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: January 14, 1921
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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 )
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: VID00024
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I $1.50 A YEAR



AND FERNANDINA NEWS-RECORD-Consolidated December 15, 1921



Meliang Last Thrsday Even-
l-g Was a Great Evest-
pe Was Served.

0. D. Bruce Chapter No. 56 and
Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. and A.
M., held their annual insmtllUtion
ceremonies Thursday evening in
the Masonic HalL The lodge
room never looked more beauti-
ful than on this occasion. Quant-
ities of palms and plants, forming
at intervals great clusters and
bowers of greenery, the effect be-
ing highly artistic. Masses of
ferns, intermingled with cut fow-
en, adorned the stations of the
various officers. The one at the
presiding officer's station was es-
pecially artistic. A beautiful bas-
ket of crimson roses, with trailing
ferns, and suspended over this
was the Masonic and Eastern Star
Pat-master Louis Goldstein
called the meeting to order, and
after announcing its purpose,
gave the welcoming address to
the members of the Eastern Star,
which was responded to by the
Worthy Matron, Mrs. Estelle T.
The meeting was heralded with
a beetiful prayer by Rev. J. W.
Bleker. Past Master Goldstein,
-as inwtuinr officer, assisted by
Judge ILH. J. Baker as conductor
of ceremonies, installed for the
e W g year the following officers
qa l Lodge. j

D. H. Ground is Made
Chairman County Corns.

D. H. Ground, of Fernandina,
County Commissioner from Dis-
trict No. I, was elected chairman
of the Board of Cputy Commis-
sioners at the regular meeting
held Wednlday. In the selection
of Mr. %*nd as chairman, the
board acted wisely, as he is a
competent business man. The
new chairman made a short
speech of acceptance after the
vote was taken, in which he stat-
ed that he wanted the ensuing
'two years to be a business ad-
ministration for Nassau county.
His remarks were timely. The
new hoard then went after busi-
ness in a way that shows that
Nassau county is to have a quintet
of county officials in the board
that will look after matters in a
manner that will be entirely satis.
factory to the people and greatly
to their advantage.
Mr. Ground asked that the
rules be waived and that the first
official act of the new Board of
County Commissioners of Nassau
county, at their meeting January
12th, 1921. was to pass the follow-
ing resolution:
RESOLVED, That the policy of
this Board of County Commis-
sioners is to handle the affairs of
Nassau county on a business
basis. We have no 'political
friends to reward, and no enemies
to punish. We shall endeavor to
give the taxpayers full value for
whatever moneys are expended ~
under our jurisdiction. The I-
cords of this board are Olto
the public at all times, an:d4i-.w

Valuable Piece of Fer- Many Large Vessels
nandina Property Sold' In and Out This Port

A deal was consumated Satur-1 The U. S. Shipping Board
day between John S. Bryant, of Stean1hiip West Compo, Captain
Lakewood, N. J., and Everett O'Brien, arrived Friday, Dec. 7th.
Mizell, president of the First from Norfolk, and finished taking
Nta Bank of Fenai :on, a part cargo of phosphate
National .Bank of Fernandina, Tuesday. The West Compo has
whereby the former became the visited this port before and is
owner of the old Palmer estate; managed and operated by the
on the Amelia Beatlroad, which Strachan Shipping Co.
is considered one of the most de-, .t U U S. .ShiPP. a
.iSteamsllip Schenectady, Captain
sirable pieces of property in Fer- Lloyd, arrived Friday evening
nandina. The deal was made from N rfolk and is now loading
through Haile & Ferrerria, local a cargo of phosphate at the Sea-
real estate dealers, who have been board Terminals. The Schenec-
making many deals of late. Mir. tay is a regular visitor here. hav-
_-".' :.." .. lug made several trips to this
Bryant is a retired railroad attor- Te Steverachan Shipping Co. this
ney, and will remodel and reno- n Tges and operates for the
vate his purchase and make a ienectady.
winter home out of it. Ihe schooner Marguerite M.
Hale & Ferrerria have within k emyss sailed Saturday for Kil
fe_ -,;, w cl dante kjny, Ga., where she will load a
the past few days closed anotherlc. of lumber for New York.
deal between IH. L Gantz and She was in tow of the tug Inca, of
Sallie L Haile, Mr. Gantz buying Brunswick.
an ideal 24-acre farm at Ameli The steamship Youngstown
City. They have also sold four shifted Monday from the Sea-
houses to colored inhabitants in board terminals to the Florida
the colored section of the city. 1 Terminal Co's. terminals.

merican Legion
Smoker Mondai





I'll sa:
tion e
and s
men d
of ho
the H
your l
of the
the tin
was s
Gus w
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by all
ed" (
and i

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1L .Swetih,,, W-..,t hottA asetions of Nassau will IN
Dr. L McMurray, J. W., county. Signed- more
Fred Winton, Secy.,. SHA Dist. o. ', servi
W.A. Barefoot, S. D, D.H. GRO ND, Dist. No. 2, A
W. C Simo J.D. M. J. WILDS, Dist No. 3, signed
W C. Simmokns J.D., S.C. BRADDOCK, Dist. No. 4, er, w
Roy Hildreth, J. J. R. BRADDOCK, Dist. No. 5. of th,
Ro. Cassidyth, Chaplin. When the board adjourned for of th
J. 0.Cs id nTthe noon hour, Messrs. Ground TL, a suit
uel Beno, r. and Shave invited tl othermeHat Smiles Tht Radiate Th
Mrs. Mae V. Goldstein, Past be-s, together with the clerk, G.- -stsme
Worthy Matronacted as install- s, to dine withthem at Becom ing Effective Fashion Po
ing officer for the Stars, assisted the Keystone, where Host Simon Griff
by Miss Myrtie Baker, Past Worthy had an excellent dinner prepared i
Matron, who acted as marshall for them at a table especially ar- 1 Klan
The ceremony was very beautiful g for them. It isn't ne Po
and' impressive, and much credit sary tb add that the board fared Wes
is due Mr. Goldstein and misswell, as everyone fares well at the PQ
Baker for the graceful and effee- Keystone. ( ders
tive manner in which they per-
formed their duties. .p
Officers installed were: Illcit StlCaptured n U I
Mrs. S. M. Black, W. M, the City Wednesday r Lu
Mr. S. H. Swearingen, W. P, A-m HVal I e ,e CLue
Mrs. Christina King, A. M., Frank Armstrong, colored, w# s -A*.ric rsDign ifiedCl *v r Hats rsr
Miss Beulah Beugnet, Cond., arrested Wednesday by Depu ty Am e c I a S Digntied .lever datz d
Mrs. LeotaVSwcaaiingei A. C, Sheriff C. C. Jones on a charge o Particulary Smart and Pleasing, It
Mrs. Mae V. Goidstein, Secty., operating an elicit whiskey rstilL Stron Ten d- Ig
Mr. H. C. King. Tress., He was tried before County Ji geThoroughbred Strong-Style Tend-on
Mrs. Mary E. Scott, Chaplain, J. B. Stewart and fined 5orI j and. the
Mrs. Edna Boothe, Ada, costs or 4 months in the gang. ency the
Mrs. Eummie Pbill Ruth, His still, which is in the S teriff's ot w
Miss Myrtie Baker, Esther, office, had a capacity of a) mout 10 That W in InStant Recognition owh
Mrs. Minnie Homage, Martha. pgous. *oo *-` rif .
.. O Tremendous Variety, Price Surpris- not
Mrs. Carrie Swearingen, Mar- Philip Sauls. of Callahbsn, was in *ng did
shall, town Tuesday. id thd
Mrs. Ira C. Klarer, Organist, *--- -- -t h Y t
Mrs. Alice Miller, Warden, ed in the center of the :room, dec- a VmUg IOU rom $1 to $the
Mr. W. A. Barefoot. Sentinel, orated with cut flowers, where a Le
In behalf of the chapter, Mrs. delicious supperwasserrv con- On Y our H at, fo.n
Edna Boothe presented the re- ssting of baked turkey and dress- Yo
tiring Worthy Matron, Mrs. Es- inL salads, cranberry sauce, sand- itto
tele Rogers, with a beautiful Past wims celery, olives coffee, Neo- $4 $5, $6, and $8. and
Matron's Jewel. She was also. polite ice cream and ake. poo
presented with an arm bouquet of Mr. J. O. Cassidy, as toastmas-. W north a Half M ore.
carnations as a token of love from ter, called on Rev. Mr. Bleker for get
the daughter to the moter. They:the blessing, after which every- 4gT". 1 V ,i-. U 4 CC me
were presented with beautiful body proceeded to -enjoy them- 1 ruly Y etLer H at Shops, *o
words and responded to in a hap. selves. The toastmaster proved A ad Theater oth St. i
Pr manner. himself capable of his position, ;-Ar<;a e S uWt r'Ulyin tu .
After speeches were made by and in his witty way, called on NO. 11 M ain St. Near Bay St.,
the newly installed Matron and Imany of the fair Stars who were. S St., N' tWar ,
Patroa and other officers and equal to the occasion, and the re- ',Ma II and Unimon Sts., "Yetter Bldg.
members, the meetings was Called.....w were full o f mwn m..'. A ** -... ._aa* r




I ight

;, it was some f buddy:
y it was.
Monday night, Jan. Oth, the
ican Legion install its new
rs for 1921 and fol Redthis
mony with a turk supPer
d informally. Th installa-
exercises were v simple
short, but the s was
ous and long, if the
er in which these -service
devoured turkey is sample
)w they fought, wonder
lun decided to -t The
r was reminiscent f army
principally by coarast, for
Uncle Sam never di serve a
like this one. There were
wo things that reminded one
e olden days, and tfey were
in cups in which e coffee
served, and Gus smith, the
an cook of Uncle Sai's Navy.
was in rare form, and while
ill retains some of those
boiled" qualities possessed
army and navy cooks, he is
becoming more human.
ch has been written about
I boiled" officers, "hard
I" sergeants and "hard boil-
corporals, but the greatest
nets in the American army
navy were the cooks. In
sphere they were absolutely
me and the average enlisted
was much more afraid of the
than he was of the colonel,
n all probability, the cooks
ore to win the war than the
els did. Some day a more
hy pen than min will tell
Gus Smith and e other
did in, the later, and
I the -a~ s Af
ot suffer in theelling, and a
general appreciation of their
ce will be felt
beautifullyy engraved cha ter,
d by the National Coinnand-
as displayed for the benefit
e members and the secretary
e Post was ordered to secure
table frafie for the charter.
ie following officers were in-
ed for the ensuing year:
st Commander-Malcolm L
ice Commander-John J.-
rdi AdiA; 4_ A,, ,..A.-oB. R



Capitalists With Big Interests
at F randina Spend Two
Days in the City Looking

Messrs. Strachan and Arm-
strong, of Savannah, Ga., and
Camp and Jewett, of Ocala, arriv-
ed in Fernandina Friday of last
week aboard their private steam
yacht to inspect the large phos-
phate drying plant and elevator (of
the Florida Terminal Co., in which
these gentlemen are interested.
Inasmuch as a coaling station
here has been talked of, and
as Messrs. Camp and Jewett are
connected with the coal concern
of Jewett, Bigelow & Brooks, it is
probable that the trip here was
for the purpose of getting a line
on things for the location of a
coaling station here for steam-
ships in the very near future. The
party remained in Fernandina un-
til Saturday. They were well
pleased with Fernandina and the
outlook here.
Jacksonville People
Have a Little Fun

A man and woman, giving their
address as Jacksonville, and their
names as Oscar Silcox and Gil:d s
Love, motored over to Fernamnlinis
late Saturday night, or early Sun-
e day morning, and after enjoying
themselves at the Casino, broke
several window sash out of the
r building, and glasses in many
othersiot.p bly tlinkine.thebuild-
fing was uninhabited. It wasn't
however, and T. D. Sibley, who
looks after it for the city, came to
the city and notified Deputy
Sheriff C. C. Jones, who in comp-
any with Frank Siirrency, went
out to the beach and brought the
merry-makers to town and lodged
them in jaiL Judge Stewart re-
leased the cauple on bonds of
$200.00 each for their appearance
before him yesterday-Thursday.
It is said that too much joy water
is responsible for their difficulty.
Honoring Mrs. Upchurch

t UbL-ro Ii The young ladie.'of the Mission-
st Financed o ocer-S.F ary Society of the Methodist
on. church entertained at tea Wed-
Dst Chapain-L L Bunker nesday afternoon from 4 till 5
st Historian-L-e B urr o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. R.
st Historan-Leroy McMur-
Lynn, complimenting Mrs. F. D.
rgeant at Arms--J. U.T Rf U.pchurch, a late bride.
antatArmsJ.The parlor and drawing room
OnsO.... ..s Co I mal, were opened in suite and decora-
onso Missorne ed with palms, ferns and cut

was a most enjoyable evefl flowers.
an t mmobtenroyable ev" Receiving in the living room
awd the Members of the ci were the vice president of the so-
wservice rep ent, appreho city, Mrs. J. R. Lynn; the guest
mrice rendered by those- 'ho of honor, Mrs. F. 1). Upchurch;
upthe supper and thank tho.e Mrs. D. A. Partin and Mrs. Paul
Served it. A goodly number ndall.
region men were present, bu Throughout th e afternoon a
a many a should have beent salad course was served in the
not let the other fellows do&a,(ining room. Pouring tea the
tet the other feow fir half hour was Mrs. F. C.
fihng. Surely you are nton; the second half hour,
ng to let the other fellow d" i Myrtie Baker. All the
oo be ,her f.Nliss Myrtie Baker. All the
work now. The AmnriI" young ladies of the society assist-
Zon is going to be the great( n the serving.
e in the civic ife of in the serving.
Can't hrIP The affair was most informal,
S t o it, but you can d during the evening more than
1 to osoon become thegraes fortv People called. Those in-
Sto soon become the att vited were the members of the
wer for good government a nWoan's Missionary Society of
d citizenship in the land.,ti the Methodist Church, and pros-
Ttother., lets attend all the ive members for the Young
things and let's make our es' Missionary Society and
tone of thebestinthecountrd l W. _A. Davis, sister-in-law of
o s tI Attention; Forwait. bride.
c* c I The honoree was given a
Woman's Club broh, which was presented by
_i rs Jack Hardee.
The .r.pion.I -ins th l During the month of January

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__ Sale o



in Tailor-made Suits--But See Them Quick

Women's ho h and low
top dress pay, brown 3 0
and bluck sadlowM heels. T ,y were $6., ,
$7.0 sad only a few pair of each size left.
If you can yovwumber, its a bargain at $3.85.

$10t., $12. and $16.* shoes of o $ F0
very finest glazed kid stock, with tJo ]
nice hand turned soles. Some black and brown,
mostly gray, but can be easily made black, land
they are some values. You'll never believe we
are doing it until you see them at $5.00.

All children's shoes reduced to clean $1.N
our shelves before our new spring stock g195
arrives. You can find a shoe at your $2.45
own price. Now all we ask is the cash. 3.45

Men's S+ Tailored to Measure, Fit Guaranteed, For $27.50, $32.50, $37.50, $42.50, $47.50






6M quickly relieves a cold.
Pay your subscription now.
A few doses 666 break a cold.
G. C. Burgess visited Jackson-
vile yesterday.
6M6 breaks a cold quicker than
any remedy we knew.
Up-to-date, comfortable, fitting
trusses in all sizes at Suhrer's.
Rub-My-Tism Cures Bruises
Cuts, Burns, Sores, Tetter, etc.
Pure strained honey in sealed
bottles at Suhrer's drug store.
Phone us the news. Call No.
40 when you have anything to

Hot water bottles to
feet these cold nights.
at Suhrer's drug store.

warm the
All grades

FOR SALE--One Jersey cow
and two Jersey heifers for sale at
a bargain. E. L JONES,
Callahan, Florida.
J. R. Burgess and wife, of Jack-
sonville, spent Sunday here, the
guests of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Burgess.
FARM WANTED-1 want to
hear from party having farm for
sale. Give price and description.
B. B. Howard, Champaign, li-

J. T. Sr Elected
Of School Board

J. waringe, member of
the of Public Intruction
fro maepanijna district, was
elected r of the board at
the regular meeting held on Wed-
nesday. Mr. Swearingen has
served in this capacity before and
dispatches business according
to Hoyle."

$15.n gray sad white
Kid Boots for womae for
the mian price of$5..-
Partin Shoe Co.


Any and a bils contracted by
W. J. Rutishauser, deceased
which have not been paid, I wi\
pay same if bills are forwarded
to me. E. J. Rutishauser,
201 Franklin St., Tampa, Fla.

j. J. N. Conner, of Callahan,
and Hilliard, owning a nice store
at each Place, was greeting his
friends at the county seat on
Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Yerger.,of
(BarneviUe, Ga., are visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Jas.
CaWkin. Mrs. E A. Stephens, of
AiL#t& Gs-a i AlNN -- --

itAu %A m---, came d own ond
FARM WANTED-Wanted to Tuesday for a short visit to her
hear from owner of farm or good sister.
land for sale worth the price ask-
ed. L C. JONES, Box 551, Oney, $2.85 $5.4 .Wo-
IlL O*s'sShoesale t Parta
Mr. and Mrs J. T. Fena rrmis S Co., d m e sae
left on Monday for Orlando, where -
they expect to spend several dys 0. Sanders returned Sunday
with the former's brother, J. C. rs Orlado. Gainesvie and
Ferrerris. j oing1 to the former city
J. Wilds, of Chestero, or il 0" of we* to attend
many years a member of th_'etiofe I .othe
Boad of County Commio esw larC 01CAy C Cwhich he
and who was elected at the haret se' S local. Mr. Sanders
general ee from the tid port profitable and pleasant
distri, was greeting his.fkrIm r

Walter J. Rptishauser Work on Big Elevator
Progressing Nicely
Funeral se s of Walter J. --
Rutishauser, wh died suddenly The work of covering the giant
in St Augustine Ilay, were held steel phosphate elevator and dry-
Saturday at 2 j. m. in this city. ing plant of the Florida Terminal
Mr. Rutishauser was born and Co. is progressing nicely, and it is
reared in Fernandina and was said that this monster plant will
loved by everyone for his good in operation by April Ist.
and cheerful disposition. The ith this plant in operation and a
fletoMOffeqgs were many and ling and oiling station located
beautiful,i4Owjn the high h re, Fernandina will e one of
in w"ilE v "yo0 e greatest ports in the United
teem in whi the young man w states.
held. The body was accompanied ...
to its last resting place by hosts ,.. Daietant Co rh I

of sorrowing relatives and friend:
of Jacksonville and Fernindin.
The interment was made at Bosque
Bello cemetery. Dr. Eugene Dan-
iel, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, conducted the service.
The pallbearers were chosen from
his school chums and were: Wal-
ter J. Courter, Fritz Hobien, L A.1
Klaus, Leo F. Manucy, Ira Hardee
and John Ferriera. The deceased
is survived by his father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rutis-
hauser; a sister, Jennie, and liis
brother, Clements, all of Fernan-
dina, and a brother. E. J. Rutis-
hauser, of Tampa, and another
sister, Miss Katie Rutishauser, of

A Strong Witness
NatchesM. M-.-"The bt mre
a-e I av *ever used In my home
are Dr. Pierce's. We
hTave used the Gold-
m- Medical Discov-
aw ory' as a blood rmed-
L Ildr -- and as a tonic,
a lso for deel-seated
ak emoaLs and weak
huas, and it was
W "I always keep Dr.
p e's pleuaMat Pellet*s I my home
tor WOwhi needed. I hate givea
tm to my ch dres dies they wwe
qdle so&l They Ma be given with
amety to e t mellt child, owitg
to their Mei fMe e f rm any njuartas
&W T"Y reglao the temaeh.
ywe and bwele In a Und. t vy
effeetIvo "aW. I euamt speak too
ahly of Dr. Piers medciane.---
Ms. J. & GILERnT. 212 t Cn
vgi, tr*'" 1'1 'i-Iesr .
S. C. Braddock, of Hilliard, who
was elected in the November elec-
tion to represent the fourth dis.
trict as its County Commissioner
* A- A.-"eninrm fwn wa.- I

r. a ma elawWB S
Some years ago H. P. Burbage,
a student at law in Greenville, S..
C., had been troubled for a long
while with a persistent cough
which he says, "greatly alarmed
me, causing me to fear that I was
in the first stage of consumption."
Having seen Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy advertised he concluded
to try it. "I soon felt a remark-
able change and after using two
bottles of the small size was per-
manently cured."

$37. Men's Suits to
-easare.-Partin Shoe Co

To Advertisers

-ffective Jan. 1st, 1921, our ad-
vertising rates for display adver-
Stisin will be as follows:
Front page position, 25c per single
col. inch each insertion; on any
other page, 15c per inch. We
don't know what you have been
paying, but in future our rates
will be uniform-some will not be
paying one price and some

$5. WoUmen's $15. I
Shoes on sale.-Partin
Shoe Co.

F. C. Hillyer, of Washington,
D. C., after spending several days
here last week, left on Sunday for
Atlanta, Ga., where he held a
rate bearing for the Interstate
Commerce Commission, being as-
sociated with the coiaimosm in
als ...e..pi. n aj avminr.r Ief

In the Oircualt Curt Fourth Judicial
for Nassau 0 ty.
John P. J11,
Conplaant. vore.
Alice W ke BIIfI., l
I'efendant. |
in the damof thea Mtsa of ilortda:
To Alice Weeksl Klli-resdece auknowna:
Y o are hereby required to amr to the
iu of omplant led heretn a st you In
the fb*ove etltkd cUse. on or before the
d day of a A. 1, I s the amebeing
Rule Day i said month.
The Name County Loader ad FeM.
da insNows.Rcord Is hereby des tin ase n
tMenewmvaWisn which this order salJl be
pblse once a week for eight is),con.
Witi*t my hand am Clerk of said Onart.
and the sM of aid court, at t ttourt
001 of said County of Namu. in the Ciy
Of ferasn"Iiu, FVlorda. this 4th day of
JaUary A D..I i.
18eal of o0ry (I. C. BURGEII.
As Clerk of t be Circuit Eoonrt,
..o. NIISN u County. Florida
inktow for Coaplain-t.
In the Otret Court Fourth Judicial
Circuit, i and for Nassau
CountA Itate fFlorida.
Noble A. Hardee, John R. Hardee and Ira
W.iarde*. co-partners d.# ag business
under the finr anie and style of N. A.
Hardee Brothers, 'ompi nats.
l.fIt N. Chadwick. Jr, and Ktheb H.
'adwick. bhis wife. and James B. (iuve.
Jr.. *Defedaa.-Enforcemeat of .na.
*To Ja** B. Guese. Jr.. Bamberg,.outh
You Uaehereby required to apgera on the
7th day fe ry. A. D.. 3MI. to the bill
of oplaint Sled hei eisAgainst you by
Noble Hadee. John Hrdee and Ira
W. H dee, eo-Mpartners doing bustnes
Ider the arm name and style of A.
*Hard"* roiheor. I n the iruIt Court, la
and for su cuuaty, at ernandinsa
.tihe *am County Leader aMd reran-
dme Ne-I0Record is hereby desifted a
th n rpor in which thin ord ishal be
PualuIsed once each week for four secces.

NetaMce of At eation tor Tax Deed oWtI1* t y hand as Clerk and the seal
Unaer 57 of tue General of ail Court. thin 4th ay of January.
s taietm of fPorida. A. o. a .BURU.....
Notce I* hereby Oe that >' I :iIII" (l;erk of the i.reultit ourt, Naa
Pasr sT of TaS enrtinea te 13tedo Baker n a ty.Flo rlda.
t&e 5thdaya o AugoL. A. Is, ,L h.. a ker- ..Baker
B sd erleats my of?, a.1 n ors for comppinani.
"MR" SaPUeiaItto lo tax deol to "ie "I
asrdanee wutth law. asld e-rtifi',t<* -
bresthe ow descr pr.1 tu In tth tyJadWNasaMU
"-Te Ot .'e (II) t '"o Couty, Stat of lorld
., i Slel o Ii u.K 1'a n IureEstate.of
Tmsiw. A't. in theO* i i*tIyrr I a.aPr"tOn iL. iz. Deceased.f
nl sk oemriJnt ,, ID tli. n Of T or To all 'ereiio.. Legatees. Ilistribegeena"
PhlIi Jbas U a. Uissealdrti i .all All Peselo Having c iams or Dem ans
ermfsasaacM J,,l'It'I I AgaM Sam Eitfate:
tA Da thm n day ,, JK, n yTon, ad e ch of you. are hereby manoie
A D.,MB. ,-,I thIand r"qur1 to present any claims nm d.
Wttmi? my Sal signt ,l a,, a whch yoou, oreftbhr of qyes. jmay
th b day DeseUber. A DU.. hiar- bvoa it t-e estate of Preo i
atoi 4. C. Ba'.l". deceased. l ateofNuassoancunt.plia
are CourtNamsoun t. k." tothi anderit esecuatrizo ans" esta,
-Wtim tw r from the d atehere
.........Dat.... ed Casma IVa., e.. Ie"ft
No.1e. -UT c forr Tax D ERMILYS NIX
.adnr S aM575o tihe General L -d guMgi
Ibtute of Floida.
Neuw tI Sbre b* ,, that we.;:, In Conrt geofto county Judg.lA aau
Taylor. parelimseroZcertfit ste.C ity. ca at ,
d naosadthe of D July. A I'eA. .. cou tt eate. of w-
a Sod ani setiseat inmyoffJ'T* re All rodksor. LKegatee I, Itrs
has Md app*atbls fawr a deed 1 *' sad All P aoree Having LInMe or Do-
ta aegeis.ew Vt "law. gla-d criT.i."' me nd Aganst s ,ad Estat:
ebrad the fltew dt Mrlbed pr"IrI You. and ach of you. are h ere aeiNO
siteaedft Salant Couaty. Florida. to >1 ressqid to aresnty clanmsaM ~do-
The month hail41L%) aotlnumet mombered and d Whih youor eitherofrys. WoN"bet aem-lbe One Hundr 'J baveagastth estate of rt c4
fwick. de laty o t olCity u( I ki i ae
esed Mat t bh e assau coatyl. orietda. to ) the
tkkethe immmese Blsch bcertif.' ate "I LouIs ea. cblnd 7yrgleA. C0bawisk
them mee .9.Kelly. Unl.emss.5* ^" eUt f MsMamismae. withintwotyeas
Maom owl -be reason" tub:. 11) froun the daaatebremla



Men, here's your chance
of a life-time. We h d a
lot of odds and ends, most
all sizes, in black and
brown, high and low
shoes, values to $1.W so



When You Are Bilious
To promote a healthy action of
the liver and correct the disorders
caused by biliousness Chamber-
lain's Tablets are excellent. Try
them and see how quickly they
give you a relish for your food
and banish that dull stupid feeling.

is the Oircuit "rt Fourth Judicial
OicuM t. I d for Nassau
Oumty. ISta of Florida.
I& Ohameory.
56a1ard Hardware cl opSn.,
Scorporelom under the La wo ,r
the "ate of lo alda,
David N.Oladwiek, Jr.. and
Ethel H. Obadwik., hlt wife.
and JUamS B. 08, Jr.,
Entoreement ,f i Men.
To JameB Oe. Jr. Bamitri. southh
You amr hrebiy required to pp., r on ti
tk day of Few-rary, A. D rrit. ;, *11. t'1
i Oosaptlait flied herein agai-'i "'U 0by
8afdrd Hardware Comanv... .-rpor-
tiesO uder the law of the 8ta- of Flirria .
in the Cirmit, Court. In antd ftr NiaSU
ilosaty. a er-maM a, d lorlid. an.
The -ams CuQsty LeAler ;>nal Frfmiafl
dam NeWs Record Is hereby de.iiniu.t 1 w hieb this order ,l1al be
ou m.each week for frour .'es-
Wits my hand as clerk and b **h sa
f MM Courn, thtis th day of Janu Y. A. I-.
Cloauty Florida.
Baker & Baker.
Htolctors for Complainmit





'add sw bees 2.85
nearly sies, o odd.s a ends but re I
values you iteceon e, its cash now, at
.U85 va to t_"


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