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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 26, 1910
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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. 23. SAN MATEO, FLA., MAR. 26, 1910. Pablisbe lulky, ,00 i& lar.
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News of the Week



Town election next Tuesday week.

Pear trees in this section put on0 a
wonderfully full bloom this season.

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gowen, of
Creaceut City, are expected here to-
day for shortt visit.

C. J. Wright has charge of the
Ralph property and is now working
and ferterlizintsame.

Fred. Ca;ringtot has a new trotter
and is now contracting for the care
of non-retl4ent grove property.

Wm.i t ba go 94 stand of
corn a few.Jqlhes above1 the ground
on hie Maxwell & 'Anderson home
0* place.
Mr and Mrs. Buckland, who have
been spending the winter here, left
for their I well, Mass., home last
Monday.

Levi H&, wiro left here in Jan-
uary for a trip around the world, has
been bear from. Cards have been
received from Japan.

J. A. Bear and the salesman for
Sithnational Harvester Co., drove
qver.fruow the.-Ueu City Wednesday
1 ab.lpsines mission.

S ri'ansuranoe adjuster for the 0.
Jooper Bailey Company, of Palatka,
'as here the first of the week In the
matter of the fire loss of Mrs. E. W.
Clark.


Miss Crodby accompanied Mrs.
Baker as far as Savannah Monday
and bha been spending the balance
of the week with Mrs. Howard, at
Jacksonville.

Rev. and Mrs. Lemley left Tues-
day for New York. They sailed
from Tampa and will visit Crescent
0ity, DeLaIsd, Orlando and Sanford
en ro0 te, W ey will leave In May
for a tr l rough Europe.

Mr. F.' .'Piarnside, of Palatka,
W vbteW 9 l ay to Daywona in his
big Rambler touring car, had the
l3sitor$tqe to injure his machine otn
bad road, this week, which neces-
S4 tsatated abandoning the, trip.

,P. H. Bond, ot Cleveland, 0., came
U l ft .overland route froan Pa.
latl day evening. Mr. Bond
I$ ie Isa *ee f his lot here is still
010 He hasn't ordered tha
I, SOYlettage yes.

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Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland are vislt-
ing their son, Julian, at his Dunn's
Creek turpentine Damp. As a rule a
turpentine camp is anything but a
thing of beauty, but Mr. Sutherland's
place Ji all exception, anilIa prettier
spot would be hard to find.

The Presbyterian Manse had a
harrow escape from burning last
week. One of the chimneys l)urned
out and a spark caught a thiigle
which was all ablaze when found
but ready hel soon put it out thus
saving a seritlo conflagration.

Orange groves are being worked
and fertilized pretty generally all
over this section now. Groves that
went through the cold without losing
their feaoes are putting on fine
blodm. Where cold caught the
leaves the bloom aI slight, boeti-t is
believed that they will have a later
bloom.
If some of the brother editors
would spend half so much time itn
advocating good roads in Florida as
they do dabbling in politics, it would
be much better for our State. It
seems out of place to be keeping the
"political pot" boiling througbout
the year, instead of wlwaing until
the ,campaign is about to begin.-
Titusville Advocate.
St. Johns County is getting bl)sy
now on road matters. An effort in
being made to raise some $80,000 to
build a road from St. Augustine to
Hatitngs and complete, the road
from St. Augustlne to the Duval
County line. The prospects are
good now that by another winter we
will have a hard surfaced highway
from many point.l in Putnam to St.
Augustine and Jacksonville.
Dr, MeRae. of Melrose, was In Pa-
latka one day this week. The Doc-
tWi was the first onel i lin section to
buy an automobile, and he ays five
are owned in his neighborhood now.
Dr. McRae, while in favor of the re-
cent bond issue for a court house
and hard roads, was strongly op-
posed to the St. Johns River bridge
proposition. He says lie has changed
his mind now and is glad to see the
bridge.
The Mimsses Brown and Farris are
entertaining a week's end house
party at their flat, anid at the Palms
some 16 or 18 young ladies and gen-
tlemnen from Hastings, Palatka, Int-
terlaohen sand Francis are having
the time of their lives. With a
dan-e last evening at the school
house, attended by everybody in
tbls seOtion, as well as maon Jolly
parUse oomlng from Palatkha by
tutos, busses and launuche, the
bouse peity Is on the way.


Pay your poll tax If you want to
vote in the coming primary, April
Oth is the last (lay upon which you
can do it. Under the new law the
candidate cannot do thim for you, as
was done heretofore itn lilany casNes.
J. I). Points, the plumiber, of Palat-
ka, is here putting down a b)ig ylin-
der 10 feet deep for Mr. DIotny to
enable him to get his pump valve
some 30 feet below the surface in or-
der that his 16 horse power engine
and pump will lift the water froit
his 3 6 foo.t artesialt well. Pressure
now rises only to about 40 feet of the
surface.
The fishing is fine these days
several partien have been out this
week among them: Geo. Rowland
and son, of Gloveraville, N. Y., Dr.
Cochrane, C. H. Seaman, of Fishkill,
N. Y., E. A. mimlth, of Lowell and L.
1B. ailey. They come In- with
string of black bass 16 to 90 In num-
ber running from I to 6 lbs in
weight.
It was only after much urging by
his friends that Mr. H. T. Solania
was Induced to run again for County
Commissioner from this district.
His announcement will be found on
another page of this paper. Mr. So.
lana has bSpn onl the Board long
enough inow to get tile run of things
and is worth more to the district and
county than a new man would be.
Give Mr. Soaana another term any-
way. While there has been some
kicking on the work of the Board,
there Is to everyone. The Item
simply wants to say that this Board
.haa done more for the upbuilding of
Putnam County than all the former
Boards put together in the past
iany years. The ONLY piece of
liard surfaced road built In 30 years
In Mr. olaaia's district was built
under his administration. Nuft aid
-send himn back.
l)r. Henderson, of A. K. Hawken
Co.. Atlanta, Opticians, will again
vilit Palatka and will be atourstore
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
March hlst, April lst and 2nd. We
have for a number of years had a
graduate optician from the above re-
liable firm of opticians visit us
annually, in order that our people
may secure the best service possible
In having their eyes tested and
glasses fitted. If you think you need
glasbis call and have Dr. Henderson
test your eyes, the examination will
cost you nothing, and if you do not
need them he will tell you so, if you
do, he will be very glad to fit you
with what you need. Jall, phone or
write us and make your appointment

AOKuiiAN-BTswApr Dsue Co.
Palatha, Florida. It


Special Master's Sale.

UI4)DER AND HY VIRTUE OF A DKCICEE
of For-e-l(oiure and Sale rendered in the
Circuit Court of the Kighth Judicial Ircuilt of
the State of FInrlda, In and for PutI amI County
byI the Ilon. James T. Will. Judge of tal
Court, dated the 3rd day of March, .. 1)., UllO1,
wherein William Curran is complainant, and
Henry W. Taylor anti his wife. Sarah C. Ta'lor,
Marvin Malby, and Maliby Machinery Con-
ny. a orporal tin, are dIefenlanlt, and where-
ii the undersigned wa. appointed Special
Master in Chancery tom ell the property here-
inafter described, 7Ishall offer for. NI e at pub-
lic auction, for cash, to the highest and bent
bidaler, at the front moor of the Court House,
in the City of Palatka, I'utuanm County, Florida,
on the
FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. A. D., 1910,
bIlIgo the fourth day of said month. duli ng the
legalhours of sale on that day, lthe following
descmribd property menntion.ed in the Bill of
Complaint Illoe herein, lyingK and being In said
Puuinam County, Flori a, to-wit:
All those certain tract., ph ccte or parcels of
land, situ to4 in the County of 'Putnam and
State *of Vlorid, dejerilKd as: The undijded
one-halI interest of ilhe Southweist quarWr of
the Northwest quarter, all of i he southwest
carter and the southwest quarter of the
onmthoaat quarter,'l in de-tion One (1), con*
talking two hundred and tonrty (140) acm A. ..tl
of fractional section Two (), containing tUree
hundred and eighty-elht (Un)Macres. Alaso the
Northeast quarter and tp ortheaat quarter
of the Southeaat quarter, and the wt ts lf of
the Southeaat quarter of eetion even (11),
c"nltintntt wo hundred and eighty (mo) acres.
Also the Wamt half and the West half of the
SoutheaMt quarter, and the Southeast quarter
of the Southeasat quarter; all In section Twelve
(I1).conlalning four hundred forty ("44,) area.
Also the Weat half and the Northeast quarter
of the Northeast quarter, and the WVest half of
the Northeaiatquarter and the North half of lhe
Southeast quarter; all in Bection Thir-tinn (1.),
contalolng live hundred and twenty (620) acres.
Also the Souih half I the Northeast quarter,
the North half of the Southeast quartLr, also
oist 1,1, antd 8; all in Section Fourteen (14),
c IntalninK two huntrei and forty 40) acre.
Also Lotl or the Nortbeast quavWts of the
Northeast quarter of Section Twenty-Foar
(24), oontain ip forty (40) acres All of above
dese ibedi land located In Township Klesen
(II). 0., Range Twenty-Severn 17) East,oon ta
I"ng in the aggregate 148s acrei, be the Name
more or less. Kxcepting and reserving 74 .res*
to> )e eolectefd in accordance with tie deed from
Herman Miller toll. W. Taylor. dated I)D-eesn.
her 2nd, It07, by whbeh the above premises
were conveyed.
E. N. CALIIoJN.
Special Master in Chancery.
iIILBUi N A OUOM.
dolicitors for Conplainant. marftd

Notice.
The Annual Election of Town Of-
fleers for the Town of Sanit Mteo
City, Florida, will be held at thl- F.
E. (. depot 'Tuesday, April 5, 191(h
for the purpose of electing:
A Mayor.
A Clerk and T'l'rasurer.
A Marhlial.
Three Molembrs of Town Counell.
Itegitratlon Ithook l open at thli
Postoffice until 'Tu'wday, Marchl6 W.
J. It. owI. :,
Attest:- Mayor.
HAOLD W. 1I11.1,4,
Clerk.

Mr. I). H. Winslow, U. S. Supt., of
Road Constructioi, from the o e
of Public Ioads, Wa hington. .,
is the mana ient here from Wash ng-
ton on request of thle County Bond
Trastees, to show them how to build
sand, clay and other road. Mr.
Winslow I. coiatructing a sectlen of
road on the Palitka-Hostwick road
between lower Itice Creek bridge
and Ptlatka. it is being,-built of
mand and clay and anyone Insterested
in hard roads should drive out from
Palatka and see how It is being done.
This applies to local oontractors and
those interested front ear (y tOWns
and counties. ,


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FLORIDA FRUITS AND PRODUCE
WS WASHIlNGTON STREET. . ... NEW YORK.


SPIMPALTIN S:


PIneapples OrangeI P QGrapNlt, Ely Vegtle V


BetaMllhed 9dW.
U YEARS',EXPERIENCE IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANGES.

Cerrish Brothers
#2 and 34 B O rOna
Commercial St. BOSTON.
40MMISSION M RCHANT&r


Member of NaUonal Leg omauisalos Mecaatrc a of .
Referee: The Item, 4th NaL Bank, Bostoa.
WTUTB US oR TWOIMI4


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Robson & Son,


ComInSSION MBRCIATS


IARPIBTON.


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THE LARGEST RECEIVERS OF FLORIDA PRODUCE IN CHARLES.
TON. SHIP US ORANGE TANGARINES, GRAPEFRUIT, PINKAP-
PLES. YOU WILL FIND IT A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH
US, BECAUSE WE ARE RELIABLE AND WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT,
1N EAST BAY. I AND I ATLANTIC WHARF.

ESTABLISHED 1117.
PHILLIPS & SONS,
Commission flerchants
Members of National League of Comm leIon Meorhants of the United Sates


"SOUTH RNRVEITABL S
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W. M. STANTON & COMPANY,
PINEAPPLS A SPCIALTY.
Wholesale Commission Merchants


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PHILADELPHIA.


Reteresioee: Rwry Jennahg, TO bihal. Ie; SNOW Dies., LAkoma, Mle.
0.A. Mobnon, UMa, 7Ia; A3. ATbomes, DesrieM, PIa;. AL V. WO
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Merchants,


NO. 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
PINEAPPLES, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES AND VEGETABLES
1LED ONLY ON CONSIGNMENT MEANS THE PROFIT FOR
THAT OTHERWISE GOES TO THE BUYER.
WRITE FOR STENCILIL SHIP


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Genntison & Brown Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WANT CONSIGNMfNTS OF


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
PROMPT RETURNS.


U443 SOUTH MAIN STREET.


REFERENCESI
OU S NEWS.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


ATLANTIC NATIONAL SANK


AND THE *PRO


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Ernest M. Merrick,


Commission Merchant.


FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE O UR SPECIALTY
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IMPORT*


REFERENCES: Chatham National Bank, N. Y.; Aetna National Bank, N.
Y.; Fidelity Trust Co., NY., and etmmerelal Aenoleos.
377 WASHINGTON STREET, . . . .. . NEW YORK.


Wholesale Fruil and PFiaio


SOUTHERN FRUITS AND VEGITAIBES
NO&S W4M a STREET, N .W.


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SHIP US


ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,
Vegetables In Season

GEO. B. LONG & CO.,
VEGETABLES IN SEASON. 1
@ Wet Market Street-140 Miehigam tlet -- -- -- BUFFALO, N. V.
I RIFERENCEL
Flerda Repreentqtlves COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
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FLORIDA FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
344 WASHI' GTON STITR r.
Wft for stellOle or a" In foriaati m desired oonceromia Florida
rtte *d aUvessM. we bMotaesemlvely on commilslo.

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MempMe, Tan.,
THE LEADIJO BWIOKER IN

FLORIDA FRUITS


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A NEW FIRM N BALTIMORE,

3. -. Gavan & Co.
806 LIGHT STREET.
HAy YOU GIVEN US A TRIAL? WE'RE MAKING GOOD FRJ NDS
ALL OVER FLORIDA AND WE WOULD LIKE TO MAK ON! 5 1
YOU. OHECK SENT DAY GOODS ARE SOLD. ASK T NA
AL BANK OF COMMERCE OF SA LTIMORE At TO OUR RES 4 A
ULMTY; ANY MEMBER Oi THE NATIONAL LEAGUE R OF CO l IS
ION MERCHANTS OF BALTIMORE AS TO QOUR RolRI
ANY COMMERCIAL AQEN6Y To E.T REPORT OP F
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OUR tPEOIALTIES,
Florida Oranges, Grapefruit and
Vegetables.


43 & 41 Eighteenth


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1804 Pike St.


Pittsburg, Pa,


SARTYOUR NEXT CAR
of an ie=d- sai raperutt to us If you want good results. We
a sk. asity of V. 0. B. sales and work all markets. Our
e 4 aI"i Get InM toueh wtbh us. We can make you
nw, L. l IotW- Rs ow beet care.

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I ded Oommleiton Merchants.
S2 1. OLarMs St Baltimore, Md.
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SMembe tUa.Apple shipper' Associatln.
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* We live Special Attention to Florida
* Fruits and Vegetables.
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A. E. Meyer & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.


Fruits and Vegetables


18 PARK PLACE,


(Established 1853)


NEW YORK


References: New York National Exchange Bank; Commercial Agencies;
j Transportation Lines.

j WE WANT -

CAR LOTS.OF ORANGES & GRAPE FRUIT
Largest car lot handlers In Chicago. Members National League of Com.
mIssioner Merchants, the best recommendation a house can have. Write
our Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, about us. Ask any fruit
trade paper about us. Your Interests are ours. Get in touch with good,
live people. Write for stamp that will get you car load rate of freight
en your small sahpments.
M. OEORGE & COMPANY,
NO. N SO. WATER *T. -- - -- - CHICAGO, ILL.


W. F. KURTZ CO.
2M8 WEST ST. NEW YORK.
Our reputation Is for qulok returns and satisfactory results.
Florida Oranges, Crape Fruit
and Pineaples.
References: Irving National Bank, The Packer, Pruit Trade
JoUnal, MercantUle Agenotes and any responsible house In the
United State. ___

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


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Treassrer.


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Secretary.


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mrdiI0 to thte traM. ht te-
OM- of the o e lper eeL ist
sot state lo the board of -perviT
of. Tbh retloati of oty to maty
-call it once more the reEss laeeoq -
Ity esltlUg between te twa Is pinat
of authority. The towas have e
many votes ti the board of mpeWevr
ors as the e t baa The town have
one-ffth of ta population of. the
oouay. They have but one4eveath
of the county tax, and yet they eding
like grim death to the Idea that they
shall rtain a equality of voting
strength in the county legislature.
This io not a new complaint on the
part of cities. but It is a perpetual
I1ustice that should be righted.-
Buffalo News.

A Unique Village.
The little village of Duckland-ta-
the Moor has many claims to atls-
Unction. It has a population of
fewer than one hundred, and entirely
belongs to the Rev. W. P. Bastard,
who lives at Bckland Court and who
celebrated his golden wedding by en.
tertalning his tenants. Time was
when the "big house" was looked
upon as comprising half the popula-
tion. Buckland is elso unique Inas-
much as It has no public house, no
policeman, no physician, no clergy-
man and no pauper. It Is in the
Ashburton church living, and all old
people there are pensioned by the
estate owner.-London Standard.


St. Edmund's Hall.
St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford, the In-
dependence of whioh seems threat-
ened by neighboring Queen's College,
Is now the sole survivor of the orig-
inal "halls" from which university
life arose at Oxford. It bears the
name not of the martyred Saxon
monarch but of Archbishop Edmund
Rich, who possibly about 1219 deliv-
ered near this spot the first Oxford
lectures on Aristotle. This legend
once enabled the present principal to
retort that if Dante really visited Ox-
ford he might conceivably have sted-
ted at St. Edmund's Hall, but not at
Queen's College, which did not then
exist-Westminster Gasette.
Kitchen Martyrs.

Even the kitchen can boast its
martyrs. Chlef among these was Va-
tel, the chief oook of Conde, who ran
himself through the heart with a
sword because the fish had not ar-
rived in time for a banquet which his
master was giving Louis XIV. Vatel's
panegyrlic I to be found in the con-
cluding volume of the "Almanach des
Gourmands": "So noble a death In-
sures you, venemble ahade, the most
gloris immortality You aIte prov-
ed that the fanatlun of honor can
exist in the kitchen as well as la
the camp and that the suit and the
saucepan have also their Catos aad
their Deluse."*
Cuban Coooa Groves.
he oooatnut groves of Cubs have
recently bees attacked by a serious
diseme, whak is said to b widely
read in tropical America. Porto
Rioo however, has thus hr escaped
ft. It Is a bacterial malady oonfaned
to the orown, or terminal bud, of tim
teees, where it predues a rot. The
great eight of the tree, and the
btt that the mtaal beds are
Mthe wth f the pelts l o M older
leav make It yvey lCat to treat
a disease with Ioowl resdies. It
Is. td ot fbadera are
TodN44 M tat onpmv atofnmsetst
ktwoe -at 61 Is
A toette et f Amlt tia w

awSgiM (Mas) ma 1MI r
A^LA ^^A b~iR j^^^&^^^ ^^^^


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No p e seo g!I r see&s toA *
any bumr that se risa et biSs
salin eos eeos hls d bs % edbsly
the woode6 ease, by pbig with
them I the wet Is v erysAms.d .le.
espehaly whbA those woodes ebbs
have soch delicate and sensltive shafts
as the aew Dreadeougts. Great p-
cautions must *be taken and sret at-
teneto should be given to them after
Two good soakings, noeleted, are
quite enough to ruin a thin driver
hbaf. It Is simply wicked to take
good elubs out on a wet day in a
beg which Is without a hood. After
ecob shot the player shouMld wipe ad
dry the sole and e ofthe head and
the shaft-It can all be done In a few
seconds-and at the end of the day he
should put a piece of gtta perch In
wre dried thoroughly, but not by put-
ting them close to a fire or stove.
Chalk the aces of the drivers to keep
out the wet.
The anolents knew many good
dodges 'wheh have been forgotten.
The other day I read in a very old
annual that in winter the player
should put t niece of gutta percha in
a small stoppered bottle and fill the
bottle up with ether. Then when the
solution becomes as thick as cream it
should be poured off and applied in a
thin coat to the face of the wooden
clubs, where it serves the dual prr-
pose of keeping the wet out of the
wood and giving a go9d grip to the
ball. The idea seems excellent.-Lon.
don Standard.
a


Glaastone Didl Not Smoke.
One of the few accomplishments
which Gladstone never acquired was
the art of smoking. His few attempts
in this direction are reported to have
been dismal failures. Only once was
he know ei try a cigarette, the oo-
casion M1ng ftre evening when King
Edward (then prince of Wales) was
his guest at Downing street. After
dinner the prince desired to smoke,
and Gladstone with fine courtesy
sought to place his guest at ease by
at least lighting a dgarette. In later
years the Grand Old Mian one day ac-
* caused his secretary of smelling of the
weed. "No wonder," was the reply:
"I've been over half an hour with Sir
WilUam Harcourt." "What! Does
Harcourt smoke?" exclaimed Glad-
stone. "You must tell him to be
careful always to change his clothes
before he comes to me."-WestmnA.
ster Gasette.
The First Auto.
There arrived at Gagdad the other
day the airst postal automobile and
It filled the minds of the ntlves
with wonder and awe. The car car-
rier the maU1, hitherto borne on
camele' bacs, from Aleppo, a di
tane of 635 miles, In sixty houn.
Thie can hardly be called a speed
record, but when it s remembered
hat the roads are moluh eO l
tradk leading through the deep sands
of the yrian desert and the stony
plains of Mesopotamia the journey at
the rate of lile more than ten mlles
an hour a&peals quite a creditable
peaformane. The Moslems of theee re-
glons, hitherto steeped in the fiercest
astaledsm, now gladly intrust parcels
and missives to this new sAip of the

Gallery of Phetegraphs.
The Royal PhotosiemhIo Sooelty, of
Mngland has been wanoyed by the re-
fusal of the National Portrait Gallery
to exhibit photamphs and has de*
olded to establsh a nionsl salery
of photosraphio portraiture. The
scheme huu met with enthuslastie
sneeit front all those Intereted in
the phefte art AW large num-
ber of bhotoeg h has been received
Sthe aer wl t hrown o

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mthe a sr e m.
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Opposite Western Union Telegraph Office Palilka, F1.
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NBW YORK.
Strong, Liberal, Prompt
A Sed Pstal ore Rates and Particulars.
G. Loper Bailey, Mgr.


Palatka,


Fla.


The


Feamside


ClOthing Company
Wlshes to thanks Its thousands of friends for the most prosperous year


n the history of its business, ad we wish you


A


Merry


Christmas


AND


A Happy New Year
It has always been the aim of this establishment to please Its Cus-
tomers and to give dollar for dollar in values purchased from us. This
we will continue to do as long ab we remain in business. For the cohl-
ing year our stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing will not be excelled
by any firm in the state of Florida.


Look for Trade Mark on Crown and Label.
The Most Healthful and Refreshing Drink.


The only authorized bottlers are


The Palala Coca Cola Boltling Co


EDWARD KUMMER, Prop.,


Mamfacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.


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OUR HAND-MADE

CLOTHING
Is All Guaranteed.


The Makers Stand Behind Every
Fabric.
Our Shoe Department comprises such lines as the famous Hanan,
Douglas and the only guaranteed patent leathers on the market.
CORRECT SHAPE


AND


FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATE&
Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.
WRITE FOR PRICES.


RALSTON HEALTH


SHOES


We are osle agents for Putnam County. We do not hesitate to say
that our furnishings department Is the largest in this section of the
state.
We furnish everything a man wears, and-we look after the LITI1TL
MEN as well. Our stock of Boys' Olothing is always complete.
And don't forget,
"If It Comes From Fearnside's It's Guaranteed."


Palatka


From


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Distilled Water.


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If You Don't Find What You


Want. Wrkt
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, dla
Itg room and large living room, Abow
two acres land recently set out la or
Anga trees, nicely situated In cent.
Ot town. Cottage furnishbed. For rent
or sale. Photo.
If you want a couple of rooms fo
light housekeeping or a cottage, write
us. Rates are $10 to $25 per month
Do It Now!
Ko. 8. Pleapple lands nla ade
cmaty, on railroad. 5 sacre lots, $10
per asor. It you want plaeappja land
or a paery already la bearing, write

41. A pretty little grove with floe
location for house on river bank
About five hundred boxes fruit this
season Wharf on the properLy and
new packing house.

Do you want an interest In bear-lnj
eOange grove? No Letter Irivestinent
I Florida. V.'rite for particulars. a*
fmate of prfitas, ex1enees, etc.
&6.-


48-acre tract, one of the best In San


Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, fences not in best of
shap?, small house and packing house.
Five acres In San Mateo corpora-
tion, $.o0. One-fourth mile from post-
office; lies well for two or more lots
for winter cottage.

You Want a Hem' is Pl
sad see what We 9Nea
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THE ST. JOHNS RI
Steamers "Cresceo

SOUTM BOUND.
au a"Oept Sunday.
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L"ve Orees Cove Sprna-. 10: 0am
v L Pavatha . . . 8:00pP
Sam e Sea 3ateo .... 8:10pm
S Ape te eesemt Oity . T:00pm

S J. TOWNSBND, Agt., Jacksoaville.
SMRl. J. W. MILLER. C
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I.Inindl North oftBgi
Aowording to Sr waiWn
* Building lots in eod location, $100 Wlo of t,
It to 001; 1002200 feet to setres in With Captain Bertram Dickson,
Sextet. formerly British Military Comnul at
r VaW, hatvin located Just where the
t We have properties running from ark struck real land after the deluge,
a few hundred to $18.000. Write us and having demoua uted additionally
_ about price you would want to pay that Noah was much given to the
r for a place and we will write you Juice of the grape, even though he
s about what we have around your fig- Invented the "water wagon," Sir WII-
urp. Ilam Willoks, the British adviser
There are orange groves here tha; to the Turkish Ministry of Public
are paying from $100 to $1,000 pO Works, now has come along with a
Sacred statement as to the precise geography
A Boston geoteman came down Il ical location of the Garden of Eden.
SDecember for his health, bought 10 Aeoording to his measurements the
acres of land for $500. had It set out, homestead of Adam and Bre was
to oranges and grapefruit; and before situated In the Harilah district, just
he left in spring could have sold at" about 250 kilometree north of Bag-
enough profit to have paid all his ex dad.
, ponses for the winter. He refused te( This spot, so. It is explained, is an
sell. 'oasis, situated in the centre of a vast,
desolate plain, which is traversed by
Fifty acres, part cleared, railroad, four arms of the Euphrates, which
one side, river on west; one mile represent the four rivers that are
from San Mateo postomfce, on hard mentioned. In Biblical stories of the
road(; $500. Garden of Eden. Of the four rivers
- referredd to the Euphrates apparently
Wild land, large tracts, up to one is the same river which still is known
thousand two hundred acres; five by that name, and thte Hiddekel has
miles west of Palatka; $6.00 acre. been almost universally identified
County building hard surface road with the Tigris.
through it; lies between two rail- The object of commentators who
way lines. have sought to put a literal construe-
- -- tion on the passage, thebfore, has
Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see been to identify the Pison and the
what we have to offer. It costs less Olhon, by finding two rivers, which,
than to go farther south and then come together with the Euphrates and the
back. Tigris, f(lfll the conditions stated
in Genesis:-"And a river went out
of Eden to water the garden, and
orMa. m t an Mates from thence it was parted and be-
came Into four heads." As there i
to ir. you Will no river which forms a common
e Jf YO Dme't ouree for the Euphrates, the Tigris
and two others, recourse has been
had to a strained construction of one
kind or other.
The quarrel between Cain and
Aibel, so Sir Williams holds, arose,
S1according to local tradition, over the
I water supply. Cain and his followers
were agriculturists, who eultivated
q- A the bapks of the river, while Abel
O PLA. was a shepherd, and it twas necessary
for his leSks that the pasturage on
the plain should be Irrigated. That
S TLIJE is to say, If the river flowed in its
Snatural bed the tillers of the soil
weald prosper, but If the waters were
IV"a BY AYW OT spread over the plains the shepherds I
would prosper. As the result of the 1
nt and Clivedon. row victory rested with Cain.
__________________Aa to the deluge, Sir William sug.
gets that the dams or dykes built I
NORf. BOUND. by the pastoral dwellers to conserve f
- the waters of the Euphrates and the
Daly tMept ,unday.eThris barst ad the plain between -
t_ e rivers was submerged, the great-
Sopm n f * *t :M o r art of the population being
Leavfe 6 M0 .. . *:b1 dw&o ed. Noah, having advance in-
Leave Palatka .. . :30am formation as to the condition of the
lufvo Gree Oove eprila 1:43 dam and foreseeing their collapse,
Arrive JS., aitle . . :*0pm built the ark and thus escaped the
big flood when It did come. Hence
S-- his voyage may not have been as
R. J. ADAMS, Agt., Palatka. long nla point of distance traversed,.
3en. M]r.. Crescent City. as often has been credited in .bhis
S. ..maritime record.
of fruits aad vegetables are gtvm
guick serve aand low prices for go Brainse of Men and Urutes.
iPe of Prof. Ranked sometime ago brought
RUBBER STAMPS AND STENCIl out a new faot concerning the brain
t1 se .eed S-treet, of a man as compared wkh that of J
TAEAL ote A SlLals.Ithas long bees
i yg p l gyALl snot weigh as mob as that ota whale,
A or an elephant, and that there are
Birds and spep whose bralas are
-' the weight of their bodies. But Prof.


"oe hwed th-at th way to rovedl

135?' ~~t. dot of tboeBoninelrd. Mesuied
4004* a bi heair t"&a A O.1wd
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BUSINESS, no master
where located. If you de-
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The oasly maclae which mak- h-e-
tIely pefct leek aod chais titcsUaso
athe machine.
Ladles
When you are in seed of a uewlat
mahiane, you no doubt intend to sin the
mtter iatellift ct iMdisutat amd
should buy one which wil last a lifetime,
VW Standard Rotar,
YeO M" It To TYmGM
to larn how the Standard Rotary will
do moe and better work, in less time.,
wad with -mc real comfort and pkasum
than any other machine made.
enmember
When you bay, you are chooalns be*
tween yea of tiresome work with a vi-
beatinr or o ilatiMn shuttle machine
and yeaofs oamfortand mad
aTa- gJ O ttr tle
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Moat Durable seinag maci n
T Ve e way Wleseme
to e the woademful "eaada"r" Rotey
whetheryoubuyor SOt. aeei TODAY.
You wl e .UIpul end duead
with Its many advantages.
Write ua for catalog and price list
IHE STANDARD SEWING MA-
HINE CO.. Cleveland, Ohio.




Wanted
Shippers of oranges and grap"rait
get In touch with Brtton & Cof
n, commission merchants, Norftlk.
L Refeese: National Bank of
-merofe Seaboard Bank. We ar
no way connected with any other
a here. Write us today.










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THE


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RT ORANGE CLIPPER.


By making a very large contract, we are able this year to reduce the
price of the Somers-Hart Orange Clipper from $1.25 to 8oc vach, post-
pa!d, and from $12 to $8.60 per dozen. The Clippor thl~ year iH an im-
provement over last year, as It IM urnished with a bolt to take up the
nut so that the wear of the sessors can be taken up. These clip-
pers have been adopted by the OCtrus Exchanges all owr the State,
and we are receiving orders from California and Porto HRio. It isn clam.
cd to be the best orange clipper on the market. Send for a trial pair
at 85c postpaid, or one dozen for $8.50.
L 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., ------ Jackoonville, Florida.


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HORACE HARMON LURTON, OF TENNESSEE,
Nominated by President Taft to fill the vacancy on the Supreme bench
caused by the recent death of Judge Peckham. Judge Luron sat for a
number of years on the same United States Circuit Court with Judge Taft.
His confirmation by the Senate, despite his age-sixty-five-is said to be
certain; but attacks are already being made upon his record by those who
charge that he has. been too uniformly favorable to the railroads in his
decisions.


Portable Wardrobes.
At this season particularly people
will appreciate the value of the port-
able wardrobe designed by an Illinois
mam. Returning from vacations spent


in two-by-four rooms, with no closets,
the advantage of the Invention here
presented looms large. In the first
place there is a grooved bracket, with
hooks by which it may be quickly
screwed. fast to the wall. A shelf
hinged to the bracket fits into the
groove and along the bracket under
the shelf, and on the bottom of the
shelf are rows of hooks on which to
hang clothing. Depending from the
shelf and Inclosing the clothing Is a
large bag which effectually protects
the garments from the dust and other
dirt that is bound to accumulate.
For persons who travel to any extent
or who summer In resorts where room
is at a premium, one of these portable
wardrobes will be found invaluable.
When folded for carrylpg they occupy
ttleo opie In the trunk.-Washing-
toen tar.


One ofthe old outows which has
be -- InagedSmthe laiwohing
a i3 0w si At of PlaclSa Cold
eesob =sr tkomain mLmat.Thisecolat
W" w, "A tof any Ceataideuormina-
ass lwuvis bomr the Wae ofrtbe
p.- ~ 4 Mimema e thslt abi eainied
~ ~gg p.4i~* o th "I land


Folding Doormat.
A folding doormat that is a conve-
nience for householders and saves
money to the manufacturers is that
devised by a New York woman. It
will also save householders money in
localities where doormat thieves ply
their petty trade, for it is no trouble
at all to fold it up at night and stick
it in the vestibule. The mat is made
of metal, with two side bars and a
surface of pivotally connected slats,
like folding gates. Attached to oppo-
site ends of the side bars are cross-
bars, by means of which the mat may
be held in position when in use. Oth-
erwise the continual stepping on it
would contract it. Manufacturers
find It a very appreciable saving in
freight in shipping mats of this de-
sign, as a dozen or more can be


packed in one box. Another advan-
tage of this type of mat is the ease
with which it can be cleaned. By un-
fastening the lacking ends and ex-
tending and compressing it several
times, the dirt that has accumulated
on it can be quickly disposed of.


A Lover's Question.
"Can you cook?" said the practical
lover.
She looked at him steadily.
"Can you supply all that has to be
cooked?" she said pointedly.
Common sense triumphed In this
case over sentiment, and the engage-
ment was duly annouseed.-Home
NoteM.


WITH A CAPITAL OP


S100,000.00
and SURPUt ald PlROPft of

^^Qoioao~o.


The


First


National


Bank


Of St. Augustine


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WONDERLAND


THEATRE


When in Palatka don't Fail to visit thio Wonderland


Theatre.


The MOVING PICTURE SH0W) of quality.


Entire change of programme each night.


Children 5c.


ing Cate N""I"KVB oI..T R
For any driveway or posts. Op
ed by any vhllhle without
un'l ( or1 ktuplig. Easily opened by
hai'dl, on foot or horseback, sad
r 'tr1(inds unfastened. CannoU
be "o.-ned by any stock. With ftd
'ontiol of reinh and teams, as*
denim are avoided. The machi.*
cry is all aiove ground, and so
rlinpl*) It never gets out of ord .
Satisfaction or no sale. It d"e
und safety of any homo.


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fmepNbtlers Mrecdvng the Se
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18 M$ as a simple copr.

qguNaedw, Vl oblig us wwo
WlN to parties adVertslIn la thu
fr the WIa state that they saw
advT4 tIwem6st In TThe Su Mate*
SThIs is little trouble and costs
sMufem but It helps us, and Is I*s
fastiom wanted by the advertiser.
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bteured at the pestoffloe at Baa
Mabto Fla., as seond-clas mail
nor.


DATE POLL TAXES ARE DUE.
Section 1, chapter 5928, Acts 1909
Laws of Florida, provides: It is here
by made unlawful for any person or
corporation In this state to pay the
poll tax for any other person, or fur.
nlsh the money to any other person
for the purpose of paying such other
person's poll tax; or for any Tax
Collector to- accept the payment ot
poll taxes from any person other
than the person whose poll tax is be,
lIg paid, except that one person may
pay the poll tax of another, provided
the person paying such poll tax shall
at the same time pay a tax duty a-
e Nsed on property belonagng to the
person whose poll tax la being paid.
Section 16 provides: That when
the payment of poll or capitation tax
is necessary to qualify voters for par-
ticipation nl the primaries herein pro.
vided for, that such poll or capitation
tax shall be paid not later than the
second Saturday In the month pre.
ceding the month in which such pri.
mary is held.
Stubborn as Mules
are liver and bowels sometimes;
seem to balk without cause. Then
there's trouble-loss of appetite-andi.
gestion, nervousness, despondency,'
headache. But such troubles fly be-
fore Dr. King's New Life Pills, the
world's best stomach and liver rem.
edy. So easy. 25 cents at S. W.
Rowley's. tf

OFFICES TO BE FILLED.


With the dates of the coming pri-
mary set for May 10th and June 7th,
S there is considerable interest just
vw as to what county and state of.
Ses are to be filled, and the list be.
.. low Is publlesd for the beneqt of
these interested:
One United States Senator.
Two Supreme Judges.
One Circuit Judge.
Two Rallroa4 Commissioners.
On e State's Attorney.
S.Tax collector.
:~tTt a f tAssesor.

So UAeaosurer.

members of the oasty f


'n5er of 5 Btate Da
IHBBRSHBFtS-^P-^ s... -..^ ^^ ^^^w -


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prioi


lthee wads, will
within tfew moathebe t o of r
*---** for -oe of the Se
frelgIt s8"MmblPoE-a *
roo & ompan ," tu
teos at Bordeau Prae, and ep~t
/ stes a total of xt theto
liftIso oft TOOm freight steamoblips ak
*|b. o B" ob Nie n as.- ports of the world. M. AL
roMn, set iN t, t the tIe, Ms speds
days i the city
M. Gebrom stated that Tama's 1W
JaektonvHIe, Pla.-In five hours, portance In coumectlosm Wth t P
. running time, and without accident ama carn. which was 0w4i"'.
or special Incident, Captain SeBoth Per isd n Europe through the Paamaa
F kins, who Is in charge of the canal cana ~elebrat, was lredplesle fte
work that is now connecting Jackson- the deesion of his company to at
* vIlle and 8t. Augustine by wIland wa. lish the line.
i terway, brought his aoe launch, the -.-.
' Dispatch, to the wharves at Jackson. Deafness 0,net f Cured. -
ville. This was the fBret bdet to pass by local applications, as the:y cas
through the canal, and the event not resh the diseased pottom-a of Se
Smarks the beginning of a very ImporTh Is only one way to cot
tant means of communloaUlob bq,. esJ o.n -. o an dy to mis b
I tween two Important PFor cities. deastnes, ad that is by o"a ms
r Within a few days motor boats and remedies. Deafness caused by at
small craft will be able to pass flamed condition of the mucs ill-
through from Jacksonville to St. Aug. ing of the Eustachlan Tube. Whet
ustine and on south to Miami; even this tube Is inflamed you ha4ve sa
Lually to Key West. Thus quietly has rumbling sound or Imperfect bearont,
one of the greatest engineering and when It is entirely closed, deat-
works in the United States been corn- n In the result, and unless the in-
pleted. But this is h hardly more tha naa is the result,be taken out and this-
I a beginning. Some di this new wth
terway will be deep enough and tube restored to/lts normal condition,
broad enough to float large vessel hearing will be destroyed forever ;
where they can make their way norti nine cases out of ten are caused by
or south safe from the rage of thb Catarrh, which- Is nothing but an In.
ocean, no matter in .what mood tha ldamed condition of the mucous sur-
mighty monster may be. tfces
St. Augustine, Fla.--The gigantic We will give One Hundred Dollars
r work of dredging the East Coa t cafor any case of Deate causedy
ad is now practical completeSd th for any case of Deafe (caused
last cut connoctipg Pablo creek witi catarrh) that cannot be cured by
North river having just been flnislhe Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send fop clrcu.
The work on this vast and. expensive lars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
enterprise has been under way foa Toledo, Ohio.
more than a score of "yest. Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
As above stated this -rk iS ow fin- Take Hall's Family Pills for Con.
ished, but the canal forces will be re stipatfon.
quired for some time longer, deeper stipation tt
Ing certain shallow places an(
straightening out sonle of t4e curve* POW EVM1 W &k.
Saved a Setid.rs Life. Tallahassee, Fla.--Chief Drainage
Faelag death from shot and shell Engineer J. 0. Wright, in his rece3
In the elvp war was more agreeable report of the Everglades, couratu.
to J. A. Stone, of Kemp, Texas, than latest the trustees of the laterifdl In
fearing it trom what doctors said was provement tund on the thoroughness
consumption. "I treated stb-of the work done and the progress
consumption I contracted tub-ltmade In the tremendous uandeortakin
born cold," he writes,"that developed now being carried on by the t ete ta
a cough, that stuck to me In spite in the Interest of the state of PiFori
of all remedies for years. My weight Mr. Wright is convinced of te eon
ran down to 130 pounds. Then I be- tire feasibility of the project ano
gas to use Dr. King's New Discovery, considers the work one ol the great
which completely cured me. I now eat ever attempted by the Amenc.
weigh 178 pounds." For coughs, people.
colds, lagrippe, asthma, hemorrhage, How Good News Spreads.
hoarseness, croup, whooping cough .."m 70 years old and travel most
and lung trouble, It's supreme. 0 of the time." writes B. F. Tolson of
oents. $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar- illambethtown, Ky. Everywhere I,
wanted by S W Rowley| tr llsatattow, Ky. "Everfwhere 1f
antd by 8. W. Rowey. t go I recommend Electric Bitters, be-
cause I owe my excellent health and
T IM U vitality to them. They effect a cure
every time." They never fall to tone
Congress Gives $10S for Cre of the stomach, regulate the kdnys and
Florida Indians. bowels, stimulate the liver, Invigor-
Waeshintn, O.-S-ome days ag ate the nerves and purity the blood.
Senator Tallaerro introduced ar They work wonders for weak, run-
amendment to .the Indian approia down men and women, restore vigor
on bill, provide $30,000 to esta own me and women, toor
sh school ajmd buy land ad an strength and health that's a dally joy.
implements for the Semnaoe nladlar Try them. Only 50 cents. Satisfac-.
youths of Florida. The amendment tion ls positively guaranteed by 8.
was adopted by the senate, but was W. Rowley. t
objected to by the house. A compro
mise was affected Ia conference, prc
vidtng $15.000 for the care and main MiW 1UN-,O 3ess 61rt m-
tenance of the Seminoles. It will bI Tampa Pa- P. B tn,". ile
recalled that a year ago an amend- ap R.-. Burton, sales
meat similar to the one first referred manager of the Florida Citrus ex-
to, was offered by Mr. Tallaterro, and change, estimates that about one mil
was lost on a report trom the secret lion five hundred thousand boxes of
tary of the interior to the eect that frit have bees shipped through the
no mosey should be seat atl after change during the seasmoa now ces.
an InvesUtigation had determined Just lnag The prices received through the
what was needed. He promised to poolings of interest, were not asu
make theo investiesUlo, and It Is now large as was hoped for,. A.tagoalistk
under wa. The $15,00 greed upon interests has done evespoe
cauiasee with M _p ea e' of whleh it has b operated wi
the gMeadmet opes the way for fu- *suo ci


the F ladiaans wll be made self rLAIA
eustalniag "iCiadren Ory
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al of South f FLETstUIS
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ta the ga of ttheao
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I portd to be met aMbgrls but sno
woithieaa aubtasae.
**The potato growers of Hasthags are
so eager for good roads to get their
crop of Irish potatoes to the depot
that they have "eo a proposltloa to
the board of coaty commiss ers 4,,
St. Johfta county to conmtribttmte one
cent abnlms for every bumao of po-
tatoes p by them for good roas.
If the outy commissioner will diu-
pftoate the amount, and throw in the
use of t*eir teams for good measuti
The movement of one hundred' and
fifty thousand barrels of potae t
the ilepot means time and mey.
**A stock company ls projected at
Tampa Which will establish a poultry
and squab farm on a big scale. *- -
**Recent consolidations of cattle
holdings in south Florida mark -
steady progress toward the making 0o
that. section a recognized, strong aiu
profitable factor in the beet market
of the country. It requires organiza-
Lion and capital to hold a hand in the
adjustment of the meat supply, and i.
will prove a good thing for the cattle
breeding Interests of this stato that
such an organisation is being accom-
plshed.
**For several years past, the pear
crop of Marion county, which is sea-
erally of considerable importance, has
been very light, and last year was al-
most a complete allure. Thil year.
though, unleas all signs fall, there
will be the heaviest crop the ounWt
has ever kaown.. The tree are a
mass of beautiful and fragrant SoB O
white bloom qad the stgt ts A
beautiful one and the fragr ace
the blossoms ills the Oir tr many
sections of the county.
"*The Cubans are making Inrads on
the mackerel fishing at Miami.
**The $120,000 bond issue of the city
of Sanford sold recently at a preno-
up of 4 1-2.
**A prominent Tampa cigar manufac-
turer is quoted as predicting thbs
Tampa will continue to be the capitall
of the clear Havana eigar industry)
Given if Cuba should be annexed to
the United States.
**St Petersburg expects to ship for.
ty carloads of celery this season, as
one trucker estimates the yield in
sight And this Is only a beginning.
The claim is made that muck land is
capable of yielding from six luadred
to one thousand orates per sere.
**Citrus county commissioners are
considering the advisability of calllag
"n eloctlov to decide the quwtion o0
bonding that county for $1Oq400 for
the purpose of paying of the present
Indebtedness and building a system
of hard roads which, with the roads
already built, will practeially cover
the county.
**A Tampa firm ha bought a section
of lad near temper, in tin sam
county, their purchase Ill g aosv
iral fresh water lakes, w later
wilU be used as a fish prerve.
'*Mayor W. N. Platt of Area" a ta
sseu" a call for an eletlie to be
besd April V H, in aseordme wH am
.iMaes adone rsoentl, to ef
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t Mtkee Tsanmwo amy. Promotes Che-.
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Bad Breath
"Por months I had great trouble with my
stomach and used al kinds of medicines.
My tongue has been actually as green as
rass, my breath having a bad odor. Two
weeksas friend recommended Cascarets
and after using them I na willingly and
cheerfully say that they have entirely
cured me. I therefore let you know that I
shall reconoend them to any one suffer.
ing from such troubles."-Chas. H. Hal.
peMr, 114 E. 7th St., New York, N. Y.
Pleasant. Palatab. Potent. Taste Good.
Do Geod. Neoer 1okeD. Weaken or Gripe.
lk., 251. So. Never SOIn bulk. The ge-
*tm* tablet stamped C C C.. GOaranted to
ear er yew r ma r beca. 9
Some people go the gloomy ways
because the sunshine is said to pro-
duce freckles.
There are lots of valentines going
around with hearts on their sleeves
these days.


Ciy and Tomw Pereemtag
Bfatlo paSs 4% per set of Me
Mounty taxes; the towns pay 14%
per cant. That mikes per ent.,
socord la to the returns. What be.
comes of the other 1 per cent is
not stated l the board of supervise.
ors. The relation of o~.y to ,oonsty
--call it once more the gross inequal-
Ity existing between the two in point
of authority. The towns have as
many votes in the board of nupervis-
ors as the e y has. The towns have
one-flth of the population of the
county. They have but one-seventh
of the county tax, and yet they cllng
like grim death to the Idea that they
shall retain an equality of voting
strength In the county legislature.
This is not a new complaint on the
part of cities. but it is a perpetual
Injustice that should be righted.-
Buffalo News.
Loss of Lineage.
Of the destruction of Messina a by.
result is the loss of lineage and aN
trace of family. Many children, too
young to know their surnames or to
pronounce them Intelligently, were
rescued. and their names, fortunes.
titles, descents and origin have been
absolutely cut off. They can tell no
more than that they are "Bimbo" or
"Bamblna. "Nino" or "Nlira." Many
were obviously chfldrin whom women
of rank have borne and loved and
nurses tended. Itallanf'lake root In
their provincial cities and It often
happens that a family has no connec-
tion beyond the walls. Even If dis
tant uncles and aunts exist, they
can not recognize children so young.
Documents exist to attest the civil
standing of many rescued adults, but
the young children begin the world
without genealogy or rights.

St. Edmund's Hall.
St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford, the In-
dependence of which seems threat
ended by neighboring Queen's College,
Is now the sole survivor of the orig.
final ballsl" from which university
life arose at Oxford. It bears the
name not of the martyred Saxon
monarch but of Archbishop Edmund
Rich. who possibly about 1219 deliv-
ered near this spot the firt Oxford
lectures on Aristotle. This legend
once enabled the present principal to
retort that if Dante really visited Ox.
ford he might conceivably have stud.
led at St. Edmund's Hall, but not at
Queen's College, which did not then
exist.-Westminster Gezette.
No Tender Missives.
"Why don't you sue him for breach
of Dromise?"
"Aw, be had the post-card habit."
"What of that?"
"A man doesn't put much senti-
mnent on a picture of the stook-yards."
-Kansas City Journal.


Suffered Misery1
"I suffered miserably," writos Mrs. Mattie L. Bishop,
Waverly, Va. "Very often I would have to go to bed until it
wore off. Everything I ate made me miserable and I could not
even wash the dishes after a meal. My husband begged me to
try CARDTI, but I had tried so many medicines I didn't want
to. However, for his sake I tried CARDUI and before I had
taken one bottle I felt all right. I can now do all my work and
recommend CARDUI to every woman."
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able to believe it will help you, too, since it has benefited so many
others.
Cardui is a purely vegetable tonic, containing no injuries
drugs, and therefore perfectly harmless and good for young and
old. It acts gently on the delicate female constitution and leaves
no bad after effects.
Try CARDUI-it can't harm you-it will surely help you.
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TAYWl)W POR EVENING WEAR.
Evening wraps are frequently so
aPiple that it should be an easy mat-
t(i for the woman with a limited in-
o0e to study the styles and ma-
tWis sad make 'her own wrap.
Beautiful wrap effects in combine.
tions are obtained with biscuit cloth
apd mahogany, apricot, pink and vio-
let, parl gray and deep blue and
sarInt. and so oa.
O9e's opera cape this season must
b tin an entirely different style from
the coats designed for wear in the
dey-tkne. Evening wraps are fash-
lamed of more beautiful stuffs, and
are adorned more artistically with
embrolderies and other trimmings.
They are in burnoose and other or-


namental effects, quite voluminous In
style, or are rarely artistically drap-
ed 4 carfs. One of the latter wraps
recently seen at a smart function
was of a vivid satin, with trimming
of three-inch wide strips of taupe
marabou. This combination was
stmning in effect. Wraps with won-
dqftll draperies, containing yards
ad yards of goods, resemble the pan-
.~n. w draperies and overskirts of the
Oca Me itself. White wraps and
we ps may be worn with any-
and sometimes strong color
co0irts are introduced in the lIn-
.I these white or black coats.
O r evening wraps shown are of
R1llCt ad airy materials, equaling in
tiless tmI gows themmaves and
Sa Wonade6 whese the wear Is go.
.t to g t aro warmth at all out of
he erevtaf e letbes thi sebaso.
Others la d more sensible wraps
Saraof yoivet, whist are again l high
Sfter.w These vlvet wraps when
tried with Pesian trimmings or
Jet In Its varius assortments are
e* emely maudsomm. The lining


chosen with an evening cape has
muhb to do with the effectiveness of
the garment, and umualy a contrast-
lngecolor is chosen, harmonising with
the outer materials.
Fr the little house gowns foulards
are being used. and the shops are
fll with offerings in polka dots and
k rgrparten foulard patterns.
Otbipes have begun to appear in
maey of the silk designs and Per-
sita stripes In pompadour effects
wil be ft1h, used for dinner gowns
In Louis XV styles.
TFOllo shades are favorites for
evplng wear. All the prune and
pl dhageo have revived for theI


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I NEW STOCKINGS.

Stockings with Insets of real lace,
and stockia" with sparklets of jet
and silver and gilt fastened upon
them-yes, that's what milady will
wear this winter, when she's "all
dressed utp."
Of course, for ordinary wear, one
will don stockings of modest color, to
harmonize with the costume, or of
plain black. With her tailored cos-
tumes milady will wear mixed or
shaded stockings, in various combina.-
tions, if she wishes to be right up
with Mme. Mode.


But for dress occasions-ah, that
Is a different story. That is where
the real lace and the jet and the sil-
ver and gilt come in.
A stock may be elaborately em-
broidered, also, or show the finest of
openwork, and it is said that both
embroidered and openwork stockings
will compete for favor this winter.
The great novelty, however, is the
stockings with the sparklets, and it's


wiser a&M are particularly smart said that the *glistening things will
whoe made. into evening gowns and wash. at that! lFive dollars and up
wraps of the soft materials. With will purchase one pair of these novel
the wondcrfu og*erings In the tex hose.-Boston Globe.
tuan and fAbrics, color aL.1 color co*m- --.
bastions, it should et be a diffoult CRANKS DUPZNDBD.
tmoater for any woman to find some- 'Don't be a crank,' is a maxim fre.
1&lat to suit her pocketbook and her quently heard, but I'm glad the
cranks don't obey it," paid the oh.
As eogellent way to set off the serving woman. "Life would be fear.
beaty of real lace, such as fine Irish fully colorless without creaks. They
r Vemetlan point, is to place under mayn't *be polite, but they are very
ft Uanlia.of lack chiffon; for in picturesque. They relieve us from
tip. way Ivry line of Mte delicate the dullness of unfionlity. Pfncy
w is e oot ot In relief. Such a how fiat life would be if some crank
w usw ed Ia a handsome asul were to succeed In doing what
g plo wwhito corduroy. The trim- cranks are always strugllng to ac.
saoiAted of havy Irish lace, iS compllvh-were to induce all the
iwemal p tt Io fo t *m ranke and the noeo-ranks to adopt
sq elagr sad btMe Ms01 his pet form of cranlasm, discardling
ft o eMtber i. e of the coat all other. But If never will be.
ua a f 9Vll *" I The vegetarian will never Induce the
mi M te en orMiWey 'wa perome who preaces no
am. -i .ja- "A two aourlshmet to bellee that all that
4 aW 4 4 M osoee1sy il to ive cm e a gem
1e aM 0 u Madn whol-twheat mbrd: tae gIas

-Vz 'WBf wi nto 0s' "
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t i(ea, sae ti world will aotiAnue
to be Mmesia.'-New York Tribune.


Swe, 'ewem' t t He ara -
,Alkh Me, me p o sro ba M MI
*Md for the eat ItMag .-New Wae
Register.

PTIA POR COLL90G WOMN.N.
The college woman is the better
equipped to serve In the home and
for the uplift of humanity, according
to the consensus of opinion shown in
the discussions ino the annual conven-
tion of the Association of Collegiate
Alumnae when In session at Cincin-
nati. Ohio. This organization is com-
posed entirely of college women from
all parts of the country who are
graduates of the 24 leading women's
colleges.
Miss 'M. Cary Thomas. dean of
Bryn 'Mawr College, chairman of a
committee that has taken statistics
on college women in the United
States, reports that when men and
women are educated together there
Is no. greater number of marriages
than when the sexes are educated
separately; that 778 out of 1000 col-
lege women enjoy excellent health;
only eight college women out of 1000
have ill health; that the health of
women Improves while in college;
that college women in general have
better health than women who do not
attend college; that college women
marry stronger men, and they choose
more 'wisely.
As to bearing children.' Miss Tbom-
as declared college women had 8 6-10
children, while non-college women
had 3 6-10. So college women were
in the lead slightly, although they
married later In life than women
who never attended college.
Miss Elizabeth Adams, of Smith
College and Mrs. John Huddleston, of
New York city, also made addresses
at the sessions held at the University
of Cincinnati.
Addresses were made by Dean
Bentley, of Clark College, and by
Dr. Albert Ross Hill, of the Univer.
sity of Missouri.
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a wife who to a bl6e 1t t Ud
the rough edaes.
Many a girl who lInk ft t t
good to do housework beHVeT that
her mother sln't
A man's Judsment enabled him to-
do some things almost as well as &
woman can do them without any.
Almost any man can convince a
.woman that he loves her, but he has
to work overtime to keep bher con.
vlinced.-Pittsburg Dispatch.


SUFPRAGBTTrs IN OLD ROME.
Women were asserting themselves
In Rome In 195 B. C., just as they
are today. After the battle of
Cannae the Opplan law was passed
forbidding any woman "to have more
than half an ounce of gold. to 'wear
a parti-colored garment or to ride In
a irharlot within the city or within
half a mile of it, except for religious
purposes The women at first denied
themselves for the good of Rome, but
when the war ended and prosperity
returned they refused to obey the
law. They combined for the repeal
of the law, and marched to the
Forum in crowds, demanding that
they be permitted to adorn them-
selves as they pleased. The situa-
tion enraged Cato, who demanded:
"Are your ways more winning in pub-
lie than In private and with othry
women's husbands than your own?"
Again he wrote: "We, by our prers-
cr.t action, If the gods permit it,
are letting them appear In the For'jm
and take a hand at ,public meetings
and In the voting booths." And ad-
dressing himself bluntly to his fel-
low Romans. he wrote: "Pray, what
will they not assail if they carry this
point? Tell me, if you let them seize


I privileges and wrest them from you ply 1to indness. sne hn as revmia
one by one, and finally become your rr're than one hundred boys in her
e(uals, do you think that you can term of five years as superintendent.
stand them? As soon as they have Sonme of her boys are in the navy,
begun to bp your equals they will be some on farms. Few have gone
your superiors." Alas, for poor Cato! hack to their old ways after coming
The women had their way, for the under her influence.-Indianapolis
Opplan law was repealed by a unani- --
mous vote of the assembly.-New FASHION NOTES.
York Press. Embroidery appears on many of
D-- -the charming new stockings.
DIRTY JEWEL RY. Bands of the same material as
Jewelry is supposedly worn for or- the gown, finished with a simple row
nament, but much of it is kept In of (matching, are used as trimming
such a condition that it is anything on many of the smartest costumes.
(but ornamental. There is no surer The waist line has been lowered
sign of carelessness than to wear but the tiniest bit.
pins, rings and chains so black and Cloth of gold slippers are in fash-
greasy that onlookers may be par. ion for all gowns trimmed with -gold
doned from questioning the personal lace, and some bronze slippers. em-
clesalless of the wearer. broidered with ,beads cost as much as
There is no excuse for this dLrti- the gowns.
ness when soap and water are to An exceedingly pretty set of turn.
be had. It is well to purchase a over collar and cuffs for the jacket is
small box of jeweller's sawdust to fashioned from handkerchiefs. Those
expedite drying and polishing. A with colored border and design are
rouged chamois is also helpful. especially effective.
It is particularly ill advised for Muffs this season will be wider
the girl who works to wear dirty and deeper than ever. Even with the
jewelry. Indeed, she should wo5r increased amount of fur, these ac-
as little as possible. A watch, cuff ceFsories of the toilette are won-
buttons and a simple brooch or pin drously light to carry.
at the neck is all that is permissible Iarge hats are the rule for eve
for good taste. These should be kept ning 'wear.
shlning. Orange, the exact shade of the
Remember that dirty jewelry is an fruit, is one of the most fashionable
offense against good taste that no colors. It is alluring In panne vel-
well-bred girl will commit.-New York vet for the long military cape, which
World. is getting in fashion every day.
THEE WOMEN AN PLOW. Sleeves have a decidedly fuller ten-
THBESE WOMEN CAN PLOW. dency.
There was a plowing contest for Silks are more prominent than for
women in BrightUlngsea, England, a many seasons.
couple of weeks ago, and Mrs. H AlxretteR and n-Amam fnr tha nift.


Bagly won the gol' medal and a
purse for the beat turned score. The
competition was genuine, and Mrs.
Bagly's closest rival was a girl of 19,
daughter of a wealthy farmer and
horseman. The women were required
to hitch their teams and break lea
or grass land. Each plowed a rood
of ground and twenty completed the
task, all following In the furrow be.
hind the plow. Mrs. Dlagly is the
wife of a farmer and she trained
specially for the contest. One of the
judges was Captain Sycamore, skip.
per for Sir Thomas Upton in the
races for the Ameriter.' Cup. and
who if another series is arranged,
will be at the halm of Shamrock
IV.-New York Press.

HBJPUL HUNTS.
A wife Is either the making of a
man or the uam m of t im.
The more a woman knows the ea-.
ler It s for her to hold her tongue.
A man may build a palace, but it
a Moma to cevet it lanto a

m-u mago i
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fure are disappearing to give place
to the lees s(gnifted flower and
vine, or tinsel and gold and silver
leaf tissues.
Ribbons, lace and feathers are
combined to make some of the al-
luring neck pieces. Marabout, too, is
often found in these altogether
charming combinations.
Among the newest things In the
fastenings for headgear are pins
with bugs and beetles on top. Some
are of silver and some of gold. They
are usually silver mounted.
Cots continue long. Tailors are
striving to accentuate their narrow-
ness in back, while breadth acres
the front, espeolally at the shoul-
ders. seems desirable.
Rhinetone batpins, ranging in
else from a &-cent piece to half a
dollar, are extremely weU on eat of
and are used bte tor oameat and
their atilty
In the soul-mang by the stem ad-
vocated by a new Whetern relglons

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BILUECOATS A-PLENTY.
T1ayonne, N. J.., has not struck a
new idea In its woman "policeman."
Miss Annie Sullivan is a member of
the police force in Chicago, and
Mrs. Harriet Bernett has done valu-
able detective work for the Atlanta
Police Department. MJss Fanny
Bixby, who is on the police force in
Los Angeles, Cal., is a graduate of
Wellesley and is a favorite in Call-
fornia society. St. Louis plans to
employ women detectives. There is
a woman in charge of a jail in Switzer.
land, and in Quebec It is proposed to
employ women as inspectors of pub-
lic Institutions.-New York Press.

RILEID BY KINDNESS.
Lucy Burd's success with boys at
the reform school in Bucks county,
Pennsylvania, she thinks, is due aim.
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EggPreeeving PPeose.
ts six months old are said to rM,
tain their new-laid freshmess whbe
preserved by this process adopted by
a firm In the north of Mngland: Act-
ing on the theory tht: an exg decom-
poses owing th the entrance of bac-
terla through the shell, the eggs, by
the new process of preservation. are
first disinfeceed and then Immersed
In a vessel of hot paraffin wax In
a wcvum. The air In the shell is
extracted by the vacuum., fid stmo-
Ppheric pressure Is tithn allowed to
enter the vessel when the hot wax
is pressed into the pores of the shell
which thus hermetically seals it.
lmvporalt ion of the contents of the
.g. w'hic.h has a harmful effect. Is
thereby prevented, and the egg is
practically sterile.


KMuremio Paw P 11we3 coax the liver
into activity by gate methods They do
aot scour, gripe or weaen. They are a
tonic to the stomach, liver adl nerves;
invigorate instead of weaken. They en-
rich the blood and enable the stomach to
get all the nourishment from food that ln
put Into it These pills contain no calo-
mel: they are soothing. bealing and stim.
ulating. PoT rale by all drugglsto la In loc
and 2e *las. It 700 need medlea ad-
vice, wrtti Munyon'a Doctors. They will
advyt to the best of their ability abso-
lot_ fse of Charg. MUNON'i. sadM

A bottle of mit contadning a two-
Inch minnow was recently delivered
by a Pittsfleld (Mass.) milkman to
one of his oustomwers.
For the Skia and Scalp.
Because of its delicate, emollient,
sanative, antiseptic properties derived
from Cuticura Ointment, united with
the purest of cleaansing ingredient
and most refreshing of flower odors,
Cuticura Soap is unrivaled for pre-
servnl. pDVritylng and beautifying the
skin, sealp, hair and hands, and, a-
sisated by Quticura Ointment, for dis-
pelling itching, Irritation and Inflam-
matUo and preventing clogging of
the peree, the cause of many diagdur-
Ing faciaeel eruptions. All who delight
In a clear skin, soft, white hands, a
clean, wholesome scalpand live, glossy
hair, will And that Cuticura Soap and
Cutewras Ointment realize every ex-
pectation. Cuticura Remedies are
sold throughout the world. Potter
Drug & Chem. Corp., sole 'proprietors,
Bosto. Mass. Send to them for the
latest Outleura Book, an authority on
the beat care of the skin, scalp and
hatr. It is mailed free on request.
Prindebhip is a name, it is true;
sometimes it is forged, and then It
Is false.
rer OOLDS aad GRIP.
It% pAn~MW Bto bet re.ed-


The narrow minded woman general-
ly drilve her husband the way that
is too broad.

What Alls You?
If you are afRieted with rheumatism or
any blood disasm, you should take Rheu-
macide. It weeps the poisons out of the
system and rgulates the bowels and the
Rheuamacide removes the cause
and the pain quickly. Your drui
sells rsore mends Rheumacide. PUt up
in lia*d form, also tablets. Trial bottle
tablets by mailSe. Booklet free. Bobbitt
ChemisICo., Baltimore, Md.

A bottle of milk cotatnlin a two-
aoh minnow was recently delivered
Aya Pittsfield (Mass.) malkanum o
one of hi euaomes.



A child memoryIs long.


The First Auto.
There arrived at Bagdad the other
day the first postal automobile and
it filled the minds of the natives
with wonder and awe. The car car-
rier the malls, hitherto borne on
camels' backs, from Aleppo, a dis-
tanoe of 625 miles, in sixty hours.
This can hardly be called a speed
record, but when It is remembered
that the roads are rough camel
tracks leading through the deep sands
of the Syrian desert and the stony .
plains of 'Mesopotamia the journey at
the rate of little more than ten miles
an hour appears quite a creditable
performance The Mosleme of these re-
glons, hitherto steeped in the fiercest'
tanaticism. now gladly intrust parcels
and missives to this new ship of the
desert.

PUTNAM


aed
EUwe. Ai m se.
Boom--.....stro n ge r thm its
weakest link, the body
no stronger thean its
weakest org.n. If there is weekesm of stomach, liver or luas, there is a
weak link in the chain of lifwhich may snap at any time. Often this so-ealled
weakness" is Maused by leek of nutrition, the result of wmeakes or disease
of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and
weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the ue of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the week or diseased stomach is
cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which
have their origin ina diseased condition of the stomach and
other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured also.
rTe tPotarf man ba a strea st romaeh.
Take the above reeommeaded "DIscore
e*y" ad roe amay raowe a atr't storm.
ach and a strong bey.


GIvIN AWAY.--Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
new revised Edition, is sent ftw on receipt of stamps to pay
expense of mailing eoly. Send 21 oeeo-ent stamped for the
book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bosed vol-
use. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bufalo, N. Y.


SLPH URKA NCOCK
R"""SULPHUR COMPOUND
LI QUID, LARGE,5. (U.MSMA Ll- oPe fot e[5 tbltsUM. U21UO~f5WN
Rictive for Kreseza. Itoh. Ringworin ALTeumiig o t k 0Graia
?taOak. ImSPCI t hdng. eO. All Skis KuePUoms. Purifying the Bloo05. Townsnghe Skemab and SWl06
&ad hoIP Almteats. treatalent &ai PreventionU of ND1O~011fK. 0DiU
You anoSnt go to the Sulphur Springs; this a e opas ~Lumbago. Catarrh. Itboumasim. 00
rfetotphr at an Ivigrain llnl! vphitecole ltome in the Kidney and 9146dw;
Vo?.yrtei Mapuf8M ad&u4aoa a aI ost Kidney. Liver andi S)=atch AiIIUona
OBUTMEIT. t- $MAL 3k. A MAGIC WONDER fo Hernorrbolds. Plie. Safe%
pleadid for the Cosnplexiou; keeps Whe skin so ad removs'n pm lltlhIlck 94 I t
otb4J y lruggagtssManfi'd by HA NCOCK L.IQ'll D SULHU d
it your Leater caum's .ustoly you, mat by Mal or Liprees. prepaid. Write o booklet on WaSlmiikE


U RS CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS. RHEUM-
URESATISM. STOMACH ANu LIVER COMPLAINT
28TA BOX EASY--
ALL SURE TO ACT

"BE-TTER THAN PILLS FOR LIVER ILLS
a. N. nweS M e<01* 0 o0.. ST. LOUie. MO.


FADELESS DYES


00to Megood brigbter and faster eoloeM sha any other dry. One 10a package ootors all I ars. They dye Itn eod W st better than ny other d. Te
a ve ay Sameus without rpga ps WE tow fre bookls-Mow to Lyto. BLoer a6ad Ma z Oooa0 MON Mno. U Wti CO., iaerae. illnllhe.


WHAT A WASTE.
Johnny-Do they have elephants It
Asia?
Papa-O b, yes.
Johnny-Do they have drouses I
Asia?
Papa-No-o.-o; I think not.
Johnny-WeU, what's the use of
msving elephants it they donkt have
lrousee?-Home ,Notes.


ItM euned in 80 matesa by Woolfod'e
atauery Lotion. Never fail. At drasisa
For raw cotton from the United
States, Canada paid $6.000,000 last

Head. back and legs ache ? Throat sore
with chills ? That is la grippe. Take
Pry De' PainkiUer at once.
Since we are all brothers, no won-
der there's so much scrapping in the
world.
Pkles Cured nla to 14 Days,
Paso O(atment is uaanteed to oMr eany
caseofItohig, mtni4 Bloodlagaorrotnruing
Pile in 6 to 14 daypw r mmevrefund. fo


A new house completed at Shefford.
ngland, is said to be the first one
built there in 50 years.
A barking, hacking, Mrpngcough ca B
gicMJg broken up by Al"i's'uLupgaln. ,
Proved real by over 40 year' use.
LIFELIKE ATTITUDE.
"Some of our prominent men." ut-1
gusted the photographer, "like to
have their photos taken in a charac-
terlatio attiOtde.-"
"Sults me." responded the subject.
*'Photogaph me w4*t my nose
against a grIdsatoe. Got one handy?
-louisville Courier-Journal.
Per =mAsAcmU-mek CA PVIWU
I eer fm Coi,. e ,. _chg _c
Si eae will m ev o.
its iauld-Wis55 to take-ss e-
u,.-" 1-i Ic.. So ,ad u. M

HD WOULD NEVER KNOW.
"Half a pound of tea, please."
GOreen or bawa?"
"Doesn't matter which. It's for a
blind peson."-Bon Vivant.


MR. GINNERI
Haveyou ever een the


LUMMUS

AIR BLAST GIN SYSTEM


Do you want to increase your proit
and at the same time lessen your lbor?
We have spent 40 years perfect ng a
gin sAtem that would meet the actual
requirements, and now we've got it.
Your name and ddras o a post ard
will brims you full information.
F. IL Li S MS CO., CC i k
mmit it


LOCAL PRJDE.
"What's that ,party 'kickng about?"
said one New Yorker
"Oh, he's one of those guys who
are lucky and don't know It." replied
the other. "He came here on a
round trip ticket from Pt4ladelphia
and loat thb return coupon."- Wseb
ington Star.


In Winter Use Allen's Foot-Rase.
The antiseptic powder Your feet feel un-
comfortable, nervous and often cold and
damp. If yuu have sweating, sore feet orI
tighishoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. Sold by
a druggists and shoe stores. 25 cents.
Sample sent free. Address Allen 8. Oln-
sted. Le Roy, N. Y.
The man who's too easy generally
deteriorates into a has-been.


Nothing More Dangerous
Than a neglected oough," is what Dr. J. V.
Hammond, professor in the Eolectil Medi-
cal College says, "and as a reventative
remedy and a cuartive agent, I cheerfully
reoommend Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of
Mweut Gum and Mullein. Tested 60 years.
Nothing better for whooping cough, croup
or consumption. At druggists. 28o. and 60o.


HIS BOLUTTON.
The Makl-Why have you always
remained singSo
The Man-I suppose it's because I
was born that way.-Brooklyn kagle.
To me a Cold lan One Day
Take Laxtive Bromo uianine ablet.
lDruAsmrefumad money if it tail to cumre.
. M.Orove's asPasture on each box. 25k.
Not every flatterer is a friead.


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sad to lus.3h d8sem e dwlgli '
wov~ e lan baw we alamduaw

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^No B W i r i sees 4*** betad
7 c OWtht the risk of bringls&
1epen, f his clubs, espeelally
W Wdoe ones, by playing with
re Ia the wet is very considerable.
6 lale1lly when those wooden clubs
e o delicate and sensiltlveo hats
1 to the new Dreadnoughts. reat pro-
amtlo s must be taken and great at.
tertto should be tiven to them after
'wo g ood soaking, neglected, are
lefquite eouto to ruin a thin driver
Salth. It is simply wicked to take
food Obs out on a #wet day in a
bag which is without a hood. After
obl shot the player should wipe and
dry the sole and face of the head and
the dhaftt-it can all be done In a few
s eooids-ad at the end of the day he
should put a pleoe of gutta percha in
are dried thoroughly, but not by put-
ting them close to a fire or stove.
Chalk the faces of the drivers to keep
St the wet.
1"; The acients knew many good
dodees whiho have -been forgotten.
e other day I read in a very old
S annual that In winter the player
should put a niece of gutta percha In
a small stoppered bottle and fill the
bottle up with ether. Then when the
solution becomes as thick as cream It
should be poured off and applied in a
thin coat to the face of the wooden
clubs, where it serves the dual pur-
pose of keeping the wet out of the
wood and giving a good grip to the
ball. The Idea seems excellent.-Lon-
don Standard.
Prisoners Released to Workc.
In one of the Bwique provinces
f pain there is a prison which opens
the doors every morning and the
prisoners go into the town for house.
weok. gardenlng or some trade. Some
O act as commissioners. In the even-
I"n they quietly return at the ap-
pointed Ume to the prison. and the
oller most carefully identifies them
before withdrawing the bolts for
their admieson. Once* a prisoner
ventured to present himself at the
gcats of the prison in a state of In-
ebrioty. and the Jailer refused to ad-
nit him. "To punish you," he said.
"you will to-night sleep out of doors."
And the prisoner. it is recorded, in
spite of tears and entreaties, was
condemned to pass the night outside.
A U TTLE THING
Snsales the Home FeeUng.
Coffee blots out the sunshine from
pmany a home by making the mother,
ior some other member of the house-
Ihold, dyspeptic, nervous and Irritable.
/ There are thousands of cases where
Ithe proof Is absolutely jandeniable.
Here tos one.
A Wl., mother writes:
"I' wa0 taught to drink coffee at
n e yageO, and also at an early age
ia victim to headaches, and as
l.. I agr to womanhood these head*
aheq became a part of me, as I was
searuIy ever free from them.
B"About five years ago a friend
urged me to ry Postum. I made the
I trial and thd result was so sattisfac.-
tory that we have used It ever since.
"My husband and little daughter
S were objectt to bilious attacks, but
They have both been entirely tree
M f ro th shinee we began using Poe-
Itn.IAstead of coffee. I no longer.
uhave eadashes and my health is per.'
'Ife.--


i ,oIf of atbse nervous, tired, ir.
d.' m we.teon would only leave off
SNlUtely and try Postum they
bL ia wonderful change In
gMr It would then bl.Jmled
guaIa. sad hapUe rather
w+rltae and disoontmeat. And
wtb ae *eeoot it would have on
of the moth-
tsoe, the tm -

III to WalUvllo," In


CATU .AIW MANS uiPU-
In Chinae They Are Made fnto An
ieOtve Pertilfter fee Trwee.
"Cstd a caterpmlar., emw 3, and
then pour on the lime; allow to fer-
ment for a few hours and plough un-
der."
This is the recipe for a new fertills-
or sent over by Wilbur T. Graoey,
American Consul at Tslngtau, China.
The secret was discovered by some
Germans who have been conducting
experiments in afforestation on the
barren hills around that ancient city.
The first plantings of trees were
trade about eleven years ago. The
varieties used were pine, lecth, wal-
nut, oak, ash, maples and alders. So
rapidly have the trees grown, says the
Van Norden Magazine, that timber Is
being sold at tancy prices. Gmall
branches are in great demand for
firewood and the larger,wood is being
used In mines. The sale and export,
tion of aceia are expected to become
quite an Industry In the next few
years.
It is considered very remarkable
that these experiments should have
suooeeded In the least degree. Prac-
tically every known dimeulty was
encountered, and the chief one was
the caterpillar.
Girdles of glue, so effective in this
country, were placed around the trees,
but the energetic worms hurdled
them without apparent trouble. Thou-
sands of Chinese women and boys
were employed to destroy the cater-
pillars and Insects by hand. Mr.
Oracey reports that in 1908 more
than 7,000,000 caterpillars were gath-
ered, smashed, covered with lime, and
afterward used as fertilizer.
Moet of the plantations have (been
saved, ,but up on the mountainsides
the caterpillars have almost won their
fight. The acacia withstands the at-
tacks of these little enemies of plant
life better than any other species and
It is now being planted on the sum-
mits of the mountains in an effort to
check future destruction.
Chinese Government offmeals are so
Impressed by the success of the ex-
perknents that they are establishing
forestry schools and placing them un-
der the direction of the Germans. The
first school was opened at Makden,
Menchurla. two years ago.


ATHLETICS IN THE ARMY.


How It is Encouraged-Organising
Teams and Picking Star Men.
"The United States soldier is tough-
er and stronger--phylically tougher-
than he was before the Spanish war,"
said Capt. R. E. Thomas of Wilming-
ton. Del. "It is not the war which is
to be thankful for it. Athletic train-
ing has done the work. It is said
this country gives far more attention
to the physical culture of its soldiers
than does either Great Britain, France
or Germany.
"While they require a daily setting
up exercise similar to our own, these
gun calisthenics and other prescribed
forms of muscle stretching are supple-
mented in this country by athletic
sports.
"These are not compulsory. They
do not need to lbe. They have been
entered into so heartily that every
post of any size has its organization,
which backs its track team, its fopt-
ball eleven or its baseball nine. This
is Just whet the War Department
wants them to do, as it has organized
a bureau for the encouragement of
athletics.
"Nearly every garrison has its com.
mittee, consisting of at least one com-
missioned officer in addition to non-
commissioned officers and privates,
to arrange programmes for teld days.
oreJalse teams and p q out the star
men of the comumandl.a represent it
to tbe various ov e aeshlaston


Moat of us are naved lot of em-
rri et oefeses the OCom.


OFMIDDLE





Need Lydia B Plakham's
Vegetable Compound
tookeld Mo.--"Two ears ag
te eunds. MYtrouble
teback to the
time that women
asy expect nature
to bring on them
No the C at o Lift
I. -ottle of
S LPinkham's
egetable Com-
sBoud ad it made
me feel much better,
and I have contin-
ued its use. I am
verygffateful toyou
...for te good health
I am noow en o ."-.Mr SARAU
oU1sxorT, 414 8.vingston Street,
rookeld, Mo.
The Change of Life is the most criti
cal period of a woman's existence, and
neglect of health at this time Invites
disease and pain.
Women everywhere should remem-
ber that there is no other remedy
known to medicine that will so suc-
cessfully carry women through this
tryinff period as Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegable 0Compound, made from na.
tive roots and herbs.
For 80 years It has been curing wo-
men from the worst forms of female
ills-inflammation, ulceration, dis-
laoement fibroid tumors1 irregularl-
e s, period pnI, back che, and
nervous pros raOn.
If you would like speeMal *dvtoe
about your case write a o onMden
tal letter to Mnrs Pinkhbam. at
LyI t, Mass. Her advice is free,
&ad aiway helpfuL -
Old-time remedies may be called
simple, but they are not Aalf so crazy
as some of the latter day treatment
free to Our Reades.
Write Mwin Eye Bemedy C. Chca
for 48-PIgeillustrated Eye Book Free.
Write al about Your Eye Trouble and
they will advise as to th Proper Applice
tiosa of e Murine y.Rmesiese in-Your
Spec C1. Y &ourDrgit will tell you
t Maturine believe Bore gye, Strenwth.
en. Weak Ry Doesa't mnart. Soote
Ey Pa sels for c00. Try It in Your
Eyes and in Babys Eyes, for Scaly Eyelids
and Granulation.


Sometimes a man feels awful lone-
some at the mere thought of climb.
ing the ladder of fame.


B Maw


An aching back is Insantly
relieved by n application of
Sloan's Liniment.
This liniment takes the place
of massage and is better than
sticky plasters It penetrates
without rubbing-through
the skin and muscular tissue
right to the bone, quickens the
blood, relieves congestion, and
gives permanent as well as
tepipoaiuy relief.
Hro's dhe woof
Mr. JUI CO. Ls, of 1100 St.,
B.K.,WMsIrtot D.0.,vrl-: 'Thirty
yes.o I ml from _Ro an d s'em
ously Ired my bek. I saffrd erri-
bly at tle; from emmallo mybsek
allaroundmytma s justaif I
had been b h a w elau I iU
every er I eould with no relief.
oasand I se ndo aoe miladid
3I7-Eam Inlatho op, thanks o


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Linimeri
Mr. J. P. EVA, of Mt. Ay, Ga.,
says: "After betns Etefd tr three
1Pa WiLth rheumatl m, I used mon's
t, and was eurod found and
well aam glad to my I haven't boee
trou led with rheumatism *lnoa. My
leg was badly swollen from my hip to
my k. One-balt a bottle took the
n adwelling out."*
Sloan's Liniment
has no equal as a
remedy for Rheu-
matism, Neuralgia
or any pain or
stiffness in the
muscles or joints.
Prt.c,265.,5Os.d1.00
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.The woman with the st
needs Just as many frocks
below as the next one.


nlful eyes
and fur-


Mrb WiMlow*oothing Syipfar Ofldem
MoI. "Invai xis wted Oka bott
The poet's trust could never be made
to stand on Its measures.


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Harvest Time, whether
it's corn, cotton, or any other
crop, will show you your profit from
the liberal amount of
|Potash
you put in your commercial fertilizer this
SprIn, or drill, or broadcast to follow
No cpcsne success without a balanced
'feed raton." See that there's enough
Poltash n the fertilizer you feed jper
scops-from 6 to 12 per cent according to the
crop ad oi
Potash Pays
s yew fe.Uller deal tomarry Petas
In doem. He wINl ha e treble saI
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Dalqre orders tor Overland for this season's delivery call for llW000cars. Four factories, with 4.000 employees, are turning out thirty oar-
loads daily. Yet all this foodlike demand bha rg -wn up In two years, by one car selling others. The success of the Overland is due solely to
a masterptoee of mechanism. Thero never was a car so simple and a car that offered so much for the money. Two years ago when the
Overland came Into Mr. Willy's possession, he sent out sample cars to various localities. From every place where a car was sent back came
calls for more. One car sold others and the others sold others until the demand became overwhelming. One factory grew to four. The great
PopeToledo plant Was purchased and doubled. Now, after only two years a daily output of 125 cars falls short of meeting the demands.
It is not due to advertising, but solely to the matchless cars themselves.


OVERLAND MODEL 38, PRICE $1,000 F. 0. B. FACTORY; 30
RUMBLE $1,000; DOUBLE RUMBLES-INCH WHEELS; WITH


four people has made marvelous rec-
ords in hill climbing. It wo. the per-
feet score in the 10,000 mile non-stop
run. Think of what a test that was.


HORSE-POWER; 102-INCH WHEEL BASE;
SINGLE $1,075; TOY TONNEAU $1,100.


It is made in a factory long famous
for a $1,250 car made by the same
workmen under the same in-
spectors and so far as is desirable


The greatest 'advantage that the
Overland has lies in its matchless
simplicity. Every part is so simple,
so automatic that the car is almost
"trouble proof." This model operates
by pedals alone; one foot pedal push-
es back for reverse, the same pedal
pushes up for low speed and another
pedal simply pushes up for high
speed. A 10-year-old child can mab-
ter the car in five minutes. A nov-
ice can run it a thousand miles with-
out trouble. The car almost cares
for itself. The simplicity and its low
cost of up-kepe appeal to both experts
and amateurs. A woman can op-
erate it as easily as driving a horse.
This year, through reduced cost of
production we are offering this car
for $1,000. It is a better car than
the firbt Overland that sold for $1,-
250. It is not like the undersized,
underpowered cars offered around this
price; but it is the first real automo.
bile sold for $1,000. This car with


in this lighter car, is made of the
same materials. But it is made by
new machinery adapted to this one
particular car.


STo pay more for a car is sheer waste. To get less for your money is not shrewd. This car wherever known is the car most desired.
has fairly captured the country. The car, that has done that in spite of intense rivalry is bound to win you when you know it.


WRITE TO US FOR LITERATURE AND DEMONSTRATIONS.


Gainesville Motor Car Co.,


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C. W. HILL, Manager.


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MRS. 8AG1 SCATTERS GIFTS.
Mrs. Russell Sage after participa-
tion In the New Orleans Mardi Gras
has assumed the role of Lady Bountl-
ftl In her trip through the South on
S' way to the Pacific coast and scat-
S d largess in every direction. There
vre few stops made by her private
ear, Convoy, where the local Institu-
lows have not felt reason to be thank-
S W for the visit of Mrs. Sage and aer
S rty, whclh Includes Major Slocum
L 'ft his wife.
r P qssI who have tried to make an
'm~tqet of the amount Mrs. 5age
ted thus far in her short
varied from $160,000 to
but the list of the beneflciar-
*. t yet been fully made up. and
WJledsM are In the dark as to
of her geneAsity. Mrs.
i t all points In her tour
ber presents or endow.


I reeelv p6.000 for the
utila 'tle ward In

Ai e of tubemuloels,
Is reter by $no
Home tr Home.
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I the children likely to regard their
mother with the greater pride and
loving admiration?
In their circle of friends, which ns
the more sought afte-the -aeell,
bright, glowing woman, who breathes
vitality, good health and Joy In living
from the very fingertips; or the
wrinkled, sallow woman,- who show
weariness of the world from her whole
being? says Home Chat.
It's a duty as well as a pleasure
to be as beautiful as possible. Make
up your mind to look "well groomed"
as to hair, teeth, nails and skin, and
smallU details of dress. Live simply
and avoids all that makes for In-
digestion and biliousness.
We expect the young to have good
complexions and bright eyes, but to
carry this g erdon of youth far down
the aisles of time--ah, that is to poe.
sess a charm well worth every wom-
an's earnest seeking.
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ADVICE TO BE PRIVATE.
Don't tell any one your children's
faults, even to their relatives. If you
need advice go t It privately. Mor
tylN chidre creates blternIeas
their UntrNed hearts and estranes
tem ftom yes.
Dest tell your own e or ask for
-*mw* werateg other.
Dut *611eyr *>eor that ya
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If -m chd"' hs oeerf kind4
rema do, Not omet --afotheI
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9M r WON Or THIRTY.
A .IiMtl Or THwrecY. Pocos has been granted $15#04 for a
to a well IowgFroe hospital for comsmptive,
.u sat O a woman is at her In addition to thes larger beao -
t +'^ o8meo, tact and smartnassi oee there have beae m1a4e
t2f the woman who at t0 bios- gifts from $00 to $,s0W for various
eO out In her greatest perfection purposes, mostly charitale, bt the
flity.s lous of gher eamns and her fulness of Mrs. 6ge's generosity
"w"a to please. She has laid bare could not be ascertalied frem ether
llUs mysteries and learned every Major 8locu or heardf. the
W la the lame of existence. She reporters tried to got Mrs. ik to
sJA who eeods not to be to ld that Ift r e prer g t ge M fris p t
q have dreb-olored hair, a sallow them admittance to er.
SInltox 8and faded brown eyes,
ad gtulll venture on a nuff-colored BCT BB)OM"NO MODL.
Wn. a fwn coat, a lead-colored hat Never permit yeOUvll tO Wear hMa
esmed with a fawn veil, you will that is not beoe lg--that6lt, ao dt
peagt smoh a picture of dull de- gained in conform ty wit the peo
pegmloa that no one will take the* you r opren ; a 4ty V as U
table to look for beauties that you pe ss; of bAod, t "orAM btu ,
wAdt easily be enhanced by careful. says Vofme.
ly elected pastel tints." The sir or womaA with the Ir0d.
Advice is also glven on choosing plp e should always wear a hat
colors suitable to different complex- that adds ei th- te bu fMt N d"
Mos. The "tawny type" of woman relieves the t of a.
lmut wear deep rich shades of brown, Nothing overtlge or exaggertedly
toelng from bright chestnut to mole tall d so decidedly rigid droops on
color, amber or deep wine tints shot curves that might add volume to the
with red-gold lights, special shades of already vol"ninous countenance.
purple verging on deep violet, shades Those with slender, oval faces and
of gold and blue, green and certain clear-cut, concise features look best
tones of soft gray for day wear. For In a hat of pronounedly icturesue
evening toilettes, white with touches style, with a broad brim ad a aarna.
of gold, is most becoming. ture, which may be quite lavishly em-
The red-haired beauty should played but they should refrins fr
choose rich sable or ermine furs, and vted vry large head-hl s thattn 4
sometimes chinchilla softened with the very large headlsce that tend
sometimes chinchilla softened with to shorten the forehead, and often dis.
old lac onde" n mut robe turb the harmony of all the ,atuases.
The "blonde"' iman must robe The sise of a hat must ~l Xs beI
bertself in pure white of a diaphanous governed by th shoulders and the
*ture, relieved by a faint shade of verned by the shoulders and the
lat, relieved by a faint shade of length of the neck. When the former
color that emphasizes her fairness are very broad and stra the brim
and calls attention to the blue color must be moderately laget, so as nim
of her eyes. If the blonde has to make the neck to appr too short,
pik-and-white skin she can adorn and when they ar sloping a widebrim
herself with the faintest blush-rose in capeltne or Galnborough offectr
shades. Grays and all-black costumes
are becoming to the blonde, and furs ill be best-nd ndentNeW
of ermine, rich black or white fox NATNESS PAYS.
enhance the beauty of golden hair. Two women sat at nearby tables In
The brunette Is cited as fortunate, a restaurant, one with glowind unlined
for she may choose from many col- face, eaGlossy aAir, bright eayes; eq
Oi, from dark blues, greens, shades other sallow r, wrse with dull hMir,
of brown, from fawn to deep russet. showing from under her toque.
She may also wear sealskin, black In years and dress they were about
fox, caracul, astrakhan and ermine on a par. But one looked te ears t
a ert older than the other-lsoe, u% ls ter
The "nut-brown" maid never ap s older that the other--palm, salater-
wen she Is clothed in van Yetthe difference was altogether a
shades of brown, with furs of sable, matter of taking proper eare.
mink and sealskin. Dark blue, pale If those two women were to seek
gray, fewn and 1pale muve are amna a business position, which think you, f
the shades which can be worn by other thn l ,
the nutibrown type-New York If they hv children, wh ae


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FASHION NOTES.
Green s uanrivalled In popularity.
it is the style to look snug and
warm.
Gaudy stookings are being flaunted

Skirts are to 'be a bit wider about
the feet.
Many of the smartest velvet and
Welveteen street sults are noticeably
shert and tight In- the skirts.
White crepe doe oine with printed
Persian borders Is one of the hand-
momeet materials for a house gown.
A now Idea Is toArape an over
Irtee of chiuo velvet over a gows
o. satin lace and metallic tmsue.
line crossbar muslin and batiste
will be as great favorites as hereto-
fore for the simple tallored blouse.
Instead of being restricted to the
materials of the 4own, sleeves now
ife quite often of some materials far
removed.
Instead of being reetrltedd to the
materials of the gown, sleeves now
wre quite often of some material far
moved.
dome of the smartest ulsters of
the winter have taken the lines of
he Moye atge coat gown #wtth a
knee length tunic part and the kilted
skirt part on below It.
Though the advent .was heralded
with much doubt, the dress with the
cuirass bodice and with deep skirt
attached below the hips has now


firmly attached itself in favor.


ZIbellnes are still immensely popu-
lar


Among the formal afternoon and
evening gowns the light Intense tones
of green have made something of
a sensation. Tulle and chiffon have
both been -brought out In these
shade.
One of the newest veils is of fin-
est lUken threads, woven In spider
web deigs scattered over the
mesheo of the velling, and with lan
the Ceatre of eaoh web a small silken
spider.
On the other side they are edging
their skirts with beads of velvet.

To touch a man's heart, whines
the Philadelphia Reepor, a sme-
iheldat be oblige to bore its way
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PALATKA. FLORIDA.

Moragne SBildings Rooms 8 and 4

LL HASKELL,

Attorney At Law,

PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H. CYRUS,

Physician and SurgewOl
PALATKA, FLA.


MERRYDAY A WALTON,


COUNgELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW.


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,Over half a century In LolsovlBe,
WB AX DULsam IN ABOV, net
commeMalon merchants. aefereaee:
Any bank In Lousleville.
Write for Weekly prioe IL ..
Write for wool baso and ship ua
your wool.


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PALATKA, FLORIDA,
MILLINERY FANCY 00


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Iren'e summe underwear.
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GIRL RIVAL TO WELW KIUAIL
The aohevnests eC Iolt Hles
Keler, the famous d student, aft
M rival by *A Thio 5 J.

Mo%" oIL Mois ram ofa Kn.
SOty, Uittforst thre3 em leO W
ad lwOM thq tarried aS*elhs
SMft& year. er es oA s t 4O
ftIM a *T WORft )
tbema lsurps se h any persn to-
Iean whp4at 0vety nla the salvewSty
nM*'llIt whisek t eontsTu
s ft esogaftluo of iuuaua oll
estle attalMmt. MIiss ahneo tIs
the Amt M.4 irl to W elected to the
noety, sad It the same Utin she has
feeved thq title of Assoeate I
ULtewtuar.-4Oew York Press. -
DIMPCULT WORK.
It may surprise many persons to
learn what a very large share women
now have Jn the purely scientific work
of the Goveramnent. At the United
States Naval Observatory, says the


American Honie Monthly, women as-
slat In making the astronomical cal-
culatons for the Nautical Almanac-
the sea Bible of the- mariners-and
at the Smtthonian Institution and
the Department of Agriculture women
arem directly responsible (6r much of
the intricate technical work.


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HERNANDO DE SOTO MONEY
Was recently chosen by the Democrats in the United States Senate as their
leader, in place of Senator Culberson, who resigned the post because of poor
health. Senator Money hall from the State of Mississippi, lives In Missis-
sippi City, ad sla named after the discoverer of the Mississippi River.


Prevents Child Falling. Chair and Ironing Board.
Two Indiana Inventors deserve One-of the most Ingenious inven-
aredit for an attachment for chil- tons for household use recently pat-
dren's high chairs, which they re- ented is the combination rocking
ceitly designed. As shown In the chair and ironing board designed by
aheompanying illustration, this at- a Texas woman.
tachment prevents the chair from This seems to solve the problem
o- other Inventors have been working
on, of what to do with the ironing
.y |board when It is not In use. The
seatboard and back of the chair are
hinged to a board which extends
across the front legs, and both are
detachably affixed to the seat rails
and back rails. When it is desired to
use the affair for Ironing the chair
is turned over so that it rests on the
ends of the rockers and the top of
the back rails.
The seat and back are then
straightened out till they form one
long board and held in position by a
support which is hinged to the back
and folds down behind It, when the
device is used as a chair. This gives


falling, should It be accidentally
knocked or otherwise tilted. Every
one knows how easily a baby's high
chair is upset. The child itself very
often endeavors to squirm out, there-
by overbalancing the chair and daus-
lag it to fall. The addition of this
support or prop prevents such acci-
dents. The prop consists of a pair
of legs connected by a crossbar and,
pivoted to the sides of the chair near I
the top. When the chair is in Its'
normal position the ends of the prop
are qutte a distance above the floor.
Should the chair be suddenly tilted,
the prop will naturally swing outward
and arrest the chair in its descent.


A Fire Chieft, Maybe.
.gs day a sympathetic old German
g"atlU aa was leisurely strolling past
WW of the city fire houses, when he
was move by tears of the captain.
Itoppiug to oRer coMelation, he said:
"laWy, or what you grief?"
S"*b," replied the captala, with a
g 011 f tears, "my poor father
Sg g I U he had lived Just one
" e V would have been Chief
Aie eaont, ojst

bi e)d.o" aid their

he is a
an arsal.


a firm, broad surface on which to
Iron, the end of the board forming
the chair back being tapered as is
the end of an ordinary ironing board.
-Boston Post.

Not Likely.
"By 1950," predicts the secretary
of an American peaee society, "there
will be mo more wars." Does the rev-
oread seotlman really believe that
alU of the church choir dieulties can
be empomed nl forty yeart-Noew
Orlea Times Democrat.


BABY PILLOW.
White swiss or mull is successful
material for the covering of the baby
pillow when transparency is ean ob-
Ject. Linen, although of a sheer
quality, will often conceal the col.
ored cover beneath.
One of the best swiss pillow cov-
ere has been sewed up each side and
left open at each end, where it was
scalloped and provided with eyelets
two inches from the extreme, edges
for ribbons, which held the back and
front together and the rose-colored
silk pillows inside.
The ribbons used are narrow and
white, and to each corner of the pil-
low Is attached a rosette-like bow of
wider ottoman ribbon.-New Haven
Register.

WAYS TO ECONOMIZE.
It is economy when caught in a.
rain-storm, especially if in your best


'The black gro end M as
be imagined, a perfect foil for Or
oomplexions. The artotle valpO 'of
the flesh tone Is greatly enhanced by
the contrast, and although I telld
not recommend the black paper for
living rooms in London, where we
want all the reflected light we can
get, I think that for reception rooms
the new paper will be greatly ad-
mired, although it is too expensive to
be popular.'-Baltimoro American.

RECIPE K'S.
Cornmeal Nut Mush.-Scald one
cupful of coarse cornmeal. one cup-
ful of nut butter and one teaspoon-
ful of salt with three cupfuls of hoil-
Ing water. Cook in a milk boiler two
hours. If fried mush la desired, add
a little more water; then wet a
bread pan and pack the mush In
firmly to cool. When cold slice and
fry with a little oil or butter.
Walnut Sandwich Meat.-To the
Juice of half a lemon add an equal
quantity of water. Stir in enough
English walnut butter to make a
thick paste. Season highly with
salt, pepper, mustard and cayenne.
Nut Crackera.-Mix thoroughly to-
gether threb cupfuls of flour, two


clothes, to spend 50 cents or even $1 teaspoonfuls of baking powder and a
for carriage hire, rather than run the s"ant teaspoonful of salt. Add one
risk of having the clothes spoiled, cupful of Brazil nut butter and
To admit all the sunshine and enough sweet milk to make a very
fresh air possible is economy, for Iti stiff douth; kneed the dough on the
will bring health and save many doc- moulding board until elastic and
tors' bills, even if it does fade the smooth. Roll out in a thin sheet,
rugs. about an eighth of an inch thick and
To rest by the wayside and stay cut with a biscuit cutter Into con-,
here on earth with your dear ones, venient size. Lay on dripping pans,
a while longer, rather than striving which need not hoe greased, and bake
to "do everything" and falling under in a very slow oven over half an
the yoke, is economy.-Indianapolis l:our. When cold they will be crisp
News. and tasty.
------ Egg and Nut Filling.- ioll an egg
NORMAL AMOUNT OF FOOD. hard and mash or chop fine,. Add a
There is another dietetic scare quarter of a cupful of Brazil nut but-
abroad Just now. We are never suf- ter, season with salt and pepper and
fered to be long without one, and moisten into proper consistency for
perhaps it is because we are contin- spreading with a little milk or cream.
nally being swayed this way and that Nut Salad Dressing.-Put the yolk
way that we manage, after all, to of an egg into a small bowl; add a
keep our balance. teaspoonful of water and a teaspoon-
Having been solemnly warned ful of leiron juice or vinegar. Beat
against overeating, we are now (re- until thoroughly mixed. Set the bowl
marks "Ambrosia" In the World) be- in the tcop of a tea kettle of boiling
Ing emphatically warned that we are water and stir until it thickens. Re-
in great danger of being underfed. move from the fire and add to it a
There may be nothing In the new tablespoonful of Brazil nut butter.
theory; but, In any case, it will serve Season sharply with salt, white pep-
to prove the wisdom of steering a per, mustard and cayenne. Set on
middle course, which, put In its plain ice to cool. Before serving add the
terms, means eating neither two, nor white of an egg, beaten very stiff.
six, -but three meals a day, of mod- Cornmeal Cakes.-To two cupfuls
rate proportions, 'which very few of of cornmeal mush add the yolk of
us do, says Home Chat. one egg and mix thoroughly. Beat
Either we diet ridiculously, or we the white stiff and add seasoning to
eat excessively and then "cure" for taste. Drop by spoonfuls on a
bix weeks. greased spider or griddle and brown
on both sides, or make Into cro-
BLACK WALL PAPER. quettes, roll in bread crumbs and
Women with fair complexions, fry.


flaxen or golden hair and unlimited
means for house furnishing, will re-
joice to hear that a wall paper has
been invented that will do Justice to
their charms.
Every variety of color In wall pa-
per has been tried fn vain. The
women with fair faces and flaxen
hair have always had a grievance.
Either their complexion and hair did
not "go with" the paper or the pa-
per did not "go with" the complexion
and hair.
Dark-haired women, with Southern
skins, have found almost any hue of
wall paper effective, whether white
or crimson or green, but women with
a complexion of lilies and a crown of
flax have always felt that they were
not shown up to full advantage by
the wall paper of the present day.
.A hotsess of the fair type, deter-
mined to put an end to this unjust
condition of things, has' had the hap-
py thought of trying the one bue
that has hitherto been shunnea by
every one but undertakers-namely,
black.
The -new scheme is astonishingly
striking and beautiful, it is said.
"The black ground of the p er,"
said a lady who has tried it, *Ts re-
lieved with Chinese flowers in lisard
green and a very beautiful blue, with
prays of a dell rse pink.


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The Future of Port Arthur.


The decision of the Japanese gov-
ernment to open Port Arthur as a
free commercial port of entry has
been under consideration for a cou-
siderable time and, while no official
announcement has been made upon
the subject, it is learned from good
sources that the plan will be carried
out in a very short time. Tho de.
cision is an important one and comes
as a surprise to a very large nunlib.r
of people. It means the eclipse of
Port Arthur's glory aA a point of
strategy for military and naval move.
ments and its entrance into an Im-
xportant position as a commercial chy.
Plans are on foot to make Port Arth-
ur a place of summer resort as well
as a trading port.-London and China
Telegraph.

Ways of Cecil Rhodes.
Cecil Rhodes always did things on
a big scale. Sometimes his gardener
would ask him for two or three dos.
en rose bushes or fruit trees. Rhodes
would impatiently exclaim: "What's
the good of two dosen of anything ?
Count by hundreds and thousands,
not by dozens. A thou-sad Is the
only way fo prolluce any etest or
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When you ee
teok you givet
development of
or muscle, wh
wasted.
When youth fe
land van should
aeu to us
that is be
to v you q
crop wanted.
It is lust as n
have the right I
ter for the c
ltportart to
proper leed for
We make a 9
special fertilizer
Il crops on sp
No manufacture
one. or even t
of fertilizer sui
conditions of t
conditions of
Tell us the kind
the kind of crop
we will tell you
tilizer to use.
E. O.


FRANK B. KELLOGO, 09' ST.
' He has had charge for the Government of the
Oil Company, which has resulted in a sweeping
pany In a unanimous decision that is called "an i


PAUL
ease against the Standard
victory against the com.
industrial Magna Obarta."


dyour /ive
those kidndof -
ted for (the
milk, meat
ichever is


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I be justas tried adOS- We
the plant bhad hrty y s .
uicly the One t
untity of m
cc, Uat to w, nor one cr op tdt-
kind of Ter- another.
ropsas it la Woe ar ompetenttoml
have the a Fiertilizer that you mhoM
your stock. use toward mprouo tae
specialty of ults you want why
rs for spec. Dot the doln
ecial soil.Lspend Ma thr L
r can make ateal buytat t aot
wo, brands material that may not be
table to all FREE TUCK needed? When you buy a
he soil, cr with o.te er oetilismzer from s ou bu
the crops. tor FerU er one that's mixed for y.
of soil and No more baeekache from
Sto be grown and hauling heavy sacks across the
the kind of fer- car or platform. A free truck
rithpurchase of a ton or more.
PAINTER" FERTILIZER CO.,
Jaoksonville, florldA.


The Long Hat Pin.
Some of the women who wear pro.
Jecting hat pins doubtless still con-
alder the agitation against them a
toke.
Albert Putman, a street railway
conductor In Springfield, Mass.,
doesn't think it a Joke. While he was
collecting fares one day last week a
woman passenger turned her head
quickly and drove the point of her
eighteen-inch pin clean through his
ear. One woman at least in Chicago
has had an eye put out by such a
pin under just such circumstances.
'A sudden movement of the wearer of
the pin, a sudden Jerk of the street
ear or elevator and the damage is
done.
People take greater risks every
day of their lives from other things
than hat pins. But that Isn't the
point. The hat pin risk Is stupid,
needless and reckless. It Imperils
eyes, and one single human eye is
worth more than all the dagger hat
pins In the world.
No woman with any regard for
other people's rights would wear one.
No woman who does wear one is en-
titled to any complaint if the city
finds a good legal means of stopping
her.-Chlcago Record Herald.
S. An lo-rget Leader In the House.


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Milk Tdheves BalkSe
Only the police know the thou.
sands upon thousands of milk bottles
that are stolen In a big city In a year.
Most of the milk thieves are poor folk
who are too hungry to resist the
temptation of food and drink so easily


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reached, and the New Jersey man
who invented the patent bottle hold-
er did them a seood turn when he re-
moved the temptation from their path
as well as he eared householders and
milkmen a pretty penny. This holder
comprises two clasp members which
At around the bottom and neck of the
bottle. A hingelke affair sets as a
look and retains one end of the upper
elasp, the lower one being already
fast to the wall or door Jamb, as the
case may be. The milkman sets the
bottle in the lower rings, adjusts the
upper ring around Its neck and snaps
the "ock, defying early morning
prowlers to get the bottle away. In
the same way the housewife can pre-
vent other sorts of thieves, who steal
the bottles for their trifling value, by
locking the empty ones up.
Oan You Do This Sum?
If a bookkeeper on a salary of $12
a week steals $144,000 from a bank
In a small city, how much ought an
ofoe boy on a salary of $8 a week
take from a New York corporaUont
Baek of this question In mental arlth.
me=d lie two oertous thoughts. Men
a4 boys who are rponasible for vast
sums of moSey or who ean obtain as.
eM to them should be adequately
pM for the sruvlse they reader and
the moral character they must poe
e to ret great tempta L. They
deu ld e e e- rmvly beaded, e
oMiM be paed *On thUm a&d a
-OU Owereht -6 (ser we* 'hed
bewww rovi~ *~e


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Peaches



Always Pay



for c~annin forocJ
o and distant market- ifn

am havWe have the righ
Uvanstac, the tight itree. They Growl They Bau)
are a ey are Good


a RUE to N of PEACHES
thr Frui OSPERITYNut Tre free.





PROSPERITY


NOW $2.50,
formerly $2.75
Our 1900 business Increased
and there's a reason-we saved
may we help you to save during


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Furniture, Stoves and Refrigerators.
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has brought with it firm advances In
the prices of nearly all manufactured
articles, but, as usual, we' have pe
pared ourselves to care for our rap.
Idly Increasing business without ad.
vanqing prices In most of our IIne.

A Solid Car Load of Im f eds
as well as thousands of dollars' weoth
of other goods bought before the re.
cent advances, has just arrived, and
we are better prepared than ever be.
fore to continue our pelloy of giving
you better values than you ean get
elsewhere.
more than 60 per cent over that of 1iM.-
our patrons money on their purseho-
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Sea Mate% Putnam Couty, is sit,
Me on the east bank of the St.
Am Blverw, and 90 feet above It.
VU highest point la Florida, eat of
he St. Johins rivew, which is one-half
mis.jwide at this polt.
I ales from Palatoa. or county
seak (cty of 5,000), 28 miles from
SAugustine and about 75 miles
pme Jacksonville.
The terminus of a branch of the
riorMda est Coast Railway. The de-
pot being three-quarters of a mnie
rama the river wharf.
Advantages and Attractions.
San Mateo has good shelled roads
Sad miles of hard sidewalks. Beauti-
atl wateroaks line both sides uf
streets, and meet overhead in many

Two churches, public and private
ashools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order postoffice, three malls
delly, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
Dose at your door, weekly paper.
Te lace is incorporated. The
state and county taxes are about 20
mills on about one-third valuation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tur-
key, ducks and quail, black bass aund
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to ten dol-
lara per week; 12.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove
he la Inst seao
One of the best advantages 6a
Uatso enjoys Is transportation; being
both river and rail to an advantage
fhat few Florida points enjoy. A re.
cent season, for Instance, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonville were
more than congested and fruit ship
pod from points down the central
part of the state was, in some cases,
thee weeks getting to Jacksonville.
=a route to northern markets, and
I4 not bring enough to pay frolght,
hile San Mateo shippers, at same
tiMe, would ship from here one day
aad have fruit go out of Jacksonville
an the Clyde ship the next This Ut-
tle matter that season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
will do well to bear In mind trans-
portation and cheap rates that come
with competition, In selecting a Flor-
Ida location.
The population is about 850, who
came moody from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive and sociable. Have a bet-
ter olass of homes than can be found
Is any place in the south of its size.
the buildings kept painted and
grounds I good order.
Healthfulness.
Os aseount of its high altitude,
erge lsese healthier spot In Florida
-r all the year round or for the win.
tar visitors. For those who come to
Plorida on account of health, many
bl tis higher altitude, dry and
belmay air is better than the lower,
oIe harsb air found In salt water
BuaInes.
The principle tasneas tis orange
spewing. Sceo 400 acre In grovc
p hert t as this proves proAC
fle thus It set muh attention paid
4 g- although there aren 5


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seem eve p oor w nr


c ottMe and bopgs sem to be pDrot
As an Instance for profit In a stood
Irange trove, Mr. B. I. D&" ,ey, from
le than seven scres last season).
shipped $6,800 worth of fruit.
SolIl.
The San Mateo orange crop this
season is estimated at 60.000 boxes;
Ohat for Putnam county at 400,000
boxes.
The county h; now building at Pa-
latka a $38,000 court house; a bridge
one mllo long. costing $46,000, con-
necting thief section with our county
rent, and will spend at once $100,000
on hard roads.
The soil varies it great dea. from
high pine to low n.dl high hammock,
all within a mile. so that lands for
any purpose or crops can be secured.
San Mateo can be reached from
Jacksonville by Florlda East Coast
railway or l iach anvl Millcr line.
steamers (see time tables d. scwher
nl this rpper). The Clyd''s St. Johns
river steamers arrive lihru. about 1(0
p. m. ao do inot a'lvIve this route.
Pare B. & M li;'he $1 25; railroad $2
from J;'ck.sonvtil-.
Launch Raln ow le-aves Paiatkt
every afternoon at 1"tJ. Lucas lin.
steamers 2 30 p. im, ev.ry day bu:
Bnnday.
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. ni
Tueslays. Tlhurstday< n'id Saturdayb
and there, trains di', n nF. 1". C
hallway. Fare frou I'alatka 256 ent?
Uay route. A


SI'1arINO r'VMI
CreAtlino ISunshin" has
*o.ld braI rey!linders. Cai,
be used as all-round pump.
Writo for free Circular. Ask
4or information on any
pumping problem. We make
j,'un, B for il uses.
CRE STLINI MFU. CO..
Crest Ieu, Ohio.
umpss, blnk, i11oc.



R. S. Mooney
Successor to W. C. Snow & Co.


Furniture
WD'rASM AND

PUNiKtAL, WtPPLIK.
pboe N. Next door Kennerly.
LAmes Street Hardware Ca
PALATKA, PLA.


E. E. DODGE,
PALATKA.


--Dealer In-


Extra


Fine Paints
Oil, Varnishes and Wall Paper.
Columbia Graphophoam esd XaRe



Ginosville Nurseries
Gainesville, Florida.
Growers of Budded and Grafted Pe-
oan Troee of best standard varieties;
hardy oranges on hardy stock, f14ld
rown roede, palms and ferns. Fruit
m Ornamental trees, shrubs, etc.
Keep our catalog on Ale.


SS. olGRAVES, Prop.
(Oalivollh, Fla.


SMITH, The Jeweler


Palatka, Fla.


Diamond Rins, Pins, etc.


Alligtor Leather Bags


Hamilton, Elgin and Waltham Watches


EVENTUALLY


YOU WILL USE


Armour Fertilizers.


WHY NOT NOW?


Manufactured in Jacksonville.


Sales Agent,


Rejection of Budget Costs Great
Britain $14,500,000 ain Revenue.
London.-The rejection of the bud-
get by the House of Lords in the pre-
ceding Parliament cost the country
in loss of revenue $142,500,000 Int
the current financial year, according
to a statement made by David Lloyd-
George In the House of Commons.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer
added that it was impossible to say
what proportion of this loss could be
ultimately recovered.
His statement han caused a sensa-
tion throughout Great Britain.
S About Noted People.
George Kabot Ward, Secretary of
State of Porto Rico, has resigned that
post.
Major Alfred Dreyfus spends his
leisure hours in the study of the so-
eial problems.
Dr. Joan Charcot gave a summary
of the dentific results of his Antarc-
tic pedatlon.
Nz.Vi-e.President Fairbanks was
received by the French Senate and
*the Chamber of Deputies.
Chancellor MaeCracken,of the New
Terk Uslverslty aseounced that he
"MU rWeAr oas e5 tu*ber s*.


S. W. ROWLEY.


"Phlysklans' Trust," What Bast
Aurora Says, as Prices Go Up.
Buffalo, N. Y.--Residents of East
Aurora are Indignant at the action of
physicians In making a concerted
movement to raise the schedule of
fees for attending patients from fifty
to 100 per cent.
The action became known when
notices of the new rates were sent
out. The people are strong in their
denunciation of the action of what
they call a "doctors' Trust," but the
physicians are united in declaring the
new schedule will stand.
Newsy Gleanlags.
China adopted President Taft's
suggestion to organize a Red Cron
society.
China is convinced that Japan in-
tends to retain possession of the Mawn
churian railways.
Chicago packers decided to ignore
Indictment for conspiracy to raise
meat prices and to oppose eatraditlos
to New Jersey.
Prominent Italian residents of New
York City formed a committee to
light tuberculosis lan the varioss
I neighborhoods peopled by their Oesa
tryrn . .---


M4AL&SBY COMPANY
W114 7ORIYTMhAYRKETo ATLbANTA-.'C.A
&erythirng rin.chiste'y amd MilIl Supplies cak'ied in 6tock here.
We haw. 'the largest and nwst cowi
PletelIrjamof AAACHINEy and t4LL.,SiR
?PLIE5.'iN THIE *sou-rH, BUT tE. H___
MANC g~e-OUR OWN OFFICE KrECORDS
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Seaboard Express
Seaboard Mall

MODERN PULLMAN 4UiPMiN
SmA~wa a FPLORIDA LIMITED. SoUd Pullam VtstibuAle
8% iug st and ea Jk sIoville to Now York via Rimchaea
M toIa. atr (a la aste eml.wv), Double Draw"i
SFh Cats, state RoMa aa obOrwtcm Oar. Leave St.
IvIM-% A. 0 a. sad Jacksonvlle 12:l p. 1. daIly, tolacdi V

* 8 teo nation at B deeper re-ervatics cell 6O say ageta
Seaboard, or writes:
630 NT&O, m Assistat General Psasslm'r Aglet,
oJAOl2ONL0 *LO*RIPmoA.

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W. & Ta. paela(t lwatoroe No. 1,-
For sprIs applcatiUoa ornaO o
trees, and for first applicaUton O waV
termslon, vegetables, etc. Nothlng
produces more vigorouS growth and
It fairly glue the yoa0u fruit to the
citrus troas.
emilnolo Tree Growr.-The one
strioUtly chemdeal orse tree growing
formula on the market A happy
comblaatlom of our W. & T's. Special
Mixture, No. 1, and the fruit and vine
formulas.
Peruvian Orange Tree Grower--
The highestT grade formula made with
Peruvian Guano as an exclusive base.
Raw Ground Boneo-A very large
supply just received.
Ideal Results from Ideal Fertllizer.
-An attractive souvenir showing the
results gained by industry and IDEAL
METHOD8. Write us your needs.


Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company
Jacksonville, Florida.


rllurhI ,JN f are giving greatest satisfaction to our
kwsUarU aNUd Ihe hundreds of customers In Florida.
always grew, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.


Gerber


DeOalers na


Furniture and House Furnishi
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t artvde wompletm ae Orokery aed baml
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10-11t FRONT ST, PALATKA.


Why Stay North and

COMB TO SAN MD"
And spend the winter out of doorj, and you will
It you waat to rest a ootte, write U; we have t
Ieady to move Ia. Byrlya Plame (se jdvertUmen t
sot be batea Ia PlorIda for fa e"rtb heos. Writ


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SMt aIti In In planting groves now, think of th
MI I future. THE SJUCIMB OF YOUR IN*
VITM RNT depends on the tres you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE, but
some to
luiq te Ar hAIIAm Tnre Trees guaranteed to arrive at destUna
tion In good order. It they don't, we
replace them. NO WHIT FLY.
ADDRMS


0. W. CON1ER, Prop.
w. TA31aBUN


BYRLYN


rL0RIDA.


PLACE


COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPENS OCTOSER FIRST 00*.
EmALTEY, high pint woods country. Coovtnlet for side trip to St.
Augustine and all st Coast points. OolaklaWsham and St. Johns River
teamers can stop at the wharf. 000 U HUNTUfO and shbing; guides sd
do an be had on short notice. .
oa to8Is situated In 16-ere Or se* grove, one block from dqet, *4
mile from River. 400 sar Orange Ooves at Ban Mateo.
Ates: $.60 to $12.00 per week; .00 per day. For reservms i

DR. J. E. COCHRANE, Manager
VALATIn, N. Y.
APTER OCTOBER IST, bkN MATEO, FLORIDA.
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'r M sdo, er they are broken In,
f. bAg to wear," said Prout:
tfll I like tsm better thu
Tha wbem they're broken out."
-Boston Transcript.

AN ArKauz, 1HE.
Teaher--T.h--r-d is pronounced
WK told.
Pip-i-W-well, teacher, th-that's
S the j ttme in a long while ye've
S. im- tay one o' them wolds
wrac-Harper's Bazar.

COtMI-rNT L08 HIM.
"When I got home yesterday 1
SthtM my wife had gone home
to her mother."
"TYq did? What did you do?"
"Oh, I just hurried over there and
had a good meal, too."-Detroit Free
]piewL


THE WORRIED MANAGER.
"What's the trouble?" asked the
Impresario's friend.
"I can't keep my people down to
their own lines of work. The prima
4a6 s will kick and the ballot
wot."'-Washington Star.

WATERED.


"How's your chicken farm getting

*I gavy up chickens. There's so
s beh water on the tarms that I'm
"Polalstlns durksr'-New York
XvufM Tleoram.

T M TH MILARITY.
"N hub"andM is like a rooster in
me regpeost"
"ISlodeIl"
e, Ta Wheo he gets up early he
ews e over it."-Judge.

INSPIRING.
t T -=s- i thoamand students at
'o to hear the Rev. Drool Isn't
m t What a tribute to the pow-
Sotheuaa.
MM 8 bahrab-Tou bett That old
I o is om the taulty, and
S M -,eR t fero him would 4di
Smembe of the varsity


SA OOD PLAN.
ita" w bM. A don't 'are we

E -g-M 1r advIse you to eo-
B0S ggauser. aq.'m lsow


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IT IS.
Is psabatry of amy prastleal
atalue?"
"Well," answered the girl address
od, "It's a very good way to get your
hand held."-Loutsville Courier Jour.
al.


BARELY POSSIBLE.
"How do you like my biscuit, hub-
by I got the recipe out of a paper."
"Well, my dear, I found a button
in one and a feather In another.
Maybe you got the cooking retpe
mixed with the fashion hints."-
Louisville Courler-Journal.

ONE REDIBMING FEATURE.
"Beems to me you utilise a good
many old wittlctms."
"That may be," admitted the press
humorist, "but I try to confine my
automobile Jokes to 1910 models."-
LoUlsville Courier-Journal.

EVER FAITHFUL.
"He's always wanting to borrow
money from me."
"A fair weatiir friend, merely."
"Ah, no. He has also borrowed
several umbrellas."- Louisville Cou-
rier-Journal.

CONUNDRTMS.
What flowers can I'e found be-
neath nose and chin? Ans.-Tulips
(two lips).
Why are dudes no longer imported
into this country from England?
Ans.--Because a Yankee dude'll do
(Yankee doodle doo).-Washington
Star.

His Generosity Tested.
Many writers have declared that
an Irish gentleman's hospitality is
unlimited, but this is a slight exag-
geration, as is shown by a story bor-
rowed from a book of Irish mem-
oirs.
Jerry McCartie was often the guest
of friends who, on account of his
pleasant ways, extended to him that
sort of old Irish hospitality which
enabled a visitor in my own family
who came for a fortnight to stay for
six years.
In 'McCartle's case the visit
stretched to nearly double that time.
After eight or nine years, however,
blhi kinsman got a little tired of hie
guest and let him know of his old
mansion's proposed renovation, say-
ing that he had signed a contract
fori having tit painted from garret
to cellar.
"By George!" said Jerry, "It's for-
tunate 'that I don't object to the
smell of paint and it will be well to
have some one to keep an eye on the
painters now that the wall fruit is
ripening."
SomO months passed. Then his
host informed him that he was go-
ing to be married, adding, "I thought
I'd tell you in good time, so that
you could make leisurely preparatlonw
to go, as the lady and you may not
hit it off as well as you and I do."
With tearful eyes, Jerry grasped
his cousin's hand, saying:
*Oh, Dan, dear, you have my
hearty thanks for your consideration;
but, dear, dear boy, surely if you can
iput up with her, I can."-Toroate
Saetrday Night

Harvard Seored.
It was the morning of the Yale

Harvard game at Cambridge, and two
of the ,New Haven collegians were
wandering through the Harvar
yard, looking at the university build*

Down a walk toward them came a
yoth oft serious aspect, but palpably
am uaheroaduate.
"I beg your pardon," said the Taole
man, who is a bit of a wag, to the
strawgr, "can you tell me where I
can lad Harvard unlversty?".


Thm very sorry'" said the serious
S'with lever a smile. "They'v
It up. You ee, tiere are so
m y Tel men in towa."
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Sa- a ommUats foe the Seafte
fI Ptmsa oetat, subject to the
ot of the eaortle primary soon
to 1 oaled In this ouBt. if you
tha I have bees faithful Ia the few
thtpe truted tq me as a member
o-the house of representaUve,
shall be pleased to have your sup-
port Respectfully,
S8. J. HILBURN.
Palatka, Fla., February 10, 1910.
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To the Democratic Voters of Putnam
County:
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date for the omce of State Senator
from this, the Twenty-sixth Senato-
rial District, subject to the action of
the democratic primary election. Per-
mit me to say I am a democrat, and
seek the ofie uninfluenced by any
faction, trust or corporation, and
should I become your public servant
I can serve you wigout fear or fa.
for. Respectfully,
JOHN P. WALL.

For Representative.
To tuisbmocratic Voters of Putnam
Coultii
I here announce my candidate)
for Re)resentative of Putnam county
in the approaching primary, and
would appreciate the support of my
friends and fellow citizens.
Very respectfully,
W. S. MIDDLETTON.
Pomona, Fla.


* To the Voters of Putnam County:
I will be a candidate In the ap-
proaching primary for the office oi
Representative to the Legislature.
My platform is the hStonlah Drainage,
and that implies agriculture and pub-
lic Improvements. Respectfully,
0. L. SIPPRELL.
Plorahome, Fla.

To the Democratic Voters of Putnam
County:
Yielding to the urgent requests of a
number of friends throughout the
county I am a candidate for' Represeh-
tative in the Legislature, subject to
the democratic primary. Believing
that my familiarity with legislative
affairs, my acquaintance with public
men and knowledge of the require-
ment of my constituency will be of
material benefit and with an earnest
desire to serve you, I respectfully so-
licit your support. If nominated and
elected my very best efforts will be
given to the interests of Putnam
county, and I shall be ever mindful
to guard, to the very best of my abil-
ity, the welfare of the people.
Very respectfully,
HENRY S. McKINZlh.

To the Democratic Voters of Putnam
County:
I will be a candidate-In the ap-
proaching primary for the olce out
Representative nla the Legislature,
for which oice I respectfuly solicit
yohr support. In the event of my
election as one of your representa-
- ties I wil strive earnestly to serve
your interests sand those of the state
@o Florida latelligently, faithfully and
tl harmony with democratic ideals.
W. A. RU9l8MLL


e F Tax Colleoter.
To the Demoratc Votes of Putnam
S| e by asmoee myself as a
4tor te e"oe of Tax Col-
Se~,ScnW. If may mr.
gK hPs? b1Beess
Di Is your sah

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*aIta atb a Ohamns.
Th KMW Yu h una ht
ears the*
Signature of

Fifty Thousand dollars reward for
any person In the United States wio
has never heard of
PLANK'S CHILL TONIC.
It's guaranteed to cure Malaria,
Chills. Fever, Colds and LaUrippe.
Guaranteed to cure a cold In one
night, la grippe In three. Takes the
place of calomel. Your money back
If It does not tt


Miami, Fla-R. P. Davie of Colar
do Springs, who Is reported to have
made "'illionW" out of his extensive
Everglade deals, is spending a few
days in the city. Mr. Davie, will dem
onstrate his faith in the drain(
Everglade lands, for growing grap
fruit, by planting an eighty-acre
grove. An experienced citrus tree
grower will have charge of the work.
Before planting, the tract will be
ditched and dyked to prevent over
low and the diteha will be used foi
Irrigating purposes nla case of aeces
saty. This will be the Arst large ex-
periment of this kind In this part ot
the state, sad It will be watebed with

An Awful 8tuptiU
of a volesmo eslt- bWe latest,
ad yewr lanterest In sa eruptoms
win be as sheot. f yes we Bueklea's
AWle- bt9 tdeir slebeet ew@
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o. I. BULI AD.

For County Treaeurr.
To the Democratic Voters of Putnam
County:
I am now serng my first term as
your County Trsourw, an office
which I bold by your stifrape and
for the honor of which I have al-
ways felt partlegarly grateful to
you. It is trust I shall be able to
return to you unimpaired at the end
of my term, and one that, with your
approval, t should again like to as-
sume. L therefore take this oppor-
tunity to say that I will again be a
candidate in the coming primary,
and respectfully ask your support.
J. K. EDMONDSON.

For School Commisslone.
To the Democratic Voters of District
No. 1:
I once more announce myself as a
candidate for School Commissioner
of Putnam county, District No. 1.
I thank you for past favors, and
again offer my services in advancing
the educational Interests of my D)is-
trict, County and State. I have
heretofore done the best I have
known, and 'shall continue to do so
should you see fit to give me the
position in the coming primary elic.
tlon. Yours truly,
J. H. GREEN. -

For County Commissioner.
At the solicitation of many friends,
I hereby announce myself as a candi.
date to represent District No. 3 on
the Heard of County Commissioners.
I have endeavored to serve my dis-
trict and county to the very best of
my ability, and 1 hope that I have
merited re-election. Thanking one
and all for past support, and with
assurances of sincere appreciation of
the same, I am Very respectfully,
11. T. SOLANA.
San Mateo, Fla.


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ELEGANT LINE SHIRT WAISTS FROM 600 UP; SPECIAL LOT OF-

WAISTS AT 8o THAT CANNOT BE DUPLICATED AT LESS THAN


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FINE LINE WASH SKIRTS AT Oe UP. EXTRA VALUES AT $14S


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