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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: November 20, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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. 5. SAN MATEO, FLA., NOV. 20, 1909. Pblisd I, $1.00 a Tear.
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B. Terrell and T. A. &Ines were
here this week, Mr. Terrel was tun-
ing and repairing pianos.

Mr. and Mrs. McLain, of Grant-
ville, Ohio, arrived Friday afternoon
and will occupy rooms La the Gray
house.
Mr. Culbeth with H. 0. Miles &
Co., of N. Y., was here for a short
time the first of the week. He re-
,gistered at thie Byrlyn.


Mr. Marshall representing
Marsh & Peudleton, of New
was here a few days this week
,-ig ou the orange growers.


Kunz
York,
call-


Mr. and Mrs. J. A. XeLain, of
Granoville, Ohio, have leased the
-ttown stairs flat of Mr. and Mrg.
Grays and are expected down on the
2oed.
New York advices claim small
sibe oranges are going begging at
prices ranging from $1.60 to $1.76,
with $2 extreme top on 200's.
The court house begins to loom up.
Walls are up several feet all around.
The bridge work nowj begins to look
as though January IsT would see It
completed.
A representative of the Louisville
Wrought Iron Range Co., was here
Thursday aud Friday in the interests
of his firm. His headquarters were
at the Byrlyn.
A decided drop In the temperature
from the 70s down into the 40s Thurs-
day morning is Just what the fruit
needs to color it up. Means cold
weather right, farther nQrth. 4

The County road gang has cleared
the right of way from the bridge at
Bast Palatka to Ban Mateo and are
now working on the road between
Ban Mateo and Dunns Creek.
The Item is getting a great many
Inqairles like the following. "Please
send me list of houses and cottages
for rent, also copy of weekly paper.
--Mrs. W. E. B., Derolt, MIoh."

Mrs. Geo. Rowland and Clinton
S aeohmpaniled by Mrs. W. X. OGant
S' &all of Gloverseville, N. Y., arrived
S.seday and will spend the winter
at ahe Rowland ottlage as asoal.
r. owland willU b down later.
We mush pleased with the
Sekoftbeltr orange erop whieb is
Sthai the grove ever predoeed


News of the Week
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEI)ED.
Notice In hereby given that L. L.
Moody, purchaser of Tax Certifl-
cate No. 210, dated thlt 1.t day of
July. A. 1)., 1907, has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Said certif-
icate enmbraces the following de-
scribed property sit'iat.d in Putnam
County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot .10 by 112 ft.. on Prospect Ave-
nue, Blk. 26, Interllacen.
The said land being assessed at
the late of the iumance, of Much cer-
tifeate iln the namine of (has. May.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemned according to law. tax deed
will isune thereoui on lithe 20th day of
December. A. I).. 1909.
Wit ness mny offltial signature and
teal this thle 1LIth day of November,
A. D. 11to9.
HiHNRY H IUTrI 1-NS)N,
[Seal] Clerk Circuit (oiurt.
no2) Putnamn lCounty. Florida.
Bly H. Hutehimlson, Jr.. 1). C.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOll
TAX D)EED.
Notice is hereby given that L. L.
Moody, ipurchaser of Tax ( ertif-
hiate SNo. 144. dated 2nd day of Junie.
1)02, has fldl sauld certill(it.' in llmy
otlice, and has made applicetioin for
tax deed to Istlue il atcordnlace witl
law. Said certificate en.lbraces the
following decribl)ed IrH'oprty sit-
uated in Putan Couinty, Florida.
to-wit:
WV, of se4 (less lan.) HectSion 10.
Township l u, S. ani, '26 2 .-70
AcreM.
Th'lle asitl land bIuinlg aus.essed.(I at
the. dlit of isol5 itl5 e (if NIt'Ih eCfl'tif-
cate- i. th iname of lEt. IH.
W igg.
U'iless said certiflc-att nluall be, re-
duenmed a.eording to Inw. tix deed
will Is.siel thlereoll ll th 21)ti day of
D nleembI-r, A. I)., 11NU.
Witness my official signature amind
seal this 21th day of Novemlih.r. IiO.
(Seal.) Clerk Circuit (Co it.
Putiamn County. jIorida.
By If. Hutclinson, Jr., 1). C.


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The iL. V. I. A. latetains.
The ladles of the San Mateo V. I.
A. on Thursday entertained the dele-
gates of the Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs, which has been in
session at Palatka sinee Tuesday al-
so the members of the Palatka club.
The steamer Harry Lee was chart-
ered and brought the visitors, about
seventy In number, leaving Pa-
latka at 1:16. Teams met the party
atThe wharf and carried them to the
church where an afternoon session
of the Federation was held. They
were entertained at supper at tihe
Byrlyn and the Palms and in the
evening at V. I. A. Hall Mr. Allen
Holton gave the five act comedy
"Ingomar" complementary to the
ladies. The Federation colors yel-
low and green were in -evidence at
the church, hall, stores and resi-
dences. Teams carried the ladies
back to the wharf and the Harry Lee
left for Palatka about 11 o'clock p.m.

A telegram from Gerrish Bros.,
Boston, yesterday, says: '*Oranges
selling $2 to $2.60; Grapefruit $8 to
$8.50; Tangerines $8.50 to $4. Strap
demand good. Cleaned up all ar-
rivals.

The Colonades Hotel at Seabreeze
was burned to the ground on the
evening of the 12th. It is supposed
to have been incendiary origin.
.Much of the furniture was saved. It
was insured for $60,000.00.
p-
Among the San Mateoltes taking
in the reception tendered the F. F.
of W. C., by the Palatka Club at Pa-
latka Tuesday evening were Mrs. L.
B. Bailey, birs.H. B. Bailey, Mrs. J.
A. Crosby and Miss Crosby.

Manatee County expects to ship
10,000 boxes citrus fruit this season.
With prospects of 400,000-boxes from
old Putnam County, with lower and
quicker transportation, Putnam
County Growers are feeling pretty
good-thank you.


Cypress Shingles for

Weather Boarding

Every House in Florida
should be weather boarded
with 'Tilghman's" 6x2o Cy-
press Shingles. Needs no
Paint. Not Expensive. Al-
ways Looks Well. For par-
ticulars, write to |
N. J. TILGHMAN & SONS

Box L, Palatka, Fla.


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Look Out for J. R. Smith.
A Gold brick was handed Messrs.
Rowley and Crosby here on the Oth
by a party calling himself J. R.
Smith and claiming Syracuse, N. Y.,
as his home. The man Is a slick one.
He gave checks on Commercial
Bank, of Syracuse, N. Y., for house
rent and groceries and secured about
$2j.00 or $30.00 iI change from Mr.
Rowley. The new Duval Hotel, of
Jacksonville advise us by telephone
that he skipped his board bill there.
The checks given here, cane back
protested with endorsement of "rno
account with the bank." A warrant
has been sworn out for him at Palat-
ka and the Jacksonville Hotel has
taken the matter up with the
authorities there. The mean was
about 40 years old, weight about
180 lbs., smooth face, fair skin and
well (trssed. He registered at the
Arlington Hotel. PaAllras, on the 6th
from Atianta, Ga. He left San Ma-
teo on the p. m. train on the 6th.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORI
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that L. L.
Moody, pu rchaser of Tax Certif-
cate No. 217 dated thlie 1st day of July
A. 1). 1907. has filed said certificate
in mny office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue Jn accord-
ance with law. Said certificate eim-
braced the. following described prop-
erty situated( in Putnami County,
Florida. to-wit:
All of Blk. 34 (except Lots 18 and
19) fnterlachen.
The sihd Iland i'lbeing aMsse5eil at tLli
date of tle sstiaNtlce of sticl certif-
icate in the name of Uinkniowln.
ITnle's said certificate aliall hbe
redeemed according to law. tax deed
will issue tjiereon on the 2Uth day of
December A. D. 19M9.
Witness mny official signature and(
seal this the 20th day of Noveimber
A. D., 10W9.
HIEKNRKY H UTO INHOXY;
Clerk Circuit Court,
(Seal J Putnan* Connty, Florida
B.I-I. Hutehinson, Jr., D. C.
no020

Mr. C. W. Hi1i, of Gainesvllle,
was In the Oent City this week, Just
back from the Atlanta races. Mr.
Hill represents the E. M. F.. people
In Alachua, Marion, Putnam and
some oilier Florida counties and h.
reports the E. M. F. cars as showing
their rear axels to many other care
at Atlanta. His E. M. F. advertise-
ment will appear next week in this
paper. This five passenger car at
$1,260 Is hard to beat for the money.

da sam OtMd Me.


nos0.
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NOTICE O' APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice- is hereby given that W. V.
Moody. ptrchaser of Tax Certificate.
No. 133. dated 1stl day of July, A.
). 1907 has flied said certificate in Iny
oice, amid has made application for
tax deed to Issue in accoridalnce withlli
law. Salad certificate em hirace. the
following described property situnt-
ed in Putnamn County, Florida.
to-wit:
Sl* of .nw., w% of nw.j of w 14 ,
(except 2 a.) e4/ of net of twi tanId
sw4 of neY of sw3j, Section .
Township II, H. Range 26 E.-l-:
acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of issuance of uucli cortif-
icate in the name of Unknown.
Unless said eertfleate sliall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deied
will issue thereof on the 6th day of
December, A. D. 190 .
Witness my oleial aslnature and
seal this the h day of November A.
D. 1909. HMNMY t[UTOHINSON,
Heal.] Clerk Circuit Court.
Putnamn County, Florida.
By Henry Hutlcinson.Jr., D. C.






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FLORIDA FRUITS AND PRODUCE


89 WASHINGTON STREET .. . . NEW YORK.


SPECIALTIES:


Pineapples, Orange, Grapefrult, Early Vegetables.


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SOUTHERN VEGETABLEsS
PINEAPPLES.. .. .. ..Eetabllehei 1S0.. .. .. .. .. .. ORANOeS.
TANGERINES .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .tAaMaRUITI
W. M. STANTON & COMPANY,
PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY.
Wholesale Commission Merchants


SU NORTH FRONT STREET.


PRILADILPHIA.


Reference: Harry Jenlings, Tib balls, Fla; Saegar Bro., Ankoma, Ia.;
C. A. Robinson, den, F1a.; B. A. Thomas, DeerHel4, FI.; I. V. Wil.
Itme, Panta Gorda, Fla.; Comolid ation National Bank, and all mercan-
tile agencies. ASK FOR STENCIL.


stablHlbed 184.


26 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANGES.

Cerrish Brothers


52 and 54
Commercial St,. BO TON.
6OMMISSION MERCHANT&


ESTABLISH HED 166.


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Members of National Lisue C otmmlusos Nertchantue U.
Rfetrenoe The Item. 4th Nat Bank, Boston.
W7UTB US Ofa OR TNC4CU


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& Son,


COMMISSION MERCHANTS


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H. DAVENPORT


FRUITS AND PRODUCE.


Commission


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Merchants,


NO. 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
PINEAPPLES, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES AND VEGETABLES
DLED ONLY ON CONSIGNMENT MEANS THE PROFIT FOR
THAT OTHERWISE GOES TO THE BUYER.
WRITE FOR STENCILS. SHIP


Genntison & Brown Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WANT CONSIGNMENTS OF


CHARLESTON.


S. C.


THE LARGEST RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLES.
TON. SHIP US ORANGES, TANGARINES, GRAPEFRUIT, PINEAP-
PLE8. YOU WILL FIND IT A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH
US, BECAUSE WE ARE RELIABLE AND WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
186 EAST BAY. 1 AND 2 ATLANTIC WHARF.
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FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
PROMPT RETURNS.


84-6 SOUTH MAIN STREET.


REFERENCES:
DUO NEWS


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK AND


THE PRO*
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ESTABLISHED 1867.
PHILLIPS & SONS,
Commission flerchants


Members of National League of Comm lesion Merhants of the United States
a


FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE O UR SPECIALTY
ERS AND EXPORTERS.


NOW.


IMPORT.


REFERENCES: Chatham National Bank, N. Y.; Aetna National Bank, N.
Y.; Fidelity Trust Co., NY., and Commercial Agencies.
7f7 WASHINGTON STREET, . . . . ... NEW YORK.
soup--" 00n-0-"


Ernest M. Merrick,

Commission Merchant.


Wholes Fritll and Produce


SOUTHERN FRUITS AND
NOS. Wg640 B STREET, N .W.


VEGETABLES


A SPIOIALTY.
WASHINGtON, D .


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ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,
Vegetables In Season

GEO; B. LONG & CO.,.
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
90 West Market Street-140 Michigan Street -- BUFFALO, N. Y.
REFP ENCES.
Florida Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.
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NEW YORK.


Wholesale Commission Merchants
SOUTHERN FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
344 WASHIN ITON STREET.
Send for stencil and give us a trial. Remember when It comes to price
the Florida Citrus boehalge I* not the whole cheese.


M. E. GILLIS,
Memphis, Tenn.,
THE LEADING BROKER IN

FLORIDA FRUITS


TO WIRE ME IS TO SECURE AN ORDER.


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S3301 Washington Street, New York
* We Give Special Attention to Florida
Fruits and Vegetables.
Quotations and Stencils furnished
Upon Application.

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A NEW FIRM IN BALTIMORE,


Gavan S Co.,
30S LIGHT STREErT.


HAyE YOU GIVEN US A TRIAL? WE'RE MAKING GOOD FRIENDS
ALL OVER FLORIDA AND WE WOULD LIKE TO MAKE ONE OF
YOU. CHECK SENT DAY GOODS ARE SOLD. ASK THE NATI6ON-
AL BANK OF COMMERCE OF BA LTIMORE AS TO OUR RESPONSI-
UILITY; ANY MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE OF COMMIS.
SION MEWH4ANTS OF BALTIMORE AS TO OUR EXPERI NCE;
ANY QOMMEROIAL AGENCY TO GET REPORT OF 6UR hINAN.
. CIAL STANDING. A
WRITE FOR STENCIL AND QUOTATIONS.


Wanted


Shippers of oranges and grapefruit
to get in touch with Britton & Cog-
gin, commission merchants, Norfolk,


Va. Reference:


National Bank of


Commerce, Seaboard Bank. We are
in no way connected with any other


firm here.


Write us today.


for your REAL ESTATE or
BUSINESS, no matter


where located.


If you de-


sire to sell send us de-
scription and price.
IF YOU WANT


L. .. P. Bishop,
President.


John S. Fiske,
Treasurer.


TO BUY


H. T. Cadenas,
Secretary.


L. J. Bishop Company

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COMMISSION MERCH ANTS
IMPORTERS AN D EXPORTERS
Florida Department: Foreign Department:
81 Beach Street. 27 Williams Street.
NEW YORK.


A. E. Meyer & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.


Fruits and Vegetables


8S PARK PLACE,


(Eatablished 1S6))


NEW YORK


Referenoes: New York National Exchange Bank; Commercial
Tranaportatlon Lines.


Agencies;


S.WE WANT.1..

ICAiR LOTS OF. ORANGES & GRAPE FRUIT
Largest oar lot handlers In Chilago. Members National League of Comrn
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our IBnk, Natiosql Produeo Bank of Chicago, about us. Ask any fruit
trade paper about us. Your Interests are ours. Get In touch with good,
live people. Write for stamp that will get you car load rate of freight
on your mall shlpmonts.
I. GEORGE & COMPANY,
NO. M SO, WATER ST. M-- -- --- - CHICAGO, ILL.


People.
December number of the People's
Maegasia ls up to the mark of former
lasea of this perloGical-peroaps aI
NltO* above the mark. BaldeM the
aMal attractive stasplonre saeuoa,
oIawr Ae reproduUoass of aoess
bes thI latest thsAreea ascoseese
th a very reaable novelaatlo
ef the ply, -etve parkoea, In


which a popular, actress is now starr-
nlg; and for those who like magaziae
eloton there is an abundant variety
in the eleven other stories offered, as
well *s a number of pretty turned
Te*A .


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tt* e JsMi e
W* am%
^&'-f we eat acree at anl
wbeer to "md I- dty Malt
I.mI to aikvs' poery soe"
iftea an't dark no mea
Stre0d Teddy's route by rail
a doed alt herrines tallu
Oa asp, sad Homer Pry
,- Ured sias a ateete fly
a aper sack that Pinn
Ue l t em boneless oodsh In.


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Who gets mal on our
S: tel
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Oew


Down to Hloks' grocery store
I allw we've setUed more
latm'* questions In a nilht
han the oourtse-Sn done it right.
Ilek,b e allus kteps in touch
With th* world's e crowned heads an*
An' there's very little goe
On abroad but what he knows.
An' he says to Treadwell Pew:
"Who'll I charge them herring
tor,


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Poler, In alturdy Evening


Booth

The Second

By [therlue LGrej.

Wheoa Dbfvi, e th triet booking
MaMt, arrived at his oloe Just a bit
bedore s, the entry way leading to it
as filled with a motley array of poO-
ple-~~~O& old, tall, short, anxious
bdlgefat-sa they fled In after
l saesting themselves with sighs of
MllWt, beredom, fatigue sand worr-
ebMt ia his waiting room. With never
o mauh as a glance at them he stalk.
ed through and slammed the door of
J& private oGoe with a sharp, deodd.
, bag. very week day morning
aM1 th P Avq efl Me mm*ame crowd
Satd hiL. He had seen the
hopeful wM m despair at
iel ut "nothlft donag" with no more
S~b hart than Ui his words
Shewry greeting %.
ado dli dsUng to their hopes.
te d e2t tmtI hor the eoMver.
bl t ot ooter oflee drwed and
died out while the pate

am*VOW"41t i, out ta*bo
lbe Mole ow a thr oseh
At tt doe e peaed widea
SWh emied step ad low Na
a estere-4al, with brighUy barn.
lu *ew; hair a bit lbas aWd corain.
A 4 MA (a reMi of better sad moeaw
M W dep) d epe Me la awe 1W
6"SMaW as the trogrver
NpO, Wile a ack noat and taht
iBwfetlty an those me
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nd ^ and--o'^r--toy so bo w e^whia," he m rruredw ft
tp' a oo ti eeo d wihd the Penter

a* Paho- 4ded repu-41-oplaem., N
ie s* ,th-s te the .Adi-u T s tt.
I Oe, Fkdt oil tt of wtei a, s esT.l. allj
SaIste, o H eed.w H oe tred with ths old ma
Wlatr jostle air sad made his way to his
"No aB" mae the dgia.d* an dressing room, lealoft Billie speech
oewer. I merely dropped la to y mles in ope-meathed astosshmnt
od acrtem sad-or-to se how Oees-whls," he murmured. as the
n seI conducted minor book- door closed behind Mr. WarAWton
mg 0saeeo of tol *rd.r ,iptW Deagerfeld:; "but he's game. Poor old
"What's your pspalaltyh" a dBI Booth the Second."-Boston Pot.
'*petlulty10 The sah oio ln J IT COMES HIGH.
diagaulsed horror and repudiation -
bro ht a sqarlt flush to the qus. Cot of1 Beautiful Toys to T. W. La W
hoerW's nbe. *h sir, ami a Shakspo-r on and Sir T. J. LIpton.
rim otos r of the old sdboot. Ie n --.. m
towd thi business when oneD ad to yachtng In Itse aanco d form s a
be a aldtor born and bred, sir. I aa mnllionalre's sport. One of the mot
hourly expecteln a wire in reply to modern steam yaohts oNsts about
my asooptance of a Broadway engage $300.00 to build and $8,000 a mouth
meot I, *Ir, played with Booth-I am to malatal;. A. 67-foot.pleasure sloop
a actor, sir" He rose and east a may cost $18,000. Aq to racing, Cap.
withering look at the crushed Billie, tain Jamer C, Spamp says, Tn
and as It to complete the latter's hu* Country Uife in Ameriea:
mlllatlio.Dalevis' ofie boy entered and "Now that the question of a new
called: "Mr. Warrington Dangerifeld challenge for the America's cup from
boerle and the tall man with a truly Sir Thomas J. AUpton, for a race in
Booth-Shabspernan sweep of the hand 1910, is being agitated, it may be of
followed hima Into the private ose. Interest to note, In passing, that the
A silence fell on the crowd, broken construction of a challenger and a
at drt by a low, deep whistle from" defender, and the expense of keope
Billie as he repeated softly, "I am an ng them In commission for four
actor, sir!" The oace boy reappeared, months covering the period of trial
and Billie grabbed him by the arw, rames and of the actual races, costa
saying: "Say, kid, how long is Booth the owner half a million dollars. To
the Second going to stay there?" this may safely be added $50,000 u.s
UAw, 'not long,' the boy replied, extra expenses for towing, boats hir
"Some guy phoned the boas he was ed as tenders to carry spare spars and
due here and to treat him right for sails and on which the crew is fed
old time's sake-he's a real hasbeen, and lodged, ead for the entertainment
you know." I of guests during the races.
The conversation stopped abruptly "As a matter of fact, it cost Thou*
as Mr. Dangerfeld appeared in the as W. Lawson of Boston $205,984.80
doorway, and with head held high he to build and equip the Independence
swung majestically to the door, then and to keep her in commission for
an If reollecting the presence of Bl- three months Of this amount only
Ue, whose aim was a tryout in the $75,000 went for the first cost of the
park or moving picture house, he duall, spars and rigging. The salls-
aain cast a pitying look at him and 26. of them-cost $19,997.82 and they
bowed In haughty condescension; we 1aed seven tons. They contained
then the door closed behind him. 16,848 yards of canvas. The first
0* ifmainaall cost $2,932.60 and the see-
The following Thursday, Billie. on4 $2,875; $1,704 was paid for r
armed with his *excess" (one grip silk spinnaker, and her five Jib top
rather the worse for wear), landed at sails of different sizes cost $1,261.85.
Weston and looked about In disgust "The skipper of the Independence,
as the train pulled out of the station. Captain 'Hank' Haff, received $4,000
"Gee whisk he muttered. "I'll bet for his servl.ce for the season, the
thny ain't had a show here since mate got $1,500. the second mate $1.,
'Uncle Tom' ten years ago. Every 590.60 includingg extras), the stew
mother's son has to be In bed by 9 ar" $1,000, and the sailors-about 30
o'clock and up at 4-and this is the of them-$10,127.60. Bonuses. amount.
place Davis wants me to break my act ing to $12,696, were paid to the crew
In. Will the natives get tmy gag- as prize money, and to unra,)n'cs for
never! I'll bet In the Good Old Sum- extra work. Medical attendance cost
mer Time' os new here. 0, well, it's $300 and $10,097.50 was oid for
only for a half a week, Thursday, r- water, Ice, refreshments and cigars."
day sad Saturday-me for the opr'y -
bhousel and he trudged up the malnd Hore ThatWas 46 Years Old.
street to the shining white building
with A big asi over the door Inform- Tbe extraordinary agb of 45 yea7
nag the unauepecting public that mov. and S maiOth wa attained by a hore'
as plotures would be exhibited there owned by Col. Heath which ha Jut
afternoons and evenins, aterspersed dieal at the Colonel's farm at Apollo
with ysadeville, for the sma eum of Bay, Victoria.
Lve and tea cents. Billie made his Col. Heath state that there can be
way to the stage, rehearsed his "stuf" no possible doubt as to the animal's
with the piano player aad then went ae, as he still has the diary contain*
off to kill time until the show began. lug the entry showla when it was
An act wae on when he returned, foaled. It Is in all probability fee
and he stepped to the wina-then an greatest record known. The horne
Incredulous cry broke from his lips, wea ridden by the Colonel as a'
sad he grabbed the stage manager. charger in its youth and several times
"Who's that guy?" he asked In a loud carried him from Melbourne to Shop.
whisper. porton-1i0 liles-In two days. It
"Warrinatos," was the brief reply* was sired by a famous racehorse
"Wnagiste.what?" sa Md Iin Alfrel, its moter beisn
"MethAn Jst Warriatoa-humorI an Australlan Arab bred mare..-m it


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ot-phaW here for an tire week *
by m *ofth d Gmat that used w on .the Thane.
to .new him, as hits asft pLak. Over 00 ensets have been rered
Mle wiped his Sorehea. "oee c ten Tamems tween sfouthwark
w "u. hoe-mmured; 'poor oULtooh Btdge sad karih Lock. Healey, dur.
the Seed--h-- hise am- sam d I- tho l st season. Tthe a esm
di a sopeiy. Goe whi." beood was one of nine soya et at
S thm Warrwntem aSde hio l id HallId. The black swansat Go
M~iM br htMs mamd ossthMa Mag, w&ho am owned by the Vist-
MM p booed at at4li nes Ompy, h ba alo multiplied.
mL lj eo, them a glra Aleether there are about 00
oeim e I his me. waon the Taens between the
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Growers of Budded and rafted Pe-
can Tree of beet standard vAretOw;
hardy oranges on hardy stek, ldd
grown roses, palms and terns. Pruit
aM d orametal trees, shrubs, etc.
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LOCATION, ATTRACTIONS AOVAN6
TABES.
Inermatlee for the Vislter or Nome


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T" s aes t toa 0I F=ad t of
he St. Joas dver*, whte is emaehalf
ile wioeat t80 s poat
eeat, (t of 5,000), +19 mles t. c
S Agustlne sad about T miles
The termlns of a branh od th
Ploida Mt Coat Rallway. The d .
po betig threequarters ot* a am:*
Imoothe rlve wharf.
atae and Attractionl.
San Mateo has good sheUed roads
ai miles of hard sidewalks. Beautl-
li wateroaks li e both sides, O
saeeta. and meeo overhead In many
Two oekrches, public sand private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order postofooe, three mallst
dally, meat market, two general
stores who take orders and deliver
goods at your door, weekly parer.
TIp place is incorporated. The
state and county taxes are about 20
mills on about one-third valuation.
Oodd huntifg and ashing, dewer, tar
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water ash.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Plaowe
epea winters; rates eight to tea daol
lars per week; $3.00 day.
Six thousand people weat through
the San Mateo lrult Company's grove
hbeo use aaod.
* Qse of the bet advanta m*
Mateo eneys s tranoportatio; bein
a-both river and rail is an advantage
Wat few 1orlda points njon A
e0tt aemeo, for Instanoe, railroad
Ui tNteAlts at Jaoksodvilfe' wer
amor tha oConasted and fruit ship.
ped trm podats down the central
pWI of the state was, isI ome eases,
thee weeks oettls to Jacksonville,
en route to northern markets and
d a&ot bring enough to pay frlsght,
wUlo aa Mateo shlppere, at sam
Stime, would dAlp from here bne day
sad have fruit go out of Jecksoavilloe
e the Clyde ohip the next. This Ut-
tile matter that season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and the homeseker
wlU do well to bear in mind trans
portaUlon and cheap rates that come
with oumpetition, In soletling a Flor
Ida locaVoa.
The population is about 560, who |
eam mostly from the northern states.
As a clam they are pnn of means,
resive and soelable. Have a bet
ter elass of homes than can be founJ
In any place In the south of Its size.
The billdinas kept palnted anad
greonds i food order.
Healthfulness.
Oa account of Its high altitude.
ths es noe healthier spot in Flkrida
her all the year round or for the win.
to vlsltors For those who come to
PFirua on account of health, many
td thia higher altitude, dry .and
balmy air is better than the lower,
more harasb air found li salt water
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Business.
01 The principle tuslnes aIs orange
growing. Some 400 acres In lgrves
are here, and as this proves pruOt-
able, these iL oat much attention paid
,the erops, although there are sonmt
-fusablee grown for sahtipmet and

The unbeliever soon reacbes the
Where no one ploes faith In


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on Pecan
B Y seowi so me fycests I *wS
send you a ba at peeas of 4to
4tSMatiftle Tom tsttly,
C AYANGEYs
Biakilo


geo An4 t be e em t- o be V te
As l nstanee for p>ret tn a good
caamg frove Mr. & P. Dw-wy, rie
seh than seven aeres last season,
shIpped d$,300 worth of fruit
foil.
The San Matoo oreau crop thn
reason is estimated at 50.000 boxes;
that for Putnam county at 400,000
boxes .
I The county Is now building at Pa-
latka a $31,000 court house; a bridge
one mile loan, costing $45,000. con-
nectng this section with our county
forest, and will spend at once $100,000
on bard roads.
* The soM l varies a great deal froe
hg pine to low and high hammock.
an within a mile. so that lands for
y purpose or crops can be secure&
aa Mateocan be reached from
Jadkaonvllfe by Florida Bast Coast
railway or Beach and Miller line
steamen (see time tables elsewhere
Is this paper). The Olyde's St. Johns
~iver steamers arrive here about 10
p. a. so do not Advise this routo.
Pare B. & M. line $1.256; railroad 82
from Jacksonville.
Launch Rainbow leaves Palatka
every afternoon at 10ft. Lucas lino
steamers 2.0 p. m., every day but
emaday.
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays,
and three trains daily on P. E. C
railway. Pare from Palatka 26 cent.
Ma route.


I f& BPPAYINO PUMP
Crestllne "Sunabhne" has
so.ld brass cylinder. Cqai
be used as all roqp(D pump.
Write for free clrftlar. Alk
for infornt oP on a y
pumpkin V swm, We make
>Um. ror aSleI.
CaRSTLINMK sm CO.,
Crest Ine, Ohbo.
IPumps, Mks, Hiom.

New and liberal management

The New Arlngton Hotel
KALTBFIBU VARNW,
Proprietors.
PALATA,. FLORIDA.
Catering espeelally to the commer
etal trade Central and most desara
bly located for business. Rates $2 to
1.60. Special by the week. In oo~
-section: The Graham Hotel-Europe
f Plan.




tuCeaSr to W. anew & Co.

Furniture


PUNERAl. SUPPLIES .
Phese 0S. Next door Kennerly.
Leames Street. Hardware Co,
PALATKA, PLA.

E. E. DODGE,


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EVENTUALLY


YOU WILL USE


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WHY NOT NOW?


Manufactured Jacksonville.m

Manufactured In Jacksonville.


Sales Agent,


S. W. ROWLEY.


F. A. Gerber


Dealers I


Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
et all deseriptons. Undertakers and nalmer.
AJnt arrive@ oampleot line Orookery and Obna Tablewatr, 3M
wea& Tilet Sets, Odd Pleaes China Glaseware, Lamps, est.


106-118 PRONT ST., PALATKA.


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Why Stay North and Freeze?


COMB TO BJAN MATEO


And spend the winter out of door j. and you will come again.
If you want to rent a cottage, write an; we have them furnished, sad
ready tolmove In. Byrlyn Place. (see advertisement In this paper) eas-
not be beaten In Florlda for a boarding house. Write--

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-Dealer In-


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Oil, Varnlshes and Wall Paper.
Columbia Graphophones and Records


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,^ About 40 SOW; s5ume Uu
*S 8 A, *eoed a " oh4t1i HMIu$
I 4 Iomt t rooms, barn,. t.. wiains tU.
i ot postofflc" and depo. A bat
Sat $100.00. Teoms U delraed.
O~ge, two bed rmoos, kIdthen, din-
kg room and large tvting room, about
two acrea land recently set out in or.
sng trees, nicely situated l center
of town. Cottage furnished. or rent
o.e ala. Photo.
No. 4. 8,500 acres, river I sides, R.
IL oam side, fence 1 mile. Would fatu:e
AI aL For esttle ranch, conido't be
b Lt. Has 3I illioa feet pine, 1 1-2
million cypress, 6 million tet .d' ash,
gum, hickory, maple, magu4jSa, ,e,..
Good wharf, e-room house and ftart
About 60 A. Under fence. The prneo
$.00 an acre. If you mean husluess
e* me and see this.

If you want a couple of rooms for
light housekeeping or a cottage, write
us. iatef are $10 to $25 per month.


Do It Now!


No. S5. Pineapple lands In Dade
county, on railroad. 6 acre lots, $20
per acre. If you want pineapple lan4
or a pinery ahead ina bearing, write
ua.
41. A pretty little grove with fine
location for house e o river bank,
About five hundred boxes fruit this
season' Wharf on the property and
new packing house.
483-arq tract, one of the best hi Ban
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, fences not nl best of
shapa, small house and parking house.


No. 103. 10room house. Cost over
O.W40 to bulnd. N aores ad
P trees, to00 young orpp
tre. Damn. Nice location; shelled
NOAet and edewalk on front Prie
$4,000.00. A good opening for some
S t ma expense bry taking
beoardar while fruit tries a rt comeM
Inio being. Easy terms. Photo.
No. lt-4.100 acreq land s.dlable to
eatUt ranch; some of the Cesat gar
dea land, small orange grove, dowlau
Wells of pure water, fronting on ai
Johas river with Florida EaMt Coan
gilwa rusalng through the property
Ask the prtee.
Do you want an Interest hi' bearing
manae grove? No better Investmen
a Florlda. Write for particulars, es
Malte of profits, t senses, etc.
biuy your ticket to San Mateo; aee
what we have to offer. It eosts less
than to go farther south and then come
back. *
Building lota Ia good location, $100
to $600; 100x200 feet to 5 acres In
extent.
We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18.000. Write us
about price you would want to pa)
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig
ure.
There are orange groves here thai
are paying from $100 to $1,000 peo
acre.
A Boston gentleman came down 1It
December for his health, bought 1(
acres of land for $600, had It set out.
to oranges and grapefruit; and before
he left In -spring oould have sold at
enough profit to have paid all hisa q
penses for the winter. He refused to
sell.


IR You Want a Home la Plorida, Come to San Mate
and see what We Have to Offer. You Will
flake a fIlitak. If You Don't.


J. A.


Crosby,


BEACH &- MILLER


SOUTH uOUlz).
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@nWeI a"d low prics tor Us
tHl DA RUSSR STAMPS AND STINCILI

SSTAMP & SEAL CO.
Wal oft a ALOft
18u atr pa Ar
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But Why Fertilise
CITRUSS TREES ,
in the Fall
We have puahbed a booklet tell.
ing the reason for FALL FSRTIL.
IZIN4 under the title WHY IERTIL.
IZE CITRUS TREES IN THE PALL.
It Is prepared with the extreme care
we give to all our publiestions and
will prove of Interest to all and of
benet to many. Our booklets are all
free. i
How and When to Fertilize CItru
Treeo; I, I l JI
Why Fertlilie Citrus Tree In the
Fall; ; 1t
Hew to Begin an Orange Grove;
Florida Solls. Ti
Write us for prices of our IDEAL
FERTILIZERS. .-4ot "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.


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B lruhl l NM are giving greatest satisfaction to our
Fro O hundreds of customers in Florida.
They always grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
a Nm In fhl In planting groves now, think of, the
SIlllth future. THE SUCCESS OF YOUR IN.
VMTMJNT depends on the trees you plant. MAKE NO MISTAXK, but
eoae to
-1 ,c afL Ift D Trees guaranteed to arrive at destna,
1ffW Ction in good order. It they don't, we
replace them. NO WHITE FLY.
ADRZESI A .


0. W. CONNER, Prop.
.TANGoXRDn


BYRLYN


FPLRIDA.


PLACE


COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPENS OCTOBER flRST, o00.
WEALTHY, high pine woods country. Convenient for side trip to 8t.
Augustine and all 1ast Coast points. Oclaklawaha and St. Johns River
steaes esa stop at the wharf. 000 U HUNT1lO and fishing; guides aod
dos ean be had on short notice.
SIsoe Is situated In 16-aore Or age grove, one block from depot, 34
alle o Blywver. 400 acre Oransge roves at Ban Mateo.
btes: $ .00 to $13.00 ap week; U8.00 per day. For reservations

DR. J. E. COCHRANE, Manager

VALATIE, N. Y.
APTER OCTOBER 1TY, MN MATEO, FLORIDA.
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MONEY J


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ON REAL ESTATE.


LONG TIME,


'EASY PAYMENTS,


RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED..

The Jackson Loan & Trust eo.,,


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"I 'mferwd 'fo"m, pains in my head, shoulders
iablside, stomach l dow n, dirminess, chills, ner-
Tumsae,-faintig spells and other female troubles.
SI wat Almost dead. Tiiree doctors did not help me.
At ast, I took Ogrdui, and with the first botte ob-
tained relief. Now I am cured. But for Oardul,
I..would have been dead." Try Cardai.
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STANDARD VARIETIES OF ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES. NO
WHITE FLY OR SqALE INSECTS. PRICES REASONABLE
*ADDRB88:
WM. F. REED, Drayton Island, Fla
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S* THE IOMERS*.HART ORANGE CLIPPER.
By making a very large contract,we are able. this year to i reduce the
price of the Somers-Hart Orange Clipper from $1i25 to 85c each, post-
paid, .qnd from $13 to $8.50 per do eo.. The Clipper this year.:ts an i-m
provement over last year, as it is 'furnished with a bolt to thke up the
nut so that the wear of the scissors caa be taken up. Theae cllp-
pers have been adopted IV the Citrus Exchanges all over the State,
and we are receiving orders from Califounia and Porto Rico. it is claim-
cd to be the best orange clipper on tho market. Send tir a trial pair
at 85c postpaid, or oqe dozen for $8.60. -
5. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER PO.,- -- ----- Jacksonville, Florida.


Kennerly Hardware Co.
SP'IATKA, FLORIDA,
-----HEADQUARTERS FOR---

itieMian a il Ellvood Wire Fenco.


o~ tni beaiiLy:


Self-Opening Cate N OFRDT o
For any driveway or posts. Opeq.
ed by any vehicle without ass i
ance(' or eto)ing. Easily opened by
S]hand1, on foot or Ihorsehack, ang
Sw er s tandi untfastened. Cannot
Le' oroed by any t;tock. With full
.,ntrol of reins and teams, sccj
dents are avoided. The machip*
cry Is all above ground, and so
minmle it never got.; out of order.
Satisfaction or no sale. It adds
;tiad safety of any home.


MANLOVE CATE CO.,


272 ICA-T IIUJIION ITm
I HIC(A4.0. ILL.


STETSON SHOES FOR MEN.
QUEEN QUALITY & AMERICAN
OIRL SHOES FOR LADIES.
A full line of Shoes for Boys, Misses & Children,


CITY SHOE STORE.


HERBERT CROOK, Prop.


WONDERLANDD

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


Admission


IOC.


Children 5c.


Smith's Home-Made Candy-All Kinds
Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Kisses,
BUTTERCUPS, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.


(Ot their deliver prices before buying elsewhere. ICE CREAM PARLOR.


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HOT and COLD DRINKS.


FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. AL80 CARRY FULL LINE
OF HUYLER'S CANDIES.


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e5 wB .tat. Carhb tugrip, bro behls .e ar addlion to the sum ofatred
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tt ersixmouthsb ed hless than WIfr omaths, a:d tot
.n 6 10 t b IN0 0 m lSo ib o sumI. 50amhsse.t b- Ob, bOt f. t*ha l lbe w termt ySof sto,'ee
. ..touse- Dr -" """-N --l um ofo five dwo Hlar, wthe_ .a to IU



teer at S e p e EM. THE ATWOOD CO' GROVE paid out of the hire de ived from

-F-e -i._ -Fiedds, appears as pT the public sentiment
of a county should see that such pfo-
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-t. wood Coy. hero has one of theA; nar me A to enforce the ame.
rtil t l p m eat grapetrult groves In the world, The state allows its prison er at
.. 1 "" and it is noted f or the quality of the rate of two months of in year fo
S fruit produced. There are 80. a es account of ood behavior. Bome count.
FOUR CROPS A YEAR IN THIS in grapefrUlt and Manager Arthur H. ties allow t isto their prisoners and
SadIlnt of eae o this s ntentit ow inee "yea 0

STATE VS. ONE OUT THERE. Brown estimates the crop at 00* some do no t. The result ois that pr
boxes. The grove shows up mag all b ones from those counties who do not
While Northern Farmers Are Hover. gently as one drives through the leo sn who I olk sve by oSo 1
r a Over fire& to Kecf Warm avenues of smmotrical tred e d prisoners from those counties whdo
Floridlane Work In Open. with perfect, luaclous flt. Thie farm reoelve this be ot due to nood beo
to an example of modern ftrut culture havior, natural become dissatisfie.
In the North and West but ont crop and is but a illustraton of what There is no law compelling county
a yeas is raised on a farm and it the may be copied oel lorlds land U.- ommtissionere to allow this benesft
farm product brings as much as s50 der careful management.-' on oa ount of mood behavior. It sam
per acre the farmer a well satisftad It is tgured that the qu it as ift those f tested in the welfare
Consequenty, It is necessary to cul. this farm will net $ a per ta ~o the shish would reapse a sun
tlvate a great many acres to produce gvorane, with a total oo m $0. c wom lses t s tho
enough money to supply the wants 000. It Is sklvtly handler and i 0k. disoount- on account of such good be.
of an average sied family. One hun. aed and properly graded-the secret of havlor.
dred acrEs would not produce more suoeos.-New York Pker. s h
than $5.000 at the rate of $50 ptr acren, How does growing grapetelht In A ealdd llri -e
and It iould take an exceptionally Florida compare with farming nl the thorrfld his grandmother, Mrs. Maria
fieldd of wheat to bring the farmer north and watT Pretty finse N are Taylor of Nebo, y, who write that ,
that amount of money. itty acres, farm, isn't it. that would produe when all thought he would d ,
planted In wheat or corn, would be $110,000 In the north rom Coe crop. Boklen's Arnics Salvw whoul" car"e
considered of extra fine quality and Bome grapoetrult grown about here, It him. Intalie for brn M eild4g
quantity if it brought in $s,500 In a anybody should uk you about it, as outs, corns, wounds, braises, res lth
year. the following letter from one of the ver sores, bols, skin eruptless, chil-
In Florida three and four crop of largt reelvers of Florida fruits in b11 chapped hands. Soon rost
vreetables, to say nothing of fruits, New York will testify: pYks. .c at 8. W. Rowley's. tf
can be grown on the same piece of San Mateo Fruit Co.
ground every year, and five acre will San Mates, la. U T E
bring the grower from $3,600 to $5,000 Geatemen:
every year. We wired you last night sales on Governor Gilchrist Wll Distribut
The vegetable season in IPorlda your m rane t and trust same pre v. and to War Veteran '.
begpit in November, as a rule, when ed en s1yo laetorys. They brought Talaasee, Fi a-S-Te ,
the Northern and Western farmer i the top or the me rket-oIn t tt Governor soldlebrof thoie -anSMS ts
putting everything away and preparN established the high priee wY qote. Ies war wi go only to those who
Ing for the winter eason, which, with This is, we eosider, very eompUmeb- we In Colonel LoU l' regiment, the
him, lasts for Ave months or so. tary to you. sad wlah to saed co. Pirst FlorMida, and ly to those
Flrst comes the planting of lettuce, grstulations upoe your 5uooece la put. whose name have been furlhed by
tomatoes, cablag, ote. The ret ting out such an easellent quality and the tedr nU l rates governW ent. LeA
shipment of lettuce is Seg ray e dy pack of frult. than a the amount of the fund to
by the first week In JTauary. As Mt be dne haa yet been received by Got.
sthe t e i s ct ut the la---d---- enor lO~brist The 5ll5110t aioubtI
a the lettuce ias eut out ttohe nd isKills Her Fee e Yee.s, to be paid to any man is thirty-two'
one over ad bbeeu ea s a te "he mst merle enmy I had ets, to largest amount $83l.. The
are cnt out. Tthe In eobruary the e0 yers," ddl Mrs. JsvraS a mvergeaount due enlisted men is
second erop of lettuce is set out mand for 30 aya,"b M J asout $5. The distributiUon will be
this is harvested nla the latter part Dasn. of HSyevll. Maine "w made as scoon as all the money Is
eof March or the frst wek In April. Ay dspepols. I I nte Itedy after reelved. There will neesearly be
Asparags o s another good paylna eatin or drinking and omoud oaro. qoessderable delay, but the governor
ores and with the lettuce, toatoes. ly sleep. Ater masy reeiles had wil dispose ol the matter as soon as


Senbeo and other sucN crope thie d &Md a cor ve MU pIW.
tIrck farmer Is kept gbay I trisd WricMt.ow wv e"t OW YisAre V
Sthe w-inter, comp,-y.NOI we cn et. v Gi Ae Ve
i Goit wit the felds od the w t I M To year old ad am or headache. a well as cider women.
es nd wtes ams arena or.ov oroyed to pot ty heath and my but all get quik relief and prompt
eSd w a SSe of beaul snow streh back aM." ry Indige. cre fr Dr. in's New Life Plls,
s temer adt his ~r tite, los i appetite, k W ney trole., the wod's best remedy for tc aad
ar W eeM d weons wea lame j e omphale, ,W nsrv lees headache. They mane
ttas LsZ equalt oe at 5. V. e v pure blood. and strmSg nerves m

-isat A- 5t Is llbA 0 ns tyewea t r iTse.s Tryms
tanaP""o to the aatlti
00bion.dO WL a a tis d tole eoida
9 o: m 3 e"e" bes tam mawof
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&as mbluae tn IBV
Sand wen It lC ae Ut ide M,
sammatlon can taken eo t atd thi
tube rtored to rito heMa omi0tban
hearing will be deatere amer;
nae eae o"t of teo re sol 4
catarrh, which it noetha. -t is *
Lamed condition ot the puenqs suu'
We wfill give oae huded do"lars
r any c of. deafnea ed by
catarrh) that cannot ed by
all's Catarrh Cure. se" d fr lrcus-
lars, tree.
(. J. CdENEY & CO. Toledo, Ohio.
BSold by Druggists, 7so.
Take Hall'% Family Ptll for con.
etlpatUon. i tf

HIE=M TMZI oF Ill?.
He Spoke In Pavor of Inland Water.
ways.
Tallhas4 ee, F/a.-RelatUve to his
trip down the Mississippi rr with'
the presidential party, OovA r il-
christ states that the party consisted
of -the president and two or three
members of his cabinet, twenty-three
governors and one hundred and sev-
enteen senators and congressmen;
there was a flotilla of twelve or fift-
teen steamers all decorated In patri-
otic colors.
The following were substantially
the remarks of Governor Gilchrist:
"With deep water from the lakes to
the gulf, the bulky freight now car-
ried by the railroads will be trans-
ported by boats. The phosphate, cot-
ton, turpentine and lumber of Florida
will then find a cheaper rate of trans.
portatIon to the great Middle West,
the products of the Milnippi valley
will find a cheaper transportation to
Florida
"The staff of life, brad, represent.
ed in the tasselled corn fields and In
the golden wheat fields of the great
Middle West will become cheaper In
Florida. The Motive power ao all In-
dustry, coal, will be transported more
cheaply to the Florida coast. The
Iransportatioa of this bulky merchant.
dise will relieve the rallreads of all
chances of congestion of business,
thus giving ready transportation of
the incomparable oranges, grapetrult
sad vegetables of our great state of
florida.


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Bl e y says Itra triW,
Bad man's got abol of you;
(9w about it, Uttle 101.
1W4 the rosy Mpm to Iilay
Quldn't -puntsh her a bit.
U. I had to dle for it;
INo, I couldn't bear to Whip tier,
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Msr ise's sueh a very, very,
Very tiny little girl
-Baltimore Sun.

AT SUBM1WR SCHOO'-S.
da o to' summer sobool and I en-
joy It very mucn The girls naae
baskets out of reed. We have sewing
and cooking. The boys have manual
training, bent iron work and ham*
feared brass.
I bave three pets, they are kittens.
They are only five moatLa old and
are the smuartet little things you eveTr
dw. In the achrhWAuthey know enough
to listen for the mllkiman and when
they hear him approsacing they run
to meet him. Also on Friday when
the fishma oomes they all sit in a
Mw waiting to get the heads, witch
they ul*ays receive.
3My aunt bas a very cunning dog
named Rex, which is over here most
of the time And I am sa very fond
of 'him that I call hhnim one of my
pets, too. He is very pretty. Hisi
coat is of a very nice shade of brown
and his -tall Is ery large and bushy.
-3Marion Brill, in the Newark Call.

DONALD UNDERSTANDS.
Donald is a faithful collie. He is
not only a companion but company.
ionable. He has learned to under-
stand the ]alishU language. as a child
does is to distinguish the different
and comprehends and responds to
conversation 'without any gesture or
change of voice.
By far the most unauial thing e
dqes Is to sistlulsh the different
songs. Wherever he Is lying--per-
haps asleep-If a person Is singing
be pays no attention until at the
sound of the first note of one of
the three sons hbe has been taught
to respond .to be jumps to the piano
seat, placing his front pawe on' the
keys end, with head uplifted, remains
In this polUtion until the song i
finished, whlen he Jumps down.
What is considered still more won-.
derful, if the same air is played In
* different key he does not respond,
but on return to the original key he
figin Jumps to the same position at
the piano, where he remains until the
song s finished.
At the souad of the first note of
either of the other two aong he
Jtpas Into the chair belongtag to
that particular song, never e OsutagK
them. All of w i~h proves that he has
aot only a ke- aoaw of tune but
rmainig power as welL This is
amid work, ad not an ordary trick,
d abkpled mialilaas who have seen
do thi hav ere d great
*atoktahjmeat'. .


She was interrupted by the front.
doorbell raining loudly; then, la gen-
ial, Informal Hillsover fashion, the"
library door was pushed open, anut
a brisk voice called out cheerfully:
"I can't see, but isn't Mrs. Briggs
here? No, I 'won't sit down, thank
you, Mrs. Gilbert. I'm not calling on
you I Just ran in to ask you, Mrs.
Briggs, If you wouldn't help me at
the tea I'm giving Saturday? I want
you to pour the chocolate, and I want
to tell you, too, that I've tried and
tried to get you on the telephone,
and called ceaselessly, but you're nev-
er at home, 0 popular little lady of
many engagements! Will you help
me? That's so good of you, and
now I must fly. I've a thousand
things to do in the next few days!"
She whisked out of the room as
Impetuously as she had whirled in;
then, when the door had closed, Mrs.
Gilbert turned with a whimsical smile
to ,Mrs. Brigga.
"You see?" she asked.
Little Mrs. Briggs sighed 'with hap-
of relief. "I do," she said. "Only
I don't deserve to pour chocolate at
her house. I ought to eat humble
pie there Instead."-Youth's Compan-
ion.

THE CABIN BOY.
William SHillaber, the secretary of
the newsboys' sumner camp on Staten
Island, was praising newsbWy char-
acter.
"The neweboy is a good fellow,"'
he said. "His bitterest enemy can at-
tribute no worse fault to him than
mischievousness. And mischievous-
nem Isn't a fault-it Is only an ex-
cess-an excess o? higt spirits."
Mr. 8hiliaber laughed.
"A neweboy friend of mine," ho
asid, "took to the sea. He became
cablo boy on a tramp collier. He
was a good 'boy, but-
"Once, when our white squadron
was at Newport, this colUer steamed
nla ber alow way aborewurd with tier
design upside down, the signal of dis-
trese-dletreos of the direst.
"Jnsontly a pretty eight was to be
wpi. avery warship ia the eet low-
u a Ufebsat, and all those beutM~-


Spokane, Buffalo, Rochester and Oth
er Towns Seek Publicity.
Spokane maintains a publicity bur.
esu that supplies the now.spaperF
tbrougbout the country with Interest
ing Items, thus keeping the nam0 o
the city constantly in the puIblic aind
Colorado Springs and San Antonic
also have publicity bureaus that work
along similar lines. .Denvev relies
for its advertisalag almost entirely on
the bringing of conventions to the
city.
So does Seattle, says the Spring.
ueld Union, the idea being that
strangers will carry back with them
favorable impressions and some of
them will either return as permanent
-residents or influence friends who
may conteauplate a change of reVi-.
dence.
Houston has set Itself to the task
of adding many thousands to its pop-
ulation through the medium of a
boosters club and advertisements in
various newspapers and magazines.
From Buffalo comrs the news that
the business men of that city pur.
pose to spend $500,000 in the next five
years to put before the people of the
United States the advantages of the
Lake City.
If is also proposed to create a
publicity and Industrial bureau whiho
shall ,have charge of spending $100.-
000 a year and shall also Interest It.
self In bringing conventions to But*
falo.
Not to be outdone by Buffalo,
Rochester has taken up this question
of advertising, and one of the latest
cities to adopt the Idea is Springfield
Mass. Kansas City Is said to be the
ponder in this municipal advertit.
ing.

The population of England and
Wales, enumerated at the end of
March, 1901 consisted of 32,537,843
persons. From that date until the
iniddle of 1907 the number of births
exceeded the number of deaths by 2,.
520.944.

Work on the Panama canal during
the present year will require the use
of 10,o00 tos of dynanUte.


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sold the seema started
e aod her had, where it wold
ahe hir ea laate sbe e.
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4A 4t -is tou yea ol$. a o( tbh) colw itto" on
tUm kbted, l tIe toaobg I the ne whwave And
only dAe. of tis May eceompiab.* tte =w dll the $ .%
Smeats.-New York Herald. A te w close. they heard
-- ath ttaA's cries
4MAOINARY ORtINANOS. "'Come on! Putt! Get down to Itt'
Little Mrs. risggs was almost In hh roared. dancing about wildly.
team, adM for a bride, that was a "'WR at's the matter ciati the
terrible condition. Yet as she sat in Prat officer to reach the collier aa14
Mrs. Gilbert's dusky, candle-lighted e l breathlessly.
library and posted out her grievances 'Why, nothing's the Iratter,' the
to a'klndly listener, it was so hrJd cr.itain answered,. In a surprised voice.
to flhbt thenm back. "At the faculty "'Then why's your ensign upside
"tceloen she would hardly speak to down?'
vie, "The captain looked aloft, then
"And I know Miss Edgerly dislikes frow.nId.
me theft!h I must say she talked "'Ik's that boy ank agalan, said
enough to Mr. mritgs. And some f he 'And here 1 though it wo& a re
'lie women avea't called yet, and, 0 gutta.' "-WasbtUaon Star.
dear, you can't tell how horrid It is -
,o be a stranger nl a little, compa'.t FRISKY LEARNI A I,1S80NO
college towd like this, where you all I baMy a very cute little kitten,
have your own settled interests and w tWoe some la Frisky. Frisky is
friends, and where a newcomer al. a good kitten, but he has one fault,
ways feels that she's what the stu. and that is meddling.
deas call a 'buttinsky' It she tries One day my another made some Jellyp
t& do the least little thing. And I and, after putting it In the glasses
know a lt of them can't bear me!" she put it on the pantry shelf to
she ended fet'vettly. if Illogicatly. cool. After It had been there about
"Buh tE ae are eirly days to }indge, ten minutes along came Frisky apd
dear eMM/' put in Mrs. Gilbert;| Jurped up on the hbelf and wealt up
mildly. "And remember that I knew to th? Jelly. At first 3 just smelt,
add felt, too, the same little petty of it, and then. I suppose, wanted t6
slihgs that are hurting you how. I see *what It tasted like, so he put his
wap a bride then myself, In a new nose Into It. Just at that moment I
community, a strange environment. hePd the most awful crying and at-
That's why I don't tell you that you ter running downstairs quickly, to my
are foolish-I know, you see-but surprise I found Frisky trying in
thaN's just why I want you to learn vain to get the hot jelly off his nose.
from my experience Few of us e-ver When at first I tried to pick him up
rise to immediate and universal popb he scratched and lit, but after much
ularity. Besides, people can't dislike difficulty I succeeded in getting the
you. You yourself have just said that jelly off. This little Incident has
they don't even know you yet." tau.- t Prisky a lesson, and since
"Well, anyway," little Mrs. Briggs then he ha mindd d his own affairs.-
flashed back, "Carol Edgerly's having' Ajfnes Nichols, in the New York
a tea. for all the new people, too, Tribune.
and she hasn't asked us, and I think
-" CITIES WHICH ADVERTISE.


It takes considerable courage for a
doctor to deliberately prescribe only
food for a despairing patient, Instead
of resorting to the usual list of medl-
claes.
There are some truly scientific phy.
slelans among the present generation
who recognize and treat conditions as
they are and should be treated re-
gardless of the value to their pockets.
Here's an Instance:
"Four years ago I was taken with
severe gastritis and nothing would
stay on my stomach, so that I was on
the verge of starvation.
"I heard of a doctor who had a
summer cottage near me-a specialist
from N. Y., and as a last hope, sent
for him.
"After he examined me carefully
he advised me to try a small quantity
of Grape-Nuts at first, then as my
ptomaoh became stronger to eat more.
"I kept at it and gradually got so I
could eat and digest three teoipoon-
fuls. Then I began to have color in
my face, memory became clear, where
before everything seemed a blank.
My limbs got stronger and I could
walk. So I steadily recovered.
"Now after a year on Grape-Nuts
I weigh 158 lbs. My people were
surprised at the way I grew fleshy
and strong on this food."
Read the little book, "The Road to
Weliville," in pkgs.
"There's a Reason."
Ever reed the above lette? A new
0ae appore f time to time. The
as i-, tm ad fut ht mM


JAPANRK MUSHROOM GROWING

Attention Pa4d to Pr araftlen of the
Boil-The Mtn in .,
The Japanee have aq i e reS
method of growing a, kid, of. ayph
sie. know a a the wood m0uasroom.
a6rlfus, shltako.
This *speles, which is mseli 0ased
as & food n Japan. Is related to. the
so-ealled bobmy fungus, a specie
very destructive to the roots of tb64
and woody plants. This latter ape
*ole. It may be noted, is one of the.
muses of phosphorescenace t doeay-
lag wood.
The Japanese method of growing,
their mushroom seeais to conslet ean
tirely In preparing the ground fbi
It. A coppice of red oak, beech or,
obestaut of some twenty years
growth is cut down just after the fall
of the leaf. The wood is then left
lytng for 100 days. rt is thea cut
lato lengths of three or four feet and
the lop are lacerated' with large,
pruning knives. Spores settle on the
wounded parts and the mycelium of
the fungus spreads through the tie
@u% of the wood
Next year a crop of mushrooms
springs up 'The production of mudh-
rooms may go on for Sis years but
lbe main crop Is gathered the secod
year. The attempt Is now beds
made to cultivate the wood mush-
room Io Germany in the Japanese
manner -Londo OGlobe.

CAREFUL DOCTOR
Proscribed Chinwe of Food intead
of Drugs.


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wout common bleui ,
friends that bher our way.
Jy for them to labor,
sweet for them to pray.


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Ah4^thoh tgysarettllag
We th for e serrows
Our human berts have known.
-Chrisutian Herald.


~
Mary Acker sat uu the foot of the who shared her wo
bed, her bank-book on her knee, a counter had been una
pencil between her fingers, and a different had been he
frown on her low, broad brow. new life in Boston, w
"Twenty-nine from seventy-five of the wishes of her
leaves forty-six," she murmured to Jim Coleman, who
herself. "Even then It won't be so avowed suitor ever st
very much. The silk in that waist Is ried her books to the
worse than a second, and the hat she had turned her b
looks as though it came off a bargain Village and her face t
counter-which it did."
The frown deepened and the pencil WMOLL G
made uncertain, imaginary lines in WHO'LL C
midair.
"Oh, dear, what's the use of living
In a city and being nobody-because
it takes a million to be somebody?"
She lung down the pencil and the
book, marched over to the bureau,
and resting the palm of her hands on
its top, she studied the reflection in
the mirror. Yes, she was pretty!
And she didn't need a mirror to tell
her so. The admiring glances of men
who passed her on the street and the
outspoken admiration or unveiled
jealousy of the girls In the store
where she clerked had told her this
every day since she had come to town.
And with a certain sense of satisfa.c-
tion she realized further that she was
a very different girl from the fright-
ened country lassie who had started
In as a wrapper at Blank & Dash's
department store two years back.
It had been a hard struggle. She
had lived at first at a working girls' She was going to so
home. but as her salary had been golng to be one of
gradually raised she had gone to a maids that she had re
mtre attractive boarding-house. Still would be a part of t
she realized more and more each day action of the great cit
that she was a mere atom In this eity day, she realized for
life. She had made a few acquaint- that she had an oppo
saces at the church where she had part in the giitteq'ing &
I had received an Invita
__ ~old Goldman, who sol


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r picture of the
hen, In defiance
family, and of
had been her
nee he had car-
, district school,
back on Newton
toward Boston.


MsI was a sathea;s e od316 M ar64
I. se aeptode promptly. Them
eb wet upstairs to tte tt depart*
mest with the firm intention of put.
ahasi p the "glad rags" to whloh
Goldman had referred. Still, night
found her with the raiment unpur-
chased.
"It Is so cheap," she sighed to her-


self, as she thought of the factory-
made silk gown and the ready-to-wear
hat at which she had looked.
Another thing that bothered her
was the fact that she could not forget
the Imitation jewelry Goldman wore,
and a certain obnoxious brilliancy
that she had noted at times in his
eyes. His conversation, too, was not
the sort Mary had been accustomed to
In her social life at home. It was the
jargon of the city shops, of the girls
she did not like. She did not so much
object to drawing her savings from
the bank to buy the clothes as she did
object to wearing them. Something
within her cried out against mock
finery.
She was still debating the question


rT THE THANKSGIVING DimNjK ?


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those bachelor
ad about. She
he picture and
y, and now, to-
the first time
rtunlty to take
ide of life. She
tion from Har-
4 the firm but-


tons and buckles. It was at this coun-
ter that Mary worked, and young
Goldman had been attractedd to her
from the first, but for some reason
which the girl could not expaihn she
had gently parried hise invitation.
This morntng, however, he had
touched the right cord and she had
responded. He had been folding up
bis samples and stopped suddenly. t
"flee, but I dread the day after to,
morrow! Holidays in town are al-
ways lonesome It you don't know a
lot of people.*
Mary nodded her head; she had
been dreading Thanksgiting Day.
"I tell you what," continued Gold:
man, Nlet's celebrate, together. You
paut on your glad rags an4 we'll go to
the -.--." (4 fashiosable afe for
the Bohemian a"d thetrical set).
Jut fr a alasute Mry's eyes
4 She veatlt iaat. the girls
eht wee a m9M e with
awy. The momthi la Puritas
'Pr!qiW ldo A hesI diaper


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when a knock sounded at her door.
The maid handed her a bulky express
package addressed in her father'b
stiff, Irregular handwriting. Mary
ripped the cords and an exclamation,
halt laughing, half tearful, escaped
her lips. Pies and cakes there were,
home-made cheese, nuts and ears of
popcorn, raised on the farm. She
read the note with brimming eyes:
"Dear Daughter-I reckon you can
get pies In Boston, but not the kind
your mother makes. We are sending
you this, thinking perhaps you might
give some of your girl friends a treat
on Thanksgiving night, and wishing
you could spare the money to come
home for the Thanksgiving dinner.
Maybe another year you can do so.
Of course we know it coats you an:
awful lot to live in town, and things
have not gone very well on the farm
this year, so we can't afford to send
you the money. We'll be thinking of
you, though, on Thanksgiving Day.
"Your affectionate father,
"OPHN ACKER."
Mary read the letter through twice.
Girl friend She had none. She
hardly knew the people In the house
where she boarded. She thought of
the seventy-.ve dollars in the bank.
What haW she been having it for? To
buwr Se j lothes wheo she became part
of the e4ty Ufq; and how far would
sevetty-4 dollar soT ? he as*ed

sm of se .d ~seemed to.e*
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a Thanksgivings dint~-. S would
she be singing with & Agter tar
away from her in a stv 1terome
city? No, they #IdM L e her
as being lonesome; O Asie was
having a very good time, tr Mary
had always kept up apperaIets \n
her letters. And thenou she happened
to see the postscript on the' bac of
her father's note:
SJim Coleman bought Deacon Wil-
son's store at the Corners. He's fx-
ing it up In good shape, and they say
that Myra Wilson's going to stay and
clerk for him."
Just how it happened Mary could
never tell, but suddenly the picture
of Goldman, the salesman In his
mock jewelry, camera before her and
offended her mental vision.
It was 4 o'clock the next day be-
fore she thought of him again, she
had been so busy with her prepara-
tions to leave town. Now she hurried
to the telephone.
"Oh, Mr. Goldman," she exclaimed
as she heard his voice at the other
end of the wire, "I am going home for
Thanksgiving, so I can't take dinner
with you to-morrow night."
"Well, you're a wonder,' In dis-
gusted accents, "to throw a fellow
down like this at the last minute.
You're a peacherino, that's what you
are."
The rebuke fell on heedless ears.
Mary's next visit was to the tele.
graph office. She wrote three mes-
sages and tore them up. The final
one said: "James Coleman, Newton
Village: Send word to mother I'll
be home for Thanksgiving and al-
ways."
"Myra Wilson, indeed," she mur-
mured, as she made her way to the
superintendent's desk to hand in her
resignation. "I guess I can give her
pointers on clerking."
S *
The train slowed up at Newton
Village. As she sprang from the
steps of the car the figure she was
looking for loomed up in the keen
November twilight
"Oh, Jim!" was all she said, but the
man understood, and as he tucked
her into the sleigh he looked straight
into her eyes.
"I reckoned if anything would
bring you back Thanksgiving would."
She bent forward so that he could
hardly catch the words:
"But It wasn't Thanksgiving Day,
Jim, it was-you."-McCall's Maga-
zine.

Be Perennially Grateful.
No one can observe Thanksgiving
Day as it should be observed unless
he has been grateful through the
three hundred and sixty-five days of
the year before it. And no one has
rightly observed Thanksgiving Day
unless he has gained an impulse for
gratitude through the three hundred
and sixty-five days ahead of him.-
Russell Bewall.


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smile and a word sheer.
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Some alleged thoughtless aets have
been carefully thought out.
Don't n4atet tha eough that rweks your
t nd lad to somhi nous.
Alen's Luas MM will effetualy cheek it.
There Is always excuse for the man
who thinks he's right.
Distemper
In all itsform among all saq of horses
aM dos, cued and others m the same
table prevented from having the dile.
with Spohn's Istmper Oure. Very bot-
tle guaranteed. Ov 100,.000 bottle. sold
last year. Oc. and $1.00. Good drunist.,
S~end to manufacturers, Agenta wanted.
Write for free hook. bpohn Med. Qo.,
Spee. Contagious D ceases, Goshem, In.
True gratitude fnds no earthly lan-
guage adequate.
Camtnaftlo ame s and agravates many
w6 l It is therghly wcred by
P e' Plesanat PeUets. Thekvorite
famir slanative.
Do good today and better tomor-
row.
The net time you feel that swallwin
sentti, the Muire a of ore throat.
arf Hamlhu Werd U n tely
with three part water. t wl ave you
days and perhaps weeks of maOry.
The promise readily given Is quick-
est broken.
Perry Davis' Pbinkiller ha. no ube.l iatut.
No other reusedy i so efctive for rh@0j
tio, lumbago, tiffun, unuralgia or N.
The heaviest part of the load la
overcome by a willing spirit.
Per OOLDS sad 01lP.

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When a fellow buys
it frequently happens
thinx he runs Into is


am automobile
that the, frst
debt.


Itch cured ina 30 m.utem by Woolford's
Banitary Lotion. Never fails. At druggists.
Worlofs Highest Telephone.
The big-hest telephone line to the
world, to the Queen Margherlta. Ob
pervatory on Monte Rosa, over 156,000
test high, has just been completed.
and Professor Moseo will now be able
to commnuniate with the Queen to
Rame. The observatory and the tele
phone line, whkrh have been con
strueted at the expense of the Queen.
took six years to complete Over
several strethuas the telephone posts
have been Imbedded toin lee. and the
wires atreteh over the Col d'Oles
(10.000 feet) to the observatory., i
wbkdh Professor Moasso spends the
greater part of the year. The now
line will be of great help to Alprl
lat* on Mnnte Rnaa-London FP


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'Ulak or green tea., Mrs. RafoT
"bShre O(Wve been reading' that pink
tay Is all the go. 01 think Ol'll be
after trying some of that'-Judge.


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m flWhIfskey, D, tearettes id To acco Hbit
Ale. THEN A or NER VE EXHAUSTION.
THE ONLY K aIVLY INTITUTC IN eORGIA.
see WOODWARD ATUvUe. ATLANTA, *A.


When Cold Winds. Blow
When cold winds blow, biting
frost is in the air, and back-
draughts down thechimney deaden
the r, then the

PERFECTION

Oil Heater
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
shows its sure heating power by
steadily supplying just the heat
that is needed for comfort. U
The Perfection Oil Heater is unaffect-
ed by weather conditions. It never falls.
No smoke-no smell just a genial,
satisfying heat. The new
Automatic
Smokeless Device
prevents the wick being turned too
Igh. Removed in an Instant.
Solid brass font holds 4 quarts of oil-sufliclent to give owit a glow-
ing heat for 9 hours-solid brass wick carriers--daumper top-cool han-
dle-oil indicator.
Heater beautifully finished in nickel or Japan In a variety of styles.
Ivory Dealer Everywhere. If Not At Yurs. Write f or Dew.rlptive Circular
to the Nears t Agv..ey of the
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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FACTORY RE-BUILT AND SECOND-HAND

TYPEWRITERS
Of all "STANDARD" Makes, at Pries from $12B0 and up.
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PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
I~e moe oisbrihte sd tase slo. ShaBay @ r dya. One IW paka-ecolor ns &Iiere. They dye In 0o14 w&4W b.4tevtba&" u ay oWer dye. Von
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YMi s to develop the sMeeeee of
e*lemey that it wmd be polble
to paodist w4th ems meeure of ree'
sqeae enwomaey the time aad leeal.
ity of the oecurremee ot earth quakee.
Newly twenty years ago Japan or-
easiled a odemittee to Investigate
the posIblllty of asch predletions,
Oad sloIe that time otber countries
have coedeted Inquiries and engag-
ed tI international effort to the same
gOeral eads. Very little progress
hM bees made. as witness the ap.
falig eosmddenness of some of the
-t rese t sad terrible of the via.
tatloess. tut it must not be conclude.
ed that solence has abandoned the
study or Is weakened In Its faith that
some process will yet be made.-
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w it I M th. wa used b5
aen Wp eWle. and th
i ti b er aEl u 6 most os -
e0pled ,ty the IItW etaO er.
Sut at the trio of cradles are
handsome of sleep for the roy-
al babe, -heir get-top doe- not put in
So shade the cradle eZhibited at the
PulMs E1xbl ton of. IO0. This was
i one used by Napoleon II, and was
K deIgned by M. Prud'hon, its total cost
belag 240. But there is t be seen
In the Prenach capital a still more
kistoric oradJe--the one occupied by
the llin fated Prince Imperial. It is In
Ioeewopd, with od silver and bronze
uumneta#Jon. At the head tis a
Statu, in old sliver, of the City of
*ar*S, howltI over the pillow an im-
per.4l crown in glided bronse. The
1liew is of white atin, with the gold
embroldered letter ."N" thereon. This
nftaent's bed was presented to Paris
by the ezx- preme Eugenie, and it
was originally given to her by the
people of the same city.
flte cradle, too, which Rome pro-
seated to the King and Queen of Italy,
oa the occasion of the birth of their
fret child, was a magnificent work
of art. The supports of the cradle
uSorer are In gilded bronase, the cra-
die ttHelf being in silver. At the head
Is a column ornamented with Roman.
trophies, surmounted 'by a figure of
Rome, with a crown In her hand,
while on the inside Is the wolf of
S. CapitoL Opposite at the f9ot, is
a female fagure the eoluas of the
Boue of 8avoy, ,the wing distended
aO tough to protect the child, add
eaplag in ber hands the arms of
@H house of Savoy and MoStenero.
P Isq of RAane is over eight
a in heiglh betg upheld by fo r
a, which are connected by thl
Sof twelve distrots of Romaw
A more intereting cradle to
* itiM pple- was the one siown at
SIletloaal Bxhibltlia of 1851-
It w.a the royal erdle prepared
Vae of the latant Prince of
S(Ow ZNward Vl). It is of
Stwo est wide and two feet
M M lahes los, the desim being
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rfeevod It joyfullyo TM s5M Is a
*saoauti3m mmylow* iece d t.
seblb, Amtesoo-feeth bNouldo o
scmwhbat n ,s" evr4OT Iittw
%,"muaMto, w'towd Of** ""'Ofs0of-t
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pqelte, As woe* to a Londoan rm
hau a 4raM ma& a m 0eost, it
is iala, of a leess tan 41m000 (W-
000) Not 1ig afr tse iwc41 0W"
delivered Its owner's speolations
went awry, and when he abd to letb*
his I*asion through the lipprtaUty
of his crqeltora. the cradle jboempaP*
led Ibs wife Into apartments. As Ao
pwrokaser was torthbomltg to buy the
cradle intact, it w*. broken ut, the
resulting gol 4 ana gems rplsting
nearly half of its original cose It
became a steadlng joke ai the city
that the fallen. fnancier was literally
living on the cradle.


COST OF CARAVANINLG.
Pew But tOa 141, RI CG ANIerd
It as an Amusement.
The Caravan Club of Great Britain
end. Ireland ha iJust held Its second
met. According to the secretary of
the club it is, as a rule, rich people
who take to caray4alng at least to
caravanlag for amusement. A. reomt
addition to the membership is a. wem-
en who said she has eight mc tor
cars. She was tired qf rushing about
and wished to try ambling for a time.
It is natural that caravaalIg should
attract well off rather thaa 111 oi
people, for however great economy is
practiced there must always be the
Initial cost of a van (whilo I st all
not less than 0 to 80, without
fttlngs and futrlshings), the hire and
keep of a horse, besides food, which
can ofte be bought fromI tarnabousesO
and need not of course be be at all rela
tively expensive.
If the horse is stabled there are
tips to rooms. Some one who had
spent many week ends caravaniag see
timtaed that for three or four peraWas
the cost of am we&. end worked out
at about 1. per day, everything In
cloded, but teat carava~lng for seV-
eral weeks or a month or two worked
out* more oheaply.
An ezoellet blan for one thinWa1g
of taking up earavaang weald be to
buy a van second. bad. which asy
Sbe doe, 'mhere was a
ey *Aed up oe at the et
teh ar for sate seoaW han- fyr
675. It had a stove or rasp a"
all sorts of convelesoe s oetrwth
amoe for carrylag an su
little spa and could not have ben
built for lees than smveal hadred
pounds.
To to be able to suppVy ea rIte 1 a
formation to members efae o1h'as
ee Au,-- f. f" tf.to,
dUee etosatles the loub wrelary
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WTlk u4 s ardiaes today awout tve
I The final et the. dp wa u.a*
folded this wheaoom n a elM
Hutongpoa arrived her. fro, 4
Bee Pt 1 c"m9 with there bodle o
tw eeid h82 he f a4 t la thme
Ten a ae aantjy road about five
miles from. here. The heat of one
of them had been clawed terribly
rad the throat o tbs. otbi. ha4 be"a
torn open.
That they both met their death at
the hand of the at there al be Bo
doubt. B ot he0w ee Uaea to aew
pateh them *without e=et sostal-
in* s4ous I ijsy is a compete um
teoy wich Jean tu r te
41o0Wto Moutaln bee fancier decent
attempt to unraveL-mien~abP Jouit
naL

A Curs Por Tramp%.
The Mayor of a rural perish ts
Wastphal~a apers to ha d eqov
ere& a soverenIt remedy tu the
tramLp nudeawe. He began by at
tacking to the local a, e e a
night elter where te hbmneleIps
wa*Owers could seek eptage. e
net peeted notices rpat. the t4w
askiag the inubetaer tt rfaues ales
to salsg gedlent, a s at4 the
ame time ,p ed other astoeBO a
pro-aleat pieces on the oultfete Of
the tow n Informing tea It
oupeed *at a hL d 4 foq
be ha aith.e ahier in s Bsaan
for a few bhors' work. The esperi
eagt. be beeI a eL nle. sasqu
The awmber of trams A* the d4tret
has coasersbly de*reaed, eand l
by being given agrees u ral we to
d at :* shelter have Iernee te eaMs
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that reftg rly Pelts at retail stores for $7.9n. Dostom teehe
b eat and brek with French ruMe at top. ModeofMOak
Saished gr. man nnd highlIy polslhel. Mahogany Butsit f
desired. Yon cai s..ve lots of money by buying dgl
lnr Uite Ierwy that hmls utiimber iit big Ihi, makes mgo"
bd hi anid sells thesti riglt here In the South to y
WI UqAot-4aving you heavy freight charges and retailers'
profits. Or big free estatlige shows over so different
kinds of chairs for parlor, dining room, kitchen, perch,
I lawn, store, office-all ties and styles-all at lowest bar.
I ganl prices. Every chair guaranteed exactly an repre*
*ented or your money back. You take no risk what
ever. Mail postal to-day for Catalogue and special
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in season.
| Eyv.ery farm should have some. qWe have the right
varieties, the right trees. They Growl They Bearl
I They are Griffing's Qpality They are Goodl They
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Leryth; ng in Machinery Anrd Mill Supplies cae.ed ie stock here.
We haW the Jargest and most com.
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BHBRANCH 9SK .' OUR OWN OFFICE C RKICORD
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That you are perfectly satisfied with the whiskey you are now using.
We think you will be better satisfied with
ECHO SPRING CANE SPRING
TM, Se"th.- t'aveeN Df. 5ol4ted sm Bond
f r at 4P 1 L. 12 pl.
S. eCHO SPRING .... $4.00 $5.0( $7.00 $12.00
CAN RING .......... .5o.00 7.00 12.00
OUR SPECIAL BRANDS
WE OWARANTEEI rFLL M.ASUMJE.
SPer AL 4 QIs. 6 ts. Il QL. Os. 48 alufP.
R.D LAE..L .... $2. o $2.60 ..0 O $7.60 $7.?6 $7.60
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-i It may seem, the pre-
nhUhsces at work among
.Sw battles are those borrowed
*tl Rabbloas of the olshteen
tits and eishtles, says Mrs.
LB. Slcox in The Delineator.
y curiouss" because there could
be an uglier, more Impossl*-
priod for the designer to draw
that those awful eighties. You
ber the Wttle tight-fitting, natr
*# 1heetoed basques, the bouffante
raperia over the hips, tho scant
mIDs4arrts and the foolish bits of
tes and ribbon, of fringe and bead-
Work, that passed for true elegance
a tbee unenlightened days.
Tet with all their flagrant dire.
gard of the laws of simplicity and
iTatraint and beauty they have fur-
alnished us with the basis for some
, really lovely things. The fishwift
skirt and the laveuse tunic, which
j were truly terrible when hips were
huge and walsts were wasplike, are
positively charming In combination
with the present silhouette. The
overskirt is caught up across the
front and allowed to trail downward
toward the back quite as It used to
do g0 years ago. The underskirt
is generally plaited, but Instead of
the formidable array of organ-pipe
plaits that used to delight the eye
of our mothers and grandmothers we
content ourselves with a simple kilt
ed skirt that falls In straight, fiat
lines around the feet.
I saw a great many on the other
side with the underskirt of one ma-
terial and the fishwife tunic of an-
other. They are especially good for
the semi-dressy trotteur-a street
toilet that can be worn between sea.
sons without a wrap. It is a youth-
ful-looking style, and one that prom-
ises to have an Immense vogue.
Abroad they are being made In serge,
in bt eline-another name for whip-
cord-in a new diagonal worsted that
is known as Alma Victoria, in wool
orepe, filette and cashmere. The
retraouses tunic, as it Is called, Is
really a welcome innovation among
the gowns of the serge category, for
-the plain narrow skirt in a heavy
material has rather the effect of a
blanket on women who have succeed-
ed in eliminating their hips.


PULLING TOGETHER.
A period of business depression or
failure, the loss of position or other
reverses, the cutting down of income
and the many dangerous sequels to
this dire disease, may bring the hus-
band and wife face to face with a
4o-antal crisis. It is the entrance to
a time of stringency, strain and sac-
rnice, with no exit made visible even
by the telescope of optimism.
It means a .reconstruction of the
bome regime on slege lines; there
is a reclassifying of household ex-
peases, and many of the luxuries are
quietly removed from consideration,
M a many of the old necessities are
promoted to the luxury class. Pinan-
a arises from a more science to Se
dignity of an art, and every dollar
a b to work overtime and do the duty
S f two or three.
afIng restrictions take the place
S the old freedom, wants grow im-
s and insistent, and a new at-
Slls the home. It is a sit-
l ar nlrg slow, careful watch-
as that of a sea captain,
os the bridge of an ocean
Oed directing the snail-like
at his ship under slow steama
a h* vy tog.
ip danger of fretting, blame,
piatest and leak of sym-
t o Pait of the wife, met
to coldaWea, croasnes,
g opeeansONs, sulks,
40 r oa the side of the
Seadittion are dark-
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sla o- Wre the two sheouM pall toW
gther. You eonot move ed sda
a boat properly with oe oar; It re*
quires the two oB oppoate side to
move In haraony.-Dellasator.
THn CHiAMING WOM I.


One must be unconasous of oi
In order to be considered charmlan
Following the Golden Rule eadtled
a woman to be called change, t he
must be good, or she cannot be
charming, not on a lg acquaintance.
That is, where there is a laak of
sincerity, it is easily discovered, per.
haps not in the course of a .few vi.-
Its, but later on.
There is a difference anthe true
and the false ring of a ooun. Think
not to deceive. It s laImpossible. All
hezert an Infuence for god or evil
upon those they come aIn contact with,
Why not let It be t-hs former? It
is much the happier way. A pleao-
ant Impression never works barm to
anyone, and llngers In the mind as
long as the memory of the person
lasts.
A charming woman takes a broad
view of life. She cannot be narrow.
She wounds not her friends with un-
kind words. If she chides, it Is with
4 gentle manner.
To deserve to be called a charm.
Ing woman, one must be charming
to women as well as to men, other.
wise the charm would be a very one-
sided thing, so to speak. It is easy
to charm a man in many cases, not
so easy a woman.
Is there a woman so unfortunate
ad not to be charming to someone?
-New Haven Register.


BRAVE ON HORSEBACK.
The Crown Princess of Roumania
is one of the best horsewomen In
Europe, and it was her skill and
nerve in the saddle which brought
her out of a dramatic Otuation In
safety A heavy thunderstorm over-
took her when she was a.dOng la the
mountlIns, end her horse bolted. 1e
was unable to pull up the animal
and she stuck to the, saddle in (he
hope It would run Itse'f out, but tho
horse took tho Principis straight for
a precipice. Wt.vn only twenty feet
from the edge she thsew hersltf from
the saddle and land ? with slight
Injury on her hands and knees. The
horse went over and was dashed to
death in a fall of several hundred
feet. The Princess is thu favorite
niece of King Edward of Eungand.
She was the daughter of the Duke
of Saxe-Coburg, who gave up his
English title of Duke of dinburgh
to become a German subject. The
Princess collects scent bottles and
vinagrettes. She also has a talent
for business, as she personally con-
ducts the largest quill toothpick fac-
tory In the world,-New .York Press.
WHY SH HOOK HIM.
She had met the young man In the
country on a farm and taken quite
a liking to him. When he came to
town he called on her and took her
out to dine, whereupon she promptly
shook him, much to the surprise of
her trMeads, who had heard her speak
of him In terms of such praise that
they almost heard the chimes of the
wedding bells. ,1
"He was so dressed," she walled
in explanation. 'o dressed that I
couldn't think of anything any more
but what he had on. His dress salt
glittered with newness, so did his
shoes, so did his hat, and hbe waat
based to them He wore white gloves
that looked so large somehow, and
thea when he carefully took bl hWa&d
kerchief, well folded in Just so maa
eaaas, from hisa pookes, unoladd It
lust one told exactly, so more, wiped
his math eo It, thee lolds It bmak
careful as oud be la theo ordltal
square and put It baek I his gooketa
igain, why, I eouldt ataid lit I
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war **e hsi den empl oe *ol
ple or not," ashA explaiftet. "It she
perches berastlf on tha edge of the
chair *bshe has been employed only
by families not used 4o opd living,
but if she site as ay lady would shabe
has awnd people who lved well, and
eonm q-t1y will kow .what 18 ret
qlro of br."-ew TYork AttUr,
A STAGB EPTSODB.
Whu Mrs.. DBelamy was acting
Allda tin "Jane sbore" the Ktlg was
present UamonMg th audeftce. Appar-
etly the play wab not to potent as
the wim ls majesty bad taken at
dinner, for he fell asleep, greatly to
Mrs. Bellamy's annoyance, tor she-
drew near to his box and with a most
vltodt zeartion of voice which the
part admitted of, cried out, "Oh, thou
falus lord" and woke the King-and
thus like Macbeth she murdered
sleep and revenged herself on his
majesty.-From Annals of Convent
Gaiden Theatre.


THE ENGLISH HUSBAND.
Mrs. Harding, testifying in a Lonr
don court against her Ron, said he
had been a brute to 'her since his
boyhood. "In fact," she said, "a hus-
band could not have treated mo
wors."-Kansas City Times.


FASHION NOTES.
Sleeves are now tight-fitting only
at the wrist
Figured goods snow signs of pop-
ularity.
Blender girls still sling to the
charming empire style.
As coats grow longer, skirts, for
some reason, grow shorter.
New Paris gowns show a revival of
the puff at the sleeve elbow.
There seems to be a revival of.
colored linings for sheer gowns.
Heavy corded moire is a material
that will be much seen this season.
Spotted foulard Is being used for
the .lining of motor coats.
New models are expected to show
all kinds of plaiting and shirrings.
BeagaQjne and moire promise to be
great favorites In costuming.
The lengthening of the waist Is
now definite and an accepted edict
of fashion.
An Innovation of the season Is the
use of mousseline ruching to finish
silk gowns.
Loves are to be In black, tan, white
and gray and no other colors.
Foulards will figure generously In
the making of house dresses.
Cloaks of the moment are very
much on the same lines as those of
fifty years ago.
Plaited skirts made with yoke ef-
feet will be popular, In some models
the yoke extends only across the

One of the tansies is a black hat
trimmed with a wreath of green, ao-
oompanted by a feather boa of foll.
age green shade.
SItMs are showing plaits as one of
their salient features, not only the
skirts being plaited but the coats as
well.
Jewelry Is being worn In great
proatsion with day-time toilettes,
neeklaces, brooches, long chains and
earrings being fashionable.
One way to utilise beautiful pieces
of real low* upon an afternoon toll-
ette is to employ It as undersleeves,
drawn Into the uaff at the wrists


Swaden' POea
Acoordint to the latest statistlos,
the total peat bas of Sweden wouk
go apible of poducing, 10,000,000r
O00 teas of alr4drld pet, suitable
tor fuel. This quantity, as easopas
ed with the,prseant import of coal,
would be suclent for a period of fM-
taes hudred years Moro exact e*.
miaatUcm of the g4olo9e0al char
toT of the peat bose will soon b0
sautad by the @weadlb Geolsogscl
Soeety.


JOHN IL. MARSHAILtL

Atsmey At L&a%

Front Stee, etha, Pbo I&. .g
*w for w"I-- 6


DR. W, H. ROSMNMtSR
DENTIST. .

Ofll* Over the Kenredy.

HENRY STRUNZ,


Attorney At Law,


Front Street,


PALATUKA, FLA..


National Sank SelMdlai

DR. H. R. 88TE8


DENTIST.


, PALATKA,


- FLORIDA.


Moragne Buildings,' Rooms 8 and 4.-

E. E. HASKELL,

Attorney At Law,

"PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H. CYRUS,

Physician and Surgeon,

PALATKA, FLA.
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MERRIDAY A WALTON,


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COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,


PALATKA, FLA.


Front St.


Palatka Nat. IBaik Bldg.


M. I. COXE,


Attorney At Law,


Offie in Court House, Palatka, Fla.
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J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.


Ole Font Stret Opposite Pttnam

PALATKA * .. FL RIbA


WOOL, HIDES,
AL0S FUR, TALLOW, MBaS WAX,
SHIP THE ABOVE .TO

M. Sabel & Sons,
Establish la
18t LOUISVIIL= KT.
"Over halt a Qentury la Loa Usvlle."
WE ARM DMAU= IN A"OVB, not
somissilon merchants. efare eAe
Any bank In Loaulille.
Writs for Weekly prise list.
Write for wool bag and ship ua
your wool


MISS KATE L. LUCOA,
PALATKA, FLORIDA, .
MILLINERY FANCY @Q00S,


Notions', ladles', mlaes' ad ail.
Iren's summer underwear.
Ladles' silk moves.
Laoes, mbroldar, soUar, bld sed
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A HALT ON SKIS TO TAKE IN THE VIEW OF ENGELBERG IN WIN-
TER GARB.


SThe. Whole Sclence of It.
Two women, walking along one of
the business thoroughfares of the
city, heard a great shouting of "Ex-
try, extry," and looked about to see
where all the noise was coming from.
Across the street they spied one
very small newsboy shouting with all
his might.
One of the women, attracting the
boy's attention, called him to her and
bought a paper; then, as she dropped
the pennies into the little fellow's
hand, she said:
"You mustn't make so much noise,
my little man; you can sell your pa-
pers Just as well without yelling so." i
For-half a second the boy looked
up at her in surprise,- then exclaimed:
"You don't understand, missus;
you've got to yell like the devil to
make a living in New York."-New
York Times.

Odd Musical Instrument.
Among the variety of odd musical
Instruments that have been recently
designed by musical Burbanks, one
of the strangest is that shown in the
I' illustration. This combination of'
horn and violin, the work of an Okla-
homa man, is capable of producing
* tones of the weirdest nature, and is
especiaHy effective in descriptive mu-
sic. It consists of a neck and bridge
like those of a violin, but the dia-
phragm is a little sound box leading
Into a huge horn. The instrument is
tucked under the chin like a violin
and played upon with a bow. but the


Produces Weird Tones.


gagods that emanate from the mouth
the horn would never be recog-
smid vas the notes of any member of
^-. tthe Addle family. In the numerous
asis al "stunts" which have been
ea on the vaudeville stage In recent
C 4iforena types of vioUn-horns
Mve been meek aIn evidence, and all
i, t of shifts have been resorted to
to: p l l e the mournful notes whleh
"w te sharacteristle of this lnstru-
--Bak ''_


New Kind of Trunk.
In recent years there has been such
a marked improvement-in trunks that
It is now possible to travel all over
the country and keep one's clothes in
as good shape as If hanging in the
wardrobe at home. Not so long ago
a traveler who could locate any one
article In his trunk without clawing


Trunk Always Upright.

the entire contents into chaos was a
man of unusual dexterity, and, at the
-end of a long journey, everything
was jammed in one corner. The com-
bination trunk designed by a New
York man is so constructed that it
will always stand on one end, the top
and sides having convex projections
which Insure this. The drawers of
this trunk are so pivoted that they
can be tilted to either a vertical or a
horizontal position. There is a gener.
ous number of drawers and flaps, and
the trunk is especially convenient for
the safe carriage of women's hats.
There are also hooks on which. suit
of clothing may be hung and kept al-
ways In an upright position.-Wash.
Ington Star.

Wary.
"Bensoate of soda doesn't burl
anybody."
"Perhaps not," answered the ulti.
mate consumer. "But I'm against
anything in the way of food matoria
that has a foreign sounding name. It's
sure to be expensive."-Washingtor
Star.

For tapping the pavement with hit
stick to let his sweetheart know wheo
he passed beneath her window, 1
lawyer's clerk was sentenced to tw(
days in Jail as a public nuisance li
London.

The average person does not ex
periense any sensation from an elec
trial current until the pressure
reaches about thirty-five volts.

Germany frowns on skyscrapers 01
anything approaching them. I


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throe Is no doubt in the mlads&
otsaists now as to the truth of the
theoy that pleats are sensitive to
ight and heat sad other extmnal
stimuli and that their responses to
teee "eases impreeslons are corn
Variable to the muscular contractions
seen In the lower animal forms.
The old fashioned sensitive plant
that wilts at a touch was the wonder
of our childhood. We may never
have noticed the droop that comes
over the locust's foliage as night
eaomes on, but this trait, noticeable
in the pod bearers, is by no means
confined to them.
The familiar red and white clover
are two plants that show their leaves
sensitive to the light. People who
have seen the golden Californals pop*
ples covering fields with a continuous
iheet of flame yellow in the middle-
( the day must hare noticed how
oe coor diminished with the tll.
lag light. A closer look shows t"
flowers drawn up like buds into a
pointed cone form by 'the overlap.


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I ket9d. Small plates of peap
(f t few seaeom ago N e ea e o
higt fiance today, nk eemitM hua
drda of thom s of dollars maul
not worth a tenth of tha M l
told ten ytrs ago.
The men of Hawaii who hve ere
ated opportunities for themsvee ee
ate opportuwties for others Alea'
der Young, the m ay time aliobI
aifr of ,Hoolulu, came to Hawaii a
poor man, worked hard, helped or,
ganise and conduct the Wonoluat a 'n
Works, which now makes saga ame,
chinery to be siMppe to every quar
ter of the globe, etirel from hard
labor and built as his monument a
hotel that is equal to any in appoint-
meot found nla London or New Tor
and with a root garden more op eo r
t san any on the Contianet. We Is coa-
t at that he has lost a million main.
training this public palace, for It Is
a credit to Alexander Young and to
IH nolulu, Its budding set new
pao and the bishapp was pnrtieasllfybui 'ti ste d
marble.
USEFUL TRIES OF FLORIDA.


ping of the petals. It is the attl-
tude of sleep. The leaves also are Great Variety Growing In the State
relaxed, their faces turned down. The -Durable Woods.
day posture is native, the night poe- Florida has perhaps more useful
ture passive. trues growing within her borders
The Warry English daisy Is one of than any other State In the Union
many fAower species which close In -- greater variety. Byt there is a
damp rather and when night comes general desire to Introduce more, as
on. the soap berry, the tallow tree and
Heliotrope is an old favorite to the eucalyptus.
garden. Its name has an Interest- An addition to the discussion of
ing o,'gin. Find it in the diction- the latter, a tree which is very val-
ary, arys a writer in Country Life unable because it has the unusual
in Anftrica, and see If it is earned quality of growing with great rapid.
by the plant's behavior as you find Ity yet furnishing a hard and dur-
It blooming in the garden bed or as able wood, Is furnished by a letter to
a potted plant. the editor of the Florlda Frut aad
The most amastng example of Produce News by B. X. Thotmpom
pleat movement that resembles In- of Avon Park, Mr. Thompson ays,
telligent activity Is soen in the Yen. In part. "uclytus trees were afrst
us's flytrap, whose leaves are called plated here about 194 an were
upon to help the roots In securing Injured by the great fteese but
food for the plant. The leaf blade sprouted and grew like the orange
Is divided Into two parts, a. long trees. A few eucalyptus trees plant.
basal portion, which does the or ed later have made such wbaderful'
dinary leaf duty, and a rounded end growth as to cause people to look'
portlop rimmed with spines, which is up, take notice and rubberneck to
specialised fqr the capture of flies see the lofty tops. The growth in
and other Insects. ten years is six feet around the body.
The tVo sides of the trap face "The seasoned wood is hard as
eaoh other like the opposite pages of hickory and posts show no decay In
an open book. TUh midrib is the the ground. The.llmbs, twi, leaves
hinge of the trap. Three spines are and seed cases make the very beet*
set aslant near the middle of each fuel. Our people are convinced of
half. and these are hinged to the the great value of eucalyptus aad
green pad so as to change their arm plaitin them up and down the
angle when the trap goes shut. avenues and toin the cemetery and will
fTou*A the face of the open trap sots plant them in forest form."
or one of the six spines with a pen- In Callorama some species of
ell tip or drop a grain of sand on it ecdalyptuas show greatest develop.
and the trap closes but it opens al. meat in low plao6s where rainwater
most at noce as if t realized the sat. stl had Wad swamps, Triv hot-
take. Let a fly brush the stiff splne toms. Q thougM they wil eadure
and the trap shuts, Impaling the n. W drou lt, e htg to a bulletin of
sect on them and fencing it in by the University of Cafora s. Their
the overlapping of the spines on the durability of the wood, according to
im. d other a taorltea, to due to as oil
The fly has room at first to strug- with wch er au tor s to an oild
Spoured out upon the victim the which s extractd for ommercial
w m a ta ...a w la. ad .- pOrpoe.-Florisa TImehaUn .
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nutritious substances of the body be.
some digest sand then abeorbat
Into the walls of the trap and thenmae
nte the Wole plant Now the tree
pems aad the reoa tes of the vie-
Ssoly are discarded. It usually
t ks a week or two for a lea to
0 oef san wsaect. E
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Vl t eeahouse are usually
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Month of Had Labr allowed by
One ond DInk.
In the groat Northwest history ha
been largely made by a aa ae I
unknown as yet so MsE aW sor.
the "maa with the sxeN" kowm
*verN day parleao oas the Iibir

Is the faU jte before later so#
it t e atea eM el the btseleso
*eae st out their toto temea
eA. eallmet eesape thy are uset
Wm the.' rsesabi.es 4b, to
dI 4M0 o aft w~lte's uo.i
the harvet &M
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eo0itlmoa of the ao md t 0me 9a
atBer. Light are oat every alght
at I oelock,
The cook, very Imporats person

b h0re0,pl imbt aid .er At

But It eal t great
the, blH e t the
day meal 'Is uauay gregare an'car.
red ot to whe tre t ae work*
Img, to asv tie. The cook bria
the' dmer pipag bot sad the men
sat t, stting as freshly felled log,
Oftes with the mtermeeter regis
teibg SI below Mero.
But it Is at the eve*aTg bieat when
the days work tois fPIhed that the
m area there they
talk aNd lau d themselves.
After the meal is over te go to
the bunk house and light their pipes,
sing sitgs and tell stories.
UI every camp is a general supply
store where the me may procure
the ocseseeaos of life. No liquor Is
4o0, as the rule against drinking is
iI wy eSoeeLd Oft t met., caving
the stimulant to which they are sc-
customed, drink patent medicines in
place of the forbidden whiskey.
In the average camp nearly every
nationality is represented. The
foreman will tell you that he likes
the Irish for bosses, the Germans,
Swedes and Finns for hard work,
while he finds the men of the South.
era nations, the French and Italians,
to6 light and erratic ltr the heavy
work, besides being too quarrelsome,
interfering with the discipline of
camp life.
Four4fths of 1Ae men employed
in lumber camp4 are Intemperate, It
Is sarP. The song enforced abstin-
ence fn the winter but aggravates
their raving for liquor, ad Into the
spring when they are released from
the d'selpline of camp life they bur-
ry to the nearest town with their
earigts. What happens then is oft
ten a very short story, sometimes a
bitterly tragic one.


Big Head.
"At TYale university there is a skull
of a prehistoric animal which mess.
ee nine feet long and six feet
broad," said the man with the blue
bat bead.
"Oh. well," replied the other, weea
ag a crimson hat band, "that's not
the only thine nl Yale with a big
head.
The Averdupols Complcation.
A MkciMan Judge has ruled that a
man may spank his wife when it is
necessary. Did his honor take into
oomsiderdatSo 115-pound men who
have 115-pound wives-Los Angeles

Found.
rM Kancker-What are the sfx
btet salleefs
MrS. ooker-The letters your has.
bald writes you while you are away
In the summer.-4New York Timea.
lamet ts e *. Ne York Would:
tSueide pests of youxa lovers and
MMurde prompted by disappolntmeat
Ito love thow a further air of mta
tery chesbt the ,eeun ""Why -e

A- Aetise of Habber, Peter
LOaeras dameamtrated the fat that

sad to an pata Mof Or""es.
Muwe wie s epreel Wall.
eew, edml the New TYek Weo
Pf. t 6 oW -BANoy be
Is 4, ld pe as thlOe gathaed
v 4 iof a mwly r" drMO barker.
cheatee V!3el Marker of Dosteg.
1aW hW the ti Ao eriesa oha.
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To se tk of Comets sG vel 6
Sorenm from TampIt o br w of.


master and pogsl erdo K, o all
o00u0y the am. war% t A.
amee the a lu elleat the pai b
The express messenger was c s
with his head upon the sack as dws
the most dlfoa ult of the th to
awaken.
When It wI found tatl boy waft
not drunk examination of the-,Ow


In Containing opium. The sack wai
sealed by the authorities on Bw t pTex-
as sideof the rter and was thrown
e rtleesly into a corner aof t oce
room. it will from now e, however,
be stored in the yard until I is die-
posed of through the usual ethods
--Mexican Hemd.
Don't Tell the Butterolfee.
We commend to the bookkeeper of
the Illinois river valley the discharge
of a plain duty.i The early raia, we
are told, followed by the long dry
spell of the closing summer, took the
nectar out of the clover and powers
from which honey Is made. As a re
suit the unfortunate little bees nmow
are facing a bhrd winter with aofie
ly insudleent supply of stored
away in their'hves. They -shoAo be
fed by the farmers for whom they
have so faithfully worked durla the
frttul seasons of the east. AidI,
more Important still, their little is
fortune should be tenderly coneamed
froin butterflies, gtasshopers and
other notoriously lazy and improve
Sent insects. Fer it it shall booe
com only bruited about that the bo ,
symbol of lbor, has not been able-to
earn enough by a summer ofan f*it
try to keep himself alive dutiag the
winter, we fear that work amongli

Illinois owes it so our whole system
of business ideals to conceal the .
urc of the hard worker.-'Chsit
Post.
The He a It Tight.


Last Tuesday morning a Howard
CQunty farmer hlthed to the single
buy he had not med for some time
and hurriedly drove to Oreeco for
groceries. When the grocer appeared.
on the street with arms heaping full
of packages and raised the cover to
store the goods under the bggyaest
from the rear he e sled b4 r to
placeatly holding down a se
had pre*mpted ~the buggy box re
ervation. "What are you 9ong to do
with this hea? eried the roer.
"Whew I" ejacuad the ermmr,
don't know anything about a hem"
"Well. here's a hen, jut the ean,"
replied the grocer, and waIted dor *s
rUer to Scoe and Madjust -W


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We have movedinto our new build-
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There are no flies on Elbert Hub
bard, chief Nf the Roycrofters, Fra
UIbertus; and Sage of MEast Aurora.
Wben E bert begins talking of. him.
self and his books you might Just as
well wait for the next car, for you
won't get a look in unless you should
thaae to flash a $10 note with a
view to purchasing one of his hand
and foot made books.
Recently the American Press Hum.
oristas were guests of the Pra, and
maWy funny things happened In Baat
iABrora that day. A placard on a
post of to* Roycroft announced that
NMr. Hubbard and thirty-two other
uamorista would speak In the abapel
to the afternoon at 3." As hour and
Sbatf was to be given to the exer
S. Sboent, I lantroduaing the first
SfikT, pgeot lost In the mases el
dstloa and took up about as
'ed a quarter of the other Wl>
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native to thou. desiring it.
Cm.qunUfy, theo Cmpany's Syrup o
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Blothiag advertlsasee 4W or IeteS
or best sell Iis a, N 0agN 1 th
mods. Ioe has had his dy. sadM the
man with mere normal aIIuld ers s
now preferred.
'leo *added out shoulders that
have b en vbaracterlstle of the ready
to wear clothing, sa one of the
llustrators, "went Into the dlsuaWd
weeks ago and noew'they arte sw
plying the. Inspiration for the emis
In the same way the man with thel
muscles and bleeps is as longer Ia
demand among the me* who mde
Sthe pictures for the yoar. gir8*s
books. He's a ack number of the
most decided type.
S"the popular oi fre is slime al the
way up. It Is not narrow abouldered,
but of the meam ent that the tail-
Sors call natuAta which mease that
the shoulders seem a little broader
than they rd1ly are. There is o
padding in a coat, but the least t
of lining that caries the shoulder ,G
little out.
"Sucht o the shoulder st4le of the
present year. The hulk that looked
like a champagne bottle turned ap-
side down is a thing of the past.
Even on the beaches this summer
the new medium shouldered man is
the real thing in masculine beauty.
'The broad shouldered idol of form.
er years seems to realize this, for
be attempts to make himself look
narrower by the cut of his bathblng
suit, letting the jersey run out to
the arms."-New York Sun.
The theory of gravitation was ad-
vasc d by Kepler In 1617, 70 years
before Newtown announced his dis-
covery.

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Sa e wdk aew be a prominent feature of his tace
S thisf 1 by no mean the Idle qdery It may eem to be.
The toeet careless observer of humanity must have noatced
I that within the last ten or twelve years the fashion of wear.
,4M the beard in say s form has failed to appeal to the liS
genweraun. No nofsr dors the callow youth reoIft emat
the diltnctive mark of masoullnity bets its growth on his lip, chin, Or
cheek. The joy his father felt when dawning manhood appeared la visible
fotr, marking the passage of adolescence, does not appeal' to him. Itather
does be bewail (or secretly euit la) the necessity for frequent shaving, and
seek to avoid that which mankinI has for ages regarded as a dignity and an
ornament to the person.
With this choice, perhaps, no reasonable fault can be found. If It seems
better to a man to be beardless, he can doubtless urge many reasonable arb
guMants In favor of his choice. But, sir, I submit that it is a vastly dSMefSt
matter with him who has worn his face, so to speak, in one way for a Mt-
4time, and then chooses to change it, suddenly and violently.
Of late elderly men have la great numbers discarded the mustache. As
a matto-. of appearance merely, they are,. of course, only to be pitied. The
recent publication of a frightful photograph from Africa is enough to warn
any one who may delude himself with. the thought that shaving will improve
his appearance against yielding to the impulse. The betrayal of physiognom-
ical weaknesses and worse is almost without exception a lamentable thing;
and if the mirror does not tell the tale, your nearest friends will do it with
unkind emphasis.
But this is not the real grievance of the act. Is it o a foolish and a
graceless thing for a man who has worn one face for a life-time to call on
his friends suddenly to recognize another? It is at least a suspicious thing
for a man to change his name. He must justify it by good reasons, or incur
criticism. Does the same rule hold, or does it not. when he changes his face?


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MOULTINO.
New dresses are sow, or soon will
be, the order of the day, among the
heas as. well as their owners, and
while. bens do not require much cash
outlay for their winter clothing they
do require more care than before, If
they ae to do their best.
'It aeems o me that feed that will
make a good fast growth for the
young chleks, wimld be fine for the
moulting hens, the chicks must grow
weather as well as flesh and bone,
and if kept rid of lice the hens will
ist along fnely on chick feed while
their dress is growing.
Give te "feed for chicks," a trial
any way, and along with the bfed,
give areful attention to the shade,
dust, git and water supply. Never
!j let any of these items go unattended
to; also know that the lie are very,

A bhe, healthy to -ommence with,
nd f a r shi, ought to ome
Snugsh th noult finely under such
w e sa4d 1ed. ad sheud lay quite
&a# gam while the featersn
Y* Ar m ouw should becomplted*
so pl a ath iBowlte, quite
t sodmw l weather, lag


P- MM NQ-i ...
TheMf i not the least doubt but
that te water-glass method of Pro.
rvia eggs is the best and moat
-.D---L, meth-od bowk to man,
M* froi a ld storage, which is
not practicable with the ordinary fel-
loy" who wishes to preserve only &a
few hundred eggs, or even a few
thousand. The wator-glass method
has been thoroughly tested by vari-
ous experiment stations with most
satisfaM try results, and it bids fair
to become the universal method of
preserving eggs ln small quantities.
f.t is, heap, simple and successfuL.
,Water glass (or sodium silicate)
can be obtained at almost any drug
store, or If your druggist does not
have it on hand he can easily get
it There are several grades of wa-
ter glass, and for egg preserving pur-
poses it Is essential that a good
grade be secured. The cost should
not be over 10 cents per gallon.
There is nothing better than a
large stone jar in which to put the
preservative, aid before using the
Jar it should be thoroughly cleaned
with hot water. To ten quarts of
water that has been boiled and cooled
add one quart of water glass and
set the Jar in a cool dark place, cov-
ering tightly to prevent evaporation.
Each day as the eggs are gathered
drop them carefully into the solu-
tion. To koop well the eggs must
be strictly fresh-not over three days
old-and comparatively clean. An egg
with a badly soiled shell should not
be used, and under no circumstances
should the eggs be washed before
placing in the solution, as the wash-
ing process opens up the pores of
the shells, which is detrimental to
the keeping qualities of the eggs. Be
sure that there are fully two Inches
of the solution covering the eggs at
all times-that is, that as the jar is
Mailed the eggs do not come to with-
in, two Inches of, the top of the solu-
t'IO.
pgs preserved by this method will
keep nicely" for from six months to
. a year, and will come out of the
solution apparently as fresh as when
they were put In. We know this to
be, a fact, for we have tested it
thoroughly. We ate eggs for our
breakfast morning after morning dur-
ing the hatching season last spring'
that had been In the water glass .so-
lution nearly a year, and if we had
been Ignorant as to their age we
would have declared them fresh-laid
eggs. To avoid the cracking of the
shell when boiling these preserved
eggs, make a pinhole in the large
end before cooking. If any gas has
accupsulated. It will escapes ,


balf the siek of a pea for a grown
fowl daily has proven a successful
treatment for others. Mashed oions
with stale bread wet up with milk
is also reomemded.- rmlers''
Hese Jouerna

5005 MUT BB IN THUB S1EL.
Agsgedllg to a decision handed
das by the pu foo4 *Zpws of
te Department of Asrleultaru ee
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enough before to have the habit of
egg laying five or seven times a
week.
Any hens that fall to begin the
moult until frosty nights are the rule,
would better be sold as soon as she
or they can be fattened. Any over
fat hen would be better sold at the
begivntvf of moulting.
I oean loaded with fat I haven't
any more use for a scrawny hen than
for a scrawny milk cow; neither they
nor the over fat ones will be profit-
able, but there Is a medium condi-
tion that will be best for all con-
cerned. Flesh enough to look well,
act well and feel well, but not enough
to caupe sluggishness.
What is the chick feed? Wheat Is
the ideal grain, some sunflower seed
is good, likewise a little millet and
sorgum seed. Wheat bran with a
little oil meal, thoroughly mixed with
it, is good either dry or in a crumbly
mash. Milk is f.e, so are all table
scraps, wholesome scraps. If green
stuff is scarce, feed refuse cabbage,
clover shattering, pea vines and sim-
4i1r greens.-E. C., in the Indiana
Farmer.

GUINEAS AS A BURGLAR ALARM.
Guineas are well known for giving
loud voice to their disapproval of
intruding strangers, but it is not al-
ways that this propensity is of such
service to their owners as was the
case at Norwalk, Conn., recently
when burglars entered the barn of
Alfred Hartog. a Now Yorker, who
has a summer home there. He look-
ed over his barn and horses and real-
ized that what electric burglar alarms
failed to do his guinea hens did. Ex-
pert burglars visited the stable at
2 o'clock, and after cutting all the
electric and telephone wires, they
had Mr. Hertog's best team on the
brn floor and were hitching the ani-
mals to a wagon loaded with harness
when half a dozen guinea hens set
up a cackle, for which this fowl is
famous. The din awoke not only the
household, but the neighbors for sev.
eral blocks. The burglars, apparent-
ly badly frightened, fled, leaving all
their booty.
PRIEVBNTIVE DOCTORING.
The time to doctor a sick fowl Is
before the fowl gets sick, and the
way to do this is to keep them free
from lice, feed judiciously, keep the
quarters clean and well ventilated;
supply good, clean water and plenty
of sharp grit; avoid drafts, and use
only the most vigorous and healthy
birds in the breeding pens. The
breeding birds should not only be in
good health, but should be as free
from the taints of disease in the
blood as it is possible to get them.
A bird that has been afflicted with
roup, dropsy, liver disease or con-
suvrptiop should never be used in
the breeding pen, although apparent-
ly cured, nor one whose ancestors
have been so afflicted. Although they
jnay not manifest themselves, the
disease germs are nla the blood and
sooner or later they will create havoc
nla the flook.--Farmers' Home Jour.
nal.

NOT CONTAGBOU8.
Limber neck is not contagious but
the sick birds should be confined lan
a dry, cool place. Feed soft, nutri*
tious feed, A drop of turpentine in
a teaspoonful of feed Is recommended
by some. A piece of gum asoefaetiUda


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a-O ay eart to adulterate tea or
fer them for sale la say other shape
tam as fmtrlshe by the ena, will
meet wi th pposteLs. Recently lan
m1iors the goveaaeat sensed a con-
pmet of laeM eg-s ad this week
the Uaited States Attorney laid a
libel on dessloated or evaporated
ones found In a bakery toin Washing-
ton. According to the petition of the
attorney an analysis of the "dried"
eggs disclosed that they were In a
"filthy, decomposed and putrid condi-
tion, and unfit for human consump.
tion."-Farmers' Home Journal.

NOTES.
A hen attains her best laying ca-
pacity in her third year. She will
lay In an average lifetime from 300
to 600 eggs.
A farmer, must not fancy that,
without good buildings, he can make
a success of the poultry business.
After suitable buildings are provided
he must remember, too. that they
must be kept clean and thoroughly
disinfected at all times.
Improve the poultry; buy thorough-
bred fowls or eggs, give the poultry
half a chance and the hens will
eclipse other branches of farm en-
terprise when it comes to counting
profit.
Bright red is the fashionable color
with the combs of healthy hens.
When they begin to look dark and
purplish, look out.
Don't feed corn alone. Give the
hens some wheat and oats If you
want plenty of eggs. Corn makes
fat rather than eggs.
In starting with an Incubator on
the farm, use a small size. It is
easier to fill it with eggs and you
can handle it more readily.
Give capons a trial and see If they
will not pay. Just because you never
raised capons is no reason why you
should keep on selling roosters.
The New York Experiment Station
has found that for growing chicks,
most grain rations are improved by
the addition of bone ash, this being
preferable to oyster-shell.


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HOLLYHOCK RAILWAY PLOWSIS

Planted In England to Beautify "I
ran Land Beolde the Treetek.
That supreme cottage flower the
hollyhock, whelh ha. won a score of
local and poetic names In the last
four hundred years, is now the chief
glory of the biggest as of the small-
est gardens. The seal for the rough
border has. brought back the bholly.
hock, which comes to perfection
when the gush of color is over. Even
florists have recently been taking It
In hand with great success, and one
can bave hollyhocks of lemon yellow,
of every shade of red and pink and
of many variegations. It can be had
single or as thick with petals as a
cabbage rose.
Some years ago the flower was al-
most extinguished -by a peculiar dis.
ease which always threatens It, but
this year has been favorable, and
some gardeners say they have kepq
the disease at bay by getting rld
of the mallow which is said to be
the host of the disease spores.
For some reason the hollyhock
grows supremely well by railways.
Fine six foot plants grow in little
headlands between the metals just
outside Victoria Station. London. But
the paradise of the flower is the en-
bankment along the (Midland Railway
just before it escapes into the coun.
try.
Just when the incoming traveller
expects the banks to be partlcularlyr
grim and barren they are crowned,
for nearly a mile on end with holly-
hocks of every conceivable color,
standing straight and tall like uni-
formed sentinels. The spectacle Is
a wonderful object lesson of what
might b done with the acres of
waste railway hanks by expert gar-
deners.-london Daily Mail.

JAPANESE MUSHROOM GROWING


The Japanese have an interesting
method of growing a kind of mush-
room known as the wood mushroom,
agaricus shitake.
This species, which is much prized
as a food in Japan, Is related to the
so-called honey fungus, a species
very destructive to the roots of trees
and woody plants. This latter spe-
cies, It may be noted, is one of the
causes of phosphorescence in decay-
ing wood.
The Japanese method of growing
their mushroom seems to consist en-
tirely in preparing the ground for
it. A coppice of red oak, beech or
chestnut of some twenty years
growth Is cut down just after the fall
of the leaf. The wood Is then left
lying for 100 days. It is then cut
into lengths of three or four feet and
the logs are lacerated with large
pruning knives. Spores settle on the
wounded parts and the mycelilum of
the fungus spreads through the tis-
sues of the wood.
Next year a crop of mushrooms
springs up. The production of mush-
rooms may go on for six years, but
the main crop Is gathered the second
year. The attempt is now being
made to cultivate the wood mush-
room In Germany in the Japanese
manner.-London Globe.

Medical Advertising In Japan.
In future no licensed medical prae.
titioner will -be permitted to adver-
tise in Japan details of methods of
medical treatment or the history or
ewccess of such methods. Doctors
and dentists connected with hospitals
or engaging in general practice will
not be allowed to advertise any in-
formation beyond that Indicating
their degrees and specialties. In this
respect the ordinance approximates
perhaps more to the American idea,
of what is legitniate, for it is quite
common to find in transatlantic jour-
nals small rectangular spaces coni
talking the name, address and tele-
phone number of some practitioner.
with an indication of the branch or
branches of work In which he claims
to be especially adept and lastructed.,
.-Ounade Advertiser.


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PROCESSION OFP FAT ONES.
This is the time of year when
many American women are suddenly
lost to their friends, and are to be
found wrestling with fat in Marien- ,
bad. The procession is now on, and
it grows steadily year after year.
Women flock to the Marienbad
springs from every country in Europe.
but the American woman is in the
majority of any nation. There are so-
cial leaders among us who are not as i
svelte as their pictures make them
out. The photographing of society
women, in any event, is a fraud that
harms nobody. There are many ways
of tricking the -camera, as, for in-
stance, the American women when
they have finished the Marienbad
treatment, will lay in a stock of pho-
tographs sufficient to last out a year.
These women go to Marienbad fat
and come away fairly presentable.
And no sooner have they left the
springs than they begin again their
hearty eating, careless drinking and
fatgiving life of general Indolence.
A little exercise every dqy would,
make the Marlenbad expedition un-
necessary, but catch the comfort-lov-
ing spoiled pet of society doing that.

At a London dinner years ago and
now described In a -book of recollec-
tions, Edward King, the author, was
most enthusiastic n his praise of
Wagner, not only as a musician but
as a poet. "I have no doubt," he
sald? at length, "that in coming;
time Wagner will be ranked above
Beethoven and Schillerr" "I quite
agree with you," responded L. Alma
'adema, the famous painter, "for
certainly Wagner was a grsater mu.
sklas than Bohlller and a greater
poet than Beethoven."-Argosaut.
Worester, Mdass, has under con.
sideratAon ordinance against whist.
ling. One of the totarws of it Is
that if a man thinks he cant get
al without making alleged mus
he ea tndulge hiselt by taklsng iat
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WAR MRMORIAT. FOR HORSES, ERECTED AT MIDDLEBURG, TRANSVAAL,
The oily monument of the kind in the world.
The horse has have been adequately recognized in the erection of a monument at Middle.
burg,, the Transvaal. This is the only monument of its kind in the world.
Directly beneath the horse are the words: "The greatness of a nation con-
sists not so much In the number of its people or the extent of its territory
as in the extent and justice of Its compassion." At the base are the words:
'Ereeted by public subscription in recognition of the services of the gallant
animals which Oerished in the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902."


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Bed For Hospltals.
A boon to the bedridde, and to
thousands of hospital patients through-
out the country Is the invention of a
Kentucky man. This Is a bed which
can be raised or lowered at the head


Turn Crank and Bed Moves.
to any position comfortable to the pa-
tient and having a rest for the legs In
addition. A pail of standards with a
cross-bar, looking like hborlsoatal
bar on rollers. holds the upper nd of
the bed suspended. At one a14e of the
standards is a wheel and gear by.
which the head of the bed may be
raised or lowered to change the poal-
tion of the person oooVpJlng It. Run-
nala up from the foot of the bed Il a
T-haped bar to be placed under the
leso of the patient, so that when the
bed tilted at a stooeep angle be I
kept trom sliding downward, the bar
beneath hi I svtingl him the feel-
a#4 of betng In a reclining ohais. Any
pasoa who ha been tored to lie
hed forany leath of tmg, unable to
, .s Irp l pou tlos, wil appreiate
the, p.et we a bed will afford.


No Speed Limit Here.
Motorists who have been prevented
by rural constables from making the
speed they desired over country roads
may find an outlet for their plrits on
the auto scenic railroad designed by a
West Virginia man. On thip road
they may speed to their heart's con-
tent, with never a fear of running Into
a ditch or hitting a gully, and without
the prospect of killing a pedestrian,
which may be either a relief or a dtis
appointment, according to the dispo-
sition of the automobilist. The auto
railroad consists of a track, with a
slot n' the centre, like the old-fash-
ioned cable slot. The cars are mod-
eled after the ordinary motor run-
about, and are operated by a bar that
runs through the slot and is connect-


No Poedatrlans In Way.
ed with the steering wheeL This bar
has a T-4haped end hat At lan the
plot and prevents the oar from leaving
the track. For seashore reports aa
amunament parks thi" ra.road wvU
I9 found an esoltina fpro of M#e9,
talament.


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ANNOUNCEMENT


THE PAq FORTY DAYS WE HAVE, THROUGH OUR MARKET
BUYERS MADE SOME WONDERFULLY GOOD SPOT CASH PUR.
CHAE9S THESE GOO HAVE NOW ALL ARRIVED AND W ITH
OUR NEW FALL PURCHASES WILL 8E PLACED ON SALI OOMN
MINCING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH, AND CONTINUING TO
MONDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER MITH.
THOSE OF OUR CUSTOMERS WHO HAYE TRADED WITH U.
FOR YEARS KNOW PROM EXPERIENOE THAT WHIN WE MAKI
AA ANNOUNCEMENT OF A SPECIAL SALE THAT tHEIt WII.
m SOMETHING DOING THAT THE PRICES MADE WILL -E A'
SAVING TO PURCHASE NOW. WE ARE GOING TO THOROUGHLY
ADVERTISE THIS SALK THROUGHOUT THIS TOWN AND COUNTY,
AND INTEND TO MAKE IT A RECORD EVENT OP ANY SALS WE
EVER ATTEMPTED. WE WILL HAVE PLENTY OF EXTRA CLECE
TO ASSST US, 80 THAT THERK WILL SE NO DELAY. TUI
STORE WILL .BE ENTIRELY CHANGED SO THAT OUR OLDEST
CUSTOMERS WILL HARDLY RBOOGNIE IT. WE WANT ALL OUU
FRIENDS TO GOT THE BENEFIT OF THESE PRICE CONOE9IONL
O BE SURE TO COME EARLY. DON'T LET ANY OTHrN.GKBNA
MENT KEEP YOU AWAY, AND DON'T FAIL TO TELL YOUR
FRIEND.
AN UNPARALLELED OPPORTUNITY FOR EOONOMICAL BUYERS.


Shoe Department
soUr .PIWK A140 INT Too
ABOUT VEMSR ITH, W WILL OPEN A COMPLETE S*HO
DEPARTMENT FOR LAD4I IUl9, CHIL REN AND INFANTS
W IlTIND TO CARRY THI BS'T THAT 4AN J 1 HAD PO THE
MONEY, AND OUR PRICES WILL IN COMPETITION WITH THE
OIJAPBIT. OUR AIM WILL S 0 OGIVE QUALITY. COMB AND
LOOK THROUGH THE LINE ......
ON 0U2 6P1NG DAY WE WJ4LL HAVE A TEN MIUtI SALS
UNp TH PFOLLOWIN4 ,00NDIT0iO: AT THI HOUR PIi01PFIl
A LL WILL RINt TO $TART 4H1I'ALE, ANO AT TIN MINUTESS
CINT KIN oENTS.
THSR1E TIN-MINUTS SALES WILL SE REPEATED MONDAY,
NESbAY A4D SATURDAY. EACH TIM SO0ME DIFFIRNT .
CLIa WILL' Be OSRISD AT SAMuA bOlOULOUSLY LOW PR
p010fT MI" THING S ALIKN AND NOTI THI NDAYL
P7T THE HOUR IT WILL RING TO LO01 TMHE ALL. ALL
oo UST 8 S OUGHT AND PAID FOR BURINQ TNHI TIME
T4y OLEKS.I WILL BE AGSIND0 FOR THIS DUTY AND ONLY
TEN YAOSG SOLD TO EAOH CySTOMBE
HOURS OP SALL-PROM 11 A. M. TO 111W A. M., TEN YVAS
QOP PtI1T7 1 O1ENTS.
PROM d 8P. 14, TO 8:10 P. Mr. TEN YARDS OF OUTOIN THU IS
6ONTS KIN QONT.

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