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Title: The San Mateo item
Alternate Title: Item
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John A. Crosby
Place of Publication: San Mateo City Putnam County Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- San Mateo
Coordinates: 29.6 x -81.583333 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: F.A. Bailey, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 15 (Feb. 16, 1895).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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$ *Allen Holton has oen cinfltned to
the house tla week with Gastric
fever. '

r Shad are running well now aind
Mr. Paulson has had some fine
speclmeps In his nets this week.

A dance at the schoolhouse last
S night p a small but as usual a
I pa| afizr and well enjoyed by
thoee present. .

Mrs. L. T: .Trull ahd Bailey left
" Tuesday for their home In Lowell
after a prolonged visit with L.. B.
S Bailey and family.


m ,u.a j't hi ftd, Lake, N. Y., w"a
Sova last Saturday for a brete vias-
141to C. 0. Stockwell.

TheThomas property, opposite the
i ity hall in Palatka bas-been select.
e by the Federal authorities for the
alte of tei new post olice building.


Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knight, of Os.
wogo, are the guests of their daugh-
ter, Mrs. H. L. Eldsworth, expecting
toasisnl and return North with
th Ullswortbs on the i0sOb.


S J. Ht bora m JAL Walton, H. R.
SMenyday and J. W. Darsey will go
by asto., Wednesday to Galnesville
S&sastead the annual convention of
we Ralebte of Pytbhls Orand
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Palata hseA a Solallslt candidate
for Mayor In the coming municipal
election. alsa two Alderman of the
same political persuasion. These
folks evidently are not pleased with
the way things have been going and
want to try It their way.

Party at the Idlewlld.
The guests at the Hotel Idlewild
gave a party to the residents of the
town Wednesday evening which was
a very delightful affair and one of
the inot widely attended of the sea-
son.
Bridge whist and five-hundred
were the games it evidence ini the
parlor and the prizes of beautiful
Nutting prince for the ladies and
candy for the gentlemen were taken
by 8. W. Rowley and Miss Mary
Rowley ia five-hundred and J. A.
Crosby and Mrs. C. H. Seaman in
bridge* -
O w game were played ln the'
dnntag aud smQoking rooms provid-
ing amusment and trying the art and
memory of all. Punch was served
throughout the evening and refresh-
meonte of foe cream and cake thor-
oughly enjoyed by those present.
A delightful chicken dinner was
tendered the Cornell-Pitcher-Hills
oufit Wednesday evening at pvhich
all the young people of the town
were present. Covers were laid for
a dozeu and a half. Everything
good was served in a profuelon that
died time, appetite and Dr. Fletch-
er alike, and after games, singing
and more refreshments the party
broke up at a late hour.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
TAX DBED.
Vader See. 8 of Obhpter 4M. Laws of Ferlds.
Notice la hereby given that J. 0.
M oy puOa 6r of Tax Ciertificte
o. datod the 6th day of Apil ,
.td 'Tax CertIfletio 0


NOTICE OF APPLICATIOiN 6R
TAX DEED.
Un'er See. N of Chapter 4W1t. Laws of Poild ,
Notice Is hereby given that J. 1.
Gaanns. lurchaher of Tax ,CUfidsate
No. 720. dated 6th day of July, A.
D. 1891 hai filed said certificate iu my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance With
law. Said certificate eurbraoes the
following described property situat-
ed in Putnam County, Florida,
to-wit:
Ne, of ilw3. Section ITTolealhtip
12, S. Range? E7-40 Aere.. l
The said lanQ being assumed at.
the date of Issuanee f suheb eert I
feate In ttle name of UnknownTo. 4
Unless said eerifloate shalf be il
deemed recording to law, tax d
will itmue thereon on the 0lth day
March, A. D., 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 18th day of Fbr r
l.lln. ny
HuMaY HuTromwmer_
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Putnam County, Florl.
By Henry Hutchinson, Jr. ,
No. 88L.


Sectlbn 89, all hi Tovnabip Sa
anige If B.-84S eli
ihe said land bed te
Ad4 Iso loV f-ce
niiotlnk known, PEla n .I
and Wi. ReIOler, respectively
SUnless aid Certifiate anld rac-
tionba CertificOate *hail be redeemed
according to law, Tax Ieed will 16-
eue thereon on the 6th day of March
A. D., 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 4th day of February, 1911.
HjNBRY HUTCHINSON.
Clark Circuit Codft,
(Seal) Puttmin County, Fla.
By Henry BHatchinaei, Jr. D. C.


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ilAl OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DIED.
tsaier tsee. e$ spear 4M, Laws of lorida.
o*t0, is boeby given that L. L.
fi0tl, purehasimr of Tax Certlf-
S8 dated the 4th day of
Nm lbear. A, D, 1M, baa filed ald
ertwlete iD inMy flo. *ad has made


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION ik
TAX DEED.
Under See 8 of Chb: er 41m. Laws of ri
Notice it hereby given tat Wt 8.
Sihermnai purchaser of Tax
cate No. bJ7, dated 8rd day
A. D., 1899, has filed said
in my office and has made l
tion for tax deed to issue in
anne with law. alid certificate em-
braces the following described 4op
erty situated In Putnam eObit,
Florida, to-wit:
Pt. nwY of soY of nwj of Section
28, Towinlhip 10, 8. Range 5S E.--.
acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the lasuance of sueh oertifl-
oate in the name of Andersoo
Nicord.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 6th day of
March. A. D., 1911.
Witposs my ofcelal aingnaturiamd
seal this 4th day of Februasy, '191.
HNMY HUTOMIIX5W,
[Seal.] 4lerk (Clroi Court,
I Putuamm Count V .lorida.
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SiltM i '8, Section 96, .Townshlp
!, Baie B .-8 acres.
b taldlatd being amseseed at
tme date of the slaoanee of sucb eer-
tlfaate in the name Hart Monroe.
TlVless said oertifieate shall be re-
ndeemed according to law tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 18th day of
March, A. D., 1#11.
Witness my loffal signature and
pealihis the 11th day of February,
H' HIY HUTrozINSo,
Clerk Circui VoulAt,
SPutuam Coun ,_ !orda,
By H Hutohlson, Jr. D.. No.88O


0aa Mateo, Florida.
Ii 0rlO I0,illl.
Tbhe Annual loeloon of Town Of-
flers for the Towu oftBan Mateo ,
ly, PFlorida, will be bold at the
Depot, TuesdAy, Apr AR the 4t, 1911,
tor the pur e of eoetang:
A Mayor,
A Oler and 'Tmaurer.
l Town Oduncil.
Pt re opon at
it '. _.7 J.N. ]OWLEY,
lto W. rMayor.


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S mer Opening of Hats asd
Millinery NesUies on Thurs-.
dy da4y lnd Friday, MArch 9th
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yawsed at the breakfat table last
S today morning and ventured a polite
proposition to her mother.
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the eIps ta a anM of water to bake.
ome lek a dash of eoamm toI
Another relel for prone whip ft
which the baking te omitted ts ee
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TOake Oe plat of stewed prunesa,
o4Mt lpint of thick oeam .
white of alx g, fad raspberry or
kleaberry Jey. After thoroughly
dralalnng the prunes, pit theqp and
rub them through a elander; avoid
rubbing the skin thrqouh as much
a poeible. Beat the white of the
eOW to a sti froth, then by do.
Sce beat these Into sitted prunes.
If not sweet enough to suit the taste,
add a tea-powopt of sugar.
The delicacy of this dish depends
largely upon the thoroughness with
whtch the ingredients are beaten to-
gether. When well beaten together,
pour Into a glass dish. Whip the
cream and spread evenly over the
top of the pudding, then fleck the
whipped cream with bits of the Jelly.
Serve with cream, or,. If preferred.
with a cuOtard made from the yolks of
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tWr t room the other '-4oee 6
kands of scrobatie stUfts aa m ties -
lattg wildly and weidly.
"What are yoa deias?" ?add the
ald's father.
"ra playtng rm mamma," she am
were& Then she aadM aere ueuMo
moveUsts with her tttle arms imd
aid, "There, father, yo a-~ept them.
That's what they do whbm mamma
makes them."
"What shall I septt" asked the
fath, etill more mystfed, "and what
does mamma make? Tell me 'what
you ae doingg"
"Why," she said, "I'm playing that
I am mamma at her club. Whenever
mama goes to her club she makes
motloes and the others aeopt them.
I heaa4 her say so over the telephone
to Mrs. Smith this morning."-Illus-
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oft bes heopecked.

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block. The peeler is used as show
Ia Fi. .--Popular Mechanlos.

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It Is l peult to waMh tatting to look
S ood asew, being almat Impmos
a"le to netoe the spoots to their
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two ..bshrheb, publieat4 private
ajoels. telegraph, telephoau, sprees,
Nmp order posto2sW ths ma s
607, me"t market, two ga erai
eft*, whto take orders and deliver
I 'at year door, wevel pa e.
h i ieeis (norporated. The
state and county tiaes we about 20
mtBe on *bout one-third valuatioa
Good hutng' asned saka. deer, twn
hey, ducksl aid quail, black ase sand
their rporda ftreh water ah.
Good boardin howus, Byrlyn PaIos
epve wintes; rates eight to -tea l*
bra per week; .0'& day.
is thousand people west t rough
the Sa Matew 'rult Co nys grove
' Os, a the best sedvaswm
Mao ers ijst lransportatloea; lag
= T w0k river aod ml Is a. tvo..e
few Florlds potato enjoy. A re*
oat saeon, to. stance, ralrips
Mi termnals a at a ll" wre
are than m onaeted sa" fruat amlp
p-e frm padta down t&he emtw l
tert of the state waI t so me easea
eo woeks gettingg toJacksoavWe,
w Mnat to orther markets, sad
a4t ot briSg oough to pay reloght.
while asa Mateo Shlppers, at sae
tam. would asip from here one day
ad mhve a rut so out of J.cksuoavll
m tho Clyde a p the next. This Ut
o matter that aseto& alone was
worhth&o atl of 4ioI to ast*oh i
*-MI towers sad the humameer
goio wMew to bear dia d tan
tsi sad s eLe rates tat p
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headquarters for fancy fruit
in our market, especially
East Coast

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a Times the *n*t?
i*wbnt papa aiy.l
we w uatt
welt got married:


Rat' wbat everybody says.
.apde-And thea yba t
yVaup6Om'tbedt I san't see him
aware an evesI~gi thats what
mamma s-ya


nI&l FIrST CAVIARE.


"Poor Uncle Henry embarrassed us
all when we dined In the ultra-fash-
fonable restaurant."
"In what way?"
"Why, the waiter brought the dear
eld man a caviare sandwich, and
guess what he saadr
"What, my dear?"
"Why, he said he didn't care about
blackberry preserve smeared oa hIs
bread for diner."

Another VersIon
Meothe may I go out to skated"
"You mar, or ttle Myrt.
Uut you must SW coN by the stove
A"d war your bobble skirt"
Aoeempllshments Demanded.
"Do you think a diplomat should
know the language of the country to
which he ts assignedl
"Certainly. He should have such
perfect command of it that It will be
ha hard to grasp his exact meaning as
It be were unfamiliar with It."


Merely Wished to Knew.
"Mother, did father have to ask you
more than once to be his wifeT"
"Why, dearest, what makes yoeaask
such a questloalT
"I just wanted to know whether
you always answered no before you
thought the same a you do to ma


Modeoty.
Lady (staadng oasa a wiw ledge
of branng building about to leave "a,
to fremen below)-You ealhe tell
abe naughty me down there to shut
their eyea, or I' jump ead Art-
Ihdge. __ _'1 .
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TOO comP.AostK

S Oabm wan"t murry.
6t" t"oo part in the" buste
Whes oinas aa to hulsle
Jusat esat garen sia dyenatug.
ato brass with (adesa tooee ,


u rtrte passed right by him
A vowed o'4 d aver try him.
Although. In sooth. 'Ut nendtu?
yo star mene, the pedu .
Proteg lve sort t f elow,
Tet loMadly.eoued a-d mdolew.
Is one wo'll ao the pris out
And bulge 0 4110old y e es t.
A UInJl Remedy.
UtWI fietq m sto a Bily wM vs
lUtC his l ei bor, Jwry. m811
showed every evidence of a bad cold.
SorrYs mother asked with grave so,
Ucitude: "Don't your mother give
rou ay1 or Pour cold. Billy r
IrHWaupon Billy answered, feeling
it all his pockets at once: "Yes,
ma'am, she gives me a clean hand.
kercbhief."-ULpplncott'as.

Unchanged.
"Do you act toward your wife as
you did before you married her?"
"Exactly. I remember Just how
I used to act when I first fell In love
with her: I use4 to hang over the
fence In front of her house and gase
at her shadow on the ourtaln, afraid
to so In. And I act Just the same
now when I get home late."

RIGHT.


* He-What makes you think
girls who danme are al right?
he Becase those who
dane are generally left.


that

doant


Always Thus.
Tou ar a moet unlucky cUs-
Of eurese, It bas occurred to you
ThatItIt always some *ei
somenboady oave a s mlU to.
Interpreted.
"Ma'n," said the new cook. "I should
like to ask eP bomthing. It's about
JeMake the butcher. He says I shall
bave five per eot. on all orders I give
hl. What does that mean?"
The lady of the bouae looked
thoughtful. Theae teehlcaltles.
Jane," ase sald, "are bard to explala
esxatly. rodlyf It meano that we
shaB get ow met .om Joan es fI -
tare.1
e* Pram Ab"Fa.
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be ka4evalaed r W Oafo as mam
sad shown bahems ; etrae
emd otaf ota eaespe I lag m stoes
.hlde t lxetapeaiai tn a resilleat
frame The frame oomsalts of two
nverted V-shaped wires wtth spriag
e--a-ng the three corner esae.
this has the eeat of keeping the
atoaee eloeer together all the time
but allowing laeot leeway for the
admission of a ktife blade or the
tines of a fork, which an be cleaned
by belno rubbed up and down a few
time. The spring will lasure a suf.
fluently strong pressure to fve good
tritional action at al time.

VALUABLE IN THE HOUSEHOLD
Inmpmerable Uses'to Which Sawdiet
May Be Put to ooed
Advantage.
Sawaust may be put to serve a num*
ber of purposes for the housewife. It
ls good or removing edament In glas-
sad earthenware. A handful thrown
an a dyla fire will help to revive It
Weo dried and heated ad sprinkled
oer grease spots ln carpots, It Is ue-
futal n removing these objeoloable
earbs. It abould be well rube t.
left for a few hour, the treated
aga#s if neeeaairy. Roeat some aw
stal on a pleoe of paper l the oven,
and It is an oellsat remedy tor mUn
dew Md damp spots e metal or other
polished gods Rub some dry saw.
dust e artnles that Bave been po&
mhed, and the polish wil lst loager.
4Ughtly moiste aawdust sprinkled
m outhouse floor verandas or larder,
etc., and brushed to with a hard
broom will cleanse the foor without
muo trouble.

Useful HInti,
Milk wil clean m meya satlstao'
tortly. It will take oat tak apot of
1oa suI.IU. Used bI 0a1reh It wil
ie a te It w remove di
tare tresm. Usad wt a blu ra
ike new.
To eloud euledly tae a indoa S a
bath room, etc asl. witb a b uhB a
b1 viemar. T al gives beau Ufu
aae If varnsed over wlli

MI pay or aay other enured
WOa Oay be arbed b wpolshing





"m no*a- bees WWI &"ae

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*Me* ad

W~ a e yed40 about
te ether brse abe-6 rafee* m


GaSe you the best of it'" beo
athr and btethe shoutead
"T; You see I ht ndwr .t
name o Yeousng am ad 'b m tmd
p*etty slow meo time whenr I- was m
own'"--ikturday 3venag Ppt.L

POINT Oo VIEW.


The Man-Gee!


The water Is fiee


today.
The Wish-That's all right, but what
I want to know is how's the landT
'Not Boasting of It.
Theatrical Manager-I understand
that you played with Booth, Mits
Sereleaf?
The Actress (with much spirit)-
Well, I don't think it's anybody's bul-
noes how old I am!

CHILDREN AFFICTID
By Mother' Feed and Drink.


Many babies have been laanIed
Into l f with cotfItutlons weakead
by disease taken In with thetr meth.-
er milk. Motors cannot be too @AM
ful as to the food they Aee while num ,
Iag their babes.
The experience of a Kansas City
mother 4 a ease la point:
"I was a great ofoe drinker from a
obhild. ad thought I oould not do with-
out It. But I found at last It was do*
bge me harm. e r years I had beeo
troubled with diublnea, spots before
my eyes and pain In my heart, I
which was added, two years later, $
dcareae sour stomach.
"The baby was bora 7 monthM agom
and almost from the beginning. It, to,
ared atrem sour sstomaesL he waU
ta kg It from mel
"Ia my distress I ooasulted a fr
of more ol e otleae mad she t"I
fto uet eoibe that ee dN=d I
Mb good aHk. I have aleo"
tald e that r eally drae up the am.
o, I quit e06ee and tried ta -
atle stoeeam. utter did af t
with me. Then I turned to Pages
wIt the happlest results. It poe
to be the very thing I needed. It ad
only agreed perfectly with baby aa
myself, but It Inoreased the Sow '
my mfik
"My husband then quit -oftee.
used Poston amd quiely got e 5
te dypepia with wih be had w
troubled. I so hwager sart frem
bdwud Mi b |d spells, pain Is
heart aor y stommo.&
"Now we al drnk Poonak
kawaad to ay a eve& asmsow
baby. It has proved to be
het drink we ave e" r a


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6. 1 ~ink .0 sad a stow oven," sid
60 MMM Me af athe spattered
S11Maor abd peeped lIto the
4W., c t'n thmader's a slow oven,
A b e looked within, the oves began
a aIes movement, and be watched it
- ioeoothas ton a squmw pea bed been
Sha9toel out several acbo. and even
Slowed it began to recede, even
as a bubble grows i when a
M- U cautiously rem s a finger
Srom the spool with whib It is
uhl" said the man; "that's
fnar Then It oocurred to him that
A draft of cold air had struck bis cake,
coamig it to fall, and' he hurriedly
slammed the oven door and heaped
wood on the fire in order that it rise
again.
It la not necessary to say the man
was alone. It might be well to say,
* however, that his womankind had
gone off on a visit, and lest some
think him Insane, to state that he had
been reading recipes In the Women's
Home Guide until his tongue hung
out.


The Home Guide was explicit in say-
ita that such a cake was easy to
make, and the man, searching the
kitchen, found all the ingredients.
It should have been a good cake,
for he had been very careful. True,
he couldn't remember the difference
between a tablespoon and a teaspoon-
ful until he had'put three tablespoon-
fhisf baking powder in-heaping
sposafle-but, as everybody knows,
that should make the cake lighter.
One of the eggs looked a bit pale
,and washed out, and he rejected that,
udin only two, and he had added a lit-
,* &ar to the quantity, because he
Sked oake sweet. But, generally speak-
S mg hei had made the cake according to
e eautously opened the open again.
a4d with a cloth jerked the cake out
and slammed it on the table. Then
be stood back and looked at it 8ome-
tbhan was wrong, that was certain.
It was of a curious don color, and
had a great bulge in the middle, while
all about the bulge was a dip like a
surroundIng valley. Also the edges
were not dun color, but black. The
bottom also was black, though much of
the biack stuck to, the pan.
Then the man tasted his oake. Yes,
something was wrong. It was soft as
library paste and gummy beyond be-
he man did not hesitate. He open-
ed the back door and east the cake
Uto oWter darkness, and with diligence
S be wvashln up the dishes, for
thee wre dishes that seemed to in.
debate that be had been trying to make
a A- sad the tolks would be back
Sto moraam g
AM. when all was clean, he lighted
his pipe a d took up a magazine.
0akeT Not much. He never wanted
to ee a sake agaln. V
The Mags*ipe was not the Women's
HBe Oulds.-Qalvestop News.
s. .... ....


Almes Emped.
S e6In Mmr, the president of a
r e a"sa wa ptraoing
slamt at t"e mewYrk Oment show.
1 'It to the faU now, too," ho said.
i to "nom& the talon as the new.
de- w ww ties Parisaf
4eea w inWhbly be td adme d&&3
% ONto atSa -
'Sb
81- ''6' a.w^ y^ e~ue N a


Thugh 1 WVe HM Saved Him
Sx L-e Well, He'les

SJoha, will- you pease unook my
SAU right, as soon as I set my col.
lar off.
"bon't you think this dress is be-
coming?"
"Yep."
"I think it makes me took slimmer
than I look In any of the rest of my
dress, don't you?".
"1 0iueo so,"
"Did you ee anybody there who was
dressed in better taste than I?"
"Nope."
"And Think how cheaply I got it
made. Do you remember that pink
dress I had two years ago?"
"I dunno."
"0, yee, you remember it, John. The
one I had made whep I went to St
Louts. Would you suspect that I have
had all the beaded trimthing from that
gown put on this one?"
"No."
"Well, I have. If I had bought it now
It would have cost $25. Don't you
think I managed well?"
"Uh huh."
"Do you suppose there's another
woman in this town who dresses as
splendidly as I do on what you allow
me for clothes?"
"I've never thought anything about
It."
"Well, you would think about It It
you got such bills as most women
make their husbands pay. Did you
see any one there who lcokcd better
than I did?"
"I didn't look around much."
"Did you ever see me when I looked
better ?"
"I guess not."
"Think what it means to you when a
make such a fine appearance. Every-
body must get the impression that you
are able to give me a much larger al-
lowance than you do for clothes. It
gives the Impression that you are
prosperous. Can't you see what an
advantage It is to have people get
such an Idea?"
"I've never noticed it."
"0, pshaw! One might as well talk
'to a stick as to you!"


Safest to Fly High.
That It is safer for an airman to
fly high than comparatively near the
ground is indicated by meteorological
tests carried out on behalf of the
British air office at Teddington. A
kite with a special recording appara-
tus has been sent up to various
heights, and It has been shown that
on a gusty day sudden fluctuations in
the pressure of the wind-which are
an airman's peril-diminish percept.
ibly as a kite ascends. What airmen
have discovered when in flight is that
dangerous gusts sweep over woods
and hills or through valleys. For this
reason when passing across country
they seek to maintain n altitude of
at least 7,000 feet.

Teacher's Aim in Life.
To help a child to become unselfish,
self-reliant, kind, thoughtful, consid-
orate, honest and independent; to
train to habits of usefulness; to pro-
mote purity of thought and life; to
have even some small part in awaken-
lag loftier purposes and holler aspl
rations; to arouse in the minds of
boys and grls an honest and sincere
hope to be able to some extent to
make happier the school, the home,
the community, the state, the natJon,
and the world--should be the greatest
ambition of every teacher.-Richard 0

-' Surely the Limit
A ranks edltr says he thinks this
s tha ee st aM-y he has eon lan print
tfe sjeral pear: A young clergy.
"a, WIa' a n, to a friend that
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Armour Orange Fruiter
Write us for booklet, tell us of your special conditions, and get
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It it is Machinery you want, we have it .Writ
us for catalogue, prices and terms.

MALSBY COMPANY
a SI-faSL ATLANTA. GL
We sell the following well-known goods: American,
Hench & Drogold eiser "Peerless and Smith MyeS & Scholer Saw
Mills In all size an capacities; Erid e City, (e0ser ,,eM4," and Ho.tn,
Stanwood & Gamble Boiers a all sizes; Chaner, and Perkn
Shingle Machinery; B Saws,Ed Ort Mills, "Peerless" Threshers,
laners, SteamFeeds, and varouschiy, epairs and Mi Supplies.
SWe can furnish yo.u te best Machinery on t market and at th ine
time save you money. We have no branchjouse.


Why Stay North and Freeze?

COME TO BAN MATEO
And spend the winter out of door. and you will come agala.
If you want to rent a oottage, write aus; we have them turalshed, a-d.
uady to move Ia. Byrlya Place. I
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mtter..
Thire is more Ca tarrlb this me
tiom ot the oouutry than all other d&W
eases put together, ad uaUl the lot
few years was supposed to be Iaonre
able. For a great many years doe-
toren pmouseed It a local disease
and preeerlbed looal remedesa, a. d
by eastatly fallagS to oure with le-
cal treatment, npreseaeed It iRonur
able. Seleoe has prove cataem to
be a comutitutl-eal disease and mhee
torm requires coasttUooal treatment.
market. It b tak eternally I
Hall's Catarrh Cure. ma u -tered
by tr J. oCbem A Oo., Toledo, OhS,
is the oly ooastitutloaal oure eo the
doses from 10 drops to a teeeoleelf -
It acts dOreetl m the blood and ma.
eo- eAurflee ot the stem. ThTer
olar oae hundred dolle tor tay
e- it falls to ures. Semd for elreo-
ar and teUmoma"as.
Address. P. J. CHBNT& A CO., '0-I
ledo Oh&e.
Sold by draggists, 75e.
Take Hall's PmUy Pills for con-
stipatlon. tf


Semdel Centradietery.
'-What time do you do your Christ.
was shopplag?'
"I Wued to wait until the last Alas.
ute, but I'm dolng It early of late."
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-,TI AP0UA@ F
OF OWAP^TlS 4 LAWS
T,


N Ies Io baer ve that H. AM.
Praser, prueaser of tax oerti cates
S1No. Ind, AteIh dO t J A. D.
19e1, aA.Noe. W aa #d 4 dated 4ta
day of June. A. 19N, Kbe Sled said
eafrtleates Ina my 0le and has
mladoe aplt a for tax deed to ts-
se I- a eordaace with law.
Mal ertlflmtMes embrace the fol-
lowlag described property; situated la
Puttam county, Florifa, to-wit:
All of Block 3 embraced la Certfi-
cate No. 136 of 1891, Lots 1, 3, 8, 4,
Block 3, embraced to Qprtlfate No.
939, and 14 5, 6, 7, 8, Block 8, em-
braced la Certificate No. 940 of 1894,
all nla town of Bostwick.
The tId land belong assessed at the
date of Iusnaeo of such certificates
la the name of B. Hlaglbotham, Par.
ker & Carraway and Unknown, re-
spectively.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
oeemed according to law, tax deed
will lisuo thereon on the 27th day of
Marbch, A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this USth day ot February, 1911.
HNNRY HUTCHINSON,
Clerk Circult Court, Putasam County,
orida. By H. Hutchinson, Jr.,
D. C, No. 887.
tf (Seal.);


NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
TAX DSDO UNON SECTtION S
OF CHAmPR 4Km, LAWS
OP FLORIDA.
--4 IqOtD

Notice is bheby gives that J. F.
Gaas, parchaser of tax certificate
No. 72SO, dated th day of July, A.
D. 1891, has Uled said cortlfste in my
office, abd has made appllcatlo for
tax deed to tssu In accordance wit
law, aid certificate embraces the
folowing deecrlbed property situated
in Putnam oounty, Florlda, to-wit:
Northeast quarter of northwest
quarter, Beotloa 11, Towanshp 12,
South Raupe 37 ast-40 acree.
, Te ad lead being asesssed at the
date of issuance of such certlScate In
the same of UukMown No. 453.
Unless sid eertlfloate shall be re-
4deeae aeourdla to law, tax deed
wl issue thereon on the 30th day ot
March, A. D. 1011.
Witne my official signature and
"eal thls the Ith day of" Ibruary,
1911.


RHNRY HUTCHINSON,
Clerk Circuit Court, Putaam County,
florca. By Hoary Hutklamon, Jr.,
D. C. No. 385.
tf (SeaL)


NOTMIO OF APPLICATION POR
TAX DIM, O UNe W WSETIN
OFP CHAPTS O, LAWS
OFP PIWlIWA..
Nottie la bone Ies that lhas
041PIOlOgo"
o4Ld ofttrot axMerm
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Ppa 413, 89etioe 4A, TowNslp 141
both RanWe 27 Ist-7 acres.
The said lead beg assessed at t
date of the Issuance of euch certlcate
Ina the name of Booth and Piftsr.
Unless aid certlicate shall be re-
deemed accordals to law, tax dead
will issue thereon on the 27th day of
March, A. D. 1911.
Witaen my official signature and
seal this 5th day of February, 1911.
HBNRY HUTCHINSON,
Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam County,
Florida. By H. Hutchinson, Jr.,
D. C. No. 389.
tf (Beal.)


New Style In Namee.
Rev. Dr. Henry van Dyke urges
patriotle Amerleans to name their
children after the states and the na-
tlon. 'He commends, In this respect,
the South Americans, who us e Colum.
bia, America and many attractive
Latin derivatives of famous names
connected with the history of the
western world. The president of
ecuador has three daughters, and
*hey are called America; Quit., the
feminine of the capital city of Beua.
dor, and Castilla, after the ancient
race from which the Latin* are proud
'o derive their origin. Years ago
Alabamas, Mississippi, Missouri, la-
Jiana and other euphonious nage
were popular for girls. Now eua a
same seldom Is beard. A deoleine t
xetrilttsm and state pride, thWlsh
Dootor van Dyke.
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Oeugar Killlng In Washlngle. '
Sportsmen of this viclaty are nesat
oly -ited ovr the large number of
oe that are bela killed wt~hl
a ew mlee of the city, no less tha
ia havia bes shot during the la
This wholesale slaughter is matno
hristmas money plentiful amoug the
bates, as the bounty on cougar
saloeps is $3 eh. All the local alm-
reds am olang gunnaig tor ouars
as It looks more like easy mnow than
prepectlas or go ld Alaska. 1
The almals are maklg great havoc
immng the deer. The mt three shot
had two deer down, oea of whlek the
bad etirely eten a the other was
partly te. The om shot had also
beeon eatn a dee .-4aymm owe
sear. h-* m nt


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As Invalld tried who ts oonetnst
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mot welcome present It was elme
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"You say you haven't oUbod S
difference In the cost ai Uvtnr
"No; It always cost ll I could
get."

Has Millione of PtJrens,
How would you lkoe to aabet yur
friends by millions as8 Duks! A'
nice 8alve does? It 4 sumlasa.
nla the pat forty years u N*"
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There are three things that destroy
youe laws. Dandelions, Duck Plan-
tadl and Crab Grass. In one season
the Clipper will drive them all out.
Your dealer should have them-itf he
haa wot drop us a line and we will
*ad circulars and prices.
CLIPPER LAWN MOWU CO,
sOX 5, DIXON, ILL.
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hary oranges -m awaf astoa, sold
rwm rfea, palms and tfra irmt
and oramea-ta- yes shruba, eta
Keep eor estalog 1anW&.


SS. GRAVES, Prop.
aloisville. Fla.
Attacks School Principal.
A severe attack on school principal,
Charles B. Allen of Sylvania, Ga., is
thus told by him. "For more than
three years,." he writes, "I suffered In-
describable torture from rheumatism,
liver and stomach trouble and disease.
ed kidneys. All remedies failed till
I used Electric Bitters, but four bot-
tles of this wonderful remedy cured
me completely." Such- results are
common. Thousands bless them for
curing stomach trouble, female com-
plaints, kidney disorders, biliousness.
and for new health and vigor. Try
them. Only 50 cents at S. W. Row-
ley's. tf

A man who is considered Indifferent,
nine times out of ten has learned
reserve.

Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer is appendici-
tis with many victims, but Dr. King's
New Life Pills kill it by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing con-
stlpattki, headache, Jbillousness,
chill. 25 cents at 48. W. Rowley's.
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Farm as Garden
have an tablished reputation
exending over t years, be-

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$18,00--Thirteen room houe, one Abot iAve hundred boxes fruit thib
story, nicely furnished, all la god easeos. Wharf on the property and
repair. Packing house. River troet packing house. $3,600.
location and extding baeek over
half alle. 71 ocre lead House on- 48a4re tract. one of the h bt in San


hilltop. 90 feet above rive. Grove
that has been producIng $1,000 to $6.-
000 In fruit per year. Parts of the
land are suited for any fruit or vege-
table.
--
$8,6500-Thtrty acres land. Grove
producing 300 to 500 boxes fruit.
House within hundred yards of river
bank. Deep woer close in. Good
spring water. House has seven or
eight rooms. This lo 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 300 boxes fruit this
season. Half mile from depot and
postoffice and 1 1-2 miles from river
wharf.
Another grove on river, belonging
to this estate, snipped 1,000 to 1,200
boxes fruit this season; is held for
$6,000. The two properties can be
bought to close this estate for about
$6,000 cash.
$250-Twenty acres fine land two
miles from postoffice.

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

Ks I Pae~appe lads ta Dade
saty, oe railroad. atore lota, 20
per ame. It yo want pleapmpe land
or a paery already a bearta, write


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


Mateo fo0 omage or peaches, about
30 aeres cleared, fees not nla best
of shape, small bouse and packing
house.
Five acres in San Mateo corpora-
tion, $600. One-fourth mile from post-
office; lies well for two or more lots
for winter cottage.

Building lota 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 postofflce, on hard
road; $500.
Two thousand three hundred acres
lying between Palatka and Ban Ma-
tea, $12.50 per acre; railroad runs
through property; has frontage on St.
Johns river and county to building
hard surface highway through it. Part
of this land is suitable for fruit and
truck and part as good potato land as
there is in the famous HasUtngs dis-.
trict, which la but about three miles
from eastern boundaries. Flowing well
on the property and a small orange
grove. Wells can be put down on any
part of it.

We have properties running from
a few bundrea to $18,000. Write as
about price you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig-
ure.


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SAN MATBO. FLA.


BEACH and MILLER LINE


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.


Steamer "e-RESCENT"


SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND.
Tuesday, Thursdays and, Saturdays.Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.


Leave Jacksonville . . 8:10am
Leave Green Cove Springs 10:10am
Leave Palatha . . . 3:00pm
Lave San Mateo. ....... 8:0Spm
Arrive Crescent City . 7:00pm


Leave Crescent City . . 7:00am
Leave San Mateo . . 9:00am
Leave Palatka . . .. 9:30am
Leave Green Cove Springs 1:45pm
Arirve Jacksonville . 6:00pm


I. T. OLLARI ,Trafos Mapager, Jacksonville. R. J. ADAMS Aget, Palta
MRS. J. W. MIILUfl, Gen. Mgr., Crescent City.


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t with at a aoftti d ordeAsd
fari ak fad t. mdabnd thatA
Tiotle should be shipwr.eakd sand
Stocut defeated and killd in a bat.
te to ae Auorn. The death of
both the leaders brought the royal
project to nanught) ad nothn g
would have been known of It but for
the diineand perspienity of the
leared lbrarian.


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PHILADELPHIA


Haeseme Ancient on rThat Ie Pr*e.
served In the MI Int City ofi
S Seetherly Levi.
At the mint in Philadelphia as a
Rumb. of woina far more precious
than ay which ad their way into
flnutlm. They an a oolketta of
earioe, sad many of them ate foma
tiae of great antiquity.
SPethapa the aint Intoeresting
aong then ls a handsome coln
besubg oR its face the proue ofta
womaa, whlh ha a string
mkmblne to the Godd of e
of own currency. 1
la Aingle word "Dhmos.M whh dUl
the Gusek for petpe.On the nrevers
rs oin ii a ignof
the Gd~a Dana laloix her bow,
and the ^nsarlptlcm, tafited into
kagliub reads, "Diana. lrlsad of
the Philad lpha. .
The oak was m~~ag mc than
MOO years ago at thesot7 .f Phila'
kilphia, ia Asia Min, wherl there




tnwup elaer yn H ones of the
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tBhe heam of hi p tIo Man
bestesr 3ng. 'It is aglast te rue
af the oompnyq for a optata t
blhwife ao pammmug; so wl ahe
Oheas left Manchsne, Novemaber
19, t, for a oya to Rio de Ja-
nro and New York, his Snses,
Mi- 8. 0. Spiby, mooompanled him
as a saveler haperoted by a fried.
roma the Bradlian port Mi. Spiby
ad her peo oompaid th
captain to New York.
s Another role of the line interpMed
a barrier to the continued compana-
ionship of the sweethearts. Through
a agreement with the other English
lines, a Lamport & Holt boat may
not take passengers from this port
eastward. Only cargo goes. The
other companies refrain from taking
cargo from Manchester, direct. So
Miss Spiby and her friend sailed on
the Oceanic. The am. also
Ialled, and Captain Trinick watched
his bethrothed overhaul him and go
by. After the arrival of the Camos
ens at Manchester ney will be mar.
ried.-New Work World.

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had to eat hose-think of it!t"
"I know;.but suppose it had bee
aitov'Aile tires

0OIte OQOD WORK.
The oGideoos, a band of religious
Idiaed ommfrc a travelers, who
el pae 6000 Bin ble sIn Cii.
g hON ma9 a maoh pleMa
wth the option of the w aati.oo
T r retary, in a statment to
the Chicago pqieu, says: gWe
have reiesied RUaOueSa letters, pa*
thetis and thankful, telling u of the
wolk qasMsmplishe by placing the
,eed of bee the trandiet
who o@uupy ruics in Chicago's he.
tide. One man wrote that h loobsd
forward to the time whe the romp
1a5 Oeryhetel in the world woJd

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THR OMERS-HART ORANGE CLIPPER.
By making a very large contract, we are able this year to rednes the 7
price of the Somers-Hart Oranse Clipper from $1.2 to 85e eah, poe s '
paid, and from $13 to $6.50 per dos eu. The Clpper tbe year 6 a ii
provement over last year, as it is furnished with a bolt to tae t *h J
nut so that the wear of the ds sorn can be taken up. "l'tie .i
pers have been adopted by the Cit ru Exchange all over a 't
and we are receiving orders from C aifornla and Porto Rico. It is
ed to be the best orange clippe& on the market. Send for a trial Mll
at 85c postpaid, or one dozen for $8.60. ,
& 0. PAINTIR FERTILIZER CO., -- -- - Jacksonvllle, ,tO
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ar w"hh toos."
"Umphl--rve got a kid 18 months
dM OMa do that"
Neatly Put.
2' The Duebos Jcaoees, as all the
Wotd knows, was am American-a
nhrter of the enormously rich Sin-
-s tumfly.
s duchess was once taking part In
miW 0e0mtaur theatrcas at Ragas
ha s Nw York girl ald to her
'Sb phe a real duchess?"'
"Te, my dear," thea mother, a
tfsber-ecker, answered. "Yes, real,
bat mother ut made."


One Happy Condition.
"Wheless Is a wonderful thins, lan't
t It's garun to take the place
SaterytUgt-telegraph, telephone,
1 t- trweastfence-why, they even
, '. 'W 5tt sWmpaper photographs that
"Tea, but the's one thin they'll
er do with wireless."
w; at'e thtr
W'Wi*rpulling."

Have to Pull Them In.
Ul-4here are Just as good fash
l ,thesea--
Stella-But you have to have a pull
to lead them.


It is poeslble to have too much of a
Stihl. The dog with the shortest
Vl mas the least danger of having
S afabs tied to lt.

120"m yfI u,"m

eBainUtenov often mesa those
ee.i aS 0mtMter which I only haf

. l. l "sure to follow theU U of
IftSvp b laxative, arfield Tea.


S ieells more coavia.
a thn thta what b ea noew.


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wi the sem a t the eami took;
-im"ft to prot and loss? I
Mal e-No; put It down as row

attleesakee Appear Early.
The anus a y warm weather
threhot oestral Wyomlan the last
fow week has cauad large numbers
aof ttlesu ee to leave thur dens and
maay have befe killed by ranohuen
ans otters. Not la the recollection of
the oldest Inhabtants lave rattle-.
snakes appeared so early In the year.
--Casper correspondence Denver Re.
publican.
Per ti- m am a0 P
BlOe' CMVW I the bet re4ed re&
s athe m iag sad fetvrlahbn~aa-uree Uth
O aBd rea norma o condltlos. It's
a ud-e-rtsnM.latj*. .10.,* s.and0.

True Humility.
"I suppose you are tempted to put
on airs since you own a motor car."
"I should say pot," replied Mr.
Chuggins. "A man with a motor car
puts in most of his life apologizing.

- Sympathy sometimes means sitting
In a car and passing out soft words to
lame folk.


Need Now, ad ttIss
.Hood's $r perilla

Which purifies, enriches and revitalies the blood as no
other does. 4o,366 testimonials of cures, in two years.
Get it in usual liquid form or tablets called Sarsatabs.


Impre Blood is emonmo t the
spria& be ose of the unmaltnul
S ~i VIn during the writer ,
S la the au of the Ios of
appstfs and that tird fMtng as
wedll a the soreq and erptions tat
oeur at this time.
Be sure to take Hood's this spring.


Wifely Seolletude.
Appealfg to the police to fad her
husband, who went to work sad had
not returned home at eight o'clock,
but requesting that the ofloers neith.
er arrest nor "talk cross" to him, a
woman left a note in the hands of
Patrolman Hickerson at Sixth and Id-
mond streets containing Information
concerning the mining h,,sba*v.
The note in addition to giving a de-
scriptlon of the mixing man read
that the wife "was worried nearly sick
because it was the first time that he
had done this."
"I don't want you to arrest him,"
continued the note. "Tell the police
to please not talk cross to him."-St.
Joseph Gazette.

The ocean is crossed in love-by a
number of bridal parties.


Strong Healthy Women
SIf woa n Is *tro and healthy Ina womanly way, moth
erheod meess to her but Ulittle s iag. The trouble lies
dsead c- the ds 1 _-- .m.aw ,--orn s-.d ma u-n
ADr Coth-hood. This ea be remedied.

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Cases s wea nesses a"d dime--ere of womesm
t s ae diley ey the delleae and ad pert

ataoihy !... -- --- r----. t--l-- dL elm.le. H--
'avserite Preseriptie bdoalshe the IndposltoMs of the
period of --pee-noy nd makes lby's adve et ey sa
almost palless. It quickens sad vitallasU the tmiaism
eorgM, ead hums a healthy ed robust baby. Theumds of worn hae"
sttlled to ts marvelous merit.
SaMfake. Weak WO OMs fs t Ma kM Wm We.
IlUoest draulists do not efer subtlt_ sad ure them upon you as "just
as od." Aooept so ecret ostrum is pboe of this s.m-s # remedy. It
sales not s drop of slohol ad not a graina et hI blormand o Injuriousl
dus.* Is a puwre glyseorlso extract of abeingM, mthe Ameren roots.


Raets, Barks and Herbo-Hood's
Sarasaparlls o combines the great
curative principles of roots, barks and
herbe as to raise them to their high.
eat efficiency for the cufa of all spring
humors, all blood diseases, and run-
down conditions.
There Is no substitute for Hood's.


Is GUARANTEED
to stop and perma-
nently cure that ter-
rible itching. It sto
componinded for that
purpose and your money
wil be promptly refnded
WITHOUT QUB8TION
Si Hunt's QMre fale to cure
Itch, ezme, Tetter, Ring
Worm or any other Skin
Disease SO at Tour druggIst', or by mal
direct ifhe hamnt it. Manufactured only by
A L. I MCHAS MEDICINE CO., ShIm,. TUi

" iMa" I Thimpse's Eye Water

Atlanta Directory
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Daoe o beal I PCaore., Atldam
ass, W as Wen to lear arter Trade


n slL to eomht w ek*. Tua-
ete n the S Trade. write seekers
a1e ntolearn ftarber Wade


Ttol with partial set of touts. i t nter-
ad i n Sh B erber Trade.m wrte Seg.

Mm8 rubber Stea& goal co.
d- P-l 1. AS S.as 3t, Atda..s a.


PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
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It Is sweet to feel :by what Ua spun
threads our affections are drawn to
gether.-Sterne.
am. Winmlow*. soeeief Sayrp for W Mie
Mtaso. seWaco the gum, recess isa mma-
"so pals.aures wind otl. We sa bel4.
, Dwell In gla t houses should
kee out of politics.


V rMS c.u- Harvest Time in Florida
viS0 S V= of For the tarmers of the Pensaoa Di*
1 2 trict. Seventen cents a day wit t you
v n In on a five acre truok farm. Write to
itefS us t oda for our booklet describlg how
i 0Mm1*s we help our farmers make good. Our
eaM s w --. o-r soil experts and demonstrationt frm make
Se uMsse Sea F mik. iatae@ Impoes0 ble.
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faa, TAKM YOUR CHIOW3 of .ether abeo obr sad address


JACKSONVILLE, PLA.


Suesesr to J. H. W*Wloy.


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Oranges, Grape Fruit, Tallerimos,
VOSTABLES IN SEASON

Ceo. B. Long I Co.
14 MIoIGAN STR T--- Sll a-* BUFFALO, N. v.
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THEATRE
When in PalStIs don't FalU to visit the Wonderland
Thmes. The MOVING PIOTURE SHOW of quality.
Entire ohanp of prworme oh night.


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Fr its and Vegetables.
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York & Whitney Co., ST

Florida Oranges and (raptrult a Speialty
ACCOUNT BAL MBNUMM DAALT
tMabllihOd 1881, 80 years eiperlence and belt Ioetlon Is De toa. M
*reMoeS: Pourth National Bank, BostonA, Mand Mastile M .
Write us for stenolls or quotations. Members Nate o al Laesa
commistaon Merohants of the United States.,


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JUw I, I. L. HBATrs AND COOK STOVEa
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Today our goods-FAVORITB BRANDB-ar- reooglulsed eerywbe.
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We are glad to show these clothes because we know
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We sell the Only Guaranteed Patent
Leather Shoe Sold In Putnam
County.


Als Agents for the Oelebrated


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AUTOMOBILE TIRE COST REDUOKb
By Using
WOOD WORTH TREADS,,Puasturhs aid Skiddlag Prvsuted










WeedwerikfrggWg&M tUmprotec.properly inflated last from tWO3*P
"m="afd. eto AW aberstdned fITS thousand to fifty thousand mOS
with ha"lfivels. They &,hlda The Treads average from three them
the Urs byeuva g Wi5@~ 641109 sand, to Ave 'bouso~d miles o et WYI.
~. side. ~ ~ayWA sadewsmemes, on light car as bigh
as eight thousand to tea thouNsad
even to"M esprevelagmy Pun 01111
IV Of Wrlakfag eW lOusess "Athsk"They tit all makes, of tins. Asp
avedigthe jdanger ofatshaft and oeame easily put them on. A No
betln e s mo 4011t202,roteatongiving ftu linstructiom is I mtwit
hstoem to t"e riO. They awe guar* eveargtreat
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writl be sure and meant this .
For "d at all drg store. PW
mets and osedollar.

WANTED TO BE AGREEABLE
Farmers Rather Humereus Explana-
tlon for T*Illing Exeodlngly
"Tell" Story.


Irving Batcheller once told a story
of a farmer on the Conneoticut hills.
"Pretty steep land for planting, Isn'~
it?" a visitor asked the tiller of thU
soll.
"Pretty steep," the farmer assented.
"I suppose It's quite ditcult to
plant your corn?"
"Quite difcult," came the echo.
The visitor was interested, and
would not be put off with short re
plies.
"Nh-hew do you manage to pleat
on this hill he persisted.
The ftrmer gased at hfim pityingy
"We have to Shoot It all into the
earth with shotgun, stranger," he as
ured his guest.
The visitor gasped. *Really?" he
ejaculated. "Really now? Is that ao
tally true?"
The farmer sighed and turned upon
his guest a look of witherng scorn.
"No. that san't true," he answered*
"I'm trying to make conversatioal'

COULD NOT STAND SUFFERING
FROM SKIN ERUPTION

"I O hare e u Otipra sea
ead Otows Qttmst t'r the -as
three memthe apmI a 8 to nS
that 0.e owv d nd a most aao
besatempties. It begas by my no
a # id o pe ag as 9
either daisagtn I dM oM think aa t
thing them ustil the ga t
ir d dr nd to tbmd b
maul I x1 nat stas9 the s 90Iets
bqau to wo a d4UlreW t aSma
Sthat l kind might be
brui _me, idt thWt di't sem to do
"e oed Il wet to two es
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rfse sbout we se, tam ae to
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pemt breni best outen a"s ntM
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f tlmo and OM-ew-On# ca n smon,
one tdonoofu o uptMV oouhf tree, one
od ross two oaulas of akwhite, ta
. lepooMt of aut eashlert saerys
hiaty. y it top. Put br utter aon
Utes, ada one tltee or twenty m o o
and stir unti smooth, then add bilk,
stirriesn onctastly to aolid lmps. Be
fore taking of add the rloe, previously
boiled. Season aad serve on toast.
Chlmoken and RIee-One can salmon,.
one and ne-half eupfuls of rice, one
and oe-alft eupfut of white acelery
alt and pepper to tate one table
spooaful of butterA Make layers of
beato, salmon, a umbhte aone-, hainup
ul white saue on top. Pat batter on
top sand ake fiteen or twenty mker




utes.
Chloken and Rice Crequettese-One
and one-halt cupful of chicken, onea
halt cupful of rice, two stalks celery
chopped fine, one-balf pepper, green,
already cooked, chopped, one egn
beaten, cracker orumbe, one-half cup
ful white sauce or stock, salt and pep
per. Mix all lngredlents, make In
balls an4 roll In egg and cracker
crumbs and cook Ia hot lard five min-


Salt Makerel, Cream aeeo.
Soek over night In lukewarm water,
changing this la the morning for loee
old. Rob all the salt of and wipe
dry. GOrease your gridiron with butter
and rub the fsh on both sides with
the sae melted. Then broil qulGkly
ver a clear o, turning with a cake
turner,so as not to break it. ay on
a hot platter, keep werm until sauoe
Is ready. Great sa atst ep co mlk to
scalding. Btir Into It a teaspoon of
oonstaroh, wot up with a little water.
Whe" this tbWoea add two table.
poonsao of tte. sppper, alt and
chOed pmler. a a t o n uht.
peer the aue gradually over it, put
the mixture agaeover the are and
stur Oe mansto, not mote. oPur upon
the afsh and lt stand covered over
bet water or oves till sedba to table.

Helps to Lighten Work.
Those we beaten olk of an egg light
y bre e vo the top of a pie will
t e t rAt browo and shiny.
Ner us te fingers In pinchia the
Odom of *asthe beat renthe
Swlleep the crm t from rialg.
4 Aerl eruat OA a t ake may be
. madeby addag a speeofaul of le we.
ta to te attr or dstig -with sugar
jot bee"I pea it ato the ove.
RabMag th aerte of the leaves
with t Wb a or larK, steed wiN
9810. a seao f rewso w e e rn

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raet y swebll&OMntsa
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a Th Awfl M Jont a ones.
pw-td ealw e
Remember the name- mak~a.
The rto by allure e I latas
bus. hostuMilbus 0., Ebto4 N. T.

That Awful Mrs. Jene.
Mrs. Sith-Ihe fa tso usobervavgt
Mrs. Brows-AM always complaina
lag. The other day, while ballooalag
nor a storm center, he oolllded with
a rain cloud and reported to. the as
thorttle that the driver of an asro-
plae sprinkler had splashed water all
over her best gowa l-Widow.

Sobso CAFUDIN
9o nd.bA__ lrf OA. VWhOW
,wo. TroV-I., OptdliuM wl; reoT" yun.
Ii's IqUld-lm ieasnt to take-*et immd-i-
ely Tro it. 10o., o mad 60 oeats at drum
otors&


Latest Quotations.
"How would you like a gan
for your dining room? A bra
vasbacks, aay?"
"No cheap stuff for me.
a picture of a dosen eggs."


me picture
ice of can-
Paint me


The Chiago Pire ooald have been pmr-
veoted with one pail of water, but thq
water was not handy. Keep a bottle of
HmImnM Wihard O handy and prevent
the Airy paina of linmmtlon.

His Light.
lla--He says that I am the light
of his life.
Stella-That's gas.

Taylor's Cherokee remedy of Sweet Gum
andMullea is Natures r*at rendr-
Co and lun troubles. At

Can a woman become a member of
the Daughters of the Revolution ust
because her ancestors murdered the
knss english?

Dr. PirM's Pla t P t r-ute
and Ilavigorate gteomam e r ad bowels.


The measure of what we love aad
admire Is-the measure of .our own
worth.-Dobson.

Garfield Tea mp the blood, lub


And many a maa never rieale the
value his home untl he has ooo
aloa too olleot the Ae anurase /


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by aOdaetas and isheaper than
lanarasee policy.
IT will take a curb off yourhoreer
care him of the heae.
IT will cu him'of cracked beds or
rase heels.
No matter how loI' etaM or
deeeaated the oldhfl
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Sc eemMus enumerator," said
SM n1W Tirwilliger. When he called
m fobr the blank he had left at the
^Ihuase he said it hadn't been filled
,s eaut ]properly. Then he began to ask
1di' a a of impertinent questions about
en*- t-lbp that didn't concern him in
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H fM ua would sa
ts at to a ad by Jiltin
it dewo't memble me in oi
gt otorsI 'this uneco
_attmhstuae makes me odio
SUridldiealm hthe eyes of a
I am ruined."
SDepite W is kicks and screams, tl
f" e citizen teliahes being flay
a s ivelist. It confers distinction
S1t ih as agreeable, nearly, as beii
bitten by a multi-millionaire's bu
deqg. Nmrly, but not quite, as b
n M bitten by a multi-millionair
Sblldog, you can exhibit the bite ai
p.Wo your eminence. When flay
' ~a novelist you are disgusting
naronted with Dakota Dane fro
w over creation who insist they a

GOOD ARRANGEMENT.


i.Toea-You take. the 'arm-chair,

P.tari--No, you take it.
'! --,mWell suppose we both take

;.Y.,010S AND TUBERCULOS.0
A) j cow moose from Frye has
r9 wived in Brunswick, con.
to Dr. Frank N. Whittibr of
asllqe, who mmwl amI
.oo ih an effort ae
llthe death of'e wy


luho b. fand Its way
^^HK^I~Jttfr^ ftvpa

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b 1; told him it was nobody's busi.
. nee how old I vas, and whether
s ther was a mortgage og the proper-
,y feor not and all that sort of thing.
But he insisted on knowing. He
ry even made threats. I declare, I
n .thought I never would get rid of
ks him. liHe staid. -hlf an hour, and
ky, when he went away at last he said
y, he'd come again when my husband
ny was at home, and those questions
g, would be answered or he'd know the
,us reason why."
ill "Well," remarked Mrs. Jerrold,
"that shows that you didn't know
he how to manage him."
ed "Did he come to your house, too ?"
n. "Yes, but he wasn't there five
ng minutes. I hadn't the least bit of
II- trouble with him."
)e- "How did you manage him?"
e's "Why, I answcrd all his ques-
nd tions civilly."-Youth's Companion.
ed
ly- SIMPLY A LAW OF NATURE
m omontum of Heavier Object Moving
ire Through Air Is a Matter of
Course.


If two objects having the same
size and shape, but different in
weight or mass, are thrown with the
same initial velocity, the heavier one
has more momentum. The momen-
tum of a moving object is propor-
tional to its mass and to its velocity.
The meaning of the term may be
understood by remembering that a
heavy ball is harder to stop than a
light ball if both are moving at the
same velocity. Thlse two objects of
the same size, but of unequal mass-
es, meet with the same resistance
and therefore the momentum of the
lighter 'body is sooner overcome.
That is the reason that the lighter
body cannot be thrown so far start-
ing with the same initial velocity as
can a heavier body. More than that,
within certain limits the heavier
body can be given, with the same
power, equal, if uot greater, initial
velocity. For example: In throw-
ing, the arm can be swung with
more effect with a stone in the hand
than with a feather.
WHO CAN BLAME HERr


"We regret to notice
Terry. says there is too
heat in Chicago. We
her.


that Ellen
much steam
can't blame


Any platform entertainer who has
to struggle through a duet with a
noisy steam radiator will cheerfully
admit the justice of the Terry criti.
elam. For instance, just imagine the
."Quality of Mercy" speech with a
team knocker accompaniment
'" quality--bang-of mercy--
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CoamiMloA Merchant.


Wbollesale M It aI PNduce
GQUTHeRN FRUITS ANS VeSSTASAM A aA4 T
N.w *Wa STRKT, N .W. WNNITM &


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tdd IveDFrost, mOdmsak Vesd..Y
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Acoount sales and Check Daily. 8tenoul a& 4Stamps turamlshe a
appllcatioa.
Referenoes: Merchants' National Bank, BalUmore; MurohlsM NaUtie
el Bank, Wilmington, N. 0.; New York Produce xZohaula p
Wire or write today for quotations. Agent ,ast*4.
1etabullAhed M4
16 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANGES.

Ceorrish Brothers
52 and 54 MASS
Commercial St. BOSTON
@0MMISION MBN11ANTh

Members of Katioal u" aiea 0 omasias Moercaats t IL. r
3Rteesaees The Item. 4th Net Baak, Boates. .
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J. N. ROBSON & SON
THE OLD RELIABLE

Commission Merchants
1 Sast Bay and 1 and t At.
lantic Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Respectfuly Solicit your Shipments of ORANGEB, TANGORINM, OGRAPM
FRUIT, PINEAPPLB sad other Fruits and Vegetables in Bmon.


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