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Title: The San Mateo item
Alternate Title: Item
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John A. Crosby
Place of Publication: San Mateo City Putnam County Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Vol. 20. No, 16. SAN MATEO', FLA., FEB. 4, 1911. blishM ed y, $1.00 a or.


News of the Week|



The dance at Federal Point last
night is reported to have been a very
successful affair.

Mrs. L. T. Trull and Mrs. C. W.
Ferrst were in Daytona the first
part of the week.

Messrs. Geo. C. and Wm. P. Wat-
son, of Veechdale, Ky., were guests
at the Palms this week.

Mr. Hugh Boring, with Benedict,
Poilak & Co., of Jacksonville, was
be 5 buinmos Tuesday.
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! .0"oon tea was given
j .d A. 'Balley Wednesday
hostorof Mrs. L. T. Trull. -


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. *'r .. Miss Elizabeth Dougherty, of Pa-
iittka is spending the week end as
the guest of Lulu Bailey.

"" Mr. Tpttle and family leave this
week for a trip to Tampa, west and
south Florida. They will be away
about a week.
Dr. aud-Mrs. Philip Meirowits, of
New York who are spending some
time in Florida were guests at Idle-
wild one day this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Fessler, Miss Min-
ale Fessler and Edwin Ktepper,
Esq., of Reading, Pa., spent d day or
two this week at the Palms.


The Fbing Line was presented at
the Howel Theater, Palatka, Tus.-
day. A number of young people
from here attended the play..


Mrs. C. A. Bailey, gave a candy
pull Thursday evenAig whichbwas a
gre4t sueess and was attended by
all be young people of the town.

Nit. Mand Mrs. Petit and Mrs. 0. R.
S" Hule, of Patmhogue, L. I., were
Smakings a brief visit In .Sa Matso
S ths we* stopping while here at the.
wPales.W

S bThe Patnam House at Palatka
opened ft room this week, and will
be IA..&bsedybydterryd y Webers,
ahe owsfee TThe ise se a boon
eloeed for four years pe

Ra. p W. oLye, Mmet SqlO ate
S3 enamrtum dissenr
dewaat h* s guasme smberlng
4 ^(Ma rierM, Mr. and Mas.
,Mr. M s. J. A.


The official figures of the Senator-
ial Election last, Tuesday, as an-
nounced by the County Executive
Committee, are Blount 822, Bryan
960. In the first primary Blount re-
ceived 244, Bryan 87, Stockton 188.

Larkin T. Trull, Esq., who has
been enjoying a ten days' vilt iii
San Mateo, left for his home in Low-
ell this morning. Mrs. Trull and
Bailey will remain in town some
time before returning North.

Item is in receipt of an attractive
caralogue from T. W. Wood & Son
the Richmond Seed House showing
a full line of tteir well known veg-
etable and flower seeds. Everyone
interested should niot fall to write
for a copy.

A Valentine Masquerade is an-
nounced to take place at the school
house Tuesday evening Feb. 14th.
Chief Moore of the Welaka Bureau
has promised a full moon and the
cream of the weather and a good
time is assured to all.

The continued warm weather is
starting everything out and if there
Is no damaging frost will make a
very early spring. The wild plums
are booming like snow clouds
every here and much orange bloom
is beginning to get busy.

If you have any poultry or eggs
for sale, or if you are in any way in-
terested in poultry-raising, send
your name on a postal card to us.
We have something of interest for
you. Address The Tampa Weekly
Times, Tampa, Fla. 2-4-4t

$80.00. per month straight salary
and expenses, to men with rig, to in-
troduce our Poultry Remedies.
Don't answer unless you mean bus-
luess. Eureka Poultry Food Mfg.
Co. (Incorporated), East St. Louis,
Ill. _.-4-4t

The Earnest Co., of Palatka, pro-
poses to increase Its capital stock
Lfom $10,000 to $30,000 and add a se.-
ad story to their store building.
This business has grpwn phenome-
nally within the few years of Its ex-
Istanee. Four store ain the Merry-
day block are now occupied by them.

Fertilislng and pruning are the
opr etSrate right new and the
grew ay looking ine Jfrom the
prounl-g ad eultIvatSng. Rather
more dead wood than usual this
yeau from the rather sharp weather I
tas winter aid the trlmulag sakes
* b4ig diaerewe l sppemime.



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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Under Sec. 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Win.
Thorn pson, purchaser of Tax Certif-
icate No. 54, dated 6th day of July,
190H, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property sit-
uated in Putnam County, Florida,
to-wit:
Pt. of Cocafacio Orant, Bk. T,
Page 159. Section 87, Township 9, 8.
Range 27 E.-4 acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of Issuance of such certif-
clate in the name of Mrs. Carrie
Thompson.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 28th day of
February A. D., 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 28th day of January, 1911.
HNitvY HUTOHINSON,
(Seal.] Clerk Circuit Comn t,
Putnam County, Florida.
By Henry Hutchinson, Jr. D. C.
No. 828.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Under See. 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that W. S.
Sherman purchaser of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 627, dated 83rd day of July,
A. D., 1899, has filed said certificate
in my office and has made applica-
tion for tax deud to issuu in accord-
anee with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam county,
Florida, to-wit:
Pt. nw of setA of nw% of Section
28, Township 10, 8. Range 26 E.-2
acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certifi-
cate in the name of Anderson
Nicord.
Unless said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 6th day of
March. A. D., 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 4th day of February, 1911.
HaxBNY HUToHuNsoN,
(Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County, Florida.
By H. Hutchinson, Jr., D. C. M4
No. 896
A party given Thursday by Hon.
L. T. Trull was thoroughly enjoyed
by Mr. and Mrs. Forrest, Miss 811-
vernall, Mr. and Mrs. Trull, Mrs.
Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. Crosby, Mr.
and Mrs. Seaman, the Messrs,
Smith and Mrs. L. M. Ralph. They
left the wharf about 8 a. an. on tile
launch Rauibow and the run of V
miles through Dunn's Creek and
Crescent Lake seeing Crescent City,
and dinner at Grove tHall was thor-
uogbly enjoyed. Vr6m Cresment
City a run aeron Cresoeut Lake to
the Gowen Grove was not the least
feature of the trip some of the mnest
fruit lrowa In Florida was seen
there. Leaving Mr. Gowen wbarft
about dO the run borne was made
In two asd a balf boenrs. a


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED. ,
underr Sec. 8 of Chapter 4w88, aws of Florids.
Notice is hereby given that J. W.
Register purchaser of ) of Tax Oer-
tificate No. 56 dated Ist day of July
A. D. 1901, Certificate No. 79 dated
6th day of July A. D. 1897 and 11-40
ths of Certificate No. 91 dated 6th
day of April A. D. 1802, has filed said
Certificate and fractional Certificates
in my office, and has made applica-
tion for Tax Deed to issue It accor-
dance with law.
Said Certificate and fractional
Certificates embraces the following
described property, situated in Put-
nam County, Flrida, to-yit:
One-half of Certificate No. 66, em-
braces PwX of nw)3 of Section 19,
Certificate No. 79 embraces w3j (less
nw3 of nw>3) Section 19, and 11-40
ths of Certificate No. 91 embraces
the west 22 acres of n% of neo of
Section 80, all In Township 8, 8.
Range 27 E.-842 acres.
. The said laud being assessed at the
date of issuance of such Certificate
and fractional Certificates In the
name of Unknown, Fl4. Finance Co.,
aMd Wm. Register, respectively.
Unless said Certificate and fra-e.
tional Certificates shall be redeemed
according to law, Tax Deed will is-
sue thereon on the 6th (lay of Marah
A. D., 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 4th day of February, 1911.
HENRY HUTCHINSON.
Clerk Circuit Court,
(Seal) Putnam County, Fla.
By Henry Hutchinson, Jr. D. C.
No. 828 M6



I. F. Craig, Esq., of the South Pa-
latka Colony across the river was in
San Matfo Friday visiting the Fruit
Company and Lyle groves and mak-
Ing a general Inspection of the place
with a party of gentlemen. This is
Mr. Craig's first trip through the
town and he seemed well pleased
with his neighbors.


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Little wonder that Interest wanes
when primaries are the chronic .*
amusement they have been this sea-
son. A light vote was only to be ex-
pected Tuesday but when you split
the last one-per-cent it sure is close
figuring. Hardly what could be
termed a landslide for either "Ellen
N" or our Innocent friend from Jack-
sonville. 9,

The brief notice comes of the death
of Rev. John Lemly at his home In
Albany. Those who were here last
winter will remember Mr. Lemr ly
who occupied the Manse with Ro.
Oeo. B. Stockwell, and after the de.-
parture of Mr. Stookwell the pulpi$
of the Presbyterian church. Tib.
immediate easus of bis death iJ
given as Brights D1eae frow wvbleh
be ha suffered ame idw, ':

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2 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANGES.

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Commission Merchants
18 Set gay and 1 and At..
lantil Whar, Charleston, C..-
Respectfully SoUelt your Shipments of ORANGE, TANGmRIN, GRAPU
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us for caalogue, prices and terms.
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We sell the following well-kno goods: Aaeriau,
Id, GQeser "PeeriejPiS d Sdth,d Myr & SchaterSaw
nd capacities; Erie City, ser f aad Hous
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PROPER WATIERINQ THE MOST
IMPORTANT DUTY.


Water Should B of Same Tempera-
ture as Reeoom and Net Admintl.
tered Haphasrd--How to
Spray the Foliage.


"What becomes of all the smashed
aeroplanes?"
"They sell them to the girls for
hats, I guem."

DISTEMPER
nla ll its forms among all MS of hbers,
as wel as dogs, cured and other in sa
stable prevented from having the Amssm


Nothing Much.
"I don't know whether I ought to
recognize him here in the city or not.
Our acquaintance at the seashore
was very slight."
"You promised to marry him, didn't
you?"
"Yes, but that was all."

Vor EBBADAcUW--IekW COAPVDIHBNa
Whether from Colds, Beat, Stomach or
Nervous Troubles, Capudtue will relieve you.
It's Uould-pleasant to take-acts limedl-
ately. Try It. 10o., So., and 0o cents at drug
"torea.
Be a live wire, but don't burn your
associates.


y directed, will cause her to
gve to her little ones onl the most
wholesome and beneficial remedies
and only when actually needed, and
6e well-informed mother uses oly
the pleasant and entle laxativerem-
edy-- of Figs and Eliir of
a-when a laxative s required
as it i wholly free from all objec-
tionable substancos. To get its ben-
ecial effects always buy the g -
Smanufactured by the C.sia
Syrup Co.



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portant duty nla taking care of the In-
door garden. Sickly plants, In six
caes out of ten, are the result of be-
Ing watered Just whenever the owner
happen to think of It. A good per.
centage of the remaSnder are caused
by an eess of water. Too much Is
as bad as too little. When over-wa-
tered the roots are unable to absorb
all the moisture. This causes the soil
to become soaked, thus excluding the
air. Then the earth becomes sour, the
roots decay, and the leaves of the
plant turn yellow and fall off. When
under-watered, the roots dry up with
similar results.
All potted plants should be watch-
ed. Rub a pinch of the soil between
the fingers. If It crumbles up with-
out caking, then you know It Is time
to administer water; if it cakes, then
there Is still enough moisture unab-
sorbed. The water should be of the
same temperature as the room In
which the plants are kept and should
be clear.
People who pour the hot water left
the bottom of the tea kettle on their
flowers must not be surprised Ift the
roots are scalded to death. The plant
should be allowed to stand and drain
for some time. Then the excess In
the saucer or Jardiniere must be emp-
tied out. When the flowers are in
window boxes, by the way. holes
should be drilled In the bottoms of
the boxes in order to allow the excess
moisture to drain off.
Syringing is also important. All
plants should be so treated except
those whose leaves are covered with
hairs. The value of syringing is that
It helps ~J keep the foliage clean, the
breathing pores of the plants open
and the leaves and stems free from
Insects.
On warm days this syringing should
be done outside, putting the plants
where they can get the sun while tak-
lag their bath. It to better not to use
a nozzle, but place the thumb over
the opening of the hose and spray the
water so. that it may fall on the leaves
like rain.. In cold weather this should
be done in the bathroom.
Plants with large and tough leaves,
such as palms and rubber plants, need
to be sponged from time to time. Do
this lightly and don't rub the leaves.

Dressed Meat.
A cheap, nourishing, delicious, and
easily digested meat for luncheon or
tea sla ade by boiling a "shankbone"
of veal, one of beef, and one of mut-
ton together until the meat will fall
from the bone. Carefully remove all
bone and gristle, chop fine, or put
through meat cutter. Season to taste,
sage and savory may be added If deo-
sired. Place half the mixture in a
bread tin, have ready five or six hard
boiled eggs, cut each end from them
so they can be placed close, end for
end, in a row on the meat in the cen-
ter of tin. Then add the balance of
the mast, press closely, and set away
until firm. Slice in half Inch slices
with a sharp knife so that each piece
will have a slice of egg In the center.
garnish with parsley. This never
falls to be an attractive dish and
eoce made well sto I constant do-
mand. The stock can be used for
soup.

Baked Hamburg Steak.
Two pounds chopped boeef,. one can
of tomatoes. Beason meat with salt,
popper, and little onion. Put meat to
ektlet. shaping meat well up around
the ides. Pour Ia tomatoes and bake
tbree.quarters of an hour. Pems or
I emtlng may be substituted.


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Prepared
Chop.


Grate five or six large potatoes. Add
three tablespoonfuls of milk. four ta-
blespoonfuls of flour, and three-fourths
cup raislains.
Have ready one-half pound salt
pork; cut up in pieces about the size
of a lima bean: also a kettle of boil-
ing water and two small bags: salt
bags do very well. Wet the bags in
cold water, then put Into them, first
a thin layer of the potato dough, then
about six or seven pieces of the salt
pork, which press down a little into
the dough. Half fill the bags In this
way, finishing with a layer of the
dough. The bags must not be more
than half full, as space must be al-
lowed for the dough to swell. Tie the
JOps of the bags securely and put them
into the boiling water and cook two
hours. Care must be taken that the
bogs do not stick to the bottom of the
kettle.
At the end of this time remove the
bag from the water and allow them
to cool slightly, then strip from the
loaf.
Cut the loaf In thin slices and fry
brown. This makes a delicious break-
fast dish.
The recipe Just as It Is makes
enough for seven or eight persons.

Custard Pie.
Beat together till light four eggs
with four tablespoonfuls of sugar;
then add one pint of milk and one tea-
spoonful of orange extract. Line a
deep pie plate with a rich pastry.
pour in the custard, place in a moder-
ately hot oven, and bake until the
pastry is brown and the custard firm. i
Serve hot or cold.


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CLEANING ORIENTAL RU9G
HMew peW-M an t Roemevn1 an* the
Rloh Colors of the Fabrio
are"g"t Out.
After oriental rugs have been dust
cleaned at home by any of the new
and excellent electric cleaners, the
housekeeper finds the rugs truly dust-
less, but not clean looking. If there
*re grease spots or any other spots-
on the carpet they remain as before.
The province of the machine Is to
remove every particle of dust and It
fulfills this mission, but the good
housekeeper is not content to see
spots of any kind remaining on her
rugs.
Thls can be remedied and the rteb
colors brought out by the following
simple method. Leave the rug on the
flor where it belongs. Remove every-
thing from on top of it. Take naptba
roap and make a lather In luke warm
water. Take an old Turkish towel.
dip It in the suds,. wring out and rub
the rug vigorously, being careful not
to rub agatuat the nap of the rug. Tou
will see the dirt of the rug coming off
on the towel, but not a bit of the color.
Dip In again, washing off dirt of the
towel and continue to rub until the
towel remains clean. Whenever the
suds look dark change the water and
prepare fresh suds.
When the entire carpet Is rubbed.
take luke warm water, dip in your
towel, wring out, and go over the en-
tire surface so that no sign of the
suds Is left. Then leave the rug un-
disturbed until thoroughly dry. It Is
surprising how the rug lights up! The
natural tints of oriental material are
brought out and the conscious feeling
that the rug is clean from a sanitary
point of view is a satisfaction.
The fringe of the rug should not be
rubbed, as it is too delicate, but ran
be cleaned easily by sitting on a foot-
stool with a basin on the lap and dip.
ping into the suds a handful of fringe
at a time, wringing out tight when
clean. Avoid wetting the rug as far
as possible while cleaning the fringe.
This process finished, spread the
fringe out straight on the floor until
thoroughly dry. The fringe should be
cleaned first.

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flammation, ulceration, 1ibroid tumor,
irregularities, periodic pain bkache,
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W 3NI&ARPp WILULAMS RTS (our leader). By the apliee S; 44
Ml qua rts $8.50. BZpres prepaid.
i . OOLBMAN RTY (rich and mellow), By the gaSl#a, $3.1T; 4
Stll quarts $3. Expres prepaid.
ANVIL RTS (a arst class family whiskey). By the galloa &2.50; 4,
i quarts 90. IEpress prepaid.
ITAP?6O.A0 (a pure old Georgia corn whiskey, bottled nl bead), 4
Sfull quarts $L press prepaid. (Bold only nl bottles.)
KLMAN KUT KORN (a pure old Kentucky corn whiskey, bottled la
bead), 4 full quarts $4. Express paid.
OLD.KWNTUCKT CORN (direct from bonded warehouse). By the
gallon $3. 4 full quarts $3.60. Express prepaid.
POINTER CLUB (a flue oorn for the money). By the gallon $2l.0;
4 full quarts $2.90. Express prepaid.
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LOCATION, ATTRTIONS
LOCATION, ATTRACTIONGe ADVAN,


TAGIE


Iafermatlen for the Vieltor or Neme
meke

la Mate*4 Putalm o00mt1 0 A
mate6 e th eaMt bask of the St.
JMas River, and N0 et above It.
the highest polat I Feridl a"st ad
to St. Johns river, whlst Is mealf
asft wide at this pant.
live miea from ePalatL W eae
seat, (6tty oft ,000), 1 miles from
St. Augustine and about 16 mI es
kern Jackseovlle.
The terminus of a branch do the
iorida East Coast Railway. The deo
pot being three-quarters of a m4e
from the river wharL
Advantages and Attractions.
Ban Mateo has good shelled roads
"ad miles of hard sidewalks. Beauti-
hfl wateroaks line both sides of
treets, and meet overhead to many
Two eharches, public and private
schools, telegraph, telephone, express,
money order postoftfce, thr6e malls
daily, meat market, two general
stores, who take orders and deliver
pods at your door, weekly paper.
The l'ace Is incorporated. The
state and county taxes are about 10
mills on about one-third valuation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer. tar
key, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place,
open winters; rates eight to tea dol-
Urn per week; $3.00 day.
Six thousand people weat through
the San Mateo Fruit Cozmpany's grove
nerm last season.
' One of the best advantages Sm
Mateo enjoys Is transportation; belag
a both river and rail la sa"advantage
that few Florida points enjoy. A re-
mad terminals at Jacksoaville weo
more than congested and fruat ship
pod from points down the central
part of the state was, In some eases,
three weeks getting to Jacksonville.
es route to northern market, aad
Aid not bring enough to pay freight,
while San Mateo shippers, at same
time. would ahip from here one day
and have fruit go out of Jacksonville
on the Clyde ship the next. This Ut.
lie matter that season alone was


worth thousands of dollars to the San
Mateo growers and the homeseeker
will do weft to bear In mind trans
portation and cheap rates that eome
with cumpetitlon, In selecting a Flor-
Ida location.
The population ais about O0, who
ame mostly from the northern taes.
As a class they are men of means,
progressive and sociable. Have a bet.
ter class of homes than can be found
nl any place In the south of Its lis."
The buildings kept painted mad
grounds mn good order.
Healthfulness.
On account of Its high altitudes
Ihere Is no healthier spot in Florida
for all the year round or for the wain.
ter visitors. For those who come to
loritis on account of health, many
and ihis higher altitude, dry a '
balmy air Is better than the lowe*.,
more harsh air fouud n salt water
MUoaU.
Business.
The principle business is orage
growing. Bosne 400 acres In grvveS
are her, and as this proves prit.
sble, khe is not much attenUot paid
Aher crops, although there are seoe
letfables wrown for htlmmit ad


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$2.00
You can play chords on the Piano
and Organ without a knowledge of
music. No study or practice necessa-
ry, just place the Chart on the in-
strument and strike keys as Indicated.
Charts sent post paid for $2.00.
Agents wanted everywhere.
THE GOLDEN KEY TO
BOOKKEEPING
A work that teaches book-keeping
at a glance. Solves the mysteries of
debits, credits, journalizing, posting
and balancing by diagram. The au-
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We mail it, postpaid, for $1.00.
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312 Bank of Commerce,
.MINNEAPOLIS, M(NN.



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DEALEBRS IN

Fruits & Produce


COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Southern Produe a Speelalty.
Corner WASHINGTON n d DUANI
STREETS, NEW YORK.
REPERENCES-Irving National Bank
New Yeorki All MerenMile AlAelee.

Pifty THouead damage rWe or
Many PWs In asUnited se who
be never heerd of
PLANK'S OHILL TOMU.
It's guaranteeood to ouro M lauis,
Chllt, Pever, Colds ad LeWpe.
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qaon toes utIated at 10 = :
that for Putnam county at 4 WkO
boxes.
The county Is now bufdlao at Pa.
latka a 35.000 court house; a brMg
one mile long, costing $45.000, con-
necting this section with our county
*eft, and will spend at once $100,000
", hard roads.
he sdll vafees a great dea! frem
high pine to low and high hammoak.
al witlit a mile. so that lands for
amy purpose or crops ean be secure&
San Mateo can be reasoed from
JSeokaville by Florida East Coast
railway or Beach and Miller. line
steamer (see time tables elsewhere
Io this paper). The Clyde's St. Johns
river steamers arrive here about 10
p. L. so do not advise this route.
lare B. & M. line $1.25; railroad $2
from Jkckeonvllle.
Launch Rainbow leaves Palatka
every afternoon at 1" f. Lucas line
teamers 1.30 p. m.. every day but
SI-day.
3. & M. line from Palatka 3 p. m.
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays,
sad three trains daily on P. E. C.
alway. Fare from Palatka U2 oeate
IF route, t


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A F y Display of Pinepples

at Tam-a

The American Pomological Society is to meet at
Tampa, the last week in January, 1911. This is to be
a National Convention, and there will be a grand exhibit
of Florida products. Florida fruit and vegetable growers
should put their best foot foremost and make the exhibit
one that will be remembered. In order to secure
a large exhibit,

The- E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Company
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Is Offering Valuable Prizes
We offer $25 for best box of pineapples, $10 second prize. Alsovalu-
able cash prizes for O s, rape Cae Beam, Calewer,
EIM MWau, T*eI, Ceery, ss adOhl s- h prizes whch
Write for particulars sad for the complete record of prizes. It is
not too early to plan your uhibit now.
THE E. 0. PAINTER FIRTILIZER MPANY
Jacksonville, Florida.


Palatka


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East Coast

Oranges and grapefruit

We make a specialty of
small lots, carefully packed.
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PALATKA, FLA.


Notioe:


Florida Orangems, Grapefruit nd
Southern Eaxly Yegetinables


Car lots and small shipments.


Prompt returns on consigned goods.


Most of the groves, the
fruit from which we are


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OHATTANOOGA, TENN.


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Manufacturers o d Oger A and Soda Waters.


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toe, N. YT., for a sample bottle. It wi
eAvmins anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
ad about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention this paper
For sale at all drug stores. Price fifty.
cents and one-dollar.

The Walkers.
James M. Beck, the famous corpora-
tion lawyer of New York, Is a native
of Philadelphia, and to Philadelphia
he often returns to see his old
friends.
Mr. Beck, at a recent banquet in
Philadelphia, defended corporations
with an epigram.
"The trust buster and the Socialist
may do what they please," he said,
"but mankind will still be divided into
two great classes-those who walk to
get an appetite for their dinner, and
those who walk to get a dinner for
-.- their appetite."


RCZEMA GONE, BOILS CURED

| "My son was about three weeks old
when I noticed a breaking-out on his
cheeks, from which a watery sub-
stance oosed. A short time after, his
arms, shoulders and breast broke out
also, and In a few days became a solid
scab. I became alarmed, and called
our family physician, who at once pro.
bounced the disease ecsema. The lit-
tie fellow was under his treatment
for about three months. By the end
of that time, he seemed no better. I
became discouraged, and as I had
read the advertisements of Cuticura
Remedies and testimonials of a great
many people who had used them with
wonderful success, I dropped the doo-
tor's treatment, and commenced the
use of Cutleura Soap and Ointment,
and la a few days noticed a marked
change. The eruption on his cheeks
was almost healed, and his shoulders,
arms and breast wore decidedly bet-
$er. When he was about seven
W~sths old all trace of the easema
h wuad one.
S *"During his taethinl period, his
hea bd and face were broken out in
1 bolls which I oured with Cutlcuras
44ap and Ointment. Surely hbe nust
bave been a great aufferer. During the
dte ot teething and from the time I
A1pd the doctor's treatment. I used
do CUcmr (Soap and CuUouras 0at-
i aN notaina else, and who two
".old he was the picture of health.
ji g mplexo was soft and beauti-
e a his head a mass of silky ourla.
a dt em afraid that be would never
'WeiO, ad I feel that I owe a reat
t4 t 0Cutours HanmadN."
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A SIMPLE DEDUCTION.


"Tou have so billdrea," said 8her.
lock Holmses, Jr., as he approached the
well-dressed man who had Just stepped
out of ose of the fashionable clubs;
"or. If you have children, they are few
In number."
"Right you are. I have only one
child."
S'1he I a girL"
"Correct again. old man. But how
the deuce do yoq happen to know so
much about my family?T You're a
stranger to me."
"It la very simple." replied the great
amateur detective. "I recently over-
head another say that you belonged
to nearly all the best clubs In this
city. I knew that If you bad a son or
two you oould not buy shoes ior them
snd pay club duea."

Not Suffloent.
"Here's an account of another hunt-
er lost in the woods," said Wise.
"Every hunter should carry a pocket
compass."
"Why," asked Dumley, "how would
that help him?"
"Help him to get out, of course. The
needle of the comausa always points
to the north-"
"Ah! but suppose he wants to go to
the east, west or south?"-Cathollo
Standard add Times.

NOT YET OUT.


MARY AND PANKY.

Mary had a little poodle,
Its feece was white as snow.
And Mary took It with her
*Most everywhere she'd go.
Ohe carried It to town one day--
Ala.l poor Panky Pool
Somebody stole that dog away,
She never did know who.
But Mary's father chuckled.
When he had heard the news,
And be found It very difficult.
Just then, to have the "blues."
Because, you see, he'd paid a. 8
To kidnap Panky Poo.
whe surely had been double-crossed
But Aary never knew.

NOSE WAS FIRST.


Bhe-That nose tells the story.
He--Yesh, dear, but I had a muet
better one ready to tell you.

Wisdom of Billy.
Moon will the ancient, odorous oat
Mike for the cellar, dark, remote;
There he'll defy the wintry storm .
And eat the coal to keep him warm.

Way to Find Him.
"My wife and I are going to spend
a few months with her people at
Strong's Corners." said the meek lit
tie man, "and I want you to mall your
paper to me-"
"Yes," said the clerk, "what's your
Dame?"
"Well-er-to make sure. I guess
you'd better address it: 'Mary
Strong's Husband, Strong's Corners.' "
-CatholiUc Standard and Times.

UNDISMAYED.


Visior-Poor man. I suppose you
are down and out?
Jail Priaoner-Hardly, mum: I am
dowh all right, but I wont be out for
0o days.

Pollee Obtuen*ee.
"Why did you lot that thlef gt
away with the autpobile right under
your eyuS" demanded the oblie.
"He ated as if he were the ownerw"
-iplalsed the patrolman. "He took It
asoonoearndly an had as pleasant a
ae as tf thw evar sbo doubt of hs
ownership."
"A pleaseat fanl" reard the cahef.
"Des't you knao yet what a worried
look the automobile owner 'wears

Haet &" ."
Oh. (ead. when yeu "belt la,"
AndM then you tyetl i dit
tbe wiset plan Is Juat tear 'roun
And calmly butt sifht v*t


Teast-rWheat as benem of that
Nildleof the rad am we use"d to
bear abut?
(seshab-emhI there weas me
manyr **a ** la"te i taeo Lidle f
the road that they wmere it eAt ea
basisea I rspose.-'T-akers tatu
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I seem aeestaful for a time, you wil
Sad omse day that you have aot a
reAd let sa the world.
Tbhe PolUtlea-Tbhas all right. It
a part of my businms to me that my
klea dsoat get left

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THE POTASH CONTROVERSY

W m Colaimn Presented at Wash.
Ingeon Are Contradieted by
American Interests.


WaMhlagton, D. C., Jan.-The cotton
rowImg states are particularly Inter-
S reted aI the potash controversy be-
.twos the State Department and Bear-
.ltn, Indce theM future price of tertiliser
s directly affected by the outcome.
Osman Interests have just made rep-
Miatation to secretary Knox similar
I effect to those assertions made by
circular letter to the miners through-
out the South claiming that the Ger.
Man potUsh law, which plaoee a pen.
alty oea Ue m eelitng heavily to Amer-
cease at a lower price than 4ha for.
ely ruled, Is merely a part of the
general conservation policy of Ger-
many.
According to Ochalmus, a leading
German geologist, there are about
89,000 square miles of potash in one
section of Germany, each of these
containing some 60,000,000 tons of
pure potash. This same authority
states that the annual output from
these mines Is about 600,000 tons each,
and he figures that If the annual out-
put should jump to 6,000,000 tons an-
nually, It would still require 621,600
years to exhaust the supply.
Another of Germany's assertions is
that the law does not discriminate
against Americans. The brief of the
American potash buyers committee
submitted to congress points out that,
under the law as recently passed by
Germany, the mines of the potash
trust in that country were allowed a
proportion of output sufcient to sup-
ply the world, while the Independent
mines that had made contracts to sup-
ply the United States at a reduced
price were limited to one-fourth of
their actual sales already made to us.
In addition a penalty of $22 per ton
was Imposed for overproduction. Thus
the penalty falls exclusively upon
shipments to this country and indi-
reetly upon the consumer.
An effort Is apparently being made
to create the impression that this con-
troversy is really a contest between
the policy of the. German government
and an American trust. The fact is
that there sl no such complete and
powerful truot in the United States
as this German potash syndicate.
This syndicate actually monopolizes
the entire potash supply of the world,
save for the two mines that broke
away from the trust and sold to Amer-
ican buyers. In this country there
are about 70 different fertilizer manu-
facturers using potash, and of these
about 75 per cent are independent of
any trust affiliation.
Another claim made by the German
committee at the White House was to
the effect that the American buyers
knew that a law would be passed pro-
viding for government taxes and pen-
alties to be assessed, and that they
pade these contracts with this knowl-
edge in mind. The American commit-
tee states positively that this Informa-
tion was brought to them after theq
contracts were made, and used at a
club in an attempt to force them to
give up the contracts already entered'
Into, which would have reduced the
price of fertilizer materially In thist
country.
An ofcial high in the government
here is authority for the statemeanl
that the cost of this controversy must
necessarily fall upon the consumer.
and that it should, therefore, be set-
tied quickly. While the American
companies paytng a penalty have met
the pries made by the German trust
that pays no penalty, this been
dose at a leass, gad should they with*.
draw from the field because of this,
,the pres of fertIliser In this country
would be dictated by the German
ieely sautrammelled Ia BerliUn.


ROYALTY AS THE GODFATHER

Difficulty In uepe Suecessfully Over
come by the Exerelse of Some
Diplom ay.

In the early days of the reign of the
late King Leopold of Belgium a sev-
enth son was born to a Brussels wom-
an, and when the king heard of it and
was told that the boy was the seventh
successive one and that no girl had
come to the family, he asked to be the
baby's godfather. Ever since then
every seventh son boln In Brussels
has had the same honor, and the moth-
ers have received gifts In keeping
with their station In life. King Al-
bert, In carrying out the old adage a
short time ago, had some diffculty
"because the seventh son was twins."
according to the Prankfurter Zeitung.
"He could not stand for both boys, be-
cause that would give the family two
Alberts. The remedy was found by
Queen Elizabeth, who suggested that
her little son. the duke of Brabant,
be the godfather of the eighth boy,
who consequently received the name
of Leopold."


A LOST ART.


"It seems to me that our new maid
ought at least to know how to serve
water, if she was six years with her
last employer."
"Well, it's not surprising, dear. I
know her last employer."

A Transaction In Stamps.
The stamp vending machines in-
stalled in many stores and shops about
the city are not favored by a woman
who hurried into a drug store In Mas-
sachusetts avenue several days ago
where there is a branch postoffice.
"How do you sell your two-cent
stamps?" she inquired indignantly.
"Two cents apiece," replied Bfassett.
"Well, that's all right." she replied,
while she fished in her purse for a
coin. "This is the fifth place I have
visited after stamps. At all the other
places they had those slot machines
where you have to spend a nickel for
two two-cent stamps. I made up my
mind not to be held up if I had to
walk all pver the city. Give me two
stamps."
The woman laid down a dime and
hurried out with two two-cent stamps,
leaving six cents in change lying on
the show case. She did not return.-
Indianapolis News.

Wer COLDs aid.4 IP
Nick'* CAJ DwsM Is the beat remedy -re-
leves the aching and feverishness-- care, tihe
cold and restore normal conditions. It'm
ll1qud--Efect immediately. 10c., 6., and 5oc.
At drug tors.

Where Every Ear is Stretched.
Knicker-They say listening is a
lost art.
Docker-Ever live in a flat with a
dumb waiter?

Dr. Pierce's Pleasat Pellets regulate
and invisorate stomach, liver aud bowels.
Bugar-osted, tiny granule, eua to take
as candy.
It is better to lose in loving than
to gain by self-seeking.

Olfl 0X11 **1MOMO Wir.-
* Iar9! A. W'e. u t
over a toi noue n r. ac.
Many mistake soft words for tender,
loving ways.


Al Kids of Floriu Real


$18,000-Thirteen room house, one
story, nicely furnished, all in good
repair. Packing house. River front
location and extending back over
half mile. 78 acres land. House on
hilltop. 90 feet above river. Grove
that has been producing $3,000 to $5,-
000 in fruit per year. Parts of the
land are suited for any fruit or vege-
table.

$3,500--Thirty acres land. Grove
producing 300 to 500 boxes fruit.
House within hundred yards of river
bank. Deep water close in. Good
spring water. House has seven or
eight rooms. This is one of the pret-
ty locations in Florida. View of river
some two miles up and two down and
about one mile from postofflce and
depot.

$2,000--About thirty acres land ;
house of six or seven rooms. Grove
has about 200 to 3010 boxes fruit this
season. llHalf mile from depot and
postofflte and 1 1-2 niles from riv er
w- harf.

Anoth, r grove on river, belonging
to this estate, snipped 1,,"0m to 1,2<'I
boxes fruit this season; is held for
$.-0, it(i. The two properties, can lie
bought to clo)-I thih; estate, for about
$ t ,140,(0 ca.it il

$250-Twenty acres fine land two
miles froi postoffilce.

If you want a couple of rooms for
light housekeeping or a cottage, write
us. Rates are $10 to $25 per month.
i)o It Now!

Ko. Si PlaI ple l&ads ti Dade
county, on ralBroad. I aore lotA, $20
per acr. If y u want pneappje land
or a pnery already la bearing, write
Ms.

41. A pretty Uttle grove with fine
location for house on river bank,


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About five hundred boxes fruit thnl
season. Wharf on the property and
packing house. $3.500.

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
house. *

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 $500; 100x200 feet to 5 acres In
extent.

Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din.
Ing room and large living room, about
two acres land recently set out in or-
ange trees, nicely situated In center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
or sale. Photo $1.000.

Fifty acres, pa't cleared, railroad
one side, river on west; one mile
from San Mateo postomce, on hard
road; $500.

Two thousand three hundred acres
lying l)ftwt'un 'Palatka and San Ma-
te(,, $12 .51 per air.; railroad runs
through prop rty; has frontage on St.
.Jolhn river 'ind county is building
hard surface highway tlhrorgh it. Part
of this land is suitable for fruit and
truck and part as good potato land as
there is in the famous Hlastings dis-
trict, which Is but about three miles
from eastern boundaries. Flowing well
on thie property and a hIIIall orange
grove. \\' lls can he put down on any
p:,rt ofr it. i

We have properties runni g from
a few hIuaidied to $18.000. Write a
about price you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.


|You Want a mi-n riidta. CM to Sa Mati
mw4 what W Have to Oft You Will
flake a niaUtfe Y9 u D a't.




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SAN MATBO. FLA.


BEACH and MILLER LINE


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.


Steamer "CR ESCENT"


SOLI'III BOUND.


Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays.Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.


leave Jacksonville . . 8:30amL
Leave Green Cove Springs 10:30am
Leave Palatka . . 3;00pm
I.avo San Mateo . . . 3:30pm
Arrive Crescent City . 7:00pin


Leave ('resent (City . . 7:00am
Leave San Mateo . . 9:00am
Leave Palatka . . . 9:30am
Leave Green Cove Springs 1:45pm
Arirve Jacksouvillo . 6:00pm *


E. T. CILLARK, Trafttfic Manager, Jacksonville .t J. ADAMS, Agetnt. Palatka
MRS. J. W. MILLIER, Gen. Mgr, Crescent City.


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Life Saved at Death's Door.
"1 never felt so near my grave,'
writes W. R. Patterson of Wellington.
Texas, as when a frightful cough and
l Jung trouble pulled me down to 100
pounds, In spite of doctor's treatment,
for two years. My father, mother and
two esiters died of consumption, and
that I am alive today is due solely
to Dr. King's New Discovery, which
completely cured me. Now I weigh
187 pounds and have been well and
strong for years." Quick, safe, sure,
It's the best remedy on earth for
.. coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup
and all throat and lung troubles. 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar-
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Where the Damage Was Done.
I hear you were run Into by an aun
yesterday, 8am?"
6 "Dat right, h. It struck me In
boaw" mah.
"Not mnuh of as aeleat, I sup-
oW0 dat, safthr"
yI saM It wasn't much of as aeel-
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Children Ory
FOR FLTOTUirS
CASTORIA

Leglal Oppesitt.
SCarrte Chapman Oatt. advocaet
MO M Erage ie New York. sald:
nsavw erd a gmy tto e
wilsble o le ael eppeute to
suW iasL. The aYra- om
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SEND US ONLY $1400 AND WE
WILL SHIP YOU THIS MODEL 2
GbOLDEN EAGLE SEWING MA-
CHINE.
On arrival examine if, and it satisfac.
tory pay freight agent the balance
($18.75). It you do ot find it sat-
Isfactory we will return your dollar
and pay freight both ways.-Catalog
8-48 FR3.
GOLDEN EAGLE BUGGY COMPANY,
418 Golden. Ogle Bldg.,
Meclasne Dept 48, Atlanta, (Ia.
The first use of all food consumed
by fowls is to maintain the body. In
order to produce eggs there must be
a surplus left after the body Is prop-
erly nourished.
Tortured for 16 Years
by a cure-defying stomach trouble
that baffled doctors, and resisted all
remedies he tried, John W. Modder
of Moddersville. Mich., seemed doom-
ed. He had to sell bis farm and give
up work. His neighbors said, "as
can't live much longer." "Whatever
I ate distressed me." he wrote, "till
tried Electric Bitters, which work-
ed such wonders for me that I can
now eat things I could not take for
years. It's surely a grand remedy for
stomach trouble." Just as good. for
the liver and kidneys. 'very bottle
guaranteed. Only 5c at 8. W. Row-
ley's. tf



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An Sprig Fertiliin is n6t Id al
Ideal means the highest excelence-a
combination of all good points.
Ideal Fei'tilise means a perfect
plant food.
Ideal FePtllixxifS means the cor-
rect use of this plant food.
Our free booklet entitled, Questions on
Spring Fertilizing, rings up important
questions on this subject and answers
them. Send for it.


WILSON I TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.


Jacksonville, Florida.


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FIRST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES

Of all Kinds, Orange Wraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
Cypress Field Boxe, Spruoe Pole Ladders, Btc.

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517-19-23 W. Bay St.
LONG DISTANCE


Jacksonville, Fla.
PHONE 188


TIE CLIPPER


There are three things that destroy
your lawns, Dandelions, luck Plan.
tain and Crab Grass. In one season
the Clipper will drive them all out.
Your dealer should have them-if he
has not drop us a line and we will
send circulars and prices.
CLIPPER LAWN MOWER CO.,
BOX 5, DIXON, ILL.

KATE I,. LUCAS
Millinery and Fancy 0ouds
Notions, Ladies', Misses and Chil-
dren's winter Underwear, also a com-
plete line of the well-advertised Onyx
Hosiery.
Ladies' Kid and Silk Gloves. Col.
lars, Belts, Handkerchiefs, etc.
Laces and Embroideries.
Holiday goods now coming In.
Do not fall to pay our store a visit
and inspect before making up your
list for Christmas. Prices right, sats.
faction guaranteed.


FRUIT TREES

SHADE TREES
AND
Ornamental Shrubbery
ALSO
Field Grown Rose Bushes
Before you place your order, write for
prices and one of our
)DESCRIPTIVI) CATALOGUES
TURKEY CREEK NURSERY,
Box -. Macclenny, Fla.
jhi is "ure Catarrh 'n this mr-
tion of the country than all otherr dlw
ar;oes put together, and until the last
rew years was supposed to be incur
.ble. For a great many years doc
tors pronounced It a local diseam
and prescribed local r.>medieH, and
by constantly falling to cure wita lo-
al treatment, pronounced it incur
4i lo. Science has proven catarr toLO
,e a constitutional disease and there-
ore r< quires constitutional treatment
market. It is takcn internally in
tl-All s ('atarrh ('Cure, manufactured
by F. .1. Cheney & 'o.. Toledo, Ohio,
,; the only constitutional cure on the
Io-; from Il drops to a teaspoonfitI
t acts directly on ilhe bluod and u111
ous surfaces of the syste'i. They
;)fftr one hundred dollars for any
-ase It fails to cure. ..nd for circu
,irs and testimnontals.
Address, F. J. CIllKNIY & CO, 'o0
!tedo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists., 75c.
Tak.* Hall's Fa mily llill for con.
'lpation. tf
Wife Got Tiptop Advice.
"My wife wanted nme to take our boy
to the doctor to cure an ugly boll,"
writes D. Frankel of Stroud, Okla. "1
Maid 'put Ilucklens Arnica Malve on
It.' She did so, and It cured the boll
In a short time." Q(utqket healer of
burns, scalds, cuts, corns, bruises,
spraluns, swellings. Iest pile cure o0
earth Try it.. Only 26e at M. W.
Rowley's. U I


HINTS WORTH
Useful Inftematien Tht MIa si
Housekeeper Bth Time
and Trouble.
To polish aluminum, make a mxture
of borax, ammonia and water. Appil
with a soft cloth.
Tiny ends of candles should be
kept to add to the starch on Wah
days. They will add to the gloss.
When next making roe puddl=
flavor with lemon and cinnamon. U
will be found exceedingly tasty.
To mend a torn umbrella, stick
black court plaster inside the tear.
This will show less than a dam and
will last for some time.
To remove grease from carpst
make a paste of fuller's earth and am-
monia. Spread over the marks and
leave till dry. Then sweep In the
ordinary way.
Always shrink a new braid before
sewing to a skirt, otherwise the bot-
tom of the skirt will become puok r)4
the first time of wearing In a show
1r of rain.
la making salads do not chop your
(meats and celery in a chopping bowl.
Cut into the desired size pieces.


MACHINE FOR BAKING CONES


Uses Gas as Fuel and
Ice Cream Holders
Time.


Bakes Nine
at One


Dealers In Ice cream cones filled
need not buy the cones from other
people if they get one of the ma-
chines invented by a Chicago man.
All they will have to do will be to
hitch the apparatus up to the gas
fixture and make the little receptacles
themselves, having first, of course,


Light and Easy to Move.


learned how to mix the batter. This
device consists of a baking Iron with
two flat-plate portions on arms
hinged at their other ends and sep,
arated by the action of a spring. On
the lower plate are pyramidal cups
and on the upper plate are pyramidal
projections not quite large enough to
till the cups. The whole baking Iron
rests on a base, with a gas burner on
the bottom. The apparatus, which is
light and easy to move about, is at,
tached to a gas fixture and the burn-
er lighted. A little batter is placed
In each of the nine cups and the up-
per plate of the Iron is closed down
and locked. This leaves the space be-
tween the pyramidal projections sad
the cup filled with batter, and when
this is baked to a crisp the plate 1i
o,,. I and the finished conem res
moved. a

To Use Left-Over Cereals.
Left-ov r cereals may be useful ti
either of two ways. Mixed with sene
chopped meat and seasoned well It IS
always tasty in croquettes. An eXeel
lent dessert may be made of the
cooked cereal, sweetened, e8amsed
with spice and then mixed with ehop
lped raisins. Then It should be Molde
ed Into cones and browned it the
oven. ikrve with sirup er tM"
cream.


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Bbokon patents. "Hints to inventors." 4Inventions eedA"
*"Why some inventors fall." Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formery;o
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge.l
m U. S. &atent Office.

GREELEY & ENTIRE
SPAIENTAOTNORNYS
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UUST AID OF CHURCHES
* ^P|We Weapa 3ro l to Bea"r In
the Pight Aainet Tuber.


1.. -, Jlt how sertods a problem tubercu-
S osiseto to the average church, and In
p ut what ways pastors are called up.
W e to minlater to those suffering from
tds d ease, Is the subject of an In-
W tgatlaon which the National Asqo-
cotln for the Study and Prevention
S t Tubereuloses is conducting In con-
aetteon with Its plans for Tubereulo-
sIA day on April 80. Statistics are
bedngS gathered from thousands of
minsters regarding this subject, and
among other figures the number of
deaths last year from tuberculosis in
the church congregation will be given.
It is planned to place these statistics,
together with other educational ma-
terial, In the hands of every minister
In the country for his use In connec-
tien with Tubereulosis day. Millions
of eirculars and pamphlets on the pre-
vention of tuberculosis will also be
Jisued, both from the national oMce
and from the headquarters of the 450
Santl-tuberculosis associations who will
cooperate in the movementL
A Corner In Candles.
SA an example of trusts and monop-
e les prevalent even in that early day
It may be mentioned that In 1750 one
Benjamin Crabb obtained the exclu-
sire right to make sperm candles in
S Massahusetta for 14 years.
A year later, however, a factory was
started In Providence, R. I., and with-
ln the decade thee were eight fac-
tories In New England and one in
Philadelphia. Their output greatly re-
Edued the price of candles, which not
long before sold for five shillings a
pound. In those days $1.265 was worth
fully three times as much as It is
sow.-From the Designer.

SEASY CHANGE
When Coffee Is Doing Harm.
A lady writes from the land of cot-
ton of the results of a four years' use
Sf the food beverage-hot Postum.
S'*Ber slao.I can remember we had
d oo three times a day. It had
S a more or less o iurlous effect upon
U sa ad I yelf suffered almost
S deth fkge ladiestoa and nervous-
sM earned by It
'1 kew It wR s that, because whoa'
SJ Wd ld Iave it off for a few days I
pi,. d fe better. But It was hard to
S le It up, evea though I realised how
:MIU It wai to m.
t I I ft -oudI a perfectly easy
1 -4 SaW the oebane. Four years
I sabdemed the coroe habit and
to drink Pstuam, and I also In-
t nt eo the ftmUly to do
ven U the Ohlldre are al-
is d K a i etr as they do
5A1d % hs das mes alt great


SW saur from Indigestion.
M arm In admirable tone
l to mse Potum. We
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Hang up a pincushion in the kitch-
en. One kept lean tis worth a doses
make cleans.
Apply a drop of oil to the door
hinge to keep them from ereakina.
A cork soaked in oU makes a good
substitute for a glass stopper.
Flower pot stains may be removed
trom window sills with fine wood
ashes.
Try a little baking soda and hot
water when cleaning kitchen utensils.
Rub Ivory knife handles that have
become yellow with age or use with
No. 00 handpaper or fine emery.
The most effectual remedy for
W and greasy drla pipe ts pop.
verso dissolved, sad left to *ork
aedumry throw the pipes
Kalves hold never be dipped nl
hot water, as It lesson the handles.
e btoamd s e laNsed OpriSt a
the watr Ie st swag*. which plai
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*OMU WAYS OP PRPAIMI OS.
LIOCIOUS V I'TABLL.


Nking i's Meet non e Porse of rvf*
S IMg But Pried or Swed They .
Are T-tht P.


erew re a few ways of psefrta
sweet petts that the bou-eWht
mnght one worth whr trvlmg:
BakedSwa et Pebteesm...@bhl mth
of iame s9se,9 won, autd sU
put them into oven, turn them oOe
whon htf done, bake slowly. let a
small basIn of water ove o while
bakt. 'Whto done serve tn lscheti
or pel and *Ue, put Alayer on botlp
tom of shallow baking dis, then *
few bits of butter, a little mugar,
slight seseolng of nutmeg or eamoS
men, another layer of potatoes "ad
e*aaonleg, and so on. Set In tih eve
until hot and serve.
To Pry *weet Petateeo-Peel and
slice large sweet potatoes about one.
quarter lnch thick. I usually *eUo
lengthwise. I use my heavy tron fry-
iag pan or skillet. Pry la hot lard,
turn, salt each piece slightly. Makes
a good breakfast or supper 4d&.
Stewed aweet Petateae-Peel aad
slice half-inch thick; stew with pork
chops or pleoeas of the tenderloin. Sea-
son with salt, pepper and a little
minced parsley. Take all up to'
gather when done.
Sweet Potato Croquettes.-Mlx two
cups of cold mashed sweet potatoes
with a tablespoons of butter, well-beat-
en ear, a UtUtle salt aud pepper. Make
Into small cakes or egg-shaped balls,
dip In yolk of one egg well-beate, or
use all the est. Roll in cracker
crumbs and fry In half lard and but.
toer. I do not use any butter to fry
them in, as it is too expensive.
Sweet potatoes do not require as
much salt as Irish potatoes. Sweet
pottoe are fne pooled and rooted
or bkeod In dripping pan along with
your roast Baste them with juice
and grav:, same as meat, or roast
them under met.


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THE 80MERS-HART ORANGE CLIPPER.
By making a very large contact, we are able this year to reduce the
price of the Somers-Hart Orange C lIper from $1.25 to 85c each, post.
paid, and from $12 to $8.50 per doz en. The Clipper lhie year is an Im-
provement over last year, as it is urnished with a bolt to take up the
nut so that the wear of the cisasors can be taken up. These clip-
pers have be adopted by the Cit rue Exchanges all over the State,
and we are living orders from C alifornia and Porto Rico. It is claim-
ed to be best orange clipped on the market. Send for a trial pair
at 86c po paid, or one dozen for $8.50.
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., -- -- Jacksonville, Florida.


1.. J. P. BISHOP,
President.


JQHN NS..TWKE
Treas urer.


SeCAIDMAry


L. J. P. Bishop Co.



COMMIWSIONr MERCHANT
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BURDENS LIFTD FROM BAD


Weary is the back that bears the burden of kidney ills. There's no rest or peace
woman who has a bad back. The distress begins in early morning. You feel lame a
It's hard to get out of bed. It hurts to stoop to tie your shoes. Al day the ache keeps
movement sends sharp twinges through the back. It is torture to stoop and straighten.
ferer retires to toss and twist and grown. Backache is kidney ache---a throbbing, dull g
neys. Plasters or liniments won t do. You must get at the cause, inside.


BACKS


e for the man or
nd not refreshed.
up. Any sudden
At night the suf-
aching in the kid-


DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE


SICK


KIDNEYS


How To Tell When The Kid-
neys Are Disordered--

Painful Symptows: Backache, sideache, pains
when stooping or lifting, sudden sharp twin-
ges, rheumatic pains, neuralgia, painful,
scanty or too frequent urination, dizzy spells,
dropsy.
Urinary Symptoms: Discolored or cloudy
urine. Urine that contains sediment. Urine
that stains the linen. Painful passages. Blood
or shreds in the urine. Let a bottle of the
morning urine stand for 24 hours. If it shows
a cloudy or fleecy settling, or a layer of fine
grains, like brick dust, the kidneys are proba-
bly disordered.

A TRIAL FREE. m"y M
Cut oat this coupon, mail it to Foaster-Milbumn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A free trial package of
Dean's Kidney Pills will be mailed yon u
promptly. T.U |


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DOAN'S
Sold ly all dealers., Price So


KIDNEY PILLS
cjts. FosTER-HMILURN Co. Buffalo. N.Y., Proprietors, ,I,,",a,
C %,a,. '. $ lus ia I mw


VagaHries f Finance.
"I understand you have paid the
mortgage off your place."
"Yep," replied Farmer Cortossel.
"Then why do you complain of hard
tims.r'
"All the neighbors have done the
same thing. That leaves me with
money on my hands that nobody
wants to borrow."

Diphtheria Qulasy and Tonsilitis begin
with eso throat. How much better to
cae a sore throat in a day or two than to
be ia led for weeks with Diphtheria.
Just keep Hamlins Wisard Oil in the

The maly= man makes altogether
the beat womas's man.


PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
A&-, &-e 1 eN bgw ,, as t gIIme1.ee


A Robber.
"Were you ever confronted by a
robber?"
"Sure."
"And did you play the part of a
hero?"
"No, indeed; you can't throttle a
gas meter."
Mrs. Wlialow's Soothingl Srup for Children
teethng, softens the cums, rodaee lansmanaM.
ton, Jala&y psan. oues wind cos e a bottle.
There is no normal health without
human helpfulness.


UTUEI UAT'SUWET
Relieve Feverishnws. Cousti pa
tion.Colds and correct disorders of
the utomeb and bowels. Vud by
Wmei.let flir,. Ata.11Drug-
aft23e ample a~iled PR 1B.
A, 6 IMIO.s LI N..ILVe

Pelsy
OUT


OLD SOLDIERS
and Ex-Spanish War Soldiers or thels
widows, you are entitled to s6o acres ad
Government land in Colorado or other
Western States for your services in the
war. Filngs can be made by Power d4
Attorney. Write today.
A. W. esIFFm, Land Lester. WIalehi. sMa
vf MsEN"d With a
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SCREAMED WITH PAIN.

11" rsF. M. Carnrike, 130 Alien St.,
oheter, N. Y., says: "My kidneys
and bladder were in terrible condition.
The pain when pass-
ing the kidney se-
cretions was so
great as to make
me scream. I was
treated by a physi-
cian without relief
,B p and for months I
was laid up and did
not walk a step. At
last I began using
1 Doan's Kidney Pills
and all my troubles disappeared. I was
so much improvedd my friends could
hardly believe it."


PHYSICIANS GAVE UP HOPE.
Edward Gelemn, 82 Wallace St..
Bridgeport, Conn., says: "So pain-
ful were the kidney secretions that
neighbors heard meo
scream bloc ks
away. I was in dif-
ferent hospitals and
had two operations
but was finally
taken home to die.
As a last resort
I began taking
Doan's Kidney
SPills and gained in
weight from 134 to 177% pounds.
Dean's Kidney Pills restored me to
perfect health."


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one-gallon bottle 100 proof Whikey


$2.60.


2 gallons $4.50


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FRUITS AND VEGETABLES


Our sood location, long experiface and large-outlet enables us to suar.
antee you the mqst satisfactory service In every respect
eL4 CoheM


117 WEST AVENUf DR. A STREET,


BROOKLYN, N. Y.


S A aolutdly pure, 100 proof whiskey Just a It comes from the a
I glass ta gs with handles, $2.60 per gallon, or $4.60 for two galUom,
S elpne prepaid to any oSlice Southern Express Co. My whslkey Is
phra, whdolAeme and mellow ; every drop is real whiskey with the rifht
m tor to It. You CAN'T get a better whiskey at any price. It is
mlght 100 proof, guaranteed under the National Pureo.F@bd Law. It is
highly rcoznomended for medicinal purposes on account of Its purity
ad fNll strength.
OW CONTINENTAL RYE-10 years old .... .... ... ,6.00 per Galloe
EXPRESS PAID ON ALL SHIPMENTS.


TOM COOPER'S LAUREL VALLEY, Old Corn Whiskey, $1.10
gallon; two gallons $5.75. Best 01 d Corn Whiskey made. Price
free. TAKS YOUR CHOICE of either above offers and address


J. 0. COOPER, 438 E. Bay Stv


lst


JACKSONVILLE, PA


Suoaesaor to J. H. Woolley.


*HIP US


Oranges, Grapo Fruit, Tangerines,
VEGETABLES IN SEASON

eoo. B. Long & Co.
10 MICHIGAN STREET -------.--- BUFFALO, N. Y.
I RIFERENCES:
COLUMBIA NAT. BANK OF UPFFALO
*AN MATRO ITEM.


,WONDERLA ND


THEATRE


I When in Palatka don't Fail to visit the Wonderland
Theatre. The MOVING PIOTURE SHOW of quality.
Entire change of programme eaoh night.


Admission ioc.


Children 5c.


F. A. GERBER & SON,
DEALERS IN

Firftilre and HoIselornishini Goods
k. 4 1TOCK LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE THAN EVER. COME
IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
OURK NEW STORE, 806 LEMON STREET, PHONE NO. M.
JUST IN, C. L. HEATERS AND COOK STOVES.
*LANKKTS, BEDDING OP ALL DESCRIPTION, CARPETS, RUGS,
SATTINO. 1
We arry the most Complete Line n the City. Come and
m it. Price to suit the times.


OAYRE


J. LORENZO JOHNSON. W. i. SPRUANCE, JR.


C. G. JUSTICE CO.
ESTABLISHED 1871.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
jr its and Vegetables
iw|,6rNATIONAL LASUE OF COMMISSION MER.


PHILADELPHIA, PA.


F 1H UNITED STATES.
. 0 NSINMENT4 SOLICITED.'


--We Want Oar Lots or Less of--
ORANGES AND GRAPE FRUIT
Largest oar lt handlers In Chiocago. Members National League of
Commialens Merahanta, the beet re commendation a house oan have.
Write our Bank, National Produce Bank of Chicago, about us. Ask any
fruit trade paper about us. Your Interests are ours. Get In touch with
t4wo, live people.
M. OEORCE & COMPANY
NO. O0. WATER ST., CHICAGO, ILL
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A.E.
Par 98a
Park Ptace


EY YORK


Remember the NameWhen Shipping


Fruits


and


Vegetables


I Ship Your Fruits and Vegetables to


York & Whitney Co.,


BOSTON,
MASS.


Florida Oranges and Grapefruit a Specialty


ACCOUNT SALES RENDERED DAILY
Established 1881, 30 years experience and best location in
erences: Fourth National Bank, Boston, and Mercantile
Write us tfor stencils or quotations. Members National
Oommission Merchants of the United States. -


Boston. Ref-
Agenoles.
LeaMue of


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Five Years Ago
We Began, in our modest wa, to manufacture fertilizers in compeU*
tlon with manufacturers established for years.
Today our goods-FAVORITE BRANDS-are recognized everywhere
as the BEST.


THMRE IS A RBEAON.
LET US SHOW YOU.


INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY


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and


Schloss.


Look the world over-you cannot beat this combina-
tion. The firms'above named stand for years of "Know-


ing How" to make clothe' for Men, and


mastered their art.


well have


they


All there is in clothing that will im-


F':


Lv.. Imu BAST PAI.ATKA TO
Palash; PAI.ATIA
SM M ... 4o. 102 D ily ....
6 la.. is...'u 1D ily
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I im .. .II1 tD alil ...
4 l M ......... N. Ill aily....
11 gW, 1. Il sDaily


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Palaslk


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4 35pwi
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PALATKAPaeh
No. 11 aly ..Iv ..... 0 AM
No. 103 Daily.......... T1IM
No. 9105 Daily .....1$00M
40o.197 Daily...... .. USWa
40. let Daly aIm
40. 111 Paiti 314M
't.-N. 113Daily 04p"
No.11 lsI sily ..... a0ps
No. 117IDaily ---1$406"
'.4. I111IDaily ..........1I WWM


prove the appearance and still leave comfort to the wearer


has been found


by them.


for one season and then drop it.


They don't make a style


They study it year after


year until they know what man-kind wants.
vast difference between


There is a


HAND-MADE

CLOTHING


and the ordinary kind.


Notice


the


wearer.


SAN MATh() BRANCH
Lv AST PAL.ATKA TO A M.1 ISI AD O AS
SAN MATEO PAL.ATKA
Palataeb1SA ATi -_ lae aldcoPaltkai
IW 4 _.163 fhail, 1 7 4&V17 45& lNo. 04Di~lylii141110Sb
...... No III Daily ... It-".2.No .I10Dalymit1 low
No. 55 N4p, 33 NO.511 HYO RNhNo..50 No 62 No.
Dtaitslm aiy A OU1 RACH* i Sn aly
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6 SOM 144*10 SAAM ..Pablo Beach ........ ..........703&uM 1231Pm A0We
6 67-M 1367p*10324H AtlanticOReach...........6 8 &V 13 33pe 441P
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4 U29; It1004A ".. Lake Helen lv j12 54-M,04905' 72t7#AM .ier,' City I.V 11 36o
A 10PMl11 11AM1 (Orma~grCily ~12 490M5 5030V iSIlAM Ew,,e~rzrisa, **10 6WA
4 45V '11130AMAr. Ornate City Jrc It 1 35M 1 4 655IM' 9040 AMA Sanford 108 a"
Conacis~io`-& m-_d..SHat i.. w wgb IP & 0 ~ S Cu. for Nassau. Bahame leloods,
Ceausactioos wide at Knight% Kew with P A 0. S. 4.Co for Raw West. Fla. eadl Halver ('be..-
I'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~I ii..TISFSthhi Sea imsule nn mal bit .spected to arrive asoand depart fromn$be several
sealsoo,, but their arrival rmp Sapaseisr aeb.me te imsstated ato so#uereVtoed set is This Compsasy to helWd aesposeeblo for
68V deley or say consequences aessinA chorelrom.
P03R COPY OP T11111 mLOCriml. IttI AMOok UQtimaINFORMATION 'SHP I lIP TICIHT AGEN?
I U. k 4H N k. (;eocral Paasenjar A grat. ST AUGU411N1I. ILOIDA


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
what they are-won't you let us show you?


we know


AUTOMOBILE TIRE COST REDUOEb
By Using
WOODWORTH TREADS; Punctures and Skidding Prevented
i i


REME MBER


We sell the Only Guaranteed Patent

Leather Shoe Sold in Putnam


County.


Also Agents for the Celebrated


Hanan & W. L. Douglas Shoes


UNION MADE OVERALLS AND


WORK SHIRTS.


LBATHBR GOODS, TRUNKS,
BAGS AND WICKER SUIT CASES


e


4ALAUCA. FLORIDA.


Woodworth Treads are tire protec-
tons 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 possibll-
Ity of wrinklln4 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 tires In any
way.
They are studdled on the middle
with thick head rivets that give long
wear and prevent slipping or skid.
ding, on the sides are fat head riv.
ets to protect against wear In ruts. '
The leather used is treated by a
process that ills the pores with a
rubberlike miller preventing moisture
or dirt from hardening or rotting It
They amr practically puncture proof
aqd they save the Uires from all road
wear. Good tres used continually
with Weeoodworth Treads sad kept,


properly Inflated last from tweatY
five thousand to fifty thousand mllm.
The Treads average from three thee
sand to five thousand miles of service
and sometimes on light cars ae high
as eight thousand to ten thousand
miles.
They fit all wnakes of tires. Amp
one can easily put them on. A tf
giving full InstrucUons is seat witM
every tread.
Prices:
18 Z .. .. .. .. .o10.0
80 Z 8 .. .. .. .. .. 11.115
301 8 1-2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15*.t
833 4 .. .. s. .. ** a.. .. 19.
34 4 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0
38 x 4 1- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4.
Other sizes In proportion.
Send for catlog and full partlalu
Shipped express prepaid da u
anted satisfactory.
LEATHEBR ~ GOODS OOWAT.
Manufaottrw4
Niagara alols, N. T.
sl by lrea ls SM teom


Pr C .i.n s',G1sl


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Florida East Coast Raiway
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 89. IN NFIFUCT JANVUARYDo.1011

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"Now, that was a wrecking crew
Worth while-It was the worst smash-
up I ever saw, and in 20 minutes they
, dida't leave a sign of It."
"Wrecking crew, you Idiot! They
were souvenir hunters."

BLAME PHYSICIANS FOR
GROWTH OF DOPE HABIT


Drglts Say Prescriptions and
Patent Medicines the
Cause.


Not


New York.-Blame for the prev-
alence and growth of the morphine
habit was placed on the shoulders of
physicians, who prescribed the drug,
at a meeting of druggists here to-
night to protest against the recently
enacted city ordinance prohibiting the
sale at retail of any preparation con-
taining morphine or its salts except
upon a doctor's prescription.
The ordinance is aimed primarily
at paregoric and at stomach remedies,
s according to members of the board of
health who were instrumental In ob-'
taining Its passage. Caswell Mayo,
one of the druggists, said he had
made a canvass by mail of several
sanitariums and the replies convinced
him 90 per cent. of the victims of
drugs formed the habit as a result of
taking prescriptions given by physl-
clanaand only 8 per cent. from using
proprietary medicines.
Crutches or Biers.
Richard Croker, at a dinner in New
York, expressed a distrust for aero-
planes.
"There's nothing underneath them,"
be said. "If the least thing goes
wrong, down they drop."
"I said to a Londoner the other
day:
'How Is your son getting on since
he bought a flying machinery'
"'On crutches, like the rest- of
them,' the I~ndoner replied."

Important to Mothero
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy tor
Infants and children, and see that it
Bears the A^
1aotue of
In Use r Over 80 Years.
The Klad Tom Have Always Bought.
Any New Methodef
"Anla't It strange, .th' way Kelly beats
ieo wife?'
0" dunno. How does he do it?"
go Balm


j their be kissed by an enemy
Jiye ~by a friend who enjoyed


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dUOT NOW THM IOLL SUsNM TO
as IN VOuIL

Triangle and Narrow Obleng Alee
Are Mush Pevored-Nloe Otserlml
nation Called fer on Part of
the HettOes

The modern sandwich Is smaB ma
shapely. The favorite form ust ow
Is round, thoOgh triagles a Bar-
sow oblko aro also good. A rather
Sove form is the roL The this sUoo
1 spread as or a samdwtch, thee to.
4d In on itelf until about the th*t-
mss of two aers Sharp bmt"elt
utters are used for round shap afta
it the siloes of bread are put togiher
with the filing.
Too great care scanmt be oaken I
d Lshaplg as sandwioh of uneven also
are not appetizing am reaoet upo*
the social knowledge of the ostes.
If made several ours before thy
ar used, sandwiches a paked olose
ly together and wrapped in a Itaea
cloth wrung from ieoo water, en in
a dry cloth.
Pass on silver sandwich plates, with
lace dolly underneath, or neatly heap.
ed on a Sat chia or glass plate cov-
ered with a dolly. Where many sand*
wishes are served a small chop plate
Is often utilized. Where there Is a
mufin stand the sandwich plate is set
on one of the shelves, with a plate of
crackers End a basket of small cakes
em the other two.
Sandwich fllngs are of three or-
dora-meat, in which Is Included fish
and egg sandwiches; cheese mixtures,
and sweet sandwiches.
There are also various greens,
though lettuce Is so much used with
all forms that It can scarcely be
classed by Itself. In this class may
be put celery or endive run through
a fin meat chopper and mixed with
ayonnanse; cress and nasturtium
teadrls and pods mixed with Yreone
reastng d parsley chopped fne and
Miued With shredded peppers or,
shredded onion.
Ior tea purposes decided onion mix.
tares are better ocitted, though finely
chopped white onion is relished with
epes and anchovy fillings.
Tor ordinary purposes cold meat or
poultry run through a fine chopper and
mixed to a paste, with rich cream and
seasoning of salt and paprika, are do-
lieous and not so rich as the mayo.*
nales fillings. Chicken and tongue
mized in equal parts are a pleasing
novelty; so is shredded bacon and
ground chicken, with -strips of pimes.
to.
Mot of the moat sad fsh salad left.
oves ean be used as sandwich filling.
Rot lobster Newburg makes a dell-
soir saNawich; so does creamed crab
with red peppers, and fely chopped
shrimps with capersumasked In mayon.
Sals"
Owesa or rod poppers chopped fine
sad miaxd with mayonnaise make a
favorite filling, the latter being espe,
idelutotl.


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mes wmsb3

if MAKES WEK WOSIwefW

OwppOawol


Coffee Cuotrd Wias Eggs.
Make a strong cep of coffee, or
that left from breakfast will do;
train thrag ch-eiloth into a plat
of milk; put milk lateo double boiler
with oe-ha cup sugar, three table
S oor nrstarch dissolved in cold
u pmsah of ait and small piece of
butter; cook alaaiutes. Remove
from Ar flavor with vanilla and pour
late mole: chill and serve with
whipped omrea. Denltoup-Just Uk
me ess. CoMas or ehooolte
a be ue In ploa eof s o s.

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KURTZ & CO.


MONCRIEF PARK


43 and 45 E .htoent St.


1804 PEw St


j4K8KONVILLB1 R,.

AusP~oes
-i vum&EW m LiWTU.RE


-CONTIrm G 100 o MORB DAYS--


Pr ating the Highest Class Horm and Best
Jockeys on the American Turf.


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T. V. Cahen, Preideat,
H. D. Brown, Vi.. Presdent V& Oenerl Maaer,
F. J. Pons, e taty-Treasurer.


PITTSBURO, PA.


ORANGES,


GRAPEFRUIT,


PINEAPPEES


KINZ, MARSH & PENDLETON


170 READ STREET,


SHIP Us
Oranges, Crapefruit
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM SHIPPERS IN PUTNAM
COU NTY.


T


F. PARK CO.
REFERENCE-THE PACKER.


344 Washington St.


NEW YORK.


W


. KURTZ


CO.


35 WET TREET ..--------- ---- NEW YORK.
Freight rates from Florida west are nearly double those east frMa
California. We have been endeavoring for some time through tp Is.
terstate Commerce Commission to have Florida rates reduced and hope
to succeed. Patronize those who patronize you and ship to as because
we are working for all Florida shippers' interests. No other reoelver
has offered us their assistance and we are working for your Interest
Our reputation is for quick returns and satisfactory results.


FLORIDA


Smith's Home-Made Candy-All Illds
Chocolate Bon-Bons, Kisses,
SUTTEROUPS, TAPPY AND MI)CTUREM


ORANGES


CRAPE FRUIT and

PINEAPPLES


Ice


Cuma


,RUITS, NUTS,


MPfr.


Hot and Col Drinks
8 U~ltB ,


COlARS, TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO CARRY FULL UNI
,OF HUYLER'S CANDIES.


L.A. SMITH,


Palatka,Pla.


WILLIAM TUw.nAGE


HARDWARE


Stoves Tinware, Orockery, Doors, Sash
and Blinda, Paints, Oils, Etqo.


U-wl


PhmIS


frcolators, Carvers I Food C


111 Tlahman Bullding, Lenon St.
PALATKA, v A.


Rear.enc.s Irving National Bank, The Packer, Fruit Trade Journal.
MeroastIle Agencies and any responsible house in the United States.
a-
ESTABLISHED 1867.

PHILLIPS L SONS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Members of National League of Comm ssion Merchants of the United Statee
Florida Fruits and Produce
OUR SPECIALTY.
IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS.
RIPERENCIS: Chatham National Bank, N. Y.; Aetna National Bank, N.
Y.; Fidelity Trust Co, N. Y., and Commercial Agencies.
277 WASHINGTON STREET,. . . . . . NEW YORK.
EDWARD L. FROST & CO, Hadquarters for Fancy Frdts.
ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES, PINEAPPLKE, KTC., AL'JO
EARLY VEGETABLES IN SEASON
1318 EAST CARY STREET. RICHMOND, VA.
BONDED COMMISSION MERCHANTS BY THE PRODUCE REPORT.
9ERS CO., ALSO REFER YOU TO THIS PAPER.
Bms YOU A SUUiSRINS9


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On ORANGES, RAPE FRUIT,
PINEAPPLES or VEGETABLES


NEW YORK


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A suivesthat J. .R
I t 1,.21,n o tax
n e s 4ol date ari tay of
SUW hf aDss ma traow
SIS.m b ys od sMl fnd
Bgli sfor tax d
With law.

Ptawt n Msty, Hforlds, to-
>tf Mth t quarter oft
a t section 38, town.
0Me Mao 84 e-at--0 scrMe.
I!Bil "ol &t NW at theu
-of eh fractional
t the asm a of Westeran
sa id tractional certificate
to srdoemed asoording to law,
deM 4d wlU Iase thereon on the
d*y ot January, A. D. 1911.
Wlay official signature and
fa Owt day of DecemOber, 1910:
I. RY HU'TACHINSON.
i (Bal.) Clork Circuit Court,
Putaman county, Florida,
AWL Rutchlmson, Jr., D. C. 324
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OSe OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DIED.
9lM t i 8 eof Chapter 4!,M
Lawe of FloridS.

I e given that J. P.
at of tax owticat
ft ii JlW, Arl-
"d ewrtleate In a my
M ae application for'
...t.. -- -t embraces the fol.

h atW., lorlda, town:
p hal of a mrthst quarter, seo-
i, teaship 13 south,. range 27
4M4w lead balag alssed at the
9* thO Isuaace of such certlf.
I the ame of J. H. Payno.
SU K sid owrtlflcate shal be ro.
OiMd aeoo"rdlag to law, tax deed
I ei themon osa the 34th day or
Pooer, A. D. 1911.
SmUm my Vfftlal sfitr and
SI "4th day of December, 1910.
HnmRBT HUTCINON.,
(laL) Cli* Circuit Court.
Putnam County, lorida.
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Attoraey At Law,
PALATKA, FLA.

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AT LAW,


PALATKA, FLA.


Frent St.


Palatka Nat. Bank Bldg.


M. 1. COXE,
Attorney At Law,
OoIe ma Court House, Palatka, Fla.


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Attorney-at-Law.
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* W. W. MARMADUK .
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SCoommlsmlov Fruits and Vog- *
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Our m minia U ,l eldds
Sand aeulttrMalM seoo. Write
S e what you hav. Have
Smart for car lots or es.


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FANCY FRUIT DIALIERS,
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If ye want top prices tr your or.
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Woe have just finished gosg through ea lreti tok and have placed
a educd prise on every article In our store. It our p*ley never to
arry over from Ens sae to another, and to aooomplish t purpose
In the shortest possible time we have marked new, lean, easonWale
mOedandle at bush attreetive prfi6a that you will be tmpted to make
your purchase* for months to some.
We *eave.doeldod todiminish our atock to the lowest poesble obb and
have madoe eh big r fle on these fine goods that you'll marvel at
the wonderful barglaln Profit have boon entirely forgotten and the
ost Is not oonsidred. Don't let anything keep you away from this sale
or you'll surely regret it. We have bargains of every kind for every one
andwant you to come and seure your share.
Reemmber this sale commonous January 13th, and continues to Janu.
ary 30th, but come early, as some lioea are limited. We have enumor-
atod some of the i rgains on this shoot, but you will find hundreds
even more startling in our store. Come early, come often. It will pay
you to come from any distance.
iHEETS; BED SPREADS, TOWELS, BIG REDUCTION ON ALL LADIES'
ETC. SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS.
Hero Is where you can readily s..
At prices less than factory cost of cure a saving of about 50 per cent.
tody. We've decided to sell every Cloak,
y' Skirt, Dress and Suit in the house,
A regular Huck Towel, size 18 and have marked them at prices that
by 30 inches, this sale .... .. S6 will Insure quick selling. Theo gar-
18 by U Huck Towels, a regu- months represent all thp newest and
lar 1-eenter, at .... ........ 10o most up-to-dato styles, and you'll find
Larks Turkish Towels, 16o val. It to your advantage to come early
us, at .... .... .... ...k .. Mo and make your selection.
Good quality bleached 72 by 90 10-00 Suits and Drees* $S .9s
Shots, at .... .... ........ 42e $1.0 Suite and Dresses .... 8.9S
81 by 90 Mtra heavy Linen 4$1L00 Suite and Dresses .... 9.98
Sheot, big value at 7Io; this $20.00 Suite and Dresses .... 12.0S
sale .... .... .... .... .... 7* 7 $2 0 Children's Coats .... .. .1.69
42 by 38 good Pillow Cases at 10o $5600 Mises' and Children's
Worth more at the mill. Coat" .... .. .... .... .. .48
$7.50 Ladiea' and MImss' Coats 4.69
STAPLE WASH GOODS. 0400 and $10.00 Ladles' and
Misses Coats .....$4.99 and 5.98
Under the manufacturer' price of to $12.50 and $15.00 Ladies' and
day. A great saving in goods that Misses' Coats .... .... .... 9.99
you need every day in the year. By $3.00 Skirts .... .... .... .... 2.39
all means don't miss these. $8.50 Skirts ....... .... .... .... 2.79
$4.00 Skirtsr . . . . . . .... 2.
All faney Callooes .... ...... So 96.00 Skirts ......... .... .96
A good Apron Cheok Gingham 4 1-20o 640 and $7.00 Skirts .... .... 4.98
kAmeakag Apron Checks .... 7o 97j0 abd 90 Skirts ........ 6.90
Fanoy Dreoss inghamm, linen 9.00 and $10.00 Skirts .... .. 6.96
finish, best 10o grade o. .... So $700 Mohair Rain Coats .... 4.98


A. F. C, ROed Gal and other
fine Dress Wlgham4, 1IS val-
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BUY DRESS GOODS NOW WHILE
e IT IS CHEAP.
We offer n this sale thousands of
yards of beIutiful Drm Goods, all
S w weaves and finest patterns
are marked at unusually low prices
to Imure qulok selling. We are do.
tamined, to make a elean sweep of

So and 0o values go at ...... 9ea
3o% value at .... .... .... .. Soe
9os value, grot let to let
*a40, M .... ...o .... .... 801
"s vlu s at .... .... .... .. 400
$140 values, his is d r biggest
l0t, all the now woves as d
Ofo go9, at .... .... .... So
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sUS vlum a .... ........ ,1.19
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DON'T OVERLOOK OUR BARGAINS
IN FINE SHOES.
We made preparation to do a troi
mondous Shoe buelneso, and we can
promise you the biggest Shoe bar
gains you ever had the opportunity
of purchasing. Dn't lsetthe sawriloe
prios give you the wrong Impression
of those offerings, as we carry only
the finet Shoes, In all the eerrest
apylos, for women and children. 8v
ry pair of Sheos In the h u-e ha.
bden erdueed. Patentso Tme, Veli
,yet, ste.; this season's styles.
"4.90 valo .... .... .. ..... 8..9.
94X valum .... .... .... .... 9.
$40 values ...... .... .......
,PS values .... ... ..... & .
lg redustl en on odd lot; god n
Shof, but broken slas; many at halE
Wemen's 91.90 hoee .... .... 1.1
W1a0 $179 SAhem .... .... 1.;
Be*y aid girls not forgotten, but
In M at M big reduetlena. eon mls


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