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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: April 2, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol.'19. No. 24.


SAN MATEO, FLA., APRIL 2, 1910.


PublishMl Idkly, $s1.00 1.7


Mrs. M. L. Howard who has been
a guest of Mrs. M. W. Crosby for the
past week or two left Thursday
morning for Dupont where she will
visit Mrs. U. J. White.


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|Lews of theWeek



T. B. Merrill, of Palatka, was over
Wednesday afternoon on business.

Mr. and Mrs. O'Dell, of Fislhkill,
N. Y., are recent arrivals at the
Byrlyn.


Miss Addle Bailey attended the
a wedding of Miss Mamie Bruce in
Palatka on Mohday evening.

Slsee Brown and Farris are
sending the week end at the home
"".',. SfM- at Hastings.

U nole Jim Cheser"' is once more
. adida/e for the Legislature. It's
mighty hard to down a good man.

Town election on the 5th. Clerk
14 sani apspectors appointed are J. W.
A to, A. Bailey, N. A. Kent, J. C.
ey.
S. i The lights required by the Govern-
S.'ow. meat on the river draw-bridge have
S' n tint un ad na le can nnw cross


at night.p p u q V
at night.


Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith and
SMrs. Vurrier departed Wednesday
", for Lowell and Boston after spend-
ing the winter season here.

Mr. T. D. Briggs, of Brooklyn, N.
,V.*la purchased the Hotel and
0o r pvpperty at Hlomosassa. He
experts t6 open for Business about
Nov. 1st next.

Word has reached us that our old
f friend "Dell" Hiser is getting the
H Florida feVer again and want to get
ion the old St. Joins. He is
SIn Auburn, N. Y.

Sowland and faly left yes-
M f9or Olovrevs~a. Y. Mr.
4k u %60d a new
lageilsai and wll
K^-jSI.^Utemer. A


Quite a party of Sanil an Mateo
people attended the Ponce de L'won
Celebration, among them Mr. and
Mrs. Gray, Mrs. F. A. Bailey, Misses
Addle, Lulu, and Marion Bailey L.
B. Bailey, and James Bailey.

Jos. R. Dunn, the real estate man
of Jacksonville, accompanied by his
family, after attending the Ponce de
Leon Celebration in St. Augustine,
went over to Palatka in their hand-
spme touring car Saturday.

Mrs. Wilmer Christian, of Indian-
spolls, n.OK, wMAguest of Mr, J.
A. Crosby a eooaple of days tb~
week. Mrs. Christian was a school
mate of Mrs. Crosbys at Glendale,
Ohio..
Mr. T. F. Andrews, of Chicago,
was here Wednesday afternoon. He
returned to Green Cove Springs on
the evening train and next morning
came up to Palatka with Mrs. An-
drews. They are stopping at Miss
Mulholland's.
Town tax books close this week.
Tue Tax Collecttr tells us the delin-
quent list will be very small. The
list will be advertised shortly. If
your town taxes are not paid, rush
your mone' to H. W. Hills, Tax
Collector, Ban Mateo City and save
expense.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Preston, of
Crescent City with. party of friends
came down Tuesday evening in their
handsome new launch to attend the
dance in Palatka. At Ban Mateo
they stopped and took on board Mis.
Christian. Mrs. J. A. Crosby, Miss
Addle Bailey and Clinton Rowland.
It was the wee small hours before
the party toned their faces home-
ward. A delicious lunch was served


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Spelcal Master's Sale.
U ND)R AND BY VIRTUE (OF A I)KICREE
of Forechloure and Sale rendered in the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Ircuit of
the State of Florida,in and for Putnam County,
by the lion. James T. WillI. Judge of said
Court, dated the 3rd day of March. .A. D., 1910,
wherein William Curran in complainant. and
lte-r W. Taylor and his wife.mar.h C. Taylor,
MarvTn Malsby, and Maisby Machinery Com-
pany, acorporali- n, are defendants, and where-
in the undersigned was appointed Seecial
Master nl Chancery to srll the property here-
inafter described. I shall offer for lIe at pub-
licauction, for canh, to the highest and bett
bidder, at the front coor of the Court ilioue,
in the City of Palatka, Putnam County, I lorida,
on the
FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, A. D, 1910,
INln g the fourth day of said mouth, during the
legal hours of ale on that day. the following
described property mentioned in the Bill of
Complaint fBled herein, lying and being in said
Pui nam County, Flori a, to-wit:
All thoMe certain tracts. phice3 or parcels of
land, asitute in the County of Putnam and
State of Florida, described a: The undivided
one-half iatersetof the Southwest quarter of
the Northwest quarter, all of the mouthwest
quarter and the southwest quarter of the
Soutbees quarter, all in etction One (1). con-
taining two headred and forty I) a ores. IIl
Ot frtioal section Two (XL contaning three
Iluadbdal eihty-eiht8)acres. Also the
lien *anr d the iNortisat carter
oftheSgtr- s M l ,he W ait *af of
the Sthe hoeast qaK drt Ulven ( l
con tailas two lhamired sad .hty (0P) acres.
Also the West Ift and the West halt of the
Southeast quarter, &ad the Southeast quarter
of the southeast quarter; alls I section Twelve
(12). containing four hundred forty (440) acre.
Almo the Weat half ad the Nortbeast quarter
of the Northe.st quarter, and the West half of
the Northeast quarter and the North half of the
Southeast quarter; all In Section Thirteen (18),
containing five hundred and twenty (560) acres
Also the South half tf the Northeast quarter,
the North half of the Southeast quarter; al
Lots 1,s, and 8; all in Section Fourteen (14)
conainhnng two hundred and forty (240) sres.
Also Lot I or the Nortlieast quarter of the
Northeast quarter of Section Twenty-Four
(24), contain fn forty (40) acres All of above
dexerilwd landis Jooated in Townaship eleven
(11)., ., Range Twenty-Seven 1) Kaat, contain-
ing in the aggregate -2148 aere, be the same
niore rr less. zccptingand reaerving f4 acres
to be selected in accordance with the deed from
Herman Miller to H. W. Taylor, dated Decem-
ber Xnd, li07, by which the above premolae
were conveyed.
0 811 N.CAIHOUN.
SHpecal Mateslr In Chancery.
HIL UBN & ODOM.
Solicitors for Complainsnt. marg-td


Putnam County Deal.
(Palatka News.)
Thee deedm conveying 11,000 acres
of land in Putnam county have pass-
ed between Mrs. J. B. D. Woodburn,
of Barnesville, Ga., and Col. B. A.
Benson, of Omaha. Neb. The lands
In question constituted the big tur-
pentine farm of the Woodburn estate
at Bardin, a few miles northwest of
Palatka and situated on Wboe and


a uvmru aw uuuu upmuiinUK nIume. 81mes creeks. The oonsldratlou
Th aedLeon Celebration at was $8,00. The deal was made by
Seeded with a grandthe parties to the transition, wids
Lsy Friday night. Col. 8. J. Hilburn of his lotr as in-
S.dll Fridaynigb ruiediator and is the .eit of
i three giant puotea 4 PutnaaM
.4 s' m -e Wa Wd eW l w ith Intwbaij t bybolr unset
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Are you


looking for


any sort of


Real Estate?


Do you
Florida


want a home ion
for your winters,.


among a nice class of
pie and homes, and \


your property valueS w!flK
increase year by year?.
If you are,


Come to


San Mateo

San Mateo has the


class of homes of any tc
in Florida of its size.
Good boarding houses


here in plenty.


Come and


see for


yourself.


Notice.
The Annual Election of Tqi
fleers for the Town of Sa-,
City. Florida, will be held 9b6
E. depot Tuesda, April
for the purpose of eI0M.n:
A Mayor.
A Olirk and Treasurer.
SMarsahal.
v ew Members of Town U
i tIstrawon book Is
Pfttoeas uUl T u

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S ,PLORIDA FRUITS AND PRODUCE
I' 9m WASHINGTON STREET. . . . NEW YORK.
PECIALTIES: Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit, Early Vegetables.
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Establlbed


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IS YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SEL LING FLORIDA ORANGES.


Cerrish Brothers


BOSTON.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS


MASS.


lembers of Ntlonal Lfeag C ommuislo Merebanta of U. I
Referencet The Item, 4th Nat Bank, BoSton.
WTUTE US rOR 9TWCILO


N.


Robson & Son,


COMMISSION IE]CHANTSI


CHARLESTON.s


S. C.


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

ESTABLISHED 1867.
PHILLIPS & SONS,
Commission flerchants
Members of National League of Comm isslen Merchants of the United States


FLORIDA FRUIT AND PRODUCE 0 UR SPECIALTY
1El$ AND EXPORTERS.


IMPORT-


REFERENCES: Chatham National Bank, N. Y.; Aetna National Bank, N.
Y.; Fidelity Trust Co, NY., and Commerolal Agencies.
Y7 WASHINGTON STREET, . . . . .. . NEW YORK.
*,l****bum .gae


SHIP US


orANoEnmlN .. .. .., . .. U.. .. .... ...,. RuIT
W. M. STANTON & COMPANY ,
PINBAPPLES A SPECIALTY.
- Wholesale Commission Merchants


888 NORTH FRONT STREET.


PHILADELPHIA.


References: Harry Jennlns, Tib bals, Ila; ksuar B3m, Ankoma, 9la.;
C. A. Robluson, M0len, Fla.; B. A. Thomas, Deerfeld, ha.; M. V. Wil.
. liam, Punts Gorda, la.; Consolldation Natiosal Bank, and alX merean,
Ule agencies. ASK FOR STENC[I.


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ESTABLISHED ISMI.

J. & S. H. DAVENPORTi


FRUITS AND PRODUCE.


Commission


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Merchants,


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


HAN.
YOU


US.


Genntison & Brown Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WANT CONSIGNMENTS OF


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
PROMPT RETURNS.


8448 SOUTH MAIN STREET. *


REFERENCES:
DUOS NEWS.


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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK


AND THE PRO-


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Ernest M. Merrick,


Commission Merchant.


Wholesale Frui and Prodici


SOUTHERN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
NOB. M674M B STREET, N .W.


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WAMIINOTODoN *


GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,


Vegetables In Season

GEO. B. LONG & CO.,
VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
N Wet Market Strat--14 MIohigan t"net -- -BUFFALO, N. Y.
REFERENCES.
Flerida Representative COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUFFALO
FRED N. DICKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.


ORANGES,


t. SI. aBl,.


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GRAPEFRUIT,


Tour bults nd vegetable t the ve bomes

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344 WAHi'I (;TON STRKPT.
Write for stencils or any Inform atlon desired concerning
Frults and Vegetables. We handle exclusively on commission.


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

FLORIDA FRUITS


TO WIRE ME IS TO SECURE AN ORDER,


di 16 "6 Is0- usuJ6isutJ6 A L W6 Asusua


H.


W. KURT


OUR SPECIAL
Florida Oranges, G
Vegetab


43 & 45 Eighteenth


St.


Pittsburg


z6 CO.
kLTIE8,
grapefruit and
les.
1804 Pike St.
, Pa.
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START YOUR -NEXT CAR
of oranges and grapefruit to us it you want good results. We
make a specialty of F. 0. B. sales and work all markets. Our
outlet is unlimited. Get in touch with us.' We can make you
money. L. C. L. lots have our best care.

W. E. JONES CO.
Bonded Commission Merchants.
22 8. Charles 8,t Baltimore, Md.
Members National League Commission Merchants, U. 8.
Members International Apple Shippers' Association.
Id.3.1.D-uop Jh9. rse,1 d n


, P. P i.thop,, John 9. Fisk#, H.T. CadenaA.
tresdU t Treasurer. Secretary.
L. J. Bishop Company

OMMISSION MBRCHANTS
3P3ELXYX
coW^xesOx man AcMaXWr


piers" earet


IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS
Foreign Department:
37 Williams Street.
NNW YORK.


Florida


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A NEW FIRM IN BALTIMORE,


Gavan & Co..


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A. E. Meyer & Co.,


COMMISSION MERCHANTS.


Fruits and Vegetables


18 PARK PLACE,


(Established 1863)


NEW YORK


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

WE WANT

CAR LOTS OF ORANGES & GRAPE FRUIT
Largest car lot handlers in Chicago. Members Naticnal League of Corn.
misslodr 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
on your small shipments.
M!. EORGE & COMPANY,
NO. 96 80. WATER T. ----- -- ----- CHICAGO, ILL,


W. F. KURTZ CO.
235 WEST ST. NEW YORK.
Our reputation sla for quick returns and satisfactory resiilts.
Florida Oranges, Crape Fruit
and Pineaples.
References: Irving National Bank, The Packer, Fruit Trade
Journal, Mercantile Agencies and any responsible hloise ln the
United States.

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


PrUtTs, NUTS, CIGARSt TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO CARRY FULL LINE
SOF HUYLER'S CANDIES.


PALATKA, FLORIDA,
--..!..HEADQUARTERS FOR---.


AmAripan And Wi lnnd WirA a fua


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Get tilqIr delivered prices before buying elsehwhW. .,;


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Wholesale Oommisslon Merchants
FLORIDA FRUITS AND PRODUCE.


806 LIGiT STREET.
HAVE YOU GIVEN US A TRIAL? WE'REqMAKING GOOD FRIENDS
ALL OVER FLORIDA AND WE WOULD LIKE TO MAKE ONS pF
YOU. CHECK SENT DAY GOODS ARE SOLD. ASK T)4E NATION-
AL BANK OF COMMERCE OF BALTIMORE AS TO OUR RESPOND I6
SILjTY; ANY MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE OF COMMIT.
SION MERCHANTS OF BALTIMORE AS TO OUR EXPERIENCE;
ANY COMMERCIAL AGENCY TO GET REPORT OF 6UR FINAN
CIAL STANDING.
WRITE FOR STENCIL AND QUOTATIONS.


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L. A. Smith,

Kennerly


HOf and COLD DRINKS.


Palatka, Fla.

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dls-tIn- for April is one
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0 new stands. It contact"
markable tore
Mt dees not come up to a
i 169 of entertainment
an SaUeed that they
tIr more's worth l

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threei I d a' quarter l*obs A- ...
vtoa ione uedao to the ipo b

lokaeswrnbent, then embodied
la ooaR m, the remit was a pop-
I ea dMsptigo participated In by
a Whouaal people, whose coan-
dIto paid for a medallion near.
Sthire and a quarter Inohs mIn dl.
M tor by Ne Qarter of an Inch in
lokuess. When completed, the
Bing was turned over to Mr. Blaelow
ty a disunlsbhed comW ttee, In-
cluding Mlchelet, Littre, Louis 1l3sa
and Victor Hugo, and by him forward-
ed through theo State Department to
Mrs. LUncoln.


A Smart Lawyer.
In a cult tried In a Virginia town
a yoag lawyer was adreassing the
Jquy on a point of law when god
naturedly he turned to the oppoaing
counsel, a mat of much experience.
and asked:
"That's right, I believe, Col. Hop-
kins?"
Wheorpon Hopkins, with a smile
of consolous superiority, replied?
"Sir, I have an ooie in Richmond
wherelt I shall be delighted to en-
lighten you on any point of law for
a oceal#eratlon."
The youthful attorney, not in the
least abashed, took from his pocket
a b1 dollar plooe, which he offered
to dol. Hoptans with this remark:
"No time like the present. Take
this, air; tell us give me the change."-Pi taburs
Ohronlole.Telegraph.L
Hypnotlsm and Will Power.
The more will power a person has
Sore readily cna he be hypno
tle for there are certain conditions
Iael.* -the exsolses of will power
Oa the subjeto's part--or Instaace
coacenotratloa of the attention-that
mest fMllmed before the hypnotle
Fate can be briomt on. For this ret-
lMB the weak-willed, the mentally de-
etvve, the lansae, are very hard to
Doctor Volslt, a celebrated French
alleist, found that he could not -hyo-
setitse more than 10 per cent of the
mates of the asium with whilh he
oonneoted Whereas an Maglish
Iapeaismair oamed Vioeawt Apre1re-
with ease N pw oent of a large
Wme Compe visa" bat.
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H---- O aH---I OO-
Wild Anima IsnI New York City.
It is a rmtetale tat that there
are always maore wild salakI about
than R but th ewert has an idea
MG eOa e te4 wOe within
S diBes of New York City fully 50
dleareat l ads-Dot coating birds,
reptiles, or A -hee-oaequarter. of
ag* abnoadant. Or more partlo.-
uab* with the liats of Greater
New York thee ar at Met a doseaa
apeoles at i d est haf & o wf M b
are quite oman a-Coatry LUte In

Sne Way to Aved it.
When Crrie was three or four
vrers old she went with baher grand-
mother to visit an aunt The little
" ate very beutllay of thebrles wheo
her -se tha "K it0t eat "ay
more benrris or yea will have a pa9t
-a-r yar r." -afrie rg A
to datity agpu seriously for a too
SO" a Ma Ma. "Plade take m y
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I to bee oM o plat ed
I Here is .otht6e that mtyAN
nlag choose keeper has qlfti withI
control but which nevoethelesm
commonly neglected.
"Many a boarder has been lost by
serving to him cold food on eAol
plates. The boarder with, or it may
be without, reason may have bees
disgruntled about other things sad
yet may stay, bu let him t a se .
session of cold dines aM some
.ay be says at last: Wl, I 1Omt
stand this any loaer; t going to U R M U
quitt,' the old platD and oold food
being the last strw that breaks the
camer'e back.
"What is needed Is grace in the
Idtchesn; Iee and thoughtlneas;,
grace to serve things In a way to
make them attractive and pleasing T
to the eye and thoughtfulness to
keep the food and the plates hot. BAT"
I have always thought and I still
think that If I kept a hotel or a
boarding house and I had nothing
but hasty pudding to give my people
to eat I would shape it In pretty
moulds before I sent It to the table,
and above all things I'd serve It hot K ILL 1%01
and give them hot plates from which W M s L
to eat It. I know you will agree with
me that so served the simplest food vim
would be far more pleasing to the
palate and the fancy. Hot. food and
hot plates would promote peace and
happiness and bring to many a
boaUtlg hbow&e prosperity."-New
York S n.
Americans on Guard.
There is no record that any such
order as "Put none but Americans OB AR -
on guard" was Issued by Wtashing.
ton. Those who quote It do not
know when It was supposed to have
been issued. But It is a fact that
on April 30, 1777, in an order issued
"at Morristowa, N. J., for reoantls-
Ing the Improperly called "Washing-
ton's bodyguard" he did say that he m l
thought that men having an lanterest amA W
In the country would be less likely i5
to prove traitors than foreigners. The M *es"tM S
order continued. "You will, there- tamed f
fore, send me none but Americans,"
Washington directed that this prefer- .N I eed
ence for Americans should not be e "
made amown, as he teared It might L 3S U
excite the maIy foreigners in the
army.-Argus. s

A young warmer from Olementos, Y nU l wtAv
N. J., was aUla ieggs at the corner
t 4th and South streets reoeoUly
when bartender walked up to him F h WCWIwft
and aed him the price of a dosen W, i a i h D
eMa. The tfneer answered, "Forty W 4 1 1
aent a dowen," and as there 'was an sf f ism
extra egg in the doen he wanted I Po "- Lff- t
cents extra, but the bartender want. ___
ed It '"thrown in with the bagain." to Sin
"Well," sald the one who sells the
M quor, "I will take the egg and treat l S S
you to a driak." i- MnnW
"All right," satd the farmer. When l hi m
they came to the tavern he yas ask.
ed what be would drink, to which he
"Well, I allua drink sherry with an,
egg In It."



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A Happy New Year
It has always been the aim of this establishment to pleas. Its
tomers and to give dollar for dollar tn values purchased from us. Thb
we will continue to 46 a lon as we rqmaln In business. ror the oqft.
lag year our stock of Mqp's and Boys' Clothing will not be ooexell
by any firm in the state of Florida.


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CLOTHING
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The Makers Stand Behind Every
Fabric.
Our Shoe Department oomprises suoh lines as the famous Hanaa,
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FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES
Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.
WRITE FOR PRICES.


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


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Want Write U
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If you wnnt a couple of rooms for
light h9usekenping or a cottage, write
us. Rates are $10 to $29 p'r mcnth.
Do it Now!

No. I5. Pineapp lands Ia Dade
S county, on railroad. 6 acre lots, $20
per aor#. If you want pineapple land
or a pinery already ina bearing, wrlta


41.' A pretty :uttlo grove with flue
location for house on river bank,
I bout five hundred boxes fruit this
season. Wharf on the property and
new packing house.


Do you want an interest In bIarlng
Sgano grove? No Letter Irwvestm ntu
ib Florida. Write for partlcalars., s
abte of proflts, ex',enscs, (e2
48-acre tract, one of the best in San
Matoo (or oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, fences not In best of
shap small house and packing house.

Five nertes in San Mateo corpora-
lion, $5r00. O(n-fourtii mile from post-
ofmice; I ,s ll for two or more lots
for wvlhite'r cottage.

Iluilling lot r In gcod location, 1(I0)
to $500; o10(x2U0 fc.'t to : acre: in
extent.


Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchlu, din.-
Ing room and large living room, about
iwo acres land recently set out In or-
luig? trees, nicely situated in center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
#r sale. Photo.
Fifty acres, part cleared, railroad
one side, river on west; one mile


*rom San Mateo postoice, on hard
road; $500.
Two thousand three hundred acres
lying between Palatka and San Ma-
tea, $10.50 per acre; railroad runs
through' property; has frontage on St.
Johns river and county has let con-
trfct to build hard surface highway
through it. Part of this land is suit-
able for fruit and truck and part as
good potato land as there Is In this
famous Hastings district, which Is
but about three miles from eastern
boundaries. Flowing well on the prop-
erty and a small orange grove. Wells
can be put down on any part of it.


We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18.000. Write us
about price you would want to pia
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.
There are oraige gi*oves here that
are l payiig from $1(0) to $1,0(0 l)pe
icre.
A Hoston genttlemnan came down in
Dlecomber for his health, bought 10
acres of land for $300, had it set out!
,o oranges and grapefruit; and before
Iii left In spring could have sold at
enoughlig profit to have paid all his ex.
penses for the winter. lie refused t.o
sell.

Wild land, large tracts, up to one"
thousand two hundred acres; five
itlls west of Palatka; $5.00 acre.
County building hard surface road
through it; lies between two rail-
way lines. /


Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It costs less
than to go farther south and then come
back.


I You Want a Houme in Plorida, Cme to San Mates
and see what We Have to Offer. You Will
flake a llstake If You Don't.




J. A. Crosby,
OS Fy


SAN MATBO. FLA.


BEACH & MILLER LINE.


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.


Steaiiurs "Crescent" and Clivedini.


SOUTH BOUND.
Wraiy Except Sunday.'

1y Iksseille. .8:Ismm
,;ow Gig" -coy* pa.10:5Sam
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Sm""n .. .8:80pM
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Laily Ebxcept Sunday.
LaSm OCseent City . .. :00aM
LdAvg S Mate- .. *:00a
L.ave Palatka . . . 9:30am
LW O Oove Sprter 1:41pm
Arlt a Jeaeovftll . . l:00pm


TOWNSMNDO At., JaclksoaVlle. R. J. AnAM# Ast., Palatk.
$MI. J. .W. tILIR. GenMa., O. Crce"nt Cty.

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A Medein Pree**efl
He-By *ye, Caft, your Me
,rn living means. You read the pa-
pers, cf coure?
She-Yes, George. And I hbar all
%bout it at home.' Nothing but high
prices.
He-That's right. Everything Is up
but Salarles-and car fare.
She-I guess that's true. Mine.
Gore won't touch a waist now for any-
thing under $4.
He-My mother and sister go to
somebody else, but I'm sure they
must be all alike. Anyway, father
does a good deal more kicking than
he used to do.
She-Yes, tnd rents are way up
for everything that's desirable.
Ht-I know. I've been around. It%
discouraging, isn't it?
She-Awfully.
lie (after a little pause)-Of course
it wouldn't be fair to you to ask you
to marry me.
she-And I'm sure It wouldn't be
fair to you If I accepted your offer.
11--By Jove, Celeste, you're an
angel for unselfishness.
She-I-I ldve you too well to be a
b-burden to you.
He-Confound the consequences!
Who cares for hbgh prices! Let's get
married anyway!
She-Y-Yes, George.-Cleveland
Plain Dealer.


Church Facilities for Smokers.
A "smokers' pavilion" attached to
a church is somewhat of a novelty in
the British dominions. A recent vis-
itor to Kalgoorlie, the famous West-
ern Australia gold field, made and
proclaimed this discovery. It seems
that in the early years of the gold
field there were many diggers dwel-
ling in tents who never burdened
themselves with Sunday clothes, and
consequently never bothered about
going to church.
Anxious to attract this class the
minister of the Congregational
Church fitted up an open air enclos-
ure in which the men could listen to
the services in free and easy fash-
ion without being embarrassed -with
the formalities of Indoor worship. A
large archway was opened up in the
side of the church facing the en-
closure, and the pulpit was so placed
that the preacher could be heard by
-,oth congregations. The idea ,was
successful, and the "smokers' pa-
vilion" (the occupants of the open
air enclosure exercised the privilege
of smoking during the sermon) 'be-
came a popular Sunday resort.-Lon.
don Chronicle.


The Queen of fh sM
Richest ahd Choicest Creations are mat
elegantly and perfectly reproduced on the
Standard Rotary,
The Weld'se Best Sewlug BN4eo
The only machine which makes abo-
lutely perfect lock and chain stitching on
the same machine.
Ladles
When ycu are in need of n a wing
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matter intelligent c naidermtion and
should buy one which will last a lifetime,
Yxe Standard Rotary.
You Owe It To Yourself
to learn how the Standard Rotary will
do more and better work, in less time,
and with more real comfort and pleasure
than any other machine made.
Remember
When you buy, you are choosing be-
tween years of tiresome work with a vi-
brnting or oscillating shuttle machine
and ycars of sewing comfort and satisfac-
tion with a Standard Rotary.
The Standard Rotary Shettle
in nabolutcly necessary to produce the
Fastest. Quietest, Easiest Running and
Most Durable sewing machine in the
world.
You are Always Weleeme
to see the wonderful "Standard" Rotary
whether you buy or not. See it TODAY.
You will be surprised stand delighted
with it-n uany adv':taitge'.


Wri-te us for catalog and price list.
TI r STANDARD SEWING MA-
CHINE CO., Cleveland, Ohio.


Wanted


Shippers of oranges and grapefruit
to get in touch With Britton 6 Cog-


Canvassing. gin, commission merchants, Norfolk,
How "canvassing" got its election Va. Reference: National Bank of
significance is one of the unsolved
puzzles of etymology. The word ap. Commerce, Seaboard Bank. We are
pears originally to have meant tos- in no way connected with any other
ing in a canvas or blanket, and firm here. Write us today.
thence generally mishandling or as-
saulting. "I'll canvass thee in thy -- ---
broad cardinal's hat," is the Duke of
Gloucester's threat to the Bishop cf
Winchester in "King Henry VI." The
next stage of meaning was that of
destructive criticism, from which to
thorough discussion-"canvassing" a
subject-was simple enough. But how'
exactly do we arrive at the election for REAL ESTATE or
sense? Dr. Johnson explained that your
the term meant "trying votes prevl.- BUSINESS, no matter
ously to the decision," and derived it where located. If you de-
from "canvas as it signifies a sieve." sire tO sell sen us de-
The Oxford Dictionary, however, be
ing unable to find this use of the s oription and price.
word, remains unhappy about the
question.-London Chronicle.- IF YOU W ANT


FPower Under ltra-Violet Light.
'I have found that, In general, most
white garden flowers are black, or
nearly so, in ultra-violet light," writes
Professor Robert Willisans Wood is
the Century. "Next summer I am go.
Ir .to raise sojf white flowers us.
der slass, whlch *will scree them
from the ultraviolet rays durln their
development, and see If this makes
amy Iffrwnace; for It ha r-eUtl
bm =ou W that the color of lowers to
lwlt to tw i ,r of ta u*Bt wbt b
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* 'PROPUSONAb.
GALNOUN kCALHOUN,


Attfneys at Law0


National Bank Building, Palatka, Fla.

JOHN L MARSHALL,


Attorney At Law,


Front Street, Palatka, Fla. Orange
groves for sale*.

DR. W. H. ROSENBERG,


DENTIST.


Officoe Over the Kennerly.

HENRY STRUNZ2

Attorney At Law,

Front Street, PALATKA, FLA,

National Bank Building.

DR. H. R. ESTES,

DENTIST.

PALATKA, FLORIDA.
Moragne Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

E. E. HASKELL,

Attorney At Law,

PALATKA, FLA.

DR. W. H. CYRUS,

Physielan and Burgeon,
PALATKA, FLA.

MERRYDAY 4 WALTON, ..
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW.


PALATKA, FLA.


Front St.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


M. I. COXE,


Attorney At Law,


OfHoe In Court House, Palatka, Fla.


SJ. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
Oe Front Street. Opposite Putaua
Reae,


PALATKA 0.* *


FLORIDA


WOOL, HIDES,
ALSO FUR, TALLOW, BEE8 WAX,


SHIP THE ABOVE TO


M. Sabel & Sons,
Establish la
15N. LOUIBVILLE, KY.
"Over half a O ntury la Loulsville."
WE ARg nM1 jUIMts IN ABOVE, not
commisllon merchants. Reference:
Any bank tP Louisvllle.
Write for Weekly price list.
Write for 4ool bags and ship us
your wool.
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MISS KATE L LUCAS,
PALATKA, FLORIDA,
MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,


NotIons', ladies', misses' and chil-
Aren's summer underwear.
Ladies' silk loves.
Laces, embroidery, collars, belts and
the latest styles in sWing hats and
bonnets.
bpererlaed trimmer and daenr
employed. PriceA right. SUti
iuarsated.
me mi la greater than his masseur
tmw I eit to apMear.


NOVELS, .LONG AND SHORT.
English Plan foer horter Storles-
Length of Smean Old Ones.
A plan to shorten novels to an
average length of. alo ot fiftv thou
snnd words and to -ell the:u to the
general publll mani.dv thrniw'h the
large department li ( for )o cents
apiece. is be inm I): forward again
both in this country anil Great
Britain.
The idea is bound to fall, as far as
the length of novels Is concerned. An
arbitrary measure of fifty thousand
words or of any other number can
not be fixed for what should be a
work of art. Novels differ as widely
as pictures In scale, and nearly all
that have lasted for many years are
long. .
"Don Quixote" has about 600,000
words; "Tomn Jotes" about 500,000
"Vanity Pair," esteemed by many the
best novel In the English language,
about 500,000, and all the other im-
portant Thackeray /novels, except
"Henry Esmond," are nearly as long.
With a few exceptions the Dickens
novels contain about 400,000 words
apiece. Neither Thackeray nor Dick-
ens was at heart a historical novel-
1st, and when they undertook work
of this kind they ran out quickly.
George Eliot needed at leaRt 300,-
000 words to tell a story; George
Sand used nearly a half million in
her mast(,erpiece, "Consuelo"; Dumas
spent a quarter of a million on "The
Three Musketeers" and threeo-quarters
of a million on its two sequels,
"Twenty Years After" and "The VI
comite de Iragelonne." "Les Miser.
ables" stretches out to q;.y*,i'i words;
Tolstoy tells the fall of "Anna Ka-
renina" in 400,000, and he puts 700,-
000 In "War and Peace." The fa.
mous Polish trilogy of Sienklewicz
exceeds a million words.
Almost the only Instance of a
short notel of the very first rank Is
"The S(arlet Letter," which is but
75,000 words. However, there are
only four or five characters in it and
the action is brief. It may be that
the novelists of the present day are
not 'able to produce great 'effects be-
cause they must write for their pass-
ing moment, and by the time they
get acquainted with their own char-
acters they are compelled to bid them
farewell.-Ne-w York World.

The importance of clean mouths in
health calls for no arguments, af-
firms the New York Press. The neces
sity for disinfection of this important
gateway to the interior in disease is
less commonly appreciated. Much at-
tention has been given to the ques-
tion in various armies and navies.
Drinking from common cups is pre-
vented wherever possible. Some of
the ships of our navy keep the drink-
ing cups on the water tanks lying in
a formalin solution, when not in use.
On others the sailors drink directly
from a spout, which throws the wa-
ter up into their mouths -no cups be-
ing used. In defi'alt of some meth-
od of mouth (lisinfection, says Dr.
.. D. (atewood in his work on "Naval
Hygiene," spl)ecifle diseases, tubercu-
losis, d lphthnria, intltluonzaI. pneumonia
measles, mumllips and. scarlet fever,
may become e, Idemic on shipboard.


"The word 'Indian' ((cov i a wide
rangej" sald Iepre.Fentatue Ferris of
Oklahoma in committee of the whole.
"It includes both millionaires and
pauplers. I have. Indians in my dis-
trict who are worth hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars, who could buy and
sell myself and the ordinary member
here over and over again. I have
others in my district who are pen-
niless, dependent, anud pitifully ignor-
ant. So it is difficult in the extreme
for the American C(ngress to apply
the word 'Indian' to all classes of
Indian citizens and deal with it In-
telligently."


No tantalum minerals are known to
have been produced In the United
States In 1908, according to P. I.
Hmasa.
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THE SOMERS-HART ORANGE CLIPPER.
Ily making a very large contract, we aie able this year to reduce the
price of the Suimers-Hlart Orange C lippr from $1.25 to 5 aeJ, I. pot-
n!'d, aud frim $12 to $,.5o per d'ze:i. The (lipe'r th!; ,ar is an im-
provement river last year, as it I' furnished with a b)olt io take up the
nut so that tho wear (f the issors (can In, taki up. 'T'heH (lip-
pers havre beeu adopted by the ('11 rui:. E'xchaxlg' all over the State,
and we are receiving orders from Calif(unia aiid I'e;rt', Itco. It is claim.
ed to be the best orange clipper on (the mnar!eti. Sei:d fcr a trial pair
at ?5c postpaid or one dozen for $s.50.
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., -- - -- Jacksonville, Florida.


WITH A CAPITAL OP


81 00,000.00
and SURPUS add PROPlF'S of

$390 00.00
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The


First National


Bank


Of St. Augustine


WONDERLAND


THEATRE


Theatre.


When I'n alatka don 't i',il to visit. the Woidorland


Tho MOVIN( PI('I'URI SHil( of quality.


Entire change of program inio each night.


Admission ioc.


Mac n lov w


Children 5c.


adby ianiy %1%Ic~itlout sbsl
t i I. ta ly opened by
1.. !.~'~ rwe ~'t e ortlirelack, and4
I utntii umtirasic ned. Cannot
v;:ed by anyt'ttock(With ful
i lz .(ia f rein', and teamse, aceS
d''jsgazeavoided. 'The macbin.
-4 OfLt ~iiground, and so
e it j i iz *rr rget .ut of order.
sauiefucticui or nto sale. I t addl
4ti.1f safety luf buy bulno.


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If You Don't Find What You

Want. Write Us-.


If you wnnt a couple of rooms for
light hn1ieke(plng or a cottage, write
n u. Rates are $10 to $2 pvr mcinth.
S Do It Now!

No. $5. Pineaw;le lands In Dade
comaty, on railroad. 6 acre lots, $20
per acre. If you want pineapple land
or a pinery already nla bearing, writa


41. A pretty :.ttle grove with floe
location for house on river bank,
S About five hundred boxes fruit this
season Wharf on the property and
new packing house.


Do you want an Interest In b'arint
S 0Mangeo grove? No better ir.vesnmeul
SA tb Florida. V.'rite for partlcalars, a
S maat of profits. rx:eisEOS, ( c
43-acre tract, one of the best in San
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, fences not In best of
shnp', small house and packing house.

Five acrns in San Mateo corpora.
tion, $5.'0. ()ne-fourth milue from post-
ofmee; li-s w\v0 for two or more lots
for w it')tr cottage.

ihuildinll.g lhoti In gcod allocation, $100
to $500; 01.x200 feet to 5 acre- In
extent.

Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
Ing room and large living room, about
vwo acres land recently set out In or-
i- ug trees, nicely situated In center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
S r sale. Photo.

Fifty acres, part cleared, railroad
one side, river on west; one mile


trom San Mateo postoice, on hard
road; $500.

Two thousand three hundred acres
lying between Palatka and San Ma-
tea, $10.50 per acre; railroad runs
througA property; has frontage on St.
Johns river and county has let con-
t rct to build hard surface highway
through it. Part of this land is suit-
able for fruit and truck and part as
good potato land as there is in this
famous Hastings district, which is
but about three miles from eastern
boundaries. Plowing well on the prop-
erty and a small orange grove. Wells
can be put down on any part of It.

We have properties running from
a few hundred to $18.000. Write us
about price you would want to pa)
for a place and we will write you
bout what we have around your fig-
U 'e.


There are orange groves here tha,
are paying from $100 to $1,00 IOO p
acre.
A lloston gentleman came down iii
December for his health, bought 10
acres of land for $500. had it uet out
!o oranges and grapefruit; and before
1i.' left in spring could have sold at
4'nough profit to have paid all his ex.
penses for the winter. lie refused to
sell.


Wild land, large tracts, up to
thousand two hundred acres;
'illes west of Palatka; $5.00
County building hard surface
through it; lies between two
way lines.


one
five
acre.
road
rail.


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Buy your ticket to San Mateo; see
what we have to offer. It costs less
than to go farther south and then come
back.


V You Want a Homoe n Plorkia, C.m to San Mates
and ee what We Have -to Offer. You Will
flake a flistake If You Don't.




J. A. Crosby,


SAN MATBO. FLA.


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

Steamers "Crescent" and Clivedonl.
IllM Im m I


SOUTH BOUND.
-. -airy Except Sunday.

I 8ve Jukmoavllle . . 8:0am
e, Ig.sv'*f eea Cov Spag.10:10am
L IItka . . . 8:00pm
Mu Mat 99 . . 8:80pm
Ies srat OCity . T:00pm


NORTH BOUND.

Dally Except Sunday.

Leme Cresoent City . . T:00m
Leave a Matee . . s. :00am
LeIve Palatka . . . 9:30am
L 0ve GrowCove Sprag 145pM
Arlv aoaeaevtitlo . . :00pm


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COO enle.MA4low pioen to so
L 110 MU94M GTAUMP Amid SIBNIL.


Ilk ~R STAMP& SEAL CO.


S A Medern Prepeef.
He-By )ove, Celste, you're ow
.rn living means. You read the pa-
pers, cf course?
She-Yes, George. And I hoar all
bout It at home. Nothing but high
prices.
lIe-That's right. Everything is up
but salaries-and car fare. m
She-I guess that's true. Mme.
Gore won't touch a waist now for any-
thing under $4.
He-My mother and sister go to
somebody else, but I'm sure they
must (be all alike. Anyway, father
does a good deal more kicking than
he used to do.
She-Yes, and rents are way up
for everything that's desirable.
Ht--I know. I've been around. It's
discouraging. Isn't it?
She-Awfully.
He (after a little pause)-Of course
Ut wouldn't he fair to you to ask you
to marry me.
She-And I'm sure It wouldn't be
fair t' you If I accepted your offer.
lI--By Jove, ('eleste, you're an
angel for unselfishness.
She-I-I love you too well to be a
b-burden to you.
lie-Confound the consequences!
Who cares for hilsh prices! Let's ge(t
married anyway!
She-Y-Yes, George.-Clevela:nd
Plain Dealer.


The Queen of Famhel-
Richest ahd Choicest Creation are most
elegnntly and perfectly reproduced on the
Standard Rotary,
The World's Best Sewtng Masmes
The only machine which make abo-
lutcly perfect lock and chain stitching mo
the .nime machine.
Ladles
When ycu are in need of n sewing
michinc, you no doubt intend to give the
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rmiLtt'r in telligent ci.mLiiuerii on and
Church Fscilities for Smokers. should buy one which will last a lifetime,
.. -., Ye Standard Rotary.
A "smokers' pavilion" attached to Standard Rotary.
a church is somewhat or a novelty in You Owe It To Yourself
Sthe British dominions. A recent vis- to learn how the Standatrd Rotary will
e Britih dominion. A reent vi do more and better work, In less time.
Itor to Kalgoorlie, the famous West- and with more real comfort and pleasure
ern Australia gold field, made and than any other machine made.
proclaimed this discovery. It seems Remember
that in the early years of the gold When you buy, you are choosing be-
tween ycenrsof tiresome work with a vi-
field there were many diggers dwel- beating or oscillating shuttle machine
ling In tents who never burdened and ytars of sewing comfort and satisfao.
, .tien with a Standard Rotary.
themselves with Sunday clothes, and ti with a Stadard tay.
consequently never bothered about The Standard Rotary Shuttle
going to church, ist abolutely necessary to produce the
going to church. lastst, uietest, Easiest Rnnning and
Anxious to attract this (lass the Most Durable sewing machine in the
minister of the Congregational world.
Church fitted up an open air enclos- You are Always Weleeme
ure in which the men could listen to to ske the wonderful "Standard" Rotary
whether you buy or not. See it TODAY.
the services in free and easy fash- You will be surprised 'end delighted
Ion without being embarrassed with with it:; umanry advantages.
the formalities of Indoor worship. A Wilto us for catalog and price list.
large archway was opened up In the ri, STANDARD SEWING MA-
side of the church facing the en- ('SIINE CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
closure, and the pulpit was so placed
that the preacher could be heard by -
roth congregations. The idea was
successful, and the "smokers' pa-
vilion" (the occupants of the open
air enclosure exercised the privilege at
of smoking during the sermon) be-
came a popular Sunday resort.-Lon. Shippers of oranges and grapefruit
don Chronicle.
to get In touch with Britton & Cog.
Canvassing. gin, commission merchants, Noifoik,
How "canvassing" got Its election Va. Reference: National Bank of
significance is one of the unsolved
puzzles of etymology. The word ap Commerce, Seaboard Bank. We are
pears originally to have meant toss- in no way connected with any other
Ing in a canvas or blanket, and firm here. Write us today.
thence generally mishandling or as-
saulting. "I'll canvass thee In thyM W
broad cardinal's hat," is the Duke of
Gloucester's threat to the Ilishop (flI
Winchester in "Kin~ Henry VI." TheI
next stage of meaning was that of
destructive criticism, from which to
thorough discussion-"canvassing" a
subject-was simple enough. But how
exactly do we arrive at the election for
sense? Dr. Johnson explained that foryour REAL ESTATE or
the tera meant "trying votes prevl. BUSINESS, no matter
ously to the decision," and derived it where located. If you de
from "canvas as It signifies a sieve."' sire to sell sendus de
The Oxford Dictionary, however, be- sire to sell sen us de-
Ing unable to find this use of the osription and price.
word, remains unhappy about the W N
question.-London Chronicle. IF YOU W ANT

Flowers Under Ultra-Violet Light.
"1I have found that, in general, most TO 'BUY
white garden flowers are black, or
nearly so, in ultra-violet light," writes Property of any kind, any-
Professor Robert Williams Wood nl where, let us know our
the Century. "Next summer I am go- et know y
ing to raise sole white flowers un- Wants We can fll yeur
etr glasm, which *will screen them requirements and ave you
from the ultra-violet rays during their time and money.
development, and see If this makes
ay f werBce; for It has recently MNhwuhn@ Inlom Aw.u
been found thM the ,olor or flowers iso nA ,
f'W W to t olorof the light whlobk b O to"is


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OALHOUN CALHOUN,
Attne y at LaW

Natiawal Bank Building Patatka, Fla.

JOHN .L MARSHALL,


Attorney At Law,


Front troet, Palatka, Fai. Orange
grevae for sale.

DR. W. H. ROSENSERS,


DENTIST.


Offlee Over the Kennedry.

HENRY STRUNZ,

Attorney At Law,

Front Street, PALATKA, FLA.

National Bank Building.

DR. H. R. EGTESG


DENTIST.


PALATKA,


- FLORIDA.


Moragne Buildings, Rooms 3 and 4.

R. E. HASKELL,


Attorney At Law,

PALATKA, FLA.


DR. W. H. CYRUS,


Physlelan and Surgeon,


PALATKA, FLA.


MERRYDAY & WALTON,
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
AT LAW,


PALATKA, FLA.


Front St.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


M. I. COXE,


Attorney At Law,


Offlie In Court House, Palatka, Fla.


J. N. BLACKWELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
Oa"e rront treet, Oppoelte Putaam


PALATKCA 0


* FLORIDA


WOO L, HIDES,
ALSO FUR, TALLOW, BEES WAX,


SHIP THE ABOVE TO


M. 8abol & Sons,
Establish lan
165. LOUISVIILB, KY.
"Over halt a Oantury Ia Louisville."
WE ARM DMAMRSI IN ABOVE, not
commiston merchants. Reference:
Any bank tp Louasville.
Write for Weekly price list.
Write for tool bags and ship uas
your wool.


MIlS KATE L LUCAS,


PALATKA, FLORIDA,
MILLINERY FANCY GOODS,
Notions', ladies', misses' and chill
Iren's summer underwear.
Ladles' silk gloves.
Laces, embroidery, collars, belts and
the latest styles In sling hats and
bonnets.
ksperleseed trimmer Mad d4 r
employed. Prices right. a

N9 a to m tW thaw his masseur
%MW wtea to wSw.


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"The word 'Indiant' covers a wide
range," said tcpre.;entxtiate Ferris of
Oklahoma In committee or the whole.
"It includes both milliomalres and
paupers. I have. Indians iU my dis-
trict who are worth hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars, who could buy and
soll myself and the ordinary member
here over and over again. I have
others in my district who are pen.
niless, dependent, and pitifully Ignor-
ant. So it is difficult in the extreme
for the American Congress to apply
the word 'Indian' to all classes of
Indian citizens and deal with it in-
telligently."


No tastalum minerals are known to
have been produced In the United
states Ina 1908, according to F. I.
Hof&p.


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I NOVELS, ILONQ AND SH6RT.
English Plah for Shorter Stories-
Length of Some Old Ones.
A plan to shorten novels to an
average length of. about fifty thou
sand words and to tell thn:i to the
general public mai.il thrl"'il'h the
large department lio.s, for 5o cents
apiece, is b< ing pu1t forward again
both in this country atn Great
Britain.
The Idea Is bound to fall, as far as
the length of novels Is concerned. An
arbitrary measure of fifty thousand
words or of any other number can
not be fixed for what should be a
work of art. Novels differ as widely
as pictures in scale, and nearly all
that have lasted for many years are
long. .
"Don Quixote" has about 600,000
words; "Tom Jotes" about 500,000
"Vanity Fair," esteemed by many the
best novel in the English language,
about 500,000, and all the other Im-
portant Thackeray ,novels, except
"Henry E.smond," are nearly as long.
With a few exceptions the Dickens
novels contain about 400,000 words
apiece. Neither Thackeray nor Dick-
ens was at heart a historical novel-
ist, and when they undertook work
of this kind they ran out quickly.
George Eliot needed at least 300,-
000 words to tell a story; George
Sand used nearly a half million in I
her masterpiece. "Constelo"; P) umas
spent a quarter of a million on "The
Three Musketeers" and thref-quarters
of a million on its two sequels,
"Twenty Years After" and "The VI
comte de BIragelonne." "Les Miser-
ables" stretches out to 5.0,',oti words;
Tolstoy tells the fall of "Anna Ka.
renina" in 400,000, and he puts 700,-
000 in "War and Peace." The fa.
mous Polish trilogy of Slenklewicz
exceeds a million words.
Almost the only instance of a
short noel of the very first rank Is
"The Scarlet letter," which is but
75,000 words. However, there are
only four or five characters In it and
the action is brief. It may be that
the novelists of the present day are
notable to produce great 'effects be-
cause they must write for the pass-
ing moment, and by the time they
get acquainted with their own char-
acters they are compelled to bid them
farewell.-New York World.

The importance of clean mouths in
health calls for no arguments, af-
firms the New York Press. The neces
sity for disinfection of this important
gateway to the interior in disease is
less commonly appreciated. Much at-
tention has been given to the ques- i
tion in various armies and navies.
Drinking from common cups is pre-
vented wherever possible. Some of
the ships of our navy keep the drink-
ing cups on the water tanks lying in
a formalin solution, when not ino use.
On others the sailors drink directly
from a spout, which throws the wa-
ter up Into their mouths--no cups be-
ing used. In default of some meth-
od of mouth disinfection, sa5y Dr.
J. D. Gatewood In his work on "Naval
Hygiene," specific diseases, tubercu-
losis, diphthe ria, intfluen.za. pleumonia I
measles, mnumpi and. at'arlet fever,
may become e'bIdelic ont shipboard.


WITH A CAPITAL OP


$ 1 OO,OOO.0
and SURPUS add PROPFIlS of

$390,000.00
T'^ S- ~~fA i**t 'i-


The


First National


Bank


Of St. Augustine


WONDERLAND


THEATRE
W then in ulalatit don't lail to visit t li, Wonderland


T heatre.


'Jho lilOVING PICA''IJRE SHIOWV of quality.


Entire change of programme coach night.


Children 5c.


Admission ioc.


Mac n Iov,3


w W"Pw.4ia


~Ori'r~tg C te %" V G (4TS 4OA
-A.%IId~io-i,,, (,~ r posts. Ope*.
#-(I bN mv %, :)Ilv u'~itbout asellb
w-cs. --tq~j~ilI ; ..iiy opened by
i. t. !~ rwt4r i vL~orm-ebark, and
.- trtt;vimd i nastu~ned, Caunift

'l',,v Pi~e avoided. The machiD.
1...,14 fill I'v groutsd, and so
Sjj.it iie.rr w-il out of order.
autIsfuctlon or ito sale. I t adds
~ ~ i.. -"IAddSafely Cof saky boano.


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THE SOMERS-HART ORANGE CLIPPER.
Bly making a very large contract, we are able this year to i reduce the
price of the S;mers-Hlart Orange ClippEr from $1.25 to S5c each. post-
pa'd, and fr:m $12 to $8.5o per detzon. 'I'l'he Clipper tthIh \,ar1- Is an lm-
provnement over last year. as It 1-: uniI.leil with :i holt to take up the
nut s9 that tho wear (4f the sesr tan b. take:c up.. The ec clip.
p)ers have been adopted by the Cit ru:s lExchaigt',:; all over tho State,
and we are redleving orders from '.alifrnila naxd P'Itt lei-o. it is claim-
ed to be the best orange clipper ontt the nlar!'t Send fcr a trial pair
at S5c postpaid, or one dozen for $s.50.
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., --- -- Jacktonville, Florida.










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OFFICES TO an ILLD. "

With the dates of the comnlag prl
mary set for May 10th lad June 7th,
there is considerable lnteat Just
now as to what comaty sat isa
Aces are to be Aled, and the Mat be
low is published for the benefit of
those interested:
One United States Senator.
Two Supreme Judges.
One Circuit Judge.
Two Railroad Commissioners.
One State's Attoahey.
County Tea Colleohr.
County Tax Asseer.
County Treasurer.
One member of the State Lqg/ila
ture.
Three members of the (
Board of Education.
Jive members of th ear D
County Commissioners.
Registration Oflcer.
One member of the tate Demonrat.
Ic Committee.
One Committeeman from eah **
clact in the county a member of
the County Democratic Cemmittee. U

Woree Than Bullets.
Bullets have often caused less a'
tering to soldiers than the eosema.
L. W. Harriman, Burlington, Mo., got
in the army, and suffered with, forty
years. "But Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured me when all else failed." he
writes. Greatest healer for sorew u
cow, boils, buns, cuts, wounds, brulse
e and piUes. 6c at S. W. Rowlep'.


VNhk w lra e anumbtr of ve T
fr&m t le sectim of t.heGtu
SPn Ans lap tm-C V. Thpevat o
( t? hi the meet w reelected adior en
el of Unted Co erat veteran
Iha, whae number of ve
om th e mee ofht ra
AIe -oy uring tho vetet


u. t"O HMa a porllap
U SR 'ta a wMadw of voter
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&A-. i *r.w iraw
To _emea b t s e -
led a fe that If e hare the
*oeM m to o be able Ma w ela
mate of iNra& Is 6 thmO t
The twome I on pes i aN
peWptseew B ifr talsi t ehad
the sam Mei s o e *a Was m
to FlorIMa St the o as or two
Nup M& w* eriw fr she ummoW
moathcs. Therm aft. a whfle, they
bea stag lator af later the
season teae y remaled
for the etr u- mr. these peo.
ple how the ematt e o of ians tn he
summer times eemparep with the cUt-
mate In the vast majority of the coun.
try.
A $Of tm tal~oa will convince
anyone that Ple I aot oly a
Idl Wter eeot but that the sumn
ar maths oa re far more
IilI, me a rule tha in many
northern seotlmas of the county. Pe
aSmma Flrida juta dow between
ie AMantic oea iad 'the Gulf of
Meame, eaamtly revlug the salt
breooes from oe or -the other o:
these sreat boi s wVter.
Thb climatic 6 a of orlds
diffr from those of my id ll other,
states a th untle ,kleat.o above
afl level, degree f( Itiutole ti,
aours"s of 4the dis
trib de eo h-or e
a tho ptoettles. Nc
spot ina lenvtla mort
th W e A" b "a level,
amt coNaeay th climate wMust
imtake of that n. i osladt in mid-
Th e tatoe truair be Spokena of a I
"the ae rle a on an the earth.'
Them s so i other reMe at wit
which a y be Duri I
the nMOmFRm s BBC IrP almoef
thbe eAte sM ol erle but la.
vig t .m te air,. oftar *own b)
f t M tob e oty to alwa
haBlMe- with th" eam of the pine.
Sam toe operate Ia the aortf
waM be oas Mered by many unU
bearable, debmlMtatian ma eve th.
hady side of the trt uncomfor
tably warm; but In Poria, whoa one
seeks the hade the breses are so
refreshing that he seldom knows wh.
hot weather is.
S/ved from the Gravs.
"I "h a a St siwea ua bam anr
nearly four years of asuerit from a
severe lug trouble r.1#5 Ms. mL
IL Dtx of Clarhtib Tvea "Ottoe
the paba Ia my chet weMd he 9eost
seam Mde SM I eeM u t s aa
work, but Dr. Klan' New Dicoveryr
has made m Seal lo a new persona.
It', the bet meodlse made tor the
Throat a huw.-" Obtate coughI,
stuabbor oM, hay twfevor lgrippe,
amias. moa~ bmaaitls ad *.-*
eshagesI hositoesse Sat whooapng
eoaug a yM ualehly to this wedIrful
madlaoe. Try It. 0i atd 91.00.
Trial bottles ree. GuaraatWed by 8.
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**The Putami oonty beos trumte
a* one about ,th mo o
athe "m ved ,r .
mermiaa w, tht
1os be"ess .sow&

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**0oon that embodiment of the curt
seoy of the people of the Unites
Stats, the e onmerator, will be
es bis renad. May will igaorantb
be diasaesed to meet his searching
questions with "Nose of your busi
eNs," or words to that effect. But
that they will do so at their peril th,
fowa taMlogrmatUon from the book
let pubUleed by th e aesu director.
will show: "If amy adult person re
6M or wtlfuly aneletWs to anewe.
o &-_-lr'I -quesoUs, or. If a
wilfullye avei anawers that art
MlWa he or she as be arrested, car
Aid to court, and Ied up to slOt
epers of hotels, apartment houses
ard- -gor ledlgig house, tent
mats or other bualInS, I whbiet
paes make their homes, mut hell
the enum tr whoa aed, or their
will be able to arrest and pumlbhec
by a fte up to 1600.'

Ohildren Cry

CASTORIA
A free hospital, tfurnshed complete
ho pubc ubcrptlons and tt
be knows as the Pe sacola bospits
Nw the peer, has beea opened ir
Plmasla, with a complete corps o'
iebes who arn to aswer ihem
through as ageenmat reached wit,
the man east7 The hpital is to
Ware tr Go patista who do not be
O wards of tth city, aud also tfo
the Wae of psoam who meaaot aord
M for treaesit t a habespital o01
l ae r n Ma ale Ies of pwomwa
-aa a MaatiWt in the work am
msh of the oaeems iU Mr au ed
blseo thofr teoo.
**a suthemss narida. s smpmny
wMh Dr. iadrma of t state

f es om alc be al leearO k

sar three h Udred SM sAM ad"aal
hUdrm 49 whbm he put dows 6A..
per a"tW- *ht worm mWe&peeI

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W-e as -em -ir B
Aiis ws to MOet, lA way o
Pe,& iMa, ismeo M portat to *It0
r of thS cltLes tha a ra road,
J. i. Drummead, 3me of1 t. An*
drew sad a prealeat beaer of tha'
Clty, coumm de the emiur of the
chamber of emmem r
1irial rgn--i- lsi- further
Udr work by ar mg istorAt In the
whisk hs wbeen aut2erimid b COD
'M" Mr. Dru1 mod0 who hm bem
sw-tlu g tdbvs thatte aP"
mts hro edM toin wmbe Pm
te project has bes impresqe apes
IMte Worit delegates ad theI o
9se of eutttag a MaM trom PWeas
fet to Mobio by way of Perddo bay
IW be very light, there belao only
Mot fre miles of dredging to be

Mate of OMo, City of Toledo,
Luas County, a.:
Pn'al J. Che ey makes oath that
be Is nIer pafteer of the rfi of
f. J. CheMey & Co., doing bliness
is the ety of Tledo, County and
Stle aforesaid. and that sa id rm
vw llp the mu of ONE HUNDRED
OOLLARB tor eaeh sad ever case
of COa trr that cannot be cured by
the. use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
IRANK J. CHENEY.
8wonm to before me and subscrib-
ed .l my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D. 1888.
A. W. GLMASON,
(Seal.) Notary Public.
HaWsI Catarrh Cure is taken later.
Nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Sead for tesimoelels free.
P. J. CHWNY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Setl by all Druggists, 76c.
Tabe Hall's family Pilli for cea-
tipatlon. tf
I


**If the. eatug of porpoise flesh,
which Is declared to be equal to be.
becomes common, enough so to de-
plet t numbers of those SO m
what, the result would be a marked
Wnerease i tme uppyy of dee *d40 is
Florida waters. The soueai 61 isa
a porpw*ote an eonume s said to
be something enormous, and the por-
pot i is ereia Ia- nuhMers.
**The business men of Jenna s have
paid ftor and had dlisttbate among
the farmers around these a lrt5
Quautity ef go o r4 Msed es spo d
for the United States goVrtWO ent
demonstration work.
*$Ckcqt whoa the noa ors swep
down upon Florida ver AS .athera
border, FlWor9d. ea s "he euaIe"
tperWatgge of ai Ana. The rea
6t width of the a aay
point is but about- hi ret aad
rty alles, so that so place o It Is
more -tha "et ar Um s Orem tbr
ashoreo. The greater wiMh t
West MnGds, r em thSe O4 6
northern boundary of the stat tis
about et br mMeas, ao at about
fIrts hs s why oof
Ulrsi Is der thas a "on
or low. a toa broom an bm?
loe. A sea broesme meas i

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0*0aeduae o e w ba of a'.
Jag a sev Mes doar ~ tobacco,
eimpasp.
**What was thought la 'worthless
Nior' aront Oratde o now prerlas
rih aid pdtea M.
**Thoe lashlag of the his dread.




e* t Is about to rhembt for
the b *h*Wis r t eated
feeted frha b 3 otea"fr o i a 2di
to be a n:a po r t. e the gr
to be one hundred by o hundro
aSM Ave feet a isdia-00 a to
cost $00,000. It Is expected to be
erady for occupaai by Janury 1,
1111.
**Owt" to the fact that eaters anud
congresum lamed k the dovei-
opment of the (lpola, Fnt, (.,hatt.
hoochee and salmalNolas ri*ft can-
not attend the proposed mneetb ot
the Chipola-FlintrCttabooeme-Ape-
alachicola Waterway assnelation
which was to have been held aIn Al-
bany, OG., during April, it has been
decided to postpone the meeting until
a later date.
**A number of soldiers of the Elght-
leth company, Coast ArtUtry corpa
at Key West, have volunteered to
submit to being inoculated with anti.
typhoid serum. As typhoid fever i
a disease which makes at tiaread on
armies in camp, it weuld add greatly
to the efficency of the mili taryar,
of the government in future -wars it
the serum were proved to be really
effective.
**ln California the experiment his
been tried of ruania oranges
through a bath of idematrd Alcohdt
a a means of sepaRating the light
from the heavy fruit with mee dotr
ity. The practleo has proved to be not
only more unerring than the separa-
tion by human eyes Sa hands,. but
the fruit so treated Is much Improved
in appearance and resiats doeay 'oag-
or, It I said.
**Governor Gilchret has appointed
General E. M. Law of Bartow as rep
resentative from the state of Piorida
to confer with the Battle of Uottys
burst commission relative to the cele@
bration of the iftieth annlersary of
the Battle of Getysbur to be hold
July 1, 2 and 3, 91. General Law is
the ranking oiwer o tho ooMeder-
ate side, now living, who was engaged
in that battle.


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MR. gm t smH T ,th
te at U tt s trel ta tUtree l
ighed over and over, "Oh, dear met
Now were I a bird and could I fly
I'd have some nuta-but food is


Just then came a wind. anid risky I
found
?'He lovely nuts lay thick on the
grosud.
"bear me!" he chattered, "Now Isn't
this good?
There has been a decided fall in
food!"

r'Ti ever so. When things bang
high,
It they're meant for us a windll come
by
Ald will scatter our blesings within
our read--
If I write a line more I'll begin to
preach.

0 here's to young Frisky, the nuts
and us 01,
IMA y we be on the watch for our'
*blessings' 'all.-Washington Star.

CA 3AB1ANCA.


Ilamma wan going out calling.
Theo had wat-hed her while she
puffed her pretty hair and pinned on
her' best collar and got out her
white gloves. It music be very in-
teresting, making vtalls; much nicer
than being left at home with Peggy,
mwho was Ironing anO almost sure to
be cross. A little cease had been
folding itself in and out between
Theo's eyes ever since be knew mam-
ma was going, till a sudden thought
smoothed it out in a flash.
"Mamma, couldn't 'I go calling,
too?" he asked. "I'm 'most sure I'd
bother Peggy if I stay at home and-
an"- -
"Where would you like to go?" In-
quired mamma.
Theo considered. Don wasn't at
home, Marjorie had company, and
Marie was taking her nap. Anyway,
thobe wouldn't be calls!-tfhey'd be
Just every-day play visits. Call'
were for grown-ups. "I'd like to call
on old Mrs. Philipps," he said slowly.
'"She's about the grown-upse% Idy
V'm acquainted *with."
GMamma smiled, but she only said,
"Why, yes, I should think you 4ight
go there if you -can be very fblite.
Callers are, you know, and always
try not to make their hostess any
trouble, .or stay too long."
Theo thought it over. Yes, he'd
try it, especially If he could have on
his best suit and the kid gloves Aunt
'Emille had sent for his birthday.
Mamma helped him get ready, even
waiting till she had pushed every
chubby finger into those gloves and
buttoned the fat wrists out of sight.
Mrs. Philippe came to the door her-
self when Theo rang the bell. Sfte
was a tall, stately old lady with
whtte hair and a manner that never
had made Theo feel quite at home
with her. It was because he never
would have dreamed of making her a
"play visit" that he thought of com-
ing to call.
"What do you want, little boy?"
asked Mrs. Philipps.
."I've come to call on you." ex.
plained the visitor. "Msmme's gone
calling and I-I have, too." Theo
was a little uncomfortable. He
hadn't expected to have to account
for his coming.
"Well, did you ever? Come In and
have a seat. But I'll have to get you
to excuse me while I take a short
nap. I've been so drowsy all after.
noon I can't keep awake any longer.
I'll only be a very few minutes."
Theo said, "Certainly," because he
thought that wap the polite thing to
say, but he really didn't believe Mrs.
Philipps heard him. She had drop.
pad into her big chair, untied her
cep-strings, and closed her eyes. Just
then tht clock struck three. When
It sterk four, Theo telt for his
au hakerbhief, ead wiped a wet
0ot hb sleoeve a ano their ow his


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tents erected along the street, but
the main attraction was the merry-go- Paper
round, on which one could ride a 'The old
great number of times for one-third
0f a cent. The organ played only States has
two tunes, and we soon grew heavily the slon aver
trred of them, but the Dutch peas- the at liver
ahts seemed to like them better the innoct, at uoust
oftener they were repeated.. Innocuous
In some of the booths one could for this sec
buy the most brilliant pink, yellow government
or green candy sticks for what would of paying
be less than nothing here in Amer- ore nts orefel
ica; in others, the most awful cakes, ore prefe much
while in still others one could even so much o1
have his fortune told or take a tlons of tl
chance on anything one could pos- mand at t
sibly think of costing from a tenth Tu
of a cent to a dollar in American Th, ,
The educ


Currency Preferred.
dollar in the I'rited
pra<,lcally gone out of Mr-
id now it is rumored that
dollar is likely to follow
to some extent, into its
desuetude. The reason
eums to be simply that the
t has ceased its practice
the expressage on ship-
lver dollars. Banks, theit.
r the currency, which is
Fighter, and in many sec-
he country in greater de-
ieir windows.


urkish Medicines.
o nt t nfr I Ot *,l *.


money. They were all positively maclsts in Turkey is not o1 drLugs,
filthy, both the things to be sold and chemicals, etc. It is on arithetl,
the persons who told them. but I do chemicals, etc. it is on arithmetic,
the persons who sold them, but 1 do the Turkish and French languages
not think I have ever seen such ab- the Turklh snat Fren.h language
and general smattering. Still, moet
solutee content as I did on the faces rks go to the native drgoods or
of those dirty, ragged, little Dutch Turk go to ry od or
Of s d.i y.. r a g. e it. -. grocery store for their favorite rem-
mansant Arfris A A U im m *1-.w i*


p emsam r *is anuu oys as tney wentU
along, eyes and mouths wide open,
staring at the wonderful sights-to
them-while tightly grasping a bright
pink candy stick in one hand and a
greasy doughnut In the other. Every-
*where were laughter, singing and
joy.-Helen E. Mount, in the New
York Tribune.


edies-oil, tallow, candle ph
lindseed, ,poultices and st'.f foi
mile teas, etc.


aiste(rs,
rcain-


Man's Aim.
If there is a God and a future life
there sl truth, there is virtue, and
the highest happiness of man consist
in striving to attain them. Man muak
live. man must love. man must be-


)-eve.---ount -Tolstoi:
LET THE FAIRIES HELP. lieve-Count Tolstoi.
A fairy grotto, with a wishing well Treeless Natal.
and moh mirror and a fairy god- The country is practically treeless,
mother presidla over It is sure to so far as there is any commercial
make a children's party a success. Isfaathe re inyeal
The grotto may be more or loss re-, value in the timber growing in Natal.
Alistic, as cnrremtances permit Real' The wattle tree is the only tree bar-
water and real rooks add to the pleas- lies n itsal value, and Its valuerk
ure and real plants and vines ought lies In its bark.
to be used for the decorations. If
there is real water in the well, the When remorse does hit a self-made
gifts whieh the children fish up man it bits him hard.-'New York
shoaid be a kind that water will. Times.


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a i lt re. Only the wtrest obld
SlM et be rtal. it II only a piee of
ordinary glas sunk borisentalr ina a
ug-s. s k.o-Mt frame of rooks and smilax. A series
aboek, but he didn't make a sound. of pictures selected to Indicate the
He remembered what mamma had future Of each one of the little folks
said, and he was trying to obey- is in readiness, and as each child
only about staying long, and that he peers Into the mirror the picture is
felt he couldn't control. changed. Thus a boy who loves the
It was almost half-past four when sea will behold a gallant battleship
Mrs. Philippe woke up. Her caller riding on the waves, the little girl
still sat where she had put him, his who is fond of books will see a lear.
eyes were heavy, and the corners of ed person in cap and gown, and the
his mouth were drooping down in- child who longs to be a great singer
stead of curving up as they usually will see some famous prima donna.-
did; but his shoulders were straight New York Tribune.
and his kid gloves "were folded MARJORIE'S HUNDRED.
patiently together, with the chubby Marjorie. MARJORIE' HUNDRED.
fingers still inside them. Marjore, aged nine, had not been
Mrs. Phillppe stared for an In- having very satisfactory reports from
stant, hen suddenly remembered. school. Her father finally said, "Mar
Then she looked at the clodk, rubbed jotie, for the first hundred you get
her eyes, and looked again. After I'll give you a dollar."
that she did the most surprising Time went on, and the reward
thing,-ust gathered her caller up could not be claimed. One day the
in her lah ad kissed him. child was taken violently ill. Her
"You dear little gentleman. You're mother sent for the doctor. When
a boy in a thousand-a real Cas4 he had gone,. Marjorle said, "Mamma,
bianca. Please, please forgive me." am I very il?"
Theo didn't know why she called "No, dear, your temperature is a
him such a queer, long name; but little over a hundred; but the doctor
he understood what followed very thinks you will be all right in a
well indeed, for Mrs. Phllipps could day or so."
make the most beautiful cookies In Smiles broke through Marjorle's
the .bortest time. And she assured tears.
him that it was time for the call to "Now, mamma, I can have my dol-
end and the "play visit" to 'begin, lar. Papa said he would give it to me
and it didn't matter how long that if I could get a hundred in anything."
lasted. -Pittsburgh Christian Advocate.
It was tea-time -when he felt, with
a rosy apple in each jacket pocket, FRITZ AND DINKEY.
a bag of cookies in one hand, and a A few weeks ago a little daschind
slice of' cake in the other. was given to me. He is awfully cut*
"Come again soon, Casablanca," and loves to play with me. I also
Mrs. Philipps called after him. have a cat that has six toes on his twd
"I will, thank you," he smiled back; front paws. He uses the just ItKe
and he kept his word, for they were hands. The dog's name is Fritz, and
the best of friends after that. Mam- the cat's name is Dinke.'. Fritz is
ma told him the story of Casablanca. a rabbit dog, and he think Dinkey is
Ask your mother to tell it to you. a rabbit, so he chases him. Dinkey
-Elizabeth Price, in the Sunday doesn't like this a bit, so he runs
School Times. away.
-- I he other day I was in s. hool and
A DUTCH KERMESS. my mother wanted Fritz to go out
While in Holland two years ago with her, but he wouldn't go. because,
While in Holland two years ago think, he thought I might come
we visited a county fair, or kermess. I think fe thouht I migtc, nme
It was in a little village, and I do bome from school any minteie, and
not believe I have ever seen anything then he would not see me. e is a
much funnier-or dirtier, for that very clever dog. and wh.n people
matter. pass by the house they la'igh at him,
They had quite a number of filthy because he Is so long and has such


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lie- Di)! he remembi-r us?
She-Yes, indeed. lie has left all
his money to an asluim for hopeless
idiots.-Kanias ('ity Journal..


NOT FAST ('OIl)RS.
"Aunty, don't you want some of my
candy ?"
"Thank you, dear. Sngared almonds
are favorites of min "The pink or the white ones?"
"The white ones, please!"
There was silence until the last
piece had disappeared.
;rTh(y were all pink at first,
Aunty."--Success Magazine.

U NCOMPI. M ENTA RY.
Ella-lie has his office in his hat.
Stella-It must he unfurnished.-
New York Press.


HOUSE PARTY TIME.
"Do you believe In fate?" he
ed, as he snuggled closer.
"Woll," answered the girl, "I
lieve that what's goinx to happen
happen."--Cornell Widow.


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HI1S STATUS.
"Well, my little man." Inquired a
visitor pleasantly, "who are you?"
"I'm the baby's brother!" was the
Ingenuous reply.-Truth Seeker.


810118.
"What was the bridge of sighs?"
asked the woman who was looking
at the picture book.
"I suppose," replied Mrs. Flimgilt,
"that it- is one of those games in
which you are obliged to make It
spades every time."-Washlitgto
star.


WHEN NEWS IS SCARCR.
You cannot stump the busy scribe
Who runs the press.
He comes of a resourceful tribe,
We must confess.

When themes are scarce to write
about
He does not yelp,
Nor does he raise a plaintive shout
Imploring help.

He promptly Into action floats,
Gets busy then,
And tierg.some -well known anecdotes
To unknown men.

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Winnie-"I wouldn't marry you It
you were the last man on earth."
Jack-"I know you wouldn't. I
would have my choice then."

TO THE HOPELESS ONES.
She (after elopement)-I received
a letter from papa today. lie writes
that he had just flnishld making his
will.


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,I4 ado seti, had s not made by ar mesml

ht *b de ne d Imn as iit ou a ght to aive deIt l
-----h athe ho n pp ess and true P.p 6 te 0
r m t I h are oi me peIth ae vous measure, as ln MIir o mit
haIis ofIthae*oneruponaraIlturdningd out of the missionaries, M
itty yaprs eag enaxtieponp andhad given sucmighy s a dfis
S IhaUrwhat oonattythat soon will be labo itovh civilsg and o al the
wlas b0it 0s. ItoIs appnalfls' earl Tahitie nMIoti i f m bu ?
it 4Basot be denied., is Thes -a fIt ghto u r
.Mlat0e people who ant vanishila
lrm the e at of the earth, are In- or iMsemes It ti l fe teig a
tiA; tI of the Ma rqus Islandi. tiv os intheira olet thime riual
nPfty years ago the native populs- and opium, ia iOmefl, mIaft IdI
D.. when Franoe annexed those is- ntel are podeiagbitutrs a fobero
Dn h and0oit uh, v, cou din -are th ey nte
an efe leand these no great nm- te u e ate sd h
her, there are left. some 4,000 sur- Be to cosn f ,thet tO IN ,ia
Tero s, many of them feeblet, apathe, isugar-cane and the vadifl pltantte
tie Sad sickly. The birth le s ft' t asy andthAe native to Wate Ird
they; the death rate Is appalling nr trte of ld whM e, ad
IfVery year the poor, miserab i rem- energetio cultivated, night bo yield
aits a sinknge lower and lower into g prodigios returns are becolt
nlathy and despair ye. ar by yaur teSan d wore -er
Drink and opium have so muddled grown with weeds and returning to
S enteeobled thefr will power that the primitive J suno etate, en the
they have scarcely. strenste and en- audpces ofA the sava, the lantans,
o fy sultuetent for the simplest and the mlcm or sensitive plat, athe
most tIdispensable labors requisite swordbat I, the et erass,u the M at.
to Ipport bare life, much e for grass and the native and Imported
the st stayed labors of grappling nettle.
with ttre boldly, anthe d forcing the The aimotongan are the most ad
jul h under cultivation. Kindly, vaced of AN the South6 see I laade
wdl-analng ofilcials siay, "Let the in uropean Indlstrirls ivilfsmeo.
pob people die to peace." Whole They have become o*clent artisaih
tracts of land, once the site of well and myeaPl; they bng s ounst atf
olUtivater plantations, now Me Idle. ter the colonel types, also wagon*
dsadder still than this: and boats; they-work extensive plan.
Over sun-soorched, d brought. tatlons and cotton gis. They cult.
sy ea Nukt-HIra inthe north, vate lately oranges and lbmen. Of
where, the ipaMn trle are perishing t former they export millions from
witld bioht fed the vallys are filled the limes they exprut the auedsad
by do wnb owarly of stinging i and. ship it ia small barrMs, some 2lt000
sy lidlabynalmht withmillions ofmoat. ll on yearly being set from the
qu90oui; *ll over fertile Hays-On In the IslIad. They also export otton,o
6p9th, with its klndlier ellmae, or Te I ad qutenttle Ofe IanurSe,
wborve the moribund Marquoen race gree a ripe (also In a dted fote
ellaeI oonto life most famly, up hill In whBich 4e fruit tastresl iTfle atoe)
rad down dale you may ride, and Arrowtaoot s also oal OMand,ae afo
ms the grim, massive Paoe a or mueh, orpi, or drice cotoeant kaea o
solid platforms, built of huJm basalt nel.
bIfIt, madere I the si eat o former The Rarotongns thrive sad are
bttlnh e townships, sad monuments happy became fre and utnoppressed,
of Ia vlshed populaklon. and S i at liberty to enjoy the
The people are drcd, thatch ad trita of thetr labors. The Barote .
root and root-tre have mlWonl u, the gatte arw e Idstrious plantero and
orMts of the dead ity alone are left, workCrs, mi hty ocrIoketers,.n Ierou
There and there a weather-wo ntr the butor to their native febhr
and batted T or rdely carved espp, sober aind Contnted Maorsat
stone imease, markln like a g trim soN of the British iepiste.
wir lton, the march of Time the li ro they a happen, tsurlek a
D rOyer. It was a propfttle ain- oo*mAli imader thbe od bore 2m
tinct that inspired the mournIl plhe mo w of those los, ystl ei, our
of OhAst of Ar ra, the Tit/lan In te Christiadnn fotattlo, l seye -lo at


Our folk Ihall vanish from the allne on ade thedlIIestoe, or, at
le d." lethe tme Seebly raaeth sedfolrm
nh Pola ia, of which te sovernest of the Trioolor and the
iqpIean Islas are a part, IS&I.s lP'etar-deLs.
VMed, like tesar's fal, lato three
.. b-lvlt, the Paimotus an the ,Pty Word for Salok readd"
All of these islands are 'Blatk bred"-at is, o bread-
e o the decline.
n Paeumotu, or Low Archipelago, 5 not a funet at ion, sy the Ma
S *se p many years tites was a t Just good a food U whlt
aoone pagemarkg, o the a g the ftaph for ot
m miakes ts, the ar hite sn's *d of Ti eoga sn a ecin viliatd coa.*
o o h0 of, hrad te TItla oppg tries. There Is alaI asoI I eredee
a cada t oheulotllatey betwass the two brands,
The te althoauh fagn wheat contails sightly
laoe da.e a te e e-h. Slack bread w


her whmu to be gravely **
ma.. th4a w bred It b a ihtlUy
greater Irrl-ta i e~ct upon the ite s
ifty ufl4~away t.ll Camlw, whih is 1l15 sa advia.
Zt ata of aI nd ad e 0 der ort4ary Cadltinss. The
he e reat aw hole rt bred or pMpe oickel, is
it the ptin ile form.--4w Tork



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B. A~ot H tavis"
Iu S= ADLR Is quoted as having rtrtbowd t "W tibd ae ft
Sdire to th re o-t o of the eq el4 0 wobt T e. $We
m ot is only hal correct. The truth li that divoute is peoWly
Sinreased by the recognition on the pgt of wea of their eqna&
ity with man and the lack of this recogantion y mes
[Portonatoly for the progress of the irde, wee inw e
lecre"nasg numbers are discarding the old notion that their mar
riae cereony made two people one, and that! oN i*uan thi Al.o
"TrneulsIt Indivldualm," w1leh Dr. Adler deplorSs, a ft at
all, is Just as bad for men as for women, and the "soole* M e "abo
which he Is so gred4y concerned, Is as much the atair of maw i e t'w. .m
Dr. Adler's position is both Illogical and unjust. Why does iA teach
thit It is always wbone who should be subolrdiate to omen 5 8s1e W. to
society? How ca an ethieal leader enwrtitan stt *a atqMu imd .He
see0s to be utterly lacking ta that clear, broad. vilon which show eSOtial
order where subordlinaton and saecrlce do dtet etIL
Divoce may be as evil, butoit can't half so bad as the evil for 151h It
is a remedy. If Dr. Adler would only try to eMtlHte one of otthe efMtio
which cause divorce, the stupid arrogance of many of his felowmIea, he would
become a much greater benefactor. of society than he now iI.
"The remedy for democracy !% arere democracy." Lot us have general recog-
nition of the equality of men and women, political eqtiality, and It 41 probable
that many of the evils which tend to produce divorce will disappear, and, cor*-
respondingly, divorce will tend to disappear.


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Culture a Necessity.
ttorney-General G. W. Wickersharn.
tIL EDUCATED men concede the full value of the technical edu-
cation, but the defects in a merely technical education also are
easily perceived. The requirements of a civlliation that Is not
purely materialistic have not dispensed with art and literature,
"nor ignored the tremendous importance of thi Imagination-
the value of I oetry and song In Ipipiring that impulse which
achieves the Ereateet practical results; nor can It tltwipise the
Importance of the study of the past history of man, for contrast and example,
for warning and for emulation. In an age of great techblcal and Industrial
development the tendency is toward pure materialism-the exalting of prac*
tical accomplishment In tne production of wealth over the less.tangible result
of the stu4y of history, literature and art; and so there Is on the part off
many men who have attained success in business life or In the Iractical sci-
ences a disposition to extol such accomplishments beyond all others and to
under-value or not at all to realize the value of mental cultua In any other
than purely technical lines.
It Is to be noted, 'however, that the greatest discoveries In science fol-
lowed that great intellectual awakening which is known as the RenaIsance.
Almost without exception, the griat men whose names have been written
large In the history of science %ere mtn of broad culture, often almost at
proficlebt n literature and art as in science. The man who goes out Into
the world without the knowledge of the humanities Is, therefore, lacki. In
a mental equipment which leaves him subject to a serious handicap. Oen-
eneral cultivation today sla so widespread that the man who enters upon his
life work with a mere technical training, when he comes 4n competition wfth
men of broad culture, Is at a decided disadvantage. A combination of the
Ideals of purely technical study with broad university culture offers to stu-
dents the orportuulty of becoming not merely engineers, but educated gentle-
men.




The Secret of
eMa iteJ IAppiness.

Winifred Black.
AT In a tox at the theatre with four women the other blght.
One of the women was a beauty; one as a sleek little
thing, with shlniuu hair and a skin like satin, so welt groomed
was she, one was the most charmIng1lydr'aesd woman I've
see 'n years. and one was jut a clean-faced, Iblght-eyed, good-.
humenied, middle-aged woman, who laughed a good deaJL
At the end of the play one man came after the four women
to take them to supper, and then home.
The one man was the husband of the good-humored woman who laughed
a good deal
I knew whose husband he was the Instant he appeared at the deer of the
box. He looked right over the head of .the beauty, and past the wel-groomed
woman, and around the womat, with the beautiful clothes, at the oIm persec
on earth who really means something real to hbi, and her gooahu re ftoe
suddenly grew abMiately teautitul with the look of radiant love that shone
itn hebr very ordinary eyesa.
The beauty saw the look, and laughed Ill-humoredly. "Sti keeping it
up,.are you?" she said to the ma "After seven years, too.t'
.The belautlfully-dressed Woman frowned as at some breach of Sood man-
ners. "What a tbore a insebend like that must be," she said.
The wellgreemed woman sighed-and the plaIn woman with the happy
eyes smiled up at her hua4and aa W didn't say one word. .
I found out afterward that the beauty's husband Is in love with bis part.
ner's tte.
As* the ws5 with the ski of sati u Im ds he life following her hbus.
bad around the globe, trying to got him to pretend to love her.
I we ader if good cltesand a hair dresser really count ute as uha
within e the bS teay ido rs liktoi upkT a bet e? .


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ht Physhim: *6b, you'v lotw
-Itis s- a' 3tiat. Didn't he re-
spond to your treatment?" .
8wond Pbhysitla: "Yes, but re,
to my dunnhl lettres.'--.Ipplncott's.

vue vs sb -e I or sb.
l ist, wbatwsrT be the oamse
Ti maun who is most ant of
ot*hers- she I t the cuew hbimlf
so: he rkely t be the least refl.
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There's bee n many a sip this win,
ter twixt down town and home.
f1uy "*ATTL Ass" SHous.
His Trade Mark.
"I wish you didn't have such a
and plebeian nose, papa," said
arlstocrutl yoito daughter of
plain od etibUt. "That's the
an orf t"W n, ,- m_ dear,' e.




oWOT A TATrOO ARnIM r.
*"o reyou Ser w*rtten on an
eS ty stoimah'" ahed the mere
"Sir" eOWlaied te literary per
Ion, "I am a pet, not a tattoo art-
ist -Dotos Post.


wlesY uei win, dleaoMar ain d,
Sav, or ftb des bMqlt fr WM!-.

Donat judge tle Income by his
I clothe0-many men look most pros-
porous when nearest broke. Ask his
tailor .
Weaderful mtatles.
Wfea it ronsidaeed that the pe tae
of deatme trom eosMsptlon is 19per u.
*aad against 6 per thopeas4 of "y or
Salad, how' lapostaat to ard ism e a
Psiht eold by tala TT or's Cherokee
Remedy of Swel Guam W4d Mullets, the
tested medietae for eot S, colds and con.
sumptloa, wbooplat oo eroep.
At drugis"ts. ad a
~ Sapient.
The ablest Cekic scholar living is
a Soardlnavlan, the nett a German.
But all this merely proves that hie-
tory is ln the habit of returning, peri-
odically, to ancient pathways.
One "Brome Quinine,"
Thattie Bromo lm Look
rtw t ek W. OooUfed tie
wor o to ou" a 00104
The nan who want to be alone
ought to get out, because nine times
out of ten he is laIn the way and
doesn't know it.

--arfted tiay granales. o take
a andy.
Quite *uffic*ent.
"What evidence will be ordered in
support of hie ple of InaatnUty"
"His lo vo-etterw"'-Upplacott'a.
Bo kind to the man who thinks
he Is your enemy, and you disarm
him completely.
Do='t Rik Your LIfe
By n*Ueet Q patiSUon. It ad& to
autoto Ba. Tihen o rit rem-
edy f9r tn tha ie is Rein-
ed~N tab ets._ It's different from al
otho* boarm its teroegh, it correeto
the entire d tive yste d the kid-
n sai, and awd tid.
It's ey and sure to at. Take on. to.
night-you'll feel better in the morning.
Get a ai. Box. Al DrumlWt. The A. H.
Lewis Mueime Co., St. Touis, Mo.
While Ife runs smoothly, it is as
well to rest back and enjoy It. an,
leave the future whatever It cares t
bring.



ApSUrl MIth, INT. Tiek& aeots wi
Seerfuly n l lafernoa .. W.R.
La.r. ner Agent, Atlanta,
THI BAD M N U(PLA&NS.
"'Take four Ima to handle me
when I gt started."
"I sw one mn handle ye yester.
tay over on the next raoh."
"Well, thy happened to be short,
tended over there."-Louisville Cov.
rier-Joural,
e OOCOLD@ "d4 GIP.


iNeer ae a. mans' wi power
by at te l r do to the tate
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presate, C .ste S ..I, "
"On **balt of the swting elhfb e
ao 4AWI. am tO pw At the
-e eet .- of the downiag s l 1"I
desire to thank the co mropto tor
67 butons placed la the cotntributlon
box darting the pt Wontb. It now
the phllanthropVcaly Iedln4ed donors
of these b)ets WM t a half4-dons
unadershirts and three airs of other
striatly se**cular gatmeW's on th pVlate
newt Sunday aoruSt,. so that we
may have something to sew those
buttons on. e* shall be additionallyY
gratefult.".-Harper's Weekly.
NIOGIHBORLUY.
"8o you dont like that crowing
ooster?"
"I haven't anything against the
foster personally. But every tMmei
he crows he reminds m that I don't
like the people he belongs to."--Wahsb
:nstoa lBar


A sebre Is a hore in a r m.
The ditmate is the hottet ar tht
creator.
An anaestheUc is a persoa wbo
does not believe in Ood.
Name some of the early Christian
Fathers? Jerome, Oxigen and Am-
brosala.
Cellbacy is when a man's slangi
The opposite of this is pleurlsy.
John Milton was famous for keep.*
Ine bad angels out of heaven.
What are the parts of speeo.s
Mouth, .teeth, tongue, voice, palate
and bronchial tubes.
Rivers make the ocean which would
overflow only the sponges at the boi
tow absorb some of the water.
Why were there nine Muses? B'
cause a cat baa nine lives, was tW
startling reply.-Boston Transtrtpt
A man of letters may be, Jealous it-
his wife gets a few.


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Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? We can
furnish positive proof that it has made many remarkable
cures after all other means had failed.
Women who are suffering with some form of female
illness should consider this.
As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial
letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest state-
ments of facts.
Cresson, Pa.--" Five years ago I had a bad fall, and hurt
myself inwardly. I was under a doctor's care for nine weekar
and when I stopped I grew worse again. I sent for a bottle of
Ijydei B. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound, took It am directed,
and now I am a stout, hearty woman."- Mrs. Ella E. Alkey,
Cres",o Pa.
Baird, Wash. "A year ago I was sick with kidney aad
bladder troubles and female weakness. The doctors gave me
up. All they could do was to Just let me go as easily as possible.
I wa" adyised by friends to take Lydip E. Plnkbam's Veable
Copoud and Blood Purifier. I an completely cured of my
Saad I am nearly sixty years old."-HMrs. Sarah Leighton,

Evidence like the above is abundant showing that the
derangements of the female organism which breed all kinds
of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not
cure, are the very disorders that give way to Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Women who are afflicted with similar troubles, after
reading two such letters as the above, should be encouraged
to try this wonderfully helpful remedy.


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BW eaa, r_"ImAn eworte chasgs
O We of Atlata's hotels was made
ltly when beautiful Peamhtree
pas ed Into the control of Mr.
e D. Awards as lessee and
Iger. This Is a modern family
S sd tourist hotel, situated on beautl-
Peaehtree, the most fashionable
Iaoughfare in the city, where the
s uts can enjoy all the comforts of
bhdi life, away from the smoke nad
ai o eof the buslnste center where
Seother large hotels are located.
SM. wards has thrown 6pea his
to tourists and transient, sand
se famerclal men and visitors
.No 1epet to remain several days In
Sg eti.-aft availing themselves ot
S-iWtvalege of stopping at this pop-
r behoetelry, where they are thrown
W a select home-like circle of the
S dese of people.
SIn has 140 gueet rooms, equip-
with steam heat and electric
with 40 private bath rooms, and
i ftorlshed throughout with all the
moede hotel conveniences. It is con.
dOteod on the American plan with
S rate of $3.00 per 4ay and up. A
lO"Olal rate is given by the week.
Mr. Edwards is thoroughly over-
hauling the hotel throughout, install-
leg new art squares, new furniture, re-
ealelmlning and painting throughout.
the Inn contains a large, handsome
bll room and fide orchestra, which
lb open to the guests and their friends.
When you visit Atlanta alone, or
with year Wgte or other members ol
Sour family, you will find it a pleas-
ife to stop at the Peachtree Inn,
Obere Mr. Edwards will be glad to
eteortaln you, with the very best of
Svesything. Electric cars pass dv
feotly in front of the hotel, afford
i' easy access to all the theaters,
dburchee and the shopping districts at
all boursa Any further Information de-
Swill be furnished by addressing
rt D. Edwards, 891 Peachtree
*trKt, Atlanta, Ga.
When a financlar begins by chloro-
trming his conscience the rest is
/e dead say.


Not a Inch of Healthy Skin Left.
SMy little son, a boy of five, broke
L out with an itching rash. Three doc-
tors prescribed for him, but he kept
. pgettlng worse until we could not dress
1m any more. They finally advised-
me t9 try a certain medical college,
but its treatment did no good. At
t"e tibe I was induced to try Cutl-
*uira le wsa ss bad that I bad to cut
Is hair o* and put the Cutioura Oint-
seat on him on bandages, as It was
tlposseile to touch him with the bare
hard. There was not one squarAdnch
*ef skin on his whole body that was
not affected. He was one mass of
:reW The bandages used to stick to
lb ski and In removing them It used
e tse the skJa off with .hem, and
Ste screams from the poor child were
heartbreaking. I began to think that
hS w14d ngver get well, but after the
p 4eoo appliloaton of Cuticura Oint-
aent began to see signs of Improve-
S. d with the third and fourth
Malone the sores commenced to
up. His skin peeled off twenty
rtine, but it finally yielded to the
Smeat Now I can ay thqt he s
ly eared, and a stronger and
1 iMhSle"ar boy you never saw than
Sto-day, twelve years or more
the ere was effected. Robert
11418 orty-eighth St., Chl-
.HOll., o 1 9, l909."
a ge"t Point of Difference.
ej4 trllW of the rebels held at
Slter the 1746 ris.
was, althoughba
esSmlaad under the Eng*.
o pSgl i tt1I. Mt save an
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For the Great mBnet that Owr.
dui, the Womn's Ton,
W" to Her When Sitk.

Paint Lick, Ky.-"I suffered so
much from womanly trouble," writes
Mrs. Mary Freeman, of Paint Lick,
Ky., before I commenced to take Car.
dul.
"I was so weak from it that I was
down on my back nearly all the time.
"I have taken three bottles of Car.
dui and it has done me more good
than any smediise I ever took it myA
life.
"I can't possibly praise it too highly,
It has done so much for me and I will
do all I can to help you, for I thinly
it is the only medicine on earth that
will cure female troubles."
You need not be afraid to try Car-
dui, for in so doini you are making
no new experiment in drug dosing or
in tablets of concentrated mineral in-
gredients.
Cardui as a medicine, as a tonic for
weak, tired, worn-out women, is time-
tested, safe, reliable. It has helped
others and should certainly help you.
Composed of gentle-acting, herb in-
gredients, its action is mild and natur-
al and it has no bad after-effects, as
have many of the powerful drugs,
sometimes recommended,
Try it.
N. m.-WePie tSn: rAdles' Avlso-y Dept.
ChAttanposa Medicine Co., Cbattanooga.
Tenn., for Speelal Instruotleons and 64-
page book. "Home Treatment for Wo-
men," sent In plain wrapper, on requesLt
Lots of men would take a side step
It they didn't think themselves so
important that all the community is
watching them.
Buy "BATTLa Aix" SNoas.


"The way of the transgressor is
hard." It ought to be, after all the
travel that's passed over It
WELL KIDNEBY KRBP THE BODO
WILU.


When the kidneys do their duty
the blood is filtered clear of arte sold
and other waste. Weak kidneys do
not filter off all the
bad matter. This 1i
the cause of rheu-
mate paIlna, back-
ache and urinary dis-
/ orders Don'sa Kid-
ney Pills cure weak
kidneys.
Henry J. Bro*g6
8 Oolinmbuas t.,
Charleston, 8. 0.,
\- says: "For two years
I suffered with my
kidneys. Rheumatic
palnas drove me near.
ly frantic. My 110abs
swelled. Nothing
helped me until I bei
San using Doan's
fill, and by that time I had
nearly given up hope. They brought
me quiek relief and a final cure."
Remember the name-Doan'as. Sld
by all dealers. Poster-Milburn Co.,
Bufalo, N.Y. 60 cents a bos.
Oas lightiAUng has recently been
boomed It Japan, and so"m ten new
eomanles are to be Soated:

Dont M Yan to a H y.
Matrimy is a smatte d
jite srrows as well aa If you are ,


*uHbsftute for Goeld. U I
a Prance a sustitute of gold has
been afforded 9y ooubini g 4 pats The man who is easy toward
of eopow a I p* o arts of antimony a hber'a fault is likely to be a
a"d ailing a lIttle maSWi Mfa.r rt.
bemasto telaerese tbe wet. It to
a that this alloy a e ant rao,
weigot a ""d sMd ret m like ttrue ,, -r- m .


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am. ier re may 'bigger
brIes aa this, th Oghas MUM
veolme mike It of a 1st reew o
able sIl6, but there Is noNe In tb
world that poseeses more preiol
books and maneripta. There, ft
instance. Is the Codex Atlanteuns
Leonardo da Vladi; there is qalleo
book on the "Wise ean," wihfI tb
letter he wrote to the cardinal t
presenting It. and there a lotte
in the dainty hand of LAerel
rgia written to the, historian
be ad iolostng a look of hqr gds
hair tip4 with a black rtboaM. '
Catinal Borromeeo esred t
whles world or books. His- al
waf VEt sa capaln. GM0 e6
miu ants, thee *glumatS I tM
dew le aS lea4s. n hthe eight year
from I401 1t t he codilled tru
Wrope, Asia aAd Africa more tha
-thilty thousand beoks. manuarlpth
papyri and parchments, and preGente
them to the city of whilh h* wa
sarebishop. Not only this. but b
built t4b library &and hired Raphael
Titan, Leonardo da Vinci, Lulnl an
other great artists to decorate II
Apd wben he opened the library h
wrote a guide to it and to uts treal
ures, In which he showed 1imeelf i
discerning art critlc and an Intelli
gent lower of books.
But so unlike the modern giver o
libraries was Cardinal Borromeo tha
he did not place his own same abov4
the door, but that of St. Ambrose
who had preceded him by many ceon
tries is the diocese of Milan.-New
York World.


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]sEs orders for Overland for this season's delivery call for 1.000cars. Four factories, with 4,000 employees, are turning out thirty car-
leeds daIy. Yet all this floodlike demand has grown up la two years. by one car selling others. The success of the Overland is due solely to
A wgteurplWee of mechaAtsm. There never was a car so simple and a car that offered so much for the money. Two years ago when the
O euMa e ilto Mr. Willy's possession, he sent out *ample caM to various localities. From every place where a car was sent back came
el for more. One ear sold others sad the others sold others until the demand became overwhelming. One factory grew to :. .r. The great
W9Ope leto plant was purchased and doubled. Now, after o0ly two years a daily output of 125 cars falls short of meeting the demands.
It a not due to advertislia, but solely to the matohlu ears themselves.


OVWMRAND MODEL 88, PRICE $1,000 F. 0. B. FACTORY; 80
RVI MLR $1*00; DOUBLE RUMBLE32-INCH WHEELS; WITH


HORSE-POWER; 10-INCH WHEEL BASE;
SINGLE $1,076; TOY TONNEAU *1,100.


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 ma%-
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 tua:kepe appeal to both experts
and amateurs. A woman 'can op.
rate 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 first Overland that sold for $1,*.
260. 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


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


It Is made In a factory long famous
for a $1,.20 car made by the same
workmen under the same In-
spectors and so far as Is desirable


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


To pay
has fairly


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


WRITZ TO US FOR LITERATURE AND DEMONSTRATIONS.


Gainesville Motor Car Co.,


Gaineville, Florida. 216-17-19 East Main.


C. W. HILL, Manager.


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Americans re a 4d nip." S aroldA
SI O e t MWo -m- -I, h lpoeus-amIMe at S all UOM
P? irher t Lile. FoIIM .th ec ipewe6 ht he 7t
S 181*, Vr ob C tes p X er, the stiis of' world. "80t* of th laet a sh
S*- -'TER TO A CROiCODII 1fr. Woods lives near the beach. Mr. airn o, givet eaoe of the many In the royal t4seflaam of ropo
^'. Dear" Crocodile: Elder is about twenty yeaft old, and wideares that bout this time Brit. were bred on thee faria.-Popular
. This note is kindly i.,ent. ?.6r. Young Is Peventy.five. Mr. Day lph contempt for American naval Magazine. ,
And in a helpful spirit it In srnt works at night. Mr. Long is a short prowess waq rapidly turning into re --
'rom rumors that have reI I h:,d n:,, .. nd r. Lowe is six feet tall. pcct. If not fear: THE MOUTHS OF BABES.
It appears "I hiave heard of Bartlett pears and "'o packets are quite due. and Small Boy--"Mamma, did the ant*
That Crocodiles are always shedding "ildv in apples, but in this town Mr. we fear that they have been taken, male go Into the ark in pairs?"'
Stars; liartlett grows apples and Mr. Bald. for the Yankees swarm here, and Mamma-"'Yes, dear."
And when not casting, or in be'! win, pears. Mr. Carpenter Is a ma, when a frigate goes out to drive them SImall Boy-"Then who went with
asleep, s n, and Mr. Mason Is a carpenter. off by force they take her. Yankees auntie?"
They say a Crocodile is apt to weep. The Rutlers and Carters and Millers fight well, and are gentlemen in their ".My mamma got a hand-painted
Now, Crocodile, It really sdems to me and Potters don't do anything for a mode of warfare. Decatur refused dinner set for Christmas," said l'ttl
This state of things no longer ought living, and the Kings have to work Carden's sword, saying: 'Sir, you Lola, proudly.
to e; :like slaves, Mrs. Walker has a car- have used it so well I should be "Huh!" rejoined small Bessie,
Because I'm very sure, oh, Crocodl!c, ri-pe, and Mrs. Ryder never has a ashamed to take it from you.' Thse. "that's nothing to boast of: Last
You'd look a great deal be!'er if you'd ioarriage, but has to walk. Yankees, though so much abused, are year papa gave mamma a hnse that
smile. Ifr nil these people had their names really fine fellows." was hand-p'ainted."-Chicago News.
There's always something t, ho (;,.anged we shouldn't know them any After the battle Lawrence made ev* ,
laughing at, I(t ter, for we know them now in spite ery exertion possible for the comfort
(And then your mouth Peemni jtust cut lf their names, because names do not of his wounded prisoners. buch was
out for that!) rciunt, after all." their appreciation of his generom
So, dearest Crocodile, I pray you When Brother Hugh read that last treatment that on arrival In the Unit-
SIend sentence be said: "Sue, you are ed Sta4s the British ofocers pub. Heaps and heaps of people try to
Your ways, and much obllgw. it,|te a little philosopher, and you listed a letter of gratitude. They travel to heaven on passes, cofe
SYour faithful frlc<. pave quite a long list, too." said: "We cannot better express our
--Carolyn Wells in St. Nicholas. .It's true, anyway," said Sue. feelings than by saying we oeaae to
.-- Then Hugh smiled at the twelve. consider ourselves prisoners." The
." A NEW OAM1~. year-old girl in his superior wisdom -sallors of the Hornet, knowing that Opinions to the effect that the
It was Saturday morning and the of twenty years, and preceded to the Peacook men had lost every- hookworm is a myth are encourag-
twins stood hand in hand, looking or- read ITu's paper: thing, made contributions from their ing, to the Washington Star, but not
*. rowfully out of the windo'l. Thire is a man in our town, own scanty kits and su-pplled each of fully verified.
"It's going to rain?" with a ro,, lias faco Is white, his name is the Englishmen with a complete out- Notes the St. Lous Post-Dspat
said Sue. Prown. fit.-Washington Herald. Notes the t. Louis Post-Dispatch:
"It's raining now!" with a wall, Mr. Grey i saffron yellow, The City of Mexico has a million-dol-
Said Lou. And Mr. Green's a rosy fellow. WITH A KNIFE. lar bull ring. Wall street has a bil-
Then together they sahl, "WhVat Mr. Taylor is a baker, One of the commonest feats with lion-dollar one.
* shall we do?"' Mr. Cook, a carriage-maker; the jack-knife is to cut a chain out
N ow big brother hugth was hiome Mr. Gardner catches fish, of a single piece of wood, says the It would take more than a muso
from college on a vacation, aind whn .Mr. Fisher-raises vegetables. Rosary Magazine. This is not diffl- teacher sneers the New York Times,
he saw how disappointed his little "I couldn't make this one rhyme, cult and forms therefore an excellent to cultivate the voice of conscience
sisters were at staying i.1 for the I ,t it's the truth." design with which to begin. in some peole.
rain, he said: "('ome here, girls! When Hugh had finished his read- Ift making the chain a piece of
I've a brand-new game for you. Here rn he said: "I see that my little wood is first trimmed into the form "Chickens may be kept nine
are some palwr and pent'-ls Who same has produced a philosopher and of a cylinder or roller, perhaps an months," said Dr. Wiley. Much de-
lives next door?" "h poet in the family." Inch in diameter and as long as the pends, comments the Toledo Blade,
"Mr. Brown," answered the girls The twins were silent for a mo. chain is to be-six or eight inches on the character of the neighborhood.
In unison. nent, then they said together: will do very well.
"You are right. What kind of a "Why, it has stopped raining!"- In this cylinder four deep, long fur. Some men are so bad, insists the
complexion has Mr. 1lrown? Is it The Young Soldier. rows are then cut in such a way that Pittsburg Dispatch, that their friends
brown?" the end of the block, Instead of being haven't time to do anything but rush
"No," said Sue," he is pale." IIATTLE OF THE "HORNET" AND round, now looks like a cross with around and explain that the poor
"lie's very pale," said I,ou. "PEACOCK." four equal arms, each arm being the chaps are misunderstood.
5 "Then write on your papers Mr. "EC K.
Brown i very white. N.)w we'll sit There was a little sea engagement end of a long rib that extends length- When a bankerdrops $10,000 in a
round this table and put on our think- brushed off ninety-three years ago to- wise along the bloc k. fak wire-tapping game, and another
SIng-caps and in imagination we'll go 'lay, just east of the Southern coast The next ste s to cut notch in ake wir28000 out of happing game, and etano the
round this town and pick out all the of the United States, 'which has gone the ribs at equal distances from each lpositor, avers the New York Amert
people that have colors for names, into history as an incident to show other and in such a way that orreach deplean, rejoices thathe keeps rkhis money
and we'll see how many conic right." the prowess of the American sailor rib the notches shall correspond ex- In the bank.
"Oh, I know!" cried Sue. "The in the early stages of our navy. The actly to thcse of the opposite rib,
colored man that saws our wood is American navy had in its list of sea while in two other ribs the notchesgold elds of Alaska are
named Mr. White. I'll ut it down. lighters the Wasp, the Hornet, the alternate with these. not expected to occasion the excite-
Mr. White is very black(. Viper, and other names with a "sting The position and general form of ment that was produced by the dis-
"Oh," cried lou. "I know another to it. The British vessel Peacock the links in the chain should now be coverles of a few years ago. Gold,
man who is just as black, and his had been haughtily prowing about apparent and one may begin to holu explains the Boston Transcript, is so
name is Snow!" the Southern coast of the United low out the inside of them. To do cheap, you know.
"Wrteite it dwn thi way," said States during the early part of our this a hole should be cut through one
SBrother Hugh, with p twinkle in his war with England, and the gallant of the still solid links. As soon as A peculiar feature In Tissot's plo.
Seye: "Mr. White is blaci as Snow," Capt. Lawrence decided to put a stop these llnke are loose they can ture of Joseph telling his dream to
taking the paper froqi her. to her depredations. rapidly rounded and mouthed as well his brethren, to the Christian Regis
; The girls squealed in unison, "Oh, It was late In the afternoon of Peb- as trimmed as slender as may be de is that in the gorgeously attimd
how funny!" ruary 24, 1813, that Lawrence sight, s ed. group Joseph Is the only one whose
I"You need not confine yourself to ed the Peacock off the Carobana Another design, which is scarcely garb does not suggest a coat of many
4^I, colors. There are other qualities Banks, and gave chase. The little more difficult than the chain, is the colors.
quite as amusing and quite as true. Englishman was game and stood her ball in a cage. This is whittled out --
SYou both know Mr. Savage; there ground. The battle 'was on, the vy. of a single block of wood.-Newz.k When p man has just turned the
S never was a gentler, kinder man. sela belag almost within pistol shot Call. corner into Easy street Mitortune,
S Now I am going to leave you. In an of one another. The American guns --- which had been keeping some di s-
1h hour come up to my room and show were fired so rapidly that In order to ABOUT GOLDFISH. tance at his heels, like a scared, but
I me what you have written." l:eep them cool buckets water were It may be mentioned as a strik- persistent dog, laments the Atchison
k The two girls had an exciting 'ountantly dashed over them. It re- I ing illustration of the law of heredity Globe, makes a quick lunge and grabs
S Utime. In Imagination they traveled quired Just eleven minutes for Law- that goldfish seem to be quite con- him.
all over town, and visited everyone rence and his Hornet to lick the Brit' tented In captivity. This Is not the ---
they knew. Then they consulted the ilahor. case with other varieties of fish For helping to straighten out the
papers and the dictionary as remind- In his official report Lawrence is re*- which have not been bred in aquarl- Chicago traction tangle an attorney
S era. Their mother saw thorn and corded as saying that the British ves- uma. When first confined fish are received $2,000 a month until the to-


S wondered wifat made them so Indus- sel surrendered at 5:40 p. m., mak likely to be wild, though sooner cr tal was $72,000, and then sent In a
S triou. Best of all, they were happy Ing the duration of the action fifteen later they quiet down and often be- supplementfJ bill for $200,000, relates
god never once thought of the rain minutes. This was a mistake, "but," come very tame. the New York Ledger. Either that
outside. |ua id Lawrence, "as my clerk got it The greatest trouble the goldfish was a terrible tangle or the lawyer
At the end of the hour Sue pro- down 'fifteen' I thought that was farmer has to contend against arisns is richly endowed with the quality
ucedasnd read the following paper: shortt enough." from the snakes, cats, frogs and in- best described as "nerve."
V;- "This is a strange town, for most When the Peacock surrendered she sects Innumerable, which all yearn to --
the people in it are named wrong; was so riddled 'with ballets that the destroy the goldfish. A constant The Young Men's Lincoln Club of
m I am very glad that most of them captors found her sinking. The Hor- watch for these pets must be kept. Five Points writes to The New York
e-'*etter than their names. inet was only llaghtly damaged. The The sting of some Inrects will kill Tribune that it has sent out the 0 l-
J. .The threeajnleest people I know lritishb loss was heavy, but the a goldfish In almost every instance. lowing lcroular: "Just ffty years ao0
Sg wroely named. Amerlcans lost more men trying to "Snake feeders" and other insects fly Abrahaah Lincoln entered Cooper
PMy day teacher, Miss Stern, is a save the British sailors from drown. close to the water In summer, and, 'nion a Wetern politioian In the
gentle. My Ounday-school Ing than they did nla the actual bat. when the tiny fish rise to the surface eyes of his audience; he left t4e
4 M, abs Bangs, s quiet, and Mr. tie. In commenting on the batle a of the pond as in their habit, an egg place as a national statesman. Fifty
Stho e tamest man in town. Halifax paper of the day said that "* I laid, or a sting inserted, by one years age today was Sunday; oa tt
*. Whole family of Bachelors, vessel moored for the purpose o ex. of these watcbful inseots. Either of day be viaioed an spoQk to the S
mar .rre pederat t a" boe a makithese lIoaetMlous 6 fatal. daelbool of e 00o Points Be R
Ilm tAo tiw wo *)4 e u It wWat de Mr ear ee Tle ao two farms tlt f1t4sae otf ory.t .

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V


ThN CRUSE THAT
NOT."

fi thy cruise of comfort ft
Rise and share it with a
And through all the years
It shall serv- the? to thi
Love divine will fill thy stI
Or thy handful till rent
Scanty fare for one will o'
Make a royal feast f..' t

For the heart grows rich li
All Its wealth is living i
Seeds whklh mildew in the
Scattered. fill with gold
to thy burden hard and h
Do thy steps drag wear
FHelp to lift thy brother's
God will bear both it and

lost a.l weary on the mrui
Woult'at thou sleep an
siow?
Chafe that frozen form be
Anl together both shall
Art thou wounded in life's b
*Many Ptrilcken 'round the
1tlive to them thy precious
And that balm shall he
own.


)attlc?
'e moan;
ointment,
mal thine


Is thy heart a well l' ft empty?
"None but God the void can fill;
Nothing but a ceaseless fountain
Can Its ceaseless longing fill.
Is thy heart a living power?
Self-entwined, its strength sinks
low;
It cmn only live by lovlnz,
And 'by serving, love will grow.
--.Mrs. Elizabeth Rundli Charle's.




+ ZJULI.-CHILD OF+

+ TEIPESTI


+ By Elirabcth W. Gerritson. +


Panting fr'a,- the exertion of her
u cram-ble thr uigh the thicket in the
rear of the gjunds, and flushed with
excitement, Zuleka crouched in the
shadow of the shrubbery and wit-
nessed the home-coming of the mill
wnaster ati1' his bride. Bitter male.-
dictions b.rst in whispers from Zut-
leka's b',-od-red lips, and her blat A
eyes, fltod with vengeful ha^red,
glowed like living coals in the dar'k-
ness. For Zuleka, but a more ato n
in tho great industrial enterprise
controlled by the mil master, ignor-
ant of the laws and customs of :;he
restless, rushing land of her adoption,
and unable to speak its language,
had lifted her eyes one day and seen
the great young man inspecting his
domains, and from that moment her
heart rioted with a love as tempertu-
ous as it was hopeless.
Soon it became known that the
mill m, ater waa to awed with one of
his own kind, and when Zuleka had
brooded over the news until des-
perate, Konefrki, who had ferreted
out her eecrc., came and 'whispered
insidiously in her ear; Konefski, the
fiery one, 'tiose utterances teemed
with fierce invective, andI whose al.
leogance ta the red flag was strongly
hinted p< by many. It was for the
purpose of carrying out Konefski's
devilish plan that Zuleka secreted
herself in the grounds of the mill
master's great house on the hill.
When the servants had finished
their greetings, and the returned
honeymooners had passed through
the great doors, Zuleka drew tighter
the shawl that covered her raven
bleak hair, and, clutching to her
beoms the deadly agent with which
Konefaki had provided her, changed
her position to command a better
Tvew of the dining room windows.
*When they sit at meat is the best
thwe." advised Konoefaki. "Then the
Wtgs of splendor and magnlflcence,
to gai which the souls of the labor-
tol sS are ground In the dust, will
Saelatterlsa about their ears as
N gs gyad to at eswh


tumult.
"Nero -was chasin' her, sir," ex-
plained the butler, "and. I drove him
off. But what for, sir, I don't know;
I can't get a word out of her."
"She looks like one of the mill
gi:ls," observed tle master. "What
are you doing here?" he demanded of
Z7uleka, suspicion entering his mind.
"Don't you know you are trespass-
ing?"
At hia inquiries Zuloka's bewilder-
ment increased and she began to
sp)lutter "xcltedly in her native
tongue. Then the young bride Inter-
posed.
"Frank. don't," she pleaded earn.
estly; "the noor girl is too much up-
',ot. Let me take her for awhile;
when she is calmer you may ques-
tion her. Come," she said kindly,
taking Zuleka by the elbow, "you
must rest a little and take some re-
. freshment."
7uleka understood her manner if
not her words, and she allowed the
young g mistress to lead her to a cosey
little room off the hall and seat her
in a (hair before the cheerful Ire.
But when the maid who had .een
summoned tried to lay back the girl':.
shawl, Zuleka protested so vigorously
that the woman, nothing loath, de
saisted. Then they gave her some
thing to drink; Zuleka thought !b
must be wine-she had never taste'l
the like before. Under its sootlint
influence her unreasoning terror sut-
sided and left her free to think hof
best to carrt out her design. Fb'igl-
ing fatigue and closing her eyes, shil
leaned baok in the chair as if t.)
sleep. A cool h.'nd was laid on helo
forehead, conveying to Zuleka, 0I
spite of her hatred, a message ,f
compassion and sympathy.
"She is exhausted," the .mistreir
maid to the maid. "You may go nov,
Marie. I will remain here until Ote
poor girl sla rested."
After a time Zuleka opened I er
eyes anc looked cautiously around.
The mill master's bride sat on he
other sll) of the fire gazing dream-
ingly into the flames. Now was a
good tilen, here in this room, v as
the thosight that came to Zulf'(a.
She had delayed too long as it was.
Was she then a child to be upset by
a little excitement? She knew tlat
in this sinall place she herself would
go, too. But what of that? She las
ready.
Zult*V.a sat upright In her ctr.ir,
her -hdwl loosened, her hand re-dy
with the thing that was bidden the-re,
and bent her body slightly to get a
freer movement. Then she remem-
bered the other's kindness, felt again
the touch of the gentle hand on her
forehead. No one was ever so gen-
tle with her before. She drew in her
breath sharply. All the hatred and
sullenness left her heart. She no
longer desired to kill and destroy.
All sM wanted now was to flee and
hurl Konefski's accursed Implement
into the river before temptati)m
could return. She sprang to her feet
and rushed through the ball, past
the gaping servant before that Indt*
vidutal could gather together his witb
She wrenched open the door aWl
darted out Iste the sight.


iLr.K*n o rLA, i HL, ru rI KILo.

Birds Found Along Course of Fishing
Streams in England.
The thrushes have been singing
merrily of late, but these are not by
far the only feathered riverside conm-
panions of the angler at the present
sea "on.
Water iens are often to be nme'
with, and very tame nnd friendly they
are at time. lHere and there that
expert fish catcher and diving bird
the lesser grebe is encountered; king-
flisers, uttering their shrill alarm
note, flash by as the angler spins
for piko or float fishes for roach, the
waly heron is noted in the distance.
rooks and wood pigeonis are in the
same meadow, and often enough a
gay cock pheasant boldly struts from
the coppice hard by in close prox
imity to whore the angler is seated;
and has a bite.
Of course there are many other
b'rds, w ildfowl and gulls. for in-
tf anceg which the angler notice.,
and up the Tha'.es, owing to strict
p:'-eservation the kinglishr-rs are grow-
lng* quite numerous. Three and four
and sonlellinues as malny a,; h.itf a d')/.-
e of these brilliantly plumaged
birds are now often seen In the
course of a day's fishing.
Dabchicks or lesser grebe are alIo
fast on the increase in the Thames
valley; in fact they are becoming too
plentiful from an anigler's point (of
view, owing to the iit:mense num-
ter of fish they destroy. Sonm of the
g,ulls when very hungry will swoop
down on the angler's pike bait, and
In this way several have hooked
themselves and been caught -West-
minster Gazette.

Resurrection of Messina.
The resurrectW.)n of Messina will
be only another illustration of how
difficult it is to destroy a citv which
sits on #i trade route or which be-
conmes a center or school of industry.
('ommnernlal cities rise or decline
with trade routes. Venice began to
love Its writna'y wit t lite discovery
of the I'1:pe of (;ood Hope routo to
India. N 'vertheless It was not ruin-
ed and though its population is but
three-fou,.rhs of that It had whem it
"held i'te gorgeous cast in fee." Its
inhabitants today number 1,0o,0o0.
The madmen of the French revolu-
tion do'-reed that Lyons should be no
more. They leveled the city which
had resisted them to the ground;
they wiped out Its name and in a
dozn years Lyons the center of the
silk pdustry the -great distributing
point of the region, was what it had
been before the terrorists turned It
Into ruins. Today it is the third city
of F'ance. A great San Franclsco
looks out on the Golden Gate, despite
the catastrophe of 1906. Cities are
stubborn facts. It has been said that
if New York were overwhelmed the
necessity of the ITnilted States would
compel the reconstruction of a great
*Ity where the Hudson reaches the
eea.-Bpaston Transcrlpt.

G lightingla has recently beeoo
boomed in Japan, and some ten aev
goaeales are to bte ated.


Noses of Our Ancestors.
A~ncienft %White man ha'l un nies'
bon y bl tt( reses lie'. hva 1)iIIY90" I '
btulgin g out nbovp Ill,; i' yebro ws, ho4
bad brow ati(l 11() To: ahcaa.1drind tno
bony bridyc' of thleu 11050to MsiE'al( (.
So when) such an a'voliitlow:tl grand-
diaddy gpot a 5)()liag ve'v rhi4
t es anda l 110''"%'it h a fl. (I. ;ja(,1)
It i dnt It) l a'-w iii I 'l a .r a Ho'01 11 1;i2.
raised t'v a surliral c'1u:.ir a-n-,1wt

atitody Tod i at nWil -ad W I~
looks for I f.'. but Iilt I1,,11 endl ii lii
till-ti arnd there'. It I-, ;ar.'t v c1,- ,
that, thlewhit'' 110111s !i(9-4o k a tIj
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The Si'e of the Moon.
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flth! sky I.,; aboiit 1l1) feat, It i, crev.
lain that artkt '; tistially rCIprc-S''it liti~
1moon11inicui too large' in 81s'izIn hli-ii
pia In IIirg s. ( iit f:sk)IoIiaIlyN. thIeyI N. aI-,'.
qent II i nt ii '4-iiii-4 sco54 ii(M %%, i't hi fta
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In the Evolutionar-y Proces-3.
'T114'Ilal mial bia~laagie- ilotl an- f'lat )-
tiet lani had great blgllA.hi j,-, I r11:1-
lik(' tiiu pH (oil 111ihieili ad .111.1 facva, j


..iujcrBoth at*,, niben i h r iaI a a :tr~.

life. Uld lit :- ibldls aif Paull'1"1-ii' .ilid

face if a ( I*A-e-Ii god '11111 it he- hiit
of the "M~an of(if)," a' %ho %wa.-;h
po(bsessor4a of (auto if tiv i. a.1I talent.
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PAIL.TH Po Zuleka waited until she should --Th' i'-torh'i h had threatened all Th Right to Plunder.
see snome Indiation that dinner was day had broken at last; snow was It one I 'Interested in the study
in? In progress. In moving about in the falling swiftly and the ground wa, of human nature, he may learn a
rilen, arkness mshe stepped in a blight de- covered. Zuleka did not use the great deal about it from a study of
Friend, i pss,n in the ground and nearly drive. but sped across the lawn, down the trusts. lie cn see men who

e 1 fmine s ho tiutch,,d at the branches of over the bank an through the grvey, would not think of going into an alley
oe uen. j i bush arnI saved herself, but made sIobbing in her despair. Ier te',r.4 and waiting for a man to pass, to
ore house, (oniderai-lo noise. In a moment a and tle spw l hlirldc her. She trip- Inok hina i tie head and rob passm,
w erce arking Lenn. nj d round the pod on an exposeJ roo:, sta.- : r~id' s crelly taking people's money
(tr.;f arnpr "m to dire-i os tcrelly taking people's money
. nrner., c nm the (lire (inn of the sta- few steps, then finding herself pitch away from then through a trust. It
IesB came houndlng- a huto mastlff. Ing headlong Into a tree threw outI one way of making peace with
Zaleka screamed andl ran, terror er handsone of them clasping that t one ayn akdli ur ro with
- giving.- strien, toward the entrance to the which she had kept hidden so well. concnc and our Go. Tro
grain; ,are lots of men in the churches who
Garner 'otis, her one thought being to avoid There, ws a deafening, crashing ex- would be ashamed to look their
the plgarner, getti knocked down by the brute plosion, and when men came running fellows In the face If they were to
eavyi? that pursued her. from the house to ascertain Its mean- rob them, yet by hiding behind a
ely? -Tfio commotion she made alarmed lag they found the tree tottering un- creature of the law, a trust, they can
burden the servants, and the butler threw certainly as It swayed in the wind, robeature of their fellow and still l tho
Sthee. open the door as Zuleka came stum- its bole riven and shattered, and a fellows in the face wit lout 1, shin.
Stheeng up the steps. The man drove little distance away, where she had t
h d d It im l showS Whait mnT will d()
tho dog away and began to question been thrown by the concussioTn, Zu- whe they cn do wt without I nuLnlt
titans. IeZiieka, but the girl wai now so leka lay nm tionless, a huddled heal)p an y rik of ettin in th, tnion
idyt he ysterical as she could not have an- on the rapidly darkening snow.-r ottiePilt
sweted him had she understood his iB(ston Post. "* ary nd wh le sill retain ng tho
side thee, words. Then the mill-master came I sv eCt of thl'ir fellow.--layvt1n
glow. forward lniinirlni the a raiti^ ^f *ha A i ,m a ER- r' een C,. C ,J i News.


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"Amerle1se ......w ilg a. **: Wia s
S. r.m*..or r i ro ^o*rr ef.wr. S O
heardof tlttea nd:paketae qite dnuel lan whkm lareoM madithe ali M
Br f e t 1813, fr b1arlte 4h6pler, the Rtis of the world. :0SMe of thtaset se
S: ;ITrLt TO A CROCODILC ., Woods lives n ar the beac. Mr, m0al ol0asr, 1ftesa er1 e of the many In the royal squaltanl of AMrpo '
Delar Crocodile: Fider Is about twenty yeat old, and r wtdenres that about this time Brit. were bred on theae farm.-Popular
Thisa note Is kindly weant. 14r. Young i. seventy-five. Mr. Day ilh contempt for American naval Magtitne.
i% And In a helpful spirit It I. sent works at night. Mr. Long Is a short prowess was rapidly turning into re ---
r' 'rom rumors that have reth:d h : .d .., ;and .Mr. Lowe is six feet tall. apect. If not fear: THE MOUTHS OF BABES.
H| It appears "I h.ve heard of Bartlett pears and "' wo packets are quite due, and Small Boy--"Mamma, did the ani. *
S That Crocodiles are always sheddlog ,plVdwin apples, but in this town Mr. we fear that they have been taken, mala go Into the ark in pairs?
,' ,tears; Bartlett grows apples and Mr. Bald- for the Yankees swarm here, and .Mamma-"Yes, dear."
And when not eating, or in bel win, pears. Mr. Carpenter Is a ma- when a frigate goes out to drive them Small Boy-"Then who went with
Sasleep, cn, and Mr. Mason Is a carpenter. oI ff by force they take her. Yankees auntle?"
They say a Crocodile la apt to weep. The Butlers and Carters and Millers fight well, and are gentlemen In their ".My mamma got a hand-painted
Now, Crocodile, It really saems to me and Potters don't do anything for a mode of 'warfare. Decantur refused dinner set for Christmas," said l!Ule
This state of things no longer ought living, and the Kings have to work Carden's sword, saying: 'Sir, you Lola, proudly.
Shoto re; tlike slaves. Mrs. Walker has a car. have used It so well I should be "Huh!" rejoined small Beasie,
Because I'm very sure, oh, Crocodl'!e rliae, and Mrs. Ryder never has a ashamed to take It from you.' These, "that's nothing to boast of: Last
You'd look a great deal be!ter if you'd ,.r'ringe. but has to walk. Yankees, though so much abused, are year papa gave mamma a h-ase that
smile. If nl these people had their names reilly fine fellows." was hand-palnted."-Chicago News.
There's always something t') be changed we shouldn't know them any After the battle Lawrence made ev-
i|' laughing at, other for we know them now In spite ery exertion possible for the comfort ...I.
(And then your mouth reenm just cu of their names, because names do not of his wounded prisoners. Such was W'
out for that!) c unt, after all." their appreciation of his generous
So. 6, dearest Crocodile, I prIy you When Brother Hugh read that last treatment that on arrival In the Unit. A
Send s ntence he said: "sou, you are ed States the British of cers pub. Heaps and heaps of people itr to
Y Tour ways, and much oblile. j qite a little philosopher, and you listed a letter of gratitude. They travel to heaven on asses, ofees
Your falthful frictn. Pavo quite a long list, too" said: "We cannot better express our the New York Press.
S--Carolyn Wells in St. Nicholas. "It's true, anyway," said SOe. feeling than by saying we cease to
Then Hugh smiled at the twelve. consider ourselves prisoners." The
A NEW OAME. year-old girl In hbls superior wisdom sailors of the Hornet, knowing that Opinions to the effect that the
I It was Saturday morning and tho of twenty years, and preceded to the Peacock men had lost every- hookworm is a myth are encourat*
H" twins stood hand In hand, looling or read l^u'sa aper: thl, made contributions from their Ing, to the Washington Star, but not
rowfully out of the window. j There is a man in our town, own scanty kits and supplied each of fully verified.
"It's going to rain?" with a pob, ills face Is white, his name sla the Englishmen with a complete out-
said Sue. Brown. fit.-Washington Herald. Notes the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
"it's raining now!" with a wall, Mr. Grey is saffron yellow, The City of Mexico has a milllon-dol-
said Lou. And Mr. Green's a rosy fellow. WITH A KNIFE. .' ar bull ring. Wall street has a bil-
Then together they said, "\What Mr. Taylor is a baker, l One of the commonest feats with lion-dollar one.
shall we do?"' Mr. Cook, a carriage-maker; the jack-knife is to cut a chain out
Now big Brother Hugh was homo Mr. Gardner catches fish. I of a single piece of wood, says the It would take more than a muso
from college on a vacation, and wh,'n Mi-r. Fisher-raises vegetables. Rosary Magazine. This is not dimff- teacher, sneers the New York Times,
he saw how disappointed his little "I couldn't make this one rhyme, cult and forms therefore an excellent to cultivate the voice of conscience
sisters were at staying i. for the I;it it's the truth." design with which to begin.n some people.
rain, he said: "Come here, girls! When Hugh had finished his read- Ifi making the chain a piece of Chkens may be kept nine
I've a brand-new game for you. Here !na he said: "I see that my little wood Is first trimmed into the form "Chsckens may be kept nine
are some paper and pen'sla WVho game has produced a philosopher and of a cylinder or roller, perhaps an months," sd Dr. Wiley. Much de-
lives next door?" h poet in the family." i inch In diameter and as long as .the pends, comments the Toledo Blade,
"Mr. Brown," answered the girls The twins were silent for a mo. chain is to be-six or eight inches on the character of the neighborhood.
In unison. I ment, then they said together: I will do very well.
"You are right. What kind of a "Why, it has stopped raining!"- In this cylinder four deep, long fur- Some men are so bad, insists the
Complexion has -Mr. Brown? Is it The Young Soldier. rows are then cut in such a way that Pittsburg Dispatch, that their friends
Brown ?" I -- the end of the block, Instead of being
S"No," said SueB he i pal. ATTLE OF THE "HORNET" AND round, now looks like a cross with around and explain that the poor
"He's very pale," said Ioi. "PEACOCK." four equal arms, each arm being the chaps are misunderstood. .
"Then write on your papers Mr. n a gt d g
Brown I Ivery white. N.w we'll sit There was a little sea engagement end of a longribthat extendlength- When a bankerdrops $10,000 in a
round this table and put on our think, brushed off ninety.three years ago to- we te bo u.fake wire-tapping game, and another
Ing-caps and in imagination we'll go ay, Just east of the Southern coast The next step istancs from each in loses $28,000 out of his pocket, the
round this town and pick out all the of the United States, which has gone the rib at equal distances from h depositor, avers the New York Amer-
people that have colors for names, into history as an incident to show other and in such a way that ip/each lean, rejoices that he keeps his money
and we'll see how many come right." the prowess of the American sailor rib the notches shall correspond ex- In the bank.
"Oh, I know!" cried Sue. "The in the early stages of our navy. The actly to these of the opposite rib,
while In two other ribs the notches
colored man that saws our wood is American navy had in its list of sea while in two other ribs the notches The new gold fields of Alaska are
named Mr. White. I'll put it down. fighters the Wasp, the Hornet, the alternate with these. not expected to occasion the excite-
Mr. White is very blackl" Viper, and other names with a "sting", The position and general form of ment that was produced by the dis-
"Oh," cried Lon. "I know another to it. The British vessel Peacock the links in the chain should now berles of a few yearo ago. Gold.
toi T i v l c p t o acoveries of a few years ago. Gold,
man who is Just as black, and his had been haughtily prowing about apparent and one may begin to hol- explains the Boston Transcript, is so
name is Snow!" the Southern coast of the United low out the inside of them. To do cheap, you know.
V ."Write It down this way," said States during the early part of our this a hole should be cut through one
Brother Hugh, with twinkle n his war with England, and the gallant of the still solid links. As soon as A peculiar feature in Tissot's plo
eye: "Mr. White Is black as Snow," Capt. Lawrence decided to put a atop these links are loose they can be ture of Joseph telling his dream to
1' taking the paper fromi her. to her depredations. ar idly rounded and smoothed as well his brethren, to the Christlan Regis-
|i The girls squealed in unison, "Oh, It was late in the afternoon of eb- as trimmed as slender as may be de- ter, is that in the gorgeously attld
t how funny!" u ruary 24, 1813, that Lawrence sight. sired. group Joseph is the only one whose
g"You need not confine yourself to ed the Peacock off the Carobana Another design, which Is scarcely garb doep not aget a coat on many
L., colors. There are other qualities Banks, and gave chase. The little more diffcult than the chain, Is the colors.
quite as amusing and quite as true. Englishman was game and stood her ball in a cage. This is whittled out ---cr
S You both know Mr. Savage; there around. The battle 'was on, the ves- of a single block of wood.-Newa'k When 5 man has Just turned the
never was a gentler, kinder man. sells belag almost within pistol shot Call. corner into Easy street Misfortune,
Now I am going to leave you. In an of one another. The American guns --- which had been keeping some dis- -.
hour come up to my room and show were fired so rapidly that In order to ABOUT GOLDFISH. tance at bisa heels, like a scared, but
me what you have written." keep them cool buckets water were It may be mentioned as a atrik- persistent dog, laments the Atchison
UThe two girls had an exciting constantly dashed over them. It re-. ing illustration of the law of heredity Globe, makes a quick lunge and grabs
S time. In Imagination they traveled quitred Just eleven minutes for Law- that goldfish seem to be quite con- him.
all over town, and visited everyone rence and his Hornet to lick the Brit' tented In captivity. This Is not the---
they khew. Then they consulted the 'Ishor. case with other varieties of fish For helping to straighten out the
papers and the dictionary aa remind- In his official report Lawrence Is re- which have not been bred in aquari- Chicago traction tangle an attorney
r s. Their mother saw thorem and corded as saying that the British ves- uns. When first confined fish are received $2,000 a month until the to.


,wondered wffat made them so Indus- sel surrendered at 5:40 p. m., mak- likely to be wild, though sooner or tal was $72,000, and then sent In a
trous. Beat of all, they were happy Ing the duration of the action fifteen later they quiet down and often be- supplemental bill for $200,000, relates
1ad never once thought of the rain minutes. This was a mistake, "but," come very tame. i the New York Ledger. Elther that
E tside. &iald OLawrence, "as my clerk got It The greatest trouble the goldfish was a terrible tangle or the lawyer
At the end of the hour Sue pro-i down 'fifteen' I thought that was farmer has to contend against arises Is richly endowed with the quality
g 4oedand read the following paper: short enough." from the snakes, cats, frogs and In. best described as "nerve."
S"Tbis Is a strange town, for most When the Peacock surrendered she sects innumerable, which all yearn to ---
I the people In It are named wrong; was so riddled 'with bullets that the destroy the goldfluh. A constant The Young Men's Lincoln Club of
t^I am very glad that most of them craptore found her slaklng. The Hor- watch for these pets must be kept. Five Points writes to The New York
L m'better than their names. net was only slightly damaged. The The sting of some infects will kill Tribune that it has sent out the fol-
M- The threeonleest people I know Ilritish loss was heavy, but the a goldfish in almost every Instance. lowing clroular: "Just fifty years ago
wrn gly named. Americans lost more mop trying to "nalke feeders" and other insects fly Abraham Lincoln entered Cooper
'" y vday teacher, Miss Stern, is al- save the British slalors from drown, close to the water in summer, sad, ,nlon a Western politiolan is the
Own"tl. My Ounday-school Ing than they did in the actual bat' when the tiny fish rise to the surface eyes of his audience; he left t#e
Miss Bangs, is quiet, and Mr. tie. In commentift on the battle a of the pond as in their habit, an egg plaoe as a national statesman. nFity
Is the tamest man In town. Halifax paper of the day said that "a is laid, or a sting inserted, by one I years ago today was Sunday; on tht
wple tfaily of Bachelors, vessel moored tor the purpose of es- of theoe watchful Ilsets. Either of day be visiatd a4 spoke to the
d40de "ta
t ha bs k t atal day bool of Pots
is do we ,a^ some A t t. odt 4o o# O TWo ThM" wetwo tor-" Lthe Si eof of stry." .
dey~ebol OrthoMI~oPotU Ho PemeU








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GT RUlS THAT PASILTH Po Zuleka waited until she should --The hh had threatened all
NOt." see some Indication that dinner ws day had broken at inhast; snow was

tOf fortfaling? In progress. In moving bout in the falling swiftly and the ground was
Ri tey Cd hare it with ca friend darkness he stepped In a light de- covered. Zuloeka did not use the
And hroue ad share t wrnth a friend, I reason In the ground and nearly drive. but sped arC:os the lawn. down
AId through all the IeIr- ef fsmine, iI. She t tfcl',,l at tWhe branches; of; overthe hank jndlthroiphie'grovv,
It shall serve the, to the etil. I huLsh artd aved herself. but :ae, ver the inik hnd through hr grove.
Love divinewill fill thy ore house r l sollng In her despair. llHer te(tr.,
ove divine wil ill hy Sore house, nsideral,. lnoIe,. In a tr n ment a Iand t0le 0n'w hilitetd her. SIhe trip-
eOr thy handful ill rowand the
Scanty fare for one will ot, ica for e .. 1tif *l e!1 :e('f'tinlt R h ed on an expose roo. t i.. a
Make. a royal feast fe.- two. I c b in )f he few steps. then finding herself pitch
keles. came duandn a hne l, t Iff lng he..dlong into a tree threw out
For the sreeart grow an rrichn, te giving- error her hands, one of them clasping that
All the h wealth grows living givrain; F trlo en, toward the entrance to the which she had kept hidden Po well.
-All Its wealth Is living grain; ., he'r one thought being to avoid There ws a deafening, crashing ex-
Seeds whbih mildew in the garner, There was a deafening crashing ex.
Se ttered,s w with old the plain.er, gettg knocked down by the brute ploson, and when men came running
Sthy burden, fill with ard and heavy i that pursued her. from the house to ascertain its mean-
Do thy tepa drand wearily? The commotion she made alarmed lag they found the tree tottering un-
Tlp to lift thy brother's burden- servants, and the butler threw certainly as it swayed in the wind,
God will hear both It and thee. open the door as' Zuleka came stum- its bole riven and shattered, and a
bling ,.p the steps. The man drove little distance away, where she had
the !do, away and hegan to unetion bern thrown by the coneuselolf, Zu.
lost as-1 weary on the mountains. awy nn( an to tion I ben thrown hv the concusaio, Zu-
Woult'.wt thou sleep amidst the eka, bt the glll was now so leka la' n:Ctionless, a huddled heap
oWt t hysterical ai she coull not have an- on the rapidly darkening snow.-

Chafe that frozen form beside thee, sweed hini had she understood his B(.ston Post.
A together both shall low. wor(is. Then the mill-master came
Art together both shall low. batforward Inquiring the cause of the ANGLER'S FEATHERED FRIENDS.
Art thoU wounded in life's battle? tumult.
-Many stricken 'round thee moan; .. ---
Many to tIcken 'round thee moan; t Nero was chain' her, sir," ex- Birds Found Along Course of Fishing
Andve to them thy precious ointment, ldlained the b1uter, "and I drove him Streams in England.
An that balm shall heal thineoff. But what for, sir, I don't know; Thethrushes have been singing
own. I can't get a word out of her., The thrues have been singn
"She an ekt w' od out f the r i." merrily of late, but these are not by
Is thy heart a well lift empty? i"Sh. o like d e o the mill far the only feathered riverside corn-
*None but God the void can fill; are you doing herv?" he demanded of panions of the angler at the present
Nothing but a ceaseless fountain Zuloka, suspi eon entering his mind. seraon.
Can its ceaseless longing fill. "..on't yoi l;iow you are trespass- Water heins are often to be o !et
Is thy heart a living power? ng?" with, and very tame and friendly they


Self-entwined, its strength sinks
low;
It can only live by loving,
And by serving, love will grow.
-Mrs. Elizabeth Rundl'3 Charles.


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+ OF

STHPIPEST, +

'+ By Elizabcth W. Gcrritson. +

,,+"++++++++++
Panting frqOL the exertion of her
wcram-ble through the thicket in the
rear of the g;,junds, and flushed with
excitement, Zuleka crouched in the
shadow of the shrubbery and wit-
nessed the home-coming of the mill
Waster al-1 his bride. Bitter malo-
dictions .birst int whispers from Zu-
leka's b-,*od-red lips, and her lbla(<
eyes, fltd with vengeful ha'reel,
glowed like living coals in the tiar<-
ness. For Zuleka, but a mere ato n
Is the great industrial enterprise
controlled by the miH master, iginor-
ant of the laws and customs of :he(
restless, rushing land of her adoption,
and unable to speak its language,
had lifted her eyes one day and seen
the great young man inspecting his
domains, and from that moment her
heart rioted with a love as tempe'tu-
ous as It was hopeless.
Soon it became know that the
mill meter was to -wei with one of
his own kind, and when Zuleka had
brooded over the news until des-
perate, Konefrki, who had ferreted
out her recr<,, came and 'whispered
Insidiously in her ear; Konefski. the
Bfery one, .hose utterances teemed
.with fierce invective, and whose al
logisnce to the red flag was strongly
hinted v. by many. It was for the
purpose of carrying out Konefskt's
devilish plan that Zuleka secreted
herself In the grounds of the mill
master's great house on the hill.
When the servants had finished
their greetings, and the returned
honeymooners had passed through
the great doors, Zuleka drew tighter
t he shwl that covered her raven
blaek hair, and, clutching to her
boaomA the deadly agent with which
Keaefski had provided her, changed
her iWeltlon to command a better
oiew of the dining room windows.
"When they sit at meat is the best
tie,'" advised Konefskl. "Then the
Iss of splendor and magnlpcence,
to "la which the souls of the labor-
* i aMfe around in te dust, will
.m frla about their ears as
IM -W to death. Tees, when
0I


At hiS iT nluiries Zul,,ka's 'howilder-
mnent in, reased and she began to
'plItter ",x(itodly in her native
ton i"W. Then the young bride Inter-
posed.
"iFranl,. don't." she pleaded earn-
estly: "the wer girl is too much up-
:'et. Le(.t tile lake her for awhile;
when she iF calmer you may ques-
tion her. Come," she said kindly,
taking Zuleka by the elbow, "you
must rest a little and take some re-
, f're.-hnicnt."
7uloka understood her manner if
niet h.'r '.'o'd:. and she allowed the
oung iniste ss; to lead her to a cosey
little ri oi, off the hall and seat her
in a (hair before the cheerful Ire.
lut when the imaid who had l'een
suminoneid tried to lay back the girl':
shawl, Zuleka protested so vigorously
that the woman, nothing loath, de
sisteel. 'lThn they gave her some.
thing to drink; Zuleka thought !1
must be wine-she had never taite'l
the like before. Under its soothing
influence her unreasoning terror su'.
!ided and loft her free to think hot?
best to tarr.* out her design. Fuigt:-
ing fatigue nd (closing her eyes, sh i
leaned h-bk in the chair as if t.)
.sleep. A cool hi.'nd was laid on hel
foreh(.ad, conveying to Zuleka, St
-pite of her hatred, a message *,"
(comj)paion and sympathy.
"She is exhausted," the milstre-ir
said to the maid. "You may go no v,
Marle. I will remain here until tie
poor girl Ia rested."
After a timo Zuleka opened I er
eyes an( looked cautiously around.
The mill master's bride sat on lthe
other sid- of the fire gazing dreamn-
ingly into the flames. Now was a
good ti,t*, here in this room, v as
the tho( ght that came to Zuhl'a.
She ha.1 (1lavyed too long as it was
Was shI then a child to be upset by
a little (x,.iteinent? She knew OLat
in this rlnall place she herself wild
go, too. jlit what of that? She las
ready.


Zult*-p. sat upright in her ctr.lr,
her L-hi~wl loosened, her hand ruady
with the thling that was hidden there,
and bent her body slightly to go t a
freer movement. Then she remem-
bered the other's kindness, felt sLain
the touch of the gentle hand on her
forehead. No one was ever so gen-
tlo with her before. She drew in her
breath sharply. All the hatred and
sullenness left her heart. She no
longer desired to kill and destroy.
All sDl wanted now was to flee and
burl Konefski's accursed implement
into the river before temptatlmi
could return. She sprang to her feet
and rushed through the ball, pait
the gaping servant before that Indi-
vidual could gather together his witi,
She wrenched open the door aed
darted out late the alsht.


are at time. iHere and there that
expert fish catcher and diving bird
the lesser grebe is encountered; king-
fishers, uttering their shrill alarm
note, flash by as the angler spins
for plko or float fishes for roach, the
wtly heron is noted in the distance,
rooks and wood pigeons are in the
same meadow, and often enough a
gay cock pheasant boldly struts from
the coppice hard by in close prox
iilty to whore the angler is seated
and has a bite.
Of course there- are many other
b'rds, wildfol and guls, for in-
sf ance, whi ch the angler not ices,
l(nd up the Tha.mes, owning to strict
preservation the kingllish-rs are grow-
lg* quite numerous. Three and four
and s;imetilaaes as may a.- h.iif a d'o/.
e( of these brilliantly plumaged i
birds are now often seen in the
course of a day's fishing.
Dabchicks or lesser grebe are also
fast on the Increase in the Thames
valley; in fact they are becoming too
plentiful from an angler's point of
view, owing to the iinm iense num-
ter of fish they destroy. Some of the
i,ulls when very hungry will swoop|
down on the angler's pike bait, and
In this way several have hooked
themselves and been caught -West-
iinster G(azette.

Resurrection of Messina.
'The resurrect .)in of Messina will
be only yiother illustration of how
difficult it is to destroy a city which
sits on h trade route, or which bye-
comes a center or school of industry.
C'omnierlal cities rise or declined


with tra.le routes. Venice began to
lose its orilmary with tli discovery
of the '1pl)e of G(ood llope rotito to
India. Nevertheless it was not ruin-
ed and though its population is but I
three-fou.'ths of that It had when it
"held t1.1he gorgeous east in fee." it.-
inhabitants today number 150,000.
The /iudomen of the French revolu-
tionl do'-reed that ILyons should be no
more. They leveled tho city which
had resisted then to th* ground;
they wiped out Its name and in a
dozen years Lyons the center of the
silk :jidustry the great distributing
point of the region, was what it had
been before the terrorists turned it
into ruins. Today it is the third city
of Pr'ance. A great Sun Franclsco
looks out on the Golden Gato, despite
the catastrophe of 1906. Cities are
stubborn facts. It has been said that
if Yew York wero overwhelmed the
necessity of the United States would
compel the reconstruction of a great
*ity where the Hudson reaches the
sea.-Boston Transcript.

Gas lighting has recently been
boomed tn Japan, and some ten aew
qemeaales are to be floated.


The Si',e of th~e Moon.
A s :-( '(Ali 11.1, if ii 1.4111 11 t*, 1I14e
ectv :L (V .III, ()! %,Ili wI ii. led ut
To'e Ilillivit 4'C n a -'''I! :t ccl t :i
(Ii jaimet ceI, f 1,4):1I ite Ii I'
Ye~lgcli ie' I hatt te 2 l2:'

tilie sky ii abolit 110 fee t It his cci
taiuithat ar-tist,~; usually IrepIcr.-;vnt till
mnoon muuch too large- in sizt' -In I hEir
paint ings. Oeccasiouiall the-'v ';r'
qent tIt iin e v;'ii ii sc' li4'esW I ith i'
!'(cl'ns tuirle'4id,? W I I -,"elj -d () Ii
t,1) %va I.dl ii1c-re:'Is lI&''. 111112 1 L.\ ,~'1
:'eint aWt;l)' frelimfi ths-Iln I 'Jlle'1ti1i41
P' igullat' Size o W li: ii clvis i t hc llt hf
a dv4' I-e'E,--() t hat it call al V.1 \ s 4' ('CT)
realt-iI behiriinda I- ad lpen'cil hIeld at
ovir'ii s lc'iis ii Ariis.

Follow Your Nose-
M~al~e th iecns4' a mtfI ofle reiiian no:p,


Ill(8.i I feit rI'l!I ~and i I I g4 .1.'e1uIs Iv so't
for rva,'e1 t4) t'e'('E'i'.vi- l il l-,, 111,1
ab1( I t ld ii mc-M 41# liesMe' aandl sc-iou-;
to-tI'-injiiicei ai ill all nlatuit'.'. til
Iles it I e I le II IIIlnc il i I.- 1)i I-. 'q

4tli --' c el-,, t'Il~l, 2fill.. fillie 1) \'t 11 il I
1 d I it' t ital 1124' jjjit 11(m 4'' IlO dl 11
11114111 'o hle .. 4c'lt o', iiiecf't'e'II Vet.11(1d '
kee;Owfmle' o (m ~iIel (I hllii; thatt al

Vress..


In the Evolutionary Process.
'lThe n;imal biologie matiil for ierti
t,) tioil hlad gr'at bI)ul in gOril.a.
like' uniImps on hi head a*ail face', but
hid small I1o.1'0 a ,nd f ''orehead. ilt
hlijpernatural I iianl iiras .1 c larsl:'
('colutIIIInar nIeI lcsup)orI in'" a n-ollo
bro w lioth ariiii.b- nilemi of higher
life a id fit sH;. bol4 of O gentl' i-s and
proprIlety I'nhappl ly, ,oIi' have t ho
faco jf a (Grei'k goi anid the brain
of "f the 'Man" of S).' who was th?
posse.sso~ of nei oe f tli! llo(.-t al1i lent
akul' < ls in ie ,kjowe s all) thing about.
-Nt'c, York I'r's.s.

A Hope.
l';E l r womiian live ili hoi that
the wixt Christmula is going to bo the
one when her husband will be rich
enough to surprise her with a dia.
moad ring. .


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",* The Right to Plunder.
If one is Interested in the study
of human nature, he may learn a
great deal about It from a study of
the trusts. IlHe can see men who
would not think of going into an alley
and waiting for a man to pass, to
1:nowk him In the head and rob lilm,
us cruelly taking people's money
away from them through a trust. It
is one way of making peace with
your conscience and your God. There
are lots of men In the churches who
would be ashamed to look their
fellows in the face If they were to
rob them, yet by hiding behind a
creature of the law, a trust, they can
rob their fellows and still look those
fellows in the face without blushing.
it pi')ply shows what men will do
\\heu 1hey1 can dol) it without 'runnilLng
any risk of getting in the i penilt'n
tiary, and while still retaining the
iespc't of their fellows.---Dayt(i
News.

Noses of Our Ancestors.
Ancient white vtan ha.l immense
hony buttres!-e.. lile a hillygoat'-i
hulginz out above hil-; throws, lh,
had brow and1 n)o rfto:ehald. nid n o
hotly bridge' of the ll'' n I ) speoalik #f.
So when Hichl' an g \rnl.t!onlal gr; i-
daddy got a )'so:-k(l)a1; r over 1 his
4-"es atid noE) \\ ii h i L -'t r 1c I 1)
It didn't n ui'h ni a,' r 2 I' sli noi '
hal\ e to have thi Yriil:, f hi, h n '
raised by a siIt,'i aI l le iinlv r, '' I
iihave tii.- e > paint ,l 1 i' a "b' : '. *
artist Th'I sa kini iof < ii!'''i:
today would not only s''iil a; !l;ii'
looks for lif.', l)itt nii;:lIt end 1 liiii
then and there. It 14 p;ir't.y ',!,,'
that. tile white U, i':s no-e' i a t "i'
of thle whit,, it 11' nin:ll in c'v r:'
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~PROSPERITY


NOW $2.80,
formerly $2.75


has braeght with It lirm advanees IN
the prlees of nearly aml ma 1ouf8ed
artlem, but, s usual, we have pre-
pared ourselvesoo to one for our rapo
Idly Inereaslng buelasee without ad.
vanoing priest In meet of our lines

A Solid Car La d of Im ld
as well as thousands of dollar' werth
of other goods bought before the re.
cent advansee, has Just arrived, and
we are better prepared than ever be-
fore to continue er polloy of Ilving
you better values than you ean get
elsewhere.


Our wI business Increased more than 0 per sent over that of 1000-
S a there's a reason-we saved our patron meney on their purehbue
Swe help you to save during It10o


J. H. Yelverton, Jr.
Furiture, Stovoo and Refrlgra$ors
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NOUV Aslu


i W4 KnMW ThrfriH
and address we would send you a aw of Our 1910 Fl
Almanac. Give us the number of res and o ype codaitis.
We want you to have the almanac because it has in kIthee i.
formation that should be in all good almanacs.
that b hN aN. It gives a lot of Fertilizer facts and terse
information about the growingof crops that is a g because
it is valuable when applied.
We are justified in asking you to send us your ame aad
address, in that we believe it would be mutually poitble for
you to have a copy -f it hI ish,n M1 ."

The one vital thing about any fertilizer is:
"What will it de fir thi trP"'
Whoe you b re Imm u"a lt Itk M W r
Ywr Ind ml d k ftC 7 m lbd p rw.
In ordering tell us the chancter of your land
and name the crop. Wha you buy seed, you
want to get what you buy. Whea you buy
Fertilizer you ought to get oae that will e-are
the purpose intended.
AISree i woIa ie1d10lri rAener h. i
Send for the 1910 Florida Almaac sow.


Negative and Positive.
He who is silent is forgotten; he
who abstains is taken at his word;
he who does not advance falls back;
be who is overwhelmed, distanced,
crushed; he who ceases to grow
greater becomes smaller; he who
leaves off, gives up; the stationary
condition Is the beginning of the
end-It is the terrible symptom
which preceedes death. To live, is to
achieve a perpetual triumph; it is
to assert one's self against destruc-
tion, against sickness, against the
annulling and dispersion of one's
phyaosia and moral being. It Is to
will without ceasing, or rather, to re-
fresh one's will day by day.-Amiel's
Journal.
Weavers of Old.
More than 8,000 years ago, as tiles
and marbles from Nineveh show,
splendid fabrics were being produced
for the adornment of the palaces of
the mnge of Assyria, and every Or-


-8sh8. tob^eM. Amsse O001
h eF I Wo Wdmteo
Kt ars of Vmanu fo r worried
by report wlehich they have received
fftm Rauian soWrees inlkatieg that
the CUar's Goversment will put lnto
effect is the next month or two a
oW' plan for controlling the indus-
try and more than doubling the
,prime. The relnories which are In
the Maiden lane district get more
tia, 65 per cent. of their crude
platinum from the Urar Mountains.
Under the plan upon which the
Rssilane have been working for a
year all the platinum will e .refined
in their country.
The commission appointed by the
Russian Government nearly a year
fgo was directed to submit a re-
port and to recommend a minimum
price at -which the refined platinum
may be sold In the next year. The
eommilsion Is said to have agreed
upon a price of 2,100 rubles, or $710,
for a pound of platinum comprising
83 per cent of the pure metal.
The refineries in New York are
now selling pure platinum for $29
for a Troy ounce, nearly 50 per cent.
more than the price of gold. The

rice of plainum has gone up $5
an ounce In the last year and the
refiners say that It is sure to go
much higher, Irrespective of the ac-
tion of the Rrssian commission.
All the refiners say that the con-
sumption of platinum has vastly in-
creased in the last three years. At
one of the largest refineries it was
said that fully 200 per cent. more
platinum is now being used than ever
before and that the consumption is
now much greater than 4he produc-
tion of the mines. The refiners are
buying platinum scrap from all pos-
atble sources so as to remelt it and
use It for the current demand. It
is figured that 40 per cent. of the
platitm sold in the last year by re-
fners was the remelted scrap.-New
York Sun.


SN Use.
There was once a man who had a
great scheme of philosophy to pro
pound. He became so engrossed In
his Idea that be allowed his hair to
flourish' unrestrained, wore out-ot
date clothing and generally weat
around in a slipshod manner.
"Humph!" said those who heard
this. "He Is only posing. He
doesn't mean what he says."
So he had his hair cut and acquul-
ed clothing of the latest style and
pattern. Having remodeled himself
thus, once more he started forth to
spread his new doctrine.
"HUmph!" said the same people.
"He is only bluffing. He does*t
know what be is talking about."
This shows us that the best way to
bto a philosopher is to do it by mail
-Chicago PosL


ental Mug beoome a magio carpet Unllfelike Folk In Fletin,.
when one realise bow through the A critle writes: "There naov
leos days of the long centuries these were such persons on earth as MI-
simple people have been weaving In cawber and Mrs. Qamp and Petak
with the colors of the Jewel and the sniff! We know that there ever
rainbow the sunshine and shadow of were such people as Dom Quisote,
their own ltves. How much of ro- Sancho Panssa and Panurge; an
manes and happiness, how much of therefore, they enchant us. We are
tears and sighing, have one to the enthralled by them, not in spite ad
tying of the myriad knots or follow- the fact, but because of the fact that
od the flying shuttle on its journeys under no conceivable cramstuaatss
to and trol-New York Press. can we ever meet such beings ti the
S --_ lesh." Didn't Dickens say that some
Pen and PapeW people oa being introoded to him
"Paper," whether of rags or of the very first thlng asked: *Do e
wood pu, still takes Its name from really believe say sucha m essted
the papyres A "book" is the beech, as Io and S o?' snai" _me
tQ6 wooden rod on which our fore- Diekoo's ta te4or. IMV MiIYsaW
hers ot their runic letters. And Dkens, thee people we as
a "paois" I still by derivation "pen. like the a hamter toy *dd2
el-S" a Mttle tails having been MSt as sIts sIe fioeI M me
aal h nu o ot the Rm to be like another.-Now Tork Pes.
lantes brutash.-Landoem (ChrmnIel


Tre Wit.
Wit eosista lo kaowla the resem*
e f tha whk h differ, and the
ol tlns whle a alme.


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a Japamsom wo a d mNtoe
ed by hNo &t d the Wntos~
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met. at o c 1 *o WethM
that; he 0 ta to "Mit. ile .
US IS better WA N he j 6
let him look tOat hr is as geod
could be. If he is a od, Ot
him distribute alms. If he Is a
brute, let him have the streI sM
silence and endurance., it 4I#
abshort often and hbis heart flts l
him aim high, and cheer another a
where he cannot go. If the omas I*
lost, even-yet are gamos ever lot-
leot him look on serenely as oe t
has no further stake In the game it Ihe
is the prey from time to t!a. o4
something all too like desalr, lot
him have the eouarae of despair. in
brief, we may all have. If we will, tA
qualities of our defecta. Indoleo0o
may turn Into repose and Impatenoe
Into wit, gratitude e bo r of help
leasness and noble prudence of I.
noble fear, sympathy grow out .0f
weakness and protecting care out o
selfishness. Life is like passlo;
we can not change the piece, b-t
we can change them stout till tho
pattern is plain and the colos ha'-
monious.-Harper's Weekly.
Great Value of Insest study.
Dr. Henry Skinner delivered a Il-
lustrated lecture on entomology #t
the Academy of Natural oleneoos,
Philadelphia. He said: "There are
385,000 known species of Iasects, dl&
vided into 172,000 beetles, 60,000 but-
terflies and motbhs, 65,000 ants, bees
and wasps, 44,000 flies and 338,000
bugs. .They are of interest on ac-
count of the extraordinary beauty of
some and their interesting anatomy,
and as objects for the elucidatUio of
many important biological pr6blemS.
Trom the economic standpoint they
are most Important, as In the United
States alone the yearly amount of
damage from Injurious specides will
reach a billion dollars. Many fatal
diseases are carried to human beolan
by insects, and in this relation alome
they are of very great interest to
man and their study becomes 0
necessity."


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Leaftlme.
SMate Phtum Of, m mI
a tPhe "et bak of the St.
(melnt a~et breU tut ossti
*. JAM river, whish ts em066
11ktdie at this pft.
-~ <(&ty at S.00). M iles from
6 A0Wa5ln aiad M&t mal
IbMa lwmv=olee,
i tera ls of a branch ol tho
dea 0ast Coast Rallway. The d o
*A bea threequarter of a m1s0
*o the river wharf.
Advantages and Attractions.
Saa Mateo has good helped road
Md l&es of hard sidewalks. Beautl*
al wateroaks Hae both sides of
'0tpe, asd meat evefhes4 In many
Tw oedarcoes, public and private
Shos, telegraph, telephone, express,
amy order postoffle, three malls
Wy9, meat market, two general
or-e, who take orders and deliver
ft- at your door, weekly paper.
fie iace Is incorporated. The
state and county taxes are about 20
mills on about one-third valuation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tue.
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florlda fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Plaoe,
sin winters; states eight to tea dol-
hIs per week; $.00 day.
Six thousand people west through
the San Mateo Pruit Company's grove
berm last a s.
* Ooe of the best advantaeM 8=
Mateo enjoys is transportation; baeag
* both river and rail an andvantas
that few Plorlda points enjof. A rd.
cent season, for instance, railroads
and terminals at Jacksonvile' were
more than congested and fruit ship.
pod from points down the central
par of the state was, In some eases.
three weeks letting to Jacksonville,
m aoute to northern markets, and
M not bring eough to pay freight.
while San Mateo shippers, at same
Uwr, would ship from here one day
sad have trait go out of JeksavilUe
an the Clyde ship the net. This l t-
tle matter that seaon alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the San
Watoo growers aad the hommeeker
will do well to bear In mind trans
potaUsa and cheap rate that come
with oumpetition, la seleetlag a lor
ld loseasie
The population Is about UO, who
Sma inljy from the northeramstates.
As a clas they are men of man=s,
Wuuir &W and soolable. Have a bet,
ta elsae of homes than can be foun4
Smany plase la the south of Its sa".
The buatMags kept painted ad
pounds In 0ood order.
Nealthfulnem.
On aseoent qf its high altitude,
. is 3o healther spot ina Florida
lr all the year round or for the win-
i vTlstors For those who corn to
isrsda on account of health, many
fd this higher altitude, dry sad
s7 air Is better than the lower.
M rank air found in salt water

The priaeople esnlaem is orane
pwla. lea 4W ars tn pV
e hersa, sd as this prove p.6
Shis Uses is met mus atteaaes Bald
er ereps although there are
t~w~ pmg *g


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Dxtra In


Extra


Fine Paints
Oil, Varniahe and Wall Paper.
CoQalbia Graphophemu rsn MAi



Gainesvlle orsldes

Growers of Budded and Graftned P
S Tr ek o best staderd varetesu;
hUry wages e tardy took, Se
pew vM patlm san feres. ruit
aM rMUSWtM trees, shrubs. ete.
Ea pr esalt4 em aeo.


S. GR VES, Prop.
som


60 sad hbeg em- to be profh
As as iUstsnto for prot in a t goo
SNOng grove, Mr. B. r. D ey. from
I than even acres last season.
dipped $UO0 worth of frmit
loil.
'Te San Mateo orange crop this
season Is estimated at 0S.000 boas;
2Sat for Putnam county at 400,000
boxes.
The county is now building at Pa-
sltka a $88,000 court house; a bridge
one mile long, costing $48,000, con-
necting this section with our county
feat, and will spend at once $100,000
on hard roads.
The soll varies a great dea t! fr
high pine to low and high hammock,
all within a mile. so that lands for
may purpose or crops can be secured.
San Mateo can be reached from
Jacksonville by Florida East Coast
railway or Beach and Miller line
steamers (see time tables clsewhcr*
It this prtper). The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive here about 10
p. a. so do not ndvtse this routo.
Pare B. A M. line $1.25; railroad $2
from Jacksonville.
Launch Rainbow leaves Palatka
every afternoon at I.TU. Lucas line
steamers 330 p. m., every day but
Sunday.
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays,
and three trains daily on FP. E. C
hallway. rare from Palatka 25 eeatp
May route. 9

11 ]SPPAlING PVMP
Crestlino u "uDnsne" ba '
1 me.id bras cylinders. Cal
be used as all-round pump.
Write for free circular. Ask
for Information on any
spumplan problem. We make
umrn i a for all uses.
CRK3TLINK MFG. CO..
Crest ins, Ohio.
Pumps, binks, Hose.



R. S. Mooney
Suocesar to W O Snow & Co.



=1l AER AND
Furniture


I?'P- J UPPLILB.
Inm 'f. NM door Kennerly.
Lames street. hardware Oft
PALATKA, FLA.


E. E. DODGE,
PALATKA.


Diamond Ring, Pins, etc.


Alligtor Leather Bags


Hamilton, Elgin and Waltham Watches


EVENTUALLY


YOU WILL USE


armour Fe rilizers.


WHY NOT NOW?




Manufactured In Jacksonville.


Sales Agent,


Keeps Windows Clear.
During prolonged cold spells in
winter a great deal of annoyance is
caused shopkeepers by the accumula-
tion of frost on the Inside of their


S. W. ROWLEY.


windows, thus obscuring their view.
TAls sl the result of the condensation
and freezing of the warm air fr(uu the
store when it comes into contact with
the cold window. A Pennsylvania
man has Invented it a ventilating device
which solves this difficulty. Holes
are bored diagonally through the top
sash of the window, slanting down-
ward. Inside is a strip that acts as a
deflector, and runs along the length
of the window at the top. As the air
enters the perforations it strikes this
deflector, and following the tendency
of cold air to sink ls spread along the
Inner surface of the window pane,
thus neutralizing the effect of the
I warmer air that enters the window
from the store. This device detracts
In no way from the appearance of a
show window. Indeed, the deflector
can be made to be ornamental.
The Modern Way.
"Fortune no longer knocks at a
man's door," remarked the moralizer.
"That's right," rejoined the de-
moralizer. "One must have an ele0-
trio doorbell if he wants to be la the
push."-Chlcago News. .. .


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SMITH, The Jeweler


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Everything inW hmm Mill ISuppi~es ca iedni stock heme.
Wie haw~ the largest and meot cown
pICt~hU 1140Of MCHINERY aridMILL.,'IL
PLIE8.SN Tht- SOUTH, BuT ILE M___d
QR-AWCOUR OWN OFFPIE ftCORPB
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Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
M all description. Undertakers and Brbalmes.
Jtt arrived oomplese Ie Crockery and China Tablewas lbm
w&M Toilet Beto, Odd Pleos China Olasuwara Lampe,


Best and Cheapest


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on =e_-- O'tvr

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0. A. VANuCSY,
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S EABO ARD
SIR LINE RAILWAY
X Sayannah, Golumbia, Camden, St ptbern
S PlIes0 Raultb Richmond. Washington,
Baltlmo*, Philadelphia, New VoL k.
THREE LEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
Seaboard Florida Limited
Seaboard Express *
Seaboard Mall g

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
The SBIABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. *lud Pullman VestibulId
train, 8t. Augustine and Jack sonville to New York via Richmond a
and W iablaston. Dining car (a la carte service), Double Drawing
I Room, Sleeping Cars, State Room and Observation Car. Leave St.
Augustine 11 0 a. m.and Jacksonville 11:65 p. m. dally, Including W
Sunday .
* er tull information and eleper reservations, call on y aent l,
Seaboard, or write:
8. 0. BOYLTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
JAOKSONVILLU, FLORIDA.
teO....*. aa* goeSglowggo


Wilson & Toolaer Fertilizer Compay
Jacksonville, Florida.


P'opOdwm A Aare giving greatest satisfaction to ouar
FrOm CkIWlm NWR ia hundreds of customers In Florida.
They always grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.
Ag lIn planting groves now, think of the
SI I future. THE SUCCE88 OF YOUR IN-
VBSTMNT depends on the trees you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE, but
eome to .
aAgs r Treeas guaranteed to arrive at destina-
mi HItlon in good order. If they don't, we
replace them. NO WHITE FLY.
ADDRESS .. w ,
0. W. CONNER, Prop.


V4 YANGEBXMNE


FLORIDA.


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106-112 FRONT ST, PALATKA.


Why Stay North and Freeze?


BYRLYN


PLACE


MATEO


And spend the winter out of doors, and you will come agalIn
If you want to rent a cottage, write us; we have them furnlhed, da4d
ready to move In. Byrlyn Place. (mee advertisement nla this paper) eas
not be beaten In Florida for a board Ing houn. Write-.


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.w~od~qP"add 3 V"yowad& a uPO6urawsaw& makb b d. lstabs
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COMFORTABLE BOARDING HOUSE
OPENS OCTOBER FIRST, 1Ws.
HEALTHY, high pine woods coun try. Convenient for side trip- to t.
Augustine and all Mast Coast points. Oclaklavaba and St. Johns River
steamers can stop at the wharf. 000 HUNTIG and fishing; guides an&
doe can be had ona short otUce. I
Muse Is situated in" -ore Or bgse rpve, one block from depot, 84
alle Irom River. 4 soresa Orange Oroves at San Mateo.
ttes: I$.00 to 113.00 pe week; 02.00 per day. For reeervatiem
wrt .
DR. J. E. COCHRANE, Manager
YALATIE, N. Y.
AFTER OCTOBER 15T, VN MATKO, FLORIDA.

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ON REAL ESTATE.


LONO TIME,


EASY PAYMENTS,


RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED.
The Jackson Loan a Trust Coe,


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W. A Ts. Ipeolal Atvure, No. 1--
ror spring application on orange
trees, and fore rt application on wa.
termelons, vegetables, etc. Nothing
produoee more vigorous growth and
It fairly glues the young fruit to the
citrus trees.
eomlnole Tree grower.-The one
strictly chemical orange tree growing
formula on the market. A happy
combination of our W. A T's. Special
Mixture, No. 1, and the fruit and vine
formulas."
Peruvian Orange Tree Grower.-.
The highest grade formula made with
Peruvian Guano as an exclusive base.
Raw Ground Bone.--A very large
supply just received.
Ideal Results from Ideal FertllzerM.
-An attractive souvenir showing the
results gained by Industry and IDEAL
METHODS. Write us your needs.


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l*, giat soldiers hfend
M- I S agalst the sky,
1 ie Nad battallomed and clothed
S ma i0P and majesty.

.WI g aN s s mighty bayonets
pit do cloeaf to fiuf
Like spread nA to

The dews and mists of night.

The stars are camp-lights *gleaming
far
Above each rugWe column,
And Iees are epaulets astir
Upon each shoulder solemn.


The streams that hasten to the
plains
With never-eaMilng prattle
Are scouts to tell the valley folk
The hills will fight their battle;

Por, when the winds arise and sweep
From off far northern boulders,
The faithful hill guard turns the blast
With firm, defiant shoulders.

T" ough heat and cold or drenching
rain,
SThrough fair or cloudy weather,
hough Wplume and epaulet are lost,
-.The" otill qtard hrMt to-other.
--From the Christian Register.


*- For Her. +


+ By ANNA YORKE. +

"Ah, she Is a delight," Rand mur-
mured, half aloud, as from the gate
post he adoringly regarded little Mar-
got And she was indeed a delight to
look upon, there in the old garden.
her pale yellow gown contrasting
with the green of the foliage, the
pun shining full upon her dark, un-
covered hair. She was gathering
powers. Across one shapely armi
drooped a mass of long stemmed tea
roses, which, beautiful as they were,
Looked almost colorless beside little
Man got's cheeks, deeply flushed from
stooping and from the many thorn
pricks which her slender fingers were
sustaining.
At last k e had enough and stood
ereot, Rand smiled in anticipation of
the moment when she would turn
around and see him. How surprised
she would be, thinking him hundreds
f miles away! He was totally un-
pared for what happened when
he did see him. The roses dropped
Sfrom her arm, the color vanished
from her cheeks and there was no
wetoomisg smile in her eyes. In-
t4 here was an expression of
dased incredulity that perplexed
,Rand beyond measure. He hurried
.owr'ard thinking her about to fall,
but she waved him back.
'Tou-you-dared to come-here!"
'she gasped, angrily. "You mean to
Iatludl yourself upon him now when
you t know that he is helpless
a--dying?" The last word came
wth 0imcuty. "Oh, you are much
Mwrse even than I thought you!"
"Why, lUttle Margot, I am sure I
don't understand--"
"Don't presame to address me!"
Mhe tamped one foot angrily upon
the Pravel path. "If my father dies,
I sall hold you his murderer!"
Sai shranW back aghast and lifted
one hAi apoeallngly. "Yes, his mur-
dea! Tou are responsible for 4s1
nsmati.m Not content with robbing
hm of his fortune, you could not
vs spare him his bonor Oh, I
be heard all that was necessary
6 kaw what you are. (My father
p o and made you his part-
mer, gai return for his kinays
au andered evry eeat of his
fto tw Dngham aaIr, ruina
th sa" evm hbtiag that he had
b hsbl deta Ma t But
. hbem hM sv a e to show
how W i .M Oh, r0e, herd


r ^ to met ,U I tM s y l -
Shd M red sad ed Intothe
unmindful of the roses strewing the
path. Rand picked up one moechaasle
tly and placed ,It In his pocket, thi
followed her slowly. He was not ir
plexed now-little Marot had
planned fer attitude too well for that
* but her denunciatlon stager- i him
and filled him with n over'whelnttl
misery. lie paused at the poh to
gain control of himself, then rang the
bell and gave his card to the servant
who opened the door. She ushered
him into the library, and bore his
card up stairs, to return shortly with
the announcement that "Mr. Wynne
will see young. sir, but the nurse says
you are to be very careful."
The old banker lay with his eyee
,-losed as If in sleep, and Rand, look-
ing at his wan face, was startled at
the change In him. He tiptoed soft-
ly to the bedside and touched the
withered hand lying outside the cov*
erlet. At his touch the dying man's
eyes opened wide. "Rand." he gasp-
ed feebly, "have you forgiven me?"
"Yes, Mr. Wynne, I have, indeed,"
Rand assured him, his voice tremb-
ling with pity. "Long ago." And
then he went on, quickly; "I came to
tell you that I have been left a for-
tune. which I offer you to pay off the
debts which we-"
"Which I incurred." put in the old
man. huskily. "Oh. Rand, why have
you taken all the blame of thil
thing? Why should you shield a mis-
,rable wretch like me? Why did you
(do it, Rand "
"I did it for little Margot, Mr.
Wynne. I thought it would break her
heai t to know of your disgrace, as
she would Inevitably, vince even this
little house would have to be sacri-
lired, and in order to make an in-
\entory of your pro-irty they would
have to come here-to this dear
place-and they might say some-
thing, and, oh, it would kill her! On
the other hand, here in this little
village, where she never sees a city
newspaper, I thought it possible that
she would never know anything about
the affair at all, if I took the blame.
It was the better way, and Mr.
Wynne-I :love little Margot very
dearly."
"Good Heaven, what a cur I am!"
The old man rat up quickly, then
overcome with pain, sank back again.
"Oh, Rand, I didn't know. She did
hear something about It-God knows
how-and she came to me for an ex-
planation, and I told her-I couldn't
do otherwise, with her honest, star-
tled eyes on me-that you did it."
"Yes, I know," Rand said quietly.
"I saw her-in the garden."
Suddenly the old man touched the
bell which had been placed near him
to call the nurse. The latter ap*
peared almost instantly. "Miss Nel-
son, I wish to have my daughter sent
here immediately." The nurse noted
with alarm his unnaturally bright
eyes and the Increased pallor of his
face, yet Instinctively she went to
obey him. He watched her go, then
writhed suddenly In intense physical
agony, after which he lay quite still.
Little Margot came then and stood,
hesitating, in the doorway. Rand
said nothing, respecting her wish not
to be spoken to by him, and she
swiftly crossed the room to her fath.
er's side.
Suddenly she sobbed in terror, for
a glance revealed the fact that he
was dead. For a moment she stared
in awful despair at the lifeless face,


then turned, strangely calm, towards
Rand, who longed to take her In his
arms and comfort her.
"There Is nothing else you can do
to him now, murderer, so you had
better go." Her tone was Icy. Rand
watched her dumbly as she turned
again to her dead. For a wild meo
ment he would have told her all-
she was so very, very dear to him-
then, without a word, he did her
bidding.-Boston Post
It l't wise to burn your bridges
behind you, warns the Philadelphia
Record, unless you have them lured.


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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has bheu
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All Counterfelta, Imitations and "Just-na-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against IperMinent.

What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
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The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

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for. Respectfully, caudiSate fr Sbe
JOHN P. WAL4 of Putnam 4900ty, Disttilt No. A.|
SI thmk you Cw past vms,
SFo Rprsontatlva. aWl er Pmy uL -n
STo the Democratic Voters of Putnam the dds l Iatsts ofJ Se.
County: jtrlct, County and State. I have
I hereby announce my eandidac heoreWto n done the U 1 I ve
for Representative of Putnam ooutr knaowna, ad shall contnstu to do so
Sin the approaching primary,4 al shold 7ou e t to givet me the
would app iate the sup t of my poitita in the coming primary eleo
S friends and fellow citizen. tlo. Yours truly,
Very respectfully, J. H. GREEN.
W. B. MIDDLETON.
Pomona, Fla. r emty C ,ommlsioner.
At the solicitatlo of many friends,
To the Voters of Putnam County: I hereby announce myself as a candle
I wil be a candidate is the sp- date to reprol at O Dtrt No. I oB
proachsg primary for the owAe of the Boad of o06MsyCommistloners.
It Representative e svo to rthe b at I v o to my dis-
My platform is the Etoniah Dralnaae, trict and Owc ty to the Tey 0bt of
and that IMpies agrlceUe ad pub my ability, ad I bope that I aa
tr ic inlwm.ents. .i.1stfully, merIitred NlOCtion. Thanking one
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Plorabome, Pla., ura es of slne*e app mo o
the same, I am Very rpetfuy
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the democratiW primary. Believing i lL

ars_,_ my tn .....ie With public m -
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a ient of my constituency will be of I m the
Sgeial beseat and with an earnest b are of
to d eo you, I respectfully so-
s support If nominated and Fifty Thousand d anrreward ftr
Select my veio best eEwrt m wli be any person In tohe United statewho.
i tve the ftatores Putnmn has never hiead of
duenty, an I shall be ever mindful PLANK1 CHILL TONIC.
Sto guard, to the very best of my abl- It's gguaraped to -re Malara,.
-Ity, the welfare of the people. Chill, Fever,. Colds and irlp.
-Very respecttuUy, Guarateed to cure a cold nl o ne
S ,WNRKY 8. McKWNZi. al ght, la rippe in thee. Tale tde
place of calomeL Your money bweek
STo the Democratic Voters of Putnam it t does not
County: -
I, will be a candidate in the ap The M f the Air
proacbbhg primary for the Ofe W1 Ins the germ of IrippMe tbha, brath.
SRpresentative the LeA, 4 bt. a *ft to t.
for which oce I ruPtuUl~l atei r 1 er fot a we a n, n-
your support. In the event of y osewm.s, lk of Ipe tI eeN y a n4
election as one of yogry ropre aw m with disordered liver and
,tivoe I will strive easraW y to srve knI s. Th greatest ne t is
your Interests and thaws ** state Electri@ Bitters, th* eplesid toee,
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