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 14, 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: VID00030
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
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The fdewiag resolution was resident of the Kent section A representative body cor- The following is given for the All men and nations shall The Woman Bible Class of
passed by the Board of County died very suddenly while at posed of twenty-two members information of voters and di make e There hall be the Baptist Church met at the
rski at the regular church Sunday, havi e s bmin w des in the primary election of U mver pc i ove- home of Ms Cubberh y last
April mstng heMd on We nes- stricken just before the srviee en, sixteen of which were pres- Juhe 6th, 1922. menta, iniversalpemc Mogst Th sdam ht fe y hat
day, the 12th, a copy of which started. He was a mtive of this ent met the summer grill the 1st The primary reistr- rliions universal peace ers night fifteen mem-
has been forwarded to Tala- county and was sevty-five Keystone hotel. on Tuesday ti books will close on NMady .amlit. the dis en of all s bei present. The meeting
hassee. The board is ptting years of age. Deceased was a evening at a six o'clock dinner, May 1st. e ligions. Today in the world ms P er, after whichure repdmot
forth a mighty effort to side- brother of ExSheriff A. J. at which time they were organ fad. Poll tax mut be paid Of humanity the nt important and stains fr whtch report
step tihe 6 per cent raise in taxes Johnson, of Chester, and was a ised into a permanent ie not later than Saturdy, May matter is the quti of. and statements for the month of
as ordered by the State Tax man who enjoyed the confidence that will meet regualy at 1 sal pem. The iati of e werek w handedin. A line
qualier: and Wrespect of his fellowan. dier to discuss matters of Candidates must pay this prisple is the cryi eed iLAs a t Eor
A .ltihi. The remains were laid to .tst in mmmty interest. AmkW f fee and qualify not later of the tm. for the church improvement
W Kr te g ge. ithe titlee cemetery U those present were: Meadames ti Wednesday, May 17th. Wama mm fund. our cls leader, J.
Ma, qual which s about three frm tea Rogers, Minnie Ward, Three Statements of cap A hool prte Rhodes, s ested sendi
sr .of ~ hass t te of Kent, many namrwing rdatves Nellie Plumb, Hattie Hernande a expee to be filed by of both knowled s de- cards and collection birthday
w Oconsm.thmet ofwththisemeof n th
Florida.didetheJ0th day atfriu andlfr e. sHee ph-oFit rald., Besse val tte r Ts
Marh, A.0D.OM issueiean or- ves a wife and -s ch" Haye Bele Jeffeya, I. Ma Statement. To be filed alighla. ="-e Otfat eah prealof allandlthetr
derto the H rable Tax As- renthechildren a be ag hone Black, Fith M, fra May 7th to May 12th. eM is M story. Ifthereare wasauthoried to purchase s-
sstor of Nae county Florida, to mourn his demine. and MissesMarie and Katherine td Stteet. I be filed ~Pa its, the"mm ty mutable card. A six ine verse was
direetig that a eneral Whitney Elsie Steil, Nan Jet.-from May 2th to May 29th. ook aft the hld. composed and eah lady asked to
recof fe er cent be made State Tax Aesors' A freys, Lvonia Carmon, Bertie J rdSte t. To be filed ~5"s em rs send out five or ten cards to
on the value of real and person- iation, in einW all propeWty W. nt ter than Juine 1t. tNo.r rel llobookSo'"pin t friend. We hopetorealize a
al property in Nassau county, at its actual cash value divided In talks wee madeot ltt sum from this s A
and4 by 50 per cent, and the tax books by several of the ladies and all G. C. BURGESS, Seines spak eeumo htetiww ess being transacted, a
W IRRRASq the Board of of Nassau county now stad spent an enjoyable hour aroundrk Ci t r. w tesantsocial hour was indul-
thetest boardwhile'thefol- elhas been thp s edGindsti u tou w s
County Comminioners of Nas- this basis of 50 per cent the festive bod whle the fol- Pernanda Florida, April the teSchin S S ed Mrs. Goldstein told ser-
sau county, believing that all 6. That there are in Nassau e delightful menu was 12th, 1928. oCertain iOM r alhdy Mnle a ing jokes and Mrs.e
real and pInal property in county very few classes of pro- F .i which me the welfare nd entMiller save a humorous reading.
eNaau county, porS has perty against which o p Fruit Cocktail, Fried ound- EASTER AT THE wD bei l at hum ty entitled H The iuow Malone
been and is nasesed at a fair can be made with the tax value FriedA Plointa e MTHO STCas the richm n s and Her Life Insurance A
and equitable valuation of fifty of property in other counties asked Young Florida Chicken, number of others told jokes and
per cent of the value thereof, the State. There are no citrus Home Dressing, Creamed As- The celebration of Easter, an is en useveral ated amusing things
and that an additional amount groves, truck farms, stock farms ragus Tips on Toast, Creamed l"th royal day," will begin with lkewise haea oor man mudt had happened to them,
of five per cent thereto would be or large general farms, manu- Tonma S ho exermies i the S day wie th a iaseo an d wc Aept every one laughing.
a burden upon the tax payers of featuring plants or large saw- Home rp Hot sel, to which all are cordially wat. UB this is effeted Aalate hbyMr o hostein, served
Nassa county; mill interest norranchesint ela nl l sid.. Al sd by Mr Gostein served
Ted U RO&E Be It Besolv- county to be compared against iCake Coffee a y Fow s the program for gequ atre ein te ofGod;Mfruit punch and home-
ed by the Board of County Com- similar property in other coun- :Cakeofee the 11.oclock service: their tde cake. The guests then de-
mimionersm of Nassau county, ties of the State. Whatever Prayer no stim on parofitable a feeli better for
Florida, that this board does .acreage in Nassau county i STEAM IP SAILS DRAW-. a re protected beneath su and enjoyable even
hereby appeal from the said or- classed as "improved" lands ING 28V FiEBT WATER Iyrm. t M c ing. MRS. TYLER MILLER,
der of the State Equalizer of consists of small farms owned --- O Testament Lesson. AN iA As Reporter
TIans to the State Eqmalition by people of moderate circum- The Japanese stesmahip Gloria. """ aNO AOU
Board of the State of Florida, stances who till these small PranWe Mar" Capt. H-. ek, New Testament Lesson. An international auxiliary J. HAMPTON
and most humbly requests that farms for their own submistanee, 3aed Wednesday morning for Offertory. language hal l e adopted which HERBE ON ONDA SE
the Honorae State Equalizing and not for profit Wence the aly, direct, with 7200 Anthem, "Rise, Glorious Con- shall be taught by a the AY NIGHT
Board reverse or reeind the term "improved lands" i gas coal loaded by the queror." schools and aiemes of the J. H
said order of the Honor e county cannot be placed" inans Terminal Co. The Solists-Mrs. Mahoney Black, worKd A i nte han, spoke to ra -
Marion L. Dawson, as aforesaid, equality with the term Improv- ste. mer was represented by Me- Miss Pearl wen, Menational bodie e audience atr se
upon the following grounds, to. ed lands" in various other coun- Giffin & Co., and the shippers Wolff and Douglssh. suitable hangue to e ed as a day night h M
wit: ties where said lands are profi- by Strahan Shipping Co. Seron "The Empty Tmb." mea f international which were along political es
1 i tably used for truck growing The st a drew 28 mid a A 2 "Christ is e." A is on andthtwellr
i. fTatis a o rby said r dp o half feet of water and was pilot- Irng all be taught in all the number prese e ae

crease of 5 per cent should be ap- cent-it;not atte to bow.
pled, and fals to sow wherein s judgement against-the a--enj- the servis .Wgu
the present assessment are not knowledge of the various mem. CALKINS TO SPEAK tr
in line with t oe i -ts o- bears of this Board of Cousty MONDAY NIGHT, APR. 17 MR. BRADDOCK CANDIDATE -
smilar property in other coun- Commiansioners as to the actual -
ties. cash value of residence, strem I will speak to the voters in E. H. Braddock, of Chllasan,
2. That Section 3 of Chapter and stocks throughout Nassau the court hoube on Monday who was elected a member of ha
8684, Laws of 1921, especially county Therefore, the oaly night at 8 o'clock, April 17th. the school board in 1920, is a so
stipulates that it is the purpose class of property in Nassau I hope the women, as well as the candidate for re-election, his ju
and intent of the equalzer law county which can be classed men, will feel free to attend this endshaving sent in his an- tr
to bring about an equali ati against similar property in other public meeting. Speaking dates nouceent this week, which is Am
throughout the State of Florida counties for equlzing purp at other places ain the county published in this ,issue. w
of the value of similar classes relive stock, farm lands, a lm- wil be elinmn.eed later. M
of property in one county as ited area of timber lands, cut-. JAMES E. CALKINS. 0. T. WEAVER CORRECTS m
against other counties. over lands, and marsh lands, a A FALSE STATEMENT so
& That the law, as we un- total of five classes. NOTICE To the Voters of Nassau Cou
derstand it, does not intend that 7. We feel that the juridio- To the Voters of Nassau Con-
the State Equalizer shall fix tion, if any, of the State Equaliz- The key to fire alarm box No. ty:
the total gross tax value in each er of. Taxes extends only to 41, corner Eihth and Center It has come to me, that from i
county, as he has done in this these five classes above men- streets, can be md hanging in some source the report has gne
case, and that should he attempt tioned, which are common with the lobby of the Keystone Hotel, out that I am a RepubliSan. c
to do so, it would be taking the similar property in other cosn- having been taken from the box You wil find on the registration
authority from the County As- ties. The State Equalizer has on account of so many false books of both Lake and Nassau a
sessor of Taxes which is given failed to supply the County As- alarms having been turned in counties that I have registered t
him under and by virtue of the sessor of Taxes or this board from this box. as a Democrat. I supported the t
Constitution of the State of with sufficient, or any data, fig- Woodrow Wilson administra- .
Florida, but that the duty of ures,- r information showing Last Sunday morning the at- tons throughout, and for the la
said State Equalizer is to fix an the tax value of these five clmas- tendance at the Sunday school past ten years have voted the
equal tax value, as near as pos- es of property in other counties, of the First Baptist Church was Democratiecticket in State and
sible, on the similar classes of which information we fed over one hundred and twenty- county elections. n
property in the respective coun- should be furnished this county five, and as the pastor had prom- Although the one reason oe d
ties of the State of Florida. The in order to carry out the spirit i.ed the little ones that he would may justly have for offering his F
said State Equalizer has not and intent of the equalizing law sing them a special song, when services to the public is that he t
specified what classes of proper- in so far as the State Eqnualiz that number was reached they can serve with a reasnnabe de-
ty in Nassau county need to be has lawful power and authority held him to it and they were gree.of efficiency and faithful- T
increased by 5 per cent in order in the matter, if any, under the very much pleased with his song. ness, and although I have an I
to bem a equal basis with sim nnlatil of the State of special interest in the training J
hamses of property in otbwFlorida. Mrs. James Thomas, wife of of boys and girls, and although
counties. 8. That this board has no de- Rev. James Thomas, pastor of I am willing to give my full time
4. That we are informed sire to shirk the responsibility the Presbyterian church at En- and best efforts to educational t
through the press, that at a of good ctiyenmhip, as eitizem tenten, Ga., spent last Sunday work in this county; yet, I w
meeting of the State Tax As- of public officials of the county, in Fernandina with her father, would not dare ask such a podi- a
sesors' Association held in but it feels that it would be an Dr. Eugene Daniel. Mrs. Thorn- tion of trust and honor from a p
Jacksmonville, Florida, about a injustice to the taxpayers of as is visiting her sister, Mrs. party with which I would not i
year ago, at which meeting the Nassau county to carry out the John W. Dodge in Jacksonville. properly ally myself. I
Governor made an address, that order of the 5 per cent general Shall we dwell upon insigni- i
it was agreed that property increase in tax value as ordered N. A. Hardee and family, John ficant whims and prejudices of
throughout all counties in Flor- by the State Equalizer until the R. Hardee and family, Mr. and the "knfocker" while your chilM-
iMt should be assessed at 50 per State Equalizer has specified Mr. Chas. Hardee, Mrs. Jack ren lose the opportunities which 1
cent of the actual cash value as the particularclases of prope- Hardee, Ira Hardee and D. A. the State expects them to get, 1
of January 1st, 1921. This un- ty in this county on which sad Partin and family motored to and which the other counties are
derstandg ms to have been increase of per cent may be Calhan Sunday, ber they getting Let uas be doing our
confimed at another meeting of cessary in order to equal the tax spent the day with relatives, very best for your greatest in-
the State Tax Asse eors' Aaoc- value, or asse t ilaterests-the boys and girls.
stion held in Jacksonville last perty in other ouanti. N. B. Borden has purchased 0. T. WEAVER.
November. Hence this board appeal from a 16.cre tract of land from the
& That this board, basing the order of the Hoorabl Manuey estateat Amela Cty Mr. Merchant: Plmea t
its position upon the agreed Marion L Dawson, State Tax and is retina advertise espy to as
methodofases nt, as set Equalizer, pending cnsi s anna Col ir has named t= Am WSOaUay m,
forth in the foregoieg para- tion and inEformation upon the ft "Mnm P OWt." sleR yeQ gh*W as e
graph, while sitting as a Board lines set forth above. 1. i db. e bde aw v Mida
of r ulisers of Nassau county flu- .T idatis books che as low Pas aa
in J 1921, went over the as- Scan the c f the May* lI& yj r name does aot; f1.
sessMnt roll of Nsama county er this week lor baw Ls l a r pnimfry book --
very carefully with the desire to obmism homes are a t w t be atlwed to vnte. arbetw s ow and theI
earry out or comply with the po. y tra de, and It I XW a lIl- to bHias R flat Nay -. Ti bok sare
licy of the Governor and of the to look 'em or. ter ow. now open at the eut ho-m.

national auxiliary laguage. 1
Last week Mrs. J. Y. Purvis
d a pleasant visit from her
n, Mr. M. W. Purvis, who had
st returned from a biyness
ip of several months in South
merica. Mr. Purvis was on his
ay to his home in New York.
s. Purvis, Mrs. Hattie Her-
ndes and son motored to Jack-
oville with him Wednesday
Great improve ts are be-
g made on the former home of
. Germb at Ameti City, re-
ently pum ased by C. F. Bor-
m, of Cleveland, Ohio, who is
t present erecting a new shade
house and brick hot house with,
he itntion to continue in
peializing in the fancy calad-
mm bulb business.
Mrs O. ILR Sanders and child-
en, Grace, Vera and Alice San-
ers, Verleria Zetterower, Ol
freeman, Mrs. Charlie C. Zet-
erower and little daughter mo-
wred out to Hlgan's Field on
urmday afternoon and were
paots of Mr. and Mrs. Louis N.

Mrs. M. H. Baungartner re-.
urned to her home at Bruns-
ick, Ga., on Thursday, after
pending some time here very
leasantly with relatives and
Miends at Amelia City. Mrs.
sumgartner, prior to her mar-
a ge, was Miss Anna Gerbing.
The city council should see
that property owners are forced
to repair some of the sidewalks
Mn many of the principal streets.
Water collects on them and peo-
ple who have to travel them are
Ianeoveni-meed no Httle.

All ladies who have not al-
ready registered on the primary
deetion baos are requested to
do so before May Ist. Books
at the court house from 9
a.E m. tmlt 5 p. m.

cms t fr inombr of the
scheld b hifrm te eba
bwe-s is~ I

pears in this issue. Mr. Jones
has served as a member of the
lower house at two sessions of
the Florida legislature, and
should the people see fit to elect
him this year they may rest as-
surred that he will look after
the interests of the taxpayers.
He has many friends all over
the county who will work for his
Editor Leader:
I am told it is being circulated
that I will not be a candidate for
Congress this year. This report
is absolutely false. I have al-
ready qualified and my name
will be on the ticket in the June
primary as a candidate to suc-
ceed myself in Congress. It is
my purpose to speak in every
county in the district during the
month of May, and until then I
hope my good friends will look
after my interests.

Rev. D. Sikes, of Callahan, for
several years pastor of the Cal-
lahan Baptist Church, died at
his home near that place Wed-
nesday night, after a lingering
illness. A more extended notice
of his death will be published
next week.

Senator Jas. E. Calkins, who
is a candidate to succeed himself
in the State Senate from Nassau
county, is the first candidate to
qualify, having paid his fee to
G. C. Burgess, clerk of the cir-
cuit court, on Wednesday of this

b future we cmt gammatea
the ourti Ot aws artUe
at bi after Wednmsy afthm
mnes. Please bte md m-
- bJa sast msy to
prepared s artfe far u
tim a ttle earer i the week.
Pay your subscription aw,


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lMortds as MeomI-cla I rmattm. I
Iloal and Leng Distance
Phone, 40
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A Witchita thief stole a Bible.
Hope he reads it.

The raw deal, unfortunately,
is not as rare as it might be.

No, Jobnnie, all the yaps do I
not live on the Island of Yap. I

March did not bring us much
good weather, but April May.

A stock pool apparently is a
place where suckers are caught.
Many prospective heirs had
rather have a deed than a will.
The political pot will boil with
no other fuel than hot air.
As a rule, when a man picks a
wife she has picked him first.

You will probably miss
you judge a husband by his

Man is made of dust.
settles. Be a man.



it if


to reform the
Anybody ob-

One way to make a man hard-
boiled is to keep him in hot
A man seldom blows when he
comes out at the little end of the

now see his mistake.

People who say the world is
getting worse are probably not
getting any better themselves.
It will take more taxes to raise
the bonus, and the bonus will
raise taxes. And there you are.
.----o ----
Nothing will make a woman
unhappier than to be without
a new hat unless it is to see a
neighbor with a new hat.
Half the people object to sup-
porting the gQvernment, and the
other half wants the govern-
ment to support them.
Some metropolitan churches
are installing wireless outfits to
distribute the sermons. But
how about the collections ?
Plant City is soon to have a
ho0el which is to cost $150,-
000.00, according to the Courier
published at that place.
Some congressmen are still
trying to find out whether the
taxpayers or the ex-service men
lave the greatest number of
Congresswoman Robertson
says she is a JRepublican because
Andrew Jackson put her grand-
father in jail. And an exchange
says this is a better reason than
many people can give for their
choice of a party.

A Philadelphia builder ad-
vertises that all the houses he
is erecting are being equipped
with radio telephone service,
and this is causing a lot of talk.
There is nothing that Americans
like better than a thing with all
the latest improvements.
A few years hence prospec-
tive tenants, after inspecting a
house, will ask, "You have plen-
ty of closet room, a large bath,
everything convenient, and you
have, of course, an airplane
landing on the roof?"
Airplanes soon will take off
by rising straight in the air.
Airplanes landing o house m
roofs in the future wil lbe as

In a new padcage
At a price that f
The same wmratcA


Fourteen months ago Lillian
Lorraine, a New York actress,
slipped and fell down a flight of
stairs. She was picked up,
broken up, broken by a para-
lyzed back. Her physicians
frankly told her she could hope
for nothing better than a bed-
ridden life, that recovery was
beyond hope and possibility.
But last week she returned to
Broadway, the creator of a new
role in comedy.. She was able to
do this because she had lived up
to the spirit that was in her
declaration to her doctors: "I
am going to get well. My back
is broken but not my nerve. If
right thinking will help you to
help me, I'll give it to you every
minute of every day."
Thus, Lillian Lorraine has be-
come a lesson in conduct, an
inspiration to every man and
woman. She has demonstrated
anew the elemental truth that
courage is the thing that counts
most in human life.
Without courage, you have
neither the strength to endure
nor the power to achieve. With-
out it, neither talent nor popu-
larity can make you more than
a leaf on the current of circum-

rnsE ng you can t acn
cidents and wrest promise from
calamity, and neither disease
nor financial disaster nor the
failure of friends may keep you
from doing whatever you want
to do.

Gertrude Hall has a poem in
one of the current magazines on
the weed, which purports to
give the mental attitude of the
unwelcome plant in the g8tend
as it enjoys its little hour mi
the sunshine before the garden
er spies it and punishes its dar-
ing by uprooting it and throw
ing- it aside to shrivel and die.
What is the average weed's
offense in the world? It is not
merely in living but in seeking
to live in the garden, under the
"very nose of her fastidious
majesty, the rose."
Virtually e v e r y so-called
weed, the scientists tell us, has
a right to live, and has a rea
service to perform, one deserve
ing to win the gratitude of man-
kind, if the truth about it wern
known. And the offense foi
which so many weeds pay the
penalty in human hatred and ii
untimely death is simply the of-
fense of being in the wrons
How many people are thal
way? How many lives capabh
of giving good service to thi
world are in the wrong niche
and get only rebuff, repulsm
and heart-breaking treatment
because of it?

The doughboy with the bayo
net is still the most imporani
war device, army officers say
Airplanes, artillery, machine
guns, guns and tanks are in
portant, but they are in th4
Itis the same wayin all wa
of life. It is, always the maiU
that counts --not the job, con
editions or equipmput
The best bookkeeper thi
Standard Oil Com ny ever ask
was John D. Ro'kefel.r. He
did not merely keep books; hi
looked ahead, and made goqi
uwe of his opportumiies.

Friday, April a, 1922








f* v r. 1 .1,.% Lns_
Callahan. Fla.. April 5th. 1922.
(Paid Political Adtertistiterit)
Friends of E. H. Braddock hereby
announce him for Member of the School
Board. District No. .", Nassau county.
Florida. subject to the action of the
Democratic primary election in June,
1922. believing that he is th.- best man
we have had from this district and we
wUlI tbahk all of our good old Nassau
eoanty friends in District No. 3 for
their support for him. HIS FRIENDS
CalUhan. Fla.. April 12. 1922.
(PWad Political Advertisement)
I hereby announce myself as a can-
4didtU for County Commissioner. Dis-
trWct No. 4. Nassau county. Florida.
sUabject to the action of the Democratic
primary election to be held in June,
1922. During the time I have served
at your county commissioner. I have
etdeavored to discharge the duties of
thb office Impartially and to the best
ot kay ability, and upon my record I
now aeew re-election.
Hilliard. Fla.. April 3. 1922.
(Paid Political Advertisement)

I will be in Fernandina on Sat-
urday, April 15th, for the pur-
pose of collecting boat and fish
!cense from parties desiring to
fish in Georgia waters. 1 can
be found at the Keystone Hotel
and will ask all parties to see
me on that day and get boat and
fish license for the year, as the
laws against on-resident fish-
4ig.will be very strenously en-
rced this year.

Ii the pitcher has no unkind
feeling toward Ruth, it will be
the easiest thing in the world to
slip him an easy one and let him
make $500. Even if the pitcher
is not really willing to do this,
the knowledge that Ruth stands
to make $500 on a home run'is
calculated to make the pitcher
nervous. It places him in an
awkward position, no matter
how honest he may be.
What do you think about it?

The City of Fernandia, Flor.
ida will receive, sealed bids for
the sale of all nabuildgs (eo.
sisting of whiteand cm .mDa-
vilis and bath houes), *me4
by cit. at Amelia B S
are situated on Geovinm
lands leased to the city.
Each bid to be aeMl
by certified check do
Bids to be qpemd at t ei
regular meeting of the CaW
Council to be helM Was
day evening, the 19th ,
8:00 p. .L
the City Ceoaeil rmrvems.t
right to reject any or, a M
For farther laformatie a.
drs H. L.Bak iarU .
W- k



Mr. E. F. Fitch of the Florida
Terminal Co., presented the Fer-
a rf nandina Tennis Club with a very
beautiful trophy cup several
Days ago. The H. & W. B. Drew -
VRmINIA *Co. donated a handsome raquet
of unusual worth. Another
BURILEY trophy is a fine raquet given by
a The D. A. Kelly Co. A. S. Allan
donated a lovely pair of silk hose.
A donation of tennis balls was
received from John R. Mann &
Co. Two pairs of tennis shoes,
usful prizes for the winner, were
given by Messrs. Partin and
Fisher. The following gener-
fously contributed in cash to-
ward the trophies: Messrs.
that fi the pocket- :Adams Mularkey. Hardee, R.
as the potet-book- i Willis.Borden, G. Smith, Du-
ed blend of IBose. Simmons, S. Swearingen,
i a R YTObac M(Jukiun, Livingston, Livingstone, Mrrow,
Baker. C. Rutishauser. Litman,
Ferreira. W. Russell, Harvey,
M P*UITr. V,, ,Miz.ell and the Bake-Rite Bakery.
he tennis club wishes to
S---extend sincere thanks and ap-
Political Announcements preciation to those who have
-- .---- so generously contributed to-
FOR CIRCUITJUD jC ward the trophies for the com-
To the Democratic Voters of Nassau Irng tournament, especially to
County:i Mr. Fitch. to whom we are in-
I respectully announce myelf a debated for the beautiful nd
candidate for the Democratic nominUa- tD the aul cup, an
tion to succeed myself as Judge of the to the H. & W. B. Drew Co. for
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida. I do u .
have endeavored faithfully to fulfill the very handsome raquet.
my duties and respectfully ask your
(Paid Political Advertisement) THE DISABLED VETERANS
Hanford McNaider, national
I hereby announce myself a candi- commander of the Anmerican
date for Representative. Group Numin- I
her One. from Nassau county, sub-1 Legion, in a recent address said:
ject to the action of the l)> democratic "I pledge you that the Ameri-
primary election to be held In June.
Having been honored by the people of can Legion is going to fight
Nassau county as their representative ,.
for several terms. I feel that I am first for the man who i. fight-
qualied. I will appreciate your vote in f life.f
adi"Influence. S. A. OGILVIE. ing or hi life.
Callahan. Fla.. March ZAth. 1922. "Our big fight is for the man
(Paid Political Ad ertisement) who came back lame or bliod,
I hereby make my ann-unicement as who must live through the war
a candidate for Representative, Group forever."
No. 2. from Nassau county, subject to w
the action of the Democratic primary The whole American people,
election to be held in June. I feel that however, divided they may be
my experience as y.ur representative
at the 1921 session of the State Leg- upon the question of the sol-
islature fits me for office, and if
elected will disharg my duty to diers' bonus, are unitedly sym-
the very best of my ability. I will pathetic with this first aim of
appreciate your vote. C. FUQUAtic with this first aim of
Hilliard. Fla.. March 29th. 1922. the American Legion.
(Paid Political Advertisement). The first duty of the nation
I hereby make my announcement for should be to care for, sustain,
Member of the House of Representa- comfort and compensate as far
tives. Group No. 2, from Nassau county.
subject to the action of the Demo- as possible the young men dis-
cratic primary election to be held in sled il the country's service
June. I will appreciate the votes of aUle e country service
all those who have faith in my honesty during the world war.
and ability. J. HAMPTON JONES. Toew a n l
CalaLhan. Fla.. April 11th. 1922. Those who are no longer able
(Paid Political Advertisement.) to help themselves because of
FOR STA EATOR their self-sacrifice for the na-
FOR STATE SEATOR tion deserve from it the m t
The trends of Mr. Samuel R. Mer-
Siw .c nles aure in announcing that liberal treatment. And they
I bs .consented to become a candi- 'should have it now.
.* .*,.JB to h 0t" 0'ot" The American people will
In June. Mr. -
row is one or Nassau county's pro- never protest or complain
gressive business men, a citizen and against whatever is done to al-
resident of Nassau county all his life. against whatever is done to al-
e a large taxpayer and one who has leviate the sufferings of the
earnestly at heart the welfare of the t su ing o
e citizens and taxpayers of our county. soldiers who were disabled
SWe earnestly urge that all Desocrats through disease or wounds or
give their active support to and oug disease or woundSo
t for AM1iEL It MKIHROW for State accident while in the service of
Fernandina. Fla., March o30, i'2' the nation, either overseas or in
(2luotuseJ.APV. 1 10 jo,!i pi,!, training camp in this country.
I am a candidate for re-eleiti,,n to Liberality, liberality to the
JAMES E. CALKINS. utmost for the disabled vet-
(Paid Political Advertisement) erans.
I hereby announce myself a candi-
fdate or the Democratic nomination
t seed myself as Superintendent The NOW York World thinks
of Public Instruction of Nassau coun- the New York b associ1-
Sty, Florida. I Indeed appreciate the the w York baseball associa-
honot of the short term gi\en me, and tion has done an unfrtimate
shall be glad to spend some of the beat
years of my life toward the upbuild- thing in cont to p y Babe
lag of our country school system Ruth $500 faric h e run
I respect ailly ask our support Ruth $500 for h home run
April 5. 1922. O T WEAV2R that he knocks while playing
s (Pald Political Advertisenment) baseball this year.
t O-ME- OF TH scHOO It is all right to pay Ruth
FORa BOARD. TE CHOOL $75,000 a year, the World says,
S friends of H. L. -zeie .er,., an.- if he is worth it, but it contends
e nouice him for Member of the School that the bonus principal is
) Board, District No. 2. Nashau county.
Florida. subject to the action of the wrong.
Democratic primary electionn min June.
iS [ believing that lie will devote his Suppose, the World argues,
Sof not only his district. but the coun- that the pitdCer of an opposing
l ty at large, and respectfully solicit the team has lost the game and
1 support of the voters residing in the i and Ruth come at.
district aforesaid, I knows it, and Ruth comes to bat.



The City of Fernandina will
receive Sealed Bids for the ip- The public is most cordially
keep of the City Sewerage Sys- invited to attend the revival
tern for the ensuing year, com- meeting at the Baptist church,
menacing on or about May Ist, which begins Sunday, April 16.
1922. Song service each evening at 8
A satisfactory bond of $2.' 00 o'clock sharp and preaching
will be required of the success- from 8:30 to 9.
ful bidder and contract will take Mr. W. W. Fineren will take
effect on date of acceptance of charge of the services Sunday
bond by the City Council. morning and evening. Those
Council reserves the right to who heard Mr. Fineren a few
reject any or all bids. which are weeks ago know what a treat
tO bs pemed at the next rwmutlar ._ ~. a.d-y. On
meetlug of Council on the I9,b* Club
est- oW. n. WHITNEY. I'Tursday, the Billy Sunday Club
City Clerk. will be with us, and again what
Fernandina, Florida. a treat to hear these men of God.


The D. A. Kelly Company






Also, We Carry a Large Stock of










Kid and Reinskin

Pumps and Oxfords, Baby

Louis and Cuban


Special Prices for Thrifty Shoppers


~4II!Ih m4u QL ~

Ohidren Cry for Flet.h..s

he Kind Yon Hare Always Bought, and which has been
tI me fur over thirty years, has borne the signature. of
^ and has been made tnder his per.
soaal supervision since its iany.
Allow no one to deceive you in thh.
ASll Cupterfeit, Imitations and Just-asood are bt
experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
infants and Children-Experience against ELpfrimeat.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourolf.
toria se a harmless substitute for Castor 0, P rgrc
Sa and Sothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It coaf
Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance* Il
pB is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
beinsin constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatalucy,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Farihn- ass
tggWfrem, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, sid
he assimilation of Food; giving healthy and aatual heep.
U9 Children's Cnmfort-The Mother's Friend.


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In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought

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A performance for the benefit
of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. luring the week several more
Peter's Church will be given at single matches have been stag-
the Rex Theatre on Tuesday, ed, the following being those
April 18th. presenting a special who have played up to date:
feature, "Our Mutual Friend," Mis.s Louise Davis defeated
taken from the novel by Charles Miss Marie Whitney in a Mtren-
Dickens. It is a picture that will fought set. which decided
please everyone. Admission, the victor. Mr. P'aul Messick
15c and 35c. Two shows-7:00 and Mr. IPage Bussels also play-
and 9:30 o'clock. Special music. ed a very close match, Mr. Me.s-
S. ick winning two out of three
The Road to Happiness sets. A hard fought match took
You must keep well if you place between Messrs. Stapleton
wish to be happy. When con- and Hodgison, ending in a vic-
stipated take one or two of tory for the latter. The remain-
Chamberlain's Tablets immedi- ng singles, and also the doubles
ately after supper. They cause and mixed doubles, will be play-
a gentle movement of the ed by next Friday, when the fi-
bowels. nals in singles. doubles and mix-

ed dotulhs% willl afford an after-
nooln or two of deep interest for
the members, patrons and
friends of the tennis club. The
tournament will commence at
3:00 p. m. Thursday., April 20th,
the men's singles being the op-
ening feature. The people of
Fernandina are urged to come
out to t he ground:; and witness
the exciting matches.

Next Thursday at 8 p. m. the
Womain'.s Auxiliary will enter-i
tain 'Theodore Hernandez Post,
No. 51, American Legion, and all:
of ii own members at an in-
formt- pie supper to be given in;
the Legion rooms on the corner;
of Fourth and Center streets.!
Thu members of both organiza-
tions aIr cordially invited to at-
tend anil a fair representation
from each unit is expected.
The Leader has a supply of
desk blotters, size 19x24, that
can be had at a very reasonable
price. It's worth while to in-


To the farmers of Nassau coun-
The count y commissioners
have again appointed me as
county exhibitor for the State'
fair this year, and I am taking
this opportunity to ask all the.
farmers of the county to co-
operate with me again as they
so kindly did last year. Nassau,
county must win first honors
at the State fair this year, and
she will d,) so if the farmers will
give a little extra attention to
the raising of nice things to;
exhibit We want as many va-i
rietits ,if corn, sugar cane,'
sweet potatoes, etc., as you can
furnish. Be sure to save a few'
bundles of your nicest oats and
put them where the rats and
mice cannot get them. Save out
nice samples of everything you
can possibly grow on your land.
It is a large variety of products
that makes a fine exhibit.
Pleasee be sure to save samples
of your peas and beans; in fact,
everything that is useful.
I hope the ladies will make a
special effort to can as many
varieties of fruits and vegeta-
bles as possible. Put them in'
nice quart jars. We do not want!
many samples of the same thing,
but at least one or two quarts of
everything fit to can.
If you desire any information
about preparing your exhibit's
please write to me and I will help
you all I can.
Let us all plan, plant, and
work for the finest county ex-
hibit ever shown at the State
fair D. H. PETREE.
Callahan, Fla.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
American Legion. Theodore
Hernandez Post No. 54, will give
a vaudeville entertainment in
+h,.Lf D --t w lZ---,._ .. ..

Ford Labor Charge for

0 overhauling Front Axle

Including re-bushing of springs and perches
when necessary, straightening and lining
up and adjusting of wheels, old price
$5.00; iew price

< $3.50

The second week of ourApecial service to Ford
Owners inaugurated to save the public money by
devoting the week of April 17th to 23rd, inclu-
sive to overhauling Front Axle, including re-
bushing of springs and perches when necessary,
straightening and lining up and adjusting of
wheels. Many have saved money by taking ad-
vantage of our offer advertised last week.


Lasserre Motor Company
Authorized Ford Dealers A Fernandina, Florida

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Eastersaleor all a an

Another Big 10-Day Reduction Sale to be conducted by IIJ.N,Conner & Son at their store at
Callahan, beginning April 12, and continuing to the close of businessSaturday 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 Town of Callahan,
and at the greatest bargain prices. New goods will be com-
ing in all through the sale-nothing will be excepted; every-
thing will be offered in the sale.


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 that 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 prices after the sale
is over. Don't forget the date.




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FWays Aj4 14,1929







T HE quality of the banking support you reccivc
is of prime importance. If your bank is to serve
you well, it must itself have-as this bank has-
the facilities of the greatest banking organization in the
world-the Federal Reserve System.

4 Per Cent. interest .aid on
Saints AJccounts

First National Bank



C. C. Jones, of Callahan, was Read the advertisements in
here Tuesday. The Leader this week. Each
one carries a message.
C. H. S. from 5c to 10c at the --
United Fruit and Cigar Store. Building lot. Best location in
town, on Center street. D. A.
Register now and vote in the Part in.
primary. Books close May 1st. -
SMrs. Mathilda E. Roeder, of
FOR SALE Detachable Brooklyn, N. Y., sister of Rev.
body for roadster. D. A. Partin. J. W. Bleker, is visiting at the
'L. -tory.

Judge J. B. Stewart is spend-
ing today at Hilliard.
5c Hava-Tampa cigars at the
United Fruit & Cigar Store.
P. H. Sauls, of Callahan, was a
visitor to the city Saturday.

Drink spring water.
by D. A. Partin.

For sale

What about injecting a little
"pep" in the baseball minstrel?
J. P. Higginbotham, of Italia,
was greeting his friends here on
"Each Reel a Pearl"-The
Rosary next Friday at the Rex
Circuit court convenes at
Fernandina next Monday, the
If you want plenty of pep,
strength and energy, take Tan-
lac. For sale by J. L. Horsey.
Portina Cigars at the United
Fruit & Cigar Store. Phone
D. B. Newsome, of Callahan,
was a business visitor to the
county seat Wednesday.

Hay-a-Tampa cigar
United Fruit & Cigar
Phone 260.

at the

W. H. Brandies, of Callahan,
was greeting his friends here
Japanese Grass Rugs, 6x9 ft.
at $3.98 each. Larger sizes also
priced very low at Mularkey's.
Mrs. Rena MacDonnell is vis-
iting her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. T. Waas.

RENT-Upstairs flat fur-
nished or unfurnished. D. A.
Mrs. J. B. Stewart, Mrs. J. T.
Ferreira, Mrs. W. J. Courter and
Mrs. Paul Messick motored to
Jacksonville Tuesday.
C. H. S. cigars for only five
cents at the United Fruit & Ci-
gar Store.
Three furnished or unfurnish-
ed rooms with lights and bath.
Apply to G. W. Boring at Allan's
Spring time is Colorite time.
Make the faded hat as good as
new. All colors at Suhrer's.
S. R. Merrow, candidate for
State Senator, spent Wednes-
day at Callahan in the interest
of his candidacy.
A good investment in Torchon
Laces for a nickel a yd. at Mu-
J. R. Braddock, of Callahan,
county commissioner, was here
Wednesday to attend the regu-
lar meeting of the board.

etc., at

cards for Easter
program pencils,


S. C. Braddock, of Hilliard,
county commissioner, was here
Wednesday to attend. the regu-
lar April session of the board.
Latest attractions in box pa-
per, pound paper, etc., of the
better qualities at Suhrer's.
J. A. Braddock, accompanied
by his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Braddock, of the Lessie section,
spent Tuesday here.

SKing's Cash Grocery

Quality Goods for Particular People
We Only Handle the Best

Phm. 15i

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Facts About Uhe Eyes
Headache is very frequently caaud from defect* eya The
vlomay be good, often y good, but at an weornw czpecnw
of nerve energy, as in the case of far-uihtednas, the mmdle of
the cyra are cntinuously at work during all hour while awake,
sad no wonder they become busted. Properly fitt d lu
will invariably relieve this conditir-

.Ve*As& &* S~rdd Ap m* ew and tAid* eMnre mowormWAA ,.i


Prof. and Mrs. L. Grunwald
and little daughter, Vera, and
IMrs. C. E. Huntley motored to
SJacksonville Wednesday.

Chickens, Fresh Country
Eggs, and Vegetables always on
hand. Prompt delivery. Cali-
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
The Southern Transporta-
'tion Co. has inaugurated a
!double daily bus service be-
tween Fernandina and Jackson-
We have another lot of Win-
dow Shades, White, Yellow and
dark Green at 50c each at Mul-

Prof. 0. T. Weaver, of Calla-
han, was here Monday on busi-
ness connected with his office
as county superintendent of
public instruction.
The Old Rosary was a won-
derful thing; the New Rosary
will stir you with its greater
wonder. See the picture. Rex
Theatre next Friday, the 21st.
Just received. A new stock of
the Thomsons' glove-fitting
Corsets. Yours anxious to
please, Mularkey Bros.

Mrs. L. B. Zetterower ana
daughter, Verleria, spent Satur-
day night and Sunday with her
daughters, Mrs. Louis N. John-
son and Mrs. Wade H. Spark-
man, at Hagan's Field.

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

Tanlac is the ideal strengthen-
er and body builder for old folks,
because it creates a healthy ap-
petite for wholesome food and
strengthens and invigorates the
digestive organs. Sold here by
Dr. J. L. Horsey.

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

We sell the Everfast Suitings,
absolutely guaranteed by the!
manufacturers to hold the color,
in all the leading shades. 45c|
yd. at Mularkey's.
Gillette, Gem, Ever-Ready,
Durham Duplex, Autostrop, En-
ders, Keen Kutter and Penn Ra-
*, fl A h

i.or1 Iues at i uiL reriU s.
Owing to an unusual run of
advertising this week, we are We are showing a new line of
compelled to cut some articles the famous Chalmers line of un-
short which would otherwise oc- derwear for Spring and Sum-
cupy more lspacet. mer. for men, youth and boys.
-Your inspection invited Mular-
If you are feeling all worn out, key Bros.

if you can't eat, sleep or walk
with any satisfaction, you need
Tanlac. For sale by .1. L.

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

Send your dyeing and clean- -
ing to Rogers & Jones, 611 Main You will look prosperous if
St., Jacksonville, Fla. We pre-! you will call and invest in one of
pay parcel postage on returning. our New Style Straw Hats for
-- Easter. Good time to order that
Kirsch brass flat curtains new Suit to complete your out-
that do not tarnish. Single, 35c; fit and save money at Mu-
double, 65c each. Very orna- larkey's.
mental and durable. Now in
stock at Mularkey's. Live agents wanted to handle

Birth announcement and con-
gratulation cards, Birthday
booklets and cards, etc., at Suh-
Dr. C. C. Fuqua, of Hilliard,
candidate for representative,
was here Tuesday. being ac-
companied by Herbert Gordon
and Franze McKindree.

Subscriptions taken
Cal's Magazine, $1.00
New patterns received

for Mc-
a year.
daily at

M. J. Wilds, of Chester, coun-
ty commissioner, was greeting
his friends here Wednesday,
having motored over to attend
the regular April meeting of the
Chickens, Fresh Country
Eggs, and Vegetables always on
hand. Prompt delivery. Cali-
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
Mrs. T. B. Tilley, accompanied
by her sister, Miss Frances
Horsey, spent the week-end
very pleasantly at Lake City,
where Mr. Tilley has his head-


city trade for the genuine J. R.
Watkins Products. Write quick
for free sample and parrticulars.
The J. R. Watkins Co., Dept. 74,
Memphis, Tenn. 2-24
Bleached Table Damask, 60
inches wide, as a help to thrifty
housekeepers to reduce expen-
ses. Now offered at 49c yd. at

You very naturally desire to
reduce your expenses to meet
readjustments. We wish to co-
operate with you in our line of
Dry Goods and Clothing. Your
money's worth or your money
back at Mularkey's.
We take care of your shoe re-
pairs. First-class work guaran-
teed. Prices reasonable. S. W.
GLUCK, next to Bake-Rite Bak-
We always have on hand
fresh vegetables, fruits, chick
ens and fresh country eggs.
We buy from the farmers direct
and our stocks are always fresh.
United Fruit & Cigar Store,
Phone 260.





8:00 A.M. 10:15 A.M.
4:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.

THINK! 62 cents less than the Train Fair.
Have give you 90 days service without missing
a schedule. We have no cars other than the
big busses, which are more pleasant than train
or touring car. Give us a trial and be con-
vinced. If you desire this cheap fare and good
schedule, have your friends ride the "BUS."

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UA s day ofylad tidinys nmd
r o i e i my brinys with it
thoughts of the loved ones.
ome gift, some dainty token
will make this day one of
foad remembrance in the
time to come.

L. Srunwa/d, jewler




Romantic. You'll get an eyeful. Starting in
leans and ending in Monte C'arlo. 10 and 25c.

"Man" in
New Or-

A benefit performance for the Woman's Auxiliary
of St. Peter's Church. A new feature picture, "OUR
MUTUAL FRIEND," with an all-star cast. Taken from
the last complete novel written by Charles Dickens. The
ladies will give special music between first and second
shows. You are assured a very pleasant evening. The
picture is high-class and will please the children as well
as the grown-ups. Called by motion picture critics "The
Perfect Movie." Buy your ticket from a member of the
Auxiliary. Prices 15 anid 35c.
Douglas McLean in "CHICKENS." A pleasing
comedy, with lots of laughs. The crowning romance of
a rich young rooster who started out to scratch for him-
self. Added, "THE MERRY LITTLE PUT-PUT," a
Bruce scenic and an Educational Feature. "THE KID
GLOVE ORANGE." 1I and 25c.
BERT LYTELL in "The Idle Rich"
A new picture with this popular star at his best. A
dramatic feature RICH in entertainment because the
action is never IDLE. See this. Added, comedy,
"WASHED OUT." Regular prices, 10 and 25c.

The picture sensation of the season The R f
A picture released in February, 1922, and one that
is pleasing folks all over the country. The leading news-
papers give this production highest praise. "AN UN-
THING EVER DONE BEFORE." WE urge you to see
this remarkable picture. "EACH REEL A PEARL."
Added, comedy, "RATTLING BY."

A typical "Doug" picture, with plenty of action. Scenes
laid in the West. Also Mutt and Jeff in "THE HOLE
CHEESE. 10 and 25c.

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

Opous Me Seer .Rom'ad d .7'iAf~stl ike iaine

Vhe Jeystone fotel
5ersandina, la.

All Meals 75 Cents



Make Your Reservations for Sunday
Dinners in Advance


System of Bakeries

M ua ....Ua.m"Is.9 ... .

Ximeriewn Plaun

Corner Center and 4th





FWdmyt Aprd 14o 1922


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