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VOLUME 2. FERNANDINA. FLORIpA, FrIAY, MARCH 13,1908. NUMBER 11.
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am Fhhh I
A lie whi ocmcrred about
: 'bmay miming, m. Sathi
ear the nbelald ho
dale wa Ave hame. ad a bured to
Sa oiswl mak, his wife sad
At thimeor th lAr there was a
WNeg mewthw t wSeW blowtag, nd
the iuilng t g fram were WSaos
wept away. I ne housAe where
the ar orignmaed there were deenp
d ea San, hb wife and two ehil-
da1, who fMied to awaken until
ammiplu-'y serromded by the *anse,
aed t hen, i their frantic endeavor to
eaPe were overome by the heat,
and the woana s ad two children per-
laed mear the dthar. It serms that
the ass never awke and was p.1d
4 hi, bed threoulh a window by
pArtiftes who amnwered the alarm of
I-e. Hewas horribly burned about
theee sad hads, I t iHvd eMil
t hleM g -amimas.
It ienv0ati that the people who
Wm- obmed tweawm rsb hoere
# ~A r -m iONi ab he learned
OM a 1 antheof. their mned
te eeoe tm o a e was beyoa
on pend o h of a dpepame
smi adheaco euald:sthmo dew k
Sa e. L Fle eOseNS we or d
tei, Ith ema n i wa n mas
-nnnnt n on **f*A a*NO W
now Pawnm, ;a t arm Dear:
W adi smuthtr teo a mUSMeod
We faied to lears as the ser
egm bteit it believeI Oe e fwas
4em te of the praope y.
Lrer.-Tl te at vo th alt
SOu with slight thine. 01 uae''l.
lb OdMuda v h
qpen. Cu loi linda mritateld
tkf. erection of a v5 y W- -
ilence on the pFUarty tehe aem
haton*. Thes heta have bhesen
cred the muat igliale ate eln
for the mh hhld.
IlL L &.
At aUNI ON demem6a00 6
the Names ~ ai S .
ste Veteranm, theM aSgMadY h
following olasi n r5d r th
Commander, L. IgLEW
First ULIegm t, O Lrlw
Adjutant, W. H. L UL
At the saso me"ti Mng J. C
Sfy'the and C. C. Mo "0e sld
tf w4 repre Uatm e f ChwU'
the reuniontohe bfab
Itim next May.
sawev days od the Emi coat.
UpONtheir Mretmr they vlgooa
amt *ho .pNg.as it wea stUB
whe evt b isn it saiemu so
S T e bride is the young daugh
o Of Mr. ad M M. J. JL reunmt a
e pioemilamt and wealthy family hem
* at by he afatble natre sadswe
l a wMon the higher
tem aed warmest friendship 0a tM
who k w h er.
The pom hbas been a realdnt
F. pnda a Dfr the peat two yeamn
I- blidgthe mager of Strachas & Ca.
Rt phoaphateand naval storms lpW
r- hsm IaSl a capable as hbMufi
yo bil- ma. The copi
th &"be&... -Z.L
mr m ummum ac
A Letter reeved by Dr. J. I.
Hoftey fum Mr. W. E Page, .o-
a"er of be.(r ie etaite, teil of
the tiof the body of a man n
Mth I. LThe htewmrltgmpart Woo
made by Mr. Page to the Cuman"
^On MOMh ISh Malor a wme -
Julaud, Ge. asW tnew al.mwunses o
ofa whie e wesin twee aSd
brody years s atbhuma i4*INhe&
Mil, o aa medemV wight, with thick
hair ofl reigh hIewr eaero. The
body was greatly igaude m id the
lire mtdilaed ad AdeantaAd.w
Death mut have occurred at lest
eight ortm days before absve date.
The body was elad inacheapgreyl
white uerelt ottg, coao shirt,
troesers sad vet of dark miled pat.
arm, not matched, sad teed black
shoes with sainle asola. A belt of
-opemir webbing woe around the
walt. TMhe oy artiles Ia the pock-
ets were a brier pipm with curved
yw o aa- bm" of e"
ately ltr Jemh mam the
te einm Iu. mm burst.
W. M. PAGE, MAgnaer."
A petty n wMddng wNas that
of M&. Jaseph Whitsett ad Mb K
eth Prseaet, which oeered at the
home of the hrieifs parents, Mr. anm
Mr. J. L. Preeaott, at their beanld
U ineMdem as North Sixth stMmt,
Wednesday Aernoom at 3 fcelock.
Rev. E. W. Way of the Priiyter
cahuel mAoedm enlug the ring sir-
S1he parlor where the cerenmy
was hel was beautifaly decorated
with tim, cut lowers sad potted
At the appolated time to the
al.s ofr the wedding march played
by Mu. D.O. Hamphreya the bride's
meander entered aecompaapaed by her
,s ctkaowe, fowed by the bride
r Next lted the groom with hi.
A na, Mr. Maia, who wa beiat
m amss, flowed by the maid of honor,
M- PFaunae Burns, of Clarksvile,
Aaer the wedding an imurine re
Semptiea we held fr half as heur.
epat, where Mr. ar Mrs. WhMiiK
tak the 4 o'clock traln for atripo(
of getaig emplbsyaent on a
farm. t mes ofsupport wbw
his own farm iks beig made ped
t&e. Now, this nG up heore
or the ezpum tal farmi .hl
of AM dmm- ) ft was
weN i-dut nar thm s cdy. V
udmo b W0t Mr. DMbah,
-. s Th she
agate Iao t ha a a M
fam l fhr the ~p e mf
about teSn aeres aO0ood 1t
eity, mad that Mr. Bak, or m
otker reliable muhe paedto
vate mal deaip0 the *t
neo It 10 Shk tomd
mNaN hundred per eaM
of the town.
Mamhauts mad other
diem, tb hoMl of this
Sr.a it w i gw I*
e Wt, m P
the bm YOU LW
We from iailkesi
I P an.d those who
a rule, Kperimaut
l causes in thBeir
MamDeF Matte an
r Way, Edm m
Wae O AdaNW Hlrth
BaleO, I Peary
ptMad* OX Jo
g Male"s Department:
E abeth CumXi
_al- ..-letd3AM LUnk .
tb teovena ee is hiding, the
veel was Jnt one week to the day.
The Restock lft port carrylag
1,lon tor f of m.haRINI.,N 1,oIW
Nas Or m rval ns and tn ssm
,f tphaet. ash paldsW over thi
hr wiea aUe a ar goo l tie She
carried irobam the largest eago
an i leand tit am -in
is the upewhdie ofthis 6 t
brig them r a to
6emttd with a geuoateuany crew
we wih her and her Umu na
adm stomoN traveliag to the uaraey'
Meian &M Co. are to be coagrat
l ated spa their good judgemaet i1
* ecar.g timeervle o tht o oex Ih
R-wl i, and the a nser in whieb th
a M wasM placd in so short time
S Mr. B. BchandesoWO, of Nari
enlmd a km m of mere than 5,M
S atrdagy a 0ght abut midtniht l
the dmtrntio by te of his la
Mw iael, lIteding a p1iolong mi
ad dry k Ie, aud it was only b
nmmieng ftameot out of l lfor
thant his housed hunber yads we
ast direysed. There was no w eu
Sfr fghtin. the e, sod .ee.mri
it was owed to rm its coamme, be
SeekIy, the wind was blowing
each a direetod as to drive t
Same oem the rlia4eme, Sad a
yards where the gre t partmoft
lauber was toned, which dherwl
woauald have h km a duk .
i Mr. Bfiamws wm taed lMa
S that owing to the extreme high a
Sthe rtiek, and therefore had so now
ame whatever wpon the proper
He pleae the loss at abilt 22,000.
t In gapams to expreeo of byt
patby over his great loa Mr. Ric
ant oNaaid Iwas only oe of tb
S misfotms to which mnisB isa
WiS iasa sir mam
MIITM MFB A JM- 'Ml WIAT
ara mmW wTfl um b
M*IM-r0 KM -.
A.xguig toAlMew the lul take The big Germ.s mi hpq Wmp
1. The Reeonas ariele an ttalesin ka g lef t W .any mo-NIu
and Waot-pwing tois hhli, am*pYkh a er4buea.g easo of
Stoodl A. SWM has ee dve A&al jam sad phs.pss haiei by
other oist tNe sse of '%*s~gi W g iam J. G. Me.-
Wed ladie, wrillsn hy Mr. wl i c, a
aC. Blaskta whi h wrAN the tBoeoki m offte
that, in the apseylof ipeMdts A jS..II line, sad her trip
eat, he has bees engaged or th to i iis eo ry b out of her odnlary
years the gaRinfg and mettle se a w oti nally chartered
of@ waspe tes. W 0eS fe s orFeorinsdiuia-Savannah, but ow-
eolom0ts, who have settled a*er*r lt o her great draft, and the ad-
Kikey, the town from whieh li v1aip of Fernandioa's deep water
writes. ~or Savanaah she was aent to Sa-
Although donlg well there, 'a vab fnt, where ahe loaded 1,900
family "RaOmot them eior AM to o.f maseellaneoum cargo with
lean privUilege," while he does w .ld she arrived in Fernmandina 0on
wish ever to live ln the NorWth a i y la of ht week, drawiag 19
elimat again; heme his ides is8o o and 9 inches. The Savaamah
eomnprmiase n Fernaodms, sal W- erg wa loaded s top aud mid-
ter spaO the eultivathmn of v0eta118 1 Aip wdhiih made the loaduig here
sad hblt as a market gardener. very la ouvemleut, having to be
As his meas are limital, eq W inaded i the hold around the Sat
ever, he asks if there is a poailbMl part Eo the cargo. Nutwithatandlig
daed by Rev. Father WB.ima, t truly, E V. VPRICE & .,,
st. MkhMal's cha-, at 10 o'clock,
Wediaday,and the burial was i m
tha Maqe elo eimmhnr. --
The pal bearers asIfol: he f tdtmtgtha
Mamm W. B. C. IDryLa, LUI dlt o a k a.y of ot
ma, A. P. Murphy, L (o. Gmnur, a do Maend a
Sthe BMWarPriname Pat
P. B. atLy sad J. F. M rk. e ,arl. d
4-ow rmceum w sas d,
The mrstn of- the New Zion oa exeoMb,
Bapimabt chuh, eor eM m __the opisoneof dANy wWe,--
COatre tiei, will be laid Bunday, et 1wo won pretty, the
Mach 2, at 8 p. i., mal we ak our ambwo ea the e1t@e.-4 eleat
Miudsd, both white ad colored, th sm =ho geod. MThe play w
be piMa. A liberal donation is the advBtU reof ifa Di voo and
eAd froemach ome to enable as to his t bid Of robb.wh, After the
The b North American f tie b
progrenti with Its work of deepen-
in theupper part of the harbor to
the mldactioun of thee engagled in
the work.L The dredge began opera-
tims ia the extreme aamh end f the
harbor, awl has worked i.6 way
northwtad to a eumaIklera diame
bdow the HIm ducks. At sjuew-
tae pipe med for wavey ag the
dirt Ihoe gave at, ad while
awaiting the arrival of more pipe the
dedge has trned back toward the
startig pLst. The wlbh of the
l eat was li feet, aad it was the
latemilom of the dredging company to
make three ats of abut 1N feet in
width from the starting plot to the
teralans of the work, uit, as stated
aove a lack of pipe lIterfered with
the original plan, and the dredge is
now working back to the starting
The Dredge Camberland, at work
oa the bar, is id to be doing ezeei-
lest work, and Wm probably finish
there muc asoomer than it will take
the North American dredge to com-
plat the work it s to do.
Os l" T iaday, March .10 shot
11 oPlock a. m. death viiatod wu
imd m s m our M
,e mam".ea a" mand
Ir he viJ. i Mb&. Am Ledy,
who, alter a loan U', e oambew d to
toe wae da e am hueat aell M i
i peitby a thatgea bew.
pes age. She was the motherof
Mm. J. J. Kely, with whom abe
had Olved W several years, sa at
whose hoAe she died. Her mIrviv.
leg elativea b eideA Mra,.Key are
SMrs. Charlotte Power, of aths ety, a
R water amd several ies and aephews
Sto Norther States.
S For many yeas MsM. lAdy wa
Sproprietreom of the Floridat Hoau
sad in this way wa not emaly kaow
Sby the people of Ferandina andi
SNaman cooatyl bt e Ml f s a!eovi
a, ,m- mas thnouhalt Florid.a
e shewan aiu owner of the Florid
Home property at the time of he
Mrd Leddy wa seventy years c
thau the average persums *f her ag|
b but abostt that tmeh he health begm
to ftil, and during the last ai
e wmueantM death believed herof Iih
ag inrneg lem T-jdh*y.
Ctholle esueb, ami died fortifAed b
re the faith sad doctrinlueof that chard
The huasral service. were o
ISi Sn AK.
Britsh mS hip Oilgard, ,Cap
ato. HaIde arrWivd- Weduyemb
fom eBartiweK Md leading phlo
phate, aeE., f r M .n mrchae & o,
tharmst w.atIee A.nb Deesm,
fur New York. ahe is k migsi t
J. & Hill
Braith mteamwiap Eastry, CaptalI
Puekey, arrived yemi day romn No
York, and tadingt phtuphata. tfh
is comnigned to Mamra. tkrMahan
SPcAinamr Wm. H. Summer, a
lain tusal, arrived from New Yrk
yesenlay, mad was towed up IQ
Oralaaito ld ear"o Yellow Pin
itehmmr Heary Weiler, CeptaiS
LaBlum, ailed yesterday Sw New
York with cargo of Ylsow Piin
Lamber, saMufting of 313,0W fed
Himh Lmaber O. the shippers.
British shoomr Advance %Wt
yesterday for Htava.
Britibh ehaoMi Evalnw, Captl a
cgmes., alWed l aading Wedn"iday,
aMd Is waiuag Os crw. She i
bond r Havana.
The Uers s Membip Mato4 ,
kpka3 Param%, %ailed fAw Hamburga
via NSrfulk Wedneulay.
oNoregianlu Oift"nhip Otta wt
a -iv e f p m J c k aete a
HDdgiss 2 a -eip Isbs, Oain
Th Tiriar, sed i u HHall, Nwr 4
s ithis plt.
e Britih ~teamship Clivegrove
chartered lor general eargu.
i Brithi alhaunlp ..-"lhd i
L. JLam Co., LI wt W eOW.
The lowin leter ftemA Ed. Vi
i shape or the liniaup have nut gltvm
Satasfactory wear, we rvque u
a frot ea.ietat ry by e~j t
St a new fast or making a m tt
Sand if the ais have out ives t
L* Isfactory service we wiu be plimA
e- to refte fae. of charge. y,, -
uo A ymoil n d ?w Sam Wq1
"gob 1w can attack a wumlIat..
vt.: 609 d Uuiwomb. With thi'-.
GUMineraly, ames gqular and rov .
Pwbft k06oft raims, backacL..
0 Wil t fkng~m.et. Thecr..
ta" woaiem b, native, ve;:ctaW X
bact, which esertl ,.i"zha maryo.,.:S,
Ureuathemag hraem W.) oSaNfe;....' e
'ri Carcl reiwevc tp!a e,:4A
tt~ala citer,-n-v. .it is a 5.
andpeaneaAtcwt fewall ftw is
At all drujgMs mal delkct% 1-.151 ...*
"I b15V355i1 VALW;t.L A!N
In MY 8ouband ov:. '-- sJ
N. "alB &.*e ny. of ierGrow. ,Mo.,
6 ah~o In my ti;;.t Aaia k-tt aa2.,, ud
it is tLe best .:a
To Brew the
ti r*. r uasut first hui'r,
"*' perfect Jfalt,for
malt is the soul of the beer.
Four-day malt cannot make
irf t' .'.. such as
causee four-day ialt is
forced and uniaturlprocessI
and beer made from f -
doj *wU o4k0 the nutri-
tiWs Iqu e mebts which
st u ih Pat eir.
Pabst eeuxdmie ht-day
miat, the CA4ieceat hops.-e
AVt w we a9 e meet af the
Has an the good feataI og eseuos
m ,,xels and a new ficftlims escape-
L uent that suits the i squIete of
i operator and doi Sot 1-5d1
change of adjustment fr speed W
regular work, with =may Otherm
improvements and featus that
please the operator and owner alib
In producing more and bettr work.
You ought to use a
It is simple, easy to u .mtad sad
Perte. light running, a p uaU
n,-ifolder; makes but WI a
does nice clear-cut works t. e d to
&Ction never tires; there mr 3I
?Tds or bearings to eoe
the hands. or spoi the wkr..
The e, 1
less" carriage. E=y 2* bobm
typewriterr is hamdJog, te1d be
ick and gold, is da*lae flV
sold for cash or on pap.
at po pay.
iMs e and
mEbmummmmu~ %- -
It happened on a crowded Broad-
way car. Two portly gentlemen
were occupying a large amount of
space.Ii there," said the con-
ductor;. "shove up and give this
icre lady a chance."
The .en grudgingly uncovered
some four inches of seat, and "this
here lady" balanced herself eau-
tiously on the edge. Sa .was a lit-
tle slip of a schboolgirl, but even she
couldn't he cmfWortable Oa four
inchesof car seat Th M m w
no itnvruu of ytek1g1 further.
The schoolgirl waited till a mas-
sive scrub lady, nil and all, entered
the ear. She quickly rose and offer-
'ed her seat. Te original offenders
were lost to view, buried under 250
pounds of scrub lady. Then the
schoolgirl lashed. Revr revenge was
complete.--ew York Sun.
hp Ierl's Fm...
Tt was not a very cheerful memo-
randum, and the shopgirl's look was
rot very cheerful either as on pay
night she brought it hoine to her
mother. It was a memorandum of
..e fines that had taken a good slice
out of heir wages, and it ran:
"Standing on chair, 10 cents-
leaving '!e than one %ard on rib-
bon roll, 10 cent.; permitting pa-
tron to depart unserved, 25 cents;
lateness, 5 cents; gum chewing, 10
c; i.L; error in addition. 5 cents;
writing indistinct duplicate, 10
cents; error in address, 10 cents;
total, 85 cents."
"There are 100 rules posted up
in our little shop," said the girl bit-
terly, "and an infraction of any one
of them is finable."-Chicago In-
L-O and eSsg Dadys.
At London and Bremen the lon-
gest day has sixteen ad one-half
bhe. At Stockholm it is eighteen
aad one-bhalf hours in length. At
ambrg and Deati the longest
day has seveteen hors. At St.
Pt%-berg and ToboIk, Siberia,
the les t day is nineteen heo
aad the shortest ive hos. At
'T'esrasa, Fiad, Jane 21 brings a
day neatly twWtytw hears long
sad Dec. le ss than three
hour ia lagth. At Wardbr,
norway, the longest day lasts fmi,
Mky st J ly2 2Witut imt.
O1 SW q ay Be.the
a i Owtande of ad. s W
na w..tMd t.e M,
-oa be gity eta 'utlaat
the Tra pt the MWatre.b
-imnat of 1OmeW." Worse til]
is MDivrYf W Gaping Q
Wbweib b gland Is i t Be
Swagloe by Aaother Frnm* Mar
riage," for which Stubbes, the au
~ ~ l -__ *-A ;- -* L -_l M
RESJ YOUR RAZOR.
Try Sharpmeing It After and Not Be-
fore tcu Snave.
A ian o wao ..i.;wiiig hiw- !ie v
set of ivory handt.-el razors 0 -!*,')
friends the other day expLi '*lI ",
them the shaving )lei wich i.t
has jperfected for lii,. *w- -ise.
S I'm an old do:', ;rd I learn few
new tricks." said he. "Using a
safety razor is one of the manv
modern aconplih.h.nt, which I
cannot boast. I stick to the old
fashioned implement an( have ac-
cumulated sme very fine speci-
mens of the same.
"Theme ivory handled ones I
bo t in England, and as I re-
gard them a the choicest ones I
have. I use them only on Sundays
sad holidays. No. I." he pointed
to a mark on one handle, "I use on
the second and the fourth Sunday
and on Rhliday. No. 2 1 o n m the
first. the third and the fifth Sun-
"That give them about the same
amount of use Mand allows them the
re.t which they mee. I always give
my razors rest.
"It isn't the act of shaving which
is m, hard on them. It is the sharp-
euniug, espemly as the averme
man's method of stropping is posi-
tively brutal maltreatment of a de-
fenseless and delicate victim.
"Even the most careful sharpen-
ing tea.,e. a razor blade in a very
s.sweeptible and precarious condi-
tion. For that reason I never sharp-
en my razor just before I share.
On the contrary, I sharpen it when
I have finished. Then I put it care-
fully in its case, and it has a chance
to rest and to regain its temper be-
fore I use it.
"You strop a razor vigorously
and the friction produces heat in
the blade. This very materially af-
fects the exceedingly thin edge, so
Ihat the crystallization breaks
down when you begin to shave. Let
your blade cool off. become set and
cold, and you will find your morn-
ing's shave a much easier and calm-
er performance." Washington
7:55IL m........... ...................... ......... Ynlee, for North~
4!11:25 a m. Frmts .. Jqwkssnvilk andiml Modwin. No.11. ,m4 oi udo,4
4' 7.340 p. m..............................Frfm. te .ll rkmjoilhe amnd Kwui. .
p.Lr P e ............. Fnmei JawklwainviII.. North. Smsils:usmdWetio.
*~ *** .** *** ** .** ** jj*I- iA, ti t1L1
W 5 Kblmsey &l -
ie eMifler with Rheumatslm. Peno L
druggts In this neighbor- all good people who are
they can supply the gre- hl to the lmdor a blessing of
dil hich are easily mixed at ki 2 Ce, r
hob e. Is said to be mb better a k send me ens, or
ng agent or system tonic If your grateful heart dictates,
known, ltaly none more f the church chimes, to be put In
harmless or sin se. Philip's church, Durbham N.;C.
The a n getting them up as a thank
Tobacco isn't the oy ag, and the Lord will b es you.
chewed said the cigar store mt I _. ... .
"I wis it was. In the far by the ch rchmen and
they chew the betel. The% wrap of State. Perpetuate your
nut in a bit of leaf, and for -saoni in the bells. Addresn, J. A.
ing they add a little liie. It's a 1 ,,. ,^. ,
tart tasting chew, not l.:a.1 and it non, Daily Hmun O lice, Durham,
hlas, like tobacco, a sootl'ii effect. C.
Coffe expert d and dealern.lew cof-e f
n te and .e ong A. .Si .tyS ,S.--1, I count on
Very exhilarating, botli h. -hews, but r sup,,rAtifg l ? rractical y I on
ruinous to the nerves ald digestion. ,at deienis. ""ing man. A" y.
Jockeys and trainers chew oats, hay, ug to run fu. "face or do you want
straw-anthing hors. Hre f marry my daughter?-Philadelphia
makes a cheap and "harless chew.
In the spice trade the. hands often
get the habit of chewing ginger o .t o r t oi plai
cinnamon or a clove, but spices ar your chet pains and you a.e
bad for the teeth. SeaU treses ilWe to sleep because of a cough.
chew bits of thread, and athletes a bottle of Ballard's Horehound
chew gumi." Ip, sad you won't have any
V ste vry. Gt a bottle now and that
The plant yielding the vegetab lld long. A cre for
ivory is known t oa a Ph'y pbo l. diseases. Mr. J---
telephas macrocarpa It isa u s Te, eswrites: "I c t
of South America, found r n r lnay r Bars Hore.
along the Magdalen& river, ia lSyr p. Te relief It has given
lombi It is a stemless, t a that to ~eary for ie to
plant, the top of which s
with from twelve to twenty vey J. 1. Miller. M. D.
long leaves. The fruit consists of b ,
conlomeated head in sr, or witB I~nes of the Hour.
Iseeias, -the whole being ind -aosed dpu
a Woody coveriRg, forming alta frr make tthfti ring wi
er globe s large as m a's j laiprt.att .hi.. el tou
A dgle pint sometime i b ma t. ge at t-a le. r ..i b -, -
; or 4"ght ofthe, heads,l bh ~l.w ~ tWo ra r tllI ,i,1k. ew
iag fued twenty i tC ab.t amae u.it, Lrai d rot i1-
~t aa il A OWy t Bhabitnuti of tbh iele
1 milMe n, W W f they are many Io nu
wati) it W leadBi trtato frter all. they are otbe
s fo1r l m e ne'sriveled. mew:er. bop
agsu losad a troublesome i
I t .-di mamd Burke"
S.Well," stl d h's motlw athe Revoluto I
.U. child arrived -bomtilh" w-
I PON* "M "herea. a -*s6 --. .
Iy e.,ema m ma." I me% T ubi H .m W ase Hof .- .
"Andes, thi you, ~aa Gemman merehant's wife con
"Anddid ys h a a to a friend recently:
| des, mamma n .-my husband were not so al
S "And did you have ame i The other day whe
i "Yes, mam at h A stdining at a restaurant th
- ho Y Edith, th You brought him some bad fi"
. yourself like a little Y all ofa sudden Fritz threw t
2 ft ftt --.. m MM ,w K h om--d id Y m IN F ritz t .h. rew... I ,
.. NEW POSTAL LAWS. *1 L
oj p< is not an advertiselmIbt. It is 11merely Xiven a conkspicuou 1Ul
I place in order that all whi real may remnwtHer. It is to inform i
Every reader of The Rtecrdal tt the new postal law, which went ..
into effect on the firt4 day of ,, ,,,t moah, ,,,ak. ,it( e, niory that ,
all newspaper sulmeripiotu ,mi, paid in advance before uch .
paper can be sent through thl tmail. That is, no laper (an be sent I
to a siteriber who is in arrmw onle s-uch leper bears a one-cent
stan.p, and that praelically ext ,lue it from the males, as no news- i& /on -:.(
3 paper emod stand -lMh lat rates a one cent for each paper S etled S t t d,
with6t a great Iacreaw t m ri of mberiptions. To avoid this
increase in the price of sub options The Record, like all other pa- A skillful blend-
pers, most, within shnOt ti. ngllowed by law, get its asbeeription
list paid Inadvanceor d Uthliat n s levey iber who iin g of good tobacco
arrear. We thr ere ev ey s riber to The Record to look Wif f radace a delg3ptfxal i kk'f
at the label on the paper and taetprmtly h he premises. This we i ke. Our long eperimee i
believe ouar mslerlben will do ind there nt mbe the paper to con t cg gs
tinue its efts ni the upbldMing of every village in Nassau conty, t 0 ar busesshas gie as
and the adva t of riour int genewray. the knowledge necessary to obtain the
For the heuit of th ne whv rim ft not understand this new rnl- deIired results
ng we would state that the diseg e of a subscription as a re- res ts.
t ft of this law does not interfere w the cohlectionof present ar- 3 / are s H-ackleirry Cigars
red i l tplesfte ywoe ; they are "just ripe'
__,..L .,. ROr MrERS co., Maks
]MCIPM MIXED OflU. W Hundred Dollars for One
Druists Hear Much Praise fo This Word. ...
Simple Home-Made Mixtare. This is what the Semi-Weekly
Someremarkable storiesare hing Journal propims to give. Send in4 *t'* **-*'#Trr9t' Y49 9i**.*
told aliut town and among the tcoaw-,kmliing word and take the prize. ': .. .. .
try pteole coming in of this shil ithu'rip to .. eV | /\ f u Ae t
homne-made nlixture curing Rheuni t- .a.l '. .a, Em
,,,_With every yerly .Ju .riptjn al ,OI
tisam and Kidney trouble. Here i- the i W ly J nal you arei A LINE RAILW AY
the recipe and directions for takin: entitled to two trials at the mising AIR LINE RAILWAY
Mix by shaking well in a bottle onl- word. A sentence has been selected S'a --- FOR-r
half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelioi, from a well-known and'i"widely Savannah, Coalmbia Cat meen.
one ounce Compound Kurgon, thr. read work of 'fiction. From Southern Pines Raleigh, Pich-
ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilhl, h 1 -B
Takes a dose one tesponful aftrthis nte a word has been mond, Washington, Baltimore,
meals and at bedtime. dropped, leaving a gap. This word Philadelphia, New York.
No change may be made in your is English, and not a proper name, _e____ rd. a. Lt'd
usual diet, but drink plenty of gol and can be found in any ordinary TIEEM L ITTMINSDAILY: Expres
water. dictionary. Here is the sentence: Seaboa rd Mnii:.
This mixture, writes one authority e can'tet anything but Modern Pullman Equipment
in a leading Philadelphia newspaper, thdern Pullman Equipment
hasa peculiar tonic efect upon the now, S r. E vething else is gone* TE SKAA l OAl HAFIItIA LIM111-Al.: .-tel i .., .i
kidneys; cleansing the clogged u, What is the word? For full particu- Vesiliuleml train, St. Augutii. aild .Jact-.mi .Aville teo .. .i' a
pors of the eliminative times, fre- lars of the contest write the Semi- vi Ric.honl rawirin t ( r
ing the kidneys to sift aid strlin Weekly Journal, Atlanta, Ga. Sleeping :Carzs Stl.r*m, nie l < rv.il. I ('r. la. ,.. u .AIn
from the blood the uric acid and gustine 11:5, a. ni., and Jakesmville 12i P. | n d!:il. ii.'in,
other poisonous waste matter, over- Proved Correct. SundayiV
coming Rheumatamn, Bladder and "-Migles--There's more truth that. + fuornartiu ;e: .eler referzmnie..s. cd.. e. e.y
Urinary troubhs in a short while. p6etr in that old saw "Where their, + A t -t .IiI, __
A New York druggist, who has Is smoke there is fire." S. C. BOY LSTON,
bad hundreds of call for these in- Wiggles What do you knoi %. As.-tant .4I-ra I a.It'-*ger A"ent.
gredients aince the rat announce- aboLt it-? JsA N .l., L .A.
tated th t the pewaspin thee re i w +L O C A L t-S E A B O A R D S C H E D U L E .
tedtw l It the pisealo e wo ty em Uth d. I" U "* n WDeparture.'
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It_'1wel t___ 2 'T ipxgll ---0-- -. .-- m............ ak v,.tw, t.,,
W. Ludden, J. A. es. A. .
SCampbell, Jasper MI. Smith. II.
MontgomerV Smith-known toq
the Southern public for the past
35 years and connected with ino
other music house-
for anvoe, if yvu want ;
PIANO OR ORCAN
of the Best Make and Maiterial
that money can buy, write us or
see our local salesman, Mr. L.
KraMnicn & Bach, Kimball,
and many other make-s.
8 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
ENJOY THEM NOW
Th F nrs Ihiske ,
Cdhnd Dniims Gil ad Bichki.
Call for Them.
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SIO SuTHbscribers. THE RECORD GORILLA. WASTED PRECAUTIONS.
I IWe Er lr eIHt u4 tatelilent( 4f -
Samtauit t r n rt l n Ape That Measured Over Eight A Spell of Worry and Anxiety That
tO very umoncriber who i Feet From Fieutor F wFet For Nauut.
L dt in a rreaur for The IterenI all we It wa. .41r. kitchen who killed Fersuse was wending h.s uncert"-in
altb. ish wokld kindly ask every utmhwriier 1 e record gorilla whose stuffed way boomewad. sorely trooled In bhi
et*** ***lm who Meiv a reit proapt- .n is now to, iw seen in the lion. mind over the curtain leemrre be kn>w
0hit twoIWve, a h g.1o remtit prompt- W.alter toth~schild's museum at wa In store for him and .as. in;:sh-t
Sly, amsaendimg to the recent ruling Trinz. Hertfordshire, England. It tr some means o evading it. Stlt en-
& th, ly a tight IMea was evolved from idis
'3 of thep 5W 4tk,. dVpartnient w paper is vt!o%-t ,wi.;.tion the finest ltefrddled bran. He wonki slip i:tt-o
canlb iften through time assil. unle.. ounttel s:.inenh o: the big ape the hl-u an ret quietly into I-d
i h the wori. It was killed by Mr. witlhot awakening his wife.
il for i aMdlvnan, .excpt umM. i'a.chel.e lur.:i, a hunting trip Acrerdingly he- toe1 ntly upitalr&.
paper hear a one-cetil stamp, andi of the C(ameroons. He was stro'..- Aefully uindresied outside the dor
Cuinrve if it eulrel i a rent for ealt ne afternoon alone a little -iav 'n crept into bed. with his face to
i.. front his camp when a band of na- 'anl tle mfnsi gte
Du paper tl e sw.mper wiuld have io tives s suddenly confronted his. They lil mentally n ugratilated hi orne
" inee the buthewripltin price or-- su told him that a "big monkey" had "ipO his swcee thbs far am d went to
Ifme penld publcaitkion. The law Iluslt t"w ade its appearance in their neigh she awoke to the orning 11
t d ayed, n it is fr the twfit 4f borhonod, of which theywere afrai. dared not look at his wife. and after
r Mr. l'aschen subsequently set ou .g Menl for a few minutes and not
n aer btinrmber-to enamlie thno toto find "the monkey," accompanied hearing any B noe fr o her he Cn-
Sge the aper at the pre price-by some eighty natives. After about &hided she was sti asleep
-ast lweI "" fifteen minutes' walk they came to He then determined to aris very
e e pon a pm pt remit a dense and swampy thicket, whei iutetly. earry his clothe. oatslkd the
tame ofill aearagea and the pay- the natives maid the beast was hij- dawr. dre there and go d0owaw' to
11110 Of at 1ea1t Part of thme mierip. den. At last the aMimal ng d lfst. wteag waitia for M rean-
LUIM tine prim in advm covered hiding in a tree, so sit ueat:d U rs te "ervat irl downstalrI. be
that no one could get at it .as:
The daring hunter at once touk "Eliza. you can tell your mwstreW I
DR CARROLL H. FRINK out his bush knife and after col- expect to he very mr today and
o91T1sT. siderable traoble managed to :-* tbereforeo I dMt't r-y to ave tbrak-
seemsi a1i.oiin jes s wim-js& path to the foot of the tree. It; fat with her thih morlite."
ow cttM m curiosity arou ed, the gorilla looked "lawi. sair aid Ela. -Mlbt. wet
rUaamdown through the leaves, but at a-waY eteyrwtto her oath
1111 SIM ___that moment the hunter's gun ww ees and said abe wouldn't be back tilt
lli-lE heard, and the huge beast received this eve.a -Lldon Telgraph.
U etgagh an uglywound in the jaw. ltfel!
- s. head first out of its perch z N-e .UN E.
-.7. _. caught hold of the branches before "I have found out that there is no
it reached the bottom. But a se,- use to die of long troubleas ongas
ond shot, well directed, brought the you can get Dr. King's New Di %v-
R A N D onter to the ground at the very ery," says Mrs. J. P. White, "1
______ R O U T E feet of the slayer. It was not on v Rushboro, Pa. "I would not he
a giant, but a magnificent specini. alive today only for that wonderful
k and Florida Steamboat Co. of its class. The skin was beaut edie. It looe up a agi'
ful, and the teeth were perft,. quicker thananything ee, and cure-
AMER EMMELINE Tweve men carried it back to Ie u die even aternyth the case i
village-no easy task, as the m,n-ung disease eve after th cae
ina 1:30 p. m. (daily except Sunday) ster turned the scale at 500 pour,. P"nouonced hopele*." This m
vick o(:15 p. m., making close connec- The animal was then skinned. Thli, reliable remedy fwor oughs and colds,
Lk for aSvannah, Charleston, Augfusta and the bea.t'. bones were emba!ni- Is grippe, alistma, brocwhiti.s an
Sfast ed and sent to Europe. An acco t h orsene.'t is dsI under guarantee at
c a of the method pursued in th.. j. Geo. Suhrer's drug sitor. 50e.
dbany, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, mounting o: the gorilla will give a and $, 10. Trial b 4tle free.
orthwe-t. idea of the general system followi,-l
IIs Served on Bo t. I at this interesting eiablishinent.
Iis Served on Boa. On the receipt of the skin and The Need .f Cor.n-on : tnse.
informn:tion relative to rates, tickets, bones numerous measurements were ,.o theand n ur
apply to taken. Thena clay model was made A:-.' .1ani of a poiut Ue i.d
app to to guide the taxidermist in his task. ,,,,~ i,, ,' -,.: ,;-.
C.- A D ARI, Ag-nt, The skin was then cleaned and tan- .,.i .: r'. i.-i. Ie w .s .sy.v
ned, a process which occupied set- v.,: ro,-:. .l *.0i,. set.:. :iia lie
Fernandina, ia. eral weeks. The real labor in con- a,.l to hold it siner time v.ater a Irw
section with the mounting wasthat :, so that. It O nidst g et ,. n fni <,.tI-'i
.- involved in building a suitable *' fJlPeFr to hold it down I asLke4d
Framework, or nmnikin,c to receive w. he .d ad ot ill it with wanr
Stet o U n verstthe skin. To accomplish this l. : lI htill and said he dId
StetsoeUniversitya smkeTon m eand t think of It. And that bears out
wooden skeleton was made IlJ ,, t.ti at It tI uot btiniSse I'
UlS ANx eIVE TCECNICAL SwoC a Arnyml bolted to a stout platform. n:n i,,s. a., -!e-r as paint" that h e
BEAMLA PLA. dded with ezxelCaijan ( Dt-fr*: '""' *Itbe om:mnom sens<
with the University of Chicaago top chwaslid a tbi'l&.layer of coum..,ua :., U"-o U U .z.
of modeling clay. This latter was in Vry', wlgaz:ime.
IBKRAl. ARfr.-The 4ttLnmils are those ofthe a close copy of the real animal on a
, .S.ta,:'. gr ,ttalres reive their d.gres from both
,4. e se 'iicg, "d.,411, Sison e c.: igs. slightly smaller scale, to insure a Listen
A W. -lr.diaes ofthuis colleare ate admitted to pra. perfect fit of the skin. When the 'and remember the next time youe suf-
Us1 exlUislati.sMll skin was stretched and stitched on er fro ain-used by daaLP
rFK.eIi"violP A. AND 'HO.H. tor. M -CHASC the clay model the task was by no fr from pan-cu hd by dely
nIrsINlC s. -Ui.,ki,. in :l ..f itii!,r;aII.. ook. little bald places had to be covered ai.rts fnn ne ralgi--tly Iallard'.
h..I. sh.rtli.a.i a.,il Ty.ewriiti.g El,'-iv
,.1tmis. L.rg 44 alittay .1 4,,nl iie,.i,,ils buiiiilng. the body required a little coloring A prominent businwe-s nan of lHelsp-
SA'AII I;r.t.uA,.. irr I ,tHr. to render the whole harmonious, stead, Texas, writes: "I have used
. 4',.r el. Mi4 hi al1 ir- while the ears and great open your linimient. lPrevious to using it
,Io :i. ia. l.s-l Kis.I.rz c's..,, i,, its .wn mouth demanded considerable : ia- I was a great ufferer frmain Khemtna-
e,,r. i r,,. -s.i... ic. r,- ei-r..e- 'i... r1" nipulation to give the animal a iife- aiimn a, Neuralgia. I i, pleased
.. -A .1 .., ,.,e ,,i5 c.,r,.. .. ,rate like appearance. This huge beast, o y that W I a free from thee
Ay it.r..,,_ ii, .,ii., i..... or-,,y tit may hw stated, stands ive feet .... '
-,.w .s li',.l ,, ., .:t.. I. ...I.. tive inches high and measures over ait n sure owe this to
,iiy ,fn lr,' ... r t, se.i-. ri,.,r. r i, e...e i,,IhI- eight feet from finger to finger.- yourliniment."
r-i'v r I.. lI ,v.r d. t.a. ,,I ,,, I. .-s Scientific American. ," id by J. P. Miller, l. I).
l..re-at, dl I l ,- I 1 x:. l l ,: .' 1r.,. ,' ,.:z. '-"' Scien tici- A m erican.
ig- atid .tj i.es. ,mi; n.a'irlv ;: ,i,,a ,,r :,iii..,5 ,ldllar An Old Probleum.
l,,we,.l liilhr.ary ,,f ,'v er I.;,ca, ,,h .*. :4 : t it'ulit'l An old prol iem'Ithat c m eem ls l- *. r*I : : : ** **
' it'!ll-. 1l1 "!iia.,e ....- I. .i ~ ft *I i~ i *f ll
*"" i''"" '. '."" e; ;.'. "'" n ',, .... ,i most beyond l.ief is based on geo- a .
Al.!. -ini.i. a. ,-,.,:, i.. metric progression. It is related .. r .
laiagl r f n ICn :: c:,, iher that a certain king, pleased with :,,i ,,r s, :.. ,:tr Ti. jiiata itl:
lt,. r.i.> Mc .rii r t in .._ 1. ,. -,, 1''.- some service of one of his subj *cts, r,,- ,, 1.. -rim v hi h ahl o- i I.
;.. ir,- ,' i-h-.i.v,, -.i- *, s.. ',,.,,t told him that he would give luim ., its lile-c-::'i :t"sse .as a Irf.l is da- rh
r, nl.. -. :". -',- 'I rie.; whatever he asked for a reward. -! rnfr sm the v'lhathie lcercetitage or :;"r
t-ari:,a e;,.,i,,- rT, i ... ,,., ,* 1 "tl i The subject, a crafty man, told the i tarit- all which the It.rry counaaus.
i.-..., ....s. .. kiiig thnt he woi, be content withP rPnth Ii !lso l**s'**it 1i thp roni of
- r ii .. .. .. ...... ... .. .o ill| oltl r li
4ULLEY, Ph. D., Litt. D., LL D.
THE FLORIDA LUNC
EVERYTHING NEAT Al
We will appreolate your patronage. 1ve, u1 a trial and we will treat
RAL TICKETS WORTH $3.50 FOR $3.00
Lunches From Five Cent. Up.
so e*** s **me *c n
Mowm Io ps ai alEat n.m,.
F.. NW T~rk m 7 Sklvm. m- v
Sone grain of wheat for tlie tirst dieteti "I aar- i t.i" i i l---- ..
Square of the checkerboard, tw,, for dietetic au. ds iorial
i ihe second, four for the third and
so on till the sixty-four squares had Dangers of Pneumonia.
been covered. The king laughed A cold at this time it neglected is
I and told him to count out the liable to cause pneumonia which is
grains. Before the squares were o often fatal, and even when the i
half accounted for the king stopped Ipatient has recovered the lungs are
him and asked if he would be con- weakened, making them pecuiariy
tent with half of the kingdom in- ene makinghe Leulirly
d-useeptible to the development of!
stead, for he then maw what sort of Itnsepl$e to the devri.piiatt of.
bargain he had made. By continu- romsumption. Foley's Honey and
ing the multiplication till all the Tea will stop the cough, heal and
squares are accounted for it will be strethen the lungs and prevent
found that the total amount of the pneumonia. IA Grippe coughs yieldI
contract called for 44.000,000.000,- quickly to the wonderful curative
000 bushels of wheat Counting at qualities or Foley's lHoney and Tar.
the rate of 300 a minute would re- There is nothing else "just as good."
quire one man about 419,000 years So by all druggists.
to count the individual bWushels.
Hp "Here." said te dranatist. "we bave
The atual foundation of modern a bausnkd who loves his' wife and a
h8ote sgg8estion was discovered wit, who loves her husband "
by Liebeasut of Nancy, the famous -eWlrl
father of the therapetie applica- "How am I to construct a drama
tion of suggestion After several fro ac materialr"-Loulsvle Coo-
years of practical experience, in rtmemL
186; Liebeault wrote his first book
on the subject. It was shel ed, and Special A e.maet Regarding
he war called a lunatic. Hypnotism t llatmal Frm Food and
rem.:ned a curiosity, and Lie- Druag Law.
pe;ajult's book was not reproduced We are pleased to announce that
till six years after Charcot, in 1878, Foley's Hoeey and Tar for coughs,
I ... IM .. i .,lr ~ f hrnnotism. In l(a W moi... .....n..d not saffil'tle
J. P. Miler, .L D., ;nd All Druggists.
on ILL IT WILLCOST TN
to'Itfor em' big 1IF Bl ICY E (nas'i"o
ft4 16 111e of igh gradie
3W.W~o r uamanutimtum cr dealer in the world. I
ONOT DUTA DWUZE!t a:
oranAVit v&a m ug~ r: 1Y"jom hws eceiveOur CO ete ""
nlwa ilu~ istrating add -craiuaug evey kind of -hIgh. 4C.ald iuW-Sgrg4
tZcveles. old lretermt 4and Latesta I M odels.enearn of e'tirr-mark able LOW
uA*1...i .L w ~eu:-s pse iw. y
~"* q*PON fPIWO' L.. 4 cs4 S-:d e~ii. ray tio r*
'las FeeT&4.1mA fuke etherF6" temtr-n% whih
hoube inthe work a t dvVa Ivc;t il 'ta aeverytL~in,: a .1 get much vow
-' ~ ':rwriting sapotl.
Vk C n'1etl a ."O ...W- ---.'F-- at v ta and eCar -ffer an filla Dan
toy ~ peweV *S~i*t' ., (g mmo whosapply at once.
.514 "wavenoswa. A U E0 N L V
3.~ ~uSONIm Al i 4 ai sNosm~
-a a011 M aLE
ft -- his liely manm
ah"^' ofnrIs t ma
tr uinisuse yhe patent koft Weawa.im
mi tie m n ther fi tusmrommga Prfov.te" "egutdpeeow
V ndhem es whaou,.w are makam..emus th
verpair. kom 9W koEsmedy ete s s
a*myou" ea untr lrnre u paid o" alls (theg%
0-10INfeire- outhed umiMinniectso eay shs.TMe
'O -,*'Utwisf* co-Y t h
1 adon cyo nwil nd tatthyouwbum ride emicr.Soundfaieester, e farb trhs o,
~~~~~~~a whm ouwata il g u hs you oreft We want owi sn am =s
to beene, ende tinomt intentona = er. ad tk o
~~ everything im ft thebidesvlime are4). inj ='s thlw h
atOG peii~e it fyrdeylers antreyaar en. Wn itt lfor oTarb5nbYezatntaiotue
Memopv~ Ui 1 hugtawrsetetous a IpstalstSaf. DO in a bTH Ak oy ew s
Mbnj OFIF iiW % t paitr of t hie s papro an boeuntL&Il f y kou Other
medafidemwarUMakngtheonvlycrisk a posruntalster. earnbetterua i I
N Nwtm ssbwerusey; ntayprc. We knowJ L" CIyouCuOn'~
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We have the liest .uhtainiatoIe.
a~ni Illedidimaaiuse etour jiecait y.
ir mind ri~hit
L. G. HIRTH, Pi
S who S oll.c N Ean SH O ES was? A you bettevaluethan wec... o )
S..-or IJ .-.r, This is due to the fact th.rt we ar- xcui,
I --- mer o, r -ike.a e w a.. .f local rcpreseriv:: -
L-Xea~miOU' 7S Snrinu' asldeCChicago's foremost merchant t r ,S '
S( a '* Spring and Summer do business h are scae that
n "- get the benefit of dr remarkably lo
'tr faml mcosteof-Operation.
e 1 A =e "." ieho ,o d i .6 w rs i "a / .n, \ /-\ e e- C
aI m -'re--"" o r pid md Our Stock iff complete. Never make, 0"t you alone i
e u t in dmo.Lfo qakt before have we been in position body every bes
S1 t 1 -. .MI = *W-to show so com plet e a line of A f cohe s k n wanI*, fat O R. ,i
7I softI yesis $ta o 0doAs oir nobby, stylish ld up-dt I oota-dfordtessilc adrlIde,
5 d elpotg fi ,myv"ian seme. footgear. If yoa, will have a ,on our new r i MSS apl'll
I t p, /Ia f % yem laven em mo for look at our line pon can easily also Bad msay exculifte p Ir la the
c-* i decide on your next pair. S 00 handsome fabrics coiprislag the
Y on ihd| a hm L4i sidy_ _i S_ 4_ Price Spring Ue.
4 4 I k, 4 i 4*4a n3 ,,. wf A No ready-made clo iat dealer can carry
if fadhi Mm. 44., 43 J,. 430J, A Pleasure to Show Shoes at in stock one-quarter the styles or one-
S43IJ,4M43,4lZ irlim. tenth the fabrics that are shown by us.
S om i y a"&M,, Re. H e Jones Co I Get your order In while the dli fresh
01;T i. <.a & 4. s.. ..o ss heal- ua T, si.. D.. .L d. and the styles ncw-you'll be more than
1m"WusN w.TS '..w E ii-at T-i ec W rete.is. the Thgite .,. t. e o
&W*h .a taTcha. Whe"e the Best is the Che t .iwi. pleased with the result.
N Fummui hm
Ta NSIt UIiTT STU
PCILISHKIl KVKKY FRIDAY ItY
dompsPos P $.0 mI.OYa Yr.I
mn a as UP" olke Ina ermenala a W
The day of the Mtrw hat is raplilly
S'O itle tof the Lmisville
Ofthe thetstswit he temacity
a "down muet" tRepmblki-.a
Then mln who knowlkgly lives be
yod his means is dishoust beeDW
he Is taking from somebody tmt
Which he knows he camit rturn.
The nman who hearsB malice toward
his fellow mania, mtmi pronmItar to 9get
even with hinm t6y ful mtuam bs ie-n-
erally the mnot prompt payunamtter.
fght over the plunmon. It will he a
year yet lbWfon Mr. Hryan takes ul,
the task of imlAing the pie." If this
i meiant for snre-asm, very good. If
not, simmls funny, after all that bebtt
bm,, s .iil.
ilas the Repblieamn party of Ken-
tucky come over to the LouisvilH'
Courier Journal, or has the Aumrier-
Journal gone over to the B ublican
party? They have been on the smWlle
platform for the past 8everSl yaC ,
and they didn't **ase-to-he-that
We wsh to call WttSenato t the
m-om-Nmmt *of Mr. EL Hoddock
for OQunty --maimlim In the
Fourth district. He has entered the
race at the sol ellation of his MmiI
and hopes through their akitamee
and inalwnce to be made e -mle-
inuer for the next seNem of that office.
Mr. Haddock r well and esably
know throphout his dihtrit and
nce the election of commiseloers
Ms enlmed to the vote, of their
relpective dilriets it makes hia a
luom aitor In the race.
In our amComee inum0 this
week will be he d thename of Mr.
SB. Preler, who is making the race
for Sate's Attorney in this, the
FearMth Jndieal (elilt, eqmpr l ng
thb** omw s .f D ag l, Joha,
NaWma and Clay. Mr. Peeler is a
redldent of Jacksonville, where he
tamde high n bhis ppvfeion as a
lawyer, and where he has seemeded
is building up a wide reputation and
made a great suaeea of hLs beinem.
Mr. Peeler takes the ground that the
pardoling power is being to freely
wed, sad that it is the duty of the
State's Attorney, in caws where par-
dosw are wauglht, to s e to it that the!
evidence in the trial when the con(m-
viction Is had IN Itnented to the
pardoning board as it was to the jury
making the verdict. This Mr. Peeler
promises to do, if elected, anld as a
result of euch efforts an the part of
the attorney he btiieves the indis-
Criminate pardoning of convict will
Create, and the p-rp4ration of crime
greatly leueoed. He solicits the
amlpport of the lknamocnrtic voters of
It hasl been maid that **-notling suae-
eeds like tecces-s" antm this is true
aukle it he advertising. Ailvertis-
Ing well donkme always suceetel, and
siWreeds where everything el.- fails..
Mr. Wne. A. Hallowe, Jr., of If you don't believe thi-, loak at the
Jke h tthoumi ,ml and one attent litiliine
Jack>nville, through the amncunCe-1
111t't lumn.. of The R r1't uls advertleil .1se v,'-er tle eu'-.tlrry, andl
iio@ R.d s thik of the few meniit thi. Inui-
week a-ks the ulpport o the IeUln- Imile-
rate of Nas--au county atl the nest who fail. Ask all 4,f them t
.Jmtiulichial IMret' Ir lhe what they attribute suetd*es,, anlt the
of Stath J.cial itttritf 4ie if, answer of ine'ty-nie lt m ,,f every
-Of State'. Attfmry, pr ning, i1
tleted, to devote hi. whole time anti hundred will be "aevertisitg."
tg*etm- te tohe faithful tofrikmei of lEvery mail order house in thie lltnd
theoifl-. M- r. Itallowes hails from dpend wholly andl solely upln its
Jacksottville. and ig well kn6wn advertising for SUCCt,'4l. 14)k about
iJhrou.ltlt the istrilt where he has you and call to ndil th, liu-ine-s
pocticed for several yeart lie feels meu of your imutliatte ,es.ii.aunity
that he is eor veally qualified to fill and see if the liberal ativertiers are
the Ipaitio for which he is ao ll8- n-ot the ones, and atout the- ly ,,ne,
date, and af*Ksyour ohih hcarefuadl C who do really make a sue-_-- iof their
date, and ahsk yoaur moHt careful hopes! ineos. The careful busitw- man
aeration of his claim, e hopetudy of fu
to have the pleasure and opportlunity w ho makes tn acting lbu-iest c.-fu
Of meeting movt of our p lbefo methods of transtting ,ul-i,,,
..- -, 14 not help baut sw e that adlvt-rti.-ing I.
cur to the man who sees space judi-
cloeNy but continually in his local
newspaper or by such mans ofad-
verti ing as will keep his business
ever before the public. Those who
have at back and wondered at the
smeea of others can eamr the secret
of it all by investing part of their
apital In the advertisement of their
PER SKETCHES OF F MANDINA
Bare the head and bend the knee, *
To Fernandina by the sea;
Like that arden of historic fame,
An Eden by another name.
The sun in radiant spllenlor glows.
Its grateful warmth on all b -stows,
And tlihee who dwell neath Northern skii-
Would gladly shar: our Paradise.
Had I but the artist's eye.
To sketch the views firm land andsky,.
wka, qauutpIrfltScu Nd unfold. .. .
For lovers of nature to behold.
Toe brave old oaks and stately pines,
alsely entwined with clinging vines.
Of jasmine, in clusters of gulden hells,
Their fragrance lavishly dispels.
The magnolia with waxen bloom.
Fills the air with sweet perfume;
All in beauty andl grapdeur grow.
O'er the land dark shadows to throw,
That we may find in summer's best,
A ratful and a cool retreat.
I'd show you the rising sun at morn.
I- _-- --- & _"L.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
I hertby announce myself a candidate
fr the office of County Judge of Nassau
-,unty. Mad earnestly solicit the support of
the iDemlocratic voters of the county at the
HINTON J. BAKER, JR.
FOB COUNTY JUDGE.
To the Democratic Voters of Nassau
C';un y: I hereby announce my can-
di.lacy for the office of County Judge of
N.mssau Countyr. and re smeetfully rrquet
tirh indorsenlut of the democratic voteWr
-it the coming Primary Election.
ROBERT P. CARLETON.
We are authorized to announce Mr. 0. R.
Sa. ders as a candidate for nomination of
'twriff of Namaau County. subject to the.
nationn of the Democratic Primary.
Mr. A. N. Jones, ofYulee. authorizes the
announranwent of his candidacy for nomi-
ntion of Sheriff of Na.san C-ounty. subject
to the act ion of the Demnocratic prary.
' FOR wmaJurr.
We are authorized to announce Wesley
W. Higinlwthnu asn a candidate for the
odee uraheriffeof Namau county, subject to)
the action of the Democratic primary elec-
The friends of Mr. Andrew I. Johnson
announce his candidacy for the of ce of
hlieriff o Nassau county, and solicit the
support of the Democratic voters at the
cousing primary election.
FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.
T.- Ih. lhammescr.,tie Vqstter- dot lsmartl mJeli-
vial cinitti 'isf.lautte dt Flolriela:
d:t"- lost tilherj~silitit -m -' t.,lr*N I.mr s itr
".sumrtlm Judlicial c ircuitt 4 f Staid.ofr itfleriela
its o 4tim cminmur aoritumemrY t,-Ieebe-lse' Mayl rtwext
iawl 'soliemit ywitr mfrusr~.. enal. if fzerssr-,l4
With til~e -rSsitiesmt. Alasl 4140lmivlyull 4cl1y itl
carefumlly re-srcsrmntita. time Stztatv. ittte'est!-.
NOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.
T.. tie- Dlfiocratic Voters, F-orthl Judicial
I flw lto annotinclre tuat I ua a caln idlate
fI-: e o t oi e m,- of Sta.tl's Attorney fais the
-urtm s Jiunietal tim-ut of Florida. .ompris
ing thec mntinks of lDuvak NasMau. t. .Johns
We offer e. llull H udrd l..I,- I,.
w- el for ;nl t ea- t' <, CI iiii m, it
cannot be tureIt by ll:Fie- i ..trh
F. J. (CHlNEI YA&' ., I,,.,l. .i
We, the uattersigcuil. ha%,\ kino w
F. .. (.Cheny fir tise li:-: 1, yr-
and lelieve.. him hi'etly l hi.airaihle-
in all business itrksatstit- .in-i lihii-
caally able to carry out anlly ,ti._i:ttij.i,
made by their tinm.
WEr & TRUAX, Wholh--;tl.- I iru:-
gists, Toled o, 0.
'A;I)iS(;, KINNAN & .M\I; ,
Whole-ale Drntggits, Thok.ele. a'
Hall's atarrh Cure is taken it r-
nally, noting *lire-tly aItmt lit- iti.-el
anI mnutoum' surface- of the-y-lit,.
and Clay, sulject tso the aactimo of the .. I Testln mials Mseit fre- Price- 7,. 1, r
in" prs|maries. 1 bottle. Sold by all ,Iruggists.
WM. A HALIA)WME. JR. Hall's Family Plills are the I.-t.
A Hungry Man in Fernandina!
Yes, citizens of Fernandlia, I am husngry-not it ina INdily sj-e,
hut for business. My appetite for lsite-s i!s ;hinrnnal, alNl I find
niyse4f unalide to satisfy it, therefore, I inu-4 uigentilly reiueltm you to
help 11w dkl WO. I am giving
A-I Work at Rock Bottom Prices
All work guaranteed in writing. For all Plu'hit,Iiw. (Ga- aIml Steam-
L'Zo :--- -a-- a ---- i. tms' '- K, t tit I.-A@ .-
JuB ptepngoerteMww. -- FO E AAi rittings K, hleet Metal Worl
Wrapt in hi" mantle of crimson and gold. O TAX AA)lf
Radiant and dazzling in splendor untold.IMr. H. Whitworth author u to A
I'd paint the clear, bright blue of the sky. mir.e te a.inoucnent that he i a can-us t
A4 upward he climberhatis way on high, dictate lefrore tie I-nmocra.tic primnarie. for
Until he reaches the bright golden west. th, nonnati ;r tie olice of Tax A" (- ti). A. M.
--,,br of ,X.-a n o r-. itv. ......... --------- h--
Like a king in purple goitig to rest.
Then cones the darknesI softly stealing. FOI TAX COLLECTOR.
The beauties of the night revealing,
The stars that shine like ?tars of old. atie h h Tax onfo e ni y e antes.f Nasau a ir hti ,
When thie.-hepherd watched his fold. sil.iect the altioe n otf ite Ifilen rtiuFeIrt II- I
And saow the star that leoi irur-. J. I. 1).OI.VIE =
To the infant Savior's lowly bed. F ..mU I1
The mn.onligst with softet wheam FOR SCHOOL UPS NTENDET NOW
1-Atson Amnelia's silver stream. N I ierei snno..... -v.lf a canlidat N O
Its bright, merry waters ripple and dan-, tIfor I'sunty Sucerinte.nde-ent of Piullie Iln-
I'roud-of the starlight mnd moon's bright s.tr'ti.ion. anl .*ls it will h. iniwhlmible for
glane.M if- to see all itv fri--il- I t:,ko. ,li- -et hol
The night wind as it Sa se b.y i :skn t Imei Lt .! t Ith e t.t li
Brinte the whipllorwill's plaintive-r'; "0 .
Thie nournfual. InelauheIvu shtrai. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. I
Ever lshe plaintive. sadl refrain; Iid .
The lonely heart made .imaler still. ,, er r,.e.hia,,ni ,, le as vii,-. a.f a'u,,tv ..mt |" ,'
By the utnclaungitg -ry. ,f whip aoorwill. i -,.ie,.r from tlh, Fifth I titrict. a-n iijJet t
Thie mnkigs hired. our S onthern niightain t, *;ie;.. -ti fn *4 tih,' I t-.m wr:tie" rit ,r or ,
amle, II. II. SIRIE'Y.- I ala et of liiu-try, shinwt th
Sings to1 tihe nlightl his sweet love tale. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Zt. lg rrl V\illage. Stne'-s of
He whistles andl trills in high notes of glad-I St
Htis a~g i inlrryi; he know no sadnes ;, Ai li tio : ADMISSION, 25c. LO
I fri.-ids. I herewith ats notlllee tlm, V -. --- LO.WO-
IllnM-'Clent hirel. seo iapilay and free, d eli.lite before tie- Primary teo ,1.i i :v
r "hi- werll ln.l lats ato ,orraw for the-*. 19 ,r time otli of 4 ')ot int It I",, Ti--- *r
N w w e see r -s,,h ll--rewtiwn, ach, ; f d.triel N ,, 4. If i,-. ...' ti. t. ,
White, limiinig farther than eye can reach, I 1"
The white--l.':ni wave!- .* o t 1iv. t le'I M u t
Leaping on %itl cea.-ele- r.ar. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONR u t
Brit-1n cantit:.at aiinlt oii r (e.- p- ,rtr :y.
The grawll el"i r i in awt we" -srve-y: "e :r.- nt, l ,iz.-l t \
t ..lhow- tea .i- ;o..l sp wer atnd miastl1t. W:a= Ci .1 .4-Z I T I r
til icf ". o t .... ..a .... .. oc y
In t .huee at' i h ti t h,"e al, t iw- t. ,'t,.',,,, aie I).,-triar Ii.1 P O l
M. A./. I .,". _
The Science of the Eye a Specialty. POR COUNTY TREASURER
Dr. ArnntrAnmg, of JackMonville, -,. -:,,. ., --'1: I People holding po
has opieiedl a high-class professional, "it. -N ., .1:a. .. I, n 'I pany, now in a re
oftie illn the West Bullding, at Jack- rin.arv. n0IT .1 KIa..I Y
sonville. Having old out his general FoR REFRESENTATIVE. -rn of a splend
* optical bul-inef*onlaurastreet,he will place same in the
I devote hii- entire time to the Cieet ,, C mpan the
I'of the eye anl, its reflex troublh-. .1 .'i n -a. ,. -.: g a
Cros-sye(' straightenemt without the t age, name and add
i knife, andi many formnl of iervou.- FOR REPRESENTATIVE.
k adl S"hip' rk, aill n m
efI 11ll-f ri
.'.t. cW- -
I ; \ ir .a-.
V RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
d prop(,,,-V' art-
4L A "I r T L 1
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Let in all the light you can.
It is perilous to dilly-dailly.
When you need specs at all,
yeM nsed them and need them
TYMa Nut Tkid
There are defects of vision
whieh are hard to detect except
by a iemtlle examlnaetiom, and
if omt eormeed in time may
IM Oa o m w something wriom
lkeed. For YOUR OWN
mtiactiona let uw examine
Jeweler and Optician
Miss Kate Williams is visiting
relatives in Jacksonville.
Mr. H. W. King is a visitor at the
Jacksonville exposition this week.
Miat Sophia Oarrio is visiting in
Jawcksoville this week.
MrM. John W. SinanmMs spentt ev-
eral days this week in JacLkonvillk.
Mrn. 8. R. Mahoney is in Jackson-
ville this week.
Mi.4 Jennie MeCottery was a gueAt
of fri-mds in Jacksouville Tuesday
Mr. Branden MeNair was regis-
tered at the Windsor Hotel in Jack-
Mrs. John Taylor. of Jacksnville,
"was a gest-of relatives here last
Remember that we are now able to
do j4 work promptly, and at the
most reasonable prices.
SReember there will be preaching
at the Presbyterian church next Sun-
day by Rev. A. A. Zabriske.
For Sale-New house and lot, 50x
10. Lot 5, bloek 126, South Fifth
street. Price 80. Inquire of A.P.
jobThe Reord is turning out the best
job printig ever dome in Nassau
couNty, mad at the most reasonable
The Ladles' Aid Society of the
Preyteriu churh will meet next
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
with Mrs. G tav Stark.
Miss Bldie Dormsy, who has just
recovered from an Illme of two
weeks, is spending a week with rela-
tives in Jacksonville.
Mr. and MnL. Thomas Brennan, of
Providence, I. I., arrived here
Wednesday and are the guests of
Mr. P. Kelly, on Fifth street.
The Record has been overrun with
job work for the vast several weeks,
hut by keeping continually at it we
are again in position to fill orders
The attendance at the churches last
Sunday, both morning and evening,
was better than sual, the weather
being most delightful and spring-
Mesdames J. C. Powell, R. R.
lotsborough and Mrs. Baker, of
Jacksonville, came over yesterday
and are the guests of Judge H. J.
Baker, Sr., and family.
Mims Myrtle Chadwick and Mise
Pauline Burns left yesterday morn-
ing for Mobile where they will visit
friends for several days. Miss Chad-
wick's home is in this city, while
Mimi Burns is returning to her home
at Clarksville, (a.
The service at the Free Reading
Room on next Sunday afternoon at
2:30 especially for Seamen will be
conducted by Rev. IL. L. Sprinkle.
It is hoped that there may be a goosi
attendance from the ships in port.
All seamen are cordially invited.
Mr. T. L. Whittelsy, Geneaal
Manager of the Seaboard railway andi
Mr. W. A. Witt, Fourth Division
Superintendent, were in the city.
Tuesday, having run over here fw
several hours on their way from a
tour of inspection through the south-
ern portion of the state.
The social given by the Christian
and then the building will begin at
imce. Lumber for the rougher part
of the work is now on the. ground.
Itev. E. W. Way is conducting a
seriess of evangelistic meetings at
Micanopy, Fla., and will he so en-
gaged until the latter part of next
week. On this amount it had been
previously announced that there
would he no services at the Presby-
terian church next Sunday except the
regular Sabdath 'h4sol exercises in
the morning. Since that tile, how-
ever. Rev. A. A. Zathri.ske. of Boas-
ton', a very aide minister of Hudson,
N Y is here mon a visit, and hasi
Endeavor at the Presbyterian Manse'9ow'-ented to preach in that church
last Friday night was probably more n*'xt Sunday, morning and evening,
largely attended than any of the pre- itdil we are requested by the church
vioe gatherings given by the organ- ",ithirs to so announce. The usual
ization, which shows that interest is. ivitation is extended to all to attend
growing in these timely events. j thise services.
and in glass, that I
and all the staples
Williams Carboic Salve With Arnica at pri that will
and Witch Hazelwife.
Tke best alivee in the world for svu..
bruis.e s, r,. ulcer,. s:tlt r"henli tettor
chapiul hands, anid all 'kin rll:s 1TmE km lLY
Guarjantetl to give .matisfastion. or mt n...-y
rafundlt. 5*c at Dr. J. P. Miller's.
willi.,s' M'f.t. '4... Pro .w.. 'le-,ivan.. ,. Fernandina,
FRED W. HOYT, President.
J. H. PR.tn'*rr, Vice President.
tempt the aitl-tite,
that will altify it,
I pleat-- the house-
CARL WARFIRIA), I a-thier.
FRED W. Wooiu, A*.t. Cashier.
First National Bank,
Capital ................. ....... .......... ...........S........ 0.,0HS.M)
Surplus and Undivided I'fldits... ..................100,00.00
Shareholders' Liability................................. 100,0tN.0)
Total Responsibility............... .......... N0,00N)0.O0
Salty Deposit Boxes for Rent, $3 and Upward per Year.
Four Per Cent. Interest Paid in Our Savinis Department.
The o w Spring Opening of New Goods at i
Smouh Mularkey Brothers TIa-
We are determined to be known as the Fashion Center of this City, anid our showing of new things for this coming
season will embrace all that is new and desirable.
Clothing Department 40x90 feet, and beautifully lighted, second floor. BReductions will continue on Winter Cloth-
ing and Cloaks until further notice.
BEST QUALITY 72x90- BLEACHED SHEETS, 89 CENTS EACH
2,000-yard lot of Special Value Embroidery Special Values in Japanese and Chinese Panic prices on India Linens, 4-inches
now on sale, at 10c per yard Mattings, at 25c, 36c and 35c yard wide, at 10c, 12 1-2c and 15c yard
THE VERY BEST PRINTS, GUARANTEED FAST COLORS, 7c PER YARD
AMOSKEAG APRON GINCHAMS, FAST COLORS, 9c PER YARD.
Specials in Embroidery Turn-Over Collars All$ ,, i See the new White Lawn Shirt-Waists.
All $1.00 Kid Gloves now 89c pair
at 5c, 10c and 15c each j Prices reasonable; 50c to $2.50 each
36x72 JUTE SMYRNA RUGS ONLY $1.50 EACH
9x12 BRUSSELS ART SQUARES ONLY $10.50 EACH
|, i a Your Mail Orders Solicited I
IFright p od cn all fordcrs .Pattn
8,5ivr MULARIKEY BROTHE.S' al:.:ond.
The tearing down of the old houe "Heaven: Where and What'" will I Mr. and Mrs. Reilfern, of New Or-
on the corner of Fourth and Alachus lI* !r. Dubtl' third sermon in the leans, and Mr. and Mrs. John W. D o You ow
streets is a great" improvement toj*iits on "The Life Beyond." It Hyde, of Jacksonville, will arrive That Frank J. Subrer has th
that section of the city even if the lot %i; be deliver next Sunday night at here tonight and will be the guest. -f agency in Fernmndina, and h.
remains vacant, th Baptist church, and the church Capt. and Mrs. W. A. Evanw. .1. exceptional facilities for handling,
It is to be hoped the bluserous, and [pastor extend a cordial invita- Redfern is the purchasing agent fier ders pfavordyat anc that rewit..
gloomy weather of the peat few days ti1,1 to all who desire to hear this in- the Isthmian Canal Co (nmin-ion atnl magazine offer in the country.
is the winding up of a winter season, tIresting series of discourses. Quite is said to be a very competent nman fr
the latter part of which has been the a large congregation heard the second the position. Mr. Hyde i, with the
iost disagreeable for several seasons nom last Sunday night. EnSina Lumber Co.. large luniawr
past- A-il meeting of the Nassau Ath- dealers of Jacksonville who do man .
The prayermeetlag of the Pretby.- etic Club will be held at the Library immense businees through this pirt.
terian chureb on Wedaneday evej- Hall, Friday evening next, at 8 During l year, for instance, thgtar
ing at 7:30 o'clock will be led by Mr. o'hock. This meeting Is for the shipments this way amounted to
F. W. Hoyt. 8r. The topie to be purplse of organizing a base ball about 20,000,000 feet.
dneassed is: "The wise use of team for 1906. All outstanding com- On Sunday, March 22, after the
money." 1 Tim. I:17-19. I'fttees are requested to report All morug service at the First Prey.--
Lieutenant James, U. 8. A., and goed hos are earnestly desired to at- terman chth, thisei ty, the members
his Mister, MKi James, of landi-, ted and help make the meeting boll of the chreh will convene by order
burg, N. C, together with their with the heat of base bell enthuis- of the semion to determine if the
eoun, M DreaM of Chicago,sm church is prepared to cal a regular
are visiting the family of Judge J.H., Mr. W. L. Seddon, Chief Engieer Pator, and, if the way be cear, to --. ( .
Baker. of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, do so. Rev. W. Way h been
One of the prettiest as well as the was in the city Tuesday on bine ppylng thi churchdaeJanuar', CHOOSING SOMETHING
most conveniently arranged naphtha]~onected with the building of the theconsent of the Presby DAINTY
launches that has visited these waters Iosphate elevator. The work of ac- being secured at each ucceawive
this season was the Davy Jones frm t construction of the elevator has meeting of that body. The cmgr,.- for luncheon, breakfast or ,liiaTr i.
Boston which was in port Saturday. n4 yet been begun, hut it is probable gation will have befiwe it on the "212d an easy matter at our store. kar
She went from here to Jacksonville t1,at it will not be later than April 1, inst., whether or not it will Cll a stock of fancy groeries is tempting,
by way inland route. '.kore the machinery will arrive, regular pastor, and who that p1.N41r and we have all the delicaei.s, tinned
i'i.- 0 'lit.atho i,i..- 11, t,." o rce.!:i
1 Inan r |'et.'-, l.' a.: ;bg to
il.." l th at h., i tI ..' i. e batt
1lt)!s-t If all in tnegi .,,:eAr )f ai on.
Fi'.i t.i:;t l:ve at .
Ihve 4eit!er no eve. ;at all or enor-
mioaslv big ones. iThere are two
llethlxids of getting almaut in the
gloomiest abvs.-es-bi delicate or-
gins of touch and 'v sight-that
collects the few rays of light due to
P1li4liorescencf or other acciden-
The fish which live near the top
of the .ft" have --mailer eves than
tlihoe sa e'ihty fat liho .; !own. One
hundred and twenty fathoms deep-
er". wisere ylig;. t disapNar?., tCie
eyes are bigLPr still. Bevi,-nd the
depth of 2M) fa(lhonu small eIye
preve. witl long feeleri to supple-
At thik depth, in fact. sight is
prartieslr.a leless. In the greatest
abysses the 'th are usually, blind.
feeling their way abo -t solely by
mean of their sensitive bodies.
Some indeed show signs externally
of having owce poswesed eyes, but
that is alL
In others-the oldest and- most
confirmed abysmal species--the eye
as disappeared altogether external-
ly, though traces of it are still to be
recognized, embedded deeply in the
tissues of the head.
Many deep sea fish have a curious
system of hollows in the skull or
about the body which hold ; kind
of phosplorescent slime. Others
have round or oval shinin- opales-
cent spots, placed on the head or
along the body or tail.
All of them are abiun:ianity sup-
plied with nerves, and they are ap-
pantly organs for the pr
Of d M cent light. If so, such
* fsh must wim about surrounded
by faint g.ow, somewhat like that
thrown by luminous paint.
One scientist even suggests that
these fish may have the power of
directing their rays in any direc-
tion, like a searchlight.-Pearson's
A D Veshire Jelm.
A few days ago a Devonshire
showman played a practical joke at
Barnstaple. As the country folk
passed his tent they were interested
at seeing the following notie!e
"Come and see the musical dog; ad-
mission twopence. Natualy a
good many people paid their two-
pences and entered the tent, which
was em: y save for a big dog war-
ig a e metal collar, but no
musical dog" was visible. At last
impatience mastered curiosity, and
me of the audience asked the show-
man when the performance was go-
iag to begin. He seemed much sur-
prised at the question and made for
the tent door. Once there and in
easy reach of the open ground, he
pointed to the dog in the tent, say-
ing: "Why, that's the musical dog.
Can't vou see the bras band
around hIsis neck
Peace on Earth.
li;hae yot evr thought seriously
of ti,. mie;:". oef that blessing giv-
en il th,., i..wuenakers? People
arc, aJilw:y ".-\**. ling to get jkeace in
ie I en. ;. i 'ou know whatever
pe;ia lthe'. :', there will be ready
16.0i4.%. \\lhate ,-r making of peace
tli1'y -;lml w ,..d for must be on
thi- eo.ath here; not the taking of
ar:n- .;.' ,.,. but the building of
nei- ., a,:l its "sea of troubles"
l'"v" ." i,;t. Vns).
hi .. i,,t do not see that any
of 1:- rv. \\e, -eoinplain of the want
of :;,:. I': n s-we want votes, we
w::' .:.' we want amusement,
We' ,* 1 tie-V. Which of us feelN
or ki.m, ';:,It he wants peace?-
J0!i 1: -.. n,
Two 'wi..i wrote to the editor of a
zin'. Mr. A. asking what to do for
teeth:ng bal:es and Mr. C. asking
liow to get r:l of grasshoppers. The
editor in an wearingg got the names
mix.e!. .so ti,. man asking about bea-
bies ,,.t the reply:
"I f you w.it to get rid of the lit-
tle ie.-t. Co e, r them up with grass
and set $,re to it"
An-I t Ih,e ,sie who asked about the
grn.-l-hoTewrs got the reply:
"If they are teething, give them
a warn bath and rub their ganI
with liones-et every day"-J dgI'
Mrs. Fizzletop has been making
an earnest effort to iduce her 00n
Johnny to learn to plTy the
A few days ago M.call
"Why aren't you practicing your
'You are n:ot. YoU hvea't teh
(1 the p:ann for the lt half hour."'
..* F ,__ .11 thl
The best nedicinae ia the
world cam ake the place of
thefmily physician. Coasuh
him early whe taken i If
the trouble Is with your
throat, bronchial tubes, or
lums, ask him BO ut taki
Ayer's Cherry PectoraL. Them
taket or ot, as he says.
des, d p Sb
ian, sBi 6 re. P IN m,- cupi-,
i. Askye 'deiaa kbeneuseAse
Ayer's Pb kra ew cse. The de
is SMall, *oe pil at beeimp.
The Crsh asFiuimas.
The crab sometimes catches a fish,
and it catches it without hook and
line. It lies in wait, perhaps in
some creek, with its claws extended
in front and open. Perhaps a school
of killies comes along, and it way
Ie that a killie on the outskirts of
the s-hool may swim unsuspecting-
iv at tro'- ;h the ,-!'cr water be-
tween t!'e upper and lower parts of
one of the motionless open claws of
the crah. When it is well within
then: t"e claw suddenly snais. to-
gether, and that particular little
killie goes no farther.
Geod For Ev.wsbodj.
Mr. Norman L. Coulter, a promi-
nent architect, In the Delhrt Build-
ing, san Franelco, *says: "I fully
elndoreall that has been ki lf Ele-
trie Bitters as a tonic medicine. It
Is grnd for everybody. It corrertp
-tomach, liver and kidney disorder
in a prompt and efficient manner and
hauide up the system." FJeetrie Bit-
ters is the best aprinlo medicine ever
sod over a druggW' euamnter; as a
blood purifier it is unequaled. 50e.
at J. G0o. Bhurer's drug store.
A Swhwer weddisi.
"And you my when the bhelms be-
came the wife of the foreign noble
man it was a shower wedding?"
I should may a The bride wore a
wo br bouquet."
"And the there was a shower of
"Followed by a shower congratu-
latlons and old shoes."
"Well. well! Aad bow dld It end
TVery etiibarragsla all round. The
ablemian'*s creditors came around and
preeruted ai shower of bills."-Kansae,
Alice 3nvefts' Wedding
was something to be recorded in the
annaLs of history. H.erinew has heen
acknowledged the greatest of live i
regulator( A positive cureA fier 1i -
ious leadCthes, Constipattion, ('hill-.
and Fever, and all liver cmdeilint-.
J. C S41tilh. Little lkiek, Ark.
"Hlrinne is the greatest liver imeil-
icine known. Have usedl it for year-.
It does the work."
Sohl "y J. P. Miller. M. I).
As Goa -s tie Zoo.
"Will you -onle1 wi l mte to the 7".
"No t'sank son; i I vtla;dA r: -.:, s,
at ho e. \. "
like a iu .td oat. I.. : [ it. ,.
like a : iTrot. I y :: i- :,V- i. : ..-
henr. ; "v'fe "' le. I". :. ;. ,
may t. "I<' r- 'n ;a o'. ;t ;i "' 't"
tgred -'a I t's;n : ...... :.: ~ :s)
creato-t e "
should lie butL-thii in the bome, anl
will be if you.give it White's C(reamr
Vermihuge. the greatest wonitl 0nnedi-.
tlce ever oiSreil to a1f)ering human-
ity* This re ely is le"Notihig the
permISanent txlure of well regulated
loiehOlside---A iollt her, with chil-
dren, ran't ge talong without a twttle
of While'.s Creani Vermifuge in the
house. It I the partnl aid lteSt Isad-
ke that nsuiewy ecan buy.
Sold by J. P. Miller, M. 1).
here'ss wan thing," said Cassidy
in the restaurant, "that's always
"Only wan thing?" piped Casey
sarcastically. "*An w'at' that?"
"Is turtle soup fi-h ,%hln 'ti. made
out o' v.-! "-New Yor'.; 4lobe.
The Lucky Quarter
Is the one you pay out for a box of
Dr. Klng's New Life Pill. They
bring vo the health that's more
ueim tha jewel,. Try thie mw
a'ti. 'e.aIt I of I..ht i"l'-i .
Election District Number Eleven.
S( ismllenlin4 I Is ths ient-il*rsetioln I l f lo'wn
.,ehip lite tmwt.i *r,,w,,o-hil 2 an& l :.
with lag line Re-' ween ':!- la"d :-s;
thelceo .ollh alllon, s.aid Range lil..
o Tlon. ma-. wreek. or thl .4t-l lt-ren
el,. hiell'Ilniry v f1' tihe C lllty. the.- ce m -n1lli-
west alilong S>:lid hollt ary line to tlhe R ni e.
line bet weenie Ianges 24 and s. thelt;a
north al onlg said k lnge line to lie northern
oundantryl lle ol detection 24. Township I
North IlInuag 14 1F.a-. hence wetl" along tie
northern I.lsonila'Yv line of mSections *U .
22 1. 2I t anlt 19 same rownshlpl and
;anlge to the iRanlge line between Pallge-s
2.I and 24. thenCe inorm tho Ilthe anterseeiion
.'I I.- t. Iti a.e line with she f'iownhil, line
l-etween Towu'-shil. 2 a.:l 3. thelnee al.ul.g
..aidl Township line to point of tbinnismg
Election District NMuber wdve.
('omalienting ant tie imiersiectlion ot the
R ige lilni eIwlwee0a lntgelp- 23 and 24 with,
the 'rowh-lip line between Townshibim 2 ;
andl 3. thrie,-n along .sail Range line to ihpeAI
ceek. thta'e wL-4erly along Ieelp CtrepL ti
tIe t. larys river, thence northerly along !
tile eaied river to the point of inster ectionj
with Trownshil, line between Townsh pI 2'
and 3. tlhene easterA y to point of beginning. i
Elesctioae District Number Thitoea,
Cineniwse lleillil itthe northea-t t oler of
14. ioll n24. Township I. North Range 24
East. tne. we south to southern b undary of
countll thtence *ouithweaterly along .'sa
bounildary ftle Iange line between Mange.
2F anid 21. thence nort, along -ail Rangre:
line ts the orhwtlawe corner of Sectnion I..
Township I. North Range 24 East, the,,c.
easterly along the northern boundary of See.
tions 19.: *,21. 2 3 and 24 to the point of
= District N W r Fouteen
nCmo naientitlg at the intersection of Itilne
line betwe. tn Ranges ":3 anlm 24 mad II pl
creek, thence eautleriv along laid Rane-
lille to .ostlhiern boundary line ltf tlie Coeun-i
tv. thencesaouthwest iso. uIsiWt corner m ,f
m I mEI mms.
Fereanusdi. Is.l. aFeb. 19. I.,
.11.eial me*ling of Board of countyy 4 ,,_
;,i,-..,itsas hihel this iday lpritee.t Lt.ou,
-i..ner' S'~ak .nlurreiuey snd Wingate. ,.
l:.i.lnTer urrt-.veny aline c airman
i he liltowing reklisin waw adolht-I
\Vi**re-:.. Chapter .'iy of the Las. ..i
! ..~ ic:a reijsire that the (oi nty Coii:,.
.,,>.rse and tshe alem ofbers tlo e -le l.
t, ardl lie nominaltedl by the sev-ral disnl: .
..-ead ofhy the county a large it bto:.,..,
itisi.litTse to make certain changes in t:-,.
,civieion districts of te county. in order t,
conotrnlo to said law; therefore be it
t.-,.ved. That tLe several election i...
Sri-is he arranged and designated as .-ow.-I
,e-,.olveL. further, That hle seltlect
S.,llig ii. the several election distri,,"o"
e.lerrtl until the next regular neetiii of
Electilt District Number One.
To mesnmlri-"e all that pertiti. of Alatini
isl.Iad which lies north of a line drua,,
fromlll tile foot of Ash street at Amelia liver.:
thence iwt along said Ash street to Ele\.
emuti street. tlhente north along KlNventli
,:t re*4 so t esetre street. thence east along sai.l
'etlk-re '4ret and Beach shell road to tht
Electias Distriet Nfmber Two.
Te cLanprive all that portionl of Amnelia
1- amil not embraced in lectiom Dishtrit
E -eetio District Number Tbe.I
lKounaled nI the mst b Asella river, o
thIe listehitl hy Na-i.a river. ir thle southern
IlnlsiUlary of'th county. thence along Luf.
Iei crle. up toe the point of im treecsion
with .it IRange line between a n saI ind
r7. thence ailimg said Range line is a north-
erlyv liretion hto its interaction with the
(,ha.. Sitos Grant. thence in an easterly F-e'
r.ctiocn aling the ftmth boundary of ti1.
eteon lGcot, imrsteopber Grant and Jotiaki
Smith Grant to its ianterse n with Bls;.
river then along said Bells river to tih.
point where is interwmets the St. Marys
river. thenice along the St. Marys river th
Electiea District Nambr Four.
('eonem-maing at tthe point of intersection
o.flhe Chas. A-te Grant with the range line
leetween Ranges 26 and 27. thence north ts
.4t. Marys tiver. thence along St. Mary-
raver io thel wat,.*. of Bells river, then,
:ilosi.i s.,il ell.11 river to Ithe place where.
ilh- teu inttnr 1 .-t4 with tile boundary lin
*f ilie Jieli Srai'ls rant. thence along t.-
S.,llthl l lsllnl;arv lii if el i.- Jeiah S mlitI,
*ra-nt. C,,ri.t..lwher Glaint atind (hls. Sc-,t
;r.nti ti, ehed luieatl olf he-giisning.
Election District Wumber Five.
n 'olniliniclag at Imoinlt where lAfton cnrc.
,1il ti in Na.e-ani river. thlnwe along aiii
l.oftie'l c-reek ti, the place wlwhetr he sa,.,
msters tl- lhe Range- line between Range-s ".*.
andl o*7. tlwei<'e seo1thl alot ir said Range lii..
1.- tlhe r.,WIn.-lIII hi,.e b-tweestn l'owrwnshii
:,,Il 3. thlceie west alhtng said T,,owin.i',
line tio se Range lit.. !etwCeen Raaiage .'
:4n,1l 11 t(liae -,<-Mlh alion raid Ianue litl.
ti Thoniam e'n'k. or thile ieulhtern humil.,r
,of thU. ,ousnt. hencee aloI g said Thoni.a
Electism District Number Six.
C o"lis eiinilg lon tlw St. Mar's river atI I.f,
Miint where Range line between Rang.e
tand 27 intersects- with said river, thti- *v
leleth alomg .aid Range line to Topw-iI,|>
:ine between Towlwships 2 an 3. tlsniT .
weste-rlv to Range line between Raing#- *.,
and -2't. thence north to, the St. Marvn r-er
Thence along said St. Mary river to I. nt1
iectiem District Numbwr Seven.
Collillueci-'al kgthe interrticft'iQ oIf l.itu"-
line b-twee. Ranges 25 and 26 with the St.
Marvs river. thce llsouth along said Rati,.
line'to the point where said Range lin. ii-
tersets the Towship line b.weewTotu-
"hi=M 3 and 4. thencw westterly along siiil
Township line to lite Range line betwe i
Ranges 24 and ...-thence north alonesaid
Range lin to the St. Marys river, thence
along tle St. Marys river easterly to the
place of beginning.
Electlm District Nuaber Eliht.
(olnlmenscinlg at a point where tile
Range line between Ranges M 2 a d
i itatersects the Township line be-
tween Townships :l and 4. thence sutl
along said Range line to the point of inter-
m.ection with Town-hip line between Town-
slipc 2 and 3. thence westerly along e:1aiil
Township line to point of intersection wilh
Range line between Ranges 24 anl i I.
thence norti' albeg said Range line to lth
imlenrectien witli Township line between
;'..w,,..ilt. :: and 4. theie east along .aid
I ..> .-lzie lin1e I, lhe poinilt of lIgianssing.
..lection District lumber NiMe.
l'...;l. ir. i.\ ;0| :* l,,,o llt oin iM l .n .
ucve, wh,-r- t ." ll.,oem lin- lu' .twe-'n ILma.g.e
*a1 .,iel "'.' intt'c tc'I.t -ai'l river, tlhei 'e '. li.l
1 .1 :' -.nl Il,!!.e i" lit- I,, tle l-,ici t of iiit r
- :",.> siii, l',,wirs.!"ui, ia' St- I >M ,l,. l',. t n-
; l. lir 0. I, tih .-I. M .,r :! v, >- li,,. i0.
.1, -.i ..! I. \iM a *")' m c'r ;,o I ,, ,l e.I 1 .'._.iii I
electionn District Number Ten.
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t' ini 0*" i, r",, 1i"'i w ith 1ow n.llhip !i .
t, ,. w ,wr n ol" n ''i l;|" ril .:. t e lin w ,"-
..1 -":. il "lw n'i.lh'l' li e' I ', ith M. ;a1.'-
:- .r tlh ,.; ,i e-; lid .l h:tri .. r ',,
the t ,.,i til i W h r, t,,' l,. hI* lil, |lls s .-(le \ '. 'l,
l i.twiil, :' ; :&'0*I ilile 'l" 't". l ai miv-r.
lh ,l.'" ,e..-:l rlv :lo -: *.. : i. n l iaii lie r t,-
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just such a newspaper as the
Record to help in the
of Fernandina and it is the aim of The
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and is doing the best
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Wht Do They Cre? A SLEEP PROBLEM. DISRAEU PHRASES.
The above i mt is often asked --- --
eeriag Dr. erce two l;jing medi- The Way it Bother One Man Who ** Maxims and Witticisms Which Appear
doutes, 'Golden Medical Discoutry" and Growing Old. to Have Been Do-ro. d.
*Favorite Prescription." .
The answer is that goldenn Medical "In these later years," said Mr. A writer in the London Spectator
BDlos-pr*Is a m.w pott1 alter ativer Grabovy, "I have found that I re-. iraws up a li-t of "maxims and wit-
Mlod purifier, and tonic or invigorator .
sad acts especially favorably in a cura- quired less sleep. \\hen I was ticisms ascribed to Disraeli which
tve way upon all the mu,.-iis lining sur- younger, I used to sleep eight hours, have- the appearance of being de-
Btube, stomah, o s and and frequently when I was very rived from external sources," or, in
Madder, curing a large per cent. of catar- tired I could use nine. But there other words, borrowed. The bill
Scases whether the disweas affects the I..
1 Pa...sage the throat, laryni. bo-n- came a time a few years ago when of indictment is specific:
eUs, stoach (as catarrhal dyspepsia), I discovered that seven hours' sleep The phrase "men of light and
o (asucous dtarrhea), E .' was ordinarily all that I required. leading," used by Disraeli in a
t_ chrodte w leraivestages of them "Now, I mentioned this fact cas- speech in 1858, came from Burke..
t. as t is ee oneume .tl u e aflEt- ally one day to a friend of mine, israeli's assertion that only those
-laverwite Preseription-Is advise and he said that this was one of the nations that behaved well to the
s the eea omeclassaof deea -the benefits that came to men as they Jews prospered had bee n made long
iheat to women only. t increased in years-hat requiring before by Frederick the Great Dis-
ia yet --a-tly wau iavlwat- lesseep they had more time for raeli said, "Youth is a blunder, man-
SrMe we wo labor- d .Acould accomplish more, hood a struge, old age a regret I
as the treak -wa 'Favriks and that this was one reason why This is ed on Seneca's famous
S U "wlU be f nost YsO men of mature years were counted saying, "Initium coecitas progression
Mi- weai"alhka c ,i ia pa ~ as of greater vahte. labor, error omnia." In 1864 Dis-
tu S&bans hs h "A pleasant fancy, that, I raeli said of the French revolution,
A*bUSofaru s wrapseach bett thought "When the turbulence was over,
giving tOhe srmatlif both bmtelam asd "Another friend of mine said when the shout of triumph and the
ma wh FuflIfe .OM w more plainly that my requiring leas wail of agony were alie stailled;
pb "-t e & all t-he ose of practice sleep was a sign of my advancing when, as it were, the waters had sub-
s oPro 4,j 1t Ine -age; that very young people, young sided, the sacred heights of Sinai
weti s of praise bestowed o the children, required a great deal of and Calvary were again revealed,"
S a maS m sgrei mts .In8 sleep; that as people grew older etc. This simile had been used by!
ium etby suchs wiei s sm.. ..
ave1=ure weist, than any am t of they required less, until in middle other orators again and again. Can-
"- proloeeioaal tlstimnitla. bcaseB life they needed, say eight hours of ning used it in proposing the vote
ssh sa ami wriUng for the guidance of -n
their medical brethiand know whereof sleep, but that as men came to be of thanks to the Duke of Welling-,
Otff ak. past middle age they required less ton after the battle of Vittoria, and
ASftmand c-utss im .- armi .bitsleep, and. my needing lees simply Shiel used it in his speech on thel
r-- drnus-beingeompowd ofgrlyre e showed that 1 was getting old. Irish state trials in the house of I
aertseiito rooms of native. America "Not quite so pleasant, that, but commons in 1844. Sir Walter Scott
s m by dleas arnlefi Ylon Y can' t here is a new complication: also introduced it in his "Life of;
aSerd accept as a aubtiaste for one of "I find within the last few Napoleon." Disraeli's phrase"statesc
tN secretnsstru kew months that I .am again requiring woman" comes from Swift. "Anec-
1.Plemne'sPelletlsamal.ng sr-coatd, more sleep. Whereas for some years dotage" was derived. by Disraeli
tra e a emnldy, raeand seven hours I found sufficient, I now from his father, who in his turn de-
"---mh--.. sleep eight hours. And what does -rived it in conversation from Rog-
that mean? Does it mean that I ers.
h ? have stopped growing old, that I am In "Sybil" Disraeli compares Fox
I growing young again or that I am to Catiline. Canning described Fox
n. advancing now to my second child- as "the Catiline of modern times"
Getagood paint- r hood? in the Anti-Jacobin. Disraeli corm-
er to put HARRII "H'm! This sleep business I pared the ministers of Mr. Glad-
guess I hadn't better dwell on too stone's government to "a range of
SONS' "TOWN much." -New York Sun. exhausted volcanoes." This was an
& COUNTRY" Y" image used by Wilkes. "How is it,
T .J.. 1One He Kept. Wilkes," said somebody to the
PAINT '(m your A young man entered a hat store demagogue, "that you sat silent
i a .I. -I and asked to see the latest styles through all the French revolution
hOUs/Ca, you will in derbies. He was evidently hard debates?" "The fact is," replied
have the I- 't ob- to please, fir soon the counter was Wilkes, "I am a burnt out volcano."
Covered with hats that he had tried Somebody once pointed out the co-
itat i. i it r i ltb. on and found wanting. At last the incidence to Disraeli, and he is said
Sm-salesman picked up a brown derby, to have remarked, "It o1oks like a
i I brushed it -off on his sleeve and ex- crib, but it is the first time I knew
tended it admiringly. that Wilkes had ever said anything
RWNAXnDINA, FLA These are being very much worn worth repeating and fit for publica-
Sthis season, sir," he said. "Won't tion." The advice given to Conta-
n.r you try it on?" rini Fleming by his father is Imsed
The -customer put the hat on and -on that of Lord Chesterfield to his'
.- surveyed himself critically in the son. Chesterfield, like Contarini
Pl P MML I iirm I mirror. "You're sure it's in style?" Fleming's father, advised his son
Dr. WIB g'I.dMia Pie naOintm will "The most fashionable thing we 1to "read Rochefoucault," and stud
in._ hii.- 'Ui1 di ha havre .in the Ahop, air. And it suits French writers and cultivate the
i11h l yot f pf alft, oW oirfoction-.if the fit s -ociety of women. Disraeli wrotf'
mst ardh,. "r. wilame' am I i. eight" Pf Bolingbhoke as "the glory of hi
-iS ftUe t i .sa1Ly uim 'wl 'Tes, it fts very welL So yes ,order and the shame." This L
awa ,i y : au.ent. Nei Jv 4.n think I liad better have it?" prol lily from Pope's description f
1v mel Ler e.d I... W a me 1"I '.don't think you could do bet- Kratmus in his "Essay on Crit-
,.. ...-. ,,.--.... t r. i-i m -
S"o,!I don't think I could. Soe .At enrth Erasmus. that great ta e
gaesm I won't buy a new one, after I.A. r p-t-tioea me
9A S CA .ES, The salesmann had been boosting but a still older riteri Sir George
the ,customer's old hat. which- had Mackenize. the "Bluidy Mackenzie"
lttorml--Z. 'become mixed among the many new of Scottish l'resbyteriaa hagielogy,
e.niiM Prmwanmt M mes. described Montrose in his "Coelib's
ke tCountrv House and Closet" as
S HN e o .* ain. me. le 4 ,a. m. 'Camim Hin DHwn. His country's glory sad its shame
I lf women just had a little taet caesar in au thian eqaled but his tame.
and didn't fly to pieces their own
G. L BALT 7RTLTI, selves when their husbands git to
ijawin' .and tearin' around, thereWi
FVKt.A'NKIIA. FL.A. be less trouble in fani'lies," said
Mrs. Grim to a neighbor.
ta and Insurance. "I suppose that's so," replied the
The 1J3t Insuranw (~mmspanies in t5i** ,iaghbor. l
"I know 'tis," replied Mrs. GrinL
Worhl Iteprien-edi. "Do. you suppose 1 lose nvy heal
and my tongue and go all to pieces
- fU spI t E. a1d 0ay things I'm sorry for after-
-- ward when Grim gets into one of
Willims ltePal. his tantrums? Well, I don't. I
WiimHave t iletdy pl v. just keep cool.and calm him down."
Have y.u. nrlected y ur Kidneyn? Har, 410 *d- VB E .alm him down ?"
y WOrke ymr nerou syem and -" calm hi down?"
cauwd tr nmw whi. s vdl..rktineysadb[Ad- "Well sometimes with a stick
der Have yu ,pains iti dians. side, t. and ag'ir with .a broom handle, or
renas ad bladeee Iave vu a flab- mnebbe rI'll grab up a pail o' water
appcerace of the ew. Mleminlly *nN t Uw and dose it *al over him. There's
T,* Tero ueenuta e toa~itone if-. pla e*' ways to calm a man down
*llia iKi.rney Pills ll care you. if a wemn wil -only keep cool her-
6,tald b. fir J T. Miller. .ftse#. aif db try e .'-Strand Maga-
Willinm C p Ig., O.O. .Ir Pap Odad. .0.d ine-
W H i It i~i stperhalps generally known
ufl, M i under what emostanes the name
r m 1of 'TBOnder was applied to the
-... ....lamb Timesm, raysa cnadent
Sf tht New York Herald. Two la-
__ dies ofKe eresplashed with mud
SJ I by an Mbehaved hseeman, and the
nW i 'i2takingtV = ater up, in a
f hiAmanti y vdenosumced
Sthe roeneooes f tie der, alleged to
Ie rW be the Duke of CanWmberAnd. On
the allegation prwing false aoth et
article appeared by way of apology,
i .. orMA"ithNOW .in which occurred the phrase "we
r *et hn. i rMndered out." This grandilo-
ete i~l hP tSe public "fanmey,and
ld b P Z S &IN. md ti ThiMn&erer followed as.-a
eo mLa Redw of OeMM-,
M6,I t aordancewitheBeased .OfP a" of *anawafn" company for
commit of aWt shCAe Sem the moey due on her husband's
cve bides at their soesngto be telM es theP% pe n -m. "t
Ilth day of March. lMs fr h M iWW Me le president maid, "I am traly
peo B 1 a,,as Road ones f am orym, madam, to hear of your loes"-
County for the yeamrlt& A bhad ofI V "T*at' always tLe way with you
hamI &.Ia. n.. -.Mi mi .--iUa.m. < mneI said she. 'You are alwavs
Disraeli's phl rse "Imperium et
lilertas" was- suggested by Boling-
broke, from whom Disraeli derived
.o many of his ideas. The words
"imperio et libertate" are used by
Cicero in the fine passage at the
end of his fourth oration against
a ferAl kMm Ai I
FOLEY'S KIDNEY GURE
cres the most obstinate cases of
kidney and bladder diseases.
It supplies the kidneys with the
substances they mneed to buld up
the worn out tisues.
It will cure Bright's Disease and
Diabetes if taken in time, and a
slight disorder yields readily to the
:wc derful curative power of this
It sooths and heals the unaaay
organs and invigorates the whole
system. If your kidneys are de-
-fanged, commence by taW ng
It will make 6 well.
A ln .h ow" AF-h s U S
Dr. Gee. Ewia, a ckint phyieli at Sath's
Grove, 'y., tfr over ma a write hs nal
experience w FOLEt'S KIDNE CURE: fyeaas
i have gees ea1thred w ney a mWdder
toeom and land. I a ind yi
to e FOLE'S KIDNEYTCUKE Aif r taking three bet.
des I was a 1relySeed uadcws. I prescribe it aow
aiy ctad audits e t all
It lacarmab pliesaucces.
bMM to ad op SEmy ThM bM 1^
Mr. P. Armno Arml, I6a, w ds: "I was reeMe
wb hidaney di meas -hew hm a- I was ermes
and all nm down, aad to be aI vedi aMes duM
the aiglt, bat ee bed.n FO KDNEY CRE
eted a mple -care. I feel btee thadm I em did
ado k as my rieads."*
T" MM 9% Mod SIAS
Ibigv T sbe.i afemiSuel
N41tje-e 1'bl relMV giVI-mm thmat on the 261 i
L.Lv got February, I Os. t.ist. Nx."mu iWlarl'I
401tmaj.almy w Iuit oa.IV ItoIlls Ehxc..Iilemi...
M'at. 4-f phoridLA. l~eor ags,mms111imermt 4P it% 1-o.r* g
to r ill the If.41-owiums .:et.ua
HEi IT RKSIIXEII by timer Nwstmmm
WUA-mIffotwootse~y that time Atiiel' 4)fitegor
I-alion iw niatsmetmdil inl timer 1artividlar
ritatAirticle II lie aut-malt-eto mad ;..% f. -
'ien~ame. tot-liii-s ..i..lt 4.
-.11 Ir wiatividit IShall ihav. m.. .m.a -
'!1 lot- suai. eu maiwt %fillI.- aoprif. I* .
LmkttIi Isk.. ,4,1.1awlt,Ii .mme4rr.-:41 #--t te .
.e-V'~ity. asmtoo~l rzt i-i- t~i er ct .r;.I-not lost
.I lrnviIeps too ht grmsetwi-al -mu.1 "tAt-..
.11 "V t. N~-i.earso. p.rm 11411:S .lo" -1 .-A' :'
Olt* ity 4M~4 ii j.Liit i iiu. S 3'. -ti&..I04
t u al im. ixv .4 got uk -auev. ............r
iAnd ioo atImte4)f AVtivr Vlo.Imti r
.1.4 *Itf.14 M I 0e i ii.i..i ..i o.l i.. ii-,
Amsweed Pis Tiee. *- a.s t, read a flow,:
The doctor who made the reply Am Ta,..: v.
noted ielow was a wise man because '"u-iiU 1. Ti,- '.u-n.--s. f tlo. '.rl.ora-
he replied to a question which no Ai% a a if a oartl of ,-
!.v'te omal im ing of m11 0A -..* t Imlali thlr4..
one could answer in such terms that 'r ii.r.- llau ive- rii-. ni,, .-r i Pir,-
the questioner thought him wise. 'r- 1a.h le d-t e-ruin.ie l. r.-..i nti.. ..e
| ^ ,, 4 A.ekhlder at time anshtieal ael*i;l *
"lDoctor, -aid an old lady to her ., idr t the IeP 'ion ,.t', I;... .i
famnilr physician, "can you tell me i* tirt-vrs o iw. .Iew d at ,.ih-1 .ie 11.1
how it is that -ome children arn "'*tim- Tlie PB.r-si ilae'ea-l-a.,i.r.,-
ra.dumb?" >.,,rearl aind a TIaeaiurer. ea lh o.f w3l.
"Why, certainly, madam," re- -,.a, beeciai by thie wt.eaor tiof wire
plied the doctor. "It is owing to fr' heir .alw.r. Ti..e .ir-c.dr-.ha.ll nil
"" -4.,ckb.,-lde quailed t, vote at dte w v,'-
the fact that they come into the ti,.. at whi tete shl.,l iN. w .e rile.
world without the faculty of .11 BounIl ,,f lihectui n *haI ell 4-Iect.i a&
spe hl*,e aumlsel mN 4ie *4 o ew a A4rrlrait, 11.
.16" r oall str. 1Wi a ld on OwUM. WowlTursadav
"Deart me, remarked the ou )iMyi eariile imr. In ae wfthe tr:lath.
lady, "m'sr just ree what it is to be n,.n" or rwmignatio- of ny of th. B Mninn.
ednea d like a doctor! tI e jult < Io'CrsUl. The renmanin o D*mertmm sliall,
:a jut-, vac, .lir v amicllutmet I tim Il-
asWked my ualband the same thing x*ni metig. Thei dir..r- -h ll
more than 4 doen times, sad all I 14 uSake for 3me vear. and uitil their aw-
could get e*t of him was, 'Became. 'W ha be elected ad quaAed.
they are.'" 1. A. B. Bli ., Swerearv of the .amu
The deetSr laughed. trand hrf -ei...ay. ,l. h.rnbo r ifv ,f, sat
J-- 4 4 ".Mttin m mn o l a.bk14hMrlr. ,I 0he -ai**
BgaziII < .auuBvr hel as the 211 day ot Jfamua v.
A. D._ l0w. there we prsotue thie entire
Cedd Ft n i i*l ltoec ofrmmi Oe MlpanMy, tani that tW
Smith was a gat cyclit, t thad ipt e frem, 0the an,;n dnM lso
very rarely been a a horse. One t.he c r. a- e ~ At .
day when staving with a sporting 'l I.i4 Alicle V = bherinbeh w set fui.1
uncle he thought e woUld like to *ai hM sltee th"i wavtt maonf
follow the hounds, which were to th eMtepot ion dwe t decid m.>+-m
meet near by. So be rrow a WITm wHROr I h e miw
yeng hWre from hi relative which b ,t, ,ierihu a my e m eOretry aid
was not mabh aeemtmmd to tbe the erpew t, mali this the 2st day
hunting fiheL ey.A. D. I. ..
At first he went steadily, UntilI n A.B.BLI.
the horse, being startled by a rabHt 4 t
orfim nrlfromma m ge -U.----
broke into a gallop. le rider was
flung forward on to the horae's neck.
"What are you doL m b lad,
with your arma thme?" j gly
called out his uncle.
"I'm feeling for the lka." wau
Rogers'Lwuwer T ?a and can-
For th compls canot coughs. -olds.
2hn~antaand hmblose ste dall lunn comn-
ito t" ko consumapson, U verwomrt.
iolaluv. have foraesa m an-
ule a etiambliwtdreaaonm t
Is Your Nose on
day in and day out \. without hope of advance-
ment in wages or position ? Then the L C. S.
can help you. W11 train ambitious men or
women, in spare time, frtr positions that pay
well because special training is required for
filling them. If you want to change your
work, we can train you for a salaried posi-
tion in your chosen profession, without loss
of time from your present work.
Start TODAY to Rise!
We can hcp y-ou ,'ualifv, by mail, at small
expense, for any of the fl!owinv poustk .5:
Meet.La4 C ,.:at; :.;a.'r:c.: .'t.rn.a. EecIrical
.sr, EleCaian; Qa'i i Sfq...er; burvncyor; Ming Ea gw-
S Ene er. Architect; Architectural Dcrm Stia
Pait.Shmow-Card Writer Ad Writer: Window Dreaer,
OrafmnaUi l Ds:.-n'er, ookeper; Steographer PFfeac.
G n, or Spansh, "%i I :.nogr. Cominc-cial Law.
WUri TODAY. S. stoMAr upsitae 4 that antrrIs yU, to.
Are now arriving every week.
week there will be a special sale of
Special values are to be had in these goods at 5 cents and 10 cents &er yard.
ariees Still UonUtiwe
On all Fall an Winter Goods.
The LADtil4'sow ~nert Company,
Company, of brgg.N(bN Cdm, twinl
appear at the 1ceem next beuamy
evemaqg, the17th Lq ,in a rednue
edeta~ssetof insle, asongsd
reading. TMwpeasIelofthe com-
Pos bhoswn: Kims armlls
IaDdU, r;Kr. Geogf Fact
week!;di;m nDa Ihs may Craw.
hug ssp.w and Ki.mamrjori
Muieo b, ps. The press'a gem-
oral SpomaInan III *uldu Swm
of Oh es il .The Aols~
(G.)0 mi"ethe blew.
be oim oMThe lIlAh. (Ow-
e" a =p gin,. me of U0 fmm
aftbe mw* I owdtybasm momIi.
- escospmwdd do bad Smesmo
a" mommy p- b INAlbma. The
efe uile nleameswomof a"e amid
OgqudiaNW te mW ~Of thesePar-
bau, Km MbAW4 th bse iealo
%luer, drlghied eM tueMINS SaGo
TWO ewyedo b Wolk her Mr.
OR od low aUnewbios mwbrda
lyricinprms, with am* san uming
WNW as to mooke her of w NOW smud
like as organ. Mr. Fox h a godus,
SA b k gbuthy oh igtw fals e.
-uii yhfenudL Too much -d
ememi be gives t1bbchoke SONiSm
liow. Pnm c, US Ucad W 880eb
an soe i'at W ha@Ys dwo
A new mapof 1lida which was
deduned< by Mr. A. IL Ayos aI
exeeuted by C. H. HmmeMd&l O
of New York, is mW m t- mrkt
Oandw CombinemON& la wb
Nation for th iea bl raryor home.
The map omlmo thu veYpp
mst sad im1pouat 1lm- the
nal pias ofdthe Pamm mMal with
a topogmphidnl Vm, tH ie s tf
iays It has ha msor m whotev
he has be. e as mlO Wes speaM d-
mewn of ad Ielad@ mp ao fe bd*V
forest stte ad stre mdw ad athe
latest paem ad m mI is
For* d sift embs lhm
wred ad nor=& pwi
Charges medeus Dqmhn ofal
kinds: 1rEakM. O6 0 Js
WANTED-A. yiq=Mror 'C
muom bouse, m%- MWPA -
two or..b.am mmL Ad-*
8t. MichaerasCtlMledmMh, Rev.
John (YBri m, I- Third od
Broom stree. Services 8msdy as
High Mamsat 9.
Vespes at 7.n p. .L
Hmday school at 3.
Ms every memrai t *SM.L
Mm at (MOld T evew y Smisy
a wmngrl at T7M
Services aM t, he. enu. .
pal hun mmer a Sixth med
aeeRa. ilmds p ev L. SLp&uks
Derviesi the Phl Buptiech,
eamrof-tPWh ad Alshm suMe,,
SetmdSy Scho ot at
Preamehn at I1.
Baptle Yam PopetUM"a Um kM
Eveiug services mat 7
oweef tmrate at '.3.
Service at the Fid t Pres.bel
d ehrAh, Sixth sheet, Rev. K. W.
Way, pastor, Snday as follow:
5uady school at 9.A
Peaineh by the peaor at 11.
Evemlug srViemsat T7:3
mid-week emrvIe for prayer and
oecial wor-ip Wedmhday at 7:0.
8. P es Epleopal edmreR, Rev.
J. H.. rown, reebwr, COmtre ad
ghthstree Services niday as
Holy (om.ilm oi 7 S L m.
Merde-g Prayer sad sermes, 1.
e Pmayw rad Sermos TM.
Smumy eoed 10.
Eveain Prayer every Wedameday
Ulmy every Friday moral at
sat MeaRlr the Wedrd.
Bv. P. 8tarbld, of Eot ay-
mond, Maise, sayp: "I have mad
BoUe.s' Armca Salve for several
yeanm on my .d army wamd,
ar odmlUte. mesm, and ft d itto
t'huiaa| iler is the world. I me o ,
laM, with great mmeess in my vdw
bary bIlmes." Prime e. at J.
Ge.. Brer's drug store.
I Bargaa in BReal Mamlit.
Smith property ener Third ad
CriMom street, bhlk 7, lots 279, ,
2a 31, fur Six Hundred nihu
0. L. BALTZELL
Bilokl Brikl BEiokl Wine
s for priest before buyin ad ewe
maoy. lack box 3, Crohoam.
Neie rhMrby (gtves thttin, LM. Mmm -
aM ree oswtoe u5
.E AprtlA P. JMee or m--m thisr
ms menetm hctrcutt or niiyas caE-
>CIWJ fM "a
Hmw It Is Wovn and tie Materils
That Are Use.
The warp or foundation of the
Gobelin tapestry is formed of a se-
ries of stout woolen threads, which
are stretched upon the loom. and are1
fixed in. place. The weaver then ap-
plies the wool, which consists of col-
ored thread4h forming the pattern.
Two kinds of tapestry were former-
ly made. In the haute lime tapestry
the warp was stretched vertically
upon the loom. while in the bas.se
Ji.se it was placed horizontally. At
present only the haute lise is made
at the Gohelin works. Some of the
looms for this kind of tapestry date
from the time of Lo-'6 XIV.. but
have been somewhat improved in
more recent times. This type of
loom consists of two horizoanial el-
'inders placed about ten feet apart
sad hel in two uprights framing
a frame. The cylimdeu are mmukt.
ad at the ends in trunniom, whih
work i n wooden sockets so that th
cylinders cam tamn freeldy. lb.
bearing slides up sad down in a
groove in the frame, sad the roller
is turned about by menm of a lever.
As to length, the looms vary from
twelve to twenty-three feet, aecord-
ing to the sie of the tapestry which
is to he woven. So-etm several
pieces of narrow tapestry an be
.* oven upon a single loom of the
ar zer type.
S:hen mounting the .work upon
time loom the weaver firt seta up
the warp of vertical threads, and
each thread is given an extra length
of about five feet in excess of the
,lhsired length of the tapestry. The
threads are stretched on the rollers.
putting the extra length on the up.
per roller. The threads of the warp
are equally spaced, the standard
spacing allowing about twenty-five
threads to the inch. The tension
upon each of the threads is about
seven pounds, which holds them
well in place. When the warp has
been laid out the weaver passes
one inch glass tube between the
threads so as to separate the uneven
numbered threads o the outside
and the eyea threads o the inside..
The rod is placed about two feet
above the working point. To carry
out the weaving process the weaver
takes his place at the back of the
loom with the .rigal design in
colors placed behind hima 0 re-
pasts the design by making a track.
Mg M ink p the thrMa of the
warp, but this is only to give him
the priapal points of the degn,
and the weaver mut be a veritable
artist in order to copy faithfablly the
painted cartoon upoi the eanva.
He is provided with a great number
of spool or shuttles, each contain-
ing a different colored thread. As
the work progren the nished
part of the tapestry roled upon
the lower cylinder, In weaving the
larer pieces the worker is almost
entirely concealed feem view. -"
In all the tapestry of the ancient
period the warp cess of wnolem
threads, and this em to be the
best, for other kinds of threa&&
been tried without much success.
Cotton thread was substituted in
1850 for the wool, as it was claimed
to be cheaper and less liable to at-
tacek by insects, but in 1890 the usE
of wool was resumed, as the advan-
tages claimed for cotton were nol
anktntitbid in nratie._ an, 4k.,
Fowth St., back of P. O.
The lat st yle in the cheaper a
well as11 the higher priced goods
Fine variety t. wlect fnmn and all
goods at the lowest possible priel.
A look at our stock will conmince you
that we canpleaseyi in a spring hat
MdE miliiah- Eip
iemna 3La sarserwma.aa l
nal r A lUech e .ty Is
ta.C. Pemr, iA. W.Df mt-
I0 o.. eW.
>m>o O a o
am&Oee a se&s a
memrerl MtumeLe m Nler m
Sle h Uacm my OLieoa A t-hir. il
ne n..M Ior a oiare
SjS eoat *Hofmml eu aOt l
MW Mb dayof. *For dMA. At A-
wmuls ak T ma tle su tea oS n toPeoAU
AmedmeIn. Is ae soa wid e nthetmm.
At 01ot11 td u --tthslitday of
Frqbwy. A. D MWS.
A. Ld. CUSHMAN, RWee*er.
NOTIC OF APPLICATION
Pbr Tax Deed Under Sectio 8 of Chapter
A at Tt Otitaft No. 5. dated
&b e amd ay of June. A. D.. 9Wbas
B~le d uMill in my oice, .and Im
med -ap iou i twax deed to mue in
-memin ew to law. od certificate ema-
bri; the lbUwiag dnribed property sit-
mined Ia Nm county. Florida. to-wit:
11of=4l Sdimet3,. S.IN. L 24 E-
memedattdedteof te immance of such
eotioiin thm nam of E. A. situpso.
Uikm Maid ewuttlie shall be redeemed
M tuto law. taz de1d will imue thee-
Solicits all classes of accounts
.Courteous treatment extended to alL
SUPERIOR FACILITIES FOR
I t iMa as d I
I SEND TO FRAMTON I
For Your Wheel
Correspondence is so-
who want the best.
The Best Makes and Best Grades in
31 East Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla.
TO 4BCURE THAr
Choice Suburban Property
Ad4omlni and Lying Ilirertly Betwee
FER AXDINA and OCEAW CITY
Immediately o Central ven ue and F P. & A. B. t. t. This dmnirble propeny is nmew
OFFERED FOR SALE
T ractS otaiuns e wm 16. ROLUNO rTABLE LAND. mlmo dira1e r Ma
doem hfr fruit gad eletable culture. ew ttabltishment ', i-fw" an m e othd r I.Wm
As Maehuobft.eTl PIcrUME9QrE Hi;H HAIMMOCK. mioeed with wa.able
Woods. a4 m rndmoanm Oetral aveone. The ocmuoom aod ehmmater of tbs mam.g
mae it speially
SuiMed for Ptks mid Drive.
The all"-yar-MoOd str ietm of Amelia Islands grand bench em the M te
Caer*c chooes.j a and commercial vanta e sne.rmammra m as n*the there.
I7 A aEm_ tlrlay deranbe location f
FACTOSy PLATES fs5 OF COST.
mrge. J~dIme taz or other character of li. Tle smeala pie m aM
Apply to act.
SAM'L A. SWANN,
$12 Cravenette Over-I
coata for $s49; $15
for $1L98 at the great
Mid-Winter Sale of J.
4hmtalI be sunshine Is the boost,., augj
Ventuifuge the btWdVorm
offered toJUImeVb S humanlY j
reintdys be tieomlg thme
fixture Of &a1 eishdlig, A mmhher
-mL. ak.laA moaa.__2
a gradute of MeOw-
miek's and Phlbdel.
pba Optical OleKge.