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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: April 15, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31217909
lccn - sn 95047348
System ID: UF00075913:00131

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oBr ,PNOTIOF AP qTAN O R NOTICE
V Under ee. $ofChaper on Laws Flori da Vnder i. M ta
Notue is herll giv*n that J. F. Notice is k~?ety given bat l15
Gaoss pdrehiMer of Tax Certificate 8. Gale pirehaeer of Ix Coertf1. No .
^N o. 81-118Iad 6th dvof June A. D., oate No. 10, dated 4th day of JulY
INS, hasie said (serifoqte i n my A. D., 1904, bas filed said eartiflate
l|a, o|f>ee, id has made appilOation for in my oMoe and has made applies NOTIOC
l' Tax Deed to 'lue In "accordance tion or tax deed-to Issu in seoord.-
Said Certffleate embraces the fol- braces the following dpperibed prop- N e
lmbe .*-* lowing aeseribed p rty, situastd erty situated In o utnam county, S.l
In n Pwanm County. rida, to-wit: Florida, to-wite ate0 .
glll~qi -- of oQf Nwi tSectiotn 8 Lots 10 and 19, Plvate SurveOt A. D. 1D. I
STo slip 1, SB. Range i 3E.-Si Section ], "Townshlp'1 88. Range Win mv o MeqIe
iIS WE.-17 -ed rme, s..ond o tax-
S*'Te s#d land being assessed at The sid land being assessed at the anee with aiw
S the date of issuance of such ertlfi- date of the isaulnee of ee dh certil' r- the t
qpte in the natnme Of H. Pasmore. eat. in the name of Mrm. 1. 0. and r1* isitua
Uarle sssaid (Jrtifiete. shall be O. Borst and Cook. er d. t
BBte- ,redeemed soeording to law, Tax tnleis samd oertlfleaftehall be .e- Ad~ il.
w [ se thereon on the 16th deemed according to law tax deed Budnal ft.
S WaM D U.. wUil issue thereon on the i4i ;4 of h 18
A0I ilf> 1. Witnes my *sela suingatur atdan te
Swe .a ge a past '- i i eal this 6thda y d % ftarob, 1911. leirl
uai m~teeror ftautd look (Seal.) I fwr)o' H T u ae, Unleps
S. at WOW'. 01eal.0 C = Ot wn,
,- ,.,. BH.Lb ". ,..,HH By If. HAmbr., i. o. Ptr.m Cobf. ri2S
noe Mi-ll., ,wh, ha e He.blon, Jb., .N61.A.
of weeks In at*,* NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
.... De. ".' TA, D ,D
4.* Umdr* BselA wOw NorOa0TICE OF APPLICATION FOR
W lr6wa (ourt In assloe l n Notice so hereby gifveo, that J. P. TAX DEED.
-.IWtbi past weL. a4d Oaua"purchaser of Tax Certifeate U.drtqe.8of Charptr4Uayseqfinorlda. By H. Hui
I t n rl t. M. i, datl Sad day of *July A.'D. Notice Is hereby Lived that O. H.
B MI |lied aid )ertifoate in y Ewing, purebaser of 'hx Urti.- NOTION O
*IEw I* .gi. h iiq f lka, bas made applioatLn for Tax late No. I4Mated 4th day of July,
lkw goer o plk Deed to i sue in aecordance with iw, bhaa fledI .-d rtifleate in .Iy .r..
Sfo(r teeadep via- law. 'office, and ba" Uade application for d s
a Ighter, Mrs. Wau. Ab. SBad Oerkifcate elsbraces the fol. tax deed teWlauie in acoordance with INoUoeela
lowing derlbetd property, situated law. Said cert4scate embraces the Raytb n
in PVtnam County, Florida, to-wit: following described property alt-. ate. No.
Ull be an Easter servioe a of off*' o8w Sw, Bectlen 10, uated in Putnam County, Florid, of July, A
S laol n th"e. Teowship 10. S. Range 4.-5- acres. to-wit: .Cerolaatlt
Ay s a.l' r. Tihe-T said aaud being asMeased at B. part of Lot and Lots 1,4,6, l *d. apple
OCbwrgh Bjdmay afir- the date of Isapanae- of such Certilf 7, 8, and 9. Block I, luatrlahen, 41sue in ae
Ai VeYi laTvaitd. eate In the imaue of W. Longmiald. The said Jad belgasses a d a Said Cer
Unless said 'Vrtiflefate shall be re. the date of Iesiee of ch eerul- lowing defd
deemed accord(aK to law. Tax Deed late Fu tie i n. ,. Brown. o Plba.
htkmb Ba O f, will Nssue tUereon on the 16tb day of 'Ul essf tad25ema l JlU be re- 8w) of a
|j |AYptp tempo tf Ma. A. D., 1911. deemed M.e4l w te l 4 ore te
O CrIA BIroek irblt Wne.s my ofelal signature and will issue thereo o the thb d 4ay w and
bo.la Mx ro d1ed sea this t16thdap of April. 1911. Mays 4, D., 1911. I*
Sair HuTO* siwoN, Wlase" my olcial ture and No. of
(Seal.) Clerk Circult Court, seal tbh 8h iay _of pr. iRange .
.Putnam county, Fleor1id. M .'lHU, .,Twle,
Hy H. futehineon, Jr., D.C. Clerk Circuit thrte, the daI
,A1. No.*8. (Sedl) Phbaom Couty, Fla. "ad
^^ N. M (JIB7 Henry liautehlnson, Jr. Do. U
CZ 0 APPLICATION FOR o. SNIL kedeeied
D.k TAX ERB. DDeed ill
.4 .ofr C aU .Uwes 'orl ore*t NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB
i svon that ClIti TAX 4D3lD. .. alI tbisi
il-T"e. ertld Usdr See. 4of Chapter as" a*ys of Ve*.
1101has Ial sai Xd Nogee i l jAn th l.
emyo d Frsa P.elas, pat .r
afor tax to It -
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gl to waader li the direction of
spris lothees. January is a great
moath for saer wbetag; february
amee the mllners roshag to market
after the allurieg tus- that have
bees prepared for them. It Is a sh rt
mouth aad before you kow It March
bs bhre and It is spring April brtng
Uatr. when all Is ,o--Apleted. And
Athouh the sanow may still be fylan

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Many LittleI Aenyanee Ar Aveld
by usee flTi New it.
F ,i no. p0m o e


A sovelty In pls is the T pl,
whlei In place of the 864Mi 9 to-
mller ltUtle hob at the top I" at
the head aend of the shaft ad at At
right angles with t a short crolbar.
making It a T pen.
Often It Is d1 t to thrust a *id
style pin throu a number of tfolts
papor or through fabrics or other
terwla; and the head o the pla tatbs
Into the nager tp a4n hukrt tbhl amO
when the pin has aSully been se latet
plsae the material planed l, liable to
work Up around Its head.
All these thangs are avoMd by the
use of the T pan, w"hlh vwfth I roee
bar bhead give a seat upoea which
sweater pressure a- more easily be
eaertd, making the plt easier to use;
white when it a been ea to place
the material cannot work up omer It
T pnas are made a arl tam,
ad sailshed to varleas colom, for all
so%-e demestUo uses; af there Io
also made a T p& tht s esalled the
wryaeok, this fo bak anad ooe ts
The vhyaeok T pln has at the top
the head ea d the shaMt, a Ulttle
curve, the erosbar belag at the
curve's end. A pIn with this ltle
curve In It ea be thrust through a
bunch of papers to Ue iat la them,
horisental with them, while the emn
head does not stick up above the top
paper, but lies cles and flat Oup. it,
arose the opening where the pin was
thrust through.
It might have semed that the age-
IOg faalmmar pin wase lust a ple aad
that so It would always 4ina thea
future as it had bees sIp the past, al-
Ways iast the same; oat. *eha
would ever think of seeh a thnao as
triyg to Ipreat a new pta, but here
new In the Tplt Is a rlty tIes.

Hair bdessue.
Bandiss ore the hair are now be.
las mae of the embroidered ad bro
caded ribboas. which re to be had
tIn a at variety se Wi s aed deo
signs. A blue broesAed rb eo t.
.4y f the 1hade whht Wase ued m

yea* ao whea thee L aeWlleped
be revived, ed Is t pspu
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the am*egot Cot~~a~t

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should be considered. Onward and UWd ti
to. We put forth all our energies to give the l i0 M

QUALITY SERVICE

Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer C


Jaclkonville, Flrida


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adCh* M. fSeab sa" 8taaps turabbdshi

v 04 Hw York Proue ves lkaa5
~~U11 tiVOWet~oW Auentes "ailed.

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Oranges, Crapr4
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM SHIPPERS IN PUTJtk 1'"
SCOU NTY.

T. F. PARK GO
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W 00es.y S 6d I MI At.
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Chocolate Bon-Bons, Kisses
*UTTSECUP~, TAFFY AND MIXTURW.

Ice trem Paror. Hot EM Wd I
FRUITS, NUTr, CIGlARt, TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO OARnY PW^
OF HUYLER'S CANDIES.

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U02D IN "N 1MAY30.
WHY1
THE TAPLIN 18 THS ONLY
WMGHER THAT RM@OVW
ALL WHITES PLY*.&NW AND
DIRT.


MOUROD *Y


AUOLUTBLY GUARANTIBE
HAND WAStHR............. 0
14 oOXES OAPAOITY.

POWER WASHEKR........... **
300 BOXES CAPACITY.'


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A Uo to ae sgot f heI s lle
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Min baet ofat srawalr. Thae d-
tate thre-qiuarters ed k al
tOw rive wherS
VvAtfpe and Attracetions.
usa Mato hase o od shelled roaom
at oum of hard ideals. Besutl
el wateroaks line both sides 4
wows, and mewo oTerhema Isam I
Two oba rhe4 public. sad private
saoll telegraph, telephone, eprem-
masey order postoffie three malls
daFy, most market, two generU
IMr, who take orders and deUver
poId at roar door, weekly paper.
The lace is incorporated., The
state and countyy taxes are about 2
rans on about one-third valuation.
Good huntlag and sla aI, deer, mt,
boey, ducks and quail, black base and
other lorida fresh water fish.
Good boardins house Byrly Pla.e
pea wipteor; rates eight to te dtel
Ura per week; 0,00 day.
1ix thousand people iet thAro.
the Ban Mateo Pruit Compear's greve
bor last ueso5a
Ose of the best adveatags fi
Mateo enjoys Is transportatloal belma
S oth river ad rail l as a dvaa m
(hat few Florida poont enjoy. A re
oent season fto" J*teace, ratd
Md termlnan at Takauavll = X
nore than eaee0ted sand k it i
ped trom peolts, down the eatral
pat of the ,sate wa, a eIno *esee.
three weeks ge tag to Jacksostlfl
e. route to aorthes mar&*et *am
did sqt bring to z el ght.
vwhil eOa S aWm0 ierfe s W at me
time. would abig *ror n em ope der
sad have rab t ao out ae J Ul
ef the Clyde J1p thoe e This -
Ue matter that season i..ne was
orth thousands of llarM to the a
Mateo grower ad thee Iat. p
wiMl do well to bear I$, alad tram
gMrtafln aMd heaDp ates that oo
*lth oumpleUotat Is *electing a io
Ida- ..t, .
The pepulat o Is bt I. obeh
earmM moe t rom the noet s4e o im
a aiplaee they are o as s e a..
'ir wa= vo and aoelable. .Have a
t9r elQm fheome tha aM be IOWA
Is aW plae n the South oefIMo sOe.
resads sm sood order.
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I LASS ORANGE BOXES


!UT & VE3OETABLE CRATES


AM IWraps, Cement-Coated Nails,
C, E~ i3dp Bowes, Spruce Pole Ladders, Et;.

W fITE FOR PRICES.


SPatka Ice Factory

PURE ICE

SDstitHed Water.
~ fhS MW PMMPT ATTENTION.
AM S.UWND U LlBMd ITED.
S' Mai *PALATKA. P1LA


Frlift and e tables

in New York oity. Branch
offices, Washington, D. 0.,'
Jacksonville, Fla., Miami,
Fla. We are absolutely the
headquarters for fancy fruit
in our market, especially
East Coast

Oranges and 5rapefrlt

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


ANNOUNbW Tmt
AL OF WR01"',
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it M ge smaUll shiments. P.rompt returns on consigned good.

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CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
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Th Most W-lthful and Refreshing Drink.


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suited for either. *, .
Rent for season $300; y~er
Good show for right party to
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boarders. House hM b las
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res avorlag for some tiUme through the I&
to bave Foi M rVate rdueod ad hope
whp patroalse you and ship to s beemUse
I]dda *shippers' atoermti. No other eioTive
ad w mne wvorkiag ft' your laterest
Sturs t atiaetory results.

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APPLES


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m W Meible hous In So Usite Sistato


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teters D totst try tom aIke as
doued or toray day, as a
bigtht *tmosphr will give gvereM
uitsL Prom this fondant all of
Sandi ens an be made
Choedate redam-orm th
tfro the above fondant and I a
over tlght to harden. Cooker
oue eup granulated sugar,
ap water and tiny pinch o e of
tartar % When&a a UWl la a6 In
spooa, then set on back of stove and
;add two squares of chocolate that has
been meted, a heaping teaspoon each
of butter and vanilla, and set dish In
another of hot water. 4ad dip the
creams. It takes but a few minutes
for them to harden.- Drop on waxed
paper. They are extra nice.

Q!ITS SIX SLICES AT ONCO


Breed Knife That Will Sorely Prove
Seen to the Head of a Large
Family.
The bread kaffe shown tn the illus-
would prove a boon in large
fIHf wkhee innumerable slices of
bread disappear at every meal. In
Ithe public restuats there are more
elaorat eontrivTnoes for allcing
Breed. The sitmlicity of this bread


cutter is its most attractive feature.
It is nothing more nor less than six
knlfe blades attached oh one end to
a cross piece to which the handle is
fastened, and on the other end Jointed
by a small, round piece of metal. A
piece of strong wire would serve the
purpose of the latter, as its function
Is simply to keep the blades the prop-
er distance apart.-Popular Mechan

Milk Baked Chicken.


Select well-cleaned,
chickens. Halve them.
low roasting pan, salt
well, dot liberally with
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plump spring
place In shal-
and pepper
bits of butter;
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u-a sumacien mm to nearly cover.
, Pia In hot oven and bake for one
vad one-half hours in covered pan.
Make a good pint of well seasoned
Iuilk gravy (slightly thickened). Add
Ioa-half can French pens, one-half
oeas button mushrooms; let come to
boll. Place chicken In center of
'platter. Around this place hot bak-
(Ime powder biscuit. Pour gravy over
both and serve at once.
For the Tea Table.
A novelty to serve instead of candy
at as afternoon tea Is made from
Pl staufed with chopped nuts and
t PNsh marshmallow. The figs are
gant soated la brandy-or cherry, if
'....rr.d' -lr halt a day. then pulled
aprt, aid eac halt lined with the
;Wt fMW palled around the marshmal-
Iv make a rosead ball.
S9.- ly drawback to this dell
4fioiotIs that it is some
to UL


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"I suffered with my head and back for over
writes Mrs. R. L Bell, of McAlester, Okla. "I never
get anything to do me any good, although I tried
everything except CarduL One day, while I was
what other suffering women said it had done or t
decided to try CarduL Now I am on my th#d betlsI n
I don't feel like the same person. I feel so much fo
and better! I recommend Cardul to all sufdrng womea.,


TAKE


The Woman's Toic


This is just a single one of the thousands of lethrs
receive from grateful ladies, who want to thank us for LO
benefit they have received from Cardul
All these ladies are glad now that they took It.
If you suffer from pains In head, back, or side, are
nervous and worn out, take Cardul. We know it will help
you,.and that you'll continue the treatment and get well.
Cardul is sold at all drug stores, with full directed
for use, printed on the wrapper. Try it.


"JUST FERNINST THE HILL"
Little Pointer for Those Who Feel a
Desire to Seek the State of
Matrimony.
The state of Matrimony Is one of
the United States. It Is bounded by
kisahg and hugging on one side and
cradles and babies on the other. Its
chief products are population, broom-
sticks and staying out at night. It
was discovered by Adam and Eve
while trying to find a Northwest pas-
sage out of Paradise. The climate is
sultry until you pass the tropics of
housekeeping, when squally weather
commonly sets in with such power as
to keep all hands as cool as cucum-
*bers. For the principal roads leading
to this interesting state, consult the
first pair of blue eyes you see.-Ez.
change.
Abeent-Minded Suffragette.
One of the Suffragettes-I've lost
me best hatpin, IUasle.
Another-Where did you leave it
last?
The First-Oh. I remember now! I
left it sticking In that policeman!-
Leadme Oplaloes.
Iavy Is punsing ourselves for be-
lans earW to our. owbo.


Vagaries ef ....a.ee


VePASOo of FInaR&e.
"I understand you- have pad the
mortgage off your plaoe."
"Yep. replied Farmer Crtum L
"Then why do you complain o eMdW
times?"
"All the neighbors have doGe t
same thlng. That leaves e wIN
money on my hands thatk; pd" f
wants to borrow."
S*AKU INT" TOwsm *0
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crest eostrt erGy hiasgo@. Ml
Se a&k uasm or e eMfmtiA Jtlli
erasa rl*d ftor l aal. M" *M
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Sadty Seaed.
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mer?"
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pose to a rich girl'-W edN I*
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I str- tes dthat t- pe *= for
"the violation f this odmainne shall
be a MeS at Oot sMe thea ote dol-
la, or more thea Afteen dollars,
at the discretion o thf mayor.
And be it further ordaaied that
there shall be speed limit slgi\ pln-
Sd on Lowell street at the lterseo
tion of North Boundary street: On
1Stanton street at town limits, and on
t Gordon street at town limits, and "Au-
a tomobiles Blow Down" signs on Lw-
Sell street at intersection of Central
DO avenue, and at the intersection of St.
I Joha's avenue and Steaton street.
S.The stret oumittee (p hereby aus
Sborised to plMMae aNd place the
Sbslis as provided fr iA this ordi

* Paseed i~ open council this 7th day
* of february, 1911.
* J. A. CROW tY,
i. PPreldent of Council.
* Approved: April 6, 111.
* J. 8. ROWLEY, Mayor.


Attest:
HAROLLD W. HIllL,
Town Clerk.


p t ~- _
AN ORDINANCE, Entitled "An. Orl.
nomeo for the Relief of the Town
Colletoer In the Amount of I.0,
-elsg the Amount of as*eow Tax"
Amessed in trro Upon the Per.
eanal Poperty of the stase of C.
A. Holten.
Be it *rdaatod by the Town Coun-
clH of 6an Iteoo City, Florida, that
the account of the town tax collector
shall be credlitd with the sum of two.
dollars and lfty coats ($2.50), and
said collector shall be and he hereby
is empowered to collect taxes due
from the estate of C. A. Holton for
the jear 1910, assessed for same year,
less the sum of $3.60, which repre-
sea n $50 eZess valuation on per.
nowal property.
Passed In open council this 4th day
of April 1911.
(SBloed) J. A. CROBBTY.-
Preesdest of CouneA.
Approved, April 5, 1911.
J. 8. ROWL3Y, Mayor.


Attest:
HAROLD W. HILL.
Town Cleri

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samuel umh of Beevtowa,
a me"t f.- -trml
le, as ao deter emld uhel
MhAl Aore that doveop
lt B e Arate BSalve
the great
st eersi, Bd -BO-l. **ae--B

aie enrth. Try it. s
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* a IPot olhe who want to
Beow about ormda: Week-
t, (1 per Yar; monbtw
8 sa. gad lOe for a temf-i*
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your laws.
taln and Or-b GA
the Clipper Ii *a
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PAPU Unles r eu beae
.am atpetF br Iabor of
tbl kindl, esU us up and
weo be glad to eome a"d
talk OW Nour propoetloA.




saved Hie Mothers Life.
"Tour doctors had given me up,'
writes Mrs. LAura Gaines of Avoca,
La., "and my children and all my
friends were looking for me to die,
when my son nsistated that I use l.ee-
tric Bitters. I did so, and they have
done me a world of good. I will al-
ways praise them." Electric Bittern
is a priceless blessing to women trout.
bled with tainting and dizzy sells.
beekache, headache, weakness, debWl
Ity, ooastipatlon or kidney disorders.
Use them and gain new health, vTNr
and streonth. They're guaranteed to
satisfy or money refunded. Onty So
oents at 8. W. Rowley's. U


k.
Itidnight In the Ozarki
re. and yet slepeless Hiram SBcrataa of
Ws.,'had Clay Oity, ni., couhed- and oouaeo.
oling hbt He was In the mountains op the t*
the most vice of Ave doctors, who said he a
d, but at eoaumption, but foJud n e m bp *t
cored Kt the aleUmate, and started home. ot
it healer ta of Dr. KlaW's New Iaoe- y,
ma. *caw, boan to use it. beoIwe.ft
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1103. 956 Os.Ebev
Game; fto ww- f '
for yiter &.
awmling 1.1.Ii
to $W0; .106xSe tet.

Cottage. two b 1
Ing room sad h S
two acres land a4l ui I
uig trees, tosty h itaes e -
of town. Cottage ranlatbed ar
or sale. Photo $1,000.


vT, after t h s a te
a trn n it; ad bow, d
was too tied to move
stable, he beat It till bei, b
with on its sidafo. Be do
mended r stouter switch frM &o
*serf in charge, ibut th. a as:
"Ah, master, you have a. pigti
Why do you beat him? He is t -
ty yea old and is tired out;hbe Ma
hardly breathe. Why, for abe hor,
he is as old as Timofeyitch"-4 very
old peasant living on the pla.e
"You might as well get on Timo-
feyitch's back sad drive him beyond
hie strength like that, with a switch.
Would you feel no pity for him?"
I thought of Timofeyitch and
hardened to the man. I got off the
horse's back and when I notiead how
its streaming sides were working and
how heavily it breathed through its
nostrils, swishing its thin taillI un-
derstod how hard it was for it. Till
then I had thought it was as happy
as I was myself. And I felt so sor-
ry for Raven that I began to kiss his
sweaty neck and to beg his pardon
for having beaten him.
Sines then I have grown up, but
I always remember Raven and Timo-
feyitch when I see horses ill treated.
-Youth's Companion.

DISTANCE COVERED IN DANCE
Average Waltz Will Take One Over
About Threo-Quartere of a
Mile of Travel.

Every one has observed that the
lady or the beau who objects strenu-
ously to taking any sort of exercise
and pleads incapacity to endure
strain will dance through a full and
exhaustive programme, being in this
fashion seduced into a most vigorous
and under proper conditions benafi-
cial exercise.
It seem that in a normal little
dance the parties travel something
like 11% miles and do it in much
more strenuous fashion than (hey
would if they calmly set out to walk
the same distance. An average waltz
takes you over something like three-
quarters of a mile and the various
old-fashioned square danes are at
least half a mile long.
To make dancing beneficial the
room should be thoroughly venti-
lated so that a constant supply of
fresh air is available for the ove -
worked heart-Chicago Tribune.
VOUNG ACADbMICIAN.

Born in 1864, M. Henri de Beg.
dar, the symbolist poet and novelist,
a of the new French aead.micaua,,
b among the youngest members of
the academy. The younget of all
s still M. Rostand, who is four
SM.'da Begaler's juanlor and
Sthe rare distinction of being
eatad an academician when he wasu


|s.M predulag 00 Io S bOMe fru it*.
Hoals wMitla hasre yads or river
beak. Deep water tee la. Good
Prtn waftr. Houae $ho ewr or
ioht rooms. This. s o0e of Ute prVt-
ty loations ia iorMd. View of river
some two miles up and two down mad
about one mile from postofflce and
depot.
9t,000-About thirty acres land ;
house of *Ix or seven rooms. Grove
has about S00 to 300 boxes fruit this
season. Half mile from depot and
postofflce and 1 1-2 miles from river
wharf. ;
Another grove on river, belonging
to'this estate, shipped 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 Casb.
$350-Twenty acres fine land two
miles from postoMee.
If you want a couple of rooms for
light housekeeping or a cottage, write
us. Rate" are 810 to $26 per month.
Do it Now!
Ke. 8 _M6 "am- t Doame
meaty, s rallrseq. S saw lota, k 0
per aOm If ys wast pBnMape land
or a piaery tkaeay s bearita, writ


41. A pretty little irove with floe
location for house on river bank,


have propertle ruaii boe
buidred to $18.000. Wite at
price you would wtat'to p*I
place and we will write yee
what we have around yaouw g


rvou Want a Hm 6i PI CMie to M
uW m what W Havy to ftr. V- WiW
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J. A. Crosby,


SAN MATBO. PLA. ___



BEACH and MILLER LINE
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT. e

Steamer "C'R-ESeEN/T"

80OUTHI BOUND. NORTH BOUND.
Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays. Monday, Wednesdays amt FWda.


Leave Jacksonville . . 8:30am
Leave Green Cove Springs 10:30am
Leave Palatka . . 8:00pm
Leave Ban Mateo ... ... .I:30pm
Arrive Crescent City . 7:00pm


Leave Cresaent Cit *
Leave San Mateo . t
Leave Palata . . .
Leave Orna Cove p
Arirve Jaokoavte . I


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one side, river on weMtu ie P
from Ban Mateo postoofflie, et
road; $500.
Two thousand three h adnsd
lying between Palatdia amd M I A
tea, $12.50 per acre: raikoat reap.
through propy: h froetage we
Johns river and county hois I lua
hard surface highway tbromL 11it. P '
of this land is sultable lor h it at
truck and part as good potato ad
there is in the famous Hajm A ,4
trict, which is but about t e qf .
from eastern boundaries. iiwlqw4
on the property and e-Om-l "O, -a-^
grove. Wells can be put dow way j
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like ite ever do.sgets

SEW theap ma sO*db M teen er sa ms atstous .

a .Is always hameOWp Ia aehiag wp her atli Smgas ame. that tbeu sbomldn not sUOthey -
,0thaga a varletp. .The fruit salads are mot 5l J$Pg fully of a man's life .before be ino
4, wre a popular -s they shold e~ dieth, whether It should be called
at. o t, n -


f ma feel that Just bere the blest weted.-ophooes. reld to

Widoas fei hatieat inrs tantkeaa te e


gala. He thought be'd t the swet to follow. P5Itp5 An Institutkon must be popped up Why quarrel oa E
Sdellately t o h i true but they are So healthy that by precedent when it Is no more up men agree-all t,

Slittle daughter, so be i should their e for Ifted by s ep. e same grade of I t I
tw anyhdtha Jut eft te leatd ba-tp irfbo.Mopone ae krgede Tob to f. ,,.,.


4t. cy1
at 4 how I did love your feabon Salad.-Shape smaues4d
balls of new Pimento cheese anad
tte girl gave him a su Iroll then In finely ground peean
{gs an snapted press a halt white grape
"did," papa on either side of the cheese. Al,
low six to a portion arranged on
white lettuce leaves and cover with
WA bID H MEANT heavy mayonnaise, to which a litt
whipped cream has been added Just
before serving.
Healenu Salade-Shell and blanch "
one pound of hasleauts and grind half
of them o In la n grlider. Grate a
half of a pineapple, ami with the nuts
and a tablespoonful of sherry, Julce s. t7"
Of halt a lemon and a tablespoonful oa
powdered sugar. IAt stand one hour; .
the dran and add a package of -
Cream chese* mx to a pastes,. theat
make Into balls with a whole nout I.
6the @st at sea, pile os white let-
tue* leves l ad Aover with maroa
tf1-etbaa oam a f l l.u blanch
SA daoh one goo dPair of sweet; rPu" M C1 S IWO'
breeds and out them Into smaul pieces .,lo n 8 from Mr OR
Grnd fine one Gdoan salted almonds,, is .i.r womn shubi, to the dangers od
sx olives, one green pepper and on ay a
wfbrns with thye jlue of a lemon, lb w fu in the hoft-l m.,.
1"60 Naamin 1oWr own wegp. .shklk poikle. Add thes to the worse than befor. Then after all that
563 1WSle one cu* aso sad a wineglass o4 ham'S Veptablo ak--qo"'k1 netored ber- ~
brew rw to s '*a.w ebemay. Let stand one hour, them SH RO NS A U --*-A






d too -ug It I. bon to gr wllte4
4 SM unappetmagi.rssn.Pw g
WOO es Toohameale ofMe. Iselbe* e
Taeat ras Larg chicken Join as 4efrsva


haSm lit. fo fiasspee ssalt an qpreah .li;t


t--. Iw Wa" add "a of tomd l .aia IIN
too; -e a" Mar an Iu& a&en
moet bnpl i trio aa" oWa W Aathq Sd o
AdiSkL d am Fpape& 400 a smaln pie*" ot aggyd
Arle sa" a MUMl wawe AM ad h
mvy V -t dk w" fitEd In.' a
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.In. tew pot and a*d as cWMi74
,tee as Oet that hA e wet
sc sfoad freed;t therd ow.
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(d' Meeat Paw Paw
g aM Bee to anyone on reo
l Pa. If youa nr
do not fi to
tU be ta aiet .ondec
e will be diapgnoed as earm
e you had a personal ntem%

&w Paw Pills are unlike
BW atsdve or eathartle. They
othe ar ito activity by gentle
%I i do jot soor., they do
p ey do met weaken, but they
E^42 the secrtions of the liver
teadse la a way that soon puts
W OGf t a healthy condition and
mmespt.es. In aw onion
is t pe e for met ail-
tfO ge, M S Ia etf human
is really a sewer pipe.
-t AMOM beAoc-dthe
biaipt.aoa and impure
ieteA ptedae rheametin m
'= a Io Mweman who
---, -m or any liver
g a seoe to have a clear
l or enor y oed health. I
W way I would prohibit the sale
ta ef the eathartiw that are
Msod or the reason that they
te i"ning of the stomach,
Sg*seitem fern of l0dismtion,
W Paopiav the bowub that they i-
st t S-al- oreed )y strong

S P ow Paw Pills are a tonic
liver sad nerves. They
- ,e a-stead of weaken; they en-
heo. Weed Instead of lmpoverish
q oeab, the stoeokh to get all
Hmet ftrom 6ood that is put

ga plM ooatain. as oalomel. no
a U soothiag, healtag and
!ey d hool the bowels

e0 botts, containioa 45 polls,
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We am at tM tWa g
era esM *ea sd ift it w it ean
upM at far sad a te sopfsad
mIts SOaM thb f h tw emp at
.bott o w rt m' .nor A wi
ia been ml ted. This rel tt
In a sOW t batter, but new m 10tI
frm to hold ina plae when dropped
from a spon into a wellgrased b
lTg pea. Two tabl-epo- e ao the
better will be nuengh for eaeh dodge,
about throtourths at an laki tn
thickns. The cakes may be even
smaller, It prefer. To give them
the old-talhjoned southern aoash have
the ull length Imprint t he fnge
.aross the top of each rake. Bake
in a moderately hot oven half an hour
and eat with butter fo breakMst or
luncheon. It preferred the dodgers
may be baked on a Oll-gressed grid-
dle. Cook slowly and when well
browned on one side turn to the
other.


STAYS ON THE LINE.


An Improvement has been recently
made In the construction of clothes
props which all women who take an
active part In the household routine
will appreciate. It would seem that
the old-style prop had done service so
long that there could be no improve-
ment' suggested, but a well-known
shortcoming of the old wooden pole
is that In a wind it is soon dislodged
and falls to the ground, permitting
the clean clothes to drag back and
forth over the dirty surface. The new
pole Is supplied with a double hook,
which prevents the pole from leaving
its place under the rope.

A Convenient Knife-Sharpener.
There is one very effective way of
sharpening a knife always at hand.
The rough, unglased bottom of a Jar
offers a fine substitute for a whet-
stone. Just hold a jar of any sise up-
side dowh and pass the cutting edge
of a knife back and forth over the
bottom a few times, turning first one
aide, then the other. You will be
ploaAed with the result.-Woman's
Home Companion.

Marshmallow Pudding.
Deesolve one heaping tablespoon of
gSlatI tin one cup of hot water and
Oue oap of sugar. When cool. put ton
a big bowl; drop in unbeaten whites
o( two qas and beat one-half hour.
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By making a very large contract, we are able this year to reduce the
price of the Somers-Hart Orange C lipper from $1.21 to sic each, pot*
paid, and from $12 to $8.50 per dot en. The Clipper thie year I an 1l
provement over last year, as it Is urnlshed with a bolt to take up the
nut so that the !ir of the scissors can be taken up. These aw Up
pers have been auupted by the Cit rus Exchanges all over the StaE,
and we are receiving orders from C alifornia and Porto Rico. It is clahl.
ed to be the best orange cllppel on the market. Send for a trial pair
at 85c postpaid, or one dozen for $8.50.
E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., - ---- Jaokonvillle, Pi1 r


L J. P. BISHOP,
President.


JOHNS 4. rTlUKV MOR E. PAlpM WEA
Tress urer. Ieee'taTy.


L. J. P. Bishop Co.



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with steel rivets. They are held on
th tires by strong coil springs along
the sldes, that always hold then at
even tension prevenUag any poslbl.
Ity of wrinkling or loosenessad thus
avoiding the danger of ohaftg and
heatUng so oo0^AoP with protetor
fastened to the riun. They am gu
anteed not to Injure the tirsIn au m
waY.
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with thick bead rivet that gve long
Vwr astd prevent slipping or skldd
di4a, o the sides are at head riv-
oso to protect against wear Ia ruts.
The leather used Is treated by a
process thatU fls the pore with a
rubber like ller prevenoat mestam
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g ad here whot Mtois thel Roosevelt. under the direetion of her hthe, touched the bMNa
fi lmtal d waters of the Artiona river rippling through the rat viytet of canals that will transform
SMO0 acres of sand Into a veritable Garden of Eden. ReaIe whoe aotvlt.ees.a
reat revelation project led to Its commencement during his adm-astration, was the pr~ietpal
r Ot the opening exeseses. The first stone of the dam was laid Septembervb0, lUG, and It waas -- te4
S, 1911. The structure cost approximately $3.600,000. The reservdr will store twelve time more water
SCrote., Wabhusett and Ashokan cemblnod and Insures ample supply for Irrigating the desert valley of
SIver.
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school In every department aft the
ainme a found In outsldo shops and
ctore The prices are the ansm
as charged nla the better shops, and
the quality of workmanship aust be
as high. Thus In the school the girls
meet the same high cond tloas that
they afterward meet outasde. The
school begins la September, whoe the
other schools begin. It requires about
a year for a girl to reach a satsts&a-
tory standard of pr.oWleaey. Having
completed a year at the school the
girl is t lven a certificate of pron-

The high school of practical arts
aIn talde of four yeram outown its
quarters twice and at pnIaet can not
meet the demand made by hundreds
*of girls for admistod Thi school
vas aSteO f terew ag under die
euraglaog oesdltso. lO the Lyem
hall buding. Meetlaghee bl.
It ad an sterlag clat etf 76 emo-
ben and ve lateotisn. There are
aow Aheut T people In the Sarah J.
Uaher sebo Rsbury. and Lyeoum
hba ,wlg Meetlahouse hil, and
the orps of lanstirtors considerably
augsmeated. The school satbatites
are wonderlag where they will td
room to accoma& ato the hundreds
of girls who aoxt September will
want to be admtUed to thtO eebooL
This school alma to preaM*e s
popals, graduate f1m the elematary.
schools to meet the4 e~ v tea lles
d holn fwo, to gve direct tr IaaIg
Itn the ewpas of SjdgMesat of the
type Muled tr homO Mahao ad
to ground them threaghly a the A- .
ets that uderlle the practiM art
WO the boqshold.
The upper elsiAs are n v e la te
two greepo both being t asm t' hr
hone mak OL thogh Oe spe@dS
ore or lesst In lam a atrtW wk.
tI easaeel with the sebsl 'a
haesa asmelstaland at' 1 V i


ments of fu rltufr sed d eoratlos
are taught On the seoed sbe the
s a room tted up for the te of
The course is fur years t legt
lwothltr o l the ti o m oers Law
uboets and dn vwin sd omOdrd
to lndutrt work EaUsh hitoer.
arithnomet algbr, plane geos m
chmibtl. lphrals, =olayr st .b
At io nearah B kL r e Mlome helD-
lag, RXabr,, thee ae worklng aad
classroom la the baltM"i. The two
chool kitohw turnlsh the noonda
Imdh htr all tbh pails.

LARGE SALES OF ANTIQUES
London Morohent L- Frwar to
Disposing eof OOM Worte
In Ceeresis Nrt.
Loadoa.-D- lr In aatique and
around Bt. Jom whr aadct ar-
tUsoe on f thlus o"ne rtepows s the
shop windows, caetna sad torTa
rooms, are prwparog r a ree oos ,
M a on sea e t."e o lo hadas
Ropret eaTlvs of a the dealer
are sourtig the country tw arGeaf
of vert whbch thy think may dr S


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wft to veM WaOlN a
seamy. purshese1 by Amedssms g1
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aslV Youn how Ulol1
they otteid. st yat Well, ChTtea
Ao*l* w-rm we we suotas to f leB
*a )* t our taet .-,a pat.
ld W et O ware M t 1 took
eotet Bstotfr to t pakr of
lper I don't believe we'd have ever
beets arrived "
SA yenoag ua rrie man sitting by
tmmdIately took down his feet from
the bat.-Ide Magauine.
You Nver Can Tell.
A oartain 'ellflst was once snow-
bound for three hours at a small rail.
read stattdm. He unpacked his 'oeTlo
and played bli dosen fellow sufferers
a request program with the result that
one of them took him to Europe for a
year. Too never can tell as you bear
your procicus Addle-case through the
streets what magic casement may not
open on the foam (of stelns), and
what fairy hand may not beckon you
within to do the one thing needful to
opus fifty-nife, or draw a valiant bow
lu the battle of Schumann quintet.-
Robert H. Schauser, In the Atlantic.

Kill the FPles Now and Keep
at.se away. A DAISY FLY IT- T.lR
wil do it. Kills thousands. Lasts all season.
Ask your daerd or send NI to H. BOM-
BMS, 150 IeKaib Ave., 4rooklyn. N. Y.

An Individualist.
The reason for the Individual drink-
Ing cop had been explained again and
again to the children and they had
become sturdy supporters of the Idea.
So it was not surprising to hear
Henry calling: "Ma, mat Melvlle's
got my Individual apple!"

You are not treating yourslf or your
family fairly If you don't keep Ramlina
Wisard Oil In the house. It's the best
substitute for family doctor and a mighty
good friend In case of emergency.

Reducing the waits between the
acts will not lighted a heavy play.


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He Might Have Earnee a Vote.
Little Johnnle stood gastag solemn.
ly on the decrepit form of an old
countryman. Notticing the boy's at-
tention the old man asked: "Well,
what is It. sonT"
"Say," the Inquisitive youngster
asked, "did the politicians kiss you
when you was a baby ?"-Suooess
Magazine.

Good breeding is benevolence in
trifles, or the preference of others to
ourselves in the little daily occur-
rences of life.-Chatham.

For BRA DACaI-M1rMeks eAPVDINn
Whether from Colds, He Stomach or
Nervous Troubles, Oapudin will reUleve you.
It's laiqld-pleasant to taiaktelt emdl-
ately. Try it. 10e., M., and ents at drug
storNs.
The pleasure of love is In loving.
We are happier In the passion we feel
than In what we naspire.-Francis Due
do Rocheftaucauld.

er COLD@ ea GUIlP
AleCs' CAMDum Is ke bet remedy -re
lieves the acht saad feverlshness-cures the
Ool4 and restoters nerIa oodItlons It's
liquid-ffets ammediaely. 10o., 3k.. and 50o.
At drug stores.
Sure.


"What is a co-worker?"
"One who helps you work
body, of course."


some-


Garfield Tea will win your approval. It
Is pleasant to take, mild in action and very
health-giving. It overcomes constipation.
The better you behave the better
you'll get along. Now, try it.


FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD


PERSON'S BOWEL TROUBLE


One of the mnst remarkable proofs of
thb unusual laxative merit contained In
Dr. Caldwell's yrup Pepasin is that It Is
edectUve not only In people In the prime
of life, but at the extremes e ages. As
anWy letters are received from mothers
regarding the oures of 'children, as fron
men and women of sixty, seventy ana
% ty years of age. It must be truly a
W Oderful laxative.
In the oure of constpation and bowel
Ithoble In old people It has no equal. It
corrects the constipation, dispels the head-
eSbe, bllousnesq, gas. drowalnes after
eating, etc. People advancing In years
should see to It that their bowels move
freely, and It they do not to take Dr.
CaMell's Syrup Popels. You can pro-


long your Utf by healthy bowel action.
Cfogged bowels Invite disease. Women
about to pass the nmnatrual period cannot
do better than use Syrup Pepsin several
times a week until the system has set-
tled to Its future condition.
Among the strongest supporters of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin are Mr. W. 0.
Zorn of New Decatur, Ala., and Mr.
George 8. Spaulding of the National Sol.
diers' Home, Kansas, both elderly men.
The regular sine bottles can be bought of
'any druggist at fifty cents and one dol-
lar, but a free sample bottle can be had
by sending your addre. to the doctor.
Per the free sample, address Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, DI Caldwell building. Monti-
cello. IlL


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AND IRL *
Extension roller kates. saroplame, wai".
camera, Marathon racer. t,-o.adI. u"
rifle, fountain pen,. dirigible balloon, Spa d,
ing baseball suit with your llt0alt82.6M a ?
baseball, glove. maBk. bat and mitt. Write
today asking how to get them free.
THE HOM8 SUPPLY COMPANY
S4t SUPI0 M. L. OL.VLMIAMO. IU. WPf. 4.
DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR
Fanm, Rauches, City Propert"
ohandise nd patent for good pron- q"
dlotg (a hw. "A "syopi~fl riw's t'
ndl110, name and ddr s, o
deserlpt o of property. Millions of buyers
buy direct. Don't wait; set now itf yo wa n
your property listedand probably sold tOeo.
Ti DIaTMJUTIS'ASSOCIATIODJ ea3Te.

A COUNTRY SCHOOL OR GIBLLS .
in New York City. Best feature of coa-'-
try and city life Out-of-door sports an
school park of 5 acres neat the Hudsoe
River. Academic Course Primary Clasto
Graduation. Upper clam for Advaeced
Special Students. Music and Art. Write
for catalogue and terms
h a Vh -- how" mU N ,LL

12 POST CARS FREE
We will send yeou of tew prettiest Wtrm l
Roe Greetngs, Love eenes, Sseas C tIM
*seaon. ., o versaw If you will oatthis
and send It to us with 4o to pay pote. a== '
mailing, and ay thst ou wrtl show tw l IM
ofour frrleads. L LMaNiMl teLW..Nta .


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e-Yes., I gave It a coat and
I| pair of trousers.-Harper's Ba-

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