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SAN MATEO, FLA., DEC. 17, 1910.
,ulaiOgI,, se. ~L' w
* As Beautiful weather now as one
could ask for.
Mr. McShane, of New York City,
spepD a few days here the past week
with his daughter.
Mises Merrill and Metealfe and
SMesrs. Hubbard and Rowton came
w4, 3 *bpy auto for the dance Thursday
H Harvey Abrams and wife, of
1 ., arp in San Mateo again
J b. ttiter, at the home of Chas.
^ ii. B. si+wa, representing Olivet
1**w York, was in town the.,
tb week looking over
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Under See. A of Chapter 46, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. F.
Oanas is purchaser of 69-72nds of
Tax Certiflcate No. 781, dated 4th
day of June, A. D., 1894, has flied
said Fractional Certificate in my of-
flce, and has made application for
Tax Deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated In Putnam County,
WiofNEB of N4'. RI8 of NKI, of NPI>.'
iS 20tths of S" ',f N "f NEK4 and S1, A
o oi- f 1 1of W~. of N6 of iR 4. Seoinon
17, Township 12,8. angs 27 .--481. Atrv0s.
The said land being assessed at
the (late of issuance of such Frac-
tional Certificate in the name of
Unless said Fractional Certificate
shall be redeemed according to law,
Tax Deed will issue thereon on the
8d day of January, A. D., 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 8d day of December, 1910.
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County, Florida.
By H. Hutchinson, Jr., D. C.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
S- A TAX DEED.
S*,peMeO to leave Under See. of Chapter 4M8. Laws of Florida.
Itiney, Vla., Notice It hereby given that J. F.
Sa thd Christmas Ganas, urohaser of Tax Certificate
es. 'No. 9 00 dated Ist day of July, A.
NOe.$, D..1901 has filed said certificate in mpy
officee, and has made application for
:,|iV.IwR|! wife and two tax deed to issue in accordance with
ipbheast N. Y., arrived law. Said certificate en braces the
pa5 7 sAeaear comfortably sit- following described property situat-
pe1 awid'tre comfortably sit,- ed in Putnam County, Florida,
p lor sthe wiuterin the Douglas to-wit:
SSer of sej. Section 16, Township
S---- 12, S. Range 2t71-40 Acres.
I el Will Flowers, aged 18, daugh- The said land being assessed at
tile date of imsuance of such certif*
of Mr. andtMrs. Henry Flowers' icate ilu the name of E. N. Maull.
S;lore) died lat Monday evening. Unless said certificate shall be re-
t*"e : t eral Tuesday afternoon was deemed according to law, tax deed
pl' av attended. will issue thereon on the 8d day of
? *January, A. D., 1911.
S^ Witness my ofmclal signature and
V W Iym A. Satherland. seal this the 8d day of December,
S IWWllia A. Sutherland, aged 19o10.HUTH N,
died at the hou of his on [Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
'- . Sutherland, in Riveside, last Putuam County, Florida.
S algMt at 9 o'clock. Deceased was By Henry Hutchinson, Jr., D. C.
t o: r Coolumbla county, Georgia, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
S.. Oetobr-14, 1MT, and fNught for the TAX DEED.
SDfe.derate esUse throughout the Uader See. of Chapter 4a,Laws of Fltrids.
et ih war. Me is survived by six Notice is hereby given that J. F.
L "a dreu, thrpe daughters and three 0an1s, purchaser of Tax Certif-
S. TJly are Mrs. L. A. Boebuek, late No. 98. dated lot day of Juine,
SbM4, has filed said certificate in my
of ville. TMn9., MM. Y. O. Al- office, and has made application for
6 (qda Keys, Mrs. T. M. tax deed to lasue in accordance witb
SGreOtr Cove Sprlnp, P. law.' lad certificate embraces the
%ri C l orlMl.f t e, M. following described property sit-
he ol ofad belng assessed at
lnat sal# ldlels at' the dleof iassanme of sueh eertif-
gpAd &W T# a. dee rdin to lw, ta deed
$9w or Son e d day ofwns hi
MMMMs"MME I m m
^^eI av yorI u cha, . if
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Under See. 8 of Chapter 48M, Laws of rlorids.
Notice is hereby given that J. F.
Ganas, purchaser of Tax Certif-
cate No. 140 dated the 8d day of
July, A. I)., 1906, has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to issue In
accordance with law. Said certif-
icate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated in Putnam
County, Florida, to-wit:
SwL of noY4 of swq, Section 17,
Township 12, S. Range 27 E-10
The said land being assessed at
the date or the Jisuance of such cer-
tificate in the tame of Henry H.
Unless said ce.rtiflcate shall be re-
de.emed according to law, tax deed
will Insue thereon on the 8d day of
January, A. D.. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the d day of December,
[Seal]J, Clerk Circuit Court,
Ja8. Putnain County. Florida.
By Henry Hutchinson, Jr. D. C.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Under See:8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florlda.
Notice is hereby given that J. F.
Oanas. purchaser of Tax Certlf-
cate No. 912dated. the let day of July
A. D. 1901. has filed said certificate
in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to Issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in-Putnam County,
N 9Y4 A of w% of swV of ne5. and
n 8 A of e% of sw% of nm"'. and nw
,~ of ne ., S ct ion 20, Township 12,
S. Raing, 7 E--674 Acres.
The said land heing assessed at the
d(ato of the issuance of such certif-
icate iI the niaume of J. E. Mar-
JUnless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 8d day of
January, A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 8d day of December,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County, Florida.
By H. Huthlinson, Jr. D. C.
Children's Home Soolety.
I)o you want to be happy on Christ-
Do you want to make others happy
on that day?
Listen I You can do both by send-
Ing a donation just now to the Chil-
dren's Home Society of Florida, to
help them to provide homes and hap.
pines and Santa Claus for many
homeless, abandoned and helpless
babies and children from all over
the State of Florida. Big or small,
sead your donation to R. V. Coving-
tol, Treasurer, Roonm 6, Board f4
Tade Building, Jackaoovllle, Iad
ItU him you sew this noleoe 1b tbli.
yM ober, "Itas more blessed o
Bv tan e to reve'."
"LL ICCIIOW& pOf fOOIDA POP
VhirfD STArflS SEATOR
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO
Under Bee. 8ot Chapter 488, Laws of Florld j
Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. *.
8. Brewer, purchaser di one-halft t
Tax Certlficate No. 867, dated 8d day
of July, A. D., 1899, has fnlld salad
fractional Certificate in my office,
and has made application for fax
Deed to Issue in accordance with law.
Said fractional Certificate embrasd
the following described property,
situated In Putnamn County, Florm
Wi, of ej of Npe, Seetlon ,
Tow ni h Ip 108. Range 84 E.-0aeg sa.
The said land being assessed at ;
the late of issuance of such fractleon-
al Certificate in the name of 4-"
Unless said fractional Certlfoate
shall he redeemed according to law.
Tax Deed will issue thereon on the
20th day of December, A. D., 1910.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 19th day of November,
A. D., 1910.
(Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County, Florida.
By H. Hutchinson, Jr., D. C.
The Tax Books of the Town of San
Mates City for the 1910 Assessment
will be open beginning Nov. lest fog
the purpose of receiving taxes.
HAROLD W. HILLs,
Town of San Mateo City. Fla.
The public school closed yeeter-
day for a Christmas vacation. iam *
Farris will spepd her holiday In
Jacksonville, and Mi.a Andersoa at
her home in Oreen Oove Springe
The V. I. dasmu Tharsada nlght
was fairly well by the home
folks and a feo from Palatka while l
ease ever abomnobUe. M .
Balby at the pane left sotb ing
he desired Ia he w!of 91 l,
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KUNZ, MARSH & PENDLETON
170 READE STREET,
SWEST STRKT ------- -- --- NEW YORK.
Freight rates from lorda west are nearly double those east froa
cid iaWe we Uave eo endeavoring for some time through tOe a-
termetaU 00mn.mere non to hav Florda rates reduced ad hope
to *t-ftlaPK th* who patrealet you sad ship to as beaoon
work pi Nf F1 orida shippers' Interests. No other reolver
Slatace sad we are working for your Interest
0 pi *utatioqk return a a catastory reeftt.
Refeenoos: Irving Natonal Bank, The Packer, Fruit Trade Journal,
Meroasntle Agencles and any responsible house in the United States.
4 ,. 1
PHILLIPS L SONS
of Nt~ea) League of Ceomm lesion Moerhante of the United States
da Fruits and Produce
m ikPORTEIS AND EXPORTERS.
IIaxW Qb ilMo9 Nainal Bank, N. Y.; Aetna National Bank, N.
V. t TuYi Co. N. Y., and emmerelal AgS8eiea.
0 #"mew'o YPN,.. . . . . NEW YORK.
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4a4 ApttV ttle poV with 0' teaI ou ftas s Gau,
oet0on for toue O a r Ier mk but about tbree USe tR
bout 04 huedred bot truit this boundaries. owl we a tm
"sWsA. Whaat on the property ad erty aft a sm l orsiggy i
aw p bag ho s ~an be put down ofnany pat of It L .
s ye vast as Interest la bearing We have propertle* Us ing
gro1?T No better Investment a few hundred to $18.000. Vite
B ilorit. Write for particular, so about price you would rant to P,
am" et pra6ts, o press, et. for a place and we will write f.S
--__.. ,, ,.u about what we tave around yewor a.
43-acre tract, one of the beat in San ure.
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about There are orange groves here that
20 aeres cleared, fences not in best are paying from $100 to $1,000 per
of shape, small house and packlan acre.
house. A Bostor gentleman came down n
December for his health, boought 10
Five acres in San Mateo corpora- acres of land for $500, had It set out
tlon, $600. Onefourth mile from post- to ranges and grapefruit; and before
office: lies well for two or more lots he left in spring could have sold at
for winter cottage. enough profit to have paid all his ex-
penses for the winter. He refused to
Building lots in sod location, $100 sell.
to $500; lOOxt00 feet to 5 acres in .-- .
extent. Wild land, large tracts, up to ope
thousand two hundred acres; fve
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din- miles webt of- Palatha; $5.0 aog&.
Ing rom and large living room, about County building bard surtW trOd
two asres land recently set out In or- through it; lies between two rva
range trees, nicely situated tn ceatr way lines. -.
tf town. Cottage furnshed. For rest Buy your ti.oet to aON .ee
r sale. Photo. W ,
Fifty acre, part cleared, allroad tue to go t@ rt Sth SoUS th4 b 4
one side, river on west: one mile bac. .
Vm. Wast a h A
MRmwhatW Ha hi" '. 0W116
SJ. A. Crosby,
SAN MATBO. PLA.
BEACH & MILLER LINE.
THE S T. JOHNS RIVER WV AYLINSH
Stemers "Crescent" and Clivedri.
--ioW s3OU."- .... - *3--m-
S . W LMt MaU. Mra Om .
-. gl. eI w g 4 -. "". h as... -- --- r^
tw l 1 . A .s $= e-I
&on 0 0 *?IiM AiifHt^ Wake
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A W s m.m
A ,~ Am'AMu
Opening Lvember 24, 1910
-COImNUmIG 100 OR MORE DAYS-
Presenting the Highest Class Horses and Best
0 Jockeys of the American Turf.
6-41 EMI I*UIFIIZNT lACE DAILY--6
pQzm bfaku*d Purm
T. V. Cashen, President,
H. D. Brown, Vice President & General Manager,
F. J. Pons, Secretary-Treasurer.
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WS. WANT TO
HEAR FROM SHIPPERS IN PUTNAM
SF. PARK a CO.
- 344 Washington St.
Smith's Home-Made Candy--All Kinds
Chocolate Bon-Bons, Kisses,
BUTTERCUPS, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.
IeN ?uII iar.
Hot and Cold Drinks
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO CARRy FULL LINE
OF HUYLER'S CANDIES.
St.O .aT, ware. Orookery, Doors, 8ash
4and linds, Paints, Oils, Etc.
Rig M, Loa. t
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gAt, FLA. ,
I HE twenty-fifth of Decem-
bear, rather the week about
that time has been cele-
brated for many ages with
rejoicing. Long before the
SChristlan era the pa-
gan atronomners decided that these
were the shortest days before the sun
returned to northern lands to bring
another spring and seed time and har-
vest. The dreary winter was at Its
worst, and the coming days would
have longer hours of light and sun-
shine and the reawakening of na-
ture. Therefore sing and be joyful.
The Egyptians held a festival In honor
of the birth of their god Horus. The
Ro"ns called it "the birthday of the
Invincible sun," and dedicated It to
Bacchus, rejoicing with him that the
sun was about to return and revivify
the vineyards. The Persians held a
festical of uncommon splendor as the
birthday of Mithras, the mediator, a
spirit of the sun. In the north coun-
try among the worshipers of Odin It
was a nature festival of riotous feast-
Ing. because the fast of winter was
approaching its end. It has been a
time of universal celebration accord-
ing to ancient written history since
the beginning. and obscure tribes in
remote nations have legends of their
own about what we call Christmas-
tide the feast of peace and good will.
As Christianity brougnL its blessings
to follow the good of past religions, it
seems only right that the birth of
Christ should come at a time of gen-
eral rejoicing. It made It easier for
the pagans to turn to the Saviour of
Light. at a time when the returning
sunshine In the skies uas symbolical
of the feeling of brotherly kindness
which was taught in the love of a lit-
tle child. And so as early as the sec-
ond century the church celebrated
OChristmas day when the heathen were
honoring their gods.
The Christmas celebration, as we
know It, is but a reincarnation of the
Yuletide of the Anglo Saxon tribes.
Singing Is a proper way to manifest
Joy. It delights the singer and gives
pleasure to others. The churchly car-
ols were not enough for the hearty
feeling. The pagan feasting remains
And so with that divine old carol.
"Adeste Fidells." are convivial songs
Come hither, ye faithful;
Come, see the manger,
Our Saviour and King!
To Bethlehem hasten.
With Joyous aceordl
Oh, eome ye, come hither,
To rship the Lrd I
Poere Noel comes down the chimney
and gives gifts JuI a Pather Cbhrst.
mas does across t channel, and the
little Preoeb childI anslg:
"Noel. Noel. Noel. Noel sinaeth elear.
Holpen are all folk on earth
Born is God's sos so dear.'
L. U. MeMCAULK.
Thea eotrat lies tI "A Card*
3Bryl Inag Toe Bore's Hed."
Capor aprt defero,
Readena leaode domeao.
The BorI's head In hand brita I.
Wfth arlands gay and rosemary;
And I pray you all sing merely.
Quis estlIs a convtvo.
The chureb of the early days had
iome of the viddom of modern sqola
sarvio. It entertained Its parishfea*
er la a worldly way a well as lia
UUlled religious doctrine. The my-.
tery, istracle plays and mummeries
enseted under the direction of the
lergy nrearsed the sceoe in the
stable. Those plays ave rise to a
number of legendary carols. The
"Cbery Tree Carol' was popular ti
London ain the last century. It related
the story of the Virgin begging Joseph
to pluck ome cherries for her, a d
when he rutusing. the unborn babe
speaks and tells his mother to rease
out Ber hand and the tree will bow
before hebar, and the carol goes on to
'Then bespake Joseph,
I have done Mary wrong," eta.
Another carol of this Utime l full el
"*As Joseph was a-walking,
He heard an angel sing-
The night shall be born.
Our heavenly king;
lie neither shall be born
In house nor tin hall.
Nor in the place of Paradise,
But In an ox's stall." etc.
This is in the same spirit as our fta
"While shepherds watched their gooks
All seated on the ground,
The angel of the Lord came down
And glory shone around.
"Fear not," said he (for mighty dread
liad seized their troubled min);
"Glad tidings of great joy I bring
To you and all mankind."
And who would forget the swing of
melody, and the charity taught in
"Good King Weneslaus looked forth
On the least of Stephen."
He saw the beggar gathering fuel
In the snow that lay "round about."
and calls to his servants to bring him
robes and wine and to fetch the poor
man in from the cold.
The good old custom of singing
from house to house on Christmas eve
has crept across the water from Eng.
land to America. It was a part of the
program of the season to learn these
carols and to gather in bands, golog
from house to house across the snow
and singing before the doors. The
neighbors knew they wore coming,
preparing cakes and warm drinks, and
sometimes gifts of money. Whoever
has heard "God rest ye, merry gentle.
men, let nothing ye dismay," sung
heartily In the froeaty air has a thrill
and an experience that returns to him
every Christimas after.
But we must not think that England
or Germany sing all the carol music.
France had a quaint IIterature of Its
own. Here ir one of Nowell. or Noel,
and from north to south there are
delightful variations of It:
"'Nowell, nowell. nowell, nowell,'
This is the saulitacyou of the agell
Tydlngs true tbrr be cum neu seat
from tb, trynyte.
n* gabryell to nazareth oety of gaslle.
A clone rofaydyn and pure vrgy
thorow her bumylyte,
Ilath conceybyb the person second iI
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'ma ILT ,
sini~ .00Is tb bew ta-
Suoess I is wing this At*p
I DiAL POIATO MANUMRR AND We
& T.110 HATNWGS POTAVO SPECIAL
f, RIGHT FIERTILi*ERIL
Sand for our booklet entitled Ofrbsh
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.,
0JAcCSONVI LF, FlA,
T-C LASS ORANGE BOXES
FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES
Of all Klnds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nalls,
Cyprs Field Boxes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.
WRITE FOR PRICES.
forl.Wo aW ooskg borsdd
off"*. m~rdLOur Mr. OrseiWas.
Cgpiulnsrof Pmsnts.a as swb hbadled
9 4 '.4
worth thousands of dollars to the Ban
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
will do well to bear in mind trans,
portation and cheap riites that come
with competition, In solectlug a Flor.
i The population is about 860, who
eam mostly frum the northern states.
-As a class they are men of means,
piroesslve and sociable. Have a bet-
ter lass of homes than can be found
In any place in the south of its size.
The buildings kept painted anad
grounds in good order.
Os account of its high altitude.
Bere is no healthier spot In Florida
hr all the year round or for the win.
ar visitors. For those who coae to
fIorlos on account of health, many
td4 his higher altitude, dry sad
balmy air is better than the iower,
moro harab air found In salt water
SThe prinelple uslness is orange
growing. Soiae 400 acree la Is ov
4 her, ad as this proves prt*.
S1 thUsmie s ot much atteutle paid
t INes aUlthAGh there are n me
W M abs wa g Ar epm*et aid
Memm t 4 1h WtWm "4s I ae I
Thte-ounty it sow ii
latka a 35,000 cou
one mile lon, ) oug. n fiQ
acting this M lOt with ,
rt. ad will Popefd at O ag
on hard romdi.
The ell vrane a PeO, 40 4
igh pine to low and mbgl
si wiatl a mle. so tht b q
mii perpom or eropa n m aWn
S. a fteo can be nmeA -
Jakhonvileo by iorida f .8ml o ta t
railway or Beach and MIBer InI,
teams (s time, tables elwhetm
io tbW Mape). Theo C ode's St. eia
yer steaners arrive hee about 19
p. so do not advise this rouro,
Pare D. & M. Itne $1.S5; railroad $1
Lanach Itainbow leaves alatka
every afternoop at 1IM1. Lucs lint
steamers 3.80 p. m., oyery day but
a. & M. Hte from Palatka I p. m.
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays
and three trains daily on '. M. C.
ntlway. fare from Palatka ts *ees
Bernard, Abd Lo.
DAkLERS IN *
Fruits & Produce
Southern Produeo a Speeialty.
Corner WASHINGTON and SUANE
STREETS, NRW VOVK.
RIEFIRNCES.-lrvlng msaUl ank*
New York; All MeroaWl Aplnl e
Fifty Thousad doU e m ewt war
any persona i the iUnut Sate vbo
has *nevr herd of
it's suartamis to 'eur N
ChUntl, Peves, aeui
.t.e to ,
IB O MQ.% yew
"t' 4 'Al.
saw aj vW,.w e is O* *
S' a W a6 b la b
rat (y at #,$w), N t idles Are.,
I'ah terainls of a brv aeAad l
lUt&4 ea t st wa. TeOW
*pt be *las thre*artemrs at ee au
kom the river wh arL
Advantgoe and Attbmotlon
Stea w has goo d shelled road t
Md toles of hard sidewalks. Beautl-
MI wateroaks line both sides f
se*ts, and mee overhead In many
Two shurohee, public and private
atools, telegraph, telephone, express.
m*ea order poetotce, three mails
daily, -mat market, two generar-
satre&, who take orders and deliver
opods at your door, weekly paper.
The place is incorporated. The
state and county taxes are about 2(
mills on about one-third valuation.
' Good huntLng and fishing, deer, tar
hey, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florlda fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to tea dol-
hrs per week; $8.00 day.
fix thousand people went through
the Ban Mateo F'rut Company's grove
mem 104 -....
SOae of the best advantaes sao
Mateo ea ias I transportatloal bean g
a both riAr and rall to an advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. A re-
qlpt aqp, for instance, railrpas
-id terminals at aoksoav4llo wore
more than conaeted and fruit ship
pod from points down the central
par of the state waq, l some eases.
three weeks getting to Jacksonville.
ta route to northern market., sad
aid not bring enough to pay froight.
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time. would ship from here one day
and, have fruit go out of J.cksonville
en the Clyde ship the next. This it.
lie matter that season alone was
| i -- _
Property Qf any kind, say-
where, let us know your
wants, we can flU your
requirements and save you
time and money.
Northwester BuIwli A4eIcy,
Dept. so bank of CommemW
Building, llnueJpoleto. Miaoa
for your REAL .STAT. oo *
BUSINESS, no R.n*
where looted. If you de
Mire to .eu lend de-
sriptio and priAe*
IF YOU WANT
** *' : .
Mr^iWw -w bbw bmylmgOiwm
Iciiiiiii for ox
Ths 3.. Ia oidar iPilav aComany Ofrs
Etibltsd at tampa. January 193
We will give $50 cash
First Prize and $25 cash
Second Prize for the two
best boxes of Florida
oranges to be exhibited at
the meeting of the Ameri-
cai Pommological Society in
Tampa, in January 1911.
In addition to oranges, a
large number of other
prizes are offered for Flor-
ida grown fruits and vege-
tables. Full particulars of
all, prizes furnished on
G wers will be greatly
asistedi in the competition-
hy using E.O. Painter Ferti-
lizer Company's brands of
If you have never used
Painter fertilizers, this is
your opportunity to prove
There is this great dif-
ference between Painter
fertilizers and other ferti-
lizers: Painter fertilizers are
suited to the needs of
your land. .
Write for our 1910 Almanac
and ask for particulars of all
our cash prizes for the Pomo-
C9, Jadumvle, FberMa
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For Domestic ICleotric Lghtnla. "FOO8" Users are
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Catalogue for the asking.
i ~ hM r eA bf Cbdet
^ te to aoithvwt at Ope
ha a t e plague f mlce.
wh poetry wirass with the
Lfm -ti N Theb mia have
"a o vanadw smgnd and erat
s atwork dubterranean roads.
They beoman their destructive work
on the hay crop, cutting it as it stood
in the fied. When that was stored
they attacked the grain and the forty
farmers there have saved only seven
bushels. They attacked the potatoes
and the diggers on opening up the
drills find little more than the stem
of the larger potatoes left in the
!ground. The mice have carried
their work of destruction to the
woods and are stripping the bark
from the Msapling and now they arm
entering houses, cutting their way
Through the walls and threatening
'to destroy clothes and household fur-
No remedy is in sight. The people
have been digging pits to entrap
them, but in spite of myriads de-
stroyed in this way there seems to
be no abatement of the plague. The
farmers are afraid to use poison for
fear of polluting the streams and
wells from which their cattle derive
their supply of water.
HOSPITALITY OF BERNHARDT
Guests at Dinner Table of Actreas
Whqm She Had Never Seen
An Italian journal in commenting
on Mine. Sarah Bernhardt's recent
appearance at a London music hall
explains how it is thatothis great art-
ist seems always in need of money.
lIt is interesting to read that in the
case of this distinguished artist her
money is literally at the disposal not
only of her near and distant rela-
tions and friends, but even of people
ibhe does not know, for her house is
open to all.
At one time she never entertained
less than twenty persons daily at,
dinner, and it is related that Alex-
andre )Dumas, who was one day of
;the number sitting at the right hand
bf Mme. Bernhardt, asked her, "Will
you kindly tell me the name of your
friend on my left?" "That is more
than I can do," said she, "for I have
never seen him before."-Lady's
HOT AND COLD
R. S. Mooney
sueeesor t W. C. now 4 &0.
Phese O. NHet door Kennerly.
Lmes Street. Hardware Oe
economic, Safe and
We carry complete
Prompt deliveries and
& BARKLEY CO., TAMPA,
Simple, Light your bome with small cost.
irrigating plants and heavy machinery of all kinds
consistent p prices.
aiglnes are no experiment. They have been subject
ed to every pos .Lle taet, and MADI GOOD.
Vaowt~a Ozaugeslow'uit zd
ar lots sad mall asipments.
Prompt returns on consigned goods.
" KYLE PRODUCE CO.
MOST FATAL DISEASE.
This is tihe terrible appellatiilon
which ('Colonel Seely, tli' British ,n-
der-secretary for the colonies, giv,,,4
to the sleeping sickness of Africa.:
IThis disease is communicated by the I
faamqus tsetew, and Sir David llrtt'
Jias reported that out of hundreds of
thousands of cases he did not know
bf a single recovery.
A strange fact is that the sleep-
dng sickness has spread iioriimousIly
"ince the coming of white m.'n i.ito
hes regions affected liv it. Lceroic'
ipfforts have eein 'lmalde tt stay the
swourge, but it i not yet arrested,
although teniouiraging proagreis has
thi'i mtde. iThe pla of removing
I natii ,, r frii, tli inf. r't.tiq l,L.
.horwrns la jiomt Iprov.d l ro eictlitul a
remedy as aus ihoped.-Yuuth's
Oil. Varnishes and Wall Paper.
Columbia Graphophebmes a aaMe
1 4 : 11
.. I Sr *
~esectuU~solicit yo~ur Sbipgkmbia of *IIA?4GMNT.?4 MGUI4 t APM
*XU IT, PtNWAPPLNs other. FM tsMA Vegetables. a 8Imce.,
91"". 404of customers tos.0wl
9heV slVs row,, &" they alw& ye. ea rImt true t o sae at variety.
--AWA."mb ALS 2 In panin g. SM SOWthnk Of th$
ha UIMhmII h =S ftur. ma ou-311s O or mo n us
VUIME I Lpevas as tetrees y"u plt. mAKSNo M5 4Uba
D Or Trees aaraatmee to arrive at deatino
3.lt.L ~ UOR Is Lago"Ord".e. U they dam% we
0. W. CONNERProt.
w 6 IFANUWOMNN
V1. IL 8"71bey
To sS EMIWSbGtot e%
8. IL Rhl~e
*A"- INJACOK*NVfl*6 AT
a w WLYt *.ALS ArNT
F1W W5 P
Why Stay North and Fre?
COME TO SAN M-
And spend the winter out of door, and you will oo0e
If you want to rent a eottae, write us; we have them tursl m"
eedy to move In. Byrlyn Place.
@1 1160?i STUT.
* aeoust m ale an Obheek isfl. *tenaol s ai tamps fura shed e
Sd:esese: Merehaatr Nrational Bank. Baltlaer M;rohmlos Natlei
Ia Sek,- WllaslNIton, N. 04; New York Produce a ehaajg
Wir wrote today r n euotatie. As t* emated.
UVKAXV 9EXPERIUMC19,IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANGE&.
~~-- -- ISS 07 *MASS.
mmdma. t zmuw LosgeCom 0 noindMrILa IL
R~hsbw Ie Us.40th" Mel 3aa2 Seem
Wx" sUS FOBWan eo"
1` lI-iP__ T2711`~ 7~-
In FRUSapd PRODUCE
~*IIW MA R now "W Wp low V 41
G. Loper Bailey. Prest.
J. Walter Hilliard, ty. Tls .
Place YourFIRE INSURANCE With
The G. Loper Bailey Coy y
Oppsite Westen Vales Tlegraph Of. P t F.
TIME TRIED ANQ
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f4P~4V'- ~. *
INSURE YOUR LIP8 IN
osl I - I - -1
+',, + +
47 0 MLO W04MI' ft
- " J~?S.Y~P 3
NOW .fr*. i t
4" L~tUtaho- two or t bstab.
'~4"ThoSanlwof the lootbaU to=mIs
?e, IdnMat shed tear when his
totake-*Ct I mmdl.
$I&,Us, "ad 0eeasM asti&me
S The girl In the silk stockings never
-'gets her skirts muddy.
oleek Caed isa s iates by Woolftr4'
aauitaryLaton.Never falls. At drusgists.
But you can't be sued for soapay-
meat of a 4 t grattude.
If you but
knew what harsh
cathartic do, you'd
aiw y use Cascareta
* C Iy tablhts, vsjetable and
SYetJut m eActive as salts
m d -is n Take ose when you
need it Stop the trouble pnoaptly.
Never w tm ithight. m
60. M V hft m ta Mw i
wse aher -@ r V sad M
wstwrt oti tSieyeosek of s
dee o,0e1, W1 i a ot-M.
most sothgtf 10 Ms bold 06
trem the mes who e0 tb* he. jt;*j
do so. and -n this verO fM cnsat-46it.
they eM -erbe bappenetd to ise
the men who love them. But tor st.
stste is not a solution of the e-sUse"
and it doe not appeal to the m
Ity of womes.
Nne times out of ten the woma
looks up In her heet the iada of a
husband she h informed, or teO prel
erences she has tinhertted or aec
quired, or the thought of, the other
man, and takes the man who wants
to marry her, whether or not be is
the man she wants to marry. Itf she
is a woman of character she persuade-
herself and others that he Is the maw
she wants to marry. She leads hel,
self to whatever form his wooilg a
It be Is blood and bearded. th osbi
she prefer dark eyes and shaven faoe,
yet you would never guess It from*
only a man of dignity, but she wnlU r
ceast when her suitor proves a clown.',
Soe may adore spontaneous men *
meot and not only marry a straight
laced prude but swear that it is the
only kiad of a man she ua endure.--
Margaretta M. Tuttle in Collier's.
Population of Australia.
As advance estimate of the popula-
tioa of the codmodwoealth of Australia
places the total number of people In
the six states as 4,474,000, reports
Coseul General John P. Bray, Sidney.
Allowing for what may be styled a.
normal Increase during the months
whihe must elapse before April 1,~
1911, when the ten-year census will be:
taken, there should be at that date a
total of 4,500.000. That would repre-
sent an Increase during the decade of;
about 725,000,000, or 19 per count Ta-
king the nine and three-fourths yeaOs
to December 31, next, the federal stat-
isticlan estimates that New South
Wales will show an Increase of 80.&-
000, Victoria an Increase of 117,000.
West Australia of 97.000, Queensland
of 94,000. South Australia of 61,000
and Tasmanial of only 15,00. The es-
timates follow: New South Wales.
1,i1,000; Victoria, 1,818,000; Queens.
land., i,000; South Australila 465,-
000; West Australia. 280.000; Tas-
mania, 188,000. It is calculated that
West Australia has relatively gained
1.4i per cent. and Quenensad 0.03 per
osat. but that Victoria had relatively
lot 3.14 per cent., Tasmania 0.83 per
endt., sad South Australia 0.14 per
"There is always something to be,
thankful tor," asad Clitord B. Harmon,
thi well-bovwa aviator, spropos of,
Thasgivlag day. "You brow what
"Thee's always sometbag to be
thankful for,' sld Tomllas. as O
turned up th e Geaoe ator of blK
momepiase. There's Ssith. tor 1.4
taO, just fallen *o b10 Mpbaseaad
fractured se left am,'
"'OrciouitA W 4 a bystander.
'Surely you're mot ashfuW l that stOH
bu 0tutered his arm.'
.Tee. saad T UmalIe. ' tha '
" s "tom aswM N
Sof a the *atee eof
... dMi revision a ta Iaer.
A w -& 6 *amto dewelv youha nthls.
M8 atid "AJtustapgood" a butm
I ,,,m- ,em w -dmag s the beath of
Whet is CA*TOIRIA
caste tsa em Mus.a aib*"u for & Csto r Oil, PUti
gorte, Dpt mad Stoothing UymUpe. It Is Pieuesat. It
oetaa melther Opium, Morphine nor other Namroes
subMstmee. I. age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and alltys Feverishnbes. It o mres Darrbom and Whed
Cole. It reliever Teething Troubles, cures ConstAptUo
and Flatulency. It assimnates the Food, regulate the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural deep*
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The ind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years,
hem 4 eWeVS OoI0nW*m, Mummny rfrss. KWew youo ewO.
THE 80MERS-HART ORANGE CLIPPER.
1J) making a very lUtrge contract, we ale able this year to reduce the
price of the Soneri-Hiartl Orange Clipper froin $1.25 to Sic' each, post#
paid, aud from $12 to $..30 per dozen. The Clipper this year Is an Im-
prov'nient over last year, ah it i.s u iLibed l th a lbolt to take up the
nut so that the wear of thei i.lbsuors can lbe taken up. Theoe clip-
pers have tbeeu adopl(e by the (it ruNs xcbanlg(m all oer thlie State,
and we are recvlving orders f mi tallf'nikla and l'orto Iltio. It Is claim.
td to be tWhh I~tL orunAe clippei oni the urket. Send fUr a trial pair
at h5e pit: aiuld. or on e lvozeni for $'.50.
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. ------- Jacksonville. Florida.
L. J. P. BISHOP,
JOHN S. F1SXtK, H. T. CADENASl;
Treas urer. Secretary.
L. J. P. Bishop Co.
IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT: FOREIGN DEPARTMENT:
81 Beach Street. 27 Williams Street.
g''' vrr.f C
IARE YOU A Sa sORIWERY
"Ad~ 'T 1~ ~ *4.4(4
Ms~e.1,Ub eeasd46as m
ST. JOHNS RIVER AND HILLS.ORK
SAY GET LARGE APPOR-
HOUSE PASSES MEASURE
Florida Rivers and Harbors Are FPa
fead In Sill Paased y
UWasaiton. D. C.-A total of ,.
0N8,841 ia cash for 109l appropria
Ui e and u,614,363 for contracts a
thorised for the ybare subsequent to
S13 tos carried in the rivers and bar-
-bora bill passed by the house. Besides.
the total carried in the bill. It is eo.
pected that* the survey civil bill will
carry several millions additional or
S similar purposes.
The following are the Florida items
| ei this year's river and harbor bill,
S p6aed 'by the house.
S lerandlna harbor, and Cuniberland
S and, 5,oo00o0.
Key West harbor, $35,000.
Tampa bay, $9,000.
;... Hilaboro bay, $800,000.
OChannl Qfro Apalachlela river to
K1nnAt drew's bayr, $s15000.
eroaaeeol harbor, s 550.
t. Johas river, Jaeksonvlle to the
SPiatha to Lake mn, $80,000.
; (mhatohe river, $,000.
St r Clearwater harbor
$ea Qleg bay to Tampa bay,
gng w& bh ae yasiuth from
to whom se1 the sob,
criptios' wttreoolv fr e an then
au bve HO i0 qo aftor 0th4o mo
Art Caloadar for' 10l1 t&Ji 4mMhe
In twelve colot and gold. These Nm
be ent to teach the eubooriber Chriat.
mae morning, it dealrd.
You. too, as giver of the subacrip.
ton, will receive a copy of the Colas.
144 Berkeley St.,
received at this
Saved Prom Awful Death.
How an appaMaIn calamity In his
family was prevented is told by A. D.
AcDonald of Paayttetille, N. 0., R. r.
J. No. & "'My soter had oonsump-
tion," hbe writes, "Seho-was very thin
and pale, had Mo -appetite oad semed
.o grow weaker every day, as all rem-
dles failed, till Dr.. KI*s New Dis-
ivery Is, tried, at so coMpletely
eared her, that she has not buen trou-
-led with a eouwh lsieo. It's the best
mwdJele I ever aw or heard of." for.
omhe,0 colds. *s grippe, asthma.
group, heorha-U bronchial
roubles. It has no equal, 50i. $1.00.
ral bottle tree. Guaranteed y
1. W.P Rowley. tf
,AST COAST RY. EXTENDS LINES
Contract Is Lt for Construction of
1i8 Miles. I
Lt Augustine, la.-Contracts have
Just been leot here by the Florida East
Coast railway for the construction of
118 miles of pew lines to cost more
than $1J.50,000. The work v. ill be
dole by the Klssimmee Vallky Coa-
struction company, a Delaware cor
poraUon, to begin within thirty days,
aid be completed nl three years.
The now road will extend from
Maytown to WhttUoer, and thence to"
Lake Okeechobee, In the heart of the
everglades. A branch line will reach
to Fort Basslnger. on the Kisaimmee
river. The territory thus to be open-
ed contains virgin, timber worth mil.
lons for lumber and naval stores,
and the land is the most fertile in the
state. The region never has Ib n de-
veloped owing to the lack of transpor-
The announcement of the develop.
Mant plans of HMey M. lagler and
the letting of the eotra was made
bere by Preedesnt J. R. Parrott of the
lorida at Coast railroad.
iMde Wintero Troublea.
To may, winter to a season of
tBThe frost bteltt toens and
shopped hands and lies. ohll*
da d o6 red "ad rough
a W s, edoa m agse, ebw
thSM But msh troui-bl
4 ad- p o o k^kl ~ n ^ *^tX k ~ l
--Maa La^-^in 1w.B- --
GBrW^ m '^l*se*h w Of^ *^* ^
K "r"* --^^--we-t *^
.49M (bow ( M K.lOe11
WL I ^arm etrw leaer). the gaUsaP $;5
w. Ul JW e (rb a"b se melow). By st s' tions l.I.
A tT C(a Mt lss family whiskey). By the salmon S.;
fu4 qS'tap E. apres prepaid.
#TAPreUl (a pOr old Georgia corn whisk y, bottled In beod), 4
ftR fta S. prewaa prepaid. (Sold only in bottless)
BAN KUT ORN (a pure old Kentucky corn whiskey, bottled I
bond), 4 full quarts $4. Express paid.
OLD KWNTUCKY CORN (direct from bonded warehouse). By the
gallon $3 4 full quarts $3.50. Express prepaid.
POINTER CLUB (a fne corn for the money). By the gallon $2.59;
4 fulk quarts $2.90. express prepaid.
SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST-MAILED FREE.
Almayer-Flitaii Opalny Inc.
3oh -Ni: a Co.
281 Washington St., New York.
Oranges and Grape Fruit.
Account Sales Rendered Daily.
MARKETING CITRUS FRUIT.
Crop Is Bringing
Lakeland.-The citrus fruit crop of
this section is now being marketed
and the packing houses are sending
out large shipments daily. The grape-
fruit crop is reported larger this year
than the orange crop, although there
is a good crop of both. It was esti-
mated that 100.000 boxes of fruit left
the local platform last season, but
only about two-thirds of this amount
will be marketed this year. Good
prices will make up for the shortage.
SanUs On Sure Thing Now.
"I'll never be without Dr. King's
New Life Pills again," writes A.
ebhlngeck, 647 nlm street, Buffalo, %.
Y. "They cured me of chronic con-.
tlpaUaon when all others failed." Un.
equaled for Bilousness, Jaundice, In-
digtleson, Headache, Chills, Malaria
sad Debility. Me at S. W. Rowley's
**One of the most recent of the new
industries annuoed to be ob rtlyes.
tabUshed is Jacksonvlle is a large
gla-beowng plant.- The inforaton
is publlhoed that it will be modern.
esxtelve and prorasive in all of its
SftMr The pleat is epested to
eOt ehat .o00o and will um ploy
eamo l bhdrod oeoet peralive
The woman wft hsr 1
"Yet be "n4 1 alat I N
""" ** ,, ,^ |,.i
Wants T4o Help s9mo One.
For thirty years J. P. Boyer of Fer
tile, Mo., needed Uelp and couldn't
find It. That's why he wants to Jbap
some ?ne now. Suffering so long him-
self he feels for all distressed from
Backasbe, Nervousness, Loa of. ap.
petite, Lassitude and Kidney disor-
ders. He shows that Blectric Bitters
work wonders for such troubles.
'Five bottles," he writes, "wholly
cured me and now I am well and
hearty." It's aIjo poeitivqly guar-
,nteed for Liver Trouble, Dyspoeola.
Blood Disorders. Female Complaints
50O at 8.
**it is estimated that the orange crop
in Florida this year will be senethinU
like $1,500,000 short, as compared with
last season's crop, but the fruit is
said to be very fine. The grapefruit
and pineapples are as lhrge as that
of last year and the truit is saldto
be even better.
sad, mom edo
Florida's First Firm in
No* York: Largest handlers
in New York oiLy. Branch
offices, Washington, D. C.,
Jacksonville, Fla., Miami,
Fla. We are absolutely the
headquarters for fancy fruit
in our market, especially
ranges and irapefnit
It .t. bet -s
IqL "---w "--'w alm M
IMlel Em's, or T A eW
I bet. he-. Ores Fee.s
I le. Maieor Freas i erdi.
I let. either Fuar 3oe, Three FeAwr,
link LWe .rMr ylaui lub.
1 bet. Leodos eok Jameoa n leaLm
L het. Ip. lM5o4ih rSetUaorS IM
1 bet. Three Stars C gquas.
I ht. Ushbfrs, r OSlWiedlt Sleh.
Send for complete price li
CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY
517-519 Wed Bay Street, Long Distance Phone 188, Jacksonville, Ms.
We make a specialty ot
small lots, carefully packed.
We have always put out a
great deal of energy to make
San Mateo Frit
well known. Our results
speak for themselves.
Most of the groves,
fruit from which we
handling, this season,
iRumtt smie hatm,
G(elral Offics, Jackson-
Main house h s eight rooms, cot-
tage annex 6 rooms, furnished except
linen and silver; been run as a board-
Ing house; built for private 'ome,
suited for either.
Rent for season $300; year $400.
Good show for right party to make
expenses and some profit-taking
boarders. House has been run un-
der rates of $8 to $12 per week and
has paid every year. Come and see
Ut or write J. A. Crosby, San Mateo,
W. W. MARMADUKE. 4
Washington. Ind. 4
Commission Fruits and Veg- 4
Our market, mining ,oll fields 4
and agricultural section. Write 4
me what you have. Have *
market for car lots or less. 4
@4 k@ ** *** **
C wy so eSnuw rrempt iDelarvo
PINEAPPLES GRAPE FRUIT
W. L1. Stanton & Company
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
852 NORTH FRONT STREET, . . . . . . PHILADELPHIA.
Palatka Ice Factory
From Distilled Water.
ALL OURDAe WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTsNTION.
BOM *s *. PALTKA. PLA
Look for Trade Mark on Crown and Label
V% 1A lUna4 U la4.h&.l -4i A fnDA aalnm TDlmklb
CB8OVO I ;IENXAW, lae., M u w wa auw &waaw. Aa
FANCY FRUIT DIALER*, The only authorized-bottlS are
It you want top prices for your or
ages, grapefruit and pineapples. snip
.-w Whecn the iiaxnected happens there PC
ig always asweone ready with "I Luid
EDWARD SUMMER, Prop.,
Manufacturers of Oiager Ale and Soda Waters.
I beL h abS. hw
I kL kid sotd u r NA amsr~edk"
I bet. Ushers, or Slwtsolst .61
0 lI, Z
--~r -' --' 9,L ~~~--I- _-- ---
AN ofater, Oo tVa War to
vwwU-ewamy"an be. ii willbe
hO A ftso! Is Is the w
I a~abe WOMB
t ft andIme apms
swr he wq the O ead" oex-
aimtothe qid.wmi ver eves ts
ther vw othr otawthe a
themawMW outings enc "the or
ture paftftr tntrthe ahewart
nit bmaltr t wt atthed ve.
Gruges ad anIMMoswtyvab" nis I I.,
.the watitng @ofQ(A-m -F.na-tI
smile orfb" opeRlas thle e-a
maom of them MA th 040.
PWOinPIUthe an" quor oftbe
heab smm Ue Yettabb moW &*I
~~g~ ~ ~ W bi 1teayhatcm"sto the
44 best m & Its Sesing parent. in the
fte As dm=bdr swords
20040011 the batte
Awal*h me- eanothar' With b
~e v 0 ulwermal good wilL
~P9!~ RMS p~a ft O h
~~s ~ ~sw wI
Obald&to yso "b
-UP 4" MWi SI~A ft 1
Ch--li trsts ,-and they ma the
Ire I It of the mw rry In t#W
ha kU a tu emas btole
hung In the aw ooeuW.
One thing Is Impoulble'to love; the
itebasMt ad most fervent love 1o
pomw l--I to evoke love.
"God With Us"
Si A. D. WATSO
The word had long been wahiag
The coming of the King,
Whes one sweet morn nto eth.
re birds weme o the wing,
The sons of God came sinlging
Down from the skyey dome,
And mortals beard the message
tIwmionuel i6 come.
Now let the ample standard
Of rigbhteoness ueald
Proclaim to every.people
That God i tIn Hls wore
Let every fom of evil
From earth he pt away,
That all may aing qjIoNlq
The Kins i bher toda.
The inmt and alema gloy,
The mtran"e *west a" .1
at' W t sad Wtis i -
S"areaseRthert a the bIos.
aW *M which ah the arwo'b aer.
tee t misI. The Bffthed product
is tostd,. ott byW bottle, at the St.
Petfebsg Academy of Chemistry
.Adre betag sent to the Ilperial
The QuQ"n Mother of Spain uses as
perfume eau d'spagne, manufactured
In Madrid, and also obtains a per-
fume for her toilet from Paris. Its
Oomposltlon Is a secret which the
perfumer only half discloes. "It Is
made," he says, "of rosewater, cocoa-
nut oil. and-the roet is a mystery."
The yotag queen of Holland is a
preat believer In the virtues of eau
de cologne; while "Carmen Sylva."
Queen of Roumania, uses a special
perfume made from the finest herbs,
which she says "Is the best tonie for
the Skin she has yet dlsoovered."
9S0 a fMptohW- -^ *
M&W **op eew eemettlems. Iis
To Oblige Him.
Mr. Dorklas-You're always bound
to have the lat word, aymay. -
Mrs. Dorkins-Yes; that's becaum
you always wait to hear se say It
M u. Wlasows *aooeaufg wrup ot~ ChaiUe
tethlaqg softens the gums,. re4ues tAnfsmia.
tam., Gaa. pain. curs wind ooUe. ak a bowlt
Roumania has 6,000,000 Inhabitants, ----- ,
of whom 30,000 are blind. W. N. U., ATLANTA, NO w i *
move' ~&&D 89u~ eLit#m a.e.. m.v.
S M r. aoekr-I had littl faith tIn
WStUTi*ve properties of your medi-
Th Agent-But It cured you?
Mr. Knocker-Yes, of even the little
Aft. I had In It.
SAVER OLD LADY'S HAIR
"My mother used to hate a very bad
humor on her head which the doctors
caped an eczema, and for It I had two
different doctors. Her head was very
sore and her hair nearly all fell out
Into spite of what they both did. One
day her niece came in and they were
'peakJtag of how her hair was falling
oft and the doctors did it no good.
be says, 'Aunt, why don't you try
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint-
ment?' Mother did and they helped
her. In six months' time the itching,
burning and scalding of her head was
over and her hair began growing. To-
day she feels much in debt to Cuti-
ouva t ap and Ointment for the fine
hesl pt hair she has for an old lady
"My own case was an eczema in my
ft. As soon as the cold weather
il ay feet would itch and burn and
t)es they would crack open and bleed.
Then I thought I would #ee to my
there friends, Cutleoura Soap and
Cutliars Ointment. I did for four or
Sve winters, and now my feet are as
omeoth as any one's. Ellsworth Dun-
hbam, Hiin, Me., Sept. 80, 1909."
What World Lostt
"It was the worst calamity that ever
happen to me," sighed the pale, in-
teiletual, high browed young woman.
"I had written a modern society nov-
el, complete to the last chapter, and
a careless servant girl gathered the
setA of the manuscript from the
oorwhere there the wind had blown them,
a-d used them to start a ire in the
"What a burning shame that was!"
competed Mrs. Tartan.
"Yeu are charged with
pr o mtr at the bar."
"Wat's dat, judge?"
"VWagraWy? Why, you ho
ble msens of support."
'hlk! Heali's mah wl
Mai, is you vallble?"
ave no vials
1~vst "as~luum"W-ILeekl You
='W=erm*"No; the coy-
When a sa love to 11w be maml
i1 e05 so among mea -whO ealsI
whether r te aw e ae t ai d'"
mit ~ ~ma is Ag9t1~ ,L M
ate of d411 a0 d Of %$10tW
ablee ti rears and useouleese. whoa
oen may aee alost a da r either on
Boeton CoMaton or at the T"es
Men's Christit~ Umion.
His speclalty i helpag., his tll
and discouraged brother, whether he
be a cigarette smoking boy or a rni
sodden and disheartened derllet of a
man. His creed i cteerfules sad
hs passion to books.
Often one may see him, tall sad
straight, faultlessly attred In a rock
coat, with his flowtang white beard anad
his long ad carefully trimmed white
locks, standing with or sittlng beside
some ragged and unkempt victim of
circumstances who has sought the only
place where the police will not tell
him to move on, the Common, and
then one Is sure to be struck by the
contrast. Many a man he has met
there has later become as clean of
body and heart as himself, and all
through his Infectious good nature and
Among the younger men with whom
this old young man of 75 unceasingly
labors he is known as "the general
adviser without pay." and he ai as in-
terested In their ambitions as they
can be. and so youthful is he in their
presence that he is always one of
Mr. Vaughan Is not engaged in ac-
tive business this mummer, but he
comes to Boston every day, rain or
shine, to talk with his "boys," as he
calls them. Some of these have never
before known a real friend. lie is
highly educated, and counts among his
friends many college presidents and
He was born in Middleboro, nearly
seventy-five years ago, and traces his
lineage back to Peregrine White of
"I love to live." said he to me. "and
I want to help 'the boys' to enjoy liv-
Couldn't Stand the Nuisance.
"He complains that he was unable
to get along with his wife's rela-
"What was the matter? Did they all
want to live at his expense?"
"No. His father-in-law wanted him
to earn the salary he was getting from
the old gentleman."
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If you have pimples, offensive eruptions,
old sores, cancer, itching, scratchInug
eczema, suppurating swellinga, bone pains,
hot skin, or if your blood is thin or im-
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will heal every sore, stop all itching and
make the blood pure and rich. Cures after
all eln fails. $1.00 per large bottle at
drug stores. Sample free by writing Blooc
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Steal a march on your enemy by ad-
mitting you were in the wrong before
he finds It out.
No matter how long your neck may be
or how sore your throat, Hlnimlins Wizard
Oil will cure it surely and quickly. It
drives out all soreness and inflammation.
There Is no playing fast and loose
with truth, in any game, without
growing the worse for it.-Dickens.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, smallU, suar-coated,
eamr to take as cand., reulato and invig-
orate stoomah, liver sad mowels and oure
People avoid him because they are
trmad ob his tmg.
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A lion. Sour Stomach.Dia e,
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Tfac Sinle Signature of
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is tEfW YfRKc
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the strength and vigor that dis-
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-a bottle proves.
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among malaria medicines as a perfect cure. It drives
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If you want to cure malaria, get OXIDINE. If you
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fruit trade paper about aM. Your Intersets are oure. oGt In twoue wtO
food, lve people.
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---- --- -M BUFFALO, N. Y.
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Five Years Ago
We Began, in our modest way, to manufacture fertiliers In competi-
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Today our goods-FAVORITE BRANDS-are recoginised everywhere
as the BEST.
THERE IS A REASON.
LT US SHOW YOU'.
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mastered their art.
well have they
All there is in clothing that will im-
prove the appearance and still leave comfort to the wearer
been found by them.
for one season and then drop it.
don't make a
They study it year after
year until they know what man-kind wants.
vast difference between
and the ordinary kind.
Thne is a
of a Hand-
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the fit around the collar-it's there in every one.
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AhS~f~ W M,
AUTOMOBILE TIRE COST REDUCED
WOODWORTH TREADS; Punctures and Skidding Prevented
We sell the Only Guaranteed Patent
Leather Shoe Sold in Putnam
Also Agents for the Celebrated
uain & W. L. Douglas Shoes
UNION lADE OVERALLS AND
, LEATHER OODS, TRUNKS,
BAOS AND WICKER SUIT CASES
+ v+ PAIATA. FLORDA.
a m n. mo a a m
^&v.9 ills~fw' r w -wrasGA~ti
%*r 5 '< *^^ *f~ my^^ w ra^^^^^ wa inzinamnns^
Woodworth Treads are tire protect
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 posslbil
ity of wrinkling or loosenoss 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 tires ain any
They are studdled on the middle
with thick head rivets that give long
wear and prevent slipping or ski$.
ding, on the sides are fiat head rliv
eta to protect against wear nla ruts.
The leather used is treated by a
process that flls the pore with a
rubber like filler preventing moisture
or tiirt from hardening oi rotting it
They are practically puncture proof
and they save the Utir from all road
wear. Good tire us ooatiaually
with Woodworth Tres sa kept
',pr rly Inflated last from twenty
five thousand, to fifty thousand miles.
Tho Treads average from three thou
sand to five thousand mfles of service
and sometimes on light cars as high
as eight thousand to ten thousaad
They fit all makes of tires. Ay-
one can easily put them on. A tag
giving full instructions is seat wit
8 x 8 .. .. 0 .. .. .. ...$10
30 z 3 .. .. .. .... .. 11.7
30 3 1- .. .... .. o.. .. 15i.T
3 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .** 0 .
4 4 .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 0.00
36 a 4 1o .. .... ..0 0.. 4.1
Other asie In proportion.
Seed for catlog sad ftll parutleuars
Shipped press prepaid sad guar
LMATHS T 0IR GOODS COMPACT. a
Nlaers Palls, N. T.
Sold y Sut *Iae Mioly bme
A '&.~. Ar
U 8rschbaum '
^t-oilr ( gresery htele)-Ar
S thm on that manter fsr-of
.Crom-BHow lms have they been
mfaak, t0 minutes ago.
Does Your Cat Cough f
Poor pissyI As it the Ilammorlal
dobWrg agaust her of kep g is
awake o' nights and of eatitag asary
birds whenever sh ets the ehase
were not enough, the doetore Io
Just discovered that for years she has
ben responsible for the pread of
diphtheria. Dr. 0. J. Awbum of
Manobester, Bnilad, having traded
an epidemic of this disease Io na sb-
orb of that city to a pet eat belonagin
to one of his patiets, has tound, after
muokh lever tnvotiation, that all
sts anre pelarly smoeeptble to
diphthertleo afloeUto of the throat.
He h~ therforo reomttly been warna
as all tfalies- who own cats to
watem them oseftlly, ad, it they do.
Irelop ugh"M, to forbid their being
ha od gad poted. Dr. AwbuMr furt
thuw 0Mmmindl. tt, 1t th oOema
peIto e t"d e at benas to grow
thi to havo the emeta destroyed at
oee. The eoly eooly ste way, he
sVqdp to lett frt whe*se be
SPhape our clouds have a
stig sbut it gseaUy takes
people to see IL
We manot teach truth to
we can only help him inad
A awmspa cfttwhale
bin. ilb ram4
faIth Nd nadWoud rd-et etfroe to
P1lea bumta depend a iaW Ot
ao hery eoord Theo, Sae
not -mrt S beautfewe. Thy ale
dM' tetnted to keep tho tUp* 0i
Sd an tsleaw.ito th t e etm1
aobget ao matei aMy eat0 of ttt
late patd *rtt to Utter sOteS
and wre~ Is thme abode of his oM
a ha los buee knows tha the
,obth American Indias poAs Msea4 t
and ealously guarded pioeses
embalmism Aton certaUM trieMs of
eusador human heads ari so Musuln
ld thato they are redued to the lse
of a mea's ft. wIthut the features or
tho earesion beta oCseablity al-
The hair rotaw a e s length atd
baatWr, ou"t th s-i atond beo11
absk without losln tir relatives p.
-mad and symmetry.
piften years ago It was posible to
get the e Mtte ummaed booead Ist
to wlor, aMd Ovetn s a to thotwhe
espo.rte ura e ed thwo t e tly to
eists at the doors O tho hetotes
'I beeght a pair oft them for a hu.
red fruls or so% writoo V. drbl
It s now, however, tapossible to
obtain them* and a o as sount of the
sudden deopv me at ot commeretal
Semsa m on the part the simple sav-
.uaotes, aIdeed, became so very
busk as the prices on thee objete do
vofrt advanced that the government
became uneasy In regard to the mat-
ter. Investigations were set ona foot
by the police and by the missitaonarie
which resulted In a sahooking discov-
os. The fact is that the demand
havta outrun the supply, the cupidity
f the Indians of the eastern proviano
was so stimulated that, having no
preeros of war, they were arranging
abuscadees for .aeb other, merely to
ebtula heads to 9mbalm for the ma!
The archbishop of Quito promptly
Meoosmunloated the enterpritasing mer-
oehants who dealt In these grisly aomu
Teirs, ad the authorities forbade
their sale under heavy penalties,
whereupon the simple savage returned
to lees profitable employment and
abandoned modern methods of out-
Want Adve rtlo tets, Londeon, lM.
I want a young man that ean red
ad wrfte, mow and roll a arden, uso
a gmu at a door and understand comm
try sports, and to wait at table and
I want a Oomplete young man that
wll wear livery, to wait n as very Y i*
lt gsatlevman but he mu na |
1Wto play wa vi"Ua or a *A
TJt vtious, to waM aS
4 p^a tWib s u A*
wbh are nowdo ~a
*M dw" vi
A smAmmoee owder "slqua Papidarh
b akl is bweNITRO C3 18L SW
SiSL 76 powe bwrsdo&b* d!'
dW ai*600806a-UMkm dW im -
bamfog imder 60ea"e"Iwo
"Oem I~ am- induE Am
XR -.ws M-bm NU
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.B^ 4-y^^^^^^^ ^^^
1 7, -
;i ~ _~ ?i - --?I wt I ,Irr
UK ot mrnsn.
^;. NO S 1 that I know at, but
.o .. Why De They
W)$ o m n lio the baldheaded
S-t tiSqpnewhat diicult to define.
e I be*.eas be appears to be:
Y e gk n tail'amd kind.
TOlstwetwhy and confiding. Whim-
Jl Past the follies and frivolities
A man of property.
Opinions why women like the bald-
,saded man obtained by the Daily
Mirror are as follows:
He is not silly like young men.
He aooepts refusals of marriage so
aosly that one is sorry one did not
The bald path looks so clean and
alfe. One would like to kiss it.
Aotor welcomes baldness when it
Ap0i- im, as it is a sign of so-
dataNos ad dIgnlfied learning, which
Iav bly creases his practise.
Gra ig Population.
S ease of the Ruslsan
'Fvig.at. another lTv millions to
thy pepatlo. as enumerated in 1908.
e,- m Pbjects nbw number 160,.
a ad nrease every year by
d spte wars, epidemics and
(atei.al disturbances. As there is no
tek h ( Ultvated soil in Russia there
'ags aso reason why this big annual
.aPask Ahoold not continue.
BAGER TO WORK.
Health Regained by Right Food.
The average healthy man or woman
I usually eager to be busy at some
Susetl task or employment.
:) leot dyspepsia or Indigestion get
od a emO, and all endeavor becomes
"A ,Or -ago, after recovering from
1 operatqMt," writes a Michigan lady.
"My Mtoach and nerves began to give
>. memineh trouble.
" ' At ties y appetite was vora-
p .e, b-t when Indulged, indigestion
S. lpwed. Other taues I had no appe-
s wbhatevger. The 1ood4 I took did not
e ng me sad I grew weaker than
"I lost terest in everything and
,. w ed to be alone. I had always had
M -. 4 rves, but now the merest trifle
ed peet Wme and bring on a violent
,'. ~*". he Walka sa.ross, the room
e' gi& eofrt sad prescribed exercise
^ u aet of the question.
hat a OGra Nuts advertised,
,,. am. et believe what I read at the
t At lAt whea It semed as if I
B 301 s starving, I began to eat
t bee able towork for a
ut aow afte two maths on
--I sa erto be at work
'U M tamseh giee me so trou-
n re tady a ever.
We sad mSubtlsM hal
H Itnur to health."
"It we studied quatios wi
sole da of getting at thb. tuth,
tb'.n, no doubt. we sMld a b t.-
fragiats. But we can WI o a6
proseb a question, it sem without
taking side, without bealag parti-
sans, and as partisans, in our hot
wish to vanquish the other party,
truth becomes s little bit obseeunrd.
"Few motives, in this world, can
be pure. That is our great trouble."
Mr. Schieffelin smiled and re-
"A clerk wept bitterly on the
beach one stormy day while out o01
the boiling ses tossed a cooklesbhell
of a fishing boat wherein sat his emn-
ployer. As the clerk watched with
wild eyes the little boat now buried
under white foam, now shooting for.
ward gallantly, now buried again, h
clasped his hinds and cried in great
"'If that boat sinks, I'll lose my
LITTLE STUDY IN VALUES
Boy Quickly Close Deal With Curie
Hunter for Plece of Roosevelt
As Colonel Roosevelt spoke he
dropped his manuscript, sheet by
sheet, to the floor. There it lay in a
disordered heap, trampled upon by
him au he moved about the platform.
The curio hunters watched it When
the speech was ended and the great
throng was leaving they made a rush
for it and fairly fought for its poe.
session. One big man got two sheets
and a messenger boy got one. The
little fellow was tucking his in his
pocket when one of those who had
not- been fortunate enough to get
even a scrap of the paper said:
"I'll give you a dollar for that."
"Show me the dollar," the boy re-
plied. The next instant the deal
was closed.-St. Louis Pioneer
MAYOR GAYNOR' STORY.
"Mayor Gaynor is missed here,"
said a New York city hall official last
month. "The mayor has a humorous
way with him that we all appreciate.
"I remember a police story that he
told one day to a police captain--,
story about a sergeant.
"'My boy,' the sergeant said to a:
patrolman, 'you used to say I was:
lazy.' Then the sergeant bent his
arm. 'But look at these stripes, my
boy. I didn't get these by loafing
on the corners, Ah r
"'No, large the patrolman ani
swered with a sour smile, 'I knew.
you didn't get them in that way, or
you'd be a zebra by now.'"
JUST.A FIW NOTBS.
"You an not in It with me,"
needed the nightie ", you
can't touch a high sot. at alL
TMni re ule tfe trnl, u
my futher can *a bmlra IOi
sota$aa dsy JthaN youIm=ld
Fnest sewing, head made.
Golden oak case. Auto life
New patent spool tray. Eas
SEND US ONLY $1.00 AND WE
WILL SHIP YOU THIS MODEL 2
GOLDEN EAGLE SEWING MA.
On arrival examine it, and if satisfac-
tory pay freight agent the balance
($18.75). If you do not find it sat-
isfactory we will return your dollar
and pay freight both ways.-Catalog
GOLDEN EAGLE BUGGY COMPANY,
418 Golden Lagle Bldg..
Machine Dept. 48, Atlanta, Ga.
Says Aunt Gretchen Jans.
A woman's sphere is first to be a
mother-second to be a good mother.
After that she can be a doctor, law.
yr, carpenter, society leader or
sufragette. But If she isn't a mother
first, In a hundred years from now
there won't be any women left to have
any apheres.-The Spendthrift.
A Good Fellow.
A man must be a pretty good fellow
when even his relatives speak well
Any One Can Do it.
It doesn't take a magician to make
a dollar look like thirty cents.
The Glorious Insipidity of Tea.
Tea! thou soft, thou sober, sage and
venerable liquid. * thou female
tongue-running, smile-smoothing, heart
opening, wink-tipping cordial, to
whose glorious Insipidity I owe the.
happiest moments of my life, let me
fall prostrate.-Colley Cibber.
Thlre is more ('Ctarrh in thl. vec'-
tion of the country than all other diis-
ea. t's put toget iwr, and until the last
lw years was supposed to be Incur-
-h!.. For a great many years doc-
tori pronounced it a local disease
mnd prescribed loctil remidlies, and
"y constantly failing to cure wit. lo-
:.1 Ireuitient, pronounced it incur-
ail;le. Science has proven catarru to
!.e a constitutional disease and tl(.r'-
ore requires constitutional treat iaeint.
lall'. ('Catarrh ('ure, manufactriied
by P. .1. Cheney & Co., Tdledo,. ()!o.
is the only constitutional cure on thn
market. It is takt n Internally in
dcses from lio drops to a teapooniftul
4t acts directly on the blood and mu1-
rous surfaces of the systemci. 'Tliay
offer one hundred dollars for any
case It fails to cure. S~iiad for circu-
Itai and testimonials.
Address ('.1. IINEY & CO., 'o
Sold by drugglsts, 75r.
Take Hall's Fanmily Pills for con-
AII Og ~JultSi
Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.
M. 1. COXE,
Attorney At Law,
Offlie In Court House, Palatka, Fla.
J. N. BLACKWELL,
Oee Froat Street, Opposite Pftaam
W. A. WALTON
IJVY., FEND AND SALB
Mine saddle horses. Agenta s l
baker Brse. Mfa. Co., Soth
lad. Pho 8, 4P. O. R e U. Sm a
KATE L. LUCAS
Mllllsry and Fanoy soods
Notions, Ladles', Misses and Chil-
dren's winter Underwear, also a com-
plete line of the well-advertised Onyx
Ladies' Kid and Silk Gloves, Col.
lars, Belts. Handkerchiefs, etc.
Laces and Embroideriea.
Holiday goods now coming in
Do not fall to pay our store a visit
and Inspect before making 'up your
list for Chrlstmas. Prices right, satis.
Growers of Budded and Grafted Pf
eas Tree of beet standard varietes;
hardy erasseaon harty steek. old
grown roses, palms and eras. Fruit
ad ernamsmtal trees, shrubs, ete.
Keep eur estalog on fl
B S. GAVE S, Prop.
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AftmeWuy At Lm,
rOt tr*et, Palatka, Pla. Orm p
et. W. H. ROs1NS1R16
Oflee Over the Kennediy.
Attorney At Law,
Pro Street, PALATKA, FLA.
National Bank Bulldlng.
L I. HASKELL,
Attorney At Law,
DR. W. H. CYRUS,
Phyelolan and Surgeon,
MERRYDAY & WALTON,
COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS
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