Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: March 31, 1922
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075899
Volume ID: VID00028
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
alephbibnum - 002001190
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AII "Dust 'Em Rhtor A.Brunswick Ga., to ascertain- the
W iIt prd haed by the probable cost of deepening and
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tNO neN tOPPOMIION to be ahs. at the the outgrowth of a visit made to TR RA-AI MW AG CORRECTS RUMORS AFLOAT
OrToS OND THE CRY Ttret on April th. Wahiatton, D. C. several THAT HE IS NO LONGER
MR Som Of s.WM ON At Chester, Nassau county, To siow bow the farmer can moths ago by a delegation of These twelve basic Bahai A RESIDENT OF NASSAU
r T AY AP 1., at 73 'dock, on the ev- t t.he boll weevil and be sue- rmandina citizens relative to principles were enunciated by COUNTY WILL MAKE
N"WTU I "TiRAO o a"o the 2u under the new con- the project. Bah-u h oer sixty yes ago HIS HEADQUARTERS AT
4TH-THE Ri ri o -a e Geore 8e lbee hastometisthe ob- and are to be found in his pub-
BOOKS CLSE TODAY. bel took its flht, after an 8- of the picture, and it attains IrD M A wished fwritag of that time. FERNANDINA.
es of may maths, surrofhd-wrtn-otat-
As next Tuesday, April 4th, ed by mofmber f h ay The established anethed of .The dath of MgRUMP. R.tI P CieLA os Or To the People of Nassau county:
approaches which is theday set and kind and ving often g the evil, the kinds 6 center, whih ocrred Monday Reports are being circulated
for the people of Fermandnfa to Deceased was born in New mhainery used in sprain Wnoig, March 6th, at her EK o Mfhl oW MAMKUND that I have ceased to be a citizen
vote on the question of bonditng York City Sept. 10th. 1864, bat with calcium arseamte adhow home in the Watereak section, Bahallah addresses him- of Nassau county because m
the city for $15,000, hA aaniy resided at Milwake Wis. for the government test this was a sad shock to her relative self to the world of ma saying, duties have kept me away tro
ot its offered a st man yews. L -- de .f and rtec a the ferm A friends. She had be. a s Ye are am the _avm of one Fernnadia a great deal. Some.
temovndtunlsods tferedinstemay eyiears. Thinking 8lt he uomionadrior tetsltae Pr tient fferer for 52 a tree s and the fts of One arbor." of the persona utterng tis r-
considerable feeling under cov- fering from as he lOvie Nd medical aid is o o other thau one the and but ofre misinformed while
. it i y b oo r ed tehis at A s could do was of no avail. the nations or peoples like others are acting ith deliber-
ile today, Friday,ind eas mber of frmd He a lg s sin the pictures of the care- She was a dahter of the late unto the different branches or ate design to I ure me my
ou oday riayt, and uness number of frens'He fsui teura"led by f wing Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ai&tt., las theo and human di- candidacy for re-eetioI. It
you own real estate, have res- mmber of the Masonicd fully the rubs dfe e by ag- of Nassau county. She was viduals are similar to the fruits would be unjust, indeed. t a~t a
teanp your121 cityad 0 .&SloIM110 exrtsfor using l ... ......... f ,.,d .,. ,
t, you can't pa ro 1t cin the V as W Si 1 .arseate and those secur- born April13, 184; was rear and bl som thereof. .whlle citizen should lose his home
election his hoe loe. ed thers w ougt y ia sNassau county and was mar. in all past religious books and identity because tcmipvr-rily
ele bton.d .M. o i hm Ia- ln L by- a hwothot tt e fled Nov. 10, 1909, to Mr. R. U. eptlesk the world of humanity called into a wider ,i-d The bond issue is called for He leaves a w, Mrs. .knew moreabout it than the ex-Ths happ union has been divided into two parts: l service. Were this th cae
the purpose of retire al out- freda Hubbell, sad four chid. p ts. blessed with four one called the "people of the our United States Senators and
standing nda asgit ren Mrs. MaW bel This is one of the pictures Iy: Gladya, Oa ,Book," or the "pure tree," and Congressmen would cease to be-
the city in the my a- o Hubbell, Geroe m r. which the other Railway S ith and an infant on of two the other, the evil tree." One- come citizens of Florida when
ts the First Nati k i Grace bell w Sstem, the vie Nah- month, who will never know a alf of the pe of the world they go to Washington to take
holds, the rema iner o the have the sincere Pathy of Wile, Welr of Ala- moter's love and care. w' were oed as belonging up their public duties, and the
money to be used in enlarging their ummny f re at Chet baI ad AWla t Pointthre be that can takeeto the ithf the other a Governor and all other public
..... .. .. ...of.. other. != t to the irreligious ane o
the city plants and rewiring the and Ferumadina in their sad 'Ra.ds i e aatii with of mother. b-'---to the irreliion" and officials would cease to lkcome
city, t e insulation having hour of affliction. the Souther Bel Mand Cumber- her i- .ediat tie ; oneaiaf of the peo-citizen of their -spective
rotted off of many o the lines The funeral was conducted at l a ad Teiephoie &iao e aph mediate le were m iel to the me counties when they go to the
wh makesthe wire the Methodist church at Chester Ompalwes arse iral tins the Creatr and the other State capital to render public
ous e e to the c ty. Sundayftenoo adth the Lynch ad aed o alf were td as objects service. Such a position can not
It, is pla ed to a. thate umaine a d to amrt the- ttra. A s 71&= o the w oa t r be defended. It is based on
will t pall times cemetery, abobeina two I u ... C-_-rDAE- f m But Bah em4h prote shifting sands. object to a few
w at a tim a be l1aa agim U attmeadng the last sad -& ILVIB CANDIDATE d aht ries .ad e mof the world a humai- of my critics undertaking to -
.to take e oft lashlrimpAeI aL No. 47, F. a .fA.fM.ied. ty---e .b.m ed al- mankind lect my home for me. I am able
SapIltentt5e took charge of the rn As e h an, a W for she nered the an o d -odivinelt. to select my own home. am
.the grave and conducted tf issue for Me- b y er qna mmwmw uPvnmaA'TIA or satisfied with Nassau count .
MR WAAS W TAINS pressive Masonie burial i House of Represen- D i her log Ie lefollowr My loyalty and faithfulness to
--- About sixty Masms wemg ath. group one. Mr. Ogilvie was intense butshe No man oMi fooW' Y Nassau county will stand the
of ad a re nua Me wa l cted to this office three all with the patience of a his ancestors and forefathes. acid test. Iing to have
ne..l of tse mmmhembrs of Orpha D. Bre s i is last term in ur in, and often spoke o Nay, each ut see with his own my services to Nassau county
SC of wsChapter attend and his record as a e ~ She had no fear of eyes, b&r with his own er placed in the scales and weigh-
at thle home of Mrs. W. T. Wa -LA t great l__y but ae faith and truth in ordered
d fm4 to 6. .. ... ___ -ifirri~as of- b -wasa=. Mif fI dounty with havitlived

11 Cbue ivit tihe W. IS ,Su am a a ag..t.r a.d _ereant _aay nd e ya m a am labored for over 20 years, to
toem for a~ thati braseb of tery amid a large crowd d'or-pon blid imitation nmn withhold judgment upon the
to Jobt he for a ss -.D i The Ta i* h.w-mak body peellar- rowig relatives and friends investigate the trth subject of my citizenship until
o accepted the fei $00 in d f ly fit him to serve the people who cameto pay their lat *m nRI have had an opportunity to be
tal-ity of o iw. Tas.,. .-. p-- .poto i of ....d. tand hisg will no -Pes to er whem they held %= .u % heard. Fromnowon I con-
f1ord to their espflbt a"d ev- prove that this ate is so dAit be eal with much sodear.-Bradford Coity T the div reepts is one reality. duct my public duties from my
ery o was easily engaged with way behind the rest of the N to .the people a graph. amt needs be reality, and office in Fernandina and cons
asreoe work sad erhet book try in fein ne lovNas coun. .N. Thus 2 ,s o -re, noty quently will be in the county in-
'e-e work and c t hok try in feminie l. l. misisthe ,,Wann u,,,ncment gW ing ~ M sft he f _e.s of1 .de_.nite.y,_. th._ i e
until someone cafld, "quit." Photographs of any g oer fr" """ .m the fomdaion of The definitely thus givng me a
Mrs. MIler ime lately arose 16 years (unmarried) a in rp one. .e t divine religions is one. But we opportunity to carry my mes-
and reed a fitti poe ed from all sectionsofthe t certain for have sage to every citizen in the coun-
titled. "The adies' Aid." These pictures will be lb *Ied Aaati_ w. at an hour when the come in, certain imitations of ty o JAMEci E. ALK NS.
Lealim hbad gone to = ---.i h t.
Several ieal ietectons from time to time, and at the j ohnMeG ifin of Jackson- Walter. &Sma forms and ceremonials have BASEBAL. BOISHPVIM
were ordered ry sweetly, but close of the contest the j e vi and Fred W. Warde, of ter, Miss Janet RKa erin ept in heret
to a e of the most interet-will decide which is the most Ga, addressed the t beth were iven are they a beea A bolshevist baseball fan iff
lag features was a brief history beautiful one. The $60 will be Fermadinam Business M atlady i e differ: h thse as City. disguised as a
of the .w and work of the paid directly to the girl. AmLw ten'sattenaded sb The ocatMaion t dif fe thei. banker, has started an insdious
Sewio r Cr le inee 1914, when No costs of any kdd aW il&at hotel, stereo the must be a be- Bt i w set a thee t- and dangerous propaganda in
itwas 0 rn d Mrs. Frame, taed to entering, s .ereusaeda seekthe reality of the his suggestion that a btter be
h ewas served. AL- cause enthawi'wsticAelyd1eIIrd"I al
the ad aplned here asking tthing to do more mon, fatherof the by all present tohave be owed t steal frst base. The
and there wby plleasi ho dt the wriphotogrte m e W this splendid idea of highly enjoyable. Features of us religions ne and not idea is that if the batter cannot
al b y all. d be ttea nC's inter- the somewhat out of multiple.-Advertienent. hit the ball, or wants to mix
s. Gtdtem, past presi. back of the ture, giving a a little disappointed over the usual order, notably inlud- things up, he is to be allowed to
denth, rend a beautiful Bible lov e cupation if tuyo t the al e, a only fifty per ed a series of character dance A TINKING-CAP get to first base if he can before
story. Ruth asd Boea contract- employed, and mailed retb!y ato ed the members were press artistialy executed by Miss.... the ball gets there. This Kanaas
ig parties. gaty Trh, lms et. It is hped,. however, that Smith and entitled respectively rmers in the corn belt last City bolshevist-banker says that
After the work wa laid aside Tumpa, Fla. The s me01 the the mam n wil show a no "e Dagger Dance" Momt year received lees than five if appropriate rules are made
our hoates a*ihted by her- photographer should abo be tlcmahe inesea at the next Musieale, "The Ragamuffin" cents an hour for their labor and the trick will be done novelty
daughter, Miss Kate Wan, and given. mnsut. The address of Mes- and incM dentally an exhibition the labor of their wives and will be provided for weary fans.
Mis, Lola Buaker served dl- am. IGiffin and Ward, the lIt. of the technique of toeda4ingr. children, according a speaker The argument supporting this
dons cut cake an cram with BA ARMI MINSTRML ter being cretary of the Mrs Hunter, a North Caro- at the national labor-conference. anarchistic plan is that the peo-
freah straw derries, so tffee. --- Bri, sick Chamber of Coa- liUna cousin of and visiting the He says that many farmers pie want to see base runners in
After -"th omes a, d.- Albert D. Simon, who is pro- ,ee, Mwere replete with m- Misses Williams, by particular are asdng "why they have to action and that nothing pleases
pred to their homs, declaring .otig the ba.seban i-~gt l m as to how to better request, iuhoduccd an iremails- pay 400 bushels of corn for a them so much as to see a runner
M. Wawlas adMeal h with the aid of mot f te base Fe madina, and were well re- tible bit of negro dialect tihe wages they used to buy for 150 steal a base. In actual practice,
Cae wi an with- Mrs. l- ball enthusiasts, has about et.- ee"ed by those present, drollery of which convalsed her bhelas? it is claimed, the slow winding-
hill Sr., during ma th of A ,rtl.ten things in reai!hW t thO hearers like an open sea swept "Why they must pay 350 up pitcher would be a disadvan-
J. H. tit hearsal wi w & MW ANNOUNCES by a ale o'w L hbels of corn for a gangplow stage, and batters could enliven
.eld tonight, it is ML. The at- The preuaer prise inidental which formerly cost 125 bush- the situation by starting to steal
ELEI rIW CAR fair is to be staed with purely & Mirow, of this city, an- to the oeeesies was woe by Mrs. el? and then turning back to the
S- local talent and the pree ped- soe in this issue for State J. IL Lynn while the "boob" "Or 150 bushels of corn for a home plate. Opportunities for

The .elseti e e -lr will therefore be all rlvst fet' from Nassau coty badge, y m nu mtajy suit of clothes which formerly sacrificing runners on other
for the pawpoe f voti eM aM the bAall team. 71 bI Mr. row is one of the lead e fae w d co t bushels, or 35 bushels for bases are evident.
tex ie o the p mandn anticipating the u* aged ss mi men of Perna a K Was Both trohies shos that forgery cost nine This is indeed a bolshevik
Special tax se=e4, drit, that the Bex BoLxe county, amd has m dos nof od paid b baness. Som people are not
sed t off -2.d aa t a t 1 here who wim ter0 a ed as, the ther The eorn farmer has been content to let el enough ale
te _tbdoS is true to feml o mt wM a frad b--wi rth e d buard hit by the fOaMak de- dt are always hammering e
affair, ae t sunm.ns the wig setB -e He is a get-haow Mes tith. peuifS but he has put his poor pitcher. He has troubles
the court e d ffty two appointed. The mistrel wr be am pleasing peromuity and tlloboe, the oeaon t k cap on and sees this enough now, th various re-
ateda, fftyM. Vtigf to e8- one of the best events df it Zy and is a meaKber mb ew wit=tI dibt, win houg be w- :stetions, balk rules, nina-
largr thealietiM tit allB the kind ever staged a FranMdima di feoMrt families of Ferma- called by a p nt as m C e t dollar lies, as a co ton i of resigned and spit bals
land, on MdM would ad it will be worth anybody's genuiNe pleasure. a of values. What you and watching occupied bases,
embnra6 thw w O M rt ad time to witness it. Give the buy with your money, not and not lastly the Babe Ruths
one voter ~ hos a. hoping hnd i the TAKES 3,M TONS iMCK Dr. C. C. Fqnum, o- Hird amah money you get, is and near-Babes whom the fickle
against the o oeaa0 -. k- ye wt am res in this sse for what realty counts. The short populace are encouraging to
daries t to be a- te ee some baseball a s this The teaehip West Hembric, Meuber ot the Hooe of epre-cut to e.isoamie truth is to knock the ball out of the lot.
sesed ,or the two years m t Ls tov tthe Strachan Ship- se atatve, grp twe which think ia te of moditie And l now it is proposed to multi-
ensuinL, was nt at the Maxi- Co. saved T day sad wi4 good "wm to his m ined of dollar which Oto- his troubles by maki him
.m th rM M J. Wilds a a thr thousand ters of os frI aB oe NMn- ate in value. watch another base, and that
fur threema B to the alaso at the F1a Termr- cougy. Dr. Fheq was elected They would have
IWo mills. elSmehs misl .wy. j.WilMb lathe a m MI Ias a M an risM R SALE hdl not only the hit-and-
tors _ere C f J. rAom .m l.. W.- ~o4 was eh M wa. .-. ..- ., ru py but the hit-or-run deal.

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I- -YOUR JOBe Peital 1 I_
A five-year old child the 13thev Democra t~ic' f01imtOf 4u
Sday ased, "Daddy, where doesT h T. "-- 3 ofie. inaho'
daA ee ltedwiCou nty; s^aa
corn come from?" "Well," re- .. respe t"ly a aQu ce
gotteorkthe Wnea "
plied daddy, "a man in the coun- ,o. teo m um J---A-
try plants some seed corn in the Fourth .. tla .w-I-cult or n T
Srspring, when the leaves begin to eny d ti ad ptaeIL
ee., .o Manye on the trees, and the seed ~ l, Plreb R, m eomy assmie s
Sc.E.m... grows into stalks upon which eid Po.t Averan- ss
Sthe corn grows. In the autumn, -to *, JB;fe.I .-
when the leaves fall off the I hereby announce myself a caS*-
trees, the man gathers the corn b.r one. from Na comUyw. RY b-_
and takes it to a grist mill the" n elO lof themo ecae e M YAou Bave Always eght, s" which has bes
Spri tnary elec-ttion to be t hld I J law a.'-- J
where another man grinds it in- ing been honored by the ou fk em e v t y yeamr, hMs b te ulm t-
to meaL Then ether men take it rm" str'.. ,FI .' l a ad has Me e maie 1 hi pI
on a freight train and carry it to u.,f i e" I illappreel ate ou roe weo laslmt .d... miaats
the city, where it is placed in the 'aianh. F na.. March ea 27th 192 &l "mm ~ ar
stores. And when daddy wants aid Politiuca n AdvertumMe)n n t Jt- e
any corn meal he goes to the I hereby make amyncounae t as i thattrie wt= A m
T Store and buys it, and that is '. y. from Nassau county. mbjwt to@ m
7sr actiotorer n ka h< f ha ndeartestlv Rrpraseettatale, P$ __ ^ you
how we get corn meal mush." a.t e eer attempt to re r b th
And here the child uttered a experience as n out represta remedy that you would ue for yourself.
at the 1921 "si mon orf the ftate a
great economic truth, for he re- ,aure fits me for the office. ee,* U n
marked, -n people goo to--- -- TA HSEelected I will discharge my duai Son Slt IQ Fo O0
marked, aren't people good to th'" vry best of myiabl. tY uy ,* gg ma l
us, daddy appreciate your vote. C. C c u o t
s ,t d -illiard. Fla.. March 29th. o1922.g. S t i t I.t c m
The father had never thought Paid Polliucal AdvertlUmmnat) M WM am e there i ublami. iB
of it in that way, but that is how "eg %TA. s-mAm .bs goufat. For mere thia thety yem t has
Every man's job works out, .,l., friends of Mr. Samuel. M r-'"Ofrt W idaC l-
though he may be thinking only r.., take pleasure in amnousella tg-_. aa av -1----
r r of the reward that comes to him.w hc, forState snator efromNne u-, a by regulating the Stm a
F TEvery man's job is one of serv- ...iit.. subject to the action of the M a s ed Food; giving healty ami a1 -sqr
ing not so much himself as it is r.. is one of Nassau county's pro.- -i s Cm rt-The- wMeoe'M Pria.
of assisting others. Every re -tve uihessi en.h. a ites na -d
e worker is performing a service" ,rge .taxpayer a Mo he C ASTO R IA
At b il a e to hundreds of thousand of citizens and taxpayers of our county. .
ItE same I t e at of other people, and the better, he s earnestly urge that all Demoersw
the multitude that benefits from i ernandisa. FPl a. March 30. 1922.
hish work, whether it be digging I Paid Political Advertisement)
,- o thel a ditch for a water main or en -
Sdp_ eavoring to reduce armaments. NOTICE
STAX THESE, T o 1 will be in Fernandina onSet- Use or Oiver 30 Yars
"INDrK TOLIFE urday, April 15th, for theI p- g- a" V Halft "e
Congress and state leIsla-,I pose of collecting boat and fiob s..o-? C*. S
The warm weather and the ture are looking for new sub. license from parties desiring to s tIa
Smapproach of spring, when m- jets of taxation. We respect- fish in Georgia waters. I an
aoSw A touring becomes a pleasure, re- fully suggest these: be found at the Keystone Hote,:..
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY lls the necessity for a mre Book agents and will ask all parties t Th rnandina Tnnis Club
Astringent enforcement of all the Women who monopolize the me on that day and g eet fboath y a
AT FERNANDINA, FLA. rules regulating motor traffic telephone for conversation fih license for theearas the LOCAL AND P ONAL have in contemplation a nis
There are statutes, both state Young men and wome who laws against non-resident finh tournament which they propose
coesseY Iw, er m.. nl and city, to cover all violations monopolize for love making forced this year. very nos to to inaugurate within the next
of the law, but if a public aboard. Politicians who say they an- fore ths year. I t will be interesting to learn week or ten days, and it is -
San se an me mar in motor cars is indifferent to' nounce for office "at the solici- EMMETT McanRtyATH, thatMr. B. Seit, with a par- gently requested that every
S. rules of the road, then there station of their friend." Game and Fish Warden, Cam t f e, representing the member of the club, both ladies
rdees of -a/o Pi cture Plyers ,member,
mo a s U must be some drastic action to ake "students" begging for den ounty, Ga. and gent
oN APPLI.cATION. enfore tthem. money to enable them to get a WILL INSTITUTE CAMP in i lsei looking over athe theirnae order that we may
There are times when a pedes-in c olarrshp p bilit i of Amelia island a once, in
leal a d L md g Disamce trian take his life in his hands People who try to use the A delegation of i. for making kdow just how many there wl i
when he ventures on the streets. newspapers to vent their spleei from the different Moi ~ ] to- it i probable that e The ente fee of 2c is
In the larger cities, e y, againsttheir personal enemies. Wooden camps of JaekMtwill return to market t et
ST the man or woman on foot, even Ten hounds. will journey, to J aC tnW return to make pic- cident toIthetournament Two
suCRm ns a3m: with their faculties alive to the Drug store loafers. Satu yAprilt at Fort Clinch beautiful trophy cups and many
S Yewr st situation, are in danger, Flappers and male pinheads a local camp rst, to those istered at e n i .
-" the child playing in the street, who squeeze three to a seat on a l0, Ky those registereds en an otheriodfb the csi
8so couw 06h--e, Keystone Hotel during the b c by the SNS
indifferent to.evething p the front seat of an automobile. wesek re d essrH be dsaye o ne o fG
sr m ovactheixhuberance h'Ataf iml Young girls who paint and ; week are: -Messrs. H. H. whichwillbe displayed inone of
often the victim of a careless powder like hardened women of Gn. H. Mays, Fla.; the downtown show windows
Spring is coming, but don't driver, the street. Kelly Charleston, S. C; quickly as they can be asel-
take e off yet. I The speedsters should be Men and women who come .' C. Kerwin, C. K. Corper, C. P. ed. The prizes should arouse a
o treated as a murderer, fo b late. to the theatre in order to ieB.H. Hopkins MaX wonderful spirit of rivalry,
Most women prefer to be the mere act of speeding he en- eow -. am aville; Parker Hamt- which is necessary mn order to
taken at their face value, dangers human life. Too many chuPeople who cough loudly in Atlanta; John C. M- ces it should be.
drivers are brutally insolent rh or other places of public ater, Penn. Mr- ce it sh
Well, Uncle Joe Cannon got and wholly indifferent to the assembly". .... nn
enough ofcurle Joa nt ~ sa fety and convenience of peds- People who constantly knock So LPt .H.i o ert Mafo mr e hsad
trans. ".i And aged women who trto v trims Hart, Hartford, married eight husbands had
Y thos h h the mt There is sonwething weak and kill all the joy for others by try- r ad s v lot of cur
temper frequently l it. a pedestrian majority that per- sixteen-year or s im rence Lawson, With cabbage selling for only
--oo----- mits such an enormous outrage TRl e; Mrs. C. B. MeCor- $6 a ton on the farm, why can't
A real test ,f optimism is to to continue. THE THIRD DEGREE -- pad-party, Jacksonville. we get a decent five-cent cigr?
There are few cheaper things DISTRICT REMT IA ON Pittsburgh has set the rest of
in the world than a vote of BOOKS-CLOSE I~ST NMON. te otf e sp mnpten dnt o p-

good as the Slort writers make first Monday in April. longer permitted.
you think it is The books will be open in my This action ha. been taken r AGENTS OR
About time to start the an- office o, and after the first itn part as a result of trials at ::::::J
nual agitation for a safe and Monday in April. but as many which prisoners from whom with
sane Fourth of July. will have no occasion to come to confessions had been wrung in
the county seat, it is best that this way have been acquitted. ANKS SCALES AND TRUCKS
And now :uni indest ructible they register with the district Their confessions were thrown B HUBBARD GAS ENGINES
n aph record ii on the regatrars before the district out of court.

mark What a pity. books close. Acrding to the This is a practical considera- C LAY GAS
opinion by the attorney-general tion which cannot be ignored by "m LAY GAS ENGIN
Apparently n-obody wanted of Florida, all women votes olice officials who know that R A BUCK'S STOVES AND RANGES
Muscle Shoals until Henry Ford will be required to pay ne dollar t is not the number of arrests GR AY
mnde a bid for it poll tax in order to vote in the ut the number of convictions A m
Primary and they should not lose that count. Carry a Large Stock of
David may have been a ax a sight of this very important It will not be disputed that BUILDING MATERIA
seor when he said, in his haste, fact. o.fessions are o sonly -Iob- DING MATERIAL
that all men are liars Register now and pay your t a d by these extreme mth- ARARE, PAINTS AND OILS
00-poll tax.ds4 that could not have been
m ecapwooCRIneETihtca't-"e taints every "confession" Low dU R P R I C E S
mooahiine at night can't ap- Supervior of Registration. which is thus forced. O U .R
preciate the unshmi next dayn ConfsTio byt .ru s c-TO
----ooo--- ssionby torture is com- H e& '
If you think it is easy to write Brevity is said to-be the soul ly tbn t of as media veal
a column of this sort of stuff, of wit. And these modern m as no place in these modern --- "* n-. ---
you just try it sometime. skirts excite levity because of times.
oo hei* brevity. PRICE -
It is said that Lenine's pov er -H-- ATHLETIC CLUB TO MEET RlC.-
in. Russia is waring. Sound France seems to be getting ... -t "
good whether it is true or no' along better since she quit de- -The Athletic Club will have f -. D
oo peialing on Germany's promises its othlymeeting next Thurs- W t for Cas St
The world does not move. to pay day, 8 p. y a., atPthe home of Miss
Atlantic City has prohibited oo Clare Weimunar. corner of Sixth
cant bathing suit. Mt automobile have and Ash street All members
aoo much horse power and at au- asked to attend, as urgent IL IA N
The coal miners seem to be in tomobilsts have too lttde bone buine is to be transacted.
earnest about striking on All sense. _I_____ I
Fool's Day. ---- CARDA THANKS .
00 Twenty-eight seniors at
No young fellow at m out as Princeton claim thq have never We wish to thank the many
people Gexpet, says an ezdwiane, kissed a girl The rest of them friends, brother Ipn, sister p t r e .
so why worry? tell the truth. Stars, Dr. ui and s.a *eed d
*.FL. Ja1. 1 .. e fiam t2ll., The. Mar V7ewr *IYhnn p th u r, hdoe i m sin our ;Qit h 9


WUA Teacinslo o.esacue-ko s M s.
8sWsc1.411m NONS b reofwing warrsas were "wese -moons 7
Va th 2* BasP ot ParMe I struction 6 A-
BR IT kmO ** J. O e A & D : 1922: 2TMCORNWALL LARM L^gga t
,,;4. 7r:.** A^^* D. -.r NUgs -.. eBg OR O- **U Uo&. Ut O
aioes "tiAs*annt sodm_161111111 W.D 1 A at.&I Due In. 80: R thel Noble. t.a hing f tof" a e,
=tro and AsT er. $; m. K. tchWardg No. 49 wIs Ofr tteachi.a 0 *r a thae jewsl
Heds of tile 411Vn A Llpmscembe, e.
dethe Pro0 ideft 014ega*J. Raddleal, P sju
slature of by J H $$* Mro. thre Daf. tehse OR DE OP BU1 Cit F" S
$ tMtled. *All Act m Nom tohg-.Florence bitard. an3
Saof i.df Wa 12, We Washber. teaeke- t** .. W.. Dealets s C efar Efie -I .

diUa. r II S to meo. 080 Ia WIen teaaSMI=g her at agahi B tt
Apt1ori1e aldNo. $k ; GrsNace e ? qM teaching A. LAN A
T*ble Within tinNo. S. $8; Rthel Noble -tachng anre lwby seam" NA t g t
t1m 0 and t 1 he s $30 ; No. 1$8; MrsE. M. War teaching. tno.a44 t he o3i Cort .* I 1
160ied The reisi by 4I, At. iaW N M1 yrle I ia Ltebt a M m 1 et'

I).' N*m*~e lfWiu S1 tlW6 as11 ^L" Ion.tUcM:WTBB i 7 huarm Ow paC~deFrade whtor wmO~' hd b fcah~nyMea, .. C odi cMy llmiwfi
e chsary lta.1the tcN12. g $ Ns 25 e $ ts;P edar Jo is, e we e
ra*nlent Thertrof.aI.I. n*:o;ace l e acheabel I PAIRM 0 o a

314 do hereby i et toN S" ; Mrs.Marlo rILe. t isi te Ctree rart. iN the c11 A"1l -- -
bseNld..0Wthne 9 A. No. 31.e $1s Myrtle Albrittefrk tesamte. sae ee fobty, atu
JD.-Nieteenil vo Spty-twf 38:Clovis Dob, same. 86; Miss A IT in PURTRBR, Pamd Ae, uc ^ 3?inwa ibSSSe Wlii o g-ay

in oeachewardacI tMamarao 2ame, 186: mAnnFr.eDr1 CM that thse be e
disu. at the polC1ar teeC Ariehing No. 26. ( Pe$; p Jeeor Usk"0 oesa Week;1Wi311MhS
Se 'uaaned. by Po of 881ae 1No. 2 .$70in ; .. IL5-. 35ve weeks prie to Meh*idri*
at saId election. eciel't"s taMac ol. SS *; ast Maandia t-s apa a ftra"Mrcon .ga..e..

*owpireae v o roo lM N. TosuN. tea.01, No. SICav m e..-ke- 2O e 01 C ..t I
i t~s~ y ftheo r 7. CS.) *r:t A. TNO-Mpt.Wilson, teaching said Court. and the fqUt" n 1 -rdymsrge* of|

ruPr^ra leaching^S^ N. 13'A (cL. 140;I 0t. & i 'thiCt; yla>c Lof Ct osnam *-c-1* ^P*^ ^ ^J,,fl-ldb>JI~l~e
MoXhe. l ,o.001. )$40: amb Hs. c a*...u. at thea CuCri Ase. o i sinhtastil u o- almn m
14.4 f this 3 1@h.b I : wo
."2 ]Bo"4 *u.i K. X6. b- N. w umugi by ~ onae ~-weaver Sept. 554&Atiiealsace fier. (SAL)Avene FrA.
v and f *s to be 1 op e. ie sh aw. teachiN2o. N G A r A e tt *
k as ty iapRa b Pua. No. 2. lK C-3s Ma. No. 2.oClerk cireait cor Nsplassn W wr I
nd s OB thh. n to e. c A90. o r.. emci oe.w .. t I C.H;g te oth Gratiit ecI p |
to b e als 7fO $160 M. AaleRa3d.. Me the v Io an Ma
D4 I ei- eam Pr,$f4; o. S te hi, tel5. Floroida Rtv e n d "e aW Fort a. ie N.. z z. Fh w a e O
flu 4He S. (e-l-.) $5: L E'h.., No. x46&. R
s)$00 :IReH the ADMa No 2. (eer.) 0taci: IB lf. eg pae. hu n g P
dZog *e cotee Handred- No .. 6ol..) $1.: Jim Lee. laber, N.> .i bS Cshe Coul Stab |ieI ted a.tors. el -s
Twenty-t .arla g laterest. 21. (tr oL.) $14: Mrs. J i oes, c sft f. t a" W Fr I -:!a me
Payable 0 the r first itardige pupils N;o. t-a 6rl m Chems ote a Pig a
dio for Se .eiber of each- N. teaching No 18 N0. o W. 1
y4ar at #W : e ,P t- pertrepairs, No. 4. (CO.L) $, 3 J* K. H ERsaboth Asn Lon, by 16Mabel 6 l. .
uasei dA e I? 1. T dock. repair* No 24. $1#; N. U. I He. bread. her next friesd.. -on whith. the Md M "
to r .beeemne due as dock. transportati t N.$2;, $ Prask vs. William C. Loung& e
fowas: Rolerasns wood, Nn (.(CO.) $10; vare d Uantage of ibIng
%,d0 ".422L.both inensm- I Missf M. XRELlcwob No 3o r. ..-.-..
J r* wty-five Tborns- I$1.7S; 0. T.W r NOTICE TO NON-seaI nst. tr r. and equiplAein
and tr beced age, $6.24; A.-B. Allaoprman.aVr
841tiveA. and ri or $2me 4* t; IL & W. B rew0- supplies waTO: William C. Lo city et Wasin
the Prst Je*. A. D. 1927; 31. $11.9:. StandardHew. Co upplis oTon. District of oCflmbla: -eature of the-
amde .Ab2ciu.both-la g No. (cot..) $190: A. K. P raker -W ea re hereby hired to
l -aty-Ive o pairs N. $7; W. A. Johasos. sup-. 0 the Third day of A. l. I t
a args ( to be detmgat- plies No. 2. $3; Mrs. W. .Brow. work to the bill of comp i at for di-- t utili an hour
Series Nature #r become No. 2. $1.75 daisa. le & PlWhblg aefile hder. Hagait you b WJi |
due on the a of June. A. D. Co. Plumbing No. 1. (eoel.) $1&.2: Ass Lo Eb, by radz. of the, time of starting the
1932;Nassau County Leader blsag and o**dbread. In thw reut ourt of"' 1
onda su eto 25. ioott Ia l ting $9.10: Brow Va aasant. county. Plorida. had never attempted to
ha .aggrega eaty-fivepirs No. 24. $4; Peole Chemical The Nasmsaucosunt
a Dollars 1. to be design"- saipplies No. 22. $12.74: A. i. Klsa.. eandien N*wR .e ve aFordso.tractor.. end
S2erlmes C, nature or become transportilag No. 25, $11; Flood 3 Brea ed 5as the impnothing whatever of its
d o the a .asy of June. A. D. supplies No. 23, 8 e; Coslidated La.- Order shaWll w t
her Co. repairs No. 1. $5.43; Clifford week ter four coacsentive weeks. wg smu_ _
Asea to 2;* bothacls.- iraadies. wood. No. 2. S3; j.. f. WITNESS Mfad hand as Clerk and O___
lvSj aWenty-five Thses- wood. No. 2.$13S: D. A: Kel--y C _. seC the.Mth t sith wi oh
and Dollar 40), to be desdast- No. 37. $9.556 EMiltos L& Bryce trans- itheasewg ithwhichthe
ed Series D, mature or becoe porting No. 5. $58.75; D. BLNewsoae. 8) 0. C. Bu u -
due on the ay of Juoe. A. D. transporting No. 8. $10; < e Nre3 .wof the Circuit CourtC N B0A CI CB A
142.y Bak. Gaidesville. istelest C SU sA
ods an I to 26. both Iclne- ltre ank, a el o fo
Ire. tweaty-five Thew- Note. $11.87; StlLdterGforUNaWALDamm ti
aId D01lars ( 40). to be desigast- Sub-District No. 1: Pirst National *Ot t 1
r series U. to mature or be- Bank. Interest, warrants No. 1 $14.8A; %t ouPt o" Cte or 401410......
10due ea s irt day of Juae. A. W. n. Ruasell. teaching No. Is;* t a -Opti c AA
194. nd IElizbeth Wetmnat. same. $101' ; MP It woo* toh* twi.da bd
oods en l n to 256 both 3n3plnt e. Suhrer. amm. $1#0; Ins lavis Is re state *9. oAc
Iv. Twesty-tiO Thess- sname. $S8 rtle J. B-kerm saMe; $90 MARY L BRYCE, Deceasd. eceamil terY OSrem
And lar ( ). to da n-ra. LUCY Perry P.llk 0 o allCrW.Nasame$0County.erg.ha *y Riw
e4 series V, to mature e Is eeVirginiia Carrie. samne, $30; Mrs. W. TOALiCaediuts. ola5Lt~emmm thaen' i'-""o --AM
due on the day of Jame. A. V. Ward. same. $86 heniallDug eft, r'a' They rhaeasyofthe-forty-tot aUnu
6oDi riftel Ad l t~ S__ &1_sSamae. $90: W. 1. ft. Musso. payi ng er 'Des sa e*afh a *rp hereby tra s iaKW liP HeB to gj iu et -b --
t~pesn dser fSuab-Dist. No. 1. warrants $132.t- i_ *an rqure.o ryewa euipeveU
orrt srat thenio erie $3.14"1 a tod X_ 0Je wCas e aimtrwa. have need. ,, =
.-oweint and em,. at the Office Of Sub-District No. 4: C. 4161169 Anddessands may e have
City I the City of r- teaching No. 23, $140: J. S& o f otaiahave

tthat is to sayc sa Hu2ndred fanM arThir- NAII treA5e t otee I 1heee Wea. he7e

* 'lowng ealipa wroe SArLE 3--d.L V A. I).3^ ^ 1822." -pqju~~ -m~ii -ee
m- ie OnoJni t Not ice is hereby gives that ,$ 1. 04 p it t o
ed atle tCor if t lisrtinr ad by virtue of tha As A mA stra to -co rytko B
ntao tees r PebUiaf' A. P.y 9 S2 by 3Byeevlllo. ui .c Di TO ---1---- ----- -
CID"by munter of ofithedtsai. trtct two

and ay e 3 om t- e hete hereof .e o sd (1.

Vouas s (SIM ) o *^i^ Ba*& s ^a 'February" 23 A.> D." 1 192L Id vim
mw. th bead Noni. ceIsU. sW l OY q oRf.
..e. tefinaelde re bbgive na Returning. Florlda'ld 1.3. 1,
adihall beMaster apointedbtheDat. beof .A I DC
w"tenbehich1 th KIte pld lssMRM flfea bmrmiaiaoMTOwPlant.
ordinano r sd A.m. 1a2- te brumrm oby Bryce"

midobpadsaae P~repseda ofA_._r____oI e sat f AgaaA Bl.d*se usmse en epe ggma atretm ea.
Sedan) W ote t-y b om Nm"th: Oee gb a.utWete tyQ __iG&W%

Dolam Bday. wgh bes ofe~~ lat itl .... ~ e.s....weemnsee.~..
VoatIe ot m141o AGAINSTi rnsure-t teIdat D. 0
N ofltce s ohereby of the at i fo. and P. o A the "Old ath t 9..W922.
stares.w se, lsa crp.Caw' Kewm1 114: Als" of s ad eetARS Sn .euipped l w ee. 3Ls suem ess..s.... m mesonan..
cotoats;oiedm to dabraoft Naminf and S esea e se a Dated ts 1th day of february, A. aa& a1ggmhae3,00 oi'u

wit: "id e a3 IRA. *** & W u A. M A1f8N SMS CO.
pv ofy thre Austitt sad tohn for Kcend Oecbnt n sae tw Westi la threby gie a othe r umtqrimk. A I1g)V4 WU N LR SUI LR
the amo=n t" .reed a t t thabar. ont range amese .d wW UfPoe .Rs

s ate sel of sha, d y whas tea chas. b oe o R
CiNtyotlev ia ed ad chairs *in re- of yA -roecota. TCtt33 A for
(oaryorrate orfi daye oI Mara O ne tabmlebe4 Estate* naI D ll. atP itg p ji' to Wn0dCnu

radJ ahKa.Sea4o aehA ar, onra Owagstsai saathers8.8.o* wosth at lateres s.g
Seadied ele osty -tw..sai Cty bdoomo9l. Norrath Onebha"be- wearatse alawI uh

Allof pine athea tiosral hoo-cs an4pl 4dre5iT. ScholDstrle tNeabe 5Twoa ID wuaionch, tedmi.."' su__ he o
pa ra bl etom ae reamoe sctmlaO phekma5gsaof y Mgarch. cA P. er923 oa s hell
AsMa00~ nechi.1th101obe11101 sear, walbndlvdiqr M land aba sumisb of nDBSm Mee orysso
s llwallg PCbloe chreat 0im Yse ar

Vo e O or G I o se a t h at o t
hereby gien nuf f o.lf fr ofNsa ane table w'lcae, ppae. lne s.qg nrn Wt e e eni~
Cho magazine Proposed theSWill pesemutthe I'M-D.n192LmMAR= SIN
heriffof assyou us gagh (ou fna acoutsandvochrsbagg e.quipd, witr..ds t
brorerof&.CIrcuit 2 Nhassa fordKioohn: ront:cabnetbe. o"=t.0 twossuh A raor adas f Of D eeiA" neAGm Is10110nne
eewnt. Flrida date IebseaY table,% oemiro.ugs a'lel. .me W.Ah Char"vs streetn.nm te
AMe, 132..hav to U -Aw.ndboi. DiningeRome:chaor. wsdyo aur. .d3&~g~fa eii

usde. V ow" s
onetaicml"th el ftead- .- oom.bilNordtab: P621ee ibedgeagV .3.~i~e
cult Court. ourth JeilCiVrcu o cdhsing abcloeone bourea. uNdo eestate lof oni M", 33)
Flria I adfo NsauWeat n wrroeth ike bi.o edcaed. =t.-40. 8eveas tthe OWaitS.BnqIVIOa
heen L irt aunder PAMl orh ____-

*~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~a ia Ta so eepanRfean esK.A-sce. oieI eeb ie htth stoifr era m Seriffl of NssuBonyrPerakfa Wst. Rom:O* Sbll A Oe" fPml narcoso amas t# s.hows*la
(copoa te Mg a ydEs ffcoAd nst D.o of hairsr. In.t uieW' Rotnty e F of da, pursA.nBell ofa e- seOn.msatro ro lipie
Esealeof3.Nas ingue deead.wr*-~a" be of -b casedtArCt.eties a-of d* FedRom Nat*ssaea V a __couMS.nty.iiia comibel er-at e

I -"1---- "--"_ --'NIGHT v ... S ....
-. um&M cent par an-n J, 19.1
Sid laos bilbty sth Ca J. T. SWEARDUN. Chairman. frg .h ft r o
.;5. 3 .. 6......... T. WEAVER, Secretary equip -ADVERTISING THAT PAYS-
-pr.vemant a In C,1. A" ..19.1). D ERTISING -T --
Y aTEN ( TT w(1).r A- c-Ac-M HO ME___. or 1
1 oui (.14) MMY*. The Curawall ram .. .es of o Cms sn n ats tintoa

W,4sro.e. .... tIo ,a.tiIfdsai ePs. or iPu,*oe and wi.will
o.a ts.atube'sH R OP PUt LaCAT-ON. ate e g wt aaaL
the his gN Mhe t& b d er orTs tooe" fo p
.the C. H doo fc lA.eot P. Sott in-,. ,-w what kn #ae -
"'S. l).., t. e -"o f.w".A anddy;f .aot=.0 %1aeM i,.r.DIO thM
fateAbL YOU ltAR H3REBT NoTMED AND Theg PIns.ona. boa. CM
a. eutw. e h&r coa. tpub i REQut t"to appearS eW \the afiled _1L
'**ohiest. f*, bl% as. for g n l l. IE NTo". Afsw skoA *
theD lg h.ur Ofae Utonn 'mr, .athe.. i- t ,t 1 ot .T -

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Dpstr eaineeMDecembor ator N i193 wo....3

I RNasim Atjacent to Franch City qf
Cones Ls. Patrach* eceied
RellIioms Tradilin


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3U13 31ST. 1921.

MI 5 1 a 2 9 0 .13

--- "ssss -- -_: I 29 13m y
pill. I eLIa 83. I 1. 80 -- 1 -158.- I 25e06. I 2 _14-5
~ A5 ADS.( | M -X M

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it sea CashiI. D .Spem Tax &seo Dstri." ^
Nm T ... ....

lemeral eheool Funk
Warrants o utasnaif g for C'urret 3xae. 1.62
ell Tax Dis.......trit.
Special Tax District Ifarrants Outatadime ........... ... ...... 2.. .. .. ......
school Rouses ad Lots .......................
School ur ture ....... .. ..........................
S hool A rt- ...-. ...........................
.School Apparatus ........ ...... ... .... ....... ..
T otal ... ....... .. ..............

It is a common impression
that people do not go to church
as they uied to go. Yet a relis-
ious census shows that almost
46,000,000 Americans are regu-
lar church attendants. That is
not so bad in a population of
about 106,000,000.
There are 200,090 ministers
in the United States, including
all denominations.
If every member attended
church regularly, the congrega-
tions would average 230.
Of course, many are still out.
side the fold. Attendance is ir-
regular. Nevertheless the
churches are making headway.
In the last five years more
than 4,000,000 new members
have been added to the chwureesi
in this country. What news
Should be more important than
Real civilization began with.
Christ Real progress is meas-
ured by the extent to which His
teachings are lived up to in
dafly ife.

3s 0.oo

Thbe Pein ath

March is a typical pneumonia
month and usually gives a high
rate of mortality for the disease.
After a long and hard winter,
the system loses much of its
resistance and people grow care-
less. When every cold, no mat-
ter how slight, is given prompt
and intelligent attention, there
is much less danger of pneu-
monia. It should be borne in
mind that pneumonia is a germ
disease and breeds in the throat.
Chamberlain's CoWgh Remedy is
an expectorant and cleans out
the germ ladened mucus and
not only cures a cold but pr-"
Vents its rsudting in pneu-
monia. It is pleasant to take.
Children take it willingly.
Another reas why there is
so much complaint about takes
now is that there are more peo-
ple paying taxes now than ever

jt vdnAm

Uhe Jfotel


All Meals 75 Cents

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Simdav II

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Report of Schol Funds I

O eW- "Wea ft of the aelps "U brsgmemets f the
RL l ee"ty for the period e Ua December rStt. Ia.
zoo= warrmBts eatusta a a smtameMt of the
a mMd thu e alue of School erwI t the asMI a
meroe t-the Msot day of DecemberE. I bytI Conty Bear o
"g bus eofM Publi Instratis hereby pub- 1
*IIELI tr t483. Laws of4t Cletn o
3RNEST AML C.ptmroilec. I


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q2fwukb ad Iamook lobw

20 b. Ise
is .W 9c
ol 50 O

Corner abs sand Fth s
J. N. Ford, A. BL. 9H. B9. I-
Bible School, 9:46 a.M-. Good
W and tehefors a
pts. W. Sims, Superia.
Morning Worship, 110 a. a.
Evening Wowhip, 7: I
Cood music and a cordial
ome awaits a.
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*'f'* battir be chosen for a decw-
"e r tree affairs oe t fa O aml-
tew to f sve Bmropeas mdal
rebemm." says a bulletin of the Na-
uemat Georaphle society, n- regard to
the FreVec Medterramem wmator -
awt, meeting place of dMe alleds
I Nm cmIc "C. Oamns hs Its Ue
with Irelad." the bulletin goes a tj
ez paa "because It was In a *OBml
tIy am oe of two little lland Just
e* fte Cames shore that HLt PatUrIe
meelved the rellgtoums training whch
S" h-e with mlsWluuary sema omd i
to hism cverslon of the Irth.
*Wt. Honerat fouuded, la 410, on the
miller of the two Ileads whik-
bears his name. the monastery In
which St. Patrick studied. It was one
of the fountains uf learinQg aDd mlIS-
siooary effort during the Middle age&.
According to a legend. the Island was
lafested by snakes and St. Honorat
i ra-ulously dru% ihema out- an *Z-
ample which tis f.,llower. St. Patrick.
la supposed to have put to good usea n
.1n spite of Its many letters Caubes
Is properly prn4uuit ed as a sWile syl-
lable, like the English vCrb "wu.'"
says the bulletin.

Ask Much of Inventor.
The helicopter, a 1uchlnue capable
of vertical flight, with which Britlsh
tventor avt. already attaIed par-
l success, twas caused peasm to be
INe by the goermnuet for a 2VA.-
OM competition open to the world Sor
a further Improved deligaL The ceS-
dsm. which if met would mile the
bed*espti practical and revoelutiote
the Adel-ce of flying are: It must be
eapaNe of rising to a height of 2.0Z
amt under its own power, carryilag
e mi an mad owa hour's fuel supply.
It m t be able to remala stateloa
Over a ground object for a half hMur
i a wiad up to 0 mU" asm ber.
I amt be able to lAad a 2aly In MO
w" up to 20 mites ma hbr witheet
bMisamtal mti and with the em-
as* eat OR. and most ablte ASS&
tab herlmzaa 1*1t at a ubdglt *f
Mo rfee at a *peda of aot lmu th
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Physician: "This man's co-
duim is not due to drink. HeO
been rgged."
Poim Itur. ng pnae and
speak- imidy): Tnm afraid
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A young f wrote to a
COma Broome ad Sixth Sta firm in a N England toU
Padl EmtaB, Pastor. which was ael zvs at fifty
Directory of Services. ents each. T i the style of
SUNDAY. his letter:
Saiey school, 10 a. m. Ptease e of your ,
Divine wA P11 a. m zores, for which I enclose P. O.
Megrve, 7* forf ifty cents.
Young Wam n's "P. S,.-I ha forgotten to
Bi ry Society, 4 p. aL enclose the fifth cents, but
.TOsM -Wema'a MiniO- doubt a firm of your tamn
ye 3MI A will send one."

" *'we bar to ain we to

RW.hM. 8 Mrs. J. J. J. oiIu st i need one."ifilifReview.
ondAYfollowing firt S DELAYED E Feud Cur. Fer aigestise
:30 p. m. -
Circles of W. 8. eet in Swift justice is the only jus- "I use Chamberlain's Stmame
residences Om Meday foDowIg tiee tinhat counts. When justice and Liver Tablets for indiges-
third Sunday, 3:30 p. u. is delayed it invites evasion and tion and find they suit my case
loses, even when it finally ar- better than any dyspepsia rem-
FPIRT PRMD, m AN rives, most of its moral effect as edy I have ever tried and I have
auum a de.te t ued many different medicines.
TheH system in most States I am nearly fifty one years of
.as mukes crime a fair gamble for age and have suffered a great
Dr. Eugene D el Mi er any malefactor. The chances of deal from indigestion. I can
SUNDAY. getting away with the worst eat almost anything I want to,
Sabboth School, 9:46 a. crimes are indefinitely multi- now," writes George W. Emery,
Public Worship, 11 a. m. pled during the long period be- Rock Mills, Ala. These tablets
Evening service, 7 p. m. tween the offense and the final contain no pepsin but strength-
phrastian Endeavor, 6:45 p. decree of the courts. en Ihe stomach and enable it to
WEDNESDAY. The result is that law is held digest the food naturally.
Prayer-Service and Leet in cotemt nd justice is rob-us do y
7:45 p.m. bed of its terrors. Let us do y p I -


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_- Massi, an old rsidd* of n- ~ *,uelry. Cal- Agrcutu em spent several days
All thea lhts t* -amfor ,r X ,ep lt S Pt,. Ph 111. he e- -aking pictum and
a e w i.De..l -- skae of the sland for the
shades will be fmad at the Peo- on 16th of Mamb. M. W. Young, a member of the intent of the department. Mr.
ple's e -ut Lad---r faef spenik8uMday and & Inbk ved bere thirty fears
---- We havo6 m aIno-a nd uamder- al sandmwas ry muchk pfa.d
Mr. Xad Mr W. W. Dyer, s dw phsa hiI, tiWant. .ort qr m eye, with the athook for Fermdlan.
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First National Ban Cash Grocery
First N national Bank Q% RAILWAY RATWl KIUJC. In future we can't guarantee
FBRNANDINA, FLORIDA E We Oi ae Bs., ED FARE! the lsertiem of news articles
I| --.. Safety! C Speed --- seat in after Wed eday after-
_ __ __ _____r.___Cl 4th. PnoU i, oon. Please be governed ac-
-1 -A.4baClaes 7,pasemgefins tour-S. .. ....
tu clare.s F penamimague8ae t cordingly. It 1s just assy to
II b, ar. p~..repre an artr.icle for publica-
--r-- ~ r ville bus. $2% mn aoip $1%il
If PAI AMfl\ D DC XMr. F. Morrison Carnegie. Mr. J. W. Barnett, of White one way. Leaves Keystone Ho- tion a lttle earlier in the week.
LOCALA P RSONAL ..Mr Carter Carnegie and Mr. Sprnags. arrived eon Ioday and tel s:80 a. a. Leaves Court O I
__r- IH Sproul, passed through will make-Fermmanda aia home house Garage,, Jackanville SHOE F
Feuandina on Friday from ia future, having cow 4iere to Wi --
Mr. R. B. Tiey Smnday in G. C. Braddtck aaonf the C berand Island en route assume the of Dr. .. Will eB Oat Town by We take care of your shoe re-
Jacksonville. A han sectionwere s nothl,- J. L. Horyse- Drdg store. reservation only, 25 cents extra. pairs.First-c
visitors to the county et on- Phone, Fernndin 66; Jack- pa. r-class work aran-
5cHava- igar the Satuday.REN -- brass crt o 745 Sunday ache- teed. Prices reaonale. W.
United Fraait Cigar Stoe. --- pa-tment; private bath. No. that do not tarnish Sl fe, dule by reservattea ely. Leave GLUCK, next to Bake-Rite Bak-
Birth anwunceet ae on- 616 Beech and Seventh streets. double, 65c each. Vey w PernMdina, 9:30 a. Y.; leave ery.
Morrisshrpet atalation cards, a and dmhe Now in ac vie, 9 p. m., same
nd Wednedy a bd cayy bool nd ca t l h e may younD friends if stock at lar places as week d-. Pay your subscription now.
(n business. ret's. Mst._.Edwin Klot will be-
ONE CENT SALE. Watch J. R. Braddock And J. Hamp- r m havi his tonsils Mr nD.CSua Mr.of w
to-- Jonesnff rf e Calaha, wove ^at River- New York, N. Y., spent four
J..wa.a their friends her s i*i killed day.s at theydom -ssln wwik-Announcenm ent!
J. I SA -of C N was a Monday. dA
visited to the county set ye- Chick es Freii Country waiting for the formeis yacht,
terday. Just received. A anw stock of| E mo VegetaMes always on which has been eruising in sou- h .EN
-d the Thomuons' glove-fittl Prompt- deivery. Cai- therm watefs.
ONE CENT SALE at Rexal Corsets. Yours anxious to fohta Fruit Store. Phone 111. --- That y th. steay atro g
Store. please Mularke Bros. The Leader has a supy of y e t y patr age
JpaneseGrass Rs, 6x9 ft desk batters, sie 19x24, --that and the rival of our Cr
H. S. Hi bothaa, a Cal*' Many fori f .. countries. ae at .8 each. Larger sies also cam be had at a very
lahan, was a visitor to the con- morning for Tihuac. Its ine priced very low at Mlarkey's price. Is worth he to in- Seat Bus Body we are able to
ty etropo yesterday is world-wide. For sale by J. L vestigate. D .
-- Horseny. HavlTamnp eidar at tthe -- t A -iS t0o JaC.stnvoll 1 to
C. H. S. cigar for e y five Unitsd-Fruit-A Cigar Store. Mrs. Smith nd Miss Janet -
cents at the United Frult A Ci- It is astonihinf how quickly Phne 260. Smith, who have been spefdfinJ-,
ar SOre.. Tnliacw will pIrl-imep ear..- -- the winter months with eir EACH W A
You usually feel better fr the Prti Cigars at the United cousin, Miss Ada Wiiam at
J. M. Hin h1abuumu, of the very first done. So&ldW Lb Fruit eigar Store. Phone her Wm-iie -on Atlantic Ave- r
Lessie dtas gres fr his J. L HoIsey. i,-r- turned to their home in Eva, ave KeyMeme Htel. Feruaa lna. 8:30 a. m.
friends h. -- ston, Il, on Sturday.
-- Mr. Earl Phillips spent Su.-, Eve"r. riday, Fresh Vegeta- Our new body arra nt makes the
ONE CENT SALE, Thursday, day with his family here. bes aad Country Egss. United FOR SALE-0-lb. capacity Bus a much more pleasant ride than an
Friday, Saturday, ANril th, 7th Mr. and Mrs. J. Geo. Suhrer Eruit & sgarStore. Phone 260. Inner-Chill refrigerator used O dl touriq car.
and 8h. Horsey's Du Sto. spent Monday in Jako .-:: but very little. Very cheap. car.
C. H.S. from Sc to lc at the. Apply at this office.
Mr. Carl N. Warfild, of Hast- "We have sold 97,000 battles 1n0ite fint aad CiaW Store. -
ings. spent Sunday with bbis of idea and hav6 never had at --- WeUake(kohuitootderat .:1 0 JA C II SO N V 1I LI
famihre. sin a g I e complaint." Jacobs' -A good inveatmet in Torchon new schedule of low prices that
f-a-- Pharmacy. Atlanta, Ga. Sol Les for a nickek a yd. at Mu- will interest good dri s. We -
You will. fid imported i- by J. L Horsep, laray's. know how to make clothes hat EACH 1 I W A V
hams, inches wide athe Po- -- look good ad feel better at -
pWe's Stelni-Out Rtoa. J. A. Braddoek a proper .Ai Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Sanders ney-saving prices at Mldarkwi.
farr m of the Lessie aetio a. children and Mrs. Chas. Leaves Hmming Park, Jackdsaville. 1:o p. m.
Miss Eliua Mukem y is visit- was circeulatint .amons his sftrower and baby spent Sun- E. H. Braddeck, of Ca(l1aha.
intg .Ma4a k a.T.C.HoeiH, frienmb here Friday, haviagM 0s in Jacksoville with the member of the school board
at th tor over on business. fduht, Mrs. Fred from that district, was here lSo th m TIranspo rtn
.a H..rm^- -td o Murrayr d ether relatives. Wednesday to attend a spell ciOiUil ,Bu 1 auupO rtatUol
S tie is Colorite time. WANTED-First-class Sales meeting of the Board of Public :
Make.5 ag-g ateas" good* as wpesentative form aSe ow d*ad daean" Instrurtion. Com pany
1new. al at Sber's. cyby ,established maa iJumsL, 11uLMauL -
...- State experience and refeaiee tvillsPla. We pe- Bleached T ble Damaskd
L.L. Owens, of Eversreen, as to ability sad character.- BuoipareeIgtpagefm retrna ar intes wide, as a help to thrifty -___
was business Vilitor to the 282. Charleston, S. C. 4-t housekeepers to reduce exp- --- --
countyst w onlt.,. FO. FOUNDi'- Aut bile ra se. Now offend at 49e d. t~ ". ... ,t
Mrs. Morris Mhler and gtwh Owner may have same by call- Mularkey's
Tahl eardsut or Easter card daughter, Margaret, spent froma It -t this office and paying -
ete p ram pencils, etc.. Sunday until Tuesday in Jack. this advets nt Among the visitors to the C T A D
te, at -. onvlle with the former's slater, county seat WM I "1 .AJX h Dr B
t_ --- Mrs. Gertie Trushin Chickens Fresh Country J. J. N. Conner, G. H. Stokes, -
Mr.fliCam Ocala M. -- uA 1Negetabs always an Herbert Gerdom- C. L C. Buars
ent Ws are during We are showing a iew ine of r delver Ca. or and Dr. C. C. Fuqua, a quintet
the Nt week. a guet of the the famous Chalumers line m fornai Fruit Store. Phone 141. of prognsasiactisei t f C*i T e fo
Keym derwoar for Spring and Sam. Hard. aIy 1X S O WT are noW
-- mer, for me, h t,;_ __ ho -otoria- from -. I .S
Latqpt attractions in hes pa- Your inspection inviteda b >ka*wvfle on Sunday and You win look prosperous if u and payable to the City
per, pound paper, etc., of the key Bros. spending-uthe day at the Key- you will call and invest in one of ._
betteuatn atsi ..stone, wer. a Mr. I. B. Sanford our New Style araw Hat .r T x CoiHe or at his office
SMr. and Mrs. Ja-mes Baar ad famiysat Mt I A. Pieree, Easter. Good time to order at S OlCe,
S. D. Jones, of Callahan, one and interesting chi-*g.a f ,oboken, N. J. new uit to co.plt= your t- A A ^.
of etlMspri eidm, of oef N.s.nven. -- .t a save money at iMu. COrner Second and Ash streets.
counj spent mdys here with the former's Aister, Mrs. Subscriptioes taken for Mc. larkey's
this wek with idt .Sds. Ira W. Hardee. .m- f '. t rompt payment is requested.
-- Mew Nattrs received da.y at Live agents wanted to handle *
The People's Seting Out. Palmer Engines for every u a. city trade for the gemui J. I.
Stare whicIt wsa famed tosecqt. South.. Send far < I ,ufdy>WM always as te J... Wa2kbsQGo., Dq*p t74,
reduced prices. PALWEK iM ilupt delivery. Cal. Menhoi, Team. 2-24 Ci t y .= Tax Colle tor
Mrs. J. Keno J tof .l 3B08.a 122 S. Ocean St., Ja. frulsaPFruit Stare. Phone 111. -
lahasee, was te sovBe, Fla. Meers. Joseph W. Hio and
gest of Mrs. J. L. ay, for lken, Psha Coi.try Walter L. ChaloerIni oBted-
the weekend Mr. Peastlee, dneasgap so with the U. Depulaust 'S ________








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Ethel Clayton in "A CITY SPARROW." Romance
of New York cabaret dancer and young farmer, dealing
in contrast between sordid life of city and wholesome life
of country. 10 ;ad 25c.
A Cosmopolitan production. "THE RESTLESS
SEX." This is a special feature released by Paramount
and is one of the really big specials of last year. A most
interesting story in seven reels. Added, International
Dorothy Gish in "FLYING PAT," a "just wed"
romance that is full of fun. Hubby meant his bride to
have a career. She started out with a world's champ
aviatrix; followed, a wreck, a road house, a scandal, a
runaway, and many other humorous situations. A typi-
cal "Gish" picture. Added. Bruce Scenic, "THE MAN
WHO ALWAYS SAT DOWN." Also, the second of a
series of industrial pictures of the Southland. 10 and 25c.
VIOLA DANA in a new ptciure, '"THERE ARE
NO VILLIANS." A youthful, sleuthful comedy drama
about two kinds of rings in which love and the law both
want the same man and a marriage in performed in in-
stallments: proving'that love may he blind but not dumb.
Added, Gayety comedy. "AFRAID OF HIS WIFE."
A Paramount Feature, title to be announced later.
Watch the signboards. Added. Vanity comedy. "PAY.
ING PATIENCE." 10 and 25c.
The last chapter of "THE MISTRESS OF THE
WORLD." entitled. "Saved by Wireless." This concluding
chapter is the greatest and biggest of the series. Don't
Miss It. Added. Mutt and Jeff in "lAong Live the King."
Childrens' Matinee, the final episode of "Do or
Die." Beginning next Saturday, the latest educational
serial for children. entitled. "WITH STANLEY IN AF-
RICA," a new style of serial that has been approved by
the largest schools in the country.

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


1). L. Hodges, of Hilliard, who
is the school board man from
that section, was greeting his
friends here Wednesday, having
come to the county seat to be
present at a special meeting of
the school board.
Mrs. M. R. Wilds Mrs. J. P.
Grimm, Mrs. Julia Muller and
Miss Anoise Briggs spent the
week-end at Jacksonville and St.
Orpha 1). Bruce Chapter No.
55, 0. E. S., will meet to night
and will confer the degree. All
members are urged to be pres-
Mr. Reed, who is interested in
the compilation of a history of
volumes, was here several days
this week to secure data for the
S. A. Ogilvie, of Callahan,
candidate for the legislature,
was a visitor to the county seat
Saturday and Sunday.
Judge J. B. Stewart and T. J.
Shave spent yesterday in Jack-

Miss Pearl Swearingen visited
Jacksonville yesterday.

"Say Fellows"-We'll have the

International Tailoring
Co. of New York

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The R.ex all Store


Next Thursday, Friday and. Satray

APRIL 6, 7 and 8

What Is a One-Cent Sale?

It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price-
then another item of the same kind for Ic. As an millustra-
tion: The standard price of Rexasl Tooth Paste is 2k.
You buy a tube at this price, and by paying Ic more or
3c, you get two tubes. Every article in thkaled isa
high-class standard piece of merchandise, just the same
as we sell you every day at regular prices sad have
sol you for year

Househok Remedies and Toilet Goods
Maximum Hot-Water Bottle or
Fountain Syinge
Liggett's Opeko Tea
200 Cups of Tea for Cent
Liggets Chocolates
Good Form Hair Nets
Statonery, Sundries ad Howehoid Needs
Oduig ieams on display in our store not ited here
A New Way of Advertising
Tlhs ee was developed by the United Drn CGo, s- dvertisag
pl1. ather thdm spend W lae eres as aemr is eer ws to coe-
a yes ed tw inemi of the-e good they =~e pemdig it ao tib.
i s peraimses to ell yes a fd-else paockae of high tadawd
m Ic. It comts muet to tM w c --A the less
f..m es t" wde wi be weell .p. I IIthe. goods plese yo.

Horsey's Drug Store

House-Cleaning Time Is Here!

Extra Special to Help the House-
Keeper Fix Up for Spring


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81x90 Seamless Sheets, this sale .
$1.50 White Bed Spreads .. .
$2.50 White Bed Spreads .
9x12 Matting Rugs; $5.98 values .
9x12 Grass Rugs; $8.50 values .

Nice Curtain Goods, this sale


75c Window Shades, White or Green, during this sale
10 yds. Lonsdale Muslin, this sale .

. $1.19

lOc yd.
. $1.69

Extra Special for Men, Saturday Only, April Ist
Two Hundred Pairs Men's Scout Work Shoes, values up to $3.50;
Your Choice $. 1.49 pair

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10 a. m.
Confirmation instruction Sun-
days, Wednesdays and Fridays.
3:15 p. m.
The Rector will be pleased to
confer with all adults and child-
ren, desirous of confirmation,
or renewal of maptismal vows.I
Following a six week's stay in
Fernandina as the guests mea i-
while of Miss Ada L. Williams,
Mrs. Walter B. Smith and her
daughter, Miss Janet Katherine
Smith, left for home last Satur-
day via Washington where they
stopped off for a week's sight
seeing. During their visit,
these ladies were the objects of
a round- of social attentions
they doubtless will not soon
forget. As a direct result, too,.
of Florida's elixir-like health-
giving climate Miss Smith's
departure found her practically
well and in a frame of mind at
once appreciative and lasting as
well as possessor of numerous
new and charming friends.
Dr. Eugene Daniel gave an
address at the regular communi-
cation of Amelia Lodge No. 47,
F. & A. M., Tuesday evening,
which was heard by about forty-
five Masons. This was decided-
ly one of the best meetings the
, lodge has had in years.

S .



JL W. Bleker, Rector.
Fifth Sunday in Lent.
Sunday-school 10 a. m.
Holy Communion and sermon
11 o'clock. Subject: "The Mes-
sage of the Stars."
Evening prayer and sermon,
7:30 o'clock. Subject: "Be-
hold What Manner of Love!"
Monday, 3:30, Woman's Aux-
iliary, Lenten Reading.
Monday, 7:30. St, Andrew's
Tuesday, 3:30, St. Margaret's
Guild at the home of Mrs. C. W.
Wednesday, 3:30. St. Peter's
I Parish Guild at the home of Mrs.
Louis Bale.
Choir practice, 8 p. m.
Lenten services, Monday and
Tuesday, 5 p. m.
Wednesday and Fridays,
7:30 p. m.
S Holy communion. Thursday.

Mrs. J. R. Lynn enteUtanedl
the Young Woman's Misionary
Society of the Methodist church
on Monday afternoon at her
home on Seventh street. Seven-
teen were present and a most,
pleasant time was spent. A
splendid program was carried
out. after which a social hour
was enjoyed. Refreshments
consisting of ice cream and cake
were served, Mrs. Lynn being
assisted in serving by Mrs. F.
1). Upchurch.
Mrs. John R. Mann entertain.
ed her Sunday school class Tues-
day evening with a most plea-
ant party, which was attended
by a majority of the members
and their friends. The little
folks spent a most pleasant time
with games. Delightful re-
freshments 'were served, the
juveniles leaving at a late hour
after thanking their hostes for
a season of genuine delight.







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