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VOLUME XLVIII NO IT FEKNAMMNA FERNA DI DItiA N AIiLA KLA THURSDAY 1JIIURSDA Y MARO I H 2 9 1911 PRIOF PR IGI FIVE I CENTS CE GEC TS I
WILL ENTERTAIN ORDER OF CONDUCTORS CONDUCTORSBrotherhood CONDUCTORSBroth CONDUCTORSBrotherhood
Brotherhood Broth rhood of o Locomotive Engineers Engin rs Are to Bring Th Thto Them Thenito
to Fernanda As Their ThelrBQ tats sts Saturday May 13th J 1
Many Ian of our uurciti1cni citizens who have had hadthe hadthe
the best lt t interests ami tn + l welfare of good goodold gumlQltI roodold r
old Fernaudina at heart at all times timeshave tirlltShave a ahave
have after a continuous battle with withadverse withadverse I
adverse circuirHtaiKtances circuii tttutauce attained anotable a anotable l lnotable
notable victoryami that is i of possible pxssiblefarreacbitiK possiblefarreaching IJltSsihlefarr
farreaching farr chirIK results and it now be behooves beI beIhooves ¬
hooves hoov every ever resident of Fernandina Fernandinato I Ito
to give the Board BuanlufTralle of Trade of ourci ourcif ourciffull our cw cwfull m p pfull
full credit for the landing oi what whatthe whatthe whatT
the News NewsHlcorll T Record believes Ix htts to be of thegreatest the thegreatest thegrett
greatest grett t uni 1liliIOrt > ort for the future welfare welfareof
of thiscily thb city It is the landing or bring bringing hringinltitcre bringing
ing inltitcre there ficre or of an organization uII whose whosemeinters who whosemeuthers e ememhers
meinters are to In1 found in every everystate everystate everystate
state and territory of Uncle Sarnsdo Sarnsdotnain Sams do domain tlomain ¬
main and antllclches tenches across 3 the bordersboth borders bordersboth tJordelJhoth
both Ways into Canada and Mexico 1lexieoThe MexicoThe Mexicoihe
The organization spoken = p en of in the theforegoing Iheforeguing theforegoing
foregoing paragraph is the theOrder Order of ofRailway ufUaihvay ofRailway
Railway Conductors who are to meet meetin meetI I Iin
in I Jacksonville HI the tlieready eacly part ol olth 011 011th of ofr
r thI th > coming month of May and it is isestimated i ietilllated ise
estimated e that this curn convention efltitn will willhave willJmve willhave
have at least 9000 delegates and vis visitors viiHont visstory ¬
story attending it and tins tl s number is isthe isthe isthe
the smallest figure furu furnished fll u hed a tt repriSentuthe repre representatie reprieutl1tie I
sentatie of the Feruandina Fe uandinu NewsIteaprd News NewsRecord NewsUeturd i
Record and comes COIll from such a 1 source sourcethat ItOurlCthat sourcethat
that it is worthy wurth of respectful notice noticeIt
r It would be idle to presume that thatall thatall thatall
all the deleates dele d leat a tea and visitors to this thisconvention thitconvention thisconvention
convention ate coming to Fernandina Fernandinaon i
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on Saturday May the 13th but alarge a alarge Itlarge
large and sufficient number of thew themwill thewwill thewwill
will come to Fernandina and will willmake willmake willmake
make of this tlli event the greatest dayIn day dayin
in the history of our city when the theBrotherhood theBrot theBrotherhi
Brotherhood Brot herhuod od of Locomotive ve Engineers Engineersare
are to bring brlll them here as thenspecial thenspecialguests their Illecial tpeeialguets IllecialgUt
guests gUt > its to partake gm urtake of < fa t u barbecue lash lashfry iishfry I Ifr
fry fr and fish chowder > r and later on onan onan I
an excursion lxcur in which will practicallythe practically 1
hri brio the fcstivitits to a close
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1 11 IK special spt ciul committee committeef e urth tlI UQar UQarof Ir Iruf
of f Trade having Ittvih ih charge chr c of the thuwere ttfttr ttfttrtvcre afl r rwen
were in n conference tuft nuce a good gUII11arl part of last lustTmsday lastlist
Tmsday list kiy with a committee of the theLneimioiive thuLII theLuctirtutlve I
Lneimioiive LII IIIIIt1 Vl Engineers whu informeil informeiltin i it
tin t hI Huard of ufTnulc Trade that there will be beinelli bes
s inelli g like 5000 enple > to visithrrt visit visitIIITI visitInn
IIITI oaiuiiiay aLIuItI I i May ht K5li to attend attendthe attentlthe attendthe
the barbecue fish sh fry fr and fish ih chow chowfor ehuwder chowder
der for which Fernaudina F rlhUlill has be tieule befamous beIII
III ule famous
Conductors s under the protect protectthe
t of the Eut Engineers t l eers will arly ar artly
tly ly Saturday morning morningfted
fted led to the scene of ofJark ofPark
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Wc mean by that tlie the visitors for that thatoneJday thatme thatone
oneJday one me day ay have their homes hOlll in every everyslate everystate everystate
state and territory territor of the Union andalso and andalso undulso
also their homes are It re scattered over overthe overthe overthe
the Dominion of Canada and British BritishColumbia BritbhCHlull1 Britishnpturubla
Columbia CHlull1 la and Mexico These people peopleare
are coming here and it lies in our ourpower ourpower ourpowe
power ctoso to so impress impr them th 1II with the theadvantages theulvant1t theadvantages
advantages ulvant1t lliajt Fernandina possesses possessesthat ptk4iessthat possessesthat
that the visitors will sing our prajses prajsesto < > s sto
to their home folks folksTo fulkTu folksTo
To properly entertain this large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of visitors it may be neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary for our citizens to give gi ve assistance assistanceto
to the Board of Trade The News NewsRecord NewHecor NewsRecord
Record says advisuMy may for it ithas itha ithas
has ha not been informed that such as assistance usshllallce assistance ¬
sistance will be absolutely needed neededbut neededbut neededbut
but forewarned is forearmed and andin andin andin
in suggesting u gestillg this matter to the attention at attention attelltion ¬
tention of our people it is but looking kkiiglimvard lookingforward luokingforward
forward toa time where such a contingency con contingency contingency ¬
tingency should it arise could be met metreadily metreadily metreadily
readily and easily easU by organizing organizingnow or ttniziug ttniziugnow
now Such preparation shouldshe shouldshebegun should be bebegun
begun 1 KUn atonce at once and though it may maynot maynil
not be called upon to give active as assistance assistance ¬
sistance in a financial way w no to the theBoard theHoard theBoard
Board of Trade it would work much muchmore muchmure muchinure
more smoothly knowing knlJwill that a helpjug help helping helping ¬
ing hand awaited them should they theyneed theyneed theyneed
need itand it and would avoid to a large ex extent extent ¬
tent that embarrassment that gen generally gellerally generally ¬
erally attends poorly organized af affairs affat affairs ¬
fairs fat t8 of this character and in this thismanner thismanner thismanner
manner add to the thehonor honor and credit creditof
of our city mmensely mmenselyTht
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Tht ht special committee committe4nf ommU the theBoard theBoardr Board Boardof
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of Trade asks tbe ONi NI Record to toplace toplace toplace
place before our citiz HJk fbuiilleiS business businessmen ¬
and lastly and inoswmportant inoswmportantly m mf iJrJportallt ern rtant rtantly
ly the patriotic pittrio tadies Indies tlies of orFe Fernandina Fernandinathe Fernandinatime naDdilia
the fact that thg th Order of Conduct Conductors C < nduct ¬
ors olHcial 1 colors are white green greendtc6rate greenml revs revsand
and ml = = rel l l lat IIL IILnweni f fUIeni
UIeni Illy dit HO dtc6rate dl Irate their theirhomes tbeirhumrs
1 1hmnts
homes and business ht inl8i places with the thecolors theetltrs
colors mentioned in one manner or oror orI orullotlllr oror I
or another While 1V bile everylH everylxidy + dy that thatcan thatcall thatcan
can do tlnm so on the fay ay of the barbecueshould barbecue harlncueshllultl barbecueshould
should wear a rosette or a 1 small piece pieceof pieceof
of riblon made of thest th st colors colorsIt CJor CJorIt
It will be the endeavor of the theBoard theHultrd theBoard
Board of f Trade to make knownthrough known knownthrough knownthr
through thr u h the columns of the News
Record ltt > cortl any event or fact pertaining pertainingto 1 > lrtainin lrtainintu
to this affair that thatis is of importance to toour toour toour
our people peopleGet peopleOet
Get away a from your hammer get getan getall getan
an extra large sized megaphone and andshout andihout andshout
shout the thelrai praises of Fernandina F from fromnow frumnow fromnuw
now an until Itt l Saturday May the 151th 151thWl 13thHHt
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IT PRKRESS1TENESS OF CITY CITYW tl tlV
W V J Huggard who somefifteen some somefifteen somefifteen
fifteen years ago held an ansition anition anition
ition at the Seaboard SeaboardFernandina SeaboardFernandina boartl boartlFtrlhlOtUnlt
Fernandina the pastover past pastover pastuVlr
over as he stated statedjunds statoountli stateands
ands of pleasant pleasantic
ic e NewtsRecord NewtsRecordtoday N NewsRecordtoday eWe Recur1 Recur1today
today as com comLwhen COIIIwhen coinwhen
when he lived livedLtown livedtown
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MAY LOCATE HERE f fHaving fIIl1vin i iHaving
Having IIl1vin bought some property new newHilliard ncurHilliard
Hilliard and wishing it recorded re recordedthe < ftrded ojjj ojjjthe j jthe
the County books before returahl returahlto reluraimtj reluraimtjto
to his Illinois home Mr C CWhiseflnand W WWhiscnnand
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Whiscnnand of Hardinsville Illi Illinois I li linois ¬
nois arrived arri ll in Fernandina la lat latTuesday > t tTuesday tTuesday
Tuesday February 28lh and was waswell waswell 5 5well
well pleaed pleo lti with the city that hi hiand h isesurd i iund
and his friend Mr LuintJ decidvd decidvdto decidtilito I Ito
to view tile town more fully visU1 visU1ing vi visl visling i iing
ing the beach and the waterfront us aswell uswell ISwell
well as the streets in various parts 3 61the t tthe 3the
the city and the more he and h his hisfriejid s sfriend
friend saw the more impressed impr sed htO htOfritJ1d t Iwas tWttM twas
was with Fernandina as a place placelive plaCelive placelive
live in inBut 14 14Bt t tBut
But what impressed imlres both Mes MessrWhissennand Messnl MessnlWhissennand MesWiu8Sennaml
Whissennand and Lamb mostly w wa watheir watheir a atheir
their visit to the experimental farri farriol
of the Nassau N au Truck and Farm Ft F 1D Co CoPliny ot otpnny hi hipany
pany and here they Werecarriei Werecarrieiaway acre carriei carrieiaway arrit arritaway >
away by the find find8ho showlngniade sho i gmade1 gmade1the g gthe nsadeby by bythe >
the crops for the theY > yare are are both practical practicalfarmers Itractictfarmers nact lll
farmers and Mr Whisennand stativl stativlto ststclto l
to the NewsRecord that though thoughas H Hwas i t twas
was as pleased Ilea ell with withhit his purchase a athe aI aIthe J Jthe
the property at Hilliard he in oil oilprobability ailprobability 11 11probabiUt9
probability would locate somewher somewheron
on Amelia Island I hUld as the soil wajtiic wajtiicrichest WtbtJe WtbtJerichCit wan ttie ttierichest
richest he had seen anywhere Ti Tileft They Theyleft Tt o oleft
left for their Hardinsville HardinsvilleWednesday h ho hoWednesday u uVedn
Wednesday Vedn day morning
Tl INCIRFIRATE iNCIRPIRITETime
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The citizens citizensof of Callauan are mak making tntAking k kIng ¬
ing petition to the State Legm3lafnt Legislcffere Legislcfferet Legi fire firet
t o incori incorporate > orate believing that that A t is istime 1 1time mtime
time to take that step as the town townhas nvn nvnhas wnt
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has been growing rather rapiiily ntli J of oflate oflate oflate
late and they tht > y believe that the future futureholds fut futurehufds re rehuhls
holds a better promise for its development level jeIOPIU levelopnient ¬
opment OPIU t if it were erc incorporated incur Iurportt orated t tIN t tiH t1M
iH OlHt iu1iclv iu1iclvdint J 1t lv r rts tJtlrnwr rjrrtWJff Vr o f fllmi
dint bids hi to tuuke it ofleiof one i f the th must musti mll l
i iiiiortaiit business In 8iul S centers cent rs in Nassaucounty Nassau Nassaucounty Na sllu
county countyIt
It is at present attracting attention attentionon
on account of the rich fertility of its itssoil it itsuil itssoil
soil from those in the north who are arejsttkiiig ares aresekug
jsttkiiig s t kllJg places where wllt re to profitably profitablyfollow profitahlyfilIuw profitablyfollow
follow farming several t olonizatinn llunizlitionMChelllls volonizatinnsehenies olonizatinnschemes
schemes center their efforts etft > rl in and andaround tUttinrouud amidaround
around Callahan It has besides besidesvaluable bL besidesvaluable > i lllS lllSv
valuable v fanning lands several very ver
fine churches and schools as well WClllb WClllbu a aa as asa
a goodly number of business house houseand houseoall houseanti
and all 1 a bank while its citizens are areprogressive areProgressive
progressive r ogre sive and hospitable qualities qualitieswhich quttlititwhich qualitieswhich
which will attract and hold tho thowho tho3wht those thosewho
who > visit Callahan CallahanSTATE C CallahanSTATE llahan llahanSTATE I
STATE RETAIL DEALERS ISSICUTUN ISSICUTUNThe
The Nassau Branch BranchRetail of the State StateRetail StatUetail
Retail Dealers Association Asso < iRtion met Feb February February Felruary ¬
ruary 28 in Library Hall Themeeting The Themeeting lhcmeeting
meeting was called to order by thechairman the thechairman th21 th21c
chairman c Dr Horsey The pur purposes purpuSC8 purposes ¬
poses of the organization were then thendiscussed thend thendiscussed
discussed d and letters read from sev several several severa ¬
era eral lawyers hlw e18ofprominence of prominence comment commenting ¬
ing on the proponed legislation legislationMuch
Much enthusiasm has been manifest manifested ¬
ed all over the state in the movemeat move movement movement ¬
ment and the State Retail Dealers DealersAssociation DealersAssoclatim DealersAssociatio
Association a is becoming one of the hc
strongest affiliations in Florida Floridastate Floridastate A Astate
state convention will be held in inJacksonville inJacksonville
Jacksonville March 8th 9th and andluh andIOh
luh I h to tf which Dr Horsey HuJ > Y will be LPIct a aaerate atiesate
aerate Ict te It is proposed that all theFe the thePemandina theIfe
Pemandina Ife nantlina members attend in a abody ubody abody
body bodyDr bodyDr bodyDr
Dr Horsey Horse was reelected chair chairman chair10an chairluau ¬
man and Frank Suhrer secretary secretaryNOME secretar9IOTKE secretaryNOTICE
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NOME NOMENotice IOTKENotice NOTICENotice
Notice is hereby given that the thefrsigned thersigned thesigned
frsigned signed intend to apply to the theJa thea
Ja a Legislature during its sesnil ses sespril sesril
pril nil 4th 1911 for a special act actDrate actrate actrate
rate Callahan to provide providetyernment providyernmet providevernment
its territorial territorialto
tyernment fix
I IIt
to It prescribe its jurlsdic jurlsdicPOTS Jurl Juriathcwors dic I II I
POTS POTSG
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BUSINESS BUSINESSOFIHE OF THE PORT PORTrri
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rri rats and Departures Oa P Pfor auras of Vessel Vesselfor
for n 1 the a Past P st Seven SlY an Days DaysARRIVALS OarsAAR DaysARRItALs
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ARRIVALS AAR us AND DEPARTURES DEPARTURESSchooner DKPAKTUKESSchooner IPItTUltESSchoouer
Schooner Florence Cr dick et lk Lank Lankimilert Luukilert Lauksailed
sailed ilert for Philadelphia Friday Frida with withcargo withcar withcargo
cargo car consigned colI iglll1 by Ciaig GSchooner Co CoSchooner CcSchouner
Schooner Hugh H ugh Kelly K lIy Har Hartl liardy
dy tl sailed for New York Tuesday Tuesdaywitii Tuesdaywith
with cargo consigned by 11 Cooney CooneyEcktein Cuol1eyEck CooneyEektein
Ecktein Eck tlin Co CoSchooner CoSchooner < 1
Schooner Scho ner Collins W WGee W1ttkin iY M MGee
Gee sailed for New York Yorkwith Yorkwith Tu
with cargo consigned by byN Nassau NassauWharf NassauWharf Il IlWharf
Wharf Co CuSchooner CoSdloonlrVarner s
Schooner SdloonlrVarner Warner Moore Crockett Crocketti CrockettsaIU
saIU sailed d for Providence Jro vlden Monday with withcargo withOlr withcargo
cargo Olr O consigned by b JlMerrow SMerrowScbuouerChas S JlMerrowSchooner l rruw rruwbouller
Schooner ScbuouerChas Chas haJ D Days waport veJp apart r Pink Piukiam Pinkhum
hum sailcttforPh sailed sau d for r Philadelphia J1iG IatItlmhia lii 1 M Monday Mondaywith I mda mdai dity ditywith
1 with cargo carkrocousn carkrocousnCo consigned co i n > y N Euiannel EuiannelCo
X t tSchooner <
Co HS4tf HS4tfSchooner 1 < 2 =
Schooner Florence Fl rence M Belding BeldingllftUon BeldingIlia
Ilia llftUon 11 ton art arrjvel artl tube ll e Thursday andwill and andwill andwill
will take cargo cargo atMasau at sau u Wharl Co CoSteamship Cut5teaunshil CoSteamshiTp
Steamship Ufavita Mardjl Ma rila JI ltRauidiDai1l Raquisiu Raquisiusailed t tsailed
sailed ai1l > d on Tuesday fuedUYiby ° pBtrachau byY byYSchooner by Strachan Co CoSchooner Cohoouer
Schooner Deau 1E E Brown Flintarrived Flinnarrived Flinn Flinnarrivtd
arrived Sufltfeiy SU Suitt i tt1D and id i + taking g cargo cargoat
at t J R Hillf7 Hillf7Schooner HiII HiIISchoonercilS i iSchooner
Schooner SchoonercilS Chas K Skull Heath Heatharrived HetlharrivLlI Heatharrive
arrived here Sunday ana will load loudcargo loadeargu loadcargo
cargo at Craig 10 10IN toIN o oIN
IN JPOBTSchooner JPOBT roRTSc IeORTSchuuner
Schooner Sc JUtr Levidf4Afnilrews LevJ Lev Andrews ntrewJ Crai CraiCo g gCo gCo
Co CoSchooner Co8chooner
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Schooner Percy Birdsall Bi rl Ja II J R RHill HHlU RHill
Hill HillSchooner
Schooner boouer J Edwprd Edw rd Drake J K KHill UHill RHill
Hill HillSchooner
Schooner Maria O Toole J P 11Hill PHill FHill
HillSdhooner Hill
Sdhooner hQOller Major Pitkarris Critic
Co CofcJchooner Cohuo CoSchooner
Schooner huo er Judge ullg Bryces Bryce BryceBarkGartba BryceBark
Bark BarkGartba s Gartba Borden BordeuSchooner Co Codlu CoSchooner
Schooner Schooner dlu rler Florence F orenle M13eldin M l Belding BeldingSchooner BeldingNassau 6 6Nassau
Nassau barrvo WharfVoSchooner barrvohooner
Schooner Dean E Brown J K KHill UHill
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For I ur week lJ > ending l tud IIII ot Feh19t Feb rtt L I 5 J IJii IJiiFirst 1911Firt 1 1First
First Grade Gr h > Mis Beugnet B 1 lI ug11ct1V lIlt W hun 1onHendri hunHentlriks 1i ii iilieidri
Hendri Hentlriks > ks Edgur Hamilton John JohnRutishaushcr JulinitdilmuIHr JuhuItiitishaushcr
Rutishaushcr Edward Bel ward Price Chas ChajFyle Chayle ChasFyle
Fyle yle Grace Suydir SuydirPrimer SYIllrPrimer 4yderPruner
Primer Class Cht Chts5Francis ilmncis Francis LohmanClarence Lohman LohmanClarence LohmanClltrenc
Clarence Lohman Earl Keen Leroy LeroyFink LeruSFink LeroqFink
Fink Harry Galphin GalphinSecond GttlphinecUlt GalphinSec
Second Sec n l tirade Miss Carrie CarrbAzelda CarrbAzeldaFyfe Azelda AzeldaFyfe Az hht hhtFyfe
Fyfe Theo Watts Alice Galphin
Millie CarterThird Carter CarterThird
Third GruleMitry Grade Mary A Phillips PhillipsRose PhillipsRose t tnose
Rose M Humphreys Annie L Wil Wilson WiItlon Wilson ¬ I
son Corinne Hernandez HernandezFourth HernandezFourth HernandezFourth
Fourth Grade Miss Chadwick ChadwickMyrtle ChadwickMyrtle
Myrtle Sanders Pansy Patl y DeFee Ruth RuthLacky UuthLncky RuthLacky
Lacky Voncile Powell Eva Lohman Loh Lohman Lohman
man Thelma Anderson SadieI Sadie SadieGluck SadieGluck
I Gluck Willie Schroeder SchroederFifth Schroederjfth SchroederFifth
Fifth jfth Grade GradeOlive Olive Galphin Leone LeoneCrouch LeoneCnuch LeoneCrouch
Crouch Willie Swearingen Charles CharlesBeasley Charlett8ca CharlesBewley
Beasley 8ca rey Theo Hernandez D G GI i iI
1 I Humphreys HumphreysSixth
Sixth Grade Mrs lr Ward VartlIlrle tiVardMarieLohman VartlIlrleLo Mane ManeLohman
Lohman Lo hman Eloise Martin Maggie MagpieVaughn MaggieVaughn lIl1g ie ieVau
Vaughn Vau hn Faith Fitzgerald Fitz traltl Louise LouiseHughes LouiseH LouiseHughes
Hughes H Elizabeth Wilson WilsonSeventh WilsonSeventh VilsonSeventh
Seventh Grade GradePauline Pauline B Boy BoytRuth o y tRuth 1 1Ruth
Ruth Rouse R use Ruth Nagel Stephen StephenAndersen StephenAnderstn StephenAnderscn
Andersen Alfred Schroeder Bella BellaGluck HellaGluck BellaGluck
Gluck Roy Higginbotham RayHigginbotham Ray RayHigginbotham ItalyHigginbotham
Higginbotham
Eighth Grade Miss Venl1l1rHu WeimarHubentPuwell Weimar Venl1l1rHubert
bertPowell bert Powell Emmie Mc0fffinNinth McGiffin McGiffinNinth i
Ninth Gradi JratLawTcHle Lawrence Galphin GalpliinCecil GalphinCecil GalphmQcil
Cecil Hall Alice McGiffin Maggie MaggieSharpe llaggieSharpe MaggieSharpe
Sharpe Leafy Vance VanceTenth VanceTenth VanceTenth
Tenth Grade Mr PriceLillianHughes Price PriceLillian PriceLillianHughes Lillian LillianHughes
Hughes Ben McCottery Mal Marion MarionIhhhips ion ionPhilips on onPbllip8
Philips PhilipsEleventh Pbllip8Eleventh IhhhipsEleventh
Eleventh 3rade 3radeNellie Nellie WayTwelfth Way WayTwelfth Va Varw
Twelfth rw mh Grade GradeLaura Laura Browufleld BrowufleldDai BrowufleldDally rown ehl I
Dai Dally y Bruce BruceLENTEN BruceLEITER BruceLENTEN
LENTEN SERHNS ST IKHAELS CHURCH CHURCHIn
In addition to the usual Lenten Lentenobservances Lenttuob Leuteuobservances
observances ob ervances in St Michaels church churchthere churchIh churchthere
there Ih re will be delivered deUveredearn earn Sunday
evening during Lent one of a series seriesof serieof
of sermons on the general subject subjectThe 8ubJECtThe subjectThe
The Message Mes ge of the Church to Man Mankind Manklud an anklud ¬
klud These talks will be mostly mostlyMapository mostlyp
Mapository artp p ° ltory in character and are in intended ined innstrate
tended ed to 111 111unctions illustrate the place Jce C8 and andibnettona andanetl0D8
ibnettona anetl0D8 of the church in human af afin a aCatholics
1 i in Catholics and nonCatholics nonCatholicsill
I ill i l alike be welcome welcome30HN welcomeJOBS welcomeJOIIN
JOBS OBRIEN OBRIENPastor OBRIENPa8tor > v vPastor
Pastor PastorV Pa8torri
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A MOST F1tisTBEAUTIfUL BEAUTIFUL AFFAIR FA
A Scene That Lives in the Memory of Those Attending A ASuccess ASuccess ASuccess
Success in Every Way
heldnniil Colonial limit Ball hives cr tn by h the theLadies theLadie I
Ladies Latli Cemetery CtlI1thr Cenit terl Anonaii AcI 1s i iati ui1I n of f Her Hernauduie KerUandin r rlll1nct
Uandin lll1nct lI 1111111a M < > ndty niylu ni 1 r r r27th
27th aft r a pitpnn inoipiineiiitiit 1 II 1lI1tlI nmeul I not ol oljflefert uialeference
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jflefert aleference nee to tl the Mrii r tu iicniniuiun fl tlItIit inn of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs 18 A O t paella MttcDonnell in11 iiuring UIill the thepast Ihep thepast
1 1and
past p itst week ha gins 1 dt down vmm in niMury niMuryand hllluCyand I 1I
and in the th ninimry liltmilt of o thu IhllI t hiss i who r nt nttended utI attended I
tended it us the until succvlul ucct hll Micial Micialfunction OOlllinlfUnltiolll uci81function
function ever t lr undertaken m ii Fenian Fertmaidiva Feniandina Fprmmdinn
diva Its > iiiininry Il ni + JllIry will linger hugeritli hugeritliall 1I tr uuh uuhall wnhall
all of Fer FlrII1 Feriaudints iiand nlluas i iits bt blt t citizenship citizenshipand CitizenhipunitvoiIauhtal Itlztn hip hipaaul
and unitvoiIauhtal wonuinhiNxl fur a Ion period lrilfll oftime of oftime nftime
time and this thi aHair is cniuied cniuiedthat toll wJUthat tolllint
that honor hotiurLyeeuh honorLyceum hm r
Lyceum 1 ltUlU hull l1n the > eat > rt r moved rtIlIOl11f movedfrotn iuuvellfroth
f froth rnlll its n fioiir Ii or HIH walis and alII I Mage Magebeautifully stagebettutilully lt C Cbl1lutifulI
beautifully bl1lutifulI hedecked with that most mostartitic lIIostartitic mostartistic
artitic dee nttioii r tiu11 VIK the United UnitedStates U UitedStates itlcI itlcIShtes
States flag a was a most pUasing pUasingscene pl asing asingscene
scene ene to setting lllin that showed tully IUU the thepatriotic thepatriotic thepatriotic
patriotic eateem estct tCtm nt that General Wash WashJington 1Vahinglui Vn h hI
Jington I ingtun is held in A AthhcI < lded d 10 o this thisthe tlli tllithe thisthe
the few PilI presented tl in the hl > costumes costumesof > s suf
of Coloiiiul nay ia I I utrn rll by the limeladit theladies IhuItullt
ladies and geiitienun ClltitIIUU n the hr race of ofcarriage oflalri ofearriagi
carriage lalri I ot 1 the w WIlmlI viu < nu n the rape ta e and andselfpossCasiou Ulldllfp05 8111self
self selfpossCasiou llfp05 = no e3itlU ol 11 ue < tung UII men hid and andladies III amidladies lit litlaliil
ladies > i made the entertainment ent ut so 0 in indecnbubiy inlI fudecrtbtbiy
decnbubiy lI ralltbl pretty that It tuauempt o to todo todo todo
do it justice is almost iiuptKvjible iiuptKvjibleAt iUlIu ssi lhle lhleAt le leAt
At least twentyfive couples CtUll Were Werein w werein re reill
in costume co tullle no two alike and it was WIISwith waswith waswith
with difficulty many uiauywere were recognized recognizedin
in the great r at change of If powdered bait baitand hairttnl1
and wigs which added much to flier
rimeht rll1le t of the eveningThat evening eveningThat ecnlllghat
That hat the participants were aware awarethat lVarethat awarethat
that an opportunity of unusual ullu ulIl oc occurrence occurrtuce occurrence ¬
currence was to take h lw place couldreadily could couldreadily couldrtadil
readily rtadil be seen from the variety variet of ifcustuuiesvunl ufCltUIU ofcostumes
costumes custuuiesvunl worn fur the uciMVmti aced ioi and andthe andthe
the fact thai thee were made spechilly spec specially ClccI ¬
hilly for ur the I C < lonial Hall Hit II Bleaks yemtksy open ks
b bA i iAs
y shiedly tvskithlyAs
As A one tutored tnt rld the Ljceum L ClUIU they thf thflr thrvhere j jerOfrteted
here erOfrteted lr greeted rceltd by h Grneral rulral Vuhiug 118tutgtuu Vuhiugton u 1 1tuu i
tuu Plr Mr P I C Kelly KlH who did dlilluill dlilluilljuuce lull lulljustice LullJ
J justice uuee lj his hi pan and Lul Lathe > e Maltha MalthaWashington llo 1 n tha tha1Vahumgtuu h I IU I
Washington U IHu tun Alra lr N It JiouLn JiouLnwlut HcHrI lI iitvIo I Iwlu
wlut easily taiI eac ily divi Uivilcd Icti the lion huersritIi huersritIiGeneral rs willi ith ithGeneral I IGtllcral
General Wahingion Wu hillglO in welcoming welcomingthe cllulllingthe
the gu guests t of If the night making pret pretty lrclty pretty ¬
ty courtesies and soon on the hum and andlaughter amilaughter andlaughter
laughter which presages a delightful delightfulsocial Ilclightfulsueinl delightfulsocial
social event could readily r dily be heard heardat
at all II parts of the hall Amidst this
happy hum and laughter
Ceremonies Edwin R Hopkins gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the signal to form in readiness for forthe furthe forthe
the grand march and the memorable memorableevent
event had started Headed Helld ll iy by May Mayor lln llnor ¬
or Borden and General Gem ral and Ludyc LudycWashington LulyeWashington ule I
Washington u 1 u hlllgtUII the body of u f fu dancerssoon dancers dancerssoon dUllcersK
let letters j letters t ttent ¬
soon K > on followed and described d cribed the
ters U S which was Wl executed exccut d most mostclearly mustclel1ry mostclearly
clearly and received the approval of ofthe uftbe ofthe
the onlookers onooker s J of whom there was wasquite ryasquite u uluil
quite luil a 1 large number numberFrom numberrom numberFruni
From rom the grand march the lovers loversof luverof loversof
of the light iantastic gave > themselves themselvesover thCIll5tl1over is isover
over to that pleasure pl a ure and seeiued to toenjoy toenjo toenjoy
enjoy the opportunity to the fullest fullestThe fulletfhe fullestflue
The program of the dances was as asfollows II IIfollow8 asI
I follows
I 1 Grand March 2 Waltz WaltzQuadrille a aI 3Quadrille
I Quadrille 4 Two Step tep 5 Lancers LancersG
G t Polka 7 Waltz 8 Two Step t p in ¬
termission 9 Waltz 10 Quadrille
11 Two Step 12 Lancers 13 Waltz alt1 alt1H
11 Iulka 15 Waltz p pIteel 16 Virginia VirginiaReel VirgirHtlH
Reel H Iteel1Vhile I
ReelWhile
While the Virginia Reel was Inprogress In Inprogress IIIpnKress
progress an alarm of fire sounded at
1145 oclock and several members membersof
of the are flr department left the hall to toanswer toanswer toanswer
answer the summons showing thatduty that thatduty thatduty
duty was first in their minds mindsThe mindilhe mindsThe
The following is a list of those th e in inattendance inattendance inattendance
attendance in costume appropriate appropriatefor
for the occasion occasionMesdames occasionMesdames occasionMesdames
Mesdames Brady Simmons P C CKelly CKeU CKelly
Kelly KeU D P Mularkey Theo Waas WaasRobert NaasRambert VaasHitbert
Robert Carleton P S Bacon J J
Kelly Misses Mi Alice Preston Annie AnnieWeimar AnnieWeimar AnnieWeitnar
Weimar Oveida and Nellie Kinnard KinnardRena KinnardRena KinnardRena
Rena Waas Wa V as Beth and Edith Haile 1IaileDallas HaileDallas HalleDallas
Dallas Jones Harry Lasserre Mil Mildred MiIdied MilDred ¬
dred Downs Mildred Morse Amelia AmeliaArmstrong AmeliaA AmeliaArunstrongp
Arunstrongp Armstrong A HuVda Cumlander Cuin1 nder AliceHall Alice AliceHall Alicefill
Hall fill and Mina Kate Batishauaer of ofJacksonville ofJlcksonvUle ofJacksonville
Jacksonville JacksonvilleThe
The gentleman who attended andtore and andwore andco
wore tore co costumes tumes of colonial days were wereI
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D 1 P Mularkey Iularkt Raymond and andRalph a ualltaiplu 11I1 11I1ltallh
Ralph ltallh Wolff Vult Dave 1artin John l Ptr PtrII IaruitItre ir irtiidge
tiidge II itl t J A Floyd F cI Gunnar nnll1r lohan lohansen oohuaen
sen ln Harry Harr Johnson Louis Klarer KlarerJohn jlartrJ l Ltrrr LtrrrJthi
John J 1l1a1 P I Ferreira and Leo Manury ManuryLittle lIIIUI laimtvLittle
Little iIiss1imeo Miss lIi = Theo Waits dresed Ilrl l11 torepresent to
represent George Washington Wtt = hilltnn clotlug clot
lug in hatchet and all readily tlltt ily carried carriedoff eIrr carritylo11 tcI
off the prize of the evening eveiing VCll i and by byherquainlness hyhlr h J Jher
herquainlness her won the admiration admirationof olI olIof
of ali allThe aliThe aliThe
The Ladies Cemetery Association Associationis A l atioll
is 4e 4eerving q erving n the success it attained amaintdH
H hhij ens en IIS lainment and the News NewsRecord NewsItecord lWS lWSI
Record wishes that affairs of If their theirin IIllirin theirst
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in the future will be as It succcs sticresful fat to tothem hii hithem tothem
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them as was a this one both from a asocial IIucial acial
social cial and financial standpoint staudpuintCARD standpointCARD tltllllpllintCARD
CARD OF APPRECIATION APPRECIATIONThe
The > Ladies > S Cemetery elUeter Association Associationextend A Assuci = OCII + tticn tticnextend t ln lnI
I extend very er herrty herrt thanks to all tho thofrieiitlr thofriend limofricud4rwlo
fricud4rwlo friend who re responded so graciously graciouslyanil hnteioti mciouI mciouIHlIII iy iyand
anil participated ci in making lIIal in the ball balla
a grand nd social and financial success successespecially1 successe UlCl UlClCplCillll
et etthe especially1 e iallY to Mr Edwin i Hopkins Hopkinsthe 1
I the efficient llior manager and andMessrs UllltI amidMessrs
I Messrs 1CJi John Uolden l Louis otiis Klarer Kiarerunto Klarerand
I and Ed Murphy lurph Yp who whohelped decorated and andhelped alllihelped
helped in every way lI to make lIIal e a suc success success U UCCIi ¬
cess of our entertainment to Messrs MessrsA
A A5 S Allen W J Courier ami uUlIB NB N NB
Bros Brosfor Un Unfur r rfor
B Borden fur flags Mularkey
for the generous loan of bunting buntingMann buntingMain
1 Mann Swain for dishes and last
but nut least to the NewaRecord for formany furmany formany
many kind favors
> Verysincerely VerysincerelyMrs VlrY inlCrcl inlCrclMrs
Mrs P 1 it BKADV PreshkitMrs President PresidentMrs
Mrs G WOOD Vice1res Vice1resMrs VicelrcsMr
Mr W V T 1 WAAS W AA8 Tcewurer TcewurerMrs 1cc rreaiurerhors urer urerlIr
Mrs J J11Cra4yt J KK4Yt 11I S SA 4Vreti r i in ry 4 4A
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A lar large e number > r ol Irieiula of Miss i1b8IHe Missllae
Mae IHe Scott unkrfjired last Thursday Thursdayevening IIwrdthtye r re
evening e lIin to surprise her at her home homettfttr homeafter
after her lal hthurs ors at the potoffice were wereover re reuvcr
over overThey uvcrJIII overTim
They JIII y iissemhled all in the yard rsl to therear the therear thtriI
rear of If her houii homg and made prepara preparations preparations prepurattions ¬
tions for an oyster lIr roast The poputar popu popular popuLII ¬
t
tar young uun lady hltJ arrived in due time timeand timearlll timehouse
and on approaching the house ht use was wasquite vasi vasquite
i quite aiurtned d to notice the flames in intne intile inthe
tile r rear ar of it and believing it a afire afireI afirebethought 11 re rebethought
bethought I thou hl herself of sending in an
alarm but first exam examine exulIIi examine ¬
ine i ne the extent of theft the ft fire ro r Imagine ImagineMiss ImaIneMii IumaiueMies
Miss Sott S oils surprise e on arriving al atthe althe IIIthe
the rear of the house hou e to find the yard yardcontained yardclllitaiuctl yardcoutaiuicd
contained almost all her friends and andthat andthat
that an oyster o ter roast was in preparation prepara preparation ¬
tion On inquiring she was informed informedthat
that the roast roa t was in her honor honorQuietly honorQuietly
Quietly Miss Scott It related her earlier earlierfears carlierftars earlierft
ft fears ars much to the amusement of her hermany herfritIIlI herniany
many friends The oyster roast roa roastvae roastvaea t was wasu wa waII
u success u tt and a most enjoyable affair affairTime
Thcahtrm Time almirmn was not turned turn d in but theoysters the theoysters theo
oysters o ten were
BOATING PARTY PARTYOne PARTYOne PAR TY TYOne
One of those quiet and select par partiei partici parties
ties that occasionally take pities was wasin wasin wasin
in evidence on Saturday noon February Feb February February ¬
ruary 25th a who he Mr J B Snyder of ofAtlantic ofAthmtic ofAtlantic
Atlantic avenue 11 invited a number
of his hi friends to accompanj himself himselfand hirn hirnallt >
and allt witV tti ift on a boat ride on his launch launchto
to Dungeness Dun enCiS and picnic there for the theafternoon theaftcrnoon theafternoon
afternoon afternoonThe
The party consisting of Mrs W WT wr WT
T r Haile and daughters dau hte the Misses MlsjesBeth lIls lIlsBeth MissesBeth
Beth and Edith Misses ltli Dallas Jones JonesKate JonesKate JonesKate
Kate Mickler Birdie Wood GraceSnyder Grace GraceSnyder Gracellyder
Snyder all enjoyed both the ride and andpicnic andpicnic andpicn1ic
picnic returning to Feruandina about aboutfive aboutfive aboutfive
five oclock in the evening having havinghad
had a most I ost enjoyable time timeCARD timeD timeCARD
CARD IF THANKS THANKSMr i iMr
Mr and Mrs P C Marcuin M Marcumsire cu cusire de desire ¬
sire to show sho their heartfelt thatiktifor thatiktiforthe thanks for forthe forthe
the kindness kindn extended them in theirrecent their theirrecent theirrecent
recent loss I by fire of their home homeanlt homeanltbtonli and andbelongings andbelongings
belongings belongingsDR btonli nKS nKSDlt
DR LYNWOOD LY LYti WOOI Q9P L I EVANS EVANSDENTIST fYNIJEtTI8T EV EVLENTIST
DENTIST IJEtTI8TSWJ8 LENTISTSwans
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