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: April 7, 1922
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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OLMAIE ENANDENP


NUMBER 19


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M. W.E*. CAMP INSYKUTUD
HERE SATURDAY, APR. 1


ESOPPOS RENOISSIMMOC

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Fraternal City Camp, Modern 0. T. Weaver, of Callahan,

OVEWHELMING MAJORIT iWomen of America was ins- e appointed .op su FIVE PER CEI
ss by District term of J. T. Goodbread,
_A 6 .... .tVN MA( HURolliston and m signed, announces in this issue
OUT W TOTAL OF7 VOTES TENN MATCHESmembersfrom The Leader for e-etio THE BAHAI MESSAGE
CAST -_ ON11owingT WEREa w. 41.-Brady. former consul.atj with school work for a L ITN
ISSUAiICE j~~~itches for the ~ Lake City, w -presented with A' eat many years, having been Ey.. ri i- the greatest
BON TO ETENT OF meant have been played: L rn Woodmen Hustler but- assistant principal at Callahan divine redlgin ce the gem o
.. .Belie 2effreys ca otaa by C. E. Bullock,S tate Depu- ipr two terms, and s naturally fife amongst men, the cause of
$ match with Claire Wear, ty, in ciation f his assist ll qualifiedtofill the office, the honor of humanity, and is.
S2 .o 2.-. TIeo Kelly an ane in forming the new amp. the people know by the man-roduc of
S, S ^ Kthere three g. .. ,.e wi. t r eK r prodct playededTr
Feomandina's proge sive citi- Kath Wte played the l wers f this order ee rin which he has handled it rodiv no nl eer
i,.re lose VOW C -. R. t amongst humankind. Religion
zens voted $150,000.00 worth of v. oneset, finally ing afch inte in the pidosti nw his appointment. The rur- is not for mit hatred. R i .
bOnds aon T edao the w rV- favor of Miss Kelly, with the club house to be erected he 4 I stbools have, with very few not for tyi or haste. I
pose of paying off an in. ofrds 2-1. Louise Davis play- the beadh. A free site has bee thee, tmrunnin sg religion he the cause of enmity
ess in the way f judgments d Gi-ce Kelly, Miss Davis e os offered. "for the first time in ev- ?r h ef sh
n in t h.es way of juget "0e"%on fand rancar. if it should prove
held by the first National Bank ing o ut vtoius in the aore The following officers were years thanks to Prof. We-th cause f ienting men, s-
and for the purpose of enlarg- of 2-0. The next match played installed: efforts to provide sure ne nreigione would be
Sthe y plants, by a vote of wa- etwen Nell Davis and Consul-I- I H. S. wearien. and the voters of Nassau better. or religion and the
64to rse, score being 2-0 m Advisor-T. Van De Bosart ty will think riously be- teachings which appertain to it
On account of the law gov- favu- of Miss Davis. Past Cons -J. B. Stewart. they make any change in are as. c otreatmeit.
earning the q ulifam of elec. In t he men's singles, the re- Banke ~ B get iauty superintendents should What is the o t of a
tors, less han e hundred qual- sult.- ere as follows: "Slim" Clerk--ReinSaon. Weaver have opl sition, of treatment? aI t
ified, as had to own real Westbrook defeated Billy Sub- Watchma Frank.heali B I cure .
estate and were quired to y rer after two hard fought sets, Sentry--. Mott. IANDLORD O EhI aor ut ie f the tmoubtcome o
1921 taxes in order to vote. score .-. Dan Nagle Id Leon- Eacort-F--. S. Coo. R iCA TNANS productive of mere diagnosis
This faCt, coming right at this ard Roux played two interesting Trustee One Year-H. V. Bur- nd d d u sion o sy *ptm the
time, when tapaying time in sets. re 2-0., Dan Nagle w- ge. Chicago, March 28.-There an boliti usn of ittly th
the city ii a lift early, kept ner. Trustee Two Years-. B. e 5,000 vacant flats in Chicagto ferabl oIn t, iis ese, n
m a n y from qualifying. 67 Matt ies are scheduled for ev- Stewart. today, and by June firs that ing religion would e a step t o-
voted in the fuwardus, and on- ery afternoon and the results Trustee Three Yrs-Joh n r w be doubled, says ward unity
ly three votes were recorded will be posted daily in Horny's Adams. A. L .Wa secretary of the w
&agamst the bsane With this and Waas' d g stor E All nt i lh e saCIon, n CICE AND m
kind of spirit amon the people, terested are Invited witness METHODIST W. M. be ays, is that prices are toot so
it is easy for ermann the games iReligion must be re
a thin over. Only lat week an gThe Woman's Mv sionary So- "la'adlords are asking any- it must agree perfectly with
mo O hold for the puran- J ~N~R~ ~A~. ciety of the Methodiat Church Where from $75 to $250 a science, so that science shall
heon sthnld for the Pur- J. J. N. CONLT ER O RI held its social meeting at the month for them, and people sanction religion and religion
ries of the special home of Mrs. W. H. Russell on can't ay," Mr. Walsh declared. sanction science. Tuhe two must
tax school district and the peo To my good friends and cust Atlantic Avenue on Tuesday af- Withthe coming O f ine
ple carried it by i vote 57 to 1. rh t-noooflastWt eek. An minter- weather, according to thr nt. bly, in reality. Down to the
p Caied it by Vote 57 to 1. mers of the HilHard territory: e pog thou ery er chplpi, thousands present day it hs been custo-
.. 3. esADDO(pWILL you that titu grievesmedee
J. TO RUN hat bu s conditions mak enjoyed by all present. A read- filis who will take up their becae it. was cled religion ,
it neesar NO sfrOmeNtt d iti os makbny the hostess and instru- abode in tent colonies in the even th.,gh it were not in ac-
Notwit e fact that ine besry t i ts mental mu._ rendered by M: forest es surrounding the cord with human reason.
.& ti fact that tinuetyie bustnese at Hillard at this p n city. MYea it was estimated .A.rn .WEU AND
J.IL BraMddoc ,of Clhan, has time, but it seems necessary, as #,a,.em was h -o% __:--. that fully 1 aved
me. awrcOf t7 a*his I feel that a general store in theM.1 Meeting Was..osiby aI.iartothe


iT TAX-RAISE

BOARD DOES NOT FAVOR
HIK IN TAXES AS OR.
DIED BY STATE TAX
EQUALitRM AT TALLA-
HARIAMR

At a special meeting of the
Board of County Commissioners
Monday, April 3rd, Mr. S. H.
Swearingen, Tax Assessor, pre-
sented recent instructions re-
ceived by him from Marion L.
Dawson, State Tax Equalizer, at
Tallahassee, directing that the
taxes in Nassau county, on both
real and personal property, be
increased 56 per cent. This ac-
tion of the State Equalizer
brought much protest from the
board, and the matter was dis-
cussed from various angles.
. The board took the position
that during county equalization
of taxes last year, they spent
much time on work, and had en-
deavored. to place a fair and
reasonable tax value on prop-
erty throughout the county,
and they feel the Board of
County Commissioners is in bet-
ter position to know the value of
property in Nassau county, than
the tax equalizer at Tallahassee.
The point was raised by some
of the members of the board
that the act passed by the last
Legislature creating the office
of State Tax Equalizer %as for
the purpose of equalizing the tax
value of property of the same
class throughout the State. The
State Equalizer failed to specify
what particular classes of prop-
erty In Nassau county are not
LM use W" $imir damea4
him--far *fak OnrMrMM Af


7at-w masay om--ap --- Is n ieu whine,
over the county, agm e0 dial with one person for all their That cost the least ad does St Paul.i ,Manr 28.-St. e
of the be4 cities d Fermai0- B L the most is jtmt a pleasant Pa's third mixed jury was for- o
dina he fusea to run oa ac- I soM part of my steak at smile ced to spend the night in the a
count of recent bumsin n- Hilliard to my brother nearly a The smile that bubbles from the same room in the county jail on
nections which will nmecestate year ago aAd since that time he heart that loves its fellow account of the failure to reach
his being away from Callahan has owned one part of the store men a verdict and was prepared this
most of the time. Mr. Br a and I have owned the bther, and Will drive away the cloud of morning to resume the plib p
dock is now serving his second it seemed to be confusing to the the sun again; tions in a damage suit. Eight u
term as a member of the Board customers to have to come tothe Wt's fll of worth and goodness women and four men were on n
of County Commissioners from store iand transact one rt too, with many a kindness thejury. They took the case i
the Calluahan district, and be has their business with one p on blt- late yesterday and after failing e
et latetyesterdayandpafterfailingsad
given perfect satifaction. The andthentae up the other art It worth a million dollars, and to agree were locked up late last
present board has e of their business withthe oth itdoe ct a cent. night as required by law. The -
much during the fourteen party. It seemed to methat this A after the program delicious criticism which followed the p
months in office and J. R. Brad- made it ery inconvenient to rfr.h. lain. locking up O the first two juries
dock has been a mighty import- the customers, and as it has al-mi- ing room c tpg o f Ma had Cnud the officials to make w
ant factor. Mr.Bradock appre- way s been m.. policy f the Wa ,hon a ndr. emb ted ar gemnt eriaf to make n
.. ......... .... ..... hin .. .. .... and-- better- te for patti- 0
ctn the confidence of the p o- every thing as convenient proved .f tioning off the jury room, and
pie and their proffered support and as pleasant as possible for charring haostes s e o lastenighte bavy in and
and asks that we thank each one my customers, therefore, I ant occasion wi long be'r high s were avaisbe.
in whatever measure words can thought it st that the tore membered. She was assisted in
convey. should belong to one person, r nd serving by Mrs. George Willis: CAT OIOC UltIeulI
I offered to huy my brother's in
HONOR ROLL FOR MA terest orn 11 him mine, and he Ht W ak Service St. d
OF FERNANDINA SCHOOL preferred tI, buy my part. I ST. P IS ulUnCImH ice St.b
feel sure that the public will be Mth e P s. t
First Grade-Marvin Hardee, treated riglit under his manage J. W. Blknday, or t. Sunday
Miriam Segal. ment, as ih has worked for me m a, or the y Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
Second A;raae-N. A. Hardee, for several ,ars and has ample net before y, services bein
Eugene Jones, Robt. Allen, Eiz- training t know how to operate HolY o mmnion, 8da.m. at 6:30 a.m.
abeth Hemingway, Etta Ander- a store, a t knowing him as I Sunday-sho l 10 a. m. Thursday, Friday and Satur-
soa, Theo'hos. sLEse Bent- ado I am tire the customers willA ornig prayer and sermon, day, services begin 6:00 a. m.c
st, ellerss Jon, E beth get fair and honest dealing 11 ock Subject. At the SerIe. I
Bowlehan Swearingen, Julia through him. Prsh. "l-thursday night, begins at t
Bfrig, re aanSwearmn Julia t -- s .. Ev k yer and sermon. 7:30 .tL "inastitutioan Holy
wpmi ire Ruth H- phreys, Wil.p I assure my good friendsan Ening pray Wserdns, :3 p. m I nst o
rthealm Suhrer, May Van ant. cu tomer of the Hlard ter 7:30 o'clock. Subject: "At the Eucharist." 2
Tirdh Grade-Molie Hardee, tory tha I feel under great ob Me tin of the TwoxWays." riday night, 7:30: e
Marie Fati, Thet-t ,-ligatonS to themand Iwantto Monday, 3:30, W man's Aux- Mystery of the Crucifix"
Jae .e Sawers, EvereDtt Mie .u thank them with myo eart Iiary Lenten Reaing at the Allcare .. _mei D.
Fo--th Grade-Myrtle MizU, for the most liberal ptrona Guild Hall. Rev. Pastor M. F. Mullsly.
ere Bowers, Vera Sanders, they have given me for these onday, 0 ., Vestry Meet- HE KNEW
yLtNTnyn Sauls. Doma Shave. e- I tor wan t to ontg. .P 3 --
h Grade-Jack Mizel, state t,, my good friends that I Tues.oday, 3:30 St.M are' s i
-idy ar er, L a si bat their service tdo Guild at the hme of OC. W. The ca in n atural history
S aelle arssonVta, them :s l favor I can at any Lasserre. 3:r recSi ,ei Go. the tem ,r
h aeh rssn Vesta Prewitt, sle. l W dy a a asked: "Where is the home of
Jefre y. Friday SweatizSwen. I%.-nt to say right here that Parish Guild at the home of Mrs. the swabw.s"
Sixth Grade-Sarah Ferreira I eariestly thank the good peo- W. Bieker. Long siece, then a hand
eventhGrade-rae Na pe other Callahan territory for Choir practice Wednesday you y answer."
Dorothy Jeffreys. the1 I eral patronage they have 8 P. m.R ... ,ti ou. of yt a .sr
Eighth ,Grade-, h n,- siV me since I have been Imten services, Monday, .. .e. _homo th s all
eHigh Schrool-Evelyn. o. ",toste to all the good people 7:3. _the rt.n. k.f p ra.nru-
fosa Galphin, Elm Hig in-. of lahan and H illard and ., _iefrt.atiili .n Sa,-,t.
botham. sur-,,onding territory that it is Wd_, Wednsy ad ""s EAM 3 RCAKE AND CANDY
our aim to make am" Callaan 3:1 "p. .-,
...TEN store, the lar g est nb t equ ip ,a dy, 10 a. a., holy com- SALE SATURDAY, AP R.15
LENTEN SALAD AL e ( i general store in the county m er S_ .arga.Gild.will.hold
antiI assuretou that wei GollGoodFiaymo gPr, L
OFriday afternoon at Dr. alays be at your service to LftBYa @ Pa iteim t,4oe. a Cabe&a candy sale Saturday,
Horsey's Dr Store bet"4Sa sat-fyyou with anything in the "'rT hour.iCa GoesAPrs1e, etdWa rm
the hours of 3"30 anMd S ins Iinwam y,12 m.toSp. m.- from &to. k
the afternoon. shrimp =Ad o th cheapest prices, quaft con-.0 we i the h (m o. whohas
to salad will be onale. O si,. red. e man w o le t th yp .Cas Mosawitz. who har
ceeds for charity. Your Very sinw*ely for ad -d is Ph is bem ".L' LL..aL-cry st-or


lna of stu a IJ6 r
duAttio!. Having one Ce
f educatic"w promotes i
mong maaki"
AANM3nM--V OF LLL
nwUcDWnos


unity


It is established that all the
prophets of ,God have come to
mite the children of men and
iot to disperie them, and to put
n action thelaw of love and not
nmity. Consequently we must
hrow aside alljhese prejudices,
-the racial prejudice, the
patriotic prejudice, the religious
ad political prejudices. We
must become the cause of unity
Af the human race.-AdN.


HIL


EZLLES FRIENDS
INOUNCE HLM


Friends of H. L. Ezelle. a resi-
lent of Bryceville, announce
him in this issue for member of
he school beard from the Calla-
han district, or District No. 2.
Mr. Ezelle is an educated man,
who knows the needs of both the
city and rural schools and will
make one of the best school
commissioners the county ever
had. He is well known all over
the district and is strongly sup-
ported by somee I the best citi-
zens of Callahan, Bryceville,
Verdie, Kent and Yulee.
NOTI('CE
I will be in Ferra idina on Sat-
urday, April 15th. for the pur-
pose of collecting :oat and fish
license from parti,- desiring to
fish in Georgia waters. I can
be found at the Keystone Hotel
and will ask all parties to see
me on that day anI get boat and
fish license for tlU year, as the
laws against'non-resident fish-
ing will be very -trenously en-
forced this year.
EMMETT McELREATEL
Game and Fish Warden, Cam-
den county, Ga.


CHANGE IN MEETING DATE:
The.regular April meeting of
the county school board will be
held this month i Friday, the
14th, instead of the 12th. This.
however, is only a t +ep
change. O. T. WEAVER
Superintendent.


mr ai oera a
sfemea- increase c 5 p emit on
all property in the county, as
he has done.
It seems other counties in the
State have been notified to
make increases from 5 per cent
to 15 per cent, and some of the
counties are preparing to oppose
the action of the State Equlizer,
and perhaps carry the matter to
the Florida Supreme Court to
test the custltutionality of the
law. The board did not autho-
rize the Tax Assessor to add the
5 per cent increase until the
matter can be further investi-
gated. The board is to be con-
gratulated on being awake to
the situation and endeavoring to
protect the interests of Nassau
county.

LIST OF JURORS
List of jurors drawn to serve
at spring term of circuit court
for Nassau county, which con-
venes on Monday, April 17th,
1922:
L S. Stokes, 0. M. Haverstick,
C. B. Davis, Noble A. Hardee.
John D. Jones, J. E. HodIM
A. A. Geiger, J. B. Mann, E. -T
Stokes, Wm. Stewart, E. F. Few-
ow, John Vanzant, Jr., 0. F.
Bryant, W. C. Veach. B. Cook,.
G. W. Platt, J. Barnard Cone
D. T. Haddock, Jr., J. F. Brad-
dock, C. Blake, Willie Fouraker,
W. B. Monroe, Jr., Frank IL
Raffo, J. A. Surrency, Jr, J. T.
Haddock, 4. W. Hunt, G. B.
Johnson, J.U. Rapho, Jr., E. D.
Braddock, J. B. McDonnell.
John Peters, John Freeman,
M. M. Carroll, R. B. Thomas,
J. W. Johnson, P. G. Wingate.

S. C. BRADDOCK WILL
BE A CANDIDATE


It will be good news to not
only his friends at Hilliard ad
in the Fourth Comnissioner's
District, but all over the county,
that S. C. Braddock, of Hilliard,
wil be a candidate for re-elec.
tion as County Comminioner
from the Fourth District. Mr.
Braddoek was elected in 12
and during his ter" of offlea
has made a good county coo&
mimiowr ad the chance are
ht dho Wm haTn anWamiilm


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It might xb more popular if itI
were not called the bonus.


,LOCAL AND PERSONAL

Sunday will It. Palm Sunday.


TURKISH I)r. S. J. Brown and wife left
iRCINA k atby automobile for their home in
BURLEY^ I Hartford, Conn. Wednesday
BURLEY morning, after a delightful visit
of several 'vIeks as the hIOUse
giu'Usts,of C(ol .and Mrs. N' B.
Borden. This genial couple are
rep '-ular winter visitors to the
"Land of Flowers." During their
visit here they have made many
friends who gladly welcome
-- --.II I4thei tr riiturn every year.
that its the pock-e J. .1. N. Conner. the merchant
Its the pocket- bk prince from Callahan. was a
bds eovisitor to the conIIUy seat Mon-
bed BIe Y o0 iav anl Tuesday. 11l came
1eBURLEYTo1Kscos I,.vl" to have the Leader prepare
advertisingg matter for an Eas-
S*m FIIFTH .AVE. ter sailed, aninoun-meniit of which
m% ',",..,g [is is:uik' in this issue. Mr. Con-
Sner. who has also operated a


CASTHORIA
For Infants and Chldren.

Mothers Kmw That
Genuie Casteria


-The Reds will never succeed : store at llilliard for manmy years, ,, IF J
because at heart they are yel- ITAXES TO BE FIVE LASSERRE MO'T)oI &'m). hia so ll his iterests there to
low. PER CENT HIGHER 1922 PUTS ON SP'EC'I \I. STUNT his brother, C. C. Conner. and Ahdelsdta.Rem.
n- o what ms According to an order sent The lass'rrve I.I r (,Co. his plans to con cent rate his ener- Constipalioaanatmi)
One-third of what most of us out by the State Tax Equalizer inaugurated a -' ;, i., on ti- large store at Calla- a* d Fewf.il-'SS"a
know, says an exchange, is un- Marion L. Dawson, Tax Asses- for Ford olsers. : ; ,n tr sor S. H. Swearingen is ordered of which is made I; iis is.;e.
o 0 to raise the valuation of all real Mr. Lasserre. wt,, i i.tV l., ,- Amon th vi-iters to Fer- Bac5,ae,",
"Who killed John Barley- and personal prohrty five per ous of giving his pl. i.s v,,rv nandina o Wethlsday was J.
corn? asks an exchange. Is he cent to bring .same up to a advantage in labor .,,-Is. plais lInmpltn J.m.s. 4f Callahan, r-
d uniform assessment through- a considerable redht- t ion it, .ill' wvih has let,i n et itioned as a ORK
--o-- out the State. costs affection FonI r rpirs : 'ailed candidates for State BrEli
Hating a man won't change os aes.,." :ml ta neImber of the m
his character, but it will affect Preventative Mediime ,ious,,i of ep itsint' I alives.. Mr.
yours. Preve iv eie political Anno.i.cemens .|ol. hnte'ndhd to m;ke a speech --
i farmr askdforsucor The tendenvy of medical r'oK h lcrrw i .ii.M: hert' Wedncsday light. ut his
Ihe farmer asked for succor, science is toward preventative To the DerSum-rati. voter: of Ni, lette; to Ti'e Leader reached.
and congress treated him like a Auieneeir preventative tt ofWap.
sucker. measures. It is easier and bet- i rspiinui.v anuce n1..oo. late last week
tr t prevent than t candidate for tilt. i norterati., nuriil.i- for Its to give anyy pl)licity to
ter tQo prevent than to cure.a ion 1 tsuce<-. Build air castles if you like Pneumonia one of the most urth Judii.al ircuit of Flrida. I to his ;hildress, with the result ---
Build air castles if you ike. eumoniae mostav end.ori ihiuy to, fulfill that hiT' postonedl it until next *
You won't have to pay taxes on dangerous diseases that medical my Ue ndti rn p.I ondat lenit. Mr. Jo-s will ome of tlt, old-fashi i
them. men have to oend with often id Poliil. Ivri.s,,t) speak i the court houe and People who said they
Srip The cold treares the wa: .: will in his remarks to the couldn't get along without :.
"Germany Faces Ruin," says, grip. The cIld prepares the ,. r.,: :, ,T.'t: .t eight t,'hck sharp, tie whiskey in tlh,* his Li
headline. Why doesn't sheisystem for the reception and date f,,r Rtres.,n ,.. iai, sisi, 'ri hps to greet hr piz better now.h
turn around? i development olf the pneumonia tier th e.frm:.'N isnall", h,,"tv',,l. uilc e is ta or h1 [ ltter now.
turn aroun 'germ. The longer the cold primary eiei... ..l. h<.ito .bhl111 .11mjm, li.i fe will talk on the -- -_
h on thr t theod Havino bee k hon..rd y th; epnolel oi political situation in the county A Real Busin. pportu
Europe seems to regard the hangs on, the greater the dan- Nassau cou) a -ir repr-sentai,. id s s that he will anounce A Real Busins port
money we loaned her during the ger. Take Ch berlin's Cough afor seraI tr s. ,.I.,t-iat inst ihat he will do neext Mo
war a bonus. Remedy as soon as the first in- and influence.. A. ol<;n.Vi:.fs
dication of aohl aso as 1avahgn. I,... h. 2.. -V iht. When it come., to We are looking for a 11
SappearsPaid I e,,itiil A41 ertilenmentl) makir:.'- political speech oranyw
The earlybird usedto get the to get rid of it with the least '" -) makir:a political speech or any wide-awake men ani womn ,
he erly bi rd Lusedto get theI ,ss;hibe ,.. It #.fo v l. hereby make' ni ann-unvem.nt :, 'I hIind of talk, for that mat-,1 make mi I.-.L. :I- f,.. or
worm, and now he gets a place possibledelay. It is folly to risk a candidate f,.r niunpresentatvo. r I of talk, for that ma.. handle city trade for thet.
worn, andanowohe getmoa when No.b2. f rrom Nassaut'nllfita. s r I.-et er, .1. Hampton Jones is hard*
to park his car. a attack of pne.ni.a when a a. onftileneo 2 tlron as ,'ont. suej. h l ine eand original J. It. W:ali
Sc this remedy may be obtained for e -~.a on e Ioted iru Ju Ifn-e t,'t o i, ni w arers e Products. Established Iie
American airships.seem to be a trifle. x enea 4yr r oPr t: ti l teroubei atte aid nationally d known staltd I ,
atRatt unsafe as German sub- t ft / t. o M thlle ty i t's reet "Ule "ing. ly advertised. Our prtopos.
arines used to be. We always ha I .SI aEs l 1r Let' godl od"Unc l imP" with is superior from every angI,
-. oo fresh vegetables, fruit, chtek ,iT a.. M.rh iSlarch9d. I wowde will he glad to tell w
Piipinoa believe in ghosts, ens and fresh country eggs. (Paid eTrie t. l fer r,.-. I Farmer 'ured of Rhe.m.. Write toy for frae simlh
mays a news item. So do we. if We buy from the farmers direct R STAT' S: .iut exclusive territory. i I vt *I
they walk regularly. 'and our stocks are always fresh. ,TI,,-. fri..lrs .tf ,, 5 u.ie,i '.. \ man livi :i f first served. .1. tl. TWtikii.
00 United Fruit & Cigar Store, row take pe:lsure ,. A:. n ure.' l ng one farm Co., Dept. 75, Mein>iis. Tti-
0h, 1ha s on...t. d I. t ...t i *. ., ,i- h-rf ra. In<111: | a short tim e '
More trouble. Farmers say Phone 260. *at. e.r ...t '" *'"", '" ago completely doubled up with
they are going to plant fewer IDemorati prn r i J r matism I handed him a
watermelons this year. Imdiestionu and C(onsipation o iS eii in ".., ..;,I, i.,'d iot le of Chamb.erlain's Lini-
C- rt-iident --f Nassau ..u and td him to use it A |.
A corespondent wants to, "Prior to using Chamber- a liT,, ,.-",,I, .f.. ;,. :*,a I ei T he D A K.
earnes- eeilla.. :i Ih. i ,,, ill*.. ih:k.. s" .s C. RV atder. Pat- T he. A
know what a quandary is. That's lain's Tablets, I suffered dread- ;t h..:;' :,.,. ,.n Mills. N. Y. "A w y
what congress is in fully from indigestion. Nothing t ,'*eir-- ,,v .. 1I .(t er 1he ,walked i t lI store
I ate agreed with me and I lost .oa:,tr. aS s m ght as a st ring ati hand- or A( N
Emma Goldman is now long- flesh and ran down in health. ""rra .di.a,. i' -,a : me u a! doir ag l ihand- N
iag for the freedom which she Chamberlain's Tath.ts strength- '-n 'd-. iti' ii ei- n, an other. bottle of Cham i. lain's
Aeorned when she had it. ened my digestion and cured me FOR IM PEKITI, 0T'o ,4 1 IV"' *iniment- I want ii in th ho
co of constipation," writes Mrs. t "a all t he lime for it cired n>." FAIRBANKS s
Moneystalks, and sometimes it teorge Stroup, Sol\a y. N. Y. id.a. ft:or "t.' i. "it.
induces a minister to accept a !to .:. -.1,. ,,e S, ,,,' ".' A.:u e.,, da.. y s ag.... ., iver HUBB \iI)
call to a new church A Chicago man was sent to: '(. F ,o ri. I ,,* I e5,.r. .it, ert. nlsh ba, was lo.I on the streetss (
---o-- ain asylum hecaus.e he had a pas hii le. .. ,., of Ferniandiua by Mrs. i HI
Ali exchange says there were si)on for going around in circles .x ".cu '.uo '., :.I1e.1s. The finder willplease re- BUCK'S S !\
fewer eternal trinagles in the without gettinir anywhere. re*.-. fi! : I' turn to owner aidl receive. re-
old days of the square dance. They might hav. set-nt him to Ariln :,.. !e:' ward. 20 South vSeveuith street
0-0+rt- congresss. ..M; -"q- Also, We r :m
Cheif Justice Taft says the I oL" """I I* H .
country has all the lawyers it There is little better luck BiIJ.a.. .., .i II. :. .., an..u... ..s .. BUIL|)\
needs. Mr. Taft does not ex- than finding that your last sum- '"ta ci "n .hilir:'- q.'... I- i ,fr i'," ,, i 1"'-.i,,A [ II
pect to run for office again. mere's suit will be .ood for an- 'f"ritl:. """ '" ...* .t... ". i'. ,l,",.' ,.,;;,'ie .i. tet HARDHiAr ,
0-- 0- -- other season. *'0.1'gi4 M : *. c c ,, I';,;. lli.. : -e I une.
You have observedl. of course, """ t il -ll." 1 ''1 '"* ,.--' lr tiiu I h v e
tf sas1-4 d t it i arv.- of,: *
_at congressmen have voted Another trouble atlout trying 'l l : %"i ,.. ,, "l' -.. i0-.r,,..... ,, ,, ,o:, C 1
tbemwAelves a bonus for free to run down a lie iL that some- ,- "." P'1il l" .'." '" .i I t, 1. 'i, "\..4 1,- ..1 1 ... r ,i U
1 8 times it turns out to, Ie true .... ... .I s l ll I
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.is tli ot)f tic, h. Icer who is afraid
!i. i s i,t ',. be defeated for
.< l i- ion
il, r'lle your guess at
s;iu nlti of Westinghouse
l.:n;mi i' 'pi' window of Loh-
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t, .. \ .. st whatever to
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'It,. Iid to Happiness
Sa ;;; t keep well if you
wish t It happy. When con-
. Chamnherlain's Tablets immedi-
*n .l :i' ftel supper. They cause
: it 1 movement of the


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Terms Cash


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We are dosing out for cash a special purchase of
over-stock of White Kid and Reinskin Pumps, Ox-
fords and Boots. Baby Louis and Cuban Heels,
straps and lace effects, in most all sizes; but you'll
have to be one of the first if you want to be properly fitted--las we
are offering values up to $13.&j for $4.85 during this sale, and
they will go fast. Sale will continue until all are sold.


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NSSAU COUNTY R3AD=.mwmNFLED


pap Twu


Columb'ia Dry Batteries
ame for Salc t lop4ur verve door!
You cali ~l "'~t Up.-Iu Jtd get Co-0
lunmbij I )r% RIitit'g le-sIir.ev'.r you
live. Hardw ire aidIJgetttri tal slo,
efeitroc~ijlaw. it-Lttje. nt i'jzj "Ceri


tunweru-alh n x.cdfor dJo~f'rhdb,LbUZ'-
e, [teatfre rhha1l.ar.r,.lanns. etc... for
,a evi'I:tw .id trak-tor ignition. for
wjsak .in. l:tk litimui :~on uion..,elf..


starting j:,. .:nd '" <*f ,*, b tt ,
need t un. i t i .,.t UzUi
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Dry Batteries
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BRYAN CLUB ORGANIZED RESSUE PARTY FAILED

Tampa, March 28.-A Bryan "Our -nighbors's boy," relat
club of Tampa was organized at W. K. LAatherlock. "came hon
a mass meeting here. A. B. Mc- with his clothes badly torn ai
Mullen, lawyer, was selected; ,... .Wh
chairman of the organization. rrtIv t ie other evening. "Wh
Petitions were circulated re- Robert !" exclaimed his mother
questing Bryan's candidacy for "how on earth did you get
senator on the grounds that the that condition?" "I tried
election would "promote world save a little boy from getting
peace, domestic prosperity and licked," he told her. "Who w
obtain for Florida a greater the little boy?" she asked wit
voice in our national govern- pride. "Me," said Robert.-
ment." Capper's Weekly.
A h I


ILGRUJNWALD
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To home .Purmeal &mwb" mm iski
Femee lnmmep.mbefb.ig
~npwm. ssmed. p -sihalebad.,

The rurmml Dry %4ilk Co.
l3ip Room St., ierkolburs. Elm.


CELEBRATED 1iH BIRTH-
DAY ANNIVERSARY


Last Thursday afternoon,
March 30th, Mrs. S. H. Swearin-
Igen entertained with a child-
ren's party. honoring her at-
tractive little daughter, Freida,
who celebrated her .tenth birth-
day anniversary.
The rooms of the residence
;were tastily decorated with
ferns and pink roses, and
promptly at four o'clock the
guests began to arrive and were
greeted by their hostess who en-
tertained the youngsters with
games :and amusements of all
sorts.
The afternoon passed all too
quickly irtil six o'clock, when
all were invited into the dining
room, where a birthday cake,
crowned uith ten pink candles,
was waitiagm to be served with
the ice team which is always
so dear ,'' the heart of child-
hood.
Mrs. Swearingen was assisted
in serving the children by Mrs.
J. P. Higgiolmtham.
After this the little guests
took their departure, declaring
the party one of the best ever,
and wishing their little hostess,
who wore a: dainty pink frock, in
honor of the occasion, many,
many more happy birthdays.
Those sharing the happy
event were:
Charlotte Messick, Margaret
Clark, Estelle Larrson, Myrtle
Mizell, Vera Sanders, Vesta
Prewitt, Tota Moscovitz, Eliza-
beth Swearingen. Mildred Bunk-
er, Nancy Ozmer, Reiman Roux,
es Harry Barker. Errick Larrson,
e Billy Jeffrevs and Thomas
e Shave.


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to
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oiv .leriI -nap out oU lUK isu
the ex-service man setting down
and waiting on his bonus.

Sead Your

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We Prepay Parcel Postage on
Returning. Florida's Largest and
Finest Equipie'd French Dry
Cleaning and S; e:m lDveinn
Plant.


L. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

Jadwenvile. Fit.
*Aft~wU E-Y9#U 333585 3a"3 NoWN 1FOR ILW
Used esm. sw- *111, *PeFwr. ggplaa1W~tetinio C5.np. o
los~ei m% o ees.. cau.er. corwpesa. Voe sa" 9k~i Seeda. m
-C-a liod rtwe. Lgog urgive gufi"a, M64"al. .We ean7m d
W-1111am 1 LOrim now Ugh mmudltnued.. that Love bees g$woodma"
provem tobe sastoedto WIWsI" aandgMcum&*&B. mand as elomml4901*a-
~eiee.ema m. -tobeandle the Floridaruead busier..so sawvm-e
SpRONG CVATABAPGIJ:
Maauiom% 4rlmg *mgatalme iAsnew ready. Wrilt. 0..Iso. YetwO tBob-
Af@ sdlb Faend.so~ WAmdmummarer ee s hould asvgm tb.aSee
ol ~emano&entamma in owt dgesevreiveCatalogue. !%or~WIed13
oft e@4wt so ghmggwho em0disInthet eows Promptly.a.4,.Wietv to
00"Ty. bulkal 5gigmmaUnmmedpoke weam al oU~oftble wed.
& A. MARTIN SEED( I.


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LEGAl ADVERTISEMENTS


N 1T' I a K
All persons having claims aalt
The C*a*ahan State Bank, of (Oa-ahana
lorlda. are hereby notified that they
must file proof of such claims wtt
the Receiver. The American Trust
Company of Jacksonville. on or before
the 14th day ofut Pebrury. 1923 or all
such claim wUl be barred under te
provision of theAct of 1919. Chapter



couny. Florida. InpSaua J ta!-
onltaon ad-opted by the er ot _
lic Instrcion or Nasss county.
iat ..mai 1 ,wn eat prtvao
sale .1 W worth of inert bea
--me warrants amed a M Upgi
.Tax 8eebooDi let mber TwO of
Nasna county torida, on the 1M
day of April. 22. mad warrantsbeMG
lea the denomlnatailoal of $1.0each
anti bearing the rate of terest sot to
exceed 6 per cent per dau"M1 Baurtff
twelve months from date of isunc.
J.T. SWEARINOGN. Chafrm a.
o. 1. WEAVER. Secretary. 4-14
as COrn sr ahe C auty Jude. %sate
o1f lorida.


"CON


TOMLLMES OF
THE MILLION CALLS


"Controllers of the Million
Calls a picture made by the
Southern Bell and Cumberilmd
Telephone & Telegraph Co .-
nies, will be shown at the Rex
Theatre on April 12th.
The picture is intended to
show just what modern tele-
phone service calls for from its
most numerous class of em-
ployes, the operators, and how
the results desired are secured.
The picture shows the work
of the telephone operator in a
large, exchange from the time
she enters the employ of the
company and starts bn a course
of instruction to the time when
she becomes a finished operator.
There is a personal element in
the picture in the views of a
number of prominent people
such us some of the leading club
women of Atlanta, of Mr. J.
Epps Brown, President of the
Southern Bell and Cumberland
Telephone &Telegraph Com-
panies and of Mr. E. K. Hall,
Vice-President of the American
Telephone & Telegraph Comn-
pany, as he appears when dis-
coursing on his panacea for re-
moving the "a s
between capital and labor, this
being what Mr. Ha calls the
four C's, "Contact, Conferma
Confidence and Co-operation"
between manpagpm~nt and em-
ployes.
This is one of the series of
pictures which the Southern
Railway System, the Louisville
& Nashville Railroad, the Georg-
ia, Atlanta & West Point and
Western of Alabama Railroads,
and the Southern Bell and Cum-
berland Telephone & Telegraph
Companies are producing and
exhibiting through the South-
east in combination with South-
ern Enterprises, Incorporated.


"SHA
BR,


I


In ref ;.Itato of
MARY 1. BRYCI. Deceased.
Nassau County.
To all "rediturs. Liatsese, Diatribe-
tees and all Persons havlfe Clam
or be--d- aai--t a BEstatoe:
Yoa. and each ofyou. ar hereby no-
Utifed and required to present any
claims and de=mads which you. or
either r you my have against the
eft"e of MaZy L Bryca aece Md. late
of Nassau county .tora.o the us-
deras e.ai H. L selU. as Admlaitra-
tor of said estate, within two years
from the date hereof.
IDated Pebruary 23rd. A. D. 1i92.
H. L. EZELL.
As Administrator or estate of Mary
L. Bryet. deceased. Bryceville. ia.
HINTON J. BAKER.
Attorra* for Administrator.
Pernandia. Fla. 4- 21 22
In Te conm"t atCemm"y juge ta msa"
poe p essaC Oumty, Plend.
SIn Re: Fstate of
Anton ialli. deceased.
TO ALL CREDITORS L3GAT2S.
DISTRIBUTES AND ALL PRt-
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DB-
MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to resent nay
clainau and demands which you. or
either of you. may have agalnt teo
estate of Anton Ha_ l, deamed.late
of FPermandina, N euomaty. rlOr-
da, to the underne-d admaing trit
ot said estate. within O. TYear trem
the date hereof.
Dated this 1Ith day of Pebruary. A.
D. 122.MARIE & BA.
I" Weit Church street, Ortlaani
Plorlda. Apr. 7-2t


STATEMENT Or T-W OWNERS.
MANAGEMENT. ETC, C m IRft
at THK ACT OW CONMOESS O
AIGUST 24. 192.
uf Na.4su County Leader and Fer-
nandina News-Record. published
weekly at Femandina. Florida. for
April 1et. 1922.
That the name and address of the
pubisher. editor, managing editor, and
business manager is:
Cricket Prewitt ,Fernandina. Flor-
ida.
That the owner is:
Cricket Prewitt, Fernandlna. Flor-
ida.
I That the known bondholder aenrt-
lagee. and other security holosm
owning or holding I por cent or mere
of total amount of Mmbondsortesas.
or other semrlties are:
R. H. Jones. Callahan. Florida.
MerMnthaler Linotype Co.. Brook-
CRICKET PREWIT.
Sworn to and subscribed betfre me
this bth day of ASrilTE 19W.
J. B.a START.
County Judge. N massa County. Florida.


FOR SALE


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Fire Hlen Wage fwrrIy
sed Im the City Fire Depart-
milt. Abe esmiplite et d
hanms. Ges for amdl tw
fire wage or can be cavorted
into Jers wagm fet fnm Le.
Prepma wil be reeved m
m Aumall tI b iammL


LMESE TWINS" DIE;
0. REFUSED OPERATION


Chicago, March 30th.-The
"Siamese twins," Josefa and
Rosa, died in a hospital here.
Josefa was taken ill with juan-
dice first and later developed
pneumni Ro contracted
bronhitis. Ra was a widow
and had a son eleven yearn old.
Josefa was unmarried. The
twins, according to their broth-
er; Frank Blaek, leave a fbr-
tune of $200,000 and a farm in
Czecho-Slovakia.
As Josefa was sinking fast,
physicians wanted to try an
operation to sever the bone and
flesh connecting the two, but
their brother Frank refused to
permit it. The attending physi-
cian finally announced that
there was no need to perform
the operation as both were dy-
ing. Rosa was Mrs. Rosa
Blazek Dvorak. Her husband
was a captain in the German
army and was killed in action
in 1917.


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WANTS TO TURN HOSE declared as she walked medita-
ON NEIGBOR WOMAN tively away.
rtaik nf what had coar a


Miami, March 28.-Newly ac-
quired women' rights do not in-
clude a prerogative to squirt
water on another of their sex,
according to a ruling in Judge
Branning's office here.
A woman dashed breathlessly
up to Deputy Sheriff Mattie
Ware and asked:
"I want to know if it's a crimi-
nal offense to turn a water hose
on another woman, for I'm go-
ing to do it." The deputy re-
ferred her to Judge Branning's
office, where she was informed
such an attack might come un-
der the head of assault and bat-
tery.
"'Well, rII a about it." she


in the neighborhood to warrant
this spontaneous quest of legal
knowledge were not revealed.


J. R. LYNN
Dentist
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oee Phme 43 ... Fm... 143
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LeROY McMURRAY
Dentist
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SIDEECEm P-O3M i
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189 IINIVERSAL C^m-


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Economical Haulage

Do you re m" dhat the Ford Onw-Ton Truck at $430 is not only
Sthe woadfiAua suchk value evcrtofiered but the o coni-
calmeanmmof i"Df yohaua&anAddlveyprobemswheth
you re a himr, merchant or manufacturer.
Let 'a give you af the acts.


Kusipmemt
Nsi Tk Thu andDgmueasRion. You,
csoleuoftheupuglgoauig of 5 f4to I
i., qdd "" air.the atandud patiog ci
7 1-4 ft I him buwyy haig.


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SENATOR CALKINS. OF
NASSAU WILL STAND
FOR RE-ELECTION
We are pleased to learn that
Semator James E. Calkins of
Nassau county, will stand for re-
election to the state senate, and
his record of public service, with
his unquestioned ability andl
high standing as public official
and private citizen entitles him
to be returned without oppo-
sition, and he will probably have
nome.
Senator Calkins has been ini
either house of the Florida leg-
islature about as long as any
member of the legislature. He
has served upon practically all
the senate committees and has
been president of the'senate.
He is especially fitted for good
service to the state and to Nas-
man county. V
As president of the senate, he
was always impartial, quick of
decision and uniformly courte-
ous. He enjoyed the confidence
and esteem of every member of
the senate.


As a state senator, he stood
for progressive legislation a-
long every line-moral, econo-
mie and industrial--without go-
ing to extremes. He was always
his own man and no private in-
terest was ever able to bell him.
As counsel for the Florida
railroad commissioners, he has
made several notable fights for
the shippers of the state. He
was singnally honored by the
national convention of railroad
commissioners and public ser-
vice commissioners, which selec-
ed him as one of the two coun-
sel chosen to argue before the
U. S. supreme court the impor-
tant Wisconsin case, which in-
volved the extent of the relative
powers of the Interstate Com-
merce Commission and the rail-
road and public service com-
missions of the several states.
As compiler of the Revised
General Statutes of 1920, he
gave the state the most
thorough revision of statutes
the state has ever had since it
became a state. All the dead
statutes were rooted out and
the live statutes made to har-
Wuhfime and apparent inconsis-
tencies removed, and the whole
general statute law of Florida,
,frcm the beginning down to the
revision, was brought forward
under one index and in three
volumes, including the index
volume.
Senator Calkins is one of the
cleanest, &as well as one of the
ablest men in public life in
Florida. He is a profound stud-
ent of men and measures, and
has the courage of his convic-
tions. He has never compromis-
ed with principle nor hesitated
to voice his own unfettered and
untrammeled views. Hlie would
make an excellent governor and
is peculiaraly fitted for justice
of the supreme court. lie is
strikingly of judicial turn of
mind, impartial, free of prej-
udice, deliberate and thorough.
And he never shrinks from the
laboring oar. He is ever ready
to do more than his part of the
work, whether it has to do with
detail in committee away from
the footlights or in the glare of
the public gaze.
Calkins is one of the state's
best public officials and a citizen
that we are proud to claim. He
has done good work for Flokwida,
and he has put Nassau county
upon the map. Nassau is one of
the smaller counties of the
state and ordinarily would cut
little figure in political or legis-
lative matters, but the State
Senator from that small county,
lihe Senator Borah of the small
State of Idaho and as did Sena-
tor Nelson Aldrich from
dhiainutivve Rhode Island, by
his own large abilities and sterl-
ing worth has made the in-
fluence of his constitutiency
felt beyond what their mere
numbers really entitled them.-
Peasacola News. March 22nd,
1922.
WA--LA%1S ISS'CID
The following warrants were Insued
hy the Board of Public Inatructlor of
Namu county. Fl".rida, on the 29t. day
March. A. D. 1922:
Siub-uhool District No. 1: Nasan
*'ounty Leader. publishing peiUtion A
I'.ute Sub-District Flection $75. J.. T.
ssearingen, per-deim S:; U. L. HdaS.
**r-dr4im and mil.aKce1: E. H. Br-
t,,k per-dela and mlleage $1.4
'DaJ H. (Gariand. Inspector $2 Gee. J
t'em,*." inspeetor. $2. J. T. frew irs.
l5t.ctorr $2: H. V. Burgess Clerk. $!:
v. H P'eck. teaching No. 1. (coL) $1iZ;
A :. D1hart. same. $65 Minnie L.
t,''hardson. maime. 155: Idella A. Plak-
',). same. $55. Florida Deas. same.
I.:: Verd.e A. Taylor. aame. SMW: A. J.
1*.*r. Kame, 165; Dela Wloe. same.
The followlag warrants were lsued
*y the Board of Public Inlstrction of
Naasau eoanty, Florida, on the S7th


*a) of Marc. A. D. 122:
Seb-schotit triet No. 2: J- A. Car-


METHiODIST UCOPAL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
CHURCH, SOUTH :
...--. OCorner Alachua and Fifth Sts.
Corner Bnroo and Sixth Sts. J. N. Ford, A. B.. Th. B., ls-.
Paul Kendall, tor. SUNDY
Directory of SiO. UNDAY. l
SUNDAY. Bible School, 9:45 a. n,. ,,id
SDA&. classes and teachers for all age
Sunday school, 10 a. m. pupils. W. H. Sims. Sutlprin-
Divine worship,.11 a. tendent.
Evening service, 7:30. Morning Worship, 11:00 a. n.
Epworth league, 7 p. m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m
Monday-Young Women's Good music and a corlial v..j-
Missionary Society, 4 p. m. come awaits all.
Tuesday- Womn's Mission- B. Y. P. U., Monday, 7:0wi p
ary Society, 3:'.0 p.m. Im. Miss Corine lHernaI',tz
Junior League. 3:30 p. m. president.
Wednesday- Mid-week pray-. Prayer Service Wedne: di:vy
er meeting, 7:30. Evening. 7:30. Conference iol-
Good music. Christian fellow- lowing first Sunday.
ship-A Church Home. W. M. S., Mrs. J. J. Rh,,,s
All heartily invited, president, meets in church on


Monday following first Suidy.
3:30 p. m.
Circles of W. M. S. .I l
residences on Monday fOOWW
third Sunday, 3:30 p. U.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH

Dr. Eugene Daniel, Minister.
SUNDAY.
Sabboth School, 9:45 a. m.
Public Worship, 11 a. m.
Evening service, 7:30 p. m.
('hristian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m.
WEDNESDAY.
Prayer-Service and Lecture.
7:45 p. m.
Let us do your printing.


CEMKWY ASSOCIATION
REQUESTS CLEANIN(;.UP
The Ladies' Cemetery As.oc-
iation urges all lot owiIrs to
have their lots put in ordi dur-
ing the next few days. 'ITh. as-
sociation will go out in l lidy
to the cemetery on Good iFriday
afternoon at 3:30 to inspj t the
grounds and have it in readiness
for the glorious Feast of l.a;ster
Day.
Any one desiring to ,io so
may decorate the graves .f the
Spanish-American soldier s,
whose bodies were laid ,) rest
in our God's Acre duri',a the
war.
Another nice thing aMIout
bobbed hair is that you can be
sure there isn't a rat in it.


I A Southern




InstitutiOfnl



The business activities of the Stanard

SOil Company (Kentucky) are con 'd

to the South.


The Company has progressed with the

S marvelous growth of the South an isJ

today a vital part of the business and

economic life of its people.

The following data gives some idea of
the operations of the Standard Oil Conm-

pany (Kentucky) in the State of Florida:


It operates 120 tank stations and service.
stations


The Company pays in salaries and com-

missions to its representatives in the

State of Florida over $600,000.0- per

10- year.


Under the various City, State and. County

License, Tax and Inspection laws, it pays

1. over $260,000.00 per year.

X The co-operation, loyalty and efficiency

of the Company's employes have ac-n

tribute largely to the building up and
|maintaining of its State-wide service to

Sthe public.

The Company hopes to merit the pub'b k

continued patronage based upon the

superior quality of its products, its effic

ient organization and its serviceaditmk

station system throughout the Stb.



I* STANDARD OIL COMPANY


INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY
W. Wi ZACHRY, Distrik Manager
STATE OF FLORIDA
JACKSO3N ?iE, FLA
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PERSONAL EVANGELISM
I Holy Week Fellow ship
Week.

Based on the LaM s Prayer. in
ConneetimU Witk Jesu"
last Week a. Earth.
This week is observed by
world-wide young Methodism as
Fellowship Week. It is lI 4y
Week, the anniversary of the
last week of the INCAR!NATE
ministry.
The Epworth League w~ill ob-
serve the season with aipro-
priate daily services in the
Methodist church, beginning at
7:30 p. m.
PALM SUNDAY- -A Day of
Triumph, "Hallowed 14- Thy
Name."
Monday of Holy Week--A
), )ay of Authority. "'Thy King-
donil Come."
Tue.iay. of Holy \w'ek-A
Day of Conflict. "Thy Will Be
Done."
Wednesday of Holy \Week-A
Day of Rest and Test ing, "Give
Us This Day Our Daily Bread."
Thursday of Holy Week-A
Day of Final Blessing. "Forgive
tUs Our Tresspasses. as We For-
give Those Who Tresspass
Against Us."
Friday of Holy Week-A Day
of Suffering, "Lead Us Not Into
Temptation."
Saturday of Holy Week-A
Day of Waiting. "Deliver Us
From Evil."
EASTER SUNDAY-Decis-
ion Day, "Thine is the Kingdom,
and the Power, and the Glory.
Forever and Ever."
ID) MOVIES HURT THE EYES
The fact that millions of peo-
ples go to motion picture shows
throughout the United States
daily without experiencing any
discomfort to their eyes, or that
such eye trouble that is found
is not traceable to "over indul-
gence" in the movies, would
seem to indicate that motion
pictures are not injurious to the
vision.
It is true, of course, that some
people do experience a certain
amount of eye strain at a motion
picture, but in these cases the
trouble appears to be due to an
ocular defect rather than to the
motion picture. Such persons
should therefore have the eyes
examined by a competent eye
specialist, for it is quite certain
that the same person would find
even more discomfort in the
same period of concentrated
reading.
In this connection it may be
pointed out that employes of
motion picture play houses, who
spend a large part of the day
looking at the pictures, do not
seem to be troubled with their
eyes any more than the average
individual. This, is largely a
personal observation since no
extensive investigations have
been made of the eyes of motion
picture theatre employes.
It is safe to say a person may
witness a picture play lasting
:about an hour and a half each
!day without straining the eyes
or experiencing any discomfort,
provided the eyes are good and
there are no hidden defects to
Sthe vision. Indeed it is not un-
Slikely that a motion picture
show might be the means of ad-
vising one of a faulty vision.
In case of eye trouble coming
on after concentrating the eyes
on the printed pages of a Ioak


for a long period one does not
blame the book, but thinks at
once of the eyes and the proba-
hie need of glasses.
Eye discomfort in the movies
should therefore be regarded as
a danger signal and should lead
the sufferer to the doctors of-
fice for an examination.
,is TUHE cmIUrrI cOMI. v Ti
JUDrirAL CWvrr 4 M osim
-14 AND rFO RA &Au Vativwff
-*I CHANCrIw.
Ai.NES .JACOBS. Co--aiat, -
JAMES JACOBS. fSdBt...D.
O [RER OF PUBLICATION.
ir. the Name of the State of ria
,.JAMES JACOBS Resildence Un-
You are her/ey reby Ure to a
S, til.- hill of comwi t ad
....st you in the abo e ewtUei so
,, or beftofre the Piftb a lOf JtI
*. 2. the ame being the Rte
_.,A.< month.
.. ".NASSAU COUNTY L.A.JD0
S-, FERNA.NDINA NBW .RSCO%
S..-,-t> designated a the -
,aijvh this ordr h bI b-n
..: a week for eigtb (8) mWek.
i. TNESS my hand a CClerak o Ma
. ..t and the seal of m id
S.: the <(tM) of Ferndt Ii
01s I 1t day of Apri A. .,gft
i ,.,.i:AL, G. C. c!RB G
c l'erk of M Clrevit
s.. t). Flovid.
ii.T J BAKER.
,,; ,.tr for Cow plai'art 6-.
L.. I ..am -i --21 -11 t-.


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IHE quality dof the banking support you resoave
is d prime importance. If your bank is to serve
you well, it must itself have--as this bank has-
the facilis d the greatest banking organizat.m in the
world-the Federal Reserve System.


4Per Ceoa..Jvierest Paidg on
Je&p Jys CCOaNt:


First National Bank


FRNANDINA, FLORIDA


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corner Center mwd 4th


f~mI5


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E. L. Jones, of Callahan, spent
Saturday, Sunday and Monday
with friends here.

Tanlac is one medicine that
does wluat they say it will do.
Sold here ly J. L. Horsey.
Spring t ire is Colorite time.
Make the faded hat as good as
new. All colors at Suhrer's.
A good investment in Torchon
Laces for a nickel a yd. at Mu-
larkey's.


C. C. Lloyd and sons,
liard, spent Tuesday
county seat on business.


Tally
parties
etc., at


LOCAL AND PERSONAL


I


Mr. and Mrs. D.
visited Jacksonville


A. Partin
Wednesday.


C. H. S. from 5c to lOc at the
United Fruit and Cigar Store.

S. D. Jones returned to his
home at Callahan on Saturday.
FOR SALE Detachable
body for roadster. D. A. Partin.
5c Hava-Tampa cigars at the
United Fruit & Cigar Store.


Drink spring water.
by D. A. Partin.


For sale


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Polhill and
0. R. Sanders and wife visited
Jacksonville Friday.


Portina Cigars at the
Fruit & Cigar Store.
260.


United
Phone


W. J. Braddock, of Callahan,
was a visitor to Feandina
Monday.
Hav-a-Tampa m ar at the
United Fruit & Cigar Store.
Phone 260.
Mrs. J. L. McCauley. of Wal-
do, spent several days here this
week with her sister. Mrs. 'H. L
Cubberly.


J. M. Knight, the barber from
Callahan. was a business visitor
to Fernandina on Monday.

Japane..se Grass Rugs, 6x9 ft.
at $3.98 each. Larger sizes also
priced \.vry low at Mularkey's.

Building lot. Best location in
town, on Center street. D. A.
Partin.


RENT-Upstairs flat
nished or unfurnished.
Partin.
Judge .. B. Stewart
Prewitt spent Saturday
noon at Callahan on busing


fur-
D. A.

and C.
after-
ess.


We like to sell Tanlac because
it satisfies our customers. For
sale by J. L. Horsey.
C. H. S. cigars for only five
cents at the United Fruit & C.-
gar Store.
H. L. Ezell and son, of Bryce-
ville, were greeting their friends
here Monday.
Mrs. J. Maxwell Galphin, son,
Harry, and little daughter, I&a
May. left Friday aftern-on for
Florence, S. C., where they will
spend several weeks with rela-
tives.


A! -


open b*sw SevWeAmd


.olwb edww .r"


he Jtepytone JAote/
ALMRAT D. SIMON. Manager


All Meals 75 Cents

SUNDAY DINNERS
(noo 0 A 0D 0wasame)

$1.000


ake Your Rmrvatios for Stda
| Dinners in Adhvance -


cards for Easter
program pencils.
Suhrer's.


of Hil-
in the


card
etc..


Miss Geneva Higginbotham,
of Kings Ferry, visited Mrs. J.
B. Haddock last wtck.
Latest attractions in box pa-
per, pound paper, etc., of the
better qualities at Sahrer's.
W. N. Baker, of Atlanta, Ga.,
spent the week-end here with
his mother, Mrs. W. B. Baker.
Chickens, Fresh Country
Eggs, and Vegetables always on
hand. Prompt delivery. Cali-
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
Mrs. Louis Chadwick and Mrs.
L Grunwald spent Saturday at
Jacksonville.
We have another lot of Win-
dow Shades, White, Yellow and
dark Green at 50c each at Mul-
arkey's.
J. A. Braddock, of the Lessie
section, was a visitor to the
county seat on Saturday.
Just received. A new stock of
the Thomsons' glove-fitting
Corsets*. Yours anxious to
please, Mularkey Bros.
Send your dyeing and e an-
Jlg to Rogers & JeMS, 611 Mal
A., Jacksoaville, Fi. Wea-
pay parcel postage on retiring.
T. H. Davis, of Hilliard, was
-greeting his friends here on
Wednesday.
Birth announcement and con-
gratulation cards, Birthday
bO klet.: and cards, etc., at Suh-
rer's.


Subscriptions taken
Cal's Magiae, $.L00
New patterns received
*Mularkey's.


for Me-
a year.
daily at


Barley Jones, of Callahan,
was a visitor to the county seat
on MonLdy, having come/over
to settle his taxes.
Chickens, Fresh Country
Egs, and Vegetables always ao
hand. Prompt delivery. Cali-
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
Gillette. Gem, Ever-Ready,
Durham Duplex, Autostrop, En-
ders, Keen Kutter and Penn Ra-
zor Blades at Suhrer's.
S. A. Ogilvie, of Callahan, can-
didate for representative, group
No. 1, was circulating among
his friends here on Wednesday.
Kiruch bWim flat curtains
that do not tarnish. Single, ;
double,6 each. Very oms-
ad durable. New in
'stock at Mularkes.


Chirwer. Fesh Country
gg, and Vegetabhe always
Mad. Prm delivery. C.
wnia Fuita PhbOe 111.


D. E. Johnson, V. K. Joheoln,
A. F. Johns and Joe PJUMP,
of Kent, were business aisigi
to Fernandina pmdiSY.

Abolute e dt pfit
alone is responsiblefor
phenomenal ad -
success. For sa by L
Horsey. ,


W. 1'.
sieu, of,
visitors
Tuesday


Hdgfes ap& C. J. -
Hilliard. were busfim
to the cowty qt


FOR SALE-60-lb. capprIty
Inner-Chill efrige r edl
but very little. Very cheap.
Apply at this office.
The Leader hWas a ,l
desk blotters, size 19x2P, that
can be had at a ve.ry.eauoaM.
price. It's worth while to in-
vestigate.
We make CWt*W tpq at
new schedule of low prices that
will interest good dressers. We
knew how to make dlthes that
look good and feel better at mo-
ney-saving prices at Mularkey's_
The Ladies' Sewing C'le of
St. Michael's Catholie k h
meets at the home of Mrs. Gor-
enflo every Tuesday during the
month of April.
Chickens, Fresh fgry
Eggs, and Vegetables always om
hand. Frompt delivery. Cali-
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
We sell the lverf*at SliaP,.
absolutely guaranteed by l"
manufacturers to Ma r 4
in all the leading shae. 45e
yd. at Malarkey's.
County Comasi-mr J.
Braddock, of Catahan, w hm
on amaday to attend a pcl
meeting of the Board of C t
Commisioners.


Bleached T I M,0
inches wide,. a totift
houekeemp 0 W expo-
se. 4ow offered at 49e yd. at
Mularkey's.
WANTED-First-class Sales
Representative for .Iocal Agen-
cy by estabUsed n facturer.
State epemience a rren
as to ability and character. Box
282, Charleston, S. C. 44
Friday, April 14th, Good Fri-
day, being a legal holiday in tbhe
State of Florida, the First Na-
tional Bank will be closed for
business on that day.


We are showing a ew line ol
the famous Chalmers line of un-
derwear for Spring and Sum-
mer, for men, y0tl and bou s
Your inspection invited Mular
key Bros.
Palmer Egines for evenr
type of boat. 4 cycle, 2 to 7
h. p. Largest stock in th
South. Send for c4.0ogue Ma
-reduced prices. PALMNEl
BROS., 122 S. Oesa St, Jack
sonville. Fla.
You will look prosperous i
you will call and invet in one a
our New Style Straw Hats fm
Easter. Good time to order tha
new Suit to complete your out
fit and save mesy at Mu
larkey's.


- r T '? T 2 w-f" 7 y v f- -w T
Mrs. Jack Hardae and child-
rea have rmntwnd from sawr-
al weeks' visit to ra.tives at
O&W.


Live agents wamtwd thale,

for free sample and
gie J.R.-Watkins Oo.,pt. '
Memphi., Tenn. 2-24

'tau eI ,naturally desire to
,g expenses to meet
readjustments. We wish to co-
operat with you in our line of
Dry oods and Clothing. Your
money's worth or your money
M.. a eo f W k,
here on Mondy, having come
over to be present at a special
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The Fernandina Businees
Men's Luncheon Amsocsatio,
which meets at the Keystone
Hotel every Thursday, did not
meet yesterday, as the sereM-
tary. Alert D. Simon, is en
ing seea d" r a*t St. L t
burg attending a man of
lerids hotel en.


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eyes 1mm .mhm lbs m'-poin isdow. SO& b h2 dig
co the i. mm o aift maed giga as w td adlls -

uhm sA Gommth"a lfad w md ew
Wgvestato *Bo~~,wed thi6


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Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jones and
little granddaughter, Martha
Dean Partin, returned home Fri-
day from a most enjoyable visit
to Mrs. Jones' mother, sister and
other reWtivesat DeLand. Mrs.
Jones is one of the early settlers
.of DeLand and while there she
had the pleasure of attending
the annual Old Settlers' Ban-
quet at the Commercial Club
building. Each year these old
settlers are urged to come back
to these annual reunions. Meet-
ing of old friends, recalling of
the time when they were young
boys and girls together is a
most happy and enjoyable fea-
ture of these annual occasions.

SHOE FIXRY
We take care of your shoe re-
pairs. First-class work guaran-
Wt Pricesreasoable S. W.
eLUCK, Inext to Bake-Rite Bak-


R"KX THEATRE

PROGRAM FOR WEEK OF APRIL 10TH TO 15TH
MONDAY
THQOMa MEIGHAN in "THE FRONTIER OF
. ~ -ueAy Crook Story of New York,
ap.
'"AISfT IS f&E WAY,- with Matt Moore
d ij Pr rmnt Picture. A ouija ro-
"' "jce as" buried gold. And a couple of
-crob who oit 60 lift silver and lifted a mortgage in-
stead. Add, international News. 10 and 26c.


WEDNESDAY
WUJJAM S. HART
la TE M MING BLOCK." This is the first time this
pepq -siar.bas bA in Fernandina for a year. Don't
miss this picture. Tale of the wild Sierras, of out-laws
-4a-ld aad pictuaeque vagabond minstrels. You will
- i Als a Chester Outing Picture. "The Tamer. The
Wiler," an animal subject. 10and 26c.
THURSDAY
W lDe Mille's Great Production, "MIDSUMMER
-wh a remarkable cast, including LOIS
LEE, JACK HOLT and CONRAD NA-
GL. .M 4sw the Novel, "His Friend and His
We."'JW .,kis of magic moonlight, the warm
night e. And here were these two, alone. She,
tbq frid.tPy because her honeymoon
J(Wl" hai ed. He, the friend of her husband; yet
.= W mae wad as nt. ..... Don't Fail to See This
Alaimed by the editor of The Moving Picture
Legitimate dramatic production
ba f ~se en." Added, Gayety Comedy, "Say

FRIDAY
GLORIA SWANSON
-hMG BANDS." "GLORIOUS GLORIA" IN A
IN~M RE that will more than please you. Program in-
chdWs aVaNity Comedy, "rake Your Time." 10 and 25c.
Te first of a series of GLORIA SWANSON PICTURES.

SATURDAY
Title of Picture to be announced on screen and bill
boards. lluand Jeff Comedy, THE LAST
LAAu the Latest Educational Serial for
S. .chlin, etitled "WT'H STANLEY IN AFRI-
CA. t~~ ~s a h~sorkal chapter play that will be a
-t b.enfeit to thw school children. FREE MATINEE
.0t k95. er al will be shown at MATINEES ONLY.
C G *IDAY, APRIL 21, "THE ROSARY"


Lst Show 7:30; 2nd Show 9:00


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STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
wsV e> I rU Partimlar peelq
We Only mlaFH e the Best


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MAMA!? COUNTY LEADEL UWANDUWA.. FLOWIA


all


Ford


Motors


Overhauled


$17


WTE are inaugurating a special service
for Ford Owners which will prove
a great saving in labor costs. Our plan
is to set aside one week for overhauling
Ford Motors, and each succeeding week
thereafter will be devoted to special prices
on other operations covering repair work
on Ford Cars. Watch our prices and
avail yourself of this saving. By having
a number of jobs the same kind, we will be
able to do motor repairat a cheaper figure.


FOR the w<
April 10th


eek


beginu.-arg


to 15th


n cIutsive.,


labor price for overhaul Ford Motors
only, will be $17.00; (for. ner price $20.)


To overhaul Motor


and U'Iransinission,


$20.00; (former price $ .00.)
In giving this special service to Ford


Owners, we do


not be in1


class ss


not mean


that we will


~it) handle


ALL WORK GUARANTEED


ariny us your repair" work and take advantage of this saoiny in labor costs.


Watch 1$hc .Ceadc;


each week for labor operations


LASSERRE


(Authorized


on different


parts of .ord Cars for


MOTOR


Ford DealersIm


COMPANY


FE~RNTANDINA.


A MUKUmKEA ANYWAY
"Why should not a drunken
ma drivinran automobile who
kill some one in consequence of
his irresponsible or drunken
condition be tried for murder
the same as if he had killed his
victim with a gun?" asks an ex-
change, noting that the Mary-
land legislature is considering a
bill which would make killing
by a drunken man in an auto-
mobile indictable as first degree
murder.
It is probable that all states
will be driven to some enactment
of this kind in protection of the
public before the menace of the
drunken driver is abated.
Such a statute would only
emphasize the principle of law
that, no matter how mentally
irresponsible a man may be
from drinking, he is neverthe-
less fully responsible for what
he does in violation of the laws.
Every man is presumed to in-
tend the consequences of his
acts, and so every automobile
driver who gets drunk and
maims or kills some one else
should be held to strict account-
ability for his crime.
Murder is the killing of a
human being with malice afore-
thought, either expressed or
implied. While the druken
driver may not have formed the
intent to kill a specific person,
he has deliberately chosen to be
reckless in regard to human life
generally, so that his reckless-
ness amounts to implied malice.
This is a principle of com-
mon law, independent of stat-
utes.
In every case, where an auto-
mobile driver kills another per-
son, if there is any evidence of
recklessness on the part of the
driver, he should be indicted for
murder.
When such indictments be-
come common, there will be
fewer victims of drunken or
otherwise negligent automobile
drivers.


NO POISON FOR HIM


A bootlegger was arrested in
"maha. -Judge Wippick, of the
proposition: "If you will drink
police court, made him this
a glam of your own hootch, Ill
turn you loo0C."
The bootlegger quickly rem
plied, qT2 go to jail."
He ad more sense than the


BIDS WANTED
The City of Ferammia PFr-
ida will receive amled bids for
the mle of al hlbildgs (ews-
siMtig of white and celred pa-
yvi.e and beAth hbm ), owed
by city at Amelia Beach Same
are situated w Gover-meut
lands leased to the city.
Each bid to be accmpanied
by certified check fr 250.0.
Bids to be opened at the mext
regular meeting of the City
Council to be held d Wednes-
day evening, the 19Sh mst., at
8:9O p. m.
The City Council reserves the
right to reject a ny or il ids.
For further formation, ad-
dress H. J. Baker. Mayor.
W. S. WHITNEY.
City Clerk.
Fernandina, Florida.
Notice of Annual Meeting of
StockhoMders.
The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the NASSAU'
FERTILIZER & OIL COMP-'
ANY will be held at the office
of the company in Fernandina,
Florida, on Monday. the 24th
day of April, A. D. 1922, at 10
o'clock on said day or as soon
thereafter as the meeting can
be convened, for the purpose of
electing directors and for the
transaction of such other busi-
ness as may properly come be-
fore such meeting.
! NASSAU FERTILIZER &
OIL COMPANY.
By J. H. Wragge. Secretary.


BIDS WANTED
The City of Fernandina will
receive Sealed Bids for the aw.
keep of the City Sewerage Sys-
tem for the oeimng year, c -.
menacing or about Mayv Is,
1922.
A satisfactory bond of $2,8M
will be required Of the smecem.
fal bidder ad contract wih take
effect oa date of acceptame of
bond by the City CoomisL
Comel reserves the right to
reject any or al bids. &wic am
to be opeMd at the aext rmegulr
meeting o cil on the 19th
im*. W. -S WHI EYl
.%* City Cler
Fern..ada. Floriia
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Another Big 10-Day Reduction Sale to be conducted by ..1N. Conner & Son at their store at
Callahan, beginning April 12, and coining t the cs of buiess Saturday night, April 22
We will offer to the public the greatest bargains ever offered
in the Town of Callahan. Also we wish to state to you that
this sale does not consist of a pile of junk to be offered to the
public as some cut-price sales are, but this sale is different,
as we will offer you a chance to select your purchases from
one of the largest and best assorted stocks of merchandise
ever offered by us or anyone else in the Tow,,n of Callahan,
and at the greatest bargain prices. New goods will be com-
ing in all through the sale-nothing will be xcepted; every-
thing wil.1 be offered in the sale.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS SALE IS TO RAISE CASH TO SATISFY OUR CREDITORS


Therefore, everything sold at the reduced price will be sold
for cash only; nothing sold at the reduced price will be
charged, as that would not help us to get the cash that we
must have now, and we will take a great loss in the sale of
the merchandise in order to get the cash thu is required of
us now. Everybody is invited to attend this sale and get
their share while it lasts, as their only chance to get the re-
duced prices is while the sale is going on, as we will posit-
ively not sell any goods at the reduced price after the sale
is over. Don't forget the date.
SALE BEINS ON THE M GOFA ARIL 121, LOSSES THE hIGHT OF APR 22M

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