weekly paper.
'tie place is Incorporated. The
.,lato and county taxes are about 20
mills on about one-third valuation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tuar
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to ten dol-
lrs per week; $2.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
the 8an Mateo Fruit Company's grove
htore liut season.
One df the best advantages am
Mateo enjoys is transportation; beag
on both river and rail is an advantage
hat feow Florida point onjoy. A7 re-
cent reajoe, for Instance, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville wer*
more than congested and fruit ship.
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, in some eases,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville,
em route to northern markets, and
did not bring enough to pay freight.
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time, would ship from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksonville
on the Clyde ship the next. This lit-
'fe matter that season alone was


worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
will do well to bear in mind trans-
portation and chouep rates that come
with competition, in selecting a Flor-
Ida locaiou.
The population is bout U50, who
same mostly from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive and sociable. Have a bet-
ter class of hoaues than can be found
la any place In the south of its size.
The buildings kept painted and
grounds mn good order.
Healthfulness.
On account of Its high altitude.
here Is no healthier r.pot in Florida
for all the year round or for the win
*r visitors. For those who come to
Florida on account of health, many
Ind this higher altitude, dry and
baluy air is better than the lower,
more harab air found in salt water
**tlona.
Business.
The principle t business is orange
growing. dome 400 acres in grover
Bro here, and as this proves profit
blo, tihyre 1 not munch attention paid
qthor cr.is, although there are soam
'eetables grown for Ahlpmeat aniA


Even it a man should slart out to
o to heaven he'd went to drop in ti,
ie other place on the way for a
banos to change his mind.


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MONCK & OWEN,


CONTRACTORS


HASTINQt FLA.


5PPATING I VV*V
Crestliz~ I&. lipab a" hue
.18l btals o)id Cq
btoUb1sedt ,ri, pn
Wrlt forfreecirr urnA
for informotlop #m-'
pUMPIng p obl. WeVmake
ja mii aFo r all usons
Cl5KSTLINX X MU. CO.,
crest has, Ohio.
lumps, binka, Uose.


New and liberal manasament.

The New Afilnt Hotel
KAIAtlBWUD & VARNW,
Proprietors.
PALATA, . PLORIDA.
Catering speoeally to the commer.
fal trade. Oetirml ead most dedra.
$1I located for business. Rates $3 to
N.I0. Speelal by the week. In oom.
Smttoal Tbhe Ordmhm nIotel-4rop
ePiau.


|m ?acsr to I. O snow


Furniture
UNDW AUB AND
OOlITtlo

PUNBRAA. WUPPLI.
PbB a. Neat door Keeserly.
Lmea StreUt. Hardware CO.
PALATKA, FUL



b eF W w- @-. rm,
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As aIn isthie r t ot a
asnm grove, Mr. a. ,
1-1 than seven acres last sNIN
shipped $UOO worth of fruit.
Sell.
The Ban Mateo orange crop this
season is enUtmated at 60.000 boxes;
that for Putnam county at 400,000
boxes.
The county is now building at Pa-
latka a $85,000 court house; a bridVg
one mile long, costing $45,000, con-
necting this section with our county
seat, and will spend at once $100,000
3n bard roads.
The soll varies a great deal from
high pine to low and high hammook,
all within a mile. so that lands for
any purpose or crops can be socutt&
San Mateo can be reached from
Jacksonville by Florida East Coast
railway or Deach and Miller line
steamers (ee Utime tables elsewhere
In this paper). The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive here about 10
p. m. so do .not advise this route.
Pare B. & M. line $1.26; railroad $23
from J;acksonville.
Launch Rainbow leaves Palatka
every afternoon at 1ITI. Lucas line
steamers 2: S0 p. m., every day but
Sunday.
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. mn
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays,
and three trains dxily on P. E. C.
mflway. Fare from Palatka 28 9ent.
Oay route. &

fTIMATES FURNISHMD ON


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Clothing


beg to announce the arrival


of their Fall Stock of


Men's and Little Men's


Furnishing


and


Goods


Clotihng


and invite the most careful investiga-
tion of the people of Putnam and ad-
joining counties.

Our stock was never more com-
plete and we are able to please the
most fastidious customer.

We have moved into our new build-
ing at our old corner, where we have
sufficient room to carry the goods.

Our people demand the best and it
is our intention to give it to them.


WE HAVE THE GOODS


AT


ALL PRICES


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Make yourself at home with us
while in Palatka.

Fearnside. Clthing 0C.
Corner Lem and T Palatka.
"If It comes fro p Frmniders-a guaranteeded"


Higher Culture;


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Higher Cost ef Living
BY Xlt:yer A,*Novick.
Jj 1U'-s r~ ;:i'Y-i.'f,,-thf:' lai! pt'. it4)f aridag.s. As the grade
H I.tit t i: 11iII. I1 at j .ti lt,-tu propior'tion of
A- a ~ ia (ofl t *A ''lithr,#- ilh) Id rvat itius lead InS
9 Nto t hi, (I)II, tl,'.it t it. pi in ~r' is o 1a pproaching a
prsit)Mt.(tol., aI. (' i~ :21'' H'u Al -r i tcli.I ik tlh.* Moitflry logical
n~ Tii'lv y fAtr II IIl\ t : :. t ih--, I Iii. hiluti ( c r'Iv i 4sittiing from
prtjrli~ziioulS P oiijiiga i i, Ii'i
i~i'h riliiv' 'it 'i'hi hiILIi. li '1 ttW I~noitet.Those
or the 1-1;pi": ,'lu'!i *I I IIi. t ;h is 'initellectually
tie )11w I I i-: 'rc .:.e i-irr.: in% i-~, trading the
( fl tl'1 (' It -41111 t111:11 11 ' it''';i h iTat'
all.' ami t tonm 1I4 Fle s i tf' :111*1a tI it, 'h I) ii 4 h s sIriigjgles mar-
riag#'i iiiltl h))I. "1 i. 1() S'''. i K v~lit t tuicidde, so far
as thvir -aspiititiolis 'ua'tI I (,iS''I'lI'v ii'' jt .'t' to Wait. 'Sonlie.
and tilt- vout- in uan i j~it i~ t' I i--'r Ithtlii? t-i.'wait ug years have
it'e %~LI I ~ *;:. 1 ath a ft W 1 i ii lri i rI,' ,ll th.o *'sta h lklsb iii n t o f a
horn.', no zuniitt''r how hum4,iil'(Ji1: a i.4 ~til'hihe'talld II''best amj
lbitio loi.
It Is absurd to at? ri hut'' t Ii I ucit Ii.rli i r javI.to tit('Id iosy'neraqiem of
th ~ ~ -,-x t'it'i".* w al ;u- '''a''I h- it at! r' :ti'dI ime'oi it. Stich ailments
aro chronic andizn'hicinahie ; I. ithlYti.11,4, er ~li.inlinbthiisex-.X'


What Should
Children Read ?
lBy H. IM. Aldeni
ill: Indiscriminate r. rulingg l,vy tl s. vr,,y y nllmg eIopw i of even
the I'est iad al iii' dd fitioili li'11" !d I0 d('j'r'cat''., teo ivte Meredith,
Thonia i Hardy, Heonry, .lnas, :titl the' novlists who) h ve followed
In sil ilar lii es, have' ,i .l no u s ,'mli ;il e t e in view and would
not naturally appeal to it. ()f all thir Victorianii novelists, lickens
e ,pel ally coinl e d.s lniiiis It' t the chil'., s ile Thackeray and
Ainswoith are especially to be r'oninii l,.,l. u:,;tlg with Sir Wale
tler Scott, of ai eilarier period, for th.-ii vilid aid mast rly il orl'traitlure of a
bygone pageantry.
The chl,'. without judic('ou-s ngiu.ialt' would .-.l' tihe worst, while the mosO t distlitiitI'ely iotld rii o'xaill P-a' r a ilt usulte(id to It,
requuirliig maturity for their a;ippiock'ition. 'Thli re illy inew littrl'aturc Is for
tiht' moit ipatrt I r'inote frtomi tihe. 'rady atit'prec'iattiiml or 1i1.' c('ild It i juust
that spectacular, that ro:m inI l (' i:v li'Illit 5r-i'' a lw'l, I i 'uIi'rq -ly romantic
world which the new literature l :Ire aba iiitoi.d i Ihat is, aiiin .sllioill Hbe, the
cherished I Hss-ssion of the youtNh1l0 l illagilln:tllOl.
It is In books that this iSiia.inalit lin ll11 .t lild it.s li:'lli sattisfaction-
especially in the great old ,ool(k-. 'Ih p' l't'.tt rel' rival of lpaga'it.ry- which
lay lih called i at reviviil oI ly i n it g l ra'lil I14 i '., HIllt tum lii '.;t<'UIlts art e, In
their whole .ihemlei and Illotiae, dii'.rr(.t t hii ll.dfhose w'itli'n..'d Il forum r
tiin'x, beilg cotitriv'd lather than sdo"ilttHI'Olln-- ha, anll I intended to
have, a distinct educational value for t.hi youuiig, the historic past, not only recallingK critical \entsl, hut, iI a livid appeal to
the eye, giving th -m their oli peiet-ru~'q' habit an.! color. The Lipectacl
tempts to the reading of history for it (deepir s'inIs.e of the' hidden meaning.
But history need not be ilpuirsled by the e'hildl for full and precise Information,
and still less for philosoiphiedal lintrlt:itation. It may well be merely an im.
prossive drama until a later period. I'luturch anl Hollin served In ancient
history nmost of the boys from the 'ddl,.. of the eightt',nth to the middle
of the nineteenth century. The appeal to o the child's inlmgnlilation through
the mnlastelliect's .i f past literature, including tit. Iibli* iinild Shakespeare's
plays, whatever else iW left out. Is thi. i- most esh intlal thing. \.rvantes' Don
Quixote should supplement the Waverley Nove'., It in to bi -'gretted that
t study of L.atln and Greek has lost Its old li(ac' i. the. early training
of ekJidren. But, if not in the original, Imin.er aind Virgll should be read
In at translations. Greek mythology Seeilln Ind.li'iisable, and that of
the ern races is hardly less Important for its imagluative values, and
so Intimately associated with all clan.icl poetry from Homer to
To s1 closely blended with the heroic and romantle legends of our
p M a l and has now a fresh signiflcance from the, development of
Nibel e In the modern opera. Folk-lore tales--including the ever-
abohrlsed 4 from the icint MetaMmorpbhose to Uncle Remus, itr
the native h b bldren, pad ta a g~A6 1 a0Wnt freely shared by th!.,
leore tkey / letters. " "1


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When Woman's Sphere
Begins To Roll
By Mary Heaton Vorme.
TJHI~ most important thing Is how much an organliatlon of WOa*
en, once aroused to action. can accomplish, even In the fi e
of auch powerful opponents as political Infitm-nce and well-
organized bu1 IneHs IntirRts. 'Th:se women were Inexpert-
ented. and public opinion w~'I against thelin, a people felt they
were leaving woman'ss lhcr,.". Hut they were In the right,
they were In earnest, they were tpersistent, and they won.
In th early days of this country, when each hoiui', prod.iced practleahly
all the things that were (atten lby itse ne:mInt., ianild a great part of those
wh!ch were worn, woman's plalp was literally In the home. When the food
supply, the water supply, the supply of nilik, was a matter each Individual
must attend to on his own premises, no one qustloind that It was a
"woman's place" to take an Interest In the condition of the well, or to look
after the milk pans. All these things have been taken out of the home:
municipal water supply replaces the old oaken bucket, and people no longer
eat, as beef, the cows they hrad known and lovod from childhood. Yet every
detail concerning the cleanliness of the food supply Is as much a worAn's
business as it ever was.
W\Ve are b riniing to renll, t tLat it doesn't do much good to clean out
the Ice box with punctillous care, if the milk that goes Into It Is dirty, and
If the meat Cnoms from n fllthlb hutch1er Hhojp. P'rom the moment that the
town water gwo; Into her house It is a woman's business to know its source.


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Ls


k ~ Rft" amd 3urgERet.mad
N~tthat all eyes we upon
I 2s Is Jam.. dear?" asked
g'W~~anot JaneDow, ust
=bab
o"Ll Ittt isyour otbor name.I


Somser name Is muzser's
l Ibut we don't tell it to
II too sweet to poll. go the
t. J ust wrote It down Jane, and
Sther time to find out "muietr's
8 lamb's easurname.-WaslngtoD

I Pretty Customs In Brittany.
? te!patel Is one of the most in.
places In Brittany, for here.
e peaste have preserved their
oustoma and costumes better1
li arwhre else la the country.
ll l "pardons" are held here, the
|one on Midsummer Eve.
StIs a very picturesque ceremony,
E i"leod by bonfires and other
"tvities. The children's fete is a
e as sight. Little Bretons, clad
if their Sa oldrworld costumes, go
-t bird hunting In the woods on
Wer Day. The birds are put
ceges and tended till St.8 John's
;1U=: -f 4_ S vj A &"in- U- B.


on wuw mo aruuuu *aain. wv i
A BANKER'S NERVB
Ir-ke- by Coffee and Restored by
Poetum,
A banker needs perfect control of
e serves and a clear, quick, aocur-
brain. A prominent banker of
tttaiooa tells how he keeps him-
lmtI i condition:
4"Up to 17 years of age I was not
wo4ed to drink coffee, but as soon
SI Sot out Into the world I began to
AO It and'grew very fond of it. For
W years I noticed no bad effects
Its use, but to time it began to
me unfavorably. My hands
ed, the muscles of my face
my mental processes seemed
sad l other ways my system
O*t of order. These conditions
M b"d at last that I had to give
1e* altogether.
Itttilop having been drawn
I began Its use on leaving off
.ir It gives me pleasure to
e t.l value. I Bad it a dell-
NvgUW*ie like t Just as well as
.is, and during the years
I*( am V d Postum I have been
-W t a lstreasl symptoms
MJd the use of col*t.
ha merelyy disap-
I 4 oa f mnd as
d I am ~oa than
1i*h tis to Poe-
MlinR eaId the
8w4 to WUlVIlle."


SeW.? Ass'
t~q

p
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~k .t A~m


Oeagal Om- Wt Thi
patriouo or ts9 it irt a-
dlttes, is comod4 of e1 4 en whose foreftthere wee sigpest of
that hemortal document, the
tion of In4dependene. %Thyn1
their celebration of the sureader of
Corewalll lan the state which ave to
the American Revolation its grtoet
soldier and the dist Presideidt of the
United States. Virginta hae may bt*-
tletelds, but none of tholt of btfd4
historic Interest than the Ald of
Yorotown--Baltimore Sun.
THE' MOST UNKIM T C OUT.
First Guode--Were yeno wrr shot
for a deer?
Second Guide-Wore; I was snap.
hotted once.-New York 80s.
Perry Davi PainkiUUer oo only .,PS
or 80O. a bottle, but it contin m y o
lan' worth of relief for ooldsa,neurslia,ete.
In politics the man who shakes the
tree doesn't always get the most
plums.
BAY'S WATERY Oft&AL
Itched ad Srate viatl B o Ran
--w. Seat on Useless T fedA0s.
--Dtoete Seemed 4 eAeC
"VWIMn my little boy was two and a half
months old he bz, ke out on bqth cheeks
with ecsema. It was the itchy, watery
kind and we had to keep his littlee hands
wrapped up all the time, and if he would
happen to get them uncovered he would
claw lhs face till the blood stroatned down
on hin clothing. We called in a physician
at once, but he gave an ointment which
was no severe that my babe would scream
when it was put on. We changed doctors
and medieihes until we had spent fifty dol-
Lars or more and baby was getting worse.
I was so worn out watohig and caring for
him night and day that I almost felt sure
the disease was incurable. But gOally
reading of the good results of the Cuticura
Remedies, I determined to try them. I can
truthfully say I was more than surpried,
for I bought only a dollar and a half'
worth of the Csticura Remedies (Outicura
Soap, Ointment and Pills), and they did
more good than all my doctors' medicines .
I had tried, and in fact entirely cured him.
Ilia face is perfectly clear of e least spot
or sear of anything. Mrs. W. M. Comerer,
Burnt Cabins, Pa., Sept. 15, 1908."
Potter Dru & Chem.in Corp., 1ole Props.
of Cuticura Remedsio, Boston, MaSs.
OLD TIME BALLOON ASCENSION.


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Great Event In France Celebrated
Much as In These Days.
On August 27. 1788, Prof. Charles
and the brothers Robert, mechanl.
clans, were assoclate4ln the oonstruc-
tion of a balloon of hydrogen of nine
meters in diameter, built to raise a
car and one or two passengers. It
was for some time exposed -and sus-
pended in Salle des Tuillerles In
front of the chateau for three months.
The ascent was mixed for Novem-
ber 28, but an explosion caused the
ascent to be delayed until December
1, 1788-a red letter day nla the his-
tory of Paris. At midday the sub-
scribers, who paid four louts each
for their seats, took their places in
the enclosure around the fountain.
The common people at three framse
each occupied seats la the other part
of the garden.
Times have changed, but customs
are much the same today. The event
was celebrated as In our time. -a*
cravings of various kinds celebrated
the great day, some very clever and
others inane. -rom these pletures,
or rather from the legend below them,.
we learn that 600,000 persons wit-
nes d this epoch mala event. The
roofs of the neighboring houses and
the wTndowe were crowded ad the
Point Royal and the Place Louis ZV,
were t4bronged.


eTa lerk of yors sems
"Tee. thaes bb spedaty.'w
Whsl, workl"ngP
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We know of no other medicine w ha so0
cesaul an living tie feringg of w*oen, or
many 8ejnupe testimony ls, as has Lydia E. P)InkhC
Vegetable Compound4
In almost every community you will find women who
have bern restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's V*
etable Compound. Almost every woman you mee fs
either been benefited by it, or knows some one who hms.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files con-
taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from
women seeking health, in which many openly state over
their own signatures that they have regained their health br
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved
many women from surgical operations.
Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable.Compound is made ex-
clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless.
The reason why it is so successful is because it contains
ingredients which act directly upon the female organism,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity.
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such
as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy.
Minneapols, Mlnn, -" I wasa great a eferr from f
trbables whleh eusa6d a weakness s and d ke downa
of the ytem. I read so muob of what Lyd B,P
Vegetable Compound had done for other sufin w
sure t wold help me, and I must say it hp me
fully. Wihn the months I was a perfectly weo woman.
"I want this letter made public to show the beneitp to be
derived from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoud."-
Mrs.JohnO.Moldan, 2115 Second St. North, Minneapolls Minn.


Women who are suffering
peculiar to their sex should n<
or doubt the ability of Lydif
Compound to restore their hea


It's the- man who rushes into things
headlong who has to back out.
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dw 4lmee mail us a postal re-
a modloal e alamation blank,
yo wll n out out sad ret to
Our doetrs wil aretfully diag
Your as, e ad It ouF a be
yoe f wlg be toMo;e -4f yef esa-
bto eured you will be told so. uTat
f ar Mot obllgated to -s In any way;
,Oha advice Is absolutely free; you are
ht M fbrty to take our advice or nat
e pm see It. Bond to-day for a medi-
al eanilnation blank. Ill out and
Ntis to us as promptly a possible.,
a" our eamleatdoetor" winl diagnose
y our case thoroughly abeoluely free.
Munyol's, 62d #ad Jeorsona St.,
H. h Pilodelphla, Pa.
If a man knows all about yeu and
S s still your friend, e'll do to tie to.
* Lp no Meep through s nks cough
or irritated throat. Take Aji- Lng
lmm It is quick and harw n .
When the South Polle is discovered
let somebody stay there and sit on It.
ACKACBB IS KIDNEYACH.L
ITmally Then Are Other Symptoms
to Prove It.
Pain in the back is pain In the kid-
aey, aIn most cases, and It points to
the need oj a special remedy to re-
lieve and cure the congestion or In-
fismoptlion of the
kidneys that is in-
terfering with their
work and causing
that pain that makes
you say: "Oh. my
back!"
,Henry OullatI, of
Greensboro, Ga.,
says: "Two years
ago kidney disease
fastened itself on
me. I had awful
dizny spells, head-
aches and urinary
irregularities. My
S bak was weaS and tender. I began
using Doan's Kidney Pills and found
quick relief. I was soon restored to
compete good health."
Remember the name--Doan's. Bold


by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
ter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.


1,. they did not find inhabitants at
the North Pole who spoke Polish.


S Contiatlon .ause- many serlo di-
t Oel One a lakative,
It's better to have a poor relation
than it is to be one.
S la e e/ 2pain on the luuI Hamling
^ W- Oaes like a mustad plster,
-ail t is' mere dtlyie and is so
sad eld d er to .


The people who mn up
geosealy run down by the


bUl are
collector.


Common sense doesn't miz up very
well with a love afair.
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ilL Wos V, AR. M5 ee N. M.
k teoof-Why. that wat look aw.
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NIowh Offt e $"Noa 0r 1
We bago often heard of anakee
sn~ e s-i e"N e-but never
ka t til ree when we learned
the seret from aa eyewitnas. It
was 4t Rowe CO~nty, where the
bhaksnake swallowed four ben eggs.
He found the nest under an apple
tree, and, although the egxs were
larger around than the snake's head.
Ms meek. or even his body. he had
no trouble In getting them pushed
dowa the narrow passage. You could
Oee them go without any trouble, and
when the four eggs were in the snake
you.could see the four knots on the
snake.
But how did he digest them? Well,
that was an easy question for Mr.
Blackenake. He crawled up the body
of the apple tree, wrapped himself
around it, and tightened himself until
POp, pop, pop, pop-and all the eggs
were broken.-Statsavllle Mascot


Dr. Pkerce's Favorite Prescription.
is the best 1 ll median for the ours of dise ss
disAmrs end welumesee pesuliar to women. It e t Bhe
cmly prepartion of Its kind deviNd by a regularly gradu.
ted phyo- wemoe nd ad killed ipcelist
the diee of women.
It b meale medal. hIa ary condition of the system.
THb ONl MPDY which oateaie no aloohol
ns o haJuole bebifora .ag drugs and wbih
ertee so ereving for such stisalmo ns.
THE ONE REMEDY so tood that its m war "
me not afraid to priat Its every lgredfleat on
semh outald bottle-wrapper and attest to the
trthfulf m of the same under oeth.
It Is sold by medical dealers verywhere, and say dealer who I't It pa
get it. Don't take a substitute of unknown compoitioao for t N
KNow" 0MowMrfmoN. No counterfeit i as good as the geaulmeI d
who MyThi else is "just as good s Dr. Pieroe's" is
or 4 to to ve you for his own alish benefit. Suoh a -
trustd. He b tWfll with your moat pricedes p-- ---your .l.__L-
my be your ife It.-Sef. S M e w to We Y a for.


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'to, be bMMat nila S its plan
tObeatfy the city by straightealng
Its lb., phating shade trees and
other rPeal foliage and converting
SIts water spaces into well ordered
04, beautifying parks, tie military
^aqtbrI blKr now.ptopoese to Afiect
hgr emits to ImpVWtg and beal-
tyfing the varloub posts and gar-
risions thrOaghout the islands, so
that visitors to the, Philippines will
be impressed with the beauty and
wealth of tropical foliage that satln-
fles the eye and pleases the senses.
'not only at Manila but In other parts
of the Islands as well.
Some steps have been taken in this
direction already, many shade trees
and other foliage having been plant-
ed at the various posts, particularly
at Fort MeKinley, Jossman and Zam-
bangs, and arrangements have been
made for a study of horticulture by
a non-commissioned officer of the
army at the Manila nurseries, which
knowledge thus gained will be dis-
seminated in an effort to make the
various garrisons throughout the t-l.
lands as attractive as possible.
The city nurseries are doing their


of the wa t taT. ii
with ah.e eNt spelM t WW,
that by means of a houseoat to t
eaiest. The foseboat i oa M
water. I know of oae It' tq. of4 "
that was sb big that It could, not b1
floated thr6ot 0 m.l-ck; it V d!oom:
e forever t 0oeat i0 the watS
with a supopilng soxtltary "or eof
mooor boats. .lome of the t hiswebo4it
are made foolish, with sereted-down
chairs, like thope In the smoking room
of a liner. I know of another one
in which a piano takes up all of the
chbin; another I visited had art
winares, crossed fans, fret-work fur-
niture, and other offenses against
good taste. A Pittsburg millionaire
fitted out his floating house as the
Turkish room of the Waldorf is. fited
out-with heavy-piled rugs, draped
upholstered walls of red, cozy.corners
with spear-headed canopies, beaten-
brass lamps, incense, and with an
ebony card table and carved teakwood
furniture. And he exhibited this
Aelon with great pride! The table
'was furnished with cut glass, the sil-
verware was heavy and monogram-
med; linen embroidered with the
name of the boat. His houseboat at-
tracted much attention, but it is well
that he did not know Just what kind.
D._ T'ili n-t^^r


part toward the work of-beautifying
the Islands and are constantly grow- The Bus Eighty Years Old.
ing those palms, ferns and other The London omnibus is now eighty
tropical plants which form an im- years old. It was on July 4, 1829, that
portant part In the work. Many George ShillIlber, .after being suc-
plants have been sent to the differ- cessgvely a midshipman in the British
ent military posts and many more navy and a coach builder in Paris.
are being grown with all the care placed on the London streets the first
and skill known to the science of two omnibusest ver seen in England.
horticulture. To this Institution the A large crowd assembled to witness
military authorities through the cour- the start and general admiration was
tesy of the Municipal Board will send expresRed at the smart appearance
a non-commiasioned officer from the of the vehicles, which were built to
garrison of the Coast Artillery at carry twenty-two passengers, all in-
Corregidor whose duty it shall be to side, and were drawn by three beauti-
study horticulture and the .methods ful bays. harnessed abreast. The
employed at Ahe city nurseries. word "Omnibus" was painted in large
The city nurseries are raising thou- letters on both sides of the vehicles.
sands of plants which are destined at The fare from the Yorkshire Stingo
some future time to adorn the city to the bank was 1 shilling; half way,
park and military posts throughout 6 pence. Newspapers and magazines
the Islands. The different hothouses were provided free of charge.-Eng.
are now filled with Philippine plants lish Homes.
of all hues and degrees of beauty


ana age which are taken out as oc-
casion requires and transplanted In
uninviting spots all over the city,
making them restful to the eye and
a welcome addition to those little
oases whib tend to make the city
attractive.--4Manila Times.
LONGEST TELEGRAPH CIRCUIT.
It Is 4,000 Miles Long, Extending
From London to Teheran, In Persia.
Persia and its capital, Teheran,
have been very much before the pub-
lic lately, but probably few people
are aware that the news which has
come through to London. has passed
over the longest telegraphic circuit
in the world.
The distance between London and
Teheran by wire is 4,000, miles and
the operator In Teheran communi-
cates direct with the operator at the
London end, automatic repeaters tak-
Ing the place of operators at ten
places along the circuit.
The Arst repeating station from
Loadon is at Lowestoft where the
wiel enter the North Sea, beneath
which they run for 200 miles to mn*
dea, Hanover, where the second au-
tomatle repeater continues the mes*
.Thence it is lashed to Berlin, War.
saw, Rosso, Odessa. Kertoh, Bukhum
+a Tills and Taurs, from each of
s. stations t is Intastaneously for-
alrded without human Intervention,
the telegraphlst at Teheran, who re-
* fve the meage trom Tauris, b&
g the 4r&t operator to handle It
o @f X left L4adon. Proa Teheran
.M thm esmteads to India. but
else Is there a circuit sm
as that betees Tiemas an
-Lmeead Delly News
a ,w wwee
= to o f aleso to
--- ; i = I- is- ,MNO 0oW Iloai*,


At the Automobile Race.
"Have you opened the doors of the
temporary hospital?"
"Yes."
"Is the ambulance corps scattered
along the course?"
"Yes."
"Are tho stretcher men in line?"
"Yes."
"And the 'first ahl' jien waiting?"'
"Yes."
"And the special wire to the cor-
oner's office working?''
"Yes."
"Then let the races bhgin'"--Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
A Growing Love.
Mr. and tMrs. Married Bliss were
both growing very plump, and every
effort to reduce weight had proved
fruitless, and their discontent with
their failure was pathetic.
"It is too bad," said a mutual friend
to a sympathetic phyudlsan. "TIBe
Illisses are so fond of each other and
used to be so graceful and slender
when they were first married."
"Ah, well! replied the physician.
"Think how much more they are to
each other now."-Life.
A Change for the MI *
Anna B. and Charles h
'were Was tly,
and those ter
tgo through the iarlrae 4 d
it sounded like a
talking to the deckhmade.
i(ml.) Jourpal. .
Why th". P4
SDuring the &.
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