Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: July 24, 1908
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075899
Volume ID: VID00014
Source Institution: University of Florida
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THE


FERNANDINA


RECORD


VOLUME 2.


FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1908.


IiORTAMT IUU.M rune Gmn



IUVlmU SlEThe N. A. C. base ball team, of
a ... a Fernandina, left here last Monday
m Wi a it dhi-In k = ora number of games in West Flor-
C i j Ida. Though they met defeat the
W iW first two games, they are playing
-.-- good ball and hope to riurns with
The supfeme eCrt ha just render- the larger number of gasp.-e- played
ed an opinion in the suit of the State to their credit.
ol Florida ex rel. W. H. Ellis At- The flrnt g"same n the road was
tourney general .v. Gustav Gerbing, played Tuetmly wills Moalikello, and
writ of error fnrn Nassau county, is said to I.:, ve. Iee-u an splendid exhi-
which is of such general interest as bition ot imll pla.iig, the core stand-
involving the light of the public to ing 2 to I in favor of the home team.
take oysters Iis or on the shores of Again W efdnle- ay they were .de-
navigable waters below high water feateld by Mondticello to the tune of 6
mark. to I.
Th,* full decision ti of such kletth Thurlay they went to Live Oak,
that we cannot give it mpaee, iut tit-; where they succeeded in defeating
gist of the deciesom ina as follows: the teatam of that city in a great game
Sby a wore of I to 0. In the latter


The navigable waters in the st ates
and the lands under uch waters in-
eluding the sho'e or lands, between
ordinary high and low water-marks
are tlie property of the states or of
the people of the states in their malted
or sovereign capmcty asnd are held
not for the purpose of pale owr enever-
sion into other valten, or redurtiom
Into several or individual ownership,
but ort the e of all the paeopi of the
states rd tectively for the purpose of
navigationi 4 mu.ee, Asking and
other uneful purpq aMded by the,
watles in common to and far the peo-
ple of the states. "The title o the
lands of this dhraceer were withheld
by the origiat d taoof this Uileas
eential to ihe soveeltgmy of the
states, to the wdlfae the pemptl of
the states, ad to thepoer exerese
of the potli wm of the stats..
A s'ate ay ake limited dispusil
tio of portions of a ih landsor of
' te eme tnherof in the Iateret of the
public welfare, where the rights of
the whole people of the state as to
asvigation and other sees of the
wters are not materially impaired.
The states candt abdicate general
o otrol over such lapid and the wi-
ten thereon, since such abdication
would be inponsistent with the im-
plied legal duty of the tsite to pre-
serve al esatrol s eh tlads and the
waters thereon and the uoae fieiu
Oar the p abie good.


b Todevelop reorueeaand earage
iW lries the tate by statute pro
vides for granting limited privile
to iudividuals to plant oysters ithe
publUe waters of the state. The stat-
Ie provides that smh rights shdll
not obtAruct, wr interfe with the
aviationn of any of the Mavigale
wafers of thtate, and also provides
that all the xisttg nustral or ma-
terUl oyster ela In the waters of
the late are eaapt from the pro-
viklons of the ret, and that ameh at-
ural or mAteM -aioyter beds shall e-
main sor the kee use of the elmaeus
of ths Mate. Gen. Stat. Of. Flordsa,
SM to 4L1.


to the nvmm*Wa wa m ad thebae&
to w ki lusIdt4the d o r
APN t ero odomay high d low


40W ow ewpleft sweib edanstUwe
,iut~*0 wut of the whole
ouI~f the do*rn I*


game, the playing of Walker for onr
club wasL the feature of the contest.
During the gose he gave up only
thne hits, truck out thirteen men
and out of for times at the bat
made two single and two double hits.
Tsday they play Live Oak another
game and tomorrow they go to
White Springs for one game with the
team of that place. They have
strong hopu. of taking buth of the
latter gamws., and it is the wish of
tO fan here that their hopes may be

Next week we may expect to see
Oe or two games on the local

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Shooner Adelaide Barbour, Cap-
Min Tlton, arrived last Satumrday
,,em New York for J. I. Hill. She
finished loading yesterday noon.
Cargo "OenMiag 870,000 feet, and
mailed this morning for New York.


British SteamMhip Larme, Captain
Atkinson, saIlled yesterday for Sa
vannah. She loaded a cargo piho
phate and naval tars. Means. Jws
G. MeWGfi A & Mo. were the agents.
The British Steamship LUncairn
Captain Jackson,*arrived from Gi
alter Tuesday and is consigned ti
Straehan & Co. for cargo pheophai
and naval sores. The Uneairn in a
m ter ship of the Belesa.
British Stesamhip &leuh
iC ua Dormau, arrived from Phil
Ibiha Monday and is coaeigned t
8 Chen O.-for,. argo of phof
phate and naval stores.
- The Belgian Stemihip Iris, Cap
talin Thirar, Is due today or to
morrow-,
The Schooner Bertha E. Downe
has bhem chartered by Cooney Ecek
tel Co. to take argo switch ties.
The Smoowr H ry F. KrEger he
been chartered for a cargo rern ti
amind iad. .I
-The Schoomer Sarah IDA F O
chartered to take argo o. yeowpO
Iuer for New Yerk.
The SchoonAer Frank W. BeD di


i chamrtiredl fake ema of yellU
plme Iemr.
The Sekomwer O Ms. &. inW
ao de Wor Cargo of yellw ph
l010%e fm the hBi LhaLu er O.

ordimary.er marmal high mad
water marwk, the reeealleMouli ha
entered a judgment agals the m
poedent as to uch lands below h
water mark ia which he clams e
de.ve pvI-Y I
dwTher~t-- -^ t


i fl U O FFUlNCE OF WOui
A ROUSING MEETING OF sIu, A.B. IT.L


FERNANDIN CITIZENS electionforin
The election for councilman in C U OF
wards Nos. 1 and 3 was.held last __
TIE MIJK F Ml RMI 1 THS MTuesdayat the Water Works bui li d- M t cW IM
Ingand the City Hall respectively. JO F ruFibM
ail AT US. Two members from eac wad were
elected. The result was as follows- WN h
_Tum WARD NO. 1. 31 The followingecommunication frova
JT&i. it8 1 g. Ulu ...mons ...... the Waycrous Board of T rade shows
Git Su. i Ci i io Au, .......... ... that nothing is to be left undone tt,
h ook....... .......... """ ward securing the extenslan of the
John Stay, Jr......................... 12A. B. & A. railroad from Waycros
John Btays8r......................... 2 to Jacksonville via St. Marys and
The people of Fernondin* and committee another mass meeting WARD NO. 3. F ndina
Nassan county have at last adopted will be called for the ratification of F. E. Heradez........................
the only plan by which they may the committee's report, and then the T. J. MGeffin............................ Waycros,'Ja., July ROth, 1908.
ever hope to have another railroad preliminaries for actual work will be W. Theo. Waas......................... 2 r. Saml. A. Swanuu, Pres.,
and one by which if carried to con- began. Returns show the election of J. W. Fernandina, Fla.
luosions will doubtless give us an The unity of sentiment as ex- 8immons, (eo. L. Roux, F. E. Her- Dear Sir--I am in receipt of your
outlet and inlet over two or three premed at the first meeting makes nandeand W. Theo. Waos, all of kI er to the Board of Trade relative
roads. the project a Certainty, and the de- whom were former members of the to e A. B. & A. extension from
A meeting of the business men termination with which our most in- board, this city to Jacksonville, and will
from all parts of the county was fle al cities took hold of the en- i tate t it will be considered at our
called by Mr. S. A. Swann, Presi- terprise could not fail of suesse even next rd meeting.
dent of the Board of Trade, for last if the undertaking required a much The anwuf- turer insists upon set- We you folks will follow out
Tuesday afternoon and a large and greater expenditure and was of less ting the price on the labor he buys exam and appoint a strong com-
enthusiastie crowd was presenL Mr. i, ownce to the welfare of our city and the goods he sells. mittee act with and assist the o
Sw stated the object of the met- Tha called b e." mitees from Jacksonville, Way-
Ing, which had beenn made known In ad aol Thatbscaled ,inens." mittees andX
e all, whihand all present gave t ill be expected tht every man The workirng p ask the privil- cross Ft ag to Atand to Mar
the call, and aU present gav~~~~in Fer nandl snacribe to the f ege of having a voice in settUg the when they al go to Atlanta to on-
matter their hearty endonrem extent of his. means, nobody' sub- price of hib eommodity, labor, and fer with M. Atklion ad hisA -
The propositton as sethe rat from e riptim to be called for except by want to be protected against the eiates.
meeting was to build the stall as actu y needed. rap y of trsts o i s. We willvery g Ifyou will
Ferandina to Hilliard where co That s a you mske the
neetion would be made with the A. Femndlna's Interes have r.- TMt is cle d.avio m aam e ur|lang
C. It further believed that the feared for many years for lack of an- _Man Wrern combine to rnse the appoinatmmet, ansotk gtour .t1o
oad to this point woe d cal e the ot r alad ail on a of its priceby limiting the supply of goods all laid to work an l og r alno
oaither to tmiild a co ment link upon outside capital and mai" ctaed. We feel thattile bc nno
from t eorge, thus fording s people for the construction of That i called "high dance afford to juggle w itsLlia
Hanothr gxt L eia tbut we hae at lAt lear ed orkig"um organize unions to preopouii.... .i w, : .1 teu
aIWer, neatval sor-, t_. wed~ iO -what thes vey riY a hait u Lt" runs
brought to thie port. As n 'vat is by ourr xwn eorts, and in a of labor. se g te advantages of eutti" -)
agin thie peo Le Of Ja ovile ; way we tve determined That i called "interferring with Jackoisvi.e sow.
regard aa. e natythe eens of have amther railway, and that noth- free d independent labor?" With best wiles
the A. B. & A. fnro Wayermu to shail deter us in the steps now aA trust s formed to buy up slssll "Very truly 1ar" ,
that city, our Hilliard road woulthei:g ta.ien toward the building of and indendnt factories and close (Signed) A. U. VILLEE,
totu down for the purpt of rco-n ., rcn ttu Bamrd of'Trade.
then have a third cnectid with t pped road. n dwn r t p of c tr of Trae.
tronk line to the great west. Wa wat determined al 'liIcalled Lutieeterprie.i, i furtherance .t ie restn, con-
After a general discuaiuo of the iild d effort. will do ad l see if a new
i, Jaor unionsu seek to control tlhe I taiid it the above coinriuniatiioll
propulsition, however, nothing dell- rai~ad i mIl resachiig out fnnu
p. t anpprenticee system to the end tit la- Presidenlt ,wt of tile Ferlaludiina
nite was determined a to the airee- 'Iniiandina within he iwxt few
-ur be .not reduced to starvation h3oewrd f 't rade nas app.oined Jin.
lion of the road nor the objective: u i s. We -are waking up to our
S.q b (. idinl anJ Fa'ed| I'. liobst a
point out of Fernandina, that ques- int is ;ni that is all that will be t <""" l Fe W. H t
toint beingleft to F ac mitteo qf- iri y s a emt ii ttie o That is called "preventing the *lm*uittee to co-ciperate witli cornu-
tion being left to a committee of f-itf- 'w-a"Ury to ake Fena.idliina one of liult~ f .e-| sI ii, 1 intei y tilt Jack,0on-
Steen mnen, appointed at the meeting, hI. t:"4ggeat and liviest towns in te youth of te vi, VWaycross, FugerAld and St.
together with the early investigation uSta< of- Fiprida. We have the ful trades.' "arys Ha o0 h A hhlacier steals a unijliog ll- Marys enrd ,f i'r-aL, Lu visit t"
e of all matters pertaining to the con- ^al a, vantages for the inaking A tisai en laita antl c r wailsi res-iue.lt At-
struation -of the road and the formas.! f rauld city and to that we itlend jsI hie care. kil.m rof the A. 11. & .. wilh refer-
latien of plans for the orbailati< .-t whatever is secetsary to inake ene to Ute extensi,,,, .f his road from
of the company and the solleitation ty, ftavorabiy with our Nse. Waycrf t Jacksn.'ilHI by way of
L of stock. 4t to he the t. Mlirys and ifnahidna.
S After much action is takes by tmhe or i teit Atlantic coast. tad for his hungry babies ad is 't.n
o n- -. .-- -- _l-t ... st. sent to jail for six muouths.
.e- .r lid uar r.IA That is called "j SAL U T-IE RWAI E
A band of rich men combine to

t I l t d l-d 9-- that might injure their series. "hrnm'
jI >They are called "conservataves." "
*' A baindof thoghfrul ienwithno jA "st ?
I ast Monday morning on the local 4 a etldimeetg of the Board aes to grind asociate eves to Asio o te British
pounds twobmelhal nsine aeepod rtlaytternoon, brlag about needed reforms in gov-'g' ,was arrested d uesday for the-
a armanudia'u.'um' ler set" cosed a proposition r offer- ernumental aars. eing ,ruk aid disrnerly. He ihad
,l a warqadt cont d g .me,, by Mr.. Willam T.la, of T" a .""l e a t serving in Iia r several years
-.u-g some p'ys that o lt d have kauinvilte. Mr. Blain represents t Res."l .il fc ied having served hIs tl ave in ther
Is beem rmouiy applauded in a State n 'f the largest newsnapers in A .....l. cil c costs
leagu gam. Unied Sates and e $fln andockebil0,t worthl ofunc ia-co armd havn seortvme hsl lime enaitheaa


agweg M ,nited States, and he has a pp 35,000 and $3,000,000 worth of dia- '
ba"tnited-Sate@,'nd he has a rop-r
Is n1 ,on to advertise Floridat's i snondis are on display. a sailor on the steamer, Lamtrne, which
Tea I-lage wggs de^|-ion to advertise Florida', i mons are on a sy.
t eldeW" gm "MWhs by a page or more each o That is called "evidence of pro is now in th port. A thi fur
S-it" *drink seemue to eiz! him on Tues-
s of At (e e seven papers to appear simulta- pe'rty.dei b
1 ly on a Sunday, as soon as the Ten thousand idle workingmen day an ing asAe to prorure the
is whg ow Ul N of 6'. lng minister can b gotten up. apply for help. IMmloney frow his mster or. fellow
Stw s .tr. Blaln's proposition received 'that is called "e'ivielj e of shift-1 olors with which to satiste his
Stwo tUR=Bl ,spo,, ]opthoarlesies," thirst, it is seid he t4ok p.*sessloa of
I a.tlon by the Board
In mittee Was appointed to inves- Clearly we are in need of a comn- a pig on board the steamer and car-
i .1 fftIa WLe the matter, later, however, mission to reconcile the difference in trying it to the city disposed of it for
Syp. amittee reported to the Board our line of definitions.-The Com,- !sioney with which he bought "xooae"
oe O o.wing to other more Ima portant, and priee0ed to "load up" with the
Sk4% terms, Wfeb the city and county ------ above resolL BesideM paying a fIue
l 'a l, under consideration, it was inot S for a violation of the city ordinance,
'= i8* &A 2 b ght advi-able to further Con!sider horwill be triedoforhapcioyriattiog the
SdWe, a W Alami propo~aUor. athe union service of the Metho- he will be tried for appropriating the
JMa s 2b. ,* i i .... dist, Baptist and l'reshyterian property of the-vessel to his own lse
he D C I hiamchurches will be held next -unday without the content of the owners,
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PASSING TO E LEFT. A HAR WO BET. SHORT WORDS.
41 Englink Ce tm t ih .mloa Here A Are ,v and Thy Are 09iM t
WlhN Met In Cha.oda CTarryi Feur Bricks Half a Mile Is to 010 Pilnt.
When you go abra yo pet N an Easy Task. The following paragraph on "The
Sfind-things different from at h hardest won lt I ever Use of Short Words- is attributed
an ad You trv to hi d er fro at. remarked the tra;velim man to llorito Seymour. It practice.
ting and a maou try to e S u- < hook-the ashis o ri his -fi-ar. -.hat it preaclihe- therein, sia-e
tlling as a matter "of tcou~.r So it r .., l s four bricks hali a ht it wrda
gagland when you learn Ifat rail- ,. e Tliat senoun like quite for pros eslaf illuvtratio,:
e othvre is no word in it with m-re
ad trains pass to the lef t 'g liull than two syllables save such as are
to the right. as with u. an when g nto do. don't t'- Well. quoted for purpose f illustration:
you find that he am rule of the it mnod you will find out whether "We mur nly tirk
trh"Wand you willlind'out whether u"We rmustunot only think i-L
tatd applied in eity streets ad it is or not of course tile manner words, but we must also try to use
nn t highways and bywas, y iS f ,arr the bnciks i iportant, the chest words and those which i
y inconvenienced, but yotry bet that could carry spech will put what is in our minds
to remember and get along some- two bricks in each hand from where into the minds of others. This is
how r ,e were back to the hotel and put art which the must gain
the great art which those must gain
But when you o toCanada and th up on the counter. The who wish to teach in the school the
Ad thit e I landed s tate of thinp wtrk ere to lie put side b side church, at the bar or through the
d this left handed state of things i 3a.l. two in each hand. be-
1xisting youarP bewildered. There : 't, the thumb and fingers, thepress. To do this in the right waN
has I*en no ocean trip to prepare wten the thumband flger the
you. 'ou pas' from Yankee soil to pointing down. I was t which we learn in early life and
Canadian ril without knowing 1.ed to stop and rest nor to put which have the same sense to ali
When. nd somehow you expect to i'e ,ricks down. classes of men. The English of our
S th ordinary affairs of life mo *Well. thought 1. that's $? easily Bble is goodf men. Now and then some
01ot t Bible is good. Now and then some
ltg along as you have been aees- For a quarter of the dsta long words are found, and they l-
tOnedd o. aronPrrn fth t ways hurt the verses in which you
One day you are in Portland, Me., s easy and I already felt that fnd them. Take that .which says.
the 11ext dav inst. John, N. B. my pocket. But then my
Yoe t d- in St. John N B. m pocket Butgrow tired. The 'O ye generation of vipers, who hath
You fae tohe directioann in which you be fto r r warned you to flee from the wrath
Wish to go and stand beside the :, -between my foreingersa to come?' There is one long word
light hand trolley. track waiting for were hing which ought not to be in it-name-
t tro~ll er. The. car comes, but *-'Iia be mad. I found y self y, 'generation.' In the old version
t S.on- the wrong watifor you. -etr, my teeth to:uter,nd m.lf the old word 'brood' is used. Readl
But'" tioe nexttda e let- or, l, in m' y neck were in a high the verse with the term, and you
out in te next rv ywheou y are i'. of t ension. When Ia hca will feel its full force, '0 ye viper's
out Iln t country you have forgot- n a h d oftnsion. W the hot cal brood, who hath warned you toflee
ten file trolley car e de. Yo !;' in a hundred yard. of the hotel
te enotlier tes 1e. o er wa sa. r clv an inch in from the wrath to come?' Crime
g0, ."'vn. *Anoer team ai-1 ,e b r w n achin sometimes does not look like crime
proC.r-iK s. Yol tu t t thl body that was not aching as .
ei tug eo y on the bo tt n ac h ing when it is set before us in the many
rig! i..:nd remn eipeet ;fDb n i had been stuck full of pins. us h e
rein- e" opectt kohw!Dobabin : d b t f i folds of a long word. When a masl
or 1ade or whatever the beastie's o that last know howlittle distmanaged to steals And we call it a 'defalcation.'
But yo, t no response. On th no onr tand erect and I was we are at a loss to know if it is a
Contrary. 'ihe argument is not con- treniblin like a leaf. and yet the teplunder or a crime. If hare does nothat
luded when the horses stand f other fellow was alongside, laugh- tell th ase t ofth and we ariae told thit
to fate and the one you are dr m as if to split hs sides. And is ase of revarication, i
lag savs unkind thing, about yo u to wien I got into the hotel it was all takes us homeuld thito know fit No
his brother of the shafts could do to raise first one hand what we should think of it. Nt
r* th d tha. ^man will ever cheat himself into
fly that time you have rme nd then the other and put the wrongdoing nor will he be at a lo-
bered, and after an apology ou bricks on the counter. I know that o judge of others if he thinks a
proceed. I ePildn't have gone fifty feet far- to judge of others if he thinks :;Lq i
The matter is especially puz i ,her. I got the $2, but the next speaks of ats in clear, crisp ter
since the driver's seat is o0 day I could scarcely move, and I t o know if an act is fight or wron'
right. But the Canadians fi the didn't get over the soreness for a to know if an act is right or wron.
handy. There the men do t week. It looks easy, but just you to write it down in short, straight-
She talking, and when tw eam try it."-Detroit Free Press. out English.
re passing the horses are checked Queer Freddy Knw.
and the men find them cloe e are all familiar with the A clergyman who farm some o
With us in like wooden shoe of the Chinese, with his own glebe was recently address-
With us i likreerred e he women its dark cloth top. The Portuguese ing a meeting of young friends,
have the preferred posi ons from a shoe has a wooden sole and heel, comparing himself to a good shep-
thsnversationlhow it s should i t. And with a vamp made of leather, fanci- herd calling his flock to follow him.
that's how it shou d fully showing the flesh side of the Looking toward his audience, with
left in Canada.I 't pass to the skin. The Persian wears a high a self congratulatory smile, he in-
s5fat all ex fact, they don't shoe made of light wood richly in- quired:
sonaly oeat sidings. There laid, with a strap extending over "And now who among my young
Ponly k. Washington the instep. The Muscovite shoe is friends can tell me what I do to mn
hand woven, on a wooden frame, Sock? Can no one tell me? Ah,
and but little attention is paid tp thought so. There's Freddy, the
el wh oe the shape of the foot. T-ather is very youngest among you. reAd
Disraeli when contest- sometimes used, but the s 'dal in with his nmwer. Stal p.
1rL of Shrewstary on generally made of silk cordage andti my boy, and tell me r
at appearance before oo cloth. The Siamese shoe ha "Shear 'em, sir; shear 'em."
Z'-ectors of that most corrupt the form of an ancient canoe. with Liverpool Mercury.
lid borough was, on account of his a gondola bow and an open t.
Hebrew origin, received with many a gondola bow and an open t. An Ud Re@l.
ers, etc., a number of men hoint- The .ole is made of wood, the uppr A freight train pulled into a small
g pieces of pork upon pitchforks, of inlaid wood and cloth, and the station, and a ventriloquist on the
shouting out ironical invitations, exterior is elaborately ornamented platform thought he would have
such as, "Have a bit of this," "Try in colors with gold and silver. some sport, so he threw hi voice
a bit of bacon, sir," etc. Waitin- Linc~an's "i s Trade. under a car, saying: "Let me out!
until the excited mob had cooled When Lincoln was practicing law Let me out!" The station agent
down, the future prime minister, in Illinois, he agreed with a certain was called, and he hastened to un-
equal to any occasion, addressed judge that they should make a horse fasten the door of a car. After
them, saving, "Ladies and gentle- trade at 9 o'clock the next morning, working for a time he got the door
men, I now feel sure of being your neither to see the other's horse un- open and out walked four tramps,
accepted candidate, for as 1 look to til the time of the trade and the a of whom disclaimed that tiy
the right or the left or look be- one who backed out to lose $25. had asked to be let out. The ye
fore me I see offers of hospitality I The judge was on time, leading' triloquist had builded better than
on every side." Needless to say, hlie the .sorriest looking nag ever seen he knew and had stepped upon the
was returned with a great majority. i1 those parts. In a few minutes ride of the four hoboes, who were
-Exchange. L.incoln arrived, carrying a wooden left behind.
Tt sawhorse on his shoulder. The His Eyegiass.
This s the story of how Tenny- crowd laughed uproariouhsly, but it It was merely a single eyeglass
son icame to write his beautiful s nothing to the din that went up that the young swell wore, and
mCrossin the r:ir lie had bee hen ineoln set down his saw- Uncle llayrick had never seen one
verysil, and one dy.' wihaen he was'horse, walked solemnly around the before.
very ill, and one ay when he was ,rry nag produced by the judge "TJes' look at that!" he exe ,
nga cenl h sitting grun- :Il" extlainid pathetically, 1ell. to his wife under his breath,
hin m h, 1 l.ous u osaid f judg this is the first time r ever "Wat's tike meanin'i on it, do yo
your-cir, Mr. Tennyson; you ought ., .... ..e nq ird


be expressing our gratitude for supretitious hmnp.e o-onless. maybe, ies euy
your recovery from a very bad ill- Herring fishermen in the old in' hi spectacles on the installment
eesa by giving us something, by giv- world are many of them remarka- pla."--Pearsons Weekly.
lmgit to the world." blv superstitious. For instance, on A Mean Suggestion.
lUe went out and straightway some fishing boats whistling is for- A famous London physician
wrote "Crossing the Bar" and bidden, and neither milk nor.burn- asked out for some shooting. B
brought it to the nurse as a peace ed bread is allowed on board. Fur- though he tried several times,
etering.-London News. I thermore, not even the name of could not hit a single rabbit.
The Red Cres. that unlucky animal, the hare, may "It's awful!" he exclaimed. "I'
The honor of conceiving the ideas be mentioned, and a common meth- killed nothing all day."
utr of which the Red Cross societyod of punishing an enemy is to "ever mind," said his h
tew belongs to Henri Dunant, a throw a dead hare into his boat. ,Write the rabbits one of your
e nch humanitarian. The first Some of the fishermen believe in eriptions._ iLotnone Ao wer
rench n ck attending an odd numbered' sCliptos -London Answes.
tactical inception of Dunant p crew, but the good fortune may be .
p0 was mape b the Geneva So neutralized should one of the num,-
t ofthePublic Utility. They inter- ber have red hair. Th A Typical Y a typnk
asted the officials of the Swiss gov- yc Y.,
erment, and. with General Dufour A Mean Trick. an Thee t Drin undemonstratie
of the Swiss army as its leader, a Some sordid soul who wanted to w shown in tie meeting with
committee was appointed Feb. 9, cause distress and suffering among i asn oded at i nci
1863, to give ilpetus to the move- his friends entered his club the oth- son, who was wounded at
ment The result was the Geneva day and wrote on the bulletin ille. For many ays he
conference of lS'4 and the Red board the name of a town over in ught the captain onhe fields
Cross society.-Xew York Amer- Wales and offered a prizeto any-inthe hospitals and at laslearn
knis. body who cobid pronounce it Here's ing the w wounded t Waihingt
Austria.Hungary. the ae of the town: Llanfairpwll- He entered the car, saw the
By the result of the war of 1848 yngyggeychwyrndrobwllantsy face of his wounded boy, and t
Hungary became virtually an Aus- iiagagogoch. clasped hinds with a "Hello, ca
trian province, but it was not until Tmen the Quarrel Cmd. i and "Hello, dad!"
the year 1867 that the dualistic sys- They were having the usual fam-; No Tru.
tern of the Austro-llungarian gov- ily quarrel. As was as usual, she Brokeleih Now look t t
ernment was established.- On Feb. could not convince him that she oiL What would you say it t
30 of that year a responsible minis- knew whereof she argued. would you
try was formed under the presi- d I go to school, stupid.r'' worth?
dney of Andrassy, and in the fo D l- s a. med. oWisem an-Give it up. But
ewing J3e the Austrian emperor o did," he plieknow what you paid for it


M6AAX IS LOYAL.
toe Plant W Orw Only lW Certaln
ect1ee tof SM sauth.
Many persons whose interest is
attracted daily by the wreaths of AIIi U i
dark green or bronze foliage labeled
"galax leaves" at the doors of the
florists' shops probably do not know NV 1 YD IOJL X ] V
that the plant from which thest Jp
caves are picked is one of the most *Sns.d I *papM
royal and truly American to be A| |Jlj S 'soa3v3 Bq p AMUo sU99)
fo:'nd. In fact, the galax root re- .0 pg 'ap6V Ap iad at 9 I0 q
fuses to grow in any other soil than *
that of the United States.
Not only is the -.alax American.
but it is born and >red southern. J z
It will no more flourish outside of
Dixie than in an alien soil. Few' ~pn Jo30 Iinum|
plants are restric-ted in growls :. o Isalm
so narrow an area. In a -sall :-, Op I. pasn S a Ia.l aqj,
tion of rugged country in the An,
palachian mountain range. when i
the corners of Virginia, North taro-
lina, Georgia and Tennessee run up
together, the galax clusters grow i I
profusion. They are indigenou- t
this region, elevated many thou- .
bands of feet above sea level, and.
although minany attempts have been
made to introduce the plants in
other parts of the United Spate- .
and in foreign lands as well. the ex-
perimients have always proved fiiu-
tile. Neither will the -alax thrive
;n the hothouse. Only the rare air
and mountain loam of its native so!
-44e,1 adapted to its growth. I ,M 4 4 --4 a -09 + '1- :13
Accordingly since the discover '-. '* -*_*. "*.- 4 .* Y 1 T *' -" .' =
of the value of galax leave-s for de- T
orative p:irlses hundreds of ton,* E R
of them have been sent to the 4 + j
northern markets from their native 1 A
corner in the mountains, where dur- .AI LINE IAILWAY
in.- certain seasons whole families --- FOR- -
*'cv. themnseves to gaterinr and Savannah, Columbia Camden,
pack:n!' them for shipment. 'liherePn s S
are many points in favor of the u of the galax,in decorative schemes. i mond, Washington, Baltimore,
A dark -reen during the stummner Philadelphia New York.,
months and a rich bronze after be- I ia ep ia, N w ok.,
ing touched by the frost, the leave. | Seaboard Fla. Lt'd 4
retain their hues for weeks after TI IN I:Seaboard Express 4
they are gathered. Furthermore, A *Seaboard Mail.
they are very hardy, permitting +
rough and ready packing, which Modern Pullman Equipment
renders their shipment inexpensive. t THE SEABOARD FIlDtlhDA IIlMITE): ,Solidel ullman
They retain their freshness and co!- Vestibuled train, St. Augustine sial JaemsonMville to New York 4
or for a long time without being. via Richmond aind Wa hington. lining ('ar(a la -irte) service :
kept in water. Double Drawingroomi. ,
Possessing these qualities, it was Sleeping Cars, Statenuom amid OIs.-rvation Car, leave St. Au-
only natural that the galax should S gustine 11:50 a. m., and Jack.oiiville 12:55 p. mn., daily, including
have come at once into favor for the I Sundays .-
brightening of rooms and the dec- Jt For full information atd sleeper reservations, call on any 4
oration *of tables. Carloads of the i Agent Seatxrd, or write
leaves are shipped into the north S. C. BOYLSTON,
not only for sale in New York, Phil- 4 Assistant General IPamenger Agent.
adelphia and other centers, but also JACKSONVILLE, FLA. j
to he transfrreJ to steamships and+ -
earriedabroad.-1ew York Sun. CAL,SEABOARD SCHEDULE.
+- Departure.
Why doe6 a dog when in slight 610 a. ....................For Jaekanville, North, south and West
la ndi a eog w lit u fght, T 4:C0 p. mn........................ For Jiaek.oville, Italdwin & South
alarm and listening lift up a fore 7:55 p. m.......................................................Yu for North
foot from the ground? Sometimes Arrival................ for North
it is the left foot, sometimes the Arrival.
right. The setter is usually de- *! 811:25 a. m. Fn.m Jekmonville and Baldwin, North and South,
picted with all his feet on the 8:20p. m ....................................Fronm Jacksonville and south
ground. the pointer with one foot 9:35 p. m...............Frnonm Jack-mnville, North. South and West. -
groud, the pointer wihas th one foot ae. ..
raised. The cat has the same habit t. t.. ...,y


of lifting up one fore foot when in
a state of uncertainty. Is the
hearing more acute with three feet
on terra firma than with four? In-
teresting problems these for the
student of nature to study.
, Eight Oxen, One Wife.
To the Kaffir a daughter is a
vastly more valuable acquisition
than a son. Hle feeds her until
-lie is ten; then she earns her liv-
:ni either as a servant at a white
Stiiihly's house or assists her father in
hoeing the mealie and corn patch.
As soon as she reaches a marriage-
able age suitors arrive. Beauty is
a small attraction in the eyes of the
Kaffir lady killer. The father bar-
-ins with the suitor. A very fair
price for a good girl is eight oxen.
A Bad Symptom.
"lias George ever hinted that he
had thought of you as a possible
wife?" asked the anxious mother.
"No." replied the girl, a faraway
look in her eyes, "and I'm afraid he
never will."
"Why," said the mother, "I
thought"-
"It doesn't matter what yon
thought, mamma, dear," interrupt-
ed the daughter. "Only last night
be complained of feeling drowsy,
and it wasn't 9 o'clock."


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Let in all the light you can.
It is perilous to dilly-dally.
When you need specs at all,
youM n.-er them and need them
badly.

Yout ny Not Thik

You NH0d Tkhme
There are defects of vision
which are hard to detect except
by a selentific examination, and
if not corrected in time may
run on into something serious
Indeed. For YOUR O(WN
satisfaction let us examine
your eyes.

J. fES SliERl
Jeweler and Optician
tVERNANDINA, FLA.


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I msmsss-mmm- s-s- msm--
local ]Brevities

pcr9onal tDentton. .

l)r. Foley and Fia their Barry will
s.pendl next week In the city.
Mr. -.\n Irw C.r ones is in Jack-
sonmville this week on business.
Miss Mickler, of Tallahassee, is
the guest of her t later, Mr. L. I)yal.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed
to cure chills, fevers, colds, la grippe.
Mr. A. 8. Allen made a business
trip to Jacks*nville t oday.
Miss Nannie Baker is visiting rel-
atives in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Brooks and family have
moved to Jacksonville to make their
future home.


ville, was here Sunday to see his
wife who is visiting the family of her
father, Mr. Julius Klotz.
For Sale-New house and lot, I50x
14l. Lot 5, block 126, South Fifth
street. Price O80W. Inquire of A.
P. Murphy.
Mrs. Kendall, who ha. been visit-
ing her sister, Mrs. Tyler Miller, for
somee time, returned to her home in
(leorgia Tuesday.
Mr. Hickson and Mrs. Lamb, of
Lake City, sister and brother of Mrs.
A. W. Fife, are spending a week
with Mr. Fife's family at the beach.
Capt. T. B. Lasserre was in Bruns-
wick the first part of the week look-
ing after some repairs for the pilot
boat.
Miss May Powell, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Frank Williams
for some time, returned Tuesday to
her home in Atlanta.


Solicitor DeWitt Gray and wife Mr. tamel A. Swan leaves to-
were here a few day t week. r. day for A e N. C. where he
Gray remaining over with relatives expect to p a few weeks. From
where she will spemd some time yet. there he goes to Baltimore. thence to
There will be service at the Meth- Greenwieh, Conn. He expects to be
odist church Sunday morning, July gone until about the first of October.
26, at the umual hour. Preaching by The Atlantic Dredging Co. hopes
Bev. J. A. Hendry. Everybody is to get away from this port within
Invited, the next few dva TInTe..i ...
--s Their--. o.. t'u~


day for an extended vit to relatives
in Murfreeboro. Tenn.
LAit in Mal-Warrant No. 16,96,
iaomed by Namas Couty to 8. 8.
Goffin for amount of $1,065.48
Local advertising in The Record
will pay you te-fold. Try a few
lines and be convimned.
Mrs. A. M. Turebh and children
left Wednesday for New York to be
gone several weeks.
Mrs. James MeKay is the guest of
relatives in Jacksonville for a few
days.
Mrs. E. W. Bailey is spending a
few days with relatives and friends
In Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. H. P. Morrow and Mrs. E.
Roux and children left Wednesday
for Boston on an extended visit.
The Record office wants your job
work and will mike it to your inter-
"est to have it done here. Send us
your order.
Mr. Carl (leringswald, of Jackson-


here is about complete, only the
work of collecting the machinery and
working material being necesary
for their leave of absence.
M3Le Eva Powell, of Jacksonville,
who had been visiting at White
Stprinffs for everal wek4- a d.. rr,


left Tuesday afternoon for Boston and ".. w s"m
other points in the East. They will here ueda to spend the remainder
be gone ntsil the latter partofSep of the summer with the rest of the
be gone until the latter part of Sep iowell family who-are here.
l'owell family who are here.
member.
Prof. A. H. Nunnally, professor in Miss K atie gart has gone on an
the Columbia college of Lake City, extended visit to relatives in Nova
was in the city Wednesday in the in- scoeia. She left Monday by rail for
terest of hi school and was the guest Savannah, whereshe will join friends
teret of his schol Iand was t(s n the ftvannah steamship line to
of Rev. C. E. W. Dobbs while here. New Yo the annah steamship ine to.
SNew York, thence to her destination.
(et your picnic bills, exeurs'ion The Rev. Amndrew T. Sharpe writes
bills, or other advertising matter from Havana that he expects to
printed at The Record office. Wereach Fernandina Friday evening,
are p.eparei to do this work on the July 31st, and will hold his first ser-
shortest notice, in the best of style vice in St. Peter's church Sunday,
and at the lowest prices. August 2nsd.
Mr. J. C. Powell, of Jacksonville, usie Farham, who ha had
spent Saturday and Sunday with hi. charge of the Western Union tele-
family here who are sumniring at
Sgmraph office here for the past several
this place. lie was accompanied i has aceped a to i
home by his wife who will return ili
the Jacksonville otihe, and IMiss
a few days. ilarroll, of Putimsan, (a., has taken
Mr. Thos. J. Wheeler, is visiting charge of the office here.
his sister, Mrs. 1). Mularkey., Miss Julia Gocio left MInmlay
Mr. Wheeler graduated from Loyola mnirning for St. Augustine whi re she
college, Baltimore, this year with g,.es to take charge of the Postal
high honors. lie will remain here Telegralh office. 3Iiss cio itas
several weeks. been in the office here with her sister,
Attention is called to the announce,- M11s laura, for the pa-t two or three
ment of Dr. Goldstein elsewhere in years, and besidles bIeing a first-class
this issue who is at the Florida operator is thoroughly acquainted
House here for a week in the pra4- with every detail of the -ffSce work.
tice of his profession as an eye speci- She has many friends here who hate
alist. He invites all people in need to see her leave, but who wi.-h her
of glasses or treatment to consult the greatest success in her new |xoi-
him. ti it.


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410 40. 4w 40


Treat Yourself to a


You'll be as cool right here in Fer.

baum Tropical Worsted Suit, as a

be in the Klondyke. Don't spoil

heavy suit. Comfort first, style se

it's human intelligence to have bo

the same price. You can if you b

pensive-ask to see them-keep cc


Extra Trousers

Wash Suits and


SAVOY SHIPrS Gent's Lightw
mer Unde
The kind that please eo, d Porous knit, Na
dressers Balbrig
I _Long and' short lraw
1.00,1.50 and 2.oo i+r S ur sliev

Washable N e ear for Sursin


is for summer, aut
For dressy uses or


... ...........5e As advertised, per yard



now on sal






ROTOR


A letter received from Rev. E. W.'
Way states that .he and his fnmvily
arrived safely at their destiUiatkoa iiI
Reidaville, N. C., last week. Their
many friends here wish them a *de-
lightful vacation m nd a pleasant ansdc
helpful sojourn among the relatives
and friend, of Mrs. Way. The fan.-
ily with the exception of Mr. Way
will be gone several months.
Mr. A. P. Johnson left Monday
for Hot Springs, Ark., where he
hopes to be relieved of an attack of


Vhtt*- ~.a d#'%- 1,14)k- .p. *.1


.;lOh ;lovi* (. h'.01inir

-* *. too-- I A 1.3!a g qxin d
tills. w l dPIS iii lo .;it -r s.


inflammatory rheumatism from
which he has been suffering for sev-
eral months. His many friends hete 1
sympathize with him in his affliction
and they, too, wish him a speedy re-!
covery.
These are times when the mer-
chant cannot afford to neglect his ad- os .eranCqc
vertisements. Under the present I
conditions the people are pareticing "PUTTIG U"? P".U" TIME
economy in buying. They are trad- ha .e.. ts ,. :t.I i.r,0s I'n on


ing where they are offered the grent-
est inducements and these induce-
ments can best be made through the
local newspapers.


*Until F-0 1 fi'K i -'.S-m l
lE~S5,-az,.k* I ~I' I mi.!get
lass-vy. Sii:,,a r i- i, -;v ( osr'-s.in
l argze poto t ti?' 1:. ii4-r


An excursion froi Jacksot ville is The K.lly lIr, *r: M're
billed for this place next Sunday amid you'll aG.t t' -. ', .a tffr as
a big crowd is expected. it is given -e-ry t lim, 1.: ,: -lrts
hy the printers iandl pressmeni.'s :adlS p a1 t l11.1i.. ti -- |to prefer
allied tr:nl|rs unions of whom there it.
I are n:ny in Jacksonville, aind all THE KELLY BROS. P .
Sothiler.- who wish to rome are given
San <.o.pprtunity at very cheap rates. Fernandina, Florida,


L Pleasant Summer X


nandina, if you put on a Kirsch-

man in ordinary clothes would

your temper and your linen in a

second. That's horse sense, but

th, if you can have them both at

)uy here-these suits are not ex- X

)ol. We have suits from $5.00




in Light Weights

Wash Trousers


rwearight Sum-
erwear Gents Leather

insook, Lisleh
gan elts

e shirts 50c 25, 50, and 75 cents each

e Silk See our line of Arnold's

tumn or spring.. lWash Fabrics
r constant wear. All at reduced prices now. Come
..................... 471-2c in and look them over.



e. Mail orders solicited






HERS, HOE


FKrID W. IlOVT, President.
J. HI. PRFsOxrrr, Vice President.


First National Bank,


FERNANDINA, FLA.
Capital ..... ............................... ......... ....K..... M ,k :.4,I
Surplus ami u undivided lrofilt............... ...... n.m.o.imt
Sharelolders' Liability............. ................... MIOt:.tMU
Total Responsibility............... .......... 1tH n1,t.(m
O WIUTS OF mNm &IWS, FIRs ASB CIRM.ATIUS SO .
Safty Deposit Boxes for Rent, $3 and Upward per Year.
Four Per Cent. Interest Paid in Our Savings Department.


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Mrs. L. Moore and child, of Jackson-
ville, arrved here Wednesday and
will be the guests of Mrs. Moore's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Mac-
Donell, for some time.
Dr. C. H. Frink, wife and child


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Attormey-at-Lw,

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Oflme orn 0 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. M.

DR CARROLL H. FRINiM
DENTIST.
K noon u 1.1B and .Jeoareys oBul'tlng.
:M Contre Nwreet
FKRNAN)INA,. VI'A)UIDA.1

William. Kidney Pills.
Have v,1 II,--c-le-te.l y,,ur Kilmes.<'?I Hlarv
y u o.verw-'rki.il '.'our allerv, s' ev'ti* 111an
caq"t- tru .t* \ ,,0r ;'hl e .ly ;nid hila
dier* H:Wve y,,u :,;i:n0 iln li.,nt. .i.le. ha groiusto'll Iitadier' H;i<.e v..u a di il'l.v
appear.* i, -' **I: lhe- !t.t r.e e -.it I i, ! eyte? To. fr-,'ew 'sn" ;i eh.ir.- I, urin-.? IIt -
Williau- rKil-.v' lit ; will ,'re. vyox
8o0i. lv l Dr .1 P Pri: 5 ',-.e-.
W 'i!!i l- M't'. Vi., l'r. ri.veltiid. 4l


4KkIiY

Wenw
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Be Tu Opem Tar wl
Like n ymn, bird and gulp down what*
ever t.ow- '*** 'i.edine may be offered you?
Or. c.:*, -.. %tant ti, 'now something of th !
comnUli.. rin .ind : *I ,!-.:t-er of that which
you ta.* i'flw yoti t stomach whether as
Iad1 or atfd ii-iiie?
MoL i ;t,M, i!llt and -enqible people
now-a-days Inist c;: knowing what they
employ wliw'ter a.s fa.l or as meoriine.
Dr. Pierce, '*,i-ve! th-v have a plNrf-ct
right it.di : *i n .wh .lHu.wledtge. iohe
putb.: :-'.1 iM lasT and on each bottle-
wr. .r. wha';t', tin are made of
San m iPre& T)is he feels
he cv.' wvd Iehause thto a=
the i!cr dints which Ahi medicine
are, i. ai re stdiei and understood tte
ru >7ier superior curabve virtues
Tor the re,' of woman's peullter weak-
nP,;-, rr .:iiarltle and derangements.
i: .i; r f:isqunt headache<. tack-
at<:.:. ,r:' ." :-lowMn pain or di.4trcs in
l.O.ir ai : "':L <1 1e-lvIc rglee:i. a"eom-
pn ,;..' .i. ".',e .. with a .14.alita ing. .
.1 6.< ;r..:0l dr:ilau a dl kindr-d svo,i
t. d- <,',:n-l;.. hDr. Pierce' Favorite
I.. is ; i m-utt efficient remedy.,
II "' > .ff***-''tT.lve in 4'iirilZ I.*:,'{f:; .
I'!" I... i V.41. i. strength ; i:r :4lg
lm ::iI iln preparing the systci: of
th. i:r. niMotler fot r forhay''lml .
thli- "*. i'i.e childbirth -afe and ni
pz;, "1-iv |> ,!fileS-. TIfhe "F'avoril,- '-
S "l ;* i- I I'tt :t potent. trenailtl:. h :9
t"' ii, .'-" 'a r; -l sys til 1a1d i Ut Ifi"
or.::tiL..L4 distiietly fren"imainee i particular.
It I*a a.s .sAs tlhinimg anut invigorting
nmrvine and iclre., nervous exhaulstion.
nwrvoit prostration. nieuralgia. hyste-ria.
s.,>t-nis. chore'a or St. Vitu-,s dance. and
otl:.r ,,.i-tres.sint nervous symptoms at-
tnd..nt is oni, finctioe.ial aind organic dir-
ea--.- ift the tii.ianctly feminine organs.
A h'4st, of mni.lAcal authorities of all the
sevor.al -v.hI,4 of praet'icei. ecoinewnd
earlh ,'f I; ::.-vsral Inglr'iliellts 4 o4 whih
.i';.uri' i'r .ription" is made for the
eure.,. hedise ..s for which it isclaimed
to IN- ;. ilir Vou li nn:v read what the-v
sav f1'r !uy,.'ePlf iby seiMling a postal t.ard
ren1iStl. for .1 fre tieetklet of extract.-
frot. Ithel. leading authorities, to Dr. K. V.
Pisere.. Invalids' Iotel and Surxical In-
stitiv.e. Itiffalo. N. Y..and It will oiMnt
you by return po&.



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PIL.iT PILS I PILUBIS
llr. Willisai"' Indian Pile Oiatluenlt wil
cure Blindl. iwlingx, Ulemraledaizd Iti-Im.
Pilm. It abeosb the tumou, ,llewy tlh.
itehig at oee. acts a pomlee. KIv> i:;
tant relief. DrP. William' Indian Pil,
*gitaent M prred omly fnor Pil an<"
Itching if the privateg ad nouin) el.-w
Cvr. ,z iM garamied. Sold imy ,irun
W'ILL,!&I 6 <0X) *>p-m""
#' tq'l lie TPharuac


explained to him that a present was his ,o (.rfortabhi tipped back chai
expected in return, he suggested a by tlhe -tove. "If I was Terry Do
pair of gloves. The damsel, how- lam n,,vw anId out of me job, I'd Nb
ever, had heard that he was im losir:.' '.*e dollar., a day instead <
mensely wealthy and gently hinted wan sivinty-tive. You think o' that
that something for her neck would MPle derir.. an' 'twill put the hear
be more acceptable. When the pres- int,, v-ii same as it has into me."-
ent arrived next day she conjured Youth'*. Companion.
up visions of a pearl necklace as she
tremblingly undid the parcel. Then Doctors ould Not elp Ber
was disclosed to her disappointed Dold Not elp H
g, gaze a Jap's idea of "something for "I had kidney trouble for years,
her neck. It took the shape of a writes Mrs. Raymond Conner
bar of soap!-London Standard. Shelton, Wash., "and the doct',
SJ | could not help me. I tried Foley
SJohn S ,ith Kidney Care, and the very first d,
Transferred to other languages, e and
* the plain name "John Smith" seems gave me relief and I ant now cur.
v to elinhb the ladder of respectability. I canot say too muh for Folo'
*a I- Latin it is Johannes Smiithus: the Kidney Cure." It makes the .1
' Italian: smooth it off into Giovanni eased kidneys sound so they w
SSmnithi; the Spaniards render it eliminate the poisons fromm the tds
. Juan Sinihus; the Dutchman adopts Uhal, they do this, goxxl health
it a, TTins Schmid: the French flat- imisible.
ten it into Jean Smr.eets; the Rus-
s:an turns it into JonoT Snittow- Iearnin Japano.
ski: at Canton John S:n;th h.come The Japanese language Is not dimffI
Jaetmon Shik-l;t: the le-,ie..rs sa to learn, but for a forelner it
l'he ;,Ini Stin th-on: among the Ti-!- Lmuense appliention before he
c.'!i! e! herb-comes Tonim Qa nitl read a single sentence In the
tis: in Poland he is known as Ivan Japanese hieroglyphlce. It is a cr
Sehrn*tiiweiski: amon the Wes' fact. however, that the complex!
,..: tle'l ('all hir Jihon the ysteim umak*e no difference In
Su.hnidd: at Mexico his name is ;tloU0. for it see proved r
iwrtten Jontli F'Smitr;.. in G-eec,. g J apaneet Is two fLabtrl.


UP IN A BALLOON. WOODEN COL.... LJTiO:;.
Me Exhilaration That Comes With a Produced I En.. r .., ;lumbers Foa
Trip Threogh the Air. Special Uses.
Floating softly up into the blue Collar button.- cre made not only
oce;n of air. watching the earth of various metals. but also and inl
sink s!ow!v away beneath us and great numbers of wood.
fad and change quietly to an m- Round sticks of wood are fed into
fad(' and change quietly to an im- .
machines which turn the buttons
nnm::se map spread before our won- and eut them off automatically.
during eyes--such are the first im- Taken from the turning machines,
presoions of balloon voyagers. The the collar buttons thus made are
noisy shouts of those who come to placed, thousands of them at once#.
wish us "Bon voyage!" Ibecome in a barrel shaped receptacle con-
fainter and fainter until absolute training japan varnish, in which
quiet reigns about us. It is so still they are rolled and tumbled uatl!
that the ticking of the clock in the each is completely coated.
barograph is heard noisily counting To be dried they are placed, thou-
the seconds as it traces the line of sands at a time, in a similar dryin:z
mnr upward flight across the sheet. apparatus, in which they are rolled
Meanwhile the earth map down and tumbled again to keep them
hlo,-. us stretches out larger and' from sticking together until they
lar::r. but its details are fading are thoroughly dry, and then they
ane! aIroming blurred. High hills are the finished buttons, which have
ha%- changed to flat surfaces. A never been touched by hand.
river winds and bends its. way! Wooden collar buttons are sold to
thrro;_,h the duller colors like ai tan- the trade by the great gross, but
::. A ribbon of silver. A small lake ; they are not counted out in such
;.. :. in the sunshine, giving life numbers, for even machine count-
;:,,,I ir<. ti the olwbr sales almiut ing would take some time and cost
t. .\ railway train creeps slowlymoney, so the weight of a great
i.. t- r:il of smoke streamin gross being known, discovered 1by
la.': r it. RBut n, we look it sud- actual counting and weighing, they
1.nly. dli-a(lN'ar:- from sight. ap- weigh out the buttons for packing,
1;are';itly swallowed up before our such and such a weight of them
Then we (;.-;lize that it has making a great gross. In this way
uI, ,' :,l into the tunnel through a they practically count out 1,'724
hiil' vbi'h to us s-irf':'ee. Now it appears Wagain, ing in the trade the wooden collar
C-o,' i' out oni the othir -ide I button unit.
,o th!; wonderful scenes co;ome and These collar buttons of wood are
go. ever ehanginr. 6u:t e.er ,zra:inl sold to dealers in laundry supplies
and in p:rin<:r-se-v,!'-: !!;t coill .tnd to m: '""-trer- of shirt
back to us real and vivid, that w. w.'i !. A ...:t,.l:r the number
may live them over a.zain in later us,., for these purposes is enor-
davs. The cloud effects are ;t :: tiie'- *:a, i. a;iu:nti:- to, many millions
the m<-t beautiful of all. After ha'.- -un!v
ing msiled up through these into the W oeien dazzling sunlight we see the snolvv iinor ii,<,.-ct of factories
billows just below our car. the shad-' :kil: a ic..,.a!ty of turned wood
ow of our balloon falling upon their goMIs.-New York Sun.
white surface. This shadow is often --. -
furrounded by a halo of rainbow A Difficult Roll Ca:L
colors of rare beauty. At such The professor of English in oea
times one has the feeling of having of our western colleges was noted
left tile earth completely -md to for being very absentminded. It
have reached some other planet. was his custom to call the roll each
The white masses just below seem morning before the lecture. One
to be quite solid and look as though morning, after calling a name to
one might step out of the balloor. which there 'was no response, he
and take a stroll over them if one looked up, and, peering over his
only had snowshoes. The air i; spectacles, he asked sharply:
wonderfully clear and pure and "Who is the absent boy in the
gives one a feeling of exhilar:r;:icn vacant chair I see before me?"-
much greater than that enjoyed in Lippincot~'.
mountain climbing.-Henry B. Her- .
sey in Century. The Reiedy That Does.
h "Dr. Kingl's New Discovery is thi
Where Soie Must Swim.m that dk. the healing other
In the Dutch army a man must r that d the healing
be able tr. swim as well as to fight. Ipromis. but fail to perform," say-.
More,,ver, if lie is in the ravalrv he r I. .'iersn., of Auburn.
must have a horse which will take a ( entire, l'a. "It is curing oe ,,f
river as easily as a hunter takes a throat antd lung troulleoflongstanl
fence. Swimming maneuvers are ing, that other treatments relieved
part of the regular drill there. Col- ,,nily tenimorarily. New Discotvery
lapsible canvas boats manned by a is thin ,, timle -oi luch goMo that I fi&l
few oarsmien lead the horses so that ti l for a r
they dlo. not attempt to land on t its tiu u a r
tee qus an other il sanable length of time will re-tonre
stone quays and other diilhcult T re-
points. Thle men swim across with lie *) l rf(t health." This re-
their horses aiml on them. They do inowniel cough and enld renmeily aI.d
it in swimming costume and in all throat ail lung healer is ,olid t J.
the accouWrn.e.nts of war. There ";h(-. S hrer's drug store. 5ite aind
are few nautical emergencies in $1.lM. Trial bottle free.
whlichl the Dutch army is not pry-
parc'el. Some of the oilicers have A Compensation.
even reached a degree of proficiency it was inot always posibile f:,;
that not only their horses and kit Mrs. L.e.hv from her permanlne!
(crIc 'the river with them, but their station at tihe washltiub to alpr.
pet io,,s sit upon their should, riaitte the silver linii,. which M!
and are' borne over almo-t without Leaihv discovered, in evcrv cloud aUl
getting wet.-Stray Stories. j int.h, out to her.
"I've lost nt' job. Nora." hlie sa:.,
Something For Her Neck. clrfull. "hilut thi> is the tin:,
A ludicrous, story is told of a ou' ght t,) In, thiank.ful I'm no
young Japinese engiueering appiren- i as smarrt as. some."
tice in connection with the ('hlinst- "Why would 1 be thankful fo:
mas custom of kissing. Hle was that?"" inquired Mrs. Leahy, pau-
serving his time in the north of ing for an instant to wipe her gli.
England and was astonished when tening forehead with her dam:
a waitress at the dining rooms which apron.
he regularly frequented kissed him "aTis aisy seen," and her hus
under the mistletoe. On its being band g:ized tolerantly at her front


weakness, laise back, and all run
down cemditions. 1Bet too for hills
and malaria. Sold under guarantee
at J. (Geo. Suhrer s drug store. 5kU.

A Well Won Banquet.
"-Oimme a ilimne for the newsboys"
dimwr." a boy asked as he shoved a


dirty hand in frout of a man at Tenth
aUnl Main streets.
"I hIven'tt sei'I .nytlhint in tihe p i-
iers :ilmut :a niewsiWmyS.* dinner." thie
:m:iUn s-id. "Wihemi does it take place?"
"Ji 't as so 'c is1. you )give mle the
'nio 'tmsu I 4,ni 'a."et to a liiutc-i eouniter."
hIe Il.-v sai,. le got the (dinie.-K:an-
a Not His Funeral.
!r-. Smith relate 'llv reminded i
hier husband tihat tlhe silver w;a-
hie~.-, the furniture wa- hers, and 'o-
on. until poor Smith almost wished


S li had married a girl without a pen-
in.. The other nih!it Mrs. Smith
a'-.oke to hear strange voices in the!
: krer part of the house and, vigor-i
a 0 ,lv punching her husband in the
Tl,. called: "John. get up! There
*re burglars down Mlow!"
"Eh ?" inquired Mr. Smith sleep-

"Burglars downstairs!" shrieked
Srs. Smith.
n "Burglars." said Smith as he
r 'urned over. "Well, there's noth-
S1ing of mine there'"


I


The Smile
that won't come off, appears on ba-
by's face after one bottle of White's
Cream Vermifuge, the great worm
medicine. Why not keep that smile
on baby'f face. If you keed this
medicine on hand, you will never see
any thing elke but smiiles on hi-' face.
Mrs. 8--. Blackwell, Okla., writes:
"My baby was peev.eh and fretful.!
Would not eat and I feared he would I
die. I used a bottle of White's
Cream Vermifuge and he has not had l
a sick day since. Sold by J. P. Mil-
ler, M. D.

Better Than Brains.
A i~:i. dY.,;spejti.c little nzuuAster was
walking out one Monday noruitng
wLif' he clcaui-,'d to ip'ei't two brother
.l-rytyuwea. i .:,. heari.v lo% itnI fel-
iuws. After their custwtitanryv mr.': i:
dhey asked him how thiets lo.iLked. lie
pui,.l :: l. n:; far'e Injd s-u.d v eryrti;j :
wa. badt. it wais a dysnc worll. auuJ
the outlook was v. r'et,-h#l. "N.,w.
brother." iajd .1-s qe.-:*,:wir. --yo i are
W!'-:ti yluVS it-". nl')l' hia g is the* l tat-
tior .toii yo'uer !r:,.'u. Youu wa.t t)o :et
that right, like' ours.'" slauip;ugt I4
comrnde on the shulIder. Uteua the


genius rebuilt it on a magnificent
scale in Ii]0o. In 1;;05 Clement V.
removed the papal see from Romne
to Avignon. and the Vatican wa-
in a neglected and obscure state for
many years.
Nicholas V. in 1150 conli':'<-eeI
the great wr.!k of i:ifking it ti i. o
ble palace t at it now is. .After
the return of) t!hi plontifi'eal o,
to Il:o1110 it e':ir-nie the' actual r I
denc-e of the pope. One after :
other a Ione, line of popes hlave a,.
ed splendid buildings to it. and :t"
pre-crt the lowest estimate gi\,-
the ni'nber of rooms at 4.4'?.
(;ra:lua1ly it has lhen enrie-
with great paintiIgs, I stat.
book. oes' and tntiquitles of **v.very !
scription until it is now the wor. '."
richest depository. The museiu .-
of statuary is about a mile in len -
and contains more than '0.1'.
statues that have been exintmi!
from the ruined temples andl I. '
aces of Romne.
The Vatican contains the Sis6,n
chapel. built by Sixtus IV., 14:3.
and adorned ly the wonderful gen'
ius of Michelangelo; the Pauline
chapel, built by Paul Ill. in 1540.
the Loggia and Stanze of Raphael
and the court of the Belvedere.
The library of the Vatican is tru-
ly a great one. It is exceedingly
rich in manuscripts, containing as
many as 40,000, some of which are
by Pliny, St. Thomas and St.
Charles Borromeo and many lIe-
brew, Arabian, Syrian and Anne-
nian Bibles. It has about 50,000
printed volumes and several rich
museums of ancient and modern
articles of vertu.-Exchange.
He Noticed the Likeness.
A Parisian swell had a crayon
picture of himself made, which he
afterward pretended to find fault
with.
"It does not bear the slightest
resemblance to me," said he, "and
I will not take it."
The artist protested, but all to
no avail.
After the dandy had left the
painter added to the portrait a
magnificent pair of ars' ears and ex-
hibited it in the window, thus alter-
ed, to the gaze of the curious, pub-
lic.
It hadn't been long exposed wihen
the dandy entered the artist's stu-
dio in a towering rage, and, fndnli,
that threats amounted to not hi,:'.
he at last offered to buv it, even ,It
a considerable advance upon tir
original price'.
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F OMA' CHAIR FACTORY
JACKSONVILLE PFLA.

Time's Cznes. Jeffe-son Denied the "Alligator."
I take, no;.. plhilo-ophically The lute Jo,..ph Jetrerson told t -:
said. old Broth-r )Diner, who was a following storyV on himself. "i;
.'reat. hand to cog-itate. "dat in dese i:nci;e.t -ow*;-rtd at Palun M lHa :..
;:.s, whillt we are less as glad as b'a.. hl-t wtnier not more than .',
-t e -v 'e don't make so much fuss about it eo'tage.
.s \:e u-ed to. We resplets and in- I A uniquIe t1*ure at thli resort is
;iaw-e( aI:sk action a.s much aA we "Alliailor .,'**.' a half breed trapp-;
,- .r Id, but w, don't shot so loud :,! ,-;i .:..' s a ;i,;cures.,ue anu
.Nowadays de prodigal bring aiong .nit-i. illi ;iaracter. A norti.ern wo-e
i:s own calf If he don't he's li'ble man:n. imwVly arrived, had evidently
.* butt up ;'in disappointmentt. iieard of lie.L haman landliark aid
1',-a leap iao' for solid business was out loioking for him, but thle
..** t!::'.. in:d lots less for noise on!y i',herman on the piier thati
*:a.. we u'ed to was, yassah." ''r.ii li 'ned to l l Mr. .h-0Tr1
N..-as City Independent -.,. le was Punishing English Schoolboys. .' he 1oked extremCiely unlcoti;
In English school. for boys the I' ;" ishig garb.
punishment t is inflicted for the h' -ew ( "r said, "Are you not
inst part by the students. BYr way ,, r "' r :' r e ti! ,
f example the. cricket captain or ai,* asr h."' ,:, ': "
ite football captuiai can give so I :OI !
tnamny cuts with the cane to a player: ;. l he. it. > ; .*, m:.1:"
,vho has not done his duty. A well ;tl ley the l.l*ig'ator.
knownn English authority on educa- A Cheerful Facz.
'ional matters eal!ed attention to To wear a iie strange fact that "an l:etr to a he:::' i :, ,; .. ',...
i'tikedom or actually a daike himself ",,, touietke.ps..r cl-:ns. tI. frt.i: t.%i ;*
I may be well thrashed at Eton by an and porch1 sicfoere slta' s.t' the e11,0<' t.?
rihts-, she diws ,ot wet-all te o0-,-. eij
annoyed monitor, who is only a r
.olfellow after all, and nobody pri is -or Ol an. mhr l si. "-
;:!e. the slightest remonstrance."' tion for her neighbors. We e**.i ,;iei
:i the other hand, "the son of a vil- our he:!rta'ches r ore qnwkly w'heiN we
.4e cobbler cannot be given even begin by considering the friends who
:** stroke bv the headmaster of are near us.
village school for outrageous. THE VATICAN.
,nduct without also seeing enough -
.ir made in the village to incline Hoem of the Popes Is the Worid's
'!.v to think that the constitution Richest Depository.
'iad come to an end."-American The Vat can cover. a space of
Boy. i,,... t f..t in length and 1.11m> f-.t
in hreailth and is the lar 'e-t palace
It Can't Be Beat. in the orid. It is in ljo:ne. .tn l
The best of all teacher' is experi- the right bank of the rir-r 'Tiber.;
mese. C. M. Harden, of Silver City, and on the Vatican hill. from which
North Carolina, says: fiM Ele.t derives its name. It i -.d"1 teo!
Nort Carolina, says: i have ..-en founded bv !Po, )i" A -
trie Bitters des all that's elainedl for aehus who eroded a si all .1
It. For Stomath, Liver and Kidney on its site about 300 A. D. On this
tnruhlem it can't be beat. I have site, too, a building was inhabited
.tried it and find it a imos excellent by Charlemnazne in SOO.
medicine." Mr. Harden is right; Several ti:ies it has fallen into
it's the best of all nwdicines also for decay and been restored Pope En-


mA

Happy

Home


To have a happy home
you should have children.
They are great happy-home
makers. If a weak woman,
you can be made strong
enough to bear healthy chil-
dren, with little pain or dis-
comfort toyourselfby taking



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Sn will ease all your pain, reduce
I flammation, cure leucorrhea,
(whites), calling womb, ovarian
tmuble, disordered senses, back-
ache, headache, etc., and make
childbirth natural and easy. Try it.
At ad dealers In medicines, In
51.00 bottles.

"DUE TO CARDUI
Is my baby girl, now two weeks
old," writes Mrs. J. Priest, of Web-
ster City, Iowa. "She Is a fine
healthy babe and we are both doing
nicely. I am still taking Cardul,
and would not be without It It
the house."

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HIS SHARE OF THE .LOAD.
A Stery ef ArchdIke Albre ht and a
Peasant Gir.
The Archduke Albrecht of Aus-
tria was fond of hunting and spent
a month *r two every summer in
the Tyrol and upper Austria in pur-
suiii of th*e hamois. On these occa-
sion- he wore a hunter's uniform,
wl:i Iih vas chronically in a shabbl)
cond1itiont One day he wandered
awiay from his party and, finding
that night was coming on, began
hastily to descend the mountain to-
ward isehl. Soon he overtook a girl
of nineteen or twenty, who was car-
rying an enormous load of firewood,
on the top of which was ferehed a
chubby child about two years old.
The archduke hailed her, and the
girl greeted him with anything but
a friendly look.
"What do you want?" asked she.
"Can you tell me the shortest
road down to Ischl?"
"I am going there. You can fol-
low me," she retorted curtly.
The archduke went on beside her,
but it mnade him uneasy to see her
bearing so great a load.
"This is far too heavy for you.
my girl," said he. "Give me th-t
child. I will carry him."
"Much you know about carrying
children, old fool!" she exclaimed.
"No. You take the firewood and I
will keep the youngster. You mayv
well do that, for if you hadn't ,:,.t
me you'd run a good chance >.f
spemngd tin e night on the moun-
tain."
The archduke undid the scarf and
transferred the fagots to his own
shoulders, so that, with his gun and
game bag. he was pretty heavily
laden. Then the girl fell to chaf-
fing him about his ridiculous ap
pearance, and as he trudged on for
about an hour he began to be a litt'..
tired of his bargain.
Suddenly at cross path he came'
upon his suit, tmd their greeting at
once betrayed his identity to the
girL She fell on her knees before
him, and tears sprang to her eye"
when she saw two of his hunters re-
moving the fagots from his bruised
shoulders.
"Don't cry; there's a good girl!"
pleaded the archduke, distressed.
Then he pressed a purse into the
baby's hands. "Ilere is something
to buy your mother a donkey." he
mid, with a [indlv smile. "S',e
might not always find an old fntl
to help her carry her firewood!:"
Glazt.c Currant Buns.
So.it* a ('1.1 of cotimpIre-sl vea;:t
in ..* '~.i ,"J '," -'al.ied and :-s.*.-
ed I'! i! ::.'. A t- .+ pint l" : tlh ,
sa1. r ...a) tree e,;p- of
fl,.. I t' i i il0( ti':l
c .* a ; I :' hi* n *.I'
S ]: .. :. .,, : ,' tO half n f
" ll < v:< > : -; *f c- i !.f
- ; -ll i 'i ,'_ t ;* ( I'h' '
,tw+ '

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,. 2 '*i i ':- a -.* .
th i,: : -, !' .. ., .i ;' .:",
st;ar. i t ;: ,, ii ,, .:..
spriikhe u,!; *_r.: :.
si .'.r ".* ;' .ru l' t ; ', i '.n
g .,.e : a ':t ta f .:.o ]~ f '< .lt .
unt;l a !Iai;vV ,' : :*.:i. f,,-"ucdi
'Thi-' "'**e'r '. i.ake., two i:ns of LIn?
-ito.-tou Post

Highest Lake In the World.
On the .-uaimnt of the Sierra Ne
vada mrounitaii:s is a lake known tf
to.,,. t.- a. ..ike Tui' e. It is the
hi'he-t body of fresh water in con
sider:!,le volume '"iown to this 01
any otherr country, for the goedetie
survey replts its level as nearly
S.0. feet above the level of the sea.


Its temperature never rises higher
than 40 degrees F., and it runs ofl
in;, the Tuckee river, which dis-
**: :; :s it-elf into the lakes of Ne-
v:.*h;. that have n o-"-tet, but
Sii.-,. -a:,'rs are drunk un bv the
t.: : :ikali s of tihe Great
.\" .;i;> ,e a ',rt. While it is a fa-
v.iarit, re-ort for f !e-rmnen, its wa-
tors ,,..vr liut .one kind of Ash, the
*.. ..- :t. a l., :hly known, but in
fa,;,t th. w~,: 'll '.-i!inalis of eastern
strT'; s. cu!v ai:er, stronger and
more p.ro! 'e in their development.
',e:e o ....


DORTMUW




THEIDE BROS.,


S SAWING THE SPILES THE DOGWATCH. THE SAILFISH.
A PrMm In Wharf Building Which le One Seems to Know For Cewtai It Takes Grt&t "..:1 tc Lmnd Him With
A m In Ward, t g Which t. How It Got That Name. Reel and Roe.
S --m Hard, but In't.
When in building a wharf they The simplest facts, quite unehal- T11- :n::!:i nuniler of -ailfish an-
have got the spiles driven you see lenged and taken for granted, are r taken in, ti,: i waters is
them first standing in rows and often the hardest subjects for in- Cub a 1e uncer
sticking up above the water at un- vetigaion. id you ever a~-k .* '. a'. to be en-
een height and with their tops sailor or a know-it-all why the dog- .irpres-
even heights and with their topsal watch is so called?" queries a ,.:,red. ,'ir pre1 -
frayed. Then the surplus upper kl ex-
fred. Theno the l surplus upper a writer in the New York Sun who ea.s "e a the rea skill, ex-
ength of the spiles has to be sawed has himself made the experiment. : entre ::nd endurance re,,luired in
,off so that the stringers up"a1.;dli t: m ..:11 i.. reel
which the wharf planking.- be The chances are that the answer ,It ., .: -i:, I re
wh:c, the w harf plank d tne will be, "Why, the dogwatch is two r .e;:,.:%a .n :::r
Iu:d an rt upon tem.e A short spells from 4 to 6 and from 6 i i.:... k ti, d --,
question is. How do they manage to o'clock in theevenin to ":; i; i t wtrm .:
to s~w off each spile so that it will break the regular four hour '. C pr:..h
have a perfectly fiat and level head. watches, so that the same men ihol i ili s r of
l h do h all watches, so that the same men %illI
and how do they manage to get all not. have to stand watch during the olie uskaly finds the on warm.;
the piles sawed off at exactly the hours ever da ;av da, swimming with their
same hours every day."
sanse height? They do this in the Simple and lucid. But why re,:t dorsal fins slightly out of wa-
simplest way in the world. "do? In a hunt after an expla- tr. and immediately a s ho.ol is
The spies all driven, they spike ntion thecovered all poeruut be used
along to each row, at a little dis- on the first question was put:
along to each row at a little dis- the ocer es of a big battle- to forge ahead of them, cross their!
tane below where they are to cut stheip. Not office e, from the executive path a huudr d yards in advance,
them off, planks, upon which they oticer of a quarter of a century's then stop and allow the bout to
ay crosswise other plank to make service to the ensign with his first drift slowly, when a lively fresh
a scaffolding to work on. Then bait should be cast.
along each row of spiles at the stripe, could answer. Wthe same while they often strike at cut
height wlere they are to be cut off A boat's crew from the same bait or a spoon in trolling, they are
the draw a feeling line, which ship failed to throw any light onseldom well hooked owing to the
drawn tat; .- .! !.veled up. touches the subject, although a gunners peculiar character of their aws
S- .,the rmw at eatv ate allowed that "it might be sul thei
every the row at e tgs on shp As a rule they bite very quietly and
the sane .... and then to e, the once d dog on ship and must be giventhirty to forty feet
spile the 1 .::i! two. n-Moth topped they was, let hse when this watch of line before striking, as their
cr. tle strips of board. ao er of an Atlantic liner mouths are small, hard and bony,
on. .. ;r of the spile like Atlant liner not unlike the tarpon in their in-
te. ,:;-.r i,. oi a t. onl.ikeort- aid he never had heard so silly a ternal structure, and can rarely be
:. ti; *-: t ': l queVh, the dogwatch is the do,- captured unless the bait is well
,: ** ; -':i:: ir ?*;. r! i touch.* 'Why, the dogwatch is the dog- swallowed.
S.... watch, he expained.Theres When hooked they create a terri-
... why or wherefore about it. It's fic commotion, first endeavoring to
1, I, .. .", ,, :." ahvays been the dogwatch, and it pel the most powerful ree in
alwa*v- will be."
eaa-h.n,!.. the matter so air their rushes, then making peren-
SHavin had the matter so a dicular leas in rapid succession,
spile. :ow 4 .- :ivr it t. : ,disled of byv this officer, inquiry leering e waves b many feet
clit h and h-v, serve al .-.. as pushed to the st iver, where trying desperately to shake out the
gu i and support e be for tund en who have eni hook and finally making long side
cuttingih. he !ile o~ true. :, going down to the sea in real ships dashes just under the water, some-
i the saw hiade on their rji: for an years. The pursuit of what like a kingfish.
ends at one side. the men saw. ::n. the "dog was useless. These movements are occasional-
saw until thev have sawed the spi: S"ay, said a Harlem boatman, ly interrupted by low, rapid flights
off. And so they keep on until t "what's the matter wBob?' If th ingll just above the water, when their
have got then, all sawed off an.'Fighting Bob Ift t immnse sail seems to play its part
ready for the stringpieces. New you the great American navy will in aerial navigation.-Forest and
York Sun. lose caste."
So up to Rear Admiral Evans Stream.
Just zzactly Riht went the query. And from Fort Fro* Candy.
Monroe came the answer: A gentleman connected with a
"I have used Dr. King's New Life U. &a sst large confectionery establishment
Pills for several yearandid them Dekr S.r-- amrtoevyt uncheryetatest
oPil mao you aesk about tOe t owaztI. in the heart of the city finds the
just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. or course oan know wh the wateh free candy luncher the greatest nui-
Ftlton, of Harrisville, N. Y. New man t viK a, ausw" e sance about the place.
Life Pills relieve without the least nwS Vwr trury. D. VANsa "Half a dozen young women will
disminfort. Best remedy for con At last a public library was re- come in together to buy candy, and
stipalion, biliousnems and malaria, sorted to. The dictionaries were every one of the lot will make a
25c at J. (eo. 8uhrer's drug store. merely provoking. "Five Thou- tour around the candy counter,
sand Facts and Fancies" was the sampling every variety until by the
only book found that threw light time they buy the crowd has eaten
Marvels of Sight. on the matter. Its explanation from half a pound to a pound of
The vewyhoeund ruIns by night only. reads: the choicest candy in th. store.
The enrcier pigfeon flies its hundrel-, "Dogwatch, a corruption of dodge'Why they should make free with
Alf miles liniewari liy eyesight. noting watch. The dogwatches were intro- candies and other delicacies I never
Jrmn ioint to piint objects that it hii:e duced to prevent the same men could understand. When they go
nmairk.- or so. at le::.t, it is thought from always keeping watch the same to a ribbon counter they do not
T th<. *ir;:g a 113 with 12.0W len.,ses in hours of the day; hence on these oc- take the clerk's scissors and snip
Its e:,,.. ,h!rt from an-.le to angle with casions the sailors are said to dodge off a piece of ribbon from every
thi.- -:l.dity or a flsiAuig swo.1l a as the routine, or to be doing dodge bolt, nor when they are at the no-
;* i.i.a:tlw. l,*;'I. iuamek. la > tu'ftluiK iln the watch." tion counter do they pick up and
la r. ,,.t with a: clash t.-'rsing the **- It may be added that Murray's carry away the little articles of a
,,rn .. .r f,::r wtm.n and. inst.atane great English dictionary lives' a hundred kinds that are sold there,
1, .A. :1.culA.i i iit sitnnce of ar h h
1. r 1 i o!e. ai:-si..tseif to quotation introducing the term dog- but the idea that sweets are free
tlj -... :ii.; N 4Ii 4.. N I 1 4' t,.: U .Ia t 1whl dt ,'n RI
S,:'..;' :. ,,: t, ,.. thins ,wr ,m 1700, but gives no theory of the young female mind; hence in many
S..... : ie. .:.. "s ;;.<... origin of the term. candy stores all the candy boxes
...- ,,. : *:, \'h to t* :,ii and loose candies are placed under
*. ".,,.,v- '..*. ,. t!,.i.i. .vt lb Now she Feels Safer. glass."-St. Louis Glohne-Demoerat.
..* :. ,. -', .t ,- :!m'n..loz on t'.i A certain Bronx housewife ?has
*.. ... ., ,.. :,:- a ;vi.",. ,*:'', been terribly worried of late. She Some Superstitions.
..! ..: : :..b- ar... st IL.,.i;. "? has been in the midst of .i palm 1 Wien starting for thie river, says
Sp"I reading fest, and all her t niust a writer in London Field, if you
All Tie World friends have told her of dire things have to turn back and get some-
knows that IallarI Snow Liniment that are going to happen to her in thing that you have forgotten, YOu
kw ta n the futur". .Sh. finally got a lio,,k are sure to catch little or nothing
ha. no superiorr for Rheumatism, Ion the subject and began to study that day. This is an article of
Stiff Joints, (Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago j it carefully. She was really uliaap. Devon folklore, and I am inclined
aHId all painM. Buy it, try it and jpy about the situation until thle to think the west country folk right
ou will always use it. Any nbody other day. Now .he declares everv- herein. The disappointment, the
- i ho has nlused Ballard's Snow Lini- thing is-ll right. hurry and the bringing of wrong
o nent is a living proof of what it "You see, 1 employed a new! things always eact prejudicially
e loes. All we asa of you is to get a cook," she said, "and there's a lot upon what ought to be the unruf-
- trial bole. Price 25e, 50e and $1.. about cooking she didn't know fled, even temper of a successful
r tril batJ. Prie er, 0 ad t looked into her palm and founder angler. He becomes hasty and
r Od by J. P. Miller, M.D. head line beautifully developed. rash, most often with ill results to


When I discovered her cooking 1r- his basket In the western high-
Tee mDsoue.. nips with the jackets on I ktew lands it is currently believed that if
S mall Boy-Pa. what is thedltfernce there was nothing in palmistry or you see a colt with its back to you
between a pes.sinitst and an optimist? she would have had no head liaeat when starting in the morning on
Pa-Well. let uni see If I can Illnstrate, all."-New York Globe. a fishing excursion it is the worst
You know I am often discouraged, and t of luck, only to be exceeded should
things don't look to me as if they'd Cenditiene Revered. you hear a cuckoo before breakfast
ever go right. Well. at such times I Old Gobso Golde looked those At-
can be sa.d to be a pResimist. But. fully across the centerpieee f The Volley at the Grave.
years ago. when I was a young man mauve orchids at his son. Every one who has attended a
everything looked bright and rosy. and "Well, Scattergood," he L; naval or military funeral will re-
I was always ful. Then I was an bending forward to light his ri member that the last thing is a
optimist. Now. my som. an you0 n- at one of the shaded candles, ". volley which is fired over the grave
derstand the difference between a peew .oeoft e faraso e;thente
iemist and as optimist? SMal Boy-- course in life will be f eaiI of the departed comrade; then the
Oh, yes; one is married and the other can see, than mine was." bugle call "tape" is sounded. This
Isa't.-Harpes Weekly. Young Scattergood Golde nsld is a relic of the dark ages. It was
....' .-... with good humored cundescensiom believed that noise kept away the
"How so, governor?" he patio:, evil spirits, and for this reason a
izingly inquired. bell was sounded. When firearms
"I," said the old man, "begas I we-e invented volley firing was sub-
the bottom and worked up. yq stituted for the bell, the belief be-
have begun at the top and ing that the sound of battle was
a Ide down."-Kansas City N more efficacious for the soldier.

Nine Points of tie Law.
I The Sublime Porte. Jimmy came running in to his
Sublime porte is the French C.! mother from where he and his little
kAdI.. port sublima, the "lofty g brother had been playing with a
Constantinople had twelve g4e- foe-ball and in apparent excitement
andDE R B E R near one of those was a b l up his right hand.
"Em B E E R ing with a lofty gateway cae "Oh, mamma," he exclaimed,
-ls amI Uin *-II I "Bab-i-humajun." In this builtT: "Ge ,rgie can't use this hand!"
M resided the vizier. In it were ,; "Mercy!" excitedly exclaimed his
y fei p I. Y-L Toffices of the chief ministers mother as she started for the door.
state, and thence all the imp "What in the world is the matter?"
-* Sole Aoents- edicts wre issued. The Fre "Nothing's the matter,-explained
phrase was adopted because at Robbie. getting out of the way. He


J. P. Miller, M. D., antd All Drug gists


We hi
and mn


Z3USus~S s~*S *Ze ~~~4(I


ave the bet
medicinal use o


*


~43aa*a-mm--~~


S*- .You ought to make
up your mind right
awaf i vi yi'rer t)l get it at
all. I a* l.nething--onrder it Irmii The
SPalace. rThey're kimwn to
\ keep the purest amd tinest of
'wies and liquors. AIl their
prices anre remarkably low,
quality of gooimls considered."
This hut does us simple justice.
obtainable. iFlne wines and liquors for table
ur specialty.

L. G. HIRTH, Propritor.


~W".~ LIT ? LPT N
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:r U71?atcany

.1 ~ .T1 "may h rkbe &htMu
i~.'* *.t -m~which no other
i i. .:...Lad acge~ h d


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Resul 01 1 y~:r>~.Kit Pa
oftn. o. W; I t~tic uibevu
TerOWspntrs a.... ..~ I
be ulcnied ik an ob tr'.~-**Y*at,-m etus. h4
(CASH uIT.# i ~~y I et~~a.




Uernm .5pu c re s a but l16."d,...::, .-U160 Ice..aLstrip -we
be nmai zed lie air. All -r i-. !. -p-eet ineaUG6T
Two 0 H WTh .sad p ir b.! rs. i-e ..Um ;.;;'r;;A"~iy
Sem a@Tnud it N A -,'i V *. .. ..4?
Verne Ie f eXlli-r A lind nif
thateirtires hveouwi ". .*Lt.~eea
duhuaig& ypI..ctu~ C.S -* .., 1 iE..ii., m-Ii.-~ri.
Is ovee st etane1 -- t c. .*.. z-.2t. r.d Iw ~.-); rW.. ll~~wI
P PIw out etween te t.~* ~ -
of cal SCDb per a i. ~All r~, C 'n- g. On






I han put~. -i r-sv--



"asandbr Auu4 tit omay il lron
trip ti0ks froi


monde"ia to Brnswwekarend hru Ier~hturno$.0
'rb ictsLi Cmited te'on1 day fomJ date of ale



CUMBRLAD_ RUTE


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PLIBRnD TEVBY FRIDAY BY
--E- --


bewetrpiee Prlsee eL.** YeT .

Aver wlng raims t fmltd o aipmleatlm.

tr.d.attheM ael- Prlasalas -


Not only Is eadidate Tift the Im-
tator ofthe Pridemt, but be Is my-


lag "me too" to every utterance of
the next President-Mr. Bryan. He
Is merely a parrot uf men who know
thlngs and dare to express them.

We admire Jacksonville's adoption
of the "Made In Jacksonville" label
and regret that shecannot use It upon
that vast amount of product with
with she i- suppIlving the Atlhs ta
P*N.p'e frn,., .I;.y tIf -.v. Blt not
dmiht i f ll- l ..l tt*.r it:.l .i sis:. -..- ; ***t
ter lrice- wholt It ltw*,n-, thite 'Klln-


taucky" lab -

Moire ,rk i- n-rd.-, :,d nnedld i
biill on th.i ** .'r eo I lof Centre
street. We r0,,lize tist: it -.ou'd not
be wi-* lor l the city council to under
take vast "'lipr<,veminenlt at tlhis
time, hiut thin work would only ne-
tessitate a small expenditure and it
Is donutle-s needed worse than ainy
other work the city could do.

O;se of our Ie.st Rephulican friends
who is a federal oai1ce holder aml
therefore ought toP know just how the
people of the United Statel. are going
to vote next November, has figured
it (out that Mr. Bryan will get only
164 eletoral votes. Now that is fig-
rinur mighty national election if it tuldukl happen
to go that way, and the only thing
that prevents our friend from heing
rtconizrdi*t as a nlltkil prophet even
this early ill lc th aimpaiig is the fact
that nobody nl. trees with him as to
the rult oif Ithe timing Prieidentlal
election.

A bis ,ronwll of Oeorgia editors
who lihad lwed holding a session of
their press a irTiation at Brunswick
SWonoedl down upon us -aturday for
two hours and during that time
things were luite lively in the '"o
town." Mo-,t of them tuook a trolley
ride to the Ieach and ome of them
took a "dip" in the surf. We were
sorry thev could not stay longer and
accept nmore fully of our hospitality,
but they l|romi'4fd to pay us another
Visit and a lonirer one next se-tton
When they i,,'et at n'oullas and'in
consequence we exe, 'ld their 'short-
coming" and informal visit at this
time.

Build the trolley to Fernaml ina
It will prove ienefirial in the busi-
mas of both cities and the business
man of both Jacksonville and Fer-
mandina sAhold take stock in it.-
Times-Union. That's exactly what
we say. Who'll take the initiative
Ond get the project on its feet? There
Will be money in it to the man who
Will form a crporation and solicit
tock for the holding of sach a line
and in a short time there would be
money In It for the corporation or
company operating the line. Such a
company or corporation would have
the smistaane of everybody along the
line and we believe the right of way
Could be secured without cost. Here
Io an opportunity for a man with
some means to inaugurate an enter-
prise that would not only prove prof-
liable to those concerned, but would
do more to develop a fine agricultural
section and to bring two com li-
ties into deoser business relationship
than any other project requirinqg twice
the amount of capital or op-on
Idt's build the troley tee with


a


32 tK lUUXT-DYTIL AN OZ&-




ThMe lomtwaig is a pmagrph of a
threeu-rahm editorial of Mr. Hery
Watterng in Sataday's C(aier-
Jonal. It dlismu the mat ih.
portat featm ofthe camplg that
0 wmiime dw h. the w n --bed


tweem the two part m
3
'*Thee is but one real underlying
d paramout queo in thI cam*-
paig and that l, ea the people by 3
4
their own unaided strength change 4
their Government against tme march-
lng Army of Federal ofie-holders
ported by mlmed supplies "
12
either wrung from or contributed by I1
the orporaUons? Is the Money g
Devil an over-match for the Ameri- '

can Voter? Can the adminlstraton
at Washington successfully employ I2
upon the country atlarge the agencies a
which were smeemfully employed at
Chicago upon the Republican party? .
That is all there is to it, fellow Demo- 1
crats and fellow countrymen; no
more and no less.
-Al e1 on'lmii* ia!ts plhle before I -
this supreme iexigency. Mr. Bryan'si'i
reviled personality is but an atom. 4
The tiosti hide-louneld conservative
;cannot fear Mr. Brvan with a Re- 41
publican Senate already fixed to out- 51
52:
Inst the next Presidential term. Mr. 53
Taft's per.wmality, however attrac- 5;
tive, is lit an atom, when we refleet 5
that it is simply the velvet hand of ;
the old confidence game of High 70
74
Tariff ami High Finance, played 77
upon the American people and 77
American industries by the Party of 77
Standard Oil and Steel and Iron, of 79
the Sugar Trust and the Tobacco i
Trust, of *raud and Force, from the m
hour when it bought to Mexiceanize $I
the Government by the impeach- 8
94
nlent of a President who had com- 12.
mUilted no legal wrong and the Set- 1-7
ting Aside of the Verdiet of the Bal- Ii
lot Box by Congressonal Usurpation, {1t
to the hour when it adopted a Plat- '1i*
form of Imposture, placing upon it a I.t"
pretended eunterfelt presentenent of 1i:1
Rmxsevelt, but coupling him with a 14
yoke-mate out of the very vortex of 147
V144
Predatory Wealth and the laws of 152
152
MonopolY. l.v2
152
Bryan's reputation for honesty is 1V2
152
probably his worst enemy. It is l.1i
actually being argued against him in 1,i,;
the present canmpign. Too honest 1.5.
to he president! What is our country !I*:;
coming to. anyhow? i.54
I 55
MIT M. L-.

Dr. Goldstein, of Tampa, who has .
been in Fernandina tor the past few:Hi
days, with office at the Florida : ';
House. has decided to remain until i;<,
Saturday, August 1st. Dr. Goldstein : ,g
is well known, andl has treated aui.l' 1'
fitted glasses to thousandmls of pIeople I ,
all over the State which relieve i,
nervousness and headache. He is Ie;I
reliable and responsible, standing in i;I
;1t1
the front rank of his profession ad ;
his skill Is fully and thoroogily es- ]
tabllshed throughout the territory in IC

167

Eyes examined free. l
171
STATE OF OHio, CITY o F 172
TOLEDO, LUCAS COUNTY. -
(FRANK J. CHE N Y makes oath 172
that Je is senior partner of the firm o 1'
F. J. CHEnXEY & Co., doing busilne, K
in the city of Toledo, county ard State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay


the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL- 1i;
LA RAS for each and every case of CA- 215
TARRH that cannot be cored by the 2
use of HALL'S CATARRH CURL 216
FRANK J. CHENEY. s
) Notary Public 1
VSEAL. 216
214
216
Halls Catarrh Care is taken inter- 21
nally, and acts directly on the blood m
and mucous surf6ces of the sytemI.
Send for t ilmoNials, fee. 218
FJCHENEY& 0C., Toledo,O "
Sold by druggists, 76e.
a's Famllv Pills are the best w
2 w
BSeger' Liveuwort Tar and Can

For th complete cure of o ced; -
hm and brechkl and in ndt tlaJi" to eM .V m, Lhwmrt 3
blonWlM...l. r Maain -.
-d M- UMl& H 1 7 mi a maj-


uUFic,~


- M-tfBdv rA

,at the MrteHaeMa the
ailaf, Nai-m Cootyu F. i.
m thuleetaw wl be gmeary
*=elm e for baxes herepain 0
amme, toami r with eMt Much

wdtb I m t dlw


1 EL. E. Mo6sea1
34 M.J. Tingue
12, 14 Mrs. C. A. Saylor
15,1 A. G. Webster
17 Waiter laylor
W A. G. Webster
27 A. G. Webster
28 A. G. Webster
l, 32 teli Locekwood
31, 2 Est. f. Modeesa
34 W.B.C. Duryee
21 2, "iJ.L Cook
1 Rowse Hunter
$,9 E L P. Willlams.
84 Rome Hunter
C COhi. Johnson
n of 1W, 16, 17,8
FA. W. D. BaLblatun
4 J.. R.qayor
2,1 C.A.8aylor
3 Nrs.. ILR Baer
,% I W.Manley
17 LR. Kane
19 Unknown
21 Unknown
14,15 Unknown
A, ,7,8,9 Unknown
G. Maneben
K J. F. Johnson
'/,of$ Baptist bChurch prai
S nBaptlist Chubrh pro
13 Mm. M. A. Latban
16 W. 8. Rivern
9 King 4olomen ImslA
10 Henry- l:ro. n
6 4-. )Iihev. litt
o1 0(9 Wright
2..4 T A. FIIa
6 K. I all n ils

W' of i3 Nancy P:ntt
1 I I. A. trihoion.s
V -. W. IAwIK
i. of4 .MI. Harvev
s'- of MInun MI-4lory
*e L. iDelaney
Ni, of 3 Franl Ell lerson
s'44 of Slanmlirvlng
E1, ofsCon't Nat B. & L. A I
s4 of 7 Fred Hani>lton
se% of8 H Betard
5 C Nat B& L A
8 E1t G. H. Baer
w4 8 Roberts Tnrste
ni ofs Aof2iJ. J. Ruetishali
4 A Minus Mcniary
1 A. G;. Webster
2 A. G. Webster
3 to 14 inc Unknown
:2. 33, 34 A. G. Welkter
2 Alex Verdin
5 Panl Franc-is
ni of 2 ITnknown
nI ofsA of 2 Bristo Roberts
3 Henry Johnson
sl of 4 Henry Growls
si of 7 Unknown
8 Sec Mitchel
sI of 7 Ellen Rivers
nj of 2 Josephine Cook
ni ofsi of 2 Viola Cook
si of s9 of 2 H4M. tsmnith
awl of 9 Emma William
n of2 T. L Wilson
"n of si of 2 Unknown
6 Celia King
sI of 5 David Grant
9 Coleman Terry
11 Daniel McNair
A FRt. Mrs. E. Kn
5 Knights of Pvtlh
1 Mrs. E Beard
.A of 7 Joseplaiiit lIrig8
S" J. H .:iv-. Jr.
iI (if I Atnilialt l.ain.l 4.
S*iof2 JWoeMiht.el-
niI oft6 S A S.wa3in
4 off; H'mlr. il.-. 'l
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It nofl J T T .'. I Mia T. t'Vingate
5 I'inknownu
%I of. J R H Jones
1 1, W Higginbot
2 ,L lli ginbotlh
12 l'en Idu1s Soc0it
13 Pert Id1u1s .Sociht
14, O P JoRhnlson
17 S. Willianms
40 Dan Jnnlison
7 Tlin JiohnlOll
13 I:hoda .1 Rios
17. 1 Maj Ilonnelly
19. 10 Jonas Kinsey
21.22 ) 0 P Johns.on
:3. 4 Snn lDennefield
12 Jainl Tamylor
3. of, 14 Scttlt('m R B
Aesociatimon
5. 6 Bina Denefield
21, -22 Fdina D -ck
Relt v Co.
"_i. :Il S iain Dt'llefieli
:1. 32{* Smli tDenetieid
1- Jolhn Floyd
17i i,.." in" I'inkiwn
1. Mainie Thonimas
.. 1; Ella. Ihinisot)i
2"< tnkinownu
wk of 2') Jlohn Ilunter
1._ I: Ii HStewart
1.5 t" lvt.y
7 '* Peter Arnistronia
1;. 17. I .1. LL.wis
.i. '1. 7. l.-|it Be,,ss
17.1*.1! 1. l;,,1,(t {,ts
21."-2 !; 2"'. :!. Fralik Riehares
4. ." Jan.f S:illls
e* 7 R,,l,t hios
"s" J:,s I. Lewis
I1 Nh-k IRobin.on
16 I* Nick Roblnson
4aJ. Riley
2.,.'0 (i. p. Johnson
.11.32 4. I'. Johnson
1.2 :- 4 (OM-ar Harne
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2',10 .llni l~ong
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2,. 4 Jnrtge Jobnson
21, :10 Thomas Brown
31,.i2 Richard Manma
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sub D of4 Femadintn Doeck 9
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sub D ofS Henry Comodore
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h A lt portion .. ....
W'2 -crthed io Yes, citizens of Fernandina, lan hungry-not in a lMalilysen-e,
I tI dotoflDeeds
A ,- paCougenty, g but for business. My appetite for busine.4s is ablornuil, and I fin-i
311 A. 1r.paehan. It.Weeks 36
S.-ing lweikrr o myself unable to satisfy it, therefore, I must urgently ret4ue-t you to
41 known help me do so. I anm giving
156 tFactory
7 Unknown. A-1 Work a Rock Bottom Prics
S 9 Unknown 146
SJ ownok 21 All work guaranteed in writing. For all Plumbing, Gas and Steam-
10 11 X RH Downs 398
it 1i i H owns isn a Fitting, Sheet Metal Work and Ship Work, call on
,4.' A F Dougherty 4
1085: 12 MfgMniM Bell 4 \41
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24 Johnon A WATKINS,
240 .f Jennie Wilkersoo 2a
I24 a5 nof I JTbomn Successorto D. A. MIy leld. SECOND STREET.
291 tofloMrs JThomas 1 2 60
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7 Tom Lang I
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1:' Realty Company SW :
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and W. S. WHiTNEY,
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SOTICE. Phone 31. Sahlman's Old Stand.
-, Notice is hereby given that :he Board of -
*RntY Commiasiomers of Nassau County 1 Use PlanL'- Chill Tonic. Guaran- Big Bargail ia Beal Estate.
II l vy a tax not to exeedthrce millson.all
e n d personal mrty of s teed. Price !5 cents. Sold by all. Smith property emcnr Third and
sU .ty for& Gwloard W Tax draU Calhoun streets, block 7, lots 27, 28,
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high t+wli ,llih ".'"
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the paiv," re-l .t ii., 1,-,
fact i, I'min flon' .a 'hr
job here."--Loondon <.ri

Rare Stamps.
In Ptltp Colic.Lt1g
that cwints is the rari
the ag (if iL a'tIilieill. I
l. happen ;4.) n 'he owil
lirta;p ha. alln ex',edi
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niT-ni. fll *wed by a ra
mark-t valie. Maniy a a
colle: .i ricatl lhi
patient st idv of t:irket
tie, aui,l v t : ii ti! prrnli
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A ,DESPERATE
Efee the Exciteme
a Wounded M
o- (Ciiapmlian was
So'o t rmncent
on thl plains. D
8t1n t.:itt pcril a
Mr. Randailll Pa'
t Plains.," one i;f h
eed-' wa.s lperformn
lK.ar:1ti ti.. tches
1e. from hii- ,itilp
k to C. 1s1ap supply.
or .n 'L'h. di':iateh l

1. aIfler :i hardl night

Wahi::a ri\Ter 1> :a lan
.liundrvrl K ,,u., in al t*,

hat foilouc l,:
1 The first iilt ilia ioll
nve It' of India. wv a ;I
Wo undOlilh t ed'r\ tc'Il o
ii ialnstlaint thein' lih:
*P D isountinl l and
Sthi r horses. tie br:i

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off me. a'nd I r
jick iip S:nul' : ; ,i, : 4
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out of tilt 1,"u ,
all spet il ti. S!!ili.
temipte'd lh. r

;iil got I. ( li., -
all S a lr s ,""arei:
f t i'l got tuip vl'! :
mun h afs I coll;' '
&dr lin ,, for k .
self a lit. lv li ,. ; i
twenty 6r thirt :nr,- ai
Indians camei1' I., i i at
on their ponit-."
The< llH' a In ,,!* uImf
otpein.d on tihli Ttn..,
ran for it.
"When Ii wiitlin a
ty yards of the uai'.,w,"
ned. **a little old .-*i rnl
had fedl fifty tin.is rhle
to ine and tired. I fell,
on top of me, but lis 1
-in I tholgiht I had a
hole.
"The Indian, coul
around there a imnite.
kept it ire l ht. So I j
picked up Saiit l and go
the wallow.
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A DESPERATE CHANCE.
Efect of the xcitime t of sole
a Weu"dedus
A',:os Chapman was fifteen years
in t:;e government employ as a
scout on the plains. Daring his life
of constant peril and exposure,
W,-:!ee Mr. Randall Parrish ia The
(;r;'t Plains," one 4f his most hero-
i, deed.- was performed while he
wai- hearing dispatches for General
Mile.- from his camp on McClellan
creek to Camp Supply, Indian Ter-
ritory. The dispatch party consist-
ed of six men. Early in the morn-
ing. after a hard night's ride, they
were suddenly attacked near the
Washita river by a band of over a
hundred Kiown and Cor:anche war-
riors. Captain Dodge thus describes
what followed:
The first intimatio'b of the pres-
ence of Indians was a volley which
wounded every man of the party.
In an instant the Indians appeared
on all sides.
Dismounting and abandoning
their horses, the brave band of
whites moved together for a hun-
dred yards to a buffalo wallow, a
shaIllow natural depression in the
prairie.
C'haplmin and Dixon. being but
sliginiv wounded, worked hard and
fast to deepen this depression. and
as ,,in as it was sulficiently deep to
afford .ome cover it was oetipied
and the work continued from with-
in.


Sinith had fallen from his horse
at the lir to be1 dead. Chapman said. "*Xow.
1,,<,-. keep those infernal redskins
of ice. and I will run down a! I
i(k up Smith and bring him back
fore they can get at me."
Laying down his rifle, he sprang
out of the buffalo wallow, ran with
all speed to Smith, seized and at-
tempted to shoulder him.
"I lay down," said Chapman,
"and got his chest across my back
and his arms around my neck and
then -ot up with him. It was as
much as I could do to stagger an-
der lim. for he couldn't help him-
self a hit. By the time I had got
twenty or thirty.yards about fifteen
Indians came for me at full speed
on their ponies."
The boys in the buffalo wallow
opened on the Indiana, and Amos
ran for it.
"When I was within about twen-
ty yards of the wallow," he contin-
ued. "a little old scoundrel whom I
had fed fifty times rode almost on
to me and fired. I fell, with Smith
on top of me, .but as I didn't feel
pin .I thought I had stopped in a
"The Indians couldn't stay
around there a minute. The boys
kept it red hot So I jumped up,
picked up Smith and got safe into
the wallow.
"'Amos,' said Dixon, 'you are
badly hurt.'
'No, I am not,' said I.
"'Why. Ilook at your leg!' And,
sure ,* ,,,'h. the leg was shot off
just alh,,e the ankle joint, and I


A F*si--s w.
That a swan will ght fiercely was
shown by an exciting struggle be-
tween a swan and a park,polceman
on the upper lake i Waterow park,
England. Some india rubber !alls
had rolled into the water, and to
get them the constable paddled out
in a punt. This drew the notice of
the male swan, which deserted its
consort and the brood of eygnet and
went for the constable with great
fury. Once or twice it almost upset
the punt by causing the constable
to overbalance it in saving his legs
from, the bird's beak. It was only
with diaiculty and risk that the
balls were recovered. The swan
'.he:i followed the punt to the bank.
making vicious darts at the coasta-
ble.
sod. Is QMist.
Berlin is said to be the most quiet
city in Europe. Railway engines
are not allowed to blow their whis-
tles within the city limits. There is
no loud bawling of huckster,, and
a man whose wagon gearing is loose
and rattling is subject to a fine.
The courts have a large discretion
as to fines for noise making. Stran-
gest of all. piano playing is regu-
lated in Berlin. Before a certain
hour in the day and after a certain
hour in the night the piano must be
Talent in that musical city. Even
during the playing hours a fine is
imposed for mere pounding on the
piano.


TMe Lid Was 0...
From one of the big) rancheb In the
$.n Joaquin valley an elderly work-
',tn. not addicted to vacations. recent-
ly made a trip to 4an Francisco. The
postmaster on his return said to him.
employing a word needlessly complex
and long. "Well, Jabez. how did you
like the metropolis?" "Wot sayr?"ask-
ed the old man. "How did you Ike the
metropolis?" he repeated. "Twaa't
open." Msid be.- Argonau.
Beat the Worla Affords.
"It gives me unbounded pleasure
to recommend Bucklen's Arnica
Salve," says J. W. Jenkins, of
Chapel Hill, N. C. "1 am r"on-
vinced it's the best salve the world
affords. It cured a felon on my
thumb, and it never fails to heal
every sore, bmrn or wound to which
it is applied. 25e at J. Geo. Sheer's
drug store.
Some of the First.
A group of bachelors who caw
1m1 co-operative housekeeping on
the upper west side deputed the
tao t oa:--tic of their number to re-
monstrate with their grocer about
iie quaUity cr !Ys eggs. The grocer
assumed the r)lc of injured inno-
cence. "It's impossible that those.,
eggs should be bad," said he.
"We've been getting them from the
same farm for eighteen years."
"That's just the trouble," replied
the spokesman; "this morning you
sent me some of the first you got."
-New York Post.
Abraham Lincoln


had !een walking g on the bone and was a mnan who, against all odds, at-
dr:inMt I. the foot behind me, and trained the highest honor a manmcouid
in thii e.x-itement 'never kyew it, get in the United States. Ballard's
nor li; e 1 ever had any pain in my Horehound Syrup has. attained a
leg to, this Jay." place, never equalled by any other
C.onsderate. I like remedy. It is a sure cure for
A prosperous grocer in a certain i Omghs, Cohis, Bronchitis, Influenza
niltiland town had occasion recently and all Pulmonary diseases. Every
to engage a new errand boy. Trade mother should keep supplied with
was verv brisk, and the lad had a this wonderful cough medicine. Sold
great deal of work to do in deliver- by J. P. Miller, M. l).
in.g parcels in different parts of the --- -
to'I. Some Pockets.
"\\W11. (eorge, how did you get "Most people know what a 'poach-
on11 %:,tutirday?" asked the grocer her's pw-ket' is, but how many have
on M. 'nliv morning. heard of a music pwocket?'" said a
"t '1. line." replied the boy. "But tailor. "Many profes-ional singers
I'll 1-e leaving' at the end of the have their overcoats fitted with such
week." a receptacle. Usually they are
"\Vhy. what's up now?" queried placed in the back of the ,ooat just
his i;master. "Are the wages not above the waist line and will hold
high ntiough ?" half a dozen pieces of music with-
-"'im not finding' any fault with out crushing. Some detectives, too,
the pay." replied the boy, "but the have their business suits fitted with
fact is, I'm doing' a horse out o' a a handcuff pocket in the sleeve.
job here."--London Graphic. The special advantage of this is that
Rare Stamps. the manacles can be withdrawn un-
Rare tamp seen. When an. obstreperous pris-
thIn stamp co i tirng ithe thino owner sees the officer's hand seeking
that counts is the rarity an no a pocket he knows what is coming
the age of a specimen. It frequent- and acts accordingly. But with the
ly happens even nowada that a special pocket the 'bracelets' are out
stamp Ihas an exceedingly brief and snapped on his wrists before he
"life" or is for some reason smd- tan resist
denly "called in," and the result "One of my customers makes as
is an unexpected scarcity of sei- point of having his trotners lined
mens, followed by a rapid rise in with leather from the knee down
market value. Many a cute stemp ward. Why? Because a dog once
collector has enriched himself by a bit him severely in the calf, and he
patient study of market probabili- doesn't want it to happen twice."-
ties and by acting promptly on dio, London Answers.
covering a "good thing.
V_ PJ_


A Dinner In Japan.
The usual dinner hours of the
Japanese are 4, 6 and 7 o'clock.
When the guests are seated on the
mats two and sometimes three
small, low, lacquered tables are'
brougLt to each. On that immedi-I
ately in front of him the guest finds
seven litt bowls, with, near his
left hand, rice, near his right hand
fermented bean soup, the others
containing "roast" fish, roast fowl,
boiled meat, rw fish in vinegar and
-,- -A_ --R -_ A-0 --.A


soar I.rver
is out of order. You go to bed in a
bad humor ami get up with a had
taste in your mouth. You want
something to stimulate your liver.
Just try Herbine, the liver regulator.
iA positive cure for onstipatlio,
Dyspepsia and all liver complatts.
Mrs. F-. Ft. Worth, Texas, writes:
"Have used Herhine in my family
for years. Words can't express what
I think about it Evcaybod, In my


BOBBYers CHANCE.
8. Fme rPmr thie PWtyl ti
His Sheavem Wi Him.
Little Robert, aged four, present-
ed h;- mother with a large sizal
shock the other day. It was a ca-e
of -or:.ng a mild little breeze an';
re;.!n'_ a full gro..n whirlwind.
l.'olbrt i .Mrs. B.'s first and ha.-
alw-av' hi.:d a large front seat in lihe
affect:on.-. E.en wlen Mrs. R. at
tended parties -he rememn!:e-;r.'
Vllert and would 4lip a bit of .an-
dv into her handkerchief to carr' I
hon:e to him.
Not that Robert did not have '*-
much candy of his own as was good
for him-and more, too--but l,-
took an awed delight in anythi i
which came from a. party. So hi-!
mother always produced some sou-
venir of her modest social dissipa-
tions with which to satisfy Robert.
A few weeks ago Robert himself
went to a party, his very first. .A
maid brought him home and left
him, together with a large papin
bag, in the eager arms of his wel
coming mother. The first rapture
of description had scarcely heg;n i
when Mrs. B. became conscious of,
the bulky hag.
"Why, Robert, what's this?"
"It's for you. I brought it to yo-
from the partyy"
With some misgiving Mrs. B.I
opened the bag. It contained a
large orange, nuts, candy, grapes.
cakes-in fact, a very respectable
assortment of refreshments suited
to the juvenile taste.
Robert had. supposed it was quit,'
the usual thing to take little con-
soling-items to the uninvited mnem.
bers of one's family, and he h:;a'
taken a generous delight in securing .
a truly noble collection for hi
mother.
That lady faced the double prol,
lem of explaining the situation to,
Rolwrt's hostess and of presenting t
to Robert a clear reason why wha '
was sauce for the goose, so to speaik.
was a totally different thing for the
gander. Tihe explanation, which!
simmered down, of course, to a
question of size or quantity was far
from being clear to Rolert. w.ho i
low in his mind and thinks he does
not care for society at all.-New
York Sun.


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Foley's Kidney Cure will positively cure any case of

Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the


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If you notice any irregularities, commence taking

Foley's Kidney Cure at once and avoid a fatal malady.


A seweb" Sored Mo n emybeswoes Up Me s.
Foley & Co., Chicago.
Gentlemen:-I was allied with Kidney and
Bladder w eble for six year sad ad tried numerous
repwmUoas without gesmg any relief and had given
up hope of ever being cued when FOLEY'S KIDNEY
CUtE was recomeaded to me. After using oae
beile I could feel the elect of i, and after taking
sa fty-cent boles, I was cmred of Kidney and
R ertrMl mblesa l wA e L. 8mt -o lb ll. f I i.*a


Great Luck. t y a I-e e i to
"I had great luck tonight. I CURY Jame Stih, Bet M
didn't have to hang on a strap going
home."
"Lotsof room, eh?" Two S
'No; I couldn't get in the car. -
Milwaukee Sentinel.

"What would you rather do above
all other things?"
"Above all other things? Why,
ride in an airship.'"- Cleveland
Plain Dealer. b rc
a.-pes Egyptian ecevny.
The Ahmnies papyrus doubtless rep
resents the most advanced attain St. .1ichael'.- Catholic church, Itev.
ments of the Egyptians in arithme John ('Brien, asitoir, Third and
tic and geometry. It is remarkable trvi,,,e s.reets. Servi Sunlay a-
that they should have reached so fdlow,:
great proficiency in mathematics at W- 01 at 10.
so remote a period of antiquity. l. Mas at 10.
But strange indeed is the fact that \t&ue at .3l p. u,.
during the next 2,000 years they ,tlay -ch, l at
should have made no progress what- Als.*s every morning at ::to.
soever in it. All the knowledge of .Ma. at Old Town every s -nit.
geometry which they possessed irn',uiiirg at 7:34.
when Greek scholars visited them,
six centuries B. C., was doubtless
known to them 2,000 years earlier, rvicet. at the Aleti44li<.t Epi.-,
whten they built those stupendous I 1 'hurtrch, corner of Sixth ;n .
and gigantic structures, the pyra- 11! t me streets, Rev. It. L.. SprikhI-.
mids. An explanation for this stag- pa'.tr.
nation of learning has been sought
in the fact that their early discov- vi, ~a the I-'i:, I{atit e,.-.nr
series in niathematics and medicine >e,,f of Fifth andi Alar:ua t!r..,-.
had the misfortune of being enter E. W. I. D., Pai,..
ed union their sacred books and that. .,
in. after ages it was considered he- r "a'" as fillws:
ret ,al to auminent or motiifv any- tl-lay SI4,ol at 9:45.
thinr tliere.n. Thus the "boek- 1. ching at II.
the'.-elve- .. ed th res'. "li:,tory of Mathematics." I.uning service tt 7::Wt.
ajyri 4'ifyieeting every We\wn^iltY


lier SMcirnllg.
Maod-Why.v l ti::it :uady over the
way always in black? Is she monrn-
ang for any one? BRen-Yes. a hu-
band. Maud-I dkid't know she'd been
married. Bess-No. but she's mourn-
hlg for a husband all the same.
Off Ceuu.
Professor (a little distracted)-rm
glad to wse you. How's your wife
"I regret It. professor. but rm t
arr m.ed.
"Ab, yea. Then of course your wWt


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4.'kces at the First lre-.hvtt.ri: -
chMi 1, Sixth street, Rev. E W.
k:. pastor, Sui day as follows: :
b: lay ehtx l at 9:30. "
Pr-ehing by the pastor at 11I.
E'eitin service at 7:30.
M 1 week services for prayer and
socek worship Wednesday at 7:30.


mu stiuag --Fruemen uw.* I Attt. Eli-'caim church, in the ah
-t itecetor, lay service is ,on-
Rogers' Liverwort Tar and Can da 1 Very Gunday, morning and
ehalagua. evoln at the regular hours.
For the complete cure of coughs. ohls,
asthma and bronchitis and all Iung n__
hptainu ten ling to consumption. Liverw.Ort.
Tar and Wild 'Cheirv,. have fur apes main- '.'3BCRIIB FOR THE
tainted an establi-hed reputatti.n as a stan I-
ard cough remedy. It contains no opiumn o fs
or harmful dr-l -'an hw given with saft tr
tochildret Prr.e$:',. Sold by Dr. J. s o am oft-- S-A-
P. Mill tlIj XAiN DUNDAV *S
Wilianis M'fg.'Co.. Prol.., Cleveland.O i__Ab81J ta SM.a
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In the city of Durango, Mexico, Is an
boa mountain 640 feet high, and the
bm t s O to 70 per cent pure. The o
esnad tIn aD direeotm for a radios
Sthrue or for mitl s.TM fn doe-


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FOLEY'S KIDNEY
n Ferry, V. Vs.


A V l me of the G" War Somed M r Ten Toeaos
of S-ase&g.
R. A. Cray, J.P., of Oakville, Ind., writes:-
"Most of the time for ten years I was confined to my
bed with some disease of the kidneys. It was so
severe I could not move part of the time. I consumed
the best medical skill available, but got so relief untl
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE was recommended to as.
I an grateful to be able to say that it entirely cur-ed -


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What qualifications for another ioh could you offer? Would
you have to take anything you could get, at whatever they
would pay. and thus start all over again? Or do you possess
some special training that entitles you to consideration and a
good salary wherever your kind of ability is needed? This
trainag is the thing--the exact technical knowledge of some
branch of trade or industry-that makes you valuable and in
demand. It is easy to get. 0 *
r If you are held down to an inferior position by lack of such
knowledge. your salvation lies in this coupon, which will bring
full details of how the INTERNATIONAL CORRESI'OXDNCE


SCHOOLS train you at your own
home, in v,-ur ,-re time. with-
out any cou.dit.,,ns that will be
hard for you to meet. This
I. C. S. training will .qualify
you for advancement, or to
change to an occupation where
there IS advancement: it will
increase your earning power.
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Buy your Seasons Supply Now, While Your Dollars Do
Double Duty. The Syndicate's Own Representative
: : : Makes the Price. : : :


ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Mr. B. H. Berrie has opened a1
We are requested toanmatunce that grocery in the Sahlman storeroom
Mr. J. T. Swearingen ill h.4d ser- next door to his butcher shop and he
vices in the Old Towna MethomiHst invites the prtronage of the people of
church next Sunday afternoon at Fernandina. See his advertisement
3:30 o'clock. Everybody L- invited is this lawe.
to att~,e.
Mrs T. P. Wilcox, of othffUds U TELE
Ua., a sister ti Mr. J. L. KIrkland,
of this place, returned to her boe roe i W E
lam Saturday after a meat pleasant
m i l i-


visit of a week or tea days a the W T
hota.e of Mr. Kirkland n fevrenth SE E N
street. Mr.4. J P. Shl-Ay, of Brun-.-
wick who had amu lawne the c uat of P lTm


Mr. and Mr.. Kirklanul returned
NImee Monday.
The union ervkv'm at the Presby-
terian chaech lat tmda-y, evening
were largely attended. The easum
delivered by Dr. U. .& W. Dubtli
w..- higlily appreciated andi the song
.trvvwe was well realered by the
nienoilwer of the different church
choirs. By request Dr. D;hulm re-
peeted an addnre delivered by him
at the coninimenemtatent of OUlumbial
C(oilege of lake City .a11e time ago
which gave evikk'we of mnurb
thueait and pieimratioan.
We lake pileasure.in directing our
readers' attention to tihe advertise-
ment appearing elsewhere in our
columns of thi Southern School of
Tblegraphy, located at amgana, Ga
There is a great aid constantly
growing demand for telegraph oper-
ator, and we are glad to see this
worthy and well-recognized ittittu-
tion doing such creditable work In
helping supply that demand. Any
yoong mnan wishing to learn a good
proIaion should lavestigate the op-
pertmitles oeared in the telegraph
eM by writing at once for the
shoml's free, dcriptive literature.


NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tlit we. tle un-
leigned, intend to apply the. homrable
SM. Call. Jude of the of te Circuit court,
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida. at
Chambers in the City of Jacksonville. on
the 27 day of July. A D. 190. for a charter
Incorporating "Mliramar Club" and the feii-
fowing is the charter proposed:
Jwo. 0. NMrGims,
TmO.&C. BoKmHn.
R. P. Caa.os,.
J. J. K.rLT,
F. H. HBoms.
CHARTER CF MIRAMAR CLCB.
We. the undersigned, associate ourselves
together to become incorporated as a Social
Club in accor ance with .9fttiuns 2830 and
2 ,07 of the General Statutes of the State of
Florida:
ARTICLE I.


ARTICLE X.
Their names and places of resident .r
incarporator, are as follows. Jnl. t;
Giffin. Tho or. or R P. Carleth,
J. Kelly and F. H. Hobein. all of the


of Fernandina, Florida.
ARTICLE XI.
In witness whereot. and ii testimony of
the intuition in good faith to carry nut the
rprl-es ant oidjct set lohrth, we hereunto
.lhscerihe our name. this the 1st day of
July. A D. 1MM.
Jou. (G. McCirrla.
Tlue,. ('. Klbmos.
IL P. V <'ARLO,
J. J. KKLI.T.
F. H. Hoaics.
State of Florida.
County of Namau.
Before me personally came R. P. Carle-
ton. to nme well known to be one of the sub-
'cribers to the foiaregoing charter, and who
aeckneowlediged Iefore me that heMunhbribed
the aeid foreg-oing chatter, together with
the four other, whioe names a;spear sub-
-cribed thereto, voluntarily and for the
purpow tihereis set lorth. *
WITNES8 auy hand and seal of olfice. at
F'enandina, in mid County and State, this
Firs day of July. A. I). 19IW.



SThai name of the corporation is the "Mi- -( L. axroir.
ramar I ush'" and its principal place of be- ,SAL Notary. Public. State of Florida
On account of the new -hoair law siness is Amelia Beach, ill .aiau county ('-.-'- at large. My commission ex-
pawsed by congress in the intere.d of d near th City of Fernandiaa, Florida. ttpire January 15th,, 1910.
State of Florida,
telegraphers, and aim ion ecomant of ARTICLEK II. 'Menty of -Na.sau.
eo many new railroads being built The ieneal object a of t coporatim on hitfoe aI Notary clblic in and for
ad od le t n shall be tie p)motmA ofsfa dal inteerse.tie State of Florida at large, duly conmmoi-
and old lines extended, an In inal ,among its nienmlers. with all the rights, iiwed and acting. pirmonally came E. P.
dIemand for Operar has een ere- i powers and privileges |ieruitted by Iections irierlton. who being by me first dulyv sworn
Sr0 and 27 ol the General Statutes of the .sa.s that lie is the subscriber to the fore.
ated. Conservative eMtiales have state of 'lorida. :.uthorizing the incorpom- s'ing prlpemed charter of their "Mariamar
placed the number of additional op. ratimons of se-ial Clahs or M.%wieties not for CIkb." aml whoi acknowledged the vsame
Sprnolit. including the collection of money a:.1 that it is !intended it *-**-l faith to
erators that will be required during under tife name of fees, dues. fines. rents. C~rrv out ifhe inurles and odjects set forth
the next ten month at approximately sale" or otherwise. such ast may be pre- illn aid charter.
). O0. I scribed in the by-lawm. to the end solely of I -.- )
*OV". promoting social intercourse as aforesaid SKAL R. 1'. LI.'tow.
YOUNo MEN NOW IS YOUR uand nmt for profit or dividends. anid, to such I I ')
OPPORTUNITY! E ll i our end solely. the airing, holding. leasi, worn to :and sulribedl -fore- t.:is the
OPPORTUN ITY:! Erll in uur mortgaging, selling, transferring, and o -41- It dlay of July. liUs.
School NOW and in only four to six vying of iproerty, real and personal. I..I IBr;,rr.
Notary Public. Stute of Flori.int l;arrez. Mr
monmtlm we will have you qualified ARTICI.E III. I conitmmiiion erxpires Jaimai"rv I. t1910.
for splendid pisxtionts. Telegraph The corporation shall be managed by a
Operators receive frnm $50.00 up. president. vice-president, secretary, trea:.-
wards. Ouir school has been estab- urer andi threee theirr members. whoSh:dl
together eimstitate the Board of Directr,-
lished twenty years; its equipment is nut-il tie by-laws duly adopted may othe.r-
perfect; instructilmn thlirmugh and I wise' provide; they shall be elected antnual-
practical; positions positively guar.- ly o, tie First Tuesdav in April of eri b
anteed our graduates. Board in year the by-laws nmay prescribe the details a
4017nsuch election. and may. by aniendineit.
NewlMAn is very cheap; the town is change tile late of the annual election.
healthful and the people are cordiaL i
Two Maiin Line Rallrntid Wires run ARTI.E IV.
into our Schoodl rooms. No other All white male persons over the age f
hoo in the United tatwent-oe yrs shall be eligible
school in the Utlte l up-to-date and practical facilities for suh requirements and conditions as., .
the benefit of its students. Write at be pre'sribed by the by-laws.
once for free, descriptive literature. ARTICLE V. v '
m 5 d T l The term for which this corporate
Newnan, Uergia. shall exist shall be perpetual.
Iu ARTICLE VI. I--


ThIe Ihighest amount of indebtednes -
liability t4b which the corporation may .
ject its If shall never be greater than t
thirds of the value of the property of
cornoration.n


Notice is herebyariven by the undersigned I ARTICLE VII.
thathey have this day filed in the oice The amount in value of real estate wI
of the lerkof the Ciruit Court, Nsau the corporation may hold shall not ex
County. lrida, a proposed (Charter ald at any time Five Thousand Dollars, w
Article of IncorporMon a nation, a eotim nt out the approval of the Judgeofthe Fo
f.rw proft to be iacorpm.wat auneler the Jul-cial circuitt Court of the St
name and style of the Fernandina Eiks Florida. -
Club." that the object of amid cpopration ARTICLE VITI.
shall Ie to ed-t a club for oi.harit-, The followiTng oilers shall mI
able. anl benevolent tlureoes. the ad- The following oraon shall mant e I
andel the aid of charitable institutions; n nu i election ce under the cis
ieund t ignedl as luch itoareaton i- on thie First Tuesday in April, A. D. Ii,
led to Siply tio the Hon. L M. 'all. R P. CAUl.rroM. lPreident:
Jn ie of tie Your.h Judicial Circuit of tile HaR.Y (uOL.e=.S, Vice Presideni
State of Florida. on the .list day of July A.- H. Howlw, Secretary'
D. 1908 for an order intp orpating them and F. H Hoam S. Treasuirer-
thrir asmaciates and sWesMOsPoS a body 8i ('Alo. I. FL KS. J. Pmn I
politic. incorporated not Tor profit, under 'rector'. .
the eorplNrate name of the 'Fernandinaa ARTICLE IX.
Elks (4uh" in accordance with the said The by-laws ol the corporation shall
'lhart r and Articles of Inomrporation now made by the Directors but may be alte
on tile amended or rescinded by a majority of
In Witness Whereof we have hereunto members present at any regular meet
%nirwriled our names this 2nd day of July, or meeting called for the ppurpolse.
A. I. 1M .. .


Aangweaments are being made by
the Amella Heach Co. for the enter-
tainmest and ateoaumodation of a
large crowd of ezersionists from the
iterior of the State next Monday,
July 27. An excerumd to this place
on that date ftni Cedar Key sad all
intermediate points over the .Sea
board la expected to bring a large
crowd of people. Manyal them are
expected to reanasi over for a week
or month and it is hoped that prov-
sien will be made for their accom-
moodatitn at reasonable rates.
O(nrleMoteteatment will bring them
ack again and in larger nomibeo.


Buy


He 5Il Gnond Xhcu


D. P. Xrazunm.
Wn. A. EvA.tx
P. C. K EDLLY.
S. CANUUO.
Jse. G. msturrrr.


.we can mpnpge to
give you absolute sat.
isfaction in the way of
quality and price in
Attationery. We are
working for our profit
ut we realize that
the way to keep that
profit growing is by
givingg our patrQns
*ir treatment.
SFrank J. Suhrer
I Next to Pomtoffle.


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RARE OPPORTUNITY
TO SECURE THAI'

Choice Suburban Property
Adjoining and Lving Directly between
FERNANDINA and OCEA.Z CITY
Known As
CITRONA

ni mediately on Oiutral avenue and F. & A. B. Vi. R. This dolsirahil. property is now
OFFERED FOR SALE
The tract contains 475 acres HIGH. ROLLIN(, TA BI.E LAND. mot desl.irable fSr resi-
dence. for fruit and vegetable culture, for esLtbli.siment of f;a tories t.' -l other industries
Also 216 acres of beautiful. PlrUBRE'QUE HIGH II AMM woods., and Irontinlg on Central avenue. The lsocatiou taiil ciiI.h rter of thils Hammock
make it specially
Suitable for Parks and Drives.
The all-year-round attractions of Amelia Islamnr grjnmIl lier:h *>n tihe one sile and thfl
Churches. Schools. Stores and Commercial adlvantare-4 of Fe'rna.lini o0 the CITRONA a peculiarly desirable location for a sub'triamn town. fur fact.brie, and i;l.r
nearby TRUCK FAR'S.
In the hands of live mIen-aes of experse@e aml capital, thfi property
cold be made to pay large prolts on investment. Perfect, uninunibered
title guaranteed. For price and inap apply to
Apply to
SAM'L A. SWANN,
Fernsn4irna, Florida


The Eye and its Muscles

L. GRUNWALD
Graduate of McCor-


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That the lee enms you buy is strictly
PURE
wle woy know that the makers' han.s<
we eam-. die esdnded from the fare-.rv.
a fresers adm eher uteasils kept in
Sanaitery Coaditioel
Why take amy ehan where your health
Is erome-mmi t Why aot
IM MID FREEZE YOUR OWN ICE CRlEAM
a s0 lmITWES
FOR Ic. A PLATE with
JellI /IP =Fie
It is so easy. 81mply stir contents ,o
one13e. 1 ekagelInto a quart of milk su:.1
tressm wisbt eoosaG hAnai aIu or the nid
ditfI of may A i g les. This make t-.>
quarts of i eream elm. peare and w hl,-
ome. A good lee erema frewzer ran t-*
bought for a dollaror two which will last
for years, and will mom save it rost.
2 neckam. JZLLO ICE CHRAM Pow.
Ai for 25..
FtArs.: CAwact. Vamilla, Straw-
army.iLamm. mand Umaw.red.
MU by all edgroem.
The G .m.st Feed Co. toa y, 1L Y. L


SPRING MILLINERY
a at --.
Miss McCottery's
Fourth St., back of P. O.
The lates-t style.s in the cheaper a4
well am.- the lhigilher pritl gomNl-a.
Fine variety to i-ehct fromnn a>l all
g4ilts at the l4w*.t jtaPil"- prices.
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*fl---- E--CA IJNo us at our sitocK wl m lin<-se ee YuO
that we ea n pleareyou in a spring hat
And raining happy homes by the l 4W l mmt k
Intemperate use of liquor, Is sone- 1U IW DE 1
thing that should be prevented if
possible. If there Is any one near or
dear to you, whom you would like
to have cured of the dirnk or drug JjMJ iA D A 5
habit, write at once for confidential I Surea 0i fsP-was Pa sinue
information to
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE,
Jacksonville, Fla. S.kokf T h no i


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