Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: May 30, 1907
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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flatEtbr Sc k eel t ae t
Sawdeoy f -nm .
hUe death of Mr. Warren .
Soott, which occurred at his
This city about I o'clock S
di afternoon last, removed
SMs community oneof its oMet
Wd most respected citizm.
Mr. Scott had been in bad health
A iw months and for the past
eeks his death was momen-
,.. tarly expected..
He H was born in Oswneg t,
., but came to Florida when a
"' tled of 14. He learned the print-
Sing business and was eageAd at
his trade when the civil war started.
He was among the first to take up
arms for the defense of the land of
his adoption, nd served with credit
throughout the memorable strk-
gle. When hostilities ended he
same to Fernandina and engaged
in merchandising, at which he was
qte successful, and later went
out of business to engage in farm-
b. which pursuit he ever after-
wards followed. He served many
years as tax collector of- this
coua-y, was postmaster at Fernan-
dis during Cleveland's administra-
tU and at the time of his death
wS a member of the Board of
CounAty Conmmssioners, a member
of Nassau Camp, U. C. V.. and
oem of the most prominent Masons
of the state, being a member of the
Grand Chapter. Early in life he
commanted himself with the Baptist
clmrh= and died in that faith.
He married Miss Mary Vamghn,
of Mcity, who with their seven
dren, wre present to comfort
him in Is last moments.
A kind s...band and father and
Sa ood citizen, the sorrow at his
e itb is not confined to the home
dcir aloke, M but is dared by the
ko unvitn igeneal.
The fneraL which was conduct-
-nyAme Lokige of Masons, of
fbr early teeyear hewas eM
" ..,s sa_.ks Jo .t
WockSunddy Rev.
Mr. Patterson officiating. Inter-
mbat was in Old Town cemetery.
The pall-bearers were Messrs. T.
A. Hall. W. D Cushing, J. C. Hise.
W. A. Evans O. E. Willis and H.
E. Clay. Peace to his ashes.


At a meeting of Amelia Lodge
F. & A. M., held Monday evening
the following resolutions were ad-
opted:
To the Master, Wardens, and
members of Amelia Lodge, 47, F.
&A. M.
Our beloved brother. Warren
Fletcher Scott, was bon Auust
1st, 184.,inOswQCouonty. LY.,
remove to Florida at the age of
14 years, where he has since re-
sided. He was made a mason in
the year 1869.
The grim reaper who "reap the
bearded grain at a breath and the
flowers that grow between" rested
his pinions for one brief moment,
at the home of our brother, one
hour after high 12. May 25th, 1907,
releasing him from bodily pain and
transporting his spirit to Him who
gave it, to that Mansion above, and
where all of us who- knew Brother
Scott, believe .he. can render a
satisfactory account of all of life's
affairs given to his keeping, as
evidenced by his parting words,
"It is won with me." and will re-
ceive as his reward, the commenda-
tion.of the Grand Master of the
Universe. Well done thou good
and faldful servant "
WHURBAS, It has pleased the
Grand Maier of the Universe to
take from us our beloved Brother,
and
Wusanas, In his death Amelia
Lode toeeas, most ihly valued
member who many virtes had
e darned him to us all; societal
Pgod ment sad ristie, and NMassa
coty an efficient and faitdul
Be it Resolved. That thi lodge
bedaped I monrurg in toke of
our oenew.
R-mowam That to the family of
eour doomed Bro~wer, we extend
our hrtflt sympathy truting
tht tb Greet Master of all may
emtem aen in this hour of their
Sth father Resolved That a
COMp of this reesotion be spread
qupo e minutes of ts lde; that
a sop be forwanred to the Grand
Lode; that a copy be furnised
the widow of rd eased Brother,.


A sI.sIeUam Pme*.
"May the Lao d elp you make
Backle's Anmica aah known to
,W."i J. Jetkins of
p HirMl; C.. It nickly took
the pain out of a felon for me and
cured it in a wonderfully short
time." Best on earth for sores,
.burns and wounds. 25c. at J.
George Suhrer's drug store.

At J.& T. Kyd's Great
Sale of White eoods Mon-
day only, 25c values for
1ic yd.
ePesi.
April ist, a batteau boat about
13 feet long, painted white, red on
bottom; pair rowlocks and one oar.
Owner can have same by paying
cost of advertising and care. Ap-
ply to I. H. Williams at county
road bridge.
WOs WeO NRaje**d.
"The Little Tycoon" presented
in this city Friday last by Bruns-
wick local talent, was the most
successful theatrical event of the
season, every participant fautlessly
sustaining his or her part. They
were greeted by a large -udience-


aweAeaMv .
'"George," sharply demanded Mrs.
Fergeson a they sat at breakfast a'
few mornings age, "what did you do
wi t that tter to Aunt achel I
Ive yoa to mail for me lat
Wednmdayr
Mr. Fergm dappled his hand a
the breast pocket M cost.
"Was it to Aunt BRachel be ask-
ed, hastily extracting from thde pck-
et a bundle of letters and mimd-
kaneos documents ad looking
them over.
"Of co e it w& I wrote nto
ak her tocomea adspead the aet
di weeks with im"e
"asra," geu Mr. ,
I -I mailed it .-emcee T ,



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formed from a Mdl o ais en s -
It ws made ma w e i us e the qun:
of the Low-ads 8ol 8S1 r-
sented to he hawb dL. WV ttis
eCrowa Charlemagne wes crowed
and after him a t- emperors who
were kings of Lombserdy. It was
this CM Wt t Napolan pai
an bi heed at Milen on MeU
S1805, emaiin g a is he di l:"
has give it to me! W "
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VERNANDIP,


iA., THURSDAY.


So JW os s w, e Ul &id

J Charles Swayne, of the
U States Court. recently de.
the Florida ta laws sfar
A they related to re a tte .un-
constitutionmaL Governor Broward,
as result of the decision, sub-
mitted the follmoin message ao

"A serious defect 4 the asnes-
ment laws of our State has just
come to my notice.* Section 522
of the General Stalts movies
that the taxssessor 'la as e
the lands at their foil cash valne
making no provision for the tag-
payer to be heard.
"There was. once a' w
the law giving the ta f tayi o
portunity to complain to the
of county commissioners f
value fixed upon his rial estate
the assessor and have such a
meant reviewed: but tht roviua
was omitted in the revision which
resulted in our present complica-
tion of the General Statutes.
"Judge Swa yne has ry reoy
declared ourh laws an-
constitutional so far as real eOate
is concerned, because of this de-
fect, ade it seems to ethatu not
only the Constitution of United
States but also equity al sound
reason bear out the decision.
"I therefore most respectfully
recommend that your honorable
baly so amend the law asto. remedy
this defect, and thpt sueh amend-
ment to perfected with al pMssible
dispatch." '


A Nm Opime*rn.
To Editor of T Nmws:
4 tosay just here in reply to
.< W. Keen's letter in your
Jlebablf of the goo. people
M cm sty, asI know them
WMe of Floride's best. Iam
It the god sheriff, while
te. l, ng delay ofTM
l- imf-case. I feel that ft
bewes for us all to be-
some murderers on a count of one
dirtbrute, as wehave alaw. I
think it wrong to keep such*en in
Wl to await the regular term of
urt. I think it oubt to bethe
duty of thesourtsto trythem at
moea Nd hathemat once as we
as a people do not want such brutes
toliveamoment. Heshouldhave
d Ms trial and been hmg before
now by law, not lynmi. as the
word lynched means mor e murders.
I appeal to the orts to try himat
oe and hang him for his crime.
Tha is is voice the better class
of negroes, and I am one of them.
Mr. ad Mrs. Tom Joh.soo, and I
knew them and their cbildre were
Ake PoopleTe beat w1 mur-
drNd themlhod have been ham-
ed by the law the next day.
Yours for the right,
Rav. JAs. A. Cam.
Kisomee. .Fa .,May 25. 1907.
wm nme at c mus ist.
Commander Hall, of Nama Camp
of Cofederate Veterans, has are
raged to have the Hilogepdestop
at C Blu on the way to Bruns-
wick the da of the exArion,.
as se al Georgians have express-
ed a desire to go on the trip. The
fare for the round trip bas been
Sxed the same as that from St.
Marys-5o cents. Fare from Fer-
seadima and Mretur is Si for adults
sad 50 cmas for ckhidren Tickets
regoing rapidly all indica-
tiom are that a large crowd will
attend


The closing exercises of the St.
Mary's Academy were held Wed-
nesdayafternoonat theschool build-
ing. An interesting program was
prepared by both pupils of the
school and the musical class.
CHESTfR.
Mr. W. L. Evatt, Jr., left for
Brusswick Monday.
Mr. Burt Evatt, of this place, is
visiting relatives at Callaben.
Mrs. J. Jons, of Callahan, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. C.
priest
Mr. Harvey Braddock spent Sun-
day at the home of Capt. D. E.
Little.


Capt. D. Little and Mr. P. C.
McClel n came over Sunday from
Jacksovie.


Miss Mamie O'Quinn
from Wimekur Tuesday.
glad to me her back.


returned
We are


Mr. John R. Hardee and wife
spent te week very plemamly
here with the former's .p1 .
Mrs. George Wilder and doagh-
ter, Mim Bertha, of Nasn, is vis-
iting Capt. D. E. Little's family at

Mrsr T. N. Johaso is inFPer-
adim.. wauder treatment by Dr.
wmphreys. She has been in bed
helth for soe time.
Mr.Pniip Goodbri, Jr.,did
at his hon hbar Satuday lSt. He
was sMper Aent of the Suday
schedl ad wmil be gIdr *mim .


MAY -- 50.


LOCAL EfS.


isat ldset ao sf goteo d I o-

Ca H. C. Cassidy, at one time'
a resident of this city, died in Jack-
sonville last week.
Mrs. W. P. Scott and family to-
day moved to one of the FPairbanks
cottages oa Sixth street, near Ash. I
Today is a legal holiday and is
being observed by the bank and
puoffice.. It is Federal memorial
day.
To sccomandsute his constantly
im.aAiig business, Mr. W. A.
Evans Friday lst leased t*eChad-
wick &ck.
Commencing Saturday of this
week, the clerical fore of the S. A.
L. depot in this city will be given
a half holiday.
Articles of incotporation of the
Amelia Canning and Manufactur-
ing Co., with a capital of $25,ooo
have been drawn.
Five was discovered in the coal
bism about 9:30 o'clock yesterday
morning, but was soon extingu-
ished by the force employed there.
There will be a basket meeting
in th grove near S. J. Higgin-
botham's m e nd Sunday in June.
Preaching by Rev. A. Scott Pat-
terson. All are invited to attend.
We were more than pleased to
see our old friend, Judge Roper, on
the streets yesterday, he having
slnetiently recovered from his long
spell of sickness to attend to his
official duties.
The regular. meeting of City
Council, to hMa, beea held Wednes-
y. has been postpo-*d to
I. an account of the Vet-
m fE.yugon to Brunswick on
"W''y of next week.
The valuable diamond set watch
charm lost on the beach last Sun-
day week and advertised for in T H
Nzws Thursday was restored t
itsowner through that avertis'e
meant the following morning.
to adverti-if on -dve
in Tax NEWS. '
The meeting of the School Board4
which was to have been held Wed-
nesday next, one week earlier than
the regular meeting day, has been
postponed to the following day-
Thursday-as the members desire
to attend the Veteran's excursion
Ito Brunswick Wednesday.
Mr. J. B. McDonell last Satur-
day purchased Capt Downs' launch
and has placed her in charge of a
licensed engineer, who will use her
in carrying out fishing and excurs-
ion parties and also in river towing.
The boat is large and comfortable
and is supplied with'life preservers,
etc.
Mr. A. A. Densel has rented the
building adjoining the old Reading
Room on Third street and will
open a photo gallery therein as
soon as his outfit arrives. He has
many years experience at the busi-
ness and is well known in Fernan-
dina, having spent parts of the
pest three years here.
The Ensign Lumber Co., whose
business through this port is hand-
led by Mr. W. A. Evans, Friday
last secured the contract for 8,ooo0-
ooo feet of lumber to be used by
the goveameat on the Isthmus of
Panama. Practically all of it will
be shipped through the Florida's
only deep water port-Fernandina.


The Fernandina Concrete Con-
struction Co. is laying new tile
sidewalks in front of A. S. Allan's,
Mann & Swain's, W. S. Whitney's,
Geo. J. Suhrer's. J. C. Ratishonser's.
Mrs. M. H. Smith's and McNair &
Son's office. The appoancr-e of
Centre street is already greedatly im-
proved by the work of this com-
pany, and the good work should
go on.
Owing to a break down in train
service, Dr. Armstrong could mot
pay Fernandina his professional
visit last Saturday, but will make
a special visit this coming Satur.
day., which will be the firt Satur-
day in June. Anyone having any
eye troubles or nervous hecwhe
win do well to see the doctor while
here. His office will be at the
Florida House, ooe day only.
Mr. W. A. Gerrett, president;
Mr. T. F. Whittlesy, general man-
er, anadMr. W. L. Seddeo, chief
maeer, of the Seaboard, spe
Tuesday night on our beach in the
pident's private car. Thepaty
*Sam;- -W F *% WM4 IL -


1907.


nk Ski-


J. Unk, a Fne.chman, was ar-
rested forolfboIugat YTake yester-
day by Co lae W. W. HW in-
botham ad-rought here for trial.
When tken bef Judge Hall the
man showed a recsmm-ato-in of
the highest order from en9 of the
largest iron working concerns in
France, showing that he was not
only a most idmbtrious mua. but
also a expertin his line of bldi
ness. He also produced a mmedall
from the British joveriment
which was awarded him for bravery
during the Boer war. In explana-
nation ofteis wtion he told a
hard ludFatory. -
The judge S1penlol eatence
on him, and he will today e given
an opportunity to either M Or
secure employment at one of the
several branches of the boiess
of which he is said to be master.
Window glass, stauardsa alsin,
glass cut t6 erder, atW. J. Lab-
man's Second street, near Centre.
ODTOWN.
Miss Mabel Robins. is visiting
in the city.
A moonlight ride oa th Amelia
onoes next.
Mr Harry Qmby vi in-dob
city uay.-
The pilot boat Ameota wa taed
upa day this week, her r p beo
ing brke .
Snakes are getting Ary bad
now, several large oaes having been
killed lately.
Mr. M& dMe, a former resident
of Old Town. but now of Jackso-
ville, was in the cty Priday-
The friends 6fCapt H. C. Cas-
sidey wi regret to learn of his
death which, occurred in Jackson-
ville last week.
The boat which Mr. Roberts
built was toed to Brunswick Wed-
nesday. We understand she was
sold to the government.
Mr. S. W. Moody left this week
for Dcak. aW4 from them will
950 WANO wYo*L His plagel
by Mr. Moeroe, of Jadcseovie.
The friends of Miss Aulda Kum-
lander gave her a surprise party
Tuesday evening. It is needless
to say that it was enjoyed by- alL

Buy your flowers for your bet girl
for tonight's entertainment of GCs
Gottschlich. the florist. on Amh
street, next to Globe saloon.


Picture frames. A full line of
beautiful mouldings at my store
Frames made to order and the work
welo done. W.J. LHMIAN.
For Rant.
One store room on Third street,
near Centre. Apply at this office.
Mary Was Oblqin&
The Dundee Adlvertise. Vells a
story of a country cleric, saill Wnti
underside of forty, who .w:sm k-i
home along a road from.
hamlet when he overtook #a
worain. He recognized as
Mary, the maid of all& o t a
farm which he would peas his
way to the rectory, so e d up
and offered her a lift. was
nothing loath, and the wM
glad of her company. way
to the farm gate they ea
antly, as country and
when her destination wasM
heet her down. Tbm &de bl ed
him for his kmanesMadi b smm-
"Don't mention t,. ,ary;
t mention it," he amd p ly
a he palled the rug esoam his
knees and gathered up the is .
"No, I wo't,- masweedi My in
a ogg toe, his theiyoun e
ter went ea his way Ah tfasy.


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Pooewlag is report of vaewls
and agmes at this port week end-
ig Mfay 1907:
& YvssLS IN POTr.
4m. Schr. A. B. Sherman. 510
A.S',r. Grace Belle Taylor.
46U teo.
Aja. Str. Alice May Davenport.
95 tona.
AmS. Frederic A. Duwan.
961 toms.
Am. Sabr. William E. Downes.
656 tas.
Dutdah S. S. Voorburg. 1967
Br. S. S. Rosebank. 2666 tons.
Br. S. S. Recta, 1825 tons.
ISSLS 3 CLBARED.
Am. Sabr. Henry B. Fiske. Bos-
ten, 65,000 feet lumber, value.
$100O.


Am. Scbr. Thelma, New York.
40,000 feet lumber. value, $9.-

Am. Schr. Viking. New York.
8200,00 feet lumber, value, $16.-
400.
Br. Schr. Evadne St Thomas.
541A95 feet lumber. value. $8.-
19T.
Br. S. S. Navarra, Clden, 1 L
606 feet lumber, value 4
Sp. S. Eresg. o. 1 09f-
800 feet lumber, value. $1,1 5.
Total value exports for week
$115,778.

AMCUA.
SMrs B. W Cook amu so. left for
Camden, N. J., last week.
Messrs. Clarence Ferreirs and
Harry Manucy spent Sunday in
Amelia.
The Ililigs gave a picnic on
Thursday at South End in honor of
Mr. Romer.
M OW, ayrW aa *a*
fashioned rai.
How about that sailing party qu
Sunday? The wiad sometimes or-
derJ am imtead o aei&
Mrs. Adst- amd family were
visiting in Amelia e Sunday. Miss
Dorothy was the star of attraction.
The Iris arrived Wednesday with
a load of lumber for new buildings.
Amelia will s bloom like the


A little bird has whispered of a
scietv evest to be held on River-
side Drive in the near future. The
weather permitting a number of
Fermandinian's 400 will attend.

Artistic metal beds. Graceful
shape bau colorings, hand-
ome finishes charact the line
of beds carry. W. J. : ,A.

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sense of baby cerrmage 'aTedd's
editim of Johnsmi (18), .~u the4
earliest quotatian Dr. I tic bdWie-
tinary gives forihe word Mfdr a
kuetsr of m aY~sgein n -. M O
the baby barrage seems wi- te-
nmed the -dt e of anearlke ium
tion. From the endoof t bam s.n-
teenth emntr until well itto be
nineteenth a "pera'IUMlatar' *,*
machine for UV-ur'w gn di tMa bfy
reed and setting divute.--:or o.r
stance, as to had d-utvcarr p a fires.
It consisted of ,d&el ait leest
and a, quarter in *w -irem erCmce.
trnmled with a har die rwJ fitted
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ST. MARMS.
Mrs. J. A. Wad, of Savanmah
is spending some time withbes
father, Mr. P. H. Thomo.
Mrs. J. H. Rogers and children
have returned to Jacksonville after
visiting her brother. Mr. W. B.
Norman.
Mrs. J. J. Rudulph and Mis
,,]etitia Itudulph are the g.esta
urs. J. O.Ae.seae in ~d l
this week.
Mrs. H. Knight, of Savannah.
and daughter, Miss Roouny, are the
guests of their uncle, Mr. F. H.
Thompson.
Miss Mollie Long has returned
from Frn*ndti- where she spent
several days with her brother, Mr.
S. M. I ong.
Misses Fannie and Susie Brooiks,
of Wilmington. N. C., are visiting
their brother; Mr. W. G. Brooks.
of Scotschville.
Capt. and Mrs. W. A. Goodbrmad
attended the funeral of former's
brother, Mr. Philip Goodbread, at
Chester Monday.
Prof. and Mrs. T. E. Casey left
Thursday morning to spend the
vacation with the former's father,
Mr. Wm. Casey.


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GREGORY COSTAN, Prep.
Everything Neat and Clean.
II Appreciate Your Patronage. Giv e us a Trial and we Will
Treat You Iight.
Lunches from Five Cts. Up.


Centre Street.


Fernandina, Fla.


Meal Ticket Worth $a.50 ftorw 8.oo.


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Every Description.

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FERNANDINA. FLORIDA.
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J. C. RUTISHAUSER,


where disturbances prevailed, owing to
the strike of the car men.
ROADS FAIL TO AGREE.

Trackage Deal Between Southern and
Seaboard Called Off.
It is reported auihoi'Latively that
the negotiations whichi have been on


between the Seaboard Air Line and
the Soutniern railwi y. in rt-ferrncet to
the granting of trackag.- rigtnts over
lilte Southerns line ftrui. M:icont to
Atlanta to the Stabo!iard have bedt;
terminated, without an a-.,r e ani"t.
It is understood that the inability
uf the Seaboard to accept the tctius
offered by the Southt.ru was the
cause.

COTTON ACREAGE DECREASED.

Crop is Twenty Days Late and Vital-
ity of Plant Low.
Reports from correspondents in ail
t6e cutton-producings states, wirh the
exception of Florida aad Virginia.
show a decrease in the total acreage.
as compared with las: year, or smx-
teaths of 1 per cent. The crop is
Lewnty days later than lazt year. andi
a tiU. general vitality and cunditiun of


Restaurant and Bath House
Wrecked in 'Frisco.


TOKIO PUBLIC INDIGNANT


Protest is Made by Japanese Ambas.
sador and Secretary Root Moves
to Give Protection Under
Terms of Treaty.

Information that Japanese have
been subjected to ill-treatment and
indignaties in San Francisco reached
the state department Sunday from two
sources, and Secretary Root has taken
measures for their protection through
two channels.
Ambassador Wrigh-t at Tokio cabled
the imorniation, through Japanese
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chaun,.es., :h.it a Jaipatese rtiZaurant
Sand a Japanese bath house, in San
Francisco, had been demolished by a
;mob, and Viscount Aoki, the Japan-
ese ambassador at Washington, laid
Itfore Secretary Root dispatches from
the Japanese consul general at San
Francisco detailing the same occur-
rences.
Secretary Root at once made a re-
quest -on Attorney General Bonaparte
of the department of justice that the
United States district attorney in
San Francisco be directed to make
an immediate investigation of the
complaints. Mr. Bonaparte thereupon
telegraphed both the United States
district attorney and the United States
marshal at San Francisco to make a
thorough investigation and to forward
their report by telegraph to the de-
I apartment of justice.
Besides setting to work the machin-
ery of the federal government, Secre-
tary Root telegraphed the Information
to Governor Gillette of California. In
this telegram he called upon the state
of California to perform the duties
impose. upon her by the terms of
the treaty between the United States
and Japan. which stipulmates that Ja,,-
anese shall have the right to riside
in the United States, and shall have
full protection to tA persons, prop-
erty and business
The double mo Ording irotoc-
tion to the Japanese was tal.- n ly
I the secretary because of what is re-
garded a; doubtful authority vested
i in the officers of the federal govern-
mnent to prosecute violations ot the
cr ninal law. The se'retlary dices not
go so far as to say that tht federal
S\ovri rm1nt is without authority, il
i. ihis respe t t in th. aist:.- neet f lro-
ctdure Lby a .stale. but h is fraiik to
a, dmit that federal jurisdiction may
be soncewhat weak.
As to the merits of thle case, Sec-
retary Root is inclined to accrihe the
have come through .Japanese source s,
to the disturbed conditions (xisti:,4
in San Francisco as the result (:f la
* bor conditions.
Japanese Indignant.
A special from Tokio, Japan, says:
A report from the consul for Japan
in San Francisco confirms the news
of attacks made recently upon Japan-
ese restaurant keepers in thatO cP'y.
The public here is indignant, but 1 he
press refrains front any hasty conm-
meat. trusting the Washington gov-
i rnment to prevent the repetition of
i similar occurrences.
SThe disturbance occurred in a res-
Staurant conducted \ by Japanese on
i F'olsom street and was followed by an
attack upon a Japanese bath house
I on the opposite side of the street.
The trouble arose over h thexpulsmon
of two whiti men from a .Japan se
restaurant on Eighth street. They
were followed by a mob whe'i they
went around to the place os Fol.-on
street, which wrecked loth places, the
men themselves escaping through a
rear entrance. The police say the rea-
son that there was no interference
was because 11 of the patrolmen on
the street had been withdrawn tr
duty in other sections of the city.


MILLIONAIRES GIVE BOND.


I Six Money Kings Indicted on Bribery
Charges at San Francisco.
The grand jury at San Francisco
Sa: irdly afternoon indicted six mil-
lion.i-, s on chargs.. of bribery and at-
teiI:,;, l bribery and returned addition-
al i!t..ictintemts against Ru-f and Mayor
Sch u.i tL.
Jut.te Coffo-y fixed bail at $1,O'( on
each If l"it; counts contained in the
twen;v-eight indictments. All the uc-
cused furnished bail.
Th, grand jury adjourned until June
,. t l.-nu investiaton (itof ai!.gzd bri't-
er> ,: officials of the floumt Teie-
phon.- company and i,\ other pTrs:lisS
i'l 1. resuined.

BED SLATS VIGOROUSLY APPLIED

Would Do More Good Than Sunday
Closing. Says Chicago Mayor.
"h'd .-ats applied to i.i-ruy boy:.
will d-o n:)r,. than Sunda:. <- '.i rt.-
form i: ,'hi.'ago.' says Md1.or !:u.t.-
of C'hic..- (. *'and must of 'Ie I"* opl
do not u : Sunday cl.'sia:,.
This ;s, the mayor's au-v; r' t. :ie'
delegation of the Sunday t':o(i,:l
League. ihe mayer said hi xwoa;t.d
order th aloous c!oued ou Su;.uay "
if he wa, ctuomnianded by the t ..l' .":a
i court to .'i so. but not otLtrwt...

AS SECURITY FOR ROOM RENT.

Body of Mjrdered Priett Was Left in
Large Trunk.
SRev. Ka ,art ,: the Armenia: '., -
tolic Chu: ; f jbotn. N. J. .-
* bard(reu N. w York Ci:. a !ou .
Seek a&ugo The body "a 3 f, a:d Sun-
day in a ink, which had iet-n i( f
Sas securi; r roa ru nt I;:' l,'o
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tore, Firipluce and Four Foot Lenh.s'. .
PROMeT IDEL vEI..LVJ.L-

S. CHADW ICK, Fernandina, Fla. 2
.P P P TELEPHONE NO. 0. 0 n o


IGrim Reaper Claims Wife of Martyr
President at Canton Home--Apo-
plexy Cause of Death.
At Car:..n, Ohio, Sunday afternoon,
Mrs. Mc1r:niey. wife of '*e martyred
president, passed from e. .,h, as the
result of a stroke of apoplexy. The
transition from life to death was So
peaceful ,:rd gradual that it was with
difficulty -hat the vigilant physicians
and atte.,lants noted when dissolution
came.
There vas no struggle, no pain.
Mrs. M3Kinley never knew of the
effort$ niade for days to prolong her
life, nor ,f the solicitous hope against
hope of i er sister and other relatives
and friet-:d for her recovery.
Mrs. .;cKinley's last words were for
death. An attendant said: "Mrs. Mc-
Kinley 'Aould say, 'Why should I linl
ger:""'U, ease God, if it is Thy will.
why d,'.-r it." She would say also,
'He is so;a* now. and life is dark to
me.' O1ter" kindred exl.rt.-.ins woulk
also I:t,! tron her lip-.'"
At ::.,. McKinley hoiie rnenii death
came. There w*-re ipr'.-ti S(Ce;tary
Cort:\on. Mir. and Mr:.s. M. C'. Bar-
be:', .Mrs. S.arh lDincan,. Mr;. Luther
Day. .!Ju: t:- and Mrs.. William R. Day,
Dirs. Poritmann and Rix.ey and the
nur- .<.
"M1:-. McKinley lasted hours longer
than we ex;K "ed," said the secretary.
"H'r vitality was wonderful.' said l1r.
Porin ann.
I; was by Secretary Cartelyou thnt
the announcement of the demi.Se was
givrn to the public. While little hope
was entertained in Washington for
her recovery, the news of the death of
Mrs. McKinley caused profound sor-
row in the national capitol, where she
so long made her home while her
bhusbanl was a memnl r of congress,
and later president. President Roose-
v'lt learn-ed of her death shortly af-
ter 2 orlock, when he received a tel-
gran front Secretary V'ortelyou. who
has bevni in Canton since .Mrs. McKin-
Iey was first stricken. Hlie immedi-
at.ly announced that he would at-
tend the tnneral.
Tih:'e were expre sions of regret
front imar.y officials who.-e duties
brought thnm in contact with the
white hl:use. and from all attaches of
the executive nlit.i.!:on, mniany of whom
served there during the McKinley ad-
ministration. All paid the highest trib-
ute to the memory to the late presi-
i dent's widow.
The body of M'r... McKink y will be
placed in the cault in W\st Lawn
cemetery which h,!ds the remains of
hei'r husband until the' (.:mpletion of
th*. nI'w iu;iausol:;I on .oi;;iti
;ill, wihen holthi c:tikits will b" trans-
f 'rred to rec.-pta< Its in that tomni.
4 Mrs. MfKinlheyAtlife of a>ln,,( .'xty
.ears lhas b-een more 'faittiiar ,o the
I;;i:bn i Iy tlhe fal that ltaor, t!hani
half #f it na.-< a period of i:nvilidhinm.
Thr.umIh all this. however. s i, show-
ed aI irni and uiwaver .lg htwirfi in
,th, care-r of her huslntband and by
hetr cheering words, in sptihe r pt r.r-oi-
al afflictions, encouraged hiti whi n
there was darkness at hand.
She believed that his star of des-
tiny would never set until he had be-
come president, and for more than a
,quarter of a century cherished that
belief until h(r hopes were realized.
After President McKinley's death,
she expressed a desire to join himnt and
prayed daily that she might join him.
Lately, however, she frequent iy told
triends she desired to live until the
i. il,,letion of the M'cKialey mlauso-
'unm, which is the gift of the nation,
;:dl .hti'h is to |t' dedicated on Mon-
L::eint Hill. September 3 0. next.


and serve with the roa-t.--Wat-ing-
ton Star.
CORN FRITTER'S.
To one cupfal ,'orn a:.ow a h:Af
cup cracker crumt.s mixed wi'h hi
half cup milk. Add two hi-a'a : '.n
without separatist andl aLt ;.nd pip-
per to season. If ner,.-zsary adi : a
scant spoonfu! of flour to n.i..- ;
thick batter. Have ready a ho' ;a:n-
cake griddle or spider t'-cl rea:t.-d
with butter or olive oil. andf drop in
the batter a spoonful at a tim,,. WV.,in
brown on one side turn over to co!or
the o:her. Four minutes will make
them a golden brown. Thes" art- a
fine accompaniment to roast or tried
chlcken.-Washington Star.

PINEAPPLE CHARLOTTE.
When rightly mad,- the:, is no d.-
str: rmnere del< a'v and *:i -.stile than
a charlotte. Fur cne cup canned pine-
Isp:e alov.- one quart (r-ain. b.a-ha
llckage &catin. one-half pound smi-
gar. cne-half ptmnd lad:- lingers or
t-aeir (-U:v;u:e'Il in .cuner' cake. one
teaspaonf van".la and t ha:, t-a-
spconful cranr,,. Whip th.- c eam to
:. stiff :roth I-''. i, t.ilv Iaa thn ,.' co:i-
taI-i th.- rrap!t. aI.;! :n a larger u-r.


By a Nose.
,111q-hnf! Ia srfl fhs;r79"s're-ar
ell :t race-o-tr iii thp. offire oft!1e
Savo%.. "FTunmt. ?himipabout him. too)-
.Ia'Jern a'I raa'i~d No,.ie
"There wa., -Y v, i-~Lona o,
*Y'.:,r No.-"i My Nii- '. R4-d No:;#,,pup:
N(,:,. and -e'.-erjil x. r.' 1--, jiody know
..(.w :a~nywa..
*,(',, in*. a him. id-ra It'etrs Vis
Nog-, Your Nfyt- a.!It. a .\use.thew
beina the ligest ri:9.::'-. to til.' bunch.
kwokin' for Iinhid- :mi aO
'Wha' y: ia' a fol
..I Isat%., '1 AI .I 'v Nose;
.4s Wn;ana:!14Iputt a n*'. tUYc'm:


bya ien-:h aa:* -..: :rsv

il.A-A:: Is~' win oy.~. ~- z
*ci-c" Chanhine.
The 4*:11Ct .-'t;S' "of
Rio Ct na iuc (.I.) S:! a. :.~r''
tUPak dpt'-rntil. I eff'ort t'):!r:
Italian 1mi":to oTaU'M,'~
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J. W. RODGERS, Prop.

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Cor Ash an<' Sixth Sts. Telephone 57.



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PIELw Bt O'S

No Bicarbonate No Salicylic
of Soda. Acid.


DORTMUNDER REER


Made from Hops E. New York Brew-
and Malt Only. ery, Brooklyn, N. Y.


THIEDE BROS., Sole Agents.
FERNANlINA, FLA.


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Ti sift into It the ulver'fzed st.
stir in the gela::n that h

the flavoring. This is :he -



a ia Newburg for s"pr. o-er t 1he harden on tha lTarota r li'
shll, claws, etc., wilt two quarts ifrm the ice a few theomen :- .
of cold water to nak ontthe foupicda- ha. to slt it i f l I :r '
lion for the soup. Lottstr nit"c"d but n a ln tien sti ":l :"" '" : .
little looking after it has once bailbed v S. p it th- ladI fiS -
as k;ng cooking toughe:spp. Ivat two ; ."
level ta lesp.onfuls hi!'r in a sauce- c : them in halves. *li:a th
a with i hles nf *wh the fice ger pl.ioz-, : ,
fior], clawsook ..,ti! i a:t al artsd 0 cake "*.a t- :' "



pepper to t..as:< ,t in w~ith twa. cs j tih m ;Io st It !.,eI! tad -;

s ioothli t) avE id x;it>ps. \'.'h< *s i i place ft It'.# v tfin
thickened add the Iobsr pickingths foua a- r' al- "ost : i. .
from the shells, let it sitier ,r a iout ia **'. :' ma na :tir .t-: -
five Ci.in..t. s, add a s.ek 4of cav teIue O;s cplit rle i. i -
and more salt. i f fn a pint of w looking tougi boil tp oate to 1 f
andlevel tarv. If you I a little lemlrn as Iu e-.- CeIn 5* hi ( L ntit.
juice add the lam % it T l ':a x the f singers .r ,
a quart of i Tht i i t. h. < *; : :.:; '
may be purc .i::-d alrxne .: :et i ,n l : s to ,
the om ten sheils.-. \Va hi:'i ar. a"t. Ihet i ":" :" :.' 'i ".
ROAST Choose at dry .i I 1 a-I::9 w
and tender. Ritevt i v it n fet' i- .a.. '
er, singe thor'iughly. re t it iid aund 1
take out thei luung W h ,c ft a-. ::' '. a :nm
rb a : w sh tho ro lI.. t n i t it : : it i I','' :, .: '
cold waI|tt an dd wi s. '.1 : l ne TI. >i' t t. t' *' .i '"" I"mnn 'it
tips of the winat. idraw t-. in t..-

the back. If no stin-f is to 19' usc After :ulito.. or i w;i
dust inside with salt and p:pr : t
rub over the outside with ',iven oil ni
or melted butter (preTerah"l t the oil), Af'r (:. l i: il'b'- rl,
and dust with oroalt. petr and ilsur; ewpIaIT'rs and lay in tron t*
oIt waita.-d ;.11,1 vi ) !', mtiff *'.-"I






lay in a roasting pan, breast down drs andl t* t mitust w.'
resting on a thin slie of salt p.rk; in o
cover with oiled paper, pour a half -o rr
cupful boiling water in the pat and to cl n ,ra re wh r
roast for an hour and a quaier. lreas- o i with Cold 'a:, add :
Ing frd quently; then uncover and tin-| r; w n wshe r and lay :. l r,-'.:
ish the browning pa ove oil iv.s a s h o w:h
most beautiful brown and it i :. ;,o: p ittc;. hi tIti e whl-a n:.
require more than a solit- of sal t brush k; f r -
all over.I
If dresin ir d wn (nce a week a pot:ccshi *.1.
plain bread, with celery and p alf
to flavor, or of bread and a litl'' : h olved in one quart ofi
mushrooms 11< nddl. It .hIould not lhe (n w, t:te v It i. liotlim:
dry or pasty anad ;t rern : should c o rew .
ample room left in h haad Iqeltin for it i :, h
ng frequently; then -neoer tin- I s. t i o in alcohol! ad *,a .:.
to swell. Th9' dressi:.t (;f a chic('n!
i.es t c rei)n' :.'r .spots from cl ies the crowning opu\ponity n s a ,. .





After roitting take the chicken.I. h.
frmost be autiful brown and it su 4 r! S#-- to, lt- I vlcate fau io l







when smooth add hot water to make h iflabriand rubbed wtpo-
the consistency required. Season d'd th b 'rc
with salt and pepper and color with Piano keys anrt be cleaned, as a.
culinary bouquet. Aedd the riblets any old ivra: by bion-haf rubbcae with
to flavor. h ~ l ad anmuslia.. dipped in ahuohol.
sausage, with Fcr.h5.snts. lnor r











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STATUE OF CORDON



Unveiled at Georgia Capital

With Imposing Ceremony.


GREAT THRONG IN CITY


Thousands of G;3,ans and Many
Visitors fror.' Ot'.:r Stat2s Gath-
ered to Pay Ho.mage to Great
Confec.:-2te Lead.r.

Mat: .. ; ;.. :ians and
visitors :. ;, :. .- ai ered in
Ataiita s: :* i.; rtIiipae in and
wiunes.s ;ih \, :,""- ii (idt.at to the
unveiling Al ti, '. d,: h'tiroze eques-
trian BStatiu- l t .,.,.. John B. G(jr-
don, v hich .Ii -a .... J. -'iwally in re-
Viewvin; :itti;t', ;... : :..-rtlhwest car-
n.r of the t *. :-.':. ,i grounds.
Elabor.i:e ;, 'i., ." ):: ljr the
event w .er,- ili;'" i,. th- cointlit sio?,i
which, mInr i. ,- ;I as had charge
of the -,ri '.:: .* -:. .i!ive resa ltu-
tiou, andi ;n' ;; "'- .t; l 'i e ery detail
was so irrai:.4--at '.; i: was one long
to be renn :eietm i
TAe ;:ve;i:.-; < ...-:. ,:, s which be.
gait p;oniltly at ;: ..i around the
iuoaiunitt, Ui:!: .-!. .: ertxt'd for
the occa.i:, o wa< uj-; i':(;ld by a
slpleildid lliitat:'.: :- .ita In it par-
ticipated l sia;t, ;... ;'.,-ral l.oops,
anti one oi i:., !!; i. :., >..4.4 coni-
ulattded bly (G, : .: V. <. Edgeriy
oi" i Ih i a!itelS :.- ai ;r' i'he oc-
4'j. :.on was i d,' ,i A ..:.ii iit 4)1on1.
I : troop a. :r'. I. t. tX e June-
:ii:: of P'eachtrt-, an-i \\-est Peachtree
tl e :.,. and l:;i .. l t;,' lifth i.na
S': t rt'gium .in:.- iti!, .nt:ry. national
:;i'; tl t Ge.-orla, I our irout o i i. eor-
, .: t. '-iry, lh. Allan'.a artil ry i 'at-
i fe-deral troops from Fort Me-
S'!i. r. ii. cadet. trolin tli-, state Itiiver-
sily z: Athens, from Gordon institute
at l.irhesvIllle, from Lihe Marist col-
leg,: o. Atlanta. hundi-,-ds. of Atlanta
seihool children, cU:hd..-d'rat e veterans
and many civic bodies which united
in doing honor to Georgia's typical
sol-lier, statesman and patriot.
Tht: e.xerel.'-s took pace upon a
as:,c ialy erectid grand stand, upoan
whi-h -at the mllay gu-sts s!w'cially
inite-d otr the occca.-ion, including th,.
Itn't...-r t ofl GUinera! Gtrildon's aamniily,
*\ .o, 'inors of li'u'.;ia and their
1 .li:ili :.' judges oi' the I'Uitcd State.,
Siit,-is, ntmmbers of the John I. Gor-i
t ,:0 :ionuitiient i .a--ociJ #:i ,:i, ScilpttIo:
tOie:i IIf. ,JorgIluw, the t .ho ict.rs o)l th1l
I.,ii; Meniorial A.asic'&aia i of tiat '
I ni:. I-:lauihters of rtae t'ontfederac.;
.iind ;.;:i.. u.th.r. Pl.~ :;'fo'U. had lWe:n
lll. ll<. ;. :;lt i '! ; i?1-"' in l: 'o ; *,f :lit
nli iiti ; w \i 'ti- .i.; %t'le provid-
e I .." ta.ust. wi lo i t.. i.: ini thl cho-
i : i! a: we'. alai) >;'t 'iaisi ar-
. 1 flir lth .e*,. voit ( .. which('
,.1i : : i l i: ,i:'; th : ; i "Th.t* i
..\ .-' nt:.lh," e. ,tecally written and
.r,',.. ,I for tl:;- ,i cari-na.
1T; :I,1,oJatiiu, ii ;i ltv. William F.
(ii..:ii *:il iuad .im- iy die band wa.s fol-
l.w:i! ,< the read.in:.: of he history
of ;.;. !,'in lI. G .rd. a Monumient A-
Is.ia':.,:'. 1 i:s fir.- lirt- sideat. Judge
W. L. (.ihiin of A:.lanta.
'1 lit i It' l-wed th tlrincipal addr(cs. I
,it ;:.- c,'.i.ion by G'It *ral Cle'nmeunt A.
la.!';.-. '>oiirade tand lil:'iung friend tit
Geu'oral G ;ordon, wh ) was with him
on th'; f..nous3 12.1 of May. lv6t4, at
Spn.-s!. .aiia, when by forcing Gen-
erat iole-rt IE. Lee to the rear. three
o.il.ait Gordoa probably saved the in-
Ire.':l vo;lf'de.rae' leader's life.
T: s:atue. was unveiled, fc.lowing
Ger; ..t, Evans' address, by Mrs. Fran-
Ct-s t',rdou Smith and Mrs. Caroline,
Ixwi.- (;;:don Brown of Vermont, the
two tl...! ulitrs of Gtaet-ral Gordon.
The dedication paien. following;
"Dixie," by band, was read by its au-;
thor. Charles W. Hubnuer, of Atlanta,
and the exercises dslosd with the fon-
mal delivery of the uiitn;inent to the .
state by Captain N. L. Harris of Ma-.
con on the bart of the commission.:
and its acceptance by Governor 1TT'-
Ivil.

AMMONIA KILLS FIVE MEN.


Pipe Exploded in Packing Plant and
Fumes Overcome 20 Workmen.
Five workmen were liie-d, aud a
du-en othet seriously injured Thura-
day afternoon, when an anuhi.1i, pipj e P
exploded in the beef kil!i'ng depart-
Ineat of Armour & Co's plant at the
a :eck yards in Chicago. 'ihe building
was full of workmen at the iWme, and
the dedJly ammonia tfumes peuetrat d
through every department iu the build
iag in such a short time that twenty
of theiaen were overcome be're they
cjuldi make their escape. AU but ave
of these men were dragged irom the
1l4ace by their companions.

JAPS ADMIRE GEN. WRIGHT.

His Resignation a American Ambas-
sador Deey Deplored. I
A special from Toklo, Japan, says;
The resignation of Consul General
Luke Wright, the Amerean ambat.
.sador to Japan, Is widely known, and
the Asahi in its Isue of Friday re-.


I


FOR PROTECTING HONOR FOR TARIFF REFORMM

Mrs. Sallie Freeney is Placed on Trial
t Eatnman,-Charged With the
Murder of W. T. Harrell. Association of Manufacturers

The trial of s. --. Goes on Record.


-- --at ut ma. bni reenu>*
Who is charged with the murder of
W. T. Harrell, a prominent citizen,
who, it is claimed, she shot and kili-
ed. began at Eastman, Ga., Thurs.
day morning.
The courtroom was crowded with
a dcnse throng oi people when Mrs.
Freeney tooK her seat. She did no1L
appear the least bit nervous or excit-
ed a. she entered the courtroom. Site
bowed to the judge and attorue)s and
calmly :at down.
Almost the entire morning was
spent in drawing the jury, and the
case was hardly gone Into.before ad-
journment was taken for dinner. Thu
introduction of evidence occupied the
afiternoun session.
Mrs. Freenevy, since the alleged
murder of Hlarrmll, ha, been a prison-
er in the ltibb county jail at Macon.
She wa. carried to Eastman for trial
Thursday morning.
The state is represented by Solic-
itor Ed Graham, D. M. Roberts & Sou,
C. W. Griffin and W. M. Morrison,
while Mrs. Freeney is represented by
John R. Cooper, Delacy & Bishop and
C. W. Atwill.
The state rested Its case in the af-
ternoon about 6 o'clock, having b.e-
gun to submit evidence ai)out 2:30o
o'clock.
The defense immediately had Mrs.
Freeaey iatke a stateiit :t I to tli-
jury, and rt-.ted without .ubliitin':
any further evidence. M:-s. ViFrelity
made to the jury a very dramatic
slitat mint.
She claimed that liarrelI de.ciared
that he would sleep with hlitr ihia:
night or kill her; that he wa:j intox-
icated at the time and that he attempt-
id Ito init his threa- into ex*ciu i

WANT IMMEDIATE ACTION


Only Twenty Per Cent of Members
in Favor of "Standing Pat.*
Bat;h of Strong Resolutions
Passed at Closing.

The Natio;:al As:iociatiun o)f Manu-
facturers or the United Sta .s went
3u record at their closing b, ssion in
New York Wednesday as in favor of
a revision of the tariff at the earliest
u opportunity, and the uegot.ation of
more reciprocal treaties.
A lively debate preceded ;th; vote,
winch was upon the accepianu, of the
report of the committee on tarit and
Sreciprocity. The eommittet ba.,ed its
i recommendations on a poil of tli 3,-
'Uui meanibers of the assucia'ion. Of
Ithe total number replying; :.5 ; r cent
I declared fr iniluediate revs:.o- while
2" per cent exprt..,ej a "hani: off"*
sentiment.
1 An effort to tale the report was
i, elevated, and it was adoiit'd as re-
' po ted:h
The mass of re--oh:tions ;a4op10.>i by
'the association at the wind-up ir.:-lud-
Sed indursem,..nt ot the optqa 1, sh.oi; in.
du-4trial education, the imuiruov':aent
tf the consular service., t.oumi;end..tivn
of the national river tri;d hi::ibor ea.n-
gress. urging the pre.ide-nt ;o ritih.
Ui'raw i.;:.roval oft ;t' new Gt; ':ian
itreat"y Ui.il t.'-sti uilny c' an tibe" .:ta:n-
('l reg.rditg he .tit.!(lts !po..an doun's-
;tic labor and industry lil-ly tj follow
the cus:"' ils adii:.i :r:i:ii' ;i;l:;is,,


. -., t :tanu- oppUsiitiou to all i'ih gal ti,..nha-
and that she only shot him whu .-ine tn, either of c' .ital or la. o.
was lorced to protect herself. Sh This, i r 1sioai itil o wa .,:
further stated that he grabbed iur force i tht couve r';tion s .nlardd
and struck her. Mrs. Freeney w.t d th cs e card
into details as to the manner in whiceiho se carry
ishe had been supporting hershel. out a c:allmpaign of education, concern.
She told the jury that she had ieten la di ctatoria combinations.
doing the best she could, and that Of this cauipaigzl of education, Pres.
she was going to keep on doing -o. ident VanCleave, following the closing
She stated that it looked as it every- sIe-ion, s-id::
body was against her, but that God 'We shal endeavor to assist in
was for her; that God never let one educating the public in industrial
of His children suffer, and that lie righteousness. We shall be just as
was not going to do so now. She ex- rj-ady to opp.se unlawful acts by com.-
pressed herself as not being the least binations of labor. \\e believe in in.
afraid that the jury would coavit;t binatiiues of law. We believe in in-
her. dustrial liberty and we are opposed
Witnese.s for the state deelare th.a;t to all forms of individual o Mrs. Frec.ney made statements im- And. if anybody unde'takes I comu-


mnedia!eiy alter the shooting to ties
effect that lHarrell did not put his
hand on her, and that she shot him
because of insulting language that lie
used to t1 a'.

BOTH HAD ACCIDENT POLICY.

Man and Wife Who Were Drowned
Leave Comfortable Sum to Heirs.
The laws of chance aui stranugeiy
exploited; in the case of 1Me. and .\;.- ;
liart!ld T. Anderson, whio wure dr'wmi-
..l Ist thl j* tl..r 'i'fi i t Ai 'hl .; -ifiri I: i la i 1n'i


U'I Lv tIn c -' -ail g a .;,..Ua"lallat.I
whik. at a picnic tat hi.- LO C s nearl'
Ahgusta, Ga., a lew da.,- ago. Shore-
ly after their marriage,-. a t,'w nmonih.i '
ago, tach took out an insu.-;a:ice policy '
for the other in the shlim it ten thou-
sand dollars. The agent tried to get
them to take out a regular policy,
but both insisted on taking iiuti anu
accident policy, so that the. heiat of
each are now to be in pos.-esiuon of a
comfortable fortune.

JUDGE HARGIS IS ACQUITTED.

Another Chapter of Feud Czse in Ken-
tucky is Closed.
Th. jury at Lexington, Ky., in the
case of .lalies lltarig. of l:tc-athiLtt
county for the assasssna:on iof Jas.
Coet.i-ll, town mtnar.iati at .Jackso.u
returned a verdict ut acquiitil ou
Thursday morning.
As somin as tlie verd,' was an-
nounced, every democ;atc ci-y and
county) utiaial ill thlt' ctunrt rooU uLt
tered sh;ouis ot allpp.a-.
Judge Parker rajilt'i It r mdltr and
reprinianaied Sherif i. EL;-y lfir 1'er-
mitling such action in the t 1*il: r 1aMi.L

COURT OUSTS OFFICIALS.


Democrats in City of Louisville and
County of Jefferson Lose Out.
The Kentucky court of aj;it'als on
Monday hanried down its, tlpiniO inl
the couteste.d election cas-s ironi the
city of I uAsville and Jeffer:.o;n ctun-
t'.. uplhoid.in; the conte.ntio: oif ;hie
fusi'e:istts anu decla:-ri:g tihe i.tc.uo
void.
The cour: riues that Gover:::r- ikck-
ham has the power to Wlu. tV e ican-
cies by appointment and aun e.tecoa
for all city and county ,c!t!x is
ordered for next Novt aibcr. Ie de-
cision of the court i. unanmiiou.


DEADLY RACE CLASH.

Gory and Deplorable Tragedy Fodlows
Criminal Assault on White
Woman by Negro. ,

Two negroes lynched and three oth-
er person dead, and six injured, is
the net result of a criminal assault
made by a negro Monday night u:i
1Irs. Laura MAuorn, a widow livi:i,
about six miles from Reidsville, Ga.
About lif:een citizens turroiuintld
.he house of Sim Padgett, colored,
whom they suspected of harbiori: g
.lack Strickland, Mrs. Moore'v as-
-aiiant, and demanded of Padgett's
wilf to search the house. Permission
was given, but when the posse ad-
vanced to within 3v feet of the hou.;e
PadgetL and other negro men on the
nuside-of the building opened fire on
the posse, instantly killing John Hare
and seriously wounding three others,
among them County Commissioner
IKennedy.
The fire was returned by the mem-
bers of the posse. killing Situ Padg;tt
and one of his girls, about ten years
old, and wounding two other girls,
about six and thirteen years old, also
shooting one of Padgett's boys, aged
"2t, through the lungs, and one, aged
.2, through the hip.
When all the ammunition of the pos-
se had been exhausted they retired,
leaving the body of Hare and carry-
ing oft the thret wounded, leaving the
negroes still shooting at them, not
knowing whether they had killed any
one of the negroes or not.
Upon reinforcing they returned and
found that their aim was well direct-
ed, and had accomplished the purpo-se
in;'inded, wimh the exception of killing
the little girls.
Tht. iit.-w spread like wild fire, and
by lo o'clock Tut-oday morning there
wtre' 59I) men on the scene with ri-
1.l). aoho:,aus and pistols. A scarcti-
ing pirty started in pursuit ol thi;
two negrues, who escaped lrom tue
house, after the shooting, and one of
thlemt was capLured and taken bt4ore,
Mrs. Moore, but sue failed to id'utily
him as her assailant.
Later Dr. J. L. Kennedy identified
him as the negro whom he saw shoot
Mr. Hare down and lynching looked
inevitable fur quite a while, but cool
heads prevailed upon the crowd tc.
let the law take its course and Dep-
uty Sheriff E. C. Elmore left with the
ne-gro for Reidsmille jail.
Padgett's wife and son, who wtre
severely wounded, were taken and
started for Reidsville jail. On the
way the officers were overtaken by


t any oe to suteait to sueh op-. a bout scveaty-live men and tile pris-
plr.csion, w%'%o shail erideavor to as- o.u1rs w'ere demanded. There v.a.s no
--: tie.- pa;-;y dso as.aiied." ua!t,'rnuait.ive and the prisoner.- were,
Thi a:t.s'tciation -e-elhcet Jam es L t-t.e by the mob. The wovint,ti wa..
Vant:!;l'.av.- of St. l.uis, pire'sidut, and loli o ruu and as she did ,z wa.*
l'i. 11. Stililuian of -New- York trinas- r ddiet with bullets. Her son wa.
urtr. T-fit convention closed Wediiies- t-at*dleii so that lie could not rtin
tiLy night" it i a :a;qut t. t w it to 1;.eces il thile u uhe i

WORK OF TRAIN WRECKERS. '.. ,- :tt-O;'o vhu utltraged Mr-s. lMt'-
S<..-'%! i l-'at ,i t-aiu i. adsle'ttL hoilm.-c with
Rails Were Drawn and Flyer Tumbled "'i':t)-livte a-u'i l a- ien liot)a. lttl'r
from High Trestle. Ll::i. Grcat e~ciat melt prevail -.
Train No. 2,. oine tf the South;ra n
Pacific coi.it line train. was vr.-cke(d FIFTEEN YEARS FOR KNOWLES.
at West Glvenale, ten miles north of --
Los Angeles, at l2':3 \\Wed-i-sday Negro Soldier Must Do Time for As-
morning. saultng White Officer.
The wreck was the d-'libe'at woa..- The eutenei. of the c.juriianrial ia I
of train wreckers. Ow-n man wa.I. Li. thi ca!"se of Cuopral Knowt..... eo:,r- ,
ed and twenty-two injuri-d, three proc:- ed, of thie twent1-tifth infantry, reuelt-
ably fat:liy. In acnomplishinlg th; ly tried by couriuiartial tor haltig
wreck of the train, a devilish ingenuu!- uted Caitain Mackiln of the' at i*
ty had be-un ixercistd. At it letaint eun regitnent, while the. regaiuel.:t %.s' sta-
a trestle oler the Arroyo Sect-o. e ti oned at FortL Re-us, Oilailola, in
fish plates and bulis of two c.nul.-e:t- t*centber last, tilt.een ,-ars at hard
ing rails had been removed, and in labor in the iwnutentia r a 1Fort l-.av-
the alpte.ures, where the blts v,.re enworith, Kansas, hl.t les bet'n aplrovtd
taken, stands of heavy wire v.er iaa- 4. e ntral Alct'3'', coninaunding the de-
tened at the -ed of each rail. plrmelit uf "tlexa..
it was evident that soume lpcruN:i hadVENE.
hidden uon a hillside close to th SEED ER CONVENE.re
tie, had pulled the wire as tihme ;rain
approached and spread the rai. outi- Eleventh Annual Session Held at
ward tow.a:d thes ed of the:i..- st4e. 1 Jamestown Exposition.
The Inwtistatue t'Cua:o Ciust-,ia" As-i
Yellow Jack Appears in Cuba. soclation co;nvi-re.l i:i e.nith ainua; I
A report from havana. Is -o the sess-oi at the JanistuAn exposiioan
effect that one yellow ;.,xr ,atient Tuesday, wAt:h '- l'.LO ul C't g la .au !
of the iprovineet of Matauizas, ava.a- re- I In aiiuc. ati A -re.- tt Tour da -.
In a tha, absuci: oi e r ;.dtlt l u"l ei..r,
c('tivtd in the Havana ho-pit; Tlues- I
,. fMyers, iou iier o. way and
day, the firs: case repoirt-ia fCi iai L tt w .an
' me tia!;i s t i- Jai st ':,vi expu.ixtl u.
city for .evu.&l mnlo. .u'r t
dvli.t:lrd t h e uodr,.-s of U ti1c A..' "

HIGHER DUTIES HELD UP. CALHOUN AS A PUGILIST.

French Government Succeeds in Side-t of Frisco Railways Resents
tracking Cotton Seed O0i Bill. Being Called a Liar.
The Fienth govern:um -.t .: U sue- A: a hia*--titig in San Frauiv-c': Fr!-
ceedt-d in :lidetrac n4ii'g '.. which da)\ o :hli'- ,i ,, 't ii tiliil ., coin.Iit:.., ,
had 'a(ea ip-nding Ite':'.: .lia;uent of the baiti :: -,iic4'rv.i tea e a-
to increase the oduti .: Am rican sider a I', .-i'iti;.Jli idec ring fo: f :: d
teau ea ththe fra:. : ..-. ot ui 1, I ,- ite'.i ral-wa .
couLi a ,ed oil. The t. : tie cab- i,: .'r-.. tahouin o that r- I
inet turnished fresh ipre'- of the de- p.)rattie w.t.- v!r'tl;y called a liar by z
sire of tLe govern intt l 'L ;o ~-id tariff E. P'. Tio.>. a Ii:ui ,iciii.t. ow.'-r.-hi :
compllcatiunb with the L" C ed State.s. advw:e.-
pending an attempt to .:range au .3i. i'-liillia rt.:.-y was a a ow ;:n
agreement through a J' ..,L commi-. the tuac. thar l-tary kia:'keitd lTryv
situa. down. F r', r ;'JoU w s prev;l: dj
slii d


-by JYS.-t'1 .1

LIGHTNING HIT CLOTHES LINE.

As Result Boy Was Killed and Two
Sisters Seriously Snocked.
Johu:.. w> la.e, aged I:' yeai'/, a
son Ot U. %,. W'hite-, living. near 'lou
cry lita)- h ';a.. wa- s-Trauck ard kl-t-d
ty h';-;i::l;:;. His '*'o .-:e -:. wr-rt
kUof.c.A a,2.;t',:!:- oua ai;d may .t no ri-
I-m *._-


FAST FLYER IS V
COTTON CHOPPERS STRIKE.
--- One Person Killed, Two
Negro Farm Laborers in Texas De- and Score Inju
mand Straight $2 Per Day. One jw rsnu waz k!lH,
The cotton planters of Texas are and two dangeruu.;
twenty o:hens were :
concerned with a strike among the aften wh
negro farm laborers. who are quit- peake and Ohio lir t
ting work in the various territories L-awreace 'rt ek. t:-'


WRECKED.

Fatally Hurt
u-ed.


un lfatUlly
aired, whi'e
Shurt Wed-
the C'he.a-
- wrecked at;
eper belag',


STATUTE HELD VOID PAT CALHOUN INDICTED.


Farm Labor Contracts in

South Carolina are Null.



IS DECISION OF BRAWLEY


Breach of Cortract Was Made a Mis-
demeanor and Judge Declared This
Feature of Law to Ee Revolt-
ing-Prisancrs Released.

In the Unit:d States district court
at Charleston. S. C., Tinurslay., IJulg
\V. II. I rawley rendere'rd his decision


Head of 'Frisco Street Railways Must
Answer Graft Charges Along With
Ruef and Mayor Schmitz.

The grand jury x S.; "":is-
Friday evenin% i' ar:ied .:..,, i-
,dictimeats as follows:
Against Presidt-- &'::;r,;. ':i-.,,n
;of the United Rai;.uad.. ihi i.
Against assistant :, th i ,I -;,, at.
Thorawall .ullaly, !'our,,,:.
S Against A orn.:'. -. : :,, !. '" rd
and \V. 11. Abbo!t) : :4:.. oi .
Apartment, fourteen < i:.
Against Mayor u ,-:: ,. ,
teen.
Against Abraham f. i'.', fo:r
Agailns.t Presider: I. t;::-, f
the Pacific States T ', .- ,. ,.


in the ease brought in !,-haif of Enoch i raph company, t. "
and Elijah Dray ton, colored, oa hab- Against Theodore V. hts i., for
eas ct'riu s proceedings, declaring the nierly an agent of tli t'i>.o-'.
act of the legi.latur.- making the one-
breach of a f.trm contract a misde- i Reuf, Schmitz. ('h:,:.:. Ml::;::
meanor, to be uncuo:stl-utionial, rull Ford and Abbott are hr.t-.-,,i 1;'i
and void, a:id the two inegroes are i bribing fourteen :;iei..-.,>:. t, ;:iCi
'r:lered to be rcha.;sed from custody. !an overhead troileyt fr:!i.'iis. t ;hte
Judge Ilrawley's decision deals al- United Railroads;. Schliz/. is. fr:l;h.
mcst entirely with the law oin the sub- charged with bribe:-. in ct'oni -;t:in
ject. The case is, however, briefly with the fixing of tlhe gas toh.t!:la!.y .,
reviewed, showing that the two nlie- rate, and with receiving; $.**... 1:1 the
grots- were arrested in January, 19t17, | United Railroad's Ir:u!chi.s;. d al.
upon a warrant for failure to perform The indictments agui!.-t t;l.-. art,
thtir contract under section 3.T ot additional to the elivt.v ind:li -.ats
the acts of 11.il. and at that tlime already returned against hint tm iie
they were still un.er contract: for a charge of bribing su,;..ru... a t re-
taok of the year, not yet Ierformntd., fue a competitive te-l'h.da. iran-
Tl,- act provides that a conviction chise. The indictment ai::.- lia~se.y
shall not opei-rate for thi rekase or is for the same )tnse.
di.-ciiarge of lth.- violator, and v.heti Superior udgt ory :ie r : in
th.i n'g:oes we:-' arre.-t.l in .January ute s ium of $ 0,0 t on' :i-..l 4: ith
I1 was the second ti:ie that thl!y had thle sul, of $l"1O,)4, oe t-luln ,l th.l
.-en l;:-le.il uI, and I.tu ou the chain- chale., and og "i !i-e:, l-':tiL
, i l,, te. li-t it--i'" < u-ti. Ia l-le i-, g":it t,> !.'...;u
'T ', ,i;y (cri' inali act in the lhoudd.
wo;-'d :f li.(- dk-cti>oa.'" was the fail-
i:e to w.k.. THE PLEA OF OKLAHOMA.
W\hi;i. adtiiiti;:g that the i lgi.,ia-
lion i. a part oi t!:c heitl adlmini.-tra. Commissioners Consult With Roose-
tion ia n.attlr. o!t g: c(io:;e.nitenie velt Anent State Constitution.
to t iid iiad.ri ;:, .- of lthe. tate, resident Rooseivlr Friday tL .iteatn
Judtga I irawly _1.- : "* Tt,' riT. lln ed is audience to .les.r.'. l.i'd'l. i r. a .Moore
ot taild i:i .%atutie. which ch-ain tm([d Ilaye:, deniocratic' miii!e.-r., of
the i:t :r Io thio s :;i and fol-ct' him the' Okalhomia -colttitutional cot.ven-
to lai,:- w.heti ii. will or noti. It uiin, who mv'ere alppointtedt bty thll pr's-
1i .1 n\ ::iur:lviig hii.- .'lndiioi; and inot ideut of that body to go to \Vamii:ag-
!Iy s'"ii d.'glradina it, that tlh0 reineddy ton to conssilt with the llic-iais of the
uavy I- iound.'" adniinistration regarding hi. attiLuda
Jult -;t.Iawiv;e, 'tcyam.lhe. biy dh- toward the ci('tAtituitiln recently
claringi the state act to Ibe in colitlit adopted.
with ti amuendienits of the consti lution of the what the pr,.. .i'dnt said to them, but
United States. and orders the release admitted tlhai he hail referred Ileit
of the lri-mners. to the attllorny t. ge'na; for another
1& i-onference. rTh.ey lp.lie;d out that


INULI WOME.. ANDU CHILDRE.U N.

Strikers in San Francisco Acting the
Part of Bullies and Thugs.
T1en ;,e ial poliov'ic ii in plain
chath,.; hav,' be.'gti a i'a:re-f:l inve. ti-
vg' ion at San *'l t'lisci' lo tin.t ilt,
t!latmue't acicordAt d1in wihi, ride omi t :' ste!tl car-', t.
"a 'hiew to prot-l ct thiim fromii viole-tc
ailui insult ironi stril. r.. and repoi-:-
ing re'1guelar jiuli:, in- ; \ ii>' ai't- do -i .-
ii
a;iii niut"l bi'- ",*.,' I,.ir ;'.. -. 'r;ta:ill:i i.
",,: e l t' i a. t:ht ity.-;;.s .0 1 ,ai.. .c : ,
i :; l hal.. le j ', ta .i'..: .ia il ei. i !,-i.Veie ," *.*
in lh ir.* foud: : ;il u* l*..vor >
. ;ne ad 'na.- l :e ,: c : i : !ti '! f;,: tlhe
ne:t who ha.t'' c '.ae!,td s 'ti i ar.
and cruuted dis',id' A.

CRAZY MAN CLAIMS ALICE.

Says He is Husband of Mrs. Long-
worth and Nick is an Interloper.
.Iame: s Irieze, w;,) i- .'ionli:i dt i;l a
saitailriuni at (' alumil u ilsi Ol t. ias
applied to the cr;-:i:ial c,'i:i- or hli.s
i'. a.0.: on lt:e gr.)>;ad that his ni:.dl
i.. "1it right. lie' *,l.'-iars i lia' lie i-
lh rightful hiu~h.-c i i oft .\ih. l v t i
V'h; LOngwirtlih. anid thlia .;htia,.a
l.,.ugworthi ils an it. rlouiic-r. ai'l ut;i:.-
tee be Shot. li t. hr'a:e..-r. '., ,a ii .Maiy-
or Itagder a:nd thi. cali ai! h:.n:
when he get.- out.

GIRL SUES FOR A DIPLOMA.

Barred from Graduat.on Because She
Attended a Dance.
ltecause she wa., ni. ...)2,' d 'o
grladila e ou ac('c-<;i". ,i '.:nio;ag at-
lt;idt;d a dance colitrary toj 1t zcl':ilit;
ni.-i;. 'li s Sad;- .Mc.;;ii:i:.a af i)au
iville Ky., has iruotgh: -'"t aga:.t
ti.e 'an arn h .i r;aa:* I '! ;axe cu.-
lgoc bCr $i.,', ,' dii ali,;..


GiRL GETS BIG HU2BY.


Heavy-Wei3bt ECrrs')n, To:ppng Beamr
at 5&5, Weds Aga.-.
W T. ir:. a;i o. '. ::y. r,.-. i;:.. .
weighs .7, ; .:.,d- aid ai a;:.-- 1 t:
l'e the' .ar;,. as i..'.,' er i> ':' .I': '-
cf Eir;.' .xri- l. w:. ma .:i:. I
Su:l- a.v af; r. a : 11 :.i .\1 i
of So:Jh' I n ;'T v..- : .: :
at the .e'ho : -: ;; r. :.. :
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An Up-to-Date Paper.
Published every Thursday.
S. W. MANUCY. Editor and Prop.
SUSSCMPTSN RATES
One Year .. $1.00.
Six Months 50
ADV".lSIO .ATWiON AsrULATlON
FURMANDINA. FLA., MAY 30, 1907.

The sentiment expressed by Rev.
James A. Cheeks, a colored minister
of Kissimmee, in the eommnonira-
.tion published elsewhere in this
issue, is that of the better class of
men of his race.
The lower house of the Florida
Legislature declared for drainage
Monday. But it is pleasing to note
in this connection that our Calkins
voted against that pernicious meas-
ure. Mr. Ogilvie, of this county,
was either not present or failed to
vote, as his name is not recorded in
the list of voters.
As a souvenir of Georgia Day at
the Jamestown Exposition Presi-
dent Roosevelt will be presented
with a handsomely engraved 'plate
of gold taken from a mine twenty
miles from the Georgia home of
the President's mother. The plate
bears a reproduction of Bulloch
Hall, the Bulloch coat of arms and
the Georgia coat of arms, with an
appropriate inscription of the oc-
casion of its presentation. It will
be presented to President Roose-
velt at the White House next Mon-
day.


Even the Florida Sun, printed at
Tallabassee, and one of the rankest
administration organs, said a few
days ago. that "the Governor's
reasons" for vetoing the Jackson-
ville charter bill, a measure which
gave the people of that city the
right to choose their officers by
ballot, "were not good."
The chief A the park police of
the city of Cleveland, 0., says he
isn't going to break up hugging in
the parks, even if the preachers do
demand it, because such interfer-
ence would be clearly in violation
of the Declaration of uIndepend.
ence. He calls attention to the fae
that this great document a
certain inalienable rights, amonT
which are life, liberty and the pur-
suit of happiness; and he says that
if hugging isn't "pursuit of happi-
hess" he fails to understand the
English language.-Savh. News.

Notice is hereby given that the
examination for granting teachers
certificate will be held in the city
of Fernandina, Florida, commenc-
ing on Tuesday, June 4th, 1907
at 9 o'clock a. m. and continuing
on following days.
Said examination will be held at
Fernandina school No. 1 for the
white applicants, and at the colored
school house for colored candi-
dates.


H. L MATTAIR,
Supt. Pub. Inst. Nassau Co. Fla.
Remember. when in need of wall_ 1
paper, that the finest line can be **
found at W. J. Lohman's. Second i k
street, near Centre.

Second hand one-horse wagon. Shirt Wais
Address Box 56, Fernandina, Fla. Anniversary.


ts on sale at Allan's


He F*ruht at Gottrabey.
David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y.,
who lost a foot at Gettysburg,
writes: "Electric Bitters have done
me more good than any medicine I
ever took. For several years I had
stomach trouble and paid out much
money for medicine to little pur-
pose. until I began taking Electric
Bitters. I would not take $500oo for
what they have done for me."
Grand tonic for the aged and for
female we--.-cssrs. Great alter-
ative and body builder; sure cure
for lame back and weak kidneys.
Guaranteed by J. George Suhbrer,
druggist, 5oe.
LamtNMtOtO
Property owners will please take
notice that the city tax books will
psitively close on Friday, May
51st
W. S. WHITNEY,
City Tax Collector.

Notice of Election of School Trus-
tees Sub-District No. i, Fernan-
dina, Nassau County, Florida.
_Notice tIe givet that m. .teetim. will he
rkin the 11th dy at Jame. A. I.. lW. at the
oa* (lthe oMd at poMle iulrmetio. in th
couft bo-i w t Fe"Vdln. Fla. to determine
who mhil be Sub-DitrietrlMint e m for tho
Irvudim schools for the mreewding two
Y.Sr% and the nkmobr of mtilkof district rebool
tax to he lee for ei of Mid yerm. The
amuntwr ofTrnmlfas to be eleted is tluhrre. All
oten 1 Rwithbim the city mi-Ms of
Ce fity~ of eaiam& wbho pay a tax u real
roperty. M" be eatited to vote in
By ordernafthe Badnof Pble itretiom o
amu cmty. I.L, at itV reuar meeting held
t J-e~nMan. Fle.. iNay Nb. lws.
H.J Baua.
Clminon Bard of PbUr I iMtructioa.
Nman. County.
H. L. Xaruiu.
cWy and Saupt. of Puble tructki .
A se~ereuessarmeo..


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plain. Also Walls, Fences. Cemetery inclokres, etc. Noth-
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JOHN R. MANN, *Man-...
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of pure. old PARKER whiskey
in case of emergency. Inval-
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highly recommended by physi-
cians. No prudent housewife
fails to keep it. Bottled at this
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cellence. Our liquors are of
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H. J. & H. J. BAKFR,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
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EeGo Perry......... .Block I ot ... ............. ... ..........
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Unakanown............... Block I,lot a, of ............ ......
FdaDock&Rf 0tyOo Block lot ZTSwest..... ....... Block a, lot 8 .... ........ .....................
J E BHermades ....... Block lt lot w of 1.... ... .............
S W Casso ..... Block lots o 1.................... ...
U o ........... ... Bloek lot;............................... ..
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Uankown............ Mlock 147. lot 1...... ..................
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U n ow ............ ... stock Iat lot 1............ ........ ...........
Joe King......... ......tBl k 1A lot 26...............................
JAskt m................lo Blok l&.lots 12, s ..... ...........
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L W H bothm. ... Block -I, lots 1, 2........................
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' Peter Armstrtoag........Block 10k lot 7.................. .. ........
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Tuneow.er............. Block t lot mb AC of .. ... .............
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J LWilm-m u............. Bl oek 21A. klot .......................
0 J InmberK ............ Block lot "*, OldTown ...................
Ukanw ............. .Block .lot s. 7, Old Town .......
Fernldia Ik latl t)M o Block A. "tI i to 14 inc, Old Town .. ..........
Unknow.................. Out kas ;, 13, lH., 45, sal.81,144 to 15 ini., 147 to
16 ime .............. ................... ....
JW P.rry ................ Out kl a M.! 17 ,n 18 ........... .............
SM ver Ro admm o ........ O ut 14 tab 2 .................................
arat Edwards O .......Okt sub feet o ts etre street ........
Naq s u Wharf ( ..... .. Water lot 40to 44 I ...... .....................
M. D. JONES.
Tax Collector Nassau County.


All Kinds of Wire


Fencing.

Constantly in stock at Kelly Bros.
hardware store. We are always
prepared to furnish any quantity.
If you wish to fence your farm,
garden or lawn it will pay you to
get our prices before ordering. We
also carry the most serviceable
players and cutters, staples, wire
stretchers. etc.


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AHard DOtoe Pe.
"I owe a debt of gratitude that
can never be paid off, writes G. S.
Clark, of Westfield, Iowa, "for my
rescue from death, by Dr. King's
New Discovery. Both lungs were
so seriously affected that death
seemed imminent, when I com-
menced taking New Discovery.
The ominous dry. hacking cough
quit before the frst battle was
used, and two more bottles mnde a
complete cure." Nothing has ever
ann. New1 W-- niseoverv & -w ..


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AU whom It May COCerW take moUll:
Tat at te* e.mrenm ofa otir I
mture of the tateorw Fmo d eormm
te o awat uesday aft the t u.
ta ArlU A. D. 1M. aspoieMla local MU wt
be inatrUine the ject of whc U IM i
autborte the Bordo Cooutyc Oma"
dmaewofaf lor th County of am.
Mad Seae of Florlda, toappraprn eo an
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Choice and diversified offerings

put forth at unusually attractive

prices so as to arouse the liveliest

interest among shrewd buyers





One lot, about 50 prs of Lace Curtains
54 Inches wide by 34 yds long, pr. .$1.50

500 Window Shades 3x6 feet, good
spring rollers, each................ .25c

China Mattings, the best value on the
market, yd.........................25c

Ladies Sleeveless Undervests, special
values In bleached goods each. .5c,-l0c

Ladies Muslin Drawers, embroidery
trimmed, pr................25c to $1.00

Ladies Muslin Gowns, lace and em-
broidery trimmed, each.... 50c to $1.00

White Goods Specials, 40 inch India
Unen, yd........................... 10c

40 inch Persion Lawn, yd............. 15c

Cotton Voiles, cream, white and navy,
special value, yd .................... 10c

Summer Silk in neat checks, navy,
black and green, yd ................. 50c

Silk Eoliennes, worth 50c, now per
yard.......................... .... 40c

Black Peau de Soie, 36 inch worth
$1.25, bought early, yd....... ......$1.00

Black Peau de Soie, 36 inch, worth
$1.50, bought early, yd ......... $1.25

Black Peau de Sole, 36 inch, worth
$2.25, money back, yd ............ $2.00

50 inch Sicilians, navy garnet and
green, worth 75c, yd ................ 60c

Ladies long or short sleeve Vests,Ught
weight ribbed, and Drawers lace
trimmed to match, each............25c

Ladies and Misses White Dress Skirts
Indian head, Duck and Pique, fash-
ionably made and trimmed, each
.......... .. ... .......$1.00 to $3 50









MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED AN DE-

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Ask for flcCall's Patterns, 10 and I1c

each. They are the best fitting.







MALARKEY


WOLFES'


Aromatic


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AS A DRINK


You ar. in the habit of dribkinxng
ulcoboc liquor., try this amn se how
you like it. taking simply an a beverage.
you will MId it as good to tbh tame as
anything you have reer ild before, am
good an appetizer, as nood a brater, am
for a govdMit cap." The dMferehee
in this aMnd other drinksl will come In the
aftef-ffeets. You get nothing but lasting
good from Wol's Aromatic Scbiedau-
ISclapps.


AS A TONIC


If yo u getran down---'"o your feed.""
to Om common ezpremss ---takea little
ol this before meals and at bed time. And
this in eood advice for wommas well as
for mea. Womes need a vitalizing toole
orteetimem for troubles that amw know
little about. This preparation baa always
Ren a te thing for tired and muer-.
Gg. women.


AS A MEDICINE

bletors reremimond it for many ti.-
hies, more eqpr illy for Kkmey aeraesm.
Bowel and stomach disorders. liver
for rbrumathm. Jaundice and dro .
Tomands of families comider It e
oa thn they mmwt have always hamdy
foor fremergeci..es
Men who a tet the bet beereiould
take it e morning and aisht, to
ona.teet e bad eect of beer on the
ris is so new thing being advertised
into shortlved popularity. It Ihas bee
for 7 year doing all the good thing
claimsedfor it An old. honest. all-roand
tele. beverage and household remedy.


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Simms, Jacksonville, Fla., and
sold at retail by J. J. Rutis-
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NOT BAD, EITHER.
"You are beneath my contempt,
sir."
"So are you beneath mine. and I'm
piling on more every minute."-Phl',
adelphia Ledger.
FITS,St.VitaW'Deae:Nrrvous Dissee per.
manentlycared by Dr. Klli='s Great Nerve,
Restorer. 82 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. ILh K Ld.,91 Arch St.. Phil.. Pa


$1.25 Each. NOT MARKED DOWN.
FW V"tV Ym S f WMt T"I'd give a good deal for a fine
vF.Va thgf fr, theaMt'itc. 'aitw'rms anl-leip- 'Ouring car."
mea tforvery athmleticpot. sCE new .rataiogues "You'd have to."-Cleveland Plain
Free to any aidre. Free.
DOOm TOoUm-- Oc. per copy. st Daaler.
lo. l, S.dlm'atis t I t Tn improve the general health ta!:e Car-
2 ia. 1ow ioea. N24 MH Mw to RunO Iet. fi'l' T'.t daily tor a time: it punrities lth
M, Mow totueL. N so at Hw tocA.:. 1ld14!. er:adte.etes rheumltisll and many
9O. aS wO o PHS 1 me. chronic ailment.', and keeps the health
.Na. flow to PtITl akesi ite. good': tartield lea isn made of herbs; it is
M0 Ia. now.*t oay' ta auaranle"l inder the Pure Food and Drug
a& n How u to Play theOdie x.t L.w. Garfield Tea Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.
aa Iafe' llaM(ub Train and Captaia T*ua
nAeM ir ac amac er. COULD IT BE POSSIBLE?
m a m* mUp e i She-Don't you feel well, dear?
SSm a k LIS. I Il He-My head feels heavy. Do you
A. sun J & B. OL suppose those biscuits you made
As. SPA.LI.N vMw O could have gone to my head?-Yonk-
ersa. Statesman.

ig t AW M ~LLl If you watch for the Items on Argo
Lig t I Red Salmon you will find some very
interesting things about Alaska and
LATH AND SHINGLE MACHINES, the Salmon industry, of which very
SAWS AND SUPPLIES, STEAM AND little is known in this country. "Ar-
GASOLINE ENGINES. go" is a household word wherever
Tr OMBARD A 'TA, 'this Salmon has been Introduced.
W ON nius is the ability to sell what
WOOD, IRON AND STEEL .,in have done for a good price.


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AUL KINIS 9F ZELTflLG AND MILL SUPPLIES 6 E3.AI'aIL
ow lanrd uuy. W Mi~mi wd ~ne:6 rks A&S&01 sti-O jUP.mCOLD"
AUGUSTA. GA. 6110a 5005.
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.A 6tummer Vacmtion



0 in ou Iitchen


S*10 aT Fortune knocks once at a man's {
RHE *SWISS T EI II door. Misfortune knocks often.
Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo


Smart Styles
New York City.---It is a well rec-
ognized fact that' the stage has a
marked influence upon fashions, and
here is an exceedingly smart and ex-
ceedlingly attractive blouse that is
model-? closely after the one worn
by Margaret Anglin In her success of


SWMEN SUFFER
NMoy women w uger ln mleme and
drift along from bed to worse, know-
ing well that they ought to have
immediate ,itoe.
How many women do y hknas
who are perfectly well a sto?
*7" .. Thecause may be eaily traced to
A ome feminine derangement which
manifests itself in depression of
e spirits, reluctance to go anywhere
: .... or do anything, backache. dragging
sensations, flatulenay, nerroahsness,
\and sleeplebsess.
These symptomaare btwarmiags
that there is danger ahead, and un-
q le~s heeded, a life of zuffering or a
serious operation is the inevitable
'ISS JULIE FLORENCE WALSH result. The best remedy for all
these symptoms Is

Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made fnrn native roots and herbs. No other medicine in the country has
Meeived soeb widespread and unqualified endorsement. o othermedi-
ing h" sdck a record of cures of female ills.
MisJ. P. Walsh, of 32, W. 36tb St.. New York City. writes--"tLydia
B. Pinlhmib Vegetable Compound has been of inestimable value in
swtorlt dy health. I suffered from female illneri which caused
dreadful headaches, dizziness, and dull pains in my back, but your
medicine moon brought about a change in my general condition, built
me up aad made me perfectly well."
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cores Female Complaints,
stch as Bbaekche. Falling and Disnlactments. Inflammation and Uleera-
tion, and organic diseases. It is invaluable in preparing for child-birth
and during the Channe of Life. Iteures Nervous Prostration. He*BA4eh',
General Debility, and invigorates the whole system.
Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from ans" fot--i of female weakneasare invited to
write Mrs. Pinkham. at Lyn~, Maes. Her rice is free.


white silk tie, but it will be found
available for all waiting materials
and for the entire dress as well as
for the separate blouse. There aret a
great many lovely soft finished lin-
ens this season, all of which are ad-
mirable, while cotton goods such as
batiste. lawn, voile and the like make
up admirably both for the separate
waists and gowns. \gaia light weight
and wash flannels are charming so
treated and it is well that one or two
at least should be included in every
summer wardrobe.
The waist is made with the yoke
portion, the full fronts and back. The
fronts are gathered and joiti.d to the
yoke but the back extends to the
neck. The sailor collar can he cut
on square or round outline in the
back. There is a convenient as well
as smart patch pla k(t ard the sleeves
are gathered into hands whether they
are finished with cuffs or with over-
laps in shirtwaist s'yle.
The quantity of material required
for the medium size, is four and a
quarter yards tv.'enty-one, two yards
thirty-two r- two awn' a quarter yards
forty-four inches aide.


Sfor Spring.

For a Dainty Neci.
There a:., some very neat little
butterfly tie -to be tied by the wear-
er-in -rot :-ilk. embroidered taffeta
and linen. They certainly make a
beautiful lh':i, bow and one which.
no matter !low "thumby" one's fin-
gers are. \::il always be successful.
The pretti.,~ collar is certainly a
high bati-, tucked collar,. a tiny
batiste litonce either pleated or
fluted board. ing it. The ties attached
to those 'lars are less worthy of
praise, as h.ir ends were trimmed
with quit. ;-nnecessary little batiste
flouuceW li;. the collar.


S'-'i't,,nal Walking Skirt.
There i no skirt so well adapted
to washa ;e materials as the one
with straight lower edges. Here is a
model thw: iis grateful as well as new
and that ik suited alike to plain and
to figure"! fabrics while it can be
utilized f.,r. silk and for wool quite as
well as f.,r cotton and linen. In the
illustration "t is made of white linen
simply stitched. but if a more elab-
orate eff et is desired the hems can
be hems:itched and the tucks put in
by hand. a finish which gives an ex-
ceeding'! dainty and altogether at-
"ractiv(e affect while it is in the height
of style Again flouncing or bordered
material! can ble used if the hem
anti tul:k. either are all omitted or
the tiny ones arc put in above the
design
The skirt is nade in three portions.
The loaer flounce is hemmed while
the u;,!ter flounce and the skirt are
finislih* with wide tucks at their
lowe: edges. Above this hem and


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tlh.e-e ticks art groups of narrow
ti;.-ks a:A each flounce is gathered at
tt- upper (dge before the joining are
mad. liThe fulness in the skirt Is ar-
rait.-d i'i lengthwie tucks that are
turn. d outward from the hips and
stiti:.-d '!at, so doing away with all
bulk at that pint whilo the addi-
tions! feiluess at the back is laid in
invet'td l'I':-Us.
Th. quantity of material required


Roses For Dainty (Gowns. -
Tiny ar irfi'ial roses in natural
shades dot lace' rufil.s on sonie for the ; ..liu:m siz' is eight yards
dainty gowns and form the accom- twenty-.-. n. five and q:iarter
paying hair ornament. Ribbei sts- yards th. y-.i_, five vard.s forty-fvur
pend-,rs and girdle are of the same i inchits : 'e .r* te-n yards of boilrercd
delicate shade. I v:at.ria .ve,.: '-nine iaches wide.

llatter tie% on Slippers. Can Miaterial Diffe'-'nt.
As a matter of fact lace butterfies Shirts on. !:i':d arlnd atqs of an-
are being employed far more than 'other ar, i hi 1'ogue. blt there i.-
bows for the decoration of evening i no hit at.. :ni-., union of the two The,
slippi.rs, and butertrli,'s in wire one in'. ,i l '..nonioze with the
Bruges, Brussels or Hatniton lace or other i:, ,.n... tnd repeats de'nuit-l'y
Irish crocth? are frequently intro- its leadi: eror. Ono. gown of this
duced on white shoes as well as tho:Se kind Is ,: i;a:.;ung pongee, the skirt
In soft evening shade-, of plain 't. the coat of a novelty


A NATURAL, MISUNDXIBRSTANDING
"I really believe," said Miss Mattie
May. "that 'rn not capable of critlcis-
lng anything I sea on the stage ex t
the gowns. I saw an actress the
other night who had rather a pretty
gown. but the yoke spoiled it"-
"Jove! you don't say!" exclaimed
Knight Stanz. the tragedian. "Who
threw it?"
"Threw what ?"
"The yolk."-Philadelphia Pres3.

SULPHUR BRINGS HEALTH


Perifes the Blood and Clears Up the
Complexion.
Everybody need to take Sulphur at
this eason. Nothing like it to purify the
blood, clear up the complexion and remove
"that tired feeling." But the only way to
take it is in liquid form. HIancock's Liquid
Sulphur taken internally is the best Spring
tonic. Applied externally Hancock's Liquid
Sulphur quickly cures Eczema. Tetter, and
all Skin Diseass. Hancock'a, the only
Liquid Sulphur Ointment, removes Pim-
ples, Blackheads and Sorts, and gives a
beautiful soft, velvety skin. Your druggist
mels it. It cured Edward D. Herring, of
Frderick, Md.. of a bad case of Eczema,
and he writes: "Iy face is as smooth aa
an infant's."
Al1-about Sulphur k lolet free. if you
write Hancock Liuid Sulphur Co., BAlti-
more.


IRISH HOPEFULNESS.

Sure, Things Are Never So Bad but
They Might Be Worse.
Thi Irishniau e,. everything'
thr(,gh rose colored I la ;s,,s. says ;a
writer iu the (luidlo'. lie is sup-
ported. too. by a simple'. stu-rdy faith.
a spirit of re,:iignationt and Iunwordli-
Ucias worthy ,.f tile saints of old.
The dreadl h:liht had fallen on the
fi tl-; IIn 1114).'* of tilt' ,j-; rid' whe'r
we were visiting in lrlaind. an I the
potato vines hitng liuil') ndl bro'.i.
.No wordl o!f o!4 a plaint ". ';s ';:' l. iand
when the lik, liho'-d u, '::-inti' was
lmentionedl It' .nswt'r (:t v.
"Dangei, ,I'"h'."' ,'S. h Toe i.,. i1-
deed. bu; lGod is goud. I Ih'll find a
way."
So, too,. !ab'ut the hay. Thei sum-
mer had iwen terribly; wet, ald tor
days ;tr.1 new mown hay hadl lai'l on
tho grocani. It was all axi';u.i t.lnt".
"What will you do." I said to Mike,.
"if this weather ki.eps up? Your hay
will sur-'ly be ruined."
..Oh. pl,.ase (;od. it won't keep up."
he answ.'red. "le:'ll send us a !lrilht
day soon, jut to see how well we'll
Use it."
"'What a glorious nixit. Mickey I
said to the boy. as hl and I and the
donkey drove home under the Augu-t
moon.
"A fine night. indeed. ma'am. Thanks
be to God for giving it to u1..!"
They showed us, on the road to
town. a gentlonmain's pl!a,-' wh ro, in
a stretch cf what not long si:.e had
evi'ientl. h et i thitkl\ \w \v!:P'e land,
stood stumnpl ;af'r '-t:.li :-ti.n'4
Irees. Four or iiv> ye nr. ago. vwhe.n
the winter w;:.s cx'ept:iitllHy lh;;'a;i:nd
Cold. the pi-;a nt.-' suiff'ort>I tr'';, ". ar:''--
ity of peal. Tla y h!. -'. I ;!his la!: I,.'
proprietor to sel! t;lini w1olo1. l ffT'ii:14
n:)t. only t. pay his Iri:oe but to) if.!
the trees and Oc.i'iy thfl;: of'. lie re-
fused.
Agi.in and a aini tl, .: lI t.' i. for
Ithe sufferi. gro-', ine('ln b11; 1 1'
wo:ulid not !,t hlii hand bt' mnrre'dI. OnI
Sight ther.,- can. ;i win.! so frightful
i that it seenied ftor a time as if tli:'
"big wind" were blcvwini again. In
I the morning the highway along this
proprietor's d"mnain was, impassabtI.
H:'ge trees, blown to the ground. lay
across the road for a distance of two
miles,. and the forest. beauty was a
thing of the past. Thn town auth"r-
ities ordered the obstruction t'learnd
away. and the pIasants got for noth-
Sng more than th y had been reiiuse-d
for pay.
"Twas the hand of God was li
that. ma'am." I was told. "for. witi
all the wind. not a poor man's cot was
harimd,. nor another tree on the cotin
tryside only those. God always looks
after His pour."


A fAD RF'O.MMEXDATION.
Lady fin draper's shupi-And i3
this color also genuine?
Assistant-As genuine e as *he roses
on your cheeks. mits.
Lady-H'm! Show me another one.
Tit-Bits.

DR. TALKS OF FOOl)
Pres. of Hoard of Health.

"What shall I eat?" is the daily
Inquiry the physician is met with. I
do not hesitate to say that in my
judgment, a large percentage of dis-
ease is caused by poorly tselectd and
improperly prepared food. My per-
sonal experience with the fully-cooked
food. known as Grape-Nut.i. enables
me to speak freely of it., merits.
"From overwork. I suffered several
years with malnutrition, palpitation
of the heirt. and lozs of sleep. Last
summer I was led to ex;c'riment per-
sonally with the new food, which I
used in conjunction with good rich
cow's railk. In a short timi after I
commenced its use, the disagreeable
symptoms disappeared, my heart's ac-
tion became steady and normal, the
functions of tbh stomach were prop-
erly carried out and I again slept as
soundly and as well as In my youth.
"I look upon Grapre-Nuts as a per-
fect food, and no one can gainsay but
that it has a most prominent place In
a rational, scientific system of feed-
Ing. Any one who uses this food will
soon be convinced of the soundness
of the principle upon which It is


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Gu.;av Tieko. of ClY14'3'afd. 0> '-,
is sald to tse an original It
brandt 4i.iting hitherto unlinuu l~a
art L~~zz

Anm,-ericns c6tinito niakc' :zi I
stee~l. yi-t ti-t' blades the S.tr,:,i'
I irnvd outi~ :~ e t'~as.
Would Cut onk. Otl i; O"-U bi:".L A
two li'icbUitcr.


The Frni"eiv'. verameflt ig '. :
steps to stop the, proni~seiio'is ii i.
ing of fritz"'lnu uilroriias in F: .t:
The n;'ami i.-thair ~lt,'v i-,te'W
used Lo .:OL and c loak i:..i_

Dinizu li. the Z,! Ii chief ciii-I 1 ii.'
ly known :inalt .Ioaed in war.has I.
grapho'oiine w'~~ith which he i' 'i
tzains hi,, gut'sts. I~'l-.as al-sea .%:I
PaTI. buill in uaii.on i, uii,
p ays hi~msol.'i'



Are Thieri Pre ephet it' I pre*~ix-si l
comingng IEve~nts'.
11. D.. Los Aigiaehs. (aI. A
there prophetic dreanimsfo i .
ing fuwrxe ('oming eve-iia"
In a certain resjt'c&1i'.'* ...

are the retlot-'tion.s of our iii*io.
Sat tons. anti t iierefort.'mayv.*

are not cou~zi.-titis ilinlt-*'u al-;i.-

tdroaaax a '.iodi a.. ,A n- t t :
Does a pa.i..lit C01'.111iti!i w a


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ner, (r'i: iii:!t hewa. iw:' :l ep:l
the right :III.. 'ifit'~s b 1:1. j.a. it
fromt the' cirt-ut:, iini 'Z 'h. a ta e
region. a:,41 a f,.'v (1,1.i~S .~'te
actually a;.p'az'clon .;I,, ci' '
ed of allaait hrax. tret., III'til t-n'c,-1
ebrated nam ii'alist ii.i Arni ':luiJ.-'
V'illen~euvye dna ineIcei a'e':ighi'.-
Ili- was bit ten oil tt11" ."' :andtd t heI,! %I.
Sday a cat.mirouas u..g 4tv i ':..I
ther(l anti :1 gr* t i-m.ot':' a,: ~.
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on the theme. "T
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person, pastor, t
2:3, "Come ye, t
God of Jacob."
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definable in uni
The church has
It has no restri
field is the world
ties are as wide
as diversified as
expanse of the e
eastward and we
land to frozen la
the church's acti
church of Jesus
universal response
ly engaged to tra
she true to the c
has received un
Jesus Christ. Ji
that her mes:
church is a part
universal (oncepL
are the strength
universals consti
appeal. It is oul
a world wide, an
needs and the po
Ity under the pr
He has any clali
large. And it 1
church has a tr<
served to her th
day she has a cl
tention and to a
The moment tha
to declare truth
its application
church ceases to
tor. We must b
tional houndarie
divisions or by
tions if the chur
to do Christ's wo
of securing and o
sway over the lii
4ause of our um
appeal to men i
every land regard
their creed, their
The Christianu
versal revelation
sage, a universal
opportunity, a u
ity.
The church hi
universal revelati
mental upon wh
Christian system
where and alwa
itized that there
< omprehension
tinite mind when
!'.t in from on h
,n-ious that wh
i Oow God par
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: "' th-.y have
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t ..'" their sou
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:. vanity for
Si, them.
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I always the
t. : self-revela
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hI.l only a part
lheitharacter. o
divinitv. Multi
conilirehensivn o
i- to )he world t
;alf the truth to
cay must addre
revelation of Go
a universal rev
that is revealed
mental to all th
of Him now kno
is a soul that is
,dgo of the tr
there is the field
revelation of Go
universal in its
miests a universe
satisfying is un
St. universally th
ie'ah'd truth.
The church h
sge. Tht sense
cusie' iostness.
1:ion of human
-li frioml the b<
v.-r.ali Everyw
*,dm' the need
hln-ingi of every
**xpc'rince a sal
is satisfying, s
The church of J
Its message is th
and the reality
iqu nces and Itt
declares that h
.,ided from above
I? proclaims the
S'eluner. It offe
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nit of God in th
C'hrist. And t
S.-stricted. It i
any captious ce
,ndned to an;


"ill may come.
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universal messM
receive a univer
not do God's wo
rage. It Is use
uare it or to end
any essential n
message in Chri
The universal
Is to carry ths
the whole world
national mission
it goes and to tl
Liut it has mon
mission to all
shall lead it to
I eculiar necesi
whom It is dt
larger mission e
a mission to al1
people to declare
truth of God tl
flesh and blood
of each man i
world: that the
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S larger PUrpose that a racial salvation A Lazy Liver Needed His Hcrse Chestnut. Nothin
Imay become effective. All of which j. G S~mson, who had been ar. g
Is to say simply this, that the mission May be only a tired liver. ,r a starved J. c so, "h" a ee Adreed
of the church in the world is to lead i liver. It would be a stupid as wel as w-ll as reted ye.erday as an alleged book-
S*adividuals and nations everywhere savage thing to bent a wear. or starved raki-r. tearfully teggeJ Lieut. Wheel-
Sad n all times to a proper under- .cani liecause he lagged in h i work. So er, a.ter h'- had befit r'leas.ed for
standing of the truth that salvation in treating the lagging. torlpi, liver !t is want of e-'idenct a.ca:nst h:im. to re-
Is in the last analysis racial and uni- a great mistake to !a:.l it '.ith htro:; turn a horse ch-Knlrt which tze 1:C -
versal. The Lord Jesus Christ died drastic for the salvation of the world, and a indication of an iil-nourishe4. q.nfebhled "'Please let me have it." he pleaded.
gospel that does not declare the plan tly whose organs are wcar% with over "I might just as well try to plav thi V
of God to save the race as the ulti- .k Start with the stumarh and allied
ach a"d the W*rl mate In Christian truth has fallen w- r stditesi m and u in lli races without money as without that
short of the whole counsel of God or""r of digestion and nuohition.t ut
to the world. The church has a di- them in working etordern a a n hi4.I Pu horse chestnut. I can't lose if I carry
vie to spread this message to quickly your liver will be-,ne active. it When it was restored to him he
.-Preachsng at the tT whol e world. This is the uni-toDr. Pierres tGoldcn Medicai )i ov r seemed more glad to get it back than
sbytria Church. vernal siontof the church. has made many arvelo curo-s of "liver he was to obtain his discharge from
rhe Church and the The opportunity of the church is trouble" by its wonderful cutirol of the custody.
Ira Wemmell Hen- universal. The church has a chance organs of digestion and nutrition. It re- Simpson and W. G. Martin, a sailor
ook as his text Is. to do the work for Christ at home. toMrethe normal activity of ti.e stomach, on the cruiser Washington. at League
e the house of the It has a chance also to do valiant increases the secretions of the blood-mak- Island. were arrested at Twelfth and
He said: service for the Master abroad as well. uIng glands, cleanses the system from poi- Commerce streets. Simpson had a .
e church is'properly The Inflx of aliens into America pre- sonous accumulations, and sorelieves tho racing book in h-s hand, in which he
ersal terms alone, seat a foreign mission problem and liver of the burdens imposed upon it by had made a record cf a $S bet on a
no partial mis on. oPportunlty to the church in the the defection of other organs. h ae running at the Benpings track.
icted message. Its homeland. To our shores there are If yo have bitteror bad taste Is the Boun- ..
, and its opportsni- rushing millions of men and women ta poor or abe appetite, coated As the police had seen no exchange of
as the universe and and children from the four corners foul breath. ipat ior imnlar bowels, money between the men. Magistrate
nature. The wide of the earth. The list of the nation- f el weak. tired. dent, fueenat Gallagher allowed Simpson to go with
arth as it stretches alitles that have come to make their hesdacbes,pa I rd.st "smallotback." a warning.-Philadelphia Ledger.
stward, from frozen abode with us is startling. They are dniwig or disa. -g ii stomach.
nd, is the sphere of of all classes and adherents to a mul- perp nasa ea, "risings to the i
vities. Only as the titude of creeds. The languages that troat aftr atln. and kint north the ric.
Christ accepts her are spoken round about us remind us of weak stomach and torpid, I i An Eglih jury has awarded $1t.2.o
sibilities and honest- of the confsion of tongues at the gently t an i. Pk-rcs dama:e-; to a woman wro before an i2
nsform the world is tower of Bahol. The nation alities of commiss God tht she the peoples remind us of te famous apartoftheaboves rapomswill ie present s,.ng. but after it, couid yet no fs;r Mrs. L.era
ustd e r God through congregation that heard Peter at at one time and yet point to trpi. livcror their than B fiat. Fro: this it wouid .x U. Kraruer
ust in the measure Pentecost. And all these peoples biliousness aild weak stomac!i.. Av,.id all Iti'6 .uf,.r, wi
.age is partial the flocking to our shores provide the hot. bread and bi;'uits. irr.idu- ( ki- and setni as if they tholo': he poor s;. in*" -. 1 i
ial failure. For the greatest opportunity that any church other inliaestible food and take h ".Golden I had been damaged. Bu; :his is II dou!,- :,,. .r
ts of Christian truth can conceive or that any church has Mledical di-rovery" n-:iulaily and .-k tolls ful. As a general thing racehia n.errous and
of the church. Her had forced upon it. If we can so uS, intil .ou are vig. ,-u-. atisK i high C is nma'!h !-.,:.. wtha D...Johni- Is.ing ni unea
itute her compelling mould these diverse peoples Into the The "* )tsc1-ery- is no-.i.- e'. e n-alloe- on ig Ci u o7. wh ing on "ai'.k)e fr ly because Jesus had unity of the Christian fellowship and hlh,. .s a lyseri extract 4f imatiw vt i sii hon sad al-:t a do t do'waling w. i.Il.e n i
imt rt ,:l% til, a a full lis.t%,I,; : ,. hi. hind legs: "'It i s nt doue well in c
eternal vision of the suffuse their minds and hearts and i nrtsedon.a Wsibilities of human- souls with the Gospel of the Lord u-n(ler oath. Its ingredlen4s are i rtt t in r.
evidence of God that Jesus Christ so that they shall seek and xtolled by the nio.-t inen.-t ii.edial at all. -Boston Herald. wr I'te t lr I
n upon the world at righteousness before all else in life, writers of the age and are retmoimended to i liuna and .Ma
Is only because the then shall we have accomplished the cure the dis.ea.es for which it i.s a'li,-.i. re- is anl (a
easury of truth pre- mightiest work that any church ever DIon't accept a substitute of unknown DOMESTIC ORGANIZATION. well as I ever d
rough Jesus that to- undertook. The opportunity of the ctimpVtition for this non-secret MEIPIcI.tE "Every household should be organ- hope that
aim to universal at- church at home is sublime. It is no orF I.NON Co POSITIOX. ized, the same as a business" de- the same srtympt
a universal hearing, less stupendous abroad. The very dared the serious-looking man. The aisv-e is
t the church ceases evils that in an economic way are It is hopeless to get a woman to "Right you are. Ours is organized have written sin
that is universal icn aficting the peoples on the other think aot ang hr oul f she e- on the lines of the national House of man.Jut one
that moment the side of the world are the opportunity think about ravin her soul if she be- on the lines of en Peruna to t he
be a universal fac- of the church of Jesus Christ. The lives her hat is not on straight. Represent atives. every one sitl
Me unconfined by na- awful famine In China and the like "How is that possible?" true of the tet
s or by geographical catastrophes In Russia and in other Every grocery store should carry "My wife's the speaker and I'm the ugh thobusends.
ecclesiastical distinc- parts of the world are the opportun- A Red Salmon If the slesmen appropriation commiUee."--4Chicago e have in ouas.
ch of Jesus Christ is ity of the church. Heretofore alto- Ar o RedSalm on do Journal. e test.monials..
3rk. We are capable gether too largely in the heathen (so- have not yet called on you.rop a Journal. ttn
f retaining universal called) mind Christianity has been card to the Alaska Packers Associa-
ves of humanity be- inseparably associated and linked tion. Atlanta, Ga.. where our tempor-
niversals. For they with opium and whisky and beer and ary advertising offices are located.
n every age and in infidelity and aggression add aggran-
*dless of their color, dizement The nations of the East A STEPPING STONE.
caste. have felt the curse of the Christian "Couldn't the president give yoja
church has a uni- civilizations of the Occident. And e
n, a universal mes- mistaking the wickedness of civiliza- Job?" e chiet J
mission, a universal tion's representatives for the simple "Well, be offered to make me chief D*.
universal responsibil- truth of Jesus Christ they have had engineer of the Panama Canal unfi,
very little sympathy with Christianity. I could get something better. -Wash
as in Jesus Christ a And we capnot be too harsh in our I ington Herald.
ion that is the funda- judgment of them. But happily this
which all else in the feeling of antagonism is passing slow-
ys men have recog- need America and the Christian na- --
e are limits to the tions of the West shall show the Chi- Worst Case Doctors Ever Saw-Suf-
of divinity by the nese the spirit of helpfulness and of feared Untold Miery Perfect
unaided by a reve- disinterested service in the name and Cre by ( ruti -Pra Remedies.
lile they were able to we may open the way to the conquer- I "My son, who is nov twenty-two :eari .; A.L
rtially through the ing of China for Jesus. And what of age, when four noit!s old lrc,.:i ti
ses and to formulate is true of China is true of other lands. have er:e:ia on his face. -.preading quite
re ideas of divinity The conditions may be different, but r-pidly until he was nearly covered. In Th
'er of human intelli- the opportunity is the same. The eczema was something terrible, ani the E
been finitely unable whole world is awaking. We are on dlt<,or' 'aid it wan the wormt ~es they e r Ur
the entire satisfac- the threshold of a universal awaken- saw. At tiTmes his whole body and l ce
ils until God has re- ing the like of which the world has were cevored, all but his fe-t. I used many
to them. There has never seen before. It is the oppor- kids of raItent medicines to no avail. At
!csire upon the part tunity of the church and it is uni- t I decided to try C('utiura.when my boy
a revelation of Him- versal. wa.- three years and four months old. hav-
And the desire has In the face of this opportunity the ing had *ezemna all that tinie and suffering Dose
vanity has not recog- church has universal responsibilities. untold misery. I beTan to use all three One Dose
e full content of the it is impossible for us to fold our of the t'uticura Remedies. lie was hette":
nation, but it has hands in selfish ease and be true to in two months, in six minonths he was weit.
Lut a revelation from the command of our Master. The re- IMrs. 1:. L. Risley, Piernont, N. H., Oct., ---- -
e days of Jesus men sponsibility of the church at home is 24, 1(ti." The force of dynamite is about TH
tal consciousness of so to transform America that it shall eight times that of gunpowder. "What's tl
f the personality of be a safe haven for the oppressed, It is mighty hard to convince "It's a new
tudes have no full the ambitious of every land. We man that. there is a hell if his :i:. Argo Red Salmon is standard in after feeling
f God to-day. And it must make America tit to do the has be en such as to make it cer!a. quality, quantity, color and price, aftir feeling.
that has the light of work that God has destined her to -- ed.
which the church to- perform. The church is under a di- he is going there. Misunderstood. --
ss herself. For the vinely imposed obligation to trans- Islington Coroner-Was the deceas- Vi
)d in Jesus Christ is form the world. And first of all we BORAX IS NATURE'S ed in the habit of taking drugs? ,
elation. The truth must transform. the individuals in Witns-Ys, sir /u
in Jesus is supple- the world. We need also a social MINE OF PURITY FOR witCoroner-What kind of drugs?
at humanity outside transformation. But no social trans- DAIRY UTENSILS. Witness-Oh. I thought you said
r:'*s. Wherever there formation is at all possible until we rubs._ ine ndon Globe oT
longing for a knowl- shall have gotten the individuals Borax is first, a cleanser that re- g WE
uth concerning God right with G(od. No man will have a ,. ., r with uan tur
I of the church. The realizing sense of his social obliga- moves dirt and grease with surprising I Ve e. n.sur trn'hs with uiia ntue. 2
id in Jesus Christ is tions until he has hadhis soul thrilled ease; second, it is a sweetener that eradwateiT disease, uxrulates the dsgebtlve
outreach because .it with the salvation of God in Jesus makes fragrant any surface that has ,organs anl l!inc- (.isI llcaltL! Manuftiac- ; t
l need, is universally Christ. Contrariwise. while we are lured by aaulie'ld Tea 'o., 1:ouokyn, N. Y.
iversally Intelligible, saving individuals we ought not to grown musty or stale from neglect; i old by drug,'sts. WATERI
ie culmination of re- relax our efforts to r form society so third, it is an antiseptic or destroyer OILE
that we shall have no evil economic of germs. It prevents the develop- TOO iCH OF AN AIANTA CLOTH
as a universal mes- or political conditions This traus- "Wh,- don' you invite Mr. Spip- ..
of sin is a universal formation must be not only moral; meant of bacteria or mouldy growths. gins to yoar bridge whist parties? I Clean Liht
Likewise the realiza- it must e) also religious. No mere With all this it is perfectly free from understa.id she plays remarkably Low in P
incapacity to deliver system of ethics will ,ver keep the arm In its resul ting eect wel!." WY aw
ondage of sin is uni- world straight. Men must have a harm in ts resulting" swer-d Iis Ca,,.,-,r*,,u. "o*"^.,,K


---aCofsin-s-un- world-st-aight.--en nies. hant hey .
here men acknowl- firm grip on the religious verities be- The farm churn is kept free from 'Sh dos play rmarkaly well. Tht
of a Saviour. The fore than can be sure of themselves that stale odor if it is washed with .She l re m a t went e -
heart is that it shall or the world be sure of lhem. The following proportins- s t reason we don t want her. -
vation from bin that universal responsibility of h. irc borax in the following proportns- Washing:on Star. 20 1
ufficiest and eternal, is under the guidance and the Gospel one tablespoonful of borax to a quart ; -
esus offers just that. of the Lord Jesus Christ to effect of water. BACKACHE IS KIDNEYACRE.
at of the universality these transformations. The dairy room has nothing about
of si, its cone- The church must accept these it but the pleasant aroma of fresh Cure the Kidneys and the Pain Will will ir.vent
s woe. The church responsibilittez. She cannot do other- milk and cream and sweet butler 4f it Never Return. a, Al'aifleat-.lI
atumuitY Cannot un- wise. Possessed of her vision of the sKILLA a': pe-nm
e ree itself from sin. Lord and l d h an eperi is kept clean with borax. There will Only one way to cure an aching 16: ,
e necessity of a Re- mental realization of the effectiveness be no soapy smell and no lurk ug hint back. Cure the cause. the kidneys.t
rs a sure. a comfort- of His Gowpel it is h r duty as it of something gone wrong. Thousands tell of'
ing salvation by the ought to be her joy to accept the op- The cream crocks take on an extra i cures made by Doans
e personality of Jesus portunities for eternal service that freshness when washed with borax Kidney Pills. John C.
his salvation is not the* Lord has prepared for her and and water in the following propor- Coleman. a prominent'
not conduit is not measure up to them. tions-one tablespoonful of brax to merchant of Swains-
* class. Whosoever a quart of water. This pros rves the !bor. Ga.. says: "For
It Is for all men. fresh favor of the cream. several years my kid- aFor
rch will declare this "Knowledge Puffeth l p; Lore Build The farm cream separate r can be nevs were affected,' we have we,
age the church will eth p." kept thoroughly sweet and c.ain by a and my back ached from 63a..
sal hearing. We can- We may be able to tell how many wash of borax and water i. the fol. day and night. I was
)rk with any less mes- stars aie in the Milky Way we may lowing proportions--ue t .lespoon- languid, nervous and OUR TWE
less to trchange it r to be able to count the petals of every ful of borax to a quart of after. ame in th morning. Doans Kidney It to youW
eanor.to as God's flower, and numbt-r the bones of Be sure that you get pL e borax. Pills helped me right away, and the ." '",!
Tan r. It universe. every bird: but unless faith leads us To be sure, you must get 20 Mule great relief that followed has been torn
istlonot the church ,o a deeper understanding, a more Team Borax." If you are unablee to permanent .
universal message to reverent comp rehension of the sg- get 20 Mule Team" bran! send us Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. 41 s. FORSV
d. The church has a ncano m ore be pleased with our knowl- your dealer's name and will ar- Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo., N. Y.
Sto the land In which t is; edge than the painter is pleased with range to supply you. BooL.et free.
he land which it is the fly which touches his picture with Parific Coast Borax Con, ,any, 100 THE OLD GAG.
a mission that Its feelers. and sips the varnish from William street, New York. Fred: "I hear you have taken up
,t tMe Gospel to the the surfat-e. and dies without dream- the study of palmistry. Do you really
itu fthe peoples to ing of th" meaning. thought, feeling, AIL HE KNEW A1O" T IT. believe in it?"
laed. But it has a embodied in the colors-Van Dyke. Knicker-You cen': pa:. the il!y. Jack: "Not on your life! But it
even tla this. It has Subbubs-Nevtr go: a ed cata- gives a mighty good excuse for hold-
Sland h nto every ogue. did you?-New Yor sun. Ing hands."-Sorerville Journal. araei.*ain
unto the nations the Man'. Chief End. For am* by aurim
hat we are all of one The older I grow-and now I stand
and that the interest on the brink of eternity-the more
s the Interest of the .omfs back to me that sentence in the
welfare of one people Catechism which I learned when a
if all the peoples; that child, and Ihe fuller and deeper its
nationall lives are to meaning becomes. -What is the chief


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736 E. Ashey St.. J.ackson ville. Fi., AfJ 2. 1907.
I have beea usrI.. Dr. Mozley's Lemm Elixu rin my imaly
fr the past sevcnte.n years: and do not hesitate to say that I
find nothing equal to it tor Indigestion. Sick H.adache and Cen-
sutation. I ch.c uWly recommend it toany wht are in aeed of a
Tonic and I ive Reculatj:. MRS. JNO. H. GEUK.


Will Convince"


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I .SUIITS MADE TO ORDER...


I 9erso als I for a short time at
J $13.50
Mr. C. Arney Ho iti from fine fibrics that
his parents, Mr. and M:I.. F. WX. others say are worth $18
Hoyt, of this city. ,to $35. We make tailor
Miss Maude Cnrry, of Prills-
wick, is visiting relatives and, made skirts for ladies.
friends in the city this week.
Misses Rena Waas anl Katie 1 IW
Bogart, students of Stetsoln I-Ii--
venrsity, have returned lionr" to
spend vacation with their S his.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ferrdira. of S h o e s


Knoxville, Tenn., spent several
days in Fernandina this week with
relatives.
Mrs. B. W. Cook and son, Pcrrine,
left for points in Ne:i. Jers.'y Ia-t
Friday to spend the sunimw-r with
relatives.
Dr. Fred Waas left Tuc-:. "y for
Baltimore to attend the Ct iiliiniai
celebration of the Univers.ity of
Maryland, his alma mnat-r.
Mr. J. Mizell. of Kins Ferry.
and Mr. D. Weimar, of thi, city.
are attending the Coni cdt rate re
union at Richmond, Va.. thii \~e-k.
Mr. J. E. Rowe and sons andll liis
sister, Mrs. Steward. who .it- .lnt llt
.winter with him. left vestt rday for
Canada,where Mr., Row. v.ill spend
a couple of months.
Mrs. Jordan Royvil, \who had
been visiting relatives htirt, lI 't for
her home in JackisonvilLv y'ter-
day, accomnlpanied b1) ir 'i (:tii!.
Miss Daisy Hayes. \\h. viil ijv-nd,
a month ill the metro t .T


9 E


Are "Just
as Easy!"

And they have
the style, shape
and poise which
never wear out.


bThepatest "Urfit"*helds
Ihe foet and the shoe
together, prevented heel
slipping, uppers writ-
kilag-and maeas the
moot of the evenly good
" leather" from which
they are made. .
LOOk them over cares
ftly, inside and outside.
TeY can see the differed
-FC R S.c- BY --
Moin Mercantile Company.
FERNANDINA FLA.


Have Your


Roofs Painted.


Address,
"PAINTER"


City.


Dr. E. H. Armstrong
%We ad ferry o C-.aae pecialia.


Molasses fitted by our exclusive
methods insure results never be-
fore attained. Our Neurological
Treatment for Eye. Nervous and
Chronic.Diseases is marvelous in
ra- --**- rn c,:.- &+..-- r4r: tana&r


FOR

EVERYBODY.
Our latest scientific models and
fashion styles in Footwear are the
recognized leaders and standards
in form. quality and workmanship.
!t is conceded by everyone that
the e are no Shoes ecual to ours.
And they are unequalled in low-
ness of price as well as .unequalled
in the greatness of their combined
superiority.
Ieston avcril t 7ikeel~ for 3adie.
(anms. Urfil Jkoe. for adi:f .
Xana 'Orfit ,kce* for tMen.
Queen Qualitq Jkeles for ladiem.
Union Mercantile Co.
titce Relating'to Nomuinations f, -
C:n.ldidatls for Sul)-Schlool lIi-
tric! Trustet.s.
.,, .' i t.. h r r li. ti. n l|l | hii n iir 'i ;'',
ii 11. !** .- ;;.' il i : ;!: ,* .! m 1 I
; i -" *I.A--.; wi th nT s. T r* .;.ry '.1 ?l .*,:!',,
', ,*!1i Ih m-,;lti, "n* V ,-.; h. c'tlli; ;i I~i,>''' *
:. :l : ; ii.i.'- -'l il ,","]| il..;t"- ir"\ i,. |':i.
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Notice.

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Tallaha-'ssc':. Nov. 12. 0'2.
'V'le followlIn .7 Is 1t1' 1:~st ofrT"-"
L c:~ obe. usl'mi as t:,,? b&,";o0

,son".rd er r;


Excursion to Brunswick, Ga.


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5.


The Confederate Veterans of Nassau Camp, No.
104, have chartered


The


H-ildeffard~e


For an excursion to *r:iiswick, Ga.
the round t,-p I1.00, Children
under 12 years 50c.


Fair for


Ice Cream, Cake, Sherberts and other refresh-


ments will be served on board, The
will leave Cen:re street dock at 7 a. m.


steamer


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here is


Depositing it in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.


Then it Works FOR YOU Every Day in the


Year. Interest Four


Those. A H i. G. L. Baltzell and
(c i C.;. .. Committee.


lIn Court. o

T.ai dc lit"A



Ohl" It.,
'AI I A I'

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:. Co New Yorr'.



can' Pool.: Co.. A -.""" 'A
will aI.0 S -ve:-. '
C o '*.* "*o: -, ,..'., ^i ,e mr, ;'t;'s .
., '- "it .I A
'can Book Co.. A,,.b .,tia. .', :e of ',
An :;.r.ETi,. n i e "S S ..n.i t:-d dayv ).iy,
('35c) American Book Co.. Atlant'i. 11 yd.
E'VcLISH G ;. M A ; MeotCAli .a
(GOc) American "ook Co.
U. S. H-rc,:'v Field's G',n- C;gi-
mar School $1' American 3oock t,'
Co.
FLOR:nDA Hi ro4,- Brevard i, ..
Benn tt's COc A;: ir .m nrk
Co. and Fairba:iks H. & \". B. '-
Drew Co. I;
GEOcrAfn, Red,.vay's N u "'ra
'Advanced. k S 1.25 A,,eric .i o.
o..,c. P,,Cn, 5 ,.an's
ientlI Of. 90c The [' ;,, 01
Co.. Atlanta.
C!L GCov ;,V.:.r Y c c') "
Civil Govcrnrnnt cf F"' t! ind
thC U:..tcd Statl. <35) C.
P< inter Co.. D L ..i. ..
ALC *:' --'. :' Highn S; c
(15 i) An-erican Bo.k Co.
P 'yS.CAL G.-:- ."; T r' s
New. ("31 The ivicMi!! Iv Co.
Aul.annl. I
T o Y ,n .',:,.TIC FD- 1-Irst
Gride Gertificates Pl':c ical
Principles of .u, catlor by H:r
Parts I and !1 for June. iil a i.-i 1
for Seotember. S1i.60, The Mc
'Mi!an, On.. Atlanta. Ga.
t ForSecond ar.n ThidGra.dc Cer-
tificates Tompkin's .h..sphy
of Teaching. c in & Co *
Atlanta.
Tnese bco,- :ra -a hid of most
bockdea'e-'s ,: thk. Stl. or from
the pub s-'or. 'y .v m..;. postpaid.
,on receipt o. ;-,:",
I V'. M. HCLLOWAVY.
i State Supt. PubVic Instruction.
ALL THE RAGE
Wm. H. Brown & Bros. New Per-
fume. POCAHONTAS. Buy it
today and be fashionat:e.
For Sale by
GALPH:N s P.AR.mACY.
Fernandina- Fla.
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eIci. mv iaS ~Sk TSt.. Pat4 ur o. to


I the County Jiuidc. E iT I='" T E A
iorih:l, ..is u.. C county.
x'"'",, ..**.* An East Indian Herb highly valued
.-.,. :iiie..-. n, by the Natives of the country !
I t It i'1-ikll-. ,or lie it l W here it W
Si r lit s here it grows.
%" ".. i" a""SEN-TEA
ti ". ;l--' l \>." li .\. i i.rh i<,
.:' ." : ..ii' ,' i --:h ..,- A:ts as a Mild Painless Purgative,
,i r. i:. ".i .i'.fll, cleanses the system. regulates
i:. -. !ii K it'- towels. It is alike beneficial
Adzini ki !irw qtr.
to chi!d and adult.
NOTICE A 95c cent package contains
i .15 cures. It is absolutely harm-
;. n.i,, ,I i.. less, positively beneficial.
1itl 'il l.'!nriili. l<" I'illllir'lrl'*
-i. ;1 1 :;1 lir .'ti'ii i. SEN-TEA CO.
a1.. "i f .'< i! 1i4. w ill i1 if Io
i..'<) i.rm V-.'in. ti will r ir*
n, ,,,..i.""i,,,,^f.i.v.".; ,,,,,,.2228 Broadway,
')t.i .i i 1 sI,,ir !ir,.t:ii-(., r,-
fr :a. i.;::ft ,.r ,.; ,-,., New York.
-),'ti!i' h ll l it il i 1l 'i-8
I'" i". 2i ti : I hl n l itV. I l1 .1i |*"
I! Il l :l~i n^ ;,i1 Iiili,' [Appendicitis
:.,, it, b. ....,i ,,iin (1e in a hlirgme measure to abu.Ose
.:'<. ..t;iv,. of the lowtl I, lv employing drastic
*"""- M' "' purgativess To avoid a'l danger, ,
i1 se only l)r. King's New I,ife
.T Kydd's .Great ills, tthe safe, ogntle cleansers and
.ire l invigorators. (uarintecd to cure
iIi te GoodS Mon heiadatche, biliousness, malaria and
25c values for : jaundice. At J. George Suhrer's
drug store. 25c.


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IF YOU EARN MONEY, SAVE IT,


no Better Way to Save it Than by


Per Cent. per


Apuinqi,


Credited Quarterly. .


Yke Yirst 5atioal Sad of em


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