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 Material Information
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 19, 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
lccn - sn 95047348
System ID: UF00075913:00075

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*i i)unoeats hVoter* of Putnam
maty, vior! a:
lfbml Miaooftaulv announe
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ie from Putuam County, sub.
* t4he meton of the Demooratle
my 0oon to be called In this
Vt7 tha t l I have been
rito$ a few thOins entrusted
i 0a m be rof the Rouse or
l-owxya shlt be pleased


WatkaVUa.,Feb. tO% 1910.

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nthe fotMre. Ift 1y air Judgoda
you think me deserving, tbea help
me in agaln, that 4 may merve tr
least one term In oar sw court
house. .Very retpeoully,
0. F. BU16ARI.


1OB BTATR SNAfOBV
To the Demoeratlo Voters of Putnams
Ocunty:
I hereby annousene myself a caum
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La now AA n as I tbhak you for past favors
7etr Co at 2mir, as offIce alan offer my ervies in advanefag
leh I yor enftrae and the eduoatleol Interests of my Dis.
fort he honorof *bhlb I bave al- triot, County and State. I have
Vay felt partlealarly Rrateaul to heretofore done the best 1 have
yea, It is a trust I shall be able to known, and hall continue to do so
return to you unimpaired at the end abould you see fit to give me the
of my term and one that, with your position Ini the coming primary elee-
approval. I should again like to as- ton. Yours truly, J. H. QG33 .
same* I therefore take this oppor-
taUby o ar tybat I will again be a Vron B3PBUMNTATIVI.
candidate fn the coming primary, To the Voters of Putnam County:
and repectfully askjyour support. I will be a candidate In the sp-


Pon0 OOU9TY OOMMIxIONxW.
It the saolleltatlon of many friends,
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My platform is the Etoulah Drain-
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add public improvements.
Florabhome, Fla. tf.L. SiPPrsz

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Mra. B. W. Olark discovered beor
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everythibl buirni to the grooee..
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PAthy DsW Pai'Wiser has be=o forover
seveaty yrsn a reliable remedy for lum-
bega soit pleturiy, eto.
When the cat sl out the mice will
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S. imated you should feel as
Sta s' pOeOM." Aadrew weft on
*'-- y, helae I got aoaething
to eW y, M r thtu likely
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Aa"t MWa hA6-e a f A ato


am itmbIted Adl ab he eat
watablm besd. the bed.
"*Shel be btter oI the ong
sad me*l coae to tbewae," de sai
"Mto eaat IMaOe her wr taking It
hard at rst, beag' seh a usaterer.*
"Oh, no," maid Adrew. He had
never dreamed of blaaig aayoae but
hbbuit.


Out the net aorap g new ditrea
awaited them. No onaer sams she
up than Mrands aet er sister out
to ask for -lal sewing to do from
the nalbora>
"I uend to know how to aew as
well as aaomt folks," dae sald, "aad
nlow at Ive been brought to It, I
And *he did. At night when As-

ei a faor he oth m
*A4 eimpe A mifSkerale" aa uae
Somef a kAd of supy pleamre from
bw t -, f bo_ :.d" loe f
ear ea bforn t aimt Weh at laft
elota ashar to the night
ra. Swhe eae d t e o neat
latase atade wextrday 2a0ate4
a er. wr a atA .at It was
borne in as tA. 4t a miracle
h ilaei Into a swip p decline bAnw to
lok bettOer tar a te ad looked tor.
years. Ilae l"t a| it is true, but
her caeekt gaine d olor ae d aer ee
a now brigtne'e& One day they
Sao"dher asterg at hesll half o
ricy. hal aa y, in her cracked
ciriu. I aGe smed to recent the
Image of new vaor ata confronted
her. But after at da s eemed
te be thInking of ts of which
are never pak" Co aetlg Andrew


dlhes for JeMne Ann, ,ittng in her
eh b* s b ad la. And ev eral tiom,
S do had bea bwt In te tOw room.
te tsday hd at she was using U4t"
hav grosed wr @WO-$ out of l er
char mod tatkig aw atepv to r e

It was eoly in Mena wben, On.
Wfpg A ea day,e fr toaM her tS

h-K sBln c^^g Br hes Im eb w up^b

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WelF -Bo-- m thMhe it sel is
Ladrew atd mte Amn were
waghaset. miea M ae ogetldaMamlsda
thtkteg of them T"ey arted to
prote at omee.
"Tou wait," co ined Mmada,
"till I get through. What want to
tel no, It, that the moral money it
made up, but I atat g 'ot to stop
'ewa. sewlin' Mad of exlt n', and
I'd mls It If topped. Aad An-
drew, I guw I aitt #lS g to die
right of; ad, anyway, I dtot know
a I need a grap d nfsal bye sad
bye any m*re than yom eed a man
to help yrou out, ad Jeie Alea Sneeds
a rat rt gt now. so well sped that
money tor wbat good we caN get out
of It"
SAad. W tht Miranda had al
t0e0e tWoong oR her artnd, de burst
Into tarm-41osou Post.


As Intelligent ohe.
""ohea," remarked the great
travelle, "are queer things. They're
queer for two reasoM-their cause
a the vast ditfrenc ain their
*nMda. leence has explained why
there are choes, but It can't tell
why one should reverberate with
bees toeas In response to a shrill
Wo yell, while another reverse
itis or respuds natutaly."
'1 reakoe you've heard a number
o echoes" hasarded the young man
whose furthest trip from home was
a distance of thirty-mine and a halt
mlles.
"Rther! I recall one in Switer-
lead; the echo rolled (or Just four
secoede-no more, no less. Then
there's one In the Pyreness that
janp six time, rant loud sad harsh.
then low and soft, the load again.
and so on There'e one la the weat-
ern part of Germany that holds a
tall 4*Ste of eves words before
release a sound, th Uival a
eietala *eho la Aft aasan whieb
haM have *MOsed."
*d lke to her a few of 'a"em
said t* home-staylWa chap with a
ofne show of wiateus.
"Of eWurse you would." reeoaded
the traeller encoalny. "There
are a few thin In the world more
Interesting than a cood echo."
"You're right." said the other
thoughtfully. "I ain't even been but
a ow miles from home. but I've
heard one o' the straeot echoes
that ever was anywhere.
"Up In the little range o' hills
twenty miles yonder is a ravine. If
you stand at one end of It and yell
'Jonest' the echo come back, 'Jones.,
JoaTs What Jones? "
The great traveller looked musing-
ly Into space and was silent- Rlch.
mood New-Leader.


Much time in glaod. -"
mer I had experience with it' '
"I tell nto a sort of habit
log things. First it wa a vWluM
ubIIlla. I did not mis t unt tK.S
Xt to ipy hotel after a after t
atre supper. The next .orin
made my hbuibnd take me to th
theatre and the two restaur& ea
where w had been the uobt before
but without result.
"Then oan American friend suggest.
ed Sotland Yard. I went there, aI
there it was. It bed been turned Il
by a cab driver.
"TwIe afterward I lost my eam
bell, and got t tbek to the sam
fbbie.N each time leaving v a W
ward for the ab driver awho dper
of the value oat the umbrellua, as
quired. Then t lost a tI pair tof
ownpera slaes ad I got them back. ,
It --Nw Ya oeMen system the
lift over there have of encouraging
honesty. A cab drive who 1ads any
thing In his vehlole is required to
turn It In. and he knows that If the I
owner claims It he will be rewarded"
-New York Sun.


Mesopotania.


It has always seemed a mot e-
traordinary thing that the lad be-
tween the Tigris and the BDphrateWe
which was the seat of the great
empires of the ancient' world, ad
wbiah shared with the Nile Valley the
distinction of being the richet
moasrowing land, should haye tor o
many centuries laid desolate d
weste. But the natural richness of
eo s61 U not the only fatr to IS
fertility of the ad. vean more
than Iyt It was dependent on carme
tl e-A ecentatAo Irrltio, sad ta
the days of the great sWoverelgs ato
lbylon ltheO aals were mWo strlp
ly and Jealously gmaded. But whM
the anolet empires ftallry fell 40
caaels aead isatimon worlas were a
leoted and left Weared tor, with
the result that in a tow years' time
the anad of the desert ad the weed
choked up the waterways, *ad th
land relapsed Into desoletlon. But the
new ministry at Coitantinople has
awakened to the Importance of the
matter, sad Sir William Wllkoocts.
the famous engineer, who wrote a
most valuable monograph on he
Babylonian canals a few ers ago.
has been trusted with the woe.
The total cost of the work on the
Duphrate I* estimated at a qarte
of a million of Turkish pounds of
'whch 100,000 willto spent in te
first year. Por such en bsurdly
meall eum can the desert bt ooe
nore turned into fertile land.-L-O
don Globe.


An Important Point. How to Keep the Cook.
I Itend," 6W te CLM&t to In those days of the perplelng ser
ve tis cty a sess.atia. to Y a girl qu tion and the can't
tto tIs avet as younls xknow beenIpbokokeIt Is laterestifg
t i In benesso herel or tee tow* note that there are some strik-
ty6 d y a business here n ar two&. lug em eptions to the general rule.
ty yar. ve r ined sesn--l, 0i The olcago School of DoeetI Alft
I Ny armlttW to a so, dand sle ee 4 Its t annual meet
I thk you will agree with oh when la eented a gold medal to a maid
1 y that me. who ee wwso has serwd oatlnsoosly la one
able to beld up a laotat bufslamy for hiMrt4War yelWS, sad plao.
WO 0s"ows e t ""1 to*on a ro ll of honow e saames of
00 498M etheas2e who have kWp t oae pla
.60- b Asot',"* a" sea to ety yes. Ms.
,"Ye roed a a as n t*h W Nel*on T~OO m, the Rueky employ.
omS. "rYmW theory is abouately so te priOe wt a e, said: "In my
I2SoS, WSt I'd L* to *aMo theo llsrvat problem weold
ai. A. l- ISW tO e w tg solve a" speedy I t oe oldtlme as$
Sp quit gidleg aa bolaw af b etwaeen erast am SMeOop
ItW Uhea setU O tSeM of td""L w be revived. E is stays
Sbmme a e sh ke ses as e we
p e as to heao er na l a Moe o fes aB e
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pedal simply pushes up for high
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ball, west to the Governor to have
bim deweot him.
'Ib G-vernor sids: "Did you walk
iW % witS that shoat?"
"I dje't like to ay,"

"Hfhe you got the arcass?"
M"ofY bosbe, you wretobh; at the.
t lehsthwmae tn ait and ba a
aWeb oft in t r amoke house as you
keep 4b yowe."
At court the Governor said: "Your
IHb'r, tias man has no more of that
atmlen at than I have"
The man was cleared.-National
Monthly.


Loss of Lineoe.
Of the destruction of Messina a by-
result is the loss of linease and al
trace of family. Many children, toe
young to know their surnames or to
pronounce them intelligently, were
rescued, and their names, fortunes,
Utite, descents and origin have been
eeolutely cut off. They can tell no
more than that they are "Bimbo" or
"Bamblna, 'Wino" or "Nina." Many
Were obviously children whom women
of rank have borne and loved and
nOres tended Italiant ake root In
their provincial dties and it often
happeoa tht a family bee no connec-
tion beyond the walls. Uven if dim-
taut uncles aid aunts exist, they
can not reegan le children so young.
DoesmeuS exist to attest the civil
Standing of Sany rescued adults, but
the esa childlre boen the world
w aeealF or bta.
The COdOst city.

eTakt i. In eastern beria, is aald
to b the Wie carty Ian the world.
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Desirable Game.
To the African traveler the hippo-
potamus is a species of Same partio
ularly desirable, for its Ivory and Its
hide are both valuable, while the
not Inconsiderable danger Involved
in its pursaut provides the delicious
emotion without which every kind ot
hatn is tame and lmsipid. Mor
over, t obligations under which the
leader of the expedition lies to feed
les servants and carriers adequately
makes one of these enormous 1easts,
twelve feet lons or so and dispropor-
tionately wide, a perfect godsend.
Not only does the hippopotamus fur-
nish a formidable amount of moat,
but that meat has the Inestimable
merit of keeping fresh much longer
than any other, principally owing to
the fact that flies seem to have an
Insurmountable horror of it. I must
admit that for a long time I thor-
oughly sympathized with the nise!
Alive, the hippopotamus has a peou-
liar odor, somewhat resembling mud,
which discloses the presence of the
animal from afar, when he happens
to be to windward of one. In the
flesh of the dead animal this odor-
or the taste of it, rather-persists,
and is much appreciated by the na.
Uves, though foreigners take a lons
time to get as ustomed to it; some
ard never able to support it-Wide
World Ma asine.


AU aew Nweam T



"tir per 1..-~e h, tree which stood an a
i", Nto. 4 90"t' t fa il new salyeftl'em
be ars the blowing letter a in
p ueg set Pe0at eN*ow the e airt the block:
"D Boon
Mrs. Cbsshr !ere the wis af a 1- 7."
Urmsw at Wfteeod Brber W hb. Indeed of curves the has tri'
A' tm t prof O W t oas detective nasles, the O's a open at the bot w
* ,dBtw A trht eeiAtbe e ranks tom and hoe 7 a are of an old style.
Mt bwaa stng the Is ad. Thei lers are Identical with those
WW -sNAi tile thieve have bean ut e the stone at the Richmond
taMing he cbickm sop t ad those Court ouae. The onlat on whia h the
od be nelbe. a, d though repeat. ra o tood li on the route which Dean
M. wea rse Oase to loc a the sel lBoone took when eonsn to I
atelm' fuwi d a(teh the thieves, k tion of uentucky rom Vir la.
ae et oe without avalL Pleatly, Mr. M secured the obloet om
fr. Roleds, believing that the the Rev. George Willis, wo dsteov.
S fl would contain e eso lon as ee d the utttin w while bhelt ia
les wowere left, thought out a 18i0 on his farm two miles from
Ias irieshse put into execution. Salyeo ville. The greater portions of
Ibe sesed some red paint and a the letters were overown by mom.
blbh and gave each of her chickens Mr. Willi thought but little of this
*eQ ofe pailt. The ezpeted raid tree until he began to clear the
&n*f, hbenesr took place and Mrs. woodland In 1894, twen he out the
Rounds kept lose tab on the mar- block out and kept it until recently,
kot. Mhe was not long in discovering when he was planning to leave the
he poultry with painted leops and the State for Washinton. As it would
identity of the follow who sold the not be of as much bstorictVal ue
poultry was easily ascertained.--Na. there ta in Kentucky, MrW. lam pro
tional Poultry Journal. called upon him to leave it in this
state.
Patrick Henry's exe Senator H. H. Smith, who Is an au.
It is said of Patrick Henry that thority on the growth of timber and
turiag his praetics of law in the Vir- Is cuanted with the slow change of
glais courts, and when he was faW such lettering, saw that there is no
Iat uy addressed as "Oovernor," t, doubt mt t the letters were really
man wo Hd ben arrested for out by the pm tr.-LdIngton corre
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he amid.
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DU QUINCEY NOT IN *I.
Teddy. after having a 4fdlak ,
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liked It
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S"M e ..to..t "Whavt's that party ikinckg aboutr
i*bW V w 9 f. seN one New Yorker.
Setw we e a Mely 6bt--* ."Oh. he's e of those guys whs
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-Boeton HrStd. the other. "He came here on a
round trip ticket from Philadelphis
IU WrO DW NSVR KNOW. and lost the return coupon."-W *A.
.Blf pond of tea, please." Inaton Star.
rees or baeer 1H1S 8OLUTION.
o lewc. I for The Mald-Why have you always
Deesn't amtter which. It's for a d
kMti "nn-afto V<*itt remained sigle
The Man-I suppose It's because I
was born that way.-Brooklyn Eagle.
PAY BY Tl7=B ROUR.
"Do po a your servants by the WHAT A WASTB.
Wik or b the mouthT". Johnny-Do they have elepheats tn
*Me1w7t How long do you think Asia?
hey stay wl as? We have to pay Papa--Oh, yes.
thow by the hebr."-Boston Post. Johnny-Do they have 'olro ee to
=0""" Asia?
TIBD. Papa-No-o-o; I think not.
le-You never seem to want to Johnny-Wel, what's the use of
tke me anywhere eipe we are 'mar- having elephants it they don't have
ritd. circuses?-Home ,Notes.
e-I'd take you anywhere if you'd
owly stay there orever.-Brooklyn COMING EABY.
bfgle. .Mrs. Grame ecy-What in the world
-- put the idea of a divorce in your
NO MONOPOLY., head?
W Wet n Ileuse to marry the best Mrs. Park-1'vs been so happy here
git la the world." said the young lan the country with the check my
-n. husband sends me regularly, I'm sure
"be." epeante4 the clerk, "that that- living on alimony must be the
a-h- t"lMee- batm*d -lioenses for ideal existence. diooklun Life.
tbk girl ,is esesoB."-Puck. -
...-- RDIPYING.
NUIOhGksLY. Gentleman (looking for rooms)-
"So you don't like that crowinS Did you 4ay a mosic -teacher oocu-
rO.te~ f plee the next apartment? That can.
"I haven't anything against the not be very pleasant.
rooster pereimaay. put every time Landlady (eargerly)-Oh, that's
he crows he reminds me that I don't nothing. He has eleven children, and
like the people e t belongs to."-Wash. they 'make so much noise you can't
tgaton etar. hear the piano.-fHarper's Basar.

THU BAD MAN OKPLAdNS. LIFELIKE ATTITUDE.
"Takes four men to handle me "Some of our prominent men," sug
when I git started." tested the photographer, "like t
"I asw one man handle ye yester- have their photos taken in a characO
day over oan the ext raohb." terltico attitude."
"Well, they happened to be short- "Suits me," responded the subject.
headed over there."-Loulsville Con- "Photograph me with my nose
rrJouraal. against a grindstone. Got one handyT"
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preserved by this process, adopted by
a firm in the north of Engtand: Act-
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extracted by the vacuum, and atmo-
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Dvaporation of the Oontents of the
egg, w6loh has a harmful effect, Is
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