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SAN MATEO, FLA., AUG. 26, 1911.
PalshMd Wtdly, $1.00 a
j ews of the Weeki
Capt. Lyles' letter on page eight
will interest ihe Sain Mateo friends.
Geo. T. Sulf of Dlband was here
recently in Interest of Stetson
W. M. Williaui and bride are
baek at Pomoina froin their trip to
R. C. Howell purchased a model
four door Raiumler this week of
*e Tilghman tUrage.
D. Woodrow and his family of
Ieals have gone to Baltimore for a
Isit.. They left last week via M. M.
F. A. Bailey and wife, of Chicago
re taking in tile sights at Coney
WlIand. Forest says a ten dollar bill
olks like thirty cents in uo time.
a. W. Hills expected to make a
ptawayy early next week for a trip
tot. His father bas a cottage
akeIsland and be expects to
d sometime theereon a visit.
,. L. eap and family passed
rough town recently ani made our
ce a short call. They were en-
pe from Pennsylvania to Kissim-
nomiag down via CUnoinlinti
ID. M. Baker has had a force of
at work this week putytng the
Ilu tooehes to his road contract
a the Palatka bridge and St.
County line and San Mateo.
thirteen miles of road he has
i6 t this district.
g| Frana Bugler aooompained
Mrs. aM Bow MqApe Apail
Lat4te owen A d btdr by aate
Slatlap Monday. The MIses
formerly lived at Orange
iad it eanemd like old times to
.bteyo o ladles In lan Mateo
1ad anews reaobs ua that Tev.
l woa*L r 8td at his hoWme in
iMhb w1b and **
L' te al terIM
The Item changes to an all home NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
print in the next two weeks. We TAX DED
S e e Under See. 8 of Chapter 4 Law of Florida.
want a correspondent from eac. of Notice is hereby given that J. A.
the towns In old Putnam. It will be Crosby, purchaser of fractional
our aim to make the Item of interest Tax Certificate No. 172, dated 2nd
to all. Will be glad to hear from any day of June, A. D., 1902, has
o-e who witi ..t Ite tr uie toiled said fractional Certificate inl
one who will take y oflce, and has nale application
us in the news of their sections each for Tax Deed to issue in accordance
week. with law.
~ .~~ Said fractional Certificate em-
C. 8. Gowen, qf Cresent City, left braces the following described prop-
last week for Maine to return in erty, situated in Putnam County,
October with Mrs. Oowen and Miss Florida, to-wit:
Louise. Last heard from hitl he had W. 25 a. of )wN W Nw. '", Section
Loue. La.t heard Township 10, 8. Range 97 E.-25
stopped over in Washington to help acres.
fix up some If the schedules. He The said land being assessed at
says a lot of lobsters fixiig the tariff the date of issiuance of such certif-
t t a .il le icate in tlhe name of Wilson Howard
-not trying to make a good bill and Co.
know It will be vetoed, just playing I Tless snid fractional Certificate
politics. liall be redtleeid according to law,
Tax Deed will issue thereon on the
S. th day of August. A. D., 1911.
A. W. Davison, of Sarasota is put- Witnet mny official signature and
ting In his second summer at that seal this 29th day of July, 1911.
place add says its fine and dandy. HaN Y HuNTYH HINRON,
As Mr. Davison comes to Florida [seal.) Clerk C*uit Court,
from Vermont te mer fact of Puhl County, Florid. .
from Vermont the mere fact of hia By H. Hutchiuson, Jr. D.C. No. 62,
staying the second summer speaks
pretty well for the Florida climate.
He sends us a few tarpon scales aud
reports they have had great sport
with this fish this season.
Our neighbor Hastings did herself
proud in the way of entertalning-the
good roads rally, held there last
Thursday under the auspices of the
St. Johns County Automobile Asso-
elation. About fifty automobiles
from St. Augustine, Palatka and
near by point* were there. Quite a
number came by train, wagons, etc.
Good roads got a boost right, from
the speeches made and Interest man-
ifested. They meet next week at
Noste for PublicaUton.
-Department of the Interior,
U. Land Offte at Oalnesvilll, Fla.
August 12. 1911.
Notice is hereby given that
ThomaJ J. Wright, of San Mateo,
aulia, who, on July 19, 1906 and
July 26, 1908, made H. E. No. 87158
(Serial Number 04166) and H. B. No.
I7161, (Serial No. 04169) for Lots .1 8,
4 and 6, Section 84. Township 10
South, Range 7 East, Tallahssee
Meridian, has filed notice of luten-
tion to make Final five year Proof,
to establish claim to the land abdve
deesribed, before the Clerk of the
COrouitCourt, at Palatka, Florida,
ll lla witnesses:
harles Solana, of Ban Mateo,
0. Wellq, of San Mateo, Florida.
Wo BRors, of San Mateo, Flor-
TmrTer, of san Ma.o, Flor-
\, 0, 4/ osua
hy' ... i.. 5. S PWl
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Under Sec. N of Chapter 48W, Laws of Florida
Notice is hereby given that W. A.
Williams Jr., purchaser of Tax Cer-
tifcate No. 624, dated the 7th day of
July. A. D., 180, has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to iusle in
accordance with law. Said certif-
icate embraces the following de-
seribed property situated in Putnam
County, Florida. to-wit:
Lot iI. Bl2k 264. Palatka.
The nitl land( beiig assessed at
the date of the issuance of such cer-
tificate inl the name of George B Hurt.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 11th day of
September, A. D., 1911.
Witness ay official signature aind(
seal this tie 12tli day df August. 191.
[Seal] Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnai County, Florida.
Hy H. Hutchinson, Jr. I).C.. No.637
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Under see. of Chapter 4tI, Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that J. P.
Wall, purchaser of Tax Certifi-
cate No. 81, dated 6th day of July,
A. D. 19t0, has filed said Certificate
in my office, and has mada applica-
tion for Tax Deed to issue in accor-
dance with law.
ald Certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property, situated
in Putnam County, Florida, to-wit:
Nwj of tS Section 8, Towuship
, ange 28 E.-40 acres.
The ed lad being asseseod at
the date of Issuance of such Certifi-
cate in the name of Unknown.
Unless said Cortiicate ball be re.
deemed according to law, Tax Ded
will issue thereon on the 11th day of
Speember, A. D., 111.
Wlte mr oSD ela3JSl t and
-al .i tUi da ofr 9Aw I
W1Id 0OS:VAw a M" 1
NOTICE OF A PPIICATIOt FOR
Under See. 9 of Chapter d4hw, Laws of Iorlda.
Notice is herehy given tha T. J.
Wright, purclhmsr of Tax Vertfi.
cates No. 624 and 620 dated 6 iday of
August A. I). 188W, has file said
Certificates in my office, a has
made application for Tax D ed to
issue in accordance with law.
Said Certificates embrace tL fol-
lowing described property, nuated
in Putnam County, Florida, wit:
Lot 1, 40 aores, embraced I said
Certificate No. 624, and Lot 6, 45
acres, embraced in said Cerliflate
No. 529, all in Section 84, Township
10, 8. Range 27 E.
The said land being assersd at
the date of issuance of such Certifi-
cates in the name of Unknowp No.
628 and Unknown No. 638, respeo-
Unless said Certificates shell be
redeemed according to laI 4P.ir-
Deed will issue thereon on' tt~ 4th
day of September, A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 6th day of August. 1911.
HENRY H T''(CHINSOMN.
Ci'rk Circuit Colirt,
(Seal) Putlnan Countys Fla.
By Henry Hutchinibon, Jr. D. 9.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Under see. 8 of Chapter MwN. Lawn of Plorida.
Notice is hereby givenh that J. W.
Gordon, purchaser of Tax Cer-
tillnato No. 872, datlli 6ttl day of
July, A. I). 1897. has filed said Cer-
tificate in my office, and has llade
application for Tax Deed to Issue in
accordance with law.
Said Certificate embraces tne fol.
lowing described prioprty, situated
in Putnain County, llorida, to.wit:
Pt. ('ausey Sil. D)iv. of Htdnal
Grt., Book 18, P. 470, Sectiod 41,
Townslinp 18, 8. ange 26 E.--l are.
The said land being assessed q the
date of iuYsance of such Certlqoate
In the name of E. H. Stearns.
ITnless said Certificate shall bere-
deemied according to law, Tax leed
will issue thereonl on the 11th dy of
September, A. D.. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 12th day of August, 1911.
HNy v H H n'uHtaaoN,
(Seal.J Clerk Circuit Court
Putian C('ounty, Flog ia.
By Henry Hutchlianon, Jr., D.(C.
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Mr. A. W. Tucker, of Flora
was a pleasant caller at our P
ofcee recently. Mr. Tuckerll0
many In tile Floraiomne section
Is deeply interested in the astl
County Commissioners will
ward oarrylng out u ar te
Legislature and drainina t h
muck lands of-that setlon.
ly drained therm s no qb
Patnama unaaty has a v
In theb Iwrahme Iasde
good work he tkea np
ward to oep iota aB
tshe aimimet wrd
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The Florida Citrus Exchaige hereby anom that it has averaged fo the growers aSlated with
the Exchange a higher prico-net on the tre- her orange shipped through the w change_ this
season, than any other marketing agency in the State of lorida, has paid an average to its growers for
oranges of imiar grade, pack and quality.
CLAIM No. I-The Floida Citrus EBchane claims that t ha handled i citrus fruits, from time
of loading on cars until delivered at destination, including all charges of selling whichh include broker-
age, auction charges, salaries, telegrams, and every expense of whatever nature and kind incurred in
selling such fruit) for less actual charges to the grower owning said fruit, than any other marketing
agency in the State of Florida.
CLAIM No. t-The Florida Citrus Echange claims that has obtained from the prh r in the
market places of the United States, a higher price for the citrus fruits handled by the Porida Citrus B-
change during the season of 1910-11 than has ben obtained by any other ~ ma ting agency in the 8tate
of Florida for fruit of similar grade and quality, sold at the same times.
CLAIM No. $-The Florida Citrus ExchanW claim that today its k and brands stand higher
with the trade that purchases and sells citrus fruit n the markets of tbeu. ry than the packs and
brands of any other marketing agency in the citrus deal in Florida, for fruit ae grade and quality.
CLAIM No. 4-The Florda Citrus aEchange claims that i the ot agcy operating a the
citrus deal in Florida that renders an boat, intelligile account sale to its ~in tht i s tihe oly
agency in Florida that states on its account 'aethe actual date and ple ale, the actbl amount o
money received for the fruit pld, the name o the purdhaer; and paialy e all dedta of every
nature and kind from the gree process of the sale, wbch ables the b o to readily and
gently check back to o whether he has receed an honest ac nting or not.
CLAIM No. 5-The Florid Citrus Exchange claims that s agency for the w e of citrus fruits,
operating in PFlorida, actually handle the fruit of its patron for total gr 1 charge to he gpwer of
10 cents a box--r anything r that m-to include all costs f d of whatsoever nsatmue and
kind; including brokerage, a ehar ohaimsor,- salre and ot elaborate ad detailed de-
penses, AS MANY OROW HAVE BEEN MISLED INTO BELIEVING.
CLAIM No. 6-The FPl Citrta Echange claims that is the only marketing
in citrus fruits in Florida pays in full to the growers for whom i ships, all of te a t c"
lects from transportation companies for loes. damage and overcharge.
The Florida Citrus Exchane hereby challlees any markeng agesy operadtg in the State of
Florida to disprove any of the six foregoing cahims-no by mere ex-part statements, but by poalve
proof backed up by evidence, to be submitted to three prejudiced, uartisan rowr .nd opeato
of experience in the State of Florida; and we willN sPt as somines for this nommte of Arbitra-
tion three men well known throughout the State, nea of whom r are aled with the P da Citrmu
Exchange, or have any leaning or partisanLhip d tertor-towt-
MR. EKrALL C. ATWOOD,
MR. J H.H PR ON,
MR . STBVENS
and we will select a our Expert to check up from tbe books of say meptos r of tt -k6o6ge, o.r Cah-
ler, Mr. Charles 0. Harness, who is to have just as free access tho boomk -- -eErd o thse chaLeng-
ing party as the representative of the challenger allbs hav ai inavetitg Mar boob and eoerd.
Moral.-Ship through the Exchange and
Get It AlL
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7b Ceunb Where
ftWe LAW& sWilts
~~t~h IyeOrsTheY Ane'
N th authority of Dr. Ru-
dotph N. Anderson. whom
*.4 Isas gd as Au t
1.a mi n'tm boed ia othe
S. therOwyearold eareesa of a
Sli. w Ae slitlyr acrd and a
K N1 ifta, t certainly knllf The
,r. Hee because he a t*ew
s poM'Uea salole6. It was bow-
S n aothb As the doctor had
had iesty of the latter he welcomed
Sttwhea s. t he adeo
death lo ( n at ooatry, ower
SOU hhtero ifal
0, 88 t. saHl ws so o *e up there
a the malls t o oup there.
T a ttter la the atter bo at
ea I time for the July doe
*:,* .4tis0 Mr. tefaSuea wrote oN Marob
'U. 1W better ts arrived aroud a
S oa pket over nlght the folks at
S* b eto watU other ixu aoths
.M. dtefaau.o and Dr. Aaderson
r'o. t ork P April 190. They
S's-d ter way by railroad to Xdmona
Shthe furterest point to
human ingeouty aad daring
able to push the l rat
S*e agate of prgresb. Prom
thp two explorers map
K iiaat0 t thhe had '
*t Maaie. where, the
Cr, LUe.ro nron io. they would
r iad UrdUwe sateamern ready to
S-'aI 't t thell two ait
Iplaged sI*to tha terrible fast-
of- tinI N"a ad- I b
r low ae ta o
Swhbe e wo ee co4
ftHe WOW tao oa
^VOW swo ".Wo baI u ft
b eat aal. 'l o I&d po4 4
pa **~ eney treeasb a
at e have
beat a a|1. Mananod report o
their jewrres whgot givgla a hit
tht they ouatorOd aght but what
th spotted who they left New
Nar e of the TrIp,
It wrld g H o 'ar ore pace
tha the lioit of thi article permit
to ve more thaa a mee akeleto of
the t ot the two yere' trip. as it
b o a t pof s le a fDr. I. .
dr~o or tt hrMusen of
gatt i Hstotry, who authored the
eRpedltlos. When the Bow themselves
arrive they will fll l with detail the
tory of periods of ta days and more
that ofta elasped without a morel of
sustailar food pass-a their lips. and
which they dismissed with a single
eotenee their preliminary report.
a 'many rpecs the trip of Mr.
Steftasson and Dr. Andersona ur
passes any other expedition ever made
Into the north by white men. The dif-
fiulties with which they had to con-
tend. because of the very nature of
their journey, exceeded even those
which confronted Commwnor Peary
on his dash to the north pole. His
was a hurried trip across several hun-
dred miles of lee to the pole and
back. Carefully constructed sleds
drawn by the finest Eskimo dogs In
the arctic circle carried provisions
Not so with Stefanaon and Ander-
so. Their mission was the collection
of spoemena that would enlighten the
rest of the world as to human, animal
and vegetable Ufo within the aroti
brcl. They had a asintle objective
potat Their wandering and search-
es took them a pirt of the time out
over the Ieo of the Arctic oeoan and a
part of the time arose mountain ran-
gee that rise thousands of feet In the
Food Stolon by Wild Beasts.
They also had plenty of provisions
when they started. As though, how-
ever, the ordinary perils of the coun-
try were not sufclent, the real own-
era of the country, polar bears and
wolverines, added to their danger
Time after time the daring laentlts,
wearied by months of privation, would
seek the stores of tood they had hid-
den na caches for just such emerge-
des, only to find that fitur-oeted ma-
rauders had broken In a&d stole bun-
dreds of pounds of food.
teftanusen, as the actual loader of
the expedition, ha reserved all but
the briefest summary for his personal
report to Dr. Bumpus. A brief ten
peaS suooeed for him to announce the
results of the two years' journey, as
well as to outllae his plan for a last
dasa into the country of the hoettle
Coppernine people, Eshkmos who
viewed with jealoua eyes any attempt
oa the part of white men to penetrate
On the map you will ind a tiny
poit of land projecting into the Are
tic cOan Ud named Cape Parry.
Notll U' trats better, peorham
the uasertainty of the position of the
plorers thaa the very rat par
graph of Mr. tefanoo'as letter,
which wa writteo from that pne
March S1 of this year.
"As bskiao (the aUmo 'Jtmmya M
Ia-rau-a who aeompalod Captals
Amunda aIn 104 trfrm Hmnechel
"hbas o0e hers from mlllle
Smead laItends starting tomw
1o the Mackeu delta. I am givif
ba thao letter, hoig it mayr gt aIto
ta July a at Maophersean
81 Mt oa It-grave dloubto as t
Uate wLm s^eeBs a t mi
"A 'wo' and a 'halti' and a '10."'
he Mid, softly. "Weot a 'ell of a name
for a asip!"
Why He Aeopteod it
Itore-Who accepted this poemf
dte-It reads as f It was wrtto
h b lar t
bqhdteet am I *we tho e*
,"', ^*, *-'**is'
eu l at I olt be M
We bwalble, ea I day s -- ng
t-o te some time returning, to Nay
. ti 6e the tmpape t ust be
rp l in t thsc ntfoh datao Sit
b Pt* odhea howf le trip, as Mr.
tt V-re* ad1 eoodddtla bbe-
taS Atamabl1 at least-is days gol
sI the samU time returslnc to my
suthft ,t the time that must be
sot In -atbft- ,oleatill data. & lt
danF' proVxoa4 however. were ala
that Mr. tefaUoe ha d. Pbr the rest
ao hg food he must depe upon a
poetry In which even the lulmatax
feod it eaedlgilt difCldt to ed
erldet oed to astail their M ves.
The pesidbty of starvation, how-
ever, did not deter the adventurer.
That he made the trip, oseured his
rpeelneAs ad Is now safely on his
retr is all that thoeo who are moat
deply interested In his welfare know.
Dr. Anderson who, shortly after he
set out from the friendly deck of the
little river steamer on the Mackensie.
operated from Mr. Stefansson and
headed a party of 3squimaux Into the
country, has written a little more at
length of his two years' trip. He too
has found a sentence quite sufioent
to tell of experience that must have
tried the heart and courage of every
member of the party.
Ballle Island, In the Arctic ocean.
was the headquarteo chosen by Dr.
Anderson for his party. Prom there
he wrote his report, which by Its very
simplildty and dlrectness is one of the
most remarkable documents ever sent
through the malls of the United States.
Day by day has Dr. Anderson de-
tailed his Journey. Of the entire first
year spent In the north his report says
nothing, the letter he had sent out
earlier on one of the two occaasions
word was received from the adven-
turers beluga sucident In his opinion
to cover that period. Of the second
year, when the provisions taken north
by the party hbad either bn eaten
or stolen by the bears and wolverines,
he says but little more.
At the end of their trip, when death
and starvation stared them In the face,
they stumbled across the carcass of
a bowhead whale. Dr. Anderson, writ-
nlg of the ind, said, "The carcass was
evidently two or three years old, but
the meat was fairly well preserved."
Although it was still early In the aft-
ernoon the party camped immediately
aad there dogs and men feasted side
by side. "The moat," wrote Dr. An-
deroso "ws fairly palatabW slightly
acrid but not ofeasive and all In all
was very llUing"
At the concluason of their letters
both Mr. Staeasson and Dr. Ander-
son express themselves as being do-
asrous of returning again t the coun-
try t which they spent two such ter
rible years to complete the work they
The first spelda gathered by Mr.
Stoeaneson and Dr. Anderson have ar-
rived at the Museum of Natural His-
tory. The men will reach New York
la the near future
A Puzzling Shlp Name.
Jese Conway, the witty correspond-
eat of the Cleveland Leader, tells this
The noble battleship Ohio steamed
Into Quito harbor one day uand an-
chored alongside a British tramp.
]Prestly the trnmp' dlngy wa low-
ereod aad alor men rowed out to the
battleship. They arrived under the
aame plate and painfully spelled out
the warrior's handle. All looked pus-
sled. Finally one Britisher tried it
A Commuter's Explanation.
The man In th+lron mask explained.. ----
"They assured me there were so
mosquitoes here," he cried
The Real Thing.
"Say, mister, if you throw three
cents up In the air I kin ketch 'em
all before they come down every
"Humph! That Is nothing but a
How a man does like to have people
think he his wealthy when he lsn't!
Served with cream, milk
or fruit-fresh or cooked.
Crip golden-brown bit
of white corn-delicious
A vur dt appeals to
young ad old.
"The Memory LlWaero
G.old4 -w GOeue
he, Miked th e m-
**Oadetr, what dear tl I t
eitherr door, ma'am," graeloart
answered the conodwtrt. Tho ear
stop at both eads."-4elo- rg MaL
UMADAC U AN ADhW ACS
Caused by Malaria r v r
of nxrir mbet "ute
"1r bave usea m 6r
fly for teen yreat sa
more thiI you claim tor It la trI e
cases ot Chlll8 or Malar wevers.
Pmber of our family ~w ured
alarial. PFver by It when gvena to
di4 by phbsialuoa.--J. P. Oberlet, Yl
na. Va. Ibxtr Babok 60 cents, all *r
uto or Kloosewskl a Co., Washtl toa,
The Bridegroom's Portion.
Mssa Elsie Gentach, who teaches
Sunday school, had been reading to
her class from the gospel of Matthew,
and was examining a promising boy,
a newcomer, about the subject matter.
"There were ten virgins," said the
young man, "five wise ones and fve
foolish ones, and the five wise one
filled their lamps and the five foolish
ones wasn't In no hurry. And at
midnight came the bridegroom. So
the five foolish ones went across the
street to buy oil and got locked out."
"Very good," said the teacher.
"And what did the bridegroom dor'
"Why," said the gAd little student,
"he married the five wise ones."-
A Thirst for Information.
"What I It?"
"Who made the after-dinner
speeches at Belshazar's feast"'
Howell-He has a weather-beaten
Powell-Well. the weather beats
md I- ftV MP0 bis PhY
~ I~ e* Is lIts ga1ae. -112.~ W
Gub. It rello ve feLtha Tmbles ei Cumd
ami D thulba .e 3%006V uibs am
Sb am od U Bwl, ge#I ble3 amrml do**
the bi is'skr Paacrm.-4r XeA, Win'.rrr jiiea4
emUINnE CASTORIA ALWAYS
B"" the Moianatr of
Tle End Yoa HaveAlways B t
In Us For Over 30 Yeam
U - W~ ws
THE IDEAL RAIN MAKER
LOWEST IN INITIAL COST AND REQUIRES A MINIMUM OF ATTN-.
TION. FOR PULL PARTICULARS AND ESTIMATES WRITE
KImbrough Supply Oompany,
PVAXJLA ,TJ ZLA.
SST-CLASS ORANGE BOXES
F RUIT & VBOETABLE CRATES
Of a KiNs, Orang Wrups, C rnautCoated Nal,
Cym Pleld Be, SpIrew Poo Ldders bte.
WRITE FOR PRICES.
1l uvv IHrw Bare Co.
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str set w dr 4 i
It, N~bew 'ga lu l
dad muol t of rew a ttaMMR
ftle wdatew ake ebotho p des
Two churches,, publl sand idaPt|
moy neI ordor twoo 5W
P" ,t t*6 lEdm 66l ,
Stf. **wm La .i *
sto twho te ord ersA d 1
goods at your door, wee-kly.paper*
The place ni lnor poratednd with
the exception of about $60.00 ae
all town taxes are expeded on ast
rGood boaerdingT hou, Syrl Pla
Tdlewold and the Palms open wdntprs;
torteo o tve ord ear.
TOe o the bet adV*i taus Bwath
Mat enjoys Ist traesportaton; Ib
Tood hurntin and sngA tr.t
Inl, dunoth riv quan, rbat bas aad
rshippedt trom t dolat l o w pe te
uOe of the state ra imantmea Sa
three ween ksbot ttoir adi av le
n route to northern markets, and
did not bring sonh to peinsa r, ht
owhe d an mate shipet a stka
dlpme, wrldm po h r wrt her ent dra
on th oCl th e tt asnext. TI s i t-e
throe maUer that tseso Salone wia
worth thousands of n oer to the sa
will do well nto bor in lad tran-
portation ban cate rat that come
wntd hae hrlit fe la In alotaa rlor-
Id the Ceytelosi the net. Thos lit
The mdiren than aeightesa alone
worth y nothioa of qullks t the rvebe
twieod anro Mates ad oth e iorkda
pon rts to orthera market otra
1,AN bia erp og c nto paV fpay for
portatlen and os ate s that Bome
ith labor oat 1r cm erove f or a
The populate abt 6o0, who
The dIUsre t n freagt rates alone
to rsy nothingt of duiancr et rie be
ateo montlS tr the sorthe om ates
10o0 ben and o ea irat th pat ofor
Aths a lar ss a la e roet a or a
BETTRm 0CLA80U OI HOlMS8 THAN
CAN nD POUND rIN ANY PLACE
IN THU 8aOUTS OP TII l15. 'Th
bheldias e ept painted sad grounds
In o a ord eo a
there lt no rasthen-- t la PIera
lor al the yoer ofrut or wl the wire
tsr vbitor. 0 ft-ee who tors
ilTiea puatso t about 1-h, w..
Lam ths hioer atthe, n erry etd
balr air s better thea the emr,
otrre huadh Sk fo als mlt wAVer
The pngesut pin ju at a a
YoeU eaMW playwhomo
mad Org. )Ip a -II
A wollr that tmi f
at asIDIM.Nsoluverps ow.
rv.o -e pclage ueb. uS,
We ma lItN pestpw4dW,
812EAoLIt o fU Pt b
A wrofI~t 0% 4" 064
Wyli fow, dusl am Ib
tan thi6 sMpir). i
rivoo ste gt Niife
.rM, a do a. ft ey fl *
over afterso at 1:U,.,
steamers 3:10 p. a., O*Wn4"
D. & M..lIae from P ldwa
and two tra 0 a4 i
r8 wa, taero term Paah r. e
-.4 .Xe ruPtat
4srw.bS jbIr & Sm.)
Sir Iade t r a t the Our stock is made from ti. best tmber n tYlorlds. Is well ma
t e-Out 0 gWn ded ir rt ftilt es for iUlsn order erload lots are *ezeptionaly good.
I 4Iv CSIt 1P P lrtltmbm.|
1a fhrTrek aiNt a Crmn and LbI
?b Nut Eu~thfl ad AiMr g Drlam
?b .n autbsda btebrsarn
Paata Coca Coh Boting Co
RD WARD K
Mamwfacturerr of Ginger Aleand Soda Waters.
IL BW kUr
TW~ dload s ame k me
Ikas ui f lisfmt
There are three things that destroy
your lawns, Dandelions, Buck Plan*
taln and Crab Grass. In one season
the Clipper will drive them all out.
Your dealer should have them-if he
has not drop us a line and we will
send circulars and prices.
CLIPPER LAWN MOWER CO,
BOX 8, DIXON. ILL.
Book wT M Na
Twi -rve yes' *xprirce i dlina Florida Ornges
d S.E BOSTON MASS.
Memb eref National League Commission Merchants of United States.
Reforelrel The Item; Fourth National Bank, Boston.
WRITE US FOR STENCILS
J. N. ROBSON & SON
136 Ealst Bay d I aln 2 Atlantc Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Rspetfntlly selcit your shipments of ORANGES, TANGFRINES.
4 lAPi FMUIT, PINBAPPLEB8 and other Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Ornmam mta iwMiry
Field Grown Rva BWidN
B tore yom plie yoer mWnr Wo w *
prief -4 WM 4R**
DMC8RIPTrIV a TAO9W
TURKEY CREEK NUtrY
Box -. Mae.lehy, Pe.
nISS A1E L UIS
ANNOUNCED THE ARRIV-
AL OF NEW SPRING
GOODS CONSISTING OF
milliIery Hoveltis, Laces
NEW GOODS ARRIVING
KILL m COUOH
ND CURB LUMNs
FOR Csa8l s
OPI afO 'A"I'
O~~~sC ~ ~ __~tILanr
Malt house h eight rooms4, eo
tage annex rooms, furnished except
HUa and silver; been run as a bow4
lan boun; built for private hoeo,
suited for either.
Rent for season $300; year E
Good show for right party to i-
expenses and some praet4mks b
boards. Hou has bees rus m
der rate of $8 to $11 per week i
las paid very year. Come ad e
A or write J. A. Crosby, San Ma-,
9U- .. -
Pa tha Ice Factory
F U IIC Tr
I 4(BpBr^ .......Lm ^ I ,.-.4^k l
w~te^'lAw6-1,-'^. i <' f *
R. S. Mooney EE.
SWo CL ow& C A e.
PA" T" F "ard wav
Oil. mT u0 wt MM
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Lc~T~ .4 VI.
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HOT AIND COLD
THE OLD RELIABLE
(ljT IT 14
p #ew Krim* &h
if lrft ---L&I1IL
Z ka Wi-hS m t 'a" I
waI y ed It is eel usf
milrt os~tlt years, that I.r
tw bortm ho b*e"M
wipeItfrignstd emNean of
- group of Islands which
S sM eAO M n. Sbe to a mix-
of t blare, red Norandud and
lttke.4ak Drttalny breeds whbl
, bert Wftom the netthborins
l th ~boteristles of
embalmede d to her
Lf type p- p t *do pire
els tr athl llt
3C Iw aele ot ww aM^^ l. -
o *s murga the IS*
with the do
rv tdasy as the Giuois
Sty* so frt tho prity of
brotede'on pald UtUo at-
antima to(its *ettoe ardet asnd
arlhtusialub olttrur, beiag the
peteipal kduestry. The soattle, there-
er, Vle Sot brod to th dictates of
say *ot. re or bAbedi, edooped by
St pIl to th he har dy stardy
M w*' Nwe know today, but whmih
S' dewaes to as "the d0l4mq
7A0TO M FO DAMiCs
*was larWe W"t
o taft no'Slt poo
| tare Ir ,i
,t I I. I.
up orP 71r, l -0 lm IL .
fls an as oMle W^tor
semm s it ots a brtd-witi M
RsU *9gev. 'Wbe wetflBHH,
taed em We
Ibater~e od l*ebe Stl to th
baowIs SarsM r w *ood I asmallad
pt trat are m ktter fIt or a id
Mt for hay I to rmo I t Ineth b it
p8t $1 I wuet Stand I.n One P
T IeSr AelNdot wl oPree
and the lss tw"an withe sore ow
Te **** a to oMt vrQy go"
to eto. Ito r ut strnd tht Ia in o
wtim jars ioro os r ht s adr
1"ea nted I etiot o ree s a f s ll
ITh fr teld to e uipt mr o lbt
Cto A I- CwOF ORtASL Wir
ino S paper fibu t S a IMw o Pthe
eu btw," taeo atd theo d nt a n
e eIr. she must tandhr In etm
ple akrnd I *o as N I ar-.
-r 5erp0 s4" whoae u Oftdmm
Swml gotlip tl towtheu"af wmbr
vrae& WbO doo o& dke PI ea
uV& her heafd bmo the elh46 vie
me d&L M4
antyd"at td oe
de ssamm U6 Ugao'b d
=ltl" mad you hews alwe
4rea bW et ky udseViia* be
sAem of And vim Y"' on
,Ova with ea* m lwY"os4,ds
the mM ma tho~ bat dow d- rl
ow OW h uum *0r r4my
h1a ln& aft rmdfts km #& w -5
1~~ 4I ir;
Zk"A4 M V I j
Poet-Do ypn think I wMMt ot ia
trom tbo editor for thisto roe
Priend-Not mueh; 70yo vw ebebb
to be around agal In a tow days, I
latm wm e was lmt
Wple to la A ve ed.
Witf-Well. did you bfd out what It
was I sai that o e"edd Mrs ToAue
Hub-TYe, her husband told m& It
-mom that you remarkel: "I
you're stalled to your new bomeo,
and as they've ftrabed it o the Il
Ista- t plan, she thought you we
tryias to be ftuany t their epesUM
Preof ef It.
Mrs Dru r-d t, Georgto yOU
rarely don't consider yourself a Aao-
Mr. Dresser C-rtaftl I do. How
do e rosupos J'v kept from paryla
yner m~llUrA o bil for so low t U
a*o a eadtr.-Osthulls Sntadardm
Aunt O( t arrived)-Bless y
aurle-Tou -odat wadt ay of
yor blessag eo a bl, autrna .
MarIe-My former seothe-rt.
re mad at eaob other powe-Judge
"Whst iesme of that map
ewed to be loved his worktr
H hba a Sets dispoltUos
bhs probably jUld hti vwrk by
Tho T"Whod do ~e Th
orcWp~Bg yesl" Lrete the riiMi4bsd
w a"f to wb N* o 4, Y
fotur do IrwawI I ito Pothe'
nm'w ar oneof
wwok z; Am74boo
4 '. .
Ued a tin m"ato a "r W
thea chased him tmUk .tri
la to hare im ars
mrs. Akktt-WpIt y det,'
Mrs KF~IINeI be Ist ) WiI
two m W .e "N e NW?
fIIp'"Tee.Y This hr ~ weL b- ai
uwff Mi --we %Gem
F" ", WM&0m
jk. 9 1
&"o -, -,~7
* ., *,r ses~
AR A~b Pk%
we sa wwteo the Pop.
ewa ModhaM I SI l stie6"
loe l ugsw eb bw vo man smw
ft % s tA
sro boorJ-' -'o
ma m aB potutre hows al
46 ias -ts "eme a us& be d
INo lt wt "a -ra- -t
a stowered to i tn
S*1'" 0- I
rii inl a. .i ~ea4;
Ys be)- WIYmndL to Se gash.
*~~~orr U'- aseatpie
taoo" tr i ii
fi~sr t haswO nez
I:Srsmraesiu t piak the~n
~ h pan ad amd
IL amu owk he
~r~yrkoneeeaf with Clapp'. b
fI1 ftw Tibk sod"* bU
*rr -I rrLetL Doth~ ( these
are not unA ue th as
hiltIrwl1) Wo t nl eCoute
maturity te be good.
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9lE I8 Q VNTES M-YINIE
MLnA g Ash Found laatag.
-Whe NION* mo s Pow~ @4
Shmeeng ma Sem tns
'gs esm we shlo d leek aheo d
>IMC*A la" -"p -s* ampt
M e uasm ano tZt aieeassr tot
t Io tort ta -gBto MUWI to
i re4d, shat s hams of Iro
b t smro m as.hagwe p p amnd
ls y asr wate, wro J. W. OrmI
a ITr Wor.. ,f' wish the ctga
aed a ettleo A pt&s :der
Am bh the )r- baeka, n vwe
oav to do It to nrme gate uad put
be pina to e t the bol fst be
Thn the wire thai run froh the
IMATIaM RAKg ANn uli IIIM
plaheme- WIN I Poed Very Hansdy
In Cu 0eg ChOannels B0 WMeoh to
Set r1all Plants.
The Imp t *Whshboos to t liluso
tatJon to a gardel weeder combialnn
a raoe with' thttIdualy shoapd boo.
The pM oet tki boad of the rake can
a oht. theo lnsrtion of enw Nenoaggilg Gate
tUlt C the old ar bent or broke, top of te at to tho bars ti ghtU
neod, s that the' wei t of the gate
at the *ed Wheo tbe tro the wie te
Swil bag. Sh e tW. Tho ateo wI
|s eer o r it ahet o t.th ao I
Wer 'tYin W e t"t e sl toes
Whd 60 t he SWte rt e used to
keebp the gs tamuasagn, es may
n very lt gato'* @e as oag as
18 or N fat.
PROPER TIME TO CUT GRASS
Hate Makes Waste When Crop lo
Hurroed to Pfrn Net Fully Cured-
SITherough DryoIn Neeood.
y y WAzirzn LNUTU)
As to tho beot mla for eattlD
Rake &W Hoo Weeder. ral, It 4do not Pj to be too Mi
a eurry. WW to gram tis young
tho teeth a atlg ofe twaty-penry and toedr amd seeminlay suoculent
stodl ale.. The triangular Ibe o It t he froeh ste, I l harder ,to our
*ed4 hr euttlBa ehanls in wI b e to dries a u4 dhr itoo. rd ha not
*oW sod t o set ma patos. mely the bed value so the more ns.
So* ile te oppe tt oeiotr eme eould
At wED t laormatio t* a edd outtag before the seed tis
IrMtisM ofhot Va. i ripe as- to eatr those s much
teo bpach trei bras 4nIret theo matred
i Ire tAs& IM the sonwlat: au me armr wo was so,
bt w nteor e e roooemm-IA to for being his attle
Ir nr or peach tree bores. It the vnter O a mtlnmum
ieet oMaehat& drea t tretmet for oeunt d srain bad yet keeping the
t Ur th h it do oes not hurt Itho end. k, ttritte 'his eooses
tiae The berors work either at or dt1 Mnr*ly t tbMe a L.
i beat tho etlrfa .of the Hat makes wato wih toh erop
Saroun the tru aTC Th tree Ia ied t ebo to t U ntaolly o d.
I0 h l o up n the form of a nse out prn ree nls more thornd
Splkt paeda a little and the than that altoat ovoripo.
7 f. Ts -- T
I n '-r- r a nFo. MI si t- a rm .Clbs.
aot to urt the tre, although Clw fort r hore swd girls to
asM 4 water I6"M atb a lm toeoo i lpoed mth.
As et 1 pH of see odsat aNrueltw ad "better Iving
to ti Mrt war s alse eeem, soinil- Mas the am Now b" a tO
erre wh ttpto de rate Turlp r
thpsuds s*o"ld ste athe eet 0 suMMs taermuam.
A* m argiems t ng tdo vr Wmthe
to ',yese it; - *'sim ead
ho merebe IbarS nmvkS nM
[at o AM !o--9 BBW 4 o I
m sonsrot bnn t -kd anmt -ll i,
ans is t ht e mr any of wa SM
wotte a k f o at b am Mt
thm. The truth 01 tme a
the miskeh bo bemtoo
oenmt looking meh .. "k
whioc to depoea her t 4
a due toime h tInW vr u -n
hatrh ho tSO mem n eao 0lod
fd thewd slm8 ob at e Wooo
ls eeMtCI. nios the ^methieM
Oaft itf tr th r#o "
toe M t oru tw thi tt o tw e a
coloesn' btv* fa Wkbab D& g o, s
Uem ny 8 e otFf ther e od*M *-
te wBe teo be Tre"1 toh aft e~
nough for ftres ee e leM t
them. A good tfht, ool lletr te
about the bet plaop to store tIh
until swarmng time
Thee to too much segl-e of tWa
kind amo g tbh aparles. We o o
eO sletly rnolleat that the mot be
comes more Smmers as the -Ms
SAVE USEFUL UTTLE BIRDS
Many Speesa otf Feathered Creatures
Detrey TheIsands e ol jmrJes
fly P. I& WAsaIUIM.)
Almost wrIbout zeptioa the Mrds
en aIn the garden are, ia the lo@ $
f*ry 0ufl ta 0 atln tilalr1
Sots. The roben bs wMoIOWaI Sh
The Common Thrush
ouekoo eats hary e"terplla, the
oeadow lark ooamces meisba too
which would prey upoa p ms lad-
and theo thrusr, ehipplag sparr, e
lot taU er, roeebreasted iabek
housn wre, ot Mrd, *hiotraee o s
other feathroed cretroetres 4eswtro e
sAb of injarous lamet pests wb
raring their youn birds the- .
fore, beooveso every bey sad owr
i, Every school teacher, ad ovwy
oltlem to do U thyr e by pnres
rad sample to o eSooSO th Itd,
md4 ivo them all poa l T ptetl
Tho blgorans la oaeetloUa viwh
the alfalfa wlU l qltO a oelp. bIt
It wlU be a matter to be trtod ed to
leam bow much the hogs wslt NBost
the alfalta for It. When the re
a dry spell t ti a ftaler, whel t
altalfa rov o .
Por at leat eom hatf t he p-rr
aad feeding paltd Itho --
have about osehao f full of I
Theo reader of tah ttm '"aW
fll eat dees aUt o
toio cp apAts
swlne while oa pasture
a-l at"&dam At a
oodtte hoaf nl be
^^^*WW ^^ MeM --w^^^^^
.V t. -'cs
wA- .* "
w ua -sou
318 Pesese St..,
Kachwusack, N. J,
Itf rb *apy sparo thme you eam
p t',her '" my by posttas a
i t mattes la sea Mate.
rn O Wevoes looking to cop
ie l y take et i r* p**.
Sde4 r o townta? thee bees
1 ee to lob aa
pS W*Mi W a yr I tlrak
LWo 1I% 161 theelouds this
tim am ,t
*0 Idla Mo SraM
b biw A
~YlrrJ ~t~ t~ emu W uw
f d1k- r -ILtLb ~
~';~Y.C~ q~01 "we 1
G. U Woo
Owwpu.~ ~eusv r..
Svemplr. u- Uc ..
Jur S f'~
Aug.13.4 a mIrtld
*~~ UL*U u '
.~ .. ,
irlt Or r
to SrJb vmlmeefu-
yly Ba-i~ lI
OA WrIYutI A
over Nel dlah Sh~ /I,
^^^ ^ i ^ *
Wor d, of 0 0 U. i A lb Vo
=,I*L J.qw. meODM A0
fw-Y., W to
*mitm A. -4
t t kft Ow orw mat :
LYl~~.l 'Yibm ParnerwrLi ~~~
loft0t .- b `SS; AU~SI4
Pr. beUa-- IA Mdomer
iberl sewr~ -~i~ bee aZ-kjiVii -~11) .n
et Nar ~c-= tr. b 1r~
to 7- Vt U~k6~ M MLT~tAto
p~g~ lr toW35taA~1 (I~l (IILL
a~io..g.Y .kvs(I)(Ll (I Wilto tlutolar n h
J --sebool of 'aperleuce whet ed& srde A t
So b. quickly Iated t youby 'ad m
Pst?~ e er bs~bt college treliag~bll (15 tLo~ i ,U W
she POW"___ ama ~at epeLec es the barn?
'pImI al e as M. L S
Will you moo ttt to e e __Inthe
Slug wftG e fl ancit lveme tawl pay -
lard metbo qat 4 wsporkwo mw em Ao mW At 4A*'
mmO e ui t bbbedtoyo b-u
a" Prowthm Aebe- t~o" mcOS. k Colege IN I'" o
All -Pc wclmea m bo -w
Ta~pef big $6911je &I Tai"iO Fr"'Y
~ '19 bimm" 0hl Oro
a to Sal SAS araft a fl st
d 16 to b
UI - 04p.d ea f o te College of gr ltrtwilpa
_--L I. -U -. .eoria
Md WOOI k 0 ms I swuleW t
I W~earsgb 49hm waftbwas 46*, ~
bmd~ i mhr tho
WI. WF Taylor heu*.
Was %mod 40fsm
A0=4k Ukm adWon5 his teeh j4 ,
tiohMiO OI bef tt look vewaswo
Athe walt s b" mni" "a Z 0dirnee __ S th
bum bw a 69tI of "e- IWS W wyo oelaa6 r
em of. b lbON "bm a"oMansat60 stOcf
Irtl~~~~s. multi Uty frsm1 wM* tolo seolect Al specialr b I o wclr
ply a p W a"M a"so"F boia or .ta, ,fl* quc r ef. We da
VSI r t1W demp metib FeI.lsrJ Corset 5t e Mi Siroot d. te ork IS l tomgha ptoua lem
toip,. roegt be be dan mar a r togl Ir W ys
MuSye .40:IGeue 1h5 YS t Ourr ft Hthd ei w et4~ Ta lor
rc A%** U* "W ham" be "a so iillt~bZiS
the Mift SeWb bawteyloewn o wWNdsa
oUSt& Csw %C4 600 wrky Note our reesoaa=ri4 sin:
*$ pow m DrIdi wGro o(3sk).sock.nm to"
'~~I1CY~~fir091 cal m Ol~rowsCak).4.. ,vl34 ii
Iboh pleketmemm* e IN ly A* pet y Gar;" 0saniOt la O L# o"pmmo
W0, 40 s of esd t m$14 Over L Ma nner Me Ou an d r stoao
bOur method to a
ukoJ Jor t oIra Ilk wl IDAo too
i5 S ~ ~3 r n r-- G
I ~-' -~
? * .,.
s~ i ,
- *, '
I "" i v~
Pllo dat be "a
gOir lO wifthot erve
SthW los the"out tro
L rls t i
5 IsTat% a bones^ tIhe -
e but t sevr dawned oa hi
I be had 4 authlas to do with the
'The e xt time he mt aly o the
Sturned aald to speak to her.
ha da't occurred to him to mal on
** t s- i the dace arnd the party call.
1tbwlg attenotis to Sally was a
tavor whi h had doe Prank, and
he had dote it to the best of hei
Sability, but It was merely a favor.
S Now he wa stunned to e Bally
Strs away and walk In the other dal
Section the minute he started toward
her. He watched her retreatin figure
.Now, what do you know about
that" maid he to himseolf
t And to this day be wonders what to
1" tlh matter with Frank and Sally.
bad onu with so many
girls ad hd become so gea
o s hr obliging dispoe-
t o m ae was at all surprised
showed up at the Thompeons'
w It Pmank Webster's girl.
VebNter engagement to this
Been formally announced.
ws ioptty well know, and If
bRt Walters had gone with her
Waild have beea talk
Shad boen suddenly called
r x.w- @ aad In order that Bally
te the dace called up Wal-
M ak hi as a favor to take
'ateMs, as usu wa s willing.
the way to the dance Walters
to ally Jut why rank had
bee b is baus ine engagement
his o0ial management with
L d*ao sealdn't s oJ) how It
wa asla a bit resematl.
i lhwag Vatero' oweM to
.wbf lters explained
im tlim to the twentieth
ame Me suddenly asked:
iMM4F ay l ha -broke your en
P th me t keep a business
te dedOared that he'd
an break one with her.
s l'_ .sweetly and drew out
Pr Ptesslions of devotion
r Mre they got to the dance.
es always as attentive to
lias they wpuld permit, a
lla'j paled her approval on
Vaey alp he' put his whole
bb hi I a:ttetioa. Thus, before
CCIH Si VIs over the two were
N d i ch other and apparent-
*Fprseaoae of anyoap loee.
Iattemtivesae was so
ad the two became so xz-
duov e duina the evening
4SPe took aotlo to their
aa rI.lto a Uttle gosip
IAm* trI to go home they
ur ood Iaght to their
p sssd were they In
"tM d Walters to hall the fol
p4w, &he was there em the
3 Wme^ alh rg arp box
g4 the esmt bookx, sad to
4twk bfl Pwfe.y ellahttui
e a e h*1s* im to stay
S'41m t he went
is w rm Si tOOk her out
F wY rdtn g that
be han v Mtmed to
iii ri r two bws
O t s& a m ad o11
The .widower had married agata,
and his gboioe was a wealthy woman
about fifty years of age When the
bride and bridegroom returned borne
from the wedding the husband, Intro-
dueing the wife to the children, said:
"*My dear children, kiss those lady;
she is the new mamma I promised to
Little Charlie took a Jong and
steady look at the "new mamma."
Then he burst forth with an air of
"Pa, you have been cheated She
isn't new at a&l!"
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phy-
siclans, as the damage they will do
Is ten told to the good you can pos-
sibly derive from them. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains
mercury, and Is taken Internally, act-
ing directly upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. In buy-
ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you
get the genuine. It is taken internal-
ly and made in Toledo, Ohio. by F.
J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
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known as the velvet leaf tree cam.
phor and sweet bay berries, cherry
laurel'berries, cypress and cedar seed,
peach ad plum pits, pears well ripe,
different varieties of nuts and many
other kinds wanted. State what you
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4 BrowmrsUle ToeX.
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NI W0AMSO SKIRT AND SHOfRT
Iasy Way t Make Over Last dYfe
Skirt s I4 Will k ImBominl
As Well As Pssh.
There an two featmr- n the now
lrtaln Fm rrda tht should be grate
ftlly ndhIve One the high*
wantedd skirts; the other Is the short
Oleeve We wonder what we can do
to last years skirt so that It will be
baeomng as well as fashionable. This
mu*d we can do: we oan match the
material and extend the wait by
meWa of a shaped belt stitched to the
drt, that will give at least a em-
Mam of a high-walated skirt and
keop from the naoesrtty of addlng
a separate belt with buckle.
Whar- mmekl the new skirt for
spring sad summer, it is well to know
krwim -b'ot tro one to two
L- above the normal wa ttlnoe and
thy will be oastened at theo ide
St frot A four-ord patters
VIAh ~e. brip a wide
WW 9Wthe aulkd at the front
wr b eam be converted In.
s tla f att doeien.
to at the left of tir
pe|1 a d a oml worb @hows
bt ak will be otoonued
m aNte s Usm a irts aU
^**E e t|l| sf sadk, tho
i' rt1tu rte e b totu ea
a- the deo sLursat to
i?*B- -- or abokeal*t*y
o hatOs wthe
I iwt -hu 0I
MWBj "* s?
*-----------B rJ-I*-^--1 ^--1^il
closely ittun the arm from shoMe
to waist Al the pema- wait, the
etan ad bolero aets and ai8 y a
th expolesve waa bl m hav
small straight eami that emd at th
elbow. The fttt asot that are dum
Inas a aro zodiedlty uptNy P
I very beooomc. euggfl
models are plttfuld
little garments that o I
big button aome4 e
whoro It closed with a i
There was a large oollaer toded M
the baok. Theo ladtin alm issr
that the favorite colors for spritn aid
summer hate are blaqk sad white,
pearl gray, moleski an d vivid shade
of rod. Theo are all worked out te
straw, tulle, velvet and math. The,
new straws are o pliable that the
can be folded up without ruhaM.&
They are not only ued for ats, but
for trimming. Starts, roeottes and
the huge, Irregular bow that has be
come so much the tuashia are all
twisted out of this pltlHa straw,
which s beautifully colored In the
new dye. The striped straw to the
novelty. This is In. line with the
fashion for stripe that we are proma
lIed on every side. The stripes are
not wide and they are put on a black,
a white and a straw-colored founda-
BRAID FOR SUIT TRIMMING
Much Favored In Nearly All Now
8lUIte-Buttone Ales Mueh In
In nearly all thenw esits the
favored truming to kbeld, peially
the wide braid, whieh sometlaes
torm the collar, o and reverse sad
trt a the skrt well. Panels of
braid oomlan down the trot aad
back at the Jaeket, a"d eoostneod l
theo am way on the sit, are die.
tinctly the thin .
Narrow braid is also very smart
especially when worked out nl orna-
mental designs on the sktrt and ooat.
A touch of olor is added by ori
mental embroider on the collar
oleves and ever. Thre is meely
a bitt of ths, and it is ot allowed to
become too promitoet the color
Buttonse malso vTery mo In e-l.
deone some of them of tbhe sae aol.
or either the sult or t t lhe lmtu
or as both, ad sme of them silver
or 6glt. Thee latter aro ry -all
quite tinyIn to act.
%t0 e .eralo, hover, the now smit,
Q*opt tho elaborate satt ones, re
rather p 0 osouaratlvey Uttle
trlmmIn of any sort. outsd eof
braid. being M.
One of the Now Sa
The newet headip are uite
mall, doubUtless o ooatr t to
mammoth 00e wo have I me eg r
lao. The favorIte shape ts el
abeut sweve toohes wide and Lve tam
The *spe al m e W hors ,ach
m la etoesd leather ti am e lant,
pereoot boea, vl a rnd e
ma/y cary, oa t- L -- - tooL
eamo tLusa Ut m e~ w
mea l sb rt lM na -dt a
^^b' -a aqh.C^
tm tthe tsp uai Immhe ub -u
5the eommo mb1w 1is" M
we4 k no w we ar bdg eteM. I
reots deept drawtlg val Me wMU
Oral elements to the Weres.. It ms
A mUd, elow favwr and thnso Wh
like lettueoo Sad t al s-a The0
oungs Ioavesm ae Otead NO aE
ad are prepared ib ees It is
a valuable toebl whik the aOewW
made use of eou aM tl- y m4 v 1 be&
The ommoan mlkwee,~. ,emi,
tastes like aperageus. IaIta be
cut when about a foot hig 1M
stalk is large and suculent.
ad served with butter Is the
way of oookinz, say the S rap Book.
!t is aso used as a r ad, the te-de
tips only being utfliped. Milkweed
Is excelled for the kdnoeys.
Another weed which, whe bied
like splnach, makes a nourhNblng diush
Is the commonly called W lamb qu
ter." It grows whee large qus
ute of loose earth mhav ben opesod
to the sun, asmIn railway tfo e
newlr made entry road It hes
straight stem. om whk the laesv
saw ekl ood op bt at te boeam
at smaller amow aoor l toward wN
the t ao I
The aordiary wild settle hst tews
to prickly aebadaoe In every I U
1ard sad fetce corner is New boas
cosed I this country fr te lI
time as a valuable ood4 leamt. t o
a good asbstituto. r spiab i. papl
early eohed. Of coayrs, ht sbR el4
Mb usad "wkbot eida .
To urn Swer bulbsm as veetaMee
sees a storage thig. et the dab
Is beis ulMMvated r Its tbes.
Theyr mak a whe esm whaoo vie
a warMm. spler Saver that is amuh
liked. The siadleo r1d variety oat Dha
Is the one euly vatled ta ts tubmr
In good soil M is as proIuctive as
thes aweet oat o m ray bet pla n
ed tm em lton ear ly Mar, ad b tho
l^9 r m- T e--^ mdr i p uv HMem6
am s o r "art Jurly th otb trw mar
ame ordna1 to a t fr
Ct I into mb, after pedIg, and
try In edive ol wdth da-&0 ea0ro
as to pbeyat no e os mtor
ard a ete rouse m ef to b srl "o t
are te spwqtve eM a hr bflM
ees a o M hbe s ouk atry e brt a
Sot M etaI s lWays: P ut
Sel *"o ao0 nset e$ t
m4 let Of reM m et
bo ueda wit S. soP .n
**4 sh aaol sl eas
as war omet or th atto m-h
-t W U "I
0A .. pWa ay b "
Middle oftot f ul to abm r
sr "bow h
prev l *
get wsort# aR he
that my wile ba auSed
del~y~Sa thisfY CI
p &AsL o~rrit.:a
to ya rria ot 41 *9 f
Well a" wr Aor lN
weB spin. art hay Set j
ermet of threat woM ,
nmeed ostiura eoe"s ..
ever 1mom and haver 0rOtt
them ais re mediestr Aft
(gnoed) A. C. C. BrtaSMa 'tt
Law, Oremevle, 0.. Ja4itSU l I..
Mthouh Cdk, (ili aw al.
mot aro aold verpw y
mailed free ontinpllS to ^dO>
rot. t 3 bh
look fr peae sadc
enoug d is u ing i in i 1he
moudhed min 'ES
wesM, without avig i
am e nd ao st
g art rtl" ait
t?!?t*J1 V-0J^ K
mw Is amwwy
UKl ha w
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6u" MD OLOOML
r WlM MWeth LittleMoney to
Can "elp Out the Diffieulty
STakin Up the Neodle
3b the sp ec faier womn-'s tfacy
00lfj turns to a frebelang up of
hr etmO wardrobe. Tohe season ealls
tetwnwe ftreshneas, pale tints,
and blooms, and if the things
(iq , bought there are heartaches,
ied looks and perhaps a species
H Iees pr station. One may ooa.
jr with every other eson but
l brtcg a Kd If there os not too much
Umima to ped there is one thing
-ST O! WomaI ca do to help out the
dMYeult, If not maed It entirely-
kto sew. So why be wretched
1 sick wfen there are needles,
a eIn sad so many Inexpensive tex"
Ib the world, when one knows
U!1 jNust got to dress, and it o
SsMob tnh un to cut, plan and stitch
n you have caught the habit.
We, hen I as already at my
P. -4 little talk on how the home
Sd l er, r the woman who In.
to i one, can get up costumes
m b e for a smart appern and
t s aleftnsa o( the soul.
W t o8uld be prettier than the
, p-lbolthy shown by the collar-
:. b 'l e In th ullustraflon-a liUtUe
Sdon eanowe la-e? The sik I
Sfpay, with &. a & qi n1n old ble, and
Sai tU ok 1ny' sewers may not notice
S.to use o a thinner and different
,i1i for the gulmpe and underleeves.
l y remember the point-two, even
thdo, sort o lace on a gown give a
M artMer look than a single one. For
Si season valencelnnes is often used
: ldloge Irish crochet, while a heavy
g lpre may gain extra distinction
Sthe figures baing out out and sewed
a0 net. A look of labor and ideas
marks the smart gown at the Bnishing
touches, so the simplicity one raves
b hee and there a really the re-
Sm oat hidnate thought and time.
S t," to reurn to the little frock it-
d th" kimono waist is a simple
m- or to a ahe, but it the sleeves
I,- Odthel arms by Inserting a
n:, dlguoseot here, as a full busted
mayn need this addition. The
t will be found the merest trifle
t oa IaWrjlg y good asow, and If one
I ..I*. i vaat of a cheap lace look for
f t Mlewivr prt and out t a needed,
S t s lace beading solid every-
S.: 1w0Q trlhe edge. If this cannot be
dar1, pgt a WMa of the dress silk here.
-e drs on the figure represents
SM de d door thing for afternoon
;f + iifsLal evening functions, but
tW vimew of It shows how the de-
Sbel turned Into a high gown
sort. Finally, let me
_a. pea k of
m odel s feasible for a
N~OW with tassels
8.W 4d the nce
aII t o I as'of sthoe
-A~Aft .....A16- 1-
HOSIERY FOR THE CHILDREN
eeks of Plain Color Will Not Uf
Worn This Summer by
focks of plain colors are not to be
worn this summer by smartly dresed
children. Up to the age of 11 girls
will not wear long stockings after
warm weather comes on.
Checks and stripe an most strikin
ooeeta appear In one pair. Blue and
yellow stripes frm the short leo,
while the top sl banded with blocks
oontaining the seme color. These are
to use with frocks of plain colors, and,
fortunately, for the eyes of those who
behold, there are modlfcationa for
With the latter It is considered best
to have plain hosiery with black tope,
the same colors being carried out as ap-
pear nl the dreas. The only hue which
does not come Into play In these re-
markable stockings, Is black. For
Uttle ones black Is mourning pure
and simple, when socks rather than
stockings are chosen. It is a Ane
dlstlnctiorn but one that a careful
mother must bear in mind when buy-
Clocks are shown on dress stock.
nlgs for children, white more often
then anything else, being used for this
side trimming. Occasionally one sees
red docks, but they are a little outre,
except for adults.
The problem of the best method of
holding up socks continues to tax In-
genuity. It Is permissible, but not do
llIrable, to use outside round garters,
the elastic being covered with light-
soloee4 rbbon which gathers of Its
wa oord ant d afnishes with a round
bow. The objection to them lies in
the fact that they are elaborate and
therefore unsalted to little people.
One mother has arranged a method
that udits in her eyes, but It is a bit
troublesome to prepare. In the top
of the socks she sews bits of tape,
through which narrow elastic is pass-
ed, the latter fastening with a hook
and eye that it may be pulled out eas-
ily. The elastic, of course, acts as a
garter, being out to fit the limb.
MODEL IN BLACK WALNUT
Design, With Butterfly
of Blaek and White
Iagleton-Wigwag eems frsightful*
ly despondent He says he doesna
o wb happens to hl. IlHen pke
otblg t o "know that fellow
will be n 0p4 getting married
are tIo s Iaveteom wbheh will ap
peal to bousewive from two Import-
ant standpetat. vr, economy of coal
and reduced temperature for sumner
eooklda The woman who thought
out this Idea could not aee why be
should load her kitchen range up with
oo0l every time she wished to prepare
a meal. and then have half of the ooal
left to burn out ae waato and heat
the bouse to an uncomfortable degree.
Since, however, the live coals must
be kept in proximity to the griddles,
a thin fre in the deep firebox would
not accomplish the purpose. There
fore she developed the false bottom
shown In our Illustration. As will be
Inside the Empty Fire Box.
seen, this device Is placed Inside the
empty fire box, having four side
frames which rest on the regular
grate, and the auxiliary grate is sus-
pended several Inches below the un-
der side of the stove top. As the bot-
tom Is perforated, a sufficient draft i
provided, and also ease of access to
the fire with the poker for raking out
the dead ashes from the bottom.
While the fire is necessarily thin and
light, it provides plenty of hoet for
cooking a meal. and soon burns Itself
out after accomplishing Its purpose.
Of course, the device is not confined
to eoal for fuel, but will operate
equally as well with wood, charcoal or
"Keeping Things Up."
In every estimate of housekeeping
expenses there should be a generous
margin for the keeping of things up.
The wear and tear of usage, and, more
strange and perplexing still, the wear
and tear of non-usage, tell sadly upon
our houses and their furnishings. Car-
pets which are constantly trodden
grow thin In spots, are faded by the
sun, and become threadbare; carpets
In closed rooms are devoured by the
moths; curtains fade; family linen
gradually falls into decay. Every-
thing must be replenished, kept up,
gone over again and again, If the do-
mestic machinery Is not to creak and
The wise housekeeper buys every
season a few new articles, and, so to
speak, has always her reserve stock
on which to draw.
8o. too, In other matters. The judi-
cious housewife keeps everything up
to the mark.
Beat two eggs into one cup of milk,
add one tablespoon* of melted butter,
one cup of flour, one teaspoon of bak-
Ing powder; mxl'well, then add enough
flour to make the dough stif enough
to roll. Out Into small rounds and
bake in a hot oven.
One egg, one cup of milk or water;
one cup of meal, Oe-half sMp of Seer,
one-hlf esp of brown sua, two tea
spoee of bakshg pewde ad a UMt
Myrtle-I undervt Ies Ot
paid me a compliment last niht
Natioa-Not quite, but she ouo mas
near it as you could ever expect fom
her. She said you were harmlng,
Of Short Duration.
"Pllmply is afraid to ask old Mr.
Plunker for his daughter's hand."
"Why. Pllmply told me yesterday be
stood in with the old man."
"Oh, that was only for a few min.
utes In the vestibule of an office build.
ing during a shower."
Tuberculoisls Patients Negleoted.
Out of more than 135 public b ho
pitals for the Insane, with a popula-
tion of fully 160.000, only 70, or loss
than one-third, make any provisido
for their tuberculous Inmates, and
this, too, In spite of the fact that thd
percentage of deaths from this disease
Is very high among this class of peo-
pie. Such is the substance of a state.
ment made recently by the National
Association for the Study and Preven-
tlon of Tuberculosis. Seventy hos-
pitals in 28 states, providing all told
about 3,850 beds for tuberculosis ln-
sane patients, sums up the provislron _
made for this class of sufferk, .1; '
though the percentage of deaths tro
tuberculosis among the insane rn
from 50 to 200 per cent higher thal
among the general populetioq
The Supply Comes From Food.
If we get power from food why not
strive to get all the power we ea
That is only possible by use of skil*
fully selected food that exactly lts
the requirements of the body.
Poor fuel makes a poor fire and a
poor fre is not a good steam producer.
"From not knowing how to select
the right food to fit my needs, I uf-
fered grievously for a long time from
stomach troubles," writes a lady from
a little town In Missouri
"It seemed as If I would never be
able to And out the sort of food that
was best for me hardly anything that
I could eat would stay on my stomach.
Every attempt gave me heartburn and
flled my stomach with gas. I got
thinner and thinner until I literally
became a living skeleton, and a time
was compelled to keep to my bed.
A few months ago I was persuade
to try Grape-Nuts food. and It had suok
good effect from the very beglnnlig
that I have kept up Its use ever saine.
I was surprised at the ease with whi
I digested It It proved to be jut
what I needed.
"All my unpleasant symptoms, the
heartburn, the Inflated feellag whih
gave me so much pain disappear
My weight gradually Ioaereasd osM
98 to 116 pounds, my figur romaded
out, my strength came baek, ad I as
now able to do my bouaswork aad so
joy it. Grape-Nuts food did I" fam
given by Postum Co., BOattl Onr ,
A ton day trial will show
some faots about food.
Read the little book, "The
WeUllvle" tn phg. "Thers
iiBqBBB^BEI r ^ ,.-_'"I^^^^
r r~: r A
jrl d T is' YO
roob bouse, one
Srall In rood
Shbouse. River front
B back over
if-if ii a elnd. house on
o.,t above river. Grove
4lN IOUStB $3,000 to $s5,
Ilbo r per year. Parts of the
dlld e alted for any fruit or vege-
I #i Th rty acres land. Grove
i ioebMi 8300 to 500 boxes fruit.
Sioso within hundred yards of river
lkL Deep water close in. Good
iritC wpter. House hs seven or
ZI ,t roms. This Is one of the pret-
y t bitlons il Florida. View of river
,ie (two miles up and two down and
ibout one mile from postofflce and
S$,000-About thirty acres land;
|-ilae.a ,ee or seven rooms. Grove
Ias about 300 to 300 boxes fruit this
season. Half mile from depot and
-to ee and 1 1 1-2 miles from river
i oTr rove on river, belonging
estate, shipped 1,000 to 1,200
fruit this season; Il held for
Te two properties can be
to loSe this estate for about
A T tr acres fine land two
-* ouple ot rooms for
Sor a oottage, write
ate R am $10 to $35 per month.
ftt bndft. w-
w A ptty little grove with fIea
:t r howe an river batk,
About ive bubdred boxes fruit
season. Wharf on the property
packing house. $38,00.
43acre tract, one of the best in Ban
Mateo for oranges or peaches, about
20 acres cleared, fences not in bet
of shape, small bouse and packlng
Plve acres ln San Mateo corpeor
tion, $500. One-fourth mile from post.
office; lies well for two or more lots
for winter cottage.
Building lots In good location, $100
to *600; 100xt00 feet to 6 scres I
Cottage, two bed rooms, Idtehes, din.
tng room and large Irving room, abo
two acres land recently set out In or
alng trees, nietly situated In oeaer
of town. Cottage furnished. Por rent
or sale. Photo $1,000.
17mw MWO-2 AA
Fifty acres, part cleared, railroad
one side, river on west: one mile
from San Mateo postoffce, on hare
Two thousand three hbuldred acre
lying between Palatka and 8an Ms
tea, $12.50 per acre; railroad runp
through property; has frontage on Si.
Johns river and. county Is building
hard surface highway through It. Part
of this land Is suitable for fruit and
truck and part as good potato land as
there is In the famous Hastings dis
trict, which Is but about three mlle
from eastern boundaries. Flowing weo
on the property and a small orange
grove. Wells can be put down any
patof 'Of' )q1
We have properties running ftr
a few hundred to $18,000. Wrtats
about price you would want to pay
for a place and we will write y 9
about what we have around your ig-
se y. ____
shftos .W4 d gAm.. U-so
Go Odmp e 4, asuasm
~'~.;L;7C15StAMLS& won 0"0 *JIM ~ ;~PU~;
describing it fully,
SAN MATEO, FLORIDA
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:U y Want a Home in Florida, Come to San
Sand See What We Have to Offer. You
'- Wil Make a Mbtake if You Do't.
i ad at day Moda~ry s, Wedaes and
i o Vow IIm
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UR -4 ' I.
SLook the wUi over-you cannot beat this oombins.
S tion. The Arms above named stand for yeas of "Know-
Lag How" to make clothes for Men, and well have they
mastered their art. All there is in clothing that will ima
prove the appearance and still leave oomfort to the were
aF~Z~ 1 1
To gala a place on our regular list a formula must ent aoy
produce results, but results with a PROFIT. The user of feP
tllser considers the effect on his pocketbook the REAL re-
IDEAL PFBRTILZR produces the right effect, for It works
with nature. The preference of each class of vegetables for
Its source of plant food lts orefully studied as well as the
proper proportions to give perfect balance-no lack, so waste
With proper application of proper food, vsetation outgrows
leasess and inacts to a great extent, and beang strong aad
vigorous, produces fruit that Is pleasing to the eye and palate
and brings financial returns pleasing to the grower.
Do not lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly bal.
anced plant food from Improper sources. I D B A L stands
WILm N & TOOfER FERTIMYER 0.,
don't make a stle
for one eason and then drop it. They study
ATt GOODS, TRUNKS,
S. BAOS AND WICKBR SUIT C.SBS
mYll ,r rc-lk
5gL ,t '
it ye after
year until they know what mankind wants. There is a
vast different between
Sand the ordinary kind. Notice the
of a EHan.
Made Suit and you will redily detest the Individuality in
the At around the collar-it's thee in every one,
We are glad to show theMs lothes beoase
what they are-won't you let us show you?
We sell the Only Ouaranteed Patent
Leather Shoe Sold in Putnam
Also Agents for the Oelebrated
,anan & W. L. Douglas Shoes
000 i e
PLANT: PALATKA, FLORIDA.
SALES OFFICE: SAVANNAH, GA.
High-GradeFlorida Muck Humus
CARLOAD LOTS, BULK SIIPMENTS
STRONG IN AMMONIA AND HUMUS; CONSISTS OF DECAYSI
VEGETABLE MATTER AND WATER; NEITHER HARD NOR LUMPY
BUT FINELY SEPARATED; FREE FROM SEEDS OF INJURIOUS
WEEDS OR GRASSES.
Many Times More Efficient Than
Barnyard or Stable Dressing,
and is Cheaper.
GIVE US AN ORDER AND WE KNOW YOU WILL IB SATISPIA
FOR PRICES AND TERMS ADDRESS
FLORIDA FUEL AND FERTILIZER CO.,
F. A. GRBER & SON,
F0nitre and Hooseourniuii
STOCK LARGER AND MORB 0OMPLETS THAN rEVO
IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. 9
OUR NEW STORE, LEMON STREET,
JUT IN, L HEATERS AND COOK STovS.,
uLANKITr4 seooINe O ALL DoMsoPTNroa,
^wo ( amI .*A il
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has bon found by them.
UNION ADE OVERALLS AND
'j c' ':
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ret ~i one
rrihu t tor
a* mod kofft bV
L1,~ktr 3 bag bsss rude to frt
Se ~put them to bdrte
Onomod ,sad the& IpwlowAe to
~~th~n ak bout them 3 be
mqs' ppS said Mauric.
feine t ae tuft eme
L ~0" PA ua. "rmI
w11 .me smethin
Q(rw3u ~O~lrr ulnU.
'- LeuM kete
AN uk ost eubOst
ae to sai
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a" bw we- -w
Us.9 we t1o
Theo ~trupi m~r~ iwr'
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LAn wep, thM tA* ow~oww
T19 IISTOAT Ut4PLUSMAN9t
Mrs. Hoyloe--Tby t ach children
very dllerently t om She way those
did when I was rL
MUr. DoylIo-d.45o tmire
weo may u ebs t whom i you-
A Roah Promie.,
Wha r it comes my time to ato
AM Jes the etu iy psi .k
Tou wevt bear n ez ot--ea-la a
Win am am ms tleks
^WblI IOhk 1f* Ia Assmeld
to gv yet I try to be dtsrlatnting.
sot to ge to every egr with as
Ide and obviously uatrm tale. but.
ald the neIAelAhf d man. "I te l t1*
puoveiT f a st tory now to me ths
a g ssM t*e usa as e esoeE
t m o I~ot r qpeta le sine
'm trylg to get together etou
oafyr to buy aotlhe pir.
"You kowl1t I belld Iom i y
toole I shold be to t yas e it
th t I oave wittt Mauotfher
W- i --
HAND TO 4W
- me to Re Rt-4 erq
w as,.,. Pi
*Jot lo **"o
I bu tbo
miiwlr M vs-.
but I a~ ws
Pt outt of i te roeui&A-
j~aiSI~S~L, ,::~c '4 ;
rr~rri "4- a.ji~I~-~
4~o. 1L ,i
NO We der
"What's your husband so uasy
"He's been out of work slz w*s..
"I abould Athi that woVld oat U
- 'Ttf's Itt Ieto'e I .ot, Jio.
n.er .UADACWuI-MehS CAPWUDW
Whetar fro Cold am otoomah oa
IVwrus Troubles, Capudia l reeve y.
It's Uoald-pesanat to tke-s-ts lamaO
a*t? try Itt. 10o., U., mad O me -at6anA
Is not making oter hp7ip y
happiness? There Is Joy an heolpnl to
renew the strength si4 oq0rW- p u, .
blo mtnds.-Amfll. 2 r
A crowd to not company, and oee
are but a gallery of piotres, and talk
a tlakina pgymbol, where thewo s mo
J; ! :
^ :..i s < r *" ^ *
*T< <^ b
11, i --~
vRB e to (ive you a
fto all my money In my
" Why, are you a drugist?"
"Oh, in that case the bill will be a
dollar and a quarter. We fellows
ought to stand together."
Saterlted a ooal
the lEts for one of the
S eoal esMtrvstu ad weat around
t o m y 1 m word for his coal.
Te Aa kto was lettig the con-
trmat hea m a momeat, sad then
i mplenvd with:
" M'f all rtigt,' but how about
kStth theiml stSr.
9as her, belaw new to the eoal
imhm, dit m-t iew that coal to
re MW asesois to the British
aa tiatm" he Mtd.
rBrtb tbahermal units
l hbed hist eye and
saw~ w -
a as itt he
a wa n l It"
"Now that you've hear 7 darh-
ter sne, what would you o Vi.me
"Well," the music master rl,,d
I hardly kaow. I don't suppose
could gt her Interested In settleme,
work or horseback riding or some-
thina like that?".
What some lawyer
Isa't worth lyin about.
And a Fight Followed.
Hewltt-It's a lucky thing tl
a believer in universal peace.
Hewett-Because I can lie
aa nla the place.
I r Otw, .
1J cars~A Ill ~
W. L DOUGLAS
2^4 3U S & %.. am S .I
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 80 YEARS
TbeIwrm, wlicb hi msadeW.L
Douglas dion fmI he woldd orvr a
ii sntd a vey per r.
IfIwcoadtakm ytmou h yleaseao
wrrwjout~dmo yad rhum fabrdwpi*
n sa emnot obtat W. L Doyughs sbooe tw
wra, rF3. wits tnte. Shoes "t direct 033 FAI o f nyrsmossin
Is it TaAli -V- prepaid. WU 8.00 4KOBSD W% dy
DOUG MIR Mm& Le TWO PAAV al uumarY s'heM
a WOWrtis h
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mt at & ger
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tk-e bd mat how
hig, sd t
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w.ls all t rt repe
to get o a buIr
IF& M =r u do ro
&omach Blood and
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a -IL -A fillow*4 iribilk
ra --rlqmriank ma~w rm r brdl
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a au~be ad 0 0 o is Oda -mO an its botok
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uooadouo" csaww of beding. Dmlkis, wilt0r
ehFI er Thfer
qew raSsu l I U~wihAd& fo sr Catalog 89.
AMISSOA OW S OPANOY 210 S. Webluh AvMUe Ohlofeo, IIL
W. N. Udw ATLANTA, NedmO. t1.
W. N. U. ATLANTA, NO. 34-1911.
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ur DrUlsAt Ior Meci ut ccant spAY
ac Co.,,. Asa LoulvUle. ar. NO PAY
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