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: March 2, 1911
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
semiweekly
regular
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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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Volume ID: VID00017
Source Institution: University of Florida
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FERNANDINA
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.NEWS-RECORD


VOLUME XLVIII, No. 17 FERNA -DINA, FrLA.,'iURSDAY, MAttJi 2. 1911 PRICE FIVE CENYs


THE COLONIAL BALL

A MUST BEAUTIFUL AFFAIR

A Scm That Lives i Ihe lmy of Tsmea Anh A

Sucass Em Way


WILL ENTERTAIN ORDER OF CONDUCTORS IISF THE PT


Brlthkirkd of Locomstiv Elgineers Are to Bring Thei n

to FeandinaAs Their tests, Saturday, May 13th ""ro m,
C argo consigned by Caig & Co.
Many of ourecitizens, whodtave hadre mean by that thevisitors for that Schooner Hugh Kelly, Har-
the be4 Interests anl welfare of good oW ekay have their homes in every Ui ~L dy, sailed for New York Tuesday
old Feramandina at heart at all times, sate and territory of the Union, and Having bought some property ner with earlm coniged t "yy
hve, after a continuoa s hatte with also their homes are seatterel over Hilliard and wishing It rewarded Eck.ein & Co .
adverse erums.atansanes, attained a the Domilmion of Canada and Briti.h the County books, before returalda Schooner ollie s W. Watk
notable victorpaIl that is of psile Oumaub and Mexico Thee people to his Illinois home, Mr. C. W ith ailed for New York
far-reaching results, and it now be- are coming here and it lies in our Whisennand, of Hardinsville, *-Ills- with ear condelse by ii
hooves every residentof Fernandina pow to so impress them with the nois, arrived in Fernandmina la tWharf Co.
to give the Board of Trade of our ei advantages !hg Fernandina pnme-eWs Tuesday, February 28th, snd was ouB Warner More Crockett,
full credit lir the landing of what that the visitor will sing our priswell I ple d with the city that h' at isd for Providoea Monday with
the News-Itecnrl believes to beofthe to their home folks. and his friend, Mr. Laum decided igoCew odgned l .irrk-ow.
gremtea import for the future welfare To properly entertain this large to view the town more fully, viaWl' shiew r s dn
of thiscity. ,t i tile lailing or bring- number of visitors, it may be nece- ng the beach ahnd the walerfont, asn Air ~a ymn.
io Cleore of an ortanization whose my for ourcitiens togiveaLssitanee well as the ireets in various parts wcN.Em
mremihers are to be found in every to the Board of Trade. The News-, the city and the more he and h & Co.
state and territory of Uncle Sam'sdo- Record says adviatbly may, for it frkid saw, the more impressed heoLtter BeldlnK'
main and en"ces acrot the borders h not been informed that such as- was with Femrandina as a place willtat ke "ay and
hbth ahys, into tnmada and Mexico. sistance will be absolutely needed, live in. will lake *Ia Whartuu
The organization spmken of in Ihe but "forewarned is forearmed" and But what impressed both 3lMemrs r &Rquo
foregoing paragraph is theOrder of in suggesting this matter to the at- Whlmssfnand and Lamb mostly w ailed ou TneK Brahsi & u.i
Railway Codinctors, who are to meet tention of our people It Is but looking their visit to the expimental fa rr4 d un
in Jacksorville mn theeagely part oljTorwaid to-a time where such a eof- ol the N. a.au Tract sad Fa rrve l"ingcargo
t coming month of May and it is tingeney should it arise could be met pany ad here they .r. ch.. Skull, -eh,
estimated that this convention will readily and easily by organizing away by the find a6h."made b. aio ir U-k al l, ,il h,,
.have at least 9,000,delegates and vis now. Such preparation shoulddme the crops, for tlw atlie th practkil argo at hedaig d ao w
itors attending it and .V duUuber is begun at once, and though it may farmers, and Mr. Whlensandam l st r -
the smallest figure fuNilhed a repre- not be called upon to give active as- to the News-Renord that though K L w Cral .
tentative of the FIl1[dlinn News- distance in i financial way to the was pleaded with his purchaseas,) a, a* w- -.
Iteord and comes from uch a source Board of Trade, It would work much the property at Hulliard be in :ai Schooner Dirdsall J. R.
that it is worthy of respectful notice, owre smoothly knowing that a help- probability would locate somewhe- *
It would be idle to prtmmem that lng hand awaited them should they on Amelia Island as the soll wam dichooner J. Edwvrd Drake, J. .L
all the delegates awl visitors to this need It and would avoid to a large ex- richest he had seen anywhere. H i l. -
convention sae eoaiMt to Fermandina tent that emnlmmra*ment that gem- left for their Hardiasville l Mchoo er Maria 0. Toole, J. P.
on Saturaay, May the 13th, but a rally attends poorly organized af- Wednesday morning. Hill.
large and sacten t ueamber of them fairs of this character and in this -" co. r or Pikards. Craig
will omne to Fernandlu said will manner add to the homer and credit TE A Co .
make of this evest the greater day of our city mm"-..Th. e cities of Calln m s e -. udge Bryce.
in the history of our city, whin the Thm special the Board ing petition to the 8hate U r t1 Bodense & a
Bathherod ofLomotive Egiueem of Trade sks tei to to incorporate, believing thai I rprar eremee M. Bdiing,
are to bring them here as theirpecial place before ourb ne- time to take that step as the dtin
guest to partake of a barbecue, sh ,ien and lastly th nt- has been growing rather raplifly of &*hooflet len E. Browm, J. IL
fry and fish chowder, and later on, ly, the patriotlVi#e of Fernmandina late and they believe that the future Hill
an excurimon whicia will practically the fact that t9rnder of Croduct- holds a better prmnise for its evel- ihonaer Cas. K. Skull, Craig &
ring the festivities to a close. ors' ofliclal colu s are white, g oreen pe
''lle blevial couftilarie of tlb Au,'* V j-m- o t mukiti eem 9hal ,
of Tre havih, ctar( i afftl ri t do o d'twte themr that bWl6tO k it(NW tof t the mt i M W
were in c '-rencee a go d part of last Iumnes and huseines. places with the inmsiprtant busihmes centers i INassau Fo r wee. etindig Feb. 25, "91i:
Tue.-daly with a omumliltee of the colors mentioned in one manner or county. First Urade, Mi-s Beugnet-W. .am.
ianeietintlve Etngineers who i uforuned or another. While everybody that It is at present attracting attention Hendri-ks, Edgar Hanillton, Johnu
the- IBamrd of Trade that thllere will be ran do so on the day of the barbecue, on account of the rikh fertility of its KItishausller, Edward Price, Chas.
a miell. :g like 5,IJU eIolde to visit should wear a rosette or a small piece soll from t Ome in the north who are Fyle, Grace SMyder.
Iert .maiumday, May 13.1, to attend of ribox made of thesc edors. s eknig places where to profitably Primner Class-Francis Lohman,,
time iMrlbece, alsl fry and Ash chow- It will be the endeavor of the follow farming, several tolonization Clarence Lohman, Earl Keen, LeroY
der, for which Fernandina has be- Board of Trade to make known schemes center their efforts in and Fink, Harry Galphin.
1ae fnamoums, through the columns of the News- around Callahan. It has besides ae.nd Grade, Miss Cari -Azeldds
Couductors, under the protect- Retl, ay event or fact pertaining v valuable fArming lamisd several very Fyfe, Theo Waas, Alice Galphin
of the Engineers, will ar- to this affir that is of importance to one churches and sadools, as well a Mime Carter.
Saturday morning, Mr people. a goodly number of busidne house, Third Grade--Mary A. PhiUlipt
ed to the Msee of Get away from your hammer; get andi a bank, while its citizens are Rowe M. Hnmphreys, Annie L. Wil
Park, by the an extra large elsed 'megaphone and progressive and hospitable, qualities ~on, uriae Hernandes.
Oty Park shout the praises of Fermandina from which will attract and hold tho* Fourth Grade, Mim Chadwick-
bet now until Saturday, May the 13th, who visit Cillaban. Myrtle Sanders, Pansy DeFee, Buat
-l Lacky, Voacite Powell, Eva Lob
SSTI EK i i man. Thelma Anderson, sad


ladof *aculni atiei. .rn yegrace ofain l participated in making the ball
ladi-dagsd get timeuan, lli grace of a grand atcial and financial su(evss;
carrig o1 the w.i nit, ie ta.e and .specialy". to Mr. Edwin Hopkimns,
self-p~o-esioot ltie .4mung ai ein and I the elcient flior mainaiager, and
ladies niade the eniertaiinmet so in- lMesia. John Voldenl, lomis Klarer
desertaiby pretty that to A1 aelaipt to and Ed lurphy, who decorated and
do it justice is almntos upui able. Helped in every way to make a .' -
At least twenty-flve couples were ce of our entertainment; to ,Metrs..
In custume, no two aldke, and tm wa A. S. Allen, W. J. Courter and N.
with difficulty many.were reeignmized B. Hnn for flags; Mularkey ros.
la the great change of powdered hair for the generous loan of InatiKg;
ati wig, which added much to mier- Mann & Swaiu for dishes, and last
rimebt of the evening. but not least to the Newo-ltecord for
That the iarticipacnts were aware nalny kind favors.
that an opportunity of umeusual oc- Very sincerely,
eurrence was to take plamc could Mra. P. BRADY0, PresidCItt,
readily be seen from the variety of Mrs. G. WooD, Vice-Prie.,
ctetumes worse for tie Lccau.ionu, and Myrs. *T. WAA8, T arer,
the fact that there were made PAer- a.... i K3vE..v_ oletlarv.


The "'(lo,.nial Hall," give loy the ) P Maularkey., ltiImd nmli
Ladies' Ce.etery AS -uemi m...if t-er-. i ar, Jn r-
. amdlitat, .M l.a ly ni hi i *F u:try" i ,llJh A. llu nvr ePatri, -,Jo lmr-
27th, after a i. iflm.n-et *out o litgeHarry Jon.son, l i KLr..,
-jrer-ce to tic. swri, u r. meumtllof elHarryJola, hhrr,
rt e A o. t wri.ll, ,urition thfI John. P. Ferreira and leo 1.11:,u.y.
tW. A .Mrlac..eil, m.ur.th Little Mi. Thien Was, iresel t,
d thweek lma K down e ti rtler esent George Washington, cl,, .-
tended int a the mm.ilory ofuc r-'ul .W ii it-ig, iatce and all, readily camrrid
function ever u dertakem uto Fernmu e1iff the prize of the evenimg, and by
da.Itoh emu tii i er h Iherquaintness won the admiration
dina. Its im,'mry will linger with of "a 1
all of Fernuda's bet l em n-iip The Ladie .CemIetery Awicniationi
taud wollmahllouxd for as I i g rlt ui, .. ......
aimd wcanathus al fir a ls em e 14i ) is ljerving the success it attllind
timne ami this affar is exiled oI j4 eusi -lainment, and tlie News-
that lmmcor
aa Record wishes that affairs of tl.Mir,
lycet hall, time mov i the future will be a. s ces-rfuil t
f"t6 il. alnr, the walls ati stage tellim as was this one, lli mtfrnom a
beautifully tIleckedl with that most e l and l statncij.int.
artfi le de- ra.timon, vez, tile United
States flag, was a illost plt-asing
scene to setting tiat smwned sully the CM O IF EliW
patriotic esleem lhat UGeneral Wash- Tile Ladies' Cemetery A-som.;ation
Ington is held in. Added *o this~ extend very herrty thanks to all the
the i-ene presnlteid i th' e (I-utumnci friend who rempoaded so graciouIly


I Iu miUSF IT i.
W. J. Haggard, who so
Lfiten years ago held a
tion at thie dbuear
Fermaedla tse pa
over, as be sate l
of pkam
News-Reae
soday aseam
whem be live
ton Ithat


a me4i
bhee aM


regal
Pewu


The Nassau Branch of the State
Retail Dealers Asocatioon met Fet-
e ruary 28, in Library Hall. The
0 meeting was called to order by th"
d e chairman, Dr. Horsey. The per-
st poses of the organisation were then
le discussed and letters read from sv-
t eral lawyers of prominence, comamit-
d ig on the propemed legislation.
a- Much enthusiasm has been manifest
ed all over the state ino the move
be met, and the State Retail DealerI
AwortLt to ISbecoming one of UHa
," strongest allegations in Floridla. A
ad state convention will be held in
it; Jacksonville, March 8th, 9th and
in ltifh, to which Dr. Howrsy will I t
me se:etgate. It is proposed that all th
Wr Fe.nandisa members attend lo
or body.
Dr. Hoarsy was re-elected chair
manand Frank Suhrer secretary.


otice is hereby


given that th
L mml t th


Oluck, WMlie Schroeder.
Fifth Grade-Olive Galphin, Leome
Crouch, Willie Swearingen, Charles
Bea-ley, Theo Hernandez, D. U.
Humphreys.
sixth Urade, Mrs. Ward-Mane
Lohman, Elkise Martin, Maggie
Va puh, Faith Fitzgerald, LIuise
Hughes, Eliabeth Wiloos.
Seventh mrade-Paullne B o y it
Bath Bouse, Ruth Nagel, Stephenl
Anderace, Alfred Schreceder, Bella
Glck, Boy Hliggibotham, Bay
Higginbothom
m Eighth Grade, Mias Weimar-Hu-
Sbert Powell, Emmile McGiln.
S Ninth Orade-La wretwe Galphin,
e Cecil Hall, Alice Mc(slen, Magge
i Sharpe, lf"ty Vance.
Tenth Grade, Mr. Price-Lilliam
r- Hghes, Ben McCottery, Maiom
Philip.
Eleventh Jrade-Nellie Way.
Twelfth Grade-Laura Browufeld,
ie Day Bruce.


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da e mu ae w op w m
ulaue. during its we-iL M
S4th, 1911, for a speeal act In addWim to te usual Lenten
onate (Mlaban, to provide ober e amim in t. MichaePs church,
jIx gI teltoril them wi he delivered eam Swamy
wa preibe Its jaic- aeves dring eA t m of a t eries
of rmMr on the gemnd a bject.
Q. C. Bumm, "qom fd the Creb to Man-
A. O ki." The talks will be moseetly
.LOSVIE, I nla ebarster, ad are nln-

su Ju inmb b ate. t
,. ax e I am .Il.
O SW and mo
aluk be wlomm.
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s e- ce ..i ty! A large number ol lrienmL of MiS
As one VIt 't l -tie 1. e ." "l ..v je,
cre Kre d ly (.r.eIrMi, Wel*4.,tttl o., jpret Litst, h urlday
tre (Mr. I. l .y iil, rer o dh amulogl evel'inig to toarpriLhe her at her holesset,
tjU (Mr.h pr) mcll Ly,de ,.haa uliafter lher lalors at the l.,stuolBee were
justice t> hia part) airs Latdit Al..lha;
WahAington (Mrs. N. B. d)vrn the yard to t
whlu eaily divi.leud tile ihon ,rs ~ lit is oy osi-itihled in tie yard t) tie
(tleeral Wahimngtol l Ina welcoming rear (if her imioxu and maie prelmr-
the guestsof Uime nigit, umaktgl pret- tilons fiw all oyster roeMal. The ppim-
ty courtesies, and suom time hum an l r young lady arrived in due time
laughter, which prelsages a delightful snot ol appronachicng tihe house wag
social event, could readily be beard quite ararited to notice the tlame in
at all parts of the hall. Amndst this tue rear of it mdl believing it afire,
happy hum and laughter Master of bethought erself of ending In amn
CeremonieAs Edwin IL Hopkins gave alarm, but first determined to ezim-
the signal to form in readiuem for ine the extent of theflre. Imagine
the grand march, and themeenorable Mth rparot' hurprIe on arriving at
event had started. Headed by May- the rear of the house to And theyad
or Bunen and Ge ( eral and Ladye Otalied all"MMa ll her feDsWl
Washingto, the body of dancers that an oyster roast was oIn prepara-
soon followed and described tue let- lion. t inquiring sbe was informed
tern U. K., Which was executed mnost titlyt thie roast was In her honor.
Clearly amid received the approval of Quietly miss Sctt reManted herearlier
the ouknok, of whom there was f.ars, much to the ammueneoient of her
quite a large number. muiaty friend. The oy-ier ra wa
A.d -.S l andA LA Mi enlaovable affair.
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From the grand march the lovers
of the light fnstantic gave themselves
over to that pleasure, and seewted to
enjoy the opportunity to the fullest.
The program of the dances was as
i follows:
1. Grand March; 2, Waltz; 3,
Quadrille; 4, Two Step; 5, Lancer;
6, Polka; 71 Waltz; 8, Two Step; in-
i teramision; 9, Waltz; 10, Quadrille
S11, Two Step; 12. Lancers; 13, Waltz;
14, Polka; 15, Walst; 16, Virginla
ReeA


While the Virginia Reel was in
progremuan alarm of fire sounded at
11:46 o'clock, and several members
of the re department left the hall to
answer the summon, showing that
duty was first in their minds.
The following is list of those in
attendance In costume appropriate
for the occasion:


Meadames Brady, Simemous, P. C.
Kelly, D. P. Molarke, Theo Warn,
Bnbet Carleton, P. S. Bacon, J. J.
Kelyt, Mim Alie PrO, Annle
Wedmar, Ovelds ad Nettle Kianard,
Raw Wass, Beth and Edith Haile,
DaIal Jones, Harry leerre, Mil-
i wia ,Jdm Moaw, Amelia
0 1 -R 'r. =-. bJalder, Alie


Tke**t***who attenmid and
WeO e -amsof estaomid dare were.


'he.alanm was not turned in, but the
oysters were.

M Nm
One of those quiet and select par-
tie- that occasionally take place. was
in evidence on Saturday muoo, Feb-
ruary 25th, whe Mr. J. B. Snyder, of
Atlantic avenue, invited a number
otf his friend to accompan) hinm*lf
and wit'- on a boat ride on his launch
to ]Dungene-e and picnic there for the
afternoon.
The party, consisting of Mrs. W.
T. Halle and daughters, the Mlmses
Beth and Edith; Mi s Dallas Joem,
Kate Mickler, Birdie Wood, Grace
Snyder, all enjoyed both the ride and
pienei, returning to Ferntdin- about
five o'clock In the evening, having
had a most enjoable time.


Mr. and M. P. C. Marcuma*
sre to ow their heartfelt
the kindmf extended tbema ia ier
recent low by fre of their home ano
brioqOclo


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List of Business houses and Professional Men of Fernatdina, Fla.


R. H. JONES CO. MRS A L F. STARK


S R EOHSY L IMAF


--AM--

MEN'S CLOTHIERS


3H0 Ow33 STREET.


JAMS CAILKINS,

Attoney-at-Law

SWANN BnILDING.


OPPORTUNITY!
DON'T MISS IT.


IEbi[Liner,


SmD.RY CIVIL BILL

Carri ApproimatFty One Hulred
-nd Forty MIienI.I


& -A stt the sundry civil bt. car.
L d %b id L L I hit y. ng pPrOlately $140. the
UMi AIM 5311 m a house o ereprentstlveN madOe a new
record. Never before In the memory
ESTAISUSHED OVER 40 YEARS ofcapitol attaches has the sadry civil
sbiAu, he big gest of aMl the mO gy bl-
ORTH S..CO.D STSaIT been put through the Mase tI o t
O E JiT days muder the general rules ad witb-
out- ,, ,,* a Ar"-f any sort beinh resorted


THE FERNANDINA nly the general deiceny bill re-
M ains to be. passed by the house.
CA --- .tting what Is believed to be
BJ M--l -- b another new record, the bouse passed
$7,e,40900 of the total In the sudry
MRl. M. H. SMITH, Prop. civil bill by -unanimous consent" Of
this amount the public building Items.
PHONE109. 112 CENTRE ST. agregating more tha n 21.000.000.
were adopted without being read by
Rooms 25c and 50c. the clerk.
The general Panama canal appro-
'pgular MeabS & Sbrt Orders priations, amounting to nearly 4.000$,-
( 000, were passed without disaculon
or question of any sort. The Item for
W J LOHM N, ,the fortification of the canal was co
W. J. L IfNA sidered as an entirely seMparate pro
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Te-rnus l-.u-somaide. Furniture and Bed-
Sding, Stoves, Crock-
h, Pyour t i-g, frr ery and Glassware,


CoT m o*! KEtablished 1884.
VALTERt 4AYlWido 3Igr, t I.
WA TER MAYI1, Mgr. Location: N. Second St.
310 (4Orntre .mtreet.


I. LUAEEI &i.

WALTER I COURTER I: mtae and Fay n.ere, ard-


Fruit, call

cogn Md


TRLEPUNE 9.


040OS 'TRE ST.


Sandofot
The standard by which other candles
ire judged.





Drug Store Goods

If unable to rw1nw to our .tore
order of ust by tsuil. YIa will
receive perfect .satidartimn. ,or
iuiMtey back.

WAAS' PHARMACY


ThO




Fenandiza.

Capital, Surplus, Profits
OVER $200.000.00.




tents' and Ladles'

FURNISHINGS.

CLOTHING MADE TO ORDERL

Phone 93. 213 (mceeSfit.L


WILIAM B. C. DURYEE
Fire ad Marie Insurance


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Varlime ssc-tlPeut of New
To* eenoo umie-" of.
Now Yark sad IAwia, LNbS

FIRfT AND CENTRE STREETS


Gr.ooeules,

Hardware,

Hay and.Gu'ains

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TMi KMi, mI


wares Wad te94 abrusa, aer.
esen, I4QkeiGe sMW Jmrfratling
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CENTRAL MARKET
3.

RiME Ml WES1BE

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How He Escaped.
-But." says the reourmed explorer.
"although I seemed to be hopelessly
lot and there was not the slightest
gn of a trail. I waa ot the least
alarmed. for at that moment some a-
madic Kurds rode Ilto my camp."
-Why were you not alarmed asks
a listener.
"1 knew the Kaurs wMuld show me
the whey."-Chlcak PoPt.


Soil Trickery.
A number of North Atchllao girls
recently Invited their friends to a
party, saying that a feature of the en-
tertalnment would be a swimming
match between two Sira. 3ery oeM
went and found that this part of the
program was carried out by two
girls sitting at a table with a bowl of
water between them Into which a match
coated. The men felt that they had
been cheated.-Atchlaon Globe.

THE BRIGHT SIDE.
IN Youhavefth pm&chiL N
yam &are douls bwytheM. I yu
bave ioy dweiL y1 hlmveau-
sewbeiL Fd dtie b* i&de
4 f &iWsWd hep o4he to I*
Sig of it as.L Tis is theo
md wet way to be cheenldj
Cam.


P. R. BRADY "L"eo a^- o
One of the mmot remarkable reeks to
Fogn fgl AMD HOUSE the word is that known as the bal-
DS m0ci ng rock. wh.ch stands em the
JFUI SI M 9 Ibank of the Willnamette river a short
LW INNSft h.fjm d. distance above the city of Portland.
Ore.
o dumng from a broad tbase is a small
HotelK Igoardleg Ioeum. hils. temerm column, roughly roWnd In shape. Juot
O lee3ssand I'rtvae es Furanilhed above thibis In a huge mas of rock
STopto bearing a tree on the summit, the to-
CORNER MECOXN AND ANI STREETs tal height of rock and column being
about 100 feet.
Altbough a great deal larger and
Sheaier than the pillar on wbleb It
S. VW stands. the big rock is very accurate-
ly balanced.
The entire rock is of a voleanei -
FIRST-CLASS ture. and the most singular thing
about It is the fact that the knob and
Shoe Repairing ar sn e. rely dt ntd te
another.
AND DEALER IN
ANDDEALER INQuikasilver Preduetion Dsreasse.
SLea quickaliver was mined to the
S-c wanted stafteslast year tha n ito I
nmd. according to a gomErnmt tate
312 CENTRE STREET. msont. the tendency Is towar a Os


.11 AEEr


F. H. HOBEIN, Prop.


ICckes Em FrM i, Bumter,
Cheese. Vegefles nmd
Coemd Goods- -


PHONE 5112


MISS S. CARRIO


ine .iHlinery





Femth It. O i HMIc hllmly.


R. P. CARLETON,
COUNTY tUDbftgCOMM?
A'IMSY-Alr.LAW.
WIN Piadlee In the Ch midhs.
w pnmgta of Numcauslumy.


WCMMIse to It P IOLuU.
When you have rheumatism in
k our foot or ibstep apply Chamber
It in's liniment and you will gekl
qui-k relief. It costs m a quarter.
Why suffer?. For ale by all dealers.
The Planet Mare.
The planet Mars resembles the earth
more closely than any other unit of
the solar system that we know any- -
thing abcSt. Mars I smaller than the
earth, and its ape-ifei gravity Is les.
Its atmosphere is rarer than that em
the highest mountains. It has prob-
ably no oceans and very little free wa-
ter. except 'n spring, when the anow
melts.
The Pretugos Reanada
A dish as much aten by the Portu-
gEese as mince pie by Americana is
the rebanada. It tos of Moorish origin
and is easily aud quickly prepared, as
batted the habits of a nomadic race.
Thick slices of bread are maked toIn
new milk. fried in olive el and then
spared with homey sad eaten hos. The
su at tis something deucios. aad
those who have once tasted the robehs-
udas win want to taste it again.
The B-9geme Tres.
There is but one spot In the world
whnre the bergamot tree can be cultS.
Sate with proLt a tact of sme Im-
p$atern, asame i*a emea is indispes.
sabe In the manuftetare of amerems
pifmes and medial prOperadm
The aspt referd t is Bem l. i Ca
labrils that *ztrematy of the tan
pnlnmsla which tafmU arv'- -'
- ess. ff~ 6 we-go..


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Dr. J. P. MiHler, of Jaeknville, States and .he was uncertain whether
Sent a few days in the city last week the country would supp prt a third
4,11 husims-. At that time she did not know that
Mr. Mary A. Wilson, who has the higgl n om n in the world is lie
t**n on the ill lit for a few days, is :rolm for inilrove.uent.


much improved.
The Rev. C. W. Wartnon preached
au uplifting and inspiring sernOo at
Ke4ter last Sunday.
Mr. H. Brockingtm, of this city,
sj.tnt a day in the city of Jackson-
Ale ast week on busine-s.
Men to cut palmetto leaves are
wanted at Palmetto factory. Steady

St Florida Natural Products Co.
Mrs. Rubie Wilsom, of this city,
wp is employed as teacher at Ever-
muen, spent a few days in the city
last week.
I he Revs J. W Williams, Wnm.
Wagner and John W. Wesley spent
&.!ew days in the city of Jacksonville
last week on htu.-ielM.
Avsrs. IL. F. ULvingston adl Levi
Iiegin, of Jacksonville, spent last
- Nday in the city as the guest of
Mr,. Elizabeth Patrick.


Vdlitor of the Times-Union, in the
pet- on of Prof. 1. W. e4mkins, spent
a jew ..ays in the city last week as
thtguest of the various ministrro.
lr. R. R Williams, who is num--
be ed among the mout congetiial and
u*qepive physicians of the state,
wprat a day in the city of Jackson-
ville last week on bUniness.
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Following will be the order of ser-
vices at Mt. Zion M. E. church Sun-
day: Sumdlay school at 9:30 a. tim., A.
D). Hunter, Supt.; II a. Im., Love
feast will be lhekl and p tichilig by
the Rev. Win. Wagner. The Lord's
Supper will be administered at 3:30
p. it. 77:40 p. ni. serni n by pastor.
Sanject: "*)ur Father'. Forgiving."
All niembers and friends are invited
toatteidl.


THE LIFE OF TRU.ST.
What a vast portion of our lives i
#pent in anxious and useless forehoal-
ing, c'neKrnirng the future, either our
bwn or that of our ldear onest. present
joys. present hlet.ing-s lip lvn aewl we
IsIim half their .weet flavor, anmi all
for want vides for the tiniest insect in the sull-
ibetnll. (), when -haull we learn thi
sweet trut in l(ail our little ehildlra
teach us every lda y y their irnftiliti'
faith in u-? We, who are so mut-
able, s: faulty, so, irritable, so unjust;
and lie who-is .so watchful, so pitiful..
so loving, so forriving! Why caln-
not me, slipping our hand into His
each day, walk trustingly over that
day's appointed path, thorny or flow-
ery. crooked or straight, knowing
that evening will bring us sleep.
pieae and honme.-Phillu.s Brinoks.


The able minister of Trinity M.. E. "I know a thing or two, -my dear
o(lurch, in the person of the Rev. son," said a father to his only son.
(;.*W. Covington. who has been vis- "*You are in bad conmlany. The
iting points south on business, ar- latds with whom you associate in-
rived in the city last Tuesday.I dulge in tad habits. They drink.
The Baptist Young People's Union smoke, swear, play cards and visit
ol the First Baptist church will ren- theatres. They are ot safe cooipany
der a lull program at their meeting for you You needn't Ibe afraid for
Sasilay evenings at 6:30 o'clock. Ev- ne3. father," replied the boy laugh-
erylxxoy is cordially invited. COAne ingly. "1 guess I know a thing or
and receive the blessing which will two, I know how tar to go and when
be awaiting your arrival. to stop." The lad left his father's
Ili Bertha Gaitwood, who is a house twirling his cane in his fingers
graduate of the (G. C., Savan- and laughingK t the "sld man's no-
naIh, fa., has opened a private lions." A few years later and that
chuol at Mt. Zio M. E. Church, lad, grown to anhool, stood fiore
altuated in South Fernandina, on the bar of a curt, lef're jury
Eighth street. She will also give which had just brought in a verdlict
music hssons, admission ler week of guilty against son e crime in
t ce. which he had been concerned. iHe-
\ ^Aw. lfre he was senonrod hbe addre-med
U ews-g d: Mr. E. M. n- tie tourt, and a among *4"
weor, Mr. ArtE.hur t d, ,Mr. F.tthings "ta y downward course began
wins, Mr. Arthur .Crua n, Mra. In d soAlience to asy parents, I
)Dawkins, Mr- (. R. C Broin, Mrs. mthoight I knew as much a 3my fati,-
M. ienjamnin, Mrs. Lydia Bruce, er did and I lrned-bls advice, hut
Mrl. Eliza Alberta, Mrs. Lula Craw- as roon as I turned nmy back on iut1
lord, Mrs. Lula Colley, Mrs. E. D. homIe, tetuptalions came upon 1
Brown, Mr. 1H. Brockington. like a drove of hyenas and hurkadl 'U
r ..r. 1 .ntio lmto ruin-" Mark this confessim, y,
Dlr. Franklin's mother-in-law hesi- lNys who are beginng to be wi.en
tatled at letting her daughter marry a than your parents! Mark it and
printer as there were then already learn that disahedience is the first
two printing offllces in the United I th ie road to ruin. Dm't tak
ii.-.&e4ted.


WILLIAM I. BRANTLEY.


eor Ways and Means Cmmitkn.
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F'
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Why Boys Are reave.
To his teacher's request that he give
the class Ideas on the subject of "brav-
ery" little Johnny delivered hIntmelf of
the following:
"Some boys is brave l-anuse they
always plays with little boys. and some
bory Is brave because their le-s Is too
short to run away. but most bas l0
brave because someloody's looking"
Brooklyn L.ife.
His Ma'esty's Lost
One of thei oldest adr-
king' spee bh oc-curred
as we read in the oe
Sir Woodlhine Parish.
lost his false teeth -
cellor. Eldon. who
posed to thepaltky
ed with reard to
to deliver it "
ant no *en**


FLORIDA TOWN IS

SWEPT BY FIRE


WbhSpfo* Simuneo L fss it
$200,000.


28 STRUCTURES OSTROYBi.

Fire Started in the Baptist Parsonage.
and, Owing to High Wind, Burned
Rapidly-Lake City Fire Department
Was Rushed to Scene.


White Springs, a small report on tn-
Suwanee river, was practically de
stroyed by fire. which started in the
Baptist parontage and spread rapidly
through the business district.
A total of twenty-eight structure,. a
majority of them mercantile establish-
ments and including four large hotel.
were destroyed before the flames
burnt out.
A high wind was blowing,. and the
fre spread with such rapidity that the
guests of oue of the hotels were
threatened and several slightly burned
before they could reach a place of
safety.
The absence of a fire department
made the town helpless, and. once the
fire started, although the Lake City
department was rushed to the city by
special train, It was of no help on ac-
count of the absence of a water sup
ply.
The damage is conservatively placed
near $200,000.

FOR BI. 1 itx RATIONS.
Fight Begun More Than a Year Age
is Successful.


The fight inaugurated mor' than ;a
year ago for the bettermnent of the
rations served in the various national
soldiers' homes was won at Washinot
ton when the provision In the ammdoi
eivil bill, increasing the appropriation
for this purpose by $160,000. wat
adopted.
Representative Cox, of Ohio, called
attention to) the fnet last year that th.
average ration in the soldiers bhorni-
was 14% cents. and that in some it
was as low as II cents, or about th.
same as in the federal penitentiaries
The increase provided will bring tic
average rations up to 17 cents.

FLORIDA MAKING GAINS.

Reports of Various Departments Show
Wonderful Advance.

Advices from Tallahassee say that
State Printer Appleyard has tnura.-l in
to State Treasurer Knott his annual
rPort for 1910. lie will complete
the reports of the saeretary of
$dte and comptroller. These lattes
mitke over 700 pages each. Thp re-
port of Commissioner of Agriculture
McUn is more than half ready. This
Seals nmore exhaustively into thlie re-
sources of the state than any of the
,Others. and will possibly make a vol-
ume of 800 pages.
The statistical census oft the state.
as to its manufactures. is said to be
much more complete than that of the
governni.nt 4-ensuis. ('ol. Klliot. ot0
Mr. M-Lin's office. says that unle
comparison is nma:le with
years, no one has any cone ci
the wonderful advance Flo
Ing along all industrial *


RESOLUI,


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nation and
acquaint
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"By
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-Tmp if tmt Amng the Cinii PeII


Telephone No. 144


John W. Wesley, Editor


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EIERAL W. H. BIXGY.

Army Off.C W. i R.. sng
Wo"lk .* f ustmes-'- h man.


HOUSE HAS VOTED ALLEGED BANDITS

TO FORTIFY CAALARE RUN TO EARTh


nook ut- In themawl% am Nock aor mimL b the in do
us" & on, ot atOesmbiefts oameateffectimiiy. TeMimp wl M go af
A 1 5 A ot %9A


3I.AmM f of Trhu ale m8rs SO '1to DA LLAKLT

h Ba i SNOW LINIMENT

\ CAUGHTj IIP. r IT IS A WONDERFUL PAIN RELIEF.

Action of the House Practklly ft. After Long Chase of Many Days 0ab it o wer the part afeeted. It penetrates the fles a A gleklymh tll o m 'bi
ties the Q&& it of Fortaticemsl as cars of the Law Believe Thee NHave treM e exists. The al ,fl *I-PtG.h Immediately subsiMe. I reles the miscle quiets isma
the Sentiment of the Sintte IS in Caught the Gang Who Robbed South- t"oM o lores ost rMersm a" eae. S T hre eases o fteehli rheum s or e cs ae
Fav r's Fast Mail. cannot be help through this marvelous heal reme: the s ese the oment t rehe t
f of am at~. eeWt parL It is a great family remedy for all purposes for which a inlment s eeded h-
The house of representatives voted Three men arrested In LuIpL i utweoU b, buns, bruiseS gallS, chafed spots, sweagt, frest biteI, stings of Insects. cy pos-
appropriated $3 houe of tato beon way's fast mail, No. 6, near Whie.n e te mt o period n th pe with w restore healthy
work, the total cost of which has been Sulphur Springs. last Saturday. hh' ., a s, mO.
estimated at $12,000.040. after a been fully identified by parties connet imm F. A M
hngthy debate. ed in the case, Including & pOb itW sef*
The action of the house practically the train crew on the run the mornlit i >> Sbo mme ta e allsMmm o
settles the question of fortification for the trn was robbed. who


S ^t r batteries. 5
the sentiment the Rate s to One represent of Flothese pririda's lagead- have used less than one bottle wr



-- ROBBED OF $106523. as thg citizens and business men seem. J S^rd Wr |
Se mor the an al 2 to n favor their beg p d th bled at the Hotel Seminole. at Jack.


TtCt n e thee l w at a ls J oh reo _, s tiripate in the annua ffty per cent better than
steast be 0meati %te a d o retutant to talJ o the me for t ANNUAL BANQUietT.ng Ca
h ae. He then n opeored a bn Mdmetm d4 The oteron two oem perfectly l aocuiaton of the Virginia Military
whih provide that so Poed ObRf th ag to talkhe discovn regard to tver vbe Institute.t l f e

Mrs Gus Joseph. postmistress at alY set aswie for li p s, dtenstitu^.te. 5gs Pd as s erea Ceth Betst aery
nttan Td of Sa oca- have confessed everything. Up's __I


DUo, a calsu of thcme committee P iprorbIg her adrr val at Gatevblo Gea. they the e presentation of Florida'es lead al I have used less than one bottle of mad ar
wa hROBBEld up by two highwaymenOF $10,523. the United staes had a m to me- i cr and buried theart eat th he adeoe.at Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushille, Neb., "and am feeling
Jc receiled by expre from Kano e rya of s all t he Virgini a Military Irthetuble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was iAm U


st received b`p y express from Kansas m aridtIe nation al guarateg t Gre udTwo & more suspects Th o"e i of the leading military colleges in
Clt'. 1 ~h money was to have nbe trality ad laterat al protetion Groea. Ga., were brought to snet .o the country. It has been commented
aed to pay off employes of the Sherl of the carnal. ie ad eorts are e i .U a tod favorably by President Taft and
dan Coal Compa The money was In one package. ttky, btterly attacked things ame- W tet other promi nut military ind State as an
Two other packages, containing $10.. m- t ad warned memb teat t had t Lampl nty tb wa t ai mtlen t in the United States as aent
000 each, were not found by the rob- be@e introduced for the s* purpose ely $3 American moaey oas the entire itituton which produces eiclent a45
ers. of defeating the appprtion trio, while they possessed over $2,000 The part t played n furnishing Wo T
The money was sent from Kansas The Taw amendment th was in Britis cola. cers for the Confederate cause is
City. There was $30,523 In the three voted dow1, 130 to 3. A mosto by Mrs. Cooper, of White Salphur history. Its graduates who have made pot by
packages. The train was met by Mrs. Reprsentative Kelfer, of Ohio to: prig, has dentiied Luck a the good for the country's cause since that he rare medicinal from Europe and ar not to b
Joph and Albert Briggs, cashier of trke out all proviso for the ft- who bought a small utt o ( time are well known- the manac other medirecine. and ar not to be
the company. tMon of the canal was tot. 15 to 51. el from her store on the evening of found n any other media what give Cardui its superiority
press company, of which Mrs. Joseph seemed to center in the Tawnsy The two younger prisoners tawe -- NA E aS At e n0e1" Cardui has been the fav orite won-
was agent. amendment, and the speeches made tat Luck secured the lar*"r amount Governor Gilchrist Commissions a. For Over 50 ye ars C du be se it
Mrs. Joseph took a package contain. tor and against t by Mr. Tawney aod the booty, which ceased a row between than P. Bryan. b an's medicine. The ladies a It
g 10.23 and left the depot As Mr. Sherley. the three, followed by separation and to take, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, nd
she stepped out of the door, a masked I t r Imm at. Governor lchrist has comm they have faith in its curative tonic powers, because of
1man. with ,v revovler, confronted her WAS SOLDIER OF FOkrtUNa stated that they were headed n- sloed Nathan P. Bryan, of Jackson- the tt .usands of other ladies it has helped. Try it today.
and demanded the money. Another es- see when captured. vie, recently selected In the Demo a ndept. Msdie Coo oThm,
robber stood nearby. Mrs. Joseph John Boyd, Hereof Crimen WWr, and vlR e primary to s uee d In the Demo-* -* se A" s- Ta Dr tWsTn.
headed over the money. British Writer Dies in Hntevife. RAID ON OCEAN LINER. es P. T P aferrio to s fu l the vei
BrigM. who was close behind, saw an"y t United States senate
what was going on, and threw his two John Boyd, chief editorial writer of Cnspiracy to Violate U. Immigra- aey senator The Uniterro's ter ex-nate
packages. containing $10.000 each, into the Mercury-Banner ard Weekly Mer tion Laws. ter MSenator Tah a erras ter i ex
a corner, eury. of Huntsville, Ala, and for many The appointment means that Mr.
The robbers did not singer to deter- years connected with the sta of Federal officers swept al Bryan will enter almost immediately
mine whether they had secured all the many newspapers in the east and trans-Atlantic liner when she made Bryan will enter almost immediately rSS
money, but ran to a buggy and north, died It that city, after a brief her pier in New York and arrested upon the discharge of his duties. The BSS B. e,
escaped. illness. every man in authority from captain state legislature convenes ation Aprilof the
Mr. Boyd was about 75 years old and down. All are charged ih con- prima ryd it will confirm the action of the
RESQLIITIOMN ADOPTE leaves a widow Mr. Boyd was born spiracy to violate the United states priary in elet Mr. Bryn for th ho t D e i
ton Ireland and In early life entered lamm rtioU' laws. -. atist o*six years.
National Highway. He fough, In the Crimean war and Hellenic Trans-Aftntlc Steamship Woman Suffrage Movement.
In the campaign In India that suppress- Company, whose general agent at St. Petersburg has the first woman's-
Rosolutions were adopted by the ed the SePwy rebellion. He was a sol. New York also was arrested. The suffrage organization in the state of u e Ake nwdcturer of
board of tride at Tay nville pledg- dier in the column that cut its way government charges that the company lorida, this organization having been
Stht body t k in assist- through millions of Sepoy's to the re- has been smuggling in aliens ft more completed at a meeting held in the Sod d S p -ar
ing that body to~ antdv, V ,"ki s lief of Lucknow. and his descriptive than a year. some of them diuled hristia church. Th one who wae W r r pa-
ang the oure in their efforts to extend writings of that.campaign, appearing as members of the crew, others hidden most Instrumental in getting the or-
lanta Journal their efforts tohat city.end In the Liverpool Gazette a short time about the ship until there was no dan. ganization on foot is Mrs. Julia S.i: 6 r ie ad all
the National nhighwy to that city. later, attracted much attention. ger of search. Lucky, of Knoxville. Tenn.. who is \to
This matter has been under consider- As a staff correspondent of the Liv- NIkols A. Galanos, the agent, was president of the Tennessee organiza- U
athe for seral e advocated rpool paper, be came to America and released under $20,000 bond. and his tion. Mrs. Lucky has been coming to Kis 0- Miaral Watr
the way bteen h ta and ew was so charmed with this country that confidential secretary in $15.00. Cap- Morda to spend the winter for sev-
the highway between Atlanta and New he remained and took up Journalistic tabi. Gekas Klouras was released in e4teen years, and to St. Petersburg for -
York city, and it was oS a unt of work In the large ciMes of the at. or were his first ocer, chjpf flften years. She- had been Inter- -

them to start the work ia ete I a Banner in Nashvlle and thel eecers were held in $r10e ball each orida. The fact that St. Peteraburg AGENT.
the hway to Jac. cam to e and became a St each of the eighteen min t has a cosmopolitan population and
When the matter w b ht ip member of the frst staff of the Dally th re i $00 uch.ople of so many different views has *
muh enth .as w, m sted O S Me -nthe gr ea u red S od obMliat Sii
the four or five hundred umbers His writings covered a wide rang of bal Jue hre aielt reuired in, qmemenrdt bwldehe a good n for J

STHREE DEAD, sm^m L T1 haA.for March 1. The penalty for Good Crop Propect S\
-eas 'TM w ton CANAL BONDS. epracy Is $,Me fe and two, Pwpects look very bright for the ROBB D O JWEL
_U .'3 T5Wy .PVS.55 Wieo y ouSrlmprlsonMsat, either r both,' trmes in the southern part of Fr '. TA TO.V IS ROBBED EF JEWELS.
^*B A Bloaing ~ ~ 55 Jt waN Be M ay 8* Made by sj tor vy tlac Bctles S of the la. MS, and the possibility of a splendid M*1 Drummond Loses ortune I
..ned o't dy *a6 Osemnent ra lw 98. ad tWo years." rp thies sn 1 more than evidentI T FIRE o
taed Le.dSlayree ~ wo mi **3Seerbtor beth. Jtdgina g from the reports rewelved SWFPb B of Gems on Ship.
telsread a l !dh an l totally < $ ot Panama bonds seeemm Mer at-2a2 whow t up thiighout the state and from the --- MrS. Maldwin Drummoad, formeri

e.ot tory O the treasury to withhold t' e athe a when ts. aboard a trans-Atlantic liner.
It tat e w ma sites from us s a ea for o at a Graham, W Kina an eztensite farm- Diamond pearls and other gem.
s e.e Wt- al -ib ra- ty la the event that the tna- t o m-. t s-. roe. ,,,, ,o, TI..#rd o.a.. disappeared mysterloualy from he


ythe flame leapedentm i ewe c tea to t e a e W- t..- -M,. -m tW irop. look bwte tTDITC sttroo on tie e hipn& Amerlki
affet the PMnMeer b ith i his e e the dIcrops d^ ho t iUUU C INU D of the Hamburg-American ine.
veloped nto a a m y e ie ofe -er cent certlncatea of t. than has beae witnessed orThe los wa reported medlatel
ctrol e c t ie iel & AtgM Thwry debteeem, ha-g one yeartoT s he h the iner do-ked at Hobotken, ad t
callt 4 Sd pecl l ttraMi were 1at to probable. That is the treasury% ten. time. pi started in the Baptit Paonae p e of Hoboken and New York ao
ner shho'lnor rftitl aftr mnM Te 5theN plan v ow. of ieuxPCTS TOTrA"T.o TO BE RELEASED JULY L and, Owing t High Wind, Burned wo-krnt 'rtn dhe F s o.
flames started Obertly t w s eoek i v view of the sale of about $1..ity Department Mr. Dr:cnond hurried to the
trno bthe or tit w U er loek d uth Mu000 industrial proa meant boos at b Power s I Aeeordting to a telegram received by Wa Rushed toc .tel Pa. decline to das h
ternoo bee the w d gJaary and the predltie ont tCeeress WVN Uphd Hi CI olne W. W. Furo, of tp. n diefa ik
tl about me.000.000 mori e will in t im a y U wa,'s Fb., Presldeat Taft has decided to White Sprin8, a small resort on the The inibur-Anerian line di
Pioo 0" mWatys, tomarket Inoy the mUsontW Co Pohwn F' commIut the sentences of W. S. Hear- Sfutwe river, was practically de- tha, t ,.,nrrs tesve Jewels In the
aob this the 11 th tientucdy d,
f t o ayi, mMsgr of the Jack"ot Lumber m wroed by e, which shatarkted In the sae b t the on riskt
John dI a propitious time for as law of w report th t may, so rd drpiday.stateurooAD"tawsprerd
orm withs se nt t i* OrmN MWof. ;* f"M tror totlif others of that company, who are now thOragh the buidnem district. BRITAIN BUYS YANKEE GUNS
dlied recently. He ease to Orod iln Ptaor Mo t serving sentences in the federal pris- A total ot tweayo ght structures, a
'STS, when the little eM y W With a *t by Powers. it Is e at Atlanta, for conspiracy to com- maJrit Ot them merastle establish- Bettle of Sidney Strest Leesd Eng a
New Britahe. "I n here.- ad tghe b eo u t Th s "etoe, maed by e.i fact s lt peae. maits and Indudleno fur large hotels, to Arm Peole.
ew Brin a r."I Wa tt to gve you a porter." deat e~ e ss n o Unde ro ab Uer the order to be issued by the Were destroyed bet the ames London's notorious tattle un
Aviale Ejb trs. dUboyr"mt in whih evebt the m*aater prs. ist they will be released froIn brt out. ye." In while a company of e
orAn aatnaee election san quasiam- would prison after they serve six months A high wind w blowing, and the guards a detachment of artlery a
Pa t emlm BeI s *I Wo I hear you humming Baac nI1aes11y be 1as110 Mat an early, which wMr give them their liberty Ire spead with p rapiity that the a re brigade were employed to saals
Pm arM_ 5s m aroemd beroe i" d ... about July 1. They were sentenwce of one the bte were the poce to arrest two armed m
ort fMndm to the i y B his ltM t Mr. l d I to isere eighteen mouths. threatened at Ughtly burned i emaiiag many of the bMg ngeal
ofthMe habmlen u A ." edo It e moe I w ae thiat before they dileach a place of etis to arm their police lt~hyaMte
H sd is h. easo grml yss, et Artme, had do WIlnAsr KIDEY PILLS. afety. ely the maA* = hr"y Ws i g teeS
^-GW SI Ia I easnt wi-atie. t4m ed he w"eM q=sia Power Have you Mslected yoor Kidnrys? Bave The absenet of a fire department t America. The town eliell
Jl'a hW. th, LkdHo t s. Ug' w' a Q1 sK- Rfald to q as a number of eda you overwork your nervous system and made the town helpless, and. once the leather. Nottinmdam a e
"e oPa beam Ua CiM hlHl l. gb Ita t go ha (Pfwer) had beard of m cMed tmne wih your kidneys and blad e started, although the Lake City have decided to oeder AUMraa aumo
chilirwn they lbuilt"M O tft A- >di jdet Have yo pains in was, ide. back d*Ptmet was rushed to the city by mie ptaols for their men
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NOTiCE TO ADVEJITISRS

fo ERADXA VIAdo@, -McmI.l


The Fernandimu Ianl of Tr.Ole
derfve pgeat credit lr iiducitlll*I'1
Br4therhood of bLcomrol ive Enit -
Iemn to choose this town as the p!t.,"
Jor entertaining their frietdl, thl*
Onler of Railway Ono'ut".-, at I
big fish fry alnd Imareticue, om ti- l:t'1
,lay of 31 ty next, :ind to ngrei t honi
cannott he given the .leciil conanImii-
tee, who engineered th matter I.
a nteres-ful eowlusion.
It wou d lie dileult to iam:ue s
latter more isipirtant aol whicrl
will reemound with nimnor' .itual re
1ilts to ,aMr ilty than the visit ,f thi-
large aumbetr (of mll st repreeiltat iv.
inll. Wheln it Is taken into .onsid-<
eraliu1n thit tlfw' lople who will I1
our guests iext May, hail from ever
ntliomn of this oiustry, and are me,
(fdgoal standing in their own place.
ofreidklence, it will riwuire no gresa
perception to, readily see the vast a8t-
vantage from an advertising staml-
point that is lound to accrue from
the viit ohese orKanizations to our
town.
Aside from its lu.siness ami aKgrt-
cultural advantages, Fernandiiati I;
ieally or, ated for a pleasure r"ort,
situated as it is ni Amelia Island,!
andl having what is 4unouet-ioamaly!
the fneai t beach in the state, and:
which ioffri to the votarks of the"
rod and resl the best and nmot varied
Isliing anywhere. Nowlhere on
Owd's footstool was nature mo.re lay-
ish in her gifts than at this end ol
Amelia l.4amud, where Fernamisina i
iow -.ituated. llere the climale is
delightful, wither too h4 nllor tfoo
cukit, heig a blendion of the leser-
ate and the trwplral zone~; the health-
fl cunditlinms are all that could Ih
desire, which is largely due to th*
purity of the water and the clean II-
ines -f the city; while as for scenery.
the lmeautiful visions of river, Imuarsh
and se.a ever delight the eye and
defy the artL s'a brsh t) repruhece.
Yet we have had these many bless-
ings and various advantages since
the dlawn of Unlitel 'States history.
aili wilh hmltt rekuli? ~1amsnexear-
toin tri:tms bring vi-itors from othei
partls of iwe state. and a few froma
eou'tim, to this mi stt naturally ere-
.tlfl re-ort iin the -4rJth, yet the vas,
Imortle of tourists, who every season
lltroieg thistate isn eadrch of health
andiii plea ure, are not aware that noui
toiwl is on til e anlap. fur Fernainliona
hi.a- never been properly advertised
It i. more than likely that the
.**nmig f this iiultitudle of repre.wn-
tative raiilrad meni will change alsi
this. f.,r out-side of drummers, the
':is >e-rs miatl ctdonductors it tlie won-
hrtul rlroaid sy.lellms of thi couu"-
ryl h've a greater circle of friend.i
a.tnd .ic.tiitAances, dalily visiting s i
.i "y different towns as they do,
ih.l, 4 Iy other set of mimen; and it is
u.11dly t1 lI expected that they will
.all t, leimat in glowlna colors the
*wa;tui. oof this place when thIey re-
aurn tI. their homes. That they will
-iwak weli of us is s fIregooe enoeDu-
*i'm, for no one ever visited this townI
Alho lid not become infatuated with !
:hie place and the people. Our citi-
*,it- will dol everything possible both
""r (heir cnafort and pleasure, and
Sill give them a welcome such as
*tly Fernadklina can show.
A gain we congratulate our B r
,f Trade foir inducing these muen-,f
"he rail toselect this town as their ;
placl. f tt ioynMt, and we prophesy
that the ultimate results, which will
Ac'rue from their visit, will be more
far reaching than our citleas nowW
realize, i


The New.-Ilecord In behalf of the
,',sle of Fernandima, ainure the rail-
'.,l men a hearty welcome.
(hae k a billows balf-sEiltag(
fore it gets serious. A dose of IHEI ,
ItlNE' i the remedy. It mesea
try, sl|,etite and etbeerfil spirits.!
rc* k s. d by QC. Roberts&
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Aeroplanes Will B

Police of the Sky.


FERNANDINAI
NEWS-RECORD
Published Every Thursday
.~ U< *IMe wet o .liiU ."
S- W. MANUCY, Editor and Prop.
Adv ertaim Rates on Application

Sublcription Rates
e Yew One Dollar
Six Mt Fifty Cents
Invariably in Advance


CIRE flying machine has
come. And what are we
going to do with itf
There are three fields open for
aviation-SPORT, WAR AND
( X)MMERCIALISM.
Now, there are two ways to
prepare for war. One is to pre-
pare for it amply with FORTIFI-
CATIONS, WARSHIPS AND
AEROPLANES, and the other is
to talk about disarmament and


peace at any price.
There are two ways to prevent war. One is to tnrn the other
cheek, and the other is to be so prepared that there is no need for
hitting biack. But the preparation for war is the CHEAPEST'
KIND OF INSURANCE.
It 4 t
IT IS MY BELIEF THAT THE GREATEST UTILITY OF THE FLY-
ING MACHINE IS FOR WAR. IN THE NEXT GREAT WAR AVIATION
IS GOING TO TAKE WAR INTO THE THIRD DIMENSION, AND
WE'LL HAVE THE WHOLE CUBIC CONTENTS OF THE CELESTIAL
DOMAIN TO Phiu iem.
Victory in the future will depend on the POLICING OF THE
SKY.
There will be but one way of meeting aviation, and that is by
aviation. We must MEET THE FLYING MACHINE WITH
FLYING MACHINES. In the event of war it will be our
STRONGEST ARM.


We Need Women Police

If Proper Protection

B Is Expected.


By Or. ANNA HOWARD SiAW.


I ONCE sent a suggestion to one of the reform
mayors that he appoint ONE HUN-
DRED WOMEN POLICE .in New York
city.


S-. We women are never afraid of making sug-
gestions, and I told him just how it could be
A done. T told him to have them all Salvation
'' Army women and to have Mrs. Booth pick out
just the kind that could do the work.
NOT LONG AGO I SAW A MAN IN A CHICAGO COURT WHO IN
ONE OF THE CHEAP MOVING PICTURE SHOWS THERE, IN THE
COURSE OF THREE MONTHS, HAD TAKEN TWENTY-THREE YOUNG
WOMEN AND LITTLE GIRLS AND SHIPPED THEM OFF TO TEXAS.
t It it
That thing could never happen if capable women, as the Salva-
tion Army women would be, were acting as POLICE in cheap mov-
ing picture shows, cheap theaters and restaurants.
At the time I wrote to the reform mayor I asked for a hundred
police women. Now I ask for a thousand in New York city and
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS FOR THE OTHER CITIES
AND TOWNS in the United States that need them.


You Are as Old as You

And Your Friends

Think You Are.
by Dr. L L NASCHER. New York Physicia.
Y OU ARE JUST AS OLD AS YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS
THINK YOU ARE AND NO OLDER.
I am quite serious about it. Of course I do not mean
that a man may succeed in walking upright into his grave
simply because his friends tell him he'll never need a cane. But thou-
sands of Americans are PREMATURELY AGED BECAUSE
NOBODY ASSURES THEM THEY'RE YOUNG, because
stooped shoulders and trembling knees are accepted with a ehorus
of sighs instead of being bani-hed by a chorus of smiles.
Flatter an old fellow upon his youthful appearance and activity.
Watch him straighten up under it. You may say the result is only
momentary. But so is the stimulus. WITH A CONmIJNUED
STIMULUS A LASTING RESULT MAY BE OBTAINED.
Old age is so often a purely psychic affair. Why should it not
yield to psychic suggestion-FLATTERY, if you like t The mo-
ment a man is a grandfather, though he be but forty years of age,
HE SUDDENLY FEELS OLD.
It .1t It
MANY MEN WHEN THEY ARE PLACED IN A RESPONSIBLE PO-
$1noN INVOLVING REALLY GREAT .18UE. LOSE THEIR FORMER
BUOYANCY ANQU-J S. IMPENDING DEATh, A CRIT FEAR.
A GREAT LOS. A SUDDEN FRIGHT. HAVE ALL PRODUCED SUD.
DEN AND PERMANENT AGING IN THE INDIVIDUAL. SO HAS EN-
PORCED SERIOUSNESS AW-: DIGNITY, SUCH AS MANY PROPIS.
iMIMAL MEN EEL tCA I En L sLBmia sP AfiiaS ae


Greatest Utility
F6r Future
Wars.

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Sbin .. Lord Baltimore
"T1 Linen Writing Paper
Mr. Harry Jack Waas, of Tanmpa,
isviitingfor a -ew days in this city. 30 CENTS PER POUND
Mr. Chaiks Gordon Carroll, of
New York, is visiting his family in Envelopes to M watch,
this city.
Miss Dora Nolte, of Charleston, 8. 10c Per Package
('., is the guest of Miss Mae Scott, of
thi- city. Fine Assortment of Box Papers
Bev. L. Wambegamss,ofTampa, at 15c to 50c Per Box
will preach in the Lutheran church,
next Sunday at 11 a. m. SOLD ONLY AT
"-Mr. A. M. Phillip4, of Jackson-
ville, is visiting friends in this ity THE REX ALL STORE
tor several days this week. T AA l ST R
Mr. J. F. Mula.key, last Friday, HORSEY'S DRUG STORE CENTRE ST.
iioved to his splendid house, corner
of Seventh and A-b streets. Ferr andina, Florida
Mrs. C. E. lAsserre, of Jackson-
ville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
. Bridges, on South Sixth street.C LIN T O N
Mr. M. E. Blunt, of Suffolk, Va., LINTO & LACKY,
-.iapen ing sote time in this city
With his sister, Mrs. W. C. Auguq-
SNTRACTORS a'BUILERS
SMr. F. C. Ferreira, Jr., aml
,1t*ughter will leave next Friday for Of Wood, Brick and Cement Buildings.
Tampa, where they will spend a few CARRIAGE AND HOUSE PAINTING.

1is Myrtle Powell, of Jacksm- S C C. M. CLINTON.
ville, is the guest, fir a few days, of
Mis; Dallas Jones, having aceom- I
panied the Misses Jones and Beth 1
Haile home front their visit to. Br swick nd Florida Sat C( pny
Augustine.
The Bell Telephone company is
making deliveries of its directories C um berland R route
to its patrons and the new books are
complete to February 25th and if any Exccursion ticket to and from Fernandina every Satuaiday,
nlatne does not appear therein then good to return Monday. $1.00 Round Trip.
the instrument is a new one installed
after that date and "Central" w ill b. -
glald to give you the miniing nuil-
htr. Those who have not received SUMMER SCHEDULE 1910.
tie new books will do well to notify Ecetunda Suda Schedue
flit.1 *e r Dail- Exce-btSunda- Sunday Schedule
tha oerator. i.v Brunswih-k *: % I. I. ieav Itrninswitk ... .....:,4', i. M.
Arrive 'tnaalwrland l:ii:Vp m. Arrive 'itmlwrlnail ll:'u ,.. In.
"he oody oi Alma Peterson, color- Arrive ltirandlrna. I:l, p in. i.eav. A 'iUleirlaueI *-:'. p. m.
A i tv re l rn a n d in a .. p I th Arr i ve i r t i -k 7: ee p. li i i.
el, wll)3 was killed by Arthur Wil- Ave Fn ... .-.p.. rrive (KrUlswik.iand 1 i. i n.
liiams, ilso. colored, who afterwards Arrive Brunswick.. .:;a p.m i. Subject t1t-,hanie. withu!tntohi-e..
s. ht atid kilhqldhim.elf at WRt Palm J. B. W RIGHT, Manager.
Beah, was brought to this city yes- WT, Manager
terday morning aand was interred ill
the lurying ground.
Mr. Carl Wartlekl lived for merly -
in Orlalno, s.d was so popular that ARE YOU AWARE OF THE ADVANTAGES
even the passage of the years since OF A CHECKING ACCOUNT IN A RELIABLE
he moved away haI not been able to BANK? b-- -
-vf racthe memryornfia.n or his love- SOME OF THEM ARE :
ly wife. Mr. Wartield is also well Si--A
known itn JacKsonville, and has You obtain an indisputable receipt when the persoi:i(o \ boMi
many friends here who will be glad the check is payable collects the money from the bank.
to learn that lihe is to Ie the president You have on the stub of your check book a stattmI n f.t the
of the aew hlank, which is being or- transaction in which the check is drawn.
Si i, where Mr. All disputes as to the exact amount paid are eliminated.
a, r. War, i.ell, iv The rik of carrying money on your person or keeping it it
aRNl Mr3s. Warfi,.d yow live.-Even- your hose is done away with.
og %Mtr,,Ildi. You acquire the habit of doing business in a cateful, filit :-
-- j ical manner.
l)y vu know thlt o( ill tite minor May we not serve yeou hv handling a bank account for yonu
ailmntei. eu.lis an. hy far the mott If there is anything in connection with the niatter that you amiter.u? It is ,.tt. etl imel not understand, call or uainc ;nd let 1us explain.
th't you need to i ar, but the rious The First National Bank, Fernandina, Florida
di-ieaeS that it ofte'i hletls to. Most Fred W. Hoyt. Pres.. J.H. Prescott. Ve-Pre I c.erett MiueH. 2d Vkie-Prr..:
F. W. Wood, Cashier;. KRalph W. 1o1 of thes. are known !- ieran disaseis
Pnrumaiiiua aild conM-ililptioni ari.
ii"ea'll ltlwn- ii'" tVake ( thm- i
berlin's neisl e I.- I, a I cure
your cull. \Ihe vh y *' For sale ,
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casts can be seen at the Post Office
Bulletin Board, the D. A. Kelly Co.
store, Bulletin Board Foot of Centre
street and 308 Post Office building,
Weather Bureau office.
WILLIAM B. C. )URVEEy,
Co-Operative Obeerver.


een intnrouce d in tCongress proviu-
ing for the consolidation of certain!
Custom Houses and that the bill
makes Feruandina a sub-district of
Jacksonville; please wire us whether
this is true and if so what the present
status of the bill is."
In reply your wire on the 11th was
received, as follows:
",Telegram received, after diligent
search at both ends of the capital I
can find no such bill, will be vigilant
and keep you advised."
The Board of Trade lart evening
(13th inst.), appointed a Special Com-
mittee to take up this matter re to
the consolidation of the Customn
House at this port, making Fernan-
dina a sub-district of Jacksonville.
It was stated at the meeting of the
Board that the Secretary of the
Treasury had recommended the con-
solidation of collection districts and
that the President fully approved the
recoumendatior and that the law of
1903 gave the President the power to
make the consolidation without an
Act of Congress, although the Cus-
tom House D)istrict and Port of Fer-
nandina was established by an Act


Chairman Special Committee,
Fernandina Board of Trade.

Washington, D. C., Feb. 22, 1911.
Mr. William B. C. Duryee,
Fernandina, Fla.
Wy dear Sir:-
Yours of the 30ih instant, regard-
ing a rumor that the district and
port of Fernandina would be includ-
ed in a recommendation of consolida-
tion of the Secretary of the Treasury,
has been received. I have not heard
of any report of the kind and infer
that it is merely rumor.
If a movement of the kind, how-
ever, should develop I shall, of
course, do what I can to prevent any
"6nsolidation.
With kind regards,
Very truly yours,
JAS. P. TALIAIERKO.

Fernandina, Fla., Feb. 27th, 1911.
lion. James P. Taliaferro,
United States Senator,
Washington, D. C.
Dear Senator:-
I wish to thank vou fpr your


of Congress. ~rutew in replying to my letter
The Board of Trade and citizens regarding the rumor that the port of
of this place most earnestly protest Fernandina was to he made a sub-
against the proposed consolidation. district.
We know you are fully advised of the our citizens are pleased to know
condition of the shipping at the di-- that you do not favor any consolida-
trict and port of Feruandina and if tlon and that there is no foundation
required we can furnish you statis- for the rumor.
ties showing the importance of re- Personally I wish to congratulate
gaining the Custom Housw at thi place. knowing that you will fill the post
We sincerely trust you will con- i with honor as you have in the UInited
tinue to be vigilant and do all you fltates Senate.
can in our behalf. Wi ith the best of wishes, I am,
The Board of Trade through the i Faithfully yours,
Special Conmm ittee thank you most i WILLIAM B. C. DURVEEI,
cheerfully for your promptness inl Chairman.Special 1Committee,
this nimatter. Fernandina Boaid of Trade.


Sincerely yours,
WILLIAM B. C. DlrivYE,


SI l- (' Chairman Special Commsaittee,
-- --I Fernandina Board of Trade.

I Fernandina, Fla., Feb. 20th, 19101.
Illamn. D. U. Fletcher,
Unit(l States Senator,
Washington, D. C.
Dear Senator:-
The Board of Trade on the I1?th
Sinst. appointed a special committee
relative to the proposed consolida-
tion of Customs Districts.
SIt is rumored that the district and
i port of Fernandina will he included
in the recommendation of the lHon.
You May be Next Secretary of the Treasury ami if such
Call Phone 51 and get the is the case, no doubt President Taft
Bst Protction in a nOld will approve the consolidation.
Bst Purorrcton m an old l uiedly, the Secretary of the
S.ab.e Company, at the Bord of Trade communicated with
F. C. Hillyer Agency the 1ion- Frank Clark relative t 5*7*,' matter, also the Special Committee
- "- .- icommunuiicated with Hlion. Frank
iii Ciark amnl it seems there is no) foun-
"C. D l u -- e e d ttion for the rumnior.
. C D uryee i Of course our citizens protest i
Against the proposed'onsolidation of
SUILANCE making this port the sub-Jisirlet of
it O ce Hours any port and we most earnestly re-
m quest t that you will protect s in this
A matter and if in your judgment you
:i -.A. t. to IM A.. M.i will kindly do all you can to defeat
SM. to .0 P.M. any proposed consolidation making
*. PI. M. ,o ..w p Mt this pirt a sub-tlitrict.
Relying upon you to favor us inI
S this matter and with best wishes.
S.. A t Mo o ,12- M Most sincerely yours,
10 P. M. to 4A P. M. WILLIAM B. C. DC*RYE,
f Chairman Special Committee, Fer-
nandina, Fla.
Resident Phone 90 A similar letter ha been written
]Ros~ntPho e 9 11- C In P9 amm1,61 3-


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NOT TOn E A SW iTt D. C., Feb. 23 1911.
W -T L- IDuryee, E-q,
Fermaendina, Fla.
Tat is i T d LiLMs lm i DearSir:-
ha Was h I Yours of the 20th has been rc-
bIw WlaM^ ceived.
For a number ofd A past the ru- I will look into the matter, and
mor has been current that there shall certainly not favor the making
would be an attempt to make of Fer. -of your port a sub-district of another
nandina a sub-port and to consolidate port, as you mention, I have heard
the collector of customs with that of no Much proportion before.
office at Jacksonville. With kind regards,
Though the Board of Trade made Yours very truly,
diligent inquiry into the matter, D. U. Fi,.ETmit.
both here alnd at Washington, there _____
seems, happily no foundation for the Fla., --b. 27th, 1911.
above rumor and the special commit- on. Duncan U. Fletcher,
tee appointed to look after the mat United ta Senator,
tej has called the attention to this i Washing ton,
affair of both Senators Taliaferro and ear Senator:-
Fletcher, as well as to the Hon.i e o f p
n .ar of I On behalf oftheSpecial Committee
FrAnk Clark, amnd on behalfofthmi -
""cal committee the News-Record Of the Board of Trade, I wish to
special committee the News-Record
herewith publishes in full the cor-thank you for your prompt reply
re.podene on the entire matter relative to the matter of making this
respondence on the entire matter 'iort a sub-ditrict.
- Fernandina. Fla.. Feb. 14th, 1911. r tize are rejoiced to know
Hion. Frank (lark, M C., that no such proposition has been ec-
Washington, 1). tertained at Washington, and that
Dear Sir:- you do not favor making the port of
The following telegram was sent to iemandina a sub-district.
you on the 10th inst., by the ec're- Again thanking you for your kind-
tary of the Fernandina Board 4 of li this umtter, I am
Trade of this city: Faitfully yours,
"We ae are informed that a bill hasFaithfy your,
... W ILLAMB. R DURYEId


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Rev. W.J.W..,teu filled his regu- Miss Ernie and Mae Higgin-
lar appointment at Ephesus Saturday botham" spent Saturday night anti
and Sunday and was favored with a Sunday at Mr. W. Jones.
good attendance. Hle is spending Mr. A. N. Jones made a business.
this week with his friends at Lessle. trip to Jacksonville Friday.
Messrs. J. W. Daniel, Palmer Misses Ethel, Hazel and Palmer
Wilds, Drew Haddock and Clearance Horn spent sunday at W. B. Jones.
MeKendree were all pleasant guest Mr. 11. C. Jones ate his first new
at It. U. Haddocks Sunmmy evening. Irish potatoes Sunday. My You
Mr. Fred Jones and charming should start an agricultural college,
sister, Geneva, of Callahan, are Pink.
sending this week with relatives iin Mr. A. N. Jones, Jr., went to
this community. Yulee Haturday afternoon.
Measles and sore eyes are still rag- Mr. Dave Jones spent Saturday
ing in this vicinity. night at Mr. A. N. Jones.
Mr. W. M. Haddock,of Evergreen, Miss Marrie Jones spent Srtunlay
spent Sunday with hoisefflks at night at Mrs. F. M. Swails.
leie. Mrs. A. N. Jones and son, Leroy,
Mr. Edwin Haddock, of KinP spent Saturday at Mrs. J. L. IUggin-
land, Ga., attended church at Ephe-, botham.
sus Sunday. Wonder if there isn't Lizzie and Arthur Jones spent
some attention over here for him. Sundlay at Mr. W. B. Jones.
Say, E- things look mighty lunmer Swap is in
suspicious. You must not go to sion and getting alaug extremely
church so early next time. Wait for well under the abile inaigement of
your candy kid. Miss Clara A. Grafried. Nineteen
Mr. Idewi E. Il:l.ddl.k was a Impils, ilnustrious, studious and
pleasant guest at R. U. Haddock's obedient, are enrolled.
Saturday evening. iMrs. A. N. Jones has the first
Rev. A. E. Calkins, our well brood of yoummr turkeys on the swamp
known mission worker, will preach You have all heard of cat fish we
at Brickyard chool homse Sunday, knw, ut as "d l"-well,
March 5t. let all try to) attend. youm j ust ask Master GMains Jones for
information.
A tight feeling in the clhtst UccIm- Mrs. I.. F Joines pent Sulnday at
panied by a short, dry coujh, indi- Mrs A. II. Jones.


cates an inflame condition in the
lungs. To relieve it buy the dollar
size BALLARI)'S HORItEIHOI'N
SYRUP; you get with each bottle a
free IHERKICK'S ItlD l PPEI'E


fuRSIL
Pekiii luck eggs 3and11Itlitoule hasaill
Itel vgg-,easela#I1 p.r .lozen. Aildrt.,.;


POiKOUS PLASI'ER ff.r the chest. !'. -. x 7;5.
The syrup relaxes the tightness and -
the plaster draws out the infl;tsmina- FIR RE.
tion. It is an ideal couhination fortage o u th
curing colds s settled ill the ol u (-tltg o Saut Sevemt
curing tadds sttled its th n~lu g% streetet, a pl'iY t," Ii. hI. Baltzell, City
by C. B. Roberts & Co. B"lyL 2t 3-2-1i
Builili'.. 21 3-:-11

FI IlL The city tax books for the year
A good gentle family horse. sound 1910 are now in the hands of City
and in prime condition. Apply to Tax (olh.etor.
L. (. HliwrII. W. M. WHIITNEY,
1-t City Tax Coliector.

The Evans property, corner Fir-t : 5 6'l 66f. '"u;i"' will cure any
and Brootn streets, in block 2. Prop- a-Ae t,1 illq awl Fever. Price' 25
erty consists of 5 lots, good office -
WMilding and lumber sled. Property Itenm.aail'r, when in ne*l of wal
can he purchased at a very low figure pMlper, that the tinl-t line can be
within the next :10 da.. Apply to feslunt ;at W. J. l, hsllan'4, Meconil
is. I. Baltzell, at City Buililing. -trt, ai, tar Centre.


You neted not send. your job of
printing out of the county, the Newr- 1 i
Record can and will do it satifactor- lIarre Plymouth tcnk
ily for you. ,elect pen, R. V. Nolan.


eg*g4, frolt.
2t 2-2-11


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Cheapest

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OBrotl ers

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NOTICE
You will be sore when the
Christmas cigars are gone.
but remember there are more
at GOLDSTEIN'S
SMOKE HOUSE
Come up to the Smoke House
and SMOKE UP. We sell every-
thing that is fit to smoke,
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AM OFF FN BOWLS MNMLUL

D Adj.t to B0 Restored For The ext l rular aIelmthly meetlne
English Royalty.4 1 the lAd" s' u*uC"'ury AmelalIsu.
One Indication of the way in which will take place at the h ane of Mrs.
thing are ehaintgag in Englanld's new H. (U. Wad, Nitih and Aa Asreela,
201M IS tobe el0lloelm'reielt that King W ***n ay b March 8...,
George has caused it to lie known I e 80
l"Neg tosue pmerons with wbpm he 1911. All mebtlrtare rmaqueuAl to
my be ditig during the tMuinw s *a l in attendance.
S that te doe not lntst.~ a has Iwen But little. Wmainea" was toutght he-
tbe custm hlther t, o. the N't-.ne of
iow at diner.I fwe the.b1eoft f the meeting "4the City Council

Thbe etdeelrt c0ove-n'ne.' were birani jj eve*s l-. The ordinance cnw-
Ilied fro the ruyal tables. over a mittee repwrtewd *aflav.*rably min tlw
egtUly and a half Iat at a time when gas plant, which wa adopted by the
ertain ad ts of the young Fve hundred feet f new
kleadetweft.want t drink the health
Of "the king over the water" by iim. t~t s Was reMnioneWIsel by the cur.n-
l0g their wlieglasses .%rrss the finger unittee on fire. AL bills brought lie
bowls ad thereby signifying their al- ore council wa& apprnvel
herene to the old regime.
This custom of doing without flinger Mr W. T. Hale and daughter,
bowls obtained throughout the reigns Mi-1M Beth, acolnempanied by Mim. Dal-
of Queen Victoria and King Edward. 6s J lM 1 ft[orf Afurtidn* and
even when the latter was Prince of
Wales and dined out privately with his Jacksonville on Wedvnday for a
intimate friends, but the new king visit and sightswing trio o0er the
desplies these old fashioned superstl Ancient City. Mm. Haile left this
tIos ad tradItlobI., and Menceforth morning fIw her holme in Faruing-
the Umual acomlanlments to dessert 10, Mu.: Mit Beth Haile return., I
will appear on the royal tables and on F i thi4 t'ig and will
the tables of those who fGnhBhttertaiahe a e a ening an will
rgaftty. t wot !o inue her tay Iere stheg ueIt of
i Mr. and Mrs. PR H. H. JfNe


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MOOD MALN CO., ATLANTA, CA.
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It destneis am removes ne'm
sreagthe the amach sand re-
stesm healthy eeeadthim. A few
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IWOLFES1


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'"te sl-. aobf this arude has ever been
S'ih.a laby heavy admU't1g Wolfe's
wr.a it, Schifedam SehBappe was oa the
,rket To ye ar. R wages felad to hbe
:-+d4 thUar. t wa take up aad
* maneadeed by one m and eoe wo-
,n t.) amamier. aid over the
Il- emuatry. for tha de reass that
lia what It was s e to do. Noet
n) things gala p a polarity In t&it
v i these days.


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It :.ufAa fora drink. isthe fmphce.
IitirT4 ith all the 2.1" td W"554
nulat hag effIct oQA Z~n~~te egsvmu"
cr 4 faorm i'Sew,'.: .~W;sra imic
aimaka-. Ohejoy's work finer.If
we m.alL t. t mush be maroh trying.
It I. aft"Iforagreatdal m "ae
to* gomstracIgtt to thew rmeisthat seed
1p. It work% us the kidaey. ft ib a
,atahlam7 for flawswho esst get thbe
A ap frtoo omuchbierbow 6ngugem
,W~Y trf"1Mshm and this e-mmisrets
mn. It works w th We. food not axainet
Its whiskey: it hips am 1mvtbtom. It
:,id for &my stumm teoW.. It kefym
*bowels in ovder. It keeps the liver in
her.
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k ued t We he ffgMamsts.;I
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Distributed by Robert W
imms, Jacksonville Fa., and
Id at retail by J. Rti-
*user, Arthur Stell, L 0
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WHY NOTr TRY

POPHAM'S

ASTHMA EMEY
Gives prompt and positive relief is every
cae. Mold br Dau1isat. pw 1 00.
Trial |lckage by mail emaItb.

&Id at 8e simor PtiMrany.


HALATH AD VITALITy
MOTT'S NEV.IMI PILLS
The great irom and tonic restorative for
men and m.oman. produces "stren0 and
vitality. builds up the sretem awl rmnews
the normal vigor. Form sl bv by drug ri.s
..r bvy mail. 1 00 per bo.x oxes for *5 eti
Williams' w*rcg Ci... Proim.. Cleveland. 0.
9. Id lay Seashore liarnaacy


Bsote Fied at WM
Roma Primus, the negro girtl r.
rested by Sherif Perry at St. Augus-
tine on the charge at cutting Roy Ba-
ker, a negro boy, at a dance In New
Augustine, wasu ge a bearing before
Judge Cooper, and was bouad over to
await trial before the circuit court
upon the charge of assault with Intent
to murder. Boad I the case was
*Ied at two hundred dollars.

listltstlon Is Flourlahng.
At the annual meeting of the board
of directors of Stetson university. at
DeLand. it was found that the Institu-
tion was In a most flourishing condi-
tion. The receipts for the year were
$80226.27. or $3.172 more than the ex-
penditures. Gifts totaling about $12-
a0 wm meda bv oaitoa ntip


In the Cirulit,
Fourth Judicial circuitt of Flor
In asnd for Namau Cmamty.


IN UCA NERKY.
Lewis A. ravil., William u.
lhvas and Charles J. Davis.
Charles A. McEwen. Mary H. H Bil to
Trayuor and ,illla H. -ray auiet
nor, her hus blmad: *llllaim Ir. Title
Geyer; Mary I. Clark; Jullen
W tean. et al.
ORDER 1'oK PUBIJCA lION.
It aplearlng from the sworn bill of con.
plaint filed In the above entitled CaUe that
there are p rsonst lnterested In the proper-
ty Involved In this suit. other than the
kuowl deiendau ts.and that the amlmes if
said peroaPs are unknown to emplalant,
andi that relief Is prayed against ,such uu-
kuownu elendanltf in the qsad bil of cor -
plaint It Is th Irefure.
Ordered aud claiming aln iutere-st In the followlg ide-
,-4.ed lalnu. t' wit: i" I lhateerigia.rael.
plec.Apal nf tIf bituate. lylug ai*)
beinK In the County of Na sau. 4tate of
Ilorlda, kunowe and described on the ofli.*i-
at pints of survey of said county. as all of
Sect lou l'Fiteen% I.I In rownship Three (31
North. Kantge Twenty-lix i) East, ron-
talniug six hundred and forty acres, more
or les.' said land being the property In.
Evolved in this suit, do appear to the bill of
complaint on Wle herein on the Rule l)ay lu
June, llad, to wit. on the fifth day of June
It is further ordered and decreed that
this order he published once a week for
twelve (12;I consecutive weeks prior to th.
said fifth day of June 1911, Il the "Ferna-.
dina New.-lte'ord."a newspaper published
and ol general circulation io Nassau Couu-
ty, Florida.
s lInems my band as Clerk, the seal of - Court. at Vernandina, Florida, this ".3thi
day of February. 11l11.
(*Sea)* Ell IN I. WILIAMS.
Clerk of Circuit, Nassau County, Florida.
H. J. & H. J. BAKEKP
solleltors for tUmplalnanats. mehil I


nlu the Circuit Court,
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
In and for Nasmdai Ooauty.
IN CHAN..ERY.
Lewis A. IDavis, William C.
lavis and Cban. J. Davis,
Sv* Bill to
Charles A. MoEwen; Mary H. Qule
Tray-or and WiA a-
nor, her hbiusad; Wlllm* o.
Geyer; Mary L. Clark, Jullen
W. lean, et a. -
ORDERt FOk t UBLICATION.
T'e aharhs A Melnweaa Mary v Trays,.


________ourtNmu___ ly inthe Viremit VOwn,
RUE.w~u ii '~ th ('iauj ("in, aitu (~iuRy,;Fourtb Jadicial Cirruit iii ItifigI,
cdsiFlorida. I l n j for N,mu (4sumn.
PA IlE PUL I ('H NR'UY.IN CHJANCERtY.


NotIce Is hereby given that the undermign-
- ...m eam wirll aaply to the Honoble I


Robert Bryce. Kill


l -t SW. Glchrt, ioenor o, te JU. of t'u. company v. -
iorid t TallSabee. Florida, on the th .* J.. w.N; Mickler; ,t
dav of March. A. 1X11. fIr L-etters Patent& Florida A laumit & Gulf centrall v. c. Willie; 4t am l 9 "'.*
i-,.-rporattaig Ruilrot' company. et al. ; RkPk FO9 PUBLICA I \)
SOuli:It 1' PUBLICATION.
The D. A. Kelly Company | IPaPm-: rin, rome I sworn illo Th I oPla nt W a'
w .-v --MI e teal il l i e albibVe .ein 1tled cause that! ins filed- higsw orn- bill- coi plzah .: tm .
under the following proposed charter, tile rer are I, lsllroswho clain interests un- a r ason
urigina lrf which ia now on tile Int Ifbe ohl-eder Floratilroad. u -corporatio a fldit, nandfor lubkku'"
of the Secretary of State of the Stale ot heirs .i, ran,, h. ..or otherwise, a ait. Bra ownU: .n wh.,N N .,.
hat the mmoeach and all saorid per- .'i*iaa a"othrsi mmI
Sliods ari t, to oplainat and that ltaites that belevi there aro .,
P. KILI.Y relers prn't ilt and by tsaid bill of coan s e ieriAtedi lthe hpro ty t r ,_:.l
lt. Al. KELI.Y. plaglt agali"m theml .an it further appear- I vo'oed 11 aid ullother i..I.
E. .. REIM I n. f ront IIe sworn hilllf t0,ptont Iesdant twhoo a aunee s u .
there artlwnrsollmlas imumereted intheprlp anv hlU.aad who are bel-ivti la3 lumi_
I involved I th 1sUitl otherthan the known Ihel dv K rA o Le-
hodoWe ofdefeaidans.-.dt that the ,aIntel "fb said per- under 'rancis 1P. bamcheb.., ...
i w llarP a uiiknitown itoumaplalnants antd oltherwile;
*1k'l L ---that relief. prf.t% atmln.tt such aunamlwilm!' Thvreupon, Upon doamian 1 st k ,- .1...
Si. L nt li.y. defendant Jn thI ahll. to Ill of -complaint. it plauant. its hereby ordirt, i I :,:
We, the Ordned and dere~t that all parties: inches, deceased, or otll'-ri." -:. .
We, the underlined autr-rlbers, hereby Clalinlig intere,.t under Florida Klatr n d property Involved In said suit. v/ .
ncaocateourelves togetIher for the pur(lose Co(npany. a eorlratl.t,.m or otherwise alid part r part-el of the Fraa.-t. ,
"of incorporating and foramng a body corp- al.IS pasll te rlantmii man tlersit In the ;ranlr Secttlon li tly-oIlle aI lh
orate underhand by virtue ol mthe lawsof the tolltlliaitK tdeerhdill linus. situate n Nassau hpl p 'two t). North of Kuange R I t ,
statetdl Florida. provided for the Iormationl, Count.. Fh.rihla. [to wit: All (except North- Z. East,il the County ot Naus :.
it abiutlites. rights, pri.t eges andtlBmunlti.4 east tuarmtrMsoathanst *uartertofrcetion f iotrlia, and Whihh is lamritel.,aa
st a corporation for profit, and we acrepat Six *. Nortliet quarter .f Nartheast ribed bya Wtea ndi ounids as fil.,.
maid laws an our organs law, and do adopt quarter,, ..uth half of Northeait quarter, wit: Beginning at a point on h.- \. ,
tbe following proposed charter. North halt of .tul heal-t quarter, t4outheast boundry of the right ofway tof I h .i, ,.:
quarter of ,ut hlea.t quarter and we t half Ar Uue Kaillway. being NorIth t h .
tof t ectihtn t-evelln ). aid North half of Itc-- degrees, fifteen minutes East. -.' f.: i,. .
ARTICLE 1. tion Thirty (t). Township Two <2S) South of the iuterse-ton of the South l.,IIIl.ti
Itas-.I.,,'
The name of thit corporation shall be THE belong Iihe prIoelrt) ItIvolved tn I hbs sUt.uo iT'ownmslp N. It t.' last, an. t he \..
D. A. KELI.Y C'OMPAKV, and ita principal appear t0 tIh helli of nplaltt on file here- l Nlndary of the' right f way of -:il ,
place ofbibuneatnshall ie In the tICty of Fer.- oon 1h- ule lay In Msea. Ieil. lo-wll: tn e e ay, and narmimg North lfty-i lrw i,-. ..
mandina, Florldn; and its bumsneam may be the flr-t stiy aof May. hal. fort-five minutes West. at ri: ..
eoaducted in other placed in the State of. It6 lirt her ordered and decreed that this with sid raltway, for a di-stance ..
Florida. and elsewhere: through olmees, order Itw Iu)li.hlet oance tes week fer twelve feet; thence North thirty-six dtre-.
branehle, aRgenelen or otherwle, an may Sbe cons-ct ie wee-tks prior to I be aid first day teen minutes Fast for a dl..tatne-- ,
necesuiary and convent or determinedaup- of Ma-in. 1,11,. In the Fernandina News- feet; thence South lifty-thret *-.
on from time to time by '.be Board of Diremt- Recordl.: newspaper pulit lhd and of gen- forty-ve minutes East, ila f- or of the corporation for the benefit thereoL 'ralcirr-iilattioln il Naslsal u Cou Florida. rlght of way; thence along said rt.ht ..
Wite--. m. hand nid olletlal seal of Makid wouth thirty-six degree., ftlleeI u.mm .lt.
Court at Fernandina, Ilorlda. this tuih day West, liafeet to point of beglinninm. malt
ARTICLE II. ofjanuary,.ln leoialnIng forty tin atcre; I o nne l nra-. il
coaWIN R. W'I i.l olAN .t~i (401re wre s) rte tal pi; i
The general nature of the business to be lerk. trt Wl RWH. and slnaulr.r reqtred to apiar to %miI i.
transelay thicorpo o shall be to 4eal.rut rki.'ourt.assau Couny, Fla. of cumplt filed herein ahist you l,
buyell, exhan and generally to de al I l r. above entitled cause. on or Iefore Ih1a w
:nd hnbdle goods, wares, and merchandise day of April, A. I). 1W11.
real, w holelead retail, or ast whole- MASTER'S SALE. d The ea dina ews-Record. Is r .
of all kindseof rocerles rana hay, hard- Under and by v 1tue of a deere of fore- order shall be palihed once a w t,.:.
ware, sMeb,blin, doorsbuildlag material, cloure of mortgage, granted I theth twelve consecutive weeks. al
dlpoebandk-ry, shipsuppllesaad gener lly day of January. be aror ofz- Witiesmy..d and. ,.... oMe-n sel.m,
Severe kinnd ides.ription of goods, wares, Smith and against iizabeth e uy ad Lo- tb day of December",'" A. I 1 t1t
and merelhadlse peralalg to and inualiy gan T. <.uy. her huIsband. In the i Ircuit lrEDWIN k L n tlhl.
dea.t I and hBadeds in either a general re- ourt, Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florkda ,I By KlITb FTI.
all, wholeale and retail, or wholeale gro- In and for Nassau Lounty. In Chaneey), 1I. A s y iN .....
beera, hrdwareand shipehandlerybalsiane; as special Mater In s chancery ina h H H p tAKRy Viler
a to buy, own, hold, acqnure, iell, convey, said decree duly appointed and authorized J. & H. JLaBAKER, h
vortpage, sreal, let, and generally acquire will offer for sale and sell In frot of the Sol lctors for o.mplai.ant. .a >.
andd lMeof smch real and personal prop- door of the tourt House of said (Junty of
erty, Incidental to or that may be deemed by Nassau. In the Ity of 'ernandlna. Florida,
the Board of Directors of ths corporation a on the first Monday In March.A.IF 19111 .1.l. ,l,.a 'i anl
No ^-*k 0. wnhk fl&In tho Circuit o"arL


."--. -r or exent. rt escu
and Willianm Trayaor, herhusbaidi;. coSet of the btmnes of the corporattoa;
William F. teyer ad Jles A. Denia' to make contracts o f any kind whatsoever
of the City of Washlasaoa. 1I. the las- for the furtherance of Its purpoia. and bual-
trat of Columbia: ani Mary L. Clark. anes, to borrow monae, and to secure the
of the City of bruoodya, the ate of same by otes, mortgages,bond orany ob-
New York: a a gatmos w* atsoever., upo- anyf the proper
You are herebyrequedto appear to the ty of the option, real and personal; and
bill of complaint fled hereinagainst jt eneraIl to exercise such lowerse a may be
in theaboveenttiedcause oior eloreth r incident or convene .t to the purposes or
third day of Aprl, 111, the same being the bsneaeMs of said orpoation; and to have
Rule itsay i sd mouth of April. exercise and enjoy alilthe ri hts, powers and
Ta.e ernandinaS s ews-Reeurd si hereby privileges incident tocorporal otorgaliaed
delga .ed as the A.wsaaaWis whichLathL's, and existing under the laws of the ttate of
order sanll be pmahlted for four 4) goasec- Fiorida.
utive weeas.
Wltuess my hand as clerk and the seal of
ald Court, this eth day February, A. It. ARTICLE III.
lteal) EDWIN R. WILLIAMS. The bamont ofthe capital stock authordaed
Clerk of Circuit Court, Nassau Co., k a I shall be twenty thousand doairs (0e,1l)BW),
H. J. a H. J. BAKEI, 14to )ie divided Into two hundred shares of the
Hollollors for.ompasSalnta. mehb2l. Jar value of one handled dollars ($ie 0l
each. Tue whole ol the autborixed capital
Sttwk or any part thereof may be payable in
lu the Circuit O mrt, property, labor or services, at a Just valui
tiam to ie fixed by the incorporators or b
FtMirtlh Judicial Circuit of Florida, the Imreclors, at a meeting called for sc~
ptrluose, and property, labor or services any
lu and for Nawu, Ouunty. alma be pur.hasmed or paid for with any paat
IN CHANGERY ,of -:>d authlnorized cpltal stoek, at a just
tIN CHANCERY.on ofeuchproperyflab. r or service
IP I.e fixed Iby the DMrectlor of the company
A. E. Braddock, at a mettlingcalled for much prpow; at least
va. I Itit per cent, of sat capital stock shall be
Zenas C. Eldred. Receiver of I 1ill to ui-ribetld and paid for before said corpor-
the GeorgeT. hmith Middling Q~slet alton shall transact any business.
Purllertompamuy,a corpora- I ltlei
lion organized under the laws I ARTICLE IV.
of Mchan; et Theterforwhiorat
ORDEt rOK FO PUBICAT'ION. 'Iex risln ar hii llt ne ar.itin shall
+ I i Iml ; a lllletymm' m-llp 3-ears.


,ere, maus 7 'y var ms parties ur- It appearing from the sworn bill of ceoUn-
Ing the year. Various annual report plaim ntiled in the above etilie- cause.' ARTICLE V.
were read by the different officers of thail ther-n rPe swrnsa who cilqim ll a st .
re rea e re o ers o r Allen inaml, Trasure.r- ol ie Thle buintIisl' oi tn corposrntion cisnii tie
the school. Regular presentation ex- et;erge T bmalti MliiiAtlig Purifier a ouan- otlU -tItcd t y ith ie oillowi.,- ogt1it : at l'rpnt
ercises were held In the auditorium. k utu11.i crliiera4tou. tle-va.tre; ami nie taor dI. ;I Vi.1-Iwo1sidenrltir ar ifitroma oi srer, Iand
A splendid program was rendered. 'l. %slatl Mildu ddling rillr i .tel.11.m11i.cor- i'r ,esrit.niqlTrent-ur r toeae) Ir t-rldl Ia ite
Itornsllo U-dceate ; amils t utir l *lrt rge' T "' r' I.r oi>. 'liwe Itclrd I"f ira-tor-' ien v
.mlls i Middling Purille.r ta asipms.. caor a l i it -uhiordinateoltirers 1I thish corpora.-
Custom House Collections. tIotailtian. us hieirs, st<-i maa*'s. t:i.mtsee-s ,r t"e ,hi't .su'i ho,~1a-ms. dutati.s d itrlara
For the third week In succession ti?'.e a s'el-r ser t sarl Io a .l Ihe luanmolle ( PI t.mo '.tied'it ,,r.e i sitt l lieel-i- to a y e it as-k-.
Tampa customs house has smashed all ant and Itait retill i prayedri Inse *na i i.t r cat a h neinutail eettia of the c-or|Np-
pia .....o ^~^ 1_ -i. -^11 hllllofl4-4 I iatitliti( liahllIh ll ;Uh6i it fur- t,;,,, t.ld lll her ollietr ol Ihis corpo'ri-
previons records, each week's coll .-- ,, t -s llal n >saia tgaI sasl sli ,- matasl. l ol u" ke. "-, ami alati' taI'ittr l >ice-.." ia t t l' *plr<.-t-
tions being surpassed by the week im- Ilalin taint there are persuns iliter,..ted l "
mnolfi~al., frli~ii- r'^.llzutlo !- I he prolwrt.% Invo.ved inl tIis.1 slii. ol-r Itea InualMeetIK ingolf _.lal corporation
mediately following. Collections last Ihai lelt- known -ln dm idalnl, i s i.l a -t hI-dl A o. a enul l. itlng o lioneloro -r y itn
week were $59,961,141, a gain of the nslmmesa-of baid person are unknown to J, sary it a.n.h year.iou ti ne alte o the ia
$.1,..6 ....ovr thwe.k r in and couimplainant ad that relief 1is pravyed as:1 meeti"K "lANy mfe e-ohange*d Iy the ity.
$1,462 Over the week preceding and X agalant saseh unknown defendants in sisal i;a. Thesaleikholdern thatll atmeet for tue
gala Of $21,599 over the same week of bill of complaint. it i therefore. .ielseti n or fl-rector, and for tLe pur-
ordered and decreed that '-all par- I" ofadopting bb-ltawat II o'clock a. n..
1,10. claihsitaln Interests under Allen Benuett.A. t sheIh day of April, A. .-. l ll. in athe ol-
Treasurer of the George T.HSmith Midditia tia-, of P. t. Kelly, in thet "ty of Fernandina,.
Purifiler Conampany, a corporation, deceased rf l r sad the ladrectoras then elected shall
EkI Carnival Postpoed-. oroth-rwlse,"inthe property involved ai liId olee until the first reguatr annual
The Daytolm B. P. 0. E. have de- th suit, the land hereinafter descr l.,i -e-a*1 U of the corp ration. Immediately
*U Tt ^ ^ ad"*--.J* au all parties claiming luterests unadsttert.e. rt.ele.tion. theffemrd of tiotrectors
elded to postpone their contemplated an uaH. EmerMoo. kecelverl ofsthe Geor t e elected. slnll organiam and complete tihe
arrival ad street fa which was to T. usmlth Middling Purifier i oia.r torgnl tiono lthe corpoeati n oy the Me.--
. .......andT. Sith i rfie paylh. lnoft ouchother office"eand amis asaarc
have been held Ia March, until next corporate ed tblersulle. the a.d ecensearor expedient. and the olMeers noI
winter, as the Pahmetto club has at. eCrs'tIter edi; and aitll partelinelecrtedhli ldolmueeuntilthebefiOrstregular
clateolaain ltreits undr the GOerge T annual iaeeting of the Hoare of ltrecto aan
interestunderthe eorUbyigeT- illy teby-lawr Cutl i b.tb .s.t.elec-
eady iade preparation for an eatr 'mtllh siddling Purifier tompea a sorp!. utofoies. the y-awine. ofth b. raelee
talameat of the seae sort, and th. oradtin,orotherwils" and also oilpartlet lon a li be cond ia the orlowl-
Es do wIh to iaterfere. cla n ln ter i lI nailed officers: I. C. Kelly, Pesd t; 1I. A.
=x w s-- -- itaw e. olved tin this suit and to wbitih rel e Kelly, Vive-lures. ent and euaie re r, and the
"-"-sought, to wit: All that certain tract. psee- ill i, 'prasrdent ar d s:P Kellyr and .he
orparcel of land, situate lyag and beingla ell.recor: P. Kelly and A
-- -- heounty of Namesu State of loridaKelly.
known and described as. All of Me-tio M x
tll In 'lowashi Two () North, aawek ARTICLE VI.
Twenty-ive at1 last, cotealainog r he buM. I
dreds alid fty aciresU,imore or lessrdo appeill The bil ete utamount of r.teboaneas or al at -
Sto the bill tof complaint on file herio bile y st wheti teo i corporation shall at any
the Itle ay in June to wit; o timeel shale rtyve t
A fth day of june, l. sand dollarIs.
it is further ordered and decreed thar n dRIL ..
this order be published once a week fori ARTICLE VII.
twelve consectirve weeks prior to the saAdy
filth day of Junoe, 11I. la the "Fernandina I The names and residenates of the subsertb-
H eadr News Record." a newspaper published anj lag lacorporator, together with the amount
of general circualo In Nasean County. ofcapitalitock satmsicriled by each, are as
"FO tWO yeas I ad a Witness my hand as Clerk and thesbalt ofp t Kelly, Fernanltea, Florida, twenty
M said Court, this eth day of February. A. I. doSaphare&
Iy ibeat, back ande left 1. t1a. WIIAM. D.A.Kelly, Fernandina, Florldas, twenty
Culd not draw a deep batllreult unr) Clerk of(Ir'uit court. EIF. Morse, Fernandina, Florida, two (2)
,. ,- _~.assau CuountyV Floriiads. ashar


r le on left side, and any little
exertion would cause palpita-
Uo. Under advke I took
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and
Nervine. I took about thirteen
bottles, am in better health than
I ever was, and have gained 14

MRS. I I t-P THOMAS,
Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
For many years Dr. Miles
Heart Remedy has been very
successful in the treatment of
Iart troubles, because of its
toic effect upon the heart
arves and muscles. Even in
sere cases of long standing it


amy yes after doctors ad
giWe= up all hope as proven by
thousands of letters we have Ke.
cived from grateful people.

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BEST FEI TIE


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P.i. KEI.LY,
I1. A. KELLY
E. F. NiRKE.
State of Florida, I
County of Namau.
On tsia day per..nmtli y ppparrel before me,
a Nol.ry I u,i.." I <.l g ,' "t:t(, ot Flor-
la a 1:.at. "* K iK it, K V IIn V *
I.. Mot-, tou tI. a **. ki. r Ma .iy
kawto te the perons wi. -ut.u-rthet to
the foregoing charter, and rverally acknaow
lodged before me that they iasuberlbed the
amne for the uses and purxposS therein ex-
Wittnea my band and effivsal seal, thie 7th
day of February, A.D 19t,.
FItED W. WOOl),
Notary Public for State of Ilorida at large.
My commtimlon expires February 1a. 1112.
(Seal of Notary Public.)


Plan fter ape
The St. Auustline Power Boat Club
held their annual meeting at the club
house. Final plans for the April races
were completed. Some of the fastest
boUts aI the country have entered and
there s every Indication that It wil be
a grand sceCs. After the meeting
S0 members enjoyed a rmoker.

PavlIng Palatka Streets.
The Palsatk City Council, at Ift
setdag, took a most determined stand
ti Oepop toa to the use of temporary
pavTin material by declaring most em-
phatically Is favor of tried brick
mwmt a for an the streets heretofore


IMar-cu Gu, 11l. between he legal ourrou
sale on said day, commencing at 12 o'clock
M., to the highest bidder for cash at said
sale the following described property to
wit: All that certain lot, piece or parcel o f
land, situate, lying and being In the t'iy of
Fernanulna, In the county of Nassau and
State ot Florita. and known and designated
on t he official map or plat of said t ity of
Feruandina Ians llt ograpbhd and issued by
the Florida Iallrtoad Comaspas In 1 ;, and
enlarged, revised and reissued by the Flor-
ida Town Imlprvement t uuipany In 1 t;
and by Its grantees The Fernandina lock
and Realty t company In lIl),aas Lot nnm-
nered Thirteen 13a) In lIaBlek numbered
Twetnty-six age of fifty feet on Fifth Street. which
bound It on Ihe east, and extends bck to
a depth of one hundred feet. Said sale to
be made to satisfy said decree and the costs
and expenses of sale. Terns cash.
1. BEUN ET,
As Special Master In a bancery.
H.J.& H.J. BAKER,
Maolikltors for 4.omplainant. Meh ft
Notice of Application for Final
Discharge of Administrator.
Notice Is hereby itven that I. Edward F.
* it-'' as administlrator of the estate of
William M. Wlldh.i dt-ceased, will ou the
11 day of March, .A. I). li11, present lo the
LCao... Judge Ii and for Naisau t'ounmly
i-a..IIUs. at the 'ourti-llousie, in the City of
Sernanndina, rlsa.. at. I. o'-lo-k a in.. al
flmal icet-ouni aniiidl vouclerl a I hie adlmlnlls-
tIIat oitiol sl -sid ,s l.ate, aiid apply for a tinal
discharge o such ilm alUiilitlrrultoai.
EI'W \t1tl E. WIL:..
AdmlUnilstrator ot e-vate of Willllna M.
M. Wilds, 'l*.e*asksl.
Ii. J. A II. .1. It k.''-r.-'Atorn.e -..
1atu'ls .-twleimanwr litlh. iniii

It l (i't Cli ult 'Court l N.iassau
Ctm1mly, F 'lrlda.
IN C'IIA.\N('CIKlY.
.Maucer & Coiapcni,
ueevroCt'flloollt.'-.%a
Florida Atl ;til .- i;ulft ei r l n' l
tLuetroaun tonasLi:3,ea ma.
trt 1 Ir,' I FLi UtLIt 11' 111 ,lV


Fourth Judicial Circuit of 'lhariwih.
In and for Nasuia County.
IN CHANCERY.
J. '. Braddock,
vs I til
F. M. anderson; Minnie Sander- '* o
son; .LH. Jones; Mary Is. Hami-~qteil.
liton and I. E. Hamilton, her I Tl'*II*.
husband; et al.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATitN.

The saldcomplainant J. R. lradilsk.. hia-
ing filed his sworn bill uf complaints i..*
tCrcult Court. Fourth Judlcia: firn;..t ,fr
Florida. In and for Nassau County In i a lni
cery. against M. .anderson; Minnl.' sun:
dersun; R. H.Jones; Mary I. Haamllloii sin
L E. Hamilton, her husband, and a*til.-a..
defendant's, In which bill he states lhint l h
believes there are peran s laterested li Ie h
land hereInafter descrllred, the pr*-*i'rty
Involved In said sult.ol.er thain said kliio ni
defendants. whose names are uakntown tti
him and believed by him to be helrs. d1'-
visees. grantees or oliher claimants umatde
Robert Harrison, deceased, or olcthe-rail,
and against whom relief is* prayed lmu masd
by sald bill:
Fhereupaon, upaon demand of said tlonel
plainant It Is hereby ordere|l Ibat "Iall lir
teMclalming lntire-t under Itolwrl tlairl-
on., deceaed, or ota hoerwie." lIa I at- rlio.'r-
ty Involved In Mibald sill. \I/.: All Ilinal -er-
laline tract, pl Ii'cr or prcel a, lniail. -liuiate.
l01iiI 1Mls hlielhni In IIhe '.i iiiii i cb of N a .aRu
anti cmis eof I-loi rlsi aln. l k ,-ao t IImeaid tav tlo-
naltd tolme Ih i ola liml |Ill ol .. ',t V'e I. ..t111ii
couInly. a lthe Itlw,,'r ll rir.-i 4 .rsant. ior
s i ..tn ot.ra an 'I.' maII | a Tiwo
i', N .it"la alit l m ,. I >. .; isi v .r, los e-l;i
mirt r-tlir(tl t1a ;"I a i .tl -a,. ..am- nmiln|> mulli t'ms
Mi clam o -l l lIi ;,g!.' '1!: !' *I. ,i, a or I .-hrr
tlile l- l Itls.b l ij \ l ,I ll u I il. ol.
Ih If r It hi.e% IF1 ... l ,
AlItl it 1 I- ihur h -I 1.. I. I I this oriI. 1l r
I,**' |l lli-ihw l I 'T ::..aIilllm: Nesw -

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aill a .. I + h1:e. m. I'; ..at II', .'e isl
S'tll 'a ta tlll I a I ''." I >ll a I m .111111111",a .\ Ic.
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'tUIUMCA I, 'C 1 J A IJ .III '. ;IWIAN I:. WII.I.IA\M.
This cause. comitag on to 1iWe I lt-m d t-a llm d i '.rk f Iir e itl '.trt. N.- u -lilcounty.
on the maIution l ltie co(lnIillllaia,( tlor uil i liorlai
orderot service aiy publicatioll on the .- S- S:.a.%
lefndaut.1, *lorida Atitia tlc t4ul( t 4lI t- i.. II ..1. .I. .1\KI. 1:.,
luails"ad Company.a corpoMl los.lli, as.i rial s stil.-Ittor for '.,i|llnilulan t. Apr 17
rida lamisroma Company, a itorporatio,., .uimi
it appearing to the Court tmat the ctiim-
launauts,aJ. M. .auer, W. J. illlinan and nu
ohn He-de.son. e-partner, dolag huItasl-t'lm.
under the arm name and style of nau-er At 111 tlt-' Cireuit Court,
Company, bled tseir blh l ofl capmlt .. ...
thist ourtio taeiftlsu day of January. !ill, l Fourthl Judicial Circuit if lFloriora,
against l'Florida Atlantic a >ull tegeirI .ri :. .. ..
a ilrondCoumpaay.a corporation orgMltliel In anlld ft N a t Oltiy,
and existing under maud by virtue of tne law, i I NCIE'lR ,Y
of the tate of Florida; oloida hasoao IN
ComUpany, a corporation organized iunai- -
and existintlg by Virtue of flse laws of ine A. F. Iraeddaek, I
*Slate of 4 oioda; 51ll perumas t-ainil;ag ; T%. I
Interest under Florida Iaslroad Coi-te Zenat V. KIdrtd. Reateivr of Bill it
panu, a corporation or otherwl'-; % Ith.E eorgeT.4 Smitih Middliliag let
Silcbhrtost, as tovernorof isM .stale l urile-r Cnnpany. a corpora- Title
Of Iloril.; A. q. Croo ,., as tommaptrusalr tolhn orgatilzcsd under ihe laws I
of the .'4ate of Fl-rlda; 'Park lrainmasti, of Mhtaiglanu. c al. 1
a" Attorney General of the .stale ot rlu-i s ,Uio'R lFOR PIUBILIt'ATION.
rida; Willialn V. KnoL, ansTreasnurr uio t i he
State fl Florid-. ald lBe jassu an Ml..ts, am. T U.i nassmalssoerof A rieuitureof ute .that ot T. suillh Miiddling Purifier 'allo any,
I sr.da. masiandcoustltutlag tIhe iruluntse o01 a c.irpralj lon organized under the laws
theiAnternal m provewenut Iund ois tue.-.tc of Mh-ithigau. otl the tty of Jackson. In
ou rlor'kan;a Hlllan n-utntheran.. touip..,), :a thIe .-tat ote Mchilgan:
bl0orida .-orpolMoMa eadall persons -lasil ag You are b*er-lay r. quired to appear to the
aa interistin the p openly involved iu s.i bill ofcnsplainlt flled bereln against you
suit a iS ddcmrtid lIn the bill ofl cuosip.ont. I In the il.ove- cantitled catua.s ou or before
Ior iae pu s pueof removing vertaian loua.i- the third day of Aprill. 1tL. he same being
es and statMes aig teUtittle to liasadte.. rai ie It Rule lay In -hld ollnoth of April.
ed na said bill of .-om-lillut aid dU-iae-ih., Tht- -Fernandlua News-Kecor~" Is here-
Mse execuaton and delivery of ueeiaa arona01 ty dse-ln#atmel a the newspaper in which
ertaine 0, the delendaants to be- couaplalu- thlt or.-r shall the publlshe. oace a week
aat,, anm for an laJuaeiIon reItraitluK ju f fewf our O1 t',,n,'cutilve weeks.
deltnadants IroaM aer4ertuag r clauaalUK is, Wlleas my bIasid an a lerk. and the eal of
lltirele aa the land lavowved in maitt suit, s tt ourl. ti .bl.i I iny of Vebruaiy, ilt.
ad ltor ith reorma ion and correatm u l cs-Sal trecil KrW'IN K WILLIAMi.
certain deiads tuerein described asuta for otber I 'ura s-I"lrf. ear i Ircult toumrt. Nassau
general and speclat relief an prayed 1in ea,, ,I ;. & II J. .t. KKK, county. kkiard a.
bill 01 coUnpoasn&, and I ..m.llIItar, far I tuplalnant mchl11
It further appMrsain to the Coamrt that
on tbva rd day os January', Iai, a .tIueiomii ,a
was duly Iued out ol thins Court dirert.ui to
thesawu lorsla Atlantl:&Aiutlseuti.u all-- li ('i;.liit ('- rl i.'lurlh Jnleail
ro.d cosaipmay, asid al-o to o idnaid Il lordta asnl I i *ud Fwnh l- Jl-ri
Sa u..tht --.a.>.)*. ? ", th **......, t .ae.i' *ml fr' ,. i.s -,e*I l.t r
1 b U .a l B .' i t 'J 4 .41 i.U U a 4 l..t .. u ay ,. .i -
m. Ist. e ant: d i l tUtlk beril ,Ia .Nar-.,., NI..a UtOullly.
touinmay, oritla, an that the maid Fu.apia..ai
waaby thbeuaid hberlif raturune- not srr.-t IN ('IIAN':ERY.
and utneecuted as to said I lorida Atainiat l, & an
uu.t % neutral itatiread a oIaiiluy. alnd mM .ial.k- l .m|1.sm 1 aii
'lorida taiiruaiu o, aso s uuy e ibeat d to- w" I. .V II F re' uare.
polralUoobs and tech l htea i latd talied to lt-tl R4eart S Redevmand
any otacers or appUilu t any aialset aluin f er- .' 1,
lad of tmtore tmn tltwen 4) %eara a aI tl"- i a Iiio lr F IOR PUBI 'ATION.
isuance of m-oMi kubpie .a abtd U teI.u" a. I
l .me a cers and agenul of amid corpjratlion The llettor for omnspialnsint In the above
and ~meh of iwem were un. boa an d asu dar entitled tCawc, having filled In this e sort, as
4lallgent sesar.. and taquiry none ouald t-* anll.a it sateing that the relideace of the de-
fouuad.eari of or aicertainedl tv tuae rtiI fsglat lit I unknown toalid romplalnaalsor
Milerlff, weresore, it Is t eir sollcttor. and that there la Iso person In
OUdered, adjudged and decredt bhat lrjmtidla time .sate of ilaorlda. the service of a sab-
Atlastie iuilas. central iailrusad omueals. poena. upon whom. would sbnd aaid defend.
a corporatiou organized and exlitlsil uaitaar ais ane that Mutil defendant It over the age
ad by vnirtue of the laws of the .-tate out t-. of twenty.one )ears:
riO.and a Florida .salroad u.omnpoy, a ur- Wthereupon it ls orrdered thaIt ert H1.
poralwoi orgautlse and xIsUaMn uuer and kedmuond. *le defendant- tI required to SaP-
by virtue jA the laws of tbe steoflef k lot au. pear at the tourt House In the il*y of ler-
Ie adJthe> and euchoftheita. se .. :reby re- aandtna, Naau county, Florlida, on the llr
aI red toi p-ar and aefred thr is amusit o< day of Aprti.V 111. to the Bilt of Complalat
t he aaae Mw.v.i4nia ,. M. o t, W. J. filed y larkson 3 lmias and Williama Miami
Hlllman and Joha Het deros. eo-lanrtuer. tIn the above entitled eome.
dotag tnatm s under tue arm name and It o further ordered that this order be pub-
styeofau&cerao-mpany. at the once of lased in the Femandida Nesa-tecord. a
the Clerk os the Urcual iourt oae NMasa newspaper published in the tty of Veraua
CoUty. Floridson the nule Day In June, dine. Na.meu O Caty. Flora, for eight c-
W. belag Monday. June 5 1911, and it Is secotive eks next before the 3rd day of
further =l A. IL 3. ad that a copy of this
uN*i d adjudged and deereed that this order te PeateO at the door of the surt
oder lMe pubUhseoaeeaes Wtk tre space House MNaus oaty, Florida. within
oftiwvemomthe, prto theSalmMgtdayhtbe twety4ay fromLbe ism lac ( .ereof.
orM- sy f Jie eImt la UDleoesrmdua Done ad orderthi d day or February
NeWResri.d a newspaper 5 5 ea l circua.1- 1
haltesPubtaed in aMid Na ussau ouaty, CleJrk teit lgeDWNl N K.nounty.,, ato
kua onty, t of
th! s ademd'ei this Uthmdan efbroav. Florida


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