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 Material Information
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: May 27, 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).
 Record Information
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: UF00075913:00137

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SAK MATEO, FLA., MAY 27, 191 1. PblishMd lakl, $.00 a Tr.


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Mr, fad Mrs. J. D. Oray were In
tbiGem City yesterday,

-Hon. J. 8. Rowley has been con-
fined to the house this week with
wvr.


SMr. atnd Mrs. C. 8. Gowen were the
Sr;' guests the first of the week of J. A.
SCroeb and family.

S D. M.'Baker the highway contrac-
for of Jaeksonville was in San Ma-
too tha first of the week.

Davi4dlkJenubow was over from Pa,-
latlaWeI adav on business. Mak-


Slo the trip in a new "Buick .s."

wHarry Bailey and Miss Mary
'j Iley attended the Red Men's
pide at St. Augustine Wednesday.

S L. B. Bailey and Mrs. J. D.
S~G O have been spending several
*. 4day this week at Orlando and *icin-


Muiss Frantes Bowley returned
From Steteon University, De Land
Thuarday and will spend the suan-
7e .a 8pti" Mateo.
",pr In Bo.

: "' :_ A good many tax sales County and
Town are now running in our ex-
I''. +ecbaeil The one running in this


pper ftor town of San Mateo speaks
pretty well for the San Mateo prop-
S* rty owners. There are just two
S* lee s of property advertised. The
S original almont of taxes ten cents
SgMley tenta on the other.
W a 9ftlyeents. If any other
St.wva v)*rida caun match It-speak
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r itato propriatUons.
T foi~wlag propriations for
satlst4tgoa. ere made this
|+^ IP mr'I the Legislature:
e'a e NlU 1 T7 appropriating
S MOO6for t*1 tle Sqhool for the
DeC. sand bbe 4, the Univeresity
:t 91 6tate Co1eg for
awa4 the COeloe Normal
*agge h soem s this after.
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Palatkans Drowned.
Mrs. John D. Cannon and Mrs.
William Shields, oif Palatka, were
drowned while bathing In the surf
at South Beach, St. Augustine, last
Wednesday. They were among the
excurmionists on the Rod Men's an-
nual outing.
There were seven in the group
bathing, and when attempting to
come ashore they suddenly stepped
off into a deep washout, the two
above-named being so nearly
drowned that they could not he re-
suscitated after being brought out
upon the beach.
Mrs. Cannon was the wife of John
D. Cannon, the meat merchant, and
Mrs. Shields is the wife of Mr. Wil-
liam Shields, a mnaghinist for the
Wilson Cypress Co.
The bodies were brought back to
Palatka and Interred last Thlursday.

Clay County Busy.
At a recent meeting of the board
of trade of Green Cove Springs, Clay
county, the question of improving
the rodd to Jacksonville was taken
up and within a few minutes $400
had been subserlbed and a commit-
tee appointed to solicit further sub-
subscriptions for this purpose. If
Duval and Clay counties will pull
together this hard-surfaced road
will be built in a very short wlile,
And once completed It will be of
great benefit to both Green Cove
Springs and Jacksonville.-Times-
Union.

The Palatka bundle of last weeks
issue was returned to the San Mateo
office and our Palatka readers were
delayed in getting their papers, be-
cause for the first time in 20 years
our mail clerk folded the address owi
the paper corners inside Instead of
out and would have taken the Palat-
ka busy post office employees a
couple of minutes longer to have
distributed them. The Item ex.
tends thanks to the Palatka Post
Master for the extreme bump of ac-
comodation displayed.

The Item is just in receipt of a
copy of Faotftnd Figures or the A.
B. C of Florida Trucking by Vy. H.
Kennerly, of Palatka,' Fla. This
book of IN pages covers what its
name Implies, outs showlog the
methods of serigllon, ete., used in
Florida and altogether is a work that
sbosd be la the bhads of stany Item
d wo by nearly every mail
writ fotr Just the lpformation thlal
work eym. The Item will mall it

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Death of John Q. Tilfhman.
Mr. John Q. Tilghman, a prom-
inent cittzen of Palatka, known
throughout Florida, died suddenly
of heart failure following an attack
of acute indigestion, last Wednes-
day night.
He was a member of the firm of
N. J. Tilghman & Sons, shingle
manufacturers, and was general
manager of tie company.
Mr. Tilghnman was 54 years of age
and had lived in Florida twenity-
neven years. He wnA born in Salis-
bury. Md.
Mr. T'llghman was a kindly, gen-l
eroul manll, possessing a happy, Jjov-
ial disposition, and his friends minay
be said to have been all whoi knew
him. He had been a successful bus--
ilnesss IIlil anid wag connected with a
number of etiterprises in the State..
He was from early life a meaimbe.r
of the Methodist church, and also
prominently identified with the Ma-
sonic fraternity.
The funeral this morning at 9:30
from the home on Dodge Street was
largely attended. All the stores
and business houses were closed for
an hour.
The pall bearers were Messrs. E.
E. Haskell, J. W. Darsey, Henry
Hutchinson, Chas. E. Rowton, J. N.
Walton, E. M. Earnest, L. K. Tuck-
er and Louis F. Jackson.

The husband of one of thm two
ladle- who were drowned at South
VBeach Wednesday was also that
day the victim of a large theft. The
matter has been reported to Chief of
Police Benet and to Sheriff Perry.
The otflcers are investigating. A
watch and other valuables were
taken from a handdang belonging to
the man and his wife. The handbag
was recovered but the valuables are
still mtesliug.-St. Augustine Record.

L. B. Bailey and N. A. Kent were
in the Gem City to-day.

Mrs. L. M. Tingley left Monday
for Toledo, 0., where the wedding
of her son, Claude S. Tingley, takes
place May 90th.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. J. Baker have
been visited the past week by their
two daughters, Miss Anaida and
Mrs. Wm. Gothard.
Mr. Robert Ranson, a former resi-
dent of Tituavillle, but now of St.
Augustine, left for England on Fri-
day, to study the solentift produe-
tion of peat. Mr. Reginald White,
aeletant cashier of the First Nat-
lonal Bank, il. Auguston, also left
(he aamvday, to attend the coroua
eiot festlt4ee of Inlg Oeorge In,
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED.
Under Sec. 8 of Chapter Mm, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. W.
Tucker, purchaser of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 782, dated Iot clay of June.
A. D., 1896, has filed said certificate
In my office and has made applisca-
tioi for tax (eed to Imssur it accord-
aneo with law. Maid certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty situated in Putnam county,
Florida, to-wit
Pt. s., of nw'4, Book 8. P. 8f,
Section ', townshipp H. S. Range
27 E.-7 acres.
Thlle said land being assessed at the
(late of the istsuance of such certifi-
cate in the name of J. E. Clow.
Unless said certifleate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will ishue thereonl on thle orth day o(
June, A. I)., 1911.
Witness lily official singnatureandl
meal thJis 6th day of May, 1911.
JHNKY HUrTIUIINoN.
[Soi.I.J Clerk Circuit Court.
Putnam County, Florida.
By H. Hltehinson, Jr., D. C.
No. 3S1 1.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DI)EE).
Under Sec. N of Chapter W ,Laws of Ilori'ta.
Notice ishereby given that Nor-
man Wasthinjton purchaser of Tax
Certificate No. B10 dated 4th ldav of
November, 189 hmas filed sail Cer-
tificate in my office, and hae made
application for Tax Deed to lsuo ini
accordance withilaw.
Said Certiflcate embraces the fol-
lowing deseribid property, situated
in Putnain Countyl. F'orUin, to-wit:
SS of Nw !, of ',,4j of Sw'4. Si'-
tion 14. Tow ihip 10, S. Ita uge 1-24
-5i acres.
Ti,, said lamini hing assessed at
the, dato of ilsuatnce of such certif-
icate in the itame of S. S. Devald.
Unl'ss said certilieate shall be re-
deemed according to) law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 20th day of
June, A. D., 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this i7th day of May. 1911.
HENRY HUI'1TCHINSON,
Cle'rk Circuit Court.
(Stl) ) Putnam County. Fla.
Bly Henry ulitchinuson, Jr. D. C.
No. 884.

Editor Adrian P. Jordan, of the
Punts Gorda Herald, and also State
Pums Food Inspector. is the first
State editor to announce the re-
ceiving of a fine watermelon from a
subscrlber.-St. Aug. Record.
Doughnuts to dollars the n.elon
was green, but no doubt the Pure
Food Inspector had no kick cowmlig.
If it had iheen green oranges, now,
oh, Lord, what a fuss: but meleast
the Yankees cait eat 'emu gre
have all the pains they want,
tle pure food folks sy Ae .
Florida Legislators pleo f-
notice.


Misses Janie Bolaua
Weistioreland, wi ho vj
itisug at the oIproJtH
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a6 aat tske a dae -
I eatO f ta e do silo "d al a
white k tbleume after wahs put
te uooa of abeoi tat the rasiang
water. This keeps It fro taig yel-
low and liveo It wbho Isrem theo go
To ean the Isee yoke and sleeves
of Waists mrw e the Ise freely with
powdered boraxe, then roil It up sad
fast with Pis. Lat It remain o" r at
least twelve hors them shake out
Mad brush with a clean soft brush.
To remove ink stalas rum carpets
take a mucer of fresh milk and a
ceaon soft rag. Reoew the milk it
neoe ary and wash finally with olean
water.-.
To take offele sais from any m&
ofeal rub a Iltt* glycerine Into the
stain and then wash with hot sosp
and water.
To prevent milk from seorebhla
when It is being boiled sprinkle a lit.
tie sugar Into the saucepan after the
milk Is poured Into It. Do not stir
the milk evei though the pan is a
very thin one. The milk will not burn.,
but will leave the saucepan as clean
as It only water hadI n It.

CONVENIENT FOR ODD JOBS
New Type of Stepladder Has le
voted Shei on Which Palio or
. Teels Ca. Ret.
A comvelet type of stepladder Is
that which a Ilohla man has re-
oemtly pat on the market. It Is espe.
really adapted, tr odd jobs about the
hame. There oe nly three steps to
the ladder, bat the aide rise a far
aala above It, and at the top is a
sael on which may be kept tools,
a serews, pallsor whatever ap-
puatemanoo required om the work at
hand. This shelt Is large enough to
bod a bucket of water or a pe.a if the


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lag for me." (M a ed) Mim IA Jobel
soRs$ I, atha St. N. Wv Washi
Iastm. D. A April 8, 191t
In a later letter. m JeaSom adds:
"The uMbe beg n m with m emtia
under my er samm nd e tW e d mW
wards tovarl my walst, util I was
mot able to sit down. It ept a con-
stant Itobhtl and buarng al the time,
night and day. I went to my doctors
but bf could do me so oen after I
do not know bow many medicines he
gave me, and then told so I would
At, whi I posMtively reusd to dL I
cried all the tie. Ilnally I made
up my mind to try Cuticura Rem
edles, and tried CUatlurs Pills Olnt
meat and Soap, and wa entirely
cured of the itchiug three das after
I started using them. The healing
took about eight days. I consider
Cutoura Remedles marvelous, and
would recommend them ever where.
Cuticurs Remedies are old through-
out the world. send to Potter D
& Chem. Corp., osem toW for o
on skin aictl .s
A Redeeming Feature.
"Maud is a harem-carum sort, Isnt
she?"
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much it he has sense enough to know
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us'w leh ae stlb eo -mwitull ANd tha'sw hy th
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Armera Fruit & Vie., or
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b0tter use 0A3.MQURW"- thea"wish you had."
S.We ROWLEY, Sales Agent
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Are Too a Subscriber to This Paper?
If NOT NOW IS THs TIM&. DOfT MISS TH ST m"RiS
AdD OTHER INTBRBSTING PBATURS THAT
"- MAKS THIS PAPER THB SAST.

If You Are a Subscriber, and in Arrears
BlTTER PAY UP AT ONCB AND DON'T MISS A SINGLE
INSTALLMsNT OP OUR SERIAL STORY.



Why Stay North and Freeze?

OOIBE TO SAN M&TEO
And spend the winter out of deor., and you wilU come aile.
v yOes wet to met a settle write W weo have them tvralshed, smd
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Chocolate Bon-Bons, Kisses,
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Sa Iron Plr. lot Id Cold Drinks
SFPUITg, NUT MAit TOBA00,. ITO. ALSO CARRY FULL LINES
SOP HUYIR' S CANDI.&
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Six thousand people wea through
the San Mateo Fruit o.mpanaVs ee

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Mteo enjoys is trano ata*s; beas
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pani of the state waeti some aset
the weeks tld ag e tol Jaksovll.
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operation and aoea rate that bCome
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As a elau they are nam0 of msas
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Ias place Ia the aoua of its als
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BIY D RECT FROM FACTORY
And Save Agents' Commissions
Write today for our new
CATALOGUE OF GOLDEN
EAGLE SEWING MACHINES
showing full line from $11.50 up. A
postal card will do. Addriss
GOLDEN EAGLE BUGGY CO.,
418 Golden Eagle Bldg.,
Atlanta, Georgia.


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FURNISHED
.-..ROOMS...

HOT AiD COLD


R. S. Mooney
WSusems' L Senow A On.

Furniture
D-TA AM

FUNERAL WUPPLIE.
es I& Net door Keslaerb
ames Stre. Had wrve Os
PALAYKA, FLA.

Children Cry
POn FLITUI's
QA8"TORIA


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INS [E L LU0S
ANNOUNCED THE ARRIV*
AL OF NEW SPRING
GOODS CONSISTING OP
11lliery hNvelties, Laces
aind Embroideries
AND OTHER
Sprig Novelties
NEW 0 ODS ARRIVING
DAILY.



KILLmu OOUOH
ANs CURE B uH LUNOS
WITH Dr. Kings

New Oiseovy
FO CCgSrn
15^ AU-i TI^MT 15 EU.^ c~^ ^^rPfB


For


Rent


Byrlyi Place


San Mate.


Main house h eight rooms, eol
tage annex 6 rooms, furnisiaed ezcep
linen and silver; been run as a boar&
ing house; built for private homa*
suited for either.
Rent for season $300; year $00.
Good show for right party to msak
expenses and some prolt-taklag
boarders. House has been run Uw*
der rates of $8 to $12 per week sad
hak paid every year. Come and se
M or write 1. A. Crosby, San Mates


E. E. DODGE,
PALATKA.


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4P Wgo tua leto tit eatk MSe
sat se4mth of as oean lool we
wit sue w erem the wheOt, sad
the ma b whi*m& set out a these
- wl by burrows at o the
traw, ocaUe further d4age They
weakm the straw and cause It to tall
e ofa We 4o with a B Setla
te" d with e eImtal U If the lafeW
tetam is light, and but few of the
plates ae killedW, e would let the
ground stay In wheat. trusting that
the wheat will stool out ufsclestly


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to make a good stand, anad that the
weather Mad paraitiUo esemies wil
reduoo th *number of lis and mag-
"ote of the naxt brood. It tho dam-
gei to heavy, however, and pratical-
ly all the plants are lanfested and half
or two-thrds of them are killed, we
would probably plow up the U rop a
plant to oats or any m other thau
what Dry weather is favorable
to the development of the little thrown
objects called lassIeed which later
develop Into ftes. It may bef there.
fa.1It the spring oeatlas dy. there
will net be much ham fhm th*e prian
brood oe maggets. In met O ases
wvry havy _SfoStatst of wheat by the
a.r d whro It Is dIsred t o got the
L da ..to olorer, w ya beo
:. .to ftk at the arMN p
U smoMet, ad Mse to eat a"d
S i r w e dt mesd to what
"Ot #ahe abe he would w ery lily

t U M soft at KOAha r sw

isem SeWsT. o,

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-ft g&oft fr 4" "elm,
MWIsceeto a ut" w


Iron Red Share the Strain.


yieldlag rod.. Running forward from
this ritn is a third and larger yield-
nla rod which ooaaeoted to a clip
which enitroles the waps togue
near the middle. The advatage of
tblo attachment will be readily ae.
Any strala 0n the wooden toague Is
shard 4'.the Iron rode, which benas
made ytieldale by sprint part toI
their entes give Jut S ouah lee.
way without alowlag the league to
Osap la two.

HOME-MADE GARDEN WEEDER
Handy LIttle Imp emet for Wer,
Aboet the Poem CAM Se Made
of Ple o4f Steal.
A emeado se had wonder for use


about the gara to
can be qutoklr amd
ombed fts aboat
nomw a the iharp
*ad oan bo eUd A
weeder, trowel, or ti


shown ln the ao
oGraea sa we*d
essay out or
sma pleats by
saw teeth The
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* YAR$' EXPERIENot IN stLLINS FLORIDA ORANGE.


Crrlsh Brothers

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THE OLD RfItAUL


Commission Merchants
IN SaSS Bay and 1 and I AS.
- lanoe Wharf, Oharleetl, W. 0.
Isepotfufly oNI t your Shipmets of ORANO, TANOGI ORAlP
FRUiT. PINBAWL aiad other Prit a-nt eam table- t-- Sm.


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"Well, thank heaves. Marry!" .


n-....m.e ,bmmbL .. W old, i.
Dest I your money burn a hole Ost Hood's yuM i)t .
@me ooethor follow'" pocket. form or to Intame ti


IF YOU HAVE A SICKLY

YOUNGSTER TRY THIS


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'lIs tbdihais and thousads of
"SS s 1 year tor her gown

Lade b roe-4 may, old chap, who
I h IsOar irakhmT
3der-Do you want to propose to
Sar rmake, too?


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S Waied an Omle'r.
Te it wa*a a mooeulg away lan
his oeat In the ooah, wh bhe beard
aomes me e il out: 'Is there an o~er
In the each from New OCate*-
"Y'T," replied tbhe sbw vwry om-
phatloeally. r
"Loan me your corkeehew, please,
sir," calmly eoeutnued th4drummer.


AS -a MW a,-- Oes a- D -'s esses
s apet 0assues aIaF seeUarm
Mm-s *3* 5a. cSe sewX. .T.

Those with whom we can apparent-
ly become yell acqusaftsi In a few
omo-ta are generally the most dif-
ficult to right know and understand.
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Pelitleoln and Preacher.
A poUlitcan o a western state, long
suspected of drookedness and noted
for his shifty ways, was finally In-
dioted and tried. The Jury was out a
long time, but eventually acquitted
him. After the verdict was In and
the poNltdlan was leaving the court-
room, a minlaster who had been In
part reepousible for the Indictment
and trial, approached the politician
and said: "Well, my friend, you have
heaped; but you had a close shave.
I trust this will be a warning to you
to lead a better life and deal more
fairly with your fellow men."
"That may be," the politician re-
plied. "That may be; but I ain't
pledged to any one."-Saturday Eve-
ning Post.

Sure Thingi
Hubby (with newspaper)-Well,
well! Another bank gone to smash
and none of the directors knew" any-
thing about what was going on.
Mrs. Votlnston-Of course, not! It
wouldn't be so If the directors were
all women.-Boston Transcript.

Do your feet feel tired. achy, and sore
at nurht? Rub them with a little Ham-
Ime Wizard Oil. They'll be glad In the
morning and so will you.

Don't mind being laughed at; some
day you may splash mud on the laugh-
era with your touring car.

If eostipastie is present, the liver
haluislb, tale e(arneld Tea; it in mild in.
actin sad never loses its potency.


The man who has been
fifty years Is willing to let
do the boasting about It


The family with young children that Iv
without leckness In the house now and
then ls rare, and so It Is Important that
the head of the house should know what
to do In the little emerencles that aWre.
A child with a serious ailment need a
doctor, It Ie true, but In the majority of
Inslanees as any doctor know. the child
ufiter. from some Intestinal trouble.
usually onstlipatlon.
There is no sense In giving It a. pill or
a remedy containing an opiate, nor Is
flushing of the bowels to be always rec-
ommended. Rather give It a small dose
of a mild, gentle laxative tonic like Dr.
Caldwell's rup Pepsin,. which by clean-
Inlg out the bowelo and strengtheolng the


little stomach musele0,. will Imme-itdey
correct the trouble.
This is not alone our opinion but tM
of Mrs. N. H. Mead of Freeport, KM.
whose granddaughter has been tll W.'
suocessfully- and of Mrs. J. RL.Wh .
of Lena, Wis., who gives it to her ehllabi
and takes It herself. It is aold In ti y
cent and one- dollar bottles at dvery
drug store, but If you want to test It In
your family before you buy It send yeur
addrseM to Dr. Cald 1ll and he ill tfer.
ward a supply free of charge.
For the free sample address Dr. W.
Caldwell. 301 Caldwell building. Motilo
cello, Ill.


married
his wife


He Get It.
"Won't you gly me an order?"
pleaded the too-persistent traveling
Galeom".
Certainly. Get out!"

Syer oUm how many people there
are la the woeid who say: "You just
wait, l Mget ves with youl"

The eb earbLt*


se-- whl my ls what thw thi k
are mewe masne bas i qua .


ew SSO o. sa.ndy.-re. I would work a while and then have to lie down. Now I
ea M.,.. ar se"M I-tr can work all day, and not be tired."
W IWI .1 lOce.,i...4.so. Try CarduL It is composed of pure vegetable Ingredients,
that cannot possibly harm you. It Is sure to help you.
The right kind of a declasion today,
will put powder In your Sun for to-.
morrow.


PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
h -P- 11,11 Alm I "I.IM iY"


Many a llow 'who alla into a for-
tune goes right through It.
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oa tome.mtipatloe, keeps
ad teaas up the system.


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damply the abe thlna
other people.


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Thier Is moro Catarrh ?a this e-
Ap the sedtry tham all ctaher ml
out together, sad atil the laest
tears was supposed to be ear
For a great many yeast do
pronounced It a l eal toeas
t prerlMbt local am
eOastaOtly falling to euro wit le.
Wteatumemt, preomsseed it elaar-
i eo. Seomma s ae pr a etarra to
^' %a constltatal eeaaaea aad there
aOM 8 ia, diea sa tko
S famIt Is taken Io maoI fIa

J. e WONa to.e. Talei OW

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suatrees of th* ams., They
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nHas uft ally Pit for eon

l the good die youag, must we
I the bad become oldest la.
ltts and loe about their agE,
wether and sundry other things?
<> vana Post

It startled the World
the astoadiha elaima were rst
h r Beekle's Aran s Salve, but
p ra of wonderful oareo haew
4t1d true, and everywhere It
ow keown as the best salve eo
for bras, bols, sealds, sores.
br lseo, p ralim, swellangs, aea
ehapped heads, fever sores sad
OQly 5 costas at W. -Row


Spaper will be dimeoataned ome
ias nl the board metas
00W e business straight, and
aoe behnd mu t pay thoir
at e MMM"e.i

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o'f e et f n Matee, FlorlM.
J. A. Tuamr, `oft bt 8ate, PVrwit
tf ',-NRy K. own* ter.

NOt C Or PTION OR
... TAX 'I

U See. eof stapto r 4188, Laws
t toris".
1 ~e l ISb he given that J. A.
purchase r of Tax C(ertlfeate
No. IW'dated the .th day of August
A. w. N06, has led saMd worUtleate
is *e-M*mot sad has made aplo-.
t Uor tax dd to Isseo la accord
= wthb lav. ead a otlseate *.
a e U followilagi descrited prop.
ort ositeated la Putnam county,
Floer t-wit:
W byv s ft. of 814 of 1.-3 of
BkIGlL7S1, Palathas.
d lead band W assessed at the
dat the issuaMee of auch crtfeate
Ina waame of J. W. Holley.
sai ert oflste shall be re
deeomi "earalng to law, tag deed
wirl uI thUe ae em the Sad day of
Mal'A. D. 1011.
iMeem my ofcial sloalturme ad
sOal .fJi the UMad day of April, 1011.
i HONRY HUTCHINSON.
(0eal) Clerk i rcelt Court,
.. Putasm Cousty, FlIoria.
By HitehaWsom, Jr, D. C. No. 37U.


.oQ, OF APPUCATION rPO
TAI B
U r Sec. I of Chapter 481s, Laws
of nerida.
SIs hbereby givea that 0. H
:; purchaser of Tax Certifiates
Nt tSNS'-aad 11(4 dated 1st day eo
Iurr ID. 1901, habs led said Cer
tUseltas I my eOMe, aid has made
for Tax Deed to Issue ln
A;d; *with law.
M Certlsoat" embrace the fol.
lowlag deeribed property, altuated to
PuAtam oouaty, loarida. to-wit:
*L part of Lot I sad lats 1, 4, I, 6,
7, I* sad 9, lock 2, embraced ln sald
Cqrtflcteo Me. Ilo .and Lot 14, Block
2, embraced sla ad Certlaste No.
1184, all HI town of Interlaobe.
Thfte sad lad being asseed at the
date of issuance of such Oertliastes
Ii the a9es of I Browa ad I..
W.'igmald, repolvotIy.
laess saM Oertleates shall abe
4soed eaomadg to law. Tax Dood
Sdue tohereO as the am4 day of
IL D. tell.
Waom m eilatl uiature amd
a bl& Stad do aof Aprl, l1ll.
IM T MUTsCHINION,
Seldl) Ork Crit omurt
Putam County, Peroe.
Oy It. nouteMaso, Jr., C. No. M .
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TAX 5D.
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of -weia


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wi8 ee thm oo teo to e is
May, A. D., 1,11.
Witnae my itclal essW (stur
nol tis o ast NW ft April, It.
aTy IHUTCHINSON.
(Seal.) Clerk Circult Court,
PutUam County, Florida.
By H. Hutchinson, Jr., D. C. No.
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, NOTICE OF APPLICATION 0 L '.
TAX DI D.

Under See. I of Chapter 48", ILaws .... .
of ielrisd.

Notlee Is hereby gives that 0. H.
Ewitg, purohaan of Tax Certificate 1
No. 190, dated ard day of July, 1~05,
has Sled said rtificate la my olffie,
and has made application for tax deed
to Issue nla accordance with law.
Sald certlfcate embraces the follow.
lag described property situated In e We MN
Putnam County, Plorida, to-wit:
Lot 13, Block i, Inaterlachen. I NIIT
The said land being asessed at the
date of lsrsasee of sueh certificate nl 2 O Vre Ut e Kema
theo same of Mary 1ise Long. ---,, "
Umless said certlfieate shall be re V:- Im Y YRtJUNZ
doomed according to law, tax deed wil
Issue th3rob on. the 22nd day of May \ Aft y As Lawe
A. D., 1911.
Witness my official signature and e ve* PALATKA, PLA
N*al this 32nd day of April, 1911.
HENRY HUTCHINSON, Va m S 5ul
(Boal.) Clerk Circuit Court, -
Putnam County, Florida. ILz
By Hoary Hutchinson, Jr., D. C
No. 37. tf AoNe At Law7

Do Gheets Haunt Swampsf IIP ATKA FLA
No, never. It's foolish to fear a
faeled evTl, when thete are real and **
deadly perils to guard against in the U UWYAY a WALTON, .,
swamped and marshes, bayous and the ATTORN
lowlands. These are the malaria 0 IISBLORS AT I -ATTORNIBY
germs that cause ague, chills and fto AT LAW
vet, weanes aebes In the booe and PALATEA PLA.
Imuscle sad may induce deadly ty.
phold. But oetrio Bitters destroys Po 0. Palatka Net. Bank Sdk .
ad casts out them vicious germs .
from he blood. "Three bottles drove .. 1. oXi
a th malara from my system,' A Ao
wrote WillHam Pretwell of Luesma, N. AMUfty At La
0., aad I've had fue health ever
iaoe." 41se thi safe, sure remedy *oe il et Haei0us Palatke P*e.
only. 60 oents at 8. W. Rowley's.
It NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DUED UNDER 8Ot TION 8 OF
TE CLIPPER CHAPTER LAWS
SOF PLORIA.

Notice Is hereby given that E. B.
S. Hills, purchaser of tax certificate No
1. dated 16th day of July, A. D. 1894.
has filed said certificate In my office.
and has made application tof tax
deed to lssue In accordance with the
law.
Said oertlficate embraces the fol.
lowing described property, situated in
$ the town of San Mateo City, Putnam
county, Florida, to-wit:
Pt. of Wiggins Ort. Bk. L, Pge. 362,
iecUon 48. Township 10, 8. Range 27
std; 5 acres.
The said land belag assessed at tho
date of lauance of such certificate
In the name of Mrs. M. C0.-Bad.
Unless said cert sate shall be re-
doomed acoordlng to law, tax deod
will Iasue there on the 1th day of
June, A. Do1911.
h ae three thWaa that destroy Wites&& my otwfiasi d
"- l"wn" -- ; --, pek Pl seal this 0th day of May. 111:
ai B 5 1 w IS 0 ** H141oL) w ujSe.
WWI drive them ell out.* Clerk Town of s. Mato City,, Il e



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did more twho had
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awaYs opened theO
did =ore thaf touch
-WOd be i delightful
M t ben th ing td steamn
ib the air and bdhbt Ijht
sa 4a ruMy apron upon
Wiku, alln of which sagnifted
| eeMr shortly would be upon the

had grown so used to this
sttlng that when his key
I tSa de around and the door
lsd without the help of his wife
b4rt Jamped in vague alarm. As
entered the shock developed. The.
p b Ir enad of the fiat was dark. Bo
-W.: i'the dining room. In the living
the shaded drop light was going
-' jab inaauidly bestowed in the easiest
tuihr sat Mrs. Hielkok, attired in her
Swest gown, with her hair elaborated
4ad no apron visible. She was read-

"Aro--re you sick?" gasped her
huaband, advancing with hat and coat
sto on.
She held out one white hand, smiled
.weetly and said, "No." She seemed
qolte calm.
"Then what-wh-" stammered her
bewildered husband. He laid an anx-
.ous head upon her brow.


O"My health is perfect, Augustus,"
deo told him. "I've just had a great
-IIIt break in upon me! You see, this
afternoon I happened to read an ar-
tble, a great long one, In one of the
Sleadiag magazines, by a famous doc-
tor. It was about what he called the
s1 of being homely. He said it was
ever woman's first duty to be beau-
- tirul sad-"
"It isn't a duty with you because it's
perfectly natural!" asserted Hickok,
violently. "But what-"
"So, of course, I couldn't get din-
-aer," concluded his wife, as though
the matter was now fully explained.
Hickok sat down and stared at her.
"I don't understand." he murmured.
"Is eating Incompatible with beauty,
and, If so, what if I'd rather eat than
dassle by my superior loveliness?"
"He said," replied Mrs. Hickok, sit.
ting up straight, "that a woman had
so business doing any sort of work
which impairs her health or good
looks or happiness or hurts her hands
or ruins her complexion, because it
makes her an unprofitable member of
the eommuatnity and her husband won't
lqv, her! He sald that beat from the
oekstove had spoiled more com-
plesloms than all the paint and pow-
der in the world and that the 'much
denounced hothouse air of the ball-
oram is a Califprnia sepbyr compared
with the soupy. oniony stew that
psses for air in the kitchen.' He
4 early rising had caused more
servos wrecks than late hours and
that social dissipationas and rich din-
mg% are to Just plain cooking for
harvest hand or washing for a family
4N ias elucke pox la to cholera.
bmad be said a lot more! I had
.. r thought of it beifre, but, of
Smi j, I'd rather you kept on hearing
,'o, s Ie made up my mind to

S^'S .*" asked Hiekik, "are you sure
I- bad doesist aehe?"
t Wgoelf t" retorted h6
I u the maalne ulto his
.*Me's a eshatlb
Sto MwO I Read
onYs: Met osly st lt
oet wgam


aMgs wme rogeed, eo think It
lste h t1ae I revolted! It lake eo
sIdert to think of my life had I
'Mtsed seeing that article!"
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"Do you mean to say," demanded
'Hickok. "that you are never going to
'cook a meal or dust a room? You
know when you married me that we
couldn't afford a maid for a year! I
don't want. you to drudge, Milly. but a
little four-room flat and dinner for two
Doesn't strike me as an appalling
proposition for a healthy young wom-
an It she uses common sense! I
hadn't noticed that you were fading
away or losing your good looks and I
Must say that a wife with any ap.
preciation of her duty wouldn't take
up with any such crazy notion-"
"That is a very convincing article,"
declared Mrs. Hickok.
"But-but what do you intended for
us to do?" queried Hickok.
Mrs. Hickok surveyed him solemn-
. ly. "Well," she said. getting to her
feet and turning ber back. "I'll tell
you what we'll do this evening. You
go freshen up and put on the clean
collar and cuffs I've laid out for you
and we'll run over to another's for
dinner. She was in today and Invited
us! That's why there is no dinner
here!"
Hickok made a dash at his wife and
shook her.
"D-d-don't'" giggled Mrs. Hickok.
"Y-y-you'll knock my h-hair all down!
Aug-g-gust us. s-s-stop!"
"Well, you had me scared all right!"
said Hickok.


BY THE OFFICE OWL


When a man and woman quarrel the
man has an excuse and the woman
has her because. \

If there are no taxes to pay In
heaven it is easy to believe there are
no liars in the place.


Even a man of
enoe Is apt to fall
tempts to quiet a


considerable Influ-
down when he at-
squalling baby.


On the quiet, did you ever attempt
to get even with your enemies by in-
troducing them to your wife's rela-
tions?

The average married woman has
two dispositions. One she exhibits in
public and the other gets its work In
at home.


WAYSIDE WISDOM.


Second marriage is one of the best
ways of preserving the illusions of
first love.


A woman will tell lies with
eyes when she wouldn't think of
ing so with her lips.


her
do-


It Is fortunate that the weather
doesn't try to live up to the poetry
that is written about It.

The men who could be rich 'if they
weren't religious aren't nearly as
numerous as those who could be oe-
ligious it they weren't rich.


RULES FOR PULLMAN PORTERS

Never let a pasenger see the all
very glint In your eye-but keep one
there, just the same.

A broad smile is often worth from
two to alx bits. Smile as broadly a
you can, brother.

Always remember that the harder
you brush a passenger, the more he
thbtks h' is gettUl for bis peomy.


,@Carl


The older woman stood In the door
as it to bar entrance. A bleak wind
swept across the barren New England
farm.
"I don't know you." she returned.
"I didn't knaw," the young woman
began, and there was a catch In her
rich, low voice-"I didn't know it
would be so-hard. When I left home
-when I ran away-"
"That was 16 years agso" broke in
the older. "When your father-when
my husband died Ave years ago your
name was not upon his lips."
"He was a hard man." defended the
other. "When he knew I had talent,
when he knew my mind was set upon
the stage, he might have yielded. He
brought your life into bitterness, and-
I'm afraid-he has ruined mine."
"He was your father," replied the
other woman, Inexorably, "and you had
your way."
She led the way into the seldom
used parlor, then sat stiffly upright
on a haircloth chair, folding her worn
hands Into her apron. The actress
swept rustling to the black sofa.
"You make it hard for me, mother,"
she said. "But I have come back to
ask for another chance. It sln't too late
yet for me to be your daughter again
-we can love away the memory of
what has pamed."
"Not too late?" cried the mother.
"Not too late for the great 'Made-
moiselle Jeanne' to find a broken old
woman on an impoverished farm some-
where and proclaim her aa her mother?
What would the grand friends of Made-
moiselle Jeanne think of- But I
won't argue it with you."
"As if I would care what they
thought!" cried the actress proudly.
"I want you. mother, as I never did
before-I need you-"
"You spoke of your life being ruin-
ed," said her mother. "Is it-a man?"
"I love him," she said simply.
"Go on."
"Oh. it has made such a change in
me! It has touched my heartless am-
bitious life with a magic wand and
turned it into tenderness and misery-
mother-"
"is there something-have you come
here to tell me there Is some reason
why you should not marry him?"
"Mother, look at me. In the way you
are thinking of I am worthy to be
his wife."
The older woman gazed steadily for
a moment. "I believe you."
"It isn't that. Hut once. after I knew
his greatness, I heard him speak of
his dislike for a brilliant woman we
both knew. He disliked her because
she had disowned her mother. lie
wrote my great play. and in it he
heaped his scorn upon a child who
was ungrateful to her poor, toil-scar-
red parents. Nightly I had to play
that part, had to suffer horribly In
silence, for I knew then 1 loved him.
"But I thought lie did not know
of my part and I was careful not-to-
Slet-him-learn-about--you.
, "In a way I tried to justify myself.
God knows I tried to hold your love.
I sent money-"
"As if we could have accepted it!"
"You sent it back. I was proud. My
work swallowed me up and I drifted
away. My love for him has made me
see it all over again, oh. so clearly. And
then one night-we had eaten together
-I humbled my pride and told him of
my love. Mother, I was frightened; I
am getting old; I knew this was the
only love that would ever come into
my life.
"1 told him, and he replied that he


knew about you. Then I abased my
pride aad pleaded with him. He caught
me In his arms and kissed me-then
he put me away.
"M said be had grown to love me
tooa te h.elW4 but .at kg would


Th e mother bent fmw ,e t hi
"owe even it be aw -d H, I
his wift alee I w e.
awln r HeshW WerM W l

The mother beat forweatver th
bright head, her lipe quivered r -
ously. ,
"Mary!" And the word cracked with r
its weight oflove.

The Sin of Being Let Alene.
War was waging between the two
young daughters of teo house, aged
twelve and six, respectively. The
older child was reading, but she found
time to keep up the squabbling with
her younger sister.
"Button nose, button nose," she said
teasingly, anp she pulled that saucy
turned up member of the smaller
sistater.
'Tisn't, 'tien't! Ouch, you hurt!"
the child squealed.
"Children. children, will you stop
that noise! I can't read a line," ex-
postulated the mother. "Now, Margy.
go play with some of your toys. and,
Polly, let your little sister alone."
Margy retired to another part of
the room, but none of her playthings
seemed to afford her amusement. She
gave yearning glances toward her sis-
ter. who was now intently reading.
Margy could stand the truce no longer.
"Mother." she besought In a whim-
pering voice,. "please make Sister Pol.
ly stop letting me alose."-Zvery-
body's Magaasne.


Herribletl
One man, doubtless, has been oured
of the habit of kissing the young wom-
an who attends to his nails; and she
can point to him and say: "See the
man-I-cured!"-Kansas City Star.

IWifferent.
There are men who will wait pa.
tiently for the free lunch to be served
and then go home and start a rough
house because dinner isn't ready on
time.-Atchison Globe.

Grand Spectacle.
There is a spectacle that is grander
than the ocean, and that is the sky.
There Is a spectacle tha that is grander
than the sky, and that Is the interior
of the soul.-Ifugo.

Cruelty of Love.
A New England sentimentalist
couldn't marry the girl he loved, so
stayed In bed 40 years. The old, old
story. Just trying to lay down his
life for her.

Bruin's Heart Broken.
Old Hen. the oldest bear In the
Bronx zoo. New York. died of a broken
heart, attendants say, following the
removal from his cage of his mate.

Daily Thought.
A strenuous soul hates cheap suc*
cesses. It is the ardor of the aall-
ant that makes the vigor of the den
fender.-R. W. Emerson.

If Justice Were Dene.
Man-"Who is the responsible per-
son in this afrm?" Office Boy-"I'm
the one who gets all the blame."


Tee Great In Volume.
The importance of art as a vehicle
of knowledge la less appreciated be-
cause its results are so common.
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Words of Wiedem.
I When you have an eleophat -
hand. and he wants to rum sway, Al.
ter lbt him ra.-Usel
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Oie the radiat surface of Salver


I a golag to climb the lsagpta."
S aM Oalvin Breat. He was a drug
elerk t the village, a wiry, dark
pa mp mea, with the spirit of an ad
ventorer, despite the humdrum ooou-
patiosn of purveying plls aaid pow
ders. He felt moved to do something
noteworthy tonight. spring was stir-
rinag his riotous young blood sad Jee
sio Dane was standing beside him.
There was a chorus of balf-frtrght
ended exclamations. The flagstaff
sprang from the top of a low cupola
Just above their heads. It was a
thick, crooked lance of timber thirty
feet long, worn smooth by the beating
of many storms.
Brest did not wait for his wild re-
solve to cool. From the top of the
railing he leaned forward and drew
himself up on the roof of the cupola.
With a laugh he laid hands on the
pole.
Wrapping his legs about it he be
gan to climb. It merely shivered a
bi at Brat; but when be was a third
of the distance to the top the pole
Swayed boak aad forth. If It snapped
a his welght there was a beer
drop of nearly one hundred feet to
the eobblato ed court below.
But It did not snap. Brest reached
Phe top without mshap, ptted the
gMt all that crowned t and thea
with a whoop slid doo the stam and
Nghl their mldst ca the railed

= so wa sgiVEl the veoeptioa of aa
s Ipo-Md chad. They praiLed
sad soolded him, but the acolda g wa
he greatest prelse. Te- pole had
over been climbed but once before
and then nla the daytime by a steeple
ack whose many precautionas seemed
oolash beside Brst's daring clever.

Albert Wbitoomb broke In on the
congratulatory chorus. "I am going
upN too," he said, and there was sA.
other sensation. WhItcomb was a
young farmer whose land adjoined
the tow. He. glanced at Jassie Dane
as he spoke.
The girl took a stop forward and
put out a h as If to stop him; and
tho, reallala that any pleading
ight reader her 'ospletoua, she
taMred away without a word.
Whlteomb got to. the root and be
W to Amba. He was heavier tha
6d leas Alled. Under his
labored etOts th peOe swayed and
.,O h le aipped feo the a ee
M atM1l the m we"ds o a
DOMaW M Ma They ra
th.# the atff was oldi .

t algt .go - dow" to hme

go~d ftae wanh O f at
a s A played he asd or a me.
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Wht .g *w intgg V


"Are you a sports
"mD you mesN, a I osiag to clim
fat polo teor
"Thatt wht I mean."
"Ravn bee born with mae
Mm," repeood Peter, "I am not. Boe
eaue you aNd Calvin made tools of
yourselves Is no eaooa I AbhoulL"
Whitoub laughed bolsterouly. "
always thought you l baed u ad," he
aid. Later, W'dtcomb ,ad Olvina
Dreet walked home with easle."
PMeter PrIce did sot seem to note
any change In attitude toward hil.
He attended the village merrymak-
Igs as usual and kept as near Jeae
as possible, fetching and carrying for
her and antclpating her wishes. As
for Breet and Whitcomb, they ean
oyed to the full the fame their op.
pdolt brought
They all attended the flrst picnic of
the year on Snake Islanit, so called
because of Its peculiar shape and the
fact that It terminated In a bluff two
hundred feet high which looked like
the uplifted head of a serpent. The
island was In Silver lake, perhaps a
mile from chore.
The boat landing was on a narrow
strip of beach beneath the head of
the serpent To get to the top of the
bluff, It was necessary to walk for a
thousand yards along the beach to a
spot where the precipice been to
subside and a path wound upward.
The day was beautiful with all the
warmth of summer. When the do4es0
young people reached the top they sat
dowa o the Onew grass to red after
the camb, and to enjoy the sweep of
apk"a water and wooded sbore
spread out before them.
A sudden scream of fear cut
through their lilht-earted conversa-
ion and brought them to the edge of
the bluff. Below on the beach was a
sight that for the moment struck
them dumb with horror.
Two of their party, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Pomeroy, had Just landed and
drawn their rowboat Into the cluster
of other small craft. Barely had they
stepped ashore when the huge, black-
bearded figure of a man darted from
a clump of underbrush with club up-
raised. Mrs. Pomeroy had screamed
at aight of him.
The gr6up above saG the next act
In the tragedy. Pomeroy advanced
bravely, but the club swept downward
through the guard of his amra and
struck, him on the bo.t He dropped
and abriek on shriek burst tro his
wifs.
"That's the maniac who nearly kl.
ed his keeper at Palrview asylum ye
teray and got awayl They tele
phone me h descrlpt-aw," .-aed
Pattern, editor of the vlag papWr.
"Oh, what shall we dot" mnoaed
Jueo Dae. 1"See, he's b ng a to gab
daoI" She tmured to the white
e ou mea. "Oh. run, ruest
Pate Prtie asUpped o his east and
iho s. "No time" he said swiftly.
'*he'd be killed be-re we seuld gt
low the path. Sm gotea this way.
Be eepped dows osto a ledge o srok
Uas as-t had seawr sea d t. the
hoe r bake Iashmi .W sbetore. It
ames easher dBep at tee sesre taost
S.. es.ets .sam4 3u

..a..."--a- seatheia,
ids werhed his war eowrnr.
Be dared sot lok or whe he did
i h his awas AK# _easpotoa
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Motorst--Tea it took me about sim
waoeo hard work to lear to drive my.
Poaomiiamd wha have waT iro t


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Thego" OW
sw Ct, ni a A.


Tio nald;l, if t wol,
tISel p, .n s,,0.adno1l , -

SaWMI wilt a pb tr o e oof
the boats; Dea Powwrwa w rINg
his th4o4igead, Me; hiswift was ,,
la a little.o but quite aMtm
a her ea z laree d whw oy v&
harmed.
Jefte Dnen went strasht to Peter
and took both his esarred hands I
her own.
"Be careftal essle: they're bleed
. In. Youll gat all stained up." He
tried to speak In his old, matter-ot*
fact way, but his voice trembled.
"I don't care." she said, and her
eyes shone with a light that danled.
"I don't care. For you are safe,
Peter--dear "

Country With Only One Sank.
There are no public banking lstita
tons In the Dominican republic, and
but one private bank with agencies Is
the more Important towns whleh buld
and sells drafts makes loans, and i
the repository of the government
funds.4V
Buyinge and selling drafts I an li
pertant course of revenue to this
bank and also to many private ladivrl

Money is asily place at almost
any time aat one ad eashi per Oast.
a moth and somoemes at two. and
two and p i a per a t. with ret
cum reletate or personal security.
Long tmoe asast of large amounts aur
placed at I per eat per annum.
Municlpaleles, borrwlg moUne tag
Improvements and other purposes pa
one per ceat. a moUth.
There are very few depositors a the
local bank. Most of the well*to.o peo
ph% both among the merchant sadW
armors, novew think of depositiang
their moner, but have small private
safes or secrete their hoardings Is
some other manner.-Moody's Mass
sino

A Matter of Porm.
"I have come to ask for your daugh.
ter'o band Ina marriage stamierad
the young maan.
"And what f I areftse" asked her
father.
"That will aske no difference. We
Malla pt Married Jut the same."
pReals that nowadays he was
lueky eve to be consulted In the mat,
*a, th e father gv his ont


Prearing for Winter Pioghts

"One o dom new atflyin' mac. as
dout leave no tracks behlnf ro'
whe d' want to Io anwhe r ain It
'speally when Gar am snow on do

"Wha e a eo' 'spect to mea a
trial trips?"
"Detweon my hose and Seqreo
sbhops ben coop." Natiadel
H l nrewe,


at show.I
Hook-How was that?
Oooka-He took tho eat.


Chinese Educational Puaie.
It Is generally reeogVtesd that Chnla
has st to work at the ramg ai "o
her education problem. China
has begun at the toW, ai tried to
-tablish universities without prepare
ing students for them, aad all the w-
er ruga of the ladde are so
constructed that It is almost 1p
sible ftr the student to mount 9
'them.-Natioal Review, ShanghaL '*''
PFBB YOU MOI'SY
Feed Veer Sen, and It WI l
YVou Money and Fame.

"Brer since boyhood 1 have bees
epelally ftod of meats, and mI a co-
vinoed I ate too rapidly, a4 failed to
mastilote my food properly.
"Theresult was that I found myself.
a few year ag, afldted with a*-
meats of the stoni and kidnaey,
which interfered seriously, with rM
business.
"At last I took the advice of frted&
and began to eat Grape-Nuts lnstea
of the heavy meats, etc., that had oemo
stftuted my former diet.
"I found that I was at once boee
Ated by the change, that I waas sB
relieved from the heartburn a s la&
gestion that used to follow my mels.
that the palain la my back froa my
kidney affection had ceased.
"My nerves, which ed to be u-
steady, and my brain, waih vwas sle
and lethargic rom a hevy diet do
meat and greasy fooed, had, sot I S
moment, but gradually, aNd noes th'
ols surely, been rested to nemal

"New every sarve to study "- "/
braina ad thikig are
er and more wn t th
"After my old Kyni =9 MP
to sufir darng to

m seriously Is
began to e B0 if as
work d sr tiV dL o
and oeomortn if aB
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RltMISMRANC I
TNE NATAL DAY.


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Nothing -Mere Weloeme Can Be Of.
* ift r ed F rniThan Gomethlng That
-1 One' Own Work-Two
Geod Delsine Here.

Perhaps yo number among your
friends or relatisu some one who has
a birthday this month. If so, let me
Jfpt t that you sed a handmade
6rd.Ly card to the one who is grow.
inrold.
Th staimple drawings before you
oshbu be traced on cards or paper.
With delioate colors they should be
painted, and an appreciative verse
written as your good wish.
Pale yellow and green can be used
On the border of tulips. The little
verse should be written at the top.
The side arrangement of ribbon
and roses is another style. Blues and
pinks and yellows can be used. In.
deed, the real colors need not be ad-
bered to strictly. Any delicate "blos.
somy" effect will do.
Then there is a card with the trees
fa-bloom. Pale preen, covered with
pltk blossoms, gives a lovely effect
This is a delightful little orchard to
send to your friends.
The wreath and ribbon can be done
In a favorite color. Yellow and pale
greeP, pink powers, white and green
with colored ribbon are suggestions
for coloring.
Here are some little verses to In-
sertbe:
The daisies peep from every field.
The violets swet edor yield;
The purple blossom paints the thorn.
The stream refleots the blush of morn.
The newborn May.
As cradled yet in April's lap she lay.
Born in yon blase of orient sky.
Sweet May! Tily radiant form unfold,
And waves thy shadowy locks of old.
Tt Uke the birthday of the world,
When earth was born In bloom.
The light is made of many dyes.
The air is all perfume.
ebe'sa here. May to here!
The air Is fresh and sunny:
And the miser-bees are busy
Roardins golden honey.
Wreaths for the May: for happy spring
Today shall all her dowry bring-


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in Either Material This Design Would
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Cloth or serge might be used for
this costume, which 1n very smart
style; It has the skirt cut narrow at
foot. and trimmed with two pieces


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where other pieces are sewn.
The Russian coat has the left side
of front quite plain, while the right
side is trimmed with one wide rever
edged with brain, which also edges
neck, forms waistband and trims
cuffs.
Hat of Tagal to match, trimmed
with a feather mount.
Materials required: 64 yards 3(
Inches wide, 6 yards braid, 5% yaids
silk for lining coaL
Silk and Satin Purses.
Some uasclnating new bshirred sill
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as long as that of the ordinary baS
and are hardly more than three Inches
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compartments for various purposes
One style has two Inner purees, eact
one of which takes up one-half thi
length of the whole purse, besides twc
outside pockets.
To Darn Linen.
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T~~low= bi bowrobeltV
pkacknghouse. OP.5.


k $8 aegs m",4 kouse Ona
lAt $go ,eq, AVer. drove
r t), probatolu 80000 to $5..
rut .pdr yet. Warts of the
* tt.4 or any fruit or vege.
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Thirty aeres land. Grove
g 300 to 500 boxes fruit.
Wthbl hundred yards of river
Deep water cose in. Good
water. House has sevpn or
igiht room. This It on? of the pret-
loestions in Florius. View of river
e two miles up and two down and
t one mile from postofflce and

$,000--About thirty acres land;
.,9nae of rix or Evv'en rooms. Grove
,ase about 2N0 to 3( hOXes fruit this
J Uaeon. Half mile from depot and
ijltofflce and 1 .12 mille from river


* wharf.


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'' Ajlother grovo on river, belonging
tO tohM estate, snipped 1,000 to 1,200
boxes fruit this beaon; Is held for
$' 14000. The two properties can Ihe
2-lbto t to close tlin estate for dlhout
/4000oo cas.
/( $O-Twenty acres fln,3 land two
Ulea from postoffice.
SIt yOU want a couple of rooms for
t housekeep!ag or a cottage, write
W. Rates are $10 to $25 per month.
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484ofe tract, one of the best l SSo
Mateo for oranges or peach", about
20 acres cleared, fenes not lo best
of shape, small house and p&ekila
house.
Five acres in San Mateo corpor.
tion, $500. One-fourth mile from podt
office; lies -well for two or more lotr
for winter cottage. *
Building loht In dSod location, $10(
to $500; 100x200 feet to 5 acres ir.
extent.
Cottage, two bed rooms, kitchen, din
Ing room and large living room, about
two acres land recently set out In or,
ang? trees, nicely situated In center
of town. Cottage furnished. For rent
or sale. Photo $1,000.


Fifty acres, pa2st cleared, railroad
onn Mide, river on west: one mile
from San Mateo postoflcc, on hare
road; $500.
Two thousand three hundred acre'
living between Prlatka and Ban Mb
to', $12 Roper 'acre; railroad run,
through proppaty; bas frontage on 8t
JTohna river and county Is bullditn
IIrd 4ntirface highway through it. Part'
of thi,; land Is multahle for fruit and
ftru'k and part at geod potato land a,
tli re Is in the famous Ilastings die
It nt, which is but about three mtleF.
fror i ceatern boundaries. Flowing wel'
on tihe property and a small oranip
grove. Wells can be put down on ady
part of It. .,
We have properties running from
a few bunIdied to $18.000. Orlite m
about price you would want to pay
for a place and we will write you
about what we have around your fig
urp.


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SJ. A. Crosby,


SAN MATBO. PLA.


O CH and MILLER LINE
THE ST. JOHNS RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.

Steamer "eRESeENT"
Bi,"1' I6 a IIr vJ~-od


SOUTH BOUND.


NORTH BOUND.


p, Thredaye aad Saturdaysa.Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays.
Mk T SM~d~a~ondys.I~ris~w


Snvllle . . 8:30am
Cove Springe 10:80am
A q . . 3:00pm
teo . . . l 3:30pm
It Cty . 7:00pm


Leave Crescent City .
Leave San Mateo . .
deave Natha . ... .
Leave Oren C0ove 8,spl
* Arirve Jaokaonville . .


T:00an
:00sam
1:45pm
:00em


~'sts MagerJacksolaviUe. R. J1. ADAJ499 Ageut, hI
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AD IUieO In ia]


York & Whitney Co.,


astabllshed 1U81, 80 years experience'and bet location la Besto. Reft.
erencest: fourth National Bank. Boston, and Meroantfle Atmolee.
Write us for stencils or quotations. Members National League of
Oommlssion Merchants of the United Statese.


Five Years Ago


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We Began, In our modest way, to manufacture fertflisers In compete*
toan with manufacturers established for years.
Today our goods-PAVORITE BRANDS-- re recoginised everywhere
a the BUST.


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Largest ear let handlers HI Chi age. Msme Nu r
Com mleslen Merohant., the best fe eomend en lMa
Write our Banic, Natl eal Prodwi BSank of Obeqfe, a A
fruit trade paper about us. Yeou Intereeta are ea. @I In t
geed, live people.
M OEORGE & COMPANY
NO. 95 80. WATER ST., CHIOAO, ,ILL.


CYOR


YORK


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Ship Your Fruits and Vegetablos to


Florida Oranges and Grapefrult a Speelalty


AMOUNT BALM RNDDR3D DASLT


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and


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


ing How" to make olothes for Men, and well have


mastered their art.


they


All there is in clothing that will im-


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~~tso go4. seS55 sessew4es
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tMe~art. Thuuudag, Midatzsy. gMo~days, Wednesdays. Fr1sys. "MmmS
T~b PullenIm~llpepig Can between Now York and Knigbts Keyeo n If~li
et '~l**epon C(ars between Jacksonville 804 MiaMI on trin37 and1f. Ducat
train And SO. Parlor Carson tialms Iland A6 Trains Go aut 5105 St 551586
time toshsown.
PALATKA BRANCH


Le. sees BAST PALATKA TO
Palatia PALATKA
I SS W......4.. e.. .6 .l, ........
S35m ......... No. Daily ..........
SW ...........N. 04 Dai .......
1 sem .........N. o01 D.ir ........
SI ......... Doily ........
, .....19 'N.. 1 Dail .......
-OPI.......... 12 Dl......


At. I Lv. PALATKA TO LAST ah]
Palehei (Palahka PALATKA
.I.6 w ,.00 .......A.. 11i D0 r........
T & 6 AM ..........N 8 D y......*****
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prove the appearance and still leave comfort to the wearer


has been found


by them.


They


for one season and then drop it.


don't make a style


They study it year after


Lv. EAs? rAI.ATKA
saeehsal SAN MATHC
I no j ... o.0lei osly
I MM ..e. 107 Dily1I


SAN MATEO BRANCH
A TO Ar. Lv. SAN MATSO TO RAW
IIo Ma s ee. PAIATKA
,. ...... So i-o .... N.. 104 Daily ........
I ....f l m3P0 I 3 0P ....... N .ly ........


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


There is a


HAND-MADE

CLOTHING


and the ordinary kind. Notice the


wearer


of a Hand.


MAYPORT BRAN4CI
Leave Jacksonvilliedaly I 66w. to10 w. 130@". 03 Oft. 10011.. 1 M
Arrive MayPort, dally....................5I Wi. It 00x@. I 10f,.04 8m.4O N$.C I S
Larrve May ati .dally .... ........... I lmI I. S 5. 010 000w. lOoN*. S4Omu. 0011I
LArrve JMay gI, daile.dly.............. 411m. I 4WA. 011 00m. 3 0OWN. & 0".1NM
unday trains only.
40 _i3 We~-61 N 202No. 4N11 a U
ti.35 ..31 ORANGE CITY N. WSANIC -
Dall, Daily lly Dai,1.1, $ly ra~pi hil/
so.fis. an Us. BRANCH Its*Sea a_ %Mr. s1a BRANCH1
I filift 00 L v -Now Rmrem At. 1I0WU 6 Wm! 6 00AMli.,.. Titosvillo.....Au
1 111.111 00*11"SON Lake Holea Lv. 12 Sim 4 11"' 1 27w "(:,g, ity 1.9
I It U31*1 O)roug. City. ."12 4Oft 411 SBP'U I 10LVI mlorpri...
4 Oft 11 S0m Ar. Orasti_(CityJet. 12 35DM 4 1".'. S900,I!At Semler'd.
C960"eesioemadestf KnIgh.. sKe slAP. aC0 3 8 re for I., W Wirt'lvia ead Ilevees. shub.
"TboTIMM .TiS ABLI1.bow the oeomofat bigi feal** mar be eaPecled to or,'-@of 004 GadPart #00 41"she Teeeso
seetOeess otbet shalesrivesleedgrosatb ie tee .mtg u~daso# mbiseCompasto b e held m0-816bb~
asp d sareoreGeV os~emeeeee.uiJS fgd ettesm
00 COYO M LCLTM CARD) OR 0TH a INFORMATION ".4 SO711 Im S1 49T


Made Suit and you will readily detect the Individuality in
the fit around the collar-it's there in every one.


We are glad to show these clothes because
what they are-won't you let us show youth


we know


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AUTOMOBILE TIRE COST REDUCED
By Using
WOODWORTH TREADS; Punotures and Skidding Provnted


REMEMBER


We sell the Only Guaranteed Patent

Leather Shoe Sold in Putnam


County.


Also Agents for the Celebrated


Hanan & W. L. Douglas Shoes


UNION MADE OVERALLS AND


0 WORK SHIRTS.


LBATHER OOODS, TRUNKS,
BAGS AND WICKER SUIT CASES


Woodworth Treads are tire protec-
tors made of chrome leather studded
with steel rivets. They are held on
the Ures by strong cull springs along
the sides, that always hold them at
even tension preventing any possibl-
ity of wrinkling or looseness and thus
avoiding the danger of chafSg and
heating so common with protectors
fastened to the rim. They are guar-
anteed not to injure the tire in any
way.
They are studdled on the middle
with thick head rivets that give long
wear and prevent slipping or skidd
ding, on the sides are flat head rlv.
eta to protect against wear in ruts.
The leather used Is treated by a
process that fills the pores with a
rubberlike filler preventing moisture
or dirt from hardening or rotting it
They are practically puncture proof
and they save the tires from all road
wear. Geod tUres used coutlnualy
wMh Woodwortb Treads sad kept


properly Inflated last from tWe
five thousand to fifty thousWWad ug
The Treads average from three
sand to five thousand miles of uJSg
and souetntes ouu light cars M
as eight thousand to tea
mile&
They fit alln makes of Ur a
one can easily put them em A
giving fuUll nstrucUtio semat
every trea.
Priope .


is x 0 0 0* 50 0 0 a6 50
to x 0 # 0 0* 0 o go 0OC0
80 x1 S1.2 *. .. seso..
8IsX4 ta.fe00 00so00 9. so
143 z414 00 s* o O g
Other usesign prwla
$end for catiog eadS
tipped upreum q~
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Of, I~lWIt you do't pis mot



i'be fevfor the most k
14Ose--with drsed aes adt
i 5ways ot ommok
seri appcles rAw bot tbl time-



tat athe aippottet any
$I*o"voat e idlt e-d





Sdried fis you e o and
Stum. eare1uly po chingu them
V natural shape Than select
hra apples, and wash them.
out the cores and into easob of
tblaS pack two or three whole
Plce them In a bating pan and
as a hot on. While they are
Sw.baste them with sirup made
th juice of half a lemon, two
oW fdlts of sugar and half a cup
W The secret of making god
U A but not baked to pulect.
w yta look done they are noth
t the core, place a cover over
Sbl ac dish and tot them steem




S a mlnutoe. T hea remove they
s tbrows ithe s frua t slightly



eJt for the breaktfast table at
nof the year. and in witha
la h le ct the fruit, which,
.poe, stho abe haey, arm and
lookv p onle they areno




thee sai to de ote a superior
O s with nlear Indaly bopped
Ow l withn the oee ma of
# mme breo t herut glasses,
met pmeps these glasses,
Sglpple s bwl will do. The
qo this beo d eof e a glals oeup
Ith grape trait pulp If eth
e asrve the grape fruit sweet.
epmap t several hoUrs before
to plve the esuar and fruit

p e hot buttered toast
ad ainased the dlt o
S an t the arIo, nneor
-W ed to des ate ast fuor
ge "t. su p.eI hateM


toWye Mew te tevee soe to
the sgr a" tret
d t roweedt. The
Iam aafur. S eor




This bet
-II -, htured at
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6whM net 6fw uIy w
4 bat dftaWto t, laot
'"d s Itblioed of buol .
Blofand white eage ao the esatat
Meld WOwO d white were are pret.
ty to a biLe and white titcheo while
blue aad white diih towels may be
bought Just aseasUly a" red and white
oe and will look ftar daiattr is the
kitehe.
VUefulaes however, must come be
fore an arUtiste edect and eare must
be exercised into the selection of the
pots and pans. It you have a small
family don't buy big stewpans and
enormous skillets.
If you have a big family get big
utensils and don't buy a lot of mod-
ern Inventions that you never use.
and which clutter up drawers and
closets unnecessarily.


MACHINE


E HAS MANY


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USES


Ingenious Device Intended for Wash.
Ing Clothes, Renovating Feathere,
Canning, Ite.
Two Texas men have Invented a
machine which can be put to a variety
of uses, among which are washing
clothes, renovating feathers, canalnI
fruit and vegetables, etc. A cylinder,
made of longitudinal slats, revolves
on a stationary lower section, which
is raised from the Boor by leg& Be
neath the cylinder Is a metal half.
cylinder, adapted to hold water. Be-
neath this, toin turn, is a fire box, with
a pipe raising from It at one end of the
machine. This firebox is the dtstlen
gushing feature of the apparatus. as
It can be filled with coal or wood and
the water In the metal receptacle kept
hot while the cylinder is being re-
volved through it and the clothes or
feather, or whatever may be In the


molwn He Ovam Firea.


oylndwsr, athoroghl.laned. Nor um.
U1mg of ownu%. the eylider remains
A&1.tatlesaiafterthe jugs have bess
p ise In Its ad he lida to b a&
ehi an embe an&sed. omeirod.
Il. Te Oep11S40"tlvqaim
leek in "M wowater ese ls.e
WSW a*" or (emn

,w "wooe l ,I~
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TwH OMIRHMAY oUANe CIPPsI.
py making a very large ooutact, we are abto this year to reduce the
priWe of the Somere-Hart Oragoe C lippor from '1.u5 to Sc oash, w9et*
paid, and from $11 to $8.60 per dos en. The lpper this year is anm l
provement over last year, as It is uratshed with a belt to take up the
nut so that the wear of the scs sors can be taken up. Thies allp
pers have 6een adopted by the Cit rus Exchanges all over the SWat
and we are reoeiving orders from 0 altraomla am Porto Rico. It Is edan
ed to be the beat orUage clipper on. the market. Send for a trial pair
at 86c postpaid, or one dosen for $8.10.
L 0. PAINTIR FERTILIZER CO.. - -- JackaeenvlemA erie.


Iennerly


Hardware


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0w fas,~ ~r ear
t,~4 or som ,'iarn M,
ad e4 &ne bw,wh, leero an aml
kWv dYh *khtwo some a aeeft meedu
or Umz f 'bbut I inetat s"IN"s '
~, hutiik' e t id e adalivly UvM
oW eulalldtsmdw H be Ono 4pb
det* bAsomm to'ye omeftdmi
W Wdarr


etrsm& Weca fIwl


Stw an dea e a rems a


1i do hopa tv p .wlnU take a tuam
tibtr te d It stocks would
^ .hve you ir In veet a ng
but fther has promised that
e2 we ld buy e0 a duke as soon as
A. a. W. touches I'.
Their Time.
Iyalh ftred-Do you like lobsters?
Polly-Yes, both human and
S -u eaa. In their salad days.
i..,


A Wam Retoet
At d1emr MWt am oegr of the
Wr was pleood with his back to
the Se. He stood the heat for some
time but t last was obliged to ask
OrW faa Nsree,
A Brftish older should always be
ate to stand flre" sad the host, a
peBposM old squire who thought ev-
eithlmg beloagtag to him was perteo
"Bat not at his back, s1r," was the
witty .reply.-Answers.
The Usual Charge.
Re had been the star at a farewell
dinner, because he had "accepted a pM
sitio toI New York." When he re
turned, siz months later, because he
had bailed to make good, he said:
"Oh, I couldn't stand the town. It's
too un-American for me. The luckl-
ast thing I ever did was to refuse to
sign a flve years' contract with the
people who got &e to go there."


h" s somuthe
SPer aHa t h t
A Ms4 dua= po=1ny
ae wet ita e In Memia
Aa e lea was simply perfe

thew he weary ent the mes es
DftabIrIea stll her smitnos




aWon't befinthed Just wc
And some blue and yellow pteer

Just like biras, we're on the wIna,
Ae g hiki{

To her liking.
JUST SO.


3~~t


isn uas or o "
Children Cry for Fletohee r s
With One afeoption. ..
Harduppe-Every man should at
ry. Everything I have nla the world
I owe to my wife.
Wigwag-Don't forget that ten spot
you owe me -Philadelphia Record.
Different.
"It is the little things nl this world
that cause us the most trouble."
"Not In my business," replied the
shoe clerk; "It's the big things, the
owners of which want to put Into lit-
tle shoes."


SURE 8IGN.


OF A BATH.


Is the handiest
in the pane
ty tispure and
alwayu ready to


There is no
waste-use as
mu or as little
as you need, and
the rest keeps
I!than fresh

Ai
i. a __e .u-b in
.- d seeking


v )aleoo~(


't sy


Weary-Say,
place ter hang
Tim-Not on
near any river.
up In my sleop
ItL


Tim, dis to or good
up for do night
yer life. I don't stop
I did once, and got
an' walked right Into


A Catastrophe.
Qayty she Joined In the masy dane4,
And woefully to her hurt
Bitterly she regretted the step-
For it burst her hobble skirts
He Had the Habit.
SUiglsh Tourist-That fellow over
there is the most wonderful guide I
ever saw. I was with him la a cars
van that was lost In the desert for tea
das after which we put this fellow
iL charge and la less than two ml-
utes he st Us down Ia a big puddle
41 water. I wonder who he Is?
Amerleaa Tourist-I know him. He
meed to be a New York street car so
eammea-PueL


01= ow s heIncident.
IW6 Wobecome of your M&l
heft tfawbns toa mashers

js wos ~me


Higgs-There are times when a
man has to lie to his wife.
Jiggs-And worse than that, there
,ire times when be has to tell the
truth.
Interrupted Wooing.
He sang about his dream glrl,
With passion most Intense;
Her bulldog made a flying leap
And caught him on the fence.
Smooth of Him, Anyhow.
"He is In bad. isn't he?"
"I don't know whether they will be
able to make a case against him or
notL"
"What were the circumstances?"
"He handed' 1ls mother-in-la* a
handful of matches and told her to
go down* the cellar and find the gas
leak white he went out and got a gas
attar."


MELODRAMATIC.


Mass Vassarward-And wasn't the
professor awfully, awfully provoked
when he caught you In the very act
of panting bhis door -th astwlackr
SYarljas pretty; ad
about e never dk9ea
*blibM aga NOV


Aelas0 muig"ol
aw ban&wo ~wbe


p 1w, E T


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Ad


Mrs. Wiggins-Our daughter Mary's
In love.
Mr. Wiggins-How do you know?
Mrs. Wiggine-She refers to twi-
light as the gloaming.



One Cook

May make a cake "fit for
the (ueen," while another
only succeeds in making a
"pretty good cake" from the
same materials.
It's a matter of skill


People
have once


appreciate,
tasted.


who


Post


Toasties

A delicious food made of
White Corn-flaked and
toasted to a delicate, crisp
brown-to the "Queen's
taste.
Post Toasties are served
direct from the package with
crm or milk, and sugar

A breakfast favorite
"The Memory Llniers"


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we have bult # ou r
busatess la the pAt 1
years to I" prIeat
mammoth proportion.


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AN OINANC3, 6mtitle dAS ir
Rauoo p B mmee;ii^ r

e04 and msal"g Penalty f o
B t oadsam by the *owa m
ell of 6 Matet City, lnorukd4' t,
it shball bo and hereby is olaWMN i
to operate an automobile or meot4f
cycle within the town limits at 4i
speed ceedta fifteen (15) ales per
boW opon public trets, or eight (
:me. per hour at ilterseU
Street and tbt the penaltyI
the violatio of this ordJianoe shJ
be a fae of not less tha ive dot"
lare. aot meU thMa ftMee dollar
at tbe disorevtion of the omyor.
An4 be it further ordeal. th
there ball be peed limit sagsi pise'
ed ou Low. U street a the tontere.
tifo of North Bouudary street: 0M-,
eataw* st. e at town limits, and A
Petwt ,nt, at tewn t is 0 -it nd







of ,brary, 1011. "
J. A. 0OBTYD
Presde t of tCounct.
neaT*- the leofttee to hereby


.n s. In .am Sonat this 7th doy
J. A. ColBY,
Approved: April C, 111.
J. 8. ROWUJY. Mayor.
Attest:
HAROLD W. HILLB,
Town Clerk.
AN ORDINANCE, Entitled "An Orfl-
nano for the Relief of the Town
Celleeter Il-he AmeauS at 0
ieng the Amount of eimes TaxT
AsMeed in Error- Upe the Per.
*esI Property of the estate of C.
A. Melton.
Be It ordained Iby the Town Coua-
oel of an Mateo Cit Florida tat
the aootat bf the towa tax ollecor
*hall be credit with the sIam o wo
4olles dad Nty eat" ( a"d e.olleot r hall be a Ir
e to oouoee t eeL d
&aom 'te oetate of C0. A. HOW Sr
tiyear 191- as ad~o d m for t"same
#t P9 eWses v"al t4Ue O p.

~P s oen 6ou0 this 4t h 4ay
<(Sigm) J. A. CXOIBY.
4 ArPr.!sint of C,4- i
SJ4 a. ROWL:T, *4r.
Oak.^^T%


pf"and idtZ~ in


aft


Ladip' W#sh Dresses $1.25 up

Ladies' Wash Skirts 75c up
LadIesWool Skirts $2.98 up

Children's Mresses, 2c up

Chair's Romper 25c up

LadiesMSrt WIsts 5up

Iadt' ea<*d Vests 5 'p

LA Bliadued Mo Ss 2


In Fancy 4wh,




All th. pretty new th, mkitaJ
LACES aa EMR feRNiS
SO. SHOES, OSIERY, MU
DERWLAR, etc.

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