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%JtpIl o f c~j4s ri urdg sh sea-
0.T"ag .hos noost him-
'Ail 1-1 lots Iwere
g the W.k'gr the
ad'"se no ~w
P* ~~bI~hsR .-Basutord
_4*C i A.
A s Deoa, t ol
se&I this 10 S
By H. HIIfsiluso, J..'
NQTWCE OF APP LIOAVtd
U.4.r 9". ofof Uhopwr 40^,labs ofI
*Notice is hereby gI#*a1I
w to Wdainictou ours3~
NawlmaitrlqOU m s
Of=1 v b"
V -' ~ -s, -~
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WI WANT TO HEAR FROM SHIPPER IN PUT I
14 A #A
. PARK CO
844 Wahington St.
Smith's Home-Made Candy-All
Chocolate Bon-Bons, Kisses,
SUTTERCUPS. TAFFY AND MIXTURE.
.4 ~,j ; ~ ,
hi ad GO
PROTS, NUT OISARS, TOBACCO, ETC. ALSO CARRY
OP HUYLER'S CANDIES
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4d ~ .4d
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m^ m K~S^~aaaK-^B
a'nd Soda Waters.
I A L
IT I SON
There are three things that destroy
your lawns, Dandellofu, ftek Pilo.
talks and Crab Grass. In one *sessP
the Clipper will drive them all out.
Your dealer should have them-It be
has not drop us a line and we will
send circularq and prices.
CLIPPER LAWN MOWER CO.,
OX o, DIXON. (LL.
R. S. Mooney
.wstoW V. 0.9"Wa c a
Mala house w eight rosoa e
tae asnnez rooms, furnatet
Ulnen ad svler; been run a
la home; built tfor priv
suited tor either.
Great to, eaosn 8o; 00
Good show tor right per11
xpens and some*
b6arders. House has bee
de rates of $8 to $13 p.Mi
has paid every year.
19 or write J. A. Croeby.
HOT AND COLD
. 1, L!
do mak tba a;
adk Now si
mo "Ui ow do. thehu~atep
L4 ~ ~ can
wper b~w por ujaa&but wo
~ awhay al*46116. wbe ad
thae the terKs Webt 0 I
Sd4tv y ain ~ tprivilge to e*am
00"IK poeAsIL- ackrond pillow,
team tq bfI~7~ % i to he
L~ ~ u~to 8 ~tu~awomair
M dWou behage*an
'OB ftunael ea ibe n onr a t ,
rt ftansam a- dr o6er, lihe o
wlspdo* t As the led eatf tha
Wsltw the e that oae dosa to the
'haxel are seeked up Mbt the pipe
above. or thdwe that escape a' hat
ofat bred sad a nolaas tiset on 't#1
Uabl low the taoath of the *aOe4i
ftunfl. When tet insects akef tor
third Teast thy are whirled up lito
the openaly aboVa as oon as they
etho with i the radius of sotf6ta.
Valves at the top of the funnels eoose
down wheb the vacuum motor to &but
bf and the traps dem be removTbad
himredt In sealdlng water to kill
PR/QER WAY TO SWEEP ROOM
tine thiat Are esntlal, -Also a
C That s Sulited
S. the 6oooMlon.
S1the Allw t plS,, supply yourseN
Wft aW~ hftbe ry U mesthe
"1Wm (M wthe bed are used
o D puipo, lbt that is .at ex-
aw t a oloi anthed. If you.de not.
have them already, buy the cdrso,,
joigAblhod o ete oeloth, double width,
sad bind with Tursay red. sake the
Ah"eto bigesggA s to ooverthe largest
piece of fuutture eru wbak to protet.
%'he m t'a t IIs Is to dress properly
for the work. 3- ve a.oottoo frock
whbih lto easily I* th* jrao t and
-leIves to tb. yw i 6jM may movoe
uBampee4; asy *slbes, a sweeping
ap and a pair of loose, old p1eves.
Carry from the roo a smaUO objects
wlt ,yej eaoago lay at eoubee or
etbae that can be covered. Dust thq,
W 794 9ye a tI M& ad. Then
*move out of the room all small (uMra.-
fmte which can be taken from theo
o fOwl& dWUaf n aft ewu" also.'
J ear vt% the duu*0as seetan. al;
uwA a Iua piepep( ifuriture. us.
tU the aqatte desr e *be t r plc-
K4 ir t0 4qMIP aW Jeavae or!
Ar0da ,pa -, It 14 o t woae to
4If aPMAit !t.46sW wiU Sy.
yiP, AXt tw dar The
I tavel prevent it layng
9 a tatM4 dWo gaain the
ai 0.p4eSa. Swqep from the
(w* Q. M entWr ea the
A-im NuMis the
t ^ ~r 1 1 .
A trial package of Munyo'a
Pillb will be ment "e to ayoa
eat. Address Profeor iatmyoTW,
fferson St..,'Philadelphia. U
in need of medical advice, do not *6 to
wtte Professor Munyon. Your cm '
carbon will be treated in triot mdp.
and your case will be dianoae4 p ".TTV
fully as though you had a persoaw l
Munyon's Paw Paw Pills, arq
all other laxatives or caktbartiU.e
coax the liver into activity by l
methods. They do not scour, there do
not gripe, they do not weaker hut Oey
do start-'all the eeetions of the o
aed steeae in a way that aesm
the organsin ad
eorrecte constipation. In O
eonatipation be responsible for
ments. There are ~ f X e T
bowels, which is really a
When this pipe become
whole system beoomespniiaN
Wlg biliousness, indigestion
blood, which often piode lU
and kiBey ,tmunt.. No wa
sufers with constipation r w s i
ailment can expect to how
complexion or enjoy illd
I had my way I would I .
of alne-tenths of the e ats r
now being sold for the emos
awon destroy the lialm$ of
*ad so paml Ae the m
Ie= to act M lka M
oh Ie LA -
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.Mwl i th.bed inssb a ios
itht tbh tre a eaMpemlted to
lift upward to conoetate on It, snd
9x tae Idneed atr a shot time.
N eight f Fmern.
-AMd how is your son Henry
i4, In literature?" asked the
I ", e's doilg famously," said
S other. "His auto
t te dollar te other da;
t o igaed to a promissory
'o three hudred. I bought it
N'- PN g t' e of Spee*h.
.lt an the things that may befall a
M It. ktlthg could be mush strong
Sthan tbA estrutoe of a little
*o* ea w ted by Bishop eWitiam
ihhadattiiaded a vr of the Ca's.
4aes rAbr*h tat Winnipeg. and there
a en a mblrnlaomamr bishop, who
-ft bees alsx ehea o the way, hav.
ome most -tof the distance il a
Maone. The missaatonary bishop report.
4 gravely that the diocese ot at broth
er bihop had "'gone to the dogfs."
btg ase-d for an explation. he
said thi the Baklosa In the diocese
md bE a church with whales' ribs
Wnrafters, and covered it with walrus
hide. The little, ebhurch held eighty
persons; but in the time that elapsed
between two werviees the building was
set upon by a park of famished dogs.
and demelirhed in a few hours.--
Teyth's Companion. 1
A mOfeaa' Wownd
from a knife, gUas tin cam, rusty ail,
LAbworks op accany o r. wato,, do
ands prompt tratmest With suek.
'e'rs Araei Salve to provot blood
poison or* gre ae. e.s te aquick-
est, rest hear for all sucl wounds
s for bea, oels, ores, ski
ett ess chapped heads,.
's orplles. I camtsa.t 8. W. Rew.
*'s. % tf
Thi arveit M*A.
The fWmi "barvest mweo" is ap
O" to the full bkoo which bappeas
iH awra to the t1 tof
lio any t full a .g to .a esot
an is espeolafl favlebS alwi hewi es
go *asthe oVSS?4
Woik Wi R
sai W1 kito *It, lft lr ti
big tauiobly wi"th- thouglk to the
water on the distlley root there
was no smptom of the commotion of
th fluid Inside the boiler, where a
half ton of roein simmered like molt-
en steel. "
To Caesar White, unjmagnative In
all other respects, the process pos.
seed a fascination. He had pictured
his rival fung Into the caldron by the
force of his mighty arms. One In-
stant's agony-nd flesh, bones, cloth-
ing, all traces of the quadroon would
be utterly dissolved In that fiery flow.
It was a little Incident that precipl-
tated his determination. A Sunday
call, a scornful word from Mandy, the
sight of a lithe figure skulkIng through
the pine trees behind the girl's hut-
and Caesar White, was in the forest
alone, rolling upon the ground and
biting hi clenched fists in a paroxysm
of Jealousy until the blood flowed.
Next day the two men were alone
on the distillery roof. The quadroon,
under Caesar'. direction, was polish-
. g the copper iUd of the still, which
had been raised from Its position by
their united efforts for this work.
Deep In the gloom under them Caesar
fanned be could see the gleam of the
molten masu, placid as still water,
.but deadly as boiling lava. As Jef-
feoson turned he stretched out his foot
lastly. The quadroon tripped and fell;
one puah, an oath and a scream and
a splash far below. Then the giant
Shriek upoa shrek pursued *him.
The quadroom was hard In dying.
rear drove out the foreman's anger.
These ahrieks pursued him as he hur-
red toward his quarters. Shriek upon
shaiek; and now, peering In dreadful
terror through his half-opened door.
Oesar saw Regroes running from all
pertu toward the still, from which is-
ced those. everreadg ortes. Would
he mas never die? Could he live
oves 090 maoe(i that fearful tor.
tmTI The glat trembled. He cast
about him to fy. Where? Anywhere.
Beads of persplraNeO sprang to hib
bew sd the mahood wet out from
his wek limba. He had thought to
oesplih his deed* unseen and un-
Iepted; s atd i those fearful
-t-es meesded through the pine
'lege. He ask down Inert and help.
p a 4 the bOy proud.
ialgftalg with te cries, eaone
sMi ef laughter. Cavsar looked up
*om the great still, sur.
iy a erwlve crowd, a da
ami e gd j i sde Oneae
amp,~ 1gdgal hew t t
gf owger t g J.B
tics the woman
the bird when Plut fbl
IF moaned p a
fused to leave it. 1t
way, hbaa great fa iM
creatures, and the bird SiM
oglseand return that t
Kicker-They say a liesn Is
afraid of a man as a im to d
Snicker-If that's the easi
would be an awful peanc I 1
out to hunt ose.
A Charming Weman
s one who is lovely In to
mind and temper. But It'l
a woman to be charming
health. A weak sipkly -
ae nervous and Irritable.
1en and kidney poistmon BW
*hA, blotches, skin erupolai
wretched complexion. Butt
Bitters always prove at Godeind t
women who want health, beauty j
fW :ends. They regulate stomach,
and kidneys, purify the blood, giq
strong nerves, bright eyes, :
breath, smooth velvety skin. lovely
corplexten and perfect health. Try
them. 50 cents at 8. W. Rowley's.
Thr Useful Killdeer.
The kIlit< ir. if it isi et.o at all i
this partof the country, cannot staid
in high favor. There Is no talk eof
killdeer bunting. They are not to be
perceived in the sIas of birs e
successful hunter lia to dispy.
there are pathetic evidesee to ,.q |
noted on tha beaches that th
iportsinen" who shoot at
living find In the kiUdeer a
their liking. ,
In a bulletin just put out by t h
riculture do'artment It appegeg
this beautiful. if somewbati
bird. renders very efficient servi,!
mankind. it preys upnqt
larvae. The diving battle. a
emy to the ash hateheries d so
structive to fish food. Is a
much to the taste of the kiUl
is dO industriou hunter o(
fish which te a mlisse
marshland lu dyked. He
plow of thb famtor ad
grubs. cut worms. lef
other pests of aieNow *&.
little or no vegetable o iS
ably then. as Il tslit es
only If he ean c ed ao So
A-hapod coop uan
I klenoas. It Is quickly
says the Homestead.
tle fllustrsatos it Is three
Stwo fot from front to
woe tet hibh. The cross-
Waft *yPogowtby Pew* astleg De
by ""Oh" ftwft
useat allm adby fowl eafting 4Ye.w
m "t ftu atosumagts. Some sasqt
it in Asoi a Wut Ot ofptomainOoewp4
lug.- Th. e :00Y Is. turpeatw^
the fomloing Ib a goodt~at
oato at ofnwmWater ot wlaj'
tmhe0 cwon~3ow b
nearly ftullWith wars
then,, holdog the LaySh s
tire coemtud& 77ui
*Weaned #00e&.a.t. .. .
Oil edam &ow t~~~~
by ItmIf uaWr v"). ~ h1
boto"s 44 Job-s*~wS
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as it see from the stg
or 4.0 tore two sanoes,
(C. My whiskey Ia
fP l real whIikey with the t
hiswkey at any price. It is
SMlnale Pure Feeood Law. It is
ipees oen count of Its purity
....** .* **** per Galleo
amp s Whaihey. 83.10 per
7. y made. Prilee list
- -"s-ed1 ande address
water and a tablespoonful each of
. common salt and baking soda. The
pan is made of a material which will
not corrode from the action of these
substances In the water, but this
same action will remove the tarnish
from silver In a few minutes. The
tableware is placed on the rating in
the pan and allowed to remain there
for fhm one to two minutes, if warm
water is used, and from five to ten
minutes if the water is cold. It is
then removed and wiped dry, leaving
It as bright as new.
OLD NEW ENGLAND DELICACY
Apple Slump Healthful and Appetlx-
Ina, Partloularly Durtng the
Months of Summer.
Pare, core and quarter one dozen
eeeoking apples, pour over them one
cupful of boWliag water and put where
they will beginto ook, live min-
utes later add 1' the apples one and
a halt cupfuls of molasses and cook
for 15 minutes more, while you proe
pare a soft blecult duugh, sing two
cupfuls of flour, oe heaping teaspoon-
ful esam er, two level teaspoonfuls of
basinf power, and on teaspoonful
'of butter, rubbed finely into the Sour,
-and milk to stir to a dough that is too
soft toroll. Put this over the ap
pl"tes b should be tender, but not
ber the saucepan closely and
31 0 minutes without lifting the cov.
er. :rso itbh a hot sauce, made by
bepgt|p to cream half a cupful of
butter and oes cupful of sugar, stir-
ring In Jpst before using one cupful
of boUlg milk and a seasoning of
Buy two and one-half pounds ol
mattoa fat In the leaf and try it out,
and save the rest. I get the oucum.
be ule by runnlan cucumbers
thSl.fW d *!bo.epper and straining:
0-6 aso-r potash, disolved in one
.a"it of wAter, let It get cold, one plont
dof e"4 ber Jutee. one-balf cup of
So oeasts' worth oil of' sasa
talewapee of sugar to make
Sd pounds of aeat, alOw
W I a s It is luaewaI
to help hlm.
wasn the aesatstee m thie M
was couttaway sufferl"Vwita
SkIn trouble Oad who had
fog ditfrent preeriptioos sad
oda with my asetan, toldau
was goag to aet some at the
Remedies and give them a fa -
But as I did not know amu
Cuticurs at that time I was
whether It would help her.
would thicken, break and bleed,
pecally on the fingers, wristo a
arms. I could do nothing to lrelv
her permanently. When she A rt N, .
piled the warm baths of Cutes s
Soap and applications of Cutl. .,.
Ointment abshe saw a decided Impev' .7
meant and In a few days she was euOW ,'
"I lost no time In recompendng
the Cuticura Remedies to Mr.
and this was two months ago. I to r
him to wash with warn bathe of t h
Cutioura Soap and to apply the'O*ut.
cura Ointment generously. Believe
me, from the very first day's use of
the Cuticura Remedles he was greatly
relieved and today he is completely
cured through their use. I have great
faith In the Cuticura Remedies and
shall always have a good word for
them now that I am convinced of
their wonderful merits." (Signed) B.
L. Whitehead. M. D., 108 Dartmouth
St.. Boston, Mass., July 23, 1910.
Stella--Did they give the bride a
Bella-Well, all her friends threw
cold water on the bridegroom.
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, W !'- :4w
f ror sad S ie -low.4s
1.2mal oft rom EWot Sdor 01Psal.W Sto 1,000.
W4dWI 1-S4 oil** frm river .
ae eov a rier, belonging
% alWI, ntpped 1,000 to 1200
S thls A eMson; Is bold for
"TMe two properties can be
'to close this. etate for. about
W cre R ea luand two
M M s ople of room ftot
SIort a ottkge, write
Sr IM to $8S per month.
A ~eehtt ~ am," rvewith fone
00o boom' oe an rivor banik.
Inny aore, pan elmreos imst
W aside. rlter on weet; OaW' mil
ftma Ban Mateo poetofce, Oa bare
Two thousand three hundred Serp
lyl0tg between Palatka sad fan M*
tea. $12 50 per acre: railroad ruoa
through propartv: has frontage on St
Jobne river and county Is building
hard pirfare highway through It Par#
of this land is suitable for fruit a&0
truck and part as good potato land aw
theret is In the famous Utlnpgs d41*
trict, which Is but about three milem
from eastern boundaries. Plowlng wel)
on the property and a small orsap
rr''-. vWells can be put dowa pR ans
rart of It
We have properthle rmuai'a, pt
a few hundred "1o S1.0 W**i W
*hnut price you Would WIbt to 9l t
for a place sad we i- write poW-.
about what we have around yor ur
~m wb i, We sj A*0 "qs
a*4a ~4*j .' -
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mej Seat ths `
fand for yrs oft ow.
oMen, and well have they
J in clothing that will ia.
U11 lave oomfort to the wwer
They don't make style
it. They study it year afte
.Me -Md *a=*s. Theu is-a
r *~r-**** *~d54j
the woarerof.. a NAd.
~~I w &ndiv 4usmat i
S .*~ ~ in 4r one8WW7Ms
S. dotheo bas
wS M alet show youT
miIihs~miSm.imm.mim.i. a.. S *.*..eC..s*
u;I~ 4 ...
SAM MAY30 33AY~CH
lp: : t :i.
47 taus$ only
DourDou Dour CTY ~ i D617 Den, BAMFORD I
vs-m e &. BANCO agso. sa*s. No as S" SBANCO J .
I~ -'1 P.0 S. S. CO. lt gap.,West F. M., .d 10 ,5wme.co..
off soskshwim. msat, beuueswosd to wlerris satd d #ae fso aJs *I
*.S s ob wo2 v Ies,0iS edsow-me fAstmso o. lse wsed i. sl se wsme..mo s sd m16 is C.....,se o b.e WO ----
=0"906dleest ears"owoom .0&"agrO*ee
j*L.W" O1P T108LOCAL T11011CARDOR OS018035 INPORWAfIOlW "11111T1011 ICSUI 4""
HeR. 143 ogmIf 1Ge...s Age.. ST. AUCUSTINS. UWO41be
AUTOMOBILE TIRE COST REDUOIRD
WOOWONTN TREAOSi Petresildi SkiddlUgi Preveld
y Quam*nted Patent
SSod In Putnam
"4pt Uthe, Oebratod
ja ICA* All.
Weedweith Treads- wre tin -protac
fes made 0 hof me leather studwe
ith sOoW rivets. They wre held on
Ge uimesby sgasg pIOUsprAmp Along
theNI adetat always Mild them at
own 14MAM peeTONa sany poesbZ
*of@ wu aIlhg. or Waomesainssd thus
Avdufmgs W deat 4 1"mhaSin ad
- soesunos with Wpro 0 e
how" dtoeas vim. ?aayrwegMAIN
us to S. hbre the Wies In s"Y
0" hs.60"d rivets"at"ulvmtouu
SM.reyest sl~piqaof @Md.
48 So. sm"e ae w e 2 d "MIft
fto Prelaskals"war wwIn tW
~bslethe uedIs Sr e"edby
OVOW 41WAtlls asth oils w"t
W4 t- ara -
properly tflaod 1tb fre t A
Ave thousnd to olf th heb liee
The Treads average bft fpU
sad to 8fv thousand mlUee of"
.ad sometmes on light eoa
as eISht *houssnd to te sai
They St all mal 1 d Om
Sonm easily pet l
jgivfg f .ue
every trUe. .%.&'
"S a 1800 00 00 00.o
soZ 0 of Go* *0 .
ISO a 8 14 so go *0
Nz4 00 09 5 00
3k 0 04 00.so.*.*.,
Is 414 to.so*#
Otherm- Is on
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i Url b wr; sgshe
I~ ~ t so bwbt~uI h
T.. ONLY WAY.
tmi*6 dSimi ,cb.
"What waes ob
the firemens v*
UM4tt!F.Why do Few go" "sshott
t &Ytro aske up fe. plli
low, **at Is mim er ~IL,
A fSageISesl Mhivuls
b'tb*mgb our GdUb heWW .
21ftYawIt sureif wa th
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'u at f W. *;A
vu sryi tsaw. uite este to
"low esZ* veug deaf;woud m
AMR- a- L'
;., .'t. ** .
Al t isqa s
SShe Is Qualified.
- "So you are sure your wife could
'vte with proper discrimination?"
etital1ly. If a woman can learn
Ito WOre a bridge game she ought to
1 asno trouble ito marking a ballot."
R ^g t BacIX-Mele,' CAPUINZ
.ta o m, mtosh or
I MqTroslbe Cpudle will relleve you.
~I Jnt*ptMlB to ftake-ta lmmeodl-
S a., mai 0 cots ta drug
Sebblby there is nothing so In-
slemere as the struggle between two
I eAto aee which shall pay the car
Amw igd wol a
F Tmelter wit
Dmot ay love a shitig mark-
but inlT marks are amarce.
qrd ovewomu .sipstioaa,
1-0,48at4 bilmsu attaeu
Our idea of a true phiJoeopher is a
man who to ablo to e~plat away his
fults to the sattfaotle of tmaselt.
"What are you girls dolnagr
"Settling our costumes for the
Shakespeare ball. mother."
"Take my advice and wait. They
may dig up something at any moment
to prove there never was such a per-
son, and then where would your
Rosalind and Cella be?"
Im pertarlt tom e tte o
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
Signature of C
In Use For Over 80 eare.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
A Book Agent's Order.
First Book Agent-Did you receive
an order at that house I just saw you
come out of?
Second Book Agent-Yes,
told to "git."
Tebout is a w"dsd dselh p, sromA tdo
3 mue old the
I""t ofsr oies
Msu *ymsoeFslow 90 bow
.01 e bMood
a nagging woman
most of the be-
WMed iDlsever vvbelpe0 @o=."semI*
dysepe~. ibosed~S eapd so duM
= AA-A.. yof 1 a&
4="'-pw ** dil- ~w e*
AND PATLNT TIR
VNIIO14 CO'WON 5AGGING OOSPORATIG"
once &M )Wn at. peM kOIOLK VA.
Sumwb Uda S&4 Pk'L Aat M T A I3I, 0.9
IN ORbDSK;TfO9 -C
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