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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: March 5, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31217909
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System ID: UF00075913:00073

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SAN MATEO, FLA., MAR. 5. 1910.


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UND= Y VITUlE OF A DECREE9
Uf OW~L Sol* rendered In the
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Office of tbe Board of Trustees )
Jpr Oounty Bonds. Putnam Co.
PALATKA, FLA., Feb. 9, 1910. )
The Board of Trustees for Putnam
jOads will 'eevI ivoesarate
bl for the seomatruedon of
surjo da.iM over the routes
low, until Saturday,
Maeb 6, 1910 and en 4bat day at 11
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Political Announcement.


PoR THE BSNATH.
To the Democratic Voters of Putnam
County, Florida:
I hereby respectfully announce
myself as a candidate for the State
Senate from Putnam County, sub-
Sect to the action of the Democratic
primary soon to be called in this
County. If you think f have been
faithful In the few things entrusted
to me as a member of the House of
Representatives. I shall be pleased
to have your support. *
Respectfujy,
8.J. HILBUv .
*Palatka, Fla., Feb. 10, 1910.
FRo aRuannsnAriva.
To the Democratic Voters of Putnam
County:
I will be a candidate In the ap-
proaching primary for the office of
Representative in the Legislature,
for which office I respetfully sollcit
your support. In the event of my
election as one of your Representa-
tives I will strive earnestly to serve
your Interests and those of the State
of Florida Intelligenitly, faithfully
and in harmony with Democratic
Ideals. W. A. RUsseLL.
FOR COUNTY TBUASUBtKB.
To the Democratic Voters of Putnam
County:
I am now serving my first term as
your County Treasurer, an office
which I hold by your suffrage and
for the honor of which I have al-
ways felt particularly grateful to
you. It is a trust I shall be able* to
return to you unimpaired at the end
of my term, and one that, with your
approval, I should again lite to as-
sume. I therefore take this oppor-
tunity to say that I will again be a
candidate in the coming primary,
and respectfully ask your support.
J. E. EDMONSON.
Yro cOUNTY OOMMIBaSONUA.
At the solicitation If many friends,
I hereby announce Myself as a can-
didate to represent District No. 8 on
the Board of County Commissioners.
I have endeavored to serve my dib-
trict and county to the very best of
my ability, and I hope that I have
merited re-eleotion. Thanking one
and all for past support, and with
assurances of sincere appreelation of
the same, I am Very respectfully,
T. SoLA*A.
Ban Mateo, Fla.
YO BU IPF3UTATIVU.
To the D Teeraeo Voters of Put-
nam Oounat
I herqey ioanoe py candidacy
for e*pMsentative of utnam Coun-
ty l e obing primary, and
would app Wlate the support of my
frioe fllow-oilsens.

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FOR TAX ASSERBOR.
I shall again be a candidate for
the office of Tax Assesser and ask
your support in the coming Primary.
I applrclate fully past favors and
feel that I have always been oon.
scientious and fair with all In my
past work, and I promise Hie same
in the future. If by fair judgment
you think me deserving, then help.
me In again, that I may serve at
least one term in our new court
house. Very res pectfully,
0. F. BULLARD.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX dfEED.
Notice if hereby given that J. W.
Hill, purchaser of Tax (ertifi-
cate No. 74, dated 2nd day of July,
A. D., 1900, has filed said certificate
in my office and has made applioa
tion for tjx deed to Issuer in accord-
anee with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam county.
Florida, to-wit:
Ne* of nwy. Section 80, Township
8, 8. Range 97 E.-40 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certifi-
cate in the name of Miclhal 8. Ch)o-
hesey.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 7th day of
March. A. 1)., 1910.
Witness my offtlcal singuature and
seal this 6th day of February, 1910.
H KNiY HIlTUIilNHON,
([eal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County, Florida.
By H. Hutchinson, Jr., 1). C. fe6

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Notice is hereby given that J. W.
Hill, purchaser of one-half of Tax
Certificate No. 1987 dated Ist day of
June, A. D.. 1896, has filed said frac-
tional Certificate in my office, and
has made application for Tax Dleed
to issue in ateordance with law.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated In
Puttamn County, Florida, to-wit:
All Jiock 4--ostwick.
The' ald land being assessed at
the (late of issuance of such certif-
loate in the name of Parker & Carra-
way.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 7th day of
March, A. D., 1910.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 6tb day of February,
A. D., 1910.
HxYav HuTronHISoN,
(SeakiJ Clerk CireuliCourt,
Putnam County, Florida.
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CAB LOTS. OF ORANGES & GRAPE FRUIT
Laget ear let headlers In OChlago. Members National League of Cown
lui-olser Mamaat-, tnt beet riaeemmendation a house can have. Write
eM Sank National Predoe Baink of Chloago, about us. Ask any fruit
trad papr about us. Your Interests are ours. Get In touch with geo*d
lve people. Write for stamp that will get you car load rate of freight
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W. F. KURTZ CO.
SWST iT. NEW YORK.
Our reput-tfofn I for quick returns and satisfactory results.
Florida Oranges, Crape Fruit
and Pineaples.
S Rfeareaea: Irving National Bank, The Packer, Fruit Trade
Jaurpabl MreatUe Agenetes and any responsible house In the
United States.

Smith's Home-Made Candy-All Kinds
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It has lwsay been the aim of this establishment to please Its 01
tomers and to give dollar for dollar In values purchased from us.
we will conatnue to do as long as we remain in business. For the o0AW
Ing year our stock of Mqo's and Boys' Clothing will not be ezooelle
by any Arm la the state of Florida.


Look for Trde Mark on Crown and Label.
wMet Healthful and Refreshing Drink.
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FIRST-CLASS ORANGEBOXES
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES


Of la Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement*Coated Nails,
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state.
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WInter Use ef Pens. --
There is nea old tlor of a moaek
who would ave othlng to do with
a strag e wh stopped at his eell,
beomee the fellow blew on his bands
to werm them an4 lito his teacup
ecol the bverage. "Away with
thee!" eulalmed the moL-. "I will
bare no mwn about me who blows
bath hot sal cold wam his meu."
But tat meak dia't live In the
Wentleth atury. a W to. dome so
sad hrowm away his electric ha be.
osause It did as the strange dMd, he
w-ft have lost a invulhable aid.
The. are ma uses to whkh the
elestrIli eesan be put nla thIewln.
te as, for e~a h the ma who
,60 a besting sst in bhis home can
Oe I ftfor ereatinas a *ot draft,
tos adag much In ettls .the house
wars' oms aold morlng..' Thel a
*am also be mafe toblwr through
a, amo s a andt .i te atho .Wm
&air C va y. Ma theb are sow
oie t fas for s "mi_ Wr wr aMir
",in the sbow widomsu to reve9t the
eNemulatof .lfrVost. 9Of per
ther asist mA aay Itoren late .
SI oee summ erSd lnater.--The

A RoomftL
The Rev. Daniel lmes ope alight,
ed at an tan to sty the ght. On
a sl ** r a bed was told he
could not have one, as there was to
be a bal that emrag sad all the
b9ds were enmsged.
"At what tme does the ball break
up" asked Mr. Ismse.
"Aboutt 8 oook In the mornla&
far."
Weoll, thee, cn I have a bed sa
ta tat ti ur,
",e. ce rt dnly," replied the land-
lord, sad away Mr. lmases went to
et between the n a ha
1hs AhaLo er door.
"What do you watt?" e asked.
tat mas are thee of you law-
there" quitretd a vole.
"The's a o, ande Dtael, and Mr.
se sad aO old Miethodist resobe
or." we the re pl.


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piee of the oMe4t Oreme 0CIpper from P 6 io 8e ose, eo,.*
paid, ed bom 1M to $8.o per dos e. The Ollter this year am in
proememet over tlt year, as It is punished with a bolt to take up th
But so that tb. wear ef the aet sos oan be taken up. ThIs eeW
pera have -be adopted by the (it rus ~baaes all over the t-ae,
dW we are toeeftWr orders from Callomlsa and Porto Rioo. It Is dlaol
ed to be he best orana clipper on the market. Send for a trial pair
at 8me potpald, or one doue6 for 18.80.
' 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., -- -- Jackeenville, Plordoi.


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When in Palatka don't Fail to visit the Wonderland
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Entire change of programme each night.


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Mtb ti rMa 6i o a( der ZeMI i tLe m
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A NrMth ldatat a Ms hW ,ettM
enadA tMh di9t6ky w th a agse-
saltOs imvstios of m atta haeat for
the ead*s of haames whleh holds
the Malt iust beneath the head and
drive t aInto plaoa without dlcualty.
The attbehamet eonsalts of a loop
of metal and a slight groove and re-
oem nader the hammer head. The
nail its ta ihis, and all that need be
dobe is to give one blow as it the nail
were held la position with the fngers.
This blow will quSoe to ix the nail
n plaoe, and the hammer ean then be
withdrawn, the loop In the head being
. l~sre enough to permit of the peoage


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'At a Marbtamu dta ," he aid,
Somca imd third of pOe
4 a 4who ** ewtg a meame then
8 4da t ad a id:
t *** I uos I eafts Mnge it It I

"AaotWbr ed at tis same dinner
M so meeh that he couldn't walk.
WhtR it s daedd that e would
have 4to be carle out, he issued the
war lg,:
OAll riclM, Warry me, but don't
"M 0-
Sof am a third lad, g the fruit
S auts ae on, tf hbe bad made a

sirba eaawered, pressing
bb Mad to bes stomah; 'It don't
bwt o yet. "-Washlagto Star.


3&RLy kAtsTUET.
~hrt~tba of ftedlng. butint
ifmIt bvluadestso that the t..d1a
MAY be so 6tr *mos as to gretly
Ohrtfer wthW thgo NAturaltendeactes
a# noebird. oeOIL? fa~od Imeraily
IMd 10 got teed well. soepsally
*W6 o 9e P~olk toa s smaght Urns
*s elip maturft* "N~W. fed nobr.
W"l as ;-- i 'odlclt *ration.are
~~tb6 best layers .-.1fmeV


out itok"I 41"1iHO b
Oiwelleft 6stiat. Iam 40
and tbtewn 4f h big 6UdO*~
Oame R ltdaluthe aape lid
VW ~bavfl*we41 tlavubM
There ard Imw3 u to M
ewteottu. eft*66 oh k 4
tor. w4 wb #M*a6, ptS.&t*d&
ha" a h66014 lAit flb s
use It ftf fettauA,fb4
thus aiding atuchis dstUft.
WarM ema Gold dmia
ein also bbMao to b a*
a radiator and dishibete t"
air 160* V"kl. tham S
021"g tans ftoeattb~
in tlbbsbo* Vdw f~ o~~~h
"oeimulatibi o*t th OIW"l
they NOW iMlAt by7In 'U2I
In both summer and wbil*t.-I5
Pathfnder.


Good For Evil.


0God For Evil.
"I trout yon try to return eood Or
evil." said the fh -minded, ma.
"I not only hry," said 41r. .MW
Darker, "but I succeed. o
gave me one of his elsars yeow
and I ave him eae of tmno te
morantn."-Wemlastoan S r.


CONVINCING7PROO



. "Wh~at i 6the use d procint"Iazn th~e tt* (if
tLId.eeas the foUwin leter r1re-*N"t? If YOUa
or know.o e w oa ht es MGMreso
~ notivMm Lydia E. ikaoVal
vF* sooyes" we havt beni
letft rat thles ew~~m~huads ofa
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a f ,promotes
to some fteot.
-aiant Iftwhole milk
& tk dia wOt one-
Sbmetbe neoessitt. A dish
I ,lso grtt should be always
it that they may help


School water should be con
mess e so Utti a drink cai
Whomever wanted. Mana
S o ramps are caused by lettI
b ka become thirsty and their
vp O water .
wMay eweeseful poualtryme keej
S M "I" befoe the Ahical, wbhl oth
O all oy sooessfue l lerer use It
V, OMmMIdeIn the number Of eaeoeuftu
waf ,weo usoe6 nb ohaoat it cail
4o lo aed that toere it uooV aned
of k it~ it always before alkst
t If t are not thrifty it Is ons
S of the elaple things to supply before
changlag food or be tgnnif to i v
falya ,(oW are ter f the
b m a 43 i7 k are
H'ak t "fses.
2W V4toe.ms -i prefers

ai .entou makeu lately
.Bwal .a t.;e or feto. Bate
il soDet t *on*. Make the
tI~so, as i to edieth e pro.M
mk may e dMe as *at0-
R os o f 1 4 M ,r1 04 c o o
raw e4, one tea1poonful
w ter to makeA stt batter
S'rWo hbour. Another Is:
Cr n meal, three parts
S umidddlings, one pert moat meal,
are; mix with water or skim
and eake.
a the very flrst the aicksh
be liduced to exe cs e for ac-
s~a prime factor In promoting
and growth. rod In the
ndA p koe tdios "A for It,
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thae t a then'
DooISOith t 0 Q ;


o but Isn f ot g
ftsapl ay sa d ed a soby*mel"t
Sthe M AM -o -s l o-t o"
maep or 4a Mf to reed ~Igfa
*asOsetr tha. w Athe aueas s
ste Wo M.4t 1md st vmp an0S
yeq aoea e the iAnesta. Aa4
Iew OUsts 1w hev orade hao
that will give drewm pbt ait
pleAas O and i athe 4w more attree.
'Ioe. Apd e 4aM theA e a the

substre itti of a lM t breed ln the
4tat, but is str for the beginser,
who is a teady ase of a
fowls, aneied anad .c== to m
4at slr surrsallug. mberp is much
t*4a lpesre 1l the st* p
loog tsr. sk fro ee, tlo _
Y 0 w *. *W
to give th e D pwe rp e-u
MAothe, wo d m t the Aes
They should be of a rt eto
propriate tod the, ppoao tr tk you
ayrd TIpla ohlch q, whe rW t90
OW* *oretO, Aad eOveiry the
tstk shoul watee eat 4oteB-
along this line.
Nothing shmld be admitted to the
poultry lard. to a4$ b or alam to
hens. Like c4ttlq theb do bSep 'Whete
they feel sk Mateed A"*o t*
able. Cathi& a pho etas one
s wanted for dne by chang Jwit
with a dos, or getti the yrousters-
to run it down, frightes the whole
lock and Ais them with apprabew
siLn. And if the hens ane In layg
trim this is a tood way to out down
the el yield. A acikea cater laM
So easily aade, I wonder why obey
re Wnt oore coMM"ntely 404. woo.
hn. one If"=& of a pw Inof h*M7
a" Into a oo to oteh the hikwans
hot. It preerd a aorter piece of
vim bent to a 'vre may naled
to a log handle. Wth o"e o( t.ese
ataerst i4s sy to at* te leS
of the ceken an4 draw the owl to
iWr4 yo watil yos can pi< it ev
without abnla any sin'j
p th th ftomSLW 4 Ie. U -.
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to etit o will ualo, td *e away tU
ium.dum the WIt. Daa'
S.to sae it tq thin, either.
tl hlly it ~is Yaled tonsell @1 all
*O.I too to make toss lor as pau
let. imamitame! difer, o 46
he.; meniettn it is th hens thai
ghie pore es through the elatoer
tiah the putlet.. It depasa upon
the port of pultes on hand whether It
to abt to sell off all old stodc.


I VALVE OF CUT ONB.
Winter is here a earnest now and.
most farmer poultry raisers will, as
U esal, re1sig themselves to seeing
their en rop drop to a mere motion
of what k otwht to be. Proper care
in the way of healaig sad feeewas
peeptally, should keep be laying in
the winter as well as to any other
season
Heom In winter .li e to i and
woms which they pick up in the
s9ring and sumer meaths. a-4
Nwft s -e s sesful in

alo iotlesoodm at q Ds t a ruo
Msp toen with kws meag Sth as
ood a4 Wtat oIs fb at i es ,

poaetiau.y al of Se etlone e -
abry for the psodtluest of oa.
3'w arme re wally apparent, the
mou of preen out bone as a phtry
food. These is, a a matter of fact, no
Ither one food in alstesae so oalo
aletor u, lntian0 thrift ad t
production Ae tb one Itisretard.
ed at iPOaHR4=>ba by B9Moaeed pout
uryen and asy woetd set think o
dotaC without it. We tr of no
better advie fto ive the rftmsr tal
to Solow teleb being ety *
know what they a do d W
tMen to buy vo so *tA"f of
they oeart a iy w o&in ot o o

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Uabst, .lth -e"rt,.: 5 .raes ,
ud addu,"ry." Thenp J -..yer*t.,
wa aw a. the a-e t' W -'
prodmeed, showft c, tha~ ve r S
obta with l teen IIli
btt the b6tetftom ev $f
quently AWd' thes *m' 'rp to
coil COlectws. A ah i
o4 bythe Asc BalM
early beade very ^ave *h -
smld to e e to .0o
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logwim SOaPW veto oared by the
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V b,9aghWith tlQthe uraReices
t~ oibtlso utledrahegeaol
onto sadt sasiter i thf ell.t bthfwth
*8t alsSoarn P.and o Iehavelihadio
S"IetMO th~e d wuithte CutlrAn
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A nodA "4 thorseagy *!Ilet! &atarlm for the treatment of all non-aoot
Ck9 t- del om ate ,e.This sanitarium Isto *Iet
ar s ated sd be fel portion of te eity. Btret ears every few al .
least room tralae4 Diaras .ad ample assistoae always at oom
Pfttfo e a o to th t kaltan arequested to notify uas when they will sivm.,
they wm be met Mt the depet wih proper ooyeaoe. For partioarla, address
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THESR 1S NO CAR SOLD FOR FROM 400 TO 1000O MORE THAT HASSETTER APPEARANCE OR SMOOTHER, EASIER RIDII QUAITIf.
IN -THS ONE FEATUtE OF WEIQIT PER HORSE-POWER THE L M .F. a STANDS ALONE. THINK WHAT THI MEANS IN fTIR
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SEVRY' FEATURE OF THIS CAR IS OF THE MOST APPROVED TYPE, SUCH AS USED IN THE CAR! OF THE HIGHEST PRICO.
THIV AR Ul SiLT FPOR SRVIOC AND STILL POSS0SS THAT INIMITABLE SOMETHING CALLED **TYL9."


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lfr ME YSV YOU A DEMONSTRATION.
LITEMTUM R P pISTRIBUTION.
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t*e oember adv. to
a mo u ar of mw

oBisdwri year, that th
"e las ind to gay litth
wral"s This Is,
widows have it
,a me sa deposition
ll the Plcbwlokill
bth. m their wiles and Uta
Wo booie Stronger and
te~tO s reemuason. 'the fact r&
Usln m hat widows frequently win
husbands where spinsters fall, and,
seesgdlng to oelcal returns, there Is
a rowlag disitI on en the part of
. the .mteranr set to share their homes
* and fortune with ladies who have
already had some experience of mar-
ried llfo. Prcl ably 4bhe fact that a
widow's previous knowledge of menl
and matrimony secures for her an
advantage over her single sisters has
a great deal to-do with this rather
surprising state of affairs. MuCh
married happiness is often frittered
away before the average husband at&
wife get to understand the vagarloe
of oppoete sexes. "And thisc as
the celebrated .Mark Twain has ob
served, "Is lust whore the widow
neea sI. She has served her ap
prentleehlip, and haS patted with her
S 8aluuions, so hat, the man ste on*
desal eto marry has a fair start.
t Dl m age attracted tPo
woes who understand them.
na os knotes this better tha
s w w m helf. What widow, for
over obe t SmaWW
,ws Wa Sa" l .. ISea ora
Sof tobpoMo. 4e16 s
S E a stiuy of a aiso0 to oder to
A;, 0. knowledge of his ilkesa 41i4*
*" iIs and never nelects as oppUor
w*y of caterlag to his whims. A
S idow has the happy knaik of being
S more anxious to please than to be
please, and as very many men have
S a weakness for a little adulation, she
S Invariably succeeds In her object.
Sohse is 'wise enough, too, not to
agoue with the man whom she would
I l to be something more than a
tried, or, it she does, she contrive
to Tovey In a fasclnawnx manner the
SJi.ueas lon that .he Is convinced he
I, uhot. She Is aware that arm.*
are the crypt of friendship,
th verlati~p doo"e of love.
that when a man leaves
oor workabop he is desroue
htg there all worries sad per.
with the result that she
try tb Wpre her plnens oa


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~Ae *~ bamIn-to May


~I kM~ bo&. -01T

0 men Lbe OIUUahSdo
hMad oneeld Mnt 9110
aff~ectios wosM be 1
to menials with & ~W
h old the awUtatlomad 01


all hoewsamnd their
Yow7 melove "A,..
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buildiagsall mova, the IU.4W 4, wIth
no appaest 5 t*btiL tehsnsalh
adwvW "va.tain fIs t
its me"egyin qhh~ftI 1WOevk-4g
army, i4Uy rab~.n t
Ali reawwe* waIhve ors"al9tt
lbut baaqueof 0 theiatWOa&pIl o
mittee Senator Roft aMaifted tuat
they hadma"* their'way by WONh
lag with 1"S OWe tbfaa'% MOWi,
to thi"em arftg: 'VwustithW" WO
skot INGO 4o thv at. ytheirapps* to
an cAses o ob CnitlasA aV#W -W
out of, doftg altheoogyW,, n
,by thfr 4I- "* a -Wwf#W ,

inrst. $4 I*1010cer WON
ww~wwiesmq.4ais"Oo Wekly.


I Anoos A 4sI" temmn f y. ,
There tOa a aIst im ny s
Belgleu nea^ Brsaaa l4eb has
AmWedp to eonduoes o ta ylera y
a cooperative besis. 't tagia by
B3nele Chaetter.
. The commualty haa fer its motte,
"Nelther God nor lar"; very msem
ber isa spoe*d to be the aote jea
of tU4s own oaduct. Nko e has any.
thing he an call hbl "own." sot'even
his wife or children. Love Is recog
nlsed, but it Is the plat elc and Imper-
sonal love wt "brotherhood."
* Chapeller does not preach violeoe
for the pre.e~t, e ha no 4obt that
some day soelety will forelby eBp.
9ritoe all private property for It
common *eet, but thitka aut It
Villa take yesa of prop ,adis4m b*
fore this will com aboutL The nm
of W eoy IS to no, his
object is to e to omrld tht
anarchies are not as d aa they
are pestetd end at they *se maslm.
er horas or lovw heoom.-Patha4*

S PayW e VFn a T-easere.
Tu Malarle oat sewers In v*i,
sisA have 'oemeo mm Is tha
lat fov Yro a' 0 a the predm
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walk ibst os ar s a, 'jtge. And
Iay
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Is te ease. One
t bek, ead straighten-
Uft0 f0 toot Just as
f leward tohehead as
pr,-he qPe to stretch.
SR ft iS e foot and
.I am' I followed ra-

AMA attrative voman of
f tfel yam of m e whose
MeW aW gris. Ond who attrl-
itr e ufo t at -et o bw a*='
for*@ @Tory aowte,. without
& llt of 1A, Is I to keep" th.,
i vtslodc s o aowla it to bow
p.teo b-l e, o wtlms. OOne.
-- f beI a ahsr asd sflln
I Sft WesIeI at a.oWrect line.
w te shoulder
Sbaok, the lower part
rs lioe b"ac mesy mfches to
I *lAbs ea t. No woma Un

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Jj-fs~Mt Mister, to the


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weir
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ed A thea. aea t *e'. "iA of

t* eprtn se that age M tte naewm
"i ell oam& Thei is Msttbin
thet tiU as the boy auo fam to tfed
tiMt the o usa has spoteg blood
to him. If we are not sk red y 0
0ensed of it v woe d do w 4eU 1 0'
qire it, or at lM0t to reted to It.
And- bherea Me a secret; also; et
am whisper It sotly-4t Is good for
us: It keeps k pakeeps r batr
and teeth ,ro ltlamg eadt sa makes
as butt lo3ok It gives as as .
tmest tola 1X 0 # teO eMte grtb-
baiath m, IWe writtadl of Ae
set dF W sat a# the oelor o a tae.
This I ta sset y s a cetow is
added chm aIn the eyes of r lih
both sad Mar-e4ad-they am a trifle
erttical, pym know, whom they have
tered 18.
I have always thought that lato
this relationship of a man with his
daughter there must eater an ale-
meut of eoertship-W bit of the ine,
etherallwd seattent of lovers. We
mst take eare to tster Bllabeth's
sirlih eadairatlon for what there to
of the xallant about us. I love that
beautiful old word "lillantry"-lt
savors so of the days of chivalry,
whon men were given an opportunity
to prove themselves brave and tender
and true.
YOUR PLACB.


When you have found your place,
you will be happy In It-contented,
joyous, cheerful, energetic.
The days will be all too short for
you. Dinner time sad closing time
will come before you realise It.
All your faculties will give their
consent to your work;.- will say
"Amen" to your occupation. There
will be Bsb protest anywhere in your
nature. '
You will not feel humiliated be.
cause you are a tfamer, or a black-
smith, or a shosemna r: because,
whatever your occupation or profes-
alon you will be an artist Instead of
an artisan.
You will not apologize because you
are not this or that, because you will


have found your place and will be
satisfied.
You will feel yourself growing in
your work, and your life broadening
and deepening.
Your work will be a perpetual ton-
ic to you. There will be no drudSery
In it.
You will go to your task with de-
likht and leave it with regret.
Life will be a glory, not a grtid.
-New Haven Reglter.
PICTURMB OF GRAIN.
Mrs. Martin J. Wessels of Spo-
kane, Washington, is said to be one
of the few artists If not the omly one
whose work Is devoted excluatively to
pictures of grain. Among Lert pic
tures are the frescoes in the rooms
of the Spokane Chamber of Comr.
meNe, and the deoratibos ol the
walls ot the potwae BDuldin at the
Alaska-YuahoFellc exposetlon. Mrs.
Wekols Is the wife of an artist and
it was her admiration of her hus-
ban's work that first led her to try
her hand at masklg grain pictures.
-New York Sne.


ORANMW JUIMC AS A RWDUCEIL
Several we weot into a Broad
ay retarat aftr the matiNw.
Tea we ordered by three of theq,
ehoealt by aothMe, esam jul" oo
te, flp tho unames womg asked
^sas is *ame ome of

ftt 1n| No ra
- ptwjr.s~' b dafttamr yM ualdo
"&Z-
SE1tao


*eM era t it ee
Je to w est meI tfr edS m*
ltgs. A rist maam ofh .*"
1 kt*o hive one en*;l-y
0o t atnd anr tadhng this. Hf
to yo" she added as the water met
the rfrebhmnts on the )if.
"Have same more tearn ase the
boeteoe of the woman ou her risht
"No. thank you. But I would like
to have asopa of that omage jute"--
New York Pro.


BRTANW DAVGHTWR BVAD8
POLITICS.
*Mr. Rath Bryan Leavttt has shown
her ood eense for refusing the reM
quest of Ndwaska clubwome1 to mn
for the House of Represeatativee.
Her refusal is In the nature of a
rbke to a feminine element in Ne-
braisa that has been growing more
sad more assertive in the political
field. The woman's club In Nebraska
exists ddedy to meddle In political
affairs, sad Mrs. Leavitt ls not the
first woman who has been petitioned
to run for 9pblic offioe. As t re-
suit there aIs a strong prejudice form-
Ing against women's clubs In general.
Mrs. Learvtt well knows that no pur-
pose would be gained if ,by any
chance slie were elected, and that
her troubles would begin when she
attempted to take n seat In Weshing-
ton. Besides, why should she -bother
about a position which pays only a
few thousands a year, and Is held for
brief periods at the whim of the
voters? Mrs. Leavitt has a far more
profitable position in the lecture field.
She is almost as effective a lecture
speaker as her father, and on a recent
tour she talked Invariably to large au
diences.-New York Press.


BRiAD WRA-PPED IN PAPER.
The Minnesota Federation of Wom-
en's Clubs has begun a fight for
"germless bread." The phrase is the
battle OPy in a cmpasign which al-
ready has been carried before the
City Council in St. Paul and other
municipal bodies. The club-women
demand that every lofa ot broad shall
go from. the oven to the condt#a.'r
wrapped In paper. They have med-
Ical testimony that the unwrapped
lost gathers microbes ,by the mllllou
on Its transit from the taker to the
consumer's table, and they have been
made more determined by a rejection
of the 'lgermless" idea in St. Paul.
Mrs. C. G. Higbee, *Mrs Russell. R.
Dorr and Mrs. Paul Doty appeared be-
fore the (Ity Council and atpued for
an ordinance snaking it Imperative
to wrap every loaf raked In St. Paul.
The bakers united to fight the club-
women, and won, as the Council vot-
ed against the plan.-New York
Press.
THE 4EART OF A O}ULD.
That which disparages us and
quickens revolt Is no less a factor in
a child's emotional life. But there
is'this difference. We have the bet-
ter opportunity to defend ourselves
and to obtain reparation. So there
Is a certain pathetic pleasure In
standing with humanity where Its
joys, lonlings, Its embarrassments.
and tts disappointments are simplest
and newest, and, perforce, where .m-
potency is absolute.
Give me this most unoommercial,
this divinest of enterprises for my
own! Give me a child to ee at home
with, to be la absolute confidence
with tU I can not refashion my
warped, wrinkled, and dteolored old
soul late the unbiased races and the
ethereal purity of the spirit of the
ebudl let me pow asd aGai open
that little door and shut mysetf In
that little heart, just or the sheer
4ellt of It.-.- li.


VTH SMUo CMAIf.
Ji d f


-mp wfekt are past oml-e
the thas tra e mT and a
tW@ empett ts be itds Iat

'Tth conlets of two ewe led slime
w em O r a a rf oa.* o eit
er aide. The lMMs ld an otf
beastr MWd e he -lu a le
MAlp ud dla bOeig aqoalete. OS
patr worn a ery we7l-owI
woman, hosted of star mgbphres,
set a tiren a Ita* in a e t d
monds, the potet of the ftrm te d
the e .ntral jeweL This baum N
hold Its ova as aM exol o ve e btg
some time, as It has yet
made Its appesinoe t lwas the
priced Jewelersan this e ad
will therefore lot be prow"o1d 1
choee imitations or osmea to O"
It at all. The simple baad of rtemo
holttag clasps of eBtr adinary wse
Is one of thoa* Idleryorale of fAht
ton which are so o tea tremeydoulsy
suoteseul.-Indiaaspells News.
DORADO VM BARD MG W EMDUNO.
When Dorando, the Ursmthon reun
ner, married a short ape the
ceremony was at ot's ak the
morning to eecpe the entihulasm of
his nefihbors In Crpl. taly. The
entire town planned a holiday, sad
Dorando shrank from the ordeal. HIs
father, who is a pastry oook; his
mother, -Maselli, a sprinter; atttal,
a gymnnast, and the bride's guests
were the only witnesses, ad the
bridal couple were off on the hosey*
moon before the town awke to tad


the wedding was over. Dorando's
bride was Teresina Dondl, a peasant
girl, to whom he was enaged before
he went to London (or the Olympic
Marathon. 'Mrs. Dorando will come
pany her husband here In a few
weeks, and In Februamy they will go
to Duenos Ayres, where Dorando i1
to race.-New York Press.


FASHION NOTES.
New waists are built upon the
most generous lines.
Stripes prevell in the latest French
flannels, and some of them are highly
effective.
For smart travelling wraps soft
black taffeta chiffon is being used, of-
\ev *'~Lkd with delicately colored silk
or crepeo ae chine.
Many of the season's girdles are
high In front, though they a taally en-
circle the weatlsne once more. A
white satin model of this type shows -
a richly embroidered and tiraided ir
dle.
Since the one-toned oatume adds
an appearance of height, Dsoe 1Pa*
ion now decrees that the separate
waist shall 'be of the same color as
the skirt, whether it be of net, chiton
or other material.
The new feature of yachtifg and
motoring coats is the open side atted
with loops and buttons, which say
or may not be closed.
,Muffs are to be as large as they
have ever been.
New materials are rouht f6r street
and crepe and dull finished for the
house.
Fur is to be gerdouy used on
many of the after as well as ab
dress tallornades.
The newest amffs are *0 shed with
dangling heads and tails t&t almost
sweep the ground.
Bralding upon eants ha1 lost oae
of its vogue, sad all Sma r or ooig-
inal results are galaed by Its com
bination with lk% erdlap, rat4all
buttons sand made owmets.
New stoles are o4f 04gei aged
with fur to match the mff. This is
the first season that this type of
stole has appeared and it is expected
that t will be very 0ahl sable.
The tucked sleeve tois smaller tha
the oa"e wh is plai, and either
may be m to the full or shorter
BIlee wIll be m b used, set esly
it ob m a Wn oe*. toe OW ,

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ei tt, th e *ues or yogth be bare th.
Sadoth the Sol Cinld e rea Is le__
ag yesand the streami we eso
LR6semlis sam disses. .-ow pem-- y by ha ,
a setSlIs aMS4 s llWthkeir "et
S eUr stome Claw., the Got over whose deAtu re the M1 I
SnOwtl rnala lament, thee is no pla t
t, Is chIlt *ot today. Goe Is the bremathl u ar % f
The *MM has helped the t Is I sat; 1
wag tile has dtee toob w teql t em lhawm m
IS l-te Bli entire Chill is very. velq niat Nd i wAy, rt
uaterstln His mind is tarohed with facts; oe elNsa ma almer
tia Assh register. Yet more t o a than metal re nmhas W to e
SsystO reader which he has been brouabt p. The grea. FIa *plesaf tl.
s ardia b these ay fictions of childhood, are often the price of the
tion.
The ailt with the "'tMthfti" method is the uepti 'that lite
Is truth. The Ileuatfc parent, Indeed, is not selentle munkgh to ., ,
the science of s aabolimm. For usyomllsWm i the art of ~ I Mt-atag
terms of the tfamilar; mad in this art the iry story is supreme.
Sou want to fill a ohild's mid with 'mere lcts, well and good. Da't
ttell kiW fry stoei. But itYe thl It ortaM to shio him
you will ftt have to obeek to.tO prO T old -.t"utrnut." g a .
Smeas de. there be touOssed. In thee tetle of the epve' wings ~I"iiJlt
the Otst& Trhseadsent Paresnee, I the nermtiye of. ftU t eat t Xe "st
wI$lthe t od hitomb im. Nom th the ollyr ld anlet as his m
l o be apba d n no oaer way the O htttano m as
at givingr. -4ppinyott.
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ANrY peeOa vWi b~ earplsead to earn that empMisey iaSMO
S4 aok th presaset ture. Thp is hy so mM -*
M W4 saat oompulms eiy oto_ n, at St is a tot that Ms the
oes arem now ap o dMthe comparatively ree"at laMo
Sti bc s .beep a Urdship to many 91 the brighter mjaA d g1
tliq no matter how aukh ood we be t
4Ue** We compel abildoes to go to .wt
asMolos for them. Formerly fewer children than now pa.M
pide. At teon or twelve they left school to work orto loter. Ift
* aoe mUght.end states children are compelled to attend shool ntUil
wL ar s~iteen, saless under eooeptional olrouMMtaoes. This meWs that
pr pde Ia the grammar schools are filled. where they uNeLto aGVe
t half the present mnubo of pupKla, ecet la the larst eliles.
il n a- a of the srvjil of the ftttt. As the derelots 4drooed
I, the teaches had a smaller amber of ppole to oeairset, aMd usaUly
Snt remlae. The teaches were en bed to give more In.
to he acholars, and thus the th"ad pupl) left wakeel
equlpped than now when pefore the me ut ive most
to, award c Ldrean, a duty which Is eoly iWhtly eew.
11mby 1k for delmuets ta me lease ittM
M erty papil to adiTlo the rmal a ber. t
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0llks wovrtOh o fit.
Ie Saa nateo orag crop this
-Moa" etUmat4 at 60,000 beso;
Set for Putnam conty at 400o000
Thbe oaU ts now building t Pn
latsm a amItOO court bowe; a bi
*e* mai lbag, oeftlg *4.000.' on-
metan ths *ot"Ion with our county
Mlet, it 1 spend at one $6100,000
oa hard roads.
lTh soil varie a great dea trai m
hiLh Jnae to low and bigh bhmuwaok,
on withim a mile. so that lauds tow
my PuV se or crops can be secured
eaa Matte can be remaed firow
J4toonvTlle by Florlda Eat Coast
vtliway or Otach and MIllr Ul
steioms (we time tables cloewcere
i this paper). The Clyde* St. Johi
rtver sterns arrive here about if


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Alliator Leather Bags


Hamilton, Elgin and Waltham Watches


EVENTUALLY


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WHY NOT NOW?



Manufactured In Jacksonville.


Sales Agent,


AKERMAN


S. W. ROWLEY.


& STEWART


UUOALMUM AND m*AIL


beNail hassendsheled Sa M B. &i U.line $1.25; roWroad
om lsat h"arud. ialsUcui'f2mJicsnvle
weteraks W het de A ahRainbow leaves Palatka
inseIu* stemaoon at IMn. Lucas line
aimers2.8So p. mn.. every day but
teerPh ti D.g~pes, & M. tine from Palatka 3 p.mr


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'me m a tes ilpp two A-"
Mft. would sip trap %No am. day UMNA&6 WIPPLIBS.
m( hw v*uslt g. outat 49, "wos Po ItU is"door Keassegty.
ft dothy Oldi *- h eft ?hLO3. IS StreOL.Hardwave O&
ti0 amatethit Soamasloes WOO PALAYKA, P LA.
4~~4 opwersMidfthe emb fl1p '
-we do "eI to beer I in Si Urioea. E .DODGES'
w~ ~~om asg~~j ~ ~e.PALATKA.
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