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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: December 11, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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. 8. SAN MATEO, FLA., DEC. I 1 1909. Palis kly $1.00 a Ter.


Miss Theo. McNabb is the guest of
Miss Crosby.

Mr. Jordan, of Hastings is pre-
paring to open a restaurant in Panlat-
as.

Two circuses within 10 days in the
Gem City is going some. Palatka is
not so slow.

Express wagons, Toy automobiles,
Doll carriages, etc., at Rowton's.

Mr. H. H. Kesner, staff corres-
pondent of the "Packer,", was here
in the interests of his paper Wed es-


Sday.


Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods at
Rowton's. Largest stock, Prices
~B Reasonable.


Meore. J. Walter Hilliard and 8.
J. Hilburn, of Palatka, were busi-
nes visitors to Jacksonville Thurs-


day.


Toilet eases, Manicure sets,
4'P Smokers sets, Cuff and Collar, Neck-
tie, Olove Boxes etc., at Rowton's.
Mr. Ben. Seegar, of Jacksonville,
spent Sunday last with his niece
Mrs. J. D. Gray.

Sunday Pol Chrisftbs theea
|' supplied at 20% discount at Rowtons.

Misses Clyde Estep, Violet Mer-
win and Mrs. Hedriok, of Palatka,
were guests of Miss Farris last Sat-
urday.

1ire crackers and Fire works
Wholesale and Rutall at Rowton's.

Mr. and Mrs. Feloh, of Ayer, Mass.
arrived Friday afternoon and will be
&"at home1' In the MoSbah cottage
after to-day.

Faney China and Glass at Bow-
top's.

Mrs. Albert Mobley is visiting at
her fathers Jess Turner. Mrs. Mob-
ey Isl Just recovering from a severe
ease of dengue fever.

lanmta Claus' Headquarters at
Sailton's.

be I tre all of your Christmas let,-
s sad paekages have Christmas
.02o hem. BaMh oWe you ase
i tOwhe eapalg agalan t tuber.
is I ate. ThWy are for
pas. J. A. Orosby.


Our Special Number.
We are getting matter together for
a special illustrated number of the
Item. This isoue will have 62 pages
printed on book paper using over 60
half-tone cuts. We shall print and
distribute between 6 and 10 thous-
and copies.
We are desirous of having some
first-class photographs from any part
of Putnam County especially of pub-
li buildings, residences, views
about town, orange groves, interior
packing houses, vegetable farms etc.
Will be glad to have our readers
help us out with such photographs,
which* will be returned if desired,
and we feel sure results will justify
any section of the county that may
be represented by cuts in this special
number.
Advertisers should get our rates,
we are making an attractive proposi-
tion.

NOTICE..
The Liabrary at the V. I. A. Hall
will be open every Thursday after-
noon from three to four o'clock.
Mrs. J. S. Bowley, Librarian.

Mr. Bragg, of Jacksonville, was
here Thursday evening and made
Mr. Hall a short list, returning by
boat Friday morning. He was reg-
Istered at the Palms while here.

Hand bags, Pocket books, Card
oases, Pursee, eto., at Rowton's.

Kella, the moving-picture man,
haa Just purchased a 1910 niodel
-pmaasager Mitabell car, which is
to be delivered to him and placed In
pubOe services aout January 1st.


The San Mateo Fruit Co., are more
than busy these days with the book-
ing and filling of their Christmas or-
ders for fruit. This concern has
busted the San Mateo post office on
2c stamps. They have used about
$100) worth in the past week, sending
6.000) of their circulars to all parts of
the United States. They have al-
ready booked orders to go to nearly
every state in the nlion east of the
Mississippi, some to Texas and Ne-
braMka, and several boxes to Eng-
land.


Plank's Chill Tonic for Ma-
laria, Chills. Fever, Colds and
LaGrippe. guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Sold hy
S. W. Rowley, SanI Mateo. 4-17


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that L. L.
Moody, purchaser of Tax Certif-
cate No. 217 dated the Int day of July
A. D. 1907. has filed said certificate
In my office, and hlas made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate eni-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putuam County,
Florida. to-wit:
All of Blk. 88 (except Lotsi 18 and
19) Interlachen.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certif-
icate in the name of Unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will lassue thereon on the 90th day of
December A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the V0th dpy of November
A. D., 1900.
HiMMY HUTOaNiNsox,
Clerk Circuit Court,
[(Sea. Putuam County, Florida.
By Hutchinson, Jr., D. 0.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice ins hereby given that L. L.
Moody, purchaser of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 216, dated the Int day of
July. A. I)., I9)07, has filed said
certificate illn ily ofile, and has made
applienation for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Said certif-
Icate emirilaces tile following de-
scribed property litusated in Putnamn
County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot 'O by 112 ft.,. on Prospect Ave-
nue, 1ilk. 26, laterlachen.
The said land being asemssed at
the date of the issuance of such( cer-
titicate in the namllo of i'ha. May.
UItless said ce.rtifl(ate' shall be re-
deemed recording to law. tax deed
will irsse thervoi on t he 20th day of
Deeeinber, A. D.. 190W.
WVitiness miy otfllcini igiginture and
seal this the 20th day of November,
A. I). 1909.
HIENY HUTCHINHON,
(Seal] ('lerk Circuit Court,
no20 PuItiiam Coulnty, Florida.
By II. lutchlison, Jr., D. C.
NOTICE OF A APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that L. L.
Moody, purchaser of Tax Certif-
lenate No. 144, dated 2nd tlay of Jutie,
1902, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate enh)races the
following described property sit-
uated in Putnan County, lorida.
to-wit:
WS of se, (less o1a,) Section 10.
Townshiip 10, S. taniige 26 VE.-70
Acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of issuance of such certif-
cate in tihe name of Est. W. H.
Wigg.
[tUn7less said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 20th day of
D)eenember, A. D., 1IU(I).
Witness my official signature and
seal this 20th day of Novemnber, 1900.
HUNKY HITTIWHINS(oN,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit ('Coi t.
Putunam County, Florida.
Hy H. Hutchinson, Jr., 1). C.
not0.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that W. W.
Moody. purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 138. dated let day of July, A.
1). 1907 has filed said certificate ii my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Bald certificate eir braces the
following described property situait-
ed in Putnam County, Florida.
to-wit:
8~ of nw3j, w% of nwy4 of swl ,
(except 2 a.) e% of n ue of swt, and
sw( of neS of swV, Hectcion I,
Township 11, S. Range 20 E.-12
acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of issuance of such certif-
leate in the name of Unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue Wiereon on the 6th day of
December, A. D. l190.
Witness my ofcial si nature and
seal this the th day of november A.
D. 1909. HMU Y HUJTVHIN$ON,
S[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
SPutnam County, Florida.
I By Henry Hutchinson, Jr., D. C.


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o WAa1 MIRRORS
eave a dioalty to
I rre ~l proper condition,
S* rNag dlped to alcohol and
Over the hmes, that Is after
S&. Med dry, is all that is neces-
Iwhes the mirrors appear dim
l otted. When spots appear at the
"of the mirror on the quicksilver,
So generally for the reason that
oglas Is hung where a strong suw
can rest upon it. At first tiny
p pecks no larger than pin points
,-'Mke their appearance, then they
S read, become larger, and finally
!, r',Smet In a cloudy effect which cannot.
6 remedied except by a repetition of
the qulcksilvering process.-Boston

CLbEANINO WITH BRAN.
A method of cleaning furs, which Is
as excellent as it is easy, Is to clean
them with bran. -
Fill a dishpan witr"bran and set It
in the oven to warm. Rub the warm
a. bran Into the fur again and again un-
til every spot has been gone over sev-
oral times.
When the ibran becomes rolled
throw It away and replace it. When
the furs are clean, brush them well
until every particle of the bran has
been removed. Hang out of doors
C for a day or two, and the fur 'will be
,, soft. fluffy and full of life.
Odd bran will not do the work. and
for this reason the bran must be kept
warm all during the process. This
method will not injure the lining.--
Indianapolis 'News.

A CHAMOIS PIIJOW.
It was probably suggested by the
washable hamois gloves, and it Is a
decidedly new and successful use of
this beautiful yellow skin. Upon the
square pleated 'top was sketched the
6* aternty insignia cf the owner. Ills
pin was probably held In one fair
hand while the other enlarged the let-
ters. These were then painted In
Waterproof dyes or paints, the college
colors being used, and when finished
a heavy outline stitch gave a smooth,
neat touch. The back of the pillow
was silk, and a silken cord joined the
surfaces.
Try this when brother calls loudly
for a new pillow for his den.-New
York Press.


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SAofte it Mh&alIM alwaPs be Nal
ad w Ite H lON b eight sMde down*
wagr tWeo a Tuabsh towel towr
t -olded. This sakes a soft awr.
iee, and wh enthe e toi pressed
i Fill haey noBe of the ahiny of.
feet that ironed laces gradually a.
quire, Beore washing any lace all
of the boles should -be carefully
mended with No. 150 cotton thread.
-New York Press.


HINTS.
It is an added pleasure to eat at
a table that has dainty touches In
the fittings, and has a pretty floral
decoration In the center.
The fern bowl is one of the most
popular methods of Introducing a
touch of green on the table.
Pansies are among the flowers that
display to advantage on a table.
. A novel way to arrange pansies is
to mingle them with a fancy moss
in a flat dish.
An odd decoration was seen the
other evening at a dinner table which
was cool and refreshing looking.
A rose bowl was filled with spark-
lihg mineral water and the stems of
the nasturtiums and their leaves were
immersed in it.
After a short time the flowers and
the foliage became covered with a
mass of frostlike moisture, which was
decidedly pretty.
A pitcher of cold water on a table
in a room will absorb all the gases
with which the room is filled from the
respiration of those living in the
apartment.
Chloroform will by patient rubbing
remove paint from bilk or any other
goods, and will not injure the most
delicate color or fabric.
To remove tar from cloth saturate
the spot with turpentine; it will re-
move every trace of the tar.
Few know that a cold boiled potato
rubbed on a piece of paper for a few
minutes will form a moisture of the
consistency of glue, ani is a satisfac-
tory substitute for mucilage in case
of an emergency.
The fine asparagus ferns and the
maidenhair variety are used a great
deal for these.
In ironing handkerchiefs, it is well
to begin at the center; if one Irons
the hem first, the middle will have
a tendency to bulge or "full."
If a gloss is desired on linen, add
a teaspoonful of salt to starch when
making.
Few .people realize there is any im-
purity In their rooms; but In a few
hours a pitcher of cold water will
make the air -pure, and the water will
be unfit for use.


OWBATER COMFORT. WAY She Wept.
When putting on a sweater tae
rast time button it In front, pull tho An stated in the Globe, Iysander
outer edges of the shoulders up and John Appleton is sick in bed, and
out to settle It over the figure. Pull the neighbors were' greatly surpris-
It forward at either side of the bust., ed recently to see a furniture van
and pull the bottom well down around unload a lot of new furniture at the
the hips. This should be repeated the house. "Only a new parlor carpet,
iemt two or three times the sweater 'two now chairs, a literary table and
Is 4=ne4 nd the garnet will *re- a reading lamp," explained Mrs. Ap-
eiUy shape itself gracefully to the pleton to a neighbor, as she went in
gmre as though made for it Wash with hot soup. "I thought it would
4 white wool sweater in warmn, sopy be such a pleasant surprise for my
ater after a was ing l cold Vater. husband to see the new things when
3laMse by pressieag up and down In he is able to come downstairs. Of
theSo haPow bowl dlear water. Do course. If he should die, and I fear
"t wr in but squese dry, and then tG* worst, it will be some consols..
d the sweater on a clear sheet tion in the dark hour of our be.
i the a to dry. A knitting garment reavement to know that the house
d t so t be allowed to ha evea looksni aloe for the funeral." Here
isth-e s's a moment while wet uMrs Lysander John cried so hard nla
. t he i wlm be *_oled-.. e to the soup that it had to be thrown
'mom away. belfl saltier than Lysander
.. John Iikes.-Atchison Globe.


4 .Amasx, OwLA.
aslo~w ltage th
u~s~S ~lstIt is re
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Love and Folly.
"Let Im but love me-I make no
oomditon. said the virgin who was
very foolUsh ided.
"He must love me for myself
alOb6 ." asi the viwla who Namnt
qgait so to ,Lh
But the virginA ho was foolish
I: "He muat love me la spite of
OFM .
S to man, however, who proposes,
am it o sose* toward off hy
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M &. About 40 acter, suuSe UID
be 18 A* -enoed and culU vaW Hous4
d ae&bt room, bern, eto., witLna u.
as i of astoiee an4 depol. A ba -
I at $OM.0. Terms U d ir-
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din.
fag room and large living roop about
two acres land recently set oft la or-
ang3 trees, nicely situated in center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
or. sale. Photo.
No. 4. ,6500 acres, river 8 sides, R.
n. a side, fence 1 mile., Would fvu:e
k all. For cattle ranch, colidont be
bst. Has 2 million feet pine, 1 1-2
i yllion cypress, 6 million feet ft ash,.
gua, hickory, maple, maguntla, etc.
Good Wharf, 8-room houe un nd fAr-;a
AboUt 60 A. Under fence. The price
$9.00 an acre. If you mean buminLos'
*Mme and see this.
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If you want a couple of rooms for
light houifkeeping or a cottage, write
us. Iates are $10 to $25 per month.
11) it Now!

No. 85. Pineaiprlo lands in Dade
county, on railroad. 6 acre lots. $20
per acre. If you want pineapple laud
or a pinery already in bearing, write
us.
41. A pretty little grove with fine
location for house on river bank,
About five hundred hoxes fruit this
season Wharf on the property and
new packing house.

48-acre tract, one of the best in San
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 aires cleared, fences not in best of
shap3, small house and packing house.


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No. 109. O0room house. Cost ove
$8U00.00 to build. 35 acr la4
peach trees, 300 young oran="
trMes. Ira. Nice location; shelled
st mt and sdewalk on front Pr io
1$4.00.00, A good opening for soA
N- to riA Apesses by tkilg
borers While uit trees aw cotMlag
Ii bearing. asy terms. Photo.
No. 2--4,300 acres land suitable to(
AlUeo raeh; some of the tneat ga
am land, small oiange grove, flowing
Well of pure water, fronting .on St
fhas river with Florl4a ftat Coast
Isway rnantng through the property.
Uk the price.
Do you want an Interest In bearing
eange grove? No better investment
SPFlorida. Vrite for particulars, n
maSte of profits, expenses, etc.
Buy your ticket to San Mkteo; see
what we have to offer. It cos' less
than to go farther south and then come
back.

uinllding Ipts in good location, $100
to *500; 100x200 feet to 5 acres in
extent.

We ha\(e properties running from
a few hunrdird to $18.000. Write us
aliout pipit-' you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.
There are orange groves here that
axe paying from $100 to $1,000 per
acre.
A Boston'gentleman came down In
December for his health, bought 10
acres of land for $500. had it set out
to oranges and grapefruit; and before
he left in spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his eF-
penses for the winter. He refused to


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SAN MATBO. FLA.


BEACH & MILLER LINE.
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.

Steamers "Crescent" and Clivedon.


5OUV1ISOUND.
Daily Except Sunday:"'*

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Before I to take Ordul, I suffered so badly
I wear id to lie down at night. After I began to
take it I felt better in a week. Now my pains have
gone. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change
of life has nearly left me." Try CarduL


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STANDARD VARIETIES OF ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES. NO
WHITE FLY OR SCALE INSECTS. PRICES REASONABLE.
,ADDRESS:
WM. F. REED, Drayton Island, Fla


Manlove


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Self-Opening Cate OFvORDS.
For any driveway or posts. Opo;*
ed by aty vehiieh without assit.
mnic': or ,atoptug Easily opened by
1:;nld., on foot or horseback, and
:,.v,,r ~tands unfastened. Cannot
., 0)i;:ln,.d by any stock. With full
':nt 'rol of refl:; ald teams, scot-
dents are aoidcd. The machin-
try i i tll :-iove ground, and so
Pimple It ni e'vr gt out of order.
Satipta(tion or no sale. It adds
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THE SOMERS.HART ORANGE CLIPPER.
By making a very large contractwe are able this year to reduce the
price of the Somers.Hart Orange Clipper from $1.25 to 85e each ;. .;;t-
paid, and from $12 to $8.50 per dozen. The Clipper this year is an im
provement over last year, as it Is furnished with a bolt to take up the
nut so that the wear of the scissors can be taken up. Thowe clip-
pers have been adopted by the Citrus Exchanges all over the State,
and we are receiving orders from California and Porto Itico. It Is claim-
ed to be the best orange clipper on the market. Send for a trial pair
at 85c postpaid, or one dozen for $8.50.
E: 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., ------- Jacksonville, Florida.


Kennerly


Hardware Co.


PALATKA, FLORIDA,


--HEADQUARTES FOR-F--


i lcan and Ellw00ood Wire Fence.
Ge (lot their delivered prices before buying elsohwhere.

-AR YOU A SUBSORIBERJ


MANLOVE CATE


CO.,


2272 VA4Ir IIUVON 51m
4 IICAW.O). ILL.


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


CITY SHOE STORE.
HERBERT CROOK, Prop.


WN01DERLAND

THEATRE
When in Palatka don't Fall to visit the Wonderland
Theatre. The MOVING PICTURE SHOW of quality.
Entire ohango of programme eaoh night,


Admission


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5C.


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


ICE CREAM PARLOR


HOT and COLD DRINKS,


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


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Palatka, Fl.


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The Typewriter Girl.
The beautiful typewriter girl puffed
out her golden pompadour nervously.
"My speed'll Increase. Mr. Meer-
qouse me, Mr. Wellington-my speed.
I11 Inerase 30 or 40 percent every day.
* Broker Wellington frowned. The
girl had taken his dictation slowly.
and in a stern, skeptical voice he said:
"How so?"
"It's your new vocabulary that puts
me out," she exclaimed. "I had Mr.
ever's vocabulary very pat-'as per,'
'stents noted,' 'the same'-he only
used about 30 words."
Her flattering smile warmed the
man like a sunbeam.
"But youir,r, have a real literary
stye, 'Beg to submit,' 'our best at.
tUtles,' 'slump,' 'bullish," 'hypothe-
ate'-they're all new words to me,
ad, of course, I can't rattle them off
very fast at flat. But just you wait
say, till day after tomorrow. Then
you'll see."
"All business men have different
veabularies, shk' said the broker.
"Yes, sir. Some large, some small."
in herw smile flattered bhim.
sou* L larger than most. I should


say it was thirty or forty words larger.
Real literary, I caUll It."
"Miss Hoskins, If there's-er-any
supplies you need, all you've got to do
Isa to ask," said the literary broker,
tatuously.-Tit-Bits.

Points for the New Curate.
Dean Pigou gives a few remlnias
cences of Doncaster, where at one time
he was vicar. Among the stories he
tells is this, conceriatg one of his
curates. He went to see an old woman
with whom visiting had perhaps been
overdone. She at once accosted him.
"80o you are the new curate, aren't
you?"
"Yes." be replied.
"Well, just you sit down on that
'ere chair." It was a three legged stool
of roost uncertain standing.
"Now, I'll tell you what you does
on that stool. You then read me, mind,
a short psahn. Then you gives me a
shilling, and you can go."-Vanity
Pair.


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whteeake borw ds of a M Ad e
JO' 16~niae 1at Attractione.
*a MMe Ihas oo shelled ramds
"-S 0o 0n hard u ltdewalky. eaoutl
Sata, sad most eerhesad la manyV
S wo odhnrches, public and private
soofto, telegraph, telephone, express,
Wr order postoffice, three malls
S daty, meat market, two general
t nrer who take orders and deliver
A". -yeour door, weekly paper.
Space Ise Inoorporated. The
S'ate and county taxes ae about 30
Smill. on about one-third valuaation.
SGood hunting and fishing, deer, tur
heyr ducks and quail, black bass and
other rlorida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
eU winters; rates eight to tea dol-
Sin per week; O.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
? the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove
C Ome o. the best andUvat oges la
S Iate o Uoys Is transportation; beagd
S Hriver and rail isr a advantage
i w Florida r intm a .e A re-
a t eamem, for htumas rallra4e
I a terkials at Jpokmi' *
"psd tr points down the central
V an of the state we In sae ease%,
? Hky weeks geting to Jaeksoavllie,
S routs to northern market, and
M not bring enough to pay freight,
WiUe an Mateo shipper at sa
Use. would ship froa here one day
| ad have. trut go out of Jocksonville
m othe Clyde abip th next. This Vt-
tie sateer that season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and th homeeeeker
ll do well to bear In mind traa-
p rtati mad hp rates that M
.; with competationI in selecting a Flor-
The population s about O, who
amme mosUly from the northqra tates.
As a class they are m d of mesa,
'^Wisreaslve aad sociable. Have a bef0
tp (or elaes of homes than can be found
sany plaoe la the south of its sls.
Bhe buildings kept pa-ted sad
^- Meslthfulneas.
Oa sount of Ha high altitude,

pinitors. For those who come to
HM aoeoat of health, many
this higher altiade, dry aad
air is better than the lower,
harsh air found la salt water


H .Tbe prinelple bkaluines Ie ong
Sg n o 400 acres we

r although tdhem are
pe- or


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meae blessed to ive than to
late If t be a best.


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Furniture
XND;;AIMA AMD

FUNERA,. WUPPLIEL
Pheae -6. Nest door Kennerly.
S Street. Hardware Co.
PALATKA, PLA.

E. E. DODGE,
PALATKA.


-Dealer In-


Extra

Fine Paints
Oil, Varnishes and Wall Paper.
Columbla Graphopbones and Records
i'he unbeliever soon reaches the
alaoe where no one places faith In
aliaa.


V 4


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I lMaIee A* pro&t la a good
env% Mr. a. F. Dw~ey, from
O' a v oea re last seaso

The Bn MateM orange crop thit
swon Is e mWUid at 0.,000 boxes;
that for Ptatnim county at 400,000
The county Is now building at Pa-
latI a a 5,000 court hoe; a bridge
oe adle lmOW ootinx $46,000, con.
necr4f this setlon with our county
. teat, nd will spend at once $100,000
o hard roads.
The soil varli.s a great d(al front,
high pine to low n.ad hlgi hlvn:.iock
all within a mile. so thn' lands toi
aay purpose or crops can be cscui.d
San Mateo can be rcachcd front
Jacksonville by Florldai ut Coa,
railway or Deach ud ltlit r lIn.
steamers (see time tables l(h;rf".r-
In this paperr. The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive here about IV'
p. a. 'so do not advise this routv
Pare B. A M. line $1.25: railroad $-
from Jacksonvllp.
Launch Rainbow leaves Paliatka
every afternoon at I.TJ. Lucas line
steamers 2 30 p. c., every day b ;
Sunday.
B. & MI. line from Palatka 3 p. m
Tueslays, Thur<,lnyi aI Sa.turdayt,
and three trains dally "on F. lE. (.
ial!way. Pare from Itla;tka 25 cent.
ar route.

SPFPAYINa PUM1
Crestlin.u Sun inohi" Las
so.ld brass cylinders. ('Oa.
be used at all-round pump.
Write for free Ir for information on any
pumping problem. We make
jouml a for all uses.
CRESTLINEC MFO. CO.,
Crest hIn, Ohio.
l'Umps, -Ilks, Hnose.
yTou are ade to ti) l at houe sieKt
New ad liberal management.

The New Arlington Hotel
KA8FIL &D & VAPNM.
Proprietors.
PALATKA, . FLORIDA.
Catering especially to the commer.
olal trade. Central and most desara.
y located for business. Rates $2 to
$3.50. Special by the week. In neo.
section: The Graham Hotel-Europe
ft PlaU.


R. S. Mooney
Suse or m tW 0, now A Co.


Gerber


& Son,


Dealers la


Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
of all descriptions. Undertakers and nmbalmerm.
Jut arrived complete W I CWroc kwy and China Tableware, Bot
wre, Toilet Se f. Odd Pleoes Chnma Olawwamre, Lampe, ete.


106-111 FRONT ST. PALATKA.


Why Stay North and Freeze?


COME TO SAN MATEO


And spend the winter out of door, and you will come again.
If you want to rent a cottage, write us; we have them furnished, and
ready to move in. Byrlyn Place. (see advertisement in this paper) eraa
aot be beaten in Florida for a board Ing house. Write-"

JC. dN o-ber


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when you bar a SMWW MAOIIN You% e Um a kha

doWHIITEe

7- ~ep5-- FILM - on-ma-
m~a" m ad ehs 6" an i a~ul

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tIMSjFlw# Pse.Gms.Oak Voswm U&Ve
w mi r fw l ow down# wabod.
mimdby Bhssl4d Beale.1buog a Yule vilk ea ld" -f Ab..d plate
suahi. v os nto "a lebhum. eVgwimur A" Rusiry bud S4400s
N.Y.4TAW fit" PwyaTU o rac.de,
WHITE SEWING NACIW4E CO* (IEVELANDt 06


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SBWrit mew Oew awatomypss Nbedo
on Penan OAltue.
SSly mnd1 me oaoty cents I v
"ad p~ a beo of Pecams of di*
eat varletis. Tours truly,
0. A. YANOEY,
Batk, I^




SEA BOARD


Saa annah. Cum hi, blam, Ste.oub r
Pines Ra l t, Riohom nd, a l a
BaltImore. Philadelphia, New Ye k.
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS SAYIV.

Seaboard Florida Limited
Seaboard Express
Seaboard Mail

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

The EABDOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. SO PIllman Vesftib
TraLi, SL Augustine and Jaksonvill* to New York via Richm
ad Washington. Diningcar (a la carte service Double Drawaing
Room, Sleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. Laveo St.
Augustine 1140 a. m. and Jacksonville 1ll p.m a. aly, Including
Ilundayd.
Fr full information and sleeper reservations, call on any aget,
SSeaboard, or write:
f. O. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.


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m4ONIM188ION MEtRCHAWlS-.


PLORIDA FRUITS AND PRODUCE


SPSiAL;


07 WASHINGTON STRET. . . . NEW YORK.


nuS:


Plneapples, Oranqge O pefrult, Early Vegetablee


E ablIshed 1884.
20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANGES.


Cerrish Brothers


82 and 84
Commercial St. BOSTONI.
COMMISSION MERCHANTfS


iMebens of National Ieague C otumislon Merchaats of U. SI
Bferenoe: The Item. 4th NatL Bank, Boston.
% WIUTP US iOr oTENCILa


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N.


Robson


& Son,


COMMISSION MlRCANTTS


SOUTHERN VEOETABLBs
PINKAPPLES.. .. .. ..Establhheo 1JM.. .. .. .. .. .. ORANOES.
TANGERINES .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..O .. . ..G ..RAPEFRUIT*
W. M. STANTON & COMPANY,
PINEAPPLES A PIECIALTY.


Wholesale Commission Merchants.
S8 NORTH FRONT STRICT. PHILAD HLPfIA.
References: Harry Jennings, Tib balls, Fla; Saear Broe., Ankoma, tl.;
C. A. Roblnson, Eden, Fla.; E. A. Thomas, Deerfled, Pla.; MI V. WUI
liame, Punta Ocrda, Fla.; Coneolid ition National Bank, atsd al mercan
tile agencies. ASK FOR STENCI L.
i a i, a i m-


W


MASS, .


EIiTADLILRlU 1 I. ..N&. .,,

J. 6 S. H. DAVENPORT


FRUITS AND PRODUCE.


Commission


Merchants,


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


HAN-
YOU


US.


Genutison & Brown Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WANT CONSIGNMENTS OF


CHARMESTON.


S. C.


THE LARGEST RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLES.
TON, SHIP US ORANGES, TANGARINES, GRAPEFRUIT, PINEAP-
PLKS. YOU WILL FIND IT A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH
US, BECAUSE WE ARE RELIABLE AND WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
186N AST SAY. 1 AND 2 ATLANTIC WHARF,

ESTABLISHED 18W7.
PHILLIPS & SONS,
Commission flerchants
Members of National League of Comm lesion Merchants of the United States


FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE O UR SPECIALTY
ERS AND EXPORTERS.


IMPORT.


REFERMNCES: Chatham National Bank, N. Y.; Aetna National Bank, N.
Y.; Fidelity Trust Co., N Y., and Commerelal Agencles.
77 WASHINGTON STREET, . . . . .. . NEW YORK.


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
PROMPT RETURNS.


8484 SOUTH MAIN STREET.


REFERENaES:
DUCE NEWS.


ATLANTIC* NATIONAL BANK


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


AND THE PRO-


Ernest M. Merrick,

Commission Merchant.


Wholesae Fruit aod Produce


SOUTHERN FRUITS Al
NOS. 7 740 B STREET, N .W.


ND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.
WA"HINGTON,


-1O


SHIP US


ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,
Vegetables In Season

GEO. B. LONG & CO.,
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
$0 West Market Streat-149 Mihigan Street - - BUFFALO, N. Y.
REFERENCES.
Florida Representative: COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATBO ITEM.
mmftvmm


a. IL 3.*qr


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qour &wlta sd w tabee t tthe ls oban%


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HLEY BROS.,


T~ s t a"M marketo as a ve street:


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Stoudla .54


DALTIMORD, M
stamp velabdd ma


gwd mW emo"aaa m.2. mgeltomor


ORANGES,


GRAPEFRUIT,


PINEAPPLES.


KUNZ, IARSH & PENDLETON,


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NEW VORK.


WhOeMaie Oommleslon Merc
SOUTHERN PRUfTt AND PRODI


544WAXWm~tION S'RW.
sawtwstea a agivtus&blatReumeinsr wheu It 9
the lovlda CUtMas skaag.IdaWt th* whole cheese.


L ,GILLIS
Memphle, Tenn.,
Ti, LADINMO BROKER I

FLORIDA FRUI


TO WIRE ME 1 T O SICURE AN ORDBL

SA NW EWRM MI NALTIMORE,


3J. .


Gavan&


SO LIGHT STREET.
HAVE YOU GIVEN US A TRIAL? WE'RE MAKING G(
ALL OVER FLORIDA AND WE WOULD LIKE TO MAI
YOU. OHEOK SENT DAY GOODS ARE SOLD. ASK I
AL BANK O COMMERCE OF SA LTIMORE AS TO OU
ILITY; ANY MEMBSR OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
1ION ME6KHANTS OF BALTIMORE AS TO OUR I
ANY COMMERCIAL AGENCY TO GET REPORT OF
CIAL STANDoIN.
WRITS FOR STENCIL AND QUOTATIONS.

A. E. Meyer &(
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.

Fruits and Vegetabli


Referenome: New York National Exohange Bank; Commerc
Transportation Linei

a*..WE WANT'

CAB LOTS OF ORANGES & GRAPE
Largest ear lot handlers In Chicago. Members National L
missioner Merchants, the boet recommendation a house can
our Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, about us. j
trade paper about us. Your inteftets are ours. Got in tou
live people. Write for etamp that will get you car load r
on your mall sahipaonts.
.M. GEORGE & COMPANY
NO. o 80. WATER S *T. -- -- --CI- -


I. J. P. Bishop, John
Preasidot


S. Flake, H. T.
Treasurer.


.. J. Bishop Comn


COOMMISXON MRIC A]
IMPOiRTERI AND EXPORTERS
riS Department: Foreign Depa
81 Beach Stret. S' Will
NIIW YORK.


N PARK PLACE,


(Establilhed 1863)


I~


rtment: iin
t HOT AND COLD

--- BATES.

She Made a Name For Him.
Mrs. j enham-Many a man owes
bl success In life to his wife.
SB hanti--Yes, Adam would never
SI ave been beard from It Eve hadn't
s I given him the apple.--Smart Set.


mthlo Conipal


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SO. I ie LJGD IB
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hantes C
UCB. 5 MERC
Domes to price
33 Washinglit Street
We Give Special
Fruits ar
N Quotations and
TS Upon
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Co.e, H.W. KU
OUR SPI
OOD FR JND; Florida Orange,
THE NATION-
R RESPON8i, Veg
OF COMMiS. g
pmpRRSNCE; 43 & 45 Eighteenth
OUlJ PINAN; 4 &
N |, Pittsb


. START YOU
of oranges and grapefruit to us
make a specialty of P. 0. .
outlet is unlimited. Get in tot
et money. L. C. L. lots have o,
NEW YOK W. E. JC
aI Agencies; Bonded Commi
22 S. Charles St.,
'Members National League C<
Members Intern;

FRUIT
.ague of Com. CHARLES KUPPERBUSCH,
have. Write
Ask any fruit
ch with good, PALATKA, FLA.
ate of freight
EUROPEAN

NICAGO, ILL.
Cadenas.
Secretary..

pany __"_ _

FURNISHED
KTS ...ROOMS...


~-.- -. - -."- .Y U* - W~


RTZ 6 CO.
ECIALTIES,
s, Grapefruit and


tables.
St.


urg, Pa,


Wanted


Shippers "of oranges and grapefruit
to get In touch with Britton & Cog-
gin, commission merchants, Norfolk,
Va. Reference: National Bank ol
Commerce, Seaboard Bank. We are
In no way connected with any other
firm here. Write us today.

Not All of Them.
A Washington man, while visitlitn
a friend's place in Virginia, hecaine
mueh interested in his experiments
in fruit culter. One day the plae,
was making the rounds of the place,
being in charge of the friend's young
daughter of ten, who act-d as guide.
"This tree seems to be loaded with
apples." observed the Washingtonian.
"Yes, sir," assented the little girl,
"father says this is a good year for
apples."
"I1 am glad to hear that," said the
visitor. "Are add your trees as full of
apples as this one?"
"No, sir," explained the girl., "only
the apple trees."-The Interior.
No Flattery for Him.
"My tombstone ought to tell tne
truth," He said. Folks thought him
daffy, because he wished an epitaph
Devoid of opItaffy.-Kansaa City
Time.


A.


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MISSION

HANTS


Attention to FP
id Vegetables.
Stencils furnh
Application.
mom*Uomo


1804 Pike St.


'R NEXT CAR
if you want good results. We
B. sales and work all markets. Our
ich with us. We can make you
ur best care.

)NES CO.
ssion Merchants.
Baltimore, Md.
omn)mislon Merchants, U. 8.
national Apple Shippers' Association.


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for the beset ofthe readers" 0
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vw~ompr Is'gtheomrles w USma.mm
A easot of thlesiset~
Onastb1m op eb
a stowAse1 ith,
ka asaBte* rch beds 69pos
OWAO puleatisAn ,smr M
sdasoilwhi sklvWshlre
tothe 4trWlsWtoc sfthei
Vd" for ON
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There Is e tarrh to this st
t .t .the eeomtry than all Me dits.,
- "t o -sthar, sad aUnl the lat
low Ymss w sbe l
ahle. pfr a steat mast arn d
poeamee it a leaodias, e
ireesribe' Iean eOeWNss, and by *1
$ta*ty ftaan to ear with local treat
ate, proou.seedf t Inerable. De.$

mtU eaee d e **te si -o.
calim .Nsomnd mle--farn sA l
itetimelty ol tahe lmid Iat U a'
e"arM e. tams- e ey
frome it droll toe- fesa tfoUL It
&aof direcUy s the bled -M Mu.
v mft s of the o TeM. They
4 bne hundred *qlate tfor any
cm it fans tocre. Ssmd for *Jr.
cuteals ad teeUMtlDoalw.I
Mdress r F. J. CHENET & CO, To-
ledo Ohio.
Sold by Drugglsts. 7e.
Take raWs emr tilts for oast.
patom. t


Law to Pretet g--yev H Seen
Tampa, Ensleand
mapales, orgaealed l f atthe
stats of tnorimd, au d, -t froe
wetm a aa *k hs" be"s
Sertta nl ai le r salw
that e ay Ioaseee ae utteryIr worth


i eat wule lo pVsewlag
wear the resuts la oed forem them by




tm umlntwids the aen adveri
v ewy ajstuan the persona writ

whareverra eltlire to ale 6fan
learn if the land company has say
busineass tadilag i the uualty
whir* Imads ue Mepted to be
C -Iel T. M. Wier otTampa as
s t m up with Govornaor
r dt ha go#es a aor asa to
ict that a ame ssisof the
la4r. be SU *e prevde a
tommake It Nasol to cheat


" Rie Mon' Ifts Are Poeor
beide th": "I ia.se oa 1s VOm
oe. p *Iua*
00 haa lo$to wfi wrees Mn.
0.' huMm 4 9, V l C4" ,. N.
T, I esaeer wooe w has
hNOW
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bwt li but p o i
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bY lamdi 1tloa"-hk'sberiln g wn
doctors- ieew$e Iwoe d t e ft m ese
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IAto lls, and writes they whoilY. 4lt-
ed tbln. They a Ir costly tion, of b
oam ss, sick headache. stOmanh, lr.
or,,erWy Wiaid B. Powel bles. 2r6r







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at W. Rwle.
Alone In aw Mill at MIdnight
neadful of dampaeas, draft, dora
Or old, W. J. Atkins worked as Blght
-a-caaaan at Banner sorl, Tmaa.
$sUh exposure save haim a esoaresd
lthat s e a e his lunm. At last he
had to iwVe up work. He tried may
remalses, but all failed tIb he ued
Dr. Kiag's New Discovery. "After
"lag oae bottle," he writes, "I went
back as*week a well as ever.'4 6e
vere eolds, stubborma eagha, slalm'
Sthroats, and sore lungs, bemom.
rha wev" mad whoopta oesogh get
,ul Wlof sad pr- from
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the t a ImM ad t rt'itht hIeb
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~edg t 'to drop, or even theW fruit
afteIt is p leke. -The planat.pathof
det of the' auueI heated
tatoer t Galt e 0 i iO stdyfa "the
diseased ad anftes sIowes o end
him p -e1m of diseased Wrpea t it-
fforgest Med tangeres, deiaing p t
got spoftem .from as na. serlmea
ties a t potb that he ao darnse
blahise thoroughly an deterls the
proper treatment- rowerse lav t-
'ed to communicate with him for ftr
their InfiIation and suggestions as
to this new fee.
**"Prort Meade has foustd an eepve
way to ohee the rvagat hu g-
amoe.. Under the new ord -nane
when the por allure wed to rn
at. lP^6wt streets and yard
o that cty, they are drive n Into the
V'ettlWy &pri Ad d to the butcb-
em at a 4.1'r W aPd.
OThe brW ebpaay orgaaixed to
uaild a r oVer the Mo Sa4a
r at the city of Manatee purpess to
raise Ma seiatie sok am W-W 4*
$365,000. The south approach to ths*
bridge and the large wharf adt ack.
lg house aIve bees sMp oIM n qte for a moath.
*"Although eabreee has suffered
hotels, the alarenim. ad the COWS-s
nades, the too"ot nSsdaotMfar 1 1 .*
of accommedation. eabreer has a
blare smbe smerrA htels wi whet.
the sojourner will sad abonadnt oom
fort.
**Nover before In the ,torsy o yt4r
Ida h there been moh anlbt of
ettlens andr lavestors lat the Nate
as at preeat, adt they arw ,1nnem
l puts of 4 ofna. d t It
Sth. p11 la wfl aoWbf wtt=
the aeot si or or ght years. No
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man can hold her ows.
Husband-M-yes, paYps she can;
bot she never does.-Harvard Lam-
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Toe Wide a Margin.
A New Jersey dog catcher clalmi
to have' bee bite between 5,004
apd 6.000 times.
Of eo*me some men are incltone
to be eareles about Awrea, ad rel
N would esem as it do ebtes should
Estimated with l-eemr aw raeey.
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The Geol ef LoMf .
That the oOet of livt baI In-
epma4ed the wageerer persists laI
'bosetvlg. le isa eosare4 in part
bw army OtatdsS tDued th last
alemr. the ratios per soldier in
vp day. Te ma0 fisureo
Sopw ir 1*L. and orved
a 4" f, s ot p man tor il10
be tr "oiOe p day, and the
+PaU S t e year eada4s
j se mi1, wich a been speed
Ssrw bei"a pampered with
is 1&0 ,-t_. s "-Anthi s Wi
ea lving? The r"a mRa
Saepbi lr the pathe-
Cal 0goo vea top of e rablons
Selftalaton aene. If it costs Un
da eh1u .t e"ats a. day to feed
q|h seolder, how can a man feed,
-athe. iNae, aud *ed! te a family
S d rto r or ve chbtlare n $10 or
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Wretched woman you
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SgW 0 vWiit. oarrieN away
h hp trtaU token which
Sbostes ves every toen of oar.
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latel. p e ea the
sei at 2 6 eln east t
1 A hotld wanest lft
oefth& Atilae of dy meet sat the
pite,, 04 e meettas place of aIM the
WA m a sitting -h the
avw WstheMastlel point rit
nae hima woele be t nall twety.
four home at once. Or a twest"four
waste h laced on the p ol could be
tdes to potat to tle correct time i
eery part of the world. There used
to be something of an approximation
to thIt the eUtrome north of Nor-
way, vere the degrees of longitude
euNselrt9-. sUl recent dat. Cap
tale of torwegin ooastla school.
ene will tell you how Inconvenient
It wa to changer bewee the time
of Hollad at Bergen sad that of
reto at the orth Cape. while cor.
Woet loa time was maintained. Gen-
eral fforw~e time became landis
Masdial-1adeoa Chrirocle.
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VU"N"y Twe Are Other ymptoms
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Pala In the back is pain In the kld-,
sne, to most cases, and It points to
the heed of a special remedy to re-
lieve and care the congestion or In-
ftammation of the
B kidneys that Is In-
terferlna with their
work and causing
B that pain that makes
6Bu may: "Oh. my
back I"
Henry Gullatl. of
Greensboro. Ga.,
says: "Two years
ago kidney disease
fastened Itself on
me. I had awful
dizzy spells, head-
aches and urinary
Irregularities. My
beck was weak and tender. I began
using Doan's Kidney Pills and found
qutck relief. I was soon restored to
complete good health."
Remember the name-Doan's. old
by all dealers. SO eents a box. Foe7
er-MiNburn Co., Buffalo N. TY.
cuador ezorts about 30.000 tons
uf Vetelble Ivory annually, of which
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Iagrlsm re m prind em iwppeon. It ias ii wI- iePet
mettrms. Its every Iagredilt is edomsed by the Iledes ti eM e eeheelof
medlelme. Dom t seept a eoret soetrm as a substote for tdhis tmeproevs
remedy oe anowN cousroeme. As vYouna mmmonuo. They mU t hnow of
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The Swo pmatPeles he had I y r eoatpaft ea of eomtamed MaaSIl Iver. All
wr nla ue ad Uve on a erek 0 yare from my aerp Themea smwreof thso
meatl ada. their tlmpemtore lansg rom 100 to 04 The doetorshad tried every-
thagnla vs. ipeoaded them tolet tee mty haeM s Teale. I rleoved all tSe ra*-
ed maatOer aMd etd mooeiaf' e o et t a plai settle a Y relar ipalP t e-
Iseets altreesvesawasImmed laa perman. Thb reoovred rapidly amd e
wawe -o rarmi Sel Ieverl e aBIIUrT.
WmO NS M JoMoNU' e NULL a PV. TIO 49., S-e. eae- O,.

noms people oret that wben they
are no oer children they vhoula
give up the habits of childhood.
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"You bet she is. tNever eostets
her varets publlely, no matter what
the eaDnleat of the ease mayor e.--
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SO IP D A frut and vegetables than ever before, and have.the facilities for
SUuR FLORIDA BUSINESS
*R VO D~ A DUSJI S ]Mk 4doiln so. We shall maintain branch offices during the season at
SOrando, Sanford and Miami, and we desire to solicit herwith a
l TRw slect account s of both fruits and vegetables, until our amplo-
| y1f Hlen A NU^,JI O F UrAmo t has been reached. We are also opening a branch oleos I
uWashington, D. C., for diversion of car lets, and anything comsa-
ed to us at Potomac Yards will be given the beneft ofsuch attes
Stio a will be put tla markets that will pay the most meo to the well-known breads which we handle. We a.rnot lat.g Id
0 I &ers t. o. b. or n trtst buslwm, but f ofri M thes lutloes to our shippers simply rotection against possible
Am ad IW prim c ewhk might preval In the Now York mx% T service will be high class In every p ularwi at
I l t or wlio ws O lMn I u0 Ms of a regular supply of high class business, such as we a dW.
whic f thletst tre t a*. dume at w ults, a e uaMd ad never will be by any other.
S_ ppot0al of ma @=4 ao0e of the wellUnowm acmnts which we handle, which ,ill be another fact worthy of your
-t O*M0 g- pea -- _. haang, Dde City Vegetable Company, unaybrook Gardens, the Grand Junction Fruit Irowem' AuSoclaO )m.-
irm Platation WilliM Brother larporated, Willamst
* tW. 0. O (lOer, a B. 6 JL. A Meadows Company, Van Do
- 0. W. Trask. the WUnman Trck rowers As.. ROWERS, SHIPPERS AND AS-
Lt e -Mere Ooaty rrt Growers* Assoclaton, tae Buftle
I W A, verl e (a SO80CIATIONS WHOSE BUSINrESS
6 Dsl one e .t5 p aae. O"rAn e Uates Oern A. 0.
0.1 Lweby, ONOa t. W. Chamber, t., WE HOLD.
i 9et nI l djlali fa9r p to state t that e above a
owe their Ma asI to reMeset thea, ad to coatnU to repreet them, Is the highest possible compua
S1 Sa to"e Plda' U g IgpW both od d ad aew, that we coaster t a oempilOent and a pleasure to be tr rw
m.o $ d MM e e4 W eaos t a nse to merit their oaundea during a season which holds forth its probMeauns
Ah"IanOW he. 6 llm bye avalin 011e's sel of such fiellitle as we oer, based by rich expertise a3d
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e above sigaldfeas t title stands for a great deal, not so much in theory as in practice. We are going to state a few -b -
because ftets, uke Aigures, doat li, but stand for something, and we have somethii to state that O Pwve
t SaorM fndtt at vegeta te rows and shppers.
La ha5 we Iadled apprttMstoly ItOO packages of lorlds fruit and 224,000 packages of Florda vegetables. To .afv ae
th p -esMsfuly 3 M thats tha 4L a baeis to work on which must spell SUOCESS or else we could not keep thatM b4e0s, aeR
*al4d ae hatled 00 b Ga enomous u~StltR of fruit and produce, If we had not made good during a long seri esof hart
years. The time for the beamircting of a high and heooratlME.ai
T n IP ~ nv rn SHIPPERnS lnu. soh as the commission business, by slander am by `I- b,
ALdZJLlAJ ZtJ~i I.DATlTJCKIX BU 1 E S through the medium of misunderstanding, milsspprekela n" d aga
ALLIANCES BETW EEN SHIPPERS las,". --".thec o. .. =.. .
noraneo. is largely past, and the future holds forth a N W 1RA of
N COIMMISSI N EN RO W ING understanding, proper recognition and complete appreciation; ad
SAND CMiA IOO JElt W A every lay sees new alliances formed, between the shipW.0 amd the
oommusalen men of a lasting, permanent and satlIsfatory .atre.
We will cite a case of rest cmSMee w)o wS tea4 t ilutrte Our coatestio. that the fault ha. n't been so much withthhe iea-
Slsm ma as with the swerw, a&d bat if proper I e f weoe taken by the grower to locate himself properly there would seldom
be dIsappontment upon his patL
The other day one of our trae t sprentatyv wa Florida, and took a ride Into the country in an automobile with a San-
tieasm & w la sIn the W a utotobles, and who apparently was a man of good standing and of intelligence and good
butee es senae. I the eOUr se atc a oWur lpPestative was asked by this gentleman what was the nature of his business, and, re
pl ang that he was a oommlssla a "e told by this getlemA n that he was sorry to hear it, because our representative seemed to
his to be a very decent ort of a U9 IW kwow!l 4 at be did that all commission men were d- scound i.ls and thieves, he was disp-
pointed. Bea8 ased why this w as I m stated that hp had had an experience which completely satisfied him on that
ser ; that a 'few yeaN previous e iW had a few kndred boxes
Of *rMag to dispo of, sad he sad his hbers bg approach. GROWERS SHOULD KNOW COM-
od by a man who olatmed to be la the commission business, they all
treqd to dispose of their fruit to this man so the basis of go 1ITQCTfNT ME W TH W HOM THEY
t advance, md what"er else the t r ht MISSION MEN WITH WHOM THEY
ar of te fact that erms" *ro worth that year t least $1.5 A
4pe on the tree. The sft t was shipped; the Msoalled oommis xAL
stof man climbed Into his airship and Bitted; and that was the end
of It. But each one of the fruit growers In the deal thereby swore that this man being a commission man, it necessarily followed that
qll commission men were thieves and rascals Our representative then asked him whether he or his neighbors had ever heard of this
man or the firm he was Mspposed to represent, mad was answered: "No." He then asked him If any of those growers looked up the
fnaMcial standing f this frm at their local bank, sad was answered: "No." Then he asked him if any Inquiries had been made of
ether rowers, or whether say letter were wroIen to any ef the frutt trade papers, and was answered: 'No." Now, here is an Illustra.
ion of what oo'd'tlos have been in the apt to a vey large etOnt. On the other hand, growers who haie had an eye to the marketing of
their fruit, as well as to the growlag of it, have seldom experience any difficulty in connecting with hoLses in the various markets who
*ere specIalists 'l their liS, and who could ghw and have given complete and ample. satisfaction.
& house, to be an Ideal one &a a grower's s-point, ought not only to be well rated financially, but one of long experience, unquee-
tlonable stadla, a member of the leeal and NatIt trad ANeaMtions, and a specialist in its line. All this we claim to be. We have
had twelve years e ripe and roh experen, and uring all ths time we have made our great specialty Florida fruits and vegetables.
Our rating I Bradstreet ad Dona u is 75,000to ,000 first grade. Wooupy a six-story building and basement ourselves. We own our owa
tracks ad horses and stable, Whi eV run as a separate department, and which In all cases means immediate deliveries. We are a
member of the lose Fruit and Produc Assocat, rhants' Association, National League of Commission Merchants and of the lnto
national Apple Shippers' Assooiate Q Our buaes is o pto l depyrtmoatied, with the best man at head of each department that mesy
"na precure Thee men are responsible for *e bustno s that pasMes through their department, and are paid accordingly. They are
all specialIts, and have spent thk* business lie la business. As regards Florida fruit, we are prepared to sell .from the stores
here the best of facilities a offered, eh O& loo ti am, le space, a cooling room with a capacity of 5,000 boxes, a room,
which, by the way, cost 0 8,$00 to butid, ad a spledldly orgaied trce of store salesmen. Or at auction, which business is bandied
by aseparate dert t, resided eer by a cti speealist, who has his own force of assistants hired on a salary basis.
Beyond all this, we give to our b6snes an Individual attention a push. a knowledge and an experience that means the difference be.
tweea a house of high standings which aims to handle lorida bsuslne, and a house of the same standing, like ourselves, that makes a
specialty of such business. W* ae the sole representative, or the sole representatives In our market, or the representatives of seores
apd hundreds of the biggest, most important, most reliable and best known growers, shippers and growers' organizations in the country.
We keep this, business we don't lose it, and the fat that we do keep it should be sufficient proof that we are members of an honorable
calling and are able to completely stistfy such clients. .


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Mw, after a eoure of trestmat at Dr.
ades' fanltartus, be no longer craves
o dope," hbi drawn and distorted mbe
to bestralghtesed b a operation whieh
t oetorm have every hope wil be suooae-
Wl, and tn a few ore week he will some
out of the Hosptal a well maW to
throw awayh cr and to make more
poney than he could ever earn by eUling
Papers on a corner.
A few weeks ao White was carried to the
dy Hospital, aiee to the Presbyterian
epal, bf la AUtoaus refused to moeept
hum deoletarg he was laeorable, nothing
be done for him. Meoretary Joo Lo.
ai. of the Aaso ?ated Charities, telephoned
SDr Starase about him, he agreed to take
of the morphine, and an operation would
talghteou him outso he oould *an a living.
s tis now thoroughly poured of the Morphine
&aQit, and is ready to undergo the opera-
yon. The good etlisens of At!anta must
contribute *?5. to pay for the braces and
ppianaees, which will be necessary for Mr.
Witte to wear after the l operation. The
hospital and doctors cannot furnish these
W461 free of charge, and the factory pur-
Sto make them at cost and to donate
Sprofita for ths charitable cause
Ia eurlag this apparently hopeless scae.
1 en highly recommend to the public Dr.
W. A. Btamra' Sanitarium as one of Atlaa-
ta's most beseflolal Insftutloss, and we
Sond him for the ood that he is doing
=humaty and to so y throughout our
thiand.
The future is always bright to the
opUtmIst.
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A brave heart goes through dark
ways safely, while the timid suc.
cubs to fear.



The smile of cheer and comrade-
ship sl oftentime of greater aid than
cold ach.
Rheuimtlsm Cared in a Day.
Dr. Ptehop's Relief for Rheumatism and
liraleia er ycurin I to 3 day. Its
on Removes cauth e
aad d e qut dton PntI doe
-fret, bcecftu. Io, and l. A druggtte
An electric wagon with a platform
supported by a strong telescope tow
Ser, I used Ia New York etty yfo
Steaming and repairing the strie
'la1 s a upoUndd hish above dO
-Y lo fuare.
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b Bey 4 Iatease Itch c Mamaors
e a od Cme ia C eum.
Our I, two year old, was eted
with a rash. After he s rWed with the
ble several weeks I took him to the
cr, butt worse. The n ash ran to-
Sead Iseage blistes. The little
"It dda't want to do bat
Sath and we had to wmp had up
m. hikan tae frm tearg the Seoh open
the blood would rm. The iteahg was
b.tase, The skia on his back became hard
Ske the bark-on a tree. Be
feritd l seely for about three mths.
a I feud a remedy la nOaticura Soao and
rs C wa Olatmet. The result wa alost
pag nles. That was more than two yea
S and2 tee has not been the sih tei
Iifo t do h be was Cured. W.
Yukon, Oka., Aus. O and Sept.
i." Potter Drug CaeA Corp., Sole
Io4 e abems di MASS.
W WOrluMWT Or AL,.
W5Is. ?ia-Don't fussy things of.
In U t theBselves to a person?
faI m shi oul say they d&
d M i Mibhimtself to me,
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I A CMANGO OP NAME.
Hie ued to call her darling
In the days of long ago;
heo was so plain and modest,
And he adored her so.
That was before she'd traveled.
And bought twelve hats per yea
He used to call her darling,
But now he calls her dear.
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NEARLY OVER.
"You seem to be sticking pretty
close to business these days."
"Well, I need the relaxation. The
baseball season is a terrible strain
On a man."-Washington Star.


OF' COURaSB.
"Why can't a woman campaign?
Why can't she hold other women
spellbound? She has two chances to
Impress her audience where a man
has one."
"What are they?"
"Her oratory and her gowns."-
Louisville Courier-Journal.

LOOK IT UP.
"I'll never hire another high-brow
press agent."
"What's the matter, Miss Foot.
lites?"
"He describes my costumes as be-
ing exiguous. He may mean well,
but the Broadway crowd doesn't car-
ry dictionaries."-Loulsville Courier-
Journal.

A TRUE PHILOSOPHER.
"I wish I were eligible to join one
of these patriotic sons of something."
"Too bad you're not."
"Still, if my ancestors hadn't al
ways taken to the woods in time of
warfare, I might not be here."-
Louisville Courier-Journal.
HOW.
"It seems queer that she ever took
a fancy to him. He Isn't at all the
kind of man one would expect her to
admire."
"I know; bout he always had a way
of noticing It when she happened to
have on a new hat or a gown that
had just come from the dressmak-
er's."--Chicago RecordfHerald.
A WHOLESALER.
"Now let me tell you about my oth-
er troubles."
"My friend, you ought not to waste
time trying to tell people about your
troubles."
"What do you mean?"
"You ought to issue a catalogue."
-Washington-Herald.
A QUICK FINISH.
"Have you finished enumerating
the things you won't do?" inquired
Mrs. Housekeep.
The prospective cook admitted that
she had.
"Then perhaps you'll specify the
things you can't do. Then I can
tell if we can get along together."
The prospective cook decided right
there that they couldn't.-Louisville
Courter-Journal. I


WHITHER ARE WE DRIFTING?
"Something recherche In wed-
dings."
"How now?"
"A recent bride, Instead of a
shower bouquet, held her divorce de-
ere aIn her hand."-Louisville Cour-
ier-journal.
RATHER FLAT.
"I wish I could think up something
new In the way of a football story."
"Why not have the pme end In a
tie? Games in real life sometimes
do, you know."-Louisville Courier-
Journal.
NOTICED IT?
"The horse laugh Is going out of
polite society."
"And Instead?"
"We have the automobile smile of
superiority."-Louiaville CourierJour.


ONE TnUT A"t. ,
Thistalk about wote betg a '
able to keep a secret is all noaaese,"'
remarked the man with the tngrow.
lng hair. .
"What do you know about it ?"rA. Pgj-l
queried the skeptical person. a U=S


OUR EASTERN POLICY.
Knickor-What Is our policy with
China?
Bocker-The open door and the
shut mouth.-New York Sun.
EASY.
"She got angry with me because I
paid her a compliment."
"Well, you ought to have known
how to make her good natured
again."
"How ?"
"By paying her i few more."-
Chicago Record-Herald.


SUNSPOTS AND THI WEATHER.
Electrons Discharged Cause Thun-
derstorms and Gloomy Days.
The cause of the recent magnetic
storm which disturbed magnetic in-
struments and the telegraph service
over a large part of the earth's sur-
face, and was In many places accom-
panied by brilliant aurora, has, by
a fairly general consent, been con-
sidered as bound up in some way
with the Intense activity on the sun's
surface at the time. At Greenwich
Observatory photographs were obtain.
ed of an Immense sunspot, which, al-
though not the largest on record, had
an area of 600,000 square miles, or
about three times the surface of the
globe.
I The connection between sunspots
and weather has not received the
same attention as that between sun- I
spots and magnetic storms, and is
not so clear, although there are many
points In the theory which accounts
for sunspots which seem to suggest
a possible Influence upon weather.
Sunspots are evidences of solar ra-
dio-activity, and electrons are shot off
at extremely high velocities. If any
of these electrons enter the earth's
atmosphere they might not only ac-
count for magnetic storms, but also
for rain and thunder storms and sun-
less days.
Electrons, it Is known, form nuclei
for the condensation of moisture, and
hence upon entering the atmosphere
It is quite possible that they are
therefore instrumental in forming
clouds, which screen off the sun and
produce cold and cheerless days.
Furthermore, not only clouds but ac-
tual downpourings of rain might fol-
low. Indeed, it is almost, difficult
to see how such effects would not In-
evitably follow when these electronic
"!rges occur.
Moreover, it must be pointed -out,
that such affects may be quite Inde-
,endent of magnetic storms, though
these would probably occur when the
electronic discharges reached a cer-
tain pitch. The effects would differ
In different places and at different
times, just as the effects of a mag-
netic storm vary in different parts of
the globe.
These considerations give color to
the suggestion that electronic dis-
charges from the sun may play a
more Intimate part in the distribu-
tion of weather on the earth than has
hitherto been admitted.-London
Dally Mail.

Farmers As Financiers.
Who says the farmer is not a fln-
ancier? 41e is eating oleo at 18 cents


a pound and selling his butter at 28.
Mr. Ultimate Consumer, of town,
might get a valuable pointer from
this fact. Now, If some one will In.
vent an equally good artificial meat
the farmer can live on his divi-
dends, while the chumps in the city
who insist on the real thing will con.
tinue to pay the freight.-Bingham.
ton Republican.

The Dallas News finds that the ex
perlenced man It hardly ever willing
to tell just what he paid for his.
WastingAhrat you can't get, to the
ChlbaeO News, is about as much fun
as gettlag what you don't want.


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enjoyments of the Air.
Do those who soar in airships these
fall de" enjoy the atmosphere mort
than those who walM the. land and
follow the hedgerows? Will aerial
tours in the soft autumnal senses,
when the airship comes Into general
use, magnify the delights of October
weather? It Is to be doubted, rath-
er it is to be denied. Lot aerialists
paint as they will the light and shade
effects upon the clouds of the sun
as they lcok from their baskets upon
the vaporous shapes. But cannot the
earth wanderer gaze upward and get
at least a substantial portion of the
beauties of cloud weaving In threads
of amber. of purple and gold? Is this
all that the upper atmosphere means
to those who tread and untracked
pathways of the wind? What else re-
mains. when the earth has passed
out of the field of vision? Dearth.
monetomy, unmeaning and unguided
notion that cannot be detected save
by the swish of the air currents, when
oone knows not whether he Is as*
cending higher or going lower only
as he consults special Intruments.-
Baltimore American.
A Promising Son.
"Jasper Claude," remarked his exil
eat parent. "why Is It that you ngvoe
remember to say those simple littit
words, 'Thank you'?" "I expect," re
plied Jasper Claude, the future prld4
of the Corps Diplomatique, "I eope
that It's because I don't never
things enough for me to practlg
with, pop."-London Globe.

RESULTS OP FOOD
Health and Natural Conditions Come
From Right Feeding.

Man, physically, should be like a
perfectly regulated machine, each
part working easily in its appropriate
place. A slight derangement causes
undue friction and wear, and fro*
quently ruins the entire system.
A well known educator of Doston
found a way to keep the brain aad
the body in that harmonious eo-opeo.
nation which makes a joy of living.
"Two years ago," she writes, "beo.
Ing tn a condition of nervous exhauha
tion, I resigned my position as teach
er, which I had held for over forty
ye p. Since then the entire rest has,
of ours, been a benefit, but the use
of Grape-Nuts has removed one great
cause of Illness In the past. namely,
oonstipatlon, and Its attendant evils.
"I generally make my entire break.
fast on a raw egg beaten Into four
spoonfuls of Grape-Nuts, with a little
hot milk or hot water added. I like
It extremely, my food assimllates, and
my bowels take care of themselves.
I find my brain power and physlca
endurance much greater and I know
that the use of the Grape-Nuts has
contributed largely to this result.
"It Is with feelings of gratitude
that I write this testimonial,and trust
It may be the means of aiding others
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a6" mlVm lay a d' ,
S I, oroe s ei. eld and u him compalos
wwaly bead a uring nsobe,
,.,.BBB "" Bt' -S[ if asgo ha.e tremble like
l nmo is r may theot leans I a strWes a; and the bo "
W Jtoe c ry#thought surely hisb ad wasne ar aos
Wa' i* L i awudl palt he shut hti e*ye tigt and begas to
S b. pray.
Suddenly he heard a sweet volce
aMeo evwerylag I did at his side, and looking up he beheld
NWRe o loOk hoM to me; a lovely maiden smiling on him.
Sia toe, g tore my walis "Where am I." cried Berthold, "a6n
Sl an' skJan d my knee. where are my friends, the bare, the
fox and the bear?"
e a cn ld *risthaeto, an' lost "At your service!" cried a gruff
SA eanast to oet up 6e&d, voice! "Command me. master, 1 will
rI. l the spelling e'es I left be your faithful servant for ever.
A lettr o at of "dead. more." The boy beheld a fat cook
before him.
SAn' that o' lump prowed, an' I says "And I will be your housekeeper,"
"V pe If my maw should die said a middle-aged sharp-faced wo.-
S lght new, na' me a4leavia' her man, bowing low.
. Tbot kIdlsn' her goodby." "But my animal friends-where
-. are thor?" asked the bewildered Ber-
- 10oI That's the loanse' morning' thold.
*At I ever spent, I know, "I was the hare," shyly salB the
-' ft e ed like mor'n fftyayear beautiful maiden; "the wicked slant
Were It was time to go. cast a spell over me, which was lifted
Only by his death. Will you protect '3
ASn never mind what happened pe?" q
When I seen my maw, but I "With my whole strength," Uad un-
Ust bet I won't so 'way no more der his breath he murmured, "with d
"Thout kissing' bar goodbr. my love." C
"- "I was the fox." said the sharp. I
"ONCE UPON A TIME." faced bousekeeper; "I, too, was be.
Once upon a time there lived a witched." e
MmB who spent all his la time la "The horrid giant changed me Into t
helping oters, but when his end a bear!" cried the servant, "and but V
rew near and bhi wealth becapie for your kipdness this morning we I
diminished, his friends forsook him, would all have been shot." a
&d he died unmourned by all except Then the cook got busy preparing h
it one son. The boy was a promli- the banquet: the housekeeper manag- b
IS lad, and the folk of the town ed bhe house, while Berthold and the f
wished to renew their, trlendh0ip maiden pledged their troth, which b
with him, but he would hb none of was the beginning of a long life of y
it. "No," he cried "you deserted my happiness for them both.-Philadel- al
her ina the hour of need, so I do phis Ledger.
S want aur friendship. I hay -. I
Iealtb and strength and my trusty IN THR BAGOAGO ROOM. ft
n -. end leStang the doors of his There was a large pile of luggage r
bea$ against his fellow men, he in the baggage room awaiting tranM. A
t lth to seek hisa frtuno portatlon. Several hours silence tU
On the road he met haar reigned, and then on a sudden a deep ei
S eolb" he said, U"il eat you 1fr a sigh was beard over In one corner. p
W r." and level his guan he wa I qqeed to come from a large sar- Isi
'heut to Aeot when the base s a b"lt op tru that s pod there. It was o
pight on hisb nd lega and plead. q pateeip a asig that the Sympa-
:. * /. thetti ult Case itading by Inquir9d
"Please, master, spare my life and as to the reason for It
nll be of seviee to you."' "What's the matter, Sara?" la ask. h
The youth laughed. .4 kindly. rF
"Very well. follow meo.' ad togeth-. "I am very much worried," replied
r they entered the forget the Saratoga. "I'm right afraid I m
"By w tfit, a taol" cried the s be busted before I set to the -_
bo, "I'll need your hide for a pll. end of my journey." dr
ew.1" "Really? That's too bad," said the
"Pleas, master, let me be your Suit Ca(e. "Wbhat akee you feel rui
s1lav. Let me lie to help you." that Wayt"
"Very well. Follow baind the "i was strapped before I started," r
hre" ad the thee wore oon te the the Iatop.
toek of the orest. Under a tree "Oh well, never mtld," said the I
a huge bear, and the boy again klndly 9uU Cae. "If the worst comes r
IMsd his gun to ax hia prey, when to worst you can get your check casn-I .
apie the animal spoke. .*
._ te elie. l aknow the rod to "How's everything over in London, pa
^^fiS -d m ar* asked the HIat Box. a few
'^lew n," said the boy, Berthold .wameAw la*r, agdreasqa the Stea-
name d the odd proquslon r Trunk. Io
miO to a catle aded by ou hae I know?" returned
li. to own that t e STruk. "!.v.* eve
't.yj --. __ -_ "B~t you have a Hotel Gestropole i
S'! b1ub 4," awswerod the label on ur back," Haid the Hat/
1*11 fi p s the mea*t" 8i. t-
IgglB t mthey vWe ever, aad "We..l wai o It," demanded
"e 6 r a oT ou, lock ,
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'eook at hat pee. u*li*s U
ver there -d yu ever aO me i
ridleulou looking oedt"* jeed the
t64ir Trunk eyoteg a4- pIE I
"pu pat*ag do
"4 do you think yeso" wga,
presd re
"Bag t" s aifed **e mailers
box, serstally.
"I have fust got behk from abroad."
said a Haughty Oladstoe Bag, lean-
ing gracefully against the wall and
hbowlag ome fnclinatlen to look down
upon his companlme.
"You deot w any algas of It,"
laughed the goeSature od t Ofa"
"I should say et," etort"d the
Glmdstone. "You don't catch me al-
lowing myself to be pasted all over
with hotel advertleements."
"It would be a pretty toa& lIbel
that would get stuck on you, anyhow,
I guess," grinned the Suit Case.
And just then the Baggage Smash-
or came In and threw them all out.-
ATE MA*' PIES AL'D FLED.
A boa, who looked barely nine
years old, stopped his wheel to in-
Quire of Farmer Abram Adams, who
was working In the field on the Cam-
len pike, how far it was to New York
City. Before. Adams answered the
boy fell In a swoon.
Taken Into the house he was reviv-
ed and Adams, suspicious, "pumped"
he- youngster, who confessed that he
vas a runaway, and had been on the
o since four o'clock In the morning.
nd did not know In what direction
e war steering. He bad left home
because his mother had whipped him
or eating five pies, y~bich ahe had
aked for a family gathering. The
oungster bad had nothing to eat
Since last night.
The boy said his name was Johnny
Mrly and his parents lived two miles
oam Columbus, on the Bordentown
sad, about ten miles from Beverly.
dams hitched up his team and took
he runaway home. The grlef-strick.
a parents were overjoyed at the
rodigal's return, and his mother said
he would bake more plea.-Inter-
cean.


DO YOU KNOW?


What animal has been the main
ero of fable writers in all ages?-
oz.
What animal builds Lts house of
ud, in conical form, two feet high,
Ith an entrance Under water and a
y sleeping room above?-Muskrat.
What animal Is the"tallest of all
minanta?-Girafoe.
The you~q of what leaping animal
e carried 4nd nouri-hed in a peuch
on the mother's body?-Kangaroo.
What reptile, by Its power and tmie,
lea the rivers bo the South?--Oroco
e.
WIat Inaset Is said to be the oldest
per manufacturer Ina the worldT?-

What qua4rAped, living In the cold
rth, Is much sought after because
Its skin?-Polar Bear.
Which is the most useful of all 40
etio animals?-Cow.
The band leos of what small ere4.
re are oosidered a great delicacy I

it ai" l In Mexico o" rrie
*t Wad water for the natives a,
sports men over dizsy helotos--
rro.
What anmal navwr walks. but la.
hooks 1it laws pOVr a Umb and
Ssee trob rasnO to borach of a
e o Phatea Laedr.
A SLYW O0.
Ye brought trom Scotland a collie
Dut six monthly old, He was allow.
to be with us at the breakfast
"e, but never to hM fad Ina e din.
Voom. TTa rule w4 astrtetl1 4.
d4 by my daoughw. I w the
r emea U 0 4, over
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How He Know.
In an assault and batted cae
tried in Cleveland court te proseo-
cuting witness testified at length that
the defendant had knoeaed him
senseless and had then kicked Iza
for several minutes.
"If this man's attack rendered you
unconscious.'' demanded the magl.
rate, "how i It that you knw, hba
kketed you when you were dowa?
This questloi semed to oqr thA
witness. He was lomt la refetlop
for some moments; thee, brighten-
faig, he replied:
"I know it, your Hoaor, because
that's what I would have deae if F4
got him wn."'-Cirle Magaslae.


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Judt Pi U CeMted.
Viace WW*MSt tb teb a
story of a ca a-, owI
he wv "aN > Tj I e MI
Shaw, r wS.' At MlasW e thOW
were met R a eMStWky sooel w6,
took th to rtaut tr I
We N5 blaeuly .I heeitabty ty
"Wantitme, I pewOs tat ye
wi john ml a sil bet*
lunch. Mhat will you ~e?
"I should like a SlS et bette.
milk,' said Sertary haw.
The colonels look of a tpsihmeR
was instantly eliled In a smle a-,
turning to lirbaks., he mid:
"Of course, yeou will have aoma
thing, Mr. Vice Preident?"
'Certainly," replied irbanks. "rt
ike a slass of lemoOadO."
The grianing black waiter the*
said:
"What will you order, colonel?"
"Oh, under the circumstaooe,"
said the colonel, 4I guess I'll take $
')leee of ple."-Pittsburg Dispatch.


The Latin-American Trade.
The establishment of a Latin-Am*
erican bureau in the federal depart
ment of state Is symptomatic of the
growing Interest which the United
States is beginning to take In the a*-
lustrial opportunities offered In Cen-
tral and South America. At the pres-
ent time about $700,000,000 American
capitall is invested In Mexico, Fka
some $800,000,000 more la the other
r.atin-American countries. The n or*
eign trade of Latin-America last year
,mounted to $1,977,000,000, constant
Af imports of $.93, 58,000 and e,
norts of $1,084,000,000. Of the imports,
the United statess supplied In.Te,
100, or between one-fourth and 9sg
fifth, and of the export the h1ntO4
States took $271,498,000, or one.
fourth.-Commerceal Ballet a.


Japan w permitted to push
Rusala but has since been taUt
that the clUtienshp of the worl4 '.
iona to the white man and to the
white man alone, and that the Ja
nose deatiny Uea Is Asa W and I
where else. Common haoeat .ha.w
fore requires It-to be mow w me eraf
ackowleded that the Ias Se ~
Dire of the aasN t o ovelo
iatense policy In MWtMn
sueseed aIn bidlas NstWe AsaA ,
to one whole-oae of the most pow
rtaful ontributora y ei M m e
04sMin the 09 ia i t
man on the Amerlaa so s
Paclc. as well as that(th e
on Australian mhar.oe
Work.


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SEVEN COMPETING CAR* ADMIT THAT THEY SAW NOTHING OF THE E. M. F. 30 BUT HER REAR AXLE ON THE WHOLE TRIP. THE
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requisite s er of P'.bas' a*we
ben performed.
We are old enough, oonfesses the
Christian Rgister, to remember tW"
regret the day when Ainerican ep
Oer ships were seen aIn all watrs
and the American ftla fted over
American slpI 4n every sport in
the world. .
Whoso mocketh a married su,
preaches nmart Set, let him tW U
heed, for a fool is born ever mnlNt
and the mocker himself talloth by the
wayside.


Mrs. Annie Besant sayr there will
not be a poor man in the country I.
000 years from now. Cheer up! It's a
long time to wait, but It will roll
around.
The Florida Times-Union has It
down right, when It says: "Money
put Into kood roads is an investment,
not an expense."
The young woman who wanted $1r
000 for each pound of her weight she
lost as a result of being Jilted was
probably merely taking her fickle lov-
er at his word, surmises th4 New
York Tribune. Doufbtles he often told
her that she was worth many times
her weight in gold..
7-7-
Americans are given overm"h to
stressing the fact that this is a young
man's age. The call is, not for youth,
but everywhere for ability, fidelity and
endurance, moralizes the Atlanta Con-
stitutioe. If the candidate for ooou-
pation or promotion fits these qualift-
estion, it to rather Immaterial wheth-
er he Is twenty-ve or twice that age.
A fairly sgnifiant fact to that few
mOn occupy high responsibilities in
government, business or the profes-
sloes until their hair is tinged with
gray. And, In England, especially,
they do not think a man is mature un-
til he climbs into his fourth decade.
Insists the Indianapolis News: Good
roads must come because we need
them for other purposes than speed-
Ing sutomobiles. There are farm pro-
ducts to be hauled in and buillding
material, coal add other supplies to
be *Wled Qut and qve*thoem, and the
peW r Utne to tob valuable to spend
vtwie the time on half the load haul-
ed over a poor road when a good one
will ae so vast a saving. Life tis
not all nf* riding; more of it is heavy
bhaolto. and as heavy hauling need
the mod roadt eyen more than the
Joy Wift. the chances are that we
otll get them On pRite of prejhdloe.
h aaane saft arrogance.
At Munih the museum authorities
are maio In forming an aeronauti-
S..t Aooordifn to the
iramabt eaqet the uaes.a .M :
r-,mA F 140 PMM e e 0 bl i of very
r Nate T, 4 a. the n rst lying
Oprpnll U tbhal *mdel of
5pwt dIW~ble, those FO PaMu
5. :- .,rs. The du par te will
he divM d. tato %w est-1 e Te

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4 ~of Neow York WWI f
HEREI 1 a disposition among us today to forget the sturdy
individualism of the past and to think of thile state as the
T source of all power and all blessings. This spirit of pater-
nalism has been growing stronger and stronger as their years
have gone by; both parties have felt its Infltlence, no one
in the community has been absolutely free from It. The
marvelous economic development of the last htalf century,
the enormous increase In population a.nd wealth that has
taken place in this country have prc -nt'd unew luroblems
for our solution that require wise thought and the greatest carve, unhltss we
are to imperil the happiness of our country. The tendency of the day being
toward pattinnlism, government has In good faith undertaken the kluthion of
problltms which a generation ago wouad have been regarded as the exclusive
work of private enterprise. The complicated conditions of mih-in i lvililzar
tion. the centralization of population and wealth have made it impIssibh. for
private enterprise to perform certain public functions, and it has been oblige.
tory upon government to undertake them.
The difficulty lies not so much in determining what government can ub.
dertake as In determining what goevrnment ought to undertake. There are
those who would nevertheless have us make government so paternal as to
carry us up to, if not over the line of state socialism. Some things govern*
ment must do because private enterprise falls in trying to do them, and the
danger comes in drawing the line where government activity shall end and
private endeavor begin. The risk is that government will go so far as to
paternalize every field of endeavor, so that the very spirit of individualism
will be lost.
The prohibition wave that has been sw. pi)ig the country has not been
due to restrictive legislation, but to the ph tnoiienal.-growth of temperance
sentiment which has expressed itself in legislative form. The statuttes have
not l'een the caupe of the sentiment, but. on the contrary, its direct result.
Forbidding men to drink will not of taself lte p them sober any more than
making gambling In any form a crime will of itself stop hb tt1i'g, or tinkering
with the primary and election laws will of It(lf 4lve us homst primtrles or
pure elections. No law can be effective that is not ui!1lpo)Ited by public
opinion, for, after all, law is nothing but the recognitiun uf a public opinion
that already exists.


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tw a40* injured. The
A we th *at the number of .m
iled In* oupling and unscoupa
aP am eagles wo per
t s thaM daring tha. Ieal year
the total number of persons killed
4 Injured during the three months
al~g June 80 last (was 15,898, or
"W killed and 15,307 Ijured, being a
'derease of three la the total naum
B wr of persona killed and an Inerease
f 32U09 Injured, as compared with
the number reported for the same
H O^ la a so.
he l total number of collisions and
Serallmests In the quarter was 2,100,
or 817 collisions and 1,283 derail.
Sentas, of which 100 collilonq sand 17)
Sderallments affected pagtenier
S trMnas The total damage to cars,
Engines and roadways was $1,703,642.
SThis shows a decrease of thirty In
the total number of collisions and de
rallments, as compared with the
number reported for the same period
a year ago.
Ungallant.
It reads like this on the sportiln
R. page of The World: "Women Golt
U0xperts Show Lack of Form." (er-
tainly no Southern newspaper would
display such lack of chivalry as to
advertise a matter like that. Yet
'we wonder how the women experts
manage to do It.-Columbia (S. C.)
State.
Amerclana In Canada.
S American tanners by the thousands
are now Pourlag over the boundary
Inate the Coadian west. According
i s statement made by the deputy
i- mlter of tterot orat Ottawa the *n.
vaslon of Americans Into Oanads will
total over seventy thousand for the
S present year.-Ottawa Dispatch to
S New York World.


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Unprinepled Wretoh.
"You simply can not trust any*
body!' declares the lady. "My maid,
whom I had the utmost code4Pnes ia,
left me suddenly yesterday and took.
with her my beautiful pear) broooh."
"That Is too bad," sympathises the
friend. "Which one was it?"
"That very pretty oe I smuggled
through last spring."'-Ute.
Was Unpleasant.
Leader of Lynching Party-You
cot anything to say before we string
you up?
The Ceodemped Man (apologse
*ea a1-If it *la't too muh trouble I'd
l Uke to have ,ye trial the eai o the
rope where its ftraed. It tickets n
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"' lft aften I have done all that
t find to my dismay
the ohly things which I have left
Are debts In great array
And I believe sinae times are vexed,
The Government will tax them next.


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O' awOTkA. 3BaENC1 A
II


Mrs. Tommy Terrell, ho gave the
dinner for a bevy of febuthntes, al-
ways claims she had nothing at all
to do with the matter; that It all
happened so quickly that even had
sbe wished to interfere, and she was
by no means sure that she wanted
to, any Intervention on her part
would haye been Impossible.
I; Dinner was over and Rota Benni-
son sat in a cosey nook adjoining
the drawing room and idly watched
the black-frocked men stroll in.
Prom her half-hidden position she
could see Richard Cardwell, 40 and
florid, nervously flitting from group
to group, unmistakably in search of
herself. Cardwell at length caught
sight of her, end In a few strides
would have been at her side, when
suddenly, with an impatient grunt,
,. he turned, and walked away in the
direction of the billiard room. Mrs.
Terrell,'her hostess, had borne down
,.. on the girl, one hand resting super-
"J' fluously in the arm of a tall, bored-
looking young man, rushing along in
the lead and almost dragging her
escort, who followed helplessly In
her wake.
"For heaven's sake," she cried,
"take this Britisher off my hands and
find him a wife. I've had an accl-
dent and must run. You may safely
present him to all the kiddles, they're
all got money," she added, and with
a malicious little grimace at him, off
she dashed.
The two young people stared al-
ternately at the precipitate flight of
their hostess and at each other.
Neither spoke for a moment, while
the amused look on the man's face
gave way to one of intent wonder-
meat at the exquisite beauty of his
companion. His gare heightened for'
her the embarrassment of an already
Impossible situation. Finally he man-
aged to blurt out. "Charming woman,
Mrss. Tom, what?"
A "Very," she replied, somewhat at
a loss for words herself. "She evl-
*.0 deatUy thinks we have met."
"We have," he mumbled, "at last.
f May I sit down r' She made room
Sfib at on the divan and he seated
i rM~i beside her, lapsing again lato
M that made her feel yopma
bi rather foolish. Now as
semosseed to sor a Uttle
hWe became more at
said. "And so you are to

40. Toa tagee -a a
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aM 6=9*ge -A faihW ry li*e Mrs.
T* i ads w *aot. wUe Invite me to
pM!e resWtarats, but, somehow, 1
never seem to to. Do you under.
itand?" she added, wistfully.
"Yes," he replied, "I understand,
and I am very, very glad. Fromm
your rematks- I infer you are neither
married nor engaged," he added, the
rising Inflection to his tones indicat-
ing a question. "Believe me," he went
on, "I do not ask through Idle curios-
ity," and his earnest manner contrast-
ing strongly *ith his former badinage,
led her to reply:
"I am not engaged to be married-
as yet. Why do you ask?" And she
fenced, wondering at her readiness
to participate in what her reason
told her could be nothing but a flirta-
'ion.
"Do you believe In love at first I
sltht be asked.
"No," she replied in a too evident
attempt to ward off his insistent at.
tack. '
"And yet I loved the sight of you
from the first," he said, vainly at.
tempting to bring her eyes Into align- I
ment with his own.
'iBut you don't even know my
name," she replied, weakly. f
"Will you tell it me?" I
She waited a moment, and then c
in a choky little voice said, "It is i
Reta--Reta Bennison. I am the n
widow of John lennison, the banker. c
We were married two years ago. He T
was much older than I, but. oh, so s
rich-and all the little luxuries that r
he could give me, and that had been I
denied me all my life, appealed to I
me so strongly. I made no pretence d
of loving him and he could not have n
loved me, for-there was another h
woman. I left him aud he secured E
a divorce on account of my deser- e
tion l He died shortly afterward. Do il
I bore you?" t
"No, no." he replied, "and now?" t
".Now," and she braced herself for ti
the effort, "I am about to accept an- I:
other man, a rich man, who I be-
lieve really does love me. But why c
do I tell you all this?" c
"Because I, too, love you, Reta," a
he replied, huskily. "Will you listen fl
to me for a moment?" And without t<
waiting for her reply he went on: P
"I am Reginald Darrance; the goy- s8
ernor is Lord Northwood. I'm beast- la
ly poor, too, as things are reckoned v
in the land of Pittsburgers, but with &
my profession-I'm an engineer, you Oz
know--ny Income really is enough to
take care of us both quite comfort- I
ably. AMrs. Tom, who is a dear friend di
of mine, wanted me to make a weal. In
thy alliance. Ridiculous, isn't it?" e<
And for the moment he really for- h,
got this had been the precise object th
of his visit "Will you marry me?" a*
She glanced up suddenly and, see- M
Ing Cardwell re-enter the room, said ai
hurriedly, "Quick, here comes the tr
other man. Will you see me to my en
carriage?' He Jumped up with alac- T]
rity as she rose, offered his arm, and tr
together they rapidly left the room, op
she leading the way through the con- fa
'ervatory to the street, where her DP
bired coachman waited. Rets stop- fo
pe4 Into the carriage and Darrance t
aistagl held her had, loth to part fa
with her.
"Will you ee me home?" she G0
sed, tremulously, lan


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"Will If" he replied, Joyously, as of
be jumped la after her. pl
. * ed
M, TeMreu had said good-might .to t
iM Oel gets but Cardwell, who
Ped, hat la head, am angry lush
l the natural re of his
uee. "WhW did Reta leaver'

$ mt bmw."" ame the perpleo-
d M V. Te Mst I eaw of her
he r 1 h th vest saore withlP- hom
SOU NeaM a Mrs. Toam's maid s
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"Mr. Darsmmee's tbl m 'a What
all I do with them, ma'ast?'
With a smothered remark that
ouald net look well In print, and a
hasty gSpid4ght, CarIMwell took his"
Wsfebotd departure, while the seO
wats, with turned Imebs, Joined Mr
Tom ina a broad triangular grin.-
Bodton Post.
LESS PELLAORA IN ITALY.


Government Mauree Against the
DAa. Proving Suooeeeful.
Pellagra, the malady of misery, as
it le commonly called, and- malarla,
the two endanemic diseases of Italy,
are the scourge of the poor. The
two diseases rarely overlap. Gener-
ally where pellegra ends malaria be-
gins.
Pellagra exists in forty-four of the
sixty-nine provinces of Italy. It ex-
tends from Piedmont to Rome, from
northern to central Italy. The Ital-
ian Government has undertaken the
extirpation of both pellagra and ma-
laria and has accomplished much in
this direction.
A special law was passed by Par-
lIament in 1902 to combat the mal-
ady, several special hospitals known
as pellagrosarl and exclusively used
for this disease have been founded.
a large sum of money is annually
contributed to provide pellagrlns with
nourishing food and many other
measures have been taken with the
object of eradicating the scourge.
The success of the campaign may be
;een in statistics which show that
pellagra Is diminishing steadily. Be.
woen 1881 and 1899 pellagra had d.t
finished by about one-third, while
luring the last ten years it has dl-
minished by half. Besides, pellagra
has also diminished in intensity. The
malady has almost entirely disappear-
d from Piedmont and Ligurik, and
t is decreasing in Lombardy, Vene-
o and Emilia. This decrease Is en-
irely due to the preventive measures
aken against pellagra qnd especial-
y to the laws of 1902.
This law prohibited the sale, ex-
hange and grinding of imperfect
orn, that is. either unripe or mouldy,
nd consequently the sale of corn
our. Every medical officer to bound
o report without delay each case of
ellagra and if the patient Is poor be-
ides a free cure he Is entitled by
aw to a free substantial meal pro-,
Ided by the municipal or provincial
authorities during three months lan
ach year.
The provincial authorities are
found to provide special machines to
ry corn artl4clally as well as build-
mgs in whiob to store the corn own-
d by poor people who live In damp
uses. The home Office contributes
he sum of 120,000 yearly toward the
nti-pellagra campaign, while the
[nistry of Agriculture contributes j
n equal sim, which Is tq be dis-
ibuted In prices and subsidies to
courage the anti-pellegra campaign.
he same law ordered the free dis-
ibution of salt, a Goverament moa
poly, to all poor pellagras and their
miles, and the appointment of ex*
rts to Analyse the corn used for
od by the peasants. The authorl-
is are bound to exchange good for
ulty corn.
Other measures adopted by the
ovetament against pellagra consist
the istribatos among peasants
pamphlets containing advice. aim.
* remedies and rules to be follow-
Sby the tinhabitants of pellagra
riceken regions.


WHEN THE KING TRAVELS.
sy Time for Every Worker on the
*lIread.
A roel vialt is a btr -time to
ore than the prospective host and
stee, oi tbaee who a, ree w.
e r their ae tr ta
O the Pra t 1 the railoUate


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AttUrney At Law,


Frot Street, PalsthaFli. Oran


DR. W. H. ROSKNSINO.


DENTIST.


0111e Over $he Kennerly.

--
HENRY STRUNZ,

Attorney At Law,

Parent Street, PALATKA, FLA.

National Bank Building.

DR. H. R. ESTUE

DENTIST.

PALATKA, FLORIDA.

Moragne Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

L L HASKELL,

Attorney At Law,

PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H; CYRUS,

Physician and Surgeon,

PALATKA, FLA.


MERRYDAY A WALTON,


COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,


PALATKA, PLA.


Front St.


M. 1. COXE.


Attorney At Law,


Office In Court House, Palatka, PIra.
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1J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
Oftee rot street, Oppodte Patams
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SThe petator tor November 4,
Pd k Ih. Hofman publishes his
ma taW aon of the suicide ree-
tW A6fBd c stles. An analysis
S of s IgteN, Mr. Hoffman declares,
I"l'eaves question of doubt that sul-
dia are on the increase, and the
f-ar 19i proves that during
iPr the rate was higher than
sal previous year for which
approximately accurate data
are valuable. Against the rate of
18. to the 100,000 of population in
- 1 the rate for 1908 was 21.8. or
higher by over one point than the ex-
Septionally high rate for 1904 of 20.7.
The increase tl the rate fir 1908
was 8 to the 100,000 of population
over the rate for 1907, and the actual


Increase In the number of suicides
during the year was 601, or 14.5 per
S eat. while the corresponding in-
1^ wAs iI the population during the
OeM e period was only 2.3 per cent."
S' he figures show 8,853 death toy sul-
cide In 1908 In sixty-five cities from
which returns were received.
"In fifty-four of the cities th rate
S ftor 1908," Mr. Hoffman continues,
S "showed'an Increase in the ulcide
rate over the previous year, against
forty-eight such cities in 1907; lit only
eleven cities during 1908 was there
A decrease. In other words, tl'e In-
S rease in the rate was practically
general, although not upniorm.
Sthroughoutfthe country. The incease
was greatest In Salt Lake City, but
the highest rate (66.2) occurred In
Oakland, Cal., the same as In 1907.
T~e, average rate for the ten-year
i (Piod (1898.1907) was highest for
Ss fan .miseo (50.6), Ifollowed by
Oakiana (82.6), Hoboken (29.1) St.
"' s (28.2) and Denver (24.7). The
table Is self-explanatory, and reqri'res
to extended analysis.
"A summary of the returns for each
year since 1894, together with the ag-
S great estimated population of the
Wies under consideration, is set
" forth In the next table for the if-
'. een-year period ending with 1908.
S Te returns have also been grouped
S In flversar periods, to emphasis
S more clearly the increase In the rate,
In conformity to the law of large
S numbers, to eliminate minor ftuctua-
ti as during Individual years.


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184......... 12.193,828 1.951 16.0
.1896......... 13.683,988 1,999 16.8
s"'........*. d12,977,870 2,155 16.6
9lT......... 13,848.4738 ,389 17.9
I86.......... 18,764,406 2,420 17.6
N90......... 14,111,764 3,846 16.6
1900 ..w...... 14,5156269 2,874 16.8
1......... 14,908,694 3,53624 16.9
002......... 15,302,878 3,747 18.0
0.......o..o. 16,697,237 3,084 19.8
.*If0........ 1.0901,76 8,8329 30.7
D......*... 16.43.700 3,032 18.4
SO......... ,1JW50? 3,9655 17.5
13f......... 17.2 7,6.59 8,22 18.8
"s ......... 17,676.938 3,858 21.8
"9. o.9..... 4,90,060 10,917 16.8
... 074U,55,8 18.06S 17.5
e 4.... 14,414,694 1.,421 19.6
* Whea the sixty4ve cities are ar-
i l aesordlag to sse," the writer
IM tis brought out that thm de
S t s1 a al* fee Io l owetI
O eild ad Wl het 1i
sMtea. Durn Sh t -year
l NNg with 1907 the uisaide
S1.4 to the 10000 of pop.
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the most pronounced Increase in the
rate.
"An analysis of Individual cases of
suicide would seem to sustain the
conclusion that the increase in sui-
cidal frequency affects particularly
the well-to-do, prosperous and better
educated elements of the population
rather than the unfortunate, the 1g.
norant and the poor. Such a study
of individual cases also reveals the
fact of a close connection between
suicide and crime in all its phases,
particularly, however, crimes of a
more serious character committed by
men in high positions of responsible*
it:., where the only alternative to es-
cape punishment Is the termination
of life by self-murder. Finally, there
is positive evidence ot mental and
physical deterioration, and in part at
least among those who have come
from the country to live in the cities
and to whom the intensity of city

life, Its opportunities for excitement
and temptation, prove disastrous,
causing mental unbalance, nervous
diseases and material, moral and
spiritual discontent."

All Knew the Answer.
A young English suffragette tells
of a funny incident that happened
at a meeting in the Scotch High-
lands. "Speeches had been made to
large crowd. Questions had beet
replied to amid applause. Imbecile
young men making remarks about
minding babies and mending sockn
had been silenced. Then. Just at
there was a temporary lull before the
putting of a resolution, a great bu-
collc Scotch voice from the back of
the crowd rasped slowly in with the
Inaqurly, obviously the result of pro-
longed rumination, 'Wha made a
mess of Adam?' "-Rochester Union
and Advertiser.

Hunting Moose in an Auto.
Just to what extent automobile
lamps can be used to "Jack" game is
not clear. Certain It Is that a resi-
dent of Old Town recently had good
luck. He was driving In Oreenfield.
when a moose, attracted by the light.
charged the machine. A couple of
shots from a rifle cleared the road
snd yielded the driver his first moose
for the season.-Cennebec Journal.

The Turkish bath as known in the
West differs materially from the
Turkish bath as used In the Mast. Ac-
cording to F. 0. Ales, wanderer and
mighty hunter, the difereace lies $I
the (act that at home the' bath is
visited only br men who wear broad-
cloth, whereas in Damasnus almost
the poorest are able, to frequent it.
Plans are being made for the elIs
trUteatio of the more Importan
stMe railwap of tIed.. I


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aMe, a% 13.1 ft the at re& group, 19.1
S8 sneoe1d, an .? a8 the third.
Omaprlg 1S witM tt" e aveSrage for
the preceding decade, the suicide
rate Increased 0.7 per 100,000 in the
small cities, 5.8 In the middle group,
and 8.8 lI the group of large cities.
S"When the cities are grouped so.
cording to geographical loestion It
appears that the rate during the de-
cade, ending with 190'7was 16.9 to the
100,000 population for cities In the
North Atlantic States, 20.3 for cities
in North Central States, 14.5 for cities
In tge Southern States, and 27.7 for
cities In the Wejtern States. For
1908 the relative position is praoe
tically the same. The rate was 19.5
for cities in the North Atlantic
States, 22.6 for cities in the North
Central States, 19.6 for cities in the
Southern States, and 33.8 for cities
in the Western States. If the rates
for 1908 are compared with the ave-
rage for the preceding decade the in-
crease ts shown to have been 3.6 in
the North Atlantic cities, 2.3 in the
North Central cities, 5.1 In the South-
ern cities, and 6.1 in the Western
cities. According to this analysis,
the degree of suicidal frequency was,
therefore, highest in the cities of the
Western States, where there was also


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Al Coaunt"A, Imttatioos and -J-asmes. goeod" are bu
Experiments that trifle with and eadugr the health ot
amt4 and Children-Bzperleoe against xperlment.


What Is CASTORIA
ta Is a harmless substitute fr Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrup&. It is Pleamat. It
eontalns neither Opium, Morphine nor other NareotMi
sufbtas se. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroy Wounm
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constlpation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

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SIR WUHaAM NHNRT PBRKIN,
The Famous English Cheolat to Whom the Matire World to Ihdebted or the
Practical Processes or Making the Coal Tar Products That Play
so Important a Part in the World's Progress To-day,
and Are Used Dally by All of Us.


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New Stirring Spoon.
Among the numerous devices for
beating eggs, cream or any material
used In batter, the utenstl designed
by a Pennsylvania man and shown In
the cut is one of the most effective.
This Is a spoon which beats up the
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,the veteran one of the young officers
blithely asked:
"What is the longest engagement
you ever participated in, Admiral?"
"It lasted three years," said the old
chap, without a suspicion of a smile,
"and worst of all, the young woman
married another man."-Washlngton
Post.


Takes Tope Of Oms,
Another Invention Sor use I the*
kitchen is the can opener desluned
by a Washington man. This appara-
tus is of especial value In hotels ad
roastaurets, am it does the work mush
quicker than the old-etyle op* sr,
but because of its efciency It will
also be a welcome addition to home
kitchen utensils. It oovtosts of an
upright, to which a handle Is ful.
crumed as a lever. Underneath this
handle is a knife of open circular
form, with a recess which divides It
Into two substantially seeml-eircular
sections, with the cuttinas edge n-
clining upward from the front end,
which has two depending spurs, At
the open rear end is a screw, by
which the ends may be opened or
closed. The can is placed directly
...o e bow o he_ under the knife, and by means of the
motUon. In the bowl of the spoon, m
which is a lone-handled one, is et a .
little device that looks for all the
world like the screw propeller of a .
boat. It is a four4rmed wheel with
o arm bent In differet directions
each ade, and Is as arread that
volvep rapidly within the bowl of
I spoao wbm the spoo Is agitated
ead tn ane oppodte direeties Before
a"y of the m-o"s be-iWs" teal lsl
were InWvatesM h wi e Spoo- -
for the purpose, -1t with eoeplete i :I *1
uooema, tf the tales about the bread
aMd eake that mother ned to make
ae to be believed. Nowever that,
;W be, such a spoon as that just de- do. w taaratU.
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CONVINCE YOU THAT. WE GIVE YOU 1BETR t9 O4O6
SAME MONEY AND THE SAME GOODS FOR LEW MOI
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