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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 18, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- San Mateo (Putnam County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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. 22. SAN MATEO, FLA., MARCH 18, 191 1. Pblibsul Wiky, $1.00 a Tear.


IO Kewsa o the week



Mr. J. W. Night spent the early
part of the week In Ocala.

Mrs. Albert Mobley has been visit-
Ing her old home in San Mateo this
week.

Mr. J. W. Burling returned to San
Mateo Wednesday and will remain
for some time.

H. S. Byant, of Canton, Mass., was
in San Mateo Tuesday visiting the
Fruit Company's grove.

Miss Eloise Hills returned yester-
day from St. Augustine where she
Shas been spending the week.

Mr. Hugh Boring with Benedict-
1 9lak & Co., of Jacksonville. was
calling in San Mateo yesterday on
business.

Mrs Orlando Barrelle, of South
Hartford Conn.,who expected to get
down this way this spring passed
away on Dec. 27th.

Two traveling Mormons lectured
at the'school house Thursday even-
ing to an audience that would hard-
ly be a comfort to Joe Smith.

Miss Katherine Ralph arrived here
Tgeaday from the Cathedral School
In Washington and is spending soine
tme with her mother at Idlewild.

M r. Willis C. Mills who spent a
S W lter here on the Flagler grove or
perhaps before it was purchased
S from Mr. Baeon was in Palatka this
week.

'i on. S. W. Rowley and Mrs.
ewlep~ returned today from DeLand
V bre they have been for several
a 4 attending the Stetson Musical
Mui.l

r. and Mrs. Foleh, of Ayer,
S Mts., wh6 oeoupled the MoIhane
ale for pometiao last seaon
SIn tow's Thursday driving over
s Palathka.

bon b lft fIn th drawbridgeTt
a put trafile on the bUak this
i IS Is now reported that it
be early aext week before they
e draw ia worktag order. She
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Rain is badly needed through this
section. If we don't get some pretty
soon some orange trees will be put
out of business to say nothing of a
big loss in blossoms.
$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-
iness. Eureka Poultry Food Mfg.
Co. (Incorporated), East St. Louis,
Ill. 2-4-4t
Mr. Wi. Beggs, of Woburn, Mass.,
and Mr. Howard Bracken, of Hope-
dale, Mass., who are spending some
weeks at the Clarendon at Seabreeze
took a run over here Thursday re-
turning to Seabreeze Friday p. nm.

L. A. Derby left Wednesday for
his home In Lowell after several
weeks at the Idlewild. Mr. Derby
will make the trip by rail stopping
over at Washington and New York
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tuttle left
Monday for their home in Groton.
They will stop at a number of points
on route and expect to consume a
week or two before reaching their
destination.

Mrs. C. A. Bailey entertained a
number of young people last Sat-
urday evening In honor of her guest
Miss June Brown. Games and light
refreshments were enjoyed during
the evening and all pronounced the
affair as a very pleasant one.

Lee Cornell and Burt Pitcher re-
turned yesterday from a few days in
Jacksonville and Atlantic Beach.
While in Jacksonville they purchas-
ed a small motor boat which they
are expecting here today.
Mr. Julian Sutherland blew in
from Jacksonville recently with a
new E. M. F. 80 car which he lhas
purchased for the encouragement of
hiis trotting stock and to prove his
appreciation of the shell road to
Dunn's Creek whwh is rapidly near-
ing completion. The new machine
is "mighty becoming" and as an d-
dition to the Sutherland outfit i1 es
the Dunn's Creek Turpentine camp
one of the most flnilhed in the State.
It lacks little but a "wireless ala-
tion" of being complete and after
seeing that road the wonder is that
Mr. Sutberland didn't become ad-
dicted to the hbotk-wagop before.
If you have any poultry or es
for eale, or if you are In ay way ln-
terested In poultry-ralslng, send
year s**e a peaIl wi to e.
We hre someing of a trat t for
yoe. Addre The Tampa Weekly
TIee, Tampa, 9la. t44s


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Under 8ec. 9 of Chapter 4~4. Iawn of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. F.
Uanaa. purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 720, dated 6th day of July, A.
D. 1891 has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate eln braces the
following described property situat-
ed in Putnam County, Florida,
t-wit:
Net of uwt Section 17, Township
12, 8. Range '7 E-40 Acres.
The said land being assessed at
the date of issuance of such eprtif
nate in the name of Unknown No. 453.
Tnleass said certificate hall he re-
denieed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 20th day of
March, A. I)., 1911.
Witness my ofcial signature and
Real this the 18th day of February
1911.
HaNay HUTOlINSON,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam Countv, Florida.
By Henry Hutchinson, Jr., D. C.
No. 886.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Under See. 8 of Chapter 4m8., Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that J. C.
McCoy, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. Oi0, dated the 6th day of April,
A. D. 1892 and Tax Certificate No.
212, dated 6th day of July, A. I). 19U8,
has filed said certificates in my of.
fice, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue in accordance with
law. Said certificates embrace the
following described property situat-
in Putnami County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot 14, 111k 248 embraced in Ctf.
No. 830 and Lot 16, BIk 248 embraced
In Ctf., No. 212, all in City of Palat-
ka.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certifi-
cate No. 880 in the name of Eliz. Zach-
ary and certificate No. 219 in the
name of Levi Cusack.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 8rd day of
April A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 4th day of March, A. D.,
toll.
HxNRY HUTOHINSON,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Cournt,
Putnam County, Florida.
By Henry Hutchinson, Jr. D. C.
No. 842.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
.Under see. 8 of Chapter i40, lAw of rlorlda.
Notice las hereby given that Clino
8. Galo, purohaser of Tax Certlf-
oate No. 880 dated the 4th day of
June. A. D., 1194, has filed said
certifloate tn my ofie, and has madt
application for tax deed to issue In
accordance with law. Bald certif-
lcate embraces the following 'de-
scribed property situated in Putnam
Caunty, Florida, to-wit:
Oov't., lot 4.l section 11, Township
1S, 8. Range SM .--S aGres.
The laid land being assessed at
tbe d'te of t*e Isuance of sabh cer-
asl oe In the name Unknown. I
Unless aid ertitoiate shall be re- I
deemed according to law, tax deedI


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will Issue thereon on the 17th (lay of
A ril. A. 1)., 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 18th dav of March, 1911.
[Seal] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putinain County, Florida.
Ily II. H1utchiisoii, Jr. D).C. No.346

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
'lTAX DEED.
lenderr ste. M of Chlia ter 4x Iawui of Florida.
Notice is herebly given that Clin,
S. Gale. purchaser of Tax Certif-
cate No. 275 (latled. tlhe Oth day of July
A. I). 1913. has filed said certificate
in lily office, and hlias made applica-
tion for tax deed to isseo in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate ill-
braces the following dl ehril.bed prop-
erty situated in Putnamn County.
Floridn. to-wit:
Adjd.. Se cor.. Gardner (Irait.
Hudnall rant, Section 41, Town-
shli) 13, S. Range 26 E-3 Aeres.
lieo said land being assPeied at the
date of the issuance of such certif-
icate in the name of Joseph Hicks.
Unlets said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 17th day of
A ril, A. 1). 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal thit the 18th (day of Marclt, 1911.
HENRY lI'Tll I NON,
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnani County, Florida.
By H. Hutchinson, Jr. D.C. No. 844

Notice.
San Mateo, Florida.
February 10, 1911.
The Annual Election of Town Of-
flcers for the Town of Sail Mateo
City, Florida, will be held at the
Depot, Tuesday, April the 4th, 1911.
for the purpose of electing:
A Mayor,
A Clerk and Treasurer.
A Marshall.
Three Memberb of Town Council.
Registration books are open at
Post Office until such date.
Attest. J. 8. ROWILEY,
HAROLD W. HxLL, Mayor.
Clerk.

Mr. Baker who has the hard road
contract Hastings to Palatka and
San Mateo should flanislH his hard
surfacing in another week. A few
hundred feet only he lacks mnow.
With the shell road complete across
Dunn's Creek and building on to
Satsuma well under way and with
the Satsuma Company's chip road
Satsuma to Welaka opens up a
mighty pretty ride.

Traffic on the F. E. C. Ry., these
days is something fierce. We under-
stand the road has borrowed a num-
ber of engines and still haven't half
enough to handle the business. A
big freight train tied up at East Pa-
latksa some hours this week. Crew
had run for 16 hours and for lack of
another crew had to tie up. All
trains running anywhere from an
hour to t4 boure late.


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e si Whatt My beautiful ma.
Na* _ *
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A palousminded New Yorker, who,
h Ne*eN of aIs di460ed4 outlook on
SIMI, haes eat his so, aged twelve, to*
Seq*ieularly strict and proper board-
S" eebool In New ntgland, unexpect-
Syielted the school last week. As-
e'talmlsg the location of hbaid young
.e fl's room, he climbed the four
ht fl of stairs necessary to reach it
-, d entered. On a mammoth pla-
4W.d suspended from a steel engrav-
t la of "Washington and Oenerale"
i lpreseeted to the youth as a Christ-
ase sift by his admiring parent) was
Ohwe cheerful sentiment:
"Don't spit on the ceiling. We have
Slot our ladder."
A Ruling Passion.
"Uncle Plichpenny spent a great
deal of time at the home of George
Washington."
"Yes. He couldn't be persuaded to
stop looking for that dollar George is
said to have thrown across the Poto-
mane."
EDITOR BROWNE
Of The Rookford Morning Star.
"Abgut seven years ago, I ceased
drtinkin coffee to give your Postum a
trial.
"I had suffered acutely from various
forms of indigestion and my stomach
had become so disordered as to repel
almost every sort of substantial food.
My general health was bad. At close
Intervals I would suffer severe attacks
which coaened me In bed for a week
or more. Boon after changing from
oofee to Postum the Indigestion
abated, and in a short time ceased
entirely. I have continued the daily
use of tour excellent Food Drink and
assure you most cordially that I am
indebted to you for the relief it has
brought me.
"Wishing you a continued success, I
am Yours very truly.,
J. Stanley Browne,
Managing Editor."
Of course, when a man's health
shows he can stand coffee without
trouble, let him drink it, but most
highly organised brain-workers sim-
ply cannot.
The drugs natural to the coffee ber-
ry affect the stomach and other organs
and thene4 to the complex nervous
system, throwing it out of balancaoe and
producing disorders In various parts
of the body. Keep up this daily poles-
eobingl ad serious disease generally
pervenes 8o when man or woman
fds n that coffee is a smooth but dead-
ly eanemy and health is of any value
at all, there is but one road-quit.
S It is easy to flad out if coffee be the
eaose of the troubles, for if left off 10
aysad Postum be used la Its place
sad the eick and diseased conditions
f bee to disappeer, the proof l un-
tum Isenot good If made by short
bellmti It must be boiled full 16 lmin-
K- ,M after bofling begtie, when the
]nlm hvor anad the tootd elments are
K '-I~jest et of the Sraie sad the bev
oa res r to tulAnU its ilis eOf
'EiNsomfort sad reewig the
Hui^'"-l ern centers broken dewf


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u swe rvlt bodyv us attl SUS
lied that the d t oad
Into the mstaI, with to h "t tiat
this0 my al m of the doe0
was en y vfbdiU t WqpI* t
declare hast there s bmpise
the coure, or IMb there m fh
many yes.
NO other plysal et re 4df the
-es is subject to mo-n psW__
to si eroatio that is tbt gn
shum Al Jarau of diut an
laid to itshargs& It is a pd thuy
of my that the Ampus Cl of wa
rope is greatly a&eeted by it, bid
this idea is held by high authd-eILti
siv as is commonly thought. Prte
ticaly starting at the Florida straits,
whee Its volume is mado up by the
union of currents, it ceases to be a
true current by the time it reaches
the southern limit of the greud
banks, where it becomes s rfa
drift, governed by the winds. The
government epe ts aver that thea
has been absolutely no material
change n the gulf streams course Is
modern times.

WANING.


ton who tu lte*4 tMM
t~Wll. I w M A t I we uM
faint away and hd dhs .
Piasily a new doctor ev d sad
he smid that had kids"y troune lad
pye me medicine, of whisA I took nv-
nd bottom. I obtained rome lWe *m
r.. but I wu Utings weMkW e the
time; I 4o"Md not asep d wered so
no& pina that my h "Ad end ebfdlN
ad toUliftmeiinandoutabeld. After
this time two friedo nat se weed *tot
Dr. 1mhr'es Swa p-R.ot, whidk I- ad,
And I am Id to " that theI dore
OR M t nd After the

It t Otte of waOfoot
and I f tt ow mylife
wondul rmedyI 7i% two y do*-
toen Md that i could not lie three
months; my rian was in a terrib eaon.
dition-thick and s y-ad I would have
to be helped in and out of bed t n to
twenty times every nict. After taking
Dr. Kilmoer Swamp-Root for two day4 I
w entirely free from getting up and
could sleep soundly.
MRS. D. E. HILEMAN.
Tunnelton, West Va.
Personally appeared before me this
llth of September, 1900, Mrs. D. E.
Hileman, who subscribed the above state-
ment and made oath that the same is true
in substance and in fact.
JOSEPH A. MILLbR,
Notary Public.


Pre What wm -Reet WIN Do Per Yoes
8end to Dr. &Kmer & Co., Bingham-
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
-*I a bout the kidaeys and bladder. When
writing, beo ure and mention this paper. I
For asle at all drug stores. Price fifty-
cents and one-dollar.
Severe Critics.
Alice-I like Tom Immensely, and
he's very much of a gentleman, but he
does like to talk about himself!
Oraoe-Yes, dear, your nalht hath
a thousand I's.-Puek.


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of more than one per ct. in the
mineral wilkite from Finland, aad
in small amount for many oher
minerals. By a st4matia erie ofa
fractionations it is poible to ap.
arate eandium from most emocitd
elements; ytterbium the most di-
fcult to separate beanum its nitnt
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d Newburg, Ind. "continuous hurting in my side; was
always tired, and, every month, had such pains I could
har*d stand. I was treated by the best doctors In our t9wnn,
for more than a year, without any help.
At last, I took Cardul, and It worked wonders. Before I
had taken one bottle, I felt better. Now, I feel better thas
la two years, and owe it all to Cardul."
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KTJ-MV al Ma weary of life.-Job


S -e twam Job, with a large happy
...iy, had lived nla comfort surround
4 r Beflele and herd and great abun
se Bt calamity after calamity
seM hi le Te aba s carried
io eal; the Ughtatng fell apos
sheep; the Chaldeans took away
AA slme bw"uded his sWon
i &a the. baIdlag; he hbfmsel
WN nAft t from ead to foot with
l W0o6oe sores. And Job began tc
rish th"t he was dead-perhaps he
'fa thought of commlttUng suicide.
.mt mIty a tleken Job is only
SaWS a fta tutioate who, orusheod
Searth by the releatlNes weight ol
,defaty, have eked out a miserable
eiteanoe, while perhaps the mind has
besa crowded with thoughts of self
4.detruction. We ane moved therefore
tto ask, with Job of old and with the
poor wretch, the tragical ending of
'whose life is noted In last night's pa-
per.
Now one's answer to this question
depends, not so much upon the expe-
riences. painful and pleasurable,
through which he passes, as upon the
significance which he attaches to those
experiences. This is conclusively
shown from the fact that from no
quarter are the answers Uniform.
Out of similar conditions one be-
walls existence while another rejoices
in It. Prom the Afres of persecution
thete osmea back to our question, now
a polUve negative, now as possible
an affirmative, and again a mere ques-
tion polat such different estimates
of life pow out of a man's fundas-
mental beliefs-they seem often to de-
pend absolutely upon his experiences
-the experiences often affect the be-
iefs; but a man's philosophy of life
Is the determining factor.
One man declares there is no God;
another believes In the Christ reve-
lation of God-and they reach differ-
eat oonelusions as to whether life is
worth living.
Take the Ast man who denies the
eausteaos of a personal God. Then, for
him, there's no conscious, Intelligent
volitional cause for his existence. His
own mental and heart powers are ima.
ply unique products of such materials
and forces as food, water, light, air,
beat and electricity. He is but a crea.
tiWre of circumstances, developed from
a material thing-call it a protoplas-
mic germ-into a sentient being that
hungers and thirsts, suffers physical
ala. writhe aIn mental agony.
Xr"al respona illty is excluded;
Wer's no moral source for it-no
higher moral to be held responsible to.
T.Oen there's no obligation resting up.
as the stroag to regard the weak; the
JA.latst ulan. IS as In noset as the
babe he murders, groveling millions
must sifer to no purpose, for no dl-
Mretl God means no directing pur-
poae. To endure for a Use Is of no
avall, or immortality has no mean.
he soul is but a Igalst o& the imag-
Satloa*; Imagination Is but a bubble
-itleg out of brain tissue; human
los merely the eferveacence whichlb
pwee of from chemical reaction.
T ad ps.mnIsm of Voan Hat
Sa soad Schopeaihaur tIs widely ao-
apted doctrine of life today. Von
,lartma aind o purpose a history;
slmply increases maa's con-
i of the vanity of life. Schop
'N sa7 : "To live t to deaire,
Udslive s to want, to wanT I to auf-
-; .ipe, to live t to suner.
t average ai eanot ecape
ka coavovtion that God livee and
rlgns What amwer. thea, does the
sill se who w oily the s mora.
MSM9sm c4 dl ssfeabUi from aa-
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ho* mig se 5aO~ba of M
hedt. AAf heC els the t abrdesa
MAn with 1 06qp of mercy. Coanolse
rts out hitulilt; swift pSnaltle tasl*
JA when physical law is violated sN
geat dire consequences for the violW
tion of moral law.
To square himself with an angry
God he mutilates his body, cotisgas
his children to the flames, expects to
become an Ixyon bound to a revolving
wheel, a Tantalus with an Insatiable
thirsLt. To drown the voice of con-
science he plunges into dissapation or
throws himself Into the turmoil of
trade, and yet conscience speaks.
He tries to fulfill its behest, btft the
man, tempted in all points like as he,
yet without compass or rudder, he
struggles In turbulent waters to enter
a harbor of safety.
And that harbor may be the very
vortex of a whirlpool, for he knows
not his own destiny. To this man who
knows not Jesus Christ, it is a real
question whether life be worth living.
Job never doubted the existence of
God, but he knew him not as a fath-
or. and in the hour of calamity he
cursed the day of his birth.
To the Christian man, how, er.
there can be only an affirmative a&.
swer to our question. God is Christ
revealed to him; and he is borne Irre-
sistibly onward through all circum-
stances, murmuring: 'All things work
together for good,' 'Not a sparrow fall*
eth,' 'Whom the Lord loveth he chae-
t.neth.' 'Adversity yieldeth the peace-
able fruits of righteousness,' 'Surely
he bath borne uu-. griefs und carried
our sorrows.'
The Test of Today.
There is no hardship ahead of us in
life that may not be made easier by
our doing the hard thing of today
with unflinching faithfulness. And
every hardEhip or temptation that lies
ahead will be the harder to meet by
any failure of ours in today's test.
This day's testing and trial are sure
to be severe. It may even seem un-
fairly so. It may be the hardest we
have ever yet known. It is sure to
seem dull, and unattractive, and ut-
terly lacking in those elements of hero-
Ism that seem to mark the achieve-
ments of the world's great victors.
But that is what makes it hard to the
point of being worth while. And here
is another reason for taking up Its
challenge valiantly; "For this oomr
''mandment which I command thee this
day, it is not too hard for thee, neither
is it far off." How we ought to rejoice
that there is something close at hand
that is great enough to test us but no)
great enough to break us when oui
trust is firmly fixed in God.


Indwelling of the Spirit.
The absolutely necessary condition
on which the heart can be filled with
the holy spirit is that it first be
emptied of sin. Whose is the work of
emptying? It is not the work of the
seeker. He who seeks for the indwell-
ing of the spirit will seek long and in
vain, if he undertakes to do the empty.
Ing. As he casts out one evil thing
another enters. The evils are too
many and too strong for him to eapt
them all out. Many sincere souta
have given up the task In despallr
others are still laboring on, without
good hope of success. The seeker,
however sincere he be, cannot alone
empty his own heart. The emptyiln
la not of works, but of surrenderlag
faith. If willing and anxious to be
omptlel of all sin, the willing shall
know of the experience that it is of
God. Grace alone can t empty the
heart of evil and fill It with good. It
sla the same divine power that emptle
and fills.


What Religion Suppilee.
Every life must have fore., It atwl
have a reason or compelling motve;
and it must have an Ideal. Reigles
supplies all three. Relon isto
tive; roligion to is d4namlme; re is
MeaL-Rev. N. 6. WatesM, Coq .
tieMmst, 5reoh~a, NI X


WINTE


WINTER


ison 1910-I L


RACE MEETING


MONCRIEF PARK


JA KSONlVILLE, PLA.


Ausple ofA
'f FLOIDNA 111 ITOCK AND AGECULTUIAL STATI
FAn AOO ATINL


-CONTINUING 100 OR MORE DAYS-

Presenting the Highest Class Horses and Best
Jockeys on the American Turf.


MU -I uaUIUMT f3 BiML-4
mim b flm id= ad


To V. Cshen, Preaid t,
H.* D. Brown, Vice Prsdent & General Manager,
F. J. Pens, Secretary-Treasurer.


SHIP US

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

T. F. PARK k CO.
REFERENCE-THE PACKER.


344 Washington St.


NEW YORK.


Smith's Home-Made Candy--All Kinds

Chocolate Bon-Bons, Kisses,


BUTTERCUPS, TAFFY AND MIXTURES.


Ice Crem Parlor.


Hot and Cold Drinks


4RUITi, NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO CARRY FULL LINE
OF HUYLER'8 CANDIES.


L.A. SMITH,


Palatka,Fla.


WILLIAM TURNAGE


HARDWARE



Stoves, Tinware, Orockery, Doors, 8ash'

and Blinds, Paints, Oils, Etc.


Universal Prcolators, Carvers I Food Choppers


IWhose 3


111 Thia B4isaLldig, Lemon St.
JIPALATKA, FLA.I


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a8i Washington St., New York.

Oranges and Grape Fruit.

Account Sales Readered Daily.


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SOUTYHM IVRlITABLES


PINBAPPeBS
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LOCATION. ATTRACTION, ADVA.


TAGE&


ISfrmaen for the Vieltw or HNm


rekerh


SOU inRN STATM WmITU (a ft Kentuey -sw bbted
* ie s-s) 4 alet wayrte Iil id. (S/ old -l b, "MeT.)
M OM WI RT (or leder). r*y AIN "a40 4

j. OL~ AN *ti (trie' w lew), rt the glr it TM ; 4
M tuarts I. aproe prepaid.
ANmL1T R (a rst em faitoy whiskey). My U -afleM m ; 4
Sqi t 9t *r pi'ral.
TAPO-LIsJ (a par old4 eoral omor whishr, beoW tet kih),
im OW a to nre" pweald. eI" to ) *69
KLBAN KUT KORN (a pure old Keataeky eo whley, bhteed to
bEad), 4 full q Iurts 4. Iapre pat.L
OLD KMTUKT OOBN (dredt from beoaed wroheu). y othe
gacon is. 4 rull quMrts # 0.' Ik ,-M.
POINT- CLUB (a be ean for tohe -rm). '* he gaoles L;
4 fun quarts $.,. press prepail.
IND FOR OUR PRICO ULT--MAUr 9M


Altiayer*Flauai %cpa. Ii

Jacksonville, Fla.



Taplln's Improved Fruit Washer
C THE ONLY WASNIR I
USEO IN SAN MATMU -

THE TAPLIN IS THE ONLY
WASHNR THAT MMUOVS
ALL WHITES PLY, SMUT AND
DIRT.


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L*altion.
saw Mate%* Putam CoaWty, iW dl
m-as the east bank of the S
Mas Rle, sad m fao t abeve It.
ThW highest poiat i Ferdma. deat d
o St. Johns river, whOl Is e haIlf
isa ie t tisa pab at.
1Ia mie row m Palatl Or weom
seamt, (dty df ,000)., W SWles from
9 Augte ad abo t. Is les
Wm maoksoavlWe.
Thq terminus of a branch of WK
ierida a st Coast Railway. The de
pet beag threequarters of a uas
iea the river wharf.
Advantage and Attractions.
San Mateo has good shelled roads
-id mle of hard Sidewalks. Beaut
et wateroaks line both sides of
etOS, and meet overhead la many
Two oharche, public and private
ieoels, telegraph, telephone, express,
Iowey order postoflfce, three mails
Gally, meat market, two general
stres, who take orders and deliver
pods at your door, weekly paper.
The flace is Incorporated. The
state and county taxes are about 20
mills on about one-third valuation.
Good hunting and fishing, deer, tr
hey, ducks and quail, black bass and
other Florida fresh water fish.
Good boarding house, Byrlyn Place
Mpen winters; rates eight to tea del-
bra per week; W$.O0 day.
Six thousand people west through
the San Mateo Fruit Company's grove
aem last season.
One of the best advantages S-a
Mateo enjoys Is transportation bedso
both river and rail Is an advantage
(hat few Florida points enjoy. A re-
eent season tor instance, railroads
d termna~s at Jackasovlle .were
more than congested andtruit ship
ped from points down the central
part of the state was, In some eases.
tree weeks getlng to Jacksonville,
m route to northern market, ad
44 snot bring enough to pay frelght,
While San Mateo shippers, at same
tie. would ship from here one day
ad have fruit go out of Jacksonville
si the Clyde slip the next. This Ut.
Ue matter that season alone was
worth thousands of dollars to the Ian
Eateo growers and the homoseeker
will do well to bear In mind trans,
portatUon and cheap rates that some
with competition, in selecting a Flor-
ida location.
The population Is about MO, who
eame mostly from the northern states.
As a elass they are men of means,
rgresslive and sociable. Have a bet.
tr elass of homes than can be fuund
i any place la the south of its soi.
tSe bldneius kept painted ad
pounds am good order.
Healthfulness.
O maounat of Its high altitude.
l U te year rounMd or for the vi
I visitors. oPer thoes who come to
Psea on0 account of health, many
"- Lhi higher altitude, dry sad
balay air Il better than the lower,
O eharah air found la salt water
* Susinees.
The priaelp buaees is orange
rtag. do me 400 Maw I ro s
el heri, aed as thte povee pvdt
is, these Is set mmh attestlos paid
er eMs. alstHoush thee are me
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steames n:N p. .. ry day but

3. & V.line from Palatha 8 p. a.
Tuesdays, Thubdeaylsn Sat ys
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strument and strike keys e ladilsated.
Chart **sent pest pad for *lI0.
Agents wanted ywhe q.
THE GOLDEN KEY TO
BOOKKESPING
A work that tese be&wepling
at a gianee. *Lvep the ytes. of
debits oredits, jdrn ag, pturda
and balancing by dalram. The -.
th $2rs price for he wok le" 00.
We mail it, petld, fc r $15t.


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MST4-CLASS ORANGEBOXES


FRUIT & VEGETABLE CRATES


- O all Kinds, Orange Wraps, CementCoated Nails,
;,j' Cypress Field Bome, Spruce Pole Ladders, Etc.


9 WR

Pala1


From
A& -m Wi


LITE FOR PRICES.

bka Ice Factory

PURE ICE

Distilled Water.
ae4-Vs m"PO N ATT IN eO .

S PALATKA. PLA.


raes ww.. ^r n T
anted 9C


- lorida Oxzaunges G, Oawopefruit nd
Soukthe n l ly Vtegetableo
Or loti saId mall shipment. Prompt returns on consigned good&

KYLE PRODUCE CO.
OHATTANOOCA, TENN.


Leek for Trade Mark on Crown and Label
The Most Htlthful and Refreshing Drink.


The only authorized bottlers are


:-Pa Ct ocar ol Bottlm l Co
iDWARD UIMER, Prop.,
MMG w Ale aMd Soda Waters.


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Florida's First Firm in
New York: Largest handlers
of Florida


Fruit anid Vtebes

in New York oity. Branch
offices, Washington, D. 0.,
Jacksonville, Fla., Miami,
Fla. We are absolutely the
headquarters for fanoy fruit
in our market, espeelally
East Coas

Oranges and 5rapefrult

We make a specialty ot
small lots, carefully, packed.
We have always put out a
great deal of energy to make


San Mato Fruit


well known. Our results
speak for themselves.


I.Cntrs


IPALATKA RPA.


EUROPEAN


FURNISHED
...ROOMS...


HOT AND COLD
BATHS.


KILL mu OOUOCH
AD CURB THa LUNOS
WTH Dr. Ki 's

Nw Discovery
FOR C 81" $Iin.
AD ALL TH OAT AND LUNG tooL...
GUAEATWDBAT182AOm0
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R. S. Mooney
umeur to W, now & OS.

Furniture

PUmNRA. SUPPLIEs.
Pae I. Nest door Keasorly.
LAr tr"L-. mardwar Os
PALATKA, FLA.


Notice:


Most of the groves,
fruit from which we
handling, this season,
protected by


the
are
are


Imrckiet da e -eiten,


absolute
cold.


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maneral Offlces,'Jackson
ville, Florida.


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PALATKA.


Extra

Fine Paints
Oil, aralsbes and Wall Pape.
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tw SwellFru ommOdsOak Wedv*~
will hmoa ow kaw~Ugw dal"e
mi-61m Wedo mg sllto coteloghoUNs. Vihlr aw &aRoW.,tdsSih
Got o. T. CA TAL"iAM FKL AUM7CAE5.PWE.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE, CO* Cl EV LAN4D, 0.


KUNNZ, MARSH & PENDLETON


P. A LBoW y.


S. IL Bohl


170 READE STREET,


NEW YORK


Tour fruits and vegetables to the live heuN


F. KURTZ


CO0


6 WEST STREET .---- -- - - NEW YORK.
Freight rates from Florida west are nearly double those east freo
California. We have been endeavoring for some time through the TIo
terstate Commerce Commission to have Florida rates reduced and hope
to succeed. Patronize those who patronize you and ship to us because
we ave working for all Florlda shoppers' interests. No other receiver
has offered us their assistance sad we are working for your Interest.
Our reputation Is for quick returns and satisfactory results.


ORANGES


RAPE FRUIT and

PINEAPPLES


Reareaoost Irving national Bank, The Packer, Fruit Trade Jour ial.
eresatle Agencles and any responsible house nla the United State.

ESTABLISHED 1867.

PHILLIPS & 8ON8
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
M4mbier ef NaRIonal League of Cemm lesion Mershante of the United States
SFlorida Fruits and Produce


OUR 4PRVALTY.
4 IMPORTgRS AND SXPORTRSMI
mi" RaNcastOhatham NaileWaSankv N. V.1 Aetna Natlensi Bekt N.
Y.1, IndOflt TmuuiCe. N. YV. and Cemmoersal Agenelee
~,w obl"4TrNS4MO*TO.. maw,...M WY RK.


GRAPKFRUIT.'frANGERINES. PINIKAPPL4ES. ETC, "10
M ON MERCHANTS BY T648. 9 .AT.T
PgsmoVU TOTHIS G5~'


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BROS.,


la the live market, aa Ue street:


914 LOET ITDF.


SAL7INDJUIL A.


Account Sales and Chick Dailly. Steals sa& taMspe fthanet- as
application.
Refereneee: Merchantr National Bank, BaJtivere; Muroklm Nailm
l Bank, Wilmington. N. C.; New York Produce Bzehaaga -
Wke or write today for quotations. Ageate s tea
EAR EXPERIENCE IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANE
2 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SELLING FLORIDA ORANGE.


12mm
COomm


Cerrish Brothers
."*s, BOSTON.
racial St. B OST iNo
oOMM ISIu 4 M![CHANTSl


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letereaee R The Item. 4th Nat Bank Boetes.
WRITU U8S FOR nT4lNC"A


J


THE OLD RMEUAce


Commission Merchants


136 ast Bay an 1nd I d I At.
lantio Wharf, Charleston, C.,


Respeotully Solicit your Shipments of ORANNOM, TANGERINM GRAPI
FRUIT, PINEAPPLES and other Fruits and Vegetables ina eseo


McCorLicLt ibbs & Ca


-40MMISSION MERCHANTS-


/L'bRIDA FRUITS and P~RODW
In WASmHIMTON islTRT -- --- lgi f -'


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SB OP STAYS TROOPS ASK
I' TO PARTICIPATE IN
TEXAS MANEUVERS.


|tO OL OF INSTRUCTION

A,.A Qe4" 3 P kWleives Urgent
" Telepam from Washlngton Con.
earning Treeps Movements.


.^ ', AulasUine.-The National Guar
" o FPlorida is to participate, to somr
Sietenut in the b styled "army mi
Wte4iVrs," which are Just commencin
along the southern border of Texas
ft the administrative offices of th
Pl'orIda military department, at th
state arsenal in this city, there hei
been much activity putting into e
feet the plan of the war dcpartmec
for having officers of the organize
militia of this state participate I
these maneuvers. --
The information given out from th
office of the adjutant general is thu
the division of militia affairs, has Ir
vited the state authorities to sugged
the names of a limited number of of
flcers of the National Guard of Floridt
who could be detailed to report camp
now being established in Texas. Tit
officers so detailed to go there for ta
purpose of observation and instru<
tion in connection undertaken. Th!
Information was received by tclegran
and messages were at once dispatched
to the commanding officers of th
various posts in Florida submitting
the proposition, and requesting th
recommendation of officers who cai
make It oonvenient to attend.
Asked as to the special significance
of this movement. General Foste
states: "No significance should bi
attached to the matter, other than, a
frankly stated from the war depart
meat,. it is a part of the genera
scheme for the instruction and trali
ing of the mobile troops of the army"
which, of course, includes the organic
sed militia. This general scheme
inaugurated during the administration
of Mr. Root as acretary of war, ii
being proceeded with along practical
and progressive lines. It may ue aia
to have commenced with' the abolish
meant of one and two company posts
and the conosmration of the mobile
troops at posts where whole regi
meats, or even a brigades could be ac
commodated. This' has been follow
-ed by minor maneuvers, and, later, by
the establishment each alternate year
of large camps of instruction, and the
conduct of more extensive maneuver:-
in which the organized militia ha)
been invited to participate, the mill-
tia forces being increased as this train-
ing has progressed, and as they have
become better equipped and prepared
for service in the field. The ultimate
purpose of these maneuvers has been
of course, to place the army In a con
ditiom of -better preparedness to re-
'spond quickly, efficiently and effec-
tivey ton ay emergeaey; to give prat-
UeJoa themlethods of mobilization and
man~ement, and to give opportunity)
for officers commnnian the large
mWt to work out in a practical way
ortMt tactical problems. The a&n
oeeulty for these maneuver camps
however, and for preparing the Billt
tia. has gives time for months of pre
paratios in advance of each occasion
Understeadlag all this, the laper
tit urpose which the present situa
eMrvnes is quite apparent. The
irft S being gives a practical teat
* h'e le eoOas which have been taugol
jIlg" the last *is or elht years, ant
1S*S this test eective, the sao-
are Satorally being obeerv
Ljh5%Iold obtain did an emergency


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, Tallahassee.-The attention of Gov-
Sernor Gillchrist has been Invited to
the- following:
"Ban Jose. Cal.-San Jose celebrated
invitation day by mailing the first lot
of 4,000,000 Invitations which are to
be sent by1-alifornians to friends and
acquaintances throughout the East,
inviting tnem to locate In this state.
The movement was started by th',
Southern Pacific railway, and is de
signed to attract permanent settlers.
rather than tourists. Each county In
Califorina is to send out its quota of
inviatioins, which are in the form of
attractive cards bearing views of the
different locations."
it look.i to Governor Gilchrist as tf
the Southern railway should be get-
ting Immigrants of Florida. There are
many who visit Florida from other
portions of the United States, and
from the world at large, who could
be Induced to send literature to their
friends and relatives In the various
portions of the world. The boards of
trade of the several cities and town in
Florida could accomplish much along
the lines Indicated. it does seem
strange that people 'will go to the
cold. desert, rainless areas of some)
portiosaa of the Wevt, when they could I
come to Florida. where Lhe conditions
are so much better.

**The good roads convention to be
held in Jacksoaville on March 281
prowites to be s great big success. |


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ties h wilt stimulate all etone s
ed to best endeavor. If the present
mobilization of troops, because a
these contemporaneous events, iAxe
'he public attention upon the great
progress toward a higher efficiency
which has been made by the army
since the war with Spain, and upon the
character of the tralta wbiebh Is
now being given our military force,
it will have served another purpose
fully as important as any that might
be suggested by our very general lack
of Information, about the foreign re
nations of the nation.

SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.

Sesalons will be Held In Tallahassee
March 28 to 30.

Tallahassee.-The Florida State Sun
day School association will hold its un.
nual convention In Tnllahadsee Marc t
28-30. Many prominent men of Flori-
da will participate in tals annual event
as wetl as many noted Sunday school
experts from various points In t1he
United State..
Hon. Albert W. (Gilchrint will deliver
the addre-s of welcome and Dr. Lin-
coin llilley, president of Stetson uni-
versity, will respond. President Ulach
cf Jacksonville, has been honored with
the place of president of this associa-
tion for a number of year and ha.-
done good and faitliful ,iervlce. Mr.
11. 13. Mintum of Jacksonville was so-
lected last year as chairman of the
executive committee and the passing
months have shown the wisdom of the
selection. Mr. John A. Futch of Jack-
sonville is treasurer of the associa-
tion. Mr. Futchi has done a fine piece
of work as treasurer. He has collect-
ed every penny subscribed by the
people in Jacksonville or in any part
of the state where he could see the
people personally.
Each Sunday school is entitled to
two delegates for the finrt 100 and one
delegate for each 100 or fraction there-
of above 100. All pastors and Sunday
school superintendents are delegates
by virtue of their office.

GOVERNOR GILCHRIST'$ IDEA.

Chief Executive Wants Settlers to
Come to State of Flerida.


wuntamm ing spear.
"He'll arrive," said the Democratic
leader, "if you'll only give him time.
lie is like Dr. Thirdly.
"Dr. Thirdly was dividing up his ser-
mon into its appropriate heads one
Sunday morning when a member of
the congregation shouted irascibly:
"'Meat, man! Give us meat!'
"'Well,' said Dr. Thirdly promptly,
'hold on, then. till I'm done carving.'-"


A man who thinks his work is worth
dollars a minute will spend an hour
looking for a dime he dropped In a
room.

Mrs. Wlaslow'sa nothing Syrup for Children,,
teethinl, softens the rams. redur.e lInfaammna
UOm. aIos pala.cures wiad colic, 2W a bottle.

How a married man doesn't enjoy
listening to one side of a spoony tele-
phone conversation.


Modern application is likely
tract the teeth of an old saw.


to ex-


Garfield Tea correets onstipation.
eleas. the system and uurifles the blood.
Good health s m maintained by its use.


Her savings are the ssaing of
a business girl.


alany


ZYMADPI9191prA=
KODAK 141Lras, a" darsea 111M.
AW I your roll and write 119Freamem Stal'%I The
Collego"Cu"P'" shouey Ivoys --mam 9

BASEULL F., u 1. loog mer ", wb. W Owl 2,1*4
uf wbolossle price% on Wulmille &I
Ole. us CDUJWR -W-ff, 9 obwbpf top, 0
FuiivFA


^"RUBBER STAMPS
omptly and properly made. Write
r^tt or iatftnf Mhowlin styll (ypel *te.
Trde rha.hk a ppvcialtr.
DIal.e Seal & Seamp C.. Admet
Men to learn Blaber Trade
In six to elght weeks. Tut-
WANTED tionth,u. with met of tools, O
Tuition with partial set o tof a, 13,5. It a -t
eMt4d in the Barber Trade. write 5l
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A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't. at least
try a medicine which has the record ofLydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, is, it would almost seem, to blame
for her own wretchedness. Read what this woman says
Ricghmo O., When my second daughter was hrtemt
mother old _was pronounced a hopeless invalid by speedlts.
SIam'a conasaltation of doctors and they said I bad a severe esoe
of uleratisn. I was In bed for ten weeks, had sinking spells
sad was pronounced to be In a dangerous condition. My father
insisted that we try Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound#
and brought me six bottles.' I soon began to Improve, and be-
fore 1 ha d all been taken I was as well and strong as ever.-my
friendly hardly recognized me so great was the change." MS
Woodso Branstetter, Rlchhmon4, Mo.
There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in
the United States who have been benefited by this famous
old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over
thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering.
Read what another woman says:-
Jonesboro Texas.-"I have used Lydia E.Plnkham's Vegeta4
ble Compounmd for myself and daughter and consider It une-
qualled or all female diseases I would not be without it for
anything. I wish every mother In America could be persuaded
to use It as there would be less suffering among our sex then.
I am always glad to speak a word of praise for Lydia B. Pink-
hamI's Vegetable Compound, and you are at liberty to use this
teltimon"laL- s. James T. Lawrence, Jonesbor, Teams.
Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we pub-
lish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help
these women it will help any other woman who is suffering
from the same trouble ?
For 80 year Lydia E. Pnkhams Vegetable q
mpon- -ha been the standard remedy for
feale o sick woman does Justice to
her-ef who will not try this famous me4cie.
Maideo mduvlY from roots and herbs sad
has =dooure to it credits
SIf the slightest troubleappears which ,
yoU do not understand, write to Mrs. '
am at Lynn, Mass. for er advice-It Is L(
free and always helpful.
In Its Due Order. Al
Champ Clark, at a dinner In Wash- Atlanta DireCtOEy
ington, pleaded indulgence for a some- .:.- s.-_..- ..--..., - .
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go d debred thpo it w "t sob
a samlew meothoA of direction the ceo
vematle, but t he mes d making the
sca *len *meet nteltis.


There is esrs Catarrh 4n this iMW
tilo of the country thaa all other dlo
eaes put together, aad until the last
few years was auppoed to bea Iear-
able. For a great many yaeM do40
tos pronounaod t a local disease
and prescribed local remedles, aad
by eosepty tallied to ure with o
cat treatW p oo d It ow
able. SIelnoe hba poe aArrW a to
be a oaetiutlonal disease sa thke
fora requires oa4lituUeaal tI-a -I- .
market It is take latesnaUy a
Hall's Catarrh Cure. m ,ara'ed
by r. J. Cheney f Co., Toledo,
is the only oonstit uaal oure on the
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfuL
It acts directly on the blood sad mu.
cous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollar for May
caso It falls to oure. *and for irou-
lae and testimonales.
Address, J. CHINBY & 00., '0o-
ledo, Ohio.
.old by druggslets, Te.
Take Hall's amly Pllus for oa-.
stpatUon. tf

Mina at Last Worked t.
The lbrg si lver mie I
oew have bhe" closed. after bevli
%M worked for seeven huadro yars

A Fieree Night Alam
S s the hoarse setartUa oou& of a
chid, suddenly attaemd by U roup.
6It aOUsA Lewis ChASMIo at
s Ohio (L. No. N for
Wr *ea se w pe reatR ab.
rat a IeP. pt" ap j
I he weteo Iwe w- af aI4l
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Saw pamrt of tho stat.. Our stock Is nade from t.ie best tlber la n i r*A
a a.eu" 0 sad our fweaulitles for fMaxl order for carload l ots a9 eSte j
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NOT.I. uV RPLICATION FOR
VAX DIMS 146 SBCTION 8
OF CHAPYA 4-, LAWS
OF FLODOA.
Ntes t i ay io It H. L M.
fras-rI purohasr of ta 0 eslto S
No. 104 dat .O Nday Ot Jaly, A. D.
IM sad NM ~ a ded 40t
aSy Je A. D. I Spe eds al
eortfet tes sv Msiat has
nb lepsm & MW deed, to Is

Saw ertiUes mbrap the -to
lowntag desertbed roerty, stated la

Weekm e8duy, l n w, mwi
cate No. 15 oI S3.Lat 1, 2,3,4
w. a" La-i, T. a. ak *, em
braed ft Oertleate No. PM4 of 1894.
all In low t Bo setwIek
The Or d lead bela" auaes ed at the
date of iessance of sauh certicatee
la the same of a. Hui lbethem, Par.
her &a Carraway aNd Ukaown, re.
speotivelyw.
Unlee said certlcate phalU be rer
deemed acordig to law, tax deed
will isee thero" c the S7th day of
Mareh, A. D. 1911.
Witaees my offtal Dnatuare and
seal this "th day af Fetruar, 1l11.
HEMTR H T9 W ON,
Clerk Ciracuit Court, Pwtam Coanty,
Floridas. rBy H. Hutoaen. Jr.,
D. C. No. 187.
tf (BaL)
NOTICE OF APtWAT40t FOR
TAX 0650D UNOC sq ToiN e
OF CHAPTER 48, LAWS
OPF LORIDA.


Notical is hereby give" that J. F.
Gams. pureber of tax usertate
No. k10, e th da of July, A.
dD. 1A hu e iate
offla, ean hAs mad. ngie for
tau dee4 to i.ae .a..eeee w
law. a"M etlleete e the
following deer4bd eppert actted
Is Putam oo. Plerlesa, to.wUt:
Northeast quarter of aorthw*et
quarter, ecitl 17, Township I,
South Reamg 17 East--o acres.
The said lea belag asehsed at the
date of snuaases of such Qprtloate IB
the 1ame iof taowm Nm 40 .
Uslee aid certilcoate shall be re
damed sooo elg to larw, tax dea
winl itue there a the 0oth dat of
MarWh. A. I111.
Witness my ctteial lmature. a4
ea this the 1th day t ebruary
1911.
MINT HiUTCHINSON,
Clerk Circt Court, C Couty.
Florida. By Hsry Hutk&Inou, Jr.,
D. C. No. 83.
L (Seal.)
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO R
TAX Ol I. UMEmI SECTION 6
OP ONAPT 0. .4W
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The e lead bete asMessed at the
daO of the ssuanoe of such certiflcate
ia the name of Booth and isher.
Unless said certlcte shall be re-
deemel according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 27th day of
MIarh, A. D. 1911.
Witness my official sInwatureo and
msal this 26th day of February, 1911.
HENRY HUTCHINON,
Clork Circuit Court. Putnam County,
Florida. By H. Hutchilson, Jr.,
D. 0. No. St9.
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has not drop us a line and we will
send circulars and prices.
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418 Golden Bagle Bldg.,
Machlaine Dept 48, Atlanta, a.

Attacks School Principal.
A severe attack on school principal,
Charles U. Allen of Sylvania. Ga., .i
thus told by him. "For more than
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FOR FLETSSEWS
CASTOR IA


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Want. Wrib Us...-


$18,000-ThlrteeM room house% es
story, nicely turnashed, all In good
repair. Packing houee River froMt
location and extedlag back over
halt mile. T8 acre lead. houne n
illtop. 90 feet above river. Grove
that has been producing $S,000 to $5,-
000 In fruit per year. Part of the
lad are seated for any fruit or vege-
table.

#550-Thtrty acre lad. rove
producing 800 to 00 boxes fruit
Houae within hundred yards of river
bank. Deep water close in Good
spring water. House has seven or
otght rooms. This is one of the pret-
ty looations in Florida. View of river
some two miles up and two down and
about one mile from poetoffle and
depot.

$2,000---bout thirty acre land ;
house of six or seven rooms. Grove
has about 200 to 800 boxes fruit this
season. Half mile from depot and
postofflee 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
$5,000. The two properties can be
bought to close this estate for about
$6,000 cash.
$250-Twenty acres fine land two
miles from postoffloe.

If you want a couple of rooms for
light housekeeptog or a cottage, wfite
us. Rates are $1D to $13 per month.
Oo It Now4

K, IL ba h lMads 1A Dade
osat ea sra let a ee lot4. s0o
per aW. M a wsat plneeape laad
or a pMery eSeady to bearla. write


* 41. A pretty tittle grove with flne
location for house on river bank,


About five hundred boes frtR thia
season. Wharf ao the property and
packing house. $31.00.

43-acre tract, one of the beet nla ea
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
0 asores cleared, fences not in beet
of shape, small house and peektag
house.

Five acres in San Mateo corpora-
tlon, 50ft. One-fourth mile froo post-
office; 11ie well for two or more lots
for winter oottage.

Building lots t good location, $100
to 600; 100x200 feet to I acted in
extent.

Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din-
neg room and large living room, about
two acres land recently set out la or.
lngo trees, nicely situated la eotr
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
or sale. Photo $1,000.
Fifty acres, part cleared., aillroad
one side, river on west: one nale
tfom Ban Mateo postoffice, on hard
road; $800.
Two thousand three huadved a se
Iring between Pastka and oas Ma-
tea. $12.50 per acre; railroad runs
through property; has frontage on St
Johns river and county is 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 HastiUngs die-
trict, which is but about three miles
from eastern boundaries. Flowing well
onr the property and a small orange
grove. Wells can be put down on any
part of it.

We have properties runn*u, from
a few bundred to $18,000. W.iteo a
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. PLA.


BEACH and MILLER LINE


THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.


Steamer "C'RESCENT"


SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND.

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


Leave Jacksonville . . 8:30am
Leave Green Cove Springs 10:30amm
Leave Palatka . . . 3:00pm
Leave Sam Mateo ... ... :. :30pm
Arrive Crescent City . 7:00pm


Leave Crescent City . . 7:00am
Leave Ban Mateo . . 9:O0am
Leave Palatka . . . O:30am
Leave Green Cove Springe 1:45pm
Arirve Jacksonville . 6:00pm


3. T. OLLARK, Traffic Manager, Jacksonville. R. J. ADAMS, Agent, Palatka
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COLORS FOR SPRING


IDICT OF FASHION IN CHILDREN'S
GARMSNTI.


Should Se Combined With White to
Have the Proper Effect-Long
Bodiee and Skirt Still
Favored.

Children's fashions all have an espe-
cial charm when made up In spring
materials, and this year a look of usn
unusual novelty Is added to this blithe
ness. Color put on whi:e is Immense
ly In vogue, bands, yokes and cuffs In


the moat vivid h 'e stowing om enowy
little frocks and aproas. This color
note with white ay take the tarm of
a very effective it simple embroidery
on a fine frock of marquisette, which
texture washes like a rag, sad Wvr,
often the needlework .la heavy bloos
will contain half a dosen rich colors.
A deep red, blue of the most Intense
Wsrt, black. oranMe, mahogany and
Sases are teats that appear i this
S needlework, which, whether hand or
Smache made, is called Bulgarials m-
broldery. Of course the small brooks
a treated need to be dryI-lesed a
the vivid trimming used eaaset be
can rooted on to stand the rigors of the
S washtub.
S levertheless, muw a little lawn
sat a fmrock may abow aeedlewerk
a e or three of tese rick ool
If the garment omses trm a a I
Sa shop that
a Vt of S wes-
likel to be warrated as

She bordered msualas was
NM4 eha.llle-. r ehaUMste is
wash satsve la- the
dhe Aad with
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Men sometimes wear white pique
collars with evening clothes to match
the fasAioeeble -bite pique shitsA.
Black velvet saMhes are osdudered
very stylish, easOt with a diamead
buckle, usiug very Olhtlwelght velvet.
The newest Dutbch ellar ldose t
the baok sad has a aves plited
jabot over ae* froat fte the neck

Many of the w leaese how a ame-
blMatlos a Mete and point de ols.
This last lace la is remsie htase.
COall Ies na Sb a usedt tor U1-
-i dr4ew beuossem mmdhr cO
tM of the silk ws s or daytmpe
W. .V


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All Depends.
"Want a good anecdote
statesman ?"
"'Was he rJelected ?"


dream, but when the child has pIased
five a touch of eolor Is newer, and it is
apt to appear if ly n the htm of rib
bon knots aed seaheb.
As to deial, the gareaIS of the
Strl of seven, perhaps, are pretty apt
to show some of the ines of her m.
ma's frocks, tor kimaoo ce t mare us
for bodoeas and there ane may tUeo
one-ppie gowan almost IdUeatl ta
line with those for ss owa pe. The dlf.
ferene come a la n s width of the
skirt, Ia a deo lItage of the neo k a
in very aort saeeve, all aIat die.
tinetly for summer wear showlag these
last points
Models for the tfnler children have
the babyish features suited to pudgy
Infantile figures, and with the dress.
up wash frock It Is pretty much the
rage to bate the child look as much
like a French doll as possible. The
long bodice and skirt--that is no more
than a tiny flounce with edge some.
times falUng short of the child's knees
-still obaprlse the favored model,
but tastead of the distinct sleeve the
bodice portion of the smart garment
Ie *cut in one with these details. Tno
fact, it is well nilh impossible to es-
cape the kimono Influence, and al-
though It may be rue In the ground
after awhile for the moment It is all
powerful
Among the accessories for little girls
are delightful sprons, which, since they
are skirt length, may be use4 on a hot
day in the house or country without a
frock. These graceful and Important
details may be of the platanest linens or
ginghams, but mothers who like the
neatness and coquetry of the apron
often turn out euaning little affalre of
dotted swles with laoe edsea for wear
with quite one frocks.
The "cook's apron" ls the next style.
the rear beads fatening at the ashoul-
ders beings a exact Imitation of some
of the apron euts used by ohefe. The
little quantity of loods needed for this
apron should recommend It to mothers
who -like their children to present a
neat appearance at home and who can-
not afford too many changes of froeks.
Them quite a gay ad ldUdish look
can be given the small garment with
the ae of a oolered cotton with small
Mother oose figure for the bandibh
one such being employed nla this case
oa a brown Itnu.

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tlMta1i" o n.of
ed his q eor e oosemat ed

aa i tel him sbere a r or
after' ?w a asked the eo%


wasme da Mnae A e h or
hlu I 4a Jtal st t Itle
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WOULD IE AWAKE ALL. MIGHT



a terrible souffoers oat ma and
other fitaoting ska diseases. I would
lie swake anll icht, aN Ay hufering
was Intolerable. A scaly humor set
tied on my back, and being but a
child I naturally scratched It It
was a burning,f tcthin sensation, and
utterly Intolerable, la fact, It was so
that I could not possibly forget about
it It did not take long before it
spread to my shoulders and arms, and
I was almost covered with a mass of
raw flesh on account of my scratching
It. I was In such a condition that my
hands were tied.
"A number of physicians were call-
ed, but it seemed beyond their med-
ical power and knowledge to sure
me. Having tried numerous treat-
ments without deriving any benefit
from them, I had given myself up to
the mercy of my dreadful malady, but
I thought I would take the Cuticurs
treatment as a last resort. Words
oNaNt press my gratitude to the
one who created 'The Cutlcura Mire.
des,'l a I have named them, for now
I feel as It I never suffered from even
a paimple. My disease was routed by
Cutlcup Soap and Ointment, and I
shall never cease praising the wonder.
ful merits they contal. I will never
be without them In fact, I can almost
dare any skin diseases to attack me
so Mleg a I have Caticura Remedies
In the house. I hope that this letter
will give other sufferers an Idea of
how I suffered, and also hope that
they will not pass the 'Cuticura Life
Saving Station." (Signed) C. Louis
Green, 929 Chestnut St., Philadelphia,
Pa., Aug. 29, 1910.
Snappy.
"Ten cents' worth of canine pepper,"
said the little boy in the suburban
store."
"Canine!" echoed the astonished
clerk. "Why, my little man, I guess
you mean cayenne pepper."
The little boy was doubtful.
"Maybe I do, mister," he hesitated,
"but mamma said it was the kind of
pepper that had a sharp bite, so I
thought it was 'canine' "

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whser cr0.Ias, Het at sbaeb or
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tke iy luaUve.
-To render your neighbor a services
willingly shows the generosity of your
ebra-ter; to preserve silence over It.-
the grandeur of your soul.-Puysleux.




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al 5? It I o*e wae


0i. WoOMktrk sat idly turnli
Semae of a ean t magnate
J! ahUarl y Indolent; her I
'"' ea.. Not Mg,
uein.~c brought mo
^ Ut dUos fro m ber eyes;
4 PONUl, she turned back a leaf
-11iBS at til lba"es of a ma
a" wa M othe than thatI
.. s" -* at the faee, and I
i Oftes remained on the Uikone
aSp athered vemalmnsto t expre
11m. Not that Patricia had know
soe 1Utih2 goeral; for thous
..c known aIn Meadville by tl
vetry ye0g ast as an old mal4dr 1
W4 In reality, in her very oar]
m-
9S the birthday of Washagte
had bee beA once upon a tim
by PatrASI Woedkirk as a night fI
a OolOlal dance. Her guests ha
ome In wigs and with powder an
patches, while she herself had bee
drNeoed as Martha Washington. An
theft had been a Geore, too. Patrict
had quarroled with him bitterly o
that very night after the last danc
and had been too obstinate ever since
to admit It either to George Washinj
ton or to any one else.
Patrtola otUnued to live In tb
old homestead and It was In the ver
room In which she now sat that he
merry party of young folks had cot
srlated etow years ago. Most o
them were married now and sca
tied.
Ser blends were largely among th
maIried couples of the town though
not, two weeks ago, Patricia had el
tertned a young woman in her hom
and the taute of gay young life onc
more had brought back her own bright
girlhood.
Opriana Jamerson-the young gir
who had been Patricia's guest-hal
won no end of a4miretion from thW
town's young men; and she, having
oome from the city with her attract
tive, If frrveloua,-manners, found i
not little interesting to add notcl
after notch to her beau stick.
As Patricia thought over the sta:
of her young guest she recalled sev
eral tstaaces in which the young
woman had flirted with the acknowl
edged beau of 6ne of the town's own
girs Perhaps-In fact as Patricia
recalled it all now, she was sure-
there were many uneasy hearts since
her departure.
"Ill have a party on PFbruary
twentPecodl" Patricia almost said
It aloed.
he closed the magazine with a
banS and eat alert. "I'll ask all the
girls and boys to come and bury the
*hatehet, Well have a formal ceore-
may e It ad her ebeks slowed
As the I un wound Itself in her
bran-well wear powder and
patches."
Suddenly her e clouded again


A" h"eos dreals breams*taesst


tll, wa god. s he party to herlp
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Assoae Uterary Prew)
ia "It looks as It every o e was amz-
N. toue to bury the hatehet," *e thought,
at- a b she r"a an aceoptane from oa
a young pPson whom she kew had
NA strayed from the aide of his owet-
heart to worshp at the shrine of her
to young snest. Cornne.
a. The great room of Patrila's home
of was lighted with severe-lookang Co-
lonlal .candlesticks with straight, uan
1 shaded candles, when the Colonial
ma dames began to arrive. Men In satin
e. breechee with large buckled slippers
n and heavy white wigs soon talked
b sedately with dames In sheer white
he fichus and voluminous skirts.
he Patricia, herself, was a beautiful
ly young Martha Washington as she
stood to greet her guests ain the same
on costame she had worn on a night not
e, so many years ago.
or As the evening wore on, each male
id guest was presented with a hatchet.
Ld He was told that outside in the con-
g servatory in tube and flower boxes
id hidden away were numbers corre-
s aponding to the once on the handles
n of the hatchets. It was his duty, so
e Patricia told each one, to seek the
;e proper girl and with her find the
g. number in the conservatory. Togeth-
er, they were to bury the hatchet
e with whatever ceremony they found
y most fitting for the time and place.
or When every man had found a girl,
n. Patricia sat alone in the great sitting
f room, the candles burned to half their
t. original size. One guest had not come
and Patricia was the odd girl.
'" Presently a replica of George Wash.
i, ington stood in the doorway. He had
a. entered, unannounced. His apologies
e to Patricia covered his emotion as he
e held her little hand in his own, let-
t ting the soft lace of his sleeve fall
over it. His excuse was his desire to
l wear the same suit he had worn on a
d night they both remembered-and his
e difficulty in getting into it.
Patricia laughed to cover her own
embarrassment.
I-
t "And I've brought along the same
h hatchet I carried that night-and for.
got to bury," he said.
y "The-the others 'are scattered
. about the conservatory now, burying
9 theirs," Patricia told him.
1. Then she explained all about her
a frivolous young guest who had made
t such a'stir in the quiet little town by
. winning the boys from their own
sweethearts.
"And what about us, Patsy?" the
man asked, looking down at her.
Patricia's head dropped. She dared
not reveal to him her joy at hearing
the old name once more.
"Haven't we had the hatchet out
long enough?" he asked, leading her
to a settee near the log fire.
Still she did not speak.
"Oan't you tell me. Patsy." he per
sisted. "Shall we not bury ours, too?
Don't you want to?" He raised her
. chin so as to look Into her eyes.
said laughing. "But-suppos we burn
It Instead of burying it-then It can
never, never be unearthed. We'll out
all discord this minute," she costi a-
ued, waving the hatchet in the air,
"and burn the weapon before our very
Together, they knelt before the
' open fire and laid the wooden hatchet
on the flamesa.
"A pretty ceremony, dear, sad with
a world of meaning," he aid, as they
tusk their places anoe more ae the
settee to await the return (t the
othera

It is a great Hvioe to create an
honest smile as we meet one another


COME TO SAN MATEO


And spend the winter out of doors, and you will come again.
tf you want to rent a cottage, write us; we have them furnished, and
ready to move in. Byrlyn Place.
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Entire ohange of programme e-ok night.


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PALATKA BRANCH


Look the world over-you cannot beat this combined
tion. The firms above named stand for years of "Know-
ag How" to make clothes for Men, and well have they
metered their art. All there is in clothing that will imm
prove the appearance and still leave comfort to the wearer


has been found


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


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of a Hand.


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the flt 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?


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WOOWTTEADS Us and Skidding Prevented
WOODWORTN TREADS; Pimtirus an Skiddlig Prevonted


REME MBER


We sell the Only Guaranteed Patent

Leather Shoe Sold In Putnam


County.


Also Agents for the Oelebrated


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.8Nm IADE OVERALLS AND


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W~eozthTreaso are,*tie WOW-
we no ma e ci o Ism after sowded
W" h seel ivets. They Mo hel an
**the t by stnagma wi sriags alms
the @Mdopthat alwws MW dthem#At
even toumals roeatlagany pssibil-
Ity *I wrlahilag or loomeaws sad thus
SToidIng the dams.cc Oka" a" a
bosuin atsoeemu.wihproesteers
tatesed to the ria. Tim h1Smw
Nowed not to Injur, the Umin a my
They ane styddied as the idl
With ticdhad "Arivets tht i 61"loss
wear mam prevent supping or smA
dift.-Othesoides u* bw Et edyn.
ON 110PWAete80 agintwer IS ruts.
noe lbtoeruOWdIs weatadby a
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properly Inflated last from twenty
fve thousand to fifty thousand miles.
The Treads average from three thou
Sand to five thousand miles of servlos
ad sometimes on light cars as high
a eight thousand to ten thousaad
mi01.1
They St allU maks f t UresA. Ay
oe ea easily put tUM e*. A tag
giving. lU InstructUom i s"at with
every tread.
Priooes
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Sead fr eaUo and full parelt rs
Shipped press prepaid aMd S
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"The trouble with Jo,0" 1aM 0 e t"vei r*nd IWvitUI mules
lJob's younger brother to their tthr nsift a te e
the other l0ght. 0 that he d0 t 4 6 t Wr ie t b aey.e
*for his rights. He lets the boy4s t the
'*school abuse him sad all nobe doe Ma 4s 0 a" than s N m beItN
Sl haOd. Tou bet, wh.a thpey e oa* 8AM* o htMgm u sklU
me I set them by the haIr s4o bm To ew aabe sh es 'm tnrr.
thdir beads agalst the feef" t
It is too bad. "goThe vws 0 Ipae
e "f ought to fiht fotr am a ft. While nsafsy r we *w
sAghtu't he, pap"r vte"a de eiA m em.
"Yes, it hbe doest oght for s ha t d sh0 Ime ah e b e s
WWght hbe wolnt have Py rigts. Her one.* air ta A evw larer.
"Worsen t that. pep. If he doeat U e th knights of old. be found
; fight for his rights be wot have w hO. o r* *a .we.
Sflhts." This srl I oem who has o home
.No arsb- buti raeries foamy:
STho Artlte TemporamWt. Perw yeo uwayI *I"hi
David Bisptha was underwgoln the
Mntastration of the ship's barber. -UEUL,
"I opens, said the barber, "that w
shall 'ave the pleasure of '-rtW' IW
at the concert tonight."
"No." explained the famous snlgerw.
"r'e had a long and exhaustive be'
soa In America and within a few days
I am to open nla Tndpq I have do
eluded not to do anything on this voY
"It's the same way with me." said
the barber, understandingly. "When "-M W
I'm ashore I never looks at a ramr."
-Buccess Magastne. '

KNEW HIS JOB.






"What book have you found most
"A book of Browning's poems. We
have a table with oe short leg and
the Browling book Just fits under IL"
Lfle Ipelalty.
"That bad actor we paw the other
day 4s sick; and wants a doctor."
"Well, tell the butcher."
"The butcher!"
"Yes. Doesn't he know how to cure
buas"
WORK 4P WTH ITORK.

Customer (falMng down the .ete .
ton large store)-Helpi ive broke S
leg !
Floor-Walker-Cork gp afewad |
foor on the right
Pithy sayinoe of FPaeo .
Socrates-Xastoppe. for Moe'
sake. hushI
Napoleon-Hello. Centrali OG1
me Grouchyl
Brutus-Great Casear's ghost
Willami the Coaquwer-We have
@M&e to stay.
Baroa Muechoaeun-Tqure truly. __
Kepleh-My stars!
Hamasn-Ii be hanged If t I l a
Daeialel-Keep yvear j aibtt ntt
Johb Alde-O. aPrhl. thl io e e
.... .______ _",yM. d a le stark bein yo".
Aski- a Paver. I.--
*"What tte *4 R ledus is a iof eeml"
, eeesomy is toe home.' "Bua at all at oeef"

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By making a very large coatmact, we are able this year to reduce the
pilce of the Somers-hart Orange C Upper from $1.32 to 85 4ach. pot-.
paid, and from $3 to $8.50 per dos en. The ClipWer thi ye e is aa Im-
provement over last year. as It is urnlsbed with a bolt to take up the
nut so that the wear of the bsetm swr can be taken up. These clip-
.pers have been adopted by the Cit rus Exchanges all over the States
and we are receiving orders from C alhforui and Pprt~ RioQ It is olamW
ed. to be the best nrawe eMppMe owthe matit. flt dsr a trial pair
at 86e postpaid, or one dozen for $8.50.
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at Id what bedes et
s LigNr yoursett to' e-ir*

iia go aOd abMe all tr the
it lo M gratitde tft u a*m-
am* ad Ml11ous optimism which
meg b God a either, and asks so
pINM for his bseats. We must
dat to be happy a&d dare to confes
It, nin s ounreles always as the
depeltorlse. not as the authors of our
own Joy.-Amlel.

Plenty ef Time to Patten Up.
Cheerful Old Idiot-I say, you'll ex-
Mise me, but dyou know that you are
the tnet pollneman I've ever seen.
Robert--Ye, rm a new band, and
haven't got to know the cooks yet.-
LoUdon Opinion.

hw- muse sat leatP
Ble OCAMOJr is the beet rmn4dy-re-
lee tihe askteg a4 fevershame---euroe the
CoMld A restore normal coadittorn. It'*
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her's wife to her 13-yearold boy, "Is
-omethian that has been handed down
em t father to son, and In some in-
stamcem is gra t prited.-
l "'rd praise these heirlooms I'm wear-
Sing," remarked the oungster, "a good
deal more If they wasn't so long in
.bh legs."-Everybody's Magasae.

Important to Mothere
K3amine carefully every bottle of
CAGTORA, a oate and aure remedy for
infants aed children, and see that it
DBeran the ,lC
Signature of C 47
If TUe go Over 80 Years.
The Kd ToY Have Always BoughtL

Home and School.
Home and school are two different
spheres a4d have of noessity .differ-
eat duties to .perform and different
work to accomplish to the training and
teaching of the child. But unless the
Ideals are the same and unless there
sla a systematic attitude of mind be-
tweaR t eaohers, the \beet
S reant ea achieved ad the
chila n efr -Ms. Fak.
lia B Secretary PareWat' National Edu-
cational Union tugna t.

L4DB5 OCAN WUAR oba0es

mahs Ughe or amr feMo sot w lives l mas t
e ,Wei ft..an. a wss.


SA e4 Ceolleagues.
"I am Afraid that man speaks before
he tai* .
"Impossible!"
.He never thinks."


His lace.
"The trouble about my son Is
to never knows where he is at."
"Then why not get him a job
the weather bureau?"


that

with


The Practical Agriculturist.
Adam sniffed at the book farmer.
"I don't believe in spraying apple
trees," he snorted.

You will sneeze; perhaps feel chilly.
You think you are catchin cold. Don't
wait until you know it. Take a done of
Hamlins Wizard Oil and you just can't
catch cold.
And the man who sl driven to drink
by adversity probably would have it
brought to hint by proseerity.
ONLY ONE "143InoO OQININI."
Tat io LAXATIVE BRaUO QUINNN. Look fot
e aftfre of W. ROK. L- tbe Wol4
ever Ca' Colad laon~esDay. me.
Every man is a comer until he reach-
es a certain age-then he's a goer.

In the Sprinag cleanse the system and
purify the blood by the use of Gartield Tea.


Every penny saved
pang of foreboding.


means one less


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FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE


8) many of the Ills of women are due
to ha ictual constipation, probably be-
cause of their false modesty on the sub-
ject, that their attention cannot be too
strongly called to the Importance of ktep-
Ing the bowels open. It is always por-
tant to do that. regardless of the A ., but
It to especially important In women.
Prom the time the girl begins to men-
struate until monstruatlon ceases she has
always vastly better prospects of coming
through healthy If she watches her bowel
movements. If you find yourself consti-
pated, with bad breath, pimply complex-
ion. headaches, belching gas and other
symptoms of Indigestion and constipation.
take a small dome of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
A woman 'can straighten up a man's
desk in five minutes so effectually that
he won't be able to find anything he
wants in five hours.


.< Backache
Is only of may symptomeas who some women em-
dure through weakness or displeoement of the woemaly
organs. Mrs. Lizzie White of Memphis, Team., wrote
Dr. R. V. Pieroe, es follows :
0*At time. I was hardly ebb to be oe my feet.
I believe I had every pain and she a women"
eould have. Had a very b@ oese. Internal
orgae were very mush diseasd and my bkek
was very week. I sufered a gesFt deal with
nervous hoedeokes. I ine. I affered aM over.
SThis was my sendlioe whom I wrote to you for
advise. After taklg year Pavorite Preoerip
ties' for about three months oe- y dat my
health was nevr better."

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Sa peetive eue for weak s nd disease I the snmialn e rasnm. It allays
IdasMimlea keels aloeratios sad soothes pais. Toem sad builds up the erve.
De penkit a dishboee dealer to substitute for this mediel whibh as a
esord of 4 years of ems. "No., theak you, I wewt what I ask r."
a a sassumer abb1.0es am i at eal boner meft ease a da.


Pepsin. It Is a woman's favorite laxa-
tive. You will find that you can do away
with salts. strong eaLhartics,. et.. which
are entirely unsuited to woman's require-
ments.
Mrs. Katherinn HulIbrstrnh of McK(es
Rocks. Pa.. and Mrs. A. E. If*-rrick of
Wheeler, Mich.. who wan almost para-
lysed in her stomach and bowels, are now
cured by the use of this remedy. A free
sample bottle can be obtained by address-
Ing'Dr. Caldwell, and after you are con-
vinced of Its merits buy It of your druq-
list at fifty cents and one dollar a lo)ttle.
For the froe sample address Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 201 Caldwell building, MonU-
cello. IlL

A Country School for
Girls In New York City
Set Features of Country and City Life
Out-of-door Rports on Fchool Park
of 6 acres near the hludmon ltiver.
Full Academic Course from I'rlmary
Class to radiationn. 'Uper (Class
for Advanced Special Students. Mu-
sic and Art. Summer HemsIon. Cer-
tificate admits to C(ollre. SBhuvl
Coach MeIst Day Pupils.
ohn sSW hlU114. l Aw., ar a ild L. We



of this paper do.
RJeaders ,irinst buy
med its he columns id i upon
aving what they ak for., a uing a
aat lmkafim.

01 MA F--iiplctu, film. I e'nt per fuo.

a les I Thempse'Eye Water

W. N. U., ATLANTA, NO. 11-1911.


umrs. Dpg-yons. he


enormously
wa an only


Tea Is Nature's laxative and
purifier; it overoom otpatio
aatte ant ail. nt
(Idka rept the alst
OhildrS say, basese bee


PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
ssasia a^^ s~ti__saa jwozrovyf .woost yo, -


It's & easy matter for a married
man to keep posted on what's going
on In his home neighborhood.
All drun s l thi famous Herb rem
ad*, Gsa&d Te. It corte oautipeoti.
A wo 's club sometimes revlads
a aas q a ~ammer.


Seven Pensioners In One Family.
Seven brothers and seven sisters
living in bulsham, England and the
adjacent parishes are receiving old
age peasloae The oldest of the seven
is eighty aad the youngest seovty-
one. Their united ages total 530
*years. Their father was Philip Lam.


bert, a carrier between Foulsbam and
Norwich, who had a family of 16, all
born In Foulsham and of whom 11 are
now alive.


The
realise
didn't.


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3feugit the Tears. I
Aa uanuual oeldebt marked a reto
eant e a Neow Tork. The Ste ;nt
e aIn the cellar of a flvoetory te oe-
0 t6 and before it was extlngtshed d
the 18 families lIn the building and all n
the' remen were weapfg oOplously 4 dft vtiy, ofapMto,
ne* inflamed eyba. In the cellar sramgth.
mauy bags of onions had been stored. The best arb medicine, accord to
The chief fireman allowed the tenants the experience and testimony of ties.
to remain in the building, assuring ads annually, is
them that the are was co Oed 'to-Hood's arsaparlla'
the cellar. They did-not stay, how It purifies and enries the blood, ur
ever. when the onions ad got well eruptions, builds up the system.
afire. Get It today in usual liquid form or
ehocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs.
SPORN'8 DISTEMPER CURE will -.-
any poible ease of DISTEMPER,
PINK YI. and the Ike amon hornee
of all aes, and preveto all other i the
amae stable feom aing the disease. Also UA A TE
re chicken ed and dog distemper. Is GUARANTEED
Any ood dn t sa pr you or to top and perma-
to m r. 0 aents and $1. tabottl. Agents nently cure that ter-
wanted. Free book. Spoh Me d Co.,
Spec. Contagiov Diseases. Goshe, ld. rible itching. It is
compounded for that
No doubt the mind cure is all right purpose and your money
-if you have the mind to b n with. will be promptly refunded
WITHOUT QUESTION
f Hunt's Cure falls to ctre
Tavlor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum Itch, Eczema, Teter, Ring
and 'Mullen is Nature's great remedy- Worm or any other Skin
re ouh. Cold, Croup and Whoopin Disease. c at our druggist's or by mai
Cough andall throat and lung troubles. At LI tour druggis's, or by mai
drugists, 25c. 0o and 81.00 per bottle. dirt if hasnu it. Manufactured only by
k S. iMAS MEDICINE CO., Shaes, Tom
Loud apparel naturally proclaims *
the man. DElmE- STuUM '"Ut

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