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- SAN MATEO, FLA., OCT. 8, 1910.
Pablishd wkly, $1.00 Tler.
Si ent was a visitor in Palat-
S .L Ramsey has gone to Oeorgia
*to visit his mother who is danger-
s ously ill.
C. A. Beaman and family, of Fish-
kllUon Hudson will occupy the
P ink cottage afgaQ this wiuter.
Mrs. M. Ib. Howard has returned
jo her home In Jaoksonville after a
?t mu>^ er Bridgewater, Mass.
SJp' P -Co., of Patatka issn
th te tretfor tin-roofla the W.
io resideinoent the east end.
A. Y. Hard in charge of Nash
IDols tank construction for the
r proves made a brief business
Two ratr men arrived for the tank"
work tbhf week and It is progressing
Ssteadlly if not silently. It's a nice
nay bi#Iness and couldn't live near
l -w R[oe.
A9fpigsr factories help, Palatka is
ng a boost. They keep coming.
Ytfttown is overflowing witfl cigar-
Smakmrs. They make big wages and
et t new money is circulating in
the Gmi City.
"IMhe Kate L. Lumas, of Palatka,
i1bveier Annual Fall ana Win-
a ug of S1illinery and Fancy
,iv O on Wedaosday and Thursday
SOt. 4L and 18th. A obrdial wel-
Some is extended to the public to at-
S IMd on the above dates.
| Itka A* tio Association
I" re"sivhg subslo ons for a stock
u eoanmpey to ereoot club house onI
-," heriver bank at tho foot of Kirk-
, Jd M*ree. h'boe ity has granted
S. Ao1 11n f s Se of the, site
or a eor[o* oI twenty years.
S.kae *.Anas ;mary disturbed
Mile is very
welfare of Put-
ix-Gov. Broward Dead.
Hon. Napoleon aB. Broward, Ex-
Govenor of Florida and Democratic
nominee for United States Senator,
died upon the operating table in the
DeSoto Sanitorlum in Jacksonville,
last Saturday. Mr. Broward was ill
about three weeks: The life of this
this'remarkable man should be au
inspiration to the ambitious youth
of the nation. Ascending from
poverty, devoid of even ordinary op-
portunity, to the highest station,
save one, within the gift of his fel-
low-eountrymen, was his' life
acblevement, the details of which
are' well known to all Floridians.
Mr. Broward accomplished more than
do-most mbn is the span of life, and
like all men, had enemies as well as
friends, but friend and foe concede
his honesty of purpose and mourn
the loss to Florida of her distin-
lThe business houses of Jackson-
i closed during the funeral hour
Wlfday afternoon, and Governor
OTlchrist and bis cabinet and the
First Battalion Florida State Troops
escorted the body to the cemetery.
This is homing season in
teoo and a number of old
spending the summer up
blew Into the old anchorage on last
weeks North easter. G. W. Lyle
and family'arrived with the Huron
on Sunday. Capt. Lyl Mrs. Ches-
ter and Mrs. E. W. Clark came via
Merchants & Miners Line. J. A.
Crosby and family made the trip to
Jacksonville on the Str. Comanche
continuing from there by automo-
biles-"Just as natural Mrs. 8.
W. Rowley and family sailed yes-
terday on the Mohawk and will
reach here Monday. L. B. Bailey
and family are* scheduled to leave
N. Y. next Friday hitting San Ma.
teo Oct. 17th. The old town Is fill-
ing up again and an unuasally large
season is predicted la the tourist
contingent as well.
Jlount, of Pensacola, and Bryan
and Stockton, of Jacksonville, are
announced candidates for United
States Senator to fill vacancy on
PDemooratie ticket cased by death
I(. B. Broward. There are other
aspirants, but they have not mus-
tered the courage up to this time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith, who
have spot several winters In San
Jfo will osenpy the Baik cot-.
again this year. Mr. Smith
recent purehasei the J. L. Beau-
bhaldo gove and will now have a
material laoerest in the town as well
A an appreolation of (the well fased
The growing of Irish potatoes has
become one of the most important
industriestbf Florida. Thousands of
dollars are invested In this crop,
therefore the pamphlet recently Is-
sued by Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
Co., of Jacksonville, is of great in-
terest. It deals in a concise and
practical way with preparation of
soil, selection of seed, modes of fer-
tilizers, planting, cultivating, dig-
ging, and shipping. Following
those directions is a short treatise
on the insects and diseases that'sre
likely to attack the Irish potato
crop, which gives simple but com-
plete instruction how to prevent or
combat these troubles. Sent free on
"Because of a demand for oranges,
no mattir what the quality," says
the Orlando Reporter-Star, "many
shippers are inclined to let fruitgo
forwarded half-ripe and unfit for
market, simply because the North-
ern buyers are willing to buy. For
every box of half-ripe fruit shipped
the growers of the state suffer loss
In the long run. California- has
fought Florida fruit in every way
possible, claiming it Inf;rior, that
the packers are careless in "their
methods and so on. The appearance
of a box of green fruit on the market
only tends to verify all the mean
statements made against us." This
advice is good, and timely. Some
fruits, perhaps, can be packed green
and allowed to ripen in cold storage,
but ndt so with citrus fruits. A
little haste makes a great deal of
waste with the Florida orange, and
It were best for all concerned that
only good, mature fruit go .forward.
Even if the consumer has to wait
a little, let him get the splendid
Florida orange in its perfection, and
he will never be satisfied with any
Julian Sutherland has returned
from i two weeks trip to Chicago
knd the middle west. Iowa proved
"to be an Interesting country ajnd the
Windy City is said to compare very
favorably with our own Jacksonville.
Mr. 8utherland seems to be much
benefitted b* his Journey.
Several independent candidates
will oppose regular nominees in the
November election in Putnam Coun-
r 0 W. C. Norton is after W. C. Al-
vers for County Commisasioner from
the First District; L. L. Moody will
try to displace L. C. Stephens, the
regular nominee from District No.
2; Uncle JJm Cheser will be a can-
didate for Leisslature.
Notice is hereby gjven that 80days
from the date hereof, I, as admin l.
tratrix of tihe estate of Forrest A.
HBaly, deceased, will apply by pe-
tition to the County Judge of Put-
nam County, Florida, for leave and
authority to sell the undivided In-
terest of Iulu B. Bailey, a minioradl
heir at law of saiWI Forrest A. Bailey,
deceased, In and to the following de*
icribed real estate:
Lying and being in the town of
San Mateo, County of Putnam and
State of Florida, and particularly
described as follows:
Beginning at a post In the center
of the public road, ten (10) links
north of the north-west cotiner of lot
No. six (6), Section Number twenty-
eight (28). in 'township Number ten
(10), South, of Range twenty-seven
(27), East; thence along center line
to cemetery, south seven (7) chains
and seventeen (17) links (7 chains
and 17 Jinks), to the line of Wiggins
Grant, 8. 41 deg. 26 min. E., fifteen
(15) chains and seventy (70) links to
west line of Hall and Puffer land;
thenee north sixteen (16) chains and
ninety-eight (98) links to the center
of the public road; thence west ten
(10) chains and forty-five (45) links to
place of beginning, containing twelve
and forty one-hundreths (12.40) acres
LuLU V. BAILEY.
We understand that at this writ-
ing, Tuesday morning, arraitige-
ments have bee -aobut completed
for the necessary funds to complete
the two short gaps in the hard road
from Hernando to Dunnellon. the
total being in the neighborhood of a
mile, and one of which is south cf
Holder and the other near Elliston,
and we extend our congratulations to
those who have extended the finan-
aid necessary for the work. The
funds belonging to the road districts
trustees for Holder-Lecanto district
have about all be expended for this
last year's assessment in the build-
ing of a hard road from Holder to
connect with the Seaboard at Butt-
genbach's Section 84 plant, and
when the two gaps are completed in
the main line of road, we trust that
the road trustees will be in shape
to continue the sub-district road to-
wards Stokes ferry on the river, and
we beIieve that this read can be
complete to the river with Holder's
proportion of these special funds And
the individual subscriptions that
will be made.-Inverness Chronical.
The public school opened Mon-
day. 'hough a number of the
scholars are out of town at present
an unusually large enrollment is ew-
peeted for the school term. Miss
Brown who had the second grate
lat year will teach this season at
TlK fMl SM VNM iE MkU
'P S I
WRY NOT NOW?
Manufactured in Jacksawuvle.
S. W. ROWLEY.
V" SgLAIS1,5 fimp'
PUuLLOCOT AOW VIA~'ANo A
fffONE NKA#4 ToSW
YNUS PRSOIL Y SAPS
GIVING PULINVIRSlhtwvI own HOwl
4tW* O. .C
I it is Machinery you want, we haIve it.Wri
us for catalogue, prices and terms. ,
B4 S"-, F*y St, ATIAkA.,,GL
We W theim lowlyg weltkn-owm goods: Aamicai,
o s B* oB dsndiwaS
Mte a o moey. We have i b nh h u a.se;a .
ciSa, (Tiostn T hws
Why Stay North and Freeze?
TJR1M Em'Bln *t
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ia h are sivi rett ttet m '*
fro K W Of hundreds of customer m oi a .
T tways grow, and. they always be"r frit true to B nime s ICar.
e t*i In thle In planting rove sm now, W thi1 of
166 Ut5IBIKI 10 ti future. TH. T3UCCM8 O? YOUro IN,
sVTMeNT depends on the trees you plant MAKE NO MITAK3, bIl
iutra-Tre e guaranteed to arri at dBi
NOeWBM.N o a In good ordw. it thy %
-ALl -A - ,
0. W. COcNNR, Prop.
COME TO BAN
And speWt the winter out of doorw, and you will come agaln.
It yoe weat to rest a oottege write us; we have them uuralshe,
lady to move t. Byrtyn Place. (see advertisement la this paper)
Mt be stes Ia orlda for a oar lng hbose. Write..-
Your frults.ud vegetahlie to the UAre houo,
la the lve market on a Uve street:
Q..L. Bailey. Pret.
I. Walter NIIIIa d* kcty*i& Tres
Place Your FIRE INSURANCE With
The .i. Loper Bailey Comp'y
Opput Waters UIJlu s Telegraph ofle, f alkah Fkl
TIME TRIED AND
INSUM YOUR LIPB IN
Gaimi lle Wsiim Cs.
M W YOWL
Iono Liberal, Prompt
U4 IKT STRADI
hAWMt Sa.. ad aobk DailY. Stencis"aa 5S fvdb
tere~ee: rshati N&UoiW al aa Dituore; MurOdd PdkMoe
Si3ftk .W~l~lntos, N. C.; Now York Produse ~has
1*0 w writs t"" 1 w WAotat lMs.AssmftWAR"stL
25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SELLING PFLORIIDA ORAN~gLS
"an s. BOSTON
*$MMIaM N AN 34
Usmvs01 *~alum 61,080 4,W~ib
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BB I N.---Oot Zeppenla admtta that he la almost discouraged by the aishap that baa Just overtaken Zeop
pelta V1, thi latest model of his aerial Invention. While being warped Into Its shed at Baden-Bades, the
dIrigible took fire after an explosion of a benstine tank,. and was entirely destroyed. Count Zeppella has had
- Sa eonetast series of mishaps. The Zeppelin 'I., after making an endurance fight that motUnlsehd the world,
was tprn from its mioorlug by the wind a&i thrashed to Ipeces amidst a thunderstorm. The Zeppelin II. was
destroyed by a gale on April 25 last. Zeppeln III. made bad landing and was seriously damaged at Mergant-
belm. The Deutschland came to grtef In Teutoberg forest on June 28 last.
*"P -WloO-_ V" ._ -_- _- bu tte
Valuable "Plowing Strips," Mile
Long, Are to Disappear.
"City Beautiful Plan" Being Taken Up
In German Capital-Emperor Is
Deeply Interested In New
each other. The streets are to be of
different widths, and even the same
street will vary as to width. Soma
houses will set back, others will pro-
ject. This will give a most pletur.
esque and old-time air to the aeilgh
More than $40.000 has been spent
in plans, and the best architects and
landscape gardeners In Germany have
contributed their ideas. The
Berli.-The "garden city," or "cty York playground plan is to be
b-tUital plan," which is causing such A "suburb beautiful" Is being la
a woderful tranaormatio int the sub near Dresden, another near Ni
urbs of London and other English Olt- burst and still another on the
Ia, Is being taken up in Germany, and skirts of Munich. The Swls ar
Berlin a to be extended in all diro- ng the plan ust on the border
toea on a scale of beauty and Ln a Berne. A "garden city" sl growl
way that will give American travelers close to Dourges in France.
ow Ideas on the subject of municipal same general principles are beinl
adornment The emperor is deeply lowed in all these, the idea bela
Interested In the project it is an- create within easy distance of
Somnaed. large city an Independent conmm
Berlin has grown up in a peculiar on copartnership lines, with all
wa. The whole metropolis has been features of a complete town. P
built up soU4ly to its limits to a height ries are encouraged, but they are
of ve' and six stories, and then it Lmtted to locate only on the
stops suddenly, and open farming coun- where the prevailing winds will
try begins Immediately beyond. This their smoke away from the town.
OPm land is divided, in old time OGr- Duesaelorf and Antwerp are
%a Style, Into what are known a sdering the scheme.
"Aat stripss" Theso are often only
Sor .0 feet wide by frequently a
S, ItVleNlth. The holder of theae FISH MILK BLOODED JERS
Matrtg tom masy case the original pea
at o* arSI, or their deondaats, are Story Must Be True, Besause $up
01w 3ry stabborn, and will not tenent of Westinghoue 1atl
rwoft to their holding being out Vouohe for It.
t treats ad4 reapportioned. This -
IM I lo, w ly b"l dad the growth of Leaox, Mas.-Superintendent
nt beyead ta elginal boundary. man of the George W. Waemtag
M d t atrpa are valued at a state, is sponsor for this remarl
MNlis arka. tl ha been the nature stoy.
At pmM IProble the war and hae The blooded jersey cows of
--_-- M t kilk la laying out Westinghouse recently ceased to
milk. Wateh was kept and whe
A" itldie and e atumfter cows walked into a poand It wa
lt strots are toe be arrted tlced that the pet ear la thn
while iterdediat Id th pportunaty to t
goto ar to be made lves with lL. To prove Justw
aw i tte mt of trI ,. or mat hooks and li la Into the
W wr small tra ter. The lat arp to bite o
at a stmrt earer. msly ad thrahAe about in t he
H00Wo U ar street tw utll15 is aste d I It wa
4 %t iN f ownl Indiv a Wahe cut epea thea waer
0, ate o gl mbla te ees a the mak, but Ig tead94 se
Kit with tr %slb qt better, the hiedue
No the hualm tundet to th meo
B Iabahlau ye 1the erp.
to wah a witheig glae the em
.1 ~ -
that closer Inspection of the
might even reveal the imprint
d- a -m a a
IlPLESS HOTEL IS A SUCCESS
Experiment In London Has Worked
Well-Guests Must Abide by
Rules or Quit Hostelry.
Londos.-The experiment of a Dnon-
tip hotel In the Strand In London has
proved a success. Since the establish-
ment was opened a year ago there has
not been a vacant bedroom, a record
which could not be equaled by any
other London hotel. Very day the
management has had to refuse visit-
ors. Altogether nearly a quarter of a
million guests have stayed at the hotel
during the 844 days it has been open.
The success of the hotel, the direc-
tors believe is mainly due to the non-
tip rule Quests are forbidie to offer
to any servant of the hotel a grat-
uity, and any servant found accepting
one is instantly dismissed. People
know exactly what it is going to cost
them before they set foot in the hotel.
and when they pay their bill there is
no need for them to put their hands In-
to their pockets to tip anybody.
Although the rule against tipping s
rigidly enforced by the management,
there have been visitors who have In-
sdated upon offering gratuities. In or-
der to protect the servants from temp-
tation the management has had to re-
quest these visltoro either to abide by
the regulations or to seek accommoda-
The management has had no diseal-
ty In securing plenty of waiters and
chambermaIds despite the fact that
they receive no tips.
FPIhing Joko eemerang.
Berwick, Pa.-red Rough, a pra-o.
tical jokg fisherman, laughed Brat
the ether day at the sueoes of a joke
he played upon Clyde Croft, a brother
agler. Clyde Croft laughed last, sad
he thinks he laughed beet.
The two men were asking When
Croft wasn't looking. Rough attVabed
his oompanie's hoek to a piece of
IroB under the surface "Look, you've
got a bitel" he called. "Oe, it must
be a whale." past Croft, after tu
glag for same time. Tha he beamse
sepasleus. He waded lnto the week
sad palled out a wash beer.
Raogh la--aed lamuedeatly.
"Tht's a good es yo" be bowled.
aOpt throw te b0Mer the bmek Is
be" A. A"*ms "m k BoA* as ppe
f t o f 4 of b v6m I
from Its use. I have gained weight,
as aseep sound and am not nervous."
"Therl's a Reason."
Read "The Road to Wellville" In pkgs.
Ever read the above letter A new
a* appears from time to time. They
are gamune, true, and full of human
aver ee b above leotwer A
a paeeM tim se o taMs in
tw- a and C eog haems
BERLIN BEAUTY PLANS
my lo.tioHlileet ow mhe;
imor besetitylieg ths so
ATCHISON'S ORDER OF SPIWI
Unmarried, and Contented Withal,
They Have Mapped Out for
Themselves a Pious City.
There was called a meeting of the
Ancient Order of Spine last evening.,
and papers were read on every sub-
)ect, from removing grease from car-
pets to the sad memories that attach
to a bunch of old letters. The Spines
were having a hilarious time when a
visiting Spin got up to make a few re-
marks. She said that, while they are
happy now, there was a sad time comrn-
Ing. "Think of the day," she said,
"when, having no husbands or chil-
dren, you will be all alone." There
was a sniff and then a snort as 8pin
after Spin recnalled wives and mothers
who are alone from daylight till dark.
except when some member of the fam-
ily wants waiting on. The sniffing
and snorting Increased In volume as
Spin after Spin told of her freedom
from worry, her independence In
financial matters and the joy of doing
as she pleased. "Hut we must not
take offense at what our sister has
said," one Spin remarked. "Let us
show our good intentions by calling
on every lonesome wife and mother
we know." This was six weeks ago,
and though the Spins have devoted
every afternoon and evening since to
this missionary work, they haven't
made half the rounds yet.-Atcbisoq
"What's the matter?"
"Cold, or something in my head."
"Must be a cold, old man."-Lilppin.
A FOOD DRINK.
Whloh Brings Daily Enjoyment.
A lady doctor writes :
"Though busy hourly with my own
affairs, I will not deny myself the
pleasure of taking a few minutes to
tell of my enjoyment daily obtained
from my morning cup of Postum. It
is a food beverage, not a poison like
"I began to use Postumr eight years
ago, not because I wanted to, but be-
cause coffee, which I dearly loved.
made my nights long weary periods to
be dreaded and unfitting me for bust-
ness during the day.
"On the advice of a friend, I first *
tried Postum, making It carefully as
directed on the package. As I had
always used 'cream and no sugar,' I
mixed my Postum so. It looked good.
was clear and fragrant, and it was a
pleasure to see the cream color it as
my Kentucky friend always wanted
her coffee to look-'like a new sad
"Then I tasted it critically, for I had
tried many 'substitutes' for coffee. I
wase pleased, yes, satisfied, with my
Postum In taste and effect, and am
yet, being a constant user of it all
"I continually assure my friends and
acquaintances that they will like it in
place of coffee, and receive benefit
0 PURMA ED
NOT AND COLD,
MNAD SPRAY PUMPl
*MSAO i py LL DPPLY GO.*
1 "4mie; I*
VWrNMe sa o Wats Pap.N
h m. en i rnSbo
jgpsqM they tmalk --yh
^H~f&^ ^^~t SB iE^** i^.* ab se
,L~ 4 ~
T*e Advwms -.t e Law Im .
A esedasly AtMor lt wtM
LUnoln. Neb.-When Dealh 1ve
aa sled on the art free ba e bow
vided for free men, at ome IaUft8 08
twelve o'clock on the moralaofg
nary 1. IS. be inaun t-- te
tory of houetead entrees, whiA havf
soboe #eveloped the w Iter I p11
Into the hbeart of Amerlca aitl-
tore. The Freeman home to at Drowa
ville, Neb., on the quarter.eeUoa of
TYPIST IS OF WOYAL BLOOD
Third fi.|y of na'land "10 W H er
lterest ,In se Writing Maehine
to Sa Reel.
Loadon.--ven the davAters
royalty do not scorn kowledge
tueul ocupations. Oft4Btwe read
pretty and -youthful prtieoes who
have begun the study of some art,
perhaps along dometle l ne, ookery,
or sewing, or have finished a ourse
nla nursing, or can show a certificate
testifying to their ability In some busi
ness line. The daughters of the late
King Christian of Denmark, namely
the Queen mother of England, the,
Dowager Empress of Russia and the
Duchess of Cumberland,. were taught
to make all their own clothes and.
Freeman end His Heme.
land for which the first patent was is -
sued. He alwa regarded this old
patent as one of the most an terestig
ad valuable relies of h4merlcea h is.
aory. Its fae Indicates that Freman i
made entry No. 1, his proof of real-
donce was No. 1, his patent is No. 1.
eoerded on page No. 1 of book No. 1.
Frooman's name is linked with that
of Qelsha A. Grow of Peansylvaae.
oae speaker of the lower house of
conegss, ad whose maiden speohb la
the house was on the subject of
"Man's ght to toheo SL" That speseh
was made n 1883, buiit was not uhtil
ton years later that he was able to o
his measure, the bomsteo la w, o
worded Ian the-statute books.
frt man at that time was a yog md mro, to trim their hats. The
sowlde, deed to perform a seret 1 pre of a may holds that a
mlissin at BrownvUle. Neb., where the knowledge of children. kithe and
lrst United states land oce was eburch is to be preferred before all
ene *. Thoe present of many pro* other a -mpuents and other
saotive settlers awaiting the opeanin members of royalty are proud of the
JItuary 1,18681, of the lad ooes, to a t that they have provided their
take advantage of the homestead law, hld as they grew up, with the
attrated remain to the ide of meas to gan proiey in any use
during a fre boe. On December80. ful line they chose to follow.
however, he was ordered to report The latest student of royal blood In
In Lt. Louslrfor a new sanignment. To the basics world is the 18-Mearole
add to his troubles, January 1 was a daughter of King Geore, Priness Vio.
leal holiday. The young so r, toria Alamnds. This little lady,
nothing danated, sought Mout ames oly duht in& a a uly Of si. be
edmilrd, who had barge po the v. sMae mueh interested the type
ueMMnt lanMd ooe. ad told him is writes ia dair uswe whoe m d eolr
VM s eaford auW to si th ed. Thre are two ld tpmla *
slft papers follows the stroke of tmewe to the aseretariAl Aal of Marlv
nih e te fouwings aWit t wbomoug hok e, w W has bees ae
man emuMsecure th eDes" 9etr mag's reslOemee, ean w y the Youmg
IUpoeutive sttles to Walvee W pnsso deelared enthusiasm a
ght to make mtiMunat the gsl a eo medbet to 0e her"e
llm M ag A. All daY ieomber 1 ntWm sy la ru Ml tt she doma t
feema sough out the @*swes and .O ea tyewrir she has learneS
W r that he msn ht -e 10 di* New she plas to sti
IT .r awuws, was a dmes, r, Qeen Vat., reolarly
Sathe ten M ha a **enin pat M her e---- mI -e-, Th" thie a
ow mamW n O a m I aeaf teday. sW r hes wu n
at0 MM tot- -0 sen@, is en esseo1"
som es amagon.l1Wina .mwdam wreO a tw OM.
LA- owA. Oft
VYUR OWM 11AN
The Jersey City
H NOW REAPY TO RECEIVE OR.
DUMS lr FUTURE DELIVERY. r%
umousTM KNOW THEY WILL
RBOIVE PAIR AND. SOUAMR
MES QUMT WPAPSM)
0l0" av glanmm a"d PrietA
NW JBRS Y CITY PRINTING 00*
A 4 rYOITY.% .
Reaching the Top.
In any calling of life, demands a vig-
orous body and a keen brain. Without -
health there Is no success. But 1eoo
trick Bitters is the greatest .heth
builder the world has ever known. It
compels perfect action of etomaeh, liv-
er. kidneys, bowels, purifies and n*
riches the blood, tones and nvigorates
the whole system and eables you to
stand the wear and tear of your daily
work. "After months of sauertag
from kidney trouble,' writes W. .N.
Sherman of Cushi, MItale, 'thr"e
bottles of Electria Bitters made s
feel like a new man." 60 eatos at.
W. Rowley's. t
j ~ti aMt bast. e* doa
p bi t lO h telephone a mr
. r t rie t~h tare mMt
A g vantake s radd al Te aedee
na eek v has good ed Ths d
lst x o8unt Coat sallway. The do
^' pot War* af*ete r q a =.I
tm thi oter wha r.
AdEmvtages and Attractlons.
an Mateo has good shelled road t
a" le ks of hard sidewalks. Beautsi
at wateroaka line loth sides of
16 a and me e overbe4a in maay
Two Shurhes public and private
saools, telegraph, telephone, express,.
aee y order postoff de, three malls
allty, meat market, two general
tore, Vho take orders and deliver
4o0e at your door, weekly paper.
The etace tis noorporated. The
at andt county taxes are about
Son about one-third valuation.
good hunting and shtina, deer, tar
fea, ducks and quail, black bass aad
ether Florlda fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
0pea winters; rates eight to tea do-.
bm per week; 6.00 day.
Six thousand people went through
mte San ateo Fruit Company's grove
em lo s seamo
SI.* of the best advaataeas ss
enMt ors s tinsporr= taton bola
river sad rail to as advantage
w florlds points enjoy. A
t season for instance, rallroa
^ teruiaiale at 'Jamaivl wiger*
m or thIa Mo.28tep an" ut ship-
f &Mt IPla down there oatral
Saf t e tate waa in some ases
OSIe weks getting to Jackaouville,
*a tote to morthers markets, sad
dM asot bring enough to pay freight,.
ile San Mateo ashippers, at ame
Ume. would ship from here one 4dy
aad have fhrut go out of Jacksonville
fa the Clyde ship the next. This lit-
tie matter that season alone was
Power of the Soul.
The soul can use a fine body more
effectivelyy than It can a poor body.
but it can do wonders through as
inadequate body.-Charles W. Eliot.
Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer a appendil.-
tis with many victims. hut Doctor
King's New Life Pills kill it by pre-
vention. They gently stimulate stom-
ach, liver and bowels, preventing that
cldggling that Invites appendicitis, cur.
lng constipation, headache, bilious-
ness, chills. 25 cents at 8. W. How.
WOODWORTH TREADS; Punctures and Skidding Prevented
Woodworth Treads are tire protec-
tors made of chrome leather studded
with steel rivets. They are held on
the tires by strong coil springs along
the sides, that always hold them at
even tension preventing any possibil-
ity of wrinkling or looseness and thus
avoiding the danger of chafing and
heating so common with protectors
fastened to the rim. They are guar-
anteed not to injure the Ures in any
They are studded on the middle
with thick head rivets that give long
wear and prevent slipping or skid-
ding, on the sides are flat head riv-
eta to protect against wear in ruts.
The leather used is treated by a
process that fills the pore with a
rubberlike filler preventing moisture
or dirt from hardening or rotting it.
They are practically puncture proof
and they save the tires from all road
wear. Good tires used coUtinuaLJy
with Woodworth Treads and kept
properly Inflated last from twenty'
live thousand to fifty thousand miles.
The Treads average from three thou
sand to five thousand miles of service
and sometimes on light cars a high
as eight thousand to ten thousand
They fit all uiakes of tires. A* -
one can easily put them on. A tfa
giving full instructions Is sent with
28 x 8 .. .. .. .. .. .
30 x 3 .. .... .. 11.75
30 x 3 1-2 .. .. .. .. 15.7
33 x 4 .. .. .. .. .. .. . 1 .55
34 4 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SO.
88 4 1-2 .. .. .. .... .... 4.50
Other sizes in proportion.
Boend for catalog and full partleules
Shipped express prepaid ad gu wA
IMATHFIR TIME GOODS COMPACT,
Niagara Falls, N. T.
Sold by first class 'maplE, beI
Ic I f N Im
Property of any kind, any-
where, let us know your
wants, we can fill your
requirements and save you
time and money.
Northkwester BDsless Afecy,
Dept. 10so, Bank of Commerce
Bulldlng, Minneapolls. Minnesota.
Fifty Thousand dollars reward for
any person In tboe Utnited States who
has never heard of
PLANK'1 CHTLL TONIC.
It's guaranteed to sure Malaria,
Chills, Pever, Colds and LaOrppe.
Guaranteed to cure a cold In one
nalgt, la grippe In kree. *Takes the
place of ealomel. Your money back
If It does not. ti
worth thousands of dollars to the San
NIteO growers and the homeseeker
WlI do well to bear In mind trans-
ptatuo and cheap rate that some
.with oampettlon, In selecting a Flor
Id looa o
The pepulatlon Is about M50, who
am m yoely from the northern states.
As a class they are men of means,
peressive and soclable. Have a bet-
tar s of houee than can be found
I say place Ia the south of its sioe.
U T bulitngs kept painted ad
gpandsa r-good order.
On Weoeaut of Its high alUtude.
r t is so healthier spot In Florida
IW the year round or for the woi.
S i oW(re. For those who coma to
si-I#A account of health, many
i thblow r altitude, dry aad
H air is bkter than the lower,
i -M air found nla salt water
pelpem .laem is wioran
a U this wOvm 5nt-t
i~ sst~wr Mie--sti paid
Omr are wsome
Nlew waft we &set
TIME CARD .,
The coeaty i, now befl dlag a San-
lath a $S.00 court b a t
no ile long, Wostin $4.000, on.
trettli this section with oe r county
hn herd roads
The Nl vrutinn i treat deetom
ht county o lnow band high hammock,
botna a 63.00 wort howU" a bg"s
0 mile ong, costing 41.N000. on-
tI= this meileti on with oatr colands foty
yat. anad will spend at once $400.0&0
6n bard roads.
TM sWl vartie a great deal from
bfth 1110 to low and high bhmmock.
40 withits a mile, so that lands for
y purpose or crops can be secured.
ISa Mateo can be reached from
Jeekasoville by Florida East Coast
railway or Beach and Miller line
teameor (see time tables elsewhere
la this paper). The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive here about 10
p. a. so do not advise this route
Pare B. & M. line $1.26:; railroad 2
Lannch Rainbow leaves Pa!atka
every afternoon at I fT. Lucas line
steamers 10 p. m., every day but
B. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays
and three trains daily on F. E. C
Maflway. Fare from Palatka 25 eentp
for your REAL ESTATE or
BUSINESS, no matter
where located. If you de-
sire to sell send u9 de-
soription and prioe.
IF YOU WANT
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vie Ashmuls CON us
a 0r i k ofiseasmbelE.
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*Soe oW-w.Tw iwit5.m ~dmdpTsesism~bs, Toilys. tMessdpWedees.
dame Fviiew 1so teftdspsTherfm doue. Usauds.
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4. D. MAHNBR. General 'assrager Agenti. 'r. AtUGUNTINK. FIDUI1DA
A Oood Time NOW to Subscribe,
TO BUY AUTOMOBILE TIRE BOOST REDUCED
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Attonmy At Law,
PH Stree. PALATKA, FLA.
Netlesi Sank SInMiMs
L. IL HAtKELL,
Attorney At Law,
OR. W. H. CYRUS,
PhyeloIan and Surge9oe
MRRRYDAY A WALTON, ..
OUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
Palatka Nat. ank Bldg.
M. L COXO,
Attorney At Law,
Oie n oeA Nouts. Paatuka, Fki,
se- eeat treet Owl0to hMiom
PA IA * PL IDA
MIS KATE L. LUCAS
MILLINERY FANCY GOOD00
Notion', ladles', malse' and silM
(ren' summer underwear.
L.& *sailk ovf w
Lace, embroidery, oollars, b tand
the latest styie la sprig hatse sad
hlperlonoed trimmer a"d Miser
employed. Prices right ti
W. A. WALTON
UIy T, o AND "AI
tM p1d.* heorese. Aeinl
etIAr Dree. aM. 0. SsH
4A P 4 iP a.
yws *** ME &- -r Wst
w'hen he wesm IW ae O a '
Iwa wO*a Ialo khs head tMoe
"I bW ~ yo p9 ea" saM Smriy
"but reafl ou oa ht to isek wh
you're OM go.
MtI dML I wd4at go-AB MlW
TY a," said eter wt aM
"Ah." ald Q. seury. "Amd how aOe
Of tolts taolapor
WeO, Uv16wte1, bedoff UgMy ad
Is a hurry, waseeMortod ates a help
PS0mlt lnach by OSeto hisa frteds
They walk4 to t eontoer satd tloSe
ed themael"s wtll Ihbs aM i s14a
Saoght. adjiodag han. Mr. Uvte
sto called his trim's atteatls s to s
man who got up, took of his hat, M
left it la the chaer while he wanted
"What's he doing that for," asked
"That," said his New York friend,
"Is his way of reserving the chair. He
is on his way to the counter for more
provender. While his bat is there, no
one would think of takin the chair."
"They wouldn't take it in Chicago,
either," said the Indignant Livlngston.
"hat's a live town. They'd take the
hat"-New York Letter to the Cladif
Have you discovered that It doesn't
do to see everything? That It is
sometimes both politic and kind to
look the other way On some oOaUon?
A first offense should always be treat-
ed lealently. wven a dog is aUtled
to hve esW bite.
I tbew of mlstrees who sem to
live In constant readminess to pounoe
upon the maiden the vey fnAt timeo
they catcb them "napping." We all
"nap" occasionally. Nobody tois screwed
up to the concert pitch all the time.
These very same mistresses them-
seives often neglect some most urgent
darning la order to skim through the
latest novel. They even forget to or*
der the outlets for dinner because
they met somebody (outside the
butcher's) with such an important Ut-
bit of gossip that its telling drives
everythlag else out- of their heads.
Why are they so ready to snap off
cooks bhead If luach is oone ten min-
atw late, or storm at Jam If some
body has to ring the doerbme twice?
A wise mistress keeps her hand al.
ways so to speak, on the pulse of
her ho---:e S0N- kaws everything
tat goem an, but ew "sees" amy.
ag a ti it be iMes reaftlly a*es-
"ary to speak of If a fault oos
mare than twice. It is on the way to
boeoem chrele a.d It usM be
ohseok u"t a Oertain amount of lat
stuis to due to everyone. So be dtis
oreetly "bnd" soeetimese-Home
"NOWsmanysows bar*,706 sew?
- *sdtbo T".
"004180 NO- Wmworelo
1,1111,10. 4~~m el: "DOVAlsbc
mw 0% %ft by tof wo.
hTWA e u uem
1, 0%,whow ta he'trai we
p o by t u -A&-v. o
ItIyo w sosptokt41 i~t
fight bmelga's~U wt
4La" -litain$s1 0 to so1" h
A) I N~wl
. ... .. .... ^R Jli ^l
w L "mIIw 'is m ei
4. A prty Uitt pov O with
lostoft tfor house on rivet bank
&bowt five bhndred -oxes fruit this
season. Wharf on the property ad
ne* paking hOus.
Sgo ye wet an iatert Ia besrlnn
me revT No better Investmet
a Herada. Write for particulars, .
M tof pro1tsa, expenses, *to.
43-acre tract, one of the best in San
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, fences not in best
of shape, small house and packing
Five acres in San Mateo corpora-
tion, $500. One-fourth mile from post-
office; lies well for two or more lots
for winter cottage.
Building lots In good location, $100
to $600; 100x200 feet to 5 acres in
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din.
ing room and large living room, about
two acres land recently set out in or-
rage trees, nicely situated in center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
vr sale. Photo.
Fifty aeres. part cleared, aliroad.
one Mide, river on west: one mile
..bamw ... w.I.
erty and A adl ortawi
can be pot down on a0 pt lo
We have properties" rMnning Afro
a few hundred to $18.000. Write t
about price you would pant to p-
for a place and we will write 1l
about what we have around your g-
There are orange groves here that
are paying from $100 to $1,000 pa
A Boston gentleman came down aI
December for his health, bought
acres of land for $500. had it set oet,
to oranges and grapefruit; and beto
he left In spring could have sold at
enough profit to have paid all his q*
penses for the winter. He retued to
Wild land, large tracts, up to ago
thousand two hundred aere; i' Me
miles west of Palatks: $LOO0 a.
County building hard surface road
through it; lies between two raWl
Buy your ticket to -San Mate ; -e
what we have to offer. It eSo Iakl*
than to go farther south and th"e 0mee
was& a mill..im.futap W
lW.. a N sSyou. 3Ot
J. A. Crosby,
SAN MATWO. PLA.
Tug ST. NNS R1VU eY AYanI
Stemers "Crescent" and Cliredan.
~~~~~1. : *
&we SS4.. s
-a Guam 61 0Og0g0 0 m0
Age"aw~ ow lo.
** ' j
Shsw "e 4 ea"
48s -wMho b g
-k' vooms who
t %am" !I
law 6a40w e
K 5.TOWNMUD6 Ad.. Jiska"svls. 5
4 ~.>. $
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V KU M am bhelMe
t~ISIW has Mme-Doan's.
top W, Mlo b- l dealer, 50 cents a
. ....e.MB.. 1r Co.,vBufRalo, N. Y.
VW& (efght Years old)-What does
g tll mean, mother?
Mothe-Ac-ross the Atlantic, of
coGutm; but you musn't bother me.
Ve--Does "trans" always mean
M]Othr- I suppose it does. Now, if
you d don't stop bothering me with your
questions shall send you right to
Ver (after a few minutes' silence)
V-The-does transparent mean a cross
BABY'S SKIN TORTURE
"When our baby was seven weeks
ld be broke out with what we
thout was beat, but which gradually
grow woraw. We called In a doctor.
He aiM It was ecseam and from that
tl we doctored six moths with
three at the best doctors In Atchlson
bo 'e e y sot worse. Hisa ace, head
aod hals were a solid sore. There
ms e md to the suffering for him.
Weo ad to te his little hands to
bop bhm from scratching. He never
hkgw wha It was to sleep well from
te time he took the disease until he
vu :edL He kept us awake all
b-ors et thp night and his health
wasn't what you would call good. We
trid everything but the right thing.
inaly I got a set of the Cuticura
Bamedles and I am pleased to say
w dMd not use all of them until he
was ered. We have waited a year
sad a half to see if It would return
but It nevr has and to-day his skin
is ear and fair as It possibly could
be. I hope Cuticura may save some
mo else little ones suffering and
ah their pocketbooks. John Lesson,
14" Athlson t8, Atchisen, Kan., Oct
New Versole. -
"New, Harry," said the Sunday
uslesl tsewer to the brightest boy In
th e41as, "can you tell me how Elijah
e dda&'t die at all," replied the
. lt.r l ."He was translated from
tap-w ml Hebrew."
elWpp for Happiness.
SVW m seem to consist of
Ia the things that would
e for a lot of
Blanche-Poor Grace! She 4
Blanche--Yes. She married
you know, and didn't have
money to pay his bills.
ogae r~ti r ead~ip ble for
the rtatet at have prevalled
dwtle the- anth. Ther was sucn a
Ik t ea84ce as to the utthnmate
meptaMe of the various lines pre,
paWNW Y dotributes and consumes
tM buIfng was somewhat mtofimsed.
raperty or adversity has nothing to
do with the militnery business. Fash-
Ia alone makes or breaks.-Millinery
Margaret-Did you tell the girls at
the tea that secret I confided to you
and Josephne ?
Katherine-No, truly I didn't. Jo.
sephine got there- first.-Harper's
I sM I wa
If a woman doesn't hate a man all of
the time she is In great danger of lov- |
log him part of the time.O
Now They 81eep Indoors.
George H. Beattie, jeweler In the
old Arcade, and L. J. Ralston, auditor
of the News, have jointly and several-
ly decided that sleeping out in the
open isn't all that It has been declared
to be, says the Cleveland Leader.
They were both in a deep snoose out
at the Beattle farm.,. near Chagrin
Falls, the other night, when a run-
away team from the county fair city
turned into the lane leading up to the
Beattie estate and came along at full
Sound asleep, but dreaming of Im-
pending danger, Ralston rolled out of
his cot toward the north, and Beattile
from his cot toward the south. The
runaway horses dashed between the
sleepers, oversetting everything in the
way, but missing Beattie and Ralston
by margins too narrow to be meas-
ured. Since that night Ralston has
slept In his town house and Beattle
has found shelter under the ample
roof of his house on his big planta-
His First Lesson In Economy.
"When I was a very small boy and
a dime looked pretty big to me, I met
John H. Parley-who. had always been
my good friend-on the street one
June day," says Frank Harris.
"'Frank,' he said, 'the Fourth of
July Is coming soon. You'll want
some change then. Let me be your
banker until then and you'll have
some money for firecrackers, torpe
does, lemonade and peanuts.'
"I emptied my pockets into his hand
and every day thereafter until the
Fourth I turned over to him my small
earnings. When the day of days came
around I had a fund that enabled me
to celebrate in proper style, while
many of my playmates were fiat
broke. It was my first lesson In thrift,
and it was a good one. Hundreds of
Cleveland people would be glad today
to testify to the fact that when John
If. Parley was a friend of a man or a
boy he was a friend indeed."--Cleve-
Keeps the spindle bright and
Spree from grit. Try a box.
Sold by dealers everywhere.
STANDARD OIL CO.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Cele swo beibdg il r vd gaSei an s =6 ***Ii, o s pme* Tae rs all ibers. lThey l W a water bOt asi Ms
Y eso ue sp galeme"t winhe"t agegag ma", Wuifets, k eO- mew bto 0e. nleavh sad Mi Colors. O.S @eMs.Ay
A friend In need la a friend we
usually try to dodge. COLT DISTEMPER
Mrs. Winslowr's Seotlhig ng p for 9bldrea Sn
m.ets.iu, sea, ,se amo ,inse lasemus-
Uon. tloys psn. eure wind *eolf. @ e a boitlU e, ts
Some people are happy only. .when
they ar envied.* eM O..---_- "me,. eaA..Lm A.
r~C ~tLI ~
m. ... .
"mo "W -
wo mir Wb
saw Ok Ysuo" 84 $a~ m
STATE I BafNNoI
Georp6 D. D tueeure of Jaekanvillei
"* -. Ma Snee AYnolntd Treamrer
of the Florida Board.
STallahassee-The American Red
Cross has formed a Flordsa State
beard, consisting of Gov. Albert W.
SGlehrist, as president, and Mr.
S George R. DeBassure of Jacksonville;
Mr. George W. Alien of Key West;
Mr. Walter P. Coachman of Jabcssa-
ville; Mr. W. E. Cummer of Jackson-
Svtille: Mr. George W. Saxon of Tals-
hassee; Mr. John E. Stillman of Pean.
sacola, and Mr. T. C. Talaftrro of
Tampa. Mr. 0. T. Whitfield of Talla-
babsee has been dpsigated by the
governor as secretary to the board.
This board is to serve as a stand-
,Ig finance committee for the Ajeri-
can Red Cross la the state of Florida.
Its function is to become the eusto
disa of coatributloas gtves for relief
purposes by the people of 'the qtate,
in epse to appeal fom te govw-
ernor or*from the R4d Cras, tI tnh'
event of the occuresne of a great dio -
a.ter. Mr. Dedausure has bees an-
pointed tresaaurer of the board. Re
Ili U ooatributioa sest to aay member
of the board wll, be forwarded b
member to the treasurer. Mr.
Ssa ure la tarn will mrward all
e strIbutloas to the treasurer of the
~4merla Red Croes at Washlmete,
to, h prNperty athorte d
S( repraet t atav la Mtarge of re.
t w e at. a asam e ol dsater.
*t Gwarium has very erdl-1
K~i g ared lato the plea ad mis
bilia pre m .me
I is ts i of ttaa Ie
Tfe vtse wasm oellos:
ju *aMt miW-* MU;
-> .^g_ R:-y g^ is^ ^
tE em l mss em
a -- i--- e. This vorme s
pSssby tbg ine al t d pti
eatefeems eNtruted to M a eet-
miof o t oUm, w a 'aIlk 6 M Iw e
alit aJustie.m "k
K tolr 1
7 eieof fune ds trwtW t taw R
Crom. for expeilture. The orpn
station, however, reoreves o appnor
aUoes from cor its support
but to depeadat esatirely oa po r
rte ourew or t at aof Ir leoms.
Daring the lag fout yr the Rd
Crot hasu ezbadd aam st $sk0MM
bts relief work. Th reord far
sses that of t y other simlar
Every ye a l w number of poor
sfaerers whose tlads are sore sa
etcked with eoughs are urged to go
t another climate. But this is cost.
ly and not always sure. -There Is a
better way. LIt Doctor King's New
Discovery cure you at home. "It
cured me of lug| trouble," writes W.
R. Nelson of Calamise, Ark., "when
all else failed and I gained 47 pounds
In weight It's surely the king of all
cough sad lung cuers." Thousands
owe their lives and health to It. It's
positively guar0ateed for coughs, la-
grippe, colds, asthma, croup all
throat and lung troubles. 50c and $1
-trial bottle tree at 8. W. Rowley's.
WANT 'FOREST RANGQRS
FOR FLORIDA SERVICE
Pensacol.-Freet Supervisor .t.d-
redge of the Utited States forest ser
itoe has bee deal0al y the cvil
service eommalato to conduct the
eaminatlon tor forest rangers to be
held in Peusacol October S4 and 2.
'Ihe forest service is desirous of ob-
taining a large eligible list of good
,men from which to make appoint.
meats from tUe to time of such
rest rangers a nd forest guards as
may be seeded on the two Florida
Cadldates for the position of rang.
er must pass a rigd examination coy-
' oerta a period of two days. On the
first day a written examination, eon-
slettag of twaty or more practical
quilom is heo Os the second day
the men are taken into the woods sad
are the required to demnstt
their ab lty tI tlber estimating
tough Mpps srveyg, etIe.
A ranger oft y yrmde must be
oud ad abie tdled. aable of en-
durdi had ad o per6rmingm
hard hAtber -e tain eesditeMs.
We ._ Wed.d's et*
Neo oMe hM ever made a Mave. *sat.
meat or baelm to smpane with Bfli
ln's Anles alvte. t's the .me per-
fet healer of eout eap, beas. ul-
ears. bruises, seMm, oea~Ia bols, eo
seas, salt rheum. For aore eyes, ote
rsees, chapped ead or prala. It's
supnme. Iafallble tor piles. Omly
Seets at S W. Wwle,'. tf
ISARMNAKSMS 3W6 TO
REMAIN W STRIKE
Tamp.-47 aM eveewbmi-e vote
the strelu tobases worMiN
laItMs5 e ref ined to the
pllui555 at the Ctar N- teN .
M 0 the otebr head, kt s dMa
edtb t ab veto w aft a air esgeo
d e, t that thae Mms M amee
ca ce saade by sebeu aS by 8ur'
sAf partft worat iatoasd by
strike le ad,.
The tt6o is a to a t one. adm
mo os a pdIt tie outcome. Bual-
m a me amr glomy as the ditatis
from a commercial standpoint is not
a bright one.
We offer one hundred dollars re-
ward for any case of eatarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrb
p. J. CHMNBY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and fnan-
cally able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by his frm.
FLORIDA NEWS NOTES.
**With two new ginneries 6aines-
vylle promised to regain its promi*
sence as a market for long staple cot-
ton, temporarily lost when the Dutton
ginnery, the largest in the state, was
burned about four years ago. This
diverted the trade to Alachua which
had several ginneries, but it is reviv-
ing now at Gainesville. Although the
season Is yet young, all the ginneries
in Alachua county are working full
**While not so large as the preceding
crop the coming citrus crop of Volu-
sis county promises well. The sizes
will be just right to bring the best
prices on the market, andd-the fruit
will be finely colored. The shipping
season Is expected to begin early,
this year, and it Is believed that prices
will hold up throughout the season.
**The strawberry acreage In the
Plant City section has increased 50
per cent and with the same prices as
during the last season, Plant City
may expect something like a $100,000
**Northern men are in the state look-
Ing for an eligible site or two for fac-
tories for manufacturing rugs and
mattlags from wiregrass. The ques-
tions of quality and available quanti-
ty both enter into the choice to be
made. The wiregrass found in this
State is in quality, all that could be
desired, it is said. The site must
also be in more or less proximity to.
a large crop of the grass to ensure
**Never nl the history of Florida
has there been a better future than
the aear future now is. All Indica.
tUons go to prove the fact that there
will be more people here this winter
thma ever before. The railroad com.
peaties have put on their extri tour.-
Ist traMis a math early, the hotels
are opeainag a moth early, and al-
ready erd isa beginning to get vis.
itors from the North.
**Looklig to the Improvemeat of
papslaboSIa harbor a board of Unit,
ed talea eN eer will have a pub.
Us heariw at Apelachioola Octos
ber -14, A g a porellasry sea
wvy d Inspenes ao tae harbor asd
has tw#ra W ;N v*
beeaa protAd J
mw thas ever.
* *Ms, Ale de Wsae bet ah o
has seome ams beg1 pseea tr.e, to
which ta asqutrels aMeat with a
egece and harveeg the nts
without charge. To M6e the nuts
Mrs. Wynne has hta upon a novel
scheme. She has fasteed a ples of
tiu around the trunk of the tree, half
way up, th6 tin foremjg a platform
around the tree over which they
cannot jump. ,
*P. M. Argulmbau of the Amerisan
Sumatra Tobacco company, after a
tour of the tobacco producer sec-
tions of the south, says he believes
the present crop in Florida the small.
est this state has had ip five years,
being probably not more than 35 per
cent. of a normal crop.
**Henry Nehrling, head of the Palm
Garden experiment gardens at Gotha,
has been invited to act as a patron of
the International horticultural exhi-
bition In London in 1912.
**The Key West Commercial Club
has a committee appointed to snvesti-
gate and report on the advisability
of the commission form of govern-
ment. Naturally the report of this
committee will carry nothing more
than advice and counsel, but the peo-.
pie of Key West are egruestly con-
sidaeing the commission idea.
**It IS estimated by conservative buy-
ers that only about eoe-third of the
usual .crop of fruit is In the state this
fall It seems that the yield of grape-
fruit is even better in proportion
than the orange crop.
**The tide of immigration from the
west has set in already an hundreds
of people will come to Florida this
winter with the view of makaig it
their permanent home. This fever
has also affected people of the states
to our north.
**Later reports from the sweet pota-
to crop are more enMouraging. The
quality, is the best, while the quastty
seems to be Increasing in
inquiry and offers of liberal cash
prices. The potato may have beea
waiting .for a good show to as oi
on the uplift of prices.
**Plorida is Just now attractfg S re
attention than any other state ain the
union. People are OMaa dal.y by
boat and traip; comlag early to avoid
the rush and provide rafters for ftea
winter. Many are iavesth In leals
and homes, sad if the. .erOd w r
Mine" rush osatlauee to lsrea e at
the rate It has inal00 pad thWe1
next decade will m A e.1o Ml sere
in third state.
**Concerted acties a the part oeat e
land company nNes sa
Interested. themselves la tmh%
ha resulted i nd a
homeseetars' r)t''e e
fort atve e i
stale tta 1MIB
_an -_- ^so^_^r ns j^A^
.' IfB '
S"l RTY W3ARAS EXPi
litH I10E OLAY MAKING IN.
ITW O NO MORE THAN A
YOU wt Us WAT YOU l NOTr
BUY.I A P AND WOULD SIMPLY Cu1l
I5S TO "G'O1Nit 1 0 WO4D O0 FOR IT ANO
NOW NowIT WOU vrT, I MIL DAUMH CALL AND SHOW G
YOU AD WHY ANO WHAT TO 0DO AND MVE YOU PIRST
MAND INFORMATION ASOUT TVM FAMOUS SANFORD SUmIiRRIOA.
*iT A POSTAL BOARD AND StND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS
Chattanooga Sewer Pipe and Fire n
Brick Company, ""IR
Chattanooga; Tenn. AND 01
I DRAIN TIL1,
rHER CLAY OOf.
I5 In Cash Prizes
*for Florida Fruits
Look for Trade Mark on Crown a4 Label
The Most Healthful and Refreshing Drink.
The only authorized bottlers are,
Fruit and Trck Growers should get ready to make the exhibit at
the meeting of the American Pomological Society in Tampa, next Janu-
ary, a notable one. In order to encourage competition, the following
cub pRnmae offered by the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Company.
Prize winning fruits can be grown only on properly fertilized land.
G wen are WIn who go into this competition with the aid of Painter
ehikda, tshe izere that are adapted to the needs of the land and
am a-d a, 7I-m e Tried and Crop Tested.
Wrie for particulars and a copy of our 1910 Florida Almanac.
T IL E 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
The Pa Ka Coca Cola Bott ling Co
EDWARD KUMMER, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.
Palatka Ice Factory
ALL ORDI E WILL REOU I ROMPT ATTENTION.
bx a "
THE EXPRESS MAN WILL" RECEIVE YOUR PACKAGE
THE SAME DAY WE GET YOUR ORDER
PROMPT SHIPMENTS IS THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS
WU wILL nBEP ANA oF Tr FroLLOWIm Xpass PRPArID
I .. 1 I I - -
If aster Harper
Mmvq HIi Claub I
AVf ."Ab.O m Ae inde .. ..6.00
lM oomeq rm.m........... 4.00
0gManshui .. .......... ..76
M t C be ........ .. .. 6.0
us. Vi m .............. 6.OO
I U" li ...0...... ..... 600
4Bsoon Ua I"
rour Rome ............... 7.00 18.80
ThMre mtrm............. 7.00 8.40
Tenm= Old Rear......14 00
Black and Blue ........... 8.00
Haert Corn ............ 3.60
LAurel.aVUy ..........8 60
Chbetkr B rd ............ .26
DO0rflED IN BOND
CUrk'. Pure Rye ........ .0oo0
Sems omok ............. 6.00
arly Times ... ..... 5.(0)
Ougrnhrim n... '........ UO
Melwood ........ ..... 6.00
Blum'sN MoMram ........ 4 00
Moac* ur Mpin .. .........04 .O
"auk Sour Mm ......... 4110
W*HANDLE ALL IMPORTED WSNES AND
wamsBL=U 5185N 3555
PON@. @ .......60... *00006.0.90. .0
08.00, 65.80. 684.00, 64.80. 6.
6.60. 6.00 pwI OIas.
BULK OON WEISKET
$2.60., 3.00., .80 per OGaM. amcowding
On au orders for ".s0 or
over goods wUl be stpped
nla hadsome glass jas.
ASK FOR PRCE
JUNO'S oCIOINNATi 555
Per t d pint .............. ............... .. .... .0.. ...0... I
Pr 1Dos.parkd in WafO ..........................................* *
rim F. 0. U. Jaeca.udk., rI4.
CHASE. BLUM & COMPANY
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6M^BMB ^ ^^ t^^^^^^^^ " e L.- ^
to that su e
be operated on it
weS IsoUsth MW
to dlso be to take Lydh
. F m's egetable Comupod.
I did take It too e n tta)my
id broke and paa:ed away.m--r
IL B. HvxE,1
Lydia L. Pinkham's Vegetable 0om.
ioud, matde from rootsand bet
a pred to be the most
remedy for curing the worst forms of
female ii hitodol S display maent4
minibroW tulorw teur
M*rliee, periodic pains, 1MckIaf er.
Ing4own feUng. fta y, indg.
sandnervous prostration. It oets
ta trfte to try It, and the retoh
b bean worth nmio to mauy
r.uiu "n- tzi
.4.4'..,, 44 1.
Ooos~selv 5aMRso* dsis wife
kokes~ImgIs a certain QmqprWays and
a at *WkmIsft,4Awr*JuWAS
wow-At b* b
11 *' ;-
mu'.o' wnat tnn h al. ,
IAs;tee, Naw a, is
powar 41,i b x *bM I
40 a^eWe-4es tan the a'tsic
New York to PbI.p..fo .
bat" Aa f tmanw eat the Jlo*
mrn. fettusi that se aN1ed "
the tillable asfao of the Jap aeee
Islands. Our lands ae "wM. out."
oa co e s, isrely because our sNnt
still) sada meab patince are exhaust-
ed. and not because to do not coa.
tal W dtea their hobound sods. the
makanf of the food of allUon The
tesming IIttl* rms of present ldy
Japen wee "ropped a thousand yer
befo thae agrf lande o on the Ply.
DIFFICULTY OF INVASION.
Whenever war is discussed tnvuson
a sureto be treatedas a autter to
be considered anxiously. Yet suo.
ces5tul Invasioa has always been the
exception, rather than the rle. Mag.
land has had. a At of the shfver every
tow yare for cntaries at the thought
of abalo, and yet it has actually been
centuries ace she has suffered from
an Invasion. ma Manchester Union.
In. th last war with anslaad there
was a eat de l o talk about Inve
sieeu both of this country ad of an.
ada, yet notUdl g came of It all except
the taking of York, now Toronto, by
Pike, and the capture of Washington
by Ross, eIather of which had any
permanent relts or even any Impor-
tant Insluence on the course of the
war. Now and then something is
said In the newspapers and In military
circles about the Invasion of the
United States by the army of some
hostile nation. It is well enough to
provide suitable oasot defenses, for It
Would be disagreeable and expensive
for some one of our seacoast towns
to be levied upon for a heavy tribute
by a bhostile eet, but as to an tnva-
lon which would reach anywhere into
the Interior, it is not for a moment to
be seriously entrtalned.
The latest public sM develop
meot 1a the proposed estabilatbst
of eleaise at Muontelsr. N. J. for in
strti in thle preveattao of tubes
culoels. A cesus of the Moetelair
soboolb shows that thee are about SP
pupils who are p aonwpomed to tubes
onulosis, and to save these o ildren
ae othes the authrtl propose etose
to eablsh outdoor elfas ts eah of
the ool. It would be good p oge
to Mie lietruetios la warnare aepaes
tuberulesls general that th pe*
pils may uard themselves aanst Is
testies. sad avned lameleass a ae
outdoor cas The open air ebael
T ork.)s oei-nd e aad the usied
eaubwtld of Ct mthg are irbs
25"u. Twos olh. Ne you.
The .more mystery there is about a
woman tbe more attractive and scary
she looks to. a man.
When a young man admiresa girl's
hair she thfoa he Is bilno for a
bunch.of It to wear in his locket.
cod wea cmawmod 6Wto #wic
traA. R yp ,C4ea.
yIM 0 -.
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k poop Goo a
bep dk e Ld c -r& nywshe
----& &- O II -if* re -p
ebe~Ra mil3usher eCA4-
w~ -I I -- F
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~beUhg~-~a'me be., Yes
4set Pater be -, uarnd braggin
Eat it w" nowft waked yeNMIe
up* ares tm erlO.. we awe A
u4 seigood 00414cvow, WI&
m .. . i
Win by slne Prepared.
Those who are prepared for
worst ire the ones who generally
the best of It.
S 'i- ,
, .--. .4
2.M *Wesg04soo. en.
OUR-ft God amwe*k and tlwtve.
OR "J*- 40- 49- 4'49-'
ft ft t ft ft e vftt
tn thi Laboratory
By JANE OSBORN
CoYwriht. U93 by Assoclated iterary Press
,~~ea tIn a chemistry laboratory
5. 0 ai the face of it, abeurd, but
them Itawgt was a most un-
.t a preeO-- young, good looking.
Sfpoesseaed, good natured and not
b Mit comeited. And Madge Walton,
t Itast so Burke thought from the
5tRt, was quite unlike the-usual run
& eboimltry students.
She was always letting acids burn
er pretty Angers, accidentally blow-
*ag up test tubes and beakers and
Skeeping the chemistry class in gen-
a, and Prof. Burke Langton in par-
tl lar, In a state of perpetual ex-
S task of wooing Madge had been
etblagM but easy; not because
MNO ,i'erself was unwilling to be
pOW, but because it wasn't wise to
aW e college gossip and never
.WolM be until there was an actual
oagalaen. To call on her at her
dolmntory was much too obvious, to
Scbhaae to encounter her In the campus
was well enough but hard to arrange.
Sialtly, when the school year was
alO ov er, he took the Seal step-
be uabe her to go to town with him
to te theater. "I have something I
2 o I tk *over with you," he told
l to make his purpose clear.
W it is Impossibl any-
rqud the old college. We'll
Win B ethe theater a sort of an
Ap lptly Madge was delighted.
She hibed, and then blushed all the
Iara*e think that he had noticed
i *lb. Ho was to get the tickets
S'WasIp Sbskospearean,' and
t- W'eto meet in town where
O *a the dolalege people could see
t M m., ae- was to spend the night
,-' I tw wt friends, and he was to
S0 tQf0 O, perfectly happy.
T 9p st day had come, and Burke
s MI w4lOre bis desk in a state
041- l selection on Madge's eyes,
s vo le, and Madge's
S'-,"5sW am *e one stepped
V) to age deskL
Lago M ," It was fadeed
SgL wa tlbbngl: she seemed
*+ I"- g'-a4l)tlned. "Profeasor
1 --i won't be able to
S\ .m o, why. Miss Walton,"
In vanl for her usual
r A il amseyou will. Its all
"let y o of." He
Slto her faee to dis-
of her sdden change
"a eanO 1' he
e s7ld6" "1
w would have In-
smplt1te o plan.
A r the Inevitable
WSW ~of the
Tim a M He
ebe seamse -
bew toat of
him. "I can't explain." He recalled
the words and saw again the look of
anxiety on her face. Yes; she under-
stood how he felt and only wanted
to save his feelings.
Then the vision of her as he had
last seen her came to his mind. She
had left the room with two of
those tall, overbearing, all-Important
seniors. Just how he did not under-
stand, but somehow, he was sure.
those seniors were responsible for the
change. She had been with them
continually, he remembered. They
were making her another of that self-
sufficient, tiresome type of college
girl. And yet there came back the
certainty again and again that Madge
really and truly liked him.
When the afternoon had dragged
away and the monotony of dinner he
thought of the tickets in his pocket
and was Inclined at first to invite a
fellow professor to share the eve-
ning's entertainment with him, but
the thought of going without her was
So it was that Burke sought con-
solation in the laboratory, to go on
with an important experiment and
try to work himself into a state of
scientific indifference. It was about
7:30 when he reached the building.
It was, as usual, closed for the day,
but with the use of his latch key he
gained admission. He groped his
way through the main hall. up the
stairway, along the corridor toward
the laboratory. Suddenly he stopped
"Great heavens!" he said aloud,
and then a sickening dread came
upon him as he realized that he had
stumbled in the dark upon some-
thing soft and human. In the deep
shadow he could see the graceful
figure of a girl, covered with black.
lying motionless upon the stone floor.
"It's one of those poor, over-
worked students who's fainted from
fatigue," he thought with a touch of
annoyance as he bent down over her,
and then realized that students
couldn't be in the building at thit
time of night, as their work there
was over at sundown.
To call for assistance was useless,
as there was no one within call of his
voice. He hurriedly lifted the limp
form in his arms and carried it up the
stairs into the laboratory. There he
laid it down on the floor while he
reached to snap on the electric
It was Madge-Madge enveloped in
an academic gown, with a black cloth
drawn over her eyes. Almost faint
with dread, he felt her pulse and lis-
tened for her breathing. Everything
was perfectly normal, but still he
could not rouse her. In a second he
had the bandage from her eyes and
was throwing water into her face.
when he perceived a faint smile.
Still her eyes were closed and she
was apparently unconscious. "Madge!
Madget" he seid ln a voice that did
not iound like his own. "Don't you
As he shaped her handa fradealliy
work of the children during their time
of dependence. We do well to de-
nouace the modern sweatshop, or the
factory or mine crowded with child
workers, but let us remember that a
large percentage of the children of
these huge families, among the work.
Ins gad farming classes a hundred
years ago were more underfed, over-
worked, beaten and ill treated, stunt-
ed physically and deformed mentally I
than of the children of any civillsed
oemmunlty today, even In factory
towa.-Dr. Woods MHteblaes.
-> 1 4
11110ow S Ts kwh -a
by ~e 0 w0rk, 2d pt be had never
tbhe.ht of Maas se having studied
me. Certaily bhe didV d sped
muchb "o t o ebomlbtr. He
hurriedly reached to his tRpcl
meat table for some strong ammonia
to the lm bpe of rousing her.
He put the uncorked bottle before
her and watched her anxiously. In a
second she had opened her eyes. sat
up and pushes the bottle from her.
and then as abe saw the anxious face
before her, a look of mystification
came over her.
'"Why, why, where am IT" abe
asked, rubbing her eyes and looking
about in alarm. "My. but that's
strong. I Just couldn't keep still an-
'It'a all right. Madge, little girl,"
said the professor, lifting her to a
chair. "You'll feel better In a little
while." Then he stood anxiously
i over her, looking down Into het
It was a good many minutes before
things were straightened out; before
the professor realized that Madge
was undergoing the preliminary
stage:% of her Initiation to a secret
society when he encountered her In
the hall, and that she had been com-
manded by her initiators to lie per-
fectly quiet with her eyes closed no
matter what occurre'I
"And why didn't you tell me why
you couldn't keep your date with
me?" he asked.
"Because it was all a solemn secret
about the Initiation and we were
commanded not to tell,"'' she said
simply. "It's such an honor to be
asked to join that no one ever thinks
of objecting even if they do have to
break their engagements. I thought
you would understand when I told
The professor was sitting on his
desk looking curiously at the girl
who had been taken from him and
now had been strangely brought
back again. "See here, Madge." he
said, looking at his watch. "We'll
only miss the first act if you go with
me now. Do you want to or would
you rather go back to and join that
"I think," said Madge. "I would
rather go with you."
This time the professor under.
DEFECT IN "GOOD OLD DAYS"
Children of Large Faillies Were Un-
derfed, Overworked, Beaten
and II Treated.
We are told by many that the mod-
ern woman is becoming forgetful that
her chief and highest duty is to rear
children in the fear of the Lord, or
that if she recognizes this duty she is
rebellious against it. And we are
pointed admiringly and regretfully to
the good old days when mothers saw
their duty to church and state, and
meekly performed it in the shape of
families of eight, twelve and fifteen.
There are only two defects in this
beautiful dream of the days of old.
The first is that neither the fathers
nor the mothers of these huge families
had any particular intention, or, in.
deed, any idea, of sacrificing them.
selves for the race, or doing their
duty by the community; they were
simply following their instincts and
taking the consequences more or less
patiently-and stupidly. The second is
that with the exception of the small
classes of independent means, .these
large families, if valued at all, were
valued chiefly as a source of Income
to their parents from the earnings or
This Institute Treats Club Feet, 01-s
eases of the Spine, Hip Joints, Paraly-
sis, Piles, Fistula, Hernia, Rheuma-
tism. etc. Send for Illustrated circular.
-Myfather abaen asisrfer froamlak
headache for the lastI tweIty* year sad
never (Oesd amy selid atll be1iE
taking yoar Caswell_ Oamw be
begu hinkg Casmsreb ho has I had
the headache. They bem aM"ly red
bim. Ca16areta d what 7 Masad
Uthe to do. I wi gve I e le
of e"g his 0nae."-- M.if
sas Relimr St., W. IadlamaplS
I I m w w;
Ethel-Weren't you surprised when
you heard about my borse runala
away with me?
Ernest-Not very. I'd do the same
thing myself it I got the chance.
St. Louis Lady Cured of sisema.
SM Vernon Lt., St. Louis, Mo.
I have had Ecsema for tour years, and
have tried everything possble to cure itM
without success,. until I tried Tttne.
Your medicine has cured me after dx
months' trial. Min A. B. Klug.
Tetterlne cures Eccema Itching Pl.s
fRIng Worm. Dandruff ant every form of
Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterlne Mec:
Tetterine Soap 26c. At druggists or by
mail direct from The Shuptrine Co.. Sa-
With every mail order for Tetterine we
ve a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pills
No Help Needed.
A little miss of five years who had
been allowed to stay up for an eve-
ning party, was told about 8:80 to go
to bed. Very, very slowly she moved
toward the stair. An aunt, seeing her
"Helen, can I do anything to help
"No," replied Helen, "I will get
there altogether too soon as it is."
TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY
for Red. Weak, Weary, Watery Byes
and Granulated Eyelids. Murine Doesn't
Smart-Soothes Eye Pain. Drugists
Bell Murine Eye Remedy, UIquld.2e,
50c. $1.00. Murine Eye Savire in
Aseptic Tubes. 25c. $1.00. Eye Books
and Eye Advice Pree by Mall.
Murine Eye Remedy Co.. Chicago.
I hold it Indeed to be a sure sign
of a mind not poised as it ought to be
If it be insensible to the pleasures of
Por (OLDS amd GRIP
Hicks' CAVruM Is* the best remedy-re-
lievee the aching and feverfehnee --eurm the
Cold and rettores normal conditions. It's
Sliq ui4--effete Immedlatly. 10e., i e., and bo.
At drujir stores.
And sensible men consider It too
much trouble to look for trouble.
Naional n Ipstltute
72 8. Pryor St., Atlanta, Ga.
obhned so fremquetl. ame tmb
th h are e oeustomed to ther M
ID tiv habitat to sunlight a air an
around tbhe. rom this, thq sw
taken and coafsnA in a smal bowl.
sad this bowl Is kpt Is a dose room
into which the seldaM or ser
penetrates, sad the Coneesee*II to te
o oxypn in the water I used up rap
Idly and the t h die faowast of sIr."
S-Chicago lnte Ooce.
AND NOW COMES THE JIBBAH
SIf You Don't Know What it la, Red
theo allowing lDescrptlon of
There is nothing prettier In a room
than a bowl of gold fish. The bright
colored, lively little creatures darting
In and out of the green vegetation In
the bowl makes a picture that one
never tires of studying. But gold fish
are delicate things and It Is deprees-
Ing, when one has left them full of life
and energy the previous nlght, to dis-
cover them dead In the-mornalng. 1
ind that many novices have trouble In
the same direction and In some n-
st4noes have given up the Pttempt to
kep sh -la the bowL o I dealed to
t expert information on the subject
for the benefit of the readers of this
"In the fArt place," said the expert.
"don't nmake the mistake that one
woman did who came complaining to
me today. I questioned her concern-
Inl the food she had given the fish
and found that she had fed them noth-
Ing but bread. That toIs a sure way
to klUl'the fish, for the broad contains
yeast and this sours the water and It
would be necessary to change It every
half hour or so to keep the fish alive.
"If you will watch a fish that Is fed
with bread you will see him eat It
for a little time, but as the bread gets
sour from the action of the water he
will take It In hibl mouth and cough it
out very quickly. Common sen
ought to teach one that when the fish
spits out gte bread It is not the right,
food for Bmr. Oatmeal makes good
fish food, but the prepared food make
especially for the purpose is the best
thing to footed them with.
"DaV't overfeed the Ash. They don't
require a lot of food. Give them
enough to have a good bite or two all
around, but don't keep the fash food
loatin all the time on the sawn e of
the water, It fouls the water sad the
fIsh will overfeed themselves and
"When you seo the fab smeng the
, I a sure sinm that the water 18
Stale sad should be chaeed.
Sell aually sday ear them
sa"S aa log s as the water b
a"ad to ay pfrt eds the
Svter seed up ye'- wsll
o^ as f W*e.
.7a vf th aterm
^^E^S^w^^^B^i^K~^^e^ am^l ^^ ta *** v^ ^
My friends admire my jtbbah. It is
much prettier and more mraeful than
an ordinary kimono, and It takes only
half a day to make one. The material
should be at least 44 Inches wide.
There is absolutely no waste to acut
ting, except the circle or square at
the neck. The lenth of the sleeve
must be determined according to the
figure. When that to done the dis-
tance from underarm to bottom, b, d,
li bisected at e, and the triagular
portion, a, b. e, which I ut out, t Is
turned right around to form the sore.
d., 0. If the gown Is made of fl-
ured material, a yoke of plain goods
would be pretty. U the jibbah is of
plain cloth the yoke may be beuti-
fully embroidered, making a pretty
and becoming house sown.-Good
If something now be your aim in
matter of the ornameatatlon of a
blouse, drawn work ts osueotod by
somo of the most suocesful makor
as an effective relief trom the pea-
atal asertlon or embroidery. The
coarseo eshee eoinucb tn use this s o
son offer stability and an u-ausal
oolness to which ebareteristloe Is
added the easy "drawing quality.
Whoe marquisette or volle is draw
and worked with coaorse line thrad
in some of the simpler drawawork
pattern the decorative value is was.
derfully taIreosed. SquaUs, liOes a
podtod pleastaU a ar aWalasbo, a
when the wo blooMse s built over .
eastrat~ eole to bring It at ho hr
mot woith t k the h te rn do
A Prtty otb MrVir My be mde
fIoa ya4dW kdf wW & sad isa
bmue W r sPk Pa4 o0n sk Ismd
ab'e*- Va" g- .s .4"
to combat these t se0 ts
*e + s- sel, Th- '',,r 1
h L i L *" ' "f jA d o "
ma- be able toM t, A st at.. ,l
ad bet' le 'with wh
to spp w thm, we w nhav opoMd
lossetloldo department 1o which woe
carry a full took of
Send for price lit,
I WiUso & Twmr Fertilizer Comp.y,
FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BORS
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATPS
Of all KInds, Orange Wraps, Coment-Coatd Naldl,
Cypress Field Bome, Spruce Pole Ladders, Bte
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wum uruow _'msuivOwMa
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Bem bottle 10) prOof Whukey
1R00 2 gallons $4.50
Vi pUI 1g* praO t whiskey ust as It comes from the tI,
5 with haladle, $2.60 per gallon. or $450 for two gallons,
.100I11 o to ro n" Southwe rpre Co. My whiskey to
".B a- meBllow w; every ropI s real whisker with the right
I Ytau CANT get a better whiskey at any prioe. It Is
It 1U pIeestf, guaranteed under the National Pure Food Law. It Is
-- omme"dlo for medicinal purposes on account of Its purity
O CONTINENTAL RYK-10 years old .... .... .... MOO per Gallon
EXPRESS PAID ON ALL SHIPMENTS.
TOM COOPER' LAUREL VALLEY, Old Corn Whbbkey, $3.10 per
gallon; two gallons $6.75. Best Old Corn Whiskey made. Price list
tree. TARE? YOUR CHOICE of either above offers and address
0L. COOPER, 436 E. Bay t., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Successor to J. H. Woolley.
*HIP us ; I
ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, TANGERINES,
Vegetables In Season
GEO. B. LONG & CO.,
VEGETABLES IN *SA80N.
U Wet Market Street-140 Mihign tret - - BUFFA.O, N. Y.
Plrida Represntatlvel COLUMBIA NAT. BANK of BUPPFALO
FRED N. DIeKEY. SAN MATEO ITEM.
When in Palatka don't Fail to visit the Wonderland
Theare. The MOVING PICTURE 8HOW of quality.
Entire change of programme eaoh night.
Admission ioc. Children 5c.
Look the world over-you cannot beat this combina-
tion. The firms above named stand for years of "Know-
ing How" to make clothes for Men, and well have they
mastered their art. All there is in clothing that will im-
prove the appearance and still leave comfort to the wearer
has been found by them. They don't make a style
for one season and then drop it. They study it year after'
year until they know what man-kind wants. There is a
vast difference between
and the ordinary kind. Notice the wearer of a Hand.
Made Suit and you will readily detect the Individuality in
the fit around the collar---it's there in every one.
We are glad to show these clothes because we know
what they are-won't you let us show you?
Kennerly Hardware Co.
Amrican and Ellwood Wire Foice.
9 t thdr delivered prices before buying elsewhere
JEMISH A NEWSPAPER
to own a priating ofoe or be a
F ::a newspaper. Wtyour locals
tsad&end the copy to us. We
complete and send to you ready
Sall black space free of charge.
now befin successfully pub-
Mewes containing suitable reading
We sell the Only Guaranteed Patent
Leather Shoe Sold in Putnam
Also Agents for the Celebrated
Hanan & W. L. Douglas Shoes
UNION MADE OVERALLS AND
I promptly fo weekly, sm-
ZrAtf. m B W
LEATHER GOODS, TRUNKS,
BAGS AND WICKER SUIT CASES
M IsC, F,. F9pU'e We G mi.U d
-- .4 1
~, 9 Vi
Lw .. ,.',
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DTRING his recent stay of a day
and night In Omaba, CoL Roose-
voelt was initiated Into the order
ko A.Jhar4eBn an organlsatlon of Mid-
d4e West "boosters." Such details as
have leaked out give the Idea that
the ceremonies were of a peculiarly
lively character, and the distiUnulshed
Initiate is said to have enjoyed them
hugely. The character of the dolnpg
may be judged from the Illustrationm
represUnlg "stunts" through which
th* ex-preesdent was put From the
expreeston on his face It may be
Nudged that the tfun n no way dis
'pleased CoL Roosevelt.
Lat year President
itated oohfe sleoty.
ly maale up of business
'bl d-,.themselve in
movement, having for
developmet of the
Taft was in-
whleh ts obht
men who have
Its obect the
IN THE SC
Remnant of French Panama
Canal Goes to Melting Pot.
Ceetly Maohlnery Brought Over by
okere of Ferdinand do Leeseps
Belng Sent to Pumaees to
Be Made Over.
Harrisbur, Pa.-The shot of old
-dIam de L6 es4 a the P-Npco ew
eeossI eld ptaod aghast were t to
viot the yards of the Harrisburg Iroa
a0d tel m aad see what tois be
Iu 4I a with eastly ahamery
-I e t 1 whiV he sopped froM
VN to the Isamth of Plasam to
, tb eaMnidla the ocsmstrustl 0 o1
q, A ol fo t r byPre Mas a" m
.......... swe 40ok rooeo I *n
^^^D^^HBM^^R^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ <^^^r^^ba^^
GeorIe was a4 agIeWb
piltasg as Wt m nrM
t a ,ave oe hesesat1e=
theft, for had he not a MV t
stoln kflas from hia..bte 'I
Made, em of the a eswt loat
slrls, was ualy lsawltr as "
sory; bshe reewt ed to ism iW
"ach seemed to have ptrbte
denoe in the other, bxevW, aiW
sentence was preosowd br a
ly quaUfled oaolal t 4ldM
wrve their time together.
They remained oral to the
soMow. maklt -any-i-r~t te
but durtoc the oswnu
we-dire chargeables to ti
W. B. in Pcok.
W why H We u ,OU14
. eThey oe rWII '
di wee will be
ovthdrew to rance to die of a Hypnotm S
ds of te st the French le ad
any left on the ground all of ma of olvi a marital trouble
chnery some of which had e be hypot ha Just been refused eWa vM
HYPNOTIC AID IS REFUSED"low$
inueNewt York Magisoftrate Rejects Offr n dl by M trate Corn p
aatof ervooces of of "Proess or of Crdosmi laton
that thdre tobeen made to die of a Hypnotism."p' rse
In the rea doy to put tthe reach e om- Now or k.-c A simpon M rate oa r
pan, left on the ground all of its a- m the of sodlvin adl marital troubles
chinery, some of whih W never ba by hypnotism has Just been refused .
Cm. hugesteel soops OW drd o, dI" m of Now York's cow .
that had been maidei Inlh e and O A ta, dark man.of impressive pW
were ready to put together, hug pe ase ad upon Magletft-Cor,
emne", levers a&I costly Outnlgs a&, nell the other day and lntVoIM~*-
This oey* ot W lay Ia the pea of tntermed the lglarate hb was ready
the Amercan engineers whe they to pla he M mporly the
came to 41 the new ditth which Uale sevloe of the o rt.
Sa'm ha In eora. oI mOutruadoa. "I e be of vast aeStane he
s ome at it w eaoeom d with mud a "Is a needed Noth
I foot deep; some of it gatvereWd t a stead a stast my powers. Let a
Inch deeply ofthe forse f troph e; couple w re at war Dome to me. I
f looeeotives that ooa, thousands la look In their ees. I stroke their
r rSe lay upntjue, tMo redage p* buetd. I may so Vt. *o. ohfle ,
_of the swamp blees, an maeys and be at pes.* They lk ot trtle
,wunt from ome bridge piee to the de" -
SotheW had doe their aneenters MagN rate ormWa ll eld 1A W
wh De Le eps aad hs merry men take theU ase of the polomer ad C
Sbea to dt e ditch that M t ed t Osr him If he was needed, bt
1 There weolym* t toNd t o"e wibthat he wU try to w r. a sA-
this ld tL and that wa to maer Wra w e.
t 4t sell It (or sik. e -- 1^
I to be is te 0 ta11 t fe tm on~ 6W MIV
pot, I e Iel *ahi. ToMe apa N Tw --Ht a
toes e Vt were set to Ww Twot ea6 to1 m th1L $MOeWe &
*ldasi endams .a*@ .*atae~ash.ist"aaOdinathe CW t _T
y;< ~ -
owes nd lp fn t emil
lm ineubater Baby.
0ob1's hand, pushed It up,
t enWrldted his forearm I
h charge deftly In
Incubator nla san-
ow.many more, days-or hour-
I- h meat of humanity liver
of the hospital physician.
pdt Viashel who answered
et New York, perfector with
s Sa"d fchehkeln of the infant
Ip-Slto to Its present soientific
Aim -"ad0 of the medical, system of
ssl u and nourishment now
UMEI a. uAoctlon with it
.*U-esW." answered FP Uhel, who
S strong German accent.
Sbhas an excellent chance to
4 tto a reng, healthy, full-
J.-I shaf be much disap.
L if he dimes asot."
adInt weighs less than two
Oee ounces. It dies on
ts birth." he said. "I its
a fro two pods and three
thee pounds and fly
the weight be
sand Ae ocesm to
on abr ftas161m t us a ftp-o, w
awih att Wtit th pat.r Aw
Infant cnildhowd." w
INDIAN MUSEUM AT LONDON
Is to Outhinhlie clI Alrehtiturial
Attretions and WIH Cost ThrM
Tnmdon -That something muat be
done to meet Indian sentiment If the
growing restiveness of the natives is
to be offset has at last dawned on
John Bun. So in addition to giving
titles to prominent men and admitting
more Indians to the viceroy's council,
it ts Intended to build In London a
magnificent three million dollar mu
seum nearly opposite the houses of
parliament There will be stored
specimens of all the varied products
and curiosities of the great principal-
Ity. At present Indian geological ez-
hbbits are stored in one part of Lon-
don, the vegetable products in another
and the antiquities at the British mu-
Some Indians want the palatial
building to be erected in Calcutta, but
others support the British proposaL
Alongside this Oriental palace of sa-
tional Interest the London county
council in building a huge county hall,
so before long the south side of the
Twill lose its present sordid
SapFrnoe and rival the Victoria em-
bankment side, with 1ts parliamentary
buildings and great hotels.
To make the building stand out un-
mistmslrbly, it is proposed by ex-Gov-
ernment Architect Chisholm of Ma-
dras to cover the domes and minarets
of the museum with white tiles.
There are some financial difficulties
to be met, for the British taxpayer is
Proposed Indian MIuseunm
to be called on to buy the site, find
fresh accommodation for the preeat
ooupier. ,ad to pay an aanual sub-
aidy. But B tie scheme to baked by
Lord Curson, Lord Roberts. air m.-
ehrjes Bhownsgre and a hor of
others notable It is sure to mate alls.
Tena Loodon will have a new archl-
taundJ attraction to outshlne all
ab o- one of the flest sites to
U.r. warm aa 0
r. nm*Is. tmus ita
- sad ^^H^abiw^ 3g9W -U. P. ^^^fl^^il
*e ei uae Alwav Beust. and awhi tal bee
"I t t ovWe8 y h"t, ha borne Igftmia o
Sdsat leh been made uadwer hi pe*
Smet supervidon sinee its Infancy.
A Allow no one to deceive you In this.
A onlMt, ImtoM and "Just-as-good"m rbut
_p---ftM -Nthat trle with and endanger the health of
Instant sad al dlea-x- permenpe a galnt Experimeut
What Is CASTORIA
Casto s a Is arml-ss ablate for Castor Oil, Pare
gor, Deop and Soothing Syrup.. It In Pleasant. It
eontalk adoth Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo
abMteawe. Its ag I ts guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Pverishnem. It eureq Diarrhbea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
and Platulency. It almilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloep.
The Chfldre's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You lave Always Boght
In Use For Over 30 Years
w s0 U6 0.m f eaW WsInwame. se Wes SEo.
THE O8MERS-HART ORANGE CLIPPER.
By making a very large coutraet, we are able this year to Fedu#e the
price of.he Somers-Hlart Orange C Ulper from $1.29 to 85u eaob, post-
paid, and from $12 to $8.50 per dua en. The ('lipper this year I" an Im-
provement over last year, as It is urulbhed with a bolt to take up the
nut so that the wear of .the scjssurs can bo taken up. These clip-
pers have ,been adopted by the Qit rus Exabanges all over the Sta"e.
and we are receiving ordem from (J alifornia ad Porto kico. It is clatn-
ed to be the best orange cllpgpi on the lxarket. Seid for a trial pair
at 85c postpaid, or one dozen for $8.50.
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., ------- Jacksonville, Florida.
G- It -
Furniture and House Furnishing Goods
o eM isMr. and tbate-.
-m a#ve &a Oreerny sad OChia Tabt w s-
--L 95IM 8 kl, Odh Plee dal Olafwrag lamAs, eta
W, IS PRONT ST, PALATKA.
we n e M flMU*
%. ,~ 4% 4w..
"~ ---- 1
the301se Wdilone.tts W es oa
Uhout the Als oudthat hleor
sw owarINdythea MTN"hof
to prst*0t4the cvn wt. mWw 0 u o
gustam.atSIb was fought oa WftoWA"l0tmd
med at~lavvy mn tat ~ and b'puss? Pmaat r. beisre a
orthe esAbsh cO"amen"fK ss-~fon All. HarWo r~YIt
soi stte Inlpica t Of t -10 som~sObe'
the ShRPOtvuggeotsOftl@ wmt VinIta ng on a vofThb
calledcomider bewarn,---lmmed W ,afteostWOOwIea
tatm jba"ron, the tppos pr Iml
thaled ectlaouseof hKsatt ackonlar. ,mAK O OVI -a
thers harpest tookpet n the N. W mk;Insitinton a hewThmes
ftl^ 1a 1m ill~ ova ,See
woman who gave tbh umo dJs.
.Sopboe Pluam nest dnmr ut
the prtnece of st letSt 1,004
tatos5 9n the Delawar river bias
an Olocster. She *as reeMG d t
te nick of time by a m In fa sI unek
and afterward relv id Ina ae rt
buildlag. The big crowd vwas tho
oughly thrifle by the nlthg speg*
taoso tbh womas &aver*& #
nk a rude aspmptstodo t
13th, begins our -regular 'f
Opening, and we extend a cordial invitation toWevy I
within reach of Palatka, and we fully believe that
will be glad you made the visit, as we will show one of
most complete FALL STOOKS ever exhibited. We
expect to have on display all the new creationMs in
4 ~IM hasbeestldso ZomtR1
kap lsow es. 0'e I
~~vd44 met ife wbk
two." ad emlie avald h
"Isr ta theewo uld e btasqi
91 tvurgri.Mr h w sm.s
Im frthe eyov iteIsst
ed that sh. uusjbelqedDIs
tsmime n mosod i&W*Avp
GM sno authatlt
04 whM ho
sr w a' tesbu
all the new Persian effects. Our ReOtO
opartment. up to the Standmal'i
we yr*l1 find all the new cftatio-s i
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