Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
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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 17, 1922
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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 35 FERNANDINA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1922 NUMBER 16


FORMER TRAINS TO fIRE BRI FHR

BE RESTORED SOON PlliOF FERNANDINA

CITIZENS ASK THAT SEA- aE. F. FITCH ADDRESSED
WARD AIR L[NE, P -UBUSINESS MENS' LUNCH-


FERNANDINA JACKSON- The announcement of Judge EON ASSOCIATION.
VILLE TRAINS BACK ON George Couper Gibbs, of Jack-
OLD SCHEDULE. s le who is judge of the The third luncheon of the Fer-
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Flor- i Mn Ao-
ida ,appears in this is sue,_th naniida Business Mens' A ssoc-
da appears in this isue, the nation, served at the Keystone
Word has been received from judge being a candidate to s e. Hotel yesterday, was well at-
the Norfolk officials of the Sea- thimself.i a tended and .gre y enjoyed by
board Air Line Railway that This is the first political an- the land g-e ber of members
former train service betweeAn ouncement to appear in The present. ,
Fernandina and Jacksonville will Leader, candidates for the var- The principA speaker was E.
be restored as early as n.w time 'ous county offices to be filled F. Fitch. of Jacksonville vice
tables can be printed, whiC will at the June primary. being ex- president and eneal mana er
probably 'be on Sunday, March tremlnY slow to make th r in- f the Florida Terminal Co.,
26th. This means that the tentions known to the people. which concern erected phos-
morning train will leave Fernan- thile thiebis an off-year, po phate and coal terminals at Fer-
dina at 8:45 a. in. as heretofore, c eakig, still there are nandina last yea which cost ov-
operating direct to Jack ille many offices to be filled, as the er a million rs. Mr. Fitch



nenge adnexpar ,esis usiae. t nnmillioi t h mmnys T Mitica ,
and will return to Fernandina people will elect a United States who is upndubtedly in a position
at 12:30 p. i. whateverenator. State senator, two p to know and who is a former re-
the Sea bard officials htv. rees nativ, cor t udges r n- sid nt of Fernandina anr d a
claimed that tt operatiw of tenden of public instruction, great friend to this city. stated
these trains has been at a ldo me f county commissioners, that. the outlook for the port
on account of insufficient pas- three members of the school was anything but gloomy andf
senger and express businessboard an a supervisor of r that his company is anticipating
The merchants at opernandination. The State DRUG maticnd dheavyshipments of phosp wihate
ever ready to do whatever'is for Executive Committee has de- and coal in the near future. His,
the best interests of the city eed that iitjudges ru in address was well received.


secirculated a petition which sto the ---primary subject to appoint- John Armstr D. Simon, of Dmanager ofit,
all tMR.ey coPARK to throw business de Gibbs' announcemen dressed the meeting at the con-
to these trains in order to justi- elusion of Mr. Pitchts remarks
fy their continued operation. INVESTIGATING DRUG R and delighted his hearers with





The resumption of this tras inSMUGG Florida with a squad fectly good organization
Orlanveling March 14.-Mrs. o narcotic experts investigation. D. C., Mar. 13. the Keystone, is the father ofing
Park TrammIeth, 42. wife of rug smuggling in Fiorida and FERNANRDIN SHOOLREB
Pek Trammendi, the junior Unit- a Fedmberal Prohibitioreign Commis- the move for suchF an organiza-


ed States senator from Frida, the southern waters. This tion,- and judging from the at-
Sin a local hospitalwith a squad fet good orgbeianng sization.


Orlabnd, March 1-Mrd of narcotic experts invedp stigating nLvn
Park Tmmell, 42, f wifel e d trug smuggling in Flor ida and FERNANDINA SCHOOL


iPark Ta.me the junior nit- a number of foreign points in rad ee
ed States senator from F da the souther in waters. Thisof oin- arR B O aIrF Os arK-
died in a local hospital alaw enlt 11vestigationis Rresent-ham Nathanbeing supportedGk. The
onclock tonight, after an illne and aided by customs officials. First GradeMiriam Sa




rs. several week's dur ation. A number of i T. ideortnst ie omaPeterson, D. OA. Ptise
of AMr. Tramamellb wiae ted htve bee n d in F k dn Jr.zabeth Heryring.
scoour a wt e. othis water-n of the latfew it Swear ing. Ruth Humphreys
noonsmal c e m y res irof tood and Willhelmina uhrer
sicans announced that all. horae t in




n popa g e h Wesley Hill. of the Prohibition Second Grade-N. A.Molli Hardee.

s Virginia Darby she met t, in the interest o Fourth GMcDonald, Roco Mark-d Jones
ra Taaeed Senator Trammellw e mentr. lRepresent- ham Nathan Gluck. Theo
She had spent her entire e in i r departments Thomas, marine enty, oseer.

the time spent in Washington te-- ITR TN FC RE.
after Mr. r fammell was elected These following names are Jon es, Elizabeth Boring, Lan
sirkeElyiabrwihenton KroaPeB,
small child. The family resided of the l coditios in thatFrieda Swernge inen. Vest a reys,
iShe was wide known in all nand it is understood and Willhelmina Suhrer.



number of the state, having suggesterad thace Kelly president; L. Grade-Ola Freeman
smiccess full mnaged Senator A ader.son, vice-progress of Thetus Barefootna. Jessie Bowers.
Min VrginiaDarbyshent tmet. to oFourth Gradet-Edward Jones,





Tand married Senator TramP inomel ied manager Lo Das, oyd Boring. Thomas Shave,n
Shernor in 1912 he,< for senatorlife in treasure Ti t s Bertie Bowers. Nancy Ozmer.
the time sphere tromin Washington ten Cla-re nmr Te Waas I ree. C tS Me

afterMr. Trammell was elected b t Hobine ri J. K. HodLwta, Page Bus-ie --
mothe enate.Cl d Mrs h C Steil. Maurice Kell. C. PFrew- M material used: Two hmdre
iShe was widely known in and L nan rd Roux. Dan Nagel, feet of lumber, eight thousand





Mrs Gieore Phillips of this cit. Theresa Brown. Lillian Burneyt square yards of canas, tw
and one s brother T C Darb Billy Suherer, P.J. Me Aleavy, hundred and fifty nine gallon
Trammell' s campaign for gov- field manager: Louise DaviKellys, F of paint, six hundred and fift
ernothr insurv 91hid for senat-ivr int' Le Zisier. Will DavWhitn Staple- one kegs of nails, fifteen thou





lu916.e an uncle H. G. Darby,mmell and ton, Paul Messick, C. C. Reed and seven hundred and nine fe
came hent Mrs.m W. L. Spington Preliminary matches are be- of wire, scenario filled ten hur
both of Jacksonstavintlle, and cousK ing played off between the club volumes, workedover a year a
her husb M Darbher Miss Jessie members and te results wibrook.ll e a alf oduction the production, t.
arby Miss MaD" Darby. Mrs. published later, scene of the Lost City of Ousan
Thomas Sheridan and MLss d Rux. D Ngelhas fiveet of lumber, eight thousand people m ve
Louise Sheppard. likewise of MOONLIGHT PARTY AT of the camera at the same tim
Jacksonville HEATH,'S POINT MONDAY Five births and eight marriage
Funeral arrangements have l took place in the cast durg tl
not been made A very jolly crowd motored making ot the picture, cast
ove r to Mrs. Bertha Thiede's fifty thousand people, tot
\ LADIES' CEMETERY ASSN. home on Heath's Point Monday amount of film taken was 30
night. It being full moon, the 000 feet. Film cut to abo
The Ladies' emetery Assoc-!night was an ideal one for such twenty thousand feet. To
nation will meet with Mrs. F. W. an occasion. A splendid supper shown every Saturday night
Wood on .Monday afternoon, was enjoyed, as is always the the REX TH EATRE Fo


March 20t h, at 3:30. On ac- case at Mrs. Thiede's home. The chapters of six reels eacn
count of rainy weather the as- fctlowing were present: Mes- running at the downtown the
sociation did not have a meet- dames Rutishauser, Plum, Winm. tres in New York City. Shom
ing in February. S&bert. Estelle Rogers, Bessie in Fernandina before Jackso
Barnes. Emma Stiel, H. C. King, ville. Your chance to see son
0. E. S. TONIGHT HarrY Seagar. Kate Seibert, thing different. Don't miss t
Miss MSead Seibert, Billie Sei- first chapter-starts tomorrow
Orpha D. Bruce Chapter No. bert, and Messrs. Clark, Harry Saturday, March 18th.
55, 0. E. S.. meets tonight. All Seagar and Fred Fife.
members should attend. Your prized silks, laces,
50c Mary Garded, Djer Kiss, vets, gloves of all kinds, fan
A good investment in Torchon etc., powder filled powder puffs, shoes, ect., that are soiled
Laces for a nickel a yd. at Mu- only a ft .l4ft. 25c each at with car grease, Mufti i CI
9 12-1't m..... %-'w of 1. m,']Ft s,'


DUCHESSA ID AOSTA, ITWA
IAN LINER, IS LOAD-
ING 9000 TONS.


The Italian steamship Du-
chessa d' Aosta, which sailed
from Trieste on Feb. llth via
Gibraltar, arrived in port Mon-
day and is loading 9000 tons of
coal at the phosphate and coal
te As of the Florida Termi-
ndra r
The Duchessa d' Aosta is one
of the largest, if not the largest
,ship, ever to make this port.
She is 450 feet long and has a
crew of 76: She is a beautiful
vessel equipped for both freight
and passengers, is thoroughly
modern in every particular and
has been viewed by many local
people. The Strachan Shipping
Co.. agents.

NOTICE TO THE BUSINESS
MEN OF NASSAU COUNTY
I have furnished you with the
necessary tax return blanks and
requested that each of you make
your returns for 1922 now, as
the books will close April 1st. I
earnestly request that yur pro-
perty may be correctly anmesred
for 1922.
Trusting that I may have the
co-operation of every business
man in Nassau county, I am
Respectfully yours,
SS. H. SWEARINGEN,
Tax Assessor.
SPECIAL SERVICE AT THE
JRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A service o f ~ nuuail imt-a


CALKINS CANDIDATE

TO SUCCEED HIMSELF
0


In this inatpee there are two
existences, first the physical
which is embodied in a material
body and second the intellectual
body-love, sympathy, knowl-
edge-they have no physical
bodies. LMe God, of which they
are the atnbutes, they are in-
visible, iqtnible and ennomed
realities of. life. The Spirit of
man belongs to this order. Now,
how do you exist, how do you
live? There are various theo-
ries that the more we discuss
them the greater becomes the
confusion of the mind and the
principles over which we are
controveraing, so the sum-total
of the teachings of -all these
prophets this-Men should
concentrate their attention on
the amelioration of their in-
dividual lives here, laying a spir-
itual foundation so that when
they may acend into itother life
they may be equipped with the
proper provisions.


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will be held in the Presbyterian
church on Sunday evening. Mar. *
At 7:30. The


4"avor field cretary for iWV \
ida, a young man of forceful
character, who is consecrating
his splendid life to the service
of God in this work. He is a fine
speaker and has a message of
power and interest for young
and old alike. Lieutenant Curry
hardly needs an introduction to
a Fernandina audience, for he
has been with us before. He is
Florida's best loved Christian
Endeavorer, who has? for years
Been the leader of this organt-
zation in Florida, and a man
'who is loved by all who know
him for his splendid life and
Character. Both of these men
have a powerful Christian mes-
Ssage for Fernandina.
Every one is invited and no
Sone can afford to miss so helpful
and delightful an ocessiim
I Come out Sunday evening.
IST. AUGUSTINE BECAME
D i AMERICAN CITY JUST
100 YEARS AGO TODAY


D. c
di Srt. Augustine, March 14.- a
d Just one hundred years ago St. 2
d Augustine was recognized as an t
o American city, for on March 14, t
s 1822. it received its first char- s
y ter from the Legislative Terri-
s-torai Council, and it was the \
et first city in the state to receive i
ge that distinction. Other ehar- I
Id ter- were awarded in the order I
he named as follows: Pensacola, I
ir Fernandina, Aplachicola, Key ]
w West. Quincy, Magnolia, Ochee-
e. cee, Jacksonville.
es The bestowal of St. Augu-
he 1 stines's charter came shortly af-
of ter the change of flags, when
al* the Stars and Stripes were flung
0,. to the breezes, rather than the
ut banner of old Spain, which for
be so long floated over the oldest
at; city.
uri The information with regard
ow to the conferring of the city
a .charters comes from Robert
wn' Ranson of St. Augustine and
on- Pablo Beach, who obtained his
ie-! data from Judge Benjamin Har-
he prison of Jacksonville. It is un-
>w, derstood that Mr. Banson is one
of two men in the state who
knew where to locate the site of
rel- Oeheecee, an old town which few
icy people ever knew existed.
ven
ean The city council met on Wed-
needway night.


The Bahai revelation is not an
rganiition. The Bahai cause
an never be confined to an or-
rititon. The Bahai revea-
ion is the spirit o this age. It
s the essence of al the highest
deals of this century. The
Bahai cause is an inclusive
movement; the teachings of all
religions and societies are found
here. ChristuIns, Jews, Bud-
Ihists, MobhnmmAins, Zoroa-
strains, TheosophitA Free-
masons, Spiritualists, etc., find
heir highest aims in this cause.
Socialists and philosophers find
heir theories fully developed in
his revelation.
The cai of Baha '. a

were ive, in .mno-wn wit
the infancy of the human race.
The teachings of Baha'ollah
have the same basic principles,
but are according to the degree
of maturity of the world today
and the requirements of this
illumined age.
-ABDUL BAHA.


The Bahai revelation, which
had its rlae in Persia n the year
1844, today has become known
throughout the world. "It is
not so much a new religion as
Religion renewed and unified."
The unique movement for
social and spiritual recomsttre-
tion was first centered in a
radiant youth called the Bab,
whose mission it was to proclaim
the coming of a great world
messengers.-Adv.


The Woman's Miianary So-
iety of the Methodist church
met with Mrs. W. B. Baker Feb.
8th. It being social afternoon,
he time was spent in conversa-
ion and asking questions on our
study book, "Women and Mis-
ions." Mrs. C. J. Davis would
lave captured the prize if any
had been awarded, answering
the most questions. Nice re-
freshments were served by the
hostess, assisted by Mrs. GIG.
Hamilton.


WILP SELL SALADS


The Ladies' Se*ing Circle of
St. Michael's Catholic Church
will sell salads during the seas-
on Lent on Wednesday and Fri-
day afternoon from 4 o'clock in
Dr. Horsey's Drug Store. On
Friday afternoon shrimp salad
and white potato salad will be
on sale. On Wednesday after-
noon crab salad and shrimp sa-
lad.


The American Trust Co., of
Jacksonville, receivers for the
defunct Callahan State Bank,
have taken all the accounts to
Jacksonville. and wil handle the
collections fro that place. It
is said that the receivers will
make a desperate effort to close
out the business in a hurry.


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na.
Priscilla Beans-Nancy Oz-
mer.
San Porterman-Thos. Shave.
Lafayette-Clayton Hughes.
Columbus-Simon Flacks.
Chorus Elizabeth Swearin-
gen, Mildred and Van Swearin-
gen, *Marguerite Clark, Myrtle
Mizell, Margaret Roux, Esther
Messick, Frances Partridge.
This entertainment will be
given under the auspices of the
Young Woman's Missionary So-
ciety of the Methodist Church.
No admission charge; free will
offering.


W. M. S.
The ladies of the Baptist
church observed the week of
prayer in behalf of the Home
Mission Bod to stimulate
interest in 1 Seventy-Five
Million DollarCampaign. Mon-
day, March Oth, was the regular
monthly Mother's Meeting, Cir-
cle No. 2 rendering an interest-
ing and profitable program,
Mrs. Bunker in charge. Wed-
nesday, Circle No. I was in
charge, Mrs. Duncan, chairman,
conducting the meeting. Thurs-
day, Circle No. 2 took charge
gain, Mrs. Rhodes, president,
conducting the meeting. Friday
Mrs. J. Y. Purvis, chairman of
Circle No. 3, conducted clos-
ing service of the Week of Pray-
er. Mrs. Jennie Hughes,
Reporter.


The ladies of St. Michael's
Sewing Circle wish to announce
that on Wednesday and Friday
afternoons during Lent, they
will offer for sale at Horsey's
Drug Store various types of
Lenten salads-shrimp, crab.
potato, lobster, etc. Salads will
be offered for sale from 3 p. m.
every Wednesday and Friday
afternoon. The generous pat-
ronage of the public will be ap-
preciated.


PLANS A VIGOROUS CAM-
PAIGN IN RACE FOR THE
SENATE-HIS ITINERARY
TOUCHES ALL PARTS OF
THE COUNTY.

James E. Calkins returned to
Fernandina Tuesday f r o m
Washington, D. C., where he has
been for some time urging a re-
duction of traffic rates on Flor-
ida products before the Inter-
state Commerce Commission.
Saieator Calkins stated that
he would be a candidate to suc-
ceed himself in the State Senate
from Nassau county and that he
would wage a vigorous cam-
paign.
He stated he expects to begin
a speaking tour of the county at
Callahan at an early date and
would address the voters on dif-
ferent dates at Bryceville, Kent,
Crawford, Hilliard, Kings Ferry,
Lessie, Yulee and Fernandina.
He will speak at the court house
in Fernandina on the evening of
April 17th, the day circuit court
meets in this county. His speak-
ing engagements at other places
in the county will be announced
later.

ACROSS THE CONTI-
NENT IN THE STA-
TIONARY EXPRESS

A musical oddity in one act
will be given at the Keystone
Hotel March 17th, 8:30 p. m. by
a dozen or more of Fernandina's
younger set. If you need a good
laugh to make you feel better.
then do not miss this.
CAST.

JIe~h Farirwetu-Mt Davis.
iimmie Kidders Reiman
Roux.
Hi Strung-Paul Fodale.
Will L Holdup-Gunby Ozmer.
Hezekiah Pumpkin, Amanda
Pumpkin, bride and groom-
Mollie Hardee and Vesta Prew-
itt.
Marie Manhattan-Alice Da-


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SEcTLT IN ADVANCE

A smart boy is never as smart
as he thinks he is.
oo
Keeping up appearances keeps
nmany a man down.
The man with a weak chin of-
ten has a strong tongue.
It looks as if Germany has
even quit promising to pay. ,
00
Al baseball teams look good
about this season of the year.
Some men are noisy when
they eat: others when they
don't.
00
He is a wise weather prophet
who knows when winter is over.
Co
It is so unnecessary to tell a
bill collector to call again. He
win.


The man who makes
of things seldom goes
bad. .


the best
to the


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And marriage proves some-
times that two can ew as happy
as one. -
Why borrow trouble? Just
wait and you will have plenty of
your own.
The Golden Rule doesn't1
mean that you must do untold
others as you are done.
oo
A news item says jazz has in-
vaded France. Is that why Pre-
mier Briand resigned?
oo
baseball their natlonlt sport.
0o
General Pershing has declin-
ed a hero medal. Well, there are
some who don't need them.
A new pugilist is named Jaw-
son. The name would be more
appropriate for a senator.
We see by the papers that an-
other of those fellows who built
the first automobile has just
died.
Observance of thrift week
isn't worth much unless you
keep it up for the rest of the
year.
A peace loving husband will
brag about his wife's cooking,
even if he has to take dyspepsia
tablets.
00
There are times when one sus-
pects that Senator Borah had
rather be in the minority that
be right.
Some of the music heard at
weddings would be more appro.
private at funerals, don't you
think?
The treasury department has
wasted a lot of good white pa-
per in sending out all that thrift
propaganda.
A historian says women rul-
ed the world 2,500 years before
the birth of Christ. Ain't his-
tory grand?
Time may be money, as the
philosophers say, but a bank
generally wants its money when
a note is due.
oo
"The Story of Mankind" is
the title of a new book. If it is
true to its name it ought to be
suppressed.
Another fellow who claimed
that prohibition did not prohibit
has just died from dr;,ink;*
wood alcohol.
Does the world get better?
The old-time man chewed tobme-
co and the modern youth smokes
cigarettes.


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LvimotUs W PIuNZfI BU fd
ers alike. There is a hazy not
current that most failures cc
be prevented if it could just
known what caused them. H
is the desired information s
plied by the students th4
selves.
A similar investigation
conditions under any school P
tem would be valuable
should open the door to tim
and effective co-operation
tween the school and the hc
to reduce the preventable f
ures to the vanishing point.
THEY WASTED
In front of the great church
I in New York city for weeks p
there has been a bread line ev
night, fifteen hundred strc
Many in that bread line, tow
the ,nd of the war, were sek
ing $12 silk shirts and ask
the man in the shoe store if
didn't have something bel
than the $18 shoes.
This newspaper, along v
others. urged workers to r
ember that high pay would
last and to keep some of it.
Sooner or later, good tim
will come back. Then again t
and other newspapers will s
'Keep some of it." But alhr
there will be a rapid jump ft
silk shirts to the bread li
That is why a few people h
money and the great major
have tone.
Major Nicholson says
American army is now sffer
from "Prussnimism A" d
Ashville citizen observes t0
the Prussian army is now souf
ing from Americanism.
----.o---
The suggestion to make I
year consist of thirteen monu
is not meeting with favor. M
people think the first of t
months come too quickly now
-------O----
It is better. Billy Sund
says, to have a cheerful disp
ition than a pedigree that gc
back to the Mayflower. n
some people have neither.
o:
Debs was released from pr
on some months ago, but h
not as yet felt free to make a
speeches.


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nes minority party.
this The truth of the matter isG R AY
my, that neither political party h;,J G i V
Zys ever allowed the civil service law
.rm to stand in the way of any ap. TI M
e. pointment that was wanted for A W
ave political reasons.
ity The civil service law is of -,
practical use in assuring that
applicants have at least suf- Low and Cuban
the ficient techincal knowledge to
Sfill a particular job, but that is
the about as far as it goes.I
hat The necessary proficiency be-
er- ing shown, the balance depends
upon political pull, if there is P
competition as to the job. -PRICE-
the Most of us wish the law were
Uth admhttered differently, but it $ .OO 00
ewt is not, and never has been, and 5 60
thevat present there is no assurance
. that it ever will be. We had
just as well recognize a fact. $ o00 $8 .00
0..- NOTIC' OF RD m
tee-orlE or ago,
ouThe Board. 4f ',unity. Commusston.ms
Sassau County. 'Fla. iii rece"",-
bids. same to be filed with U. C. Bur.
gess. Clerk. Fernandlna. Fla.. by or
before April lit. 192% fur labor and
YS material .'ov'rang a.Jiti.,r.Jl winft Pans' *
fenders for protection -t_ Jraw bridge
acres what known as Kingsley II
-Creek or Amelia River. four milr T
Iny from Fernandlna. per plans and apeci- PI
fcations uon fl ik at the office of G. C
Bures e. Clerk. Fernandina. Fla. o Cut C mIs
STa Bare of County Commisione a


d"dal


,m -
There is room for honest d
ferenue;'pf opinifn over t
solkderW bonus matter.
Tiere are those who belie
tb.1t the men who served 1
eoWutry in the world war sho
be given some substantial rec
nation of .their services b:
grateful country, while th
are others who believe tha
man's first duty is to his cou
try, and that none of those w
did not suffer by reason
wounds or disease or accid
while in the line of duty sho
be paid anything more th
they have already received.
the people are agreed that t
country cannot do too much
those who were disabled while
the service.
But whatever one's ie
may be, all of us agree that
congress passes a bonus bil
should be because the memib
of congress honestly think
should be passed and
through hope of gaining vo
or fear of losing them.
A bonus given under si
circumstances would be wo
than no bonus at all. A boi
given under such circumstan
will be resented by those w
receive it.
The congressman who
aspects himself or his posit
will not consider or mJ uss
political effect of his vote,
rather the justness of the pr
sition before him. And the
service men will be pretty ha
to fool in the matter.
THE LAZY FAILURES
A questionnaire sent out
certain school -authorities
2,00 students who failed inc
or more subjects during
first school term revealed
fact that 77 per cent of the f
ures were due to laziness on
Part of the student or to lack
interest in the subject.
Ten per cent of the stude
questioned failed because
absence or illness. Only two
cent claimed unfairness on
part of the teachers. Of the
mining number some failed
answer, and others laid ti
failures to outside inter
which crowded the period
some study and distracted
mind in school. *
1_.t.. a comment on the.ca
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CROWING

if- l The Nassau County Leader is
disposed to crow over Jackson-
eve SPELLS ille a bit, and has a very good
the excuse for blowing the horn for
uld Fernandina in regard to its
og- phosphate loading plant. Men-
y a tioning the fact that Jackson-
ere *
t a ville had spoken rather well of
un- I the loading of a cargo of 3,785
rho tons of coal in thirty-nine hours
of and forty-five minutes, the
ent Leader says that the Norwegian
adI steamship Alfred Noble took on
an a cargo of 4,620 tons of phos-
All phate at the Fernandina phos-
the phate and coal terminals in
for eight hours and twenty-eight
e in minutes. The Leader adds that
While this is a record, the of-
Lws if .ficials of the terminal believe
ait C C VnM U the record can be lowered. It
STOBACCO j is sa'rel a very good record, and
s I.1 indicates a well-arranged and
r it Penn's spells quality. 'perfectly handled plant. Jack-
not Why? sonville is proud of Jher own
)tes ause- loading records, and also well
ch B isp air. pleased that her sister port is
h Penn' is paced i doing such remarkably fast
rse tight in the patented work. Florida Times-Union,
Bus new conm:amnr th. Tuesday, March 14th.
ees quukady i Sea!ld in.
So Penn's is always fresh THE WORTHY SPARROW
r -anentirely itew idea for
re- chewmg tobacco- A good many people hesitate
e Have vou ever really to teed the birds in winter be-
buthe u fe r y cause the sparrows will be the
but chvewcd fresh tc.bacco? most numerous dinner guests.
op- Buy Penn's tie next time. This is a mistake, say bird au-
ex- Try it. Notice the fine con- thorities, for the sparrow is not
ard edition. the unmitigated nuisance that
And after that, use fresh he is commonly proclaimed.
chewing tobacco Penn's. Sparrows may eat a little
/ y. grain or small fruit, but they
*y P,, r.e... will also eat quantities of weed
by ........ seeds and destroy innumerable
to insect pests which would work
onel much greater actual damage
the A CHAMPION EATER than the birds. The very fact
the that the sparrows are so numer-
ail- William Lee kept boasting ous makes their service in this
the that he could eat as much as any regard more valuable.
of man in Philadelphia, and Even if they- are noisy and
Michael Yaffe bet him $25 that dirty and common, they are
nts he couldn't. They went to a funny, and they are persistently
of restaurant to decide the ques- cheerful in spite of adversity.
per tion. When they have no food they
the William won, but after it was are just as hungry as if they
re- all over he couldn't get up from were as beautiful as peacocks
I to the table. He told the doctor, and as melodious as canaries.
heir who was called in, that he ate Why grudge them a few
ests a 12-pound turkey, 53 oysters, crumbs?
I of two pounds of pork chop, 12!
the eggs, two slices of ham, a large Pay your subscription now.
bee*tew, three loaves of bread .
luse 12 eu, of coffee Ad .......
6.Ih- eved him of the $25 that he e
iOn had won, and says he will get 1
iuld well. lxi
t be It was a monstrous meal, but
[ere Bill weighs 238 pounds and is
iup- six feet four inches tall in his
em- socks. |
A teaspoonful of wood alcohol,
of sold as real whiskey, would have pi,
ays- done him more harm than the pr t
and big meal, for if he had swallow-
ely ed it, the undertaker and not the O o d
be- doctor would have been sum- Xru
ome moned. X OS
ail- In gorging to win the bet, Bill ...
showed more sens than te .than te1
man who takes a chance with
bootleg liquor.


hg There has been a lot of tlk
ad about the integrity of the civil
ect- service law as applied to post- W J i I J
dng masterships and the 1ike. There
he has been such talk for a long wfi
tter time, and it hois up anew with
every change of the administra-
ith tion at Washington. It is a partiACK
em- of the political game. L A
not It is a fact, however, that the(
criticisms always come from th,* I I


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AGENTS


FOR =


FAIRBANKS SCALES AND TRUCKS
HUlBARD GAS ENGINES
CLAY GAS ENGINES
BUCK'S STOVES AND RANGES

Also, We Carry a Large Stock of
BUILDING MATERIAL
HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS


GET


OUR


PRICES


41


Write for Cash Price List


J. A.


WILLIAMS CO.


Wholesale Groceries


Hay, Grain, Feed and Provisions


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The Ke d ou Have A XTvs Bought, and which has bees
he for ever thirty years, hu borne the sinatare d
Sand hmb heen me uader hi per-
sonal aupervhlsa SOu1 oWh itnany.
Allow Bso oa to deceive you in thk.
MJ ConteIF, ImatloM ad "Jnat-as-god" nare but
per~lmes that triUe with and e aer the health a@
ard cadChAldren-RIrpere agalt bmterimm
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourself.
What is C ORIA
CWwaki k a harms mubatLter M Paeric,
Iuam ad Soothing Syrup It is Pe@mMt It c -tWm
mi Op2m, Mophine nor other nrcotic IPsubtam B
q 1B g uaratee. For ame thaM thirty year It kha
tf a aaaat use for the reUlict f C.dIatie, Flatulency,
Vhe tc and Darrhoea; aaytg Feveraa tkg

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CASTORIA ALWA





In Use or Over 30 Years

Et CaA. & MftrACQOPANY NSW VOM.


00 91
Now-that-we are affiewy as-


NASMV COUNTY PIMANDINAt FLOMA


A TREASURE to have a: sort of masonry among
ije niselves-who said "there is
A treasurr see.nis to have not enough money in the world
been developed in the realm of to make up for the price of a
modern womanhood in the per- womania who 'pays when she sells
son of Miss Gertrude Lgget. a her virtue."
California school teacher, who' The man destiny holds in
prefers to peg along in that pro- store as the husband of this Cal-
fession on the modest scale of ifornii. school teacher is going
the teachers' wage than .rini to secure :a treasure when he
distinction on the screen lby p'ib- mrries her.
lic exhibition of the proof that
she is "the most l.autifullv proi-' o, 4*K' n1T Ji IM-
portioned woman in the world .. ,. c v.... ,.,,,
She has stood firm againiit'st """
the approaches of many moving' ., .,,, antie..'" O atiuen
picture producers who have of- '"' ,, m:sv-te as Jude of tha
fWerd "ftbulou salaries," one giae e-de;,vured 'faithfully to fulfill
flit offer of $1Oo0.0) oon ar .,iy durl *and refpeeily u k nr
hAving been refused. P' 4.
More than that, Miss Egget
has given the theatre agencies
to understand that she is not, f ,E-
sale. She declares she intends
to keep herself "untarnished
from the world's gaze" 'for the
man she is to marry. "Hun
dreds" have sought her hand in!
marriage, but the man she has'
picked out has not yet called., i
Miss Egget admits that he' MY BOyV
has sought advice and the Niest
she got was from Agnes Souret. MONDAY AN TUESDAY
a Paris beauty-the "most beau-
tiful women in the world" seem MATINEE MONDAY




. The D. A. Kelly Company


















Friday. March 17. 1922


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


Page Three


LEGAL ADV ERTISEMENTS

.4PE"CIAI. DO.D ILE4Irl.% PR1CLAs-
MATIO.%.
1:1: IT KN4OWN halt 1. Illnton J.
Btaker. a.s Mayor of tihe ia toft Fernan-
dina. its tihe State : !'...ra1a. under the
pror\in.mo.ns of an as1,.1 ..ci. of the said
'it\ 1ofF 'Vrnandin.a, em iitli-. "-.u rl rdi-
snai.te IProudiljag foa Ihe I-:r Iae lof
I.otrnIl. of the Cit% .!- Perl-..t ailina, (n-
der the iProvisions ,-f all Act of the
I.**-i-dataire .It li.- State tor Florida.
':iiautled.l. *An Act to piProidie toi r their
I-es.Ue o, tlbsods by l ,. O'ilt lF'.-rnsan-
dlmi;,. tor Municipal niiit io'- .ilse tl"
Aulltorize said Cit. m., V.el.w, r l -rt.
T"l \.1tl0I 6 ll it h tll .i- il.-1 --#-" Taxa-
rIsort atoli t(o Asse.s jande 0tle-t TaTax"
1.-%1.i d Thlereon tI. said 4it)y.* ApproTw-
.**i .M.y .'tp. I *. andl tI Provide for the
P;st iiaeat Thereol." ;approved tI'ebruary
Its. 1I!22*. do herel.i call an election.to
I.** 1i lit on the Fourth day ol" April. A.
Ji Ntii-.-t-.n Ilundred andl Twenty-two.
aln -ith ,tirl il s ad 'itl. ul' Pernatn-
alim.i .a a list- ltolllP 'lg l '- atn ta'cat- ward
ei.-sc.it-l all It% a lilt- 4'e1.i ('C lUcnk il **1" isaid
4'it' ',r I st- |iirle<.- e sir cultnittiiKg.
ai :, slil eleat i i. tis tete Iu:ailhfitd regais-
a. re I vot.-Irs. ,fi < 'd e(t>( of I ernaun-
4isle:1. ilthe' rl'.aieliti> aie s1.1 id 4laty. who
*,V'. lral rt.iatle Itrlmrial :lind have paid
Ils-o,- tax-. tifr ithe- e.ar preceding. the
I.- *. saeild Ia. tl*- ('ity of i.ernan-dina.
:at> I.Oi V tl*eel for li -.al urdira'lmh cin-
lmimlalrretl anid iItlf ill numan-r. toe be
kilitl ass "t'lly of V'ernandilli.& u',sd-
inK a&sml ln>lpr,,Venient ( tonds." e:ath
tbnl ltl It.- air ili e o detlainimlati eol of lilne
ThI,.-tsmaiil I )*llar-.. I $l a). .agiregatl-
it:m ** tllitdlre-d .iel Fifty Tlitousaaiel
Iso l .ts tl,@. ,****t1. and dated like i'rsIt
dav .t lune. A.. 1). Naile-ie-n nIltuta. lr-
:atiel Tw'' trly-ttut and lIearisais: t i. :.
lp.I.:i le l. lentii allniuall. on i t.. fIr: i
*l:i \ of .Ilne Auad lvieeniler ,.f .tacli
tear at lIhe rate- *it MX per -.-nt l-er
ai iir arin. -:sid aonds to be issi... i mi
e***.*.r a nIa l to In:eture or be ;'i;l *, is:a- a.
l..l!..: s
i:oindi nuIutltbered I Ito 2. ioth li 1a a- -
it.-. ast!r,-ti;atilngt Twenty-f\ atndl rDoillar4 l *;i..oSsI- tuo be de-4igllatel
Se e-:- .. :isSd t o m;ll a I I oir aIt-eo.le dlue-
son Il*-" l- -t d :4 of Jutn.. lA I t- ::;
:* s mi iia ln.rred I lo .. Itoht ine-lls-
ite. .ttpre-a. il i Tw si "y five rThi.o.- -
.itIl iheall:r< 4 S?.'.?Ia.. e Ito Il- il.- a lsI nllt
*I .-t I e It. .iInd Iti a;litl're I h ii' t-lle
dile- oe lite- 'ar-t di' a s l .tline. A. I*.
i :.11)1. I elllleired I I, :*:.. I...tHi ilm lu.s-
'.e. : grergati' i T%%'t-Vily-fta'ti Th lis-
irall It ,:ll:r' I .'o' ""it to .le"- Il ..siliilat-
rod Sieri-n. I". NMii let o 11n1a(11. ir l-f,4.nilC
dlue- ies t I Fl Ira-t il: oIt .ltin-. e DI
VI137;
It aes n, iiionleere 1 I I. **.. o* th sli t I lu -
ive. aKoreratilg" Tcliiety five- Thous-
and Idollars <$2:...04J. oi, Ise desi nat-
ed Series I. and toI n ature- or become
idue *s o tIhe- i'irstl d:t\ .I June. -. 1)
I v C
I inds i ii d tnl.--at re-ld I t lothi it'111.
ive. .aKgrel(atilng Tweenly-li-a. "l'Thu-.
a-id lioilars ($25a,0041). to lie des.ignat-
ed Series E. and to mature or lie-
conle due onai the Virst dav of June. A.
I). 1947; :Laid
lIorld.- numbered I to 25. both inclul-
i\e. aggregating Twenty-fivre Thous-
anrd lillars ($25.b0u). to be de.signrat-
ei Series. I. and tol itUlure or beceias-
due oil the First day of June. A. tI.
1962; pritscipal and interest payable
In gold eolu of the United States of
America otf I : pre eit standard of
weight and fineness. at time office of
the City Treasurer in the Vity of Fer-
nandina. Plorlda. or at the National
Itank of Comnmerce il thie City of New
York. State of N-w York; for the fol-
lowing .specified niuni,-ipal purposes.
that Is to say. One Hundred and Thir-
teen Thousandl Lollars t$ll.to0i), uof
the pro-'eedsa of saleh of which bonds
Shall lie- used to pay or fund existing
indebtedness of- said 4City of Fernan-
dina. stiher than indebtedness evidene-
ed by niuni-ipal bonds of tihe said City.
and the remainder of iaid proeeds
shall le used to, pay the estimated
'oast *if enlarging and improving the
e-xiNtinimr Light. Water and lI-e Plant
of said 'ity of Fernandina.
Said loinds shall be engraved, with
interest 'cupons ;attached payable at
interv:il:. o.f tix sninthn from date of
ithe bpnd.l2. under the d*reetlon of the
'ity Coun'-il. anrid shall be signed by
tihe Muayr alnad City Clerk of said City.
and shall tlear the- corporate, seal of
said iIy I' tof ernandina. and n.hall tle
pay able to hearer.
The ;iglaregate amount for which
said boimd.- are proposed to be ais'ued by
said ordinance. as :aforesaid. im (iOne
tiundred and Fifty Thou4and l.oollarsa
Vote i I*UR" or "A(:AIN.'"" approv-
al of the issuance otf the* tends for
the amount proposed to tb. iss.ueid. a.'-
vordinsly as. you approve oar dasap-
prove of the Issuance of tihe bonds for
tIle asioutant prditetd to ble issued.
a4IVEN under mny hand as
Mayor ol ithe City of er-
siandisa. under the corpor-
ate seial ,of said City. this
(Corporate First day of March. A. 1D
Seal Nineteen Hundred and
Twenty-two. In :aid City)
of Fernandina. an the
State of Florida.
HINTON J BAKE.
Ace M.licr ol the *'ilt> ,I Kerimandinam

NTIH' OF MUiETIe% OF OwAKMl
or LA.%D lTt'ATED 1iN BALDWIt
3UgAIs .E Dis8TRICT.
Notas's is iere-b. giten to all jeestsOIm
and ccrpolrataons owning land or oth.i
property situated in IBaldwin irrain
age 1strlict. a public corporation u
the Sta.ite ol i'iorida.t comprising', land
lU Dutal oaiity and Nassau .'.,unty
In the- Slate of FlIrld-a, and to at
other perlaire intees-tel.d tllat :s Itaeet
ilK ol Iee" ,tltm-rs ,.- lialid situated II
sald delccri'el i lher+l.) e.gtiled to be held
and th.- sila ,. ii h,. held. at thre.
o,''lock ill t(i" .itleitreoai en Tuesday
the olfi'e ..I ti.s Clerk ol the Circus
Court, in the County Court louse o
iuval ountyv. ai the City of Jackson
Maile. FIlridla. for the purpose of elect
ing S'Ul, rvlsori- it f said desirlc wilt
must Ia- o, lm-r- oft land in said di.
trlct. and tr.mh-acting all such othe-
liusinexus as itcay properly and legally
come before -ac,-h nieetinK. At suc
electlli, .-acli ,wner shall be entmlle
Ilo onle- ote* in prseti *,r by proxy) 1


writing dul. sig l ed. tor erery acre w
land t.%n iI t y hlni in such di-trclt
.n J MEI.S. N,
J t'. BOyi. I
c LLIAM NI'USSIAUM.
Board of Supervisor-



Dr. Miller's

HEADACHE POWDERS
w It for Headelleg med Neurali
At All Dnw1 glreve
s uo sES-25c-6* aoeS
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L. GRUNWALD
Optometrist and Master

ALL DEPECTs OF VW9S5eN
'IENTIPICALLW CORUBCT"UD




J. RL LYNN
Dentst
X-RA.Y -1B'iPMEIST
O0e1 Pheme 43 es. bhee 14t
esm1. 2. 3. Jeffyea MuMda
UEMMRNA DIXA. FLAMDA



i LeROY McMURRAY
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in Com" f o* Cn ty u~, Stuti mU the Cemty Juge'. C- m l* I d Aan OAN DINAIC PiVot fw the acknowledges Itself to owe. and here- sary blanks, ballots and ballot-boxes
Ic-ngdu I..- c... c."-.. W d le r .1 Ihe .1 W ee by promises to pay to bearer on the and shall make all ne.cssa.rv prepara-
-f For ulamm .'mdety. r the Pr-.ev ie t First day of June. A. D. 19 ....... the tions f..r said el,-tItn, and shll pay
an re stR ate of. Deceased. n R: stat thni el e S sum of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS all the expenses said c' :.-n out
MARY I tRYC R.Deceased. li RHe: Estate of Virginia A. Rell. de- Flrlam s lSEated. "Aa Ac t o mm ($t1,Sy.W ). In gold coin of the United of the general fund in the Cit. Troas
Nassau County. ,ceased. for the IseS e S Ibythe Cty y t States of America of the present stand- ury. IThe ballots for use In s.,u eiec
To all Creditors. Legatees. DIstribu-* Noiee o l aeharge. *F-dare uaMmed l P spease. ard of weight and fineness. at the of- tion t:hall be in su,-d:anti a; the ful
tees and all Persons havu Claimas Notice is hereby given to all whom ain to Authise 8l City e flee of the City Treasurer. la the City lowine Trrn:
-r Demands against said Estate: mt may concern. that on the 28th day te y *razatwble ''tlism the Iesa of Fernandina. Florida. or at the Na- OFFICIAl. BALLIlT
Yo.u. and each of you, are hereby no- of March. A. 1) 1922. I shall apply to o Txass aCl to A .as d Col- tauonal Itank of Commerce in the City .I'ECIAL BOND ELECTION
Ufted and required to present any the Honorable J. B. Stewart. County ie TIMat Levied Theet s sae of New York. State of New York, with April 4. 1922.
claims and demands which you. or Jtaudge in and ;..r Nassau county. Flor- ('It. A ipprevedi Mna) sp t 18s MA Intere.st thereon at the rate of six per City of Fernandina. Florida.
eleor of you. may have against the ida. as Juldgc ,.. Probate. for my final to P l resle othe PTaymet Theme. cent per annum, payable seml-annu- WARIs NO.
estate of Mary L BIryce. deceased, late discharge a-. Administrator of the es- ally. in gold coin of the United States M ke a eross mark tX) ief.re the
ed Nassau county. Florida, to the un tate of Virginia A. Bell. deceased, and BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY of America of the present standard of word -kFor or the '.rd -Acanst" ac-
dseigted H. L. Egell. as Admalastra- at the same time I will present to said CtLNCIL OF THE CITY OFP PER- weight and fineness, on the First day cordingly as you approve or disap-
ter of said estate, within two years Court my final ac-counts and touichers NANDINA: of June and December of each year, at prove of the issuance, of the ho)nds for
from lie late ihereo.f. as such Administratur, and ask for Section 1. That the City Council of the office of the City Treasurer I the the- amount proposed, t, be. issued:
I.'atl l-'ebruar% '3:rd. A. D. 192-. their approval the City of Fernandlna. under the pro- City of Fernandina, Florida. or at the .For appro.ui> o f th- issu-
H. L. r;ZELL. Dated thin 17th day of Januar.. A. vtMions ot an Ajt of the Legislature of National Bank of Commerce In the ance ,, the Ioids fi.r the :-A:.eunt pro-
As Admialstrator of estate of Mary lD. 19.2. the State of Florida. entitled. "-A Act City of New York. State of New York. osted to i,.- Issued.
L. iRryce, deceased. Itryceville. Fla. W. s. BELL. to Provide for the Issue of Bonds by on presentation and surrender of the Against ;tppral of the
HINTON J. BAKER. Adnministratur of estate of Virginia[ the Ciiy of Fernandina. for Municipal annexed interest coupons as they sev- Issuance of the ton., < ;- :',e amount
Attorney for Administrator. A. Bell. deceased. Purposes, and to Authorize said City eraly become due and payable. prop.,edi to Ie .- ,
Ferinandina. Fla. 4-21-22 to Value i'rtoperty Taxable Within the This bond Is one of one hundred and Each cross mark ,n .ttl ballot in
--- ... OTIC.E *ii .PI4|1m. MAATI.r'I '.T-K Limits for Taxation and to Assess and fifty bonds of said City of Fernandina. fr(.nt otf the w.vr.d i .- ,,nsti-
In lhe I-realt c4mters Pestrh r J lal s It.: E. collect Taxes Levied Thereon by said of like date, amount, tenor and effect. tute- "a ote e, tihe -,.fieee., ..: such
4'lre-i. I nand Var NammIms Clety. City", approved May !Oth, 1899. here- except as to Serial Letter and maturi- --,,s mark :n i'\cc. t1'. >,.asi
Mlae o 1by provides b. ..rd::a.:nice for the isro- ty. aggregating One Hundred and Fit- ti,,- t, ii .to said .i>6--l f,.: ',.- i:.t,,unt
4satC--li' i. li' erel-,.. aili lthat unt ler : 1e i te'"' e bond. 4f .qaid City, one hund- ;y Thiousand Dollars ($160,000.40). pripo.,ed1 toi. w,.S-u,. a.< pr t ..,d for
AC anded ey vtartte ol that cert.aa de.-ee red aad fifty ultuber. to be known numbered consecutively from 1 to 25. in tnut b) this oc(i Zii:. e. ar, each
-nade and entered oil the "Oth dec. of a, ''City of Fernandina Funding and loth in,.lualve, Series A. maturing on suelm cross mark ian frcett ,,f the wo.~rd
Thet- Coriwall Farm Land Company.a February. A. D. 1922 by the Hlonorable- i nprso.elment locnds." each bond to be the 1st day of June. A. D. 19!?;. from "Againqt" shall co ntitte a t te dot
e-orporation. compla:laemil. xs :.eorg trre 4R(m.rilir ;a.bbs. Judge of the of Lhe dt-iolnxmenation of One Thousand I to 5. both Inclusive. Series B. ma- the elector. making ta;h cross mark.
W.. Iaelt. et alt. f i. -Foere-- *'*1. ; **. ** ,and for Nassau c.cu.n- Dollars l.i000). aggregating One luring .-n the lt day of June. A. D. :is a vote ak;aiust a. : I.rp,,isit:,en.
closure of Mortgage. a.tce Iinjnt-lion., t.-. FIrc1t:s.i. il Chancery Sitting. in Hundred acid Fifty Thousand Dollars 1932; 1 to p2. both inclusive. Series C. if two-thirds of the ie'.e azctuallN.
ath:lat .e-r:,m .ic e is pending in said ($150.0aso. and dated the First day of maturi month st day of June. A. 'sa-L by suo.h elet,,ors. at said election
till.ER OF PT'IILIC'ATION. I('e1sit tihe-i-n .I ries MArket. a .-or- June. A. 1. Nineteen Hundre and 1937;u to 6. both inlusive. Series D. held ,r suhl purps ,- m.it leat-i
..-rT;ea.o,. a.- '-it.plaiiinant. and Mathlaal Tneinty-two. and bearing Interest. nmaturint on the l t day of June, A. l or it ti t i.suanc -,i t.it i) ric for th-
To: "T. A. Seott anld it F. Scott in- Mar.-hell t ;i.1 therlne Mar.selall. payable .c..i-aiannually on the first 1942; I ta 25, both inclusive. Series E, amountt proposed to lt o ass rd. then
dividually acid as partners doing bus- his a-..i N,. I'm.kel.stelu. J. C'aw, ela' of June ande December of each naturing on the Ist day tof June. A. D. the bonds in this -rdinane-. ;or tided
-s under the fartna naee iand style ford and s Fre-. I;t. Noble. tru-teer. are ear. :at the rate a.t six per cent per 194:; and 1 to 25. both Inclusive. Series for. shall be there. .:th ..el and
of T. A. and It. F Sc*tt. Folkston. ldef.-adauts. the unlderrsirgnd Sp-eial anun.. said hands to .Ie Issued In six maturing on the 1st day of June. A. siall be usued. t 'te' a
eorxe.a a .olklon. Mast-I apl.lll.I hy the Court iht its t.ries and i. ma:ature eor become due i) 1952; known as the City of Fernan- bL.,ads shall l t e <.,'l tt
l,.' ARkE IiICKBY NOTIFIED AND iial dee.-. .I..m, .aid, will offer tor a follows dina Funding and Improvement Bonds: Section 14. Tic- Cat' Cuina-il shall
triAtRE Dl to appear to the Nil of sale and will sell at public Outc-ry fr ,ind iutihered one and twenty- issued under and in accordance with t least t.'entY das pre. .'ig the da
m-eatIlamIt filed herein against you by cash., to the hiaghe-t and best bidder, at I sve-. tath inclusive. aggregating the provisions of an Act of the Legis- --f said e ictiluon. ,'- ., t, pitlxng
'4l. tNWALL eFARMLAND CO- the hous- t r seknown as nt-f Thousand Dollars ($- nature of the State of Plorida. entitled lc an eh f ti said
S\. : .droration. in the Circuit th* "Old I. :m. atllff. \a-.s- otes. tI.. .. designated Series A. and to 'An Act to Provide for the lssue of 'atly. at whi h said ,elm.,t ,n'. in each
<.'.ort. ass nd for Nassau county. at -au count. .'horird. ,an MNtnday. April 3. niLature or bet-oe.i- due on the First Bonds by the City of Fernandina. for Ward in said ol,>. sha: t l,,- I,,-1l; and
Ft-a-;n:di.e. ilorida. ona or before Mon- *A.I i:*'. the :.la. bing a legal .iales day of June. A. D. Nineteen Hundred Munieipal Purposes, and to Authorize at the sanie tinee I.. .Iae ::r.- day of April. A. D. IsL92 da. illia t i th. Ie. l Ahours of sale. the and Tb entv y-seve 'n said City to Value Property Taxable i actors t a e to
'he \.sesau Countiy Leader and FPe r-flltta i *i-na. property it ,aid 1,, nds numbered one to twenty-five. Within the Limits for Taxation and hold said elet.-tr in n.t "r en said
t.eid. aN.. 'l.us-il.cord. a newspaper of lous sar-.t. .id Ratliff. County bothl inclusive. aggregating Twenty- to Assess and Coliect Taxes Levied City. who shall Lc r,,-. ,,t' ., the
grner.rl ,cir-ulation. published i nNas- of Nassau ; nd Sl a.- of Florida. kn.-wn five Thousand Dollars ($25. ). to be Thereon by said City," approved May Ward fcr %ihich re-p. -i* a pint-
.-au t-,usl). Florist. s hereby de ign- and called ihe ilt Ni ame. uit'arns." t,, designated Series B. and to mature or 20 1899. and an Ordinance of the City d Arn tlhe City I'rn, cause
;-ttu' aos u h* newspaper in which this it. become due on the First day of June. f Pernandina., entitled. "Arn Ordinance to.. pi.litng placess, <. a .,atI. and
.,rheIr s h:all ht. published oce each ithi t*s: ,e- cl-t- c- tlI.. j. tuO A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Thirty- Providing for the Issuance of Bonds tit- names of thte an.i, lt.r. .ts nl elerk
r i... oul a succsiove eekach tahib--. l r:tnace ad one c-hair lu. of the City of Fernandina. Under the of elec-tion .s- ap r.inite.,id .r .h Ward
\ ITl:..s i,, t.asid a.s Clerk of e the *; ii0:g ite.1 Two serving tablhs*. i:onds numbered one to twenty-five. P'rsovisions of an Act of the Leglsla- t. be publis ed. ,. '. ,.1 .-r twt
said Court and the seal of the said one blliard tal.-. one buffet. .-ne Ioth inclusive. :aggregating Twenty- ture of the State of Florida. Entitled. sis..slve .:. i- sl .dlec-
'.,u rt, at the aonrt Hlouse in the City mIi-hia clc,,rt. on.- c-diar chesi and fivi Thousand Itollars ($2.5AO). to be *An Act to Provide for the Issue of ti..n a, i ", s;. ;.: .; -.-,t itn said
oi e'rnaitsaau.i. Ns lau cs untye Florida tl c"*ha-h designated Series C. and to mature or Bonds by the City of Fernandlna. for City.
the :'MI ,;t\ ,a.f l-'ebruary. A D. 9lorida,:rakf:t, l is ***. e **e It.lle acid (..ur becoine due on the First day of June, Municipal Purposes, and to Authorize Section 15 it tar, i::p,.- t,.r or
etthis- : 4 .& a% of F#bruary. A. D. 1921 chair- A it. Mineteen Hundred and Thirty- said City to Value Property Taxable eterk of elt...it- ia.c a- pro-
is.'a l I (. .BURP. ESS. Itedt I{.sel., Norlth One bed. one lin- ev...; Within the Limits for Taxation and to vided in the pro-..-.,-' .- :"n. tals to
Clerk 'era-sit Court. Nassaa county. re-au. lots- washastand. one se-- t.nd.ts numbered one to twent.-five. A.ssc-.ss and Collect Taxes Levied attend at t(e- r.n.p.r I ,,+ pace at
.mlkr'.r & l~ker,. feBed e In.l iWe:ke dune bd. a ner u- b|out incluwve. aggregatIng Twenty- Thereon- by saId City" Approved May th-. time of ,p.mneof t;,. nI'N in thi-
Jaker & Iaker. ed Ridni. W. h one bed. onokee u-and five Thousand Dollars (25M) lo be 20.1 9; and to Provide for the Pay- dy .r e leetie,, i.. :t, i ,t ei.d.iec-
Jknvlle. Florid re. one tonal book-e and Series D. and to mature or met Thereof." And the Issuance of tors present i.. a said
S...Ic-ler. ,,r cmpla.nant. 3-31 oe. har beSone due on the First day of June. which bonds, for the amount proposed election. shall a111 t h .:. ,S.
Sitting ton: Standing mirror, writ- A. Nineteen Hundred and Forty- to io Issued, was approved by two- The polls shall it Hu.;. ,-,e t .e Iaht
i ng table. ,dne book-ease. one thirds of the votes actually cast by ,-'.l,-'k A. M eon thlt 1 ,0 eit.c
IN thae tCie-lt Coert. Prth .lmiieim wicker settee. three wicker chairs, t. c. the qualified registered voters of said tim, at hlle tle:r, ,:.. me.lee.
'lrellt. I igd Fo" Umala CS luy. .o.ie carel table, four chairs. aone itands numbered one to twenty-five. City, then residing in said City, who ri ;-.h ard il t. .i hall
t',eride-mn Ch elmare. iunagazilre- -.Lnd and olen phe.o- booth Inclusive. aggregating Twenty- own real estate therein and have paid I. -*.I'se- at miant .-.,, 1., .. tter
graph, fit Thousand Dollars ($25.100). to be their taxes or the year preceding, at mi.tsiron of half ,. t! :.., ean
*l.abeilaf .mn. Lo.An. bty Mabel iood- I:ead rP.oomi Fr t: Otte eJ. fnr ,talt- d- ignated Series P. and to mature or a cle-tir on held for that purpose, oduly. Is en. r.er
li*-aol. Ilri next iriesd. Complalnant, S lg netrar. e.l*- dresi. u one tatsle. bhe'omne due on :he First day of June. al!ed and held under the provisions rly the- lifi : t
s %'tliasm I' L.ong. Defeantt- ne -halr A. I). Nineteen IhIndred and Forty-* .f .aid Act and said Ordinance. on -l aid t tl, ite,. .'-.. nt
til'.*. I p.L AIK. -ear and. the Fourth day of April. A. D. 1922. o ll t- t" I
NTIedoI.'. TOe ON-tE IDNT. l:ed oto r. North: UOll bed. one stands numbered. one to twenty-tive, a. o rtHEdy of Ai D 'a i r eal est-1e c .
NTi TO NON-RESIDENT. dressing table, one hureat. one both inclusive. agregating Twenty-five IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED. REI a:sd their taxes eL. .kr k.iiied-
wardrobe. cnea w-eker chair. one Thousand Dollars ($1S2.11). to be des- CITED AND DECLARED that the Is- eng. shall b- ,lualifitld ...te id
*o.: William C. Long. City of Washing- hair ignated Serles. F. and to mature or be- sue of bonds, of which this is one, is election.
toIs. Itisrict .f Columbla: Sleepinig cr'.-reh. Nrtlmhs ct1e lied. mone- ollit. e -. c,,i ilhe First day of June. made in strlet conformity with the The ins.~p- tr ..!:.I tior
You are hlereb) required to appear aihle-. ionet -..,k.-r. A. L Ni.lee-man Hiundred and Fifty- luaw s of the State tof Florida and the xll t.-:i lWard -htll ig'
ot tile Third day of April. A. D. 192 Ited Rom. .,-t. ne dr-.ser. one t.rdinances of the City of Fernandina. ale e etI- a aold
to, Ile bill ot cosmplaint for divorce wardrobe. two, cedar 'het-ts., twto prtincipal and interest payable in gold duly authorizing the same, and that -tihall deit .r e m,: c -- c -. -retly
file-I herelas against you by Elizabeth wicker -Ihamrors.. one chair. csim ,of thime United States of America :ll proceedings and thins essential '-eald. te the: .Me- l -ci la d
AImI I.Laeox. by her lnexI friend. Mabel Sleeping P I'-re.. N..rtlh O(nie bed. one .f the pre-er at standard of weight and to lhie validity of this bond have been aI ,ne ,(ccli) sut- iu'l I 1 tvh ibm iper-
4;it,,lhread, llm she Circuit Cpourt of Nas- wardrole., fineness, at the office of the City fully complied with by the proper of- ms-,e[-f i+, ,-eltrithc et to.rs of
s.:Ie *etiuni. Fl-irida. Also. four Ilmre 4rtliental rugs, three Treasurer in the City of Pernandlna., icers In the issuance of this bond anl <'1.. >:-,l r. tiA r '.% tet-
Th,- N'amu. County leder a Per- salll eirie-ltl rugss. four alones- l-'lridla. ,o at lhe National Bank of IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, lthe c,"i -le, f 1 '' .r tit*
aomaeliac N -torl iaderI d ti" r-tiiv -, ad allt I0ouks,. pictures., tomin.T-rs~e s thie Ct.y of New York. .*aisl CITY OF FERNANDINA ha- is- t'..t l. ,'-t t, vo
eatlina N*i .- w-rd in B ereby desig- **hinJ. ,*t glas.. lhuoir.lsr.ph ret-- .etaYte of New York: fur the tfoowlng suei.- this bond. bearing date the First t eA s -a- m i.t t:% FIr a
Agasirs a .' .i '. is a-amn, -ef
ate- la t.h Ihe Is-wpaper in which this rds sand salver. .specified municipal purposes, that is to day ut June. A. D. 1922. and has caus- tAe hlidst. pr.. .... t. -, of,
.rdteh far pur ceubiseta onie w each AI'A, I. McGARRtY. my. One Hundred and Thirteen Thous- ed it to be signed by the Mayor of said the- a,,ult plr.i,- t.* 'ne. fr-
"T Fr fmhaour an.l.acutlre weekn. Special Master. and Dollars ($110.e00). of the proceeds City and by the City Clerk thereof. un- mh -auntet 1., T,'h' a
WITNES my hand as Clerk and the KNIGHT & GULST. of sale of which bonds shall be used der the corporate seal of said Cit). itn .c:,tc- Ia,,.n -.. m .l tho
Febua of id Court. this the 27th day of .Solicitors ftor complainant to pay or fund existing indebtedness tCoreporate Seal) ..... ......... ..-...... ... *n-si-ete s.id d ; "te.. i* the
(.Seal) t.. C. l'ROEMS. of said City otf Fernandina. other than Mayor of City of Fernandlna. te-1t rs mand i lerks .t l ,t* ilthe
(...l> .i. ... E 'RGESS,. itidebtedni es.st evidenced by mnilcitl "lt"rtf t- th,- C tyi-r 1,,n11 ;tl I il cer-;s
Clerk c-f the Cir,-msit aiurt. NNassau i the iruiestsl rt. l'Feurth Jidldill hald ,o f the said City. and the rematin- "ity Clerk of City of Fernadina. f te the ty C s at
,iinty. Iloarida .re1at. ia Is ae-d F Nam sader of said laroceeds shall be aed to No. .. SERIES 3.. .... 0.00 -alI riet ande el:r reatee
J."It.,"t"'-r.. ...... %'=-a."t- of Flo n "hall I. re 0.c,,r,/,-, ati, .vt- "": *;r' r'oir
J. it. Stewartf Conty. rtte eo Piid. pay the. estimated cost of enlarging oN THE FIRST IAY OF .... ... erc ie m. m ... .md'
.Siiciior for Complainant. 3-31 -it CHAN.CERY. anii rvntexsl Igh aA..tnd improving the existing Light. Wa.- A. L.t .. .
ter and Ice Plant of said City of Per- Thie CITY OF FElNANDINA In the i all r. mam.a 1 'a c ......- a'. e
WNOTr 01' OfW LECTY. N Tail- CORNWAI.L FARM LAND COMP.- nandina; and the Issuance of the said a'launty of Nassau and State of Florida. a-l, in ,i a r. m "t- ', ::. ele-,
ANY, a corporation. Complainant, bonds by the said City. tor such pur- .vill pay to the beare-r the sum of -eeI e hal ,, .i
hr cr ot usafe W. ..A Itp. oses, as provided by this Ordinance. THIRTY DOLLARS (:.I0.). In gold coin 4la.. "ee ci tI. it 1 r re,. l-
.hereas. one-furth of tnhe qMealfled RyE Wv IA I. .t al, De- i now necessary: Provided. however. of the United Stat-e of America of the I c.-' tc ,luu,'t.le. s. ;iI r.y us m I;
electorn that Pay altax *a rekal or Red. endnts~. *r.a.D lthat before such bonds shall be issued present standard of %eight and fine- f '
Spse- ana are residti the Foreclosiure .f Mo)rtgat-e and Injune-- Iy said City fetr the municipal purposes ne-s, at the office of the City Treas- tan rhc heittri rnn -nrtlfy-
follbtcyra "a*,mmunity or sub-divislon lifor. inentIondl In this Ordinance. the ques- urer In said City of Fernandina, or at am.c ,a ma s. c, i
o.f Nassau a'iuntvy. Florida, to call an -is o f issuing them for the amount the National Bank of Commerce In the .,,' aid SUa r t R.-tt, lrat
ell ti-sle for the purpose of changing l-pr.-psed- to be issued as provided by i'lty of New York. State of New York. ** 1t *' l" *. il- .fre
and extending the boundaries of Spec. ItlIf:t OlP stItBI.ICATION. ,chi ordinance, .shall be submitted to lheing the semi-annual interest due on, It.- e. m.maL1 t,1 i 1 mt l -he lit
lal Tax School District Number One ihe qualified registered voters of said its Funding and Improvement Bond .,s .1,-r t- .n tr -act-c 'h Vt-r l
ifm Nas-sau county. Florida, which at To: ;e.orge W. Danielss aud KateL. I 't thei-n residing In said City. who dated 1st day of June. A. i. 1922, -ctf e'.'A **I c. .. *n *Ir -a' iWardl In
the present time, constitutes eA In- IwanTsls hi. Rsid'e e -dnce UIa ,wn real estate therein and have paid NX, of above Series .. r Ilas- lc.a pr,.la i .-is-0t rations
*,lude.s and elmbraces the corporate ki,utn 0ee lheir taxes for the year preceding, at Te- a..- ti.- cl li a s re t >i.l aIn
Isancts of Ile- City of Fernandina, las- Y ,ou am-e hereby notified and requir- :tin election to be called and held In cilty e"Treasue- .. ... c-i tat
su is county.. Plorida, so as to costI- ed to appear on the 3rd day of April. A. :aid ity Ior such purpose on the Se.-tion 6. For the further protre-' t-d t si tl.t
rtue, emierav e and include the herein- D 1922. to thie Hill of Complaint filed F.urth atday of April, A. D Nineteen tiosa af the citizens of Fernaandina "and .-4. I ? %, 'l h, ?Il I. t I ,;trp,, ,.i
.atser s c'rihed territory; and It ap- herein against .ou by The CORNWALL Ilu"ndred and Twenty-two. ian the man- the holders of said bonds, the Treas- !" '. I i l... t tfihi
.anrti'e lto the t' ard if Pblic In- FARM LAND COMPANY. a corporation, s-r and after such public notice as urer of said City shall be rulred to "* o ,., l', t tn
Prtacti-ol oa eN-t- auiicuhed intY that said in the Cir.uil Court. ile and for Nas- iheelnafter provided by this ordinance; give a special bond. approved b the t e. pron-i- tr .. t ..Iln..
n hne ulshder th sau .cunty. at Fernandina. Plorida. ed should two-thirds of the votes ac- City Council. In the sum of Ten Thous- e"e lgrcpT*"'' I I .. *. :* .:. m.'
Smi toun l. I.e-ader. a weekly newspa- IT IS F'lTIHTIKR ORDERED AND tually cast Io said electors at said and Dollars. or more It so desired by ,., icirpo .... .,t..r.a**! uri-. thi-n pro-
p.er publhaiemid in Nassau county. Plor- DECREED that this Notice be pub- -el-tion,. held lr such purpose. be cast ordinance, conditioned for the honest ',-': e, c. r 'c, .- ': tu
S*ae. for iaur co. se'utive weeks. as by lashed once a week for Eight (8) sue- mie favor of issuisg the bonds for the a- and faithful performance or all the A' io ,'r.et- ",ml to, u ,.:t* : l.
Statute aai sui ase c ae and pro- cessie weeks prior to the said return mount proposed to be issued, In such duties devolving upon him under the 6y I th tr..,ide- .r t, I aa I C:ccds
Sasiaed ThaI said Special Tax School day in time Nassau County Leader and caV-Je it shall be lawful for said bonds provisions of this Ordinance. t lhe Citytl t f eleriandc mt r 1 t-
Sl l-tricI Number Otne. Nassau county, Fernandina News-Record. a newspa- be issued, otherwise said bonds Section 7. The City Treasurer re- '.lt V* 'r,, A 0\.,lz- Wai-
r lorida. ce changed and extended so per of general circulation, published shall not ce issued. celving money from any assessment .'t th Valueot- r..e.rTt a t..li. iti ,-
elas to include all real and personalpro- in Nassau county. Florida Section 2 For the payment of said tax or other source,. to be applied to i "b Liruits orI I*a .- : r. perty washian the following community WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the iuaids and the interest thereon, the en- the payment of said bonds, or any of s*.ss .itl Cil**,*,i T. ..l..a d Thert,
or sah divioo of Nassau county, said Court. and the Seal of said Court, tire taxable property of said City of them. or to the sinking fund. or In- cmm bI a te' ai. ,r ,**I .M-ay
Florldaa eed bamndamres as described athe Court House- oSf Nassau county Fernandlna is hereby pledged. The terest thereon, or any portion thereof, th.a hmitd a, e u.r, I t'.' \';rChapt-i ern of
ai- *aloa a.id in the City eof Fernandina Ploridab 'e r e Ns cusityil shall levy annually, for shall make on the first day of f :. tharan ..t,, i .t ( \rz. Chapter
SS.*'tioilm ule (1i. Forty-two this 16th day of January. A D. 1922. assessment t and collection, such spec- each and every month, written "-- "t. i' -t-d t. F'm-r-a tA-ts i42). Forte three (43). snd Porty-tour (SEAL) ( C BURGESS. lal tax upon the taxable property with- report to the City Council of the a- thce l ~ .,if mle r,.la iA im-ter eis'.; or
44). "r-tashlap one (I) North. Range Clerk "Cir-uil 'a,,s. Na-.asu C. unty, 'n the corporate limits of said City as mount of money received for such pur- S.c tln I \:.'"..: :i., 0- .1 ianit.
T".eit' ce lel (-8) ElaM. also Sections Florida. iain be necessary to pay the Interest pose. from whom and when received. ,1n ; .r* :.t aril ear
nIla c -1. i'li.. ('). Thire.- (3), Pour (4), Baker & taker. on said bonds and to provide a sink- and the amount collected and received '* enilare. x cr2:l ".lt tile am
i V"me | 1 Smx c;.,. Seven (7). Bright (8). Jacksonville. Florid;.,. *Kg fund for the payment of sald from each person, and all payments ,.,tl,,re i. '-"c.'. 'hs--,u:rtalc uhal
r Ntie C:*O. Ten 10). Eleven (11). Solicitors foar Complainant tosnds The special tax levied as afore- by him for such purposes. Such re- W1 ..- ,-if. t I aiC,',,ltc-I 0;,,n its h:asl-
( l "l<-1e 12. Thirteen (13), fourteen said for interest aad sinking fund port must embrace a dtalled exhibit "' -".tc L; ts pas
4 iilp. 'lltei.-i si). Sixteen (1). Sev- shall, when collected, be solely appUlied of all coupons collected, received, paid c.g- aid el c ,- -. "l .y i ,e M1.19r
e..u't.a II;:. a:ig elec (15), Nineteen I tihe Court eo Coeuty Judgke. Ina d ta the payment of the interest and the or taken up. stating particularly the -a 1nta r n ull I a '" 15. 192"
i ll). Tr-tl 4<*0. Twenty-one (21), 'e'r Massin ( Iatr. ftierda. -*eating of a sinking fund to meet the date when each coupon has been col- 1 1 r r a1 itte b'
'T"e.ntl two I 422). and Twenty-three principal of saild bonds lected. received, taken up or paid. and ttle uini Ic,, 1c -] "t i
*2':: T.eeta.-li| 'cTmo 4 ) North. Range a Section 3. Said bonds shall be en- the number and Serial Letter of the .au an ;e-.-, e' ie> l -r, trr.
n Tcciit. .ghLt (.2s) 'a:.t. also Sections In Re i:stst efr ,r..vedd. with interest coupons attach- bonds from which the several cou- full ;nd a*. I F, b. : l 1
T. ( )ri.e e tha Ir;a. S-.-n Fo-ten (1 (4. Kixhteen (1). DISTR1iUTES ANDI ALL PER- the direction of the City Counci. and all bonds redeemed, paid or purchased. (rp ,,raIt\ J \ m ,ya
l .l.et-.-h imle. we nt. <2g). Twen ty( .N1 S S HAVING CLAIMS OR D- stall ie signed by the Mayor and City with the Number and Serial Letter of (tXlr'c Ma
mtn oe (i.i T'we-nt-tw (S2). Twenty- MANDS AGAINST SAID ESrATE: s'l-rk .,f said City. and shall bear the each bond. the date of redemptiolx. .\W t Wir-t
f thre. <:i. T'wenty-fotu (23). Tweaty- You. and each of you, are hereby merporate seal of said City of Fernan- payme-nt or purchase., f..i, whi.m re- w ia a n1 -
Stiare <2S. T'Fwenty-fosixur (24). Tweaty- notified and required to present any dina. When said bonds shall have ceived and the amount paid for each. i't. ( i-r-
- stae-i ; Tw v-eiht (2 Twety-i ( Twenty- claims and demands which you. or i.cen so signed and sealed, they shall Which report shall, on or before the
o s-.e s.m Thirty t30). Thirty- one (1). either tf you. may have against the 1 e offered for sale to the highest and third day of the same month, be filed %OTI t..of ls tE ILDiK EAtF:Ct-
- Townseip Thrtee 3,) North. estate of Anton Hallig, deceased, ite bhe-t bidder for cash. but the City Coun- wilt. the City Clerk. il STwent -eight (s East. also Sections of Fer tandina. Nassau county. lorl'* ei shall reserve and have the right to S.- tlon It shall be the duty of ---
S (. Thirty-eiKght S(38). Thirty-nin da, to te underlined Administratrixe-ject anyandallbids. The mo aeys,the the City Treasurer receiving or ac. ".,t.-.. r.. -r. .,1 ,-. trest I. J
, 4."5 T ot'wn.*titp one (I< North. ange of said estate, within iei Year from proceeds of sale of said bonds, as soon counting for bonds or coupons redeem- S*ri.ni,). a- t"'-',r. A '-.:. i.-te'ad of
STw.Ter.ty e mcra-29) East; also Sections the dae 2h.reo f F A:t- received. shall be deposited with ed. paid or purchased, to cancel the Simrriff of .ia.-e cmr,: F.ar:'i un
SSix <(I and Thirty-one (31. Township ,Dated this Ifth da ut et, **ar.. A. tt,. City Treasurer of said City. and san,. In the presence of the person dei ..rde i ,.: rit. .r t .\as.--j


" Two t0) North. Range Twenty-nine '- pt by him In separate account to from whom hehall receive them, and ',unt l r 1[ n
S(29 j ast.also Sections Seven (7), Eight MARIE. FERREIRA. he drawn out only for the purposes to deliver such Ibonds and coupons to A L) I,-' :,.,-< *' .r .. :im mre
East. also Sections Seven (7). Eight Adminlstratrla. fur which said bonds are authorized the City Clerk, together with the. re-, cr;:.,,. :' an. r, I- mal
East. alsoNe Ten (I). Eleven 11). 'utch. street. Orand t., be issued, on warrants authorized port above mentioned, each month. -.c.t ,. ,ee, n', ic .*.. ,* Ir
Twelve N 2). T en l (13). Fle fourteen lord Apr .7-2I ,. the City Council. Se.-tioa The Cit 'Treasurer by e ly t <'.1 1 k-a J: a .r -. e r m f
414). Fifteen (16). Sixteen (16), Sevea -- Section 4. The bonds shall be pay- and with the advice and direction of I l..rid; it 1a-[ "1.1 'i-r;at ac
Siteen 7(I). Eighteen (18). Nineteen (1), tOTICK aIle to bearer, and shall be delivered the d'ity Council shall apply all mon- :a* -.rtnt: 'i *ar .... i.-r it. ,:
iand Twenty (20), Township Three (3). (),1.I the City Council. after being sign- eys. which may c a.l in Ito his i.tndl' laI' l. *. '.. it
e Norlh. Range Twenty-nine (2*), East. e--- d and sealed as provided In this ordi- as a redemption or sinking fund. to the :-"* '. "*- ` a : M .
S.Iid community or sub-division. or Noet,. is here-ltv gicen that pursuant nance, whereupon the bonds shall be- purchase of .-aid holndis at their ianarl-et .-; 0 '' ., i'.l
said proposed Special Tax School Dis- to the' ordinance- of the City .of Fer- come payable to any lawful bearer value. or shall under the same etirec- .. ..', :
t tridt. I.einK bounded as follows: On nandina. entitle*: "An Ordinance Pro- thereof. And it shall be the duty of tion. Invest said money in bonds of -1.t -I J N:, ". I t a .--- ---
the North b%. Cumberland Sound. On viding f.,r thIe Issuance of Honds of the City Council. when any bond Is sold the United States or of the State of t. aedan d.
the East by Atlantic Ocean. on the the Cit) of Fernandina. Under Ihe Pro. or issued to cause the same to be reg- Florida or the County of Nass.:. as sc>rt'i,.- t-t in 'e .., the,
e South by Nassau Sound. on the Weste visions of an Act 01 the Legislature of istered in a book kept for such pur- may seem to the Cut Council n,.-t.l- :. J .
l.v Na.ssau and Amelia Rivers. the State of Florida. Entitled. 'An Act pose. visahle. i '. 'i '. .i
It is therefore ordered that an elec- ei i'rot\ide for the- lssue- tf Bonds by t Section 5. That said bonds and the Section It It shall hI- tli.- d.atl acf a ..t ,4'A I .. ,': '. a .' -. *,' .1r-
iHn be and the same s hereby called the t'l" f Fernuandina. for Municipal coupons attached shall be In the fol- the City Treasurlr so 4.r b.for.- th .. ,c,.n -. .".s < nd .
tio bhed in andd e r eaidsoemuy ce Purpu,,,s. and to Authorize said City lowing words and figures: The blanks first day eof July of each year. t., r.-- :1 t L. ae -r. ,'t ..'. '"u. "f
r sub division and forf Nassau communitor to Value Property Taxable Within the lft for the number of each to be fill- port to the City Coun-il thr nuntier .. .' ., -'.t. ne1
ida. to determine whether sad nt al IA lit r Taxation and to Assess and -d in as the number of the bond may and amount of said banbts outsthnJ- r *.- e -' :.. ,-' a'--: a.
STax School Distrlct Number One shall Collect Taxe. Leved Thereon by said render necessary, and the blanks left ing giving the Serial Letter arid the ''rtm n- ... ;
be changed and extended so to em- City" approved Fehrtary 16. 1922. the. f.-r the Serial Letter and the date of Number of each bond, with an e.tl..ate -r.. r
brace and include said territory. a City Council of taidl City at its regular maturity of each to be filled In as the oft the anmourat necessary ti be raised a Irfi ,-9u :. I- I. r:.-l ['Il
tic the number of mills of district tax meeting duly heldi in the City Council Serial Letter of each bond may reader tfr interest and ainktng fund Which I l'it. ae 1... d ce- -r -, r.- r edc
t a he l e v ie d a n id c o l l e c t e d nal u n l l y f or C h a m b e r i n h i K'i t H a l l i n s a i d C i t y n e c e s s a r y t h a t i s t i p s a y b o n d s n u m s t a t e m e n t a n d I e t m a t e a k.iag f uenrW ah c h I c ed r e e eJ 1' 1 : a ,- F .- : r t ..c' .x r i Ir a
-tion to be held In the Namau County, First day of March. A D. 1922. design- Series A. tn mature or become due on Counctl for the ensuing ear. 1 r
iFlorida c'aurt hour. in the City of lF r- ated tht- ,l .wiic i llsg i'lace tinJ te- First day of June. A D. 1937. bonds Sdt-tion 11. That th (it:." C.,uncil -FN ,111p. Tr f:I.V'': : "Z,, r"Ijl.T!:FN
i nandlina. n lice 2tb day of Mach. A.u ech naharI tsi .ie ity tIt ahlach the numbered from I to 11. both inclusive, shall provide ior the payment of all !Ia. F', (TEEN 1 arc- TWE.IY
Is 192 and that Msaid election shall special to nd lectitn providr-i for in .-res B. to mature or become due on expe-n.-s Involved In and about the tea I : t c.' f u:..ernd dTFm
andin the r and by said dl'cmi1- ,-. -hall lats held on! the First day of June. A D. 1932. bonds preparations of said tind I s n..
Ip tobe ld and reondcted ling of mana the Fourth da f April. A. .. 1922. and numbered from I to 26. both inclusive. Section 1i The Maye)r .f stad City r t ,- crm. m.. ; th re*f as
prel rteed by law for holdnsg or gead also appointed the follAowing nspecr -Series C. to mature or become due on is hereby directed to Issue bhi pro.:- atll beI .- t -aIl -r
ral eltpropo. and mma perst resb-dl- ors and Clerk of election r each the First day of June. A. D. 1937. bonds lamation calling an elec-tion to be held t .-n l 14t ;L t, ,
n said proposed community. ubrd n id t hld said ee- numbered from 1 to 25. both tnclusive, on the Fourth day of April. A. D. Nine- ta ,I'il 1,~a'r-. r -- t -f.re
Svotersn or territory who are qu allied ion n eaa I ad 'CiTY, nalely: Series D. to mature or become due on teen Hundred and Twenty-two. for the tr,- t i. it
vote propes thart pay shall bo entitle or to WARD No. Polling Place: the First day of June. A. D. 1942. bonds purpose of determinia:g whether ecr not e,, NA- .. tn.. : r..': ,. nia
vonaln sapropid election. shall bed election be- ter Works Station; Insgpeors: T. B numbered from I to 25. both inclusive. tihe issuance of the tound tfor the Fi .., .: A ,r.
ivoteg called by elthe tion. Said ofeleublic In- tr Wlark. J. B. station Hall a H arlalSeries E. to mature or become due on amount proposed to be issued. as pru- A -. Tli. RI,
r called by the tnard of blc l Clark. J. B. G. Hall and r the First day of June. A. D. 194?, and posed by this ordinance t,. te- l-Iued -. a t -gal
truetion of Nassad u l coty, lorida, Clerk: E. P. Mrte. bonds numbered from I to 25. both In- shall be at that time appr,, d bt :wo.- t e .r 11
lta resolution duly adopted at a meet- WARD No. Polling Place- En- elusive. Series F. to mature or become thirds ..f the votes actualiv a t at ,^ ,. : a:. 4 ,mtna
,nit held in and for said county on this glne House. S.iuth ;th SI: Inspectors: due on the First day of June. A. D. said election by the quliflted registere- .,l *. *.
hm- !?nd day of February, 1921 James Chadw.k. W. T. Halle and R. 1952. as aforesaid: cd ,,ters of the City of Fernandlna. x.-; er. f
J. T. SWEARINGEN. H. Jones. Cl, rk: J. F. Mularkey. g ED A TAT E OF AMEU ICA. 'then residing in said City. who own .'c au I.r-:. Vs. :.* _r.
Chairman Board of Public lastrue- WARD No. 2 Polling Place: City STATR OF PFLORIDA real estate therein and have paid their ',f Nia '. r' ,. ty. F:or
tlon. Nassau county. Florida. Building. cor. 2nd and Ash sts.:Ia- N'WEM DRLLAD taxes for the year erreed.nig; w!ic )7h (7,1- date F-ir.. ,,-,ty. AD 1o22r
Attest: Frank -l irOSaO proclamation shall state the munlipal ada. dated Fec:,r,..ar% 27t, A D 11P22
0. T. WEAVER. ector J. Kar r: Clerk: J. lt.r --. EVIC) purchases for which, a. provided by HINTAN J HAK
SSTeresy. rai sra. cIrT or FEICINANDIA FUNDLG this ordinance, the roceed-s rf sale of Attrn-y '.r r' air.t..
-- ----- -- WARD No 4. Polling Place: Va- AND iEU V_ VMET KOWID. which bonds shall b used













pace 1FM


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, IFRNANDINA, FLORIDA


Fridag, Mare17, 1022


- m


MiSTS RAISE


13O,OOO,E CASH

ALL GENERAL WORK STRENOTH-
ENED BY 75 MILLION CAM-
PAIGN. IT IS SHOWN.

WHERE THE MONEY GOES

9Sms That Have Been Apprepriated
To Varleou Objects Set Forth
By Hedquartors OffIce A
Nashville, Tenn.


Or. K. 01. Bapttis Representative In
a *rope. ost Left. and P. V. Pavteff of
All Rueesan Baptist Union.
fIrom the beginning of the Baptist
TS Million Campaign to January, 1922.
Stotal f $30,356.319.41 had been paid
la to objects fooItere-l by the CaI '
pals, It is announced by the gerseral
headquarters office at Nashville. Of
this amount $Ca8.m1,.971.16 caine Ina
through the payment of regular Cam-
paign subtTripthons and the remaining
1.556 .340.26 In special contributions.'
Regular receipt from Lthie various
tates follow: Ala.. $1.301.114.;7. Ark..
0l14.613.0; D. of ('.. S123. .M 01"; la.,
I4i.763.53: Ga. 3.04M.174 10; IU., I
9.,57ti.13; Ky 3.137.656.16; La..
107.,1.13.; Md.. $393.517.46; Miss..
1.343.846.6)0; Mo.. $l.lIK.7h4. 70; N. M..
S1465.29.97; N. '.. *2.211.741.. 0; Okla..
SI-0 2 65; a. C.. $2.633.A40.53; Tea..
11.797.43 .10; Tex., !5'.12t.6r58.85.; Va..
&,M79.085. More than 25 &.0*l1o baptism
wero reported by Sout hern Baptist i
churehbes last year.
How Money Was Diastributed
Seven general ohjeets of the denom-
Intion were embraced In the Cam-
valga program. and from the regular
Campaign contributions thol-.e objects
have received the followlitta aliloults.
according to a compilation by the hea-
qualters office: FoireIgn missions. $5.-
44,012.53; bount. m ulsatlos. $3.562.-
M-.67; state missions In the- seventeen
states and local work in the iltatrict
of Colutabia. $4.-t.4.M13.26; Christian
education. $7.19Z.44.;79; Baptist hue-
plal. $2.004.999!o 'i; orphauages. $2.-
104.787.33; and Kellef and Aanulty
Board. which niintiaters to ated do-
pedent minniit-;r1 and their fauiliesll
$7T.12,.99.
What Money Has Done
These funds reipr.ienut an advance.
raging from t2, teo 3,10 per cent. la
the contrlbultins .r af uthern Flapthle
to their gen ieral! iantaiiAlinry. eduacae
Usual and be\lteie-iA sirk. prior to
the lanusuration ..r the Ca'mpaign, and
have enabled th- '-).,als and other
agenieis tea sr".p a i ext-nld their serv-
eso In 'all deilais:,.tnita. In addition
to aoenditug ,it ;. ilie I mto iti miUi
tsioareds since t!e t'.linpallen began l
aM providingK iisi'% slhua:cta bulldingu.
mission resideti-,s. stahcola. theoIog-
Jeal semlnar.e,-. publishing bouaes.
hospitals and the like on the older
fields thte 'our.-gt \iis.hton Hoard has
boo oenablel tio ,.1+.eti \%ork In the n ie
fTllda of S1pait. J ,sg Slavla. Hungary
uumniia hilt! :-i.I tier u R asiai ti
lukrope. and 'aler'tuir. Syria and St-
berta In Asia. ait II Ktes'ret Oi.l:, for
many years a im:.-.itiai.r)> n Itall. but
morte recently a p ietat r in Kansas ilty.
has been named s(pestlal European rep-
resentatlve to suptiI ;viiie the greAtly
expanded isirk en tmit conillnout. Dr.
Gill tIo gKiving Iniach of hi' time to djl
tributing i Hajt,' :e-.-r Tunils in Rus,
al and ol:.rrimi-e- lhokting after the ia-
terests of th*e: it- nm.liatlon there.
Home Work Enlarged
Amnona titcl J. ilaiiA;lnl accomplish.
maOets 'f the Hlisoe Mittioui Board anr
the aiding of n.o ':e than 1.oo churches
with loans, and ifts rf-r church balld
Iag. ccouiplatian iof their bhi tuberculo-
ste sanatorium at : lPas.,, enlarge
mnoat of the ,:k In uba and the
Canal Zone. o:re:.-t**nlilng of the 37
mountain ulis .,r. shuoa aad the doe-
sloopaeUnt of all ls,-e i departumeats
of the work of t!i. Hoard. Lu all -ey-
eMteen states t'oaventll n the '?t.h."- .tissiou wurk ha
been greatly x'Veadae-. the uinumber of
Baptists hospital. in the South has
bees increased fr three, all of the uhelr eighteen Baptiat
orphanages have t-een aided in mate-
rtal ways and twl :.-w ones have bees
established. wh!le tl e number of aged
dependent minist'r.s and their fatllie
has been doubh-d and the amount of
aid given them ltmarease-d 100 per ceat.
Collections Are Puahed
While the collect .ones so far repro-
seat a big gain over the oontrlbuttola,
of Southern Bapt si to their work tie.,
foelt the Campaign. the sum collectedl
sla not all that Is due and In all the,
loth an effort le being s made o o sas much more a posIble by the '


GAME IN ARCTIC ABUNDANT

Hunters Have Had the Best Season
They Have Enjoyed for the
Last Twenty Years.

Accordmig to tinail advice frots
N.i.,w. Alabka. this is the lperiodic "Year
ul alulilidant wild nUlliitl life in the
Ar.i rr gioeni.
Isuri3 w inter. with tireuienldoiusly
Ir:*,.r ice dot l in the Itehring isea.
;;.-e alie natives of Kuliebtle mostad
thi- iuu.t prolitublle polar ti.ar hunting
in 24* ..-;ers. More of Ihase animals
ls\-e lit-en dslot or killed to date than
fotr munii v-,ar's uaOilMlinD. Only in
s.4.*i.tn;ien'l.\ se--re wialr.- dsoe. this
tiea J-1 4at ,t;h Aritic abound we ftar
....ath. A.e--orlisagly Northiwest Ala,-
Laios ir-|iaredl for a: lung. 'vaid winter.
Tlw thilh king of lthe -nrtlhern
regiona-. is : u-saiulined hunter-sailor-
lhi lie.I. litas n1 tixed haildtat. but
g-es where gitane Is luamt plentiful.
'eiuain ,shown with the I* pack frumi
liar N.rthi when the seal. walrus 5ad
whale IIo3ie.
I alike :in% father animal. thle polar
Iac'r keep- tu thb lse. aand will swek
biore" i.411y liuen cut Us frown ,open
wailt.r IIt I- the tIet swimmer of the
auiinial world. l.oo.e-jonlted. un-
goainl. illyv eiskilin. will a skin that
Ait-. l0:aill%. Illh e-re-.Ature is. IhMweIver.

\> ~a;iieie- hlaws will ever guard the
::riea;i ).l:ir Ia.ar. fotr hei lIves in a
r.:i,,n httl frequented by lumani
I-ia.I-,% ilad keeps entirely out of sight.
I-;%-rr. "_: .4ear-. **r oftener a severe
itlnter will Indii.e them to travel l.MUU
nmalp-s ..utliwnrd iand thus beestme the
\l-tijus ,of tie li) tjid4isance rill" eof
the hsmlaii'rs..

FIRST ON AMERICAN STAGE

*Beggar's Opera" Caused Some Ce.-
troversy When It Was Preduced
at New York in 1751.

The firit Ianu.sleal play presented
lipon tlhe Anieri,'an stage was "TheI
lte-ggar'.s otpera." by Jolhna Gay. whielh
wtls prroulced at the Nassau Street
theater in Nrw York *171 years ago.
A -*nxilmderahtle lrsoimortlion of the 10.-
Ifll l|i*ri|le ilien 'ciiiprising ihe putpu-
lliiont of rN-i Y Vrk attlefded the per-
formiamn.e. altthoui;:h aIhere were not a
few whi. pr.ot,-l.t.l against thle "god-
le.s ffsir" and threatened to "have
the law ,on it."
TIrh Murra:y & Kean company. a
land of si.elatians who went to New
York froun i lihdillpaiha. was retaplo-
illeh- for tife I.roedistetlho. It was a
lp,.t-lit |lerfortianr'e for Thlsomeua Keatn.
whio .raesonally -alled on the leadilg
citizens uand ,-std ic-kets. Thie per-
fortiane began at U6 o'irhl-k and was
,'ver at 4:4.. A harlequin dance, a
ilerret ldan-ce Anid "The Dirunken
Postnant" were iprmeented ass "entertain.
tesnts between thlie acts."
"The leggar' o pera" was long
popular, and sous- .f its lines are sUll
quoted. among then: "llHow happy
should I Ie with either, were t'other
tear 'hiariear away '"- 4'hicago Jour-


She Was Used to It.
A beo. oil a lthy'le whizzed around
it i-orner anld ki.e-kedl a woeIan down.
he Selitmu.le ave Imi built of oimAethling
isnre.l dlurmale thaIin hones. for before
fh lNo 'roaul idrilht his wheel aud get
| t, il she hae d -mniMbled I her Itfeel.
.sidi. eirilg his inltentlihn of flr'-t aid.
remarked*:
"Thlank you. eon. I'ii resal elilgt."'
Tlie youingrter was awful sorry. and
a ts ti..lt: so. hi the lhist-st way a
la"s la<, a'ste h sheet t nt derrupted.
'"Thai't, all rniet Thls wuakes the
ihar -o.lit ab, m.iesf Is It by row. The
fir-? uah<-t iia, ie.uiiiolle--pul me In
hed f.,r a week. T'ihe rse oiad-femder
*lI itlht imac -osldc laid me up two days
|aind 1 clfall preiahhly bee as spry as
.ever tfoanomrro ; laek harts a little, but
haimt h'ui thhaiikinig you for Is you are
liar ,.lm caim sf tih, three 'who look the
l,,lihm ll. t t e t- l -orrv "
i iitl h.1,\- ltiess ea y thina is---
ul h-li '.,i .-ft u<.', to it '- Nianne
I.lunamter In the W\a.shlingtoun Star.

Jews of New York.
Theew are l.,iUNli- Jews lu tnirmler
*New York OLearll :30 (per *eut of lice


entire population. observeFs Foreignu
l.amiuage Infoernatlon Servhe-. Thls
inumlelr equals Ithe total population of
Philadellphla. or Ielrolt and (1'eve-
latnd iut toogethe-r or BIffalo. .salS
Fratniis'o lnd m I'ftslaurgh combined
or (tI.- flthe Illu listohu of Boston.
The 1..111i.010i are dll-trlbuted as fol-
los: Eait side ,of Manhattan. :33,01);
Harlemii. oti:.mlai: iron, 311.O1tw: WI!-
liaamstairgt. 1. 401t; East .New Vrk. l 4.W0): Borough
park. til;.EtaI: Queeni. 2'l.IAI: RiM.,-
momnd. .1 .l1. i Iand p 4 battered. 127.4W00.
Thi-. llopialmtlati slieplorts 12 Jewish
theater-. .'4.tils IrirNery and dellcate-s.
e-a teh..rr-. 341io .statiotaery. cigar anid
ealndy mdt.-res. '.-lO meaitet shop,. itOH
drug st<.re-s. 7 t1 shoe stores 27."i hard-
ware Stlorer. ".'.0 i,;aitI ho|ps, 2.40 furnl-
ture torea-< ,an.d 1.o electrial dealers.

Law-Abiding Bootlegger.
The philosophy of the modern boot-
legger i6 illustrated in a story now
goiliK thie ir0outnle Iln Wamwielttnon-aa
tory lirls hau %arrhetrd it al appeal to
snlle of the highelsst lfficlals of the
goertaitusmt.
It wseim thuit a "regular eustomner"
called iup hil on particular bootlegger
a night ..r tuI.. io aust) asked hlu what
be had in stock.
"Well." repliest the R. I... "I have
suite Scut'li. s.hit0h rye. souee hourboun
a little ian lalid a litlle %termiouth."
"H stte ola ii.vy alltlt'" Inquired
ithe cuneton'er.
1 -- l i.. nAM h sm. n-, ... I --


EGYPT UNDER BRITISH RULE


Population of Nearly Thirteen Million
Il Decidedly Coeemep*ltan in
Its Character.

lgypt Is a country e-eedt.llig l
actual extent France and (teruiany.
Its area is some 424.0Utl siluare ii!.-.
buit of this totil nmoreb m1t Ull9 % .r
rentl Is desert laa!d s.upiorting ePil a
very scanlty noumad population. The.
Important part of the country. uton-
sistIng (of the valley atnd<1 eila of the,
Nile together witli the we-!ern otmtes.
covers ain area of 12.2'-%i '.ilure ieile.
or a territory only a little Ittrger thllian
Belgium. In adlditioni. .sume "'.'i
qulllare liile -uSoliprlaeth U- strf.t--e of
ti.- Nile. tmarihers alid lakes,. hjile
canals. roalts and dale. phlaeltiIations
<-smer another I.VU square iiiils.
Y:gypt. therefore i. a mA-all -toulntr.
with well-defined tnatimrti lounl:deri.es
oin three sides. a.imaely. tihe Medite-r
ranlien on the nitth. the Arahinti
desert and the Red sea on tihe e.ai.
and the Libyan duetsrt on the ~us-st.
To the south IK:g.tI etlelrtsl. ul, to :i
point *i:* 5nilet niorih ol \Vadli Hialft
tell thl sose.n adl sta:ira:st e4f the' \ile.
The present p|plamInliMiO olf I.Kilt IIs
12.741;i,7 .as, 1 0oinp:-irt-id wiili 11.'..47
:.t In l1lT. with 9.734.441C'. i in .7.
auld witle h .. Ctl .111 thi 1,%. ottf iM.f
totaJ (-,oulatioln l.ti, i4t: riir I*:Kgyl-
tluies., t k*'.l2 1.4 e ti, 4ili .1".. 1 t-
llain". allnd ''21.1: it lfretierr. m:nde- up
as *foll.tls: 'Ti'urk-. t -'.': reeirk.
61.973:; lltaliatis. 34.%t*%;-; I|rivish. -4.'.
t'l':: Frei.h asail TinT l-i:tin 14.:501; I
Aimstro Hun;garialis. 7.7T4 ; itei:, i-s.
!.4t10: ;Geriuli. l.s7t;: other Eur-
peaans. 2.11#;: and Per-ians. 1.:-4.

CALLOW YOUTH IN DISCARD

Statement Made That He Has Little
Real Chance When Middle Age
Gees A-Wooing.

Miss Mlarcellue Siokes is a st-lal
worker of 'hicKage, We' regret that
Mila Stokes does not give her own age
along with aml u'atleuiml' discus..lon o(o
allialtle. observe. the Ne-w l ork Tele
graph. However. Ler views are inter-
esting. tshe lnfoorms us that this Ia
aa epoc-h of the tmlliddle aged beau;
that yount g grl-, lreler at hushands
"'hard boiled uld men toI hlif-bakedl
j)outh.'" 'l'e llappier'a heurt beati i|
retponsive to, lhe imaile pier.s1on of forty
five. "ll startle mlise." she exclaiisi
aitd we are- ati siirprised. A gre.Ait
iany things startle the lady or lie
genlt-lman who 'ountetpliipt-' Iualri-
agony werelyu as nailt inlterrt Wte are fain to believe she is ior
than half right. at that. and there are
reasonn. Young women tof ;a t generati.lr
or so ago did not cotiine in comalt ilti
ithe ntitured unincumabered man ol
forty-1i'e. The girl. were at hosue
dtaing housework Now they ga;
abroad. they enemouinler Ihe -eterans iin
IlusineMs and elsewhere ansd naturally
they make conmpurlonab. Andti when
coniparlsons are miadllde II allow
yoUth get Thatl i all there is to it.
Thie girl. are wiser aud inure 4else-
tlive thuli other inIothers or their grand-
mothers were.

Babylonian Civilization.
l.oii.'. oatl ias Hsh.iltiaun l11l dating
liaek*- ". Ula -itr l lofore the 'liristiaim
era hliae lw..n discovered al Kois;
N-ek. Asia Minolr. "The city wu,
n:aeutl iurus; it eemus to ihae beet
eone if tlie -earlies t houies of felinismn
it n, aIndlh*d l oaf Sk..ilhi.*.. .....


Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality
We state it a, our honest
belief that the tobaccos usl
in Chesterfield re of finer
quality (and hence ot better
taste) thin i, anyv other
cigarette at the prke.
Lagea Myers TeanwcCe.


Lower Pricos
20 now 18C
10 now 9c
(Two 10's-lkc)


Chesterfield

CIGARETTES
of fldsh and Domestic tobaccos-4blemd"


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IS YOUR HEALTH


GRADUALLY SUPPING?


Ibuerigl Ezperice d a Tenas Lady We Declares That if More
We Kmew AbMt Carui1e W d ie Spare
N"hc SIckmS a Waffy.


'avasota, Texas.-Mrs. W. M. Pedea,
of Ibis place,relates the following interest-
ing account of how she recovered her
strength, having realized that she was
actually losing her health:
"Heal&t is t e greatest ling in e
world, and when you feel that graduly
slipping away from you, you certnioy it
up aMd take notce. That is what I did
some time ago when I oumd myself i a
very nervous, run-down comditio eof
health. I was sotired ad felt so lifeless
I could hardly go at all.
"1 was just no0 account for work. I
wodd get a bucket of water and would
eel so weak I would have to set it down
bree I fell likelcould liHt ittotheAdL.
In this couditiou, of course, to do even
my housework was a task almaMt e-
possible to accomplish.
"I was nervous and easily upe.


I couldn't rest well :.t i ghtl a:d was. ..
jst lifeless.
"1 hard of Cardui lid a'tler re dui .1 I
decided I had some tenatle trouble that
was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui
audbeaiit .
"Ina mery sloirt ''tic le fter I began the
C i Hoe Treatment I saw an im-
piovewiet amd it wa-n't longdudil I was
al g --good appetite, splendid rest.
aid amc strouer so that I ertsily did mny
bouse work.
"Later I took a bottle of Cardul as a
toic. I can recommend Cardui and glad-
ly do so, r ift mone women knew. It
ll save a great deal of worry and

Tlhe ensuiasic praise of thousands of
e mer wome who have found Cardui
helpful sold convince you that t f
worth tryg. All druggists sell iL
LW


I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t'hamberlain's Cough Item
i ~~Nothingl.Sm G(-ood Fora:
Corner Alachua and Fifth Mc


I'lyft


Iion. The ruiln Ipro've that tihe .o, J. N. Ford, A. B., Th. B., Pas- I'oiuh or Cohl
unity which lived there was partly) tor.
iallitary and partial) commercial. Iaulnel SUNDAY. "Evervolul wlito, li la i.iii
form in.4.r4prollohns ^ii iil odd de Chamberlain's. (o itw.l ..lhv
t ils .* o he o. u .,r ni ianl.n u f tie City. Bible School, 9:45 a. m Goodispe Chamb erlainl f i t. ~ m i ,l i.ai
which .as g. ternedi b a prince ant classes and teachers for all age wai d p. Mil Alt .
a flrefetl. assistael toy -a pru,-e.s ail ltipils. W. H. Sims, Superin. Pa., Peopc llehi u, a tt- v. I i:
a woniamI pr-fe-t. 'ses-e le-,.vers are telldent. P! re plet %1 j0- .l1 1n i.. ,.
<1ld, to hate i,e..n precisely eiml tc Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. preparation art set ui"I ,ift i>t-l4i
thii e of their male 'ollesuw.t Record Evening WVorship, 7:30 p. m with anlly there. Iti i .- h-.lt

have regenlar ol.stal the ery ervien Good music and a cordial wel-r k
written ion baked I les .f a crulat come awaits all.
-liape. teferen-es to an eitarly form B. Y. P. U., Monday, 7:00 p The Thurs-dt AI \lt'lilien i
of the bihtik ,h-,eck *yiteim hIa:ve 1,4e4-i m. Miss Corine Hernandez Bridge Club has et'; sli 'eti::n-
di.cs-er,.ied.l a i re-r o'tie 'k heitir f whic-h '.,nta.tlin i.a-srisc-t i to fhee ad- Prayer Service Wednesday
dross.te to, pay to ite lter.s n nuintad In Evening, 7:30. Conference fo- E ent m
It a s1ttted silli9. lowing first Sunday. Excellent .rmed for nsp-
W. M. S.. Mrs. J. J. Rhodes to i
Township Has Ten Residents. president, meets in church on
'The 1nmsti ..tuit Iue,., <.i earth Monday following first Sunday, It would ln. hard Io iiuli a lbt-
: ir-elnt is ..aid l., Ie ti., Imli.shll 3:30 p. m. ter rtmt-dyv for ci nistoilatitlio
* I.e-T'artrel;uadr, i. tsie ,, l art- Ci rcles of W. M. S. meet inthan Clhamberlaii.'s Tahllt.;..
reldvilt4lie-t iW.aI' li. ar leeit. Paris T.h
Ne'er lash- time i.fr : i'-,ud its residences on Monday following: They a re easy to lake. anla nillI
pinmulaii. i.a a; es--tt ten souls. out' third Sunday, 3:30 p. m. and gei tle itn effec-t-. 4la' -I ilt.ni
it..r ot h..u arite elpig lt- t.o oticeS a trial Whlim *,,i ha' t,,+1ss
itui eal-h Frecllh oimmmuine. under -~o_ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
inhabitalit-. mu-1 hniae te' i allderten. CHURCH -
I.C Tauartre-;aiielmrash e|.ht- Iitr first fout
without a dias-%,in1, t, te nslid then itll Ir. Eugene Daniel. Minister.Y Opt A, .o.. .7f/,,,,, .
miless six out-idler- tao help steer hel SUNDAY.
*a-n.e oft slate. .it-e alrnli iitudget I. Sabboth School, 9:45 a. m.
I.i n trails iThe pr-eiet iterk nys., Public Worship, 11 a. m.
" l'l na riei as fa:ir-.' Hi- predecessor Evening service, 7:30 p. m.
t"dals hait hi ul de, adte hi recorded Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. imn.
thwame eirth. anid ts's, leat Iut 1t WEDNESDAY. t, Il- It sl
marriage' Yet to, tae thi- .olamuiunel
di-'scied r anosextd ei %lid st i-u I .Prayer-Service and lecture, .,,,~aad
neunse austs altd iuake ten persoui un ao7:45 p. m.
happy for ever u:t.-r.


Found Cure For Indigestion
Improvement on Banjo.
A new baajjo is -pet'ally desigiued "1 use Chamberlain's Stomach
to meet the requireluwiit of dative or- and Liver Tablets for indiges-
chestras, stage lierfortnai-ers a1til1 play- tion and find they suit .iw\ case
ing in laige hall. 'rThe hbanJl. de- better than any dyspepsia rem-1
-scriteed in P',e.'!a:i M11. chia Al Maga edv I have -ver tried and I have,
itne. has a .s.,,i. -ou din? i..mr, i used many different medicines.
-et Ju- t ba-k sf the head. A horn.- am nearly fifty one 'earq of
opetiing front thie sp.ne,-e .etweelta the
head usId .eouiing h..-ard. iPas.e age and have suffered a great
through ti tranm.- ret the et, ru,.,mett deal from indigestion. I can
und throws tin ire to h iue of -.und: eat almost anything I want to,
forward Into the hall A s.'es -c board now," writes George W. Emery,
covert the back of tlhe instrum.eit. Rock Mills. Ala. These tablets
Thisnot .onh im_,,-reres th. a.e sati contain no pe sin but ,trenrth.


CH II K(H. .401 ITH

Brom sate' l'Kfh'and Sixth staS.
V ul Kendall, Past4or.
I bit cii a r' oft'%m-rvicees.
SUtNDAY.
-iuilisday sthiml. 14) a. mi.
Oilh jit,'worihip. 11 a. nm.
Evf>.s-iog ss'l'vist'. -:34).
i.IIW(111ilh IAtatgtit. 7 p.flm.
\I~na~ .Younr Women's




i. Wedit esdaty Mid-week pray-
siIhies~tifir. -7 :340.
1.s'4Ml nitisis. Christian fellow-
.hmip-A Church ilonte.
.' theartily'invited.


lThe P'neumo~nia Month


.\l1irhi is a ltypic:l pneumonia
iti mit :attd ustially gives a high
ait, ,lt moiirtlality lfor the disease.
.\llt.r ; l tiIc -.\st.ni lIose. much of its
St.-;iat< ;le and |ople grow care-
h..I. \\ hei every cold, noI mat-
Iter h.>v .slight. is given prompt
;tld iniitlligeint attentionn. there
i< tuch less danger of pneu-
!iiiniai. It should le leow rne in
1ttilid that pneumonia is a germ
Ilisease and re-eds in the throat.
i 'latiilrhtlin'.s 'fougih Remedy is
:ti txpctitranit and cleans out
Ih, getrm ladetned mucus and
itl 1nl ,ur-es a eold lbut pre-
\.it it.s resulting in pneu-
rtllit. It is pleasant to take.
I hillb .iis take it willingly.


Let us do your printing.


Send Your

DYIES IN D CLE
TO


ROGERS I JONIES

611 libSLJacb Till. F i.
We PIrepay Parcel Postage on
K'ftturning. Florida's Largest and
Finest Equipped French Dr.
'leaning and S e-un Dleinv
I'lant.


.C, .c Afta na


nAmra-ceus Pdlan


eone Aotel

MON. Manager
na. .la.


All Meals 75 Cents


&SUNDAY DINNERS
NOON ANDU EVENINGm

$1000


Make Your Reservations for Sunday
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Di.re strict No. C.


..I %%.,ndi ti~lleof

The First National Bank
At F~erri. Y,.Iiia. ill thq State of Fiorlaa. at the Clos


L.."Ins and Di.-o-Ouint.. including
Sonillit a ~nd a4- 6?22412.64
o%* .t.i rai't1%I a,-st-eured 9.36,
U. S 4;4~.%-virzivitnt Securities owned:
P ~posait.:d I.'. .curt. ci scula-
ta,n (IT. S. I...id.-. Par-Value. 100.0".00
All other U~nited1State-s Govt.

Htankinic i-toivw;. Si11,U.4th't: F'urnituro and
Fa.xL'zres. $5,.000.00O ... ............ -- 16.4"."
Rea'l ettie e.pimed other qmaaiu banking bouse 6.0OO.06
1.41 mfui re-ser-ve wiLth Vederal Resert*
I ~j' %'. all. t-4via~ l It laflk in r41-
41 .I. i 4sts 4 114t, ~available. a.%
4*3.4i1 in la ult and a1z14uilt due from Na-
.timawunt due from state. banks. bankers
-end tr~taeefpaniv.-4 in the United
-.tastes tothi-r than sn. itided in item

V ks acitirebunk~s I-wate .alide of city or
to~ra of re:,,.rtinA Ihailk and other
dlue I row 1' .:i'rra -urv AW


4,11pital .3t-hlj Litd lit
Surplus; lund
R~i-ner% '.1 I -v fa
inter..%I al;iie


ovitt'rfEst. .t itl~lm xE$ pait41 -.;:90.49
Viri's1.11 tins!fluts-'4 tputtandilng ........ -..
Atiot.uiat dutie14- SUIr 1le Iiahs. bankersa zad
rust *.*8l3.'tawes ire hut Units-d States
-&n4 forT-iatla *uttts-i e5 father than in-
-elided fint ItC&.a,:.'I ald !22
1.rtifit-41,-a..4.s jllatjtm-alawli
O.vshivr's OeeL.N ont ownfbminks ouuttind

lh-Inanmd Depubit.-
Stale. counetv or otho-r- uautsilcipal 41. 4Dits
aecured b',, pledic' a'! as."Is ot this
nteais k
I thvid.*nds ma npa, ad
Toa #ffleirm 1141 d
t tIe i lE lke j(et-sits-
PIP:4tN1 .Iing24 depOsits
TotIal of time deposits subject to Rte-
-4ervte $Ct484.
Sl~g.e i.t..-s dipfp-A~tst


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3 4."96.2's


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1.44'. 14


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Stale.eiOf I"Iorida. COUnt'.411 N~AMS&U. 33:
1. C. S. Binnicke-r. Va.s~hior of the above-aamaae
bank. doslt. aiemty swunr that the above Statemnent In
true tia the beat of iny knowledge and beele.
lPeal) C. S. DINNICKEL .Cashler.
tnuribed t :4-,%%Is'.. 'rn t~Io eftor.nt- methis 15th.dm
OSE AL1. W S WHiTN'HY. Netlary I'valoisti
4 'oh e. Atte-St:
E~VERETT MII~MLL.
HINTON J. aRAICER.
4111AS. 3.J. iVVS..
Directors..


LOCAL AND PERSONAL


S. R. Merrow went
oInville Monday.


to Jack-


Buy your Winter Coat now
and save money at Mularkey's.
Joe Roux spent Tuesday in
Jacksonville.
Tanlac is appetizing and in-
vigorating. Try it today. For
.sale by J. L. Horsey.
Every Friday, Fresh Vegeta-
bles and Country Eggs. United
Fruit & Cigar Store. Phone 260.
C. C. Jones,c of Callahan. was
a visitor to the county seat on
Wednesday.


Portina Cigars at the
Fruit & Cigar Store.
260.


United
Phone


J. W. Vanzant. of the Lessie
.section, was greeting his friends
here yesterday.

Hav-a-Tampa cigar at the
United Fruit & Cigar Store.
Phone 260.
R. 11. Jones. of Callahan. wa.s
a visitor to the county seat on
Wednesday.

Japanese Grass Rugs. 6x9 ft.
at $3.98 each. Larger sizes also
priced very low at Mularkey's.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fitch and
young son. William, of Jackson-
ville. spl nt Wednesday in town.
Mrs. E. W. Donegan and
children, of Waldo, spent from
Friday until Monday with the
former's sister. Mrs. C. Prewitt.

Chickens. Fresh Country
Eggs, and Vegetables always on
hand. Prompt delivery. Cali-
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
Mr. atid Mrs. Albert Goss, Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Stewart, Mrs. Joe
Zavatky. Miss Aileen Brown
....^ X Ef ..,....

Miss Thelma Shave has r
turned from Blackstone, Vi
where she has been attendii
Blackstone College.

We have another lot of Wi
dow Shades, White, Yellow am
dark Green at 50c each at Ma
arkey's.


Miss Marie Ryan.
York City, is the
guest of Mrs. N. B. I
an extended visit.


of Ne
attract
Borden f


Miss Waterman Founta
Pens, Gold and Silver, trim
and plain, also the Waterm
Inks at Suhrer's.

Mrs. E. W. Bailey left
Tuesday for Tampa, having be
called there on account of the i
ness of her daughter, Mrs. H.
Struss.

Bee brand, Congress, Bicy
and other playing cards. A]
score cards in new designs, ju
received at Suhrer's.

S. C. Braddock, of Hillia
county Commissioner from th
district, was here Wednesday
attend the regular .monti
meeting of the board.

Send your dyeing and l el
ing to Rogers & Jones, 611 MP
St., Jacksonville, Fla. We p
pay parcel postage on return

C. J. Davis, Jr. of Jacks(
ville, spent Tuesday here w
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Davis, at their home on Ath
tic Avenue.

Chickens, Fresh Counr
Eggs, and Vegetables always
hand. Prompt delivery. C
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 1
Miss LaRue Davis, ofChat
nooga, Tenn., only weighed
pounds. After taking th
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TIRES. TUBES, ACCESSORIES, GAS AND OILS

Batteries Recharged, Cars Washed and Polihed


Phone 70


PROMPT AND EFFICIENT KiuVlCk


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King's Cash Grocery


STAPLE AND FANCY GROCElklaI
Quality Goods for Particular Pesple


We Only Handle the Best


Corner Center and 4th


E. L. Jon.i and family, of
'allahan, spent several days
ere this week, the guests of C.
'rewitt and family.


J. R.
countyy


Braddock, of Callahan,
commissioner from the


ifth district, was here on Wed-
esday to attend the regular
monthly meeting of the board.

Chickens. Fresh Country
Eggs, and Vegetables always on
rand. Prompt delivery. Cali-
ornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.

Mrs. Milton E. Lord. after a
delightful visit with Mr. and
irs. Albert D. Simon of the
Keystone, has returned to her
home in Lexington, Ky.


Subscriptions taken
Cal's Magazine. $1.00
New patterns received
Mularkey's.


for Mc-
a year.
daily at


Among those who were regis-
ered at the Keystone last Sun-
lay were Mr. and Mrs. Linwood
Jeffreys and Mr. and Mrs. Tom
McGiffin, of Jacksonville.
Chickens, Fresh Country
Eggs, and Vegetables always on
hand. Prompt delivery. Cali-
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
Senator Jas. E. Calkins, who
ias just returned from a trip to
Washington, D. C.. is register-
ed at the Keystone for a few
lays, much to the delight of his
many friends.
Don't forget that the Jack-
sonville bus starts without fail
at 8:30 a. m. from the Keystone
Hotel. Phone 65. $3 each, round
trip. 1-13-tf
, Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. & A.
M., held a very interesting meet-
ing on Tuesday evening. There
was work in the M. M. degree,
three -amlid:ates having bten
initiated.

Your Eversharp Pencil is
waiting your call at Suhrer's.
Also soft. medium and hard
leads 15c box. Indelible leads
25c.

Mrs. Faith McLucas. manager
for the Postal Telegraph Co.. is
spending the week-end with her
little son, who resides at the
home of his grandparents in At-
lanta. Ga.
FOUND-Automobile crank.
Owner may have same by call-
ing at this office and paying for
this advertisement.
Ward Anderson is holding
down the Postal Telegraph sta-
tion here during the absence of
the manager. We are always
glad to see home talent develop-
ing.


The Leader
desk blotters,


has a supply of
size 19x24, that


can be had at a very reasonable
price. It's worth while to in-
vestigate.

Mrs. Wallace Neff. of Wash-
ington, D. C., who will be re-
membered as Miss Florrie Yulee,
arrived in town on Monday and
will be here for an extended vis-
it at the Keystone.

Kirsch brass flat curtains
A,&l A .,- & j -__" cr__i-. orE..*


Ph.. 15i


Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Klotz
and two children, Mrs. D. J.
Hopkins and Mrs. E. R. Hop-
kins, motored to Jacksonville on
Sunday, returning home in the
evening.

Bleached Table lnimsA1r, 60
inches wide, as a help to thrifty
housekeepers to reduce expen-
ses. Now offered at 49c yd. at
Mularkey's.

Col. and Mrs. William E. A.
Bulkeley. of Hartford, Conn.,
and Mrs. DeWitt, of Jackson-j
ville, motored over on Monday
and were the guests of Dr. and
Mrs. J. L. Horsey.


Live agents wanted to handle
city trade for the genuine J. R.
Watkins Products. Write quick
for free sample and parrticilars.
The J. R. Watkins Co., Dept. 74,
Memphis, Tenn. 2-24

Mr. and Mrs. C. Prewitt, Miss
Annie Prewitt and the former's
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L.
Jones, of e al-.hin, spent Mon-
day very pleasantly at Green
Cove Springs and Jacksonville.

Scan the columns of the Lead-
er this week for bargains. Local
business houses are ptering for
your trade, and it will pay you
to look 'em over.

D. L. Hodges, of Hilliard,
member of the school board
from that district, was here
Wednesday to attend the regu-
lar monthly meeting of the
Board of Public Instruction.

We make Clothing to order at
new schedule of low prices that
will interest good dressers. We
know how to make clothes that
look good and feel better at mo-
ney-saving prices at Mularkey's.

M. J. Wilds, of Chester, coun-
ty commissioner from the third
district, was here Wednesday to
be present at the March meet-
ing of the Board of County
Commissioners.

You very naturally desire to
reduce your expenses to meet
readjustments We wish to co-
operate with you in our line of
Dry Goods and Clothing. Your
money's worth or your money
back at Mularkey's.
PLANTS FOR SALE-To-
mato, cabbage, Chinese cab-
bage, 15ec doz.; $1.00 per hund-
red; lettuce, 5c doz., 40c per
hundred; Beats, 50c per hund-
red. T. VAN DE BOGART,
Phone 48W.
S


REX THEATRE


1 4E ~ We biA2wv"


20 1 GAV t M~
'p,2flucer A coupLa

lioce.'r0Y Boymand ttIAt,
ildlt It is!!MV BOY"


Simle .ie#es in Sterling Stilver




for t.M IA. e at a moderate
prive, oompri-may ververs,
lafda, aspea, forks, tc.




C. Srunwa/d, fewer


Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones, Mrs.
Harry lTohwms, and Mrs. Purvis
motored to Jacksonville last Fri-
day with Rev. J. N. Ford.
They went especially to attend
the services at the First Baptist
Church at which Dr. Scarbor-
ough wa& the speaker. Dr.
Scarborough is president of the
Baptist Theological Seminary
at Fort Worth, Texas, from
which seminary Mr. Ford is a
graduate. They were delighted
with the service and the hospi-
tality of the Jacksonville ladies,
who served lunch for all who at-
tended.


In future we can't guarantee
the insertion of news articles
sent in after Wednesday after.
noon. Please be governed ac-
cordingly. It is just as e,-y to
prepare an article for publica-
, tion a little earlier in the week.


SHOE FIXRY


We take care of yo-ur shoe re-
pairs. First-class work ;::aran-
teed. Prices reasonamll. S. W.
GLUCK. next to Uake -lt.e Pak-
ery.

Pay your subscription -,,iw.


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New Dodge Prices


No


For Fernandina


SEDAN ... ......
COUPE ...........
TOURING ............
ROADSTER ..........
TRUCK (Screen)......
TRUCK (Panel) .......
CHASSIS No. 1 and 2..


$1585.00
1420.00
995.00
960.00
980.00
1090.00
830.00


FERNANDINA AUTO


AND GARAGE
T. G. OZMER. Manager


CO.


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CITY TAXES



City Taxes for 1921

due and payable to

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Friday, MarcI 17,1922


REX THEATRE
PROGRAM FOR WEEK OF MARCH 29TH TO 25TH

MONDAY AND TUESDAY

JACKIE COOGAN in "Puck's B Bi"
You can call this a galaxy of good things and still only
come half way to the mark. The deeds of "PECK'S BAD
BOY" are internationally famous and indescribably fun-
ny. This is the biggest announcement that has been
made to the patrons of this theatre im a long while. The
lovable little youngster who won the hearts of all who saw
him in "THE KID" is given even a bigger role in
"PECK'S BAD BOY." The sub-titles were written by
the greatest humorist, IRVIN S. COBB. A picture you
must see. Matinee on Monday at 3:?0;: two shows at
night, 7:30 and 9:00.
WEDNESDAY
"THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM" from the story
by Samuel Merwin. It is a dramatic photoplay with irre-
sistable heart appeal. It is magnificently produced and
the various roles are portrayed by well known screen ar-
tists. It is a picture which once seen, will not soon be
forgotten. Added, "WATER TRAILS." an outdoor pic-
ture. Regular prices, 10 and 25c.
THURSDAY
"THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET," a brand new pic-
ture from the old, old song. You love the song. You'll
never forget the picture. "How dear to my heart are the
scenes of my childhood." Whistle the song and then see
the picture. A picture rich in sentiment, charm and
humor. A happy memory of youthful days. Come see
this; let the picture take you back to the scenes of your
childhood. Added, Gayety Comedy. "WILD & WILLIE."
FRIDAY
ENID BENNETT in "SIL( HOSIERY." Just a
poor little fashion model working in a New York modiste
shop. Watching the foibles, intrigues and worse-of the
wealthy wasters who come to buy clothes. Wondering
IF-But you'll have to see the picture' to know what hap-
pened. A romance as glossy and snug as its name.
SplenAid supporting cast. Added, Comedy. "CHICKEN
HEARTED." 10 and 25c.
SATURDAY
Chapter Two of that famous series, "THE MIS-
TRESS OF THE WORLD." Never has anything created
such enthusiasm as this wonderful series of pictures.
Now showing in down-town New York. Hot off the bat
-thrills a plenty. Be sure and see every chapter. Add-
ed. Mutt & Jeff in "A GHASTLY WALLOP." i
SPECIAL MATINEE at 3:30 for the children,
showing Eddie Polo in his famous serial, "DO OR DIE,"
Westerns and Comedies.

1st Show 7:30; 2nd Show 9:00


Notice of Opening and Cleing of Electors of City of Fernan-
of City Registratim Beks dina.
For Special Bead Election to
Be HeM April 4, 192. RAILWAY RATES! REDUC-
Notice is hereby given that,: ED FARB!
for the registration of electors' -
for the Special Bond Election' Safety! Comfort! Speed!
to be held in the City of Fernan-. Clare's 7 passenger fine tour-
dina on April 4,1922, the regis- ing car. Fernandina-jackson-
tration books of said city will ville bus. $21/j round trip, $1%
Ie open at my office in the City one way. Leaves Keystone Ho.
Hall in said City of Fernandina,; tel 8:30 a. m. Leaves Court
commencing Thursday, March 2,1 House Garage, .Jacksonville, 5
1922, and ending Friday, March p. m. Will call at Old Town by
31, 1922, from 9 a. m. to 12 reservation only, 25 cents extra.
noon, and from 2 p. m. to 5 p. Phone, Fernandina, 65; Jack-
in., daily except Sundays. jsonville, 7458. Sunday ache-
Dated this 2nd day of March, dule by reservation only. Leave
1922. Fernandina, 9:30 a. m.; leave
W.S.WHITNEY, i Jacksonville. 9 p. m., same
As Supervisor of Registration i places as week days.


DISCOVERY BY CHARLIE
CHAPLIN DIDN'T FLUS-
TER JACKIE COOGAN


O 0
of St... Ag Every star of stage or screen
R. K. Boyt, of St. Augustine,must at same time or other.
is in the city for a few weeks, prior to their being a
star, be "discovered." And so it
Miss Gladys Wilds, of Kings- was in the case of Jackie Coog-
land, Ga., and Miss Wilma Wilds, an. star of "Peck's Bad Boy,"
of Chester. were shopping in released by Associated First
Fernandina Wednesday. National Picture, Inc., which
will be seen at the Rex Theatre.
The members of the Epworth Jackie Coogan was "discovered"
League enjoyed an oyster roast by Charlie Chaplin--asleep. The
Friday night of last week near little six-year-older was all cud-
the beach died up in a big leather arm
ba chair which graced the lobby of
,- a Los Angeles Hotel. Chaplin
Mothers see this offer! An as- walking through the chp-m
sortment of tooth brushes, value wasidor. He awing throue h the fat aor-
from 10c to 25c. your choice 5 ldor He saw the bev fast as-
at Suhreers. sleep. He walked nearer him.
at Surer'. He expressed a d( -ire to meet
him. Now the average boy upon
We sell the Everfast Suitings, hearing that Charlie Chaplin
absolutely guaranteed by the waited to meet him, would be
manufacturers to hold the color, the essence of excitement and
in all the leading shades. 45e joy. Not so with Jackie Coogan.
yd. at Mularkey's. Jackie was wrapped tip in his
slumbers. Famous film stars
Judging from the many visi- meant little to him.
tors at the Keystone Hotel dur- Someone shook the youngster.
ing the past few weeks, condi. Jackie rose, rubbing his eyes,
tions in Fernandina necessarily shook hands with Mr. Chaplin
show a decided improvement, and promptly went back to sleep,
dismissing all thoughts of the
E. H. Braddock, of Callahan, introduction from his mind.
was here Wednesday to attend That was the first meeting of
the regular monthly meeting of Chaplin and "the kid," as he is
the Board of Public Instruction, so well known. It would be very
being a member from that dis- .t'1"fi t< ptos. "rit- the feeling
trict. o friendship that now exists be-
S____ tween Mr. Chaplin and Jackie
Two teaspoonsful of Tatlac in Coogan. The little fellow has
a little water taken three times succeeded in burrowing deep un.
a day just before meals will der the comedian's skin-deeper
make you eat better, feel better. probably than any person has or
sleep better and work better. ever will.
For sale by J. L. Horsey, 'Prior to his work in "The
SLKid," Jackie has never seen a
As yet very little has been motion picture camera. Chaplin
done in regard to the baseball taught him all he knows. After
minstrel. Everybody seems an- completing 'The Kid" Jackie
xious for a show to raise the commenced work on "Peck's
necessary funds to fix up the Bad Boy." In this picture, he
diamond and provide an outfit, also assumes the title role,
but no one has really gotten in which is said by those seeing
behind it. Let's go! the Peck film, to give the little
~eh ap every opportunity to dis-
You will look prosperous if play each and every one of his
you will call and invest in one of unique talents. A strong cast
our New Style Straw Hats for supporting Jackie includes
Easter. Good time to order that wheeler Ookman, Doris May,
new Suit to complete your out- Raymond Hatton, Lillian Leigh-
fit and save money at Mu- ton, James Corrigan, Charles
lake's. Hatton, Baby Gloria Wood, and
a others.
At a called meeting of the The Peck picture is in five-
Women's Auxiliary of Theodore reel-feature-comedy length. Sam
SHermandez Post No. 54. Ameri- Wood directed the picture and
ican Legion, the following offi- Irvln S. Cobb has written the
cers were elected: Mrs. Hattie titles for same. It is filled with
Hernandez, president; Mrs. L. comedy situations throughout
L. Bunker, vice president; Mrs aud at the same time a love
P. J. Cone, chaplin; Miss Grace story is beautifully told, via the
Kelly, secretary, succeeding Mrs. efforts of Wheeler Oakman and
Jack Armstrong, and Miss Hor- d aity Doris May.
sey, treasurer, succeeding Mrs R.ex Theatre Monday and
Jack Armstrong Tuesday.


PLANTS FOR SALE- Pon-
derosa Tomato, 15c doz; $1.00
per 100; Stone Tomato, lOc doz.;
75c per 100; Hanson Lettuce, 5c
doz.: 40c per 100; Drumhead
White Cabbage Lettuce, 5e doz;
40c per 100. T. VAN DE BO-
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ST. PETER'S CHURCH
J. W. Bleker, Rector.
Third Sunday in Lent.
Iloly communion, 8 a. m.
Sunday-school 10 a. m.
Morning prayer and serm
11 o'clock. Subject: "The Di
of Self-Testing."
Evening prayer and serm
7:30 o'clock. Text: "God
loved the world that He ga
His only Begotten Son,. ti
whosoever believeth on H
should not perish, but have ev
lasting life."
Monday, 3:30, Woman's AL
iliary Lenten Reading at t
Guild Hall.
Tuesday, 3:30, St. Margare
Guild at the home of Mrs.
Geo. Suhrer.
Wednesday, 3:30, St. Pete
Parish Guild at the home of M
C. W. Weeks.
Lenten services Mond
Tuesday, 5 p. m.; Wednesd
and Friday, 7:30 p. m.
Holy communion, Thursd
10a. m.
No service on Saturday.
Confirmation instruction Si
day, Wednesday; Friday, 3:
p. m. at the church. The rec
will be pleased to confer with
persons desirous of confirn
tion. If the hours apoini
are not convenient for some
ufts or children, the rector i
arrange for an hour that will
convenient for them.
FOR SALE-50-.b. capac
Inner-Chill refrigerator u
but very little. Very che
Apply at this office.


% 0?TI CE
Noti'e is hereby given that
Board of Public Instruction of Nam
county. Florida. in pursuance of a
solution adopted by the Board of F
lic Instruction of Nassau county. F
ida. said board will sell at priv
sale $1.80.O worth of interest bear
time warrants= issued against Sa
Tax School District Number Two
N.assau county. Florida. on the I
day of April. 1922. said warrant be
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WARMAN"S SISEDn No 0 T I C .:
The following warrants were i-- 1-d .1l t-.vrs-us having laiimas against
by th.e moard orf ubHib Ieistriu..>. .*,r Ti. <'..%ilhaan StateM Bank. of Callahan.
Nass.au ounle. rITllt., on i..1 21,.l '.-. r*... ar hert-. \ neetitioed that the!
Aiy tof Februari. A. I). 14t2: ut --i file ro.f > suh rclaimns willt
General Schopw l- nid .1. "1' ".r- I. I:.-.- "- i Ti T American Truit
ingen, per dien. N.40: H lI;rV:-.1 l..-k. 'am.iip.inyv ,f .Ia. khs nvillh-. #on or before-
per diem and lin lac.ge. ij 4v. 1) 1.. t;in i 1tli lda. o f K.Vetruar> 192.. or all
Hodgetis per dliemn and IIinI-a:Ie. $2 .-i'i: .e-is'h l .in.s \will iJw harre-,. under the
J. H. Tyseon, ltullling t ilt fori Yu- w- vt ..i> of the. A4 t ,f 1919. Chapter
lee No. 23. $$7 t.0,i; lh rl,-rt ,l r.lon. iin- ".**, ouf l0. I.... tf l'ft .!rida, npprov-
surance Yulee No. ro:. o0,.: Mrs. ,,. n.. 1.21
Frank Wilds, transportati-ia :4 L live 'i Ir I ST MOS.
months. $42.50; D. K\ N. ., ame. reit ._
Adolphus Braddock. $14o 00; HW., Kt-aimptr.oller. State .of Florida.
Peck. teaching No. I c4ol.. $125.00; A. K. MXirrch 11th. 14?22. -'-
Duhart. same. $60.00. M. 1. Itichard -on.
same. $55.00: Idelia Pinkney. .rmne.
35i.". Florida Ltas, iiia. 5$..i40;
Verdle Taylor same. $55.00. A .1J Ay- (' S. from 5k to 10c at the
er. same. $55.00; Aaron Johnson. i.. from 5c to lOc at thejii-
tor No. 2. $25.00: Delia Wilaon. .ni- United Fruit and Cigar Store.
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