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: February 9, 1923
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00031
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
alephbibnum - 002001190
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VOLUME 36 FERNANDINA. FLORIDA, FR *TAY FEBRUARY 9, 1923 2

SJACKSONVILLE SCENE OF- THRU SHIPS DUE; ONE A
artow s Eity Manager HOME BUH.DING EXHlm1 SAILED ON TUESDAY ro y
Is fl T1 1I.n. ..cuThe steamship Springfield,
T alks... T o L oCal P people ''.Supplementary to the fea.! Ari e Monday at& thee Florida lee C o omujJita .... -
nr___- e printedby the Leader dock ad wllo
--- *-- 1. ts issue of Jan. 26. on the Flo ,i- ^i Co's. dock and will
T, a lk T o LDal P O plE da Home Bulding..hi. b6 the o .. Spinf"ld TE-
SPLENDID MEETING HELD, SCHOOL NOTES .opened in Jacksonville on Feb t o ns of phophate. tracan, THEBAH .
IN COMMUNITY HOUSE' d ine o ing Co., agents. ENING WMAS T B9M-
YESTERDAY.7 The Fernandina school openedF 7sinu to ial The steamship Flour Spar and In studying Abdul Ba s dek LIANT APPAl
Sowd Fb. 17, is being rapidly P.rith Castle are due the 10th nomic teach however one
S- ~:for the second t.rni-ith an en- ed at Julia and Forsyth streets a -d 15th, respectively. E W. must remember that noee not a
Mr. J. W..Greer, city manager roilment of 227 pupils The -siteand headquartsof the, agent. university profesor of eno. The fortatopeaing of th Yu-
for the City of Bartow, Polk first term has not been eve''-. h "i h d y, h f rom h., The Jap steamer Karichi Ma- mica with a theory to exploit, lee Community House to the
coiinty, addIes.wi abgut-sixty of thing for which we had hiped, lI p. i r,-which arrived last week fori nor the partisan exponent of a public was li the form of a re
I%,. representative citizens of but this confestsioni is not to l- Adnio.sson freehltweeBt seven and eight thous-!cult, but a great world reformer eta. wck w held an-Ma.
F.'rnandina in the assembly construed a. a public apology. Among the special features t ph.e at the Flor- ng tvhe human of the coming t .
rm of the Yulee .ommunitySickness, -That tdim r. which planned. that of "All-Floriad T~oTuesday. This ship car- time. He has not written a sHa Te,. eptle ,, whimt is
PI,..us yesterday from 2:30 till broadcasts sorrow everywhere. DIay" will occur on Feb. 15. it oile of the' largest cargoes ulS treatise like Progress ainyellowan4brownehhja.
-1:00 o'clock in regard to chang- has been in ore midst from the Ot.hers, to be announced, include o fock from Fernandina ever tot Poverty, Doa KaitI 'i was beautifully decorated in am-
ing the present city government beginning. One grade has had "Special Retail Dealers' Day be PiP5ed from this port. This- Last, but he -turtisa ad yBw
t<, the commission or city-mana- l adies, Day." "Southern Pi S han Shipping Co., agents. his at traces the, m while the a.nur o, i
,4r(* form. Mr. Greer told us of v sust it ut e teachers. An- an possibly others t behind all of them, and "
tiht. wonderful things the com- other grade ha.s had tfor sulb- newspapers, following the ezi('CeL. DAN MORGAN SMITH pushing Ae good .impUle' ofs hung in roi and finished a
mission forn had done for other statutes. These teachers have ample of the Leader, are ac. WILL LECTURE HERE 16 every human heart into actilty. old ivory, was a brilliant plc-
cilies ,f their State, South and, in the main done good work. Two tively co-operating with tt'.e A number of years ago, in ture with deso:afione of flame
N:tion and recommended the'epidemics have hit us and every management to make the oe cc Col. Dan Morgan Smith, co,,- writing a New Years Greeting flowers andferns. .
change for Feruandina. I teacher, with the exception of ion a State-wide success al ftmter in France of the "Bat-ito America, Abdul Baha ex- Thu guests were received in
lie stated that the usual thing three, have lost time from school which, latest accounts agree, taon of Death," will lecture at pressed his hope of the future, the assembly room, and stand
doie when such a change was because of illness. In spite of there is every prospective as- .th First Baptist Church, Fer-:saying: "Now is the beginning ing with Mras Noble in the re-
made was to put all property on all this the school is moving .. urance. ... n sdina, Fla., Feb. 16th, at ~7:30 of a new cycle of Reality, a new ceiving line were Miss Kate Wil-
:t basis of full value on the city smoothly and orderly. To the The preliminary arrangt- p.. Subject: ''Fhe Spirit of Cycle, anew Age, a new Cen- Hams, the board of trustees of
tax books and then lower the teachers much credit is due(, but n(nts are in charge of an a- America, or Who's Running the tury, a new Time, and,a new the building committee, namely,
nuillage. The tax burden is a to our boys :and girls. who have twuttive committee of which C. C,. -Gntry." All are Invited. Year.- Therefore it is very bles- Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Davis, Dr.and
thing the people of Fernandina shown such t'in spirit, still Jones. of the Jones Lumber o.. -- sed." He added that he wished Mrs. D.G. Humphreys, Mrs.
have been feeling for several more credit is due. The sad fact of Jacksonville is chairti A, variety, barns and garages, this blessing to become manifest Loui. Goldstein, Mrs. W. T.
years. but when asked if the about human nature is that the with certain other local retail ai'previously narrated, all in in the aces and lives ot his fo. Ilaile. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Kelly,
system actually reduced the evil deeds olf two or three pupils hmnilber dealers and the follow- eery .instance with building lowers, "so that they too may Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whitney aind
amount of money paid by the will receive more menntion and ing officials of the Southern plins and the structural and de- become a new people, and hav- Mr. William H. Sims.
taxpayer into the coffers of the: notoriety than the good conduct Pine Association, actively co- cowtional data required. Also ing found new life, and been Mrs. Noble was handsome in a
city annually, Mr. Greer stated (f two huimedh a(nd twenty pu- operating: W. E. Gardner, of lectures by experts representing baptised' with' first and spirit, gown of black charmeuse, a
that he could not say that it did,' pils. Jacksonville, assistant secre- the pine 'association. may make the worw a -iew draped model, with which she
but that it looked better to the, Construiti\e plans are in the tary; Albert R. Israel, of New On Feb. 15 there will be a world, to the end that the old wore a corsage of violets, and
,,iutsidc world and to the people minds of pupils and teachers and Orleans; publicity manager and jobit convention of the North world mar disappear, .and ,the! carriedd an arm bouquet of rose
v. ,lh whom the city did business this little iem in is only the begin- othlir heads of departments. H. Cairolina Pine Association and;new earth appear, old ideas de- carnations, the gifts of the wo-
io, have a higher total assess- ning of a sniEs whiCh will he d<- R. Mahoney, of Jacksonville, is the. Georgia-Florida Saw Mill part, and new thoughts come; men trustees of the building
nmknt. voted to giving our patrons and secretary and treasurer. Ageociation, to be held at the old garments be cast aside, and fund as tokens of appreciation.
Mr. Greer's talk was great- friends fats about the school. The exhibits will include HItel Mason, which although' new garments be put on, ancietjt A musical program added
l. enjoyed and the people of Fer- its pupils, its teachers, its aims. models in miniature of southern ndt prearranged will be a nota- politics, whose foundation is war much pleasure to the occasion,
nandina appreciate his coming its hopes and its aspirations., pine construction, of dwelling bly timely and interesting co- be discarded, and modern poli-'and it was composed of Mr. and
!'ere and giving them the infor- Next week the training iualifi- houses and bungalows in great incident occasion. tics, founded on peace raise tlte!Mrs. Ferdie Lohman, who, with
motion. He was introduced by cations and general standing of ..... standard 'of vfctrry; the nrp' flute and violin, together with
Mayor Hinton J. Baker. the teachers in the profession ,- star shine and gleam, and the Master Simonl Flacks, who play-
Mr. Greer recommended the will be set fort h. new sun illuminate and radiate, ed second violin, and Mrs. Irving
charter the City of Bartow is, Fernandina High School, -that the new will follow the Messick as accompanist, gave
now working under, as it con- By E. F. McLane. .new,---and all the old furnisli- .-everal pleasing numbers. TIeP
tains some improvements over ings and adornments be cast a- vocal soloists for the evening
1tho bill as passed by Mr. Up- DEDICATION OF THE YU- CHO side, and new decorations put iI, we
church at the 1921 session of LEE COMMUNITY HOUSE .-,
the, gial t .. .. ," 'On T"-- -J'" -*., -.. .-- -e*'-~. *1 I -'c N-o g
LOCAlo CIlTIZEN HONORED 1 o'elot. the 'ulee Community [hatred because the flame of the accompanying by Mrs. Lou
-- House. which has liQeei given to love of God. and the voice of the! Klarer. Their number. were
) r rtd to note that one, m,'mrul:l dill:1' b I-S vWilliamlugvin ilte voice of His Kiiigdom. ni,,si al)lu''ciated Nnd were beau-
il the !ivest and most promi- Nobl. andI Mrs. Wallace Neff, of! Otl soldiers of health the sol- tiful ih their selection.
tcnt citi/.ens. of Fernandina. Washiniton, D. C., in memorial ONLY FOUR MORE DAYS ditr of life; all the nations of.he Throughout the evening, deli-
1mmelyv. Albert D. Simon, prop- to then father. Senator Yulee, BEFORE VALENTINE DAY w ld one nation, all races neA'i hot chocolate an inivi-
.i..tlr of the Hotel Keystone. wai fnirmally dedicated with a race all ntio antheod Then- a conclusion at the serequestved.
.::s had the honor of the vice- sho;r,. but impressive service. mnized one melody. Then o Mrs. Nobleusion, at the reuesowd
,t,.sidency oft the "Greeters of; Representatives from each February 14ththis material eal will e a o the pp entire crowdby
.\mioric-" bestowed upon him.,church. including the officers Paradise. the earth Heaven, ad be the hapy e g
This organization is composed of tcl churchh organizations, aind the world of Satan become the ii nu "Dixie. t
< hotel nien only. and the the oilicers of the Wonmai:l's A VARIET1Y TO PLEASE ALL world of angels." 1The lovely e o tertinno t will
.election of offi ers was held at 'lub,. t lte Library Associatio Also Valentine Post Cards In Ai idBal's vision of' meit beili gotten, not onlyf the
e meeting in the Chamber of and several invited friends, were m:kid the iideal should t opportunities to be with Mrs. No-f the
( 'oiultl'cn building. Jacksonl prest,w. anl the opening pray- scparatted from the material. ex- opportunity t, be with Mrs. No-
ille. last Mondyin. Jackson n present and he byop eni. ra. ct in the clear concept ion f ble, who has done much for us in
vill lst Monday. Wt e i r ot- r r m, a y i.or h t t : gi ing to the people of Fernan-
o,, l t prowtd otn hm ersobl hon- we ri.i insorh. oau theuMetl o'a A Pleasing Variety of Cards and Folders: .... dina the Community House,
:,r, b reod n hm i ti f o- ,rf rterti. u for All Occasions COUNCIL IS HAVING CEN- which is such an example of gen-
,::ulin:a was selected for this ('. Ilillt*r and Mrs. Jack lriggs,- TER STREET R.LEI'AIRED I).-ty ad g will.
position, for undoubtedly it will wilh Mir<. Irving Messick as ac- presents a bus W'RE OFF FOR A WEEK
mo ';n much to the town. Since compani-nt, and these were fol- aCearaner sreet present a uy WE'RE OFF Fwork A WEEK
r.nming to Fernandina to live. lowe(l by a prayer by Rev. J. N. A Special Order Will Be Made For Any Article a epaiarince these pavement from The editor, .accompanied by
.1i. Simnl.. has been an enthus- Ford. pastor of the Baptist Wanted and Not Carried In Stock Fifth to FIront street having his family and mother, Mrs. S.
t;.-ii' l..ost-r lor th K\ h's ati mana Il nt of the much man ('tl voi. casor ch the g o- ig white way is also undir course Roux, left this morning for a
Kswa,'tn Hotel has done much ihman was paid to Mrsch. N lobln of cojstrutc ion, w hich' keeps a tour of South Florida. The par-
.i.a< iuttinp Fernandina on tb.n' was panid to Mrs. Nofle G Shre n tw bus along thn iho'tLh- Ly expects to be gone about a
i,-. -tp. and lh. entiree Yulee family 1y ]ew\el O-. urer Duggist hfare. ',week and the proprietor of this
.- -.. --- Mr. ). I'. Mularkey. and tle ser- i Many improvements are being publication will appreciate any
Thei announc.mi nti that lIe- vice wa brinought to pa clo. wilth made gefmTrally bout the city,'favors shown the remaining
,tte ias very ill is the best news a bn il'. J. W. Bickprayer of dedicational of which will contribute to- members of the force in his ab-
ht has come out of Russia in a v. J. W. Bker rector o wards our girowt h. so'e.
hOng time. the Fpiscopal church. -' __" .


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ENTERTAINED BOY SCO'


Mrs. William Noble entertain-
ed the Boy Scotts and the Scout
Master, J. F. Surrency, Tues-
day afternoon in the children's
reading room of the Yulee Com-
munity House, and a wonderful
afternoon was spent. The scouts
having been organized under the
leadership of Mr. J. F. Surren-
cy, who has been elected Scout
Master, will soon be ready for
their active service and the com-
pany consists of about twenty-
one members. Great things are
anticipated, and each young
fellow'4ntUrest and enthusiasm
is keenly aroused and with Mr.
Surrency, who cannot be sur-
passed as Scout Master. the or-
ganization will be a wide-awake
one.


WOMAN'S CLUB


The Woman's Club held its re-
pular weekly meeting in the Yu-
lee Community House Wednes-
day afternoon, and had meeting
with them for the last time, Mrs.
William Noble, who left that af-
ternoon for Miami, before con-
tinuing to her home in Wash-
ington, D. C.
After the usual business was
t antacted, tea was served, and
for the first time. the silver tea
service which Mrs. Noble gave
to the house, was used. A large
attendance was present, a dele-
rtation atecnmnanvin Mri N, h i>..


dina were delightfully entertain-! \ oT T ae'r,, ri.ine J..nes. -'si,.l.n. c' er
WV;o'nli. Indiana:
ed on Tuesday evening in the as-i ,n, "ie'ard 'i l county i.nnommiss,..' s v are he"rell' relir,,d t.,, apit.:,
Corn-'y ;roo:ml t yiIIV, Florida. lierl,y :n- ,,n t4' tha -alj f .a r'ih i. %9Ic.
sembly room of the Yulee Com-'i. i.,'i1" it, an t-ed- an, supplies far tieleHi tll complaintt for livr,'e. fih.I
niunity House by Mrs. William -n 41' ailding .. fro tlalt real nst .u on by K. LDI. fJner i
Noble.I i, ks i SWeet feed. ,ni.v. irda. in Chancery.
: fo d' ( oa t ,- T. oh ets. T te N osi a 1 'oihC m ity L e a d e r a n d el' r
The address of welcome was 1 Iiroth.v ar I y.a o e
";iililinelt-s-el.S irtiis halrlade.eiga
made by the hostess, and was 2 I.e aa,. i-r. ,i n I.h e Pwsainisi % eil'e .': ti
greatly enjoyed by all. She then ,,,,,,' .. l'hile Ic..on ,i --k fi-r ,1"..,' .'-:lis veutive "k. "
appointed Mr. Albert D. Simon '*' ,,.,,, smap. aWitn.ss i,, h,,inl .a t s erk and, l la
I *'.ir., \I I;11h lg -fi i vie4lt r*:il lit Fii-rnali ill N'i s-
chairman for the evening, who, 'il n .,01,1eiiV ot:lt. es. ;a l.u It. "li'r la. hi :31th lav ,
: sa1-It.J,'lilltil'y. A 1 t 1 423l
after a pleasing speech, called; ',,.. *iii.lv I ul t i..r< a;r- i,.l l S( AI. ); a i!'i<:e s-;s

upon the various gentlemen for: \i;nii ; f .eie A. ,;. l. r ineath. \::a r ;';-u. n. -'lm ar ,
talks which were greeted with 1iiI, IllI:;:",:deli.ereda ingile .nl l la ,, :. i LIT. i
m u ch a p p la u se 'asr I ..,- l 't. ; is ih .,;r ,,r <'C ount y -. .. .- 0 -. .. .. .. .... .
(Community singing was ei- -h -l 1 ,. :r I S,,,,Ai..
joyed, being led by M iss Bessie ."". :'... I'Ili:id i..Fa. ln or ,et- .i h r .I f lea ,l 'a-rli a ',' i .
Nagel, who contributed several 4i' ;'' r -1< h. i.4'1, t., I pl ne :... nin ,,ut r .a a ul ,.e.r lit, stil
a solok with M rs. Louis Klarer as ,i e 111111. i.1.is ,, ,.1,i,.t after that ..-;,,. ii >iir.I\. "ioria. date d I, h. 1
,sI o- T her' h n',,i ri. trv he right ti, -!.I% tof"J i lrann iua.l .\ [ A. w1.9 whervin J
accompanist, who also rendered; r..,.t I,. --r '4, ',eept ihid on sucriht 'ih, des.*l, iiingJ1 cs. A .I) "her.ti Is
:t number of instrumental solos.1 ,;,", ,' f o-... uppiies a s it desires. lalni i ' 4. '. hBrI' u; SS. 1.W ,'rs i-s d'fit-illal i. 1. Lilt. u lid ihe gentlemen were joined i tik i ti. i;h,:ar ,fi .,( county Cnmi- ,dI shli- f N.if .-i;sut couintv '. liriai-
for hot chocolate and cakes by v 1i' t N 'i';i ,:a, .'i,,iY.,. Flirida. ie.,i\ le.vi.di up,,n ande sh' f,lft,-r fil
,(i -: 114t il i 1 h, lih-st ;i' il h,4 t h ildl-r fo,
the business women and the 1 o0 T i 1 .... ti ioefr, r i. tn. rni .n or cf th \'s
\ < A fA.-I t1hi freull < i 't l' in tht e t'i \ <
\\onialn' A' ixiliary of the Anm- Th>, I:o.,,fl ,, le,iy ,'me.esiner ,. .ran .li a. 'lrilou. ,in Mthend.-i
t'rican Legion. M rs. Louis '. "- *.,",,lli"t i-ra i h.'rahli v s in- I "t. hr iy ,i .ari i .\ 2i > A:1.. iw,-
v.le., !"- t f^i 't r 2f 1.6O4#. feet ac4 Luminier. ilt e h.tars ef ei 'f-l< e'lhickt'k 1n no. :tit
Goldstein responded with a brief t" l,,ii.e* f.r repairs to rid ges. .'aintl II.. t.ii ,ttek,1 .Ina p r. i, fe tli"u"wiig
but expressive talk. and as the Flnrida. ,n :.iordancve with .pe'Cifli- ti6e s;ad plaintiff has etjeibliie, :t lie
li.tt 'I Ill in, the custodyy of 1. J f4.I ilAlor perforinedl aid matn;ieri:i. fijr
guests were ready to depart, at ..'">.nil ..>.,. Supterinitndent of Colin- i,,..il.. t-,wt, tileor F .rd .\t i ...,,ll
the request of Mrs. Noble, they I- ""i s P'11I" to hbe filed with uG. I k 'ng
sn.** "o Be With' Yo Till "U'^^ ( "*er k. Pernandina. Florida. Said property bring levt-\ d iplq )i
sang, "God Be With 1You Til :, ,r i>i,.,,,re F bruary 24th. 1923. to he ti.- propirt, ., of \li. MyerFf .ind all tih
S M t A in l at yuch time as the Board may rii. iht. title and interest tlieret-lr w
We Meet Again." ,.I thereafter The Board reserves he, ..hil as ab ove -tated
th. r''.at .to reject any. or all bids., J. ADAMS..
cII a'l-u ES&. s5i,.'rff ecf Nassa uh cuinllty. 1 ,,ril.L
MUSICAL.SOCIETY ORGAN- ,,e the noard of Co t ty ',om- y ," ,'.. .lt.:s. .r-.
IZME LAST FRIDAY. FEB. 2 l ,lCm N;ty Florida eptit sheri
l^"- I L~ IA ^ L',ele.'s'


.it a lmeeting-l IIU ll on r lay,
February 2nd, a group of repre-
sentative music lovers of Fer-!
nandina gathered in response to
a request from Mrs. William B.
Noble at the Yulee Community
House and tentatively organiz-
ed a musical society.
The following were elected as
officers, after stirring talks had
been made by Mrs. Irving Mes-
sick, Mr. M. L Griffin and Dr.
Ernest Molnar:
President. Mrs. Ernest Mol-`
nar.
Vice President, Mrs. E. W.
Bailey.
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs.
R. M. Martin.
Recording Secretary a n d
Treasurer, Mr. Malcolm Griffin.
Librarian, Miss Theo Kelly.
Musical Director, Mrs. Irving'
Messick.
Critic, Dr. Ernest Molnar.
Accompanists, Miss Helen-Kel- '
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NASSAU COUNTY LIADl, FERtNANDINA, PLORIDA. ..p_ IFrida%. Iehbruar _

MRS. T. G. OZMER at this first meeting and dur- li\a.u cor.T w.STATEOFFLOR VICTIM N REGAIN
HOSTESS AT BRIDGE ing the week the executive comr--"." L I- 13 FL
mittee met with the purpose of4, ,:., tt .f MARTHA A T H ATRENGT EASILY
Last Friday afternoon Mrs. T. adopting by-laws, etc.s ..f .. rs,,-. Let,'. rstributeos. H AN 0 A IL
G. Ozmer entertained most. The formation of this excel- -,, Ier,~os n s HEAL THA D STorE ILY ;
Latriday aft.rnoon Mr. T. dopting by-las etc... ali against said ..tate: t.
charmingly with eight tables of lent society will keep the music .,,,i eachn ofr o. are h.rey
Auction in the Keystone Grille. lovers well occupied during the' na- to resent an3 e Product Proves I[ t 'r Run Down nlI I1),
Valentine decorations predomi- winter season, and community un. ,f ih. ha iit. pondent SufferersaCan le ot thI
nafed, and from every conceiva- sings are planned for all im- e'. i nf -,r ,anenf. Nassafu d S !
ble space huge red hearts danced, portant occasions. ..lo. ri:. ,;, th,.,,,,.,,.,, and Strong Again
in the breeze. Hearts also drap-i Istate. within io years frm ne
ed the flower boxes, which were ('arry Cholera Germs to Milk! d v.or t i. Al .,CU-MA PROVES .T SYSTEM, 1, 11 1 1
filled with spring flowers and -. ,. ra, r SI, .. s -.U N* r
ferns, while the feature of the rt r nerally known that ., ,
i It is generally known that i s-,.,Ih deceased.
afternoon was a post-office, flies carry cholera germs to A ir Atr Itf ou have had "Flu" u to th, i.e inestitn in .,
was cleverly arranged in one il Teya lsorryterms -' ,rr., =lat ytha
corner of the grille, from whicS milk They also carry tubercu- o.,,,,r4 OF' .UIIsiTHAT.IN %.I*: know that you need sometlgnt an t ss>ilatit th i, .i
each guest received a Valentine isand typhus germs. For rto build up our strength. 1
s healthh; sake these deadly pests .. h ,rel o i ei tha ,t ,,ai tr to build up yo ur str eng th I \ th rich blood.t f1, ,, 1 (If
as favor n must be destroyed NOW! There .: "' for takes weeks, and often month,. .,,uirsig through 1..
S.. ..th olio of. frs will be hundreds more next,": ,Tv ,, a-, ,, a,,..to et over an attack, unuld, ,"hn i f., ,niT, ,,islmh ,,
prie aoenly g hoae week! Royal Guaranteed Fly' ? a !p%-i9ilif ; :s lpy some poweirfil tonic. You, v:ast D H k estrover is positive death o f. r .t. Mc oneJ de4-) 1.1 .J.i, out of order. 10ir riJill. :il tI vvry V ).ll
ity, was won by MissHelen r ph-l .ersignctv e au ra Ashtoatine .M- or.A1 ...IS V ll- l l. tlI!,
Kelly, while the consolation, a $:i. per gallon, wi. alrs i. ra, tuera i er vous system is der.an g d.
nt a n d I n r sprayer f ree. Sold and guaran- i3. t. I I l t1- L .i" iI,' .:bul' tl liClt st r> t u i.i :1
dainty handmade hand ercile. teed l" .1. (o. Suhrer and f l.. ll t 1 -,.' lit'. The irons and vitamines .r i
was captured by Mrs. rl Phil- ... r. the noh dr lacking in your blood in su tl -c-
lips. The guests were invited nrleo t a:nil' t "uantties to cay- h .t.h. T Ah-e r litr'-.te,- T 't.. "
ll '1 l1 o f j P '4 : t1 ms l a fil t l a, r 'd1 a, c el l t 1 U a u tll t li l s t 4) c 'lo CV laa t Ii t .TI "I C t A l
tocut fora Lrze a s the A man committed suicide in a I, l Oorrs(f.eea4...1. strength and energy to ve'y Yt' WIIL. FEEL, 1,;IT1T i
r C arle laerre pa the New York taxicab, and he if^ ,, .ik,-l..k p all le m and nerve i V0 bll' o o ()i ale t 1 l ia .'
lucky w inner of a crysta .l....'"" "-"n" ea .i." ",. .
der retainer itted with a p d probably the only man who ever 1 .; ,, ..- .r ,. .- .' iran,, ,' IRE-CU-MA- tiquickly vital"ies Feri iaidin;a, at li'rsrv 1I,
plru f ef.r l u o p go t away with a taxicab drive~p '" M- 01r S ;t ; I F :trlainks s h i the. gastri uices so that thiey tot' ( at .io.
The guests were then served -!-f**t- ". T ; li: in. Lathe ; ,it. eddigest your food and pass. it on dril stores.
1 ne glie.Slh "e "l l !u II'-,I',, I',, r Dril! I'rPss.1 ra'und"
with a tempting ice course, va- VOTIE1 OF srNPICIA MrETICG o|,. AnIal. 2 iar*e si.IIwers. liank!
-. -._. 'O(KlOL. N OF THE 4 PEi t '",, oIl 4i ChisstIs. Auger :
nilla ice cream and strawberries, NANIN.A .1lOK .A41 l fA.% 'let. lT I ,"'ap S.rews: I Lo.t Set, A ('hicago couple got a di- not mIlarry, r and< ti. Tl.n
") moldt"d in the shape of a heart COMPAN 1,lllH TTall.; I Set T:tps and
Smolded in the shape of a heart <,-a :. ,,:. (i..' i' t II,Ii-Ta;Its 1.4 vorce, and then became engaged suingi him for re-wi.>t sitoiii;
with individual heart shaped xo-wric-: Is niI':BY i IVPiX that a "n, th mipe tters. I Set years; I, ,hen l e ed \\' i k :l,
cakes, frosted in white with red Till.: p tFNA.N-IN IM'K AK ND R -i,,, I Is,. T s.et Pile-D i.-s ',' t, a;g a "
trimming tand red heart shaped A^^-TY i'OMPANY. a orporatotn un- U -...-. Se.i Ip'ipe i-s I oa 2 in.;. :3 S.t-'
trimminger t anl rew~ of lorida. will hi) held at .. I,- i,.s;e i l if iI fll I [e aiinit-r.
mints. the prin,'iipal place of business f d l ,'tilipers; i Lot Files: I Toiol
Comlnpanp y. in the First National Rank' tl Tonol; : I x. C';irluraitorrsl
Mrs. Oz m e r 's afternoon, :uildmnl,. in the <"ity .f F'ermianii A .',; I vri.a-ss tl{.h;arrs Iis II-
which was one of the pre-Lenten ",rihl. e l' Tiiesila\. tie 1.th day T ,et; I s W'. ,deln Illllers. t in. x 4
.\rii, .i A. i). 192,:. at three o'clock p ::" ; Lot It ip. ; 2 Iruinis K. Oil|
o affairs, \as ia perfect SUCCeSS. m.. I n.der and vote upon the qess- ,, ;, 1.s I .1. l-ot line shatI Tan,
tt aiiaiis' .,** .* tion whether Stio..n I of Article V ot li'tIn; I 1I.x. Carpenters To 2,s; I. Stationery 1 CandlCs
i especially so, if judging by the the .lharte.r of said Company shall >h l el.... a,;'l..ips. I I"l Tr; I 1' Ivitionery T y
SnumlbIr of guests who were ni(iinled -n. it so. the manner in ,l ,-l i .l .s; Ia .M.Ilr I:.:t (l'ixic.I
Ue 1 whih it -hall h.e amended. At said ota,.tr H I.,: t New- M:adalin: i; 1 I.,w
present to enjoy her hospitality. eatingg tiere will t. a prol osal t(< .., ot i in. I!ra.s. i'.
S iim said S.-'tion I 1of Artiole V of :aiI ,er..so aIl IrI. y l -in si l f r
Thev were: Mrs. Frank Up- .., l11.h r.r r .,,o as to, r(- as foillows::i:, i.. ie.l I...vlnlt oi U" I-
1"1(1.dART K'L K V. 1 ..,iiiis l hl- *s1:ilt. *f .1 I; .\h-lt' ill.ots
n church. Mrs. Louis Crunwald, s....,,t i The lusaines.s of tuii c-r- 1.,, "til. 5., .
e Mrs. I). A. Kellvy, Mis Louise operation shall i t be m nagedl and cronl-. :t it:iel l11- 2, ih dl.,y ,'f .I:inuanry. A I1
y a l'resijlfit. a Viece-Presi- .
Davis, Mrs. Charles Lasserre. ,l<.nt. Se.'rftary and a Treasurer, an&d I.ilL.A A.11ALINI.,A : M.>NiTIIi.. P
Miss Nell Davis. Mrs. J. G. Suh- :' ,,rd fDi -< nor sistn or n fno t : ..*,,.-I: ,,,on,.l.
lek tlmhan three I 0 s nor indore ltiha i five2 ...2---Pl -
e rer, Mrs. P. C. Kelly, M iss ''- i,, ',n,.ers. Tie o.l'fies of speretar, .: --..
ild Tr'asiurer may tit- held bhy the, ill i 'sr Cirrull Court. Fourth Judlelall
II Katherine Whitney. Miss Helen saine( persoi wien s4o ,provided i.y the 4,ir.ul. I Iand e'-r Niatam comt.y.
Kelly. Miss Marie Whitney, Miss s I'- Ia. .Tilt n-nillbe'r af tihe'- iirec- l'orjldla.-Ia Chencery.---ary Iml-!0
\ r i. .s shallt I, rixed ,y the Itv-Lw and ls,.Slle M FainiV Williams. Miss Ada Wil- ay ('inid roni tagiie to time' h. utillain arlderr. Defendat.--lllh\ore..
S nt ndln'tl theretof. The Directors -
e liams. Mrs. Glyndon Waas, Mrs.! siall i.. .lec.ted ;aInntiilty thy the stiock-o .. |-neidn. .
S 1oti ldrs. ;it eacih .niinual Meeting; and
,t N. B. lhorden, Miss Sadye Ryan, .,loiirs., ea,'iis shall n at electeein and- ._._.._.. William Sn.lr, esilen
of New York; Miss Reba Haile. u.illy .y I h,.. oiaraI f iinrectors frouon Inlinilwn I
tllheir numrilli Tih- iannualI meeting of '4',, iar,. riheIrely r |iaiej ird-'l to appear!
Mrs. Leroy McMurray. Mrs. F. tih.- storkholi.ers shail ibe held on the- ,, the. 2'nd da f April. A. i. 192:1. to. THE STORE O EVERTHING
d- C. Hillver, of Washingtofi, D. C.; e,-ind Tues,, i in January of each ,,. h:ill (f 'Conplaint far divorce filed THE STORE OF EVERYTHING
-, 01 -ial. ut attli late uf such annual ieet- ,,rm against you lby Mary Isalielle I
ir Mrs. Will Davis, Mrs. Harry img lmayv le hangedd from time to tiincf'.iSir. the 4'iruiit C'ourt il anl;
i lh i*-Ii- ws. 'The annual inee-tingi ..r N s.-;sau ,.,llinty. 'lori.h, iin 4lhan-
Sahlman. Mrs. Frank Davis, r ,1 it.. i:.'ard or lirect,,ors for election,, ,
Mrs. Charles Binnicker. Mrs.''ffi--rs shall l hold immediately assauCount Leader and Fe
Mh rs. Charles Binnicker, Mrs. tthmi iemg of sthle I,Iiini: It-New'is-neard is hereby desig-
a Tom )avis, Miss Leigh Over- ers. every year. Te di .... the nesaper in whih t Agents for Brunswck Phonographs and Records
at shiner,. of Hopkinsville, Ky.; ',.r a .l ie;ir ;and until tl eir su ,,sur .s .,- ., e,,i ,.o .nseuitive weeks. o
Mrs. \\V. Wod, off Jackson- nl.\ d ~1e-l.-1e-te'd anli qualified. In ,ease \Witn.ss mv h-a id -as 'Clerk and the
Mrs. oo0d, of Jackson- in- .deaih. reniov;ial or resin titin ,..t of ,aid court. it Fernandina, Nas-
ville Mrs. E. D. Phillips, Mrs. ,of any of the offers or directors. til .a, cuntv. Florida, this :list lay of
remaining directors, may supply the 'a:- .anuar. A. 192:1
't Jack Briggs, of Corydon, Ind.;l .ny thus ra.-tied until-4he next ,.le er Mrs. Frank Gorenflo, Miss Rose .LATrF1 at Pernandina. Florida. this, alcounty" Florida. l *
Mary llumphreys and Mros.l *thi pf February. A. 19 -19 2' ,STI'-'WARIT. m.
M a r ri FE IR N A N [NA I OC K A N .iI .it,:r f or 1,m l Maina nr .. -. -_
Stephen Anderson. r'tALTY coMPANY. u
Y V A-T.''-S PAVIS. i a I the iremil tll ortPoIrth Judlel l al r |
ANc its lres e' lre t. In *Md For .N*auI 1ll CollatY, '.
A-, 6-i *er.i ^rd REX THEATRE
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Friday, February 9, 1923
Moosont


NASSAI COUNTY LEAl)RD, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


Pane Thre


The Best of Groceries
allS I 00C


The housewife chooses a home
once in a lifetime-an automo-
bile once a year (mayhe)--a
new dress once a month (per-
haps)-hut she chooses GRO-
CERIES EVERY DAY. It isn't
difficult, howe- er. when ,he
trades at


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Center and Third Streets


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BAPTIST SEWING CIRCLE

The Sewing Circle of' the First
Baptist Church met with Mrs.
Sauls Tuesday afternoon. While
it was a very merry crowd that
plird the needle so faithfully,
there was an unmistakable tinge
of sadness at the thought ,4f it
being the last meeting at which
the much loved ex-president,
Mrs. Franze, would be one of the
number, and as a means of niak-
ing it impossible for her ever to
forget us, as we know she will
A:ever cease to sew. she wa;s pre-
srnted with a beautiful thimble
on which the word "Daisy." was
engraved. And that swcctly
-s. eping she may dream of us,
she was presented with a tlau-
tifill pair of pillow cases.
The following ladies wvrv int
attendance: Mesdames Rhodebs
(ray. Swearingen, Purvis. Buln-
ker. Cubberly. Franze. Polhill,
Goldstein. Adams. Binnicker,
Muller. Simmons. Roux, Tyler
N. Miller. Ihailo, Hughv'. Duncein,
P* oring, Sauls. Chas. Binnickewr
Miss Cleo Allison and Baby Bin-
++* nicker. Mrs. Birk was a pleas-
m :,nt visitor, and donated $5.00
S,11 the building fund.
X Most delicious refreshments
Sweire served: consisting of homer'
Y made cake, strawberries and
Cream. all the products of the
+ ha'stless. The following originalI
Sver'ets % were writ ten by Men-
dames Muller and Miller and
read ;it the close of tlhe mettilng.
\Ve are all so very sorry
That we don't know what to
1.1 1


l etallise we're losing
METHODIST EPISCOPAL YOUR TOWN Mr. Franze anld 'youil.
CHURCH, SOUTH l'ishing youd stay with t.
A traveling man talking the Senems to be in vain.
Corner Broome and Sixth Sts. other day about two towns, But Fertnandina's loss
W. G. Strickland, Pastor. which he visits frequently, said: ill He Lakeland s gain.
1hirectory of Services. "Both are splendid towns," e hope you'll be contented.
lie said. "hut there is this dif-! A gain lots of wealtli.
SLNDAY. ference. In Blankville every-! lhlut ab)ove all else,
Sunday school, 10 a. m. hody speaks well of everybody' May you have good health.
Divine worship, 11 a. m. else, while in Dashburg nobody Iut st're they'll li be coming back,
Evening service, 7:30. speaks well of anybody else." Now isn't that good news'
lpworthl League, 7 p. m. His statement* was over- '" Fria:dina:t< s:ind, you know.
Mondayy Young Women's drawn. of course, but there was Is already n their shoes.
Mis11ionary Society, 4 p. m. probably just enough found Mrs. Purvis, Circle Reporter.
,T'uesday-Woman's Mission- tion in fact to give it force. I
a ry Society, 3:30 p. m. Y,4i know towns that remind France may be right, after all.
juniorr League. 3:30 p. m. you of Blankville and Dashhurg. Senator Borah says she is
Wednesday- Mid-week pray-'What sort of town do you live wrong.
a* meeting, 7:30. in? What are you doing to -
Good music, Christian fellow- make it that way? LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
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All heartily invited. Almost time for the Georgia t'h- --i- -ei'ai t c.urt.'Irl- .
peach crop to get its first kill-* .Inada .o cou.n ..um
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xT How Is Your Car's

Electrical Equipment?

lPerhaps you don't know.
+ But perhaps your battery may run down
S q1uicikly right after you have it charged.
SOr .our generator may grind-
yOr you might be burning out one costly lamp
after another because of tim bright lights-
Or one light may ktep going on and off-
Or your motor ma.\ bt .-kipping and missing
in spite of new plug after new plug.
If so, then the wiring and relative electrical
part of your car should be looked over.
Drive in some time when you are near here.
II '900 ka


The Fi*rst. National Man*)
oft Peruaaaihua. sa bamnkinu
coriboratlfluin oranimeud a=,,
exi~.ting ~under the lawn cofj
thtUni&ted S5sites iaf Amnerl- )
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mo~ .r&.at IiIlw- tirolwrty Iin-) ,'rule 1.-
%olved Ili this suit. (thep PJt.i I
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deads,.all 4 desa""., Vift.Nda.
birth. .1 I '1.*aa etcea.t-s
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Noted scientist states that a
new species of roach is spread-
ing all over this country. They
carry germs and spread disease'
on everything they touch! Stop
this menace to health now. Get
Royal Guaranteed Roach Pow-
der Today, for health's sake! 10c
& 25c. Sold and guaranteed by
J. Geo. Suhrer and E. F. Franze.
ST. PETER'S CHURCH
J. W. Blcker, Rector.
Quinquagesima, or the Next
Sunday before Lent.
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon,
11 o'clock. Subject: "The
Place of God's Rest."
Evening prayer and sermon,
7:30 o'clock. Subject: "Lift-
ing Up the Soul Unto God."
Monday, 8 p. m.. vestry meet-
ing at the rectory.
Tuesday, 3:30, p. m., St. Mar-
garet's Guild at the home of Mrs.
D. H. Ground.
Ash Wednesday. 10 a. m.,
Litany. Penetential Office, Holy
Communion and address.
Ash Wednesday. 7:30 p. m..
Litany and Plenetential Office.
Thursday. 10 a. m.. Holy Com-
munion.
Friday, 3:3:0, p. m., St. Peter's
Parish Guild.
Friday, 7:30 p. m., Litany.
Penitential Office and( address.


You may not believe it, but They Appeal to Our Sympathies
there are men in this country
who. when they were boys. used he hilious and dyspeptic are
to walk four and five miles to
sclol, every day. e!-onstatit .utffervrs and appeal to
0 1ot1r .synIIIathli. Malny such,
The strangest thing about ho~ ever, have been completely
modern dance music i that it is restored to health by the use of
call'id music. Chamberlain's Tablets. These
.- tablets strength hen t he stomach,
"(GovCernr Smith ('inies Out itnviorate the liver and im-
For Beer," says a he.alline. Did plove the digestion. They also
ht d it 1? Cause a gentle moven\nient of the
Sbowels. When you have any
('h:mber!ain'a Tablets For In- trouble with your s stomach, give
digestion and Conslipationil. them a trial.


"'[h iiices aiIud It :a ftatest.
nh'. iin4 havc u 'sed I''r iltuifi-
ges4tiol andI cutu.1 ijat ion is
(5haarnherla11I i's ''F wl %rites
Melard I". Craig. 2ddlc Gh (rove,
N. Y. rhc v votwl like a charm
anld do not gi1w'q.'Iu leave .111N
un1pleaZSMA t1 e*1'V(1


PURITAN LASORATORII$
DEPT. 250 NAHVILLE, VEMv


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City Taxes Due


The City Taxes of 1922 are due

and payable to the Tax Collector, at

his office, City Bldg., 2nd and Ash Sts.

Prompt payment is requested.


J. FRED LOHMAN, Collector


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AT THE KEYSTONE

W. M. Simpson, Augu,-ta. Ga.;
L. S. Jeffards, Augusta. Ga.; R.
M. Limthicum, Baltimore; C. D.
Campbell, R. A. Palmer, H. J.
Hanberry. Louis J. Bowler,
Jacksonville; S. A. B r y a n,'
Starke; William Eich and wife, i
Tampa; Arostos Stone, Kansas
City, Mo.; H. Ives, P. E. Finlay,
Jacksonville; Clarance Cub-
bedge. Orlando; C. B. Ellis, At-
lanta, Ga.; Miss Mildred 0'-
Haver, Savannah. Mrs. Carl
Oltrogge, J. Lannahan. Thomas
J. McMeekef and wife, Mrs. S. C.
Till, M. E. Silvertrust, M. Gal-
kin, Jacksonville; M. W. Flem-
ing, Brunswick, Ga.; E. F. Fitch,
Jacksonville; R. C. Hawkins. Al-
bany; H. 0. Keener, Atlantic
City, N. J.; F. L. Thornto, Mas-
ter Jack Thornton, H. L. Ander-
son, Jacksonville; Dr. Henry S.
Bystra, Dunnellon; E. A. Austin
Jacksonville; F. F. Marsh. Jack-
sonville; D. V. Cheney, Maxev
Grunthal, Wally Grunthal, Jack-
sonville; M. C. Relf, Atlanta.
Ga.; F. R. Rodgers, Charleston.
S. C.; J. D. Hopkins. Macon, Ga.;
C. A. Pursell, Jacksonville; P. B.
Guthe, Green Cove Springs; F.
C. Smillie, Cincinnatti, Ohio; H.
LeCompte, Ashville, N. C.; F. J.
Davenport, A. E. Merrick, A.
W. Dryden. Jacksonville: Dew-
ey, Detroit: N. E. Simpson. At-
lanta; J. H. Hlume, Memphis,
Tenn.; C. E. Segrest. Atlanta,
Ga.; J. L. Briggs. J. J. Beatty.
A. M. Taylor, St. Augustine; L.;
N. Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. Krog-'
er, W. G. Cooper, F. B. Schuyler,
Jacksonville; J. L. Winter, Wal-
do; M. W. Almond. Atlanta;
E. P. Aiken. Atlanta; L.. R.
Evans, Jacksonville: W. D.
Simpson, Tampa; R. L. Stof-
fregen, Fredericksburg. Va.; W.
Henderson, Boston; John M. De-
Saussure. Atlanta, Ga.: Geo. A.
Carlson, Jacksonville; R. K.
Thompson New York; J. A.
R y a n, Cincinnatti ; Parker
Hamilton. Jacksonville.

Spreading All Over Country


FE.RNANDINA. FIA.


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'PAP.Few


NASSAU VAfTV~T7~lY LEADER.FtIERNANDINA, FLORIDA


Friday, Fehrnari- 1.92*:1


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Children Cry for Fetchers


The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has b
In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature
on the wrapper all these ye
just to protect the comi
generations. Do not be deceive
AllCounterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are
Ixperlments that trifle with and endanger the health
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Ever attempt to relieve your baby wi
remedy that you would use for your

What is CASTORIA
*astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parego
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contn
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance.
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulei
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness ari
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, a
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sl
The Children's Comfort-The Mother's Friend.

GENUINE CASTOR IA ALWJ

4 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Yeari
-The Kind You Have Always Bought
TH-K ciksTAUM COMPANY. Ma, voRet cCITY.


Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Aids Nature.


FIRST IlAPTIST CH


TRIBUTE TO MR. AND
MRS. E. F. FRANZE
-I
It is with mingled feelings of
sadness, and pleasure that we
add these few remarks to what
;has been said of the justly de-
serving family of Brother and
Sister Franze.
First, sadness in that our hap-
'py associations are to be sever-
ed, and pleasure in being able to
een echo the many kind words
Dof spoken of them.
IM We are sorry our church fam-
n1g ily is to be broken; we are loothe
ved. tI, lose these faithful ones; we
but hail miss them from every
of phase of our work, and most es-
pecially, will we miss the kind
loving relationship of our for-
th a mer president. We appreciated
self. her wise leadership and happy
personality, which spared us on
to greater undertakings, and

Nric hopwe that her Luntiring energy
awi will be ain incentive to us to in-
Its crease our efforts, that she may
ho oll her first visit back to us
ncy 'worship with each of us in the
sing finished church, for which her
ids heart has been burdened, and
eep. for which she has worked and
pIrayed.
It is with reluctance and re-
AYS fret that we come to this part-
ing of the ways. We pray that
(Cod will abundantly bless them
with health, prosperity and a:
long life of service to Him
wherever their lot be cast.
L.et us give them their flowers,
today, while they can inhale the
sweet fragrance of our good
s wishes and appreciation as they
.journey along, and can take the!
hirighit colors of the roses of our
g love to cheer and warm their
!le' hiome.
I am sure that not only the
Blaptist work here, but the whole;
IlIRCH town unite \\ith us in wishing
this family God seed


.... ..r. \..u-:-%.i'l r
'or. Alachua and Fifth Sts. Julia L. Muller. to
Sl. o l art corlially invited to -
Medicines that aid nature are ,t te. ald il lit .ser"ice.S of the A Judicious Inquiryl k
always most effectual. Cham- ji;ptist church. "Conme thou f
berlin's Co('gh Rtemedy acts on with us anil w.e % ill do tihee A well known traveling manl r
this plan. It allays the cough, .o'd. lildle s chol Sunday who visits thethrug trade, says b
relieves the lungs, aids expec- morning. 9:13, Mr. J. 1). Ogilvie. hlie has often heard druggists
relieves lungsupt.ids p- aching service at 11 ask a customer, who wished to h
toration. open: the secretions a. m. andt 7 :: p. m., Rev. J. N. buy a cough medicine, whether
and aids nature in restoring the Ford. pastor. Mid week prayer it was for a child or an adult and
system to a healthy condition. service Wednesday. 7:;30 p. m. if for a child, they almost invari-
Thousands have testified to its B. Y. I. V. Monday, 7:30 p. m. ably recommended Chamber- c
good qualities. Try it when you Intermediale B. Y. P. U. Sun- lain's Cough Remedy. The rea-i 1
have a cough or cold. day, 6:30 p. m. Sunbeams, Sun- son for this is that they know t
day. 3:10 p. m.. Mrs. Anderson, there is no danger from it and '
The man with a trunk full of leader. WV. M. S. Monday after that it always cures. There is
Confederate dollars is more for- 1st Sundahy. 4:00 p. m., Mrs. J. J. not the least danger in giving it
tunate than the man with a Rhlodes, pres. Missionary cir- :1ld for colds, croup and whoop-
trunk full (f iGermnn iimarks, for A:Vls mit'1'1 on Monday after il;i t)-tlgh &t in uimsurpa.siei.
he doesn't epect1 to get anv- ;;'d Sunday at 4:0 p. m I. Lad-
thing for it. s' Sewing Circle Tuesday .::0 HILLIARD NOTES
ni..I., Mrs. Sauls, press. ,
At the Goodwin residence.
6 I"ST PRESBYTERIAN west of Iilliard was held last
L. tRUNWALD CHURCII Sunday one of a series of servi- "
Optometrist and Mater CURces by Rev. C. Benham. Seven
Opt n i miles were represented. A
pt ician0 i"gene Daniel, Minister. herty .service was enjoyed, and
ACIETrAlT.LS roRREV TIE) ., ILUNDAY. : a community lunch brought all
S Sabboth School, 9:45 a. m. into a closer touch as they dis-
Public Worship, 11 a. m. coursed on the event of the day.
Evening service, 8:00 p. m. On March 1st Sunday the
S'Christian Endeaver, 7:15 p. m. next service will be held at the
Scra WEDNESDAY. (Coodwin residence. All are in-
N O Prayer-Service *and Lecture, cited 1t conime. Bring lunch.
80r # St eict-1. :at I I a. m., barring rain.;
SU Paul Theis has just completed!
E i:a If.or'iohf a b 'ier Ifor his baby chicks ion
quickly hea e for a sanitary plan. The system of
S int.ist s state that bed bugs ventilation.is unique, as well as
a:. I t'.' lfor food and carri'y 1s thlt' nlttlod of heating the,
iltilly\ gl'!Us Il'rom mice to meil. sanle.
Tht.t- inject the germs when l'eter ( ilner received a tele-
66 6 6 ,h\ iitv Think of the chances aim announling the death of
S6 0 take! Wipe them out to- his aged father in New York
i a rerition for Colds ;' You can do it easily and last Friday. Mr. Gilner was
Sra as t ik lfy with R oval ll ar:anteed oinc, a citi.e Fetr and LaGrippe. It's theink1 if'l g liquid. 25c. Sold and ship, andi respected by all who
most speedy remedy we know, *n;.rateicd b, J. (Co. SiIhrvr knw" him.
preventing Pnumona. :ti .l. F. IFranz. taii. hlyow welcome at this
timle. as it will hasten the grow-
Alth oft fhe grass onl the recently
llirlned-over ranges!.
tos t01. Ir.h' Gregory officiated,
ICI** T n il the Prt-sbyterian church last
Sunday afternoon and evening.
m T s eThe people of Hilliard en
S'route to Jacksonville welcome
"Wh I feel stupid. get constipated, ur bilious, J take a good dose or i the few rods of hard-surfaced
two of Black-Draughtand it sets me srt." writes Mr. (eorge B. road on the Dixie highway--a
Haislep, ot. D. 2. Columbia, S. C It cleanses the liver and I eel sort f -surprise as they enter
a right, and have not used any other me.licine as I do not see the need Callahan. But, oh! that de-
Itour heading through Dyal by
of it. I am a guard at the State ietor.>atory, and have beers for three the old road.
or more years. When I first heard uo f Lela May Willis, who has.

Seen so dangerously ill of den-
BLACK DRAUGgue for a long time, is slowly

BLACKDR AUGHT The mills of the Wade Bros.

Liver Medicine Iand T. ('. Davit are doing excel-
S*lent 'w rk at present and fur-
and the good medicine it was, I had been having a tired feeling when nish C em yment to many la-
i'd get up in the morning. I would be stiff and sore, and had a slimy, M
bad taste in my my%:h, but didn't think so much ol it fill I began to feel Demands Immediate Action
stupid and didn't feel like eating- iihen I knew I needed medicine. It
was then I began Black-Diaught. and I felt an made over, ready for any The startling way rats are
kind of work, ready to eat and sleep. So. for any return of this trouble, spreading demands immediate
I take Black-Draught, and for 25 years it has bees my medicine, and I actionCE. They armust be wiped out
wouldn't be thoutitat al. My rk s constant. I am on my eet a nenance to your health Des-
lot. I am out of doors, and fish air and Black-Draught are all the troy them. Exterminate them.
medicines I need. I recommend it to other for I know it is good." Use Royal Guaranteed Rat
d e I^ ien _.A^..i h k s Paste. Greatest rat destroyer


Desert



Gold

BYt
ZANE GREYt

Akuth"r of Riders






~ ~vxttby Hiarper & Brothers..


SYNOPSIS

PIWI-OtbliE T-Statliiis gold Its the des-.
ort. c, a farroit. suilliary prospector.
f;,4uisAe artmarshiii WIth an uiakiown
UIA11 vttulee 1e0 late&-icriee l11,4 1JOWLeS War-
reii. fa~itie of a Kirl whoits Ct'aussoft
V4 -i~2 jjtj. uutI itur izA,:rriec1. ba.k in Ilifl-

rskilli :eUge (11eni* a sanmieorits in a
*%~e 2'ak~lut.i2 discia,,en gvld. but too
i~eIs. Me~t& u~atei u13 Ag. t'aulstroaa leaves
*.d in t.l- uis- t.i ofcuttheir discovery
of g,.d AApersouniaidoeauluaentio.

tuez. In i'asita. Mexican bordero town.
Meet* &iec)?a Th, itii e. leutenant In the
Nn .&%airy. old co'hjjge friend. Thorne
te'.! t~iliA heo eI* tere to Save Meesd~ee
(Ca;i .. I& $SP-f1t24h girl, his amfanced
wife, tiomr Rolas. Mt.Jdiun bandit.

Ro!RS ai.. his SAIag. Withth (e help of
&% kwjer;,alacowb.'ys. and he, M~ercede"
&id rtau, ae e*A..4je. A bugle Call from
the r(.arit ordrris A orne to his re~giment.
]He lru %tendem tiunder tdale'spro-

t'ii %TEtt All.- The pair aided by the
d0A 'ePiAtiu Led .1dalsted GualeIn the
# t~e.-lrile Iacid aaad Jim Lash, ajt-
five in2 afelyytit a ratch kfluwj as Pro-
Iorzi RaFtu. well acri-sa the buider.
CHA) 'ETIV--i' The fugitives are at
Tj.z..tlidliimg'M hume. BadeditlngIs Immia-
LIram liv-electur. l.i~ ing with him am's,
to % Aii. a ttep-laughter. Nall Burton.
Cale %nrai La1d and Lash, take service
W111 K tflieg as raligers. G(lae telling
Belidll.k I',.-' ause of hlaidbeing a wanderer.
a fn v~i-'hrs!ndlnx with his father con-
Cer'mr1t11C ',! 4-.14 ne tioalness abilities.


'ii Iii.-IR. V. .MrI -tvcde Kate wOd to
h o h a S renti.. nl:furnig them of lis
hi.:!.. ',.un. N'ellVpersonallty. and her
hIn:-=.", attrat Cnl*
('I AiKtt Vl.-Hi.ltig the range. Oale
rallb iii with a pjarly of three Mealcara
raid- fa enrlalIJeId at a water hole.
VWat. hilg hi. *ipportuztity to oust them,
he ei-,s iwo ntdlans tide into the camp.
nke it them, a Yatpl. ia evidently badly
lron.ieed. and the MA\ixloans seek to kill
m ;n I a riuel way. Dick drives them
iff. ,iveyiig l the wounded Taqul to
Belding's IaTi-li
CHAPTER VII.-The Indian Is taken
In. cared for and roenains In Belding's
ervicek.. tecming Di k's ardent admirer
Gale'a admiration for Nell lacreases, and
ie belle es ihe is not averse to his atten-
lonb. Belding's h,,rfes. thoroughbreds.
h*e pride of his lltf. after his wife and
tepdaulhter, are run off by Mexicans.
CHIAPTI't Vlll.-Iale. with Ladd. Lash
&ad the Yaqul. ptil-ue the raiding party
va.-o: (lthe desert. finally cornertng them.
live of the slx thieves are killed and th-
arty of whites with the recovered
iorsps. retirne to the ranch li triumBl.
CHAI'TCR IX.-Gale scures from Mrs.
Balding %l at t he f-el, is reluctant prr-
missil n to allow hin to seek Nell for a
wife. Hie rI.-igia |itou ..rt.hlip with energy.
confident that he an win her.


CHAPTER X.-Not getting- word from
Thorne nh.ese peri-.i of army servle-e has
eXlreil. M*rilf.es ik,,es heat't. .eil. al-
thoughl ftorldd'.n. r-,d-s to )'a*lta to seek
Infornmatifn of hMmi She finds he il a
prloiei r"( Holas. anId s instru nercntal In
eff.-t. ta h1is ape. brIllgng him t,' Mer-
cede#, .at .-lding's ranch. Thorne and
Me-r>edr. are vaitrl#d Rojas. with a
slarmt f.,r..e of .t.idtr. appearl at Bel-
dlnt's :,iet dlid'"i,,..lm Metcede be sur-
rernd,-re.i tn him l- ieuriig their ability
to PtaRnd off h he baiIts, it Is arranged
that i- three ruvixt-rs. with the Yaqul
as ag aCtropS It i dI-'e-rt t i' mi.a. where she will
be In :it'e2 "'!i e l-a,v I ,t5 OUt
('H P1'T't Xi.--T!,.y find the way to
Yuma i.l.iked Lv.their eneniles and are
forced it. Inhlu I- th- lava beda RFojae.
with toll men ..v-mitake them. but the
Yaqui. fam"iiili itth tt.e country, Isaon-
fJent tMey cail beat hlim off


'HAI'P'TE XII T1i.- rangers find a
lag', of scafetv for Mer, edes and the
ftht tentca Three of the whites. Ladd.,
.s(sh .i.., Thurne are badly wounded.
ritit ktla thoulh ahs .e suit-ela In finding
Merned-s" Iliing lpeh.. ai killed by the
Yaqul the remalil.e-r of the Mexleans

HAP'TlIR XIII. Forlorn River ItoIn-
vaded by white iiilr ers and prospectors.
driven from MW-i-o.o Prominent among
these are Ben Chace alnd his son Radford.
The latter at unie nl' il.e himself obnen-
lou to Nell
(eHAPTKR XIV.-While Mercedel de-
fenders are In ith desert Dick' parents.
with his laSter Lile. come to Porlorn
River at lking knowledge of him Beldlng
teller them the reason for his ab eaoc
and how he has "made good."
CIiAPTER XV Add being unable on
a count of hi, wound, to travel. the little
band makes arrangements for a long
.:ay in the desert. The hot Iummelr so
upon lcn
CHAP4T:IR XVI.-DespIte prtvatonas,
the party comes safely through the it
'aell. Ladd recovering hib strength. The
arrival of rain makes ft posItble for them
to begin the* journey ose.
CHAPTER XVII -Beldtag's feud with
the Ctases la inesaed iby their atletm
In destroying a sprng on his Property.
they Clai&mln the act to hlve bem an
accident. Radford makes Nell ana offer
Of msrrilae. which Beldlng contemptuous-
ly retures. The elder Chase asserts be
knew Mrs Beldig as a girl when her
name aas Burton. end I familiar wKt '
er hlsitory. He declared Nell ber I Os e -
tviale daughter The sboottng natuamy
following Sceh an incident In the Wl- e
prevented by te arrival shoe o t *
ralies
CHAPTFT- X VIII. .e:,- rraT r,,. RBel-
dtn of *' -it e's f,';l a.e (in ,nl Rad-
fr"l's ,..2" ; ,: It his flua "e. LDick '"sees
rl-d" li :,-I. -eirt' r-,, ,.:,m:h 'ihe v-,1:nier
<'hae i an AmanDer kini rehielillaitred in
larlorn fH:vcr
HAYTER' XIX -The Yaqi:t ta*c,!. [lchk
up tt'o mountain rar le aljolntng rterlorn-
K ,er xr, ilhr-,A 1-119 tthr .sLjdI..",f ,(.e
stretlal, frOICI ItI he.t 0,te e! -ttjpl..ft tcak
. rn in.si orli a ira'. eit.< it i oreksI
| it > i *" i. a ^e L ., k lHnds poaleve
eidIn.Ce of ti'- 1 .r.- <-o. of 4,ld. also the
dot-ument left lll ananv ventra before by
the unfortf.iate Pi, ls t,-1is intruducled
n the plnlokgue ,ile of tile Apers records
'.he norrase cf r'Ibert BR'rton and Nel-
lie Wanren. Burton. tf course, heing the
p:npe.t ir krnojwn at the beltInnntrg of the
uarrt.ve a "Cassiroi Tu e ill of the
nI, Den Ie-aesa tle I*jali, halt to tlse
flader a:.d ,i4ifr tr. Nell BIrtu, digqhter
and grarnddauclhter. rerE- tl-.e-'.-. of the
nrobe2--tors Nell' legti.,I y Is thmL a*
blihed ar.d he ftur-e in.,e saj.
IHAPI'IR XX Thee YiU.ui." haviln


Die'k put a quieting hand ton tlip
horse. Lash caml ok-e f-.ty ir. ,t
to jouliahis euiipaulu~li. Thet' Iwq, tlas-
irsterjeI andi watci-ole. 0
P reern ItI vLas~h Ient toojiltr, r-a
and Luadd situsrt'st alit-nil. The pa-w
rei' sqviwt* lamwt'ver. % :ti-'ee-dius
,4lewitr. lnoteupw'ng tooea alelrsil
I fist Ie'ie tioe- tissiI*r -lbut jertiuittivix
I1aM it. (.1141r4,11 "XP1'*-l tA to %e. tilet- ee,if-
taill Igj illel'. kt 2fii- f-1141limt : i mit ~.i
thias tweirkueleltli.' :i is!,i i~~cm.:2'
tho, to # rs~t-. fo~l 14 -xi-iI I .te a'.~ t ;
that put I 41t' 1eli-.4t wst 1 -.ilk


14l111 -.. 'Ilt-eV. life' v retinvil 2l.it ii w ,
I]Stt'iel t e~eittlf- 11111M O n %titi hug i-1-%n 2

uhf eel'tm lice fit-l. l.*it ii'.t'iI :2

p-az'eei. (;Aa t- lma rkt'el that i lit i~ 2:
hindlbet I f Izmimizeli' l-t ~rielie'eI wilel --metu.
ImMs'4 etl IA n lli%% tiwaee-2.. I-e lOw'rktit
fil uwadter [ieht' dgt- s- aiiias eli-ttfl'

tmew iuniieoriaa. 1wtheIl.611jtlait), Iee. lesek'
%%'hll-uit-Ia' wa. jvrrlly4 'it Iltee-i,. aillvi-q
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Friday, February 9, 1923


NASSAU COUNTY aMOMRPERNANDINA, FLORmnA


PWO rIke


"The BMg SorleWt ite Prim"~"
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THE
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IN DON'T


BTENTIO


Now Is
Your
Needs


FORGET
PLACE


Winter


at


.- *.. A A.A<^.-.


purchased


hr,


the


stock


of Gent's Furnishings of Mr.


Charles


will put same on sale


urday,


10th


continue sale for 10 days, and everything in our Men's depart-


1 be* on sale at reduced prices.


This is as nice a stock as ever was


consisting of Ciuett Peabody, Wilson Brothers, and well known


turers.


n's Shirts


Shirts $ .89


Shirts
Shirts
Shirts
Shirts
Shirts
Shirts
Shirts


.23


1.49
1.98
2.49
2.98
3.23
3.98


s Neckwear


Ties $ .39


Ties
Ties
Ties
Ties


.49
.75
1.00
1.50


20
Per Cent Discount on Men's Hats

10
Per Cent Discount on Men's Shoes
- -- --
10
Per Cent Discount on Men's Pants

20
Per Cent Discount on Boy's Suits


20


Per Ct. Dis. on Men's


Arrow


Collars, this sale


Sweaters


. 15c


Van Heusen Collars,this sale 40c
All goods not mentioned on this circular in the
Men's Department 10 Per Cent Discount


IAL FOR LADIES AND


Men's Handkerchiefs


20c
lOc
08c


T9


1.


and


N,


MEN!


25c
15c
l0c


H'dk'fs
H'dk'fs
H'dk'fs


Men's Hose


$ .25
.50
.75
1.00
1.25

B, V, D.
B. V. D.
$2.00
2.50
117500
.A5


Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
UNION
SUITS 4
SHIRTS and
DRAWERS
MEN'S
PAJAMAS


20c
40c
59c
75c
98c

$1.35
.65
1.49


MEN'SNIGHT
SHIRTS 1.49


UNDER-
WEAR
UNDER-
WEAR


.89
.65


CHILDREN---All Winter


ale



DON'T FORGET
THE PLACE
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Your Chance to Supply


Reduced


Summer
Prices-


February


It will pay you to come to this sale and buy your Winter or Summer needs.


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ag Si ___ NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA

Mr. Raymond Wolff spent the Among those who motored
week-end in town with his pa-: from Jacksonville Thursday for
.. rents. Mr. and Mrs. George E. dinnwr at the Keystone were:
._ M "e a-t Wolff. Mr. ad Mrs. M. Hirsh. of Jack-
--- T 3.ro- !sonville, and Miss R. Berger. of
The "Luxrites" Hair Nets, all Ne" ,ork.
colors, single med.h, 10c, and, *
double mesh, 15e. or 2 for 25c at The ladies of St. Michael's
T h e V ast R sources Mtilarkey's. Senvlig Circle wish to announce
That they will sell salads every
S T h A iTe many friends of MrFprijday at four p. m. alHorsey's
T hat A re Behind Y ou Frank Surrency are glad to see Drti Store, beginning on Feb.
him out again after a recent at- 16th Your patronage solicited.
T HE strength of each 'Member Bank of tack of influenza., *
tl h F 'i n d IMl t-..-.. ;_.,_ -. ;.... ,.i; 1 I .. -. .A J S. 't I 11 Al .I


As-- l eraii teserve system i s prac ti-
cally the combined strength of the entire
system.
If there were no other reason, this alone
would be a sufficient reason why you should
entrust your banking business to this
institution.
4 Per Cent Interest Paid On
Savings Accounts.
Deposits made by the 10th of t he month
draw interest for the full month.



FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FERNANDINA
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
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e yri i (-'n s 01 IIllln r j l. t1A -
Send your dyeing and clean-a, aM.re glad to see back from a,
ing to Rogers & Jones, 611 Main ,trI ti, Texas. The sheriff is
St.. Jacksonville, Fla. We pre-i looking well from his vacation
pay parcel postage on returning. Iand states that he enjoyed his
]trip immensely.
Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Sears, oft *
Jacksonville, spent Sunday ina 31, George Myers. Mr. and
town, the guest of Dr. J. R-MIrs. C. Myers and Miss Elaine
.Lynn. Myers. of Boston, Mass., are
spending some time at the Key-
See our line of Overcoats and stone before continuing their
Suits. We handle a reliable line m r,, trip to Miami.
of clothing g and invite your in-
spectd ion of them at Mularkeys. 31r. Julia A. Stocker. of
i' an M. .. A. L Bardstown, Ky.. who has been
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Logan is itewinterhin raseia,
and Miss Grace Logan, of Jack- g t of Mrs. A. D. Simon. en
sonville, spent Friday in Fernan- et of Mrs. A. D. Simon en
dina. u of Mrs. A. 1). Simon en
_. 4 .... 'rout 1tohe r home.


,, \_We have a few Ladie's Coat rt r
Suits and Wool Dresses to be (hlonel Joseph Y. Porter, l,
f closedd out at Ibargain prices at Key West, accompanied by his
LOCAL AND PERSONAL e MIA'IKEvs. g la sptcrs Mi Minnie
A* Peoiter lHarit s. spent last ith' 'rs-
G. C. Miller has been spending dCa in town, the guests of Mrs.
Valentines at Horsey's Drug Baby carriage for sale. For the past week at Tampa, Tar- J.- I. H-orse
Store. terms apply to Mrs. Morris pon Springs and other points in
Fisher South Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Gause
How about that fried or roast : : and Miss Mildred Gause spent u
chicken? Flacks, Phone 87. New slip-,,ver sweaters are FOR SALE-F o u r )urner Wednesday and Thursday in I
now on exhiliiion atI MoLAR- Florence oil range with baker. Fernandina en route from St. v
Mr. Jeff )avis, Jr., of Jack- KEYS. Also parlor heater and half-ton Petersburg to their home in (
sonville, spent the week-end in of coal. Apply at Flacks' Cigar Southport. Whily here they
town with his parents. William Russell and Thos. GC. Store, were guests at the Keystone.
w ::h P Hall motored to C(allthan on *
New Lot of Mattresses just Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones, and1 Mrs. T. (. Ozmer had as her
received. W. J. Lhman. son, I. E. Jones, of Callahan, guests on Sunday, her brother- ,
Satisfy your sweet tooth at spent Wednesday in the city, in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. C
Flacks. I'hlnne 87. Assorted Mrs. Jones having come over to W. W. Wood, and niece, Mrs.
Mr. John DeSauspure, of At- Candies. have some dental work executed. Lomax Clark. of East Orange,
lanta, Ga., spent Tuesday in N.J.. who was tMiss Maxwell 0
Fenandina on business. Mrs. H. W. Anderson and lit- If you are hard to fit in rea- McGiffin. h
tle son have returned from a dy nlade clf-thes, remember wei *
Ice cream delivered promptly, visit to relatives at Starke. make clothes to measure and' We have a moist complete line
Flacks, Phone 87. z guarantee a fit and satisfaction of holiday Handkerchiefs for
FOR SALE- Ford Truck andi at Mularkey's. Ladies and Gentlemen, most of
Mr. Leland Burpee spent Wed- trailer. $65.00 takes the two. them in boxes, which makes
nesday and Thursday in Fer- w. J. LOHMAN. Mr. Fields, Miss Ana Ireland them a most attractive holiday
nandnna on business. and Mr. W. A. Mortimer motor- gift, now being offered at very
ed from Callahan Sunday after-, low prices at MULARKEYS.
J. B. Haddock and family i- noon, rturing home that even- *
4 Fresh country eggs always ited relatives at essie and Cal- noon, rt. Mr. (arHiurlyr. anduing home that even-
on hand. Flacks, Phone 87. lahan on unda. g. Mr. lareHillyer and son.
Whitfield Hillyer, of Chicago,
Wm. Striever motored from FOR SALE-Household fur P I'ie wood, $2.00 per load; Ill., spent Wednesday in Fernan-
W. Siever motored from FOre- -dining table an-Houehold chaiur- Oak, $2.25 per load: Oak and dina. with his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Jake nville and spent Sunday nitur dining table and chairs1 Pine mixed. $2.10. Eleventh F. C. Hillyer, at the home of her
...bed room suit. etc. Miss Wil-_:"
evening in Fernandina. Hams. cor. Ninth and Ash i-... W, Yard. Phone parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ken-
Complete line of Crockery. 251-. nr, Sr.
Agateware and Dishes. W. .1. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Livings-SALE Water fron
.ohman,. ton spent Sunday with the form-
S* ers mother in Jacksonville. I comjpanied by Mrs. Allan Mur- land 50x225. leading Irom street
Mr. Earl D. Phillips spent the phy, motored to Jacksonville with shrimp canning and pack-
weekend in town ith his fami- OR RENT-Upper flat ofWednesday, returning that ev- ing plant thereon. All neces-
week-end in town ith his fmi- F REN-Upper flat of sary machinery, uinldi-ig2lx-5.
ly. our rooms. kitchen, bath andi ng ply to .1. hi. hALLi. Fei an-.
hall. Apply at F lacks' CigarApy to.... IIA Feran-
Iron leds in all t latest de- Stor Apply at Flacks' ig'ANTED-Man with car to lin. a.
signs at prices that will inter- i sell guaranteed Cord tires. Will .
eit g u W. J Lohman. l W.fld rf Hltin arrange salary and expense with Miss Anne Sherlock. of ( in-
eat W.. t. riahtl man. (CORD-O-VAN RUB- -.in;tti, Ohio. is the guest ofq
Mr. F spent the week-end here with M Bhis ('COMI'ANY, 166 Woi hr lbrother-in-law and sit.
Mr. E. F. Fitch, of Jackson- family. <'l ,MdANY. 1(, Wl h.. *lbtler-in-law and sister.
ville, spent Monday here on -Jackson. I;lvd., Chicago, IIl. Mr. anid Mrs. Andrew (Carnegie,
r on Seconld. at Stafford Pllace, ('nm-
lUness. .1lis. l.ceived-AA new lot of 1rs. U M. Martin, accompa- lerland Island. fr ill extel'd-
Spa linls and paint lints. Inspect ,el
Try our lint. of fine hand-.ml line l fore Voli[ uv e tse-ild I,' Mrs. Noble, Mrs. A. D.,et isit.
made cigars--C. 11. S. and G.& lh.re. W. J. Lohman. .I'n<".n and Mrs. Jack Blriggs,! I ,
'r. FL ACKS Phone 87. formed a congenial party motor- Mr. John lold lh i of O'a.
li"l SAIE-For' etit-down ing 11 to Jacksonville last Mo1day. spent the past week-end in Ftr-
F SALE-Ford ent-down nniia with his unce and anit.
L. i(. and Pr.->. (igilvie. of Tis- in-i good condition. $100 cash. A.: *Mr. and Mh s. h ot as M. is' 1 r. a Tndi i ItMrs.l .iclea ilut.y.
onia, were visitors to Fernan- .. Itine l Amelia road. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. car. Mr. and Mrs. John Mtdlarvy.
dina on Mondars to F an-. i Amelia oad. negie, Jr., of New York, passed Mr. olden made his home ill
S. J. Shave and family havethrough town Tuesday evening Fernandina several years ago,
Japtnt.se Grass Rugs. 6x.9 ft. J. She and tfamilv en route to (umberland Island, aud his many friends were glad
aln rsRugs ft.,, spending the past fw days for a tw, v'eks' visit. him t
at. $3.98 each. Larger sizes also:::t M.1olbournt with relatives. or a Iwo wv:eks v5it. t. see hml %i .
priced verv low at Mularkey's. M.. and Mrs. J. 11. Garightly, Mr. and Mrs. T. Morrison Car-
Xiie.UCtion Bridge. Rook, Faunt- !fC ('hi'ago, Ill., spent. the pastnt'ie passed throgh.Frnan-
We have a large and varied lhrov and other playing cards, "wee in ernandi ent. the uiane passeafternoon, the kit-
ap-ortment of Valentines. lor- a!so score cards and pads at v itrF. Wh linal he r e te; eia eroil I .e Lit-
sey's Drug Store. 111 1orth. While here they were ;leir heing en route to) New WYok.
S' irers. resisteritd at the Kevstone. Mr. (C.rnegie iaccomlaniaid lier
< .i
S" as far as Jacksonville, retuliiinig
Mrs. Charles W. Lasserre and The many friendof s.D h es S. ewitt is hereto his home on (mberland -
Charles. Jr.,. have returned from A. Kelly 1 regret to learn that again for a few days afitt is her an lat his home ollwin Cum erland I.
Atlanta. Ga.. where they spent he is ill with an attack of in- absence oa several weeks. He *
the past week. ena. will return to his home in South- New Fall sample luok of
port. N. C. in the near future. Woolens has arrived, showing
A-* :ll the latest fabrics for men's


A party that motored over cair for the Fall season, and
from Jacksonville for dinner at the latest fashion plates of
the keystone on Sunday con.- -tles to select from. Come itn
listed of the following: Mr. and and have your. measurere taken.
Mrs. E. J. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. and satisfaction yua rnt,.ed at
E. A. Muth, Harry A. Pierce, of MUi-lark-.y's.
Buffalo. New York; Miss Mil- *
dred (Gilmore. of Orange Park; Dr. and Mrs. Marius Johnson,
Wilmer ('Creech, Miss Sadye Pel- .Miss Retta Johnston. Miss Lucy
k-rin. of Jacksonville: John Johnson,Miss Betty Hagen and
Jolly. of Buffalo, N. Y., and Master Marius Johnson, Jr..
Mrs. Hires, of Jacksonville. passed through Fernandina Sat-




King's Cash Grocery

I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Quality Goods ftr Particular People


Fl'rda',. Feb~ruary 0. 9,1'23


utAdor
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'-"75
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irday on role to C(U'l li'li !
island for a visit oIf ltwo we',
nith Mrs. (Oliver Iickt'tson ,
reyfield.
*i I
Mr. M. S. Tyvkr. of l.ouis\ i!,
Ky.. Mrs. 1). N. Coinvay, .
tatevs\ille, N. C., and Mr. andi
Mrs. F. M. lBaldwin, of(' DariI.
.,a., formed a congenial part
motorinig from Jacksonville t',
one of the famous "ehickt,
dinners" at the Kteystone Thtirs-
day.

The J. IL. Watkins C('mpani


I~ ~ Aih'hli 1 1.11rno ''vd '



hold a ('hi'k&'?1 'ahlad~l
he Yu'v oulle(auhltu y u 11Wh:-i.
11 icken saiad.uI, o~ldl>it
Iol 11eiv goo~d t 1ing-; 1hal o


will employ a lady or gentleman ti1 s:.l..
agent in eIrnandina. Waikins'r
Products a r e known every-
where, and our salespeople make i>6 quickly relieves ('old,, and
big incomes. Investigate this L.arippe. Constipation. Biliin
opportunity Full particui1nr-, ness and Headaches.


(CT1 rh .fj(jr~r' Y,


February Money Savers I
AT THE REXALI. STORE

Call for List

During F'ebruary. a regular 26c cake
of Famous JoInt with every box of the new Jonteel
Cold Cream Face Powder purchased
at the regular pri.e of 5) cents.

Horsey's Drug Store
FERNANDINA. PLORIDA


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