Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: March 9, 1923
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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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: VID00032
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
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gineers. land. WITH
.......... -- 9l WOLORITE
Fernandina Wrestled With COLORITE
High Winds Tuesday Night' AND MAKE EM
dd GOOD AS NEW
Femandina wrestled with in the day,. and doing slight da- ;


the highest winds which have mage to small craft along the
visited this section in many water front, no other damage
years Tuesday night and early has been reported.
Wednesday morning, the storm, With Dual county contem-'
which was a conglomeration of plating a bond issue of several
shifting winds of considerable millions and Pinellas county
velocity and heavy rain, having calculating on the same thing,
struck Amelia island with great it looks like Nassau might fall
fury about eleven o'clock. Aside in line and raise enough money
from blowing down several to build one or two permanent
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UP-TO-DATE SUPPLY
OF HOUSEHOLD
DRUG AND TOILET


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CITIZENS ACTIVE FOR comininoF c.AND .
SACANNELm SESSION LA ARE MERGED

A WIDER CHANNEL. n so. m
MAKE APPROPRIATION TO TWO REAL LIVE MEETINGS
Make Plans At Well Attended TAXATION PROBLEM HELP COMMIrTE RID HELD IN C. OF C. BOOMS-
Meeting To Get Appropri- CITY MOSQUITO. WEDNESDAY P. M.
action For Harbor. The taxation problem is al- .
SENATOR FLEwayHER aHEL serious one and the next A regular meeting of the city The Amelia Island Health As-
SENATOR FLETCHER HELPS legislaturtentillodoubt ge council was held on Wednesday eciation met and discussed!
m a Taxaton evening, March 1st, at 8:00 plans of action in the Mosquitop
Will Send Strong Delegation To matters in. Florida are rotten, evenln March st at 8:00 plans of action in the Mosquithy
Washington To Argue because taxes are not equalized o'clock. Present:-Waas, Mul- CamIpaign. In the evening they
For Improvement. and mauy people are over-taxed arkey, Roux, Merrow, Swearin- apip.red before the city council
o and many wealthy people under- gen, McMurray and Humphreys.,4to not only promised co-opera-
theFin mes of Tax re is much discussion. Minuem.of February 7th and t4p, but cheerfully supported
the ommer ha Chambe r 26h relates to the licesm taxes on 21st .we-+ed and approved. same by furnishing the neces-
and March 7th, the matter of automobiles, the general impres- Application of Mrs. Georgia sary funds to get started. Many
widening the channel entrance sion being that this is excessive, Mott to erect a one-story frame thanks, Mr. Councilmen. This
of the Pernandina harbor was and that, it should be greatly re- building, with composition roof, association means business. Mr.
of the Fernandina harbor was ,Mosquito, BEWARE! Your
taken up and steps resorted to duced, and these taxes remain on south half of lot 5 in block days are numbered. Your
to do everything within the in the counties where autos are 129, wasgranted. The Chamber of Commerce
power of-the-Chamber of Corn- owned. Duval county has more A e came of i
merce to get an appropriation than 10,000 automobiles, and a Application of C. W. Lasserre unexpectedly came out of its
from Congress for this work license tax of five dollars each to erect a corrugated iron garage "Rip Van Wfinkle" sleep. The
Senator Duncan U Flether would pay the salaries of the for private use m the rear of Business Men's Luncheon As-
in a letter dated May 5th ack sheriff, county judge, tax as- his residence, corner Beech and sociation, through its officers,
nowledges rceipt of data sent esor, tax collector, county Seventh streets, was granted. offered to cooperate by throwing
him by E W Beipt of dareta sentcommissioners, and still have On motion by Roux, seconded its funds to the Chamber of
undir date of Feb 26th, arn twelve thousand dollars for sev- by McMurray, the chair appoint- Commerce and thus help to re-
states that the Board of Engi- eral minor officials. ed a special committee of three vive "the old man," and an a-
neers for Rivers and Harbors, in Then there is another ques- to investigate and re-adjust sal- malgamation of the two bodies
view of the mean tidal range o tion, viz., should people with a aries and conditions at the city was made under the name of the
about six feet in Fernandina modest amount of furniture, plants. Said committee to work Chamber of Commerce, with A.
harbor, that the existing deaths etc., be taxed. in connection with the Board of D.%imon, president; P. C. Kelly,
appear to afford adequate fcil- If one-tenth of the diamonds Public Works and to report their vice president, and E. W. Bailey,
appearrecommendations back to the secretary and treasurer. Te.
ities for present and immediate- were taxed one-half their value, recommendations back to the secretary and treasurer. The.
ly prospective commerce, the por- man could be allowed council for action. dues were fixed at ONE DOL-
Senator Fletcher states that $1,500 in furniture, cows, etc., A delegation of citizens, with LAR per.mnonth, and it behooves
the citizens have thirty days without taxation.-Jacksonville Mr. Albert D. Simon as chair- a good citizens to get into thi-s
frothe cithe 24thaveof thiFebruaryn Observer. man, appeared before the coun- live organization while the get-
hfrom tohe 24th of 'February in cil and asked for an appropria- tins is good.
arguments b eating upon the P. O. E. IS TO BE HEAD- tion of $50.00 to assist them in Citizens, one and all, let's get
necessity for the mprovement ED BY STEWART starting their campaign against together, and work for the good
inec the interest of improvement ED BY J. B. STEWRTd the mosquito. Upon motion, of a bigger and better Fernan-
in the interest of commerce and the council Voted them an appro- dine, and stop "fiddling while.
navigation. The senator says At a well attended meeting of t. o $ .0 themoan r d ine n sto bfiddling while
that we will again have to Fernandina Lodge No. 795, B P. this good work. In the near futu it is h i-
thrash out the ground hereto- 0. E., held in the club rooms on; Bills for the current expense tention of the Chamber of Com-
fore covered by a committee of Monday evening, the following Bils f the ity were read and rules merce ntion of tho have Chamber of Com-
citizens sent to Washington last officers were nominated to fill N" atthe cty were read and rules merce to have a GET-TO-
May to argue for a survey of th offices of this order-for-tha eo. wt~ p ssmethingfo.the att-
harbor, which was made several sung ear .--_- '... e somethm -r.the n-
months afterward, and submit Exalted Ruler--J. B. S iw-approved. ner man.
any additional data we may be art. I Report of officers were read Some wise men have already
able to gather bearing upon the Esteemed Leading Knight- and referred to the finance com- paid their dues in advance for
subject. M. L. Griffin. I mittee. the year, as they see the hand-
The Board of Engineers for j Esteemed Loyal Knight-' The beach committee report- writing on the wall, and wish to
Rivers and Harbors take the. William Russell. ed having had an application for avoid the rush.
position that the Port of Fernan- Esteemed Lecturing Knight the lease of the colored pavilion
dina has not measured up to the -C. P. I-utishauser. at the beach and the council BIDS WANTED
heavy coal and phosphate ship- Svcretart-J. T. Ferreira. instructed them to accept same. -!
ments and other export business Treasurer-D. P. Mularkey. The clerk was instructed toe The City Council of Fernan-
that the committee outlined at Trustee--F. H. obein. advertise for bids for the lease dina hereby invites bids or pro-
the conference for the survey of Tyler-E. R. Hopkins. of the white concessions at Am- posals for the lease of the con-
the harbor last May, entirely los- Delegate to Grand Lodge-- elia beach. sessions at the white pavilion at
ing sight of the fact that other F. H. Sahlman; alternate, P. C. There being no further busi- Amelia Beach for the year com-
ports that have received appro-I Kelley. ness, the council adjourned. menacing May. 1st. 1923.
priations have shown a larger' The officers will be elected Bids to be opened at the next
shrinkage in business than Fer- and installed at an early date. THE CITY BEAUTIFUL regular meeting of Council on
nandina has. We believe the March 21st, 1923.
records will show that this port, MRS. FLACKS' MOTHER AR- Your home and my home, if Council reserves the right to
in proportion to the size of the| RIVES SOON FROM RUSSIA carefully tended, reject any or all bids.
place, has shown a smaller de- Will build up a city that all will Address W. S. WHITNEY,
crease in shipping than almost Mrs. Isaac Flacks expects to call splendid. ty Clerk, Fernandina, Fla.
any that could be named. have as her guest her mother, Then open your eyes to a citi- Just think how much better
The district engineer made the, Mrs. Shenie Ester Tarlowski, zen's duty, Just think how much better
survey last y,,ar and reported and her sister also, who will ar- And make Fernandina a place of off the town would be if the
favorably for the improvement rive in about ten days from Kar- real beauty, citizens would repair and re-
of the harbor to the extent of re- koff. Russia. Mrs. Flacks is -The Woman's Club. paint their property.
commending a channel 1,000 feet naturally happy over the fact -- --- -- -
wide from deep water at sea that she is to have her mother
past the outer tnd of the north land sister visit her. but the hap-
jetty, thence 400 feet wide along j pines is made two-fold from the G IR L
natural depths to opposite Cal- fact that they are coming such a
houn street, thence a dredged long distance and that she has A K
channel 300 feet wide to the not seen either of them for a
mouth of Lanceford creek, all great many years. AT CAN NOWH
26 feet at mean low water. He' yNeasEW EH AT C
also recommended the repair ofi BOY SCOUTS HONORED A IT
the existing jetties. FOR AN
The Chamber of Commerce The Junior League of the A
requested the secretary to take Methodist church and their OLD ONE p F
the matter up with Senator friends gave a weina roast last THEIR FADED
Fletcher. stating that Fernan- Friday evening at the beach in
dina will send a delegation as a honor of the Boy Scouts and STRAW
committee to Washington with their master.
all the necessary data for a con- They were chaperoned by Mrs. HATS
ference with the board of en-, E. S. DuBose and Mrs. Strick- HAT


SL IIU VI a I. h ca L Mll l I M %.-
tie Raisers' Association meeting
TEACHERS, ATTENTION plainly sales that there will be
e- ed for loyal support' of the
Everything is set for a big; treasury to have funds available
County Teachers' Meeting at for defeating legislation. We
Yulee Saturday, March 31st. at -uggest that the executive com-
9:30 a. m. Good speakers, vital mittee set up a large blackboard
problems discussed. Let's Go! in the front of their meeting
Fine spirit and warm hospitality place and post in large figures
will add real zest to the day. the comparative prices being re-
Program announced later. Watch ceived by cattlemen in Gadsden
The Leader. county and the price the cattle
By L. D. GEIGER. Chairman owners in DeSoto' and other
\Executive Committee, Nassau quarantined counties would be
County, Florida, Teachers' As- tickled to get for their stock.
sociation. There is a persistent rumor a-
Sfloat that a group of cattlemen
Pull for Fernandina or pull ... ..
out. i ..:tnu 'l > i' .'- 3 )

'Woman's Club Issues 1923 Al-
manac This Week; Preserve It

The Woman's Club of Fernan- bring dividends, those who have
dina is issuing an almanac this \made -t possible have spent
week, which has been printed' their money with a most worthy
by the Leader. One is folded in organization The ladies haven't
this issue in supplement form gsked you for a gift-you are
getting value received for your
and nearly every firm in Fer-! money. The 1923 Almanac con-
nandina is represented in the tains much good reading, useful
booklet from an advertising' information and a complete
standpoint. The Woman's Club weather forecast for every
will use the funds raised from month in the year. Put a string
the sale of the advertisements in it and preserve it for future
to beautifying and benefitting reference, and be sure to read
r... a ;.nst" a iLde frnmn nat- the advertisements every time


IN ADANASSA
S.N/'OOSS


1.-17-93


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Against Federal Qauran-
Most socialists are frankly tine on Shipments.
agnostic, or materialist in their _
conception of divinity, and to "ADSDEN COUNTY IMMUNE
suggest to the average politician i
that he should take counsel-with 3eef in Tick Free Territory
God when initiating his policies Brings Good Price -No
would rouse only derisive laugh- Sale Ticky Cows.
ter in response. There are many Sale Ticky Cows.
socialists today who do not even Eradication of the cattle fe-
believe in the principle of altru- 'eticks in Gadsden cattle fe-
ism, whq base their entire sys-i ee n very profitabln county has
tem of equalization po ten very profitable to the cat-
tem. of equalization upon tht' lemen. as is evidenced by the
selfwhich ness of human nature, pen market prices they are re-
which they do not hesitate h r.'iving for their cattle. Fol-
declare is its strongest power, .t ing for theor cate. Fol-
So it is very significant when iing a satactory systematic
Abdul Ba ha ~s. "The od\ i ppin campaign beginning
Abdul Baha says: "The hod it summer, the government
politic to day is greatly in need officials n January 20th an-
of a physician. It is similar to ,unctl that inter-sate move-
human body afflicted with ner- oun ff thattle ould be move-
vous ailments. A doctor diag- n.d when the buyers in outside
noses the case, and then pre- n, ket s learned of this the bu
scribes treatment. He does not ":g became active. On Febr
prescribe however, until he ha1 r 15th the following sales
made the diagnoses. The dis-. r made i following sales
ease which afflicts the body v made i n Gadsden county:
politic is lack of love and absent cale at, cents per poud
of altruism. In the hearts o ive weight; 108 cattle at 6-
men no real love is found, and ents per pound; and 12 cattle
the condition is such that unles- t 42.u0 pde head tatne o the
their susceptibiljties are quick- 'v ionmade whis statement in
ened by some powers tiat "nection wig the purchases:
ened by some power, so that This class of cattle would bring
unity and accord may develop Ths ass of cattle would bring
within them, there can be no cent to 21 j cents per pound
healing, no agreement among it pi)int of origin in quarantin-
mankind. Love and unity arn 1 d-Lounties where systematic
the needs of the bodY politic t,, vork is no bing done."
da." e The -attle owners in that
Abdul Baha continued his couulty offeredd about. the same
comment, saying that neither price for their stock a year ago,
science nor racial prejudice nor ,ontingent upon getting it to
patriotism can provide restor- outside markets, which they
ation for thisan proie retor- could not do under quarantine
onl -e.th thedrestrictions, so they got to-
only 'be aledt tho ug the di- seether and nwt nn ,+---.-
t- aczugs'27T ig~uii n.iThe Cattle Raisers' Association
"Therefore hold to these heav- has announced their convention
enly agencies, which God has will be held in DeLand for three
provided, so that through the wll be held in DeLand for thr
love of God this soul may Nbe days beginning on March 12th,
established, this heart attach- tribe sugges to the legislative
ment realized, and the light of "find" of two years ago, ask
the reality of unity be reflected th 1os ,lobbylvists at the last
from you throughout the uni- lgislature vwho have since tak-
verse. "
The socialist as a rule has his -n credit for defeating State-
The socialist as a rule has his Wide tick eradication legislation
mind fixed definitely upon cer- tell the people in Florida the
tain charges in the holding and cel truth as to whatple their "ic-
management of property, which has cost the cattle owners,
will bring happiness to man-,bankers and business men since
kind, and equalize social con- that time.
editions, but Abdul Baha insists '1he government closed its
always that two things are nec- Fhmi'da office and withdrew its
essary. to attain that end, the forces, completely closing the
rousing of a new consciousness ide markets to Florida
in the human mind. and the quarantinedd cattle. In the
creation of new laws.. Neither meantime there has been a two
is sufficient alone. Without the araccumulation of beef cat-
deeper and more sensitive (con- tle on the ranges, barring what
sciousness founded upon love, have (ied from tick fever and
the improved legislation can not starvationn resulting from over-
be initiated, or if it were ,roWdin the ranges, and a few
brought into existence could which have been eaten locally.
not be executed.-Ad'. v ',, ,;.. ,.!1i v f,,r tht hCt.












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You can-always tell a gentle-
man. He doesn't tell you that
he is one.

rrhere is some hope for Mex-
ico. They have gone to playing
ball down there.

An optimist is one who really
believe a dentist can pull a tooth
without pain.

Germany now knows how it
feels to get what she started out
to give France.

And as a rule the automobile
speed maniac has nothing to do
after he gets there.

Some people marry for love,
and others seem to marry for
love of an argument.
Remember the good old days,
when thW government had noth-
ing to do but bust the trusts?
A man came in the other
morning to borrow an umbrella,
and we told him it was Lent.
If both snore it is a pretty
good sign that they will put up
with each other's faults.
Once there was a man who al-
ways helped his wife clean
house, but otherwise he was a
total failure.


And w-.are t>ertunnK
pect that one-half the
don't know how hard
other half is.


people
up the


The reason pedestrians do not
get better traffic laws is that
most of the lawmakers have
automobiles.
All the clerks in the stores
feel sorry for a man when he
comes in and wants to match a
piece of silk.
Be sure your own opinions are
correct, and you won't worry
much about the wrong opinions
of other people.
Every man who pays an in-
come tax wonders why the gov-
ernment can't afford to pay the
soldiers the bonus.
Saw a girl the other day who
looked as if she had flour on her
nose. And we'll bet she hadn't
been in the kitchen in a month.


An Irishman named Kennedy,
has just died at the age of 125
years. But a London paper
points otut that he lived in Cana-
da and not in Ireland.
Maybe if the Germans had
not destroyed the French coal
mines, the French would not
now be occupying the German
coal mines.,
Yes, almost anybody can
write better scenarios than
those that appear on the screen.
but the moving picture people
won't buy them.
Consider the case of Jackie
Coogan. the boy moving picture
actor. In his manhood he can
,only look back on the time when
he was famous.
I
A correspondent wants to.
know why they are bootleggers.
Maybe it is because the stuff
they sell tastes like they had
washed their feet in it.
With tte white way the
whitest things in town, the pav-
ing of Center street-completed,
save for a small portion near
the railroad station,..mandamus
proceedings out against every
councilman in the whole city
and the commission form of
government upprmost in the
Wn mtfl n-, thonfl a nla Chos t4i.* A .,. EA,


AHLMAN'S MILL CAME
NEAR BURNING TUES.
What promised to rival in size
ie fire which destroyed the
plant of the South Atlantic Can-
ing Co. several weeks ago, was
ne for which an alarm was
irned in Tuesday, when a small
building near the large saw mill
f the Fernandina Lumber Co.
iught fire and caused trash,
abs, underbrush, etc. to catch
com it. The mill gave its own
re alarm, blowing its.'whistle,
nd together with an "alarm
rom the city plants, several
hundred people were at the
scene of the fire almost by the
ine' the fire company reached
he scene. The blaze was dis-
overed just after the noon hour,
nd the day being dry and t&e
vinid high namv fars wra apn_


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tertained for the safety of the vice. Scout aster. childhood. The- waltz. and fox '
mill, the palmetto fibre factory, No service on Thursday. courtt Master trot, too, w is geatlyv e.joyed.
a frame building of extra ordi- Friday, Auxiliary Day, holy The guests departed at 12:<00
nary size nearby, and other communion and address. 10 a. AM o'clock, wishing the- bride and
buildings in tift vicinity of the m., an offering will be taken for groom all the jo.y\s of married
mill. Fernandina has a splendid Diocesan missions. Everybody. sil life. Mrs. Dougherty insisted r
set of fireman and when a fire invited to attend this auxiliary A IVs FAC A on us coming again. we are! t
get' away from them, it's al- service. y A GUEST.
most a safe bet that it would Friday, 7:30 p. m., service. U
get by most fire companies. The Confirmation instruction Sun-! 'WOMAN'S CLUB THANKSi
blaze was soon under control day, 3:15. i !WOMANCI, THAV I
and extinguished.er control Wednesday, 3:15 and Friday Member Brotherhood of Loco- NASSAU COUNTY LEADI)ER i
night at 8 o'clock, immediately' motive Engineers Had
CALLAHAN ODD FELLOWS after the night service the rec- Awful Experience. Tle W\\oman (lub wishes to
CALAHAN ODD O E tor will be pleased to confer with thank the Nassau County Lead-
REVIVE THEIR LODGE all children and adults desirous : er for its many kindnesses aand
Callahan Lodge No. 90 I. of the rite of confirmation. Jacksonville, March 8.-Mr. liberal support during our re-
Callahan LodgevNo.i90.e O. V W. E. Bennett, popular engineer cent almanac advertising caut-
0. F., has been revived and six at the Jacksonville Terminals, paign.
candidates were initiated by a Methodist Young People's has been telling friends for the! -The Woman's (Clu 1 iFr-
delegation of the Jacksonville Missionar y Society past few days about his remark- inandina.
brethren, who visited the Calla- able release from thirty-five
han lodge last week to assist in The Young People's Mission- years of torture which he was; Yes, trouble lurks 'wv!hre
conferring the degrees. J. R. ary Society of the'First Metho- forced-to endure in spite of his there are Turks.
Braddock is the Noble Grand and dist church of Fernandina is do- efforts.
is enthusiastic over the pros ing splendid work. Atthe first -"I couldn't eat anything dur- .
pects for the order there. At meeting in 1923 the program of ing all that time," said Mr. Ben-
one time the Odd Fellows at Cal- work for the year was outlined. nett,, "without suffering in-
lahan had a large membership Following the custom of the tense pain in my stomach. The STATIONERY iOY.S
scattered all over Nassau and society of each year, planning only thing which agreed with me
Duval counties, and it will no to accomplish at least one thing at all was buttermilk, crackers
doubt be good news to many of that would improve the churSh, and hot water. P A
the old members to know that it was decided that the goal for "I noticed what City Commis- -- A
the order is flourishing again this year would be the purchas- sioner Frank Owen said about' 5. 10 and 25 C
and that they can now reinstate ing of a new carpet. Last year the benefit he got from the Re- ,
and attend the meetings: a piano was bought. cuma treatment, and I decided "TheStore fE
The society meets each week. that a man like him certainly;
FERNANDINA'S WHITE The course of study is arranged knew what he was talking about. Agents for Brunswi-k Phor
WAY FINISHED TUESDAY so that at the first meeting of Well. I have just finished the
the month .the Bible is studied;, second bottle of Recuma, and the
The new white way was fin- the second, the History of i boys at the yards will tell you -
ished on Tuesday. Eighty-two Methodism; at the third; the that I eat anything I want now.
100 candle power lights *ere missionary book; "Adventures I Meat, eggs,- potatoes and all
usmad fro rosat .to T 4 nth od O aith iL W mlI,.aVl d. ..4 I can even drain ice Vater
streets. The lights are distri- and on the fourn1s 130e-.f n .*a in. ... nytraule
buted eight to the corner or in- votional and social meeting. or pains after eating a big meal.:
tersection of the all streets from The officers of the present "When my daughter saw
Front to Eighth, with two clus- year are as follows: Mrs. Irving hat RECUMA was doing for
ters in the center of the blocks. Messick, president; Louise Da- me, she took t wafor headaches.
On the corners of Ninth and vis, vice president; Mrs. James and they are now entirely gone. 310ND)AY.. MA
Tenth streets there are four Flood, secretary; Myrtie Baker, We can't say enough for RECU- n' WNE fNDFFI
lights. J. T. Woodall was em- treasurer; Nell Davis, corres- MA, and want everybody to
played by the city to construct ponding secretary. know how it made us well, so WITH IIEl'iERT It X
the white way. anyone suffering as we were LILLIAN 1
Noble A. Hardee, acompan- CARD OF THANKS can get their health back too."i Iawlinson is a great t:tavrile.,
Noble A. Hardee, accompan;- R-CUM HR a 0)011 P t *A .
ied by his sisters, Mrs. J. C. Ogil- RE-CU-MA HERE an opportunity t i la
vie, of Callahan, and Miss Mary: The Woman's Club wishes'to The remarkable RE-CU-MA mystery play.
Hardee, of Jacksonville, left onithank each one who contribut- treatment can now be obtained' A Good Comedy t9 Start on.
Monday for Nashville, Tenn..ed to the success of the "1923 here from Horsey's Drug Store' Prize l)raw;in-e-;5
where Miss Hardee enters a san- Almanac," which is published instead of sending to Jackson-!
itorium. Mr. Hardee is exnect- this week. ville for it. TlESlAY. M


ed home today or tomorrow. --


A NEW RAILROAD
State-wide interest is being.
taken in the announcement from
Tallahassee that the Secretary
of State has issued a charter to
the Canaveral, Orlando and
Western Railway Company, cap-
italized at $5,000,000 and hav-
ing for its purpose the building
of a line of railway from Cape
Canaveral in Brevard county,
across the Indian river, to Titus-
ville, to Orlando and on to Se-
bring in Polk county. Cape
Canaveral provides one of the
finest harbors on the east coast
cf Florida and it is thought the
building of this line of railway
is intended to tap the great cit-
rus fruit section of Polk, trans-
porting the fruit the shortest
possible distance to deep water
for shipment to northern ports.
J. F. Ange, of Orlando, builder
of the Angebilt hotel, is presi-
dent of the new railway com-
pany.-Lakeland Telegram.

LORD HELP THE WILDCAT
Two hunters in the North
Carolina woods had chased a
wildcat to a clearing and were
terrified to see the beast jump
into the window of a cabin from
which the sound of a woman's
voice had just been heard. On
the porch, rocking comfortably
and apparently unperturbed, sat
Friend Husband. "For heav-
en's sake, is your wife in there?"
screamed one of the hunters.
"Yeah." "Good Lord, man, get
busy! A wildcat just jumped in
the window!" "Yeah? Well, let
him git out the best way he
e03 I antr nnei #, th *o n iAvuV


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LASSERRE MOTOR CO.
TENDERS OYSTER ROAST

Tue Lasserre Motor C'o. ten-
dernd its employees an oyster
roa- i at Gerbing's! Ameliat Vity.
1a..t Friday evening, which w.s
ShiThly enjoyable affair.

L. t us do youlr printing.


V.IlEIRF'S a lot of meial-
I time'cheer in the
bread we bake. It's
iuiinb full of nourishment
hOat comes from the proper
italized bread-making elh-
nents. Add a little sunshine
o your every meal by add-
tng the name of our -bread
o your grrocery order.






Bake-Rite Bakery


CANDIES


E' S
,ent Store
everything"


nographs


and Records


CHICKENS FOR SALE!
Choice Live Hens 35c per
Choice Dressed Hens 45c per
Fryers at the same price.

Atlantic Fruit Stand
Phone 39


WWe Pay Cash For

Red Cedar, White Hickory
Poplar and Pine Logs
SF US IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE WOODS FOR SALE


EATRE

HOlI 12

JL NICHI"
Wi INSON AND
RICH
a:!ld his play gives him
;l:tkl ini a rapid action

and the Usual Benefit
and 10 Cents
ARCHI 1:1


'WHAT HAPPENED ROSA"
WITH MAI;El. NORMAiND
A story of an ambitious girl. a 'i ii 0o, seller, not satis-
fied with the hunim-trum lit II,,hitnm the counter, and
the third .-tor. roIom nl ack. ;ai dreaiim f the other
life as she picture .. ai. I if pilht .v t hi star a chance
to show her abiii I tidall l-r 1 1 lithe t\vo different
,stationlls.
A Rattling (ood Comed. ioes With This Night's
l.ilterlainim,.!t--25 and 1 ( ent?,
WEDNESDAY, .MA.URC 14
LITTLEE iSS SMILES"
WITH SHIRLEY MASON
A story t li (hl't, i in N.w> York. A homem" story
where Esther, the "Little .Mother," (.Miss Mason),
makes you love li r. ai. the n age; s the house while
her mother o,- tu ti:c lt,,pital. A. touching drama,
filled with heart appeals.
Mutt and Jeff Add to the Program. and Another Two
Reel Comedy Fills Out the Entertainment
For the Night.-23 and III Cents.
THIRItSDAY. MARCH 15
"CASE OF BECKY"
Screen Version of David Bdlasco's Stage Play
Constance BIinney as the Star, andi there is no more
attractive girl in filmdom. Long time since she was
here. She pays, a dual part aitl k,.ps you interested.
A Comedy as .Usual to Var\ the Program-25 and 10c.


FRIDAY. MARCH 16

"IHE SPEED CIRL"
WITH BEBE DANIELS


You recall that Bebe was arrested in San Francisco
for speeding in auto. and actually jailed for an hour to
fulfill the law. She makt-s a gr!at story of it.
A Rib Breaking Comedy. "'Beware of Boarders" to
Start With.-25 and 10 Cents


SATURDAY. MARCH 17
USUAL SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED PROGRAM.

Hutchinson in "SPEED'
(OMEDIES--FABLES-WESTERNS AND AN ALL


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THE ORDME LUMBER COMPANY, Inc.


City Taxes Due


The CityTaxes of 1922 are due
and payable to tb* Tax Collector, at
is office, City Bldg. 2nd and Ash Sts.
Prompt payment is requested.


J. FRED LONK. Clctor


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ST: PETER'S CHURCH IiOY SCOUTS TO MAKE A SUPPER
INSPECTION OF CITY
J. W. Bleker, rector. INSPECTION OF CIT An informal supper, or should
Fourth Sunday in Lent. The Amelia Island Health As- we sap feast, was given on \Wed-
Holy communion, 8 a. m. Isociation has started a campaign nesday evening, February 21st.
Sunday school, 10 a. m. in Fernandina to rid the city of at the beautiful country hlom
Morning prayer and sern mosquitoes and dengue fever) of Mr. and Mrs.' John Dougher-
11 o'clock. Subject: "The De- this summer. To do this it will ty in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fos-
sire of The Ohild to Hear the be necestry for every man. wo-'ter Dougherty, who were re-
Voice of the Father. man and child to do their share cntly married. Mrs. Dougher-
Evening prayer and sermon, bycleaning up their own home ty, prior to her marriage was
7:30 o'clock. Subject: '"The and premises. The Boy Scouts, Miss Pearle Johnson.
Crisis in the Life of Esther. 'beginning Monday, March 12th, An invitation was extended to
Monday, 3:30, Woman's Aux- are going to make a house to all members of the railroad
iliary Lenten Reading at the house inspection. It will be nee- shops and their wives, and many
Guild.- essary for them to ask you for others, which were readily at.-
Monday, servkie at 5:00 a. m. some information when they cepted.
Monday, 8 p. m.rVestry Meet- .call at your house, which will be Supper was served at 7 :.:o
ing. turned over to the State Board o'clock. A supper that wlL be
Tuesday, 3:30, St. Margaret's! of Health.' I ask you to give the remembered for months to come.
Guild at the home of Mrs. Grun- boys your hearty' co-operation After supper music and dancing
wald. and encourage them all you can was enjoyed. The old fashion-
Service, 5 p. m. in their work. ed lancer aid quadrille took
Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.. ser- .DA oTlv you back to the carefree days of
FRANK SUTRREXNCY yubc otecrfe asa


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NASSAU- COUTNTY LEADE1I-YIRNANDINA, FLORIDA


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.\vlt I O hi ne (1). RHange Twenity-rive t e-'rnandina. Fln ride:. the fins hien. ,
(.it K-:t,-. '*.ss4 l "!'ics." h r n t-n inei l boil-
rkw t- --**** -- ,^ .. i -, 'lrr i w -t (es1 south Ioundary tit ra. inachint-r%. liodItli. tackle. a iparel. *
S: 'B--' -' --,,-,'. ,xti'n (16,. Seventeen (1- i.p!irt.iiis. an frniture. as sheTourn-
.,!*a*P**P8 Pi :'+ ht+'izt-c-, (ll) to the louth-Wet. t I,'v ieV-., i-,;.,,r. l In th lili Amhl li.rI L t' e
| i* :*-- -- .- -... .:i r in Teownthip One (1) Neorth. i r '.-ri:0avlin>. Florida.
I;. "' lit -five 2,2. EaR.It. I F. DYSON.
e .ie% ** -C1 1i the' s, ith ltuundar -1 I unitedd Stat;c-, .Carsh:al
t I n Thirtei h'131 Fourteen.
g rI:. R1Itr-n 1i) and Sixteen (16) t' t0T-;iTE TATEM wRllt.l l 4. TruckChalcss
", U ut* i-\"' -t c tlz'r t-n tht pnl -- -
,f ,D** ,*i..K' 'U P _I,'hi. in Toiwnhip r IOne (I outh4,rn lleirl.t ,f FI-lofrid;i
|', I l T* '.'-nil!i -f,'ir (.4 l -last IB % .itui. o4 f an l rtler t f S.'.i.- s--. l
|. V h ittei't'Iu tr-e. I. A. A O).ilvie. ,I *ut It lh- C 'litelI Slltates IiNtr.-'t '-.lirn
a -li.ett. J A (';ri-xnt'r.t J. H M .1 e S.uth USED Cardui for years strengthened me and. as'twas .. Kht, T. i. ;iitit.r. \ I..-nL .n c.,. i,t, da. F.I.ru,..it. ;. p,
1' i L. J. n I. P. 1. arte. r ,- i. her.w x :von that I will 1 t,-
Sand it did me more good recommended to'do, it regu- I l. 1- .i. ,- J ..'C. I purs ut;.: t n.-. .iil.., ,Fr.:. t' i-
9 ia y i ie e lated and built me up till I.-, -v Ie:Lnhltam. M. I.. L irn-L .tIt la t Mar. .> : t -' ,
.than any ne ne I ever, l. eInt h. A A J.one's. T U i,..-,n at fr,.nt .1 ,.. f I'. ,.I-t i, ,
S,, was like another woman. .. t T w..':,,r. N.. E Mr..s- r F .r:e.an.Un:. Fi.rn. .
H used, wrtS ..>is. S. L.. If you are weak, run-down I '1 '* "4 I' .l'1-I T !. jehn,"'isi '' 'i.e nlnf r n1.1'n- lr .-I *
I|. 1. 1' r.., ii. T. W ell-. Jr. I -1 -. m:,-h. ii.rx lI.-,t.. tic k;.I aplar,'!.
g Ragsdale. ( Fort Towson, and feel that you need a tonic, In ti n M. t ia- O Ir I n. Mrs. H. P. tipert.- ,ir.... ;.fi, :,rt nitlir.,. .'s >s'.e-
the woiman1. fr.. In F. f Ir vi n. Mr.z. MN I i ho In'r ,- 9r.-, IN th. 'ir i- ,. .'.,e-
S Okla. "I used to suffer with I take Cardui, the woman's W A. : 'I..Fr. In C r '. ", I ,' ; 'NIAll Prices F.O.
womanly ftoube that weak- tonic, the tonic about which ,. ',' i' T1 i. is l'i: St I--.o Mah
i.ii* ,a m r. F A. Ciin you have alw ays heard. darl.: -. .
L.l., ihine H l U,,,thar i r; ,nlltll il.. At,".- -t--heselowestof ic
tonic that helps weak women i____...ii-i._Nf. rA)H etr-. eArnes At these lowest of lo
S shadow, ncr.'ous, and could regain their strength. taC-.. (' l e-ng. Mrst. th-r strict -f Fl.-,ri,'s w: itlhemanclnewa
i t i IIt-. 1' i:. Ntv. s..e. W. 11. Bran :,,- .; .rtuo (of an (Irh.ir ,,f .S ; ii,,%.l with t e m any new
not sleep. I did not feel like Cardui action the womanly A. 1i.: oi'Ine ,. n. .rattn. j J.tuA -e .of -,theI -it.ie sto:>e a..irnD t c.,urt i
s:.I.',-r. C It SmIth. L. W. Iei,'k.ett '.r in--.'S,,utherr iD i-tr .4' Fai,,it ordicars a-e a b i',
could live. system and helps relieve pain W. i.l... ,en.crn. F W. rad 1 aiere- utn, i 1 trat i wll i Fol'.rd cars are a ig
"ilt scenee that nothinand discomfort due to female ... W. O. J nson. l. Brad 'i-g. c ten tha't I uws! .l # day than ever bef
"itiseem ed that nothing g1 h J Iflluls h rg. V. A Irewr- tW ,'wli-4. -,r ,.ash. 4,n Frida.iy th ,.
,aim ,.e s 1. J,,ne.s. T. il. vl. R. L P_ ,, Ii.. d f .Marh. I'.:3 .1it oa ,,',o 1,' tto tim e rro plac
helped nic till I heard of Tr ardul, today, for your I A in. < o C .rt. H L i-..r at front ;yt ,.f. ,tgoe W. M Andre .a. it -',-rnaaidina. F Ntrida. the flath-ngr e- -ro:
Cardui and beantouse It trouble --- --- --" eR -I al-rmo." her engine't,.. oil-, for reason:.'y pro
Carduiandbegantoee ilt.ttrouble. iri.(|NIiTlDl .TATTESMARtRAL'. .ALE :rps machinery. tokats. taklef. Apparel.
'-- \p o urt-enance, a nt furniture as nh, Terms if de
oa '-r L trii- t of Flerida. ,1-*- !le-s motred In the t Amelia River
V x t% ,ue of an Order of S. i isueti at Fernzandina. Flo,-rida.
f *r the .*-,ruith.rn Di'strtt of PFl,,rlda I-' l'nited Statet Marshal
S_1,. L th dy 1.f Fetruar. 19423 no- -- ( )'I'.
ri!'.. t'h t I x-tll sell b) E AIAN.TION NOTICE
,. U a .. t t rn. f,'r ,ash. n Friday. the .\it h' i'<"Il For
S* B 1 et'*a' *-t erch 19.3. at 2- clock The State Board rf Fr xaminers ni;;
W W W | 1', 'it fr.n! a',(...r of th P -sat tOffice ho'd the regular exailratitons f.r i.inco:n 1)(
F Wra I*' : r .- l th- fihlng teaLhers re-rt.flcatris .f e\F-ry grade. at
-h Ioi c i i I.. rc r,,fr *-?1nraf-. boll- "'a'ahan, Ilo.nnrriln March l at V e-fr ;ndiHl
The W.oman Tonic |- n.. n.nr. ta. tackle. apparel m. n
a rt. '-.a.r- indl furniture. as she It applicant& will wr:te the Sup-
no-r---. ',re-d in th,. Amela RIer 1-rtnl endent. asislatan9e w- ll he ilven
mi mi nem ammi mmIinine mm m im I t FP-r r d' .t F:,rlda an tmaklina treserkatsona for h'arI snl


LEGAL ADVEWI~~SEMENTS %'NOTicPn r str~ciAi. mr~wriNG OF I %ITFI)l S'iAT1-l, 1itRc1i 1.'% 11.r
%TOCKIII4IIII.DEM t8(101PTHE ~FER- -
______________________________________________ In she County Jadge'm Court. I. akd fort %ANOIA OCK ltNIJ REP4LTV S--lithuirn 1'istri. t ". if i
~aaaaE~uny.FI ~1. (13%%. i virtue (ifantit Adre.r.;>t -
V~~~dren Cry for ~ ~ ~ ~ Iiil t! *Matter of the Estate ofpecliza-,ting ~f Ut.' t clatdr. ;.t~t ~i
C1-rnC yfo fhhsbeth A. Mize'll. Deceased. TF Fl ;nAlzetnA i)ftesockhAND ]erlt ile 1' rvl.l l -.i1l
To all creditr,rs.q.legatees. distrillutef'- E-"rV OIP-- a -opirst Un -AII' r t. si .1.'. l
mati~fis again'.?. said e-4tate: the priamt, I eae f cis ltpof.d 'i .1'r'' t.f.r*I .nda! ,rs nshvig lim r e- ir ie a i$ fPirel. il h'cla *I*dt ci 'L'at. .
You, and each of you, are hereby inT' Cmay a.LeFirtNtonlBn .? ,riat. eii ,
Ir~ed and req cured to prpqefl n 'W;t n.-idnz il l.' ety'IF-vudi..**. I(a .-
I s 'I~~~~ai ms a nd ('Imantl.4 which You. or -+..i .I: Teqd;'~. t l. J:I%- Of *.~
1'itho'r of you. rmay have again st the e s- D*. P. 1923. ;it cc '.. .*th .r1 '. .e.t f lz be t A iz l. e e,*i -**'.,'-!' n.t t at.? t* *ui -I'. p :
lat fte City of Fernandina, Nsamu fCtin,, inetlw.r Stt t .4 vrA rtilI.. V lot A ,
v,.*Inty. Fliorida,. to the undersigned rttl. charter I.' a.- .o!,c. aid 111IkIej
1-(-ritt %Iizell~and Frank Mizell, .-iI ~
Exsecuto'rs of '.akid estate. within tit 'amcndc an hern..ucir i
x *:rs from the date hereof. ."h'hi l,!te Icisc-iAto$~.h
Dated T:inuary 1rth, A. D. 190' A 1ii IAi 'Ii liot,-~lt ~j4 41:
The Kind V.,u Have Always Bought, and which has been TVRT zE. :ani.'nd said ~~u.aI*fAtseV of C
in ut fi iie rth year, hasborne thesignature a s x-ctrs4FRANK MJZELL.Stlc ArtR .):TICLE a ,~fot~'. 7ut'il%ltoe Intr),1 1,1012'1V1 to
A lxtc~ter oft the last will and testa Sct,. lIt'll, iii-el's4 oftt .'r t. I.,<1tie *a i.. S ..
rol on the wrapper all these yeams laevit ofE l izabaeth A IMizuill. 110. pauieit laya-'m .11,ii ..ito f~ci. .l titsli' e.I-1 tII!t12 Pi !
proec cmig IIINTON J. ICAKER. Ii. ; IaltV tiie unL~daueit.1Ti.-ti-. 'e..
,~~ 10 hM~ ~ ~ 9Attorney ror 1Executor.'. i t cI ..ret~- inL a rea'mirvr. and ist ..1* t I; '. .
generations. D~o not be deceived.&- !tn~. l~I'\
All Counterfeits, Imitations and 'Just-as-ood" are but %(A 1iT% 1 01. TV. %iCOUN11TY IR. for it--'Ac.itae'ent u!a ~a ie*.- t;i' i 4..
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of IA____r~trr iIl hl o he1 -1
:samei pCersonii t-Aiin -.#,kprovided lby tilt- '.. 'irl ot tei lt, .1ti
Infants and Children-Experience against Expriment. lit re F-4tfits- .f MAIITA 1 TheT).j ..i*wit n'uzha of he. r vt- ,' -.'! ,i nl I t'
Deaea '.'i1. tu.r'.m ; i.e. fixt.a i lv tilie Iy-i '. te
Neve a t ernp toye jee ~ourbab wih a r.2) all ('retitecrie. Legattc..... I)i.;traibii'eimay Ill. e'Irt',ai:ct ~~j attime It, time is'.o
Ne e ttm tt rleeyorb bywt od.1II'vr...ns 1,I;. vinor Claims oi atntniale'Ia 11tilt,',coi The' Dli rve.'s'sr
Iremedy that you would use for yourself. Oe.tliist ; I~alfjllst S.6.tii1 ystC' !, s-~ ela l : *I,. tI aicnlautfijIcy tile sit4ek-- KUT1S .Altot'Ii' VM lol'-4
Y u. nd v~w o yw. a o-Itceb :? -3~e..1;az iaya:.I lt.-eetilg, aild'
tii.?tifed fl :s t -ed e Ilir#.dtl t p Ji'-'ewit ,ttky .1 thc .1iler %hat ll .'b e 4li ..14ceel:ain 5 11CE I' tITI t
clairiis and'1 e-lsalltuds i whj'ich Oc. o ;ifute io. 1.4 ila.u I.ooar(I 4.1' Di
W h t ic-S O i tlicer if y'. m* iay tia'. tgain:4t tile el''sr-. 'i.'a i ile ticti fig ill' ..
Gastr",ii a hi rmlcss substitute for Castor (0)14 Paregoric, tt .I : I.teO uI'lj~l.,r'1',U:411efl ~'.1.11t the' ,tL't 4'!.1 sii1li i W-lt 't! l..!-t lisli
)ripp~s inilSoothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains c'Nril f;. -S~inith. is Adnifnhi tlat4:1' t' ikd' iaAL ly ie clullige"I roemtile.' to link.bt.'l '111-edli~iiI~
neither 0Op:'im, 1Morpi-ine nor other narcotic substance. Ifts c l at 0e'll'eciFt-''.s ticouneetn ((tnty d(istrIi't- -1 1110'0L ~ I
A(1fc L; it- lratec. For more than thirty years it j has IPc.r:CYR1st.ALbITIL .!I..ucr tl sh-alul bc* i-tf'!si of tb !t4(d-t'kl'i lie' Ac*liA-
benit c,-.intuefr the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,, a dmnti-tur eof P'etate' oft Msrthat 'tttse'r c'nci aflt e. c.iv 1',e1 Th' eh
WidC-;-ad-ifhoa layn evrsnesaisn Snlia)Th. des'R.'isere" I tortandl nI'icerm shall Ihold office IaImut it wa m iN l: 1.! .j:1II tFt d I
WindCo1~' nd D~rhea;allaingFevrishessariingitrNll'4A for AdIC.\i' at. f~or tent' e':r and iie itil their stjopcesseori,
therefrnm, .ind by reiu'lating the Stomach and Bowels, aids afe dnaisrta re' 'l'ily elie'te'tIand qualified, lin vase' oxsto hot81 iPh itli k' 'In. "1111S
the asz-iin"!.Atjn ,if Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Iiate Iruiot.Frh Ju~ Ia fAthe ni eth, remoa rs trv ignatur.in ~e.I ~ me C!'~* ;.~I-
The Chiidr:i's Con-Aort-The Mother's Friend. VirutChn ad For e..-Iary Iua-1. .maninitt dr, s ~rcateI mna h a'tee' vIie~T.lUt I .i i.
belle samidorr. 4Complainant. vl's. Ceoniej tio.mc a .
GENUINE C A ST O R I A ALWAYS 9tha dc.Ocead.p-Ufnoe.,,'hru~: iry.i'A. TV. 192I;ti:y. hItIlanfro..." '21 12-. 2
Beans the Signature of ''.e:. -i liam nti l o-r. lKosc'ic'''' I'19T% ('lMIJ. DAV IS, Vidlke.is
N .u :ir.'-' i-reh -i e't-lt re'eI tict :cn p t-:r 40 1-11ba'I tic'.I.-,' 1:cl I .i,
'bathlit 2fill cda v 'f Apjril,. A. It. 192:~. toiA 'l:' ~
04.c I C (,I 'apfia nt for di'.'ej'e,'fiItl1 1. S. ('ItA UiW*14 'k. i~ sih~J. i I > t
l-I' i g ,;tiwot eeczii y Mary Isabeellet As A-mislara Sect.- i u'iqtie iU S ''t *Ic.~ c
o,'41.1-a. In t ho Circuit Comor In it iNT' J DAK ;.
ace; N-.t,.tt eteunty.'. Iiorldit, it Chaun- Altetrs-y (s ';jtt' aj:1.t h l't't. flh .i~'1 !l'A~ i A .
'fc- .t:;ac )tU1111, )i ader and Pe- r n-l'tig Oult I he 1ialtclAk, c l
33 t''i~i~e \.*VtS It i'd s hereby gl.'sig --that Vlolk :.',itiot':Hs it.,II1c
i~~~~~tt.Itd ;c it#% new.'pajaier in which th 'ti hIs it' Iieall inoa'ailc' StIiteslstc i'd *t
In'.:e F rOv r3 e r ri.fr lilcl Ili-.' iblislhedl oncet'.eachli \*.zaeu Iciint) Fl' 'nldatjlft.-I il A* i- 1!t 'I
Th id'Y uHaeAwaseugf i tI. .it hI'1Lsanld as t'ierk- allt ttile: ....-.'.'. e~rdai'c- %sth I ii ri' .ts-i ijd a erl
TH tIfTAUq COMPANY. NEW VQff9 CITY. -1 s~f saiui -arlat. cIF rmn~udinac. Nai.- -i tan taxisf tice' Sntic' .If P,rda.Ic l'I,r~~.~ htec2*' .-
tlj eiviit .. 'lrfi. Me~a liR :3lst dU3 ot c'.'eiuesst yout o) e. all .111 ,'lcIs'tif.1l to de'-
______ .i~tuin'a~t"' A I) .amin, tiite-Iii -xt.'tc-n.-i f I. tl 5 ite' lC'itfhiindii that are ]if)%\*4',tti~ 1 n
4 C.11 P1E S -,'I SCec'ial Taxi\ s'ist.l J eliti-'-t s-f' t I'
Iule r tircuilt f'.seAt, in llotf'cr Na- 'i 11Itplei '.*~' li'e 9~ ni I t1 ~ :l' i:I luk tb (
.11 ~sI It3.FI..r 1d la lij.16 ttt it ssee4a i e c! i.'tecl Iv will !shjp h 1: 11t jj II k,'1
STP1 W %I aT .'oa;In'ewith the st'hiol Hi w .er
lie-s ofj714peidit. N,!- to t) u I 14 l
____ AP 'Ip i: 'I'' (10 1U ts lc .(
_________ T ltv~iai~ui a 4)t't'% i Im f Ike Nas- I'e~xt t\,.-() ~ ;i' *t I~
el ri '.ecr. then''e li) said riv '.cr a ne(I ord. ;,.d
(.01'. a ii a '~~:AAIOINl t N'ilt ('ii ANOE OF01'SPE-i'E>~.aitjiiut- altotieKtilt- line of DFiloa'. t oul-
Ala'h i~lI i f itisIs a.1cwwlice-the study of a I\'' 'X I'iitt)Ioi.IsTIIICT Nn-'l aawln unjrteI t-Iv'
h i mt~. -hi Y('h T '. I, ?i. Nassa u c-uailrtv. Floida ii :. ttIst t) i 'z~ said r~ialgX,'
-ill l h( -i a x '1'. T'IHE lit)NOiAIIL.E HOARD 'O'l* 'hi.''' lieas
linecto the St. Marys river. thence- fiU ( *.'l:i
YIou arc vrtid" Jiv j11\ ited 14) ;,,tut Nt ourself but 1nev'er your i't i:im,.'IN.,,,'Tl(;TIN OF' NAS.SAITIdow.n sadc river to Its confluencet.with
atedal il'-.1 IS itl'~Ii'tt J 5a 'it't ~ '"I '.fII. PUN). the* jolly river, thenee ups ap driver *'
attend all I '.. -:k 1)" t-l Cite' ai0 I,-is, .1, C.'11U Stu 11. efti'I. W.i.stilt- 1i1f46u1.c,'u wd qualcfiidi;toI it.l4river. uetie with te 11,4-11 rive Go1nn I I
Haptist chl'u h. "( '. .methou I~ t- Pb calling fo)r'rourage .N*'"He'll P'U.S. iaat ipay',I tax on real olt hence down Isaid river t0e the- Anitie'ia tj,
withtits and %%I' xv.'11ido tOwe dst i'ateg3' ald self-control.! '.cl`" eri-inaft ler qlvt .anI rilidre losede'jtin 1a, Ir.thec iclnsjc .ert teS D'\I ElthIs~~1
tIwl. ei eiC' l'-ci dpopsdttaatit ~fNas".:c itt rier. ra i int ef lhe -i roacehs so bad, the'.-; ac! --iv :it,-'i
good. I i le 1h S tn 'v I t st 'iof temper, -a t tial of I'~'~itIt e' saherebyAit PltETIINa`s W.uIen Scott. Erne'st S4'.ett. .. .the etM'41dh&28 Ii~fl 2a mnornin~g, 9: 15. 3r.]i.' )( )ta'j 1V-j. hlIWin ', ZP. l'4w. 4'tlei' ofcharaicter. I -. .'iirIentw,ralol.IttiHard to call 'an eeC- IHle'nie'tt. J. J. Itennott. 1. 11. PI'mund child Ju.1lst 2alloti I 'I 1u
C.1.14 .1 ,'tca'a-t- nine wi't-itlter SiPECIAL' stil. J. It. Tiscit. If. [I. Itraddiec-k. 1,I
supt. Prevch'. I,ir a ee' tt 11 P afforllds at chance to play the l \SC'Ie eI44 Jt. D1TlICT NVMIWEII U.4 Thoittas. R. S Mfills. If. t'. Jotnes. W o hs tal\ *.9 .1. 2 '
at. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~) in n .m. e lafaidattegnlmn 7I 2 t'Nesa itout). --rida. I..l;es. E. V.Cam'I ipbell. E'. if. PIFiee. 'lIS'lec'
iC l i-t 'ifaeg'e ('mn the pre-sevift 1.y.1.Jlfiijghif'' 1'J. JeclissI. IL A(. to k.
Ford. past or. .'. ,d we-'k pr-iyer l~4'2 118 groin'g into God's ollt-of-; q,-ttei a s. a' 'as ~t,' e'mltraicu 1,.F. .Toiit--sA. Ii.Ct.akol. N.(;MNay-. P'tk
w-',! .'.11i real andi eTw eil-stna pro~p- : Vli' H. .1 A. Pl--di,. 1'.MNI.'.Wild-i. lkc 'Us,, Pl~ val ( 8i'< .
servie W edc14 It:; in de o t getting close c to nat iI'C~, t. I'. l N me' andi lizt w In ~r .'.$ It'ile41: L.. L. 4t'E-i. W';111AIii- Roach I 'ov kdt- I li c '.
B. Y~. P. U 17 ii~i.. 7 :2111 1. p. Cin -'h alir, exercise, a sweeping :.t uI%, ciThe' Iic'reinkefti'r1 yci~d 1: eit-~r Jr~~.. S 'L.'1 iiey I; E. It C2mn- 11( ~I.l iI' .I'
Inlte~rmfediate 11. Y. 1). U. 811 s.;vof' the mental cobwebs,C\' a--f .ait e t. 1rd1.wic adC ip lth :N.IiI. ;M
C t'sI. tto. iw uc'ldc'd lit and too- w n. M'. .... ~ecc.V8' l( '.F.Fi~
daye:30 m. un- e't-crie'ationl of the tired ;i''' :iee'umunitv or sulc-di xisi- -.
day 0 )Op 11.~-l ato~i~S~-tll- ~.-s S"!.11'AL.TAX S('Hk)01, \,itled of .%pittoateiton Irrax D ecd
day, 3 :30) 1%ii..in.,MA lldie'sl'SA, i~' It is a cure for care, alI ~Il TNuisiwrTas' ri~o (2). deqcfod_
leader'. V'.W !. At I~v aite'.1- kill ifol 4. tie w01rry. It includost io~a.w t-.wit- A 11c~ fq.Nv wi-_ ,h.t s111Ic[tL
.1. J. .,' I .; l.:O0I~hip wih re. .If.l ia 4lieTownship eOne (1 ) No.-:117. datted flt art3rdIdayof Julie. A.
Ist&II&I.1-.ll lly i- ~ iltecus. opotniie &lh ilt. UaiaoTweunty-four (94) East. it) eell. 1i11.4 fileied tsid certifivale.' illra na3"9_ t 4A
'"Wil intrcouse. pporunite~tiis.rC h sn Ithei- Wst boun~dary of -',(iv~e alad 1ha1 jr,.oelapp~licatiotn ffIst
eles nmet 0oil A' l'. 8iItvthe il"' ''ui't sx*. kindliness and geui-`- 'l'I:sixt~--n 11(j). Nitie'(9)' and t' i''eloiqsue' in accordance wiit'c
3 1'.I 1 I r lit1. 1 Ii tit. ICIt- x t (e-orne'r o 11%. ;:t~itcent i (tat Ce ceilpa vonse es the fssi.
lrd Stirind ;iy t ',ccli) p. !I. Ladt- 1(!e. t it l o(pponient. It pro- 5-teeiwt Petair ll.t A.. ng tIse'rlvlce' p lropuerty sit uat--4 itIi
e'''til lll-p ,,ialh ajh ;-.T tr. -tharee'43.3). Tweonty- AP i, '.f $l ,E! of Section Thilr-tinue -
11-. Nr! 'Il .I.ii l .!w t~ l force. Tu4:-t. I' n-t' -tin* (21). :tndi Sxix- .-I] :To-ouishilt Feicar (41 N.irtli. Hanxe' 0
itls I e .11 (~It.) -.I` he'il t .' rt It 11--11eSt rner I.t i' 'iy-'je' (5,I. t
I )~~~A VID) R. F'ORt.. N. -'17- 'i: -c 's 2' c North. Ititic The Ma e- ~ic landerecl teeiicgz sse-sse-d ilt Cilt-
a!V1. --ist East. nclto- ofthe issittincc'ect 1'iiclsh vtrliflorate'
It i ;I(I heri. 9 a:-1t in tIhc north L iid r% allthe#-naate eti ['tefUrkiitw n. t'l'lss Said
UIC (IIkVS~l l :i t2X 4)1 J~lt'I'Ilelllloflj Mnnt I'' tt I. i xte itc 'I S'I'It' iSecIt;. I F~i* ftee-n (1 5) -ertifitietate shall le. reuleem~eci aet'.crdl
islat Ii. unit Tl a t'C eoil I ',*'I I~~e rg tcln le.e il I 'Ie I *i'.
liaithsi. 't i e t -'ierarwr ill Toes -n h i 1) 1''%~ o iithe' 19)thtday it fMarchi. A. D. IcL3
-- \f. l'e V'~N'.etlt. ltacngoTeT ycty-four ('24)c Wimfeq-sstv offI'iitl siocnature Iande
*1 Is I ~pe.'al~l1Q~ hionhl i~l'I(-.%Ii thiis"ththe-111t dayea@if February.A
Ii ~ t.ise. After a longal pnaur iU-ioni I'e'r m' wth 4111the we'cst hount:.r-, 1)(!42.
Pt7 R f ~ %) __1 I- 1 rtaity fo- th I(u- I ''.1. .-:-21c-n, r d-. Ran li-t i vTe- t-cl I. -.'Itern I_____


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Sw prices and
refinements,
ger value to-
re. Now is
your order
mpt delivery.
sired.


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SFORl SOUTH -SEAS
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Friday, March 9. 192; NAB8AIP COUNTY ~LEMW~, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA Pai~e TilteD
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Best C


The houst
once in a
bile once
new dress
haps)-bu
t'iRIES I
difficult.
trades at


Island Ci-
F.'.HI. HOBI1
Center atnd T'i'rd Strceet,


M~r. Sahiman Apphccadve
'fijewritelr wishc.s tto c.' tc1~d
hiis sifl'ere apiprociaf imi to I hi.
thirt v-nine "bat h-I'(I1(-" andll
twenty-six IpaJifla-clad faith-
filk. whoi urned out at twel-%v
ocl CI'ii last [T~uvl;ay n*,+t tnd
We4 have (X) 'f~f in td '
ini reqp('flM& to a c.il fo r help
when a daiigvro,,is i Ii king 1da:iz
threatened t)o envtloive our mill.
The writer i~ie that it wau,
not me re cuiiiosit v liv !IIWN mean:;
that I~I'-miiPit twiv ekiliti1 friend-L
out it iight liKe 01, b'wl a
reAl feeling of good fellowship
14, he(lp When i 't.is ill diStre(S.-;
l)!ai-c and t hen more I)L'avIt
t hat we ;peah- W* (9hi-A4Silver
and h is firumn.iti m tii Iheir1
lii flptflcs. ;aiadthe s$l)mIii(1
W~t~kpkTositively could n ot be min-
profved IJpfli.
ft is also x'.*il kt q) i u : ~I -.1 ,ill-
t cU lppeili'ithtIe!al
Hin *niany fi'i,. fill-the 1Lip
they 1'endert-d ii helping ius
fivh~t another d2 ngerou~s lire
that threatened our plant ini the
earlier part of the da *v.
leIIitalifla Lumber Co..
B~y 1. F. Sablniao'


Warning


Dlpat t-


"Everybody is warned a-
,ainsi the peril of rats. They
.carry choler and typlhs germs
and spread Iulboinic pleagtue."
l'ro4tei't your health byv wipinm
out those pests! Start TODAY.
l'se Royal Guarani 'ed Ihttf
Paste. SU'IE--SUlDDEN. De-


stroyos all rats.
50c hand\ tube.
guaranteed by J.
and E. F. Franze.


Get a 25c or
Sold alnd
Geo. Suhrer


Send Your Dyeing
an d Cleaning To

ROGERS & JONES
611 Main St., Jacksonville. Fla.
We pr. a.y parked postagC
on retu-rning Florida's largest
and finest equipped french
dry cleanin.g' I;. :.tcam
dyeing plant.


The


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tnatltteed Fly Destroyer and universities.
ilies will vanish! One gallon We have the land, the climate si shock absorb
S3..o. with sprayer free. Sold and the opportunity, all we need
and guaranteed by .1. Ceo. Suh- is a law that we can work with.
retr ;:idt F. Franze. -Reprint from The Farmer and 1 I r
Stockman. March 1st. 1923. ; 1 For U


Let us do your printing.



How Is Your Car's

Electrical Equipment?
Perhaps you don't know.
Rut perhaps your battery may run down
quickly right after you have it charged.
Or your generator may grind-
Or you might be burning out one costly lamp
after another because of too bright lighta-
Or one light may keep going on and off-
Or your motor may be skipping 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 somo time when you are near here.


Island City Garage
1 T U*E*'ww U' ... .


THE PERFECT MAN


Thnre is a man who never'
drinks,
Nor smokes. nor chews. norl
swears; I
Who never gambles. never flirts!
And shuns all sinful snares--
He's paralyzed! i
There is a man who ne.\ erv
does
A thing that -is not right;
His wife can tell just where he is
'At morning. noon and night-
lCe's dead!
-Parrakeet.


Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Nothing So Good for a
Cough or Cold.
"Everyone who ihas used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
i speaks well of it," writes Ed-
ward P. Miller. Abbottstown,.
Pa. People who once use this
preparation are seldom satis-
fied with any other. It is ex-


shock absorb


C7. A ND P.US INN
EN* A,,s%"'. .Y


1""" U Cmi


I ESS

9 ...'iILD


CATTLE DIPPING OF ADVERTISING '. OF
VITAL IMPORTANCE -i E
N* matter if ; r- .-c : ;.
Cf o0tiu. C .1 8 eoun~. ffomi,. lth beat goods to ou.i. and The
if.I ---- G o c r i s thnemi at i .st price l', s
in South Florida hae b.'ten try- u:h-- people -, hi, ste'e .,., ,
ing to get ab much as $15.00) pe :..le h ,- ; .
heatd for four year old steers, C'd. he
wife chooses a home and have offered a commission 1 a mer i.-- o cc. e ,
lifetime-an automo- out of that price to any person ,u. 't :
who would find a buyer. 4:'re. i : T, ,' k : t
a year (maybe)--a W. wnill e, l. ,itu o, .,;,w ,i,, hs :r.'. ',l t,;e I 1, ,
i once a month (per- Many Florida people at this ,... -t..,
t she chooses GRO- time ate beginni. to wonder 'i ar ,
.v at the fortL m.:,m n:g session l 1:1 f 1 .:.- ,. ;. ,, .
EVERY DAY. It isn't uk legature ,I, Jdo in the way ,;.- i '- .
however, when she .of affording relief from the cat- ,,,;ird.. or b\ : n'-" ..' 1
tie tick. if it stees fit the hlgi'- ,;he u- l i.rs.i
latrtr will pass a State-wide Exp.'IriVnced m,-, .l ;- *. -'
(dipping law or it can amend thVe ...-., r ad'vet': i- '
piraseit l.i-e si ty Ml riykt e' it' ing the Liv.e Stock Sanitary I,.s, -aners ',r adert s:
SI tL .IBaLrI B-eard pover to enforce sys- i,;* ,, .; ::re tho tematic dipping, v.iich if prose- t h; h,:nes of the itI;, .
EN. Proprietor Lcuted vigorously will eliminate Th's, \\h ;.v: :- ..:.'i
Il":INANiDNA. IA. the tick within a year. ci *cl adverti.i -v t.., i,.
To do the job in such a short for the average nirchi.t ,
S..^_-, t ime will ef course he a big task, h.t-tt .:d\v-itsing m', is ; (
but it can be done e'.\n at that. weekly nep.sl)aper-the newspa- r n.
Florid a ,"o*, Forwar, Six months of systematic dip- per that goes into ti homes .1 1 tp ,
iri .w lng will put Mr. Tick out t'.t Pt peple an1d i: read by every "
(':i.. ,o ('.:pitalist Does buincss, and if once the gre,lt .tnnib-er of the fltmilv. l w*
H:,. Things in Sara-ota ma.joritv of Florida people de-. AdvertL-ing in ai daily- ipr p 'I
cided they want to get rid of' Ss not without its value. biut t .i,
A A ir,-II w .ieA.s;, the noted liim, six months ought to ar- i'f of o ; '? i'. .. r is" ,nlv 21 ll '. '
fia:.-r iof Chicago. accomp- range the preliminaries and get hours at l,-st. T!e ad'vert*is., !- n
1 iire a dy his son. hyrion Me- ready for the main llbout. lite of a weekly knwsp:per i. at t'S
A .5h. :', ;.! -,, hi.' o s contractor G(overnlr Hardee has gone on 'ast a week. an. .,i"; !i lo-. "
anil rci-t, *c \\. Carmrn of record for tick eradication. He ,~T ..vi.g w.(l ; a. .p, ..
Ta) n;a .a:d S;'r:iso<,ta, spent Sun-\ wants it marked up as one of :*.Tri'u rea'ang matt r th. t p. ..
d. y wiv: .i r. \'arlburton, of the main accomplishments of ipl kee-i a! d !i rfr t1 oil *0 1,' ":! I
The ani,.. his administration and if this *;lttr the Irper is is.d.
SMr. \v. l>""iioli drove the becomes a fact it will be the N, ne.-paper adrti-ing '
part.. over 'oll county's pride- greatest acheivement that has'so valuable. ,,corditn. to ,
the b,' .if'. iuidtig-e district, in- been put over in Florida during s that :.pcaing. in the W u l'
clt i:"- Mlntain Lake, thO fia- the administration of any gov-- ,'aie w, ekly i:;',.-,' (:'rs :f tI he
nmoi'n Iron iloiintain and Col- ernor that the State has ever .,untry.
0onel Yrniiell's development at had. -'
li.I ..nd P1'ark. This was Mr. Give the Live Stock Sanitary Found a Cure for Ind.gestion
3 1-Ash's 'ir-1 view of this Board the right kind of a law --- T
Se;i:l ifuil part of Florida and he and a working fund of $200,000 "I used Chamberlain's Stom- ( '-*_,
expressc:l lii;:-et' as simply'and the tick will leave Florida arlh anl LiveZr 'abl)lts for inh-
S:n.:'ed at the splendid citrus long before the boll-Weevil. !_'stion and find thov suit my v n ,
Sr-ves, mnaginilicv t homes and 0;oce free from this pest we <7 b1-tt-r* than av d1'. .s:. ; 1 i ,
. tine highways. ican then invite dairy farmersremeldy 1 have ever tried and I ain tdh.
Like the average visitor from and bef cattle raisers from all-Iha.ve used many different mrtdi- t: 1.
thle prairie west., Mr. McAnsh parts of the Union to come to ,nlls. I am nearly fifty one ,-:-.u
had no idea that Florida 4ad Florida, and that isn't all be- oears of age and have suffered Fiti'a';r
slich a lake country or one of -ause they'll come and bring : grlt1 deal from indigestion. I *.omi:;-
tich i lauty as the scenic high- their capital and before long 'an eat almost anything I wan in t ,.0
l..!;ds 1,A -..at. Ile stated that these areas that now range the, to. nUw", writes George W\. Em- :,r.,'o a;
it this part of Florida had been ;mall. scrubby, tick-infested, )rv, RIock Mills, Ala. These talh- r,
b'ro'':1iht to his attention when four and five hundred pound let : ,(''taini "-' pt 'Kin I'it ii'i'*s -
ive: l in September lIe .pctimcn.-, w\ill be carrying "4'" 1i- t:-:-:' *: .,- .-
Swouid lii.e to have located in l great herds of high grade and abl' it to digest he ,1:,tl natur- < :
.,!t, cot,. pure bred beef cattle, making it ally. ;
i:.,.e :ite 8th of September, necessary to call for western
192.:2.. McA!cIsh has invested .mportation when one wants a
;,4n.'0 in 'ash in Sara&ota. rood airline. ---
ite ha-1s erctted a beautiful We can produce the pastures'
:pam tlitn-t and store. building and feed crops for good cattle
with a frontage of 210 feet, and in Florida and good cattle we
l ,ira,.ip.nr plans lor a 200- will have when we are once free
r with prth. hiwitel-leety from the tick. Instead of re-
oo" wi'th bath. This wqill b re during good cattle to subsist
'eaO i fir '.ccuiiantc-, Nevember entirely on the wild range, far- '
Is an will operated and frurn- mers will develop improved pas-
i-):. d Mby r. 11. H. Warburton. tures and cultivate feed crops i
Mi. McAnsh will also erect a so that in the next few years we
beatitifi ( casinoo on the spacious will not be alle to tell our visi-
grounds adjoining the hotel, in- tors that less than ten per cent 7
eluding a mo v i n g picture of Florida is under cultivation. n OeW
that re, ballroom and salt water Neither will we he obliged to ad-
swimming pool, at a cost of mit that the total assessed valu-
S0UOm. ie also has bough ation of our State is less than
mile and a quarter frontage at five hundred millions. This
t. .ah int may seem to be a large sum but
ri', [rr, the hotl,. on winchit doesn't amount to much when:
ing pavillion :ul bath house. -
ern State of the same size as
Florida that has a total assessed Rea o
Sn-pended Hornet's Nest in farm valuation of eight billion R I
I'arlor! and five hundred million dollars.
SGood cattle and hogs are re-
i the old day's farmers used sponsible for the eight billion
tu .>ispund hornets' nests in difference because with good
Their parlor to kill flies! Hor- cattle and hogs come the kind 1 uroIe
nets devoured the flies. Today of farms that we all like to see -
thest deadly pests can be wiped and it is good farms that build
out with a scientific liquid! substantial cities and towns. 1 r
SS;,ra'- every room with Royal with good schools, colleges and 1 F'rd 1


xvill suffer 1no ill eL--eCtS ZaS ~
su-Jt of thltCold wave.
FIrwn :li~v ave ieciaIi lou ; vit,
ri~alngthle ftickisand l'ultitliZ
S(tA. IiMdsinlce thV f'eW and,
tidsare al,-ead-1 svu
s VOeekle. PlLrgh Jac;,
1' reST just took th,,iu islot to
-.)~ -~i 10t iOjof h g'1;:d.

THlE IGOR El)ITOR


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, asrch 12th

Laserre MoL r Co


Truck.


touring, starter and

Users, 1921 model.

Sedan, starter and
hers, 1922 model.


4 Ford Touring Cars, starter,

1920 model.

-1 Ford Ton Truck Chassis,

1920 model.

Come and Get a Good Used Car
at Bed Rock Prices.




Lasserre Motor Company
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


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iPUFF 7AN JLABORATOR~IES


From Health
ment !


Friday, March .9. 19213


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N4A9AV COUNTY LRADMR,?37(ND jA LORIDA


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Copyright by Hllaper & Brothers


SYNOPSIS

PROLOGUE.-Seekii g Kold In the des-
ert. "Cameron." solitary prospector.
toreno a Dartnershlip wth an unknown
man whom he later Jearnt Is Jotias War-
Moe. father of a irl whom Cameron
wronged but later married, back In 1111-
aoi. Cameron's explanations appeal
Warren. and the two pree.d tuogett.er
Taking refuge from a tsamindtorm in a
cave, Cameron dls.-overs gold, but too I
late; both men are dying Cameron leaven
evidence, in the cave. of their discovery
of gold, and personal docum, nts.
CHAPTER l.-ti-,hard Gale. adven-
turer. in Casita. Mexican border town,
inets Oeorge Thorre. lieutenant ft the
Ninth cavalry, old college friend. Thorne'
ells Gle hle e s there to save Merced"e
Caetaneda. Spanish girl. his aflfaned
wife. from Rojaa. Mexican bandit
CHAPTER IL.-Gale roughhoue-" I
Rojaa kLnd his ganir, with the help of I
two American cowboys, and he. Mercedes
and Thorn. escape. A bugle call from .
the fort orders Thorne to his regiment.
He leaves. Mercedes :.:.der tection.
B H1A'Trr:.R III.-The pair. aided by the
cowboys who had :ai4nite4A Gale in the
escape. Charlie ladd uaid Jim Lash. ati
rlve In safety ai a ranch known P For-
lorn River, well n,' r.i< the border.
CHAPTER IV.-The fugitives are at
Tom Belding's home Belding is imma-
ratlonl Inspector. IAtng with him are
Sla wife and stepdaughter. Nell Burton.
Cale. with Ladd and I ash.- take service
with Belding as rangers. Gale telling
Balding the cause of his being a wanderer.
a misunderstanding with his father con-
corning the son's business abilitles.
CHAPTEI V.-Merledesa get word to
Thorne of iner Msafety. Dick also writes
to his parents. Intfoming them of his
whereabouts. Nell' ipersonality, and her
kindness. attract Gal-.
CHAPTER VL-.Riding the range Oale
falls In with a part of three Mexican
raiders encAmped at a water hole.
Watching his opportcntty to oust them,
Se sees two Iwit;ans ride Into the camp.
One of them, a Y~,.ai Is evidently badly
wounded. and/tbh MIexicans seek to kill
him In a cruel Dick drivAs them
*off. conveying thMe wounded Yaqul. to
Beldlng't" ranch
CHAPTER VII.-Tihe Indian to taken
ta. cared for anM rmatnes n Belding's
service. becominitg Pi.k's ardent admirer
Gale's admiration for Nell tncreasse. and
he believes she I.. not averse to his attend
lions. Belding's horses. thoroughbreds.
the pride of his life, after his wife and
stepda'ugter. are run offlby Mexicans
CHAPTER VIII.-Gale. with Ladd. Lash
and the Yaqiti. pursue the raiding party
t>* deuart. fnatly eorvn., thelft.
oi tl0 t al t* thve are killed na the
t of whtes. with the recovered
Ierv. return to thp ranchtin tuumph
CH PTER IX.-4ae seures from Mrs.
Beldir.r ; hat he f' ,.*4 Is relu,'taot per-
mission to allow tLh. to ic.eek N Hl for a
wife Htie Ie-inms ht,. ..arnrtsh1 with enercv.
*onfldent that he t, win her
CHAPTER X.-N.,t ,tling word from
Thorne. whose peril of army service hnts
expired. Mercedes l>-eB0 heart Nell. stl.
though forbidden. rd--'s to 'an fa to seek
information of him iShe fin-l he la a
prisoner of noja. and is instr!irentnl In
effecting hbi *n- ape. bringing him t<, Mer-
cedes at ihldirt'ts ranch Thorne and
Mercedes are married Rolas. with a
large force of ral-lerq. appears at Bel-
ding's and demnianis Mercedes be sur-
rendered to him. Fearing their ability
to stand off the bandits. It Iq arranged
that the three rangers, with the Yanq::
as gulde. and Thorne. convey Mercedes
acroe the desert to Yuma. where she will
te In safety. The .Iarty eot nout.
CHAPTER XI.-Thev fnd the way to
Yuma blocked by their enemies and are
forced to take to Th' lava beds. Roase.
with his men overtake them. but the
faqui. familiar with the country, .i eon-
fident they ean beat him off
tR'APTPR XII The rangers find a
Glace of safety for Mercedes and the
ht beins.l Three of the whites. Lad*d.
Lash and Thorne. are badly wounded.
but Rojas. thou,'h ne succeeds in finding
Mercedes" hidhitJ place. is killed by the
YTaqul. the rem.h,,I.Ir of the Mexteans
fleZing
CHAPTIOR XIII.-'orlorn River toIs- *
vaded by white miners and prospectors.
driven from Mexl-o. Prominent among
thee are Ben Chase and his son Radford.
The latter at oncr ni ,kes himself olaeef
;oGu to Neil
CHAPTER XIV.-While Mercedes do.
fendets are In the de-'rt Dick's parts,
with hie sister Elase. come to "Frlorl
River "eiklng knowledge of him. Beadng
te them the reason for !o.! abe-m
ad how h has "made good"
CHAPTER XV -ladd betas nunaM,
account of his wound to travel, the Itie
sad make arrangements for a long
iay la the desert. The Iet mer Is
upoi them.
CHAPTER XVI.-DMpIte privrtatme,
the party comes safety through the bet
nPeD. Ladd recovering hie strength. The
arrival of rain makes It possble for tiem
to begin the Journey hms.
CHAPTER XVII.-Beldlng'e feud with
the Chases tos Increased by their aete
Sdestroying a pring on bin property.
thei claiming the act to have bee. an
accident. Radford make. Nell an oter
d marriage. which meiding eontemptuea-
ly refuses. The elder Chas erta he
knew Mrs. Belding as a girl. when her
aame was Burton. an4 In familiar with
her Bistory. He declare Nell i her -
timate daughter. The shooting atiwra
fsltowtng such an incident tathe We-
prveoted by the arutval the
CHAPTER XVIII.--Learntng from Bel-
4ing of Chase' foul assertion and Rad-


fad. pursuit of his flanee. Dick 'see
red." He proceeds to punish the younger
Chae i a manner long imembered tm
FPdorn River.
CHAPT.ER XIX.-The Yaqul takes Dick
Pta mountain range adjoining IPrtrai
MVW ad shows him the- ecurce of the
stcami from which the settlement, took
It name. In a cave Dick finds posietlve
evidence of the presence of gold. also the
documents left so many years before by
tn unfortunate prospectors Introsaced
In the prologue. One of the papers records
the marriage of Rober, Burton and Nel-
lie Warren. Burton. of course being the
prospector known at the beginning of the
narrative as "Cameron." The will of the
two men leaves the claim half to the
indWr and half to Nell Burton. daughter
and granddaughter, respectlhely. of the
urospectors. Nel'se legitimacy to thus es-
abliehed and her future madeeafje.
CHAPTER XX.-The Taqul. having


Desert'



Gold

By

ZANE GREY

Author of Riders
of the Purple Sage,
Wildfire, Etc.


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at Nell, Pretc'ienl h',le rowse. hiol
out hIII$letter, fie wasN just InI
to see' a wave of reol recede fromn
face. She gava hirum Oee siftx
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It andturtt-iesli tWat3 Slie left
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his face. aind .ql-'2k. anti theta evel
thing ~sictonaeai to drirft, not hue' dal
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malit dim lbore'eption,i of gray movi
thing-%. tand of voices that were,
mooet'. 'l-hen there rame an ititeri
when all 1wits hlnik. lWhenihe agF
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and voidl '%iii: a fra.grant Ibreeze fI
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CHAPTER VI


; The Yaqul. *
Toward evening of a lowering De-
cember day, some fifty miles west of
Forlorn River, a horseman rode along
an old, dimly defined trail.
This lonely horseman bestrode a
t',-ed of magnificent build, perfectly
%white except for a dark bar of color
running down the nonle head from
ears to nose. Sweat-citked dust
stained the lone tflanks. The horse
had been runDiiln. He was lean.
gaunt, worn, a huite machine of muscle
Sand bone, beautiful only In head and
mane, a weight ,'arrie-r. a horse strong
and fierce like the desert that had
bred him.
The rider fitted .'.e horse as he fit-
ted the saddle. lie was a young man
of exceedingly powerful physique.
wide--houldered, long-armed, big-
legged. His lean face, where it was
not red. blistered and peeling, was the
hue of lbrnmze He had a dark eye, a
falWon gaze. roving and keen. His
jaw "us prominent and set, masutff-
like; his lips were stern. It was youth
with its softness not yet quite burned
and hardened away that kept the
whole cuf-t of blQ face from being
ruthless.
Thli. .4ung nian was Dick Gale, but
not the listle-s traveler, nor the loung-
Ing wanderer who. two months before,
had by chance dropped Into Casita.
Thle desert had claimed lGale. and had
drawn him into Its crucible. Tbe
desert had multiplh-'l weeks into
years. Heat. thirst, hunger, lonell-
nes o-il. fear. ferocity, pain-he
knek them all. lie had felt them all-
the white sun. with Its glazed, coales-
cing. lurid fire: the caked split lIps
and ritqplng, dry-pufred tongue: the
sickening ache In the pit of his stom-
ache: the Insupportable silence, the
empty space. the utter desolation, the
contempt of life: the watch and wait
the dread of anibush. the swift flight;
the fierce pursuit of men wild as
lBedouini and as fleet, the willingness
to deal sudden leith. the pWinof
poo thtrn, the stinging tear of lead
through flesh; andl-that range para-
dox of the burning desert. the cold at
nlght. the piercing Icy wind4 the dew
that penetrate! to the marrow, the
numblng desert cold of the dawn.
Ladd's prophecy of trouble on Ihe
border hsd been tild rompireM to
what hae' het me the actuality. With
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Si adt ilitil i o it le isar'pn.i-
lus,. the tomb contained a life-
like statue ofl' a cat, regarded as
tired in ancient Egypt, also a
antcpic vase, futleral vase and
irtis, small caskets thought to,
hold imayet,4s of se'rvnlits who)
were to ido Tut-Ank-Amen's
work in the next wi'l, and
mlany other objects placed thare
I, be of assistance to( him in his
jou'lney into eternity.
The explorers', after making a
rit'f examination of all cham-
': rs. thr'-vw the ibeami- "of their
-h electric to riches i'hind the
.arciphauguis anol saw re-vt-.led
ila the glare a great black door-
,vay !eadiijngl into another cham-
ler'. 'even deeper in the side of
the va!ley. This doorway had
no porta!, and had never been
closed.
lExaminatillns of tLis ciam-
h.'r showed it was piled with
p'icehl'.- tret.Nure.s, including a
!number of chariots intact.
-hrii, .s and art o'bieJL'ts ley-ontl
thb- [Iwer of monty- to iuy.


OPI IMISM IS KEYNOTE
OF BANK REPORT

Atlant;a. .M-Itr. 1.---(ptimism
i'-l'Vade-s the' c -i:l IanId industrial activity v of
the Sixth Federal Res-erve di'-
;rit., it was declaredd t, the mntthly buLsIilless revie' i--
-U(Led by the Fed-ral Reser e
Lank of Atlanta. The district
S0,mposed of the states of Flori-
.la,. eorgia. Tennessee Ala-
Iama, Louisiana and .Mississ-
ippi.
Busine:. men say that con-
-litions are nearer normal than
at any time since the outbreak
of the World War, the review a.s-
.serted, adding that "without
exception" reports state that
the outlook is bright and at thet
present time the'- are no alarm-
ing developments in sight.
Wholesale and retail divisionn:
we're expected toe .shiow greatly
improved developments over


I -CBEck up, Jim. Shore you're stan COX IS ELATED TOMB OF PHARAOH
hin Belding would not permit him to do in' on your bridle. There's more doin' REVEALS WONDERS
ort She was kind, soft-handed, moth- than the raldin' of a few losses. A' OVER BIG GAIN OF 30 CENTURIES AGO
"ort early, and she was always coming In- Forlorn River Is goln' to get hers" G IN O 0 N RE AGO"
up. to minister to his comfort; yet Gale Another dawn found Gale so much
ck. felt thatthat the friendliness 4) manifest recovered that h~ arose and looked Declares Tanac Ended Stomach Luxor, Egypt, Feb. 28.-In
ld. fn the others of the household did not after himself; 1o0. however, without the Valleyofthe King here
reel extend to her. He was n ulous of considerable difficulty and rather di.- Trouble And Built Him 00 years ago the royal funer-
Iry- something that a little t odght per- heartening twl of n350 Aears ago the royal funer-
rk- suaded him was antagonism.ttle t sur-per heateng tinges of pain. LUp 25 Pounds. al cortege of Pharaoh Tut-Ank-
he praised and hurt him. He reflected heard the grln the patio and calle Amen marched in solemn state.
ing that there might come a tl when- to ask if he might join them. He re- I. E. Cox, of Hapeille, Ga., the men of a new civilization to-
re- it would be desirable, far beyondany celved une response, a mellow, "si. valued employee of a" large Oak- day made preparations for
a ground f eery-dafrienly kr. It was not a much as he land City manufacturing the ancient monarh
,Iti ness. to have Mrs.-Belding be well wanted, but considering that it was y manufacturing co out of the tomb where he has
nmy. disposed toward him. So he thought enough, he went out. In the shade of cern, is still another who de- slumbered for 35 centuries
hai about h.r,and pondered how to make a beautiful tree, he found the girls. cares he has found the Tanlac The a p e r t u r e knocked
Sher likon for him. It did cveot take very upMeredn a sitting in a hnm k.Nell treatment a safe ahnd sure road through the sealed door to the
flar long for Dick to discover that he upon a blanket.
liked her. Her face, except when he "Wh:at a beautiful tree!" he ex.- to health, strength and working inner mausoleum has been ilos-
S mile, was thoughtful and sad. But claimed. I never saw one like that effe In tellin hi u untit all s n 'eainss for
It seemed too strong, too intense, too What Is it?" effeiey. In telling his the official ceremonial opening
pol- nobly lined. It was a face to make "Palo verde," replied Nell. Perience he, said recently: )11 Sunday.
vife one serlons. Like a haunting shadow. -Seaor, palo verde means 'green "For three years I suffered When Howard Carter and the
ave- like a phantom of happier years,. the tree." added Mercedes. from stomach trouble and was Ather excavators entered the
sweetnes.s of Nel',s face was there. Little by little Dick learned details ill an awful run-down condition intner tonilh ye-ttrtdav thl
fit and Infinitely moreeof buty than ? Nell's varied life. She had lived I had indigestion so bad I coula found an undreamed of w.alihl
had been transmtte to the daugh in a ces. As a child she re- ot eat anything but what it' f ptia furniture, idol til
o ter. Dick believed Mrs. Belding's membered Lawrence, Kansas. wheae dt worst of pais in y ther objects tf u aict uaido lt
it'll friendship tnl motherly love wei eshe studied for several years. Then caustomach. ye worst of pais i lln my her objects of lakuaabl
*^ worth much striving to win, entirely she moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma, stomach. My nerves were all historical valie:
side from any more selfish motive. I from th,-re to Austin, Texas, and on to undone, and altogether. I got no Find Sarcophagus
:t.-. lie e'lded hoth would he bard to Wa.-'o where her mother met and mar- rest.day or night, and could tio The doorway front the'oiter
get. rted Belding. They lived in New no work. room-now cleared of every-
ftert Toward evening Gale heard the Mexico awhil, In Tucson, Arizona, In "When I started on Tanlac-I thing save two life size st:i, t.Is
Stra rl, of horses and Belding's hearty Douglas. and finally had come to lone- weighed a hundred and twenty :If tihe king whicli have been
voi.e. Presently the ra y dcherstrode lyForlorn River. pounds, but now I tip the scales booxed up to prevent damage.

ai*i. from huis royall shouaking others and waut "Mongther could never live n one at a hundred and forty-five. a :ed to a room hewn i1n the solid
Sfn is rd shoulders and wavingplace any length of time," said Nell
Slter. And since we've been in the South ll.gain of twenty-five pounds. Af- rock and almit entirely taken
Ir "Heilo. Dick (Good news and west she has never ceased trying to ter taking seven bottles of Tan- up with an immense sarcopha-
IS bad!" he said. putting tihe letter In find some trace of her father He lac I am sound and well, workintt gu..
line.. was last heard of In Nogales fourteen steady every day, and I am glad The sides of this .sarcoplhats.
a"", r years ago. She thinks grandfather to make a statement for the tnp):l'ntily madet :f wood. catme
; was lost In the Sonora desert. good it might do othe-rs. vi'hin two feet of the walls of
,tr. And every place we go Is worse. Oh, Tanlac is for sale by all good the ce!l. 'lihere was barely' room
,tr,.a I love the desert. But I'd like to go druggists. Take no substitute. to pa.- around it. lis surlact
bk to awrence-or to see ago ver 35-million bottles sold. wa extlusitely carved and gild-
or New York--4oome of the place. Mr. ed. Inoe'dfldig s
:,B,! ,; Gale speaks of I remember "d. In one end folAt0i dt's
She thec.-llege at Lawrence, though I was TOOK KNIGHT TEMIPLAR were found. Fo: the first tinm-
ll only t'ielve. oI Saw races-and once- DEGREE IN JAXVIILE 'inc'e Tut-Ank-Amen was laid to
I.,i. real fiotball Mr. Gale, of ____c st and the' Iportals ch;l -,l by
COUTr.s. you've een games?" F.H. Hobein f. C. King and ;lle lgetle hantls of thilt yp-
slie "Yes, a few." replied Dick; and he E S. DuBose received tlhe ian pri'i,1Ss, these dt ors w~e\vr
laugh-ed a little. It was on his lips Knight Templar eree as- ntl. The' revea n'd :;Iether
,,-,I then to tell her about some of the it pr egree i e
famous games In which he had par- onry ill .Jacksonville Tuesday of f lniicet tedit ice 1ov.r-ed
wer 1 ticlpated. But he refrained from ex- last week. Mr. King is Past with 1 plultlng himself. There was little, Master of Amelia Lodge No. 47. -ilded ornaments.
t,' however, of the color and sound and F. & A. M., while Mr. Ilobein i This hotse' of the oy;l ehad.
e cheer, of the violent action and rusla at present Senior Stewtird'and which has stood inll te dark of
hell/ ^ ^-und battle Incidental to a big college Master of the Third Veil in thet 'h suterranan chali;lr sincr
t footba amthat he d n succeed local Royal Arch apter. r. t fore Chrit as born, is
I,,,kt 18 In mDking Mercedes and Nel feel Just
- Du-ose is S one of the most wjtuherful
as If they had been there. They hung DuBose is Senior.1Warden of Am- e of the most wolhdt-rfu
breathless and wide-eyed upon his elia Lodge and High Priest of )ieCcesf. lancient E y vtianl art
lot worai the chapter. Mr. King also holds .vtr ti.)' redtll. I' evidently
it n onie one else was present at the the office of Master of the See- 'oisists oc several boxes or can-
latter part of Dick's narrative. The ond Veil in Nassau Chapter No. Oples, ole within the othllr. In-
rhe N l /,1olnent he became uware of Mrs. 49 R al Arch -ason'l th' last nle thie nliln i of
<1 Beldingis presence he remembered 49,iRoyal l Ph:ir;th will e 1'.,nol, ti lt-
lwso n"faneyitng he lhad heard tier call. antixprt i
news experts firmly helieve.
,ncw he u as certain she had done so. A.luINTRATIolN %'l'It.: Hiow the Egyptia.lls mnl'il d
%i--l Mercedes and Nell. however, had been In te attr.. tat. of to buil the .h at t C l
i "Hillo, Dick! Good News and Badl" and still were oblivious to everything 1Hailig. ie-.-ased: 11
expt Dick's recital. He saw Mrs. *NCc'iT'i. is. lher,-ci m, t;iat I. 1., tnll- W'ithinl a tillb is iillkiaV.lI.
and ,pr. S. F'rr-ira. a, Asdittnittrtrtx --, Skilled workers must hVt' put
r Dick's hand. "Hadt no trouble finding Belding cast a strange. Intent glance the estate of Antln i .sd Skilled workers must livg, d put
your friend Thorne. Looked like he'd upon Nell, then turn and go silently f'.l. ,,-' nue ltt ay ..l .'t L A I togetl tr Lit by bit ill the re-
orne been (trunk for a week! Say, he through the pathh. .n i.- h.'a.I. Il% n :n .1 I, -, '-t' spa.i cut out( o ht" t rck
nearly threw a lit. I never saw a fel- Dick was haunted by the strange ex- %nil ftr Ni .a m ,'*,t. there is no C t room at
. low so wild with i,,y. He made sure presslon he had caught on Mrs. Beld- ask for tit,- aiprotval o,f nt -int! i r. -,1
sallI you and .Mercede.s were lost in the Ing's face, especially the look In her tti-l :, e i, I. .;-l,-e.- *la -i..e ..l a -.,
lie' iro yene t'curt fm- r i, t % -T ilt.r roy ;a ,. !, e, l it' rc,va litill niuv V:.-z |)l'41}0-
v.i d desert. lI \vr"note two letters, whilli eyes. It had heen one of repressed ii\. nit 014-1 ..u m
I brought. <'.slita is one h-1 of Ipain liberated In a flash of certainty. 1. I t.-Is t .1. ..r M". A A plac ld t .erl til-t ;,nd then
er, ..' pIllco those day-. I tried to get your The mother hadl seen how far he had M.\I:II-: .s tKi:l.(1-: 1 1itiu r llA We'r-te c cit Ir, roundid
rite,., lbtggalge.'unl think I made a mistake. gone on the road of love. Perhaps she Nha. iant1 irt t 1. *
an.i WVe're' goig to see travel toward had seen mnore--even more than he Fi,ri Find Statute f 2:at
,1 .-, Forlorn Itver.. The' federal garrison dared hope. .... :: .


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got re-enforcements frorn somewhere.
and is holding out."
"Do you think we'll have trouble
here'?" asked Dick. excitedly.
"Sure. Some kind of trouble
sooner or later," replied lWIding.
gloomily. "Anyway, my boy. as 0soon
as you can hold a bridle and a gun
yotl'll he on the Job, don't mistake
lae."
"Witl .Luddy and Jim?'" isked
Dick. trying to be eol.
"Sure. With theru and me. and by
yourself."
Dick drew a deep breath, and even
after Belding had departed he forgot
for a moment about the letter In his
hand. Then he unfolded the paper
andl read:
"liear Dick- You've more than saved
viy life To the end of my days you'll
be the one mania tt. whom I owe every-
thing. Words fall to express my feelings.
"This must be a brief note. Belding is
waiting, and I used up most of the time
writing to Mere-des
"I'm leaving Mercedes in your charge,
subect, of course, to advice from Belding.
Take wrapped up in her. By all means keep
her from being i-een by Mexicans. We
ar,- sitting tight here-nothing doing.
"If things quiet down before my conm-
miasion expires. I'll get leave qf absence,
run out to Forlorn River, marry my
beautiful Spanish princess, and take her
to a Il ilized country, where, I opine.
e% ery son of a gun who sees her will lose
his head, and drive me niad. Dick. harken
to these glad words: Rojas is In the hos-
pital. I was Interested to Inquire. He
hatl a tnmashed tinker. a dislocated collar
bone. three broke-ia rlhs, and a fearful
gash ot hisa ace. Het'll i In the hospital
for a month. Dick. w' hn I meet that pig-
headed daLd of yours I'mn going to gtve
hiim the surprise of his liet
"Send me a line. whenever any one
comes In from F. It. and in-lose Mer-
cedes' letter In yours. Take care of her
Dick. and nmay the future hold In store
for you some of the sweetness I know
now Faithfully y.oir.
"THORN E."
While Dick iaes rating his supper,
W~h appetite raplill. returning to nor-
mal. Ladd and Jim came Ln. Their
friendly advances Vere alsaglarly
welcome. o (Gile. but he wa still
backward. He allowed himself to
show that he was glad to see thA*.
and he listened. It took no keen Judge
of human nature to see that horss
constituted Ladd's ruling pasai..
"Shore It's a cinch Beldin' is agoln'
to lose loue vt them-animals of hiq,s.
he said. "You can search me If I don't
think there'll be more dola' oe the bor-
der here than along the Rio Grande."
"Look-a-here. Laddy; you cala't be-











PamSh NASSAU COUTW! Ii~Dm~ ~$ANDINA PLORIbA Friday, Mares 9, 192~l


The Vast Resources

That Are Behind You!


T HE -strength of each Member Bank of
the Federal Reserve System is practi-
" cally the combined strength of the. entire
system.


If there were no ot
would be a sufficient r
entrust your banking
institution.
4 Per Cent Int
Savings A
Deposits made by t
draw interest for the f


FIRST NATIONAL BA
S FERNANDIN

L -


LOCAL AND

Mr. T. B. Clark spent Monday
in Jacksonville on business.
Mrs. Tyler Miller spent Wed-
nesday in Jacksonville.
*
Mrs. Gertrude Haddock spent
Monday in Jacksonville.
*
A. S. Allan went to Jackson-
ville Monday.
D. A. Partin went to Jackson-
ville Monday.
0
Hair Pins, Safety Pins, Hair
Nets, etc. Always something
new to be had at Suhrer's.

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Martin mo-
tored to Jacksonville for the day
on Wednesday.
S
FOR SALE-F o u r-burner
Florence oil range with baker.
Apply at Flacks' Cigar Store.
a
Mrs. J. L. Horsey and Miss
Frances Horsey spent Wednes-
day in Jacksonville.
*- *
FOR RENT-Four-room fur-
nished cottage on South Tenth
street. Mrs. S. Carrio. tf
*
L. L. Owens, of Evergreen,
was a visitor to the county seat
on Tuesday.
J. C. Ogilvie, of Callahan,
spent several days here this
week.
A. J. Johnson, of Chester,
spent several days here this
week on business.
*
A. N. Jones, of Yulee, was a
business visitor to the county
seat on Tuesday.
*
Capt. T. S. Davis was home
from Jacksonville Saturday and
Sunday.
*
Fresh strawl)erries for Satur-
day at the United Fruit & Cigar
Store.
*
R. J. Ray. of Miami, was the
guest of his niece. Mrs. H. A.
Jones, and family, on Sunday.
*
FOR RENT-2-story house.
7 rooms and garage. 113 South
Eighth st. Reasonable rent.
Apply to S. W. Gluck.


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EVERY


Dr


TOILET ARTI
MEDICINES,
GARS, STATI(


S .


her reason, this alone
eason- why you should
ig' business to this

erest Paid On
Accounts.
he 10th of the month
full month.


IK OF FERNAN IKIA
A, FLORIDA




PERSONAL

Mr. R. B. Tilley, of Gainesville, t
spent the past week-end in- town (
with Mrs. Tilley at the home of
1- -- 11 T T__ Y 11 .. !


Open ?Ar S'ew Rj RjrW Om,.~sj LAw ff..


Vhe


,stone J1otel


-Meals Week Days, 75c-


Sunday Dinner
$..00



The ladies of St. Peter's Par- Mr. and Mrs. Marion Moore, .
ish Guild will have ab cake sale of Jacksonville, spent the week-i
at Waas' Drug Store Saturday, end in Fernandina, the guests
March 10th, at 3:00 o'clock. of Mrs. Moore's mother and sis-
'ter, Mrs. Thoma's and Miss Josie
Ladies' four button K id Thomas. *
Gloves to close out this season's *
stock for $1.69 per pair at Mu-' FOR SALE-Fryers, dressed, I
lirkey's. per lb., 50c; Friers, live, per
-,- Ilb.,40c; Hens, dressed, per lb.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whitney 45c; Hens live, per lb., 35c;
and daughters, Misses Kath- Phone No. 39. Dressed chickens
erine and Marie, were among Saturday only. Atlantic Fruit
those motoring to Jacksonville Stand. No. 5, Atlantic Ave.


Tow
Sheffie/d
&Reproductions
Casseroles. askingg ishes.
Roasters, Veyetable dishes ,
-rycrs. Pio /Pates. Cic. in
TOw, leasing DDesigns.
Stron., Durablo thairt mill
yract. any twell appointed
table.

S. 9runwa l
fewe/er
S w e


.1


ner moiner, irs. J.. L. norsey. saturday. in connection with a deal for the original celery growers. She
-* FOR RENT Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klotz and.;
FO-R- .rN-U* fl a of .. *F chi.lr and Mrs. .Cl K i ng some timber lands. from the firm is much charmed with Fer-
FOR RENT-Upper flat of FOR R E N T Four-room children and Mrs. H. C. King,, D i ,- o .p ..
four rooms, kitchen, bath and house with sleeping porch. motored to Jacksonville Sunday of L. A. Davis & L.ro.. Messs. iina aid predicts profitable
hall. Apply at Flacks' Cigar kitchen and bath room. Beech and.spent the day with the Braddock and Burney having re- agriul!ural progress for this
Store. street. FODALE BROS. 6t. former's brother-in-law and sis- cently negotiated for all the tim- .sct ion.
"ter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerings- ber in McQueen and Plummer
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Wilds and Lieutenant Fernandez Roger wald, at their new home in Av- swamps, which they state %ili (ie that old lot with a shah-
daughter, Miss Gladys, of Wilds' Mr. Carlos Rivero, of Havana, ondale. require about five ears to t. b fence a thorough- cleaning
Landing, were in the city Mon- Cuba, and party, were the guests They are erecting a nil outhen if you can't afford
day. of Captain Lewis, of Havana, at Mirs Mnzies and Miss Heten three miles from YulM~. UP. ."dd th"n i you can t afford
the Keystone last Tuesday. ,Menzies, of Wilmington, N. C., I ,1 l' uild a new fence, for good-
Send your dyeing and clean- arrived Wednesday evening for Mr. Frank Takach. of Santord. ness sake tear down anid hbtl
ing to Rogers & Jones, 611 Main 500 McCall's new srin a visit with the Misses Wiliams accompanied by his mother. Mrs. that present unsightly spec-
St., Jacksonville, Fla. We pre-terns for yourseection. De at their home on South Ninth B. E. Takach, and his wife, w(er t ade.
pay parcel postage on returning.? signs to suit every taste and oc- street. Mrs. Menzies was for- visitors ii Fernandina for seI-
,* of merely Miss Vorhees, and made eral days this week. The party ANNOITNCEMENT
Isaac Flacks has b casion. Also variety of trans- Fernandina her home many "motored up on Tuesday. rcturn-
ing the past several days in lr'. years ago. She has a number ing Thursday morning Mrs. A. Fl. llopkins wishes lto
Brunswick and Savnnaha G. of friends here who will wel- Ernest Molnar and little daiugh- ;.i: :,inct that she now has on
runswican vanna a. Mr. Albert D. Simon and come her return. ter, Dorothy May, returned with 'i-lav an attractive assortment
with relatives. daughter, Mrs. Jack Biggs, re- ." them for a short visit. Mlrs. ,., of -pring millinerv in dress,
turned Tuesday evening, after a i E. Takach is.one of t hu pi' ) .. l'il] r,'l('.d hihdrell',
Thomson's Glovefitting Girdle delightful motor trip down after The J. R. Watkins Company E. Takach is one of the pioneer si i. tailored and children's
Corsets -nd ts.el frn o will employ a lady or gentleman residents of Sanford and ne of model>. *
Corsets and topless models forl East and West coasts, agen in oaad Worgentyeatkins
slight figures at $1 at Mular- agent in Fernandina. Watkins
key's. W.alo. Products are known everywhere ,
Mrs. D. Hicks, of waldo, ac- and our salespeople make big t
Louis Goldstei and -L A compared by her son-in-law incomes. Investigate this op-I
Klarer, proprietors of the Bake- Tid daughter,Mr. an Mrs. W. opportunity! Full particulars and
Rite Bakery, spent Tuesday af- Tilis, of J acksonville, motor- valuable samples sent free to
ternoon in Jacksonville. ed to Fernandina Tuesday. hustlers who mean business. r
S* .Write today. The J. R. Watkins
McCas Magrs. H. Swearingen has as Co. Dept. 86, Memphis. Tenn. THE UNIVERSAL CAR
McCall's Magazine, Embroid- her guests this week, her moth- *
ery Book and Spring Quarterly e H
now on sale and subscriptions er, Mrs. 1. P. Higginbotham, and The J. R. Watkins Company
now on sale and subscriptions sister, Miss Annie Higginboth- will employ lady or gentleman Fou Why You Should
taken at Mularkey's. am. of Italia. in W
agken at na. ,dina.Watkins' Four Reasons Wh You Should
M.**Products are known every-W y
S M. Carrier, of Jack- P. S. Fagan made a business where, and our salespeople make .
sonville, arrived Saturday to be trip to Tampa the first of last big incomes. Investigate this
the guest of Mrs. J.M. Roux forweek, going from there by rail i atia
several days. to New York and Boston, Mass. and valuable samples sent free
The well known brandHanereturning on Sunday. to hustlers who mean business. 1
Naninsook Union Suits for men, Write today. The J. R. Wat- The unprecedented demand foi Ford ars throughout
atN$1. Also athletic shirts men, Granite Art Squares, size kings Co.. Dept. 85, Memphis, the winter months ha- ak.en the ( t ire output of the
drawers in stock athletic shirt's ad912, in attractive designs that Tenn. 3-2-231 ,.
drawers in stock at Mularkey s. have the appearance of expen- Ford plants working ;t c'apl'ity. indicating that the
Mr. Frank Swearingen fsive rugs and wear well. Now Miss Marie Ryan, of New' demand this Spring will I, ft' in 'exTe.s ot the numbl-r
Ch arleston Swearingen, of being offered at $9.98 at Mular- York, who has been the charm-, of Ford Cars thai ,an pssihl,. ihe uill
of Charleston, waS. J. Kennardst key's. ing guest of Col. and Mrs. N. B.
of his aunt, Mrs. S. J. Kennard, : Borden for the past two weeks,
Jr. for the week-end. r Borden for the past two weeks, n
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gorenflo sailed from Jacksonville Sunday u \
Dress f u for Easter Sunday' and children,. accompanied by for her home. She was accom- January \vas the tenth uclictiive month ii1 which
Dress up for Easter Sunday! reMr. and Mrs. Allen Murphy. panied as far as Jacksonville by retail deliveries ex.ceded 100,000 Ford Cars and Trucks.
duce expenses by ordering youre- formed a congenial party motor- Col. Borden, Miss Sadie Ryan I Requirements for Februaryv, the month when prepara-
Spring Suit at Mularkey's. ing to Jacksonville, via Callahan, and Mr. Armond Lemal, of tions are already undti *r way for Spring business, called
S a Sunday. 'Ghent, Belgium. Miss Sadye for 148.407 Cars a:ld Trucks-more than 24,000 in ex-
Mr. Josie Allison and sister, Ryan left the following day by
Miss Annie Lee Allison, of Live The many friends of Mrs. G. rail for her home in New Yok, .ess ot the number we. ca.! possibly pr, diue.
Oak wo have been the guestsH. Yates will be glad to learnafter a delightful visit in Fer-
Oak, who have been the guestsd that she is improving, after ainandina. Ill.
ams Seventh and Beechsister, Mrs. J. M. Ad- recent operation for appenditi Ford dealers in many parts of the country are already
have just returned Beechfrom a moto., in St. Luke's hospital, Jackson- You will not regret taking ad- finding it necessary to specify future delivery dates on
have just returned from a motor ville. vantage-of the opportunity of- ft.e
trip to Miami, having been ac- feared you thefew days we are in Ford Products because there are ino reserve stocks to 1
companies b Mrs. Adams. Frank Ward, Ashley Sanders Fernandina. We earn the good- draw from.
...... and Jim Morse left on Sunday will and recommendation of ev-
aboard the U. S. S. B. Coldwater ery one we work for. We know ;I.
for a cruise of several months to our work to the minutest detail' Your order placed .,, w ill ,r,,tt .you against delay
$ European points, having enlist- and consequently results are sat- r K e. l 1 ou cl
ed as members of the ship's isfactory. Cleaning, repairing, or disappointme:t later on-It is the only way you can
N G crew for the voyage. overhauling family sewing ma-' he assured of rea>-,nable prompt delivery.
H IN G IN FO0 chines. The Roberts Co. Sewing
FOR SALE- Water fobnt Machine Experts, Phone 55-J.i We consider it important to give vou these facts, so
land 50x225. leading from street Eighth and Cedar streets. that if you are planning to purchase a Ford Car. Truck
with shrimp canning and pack- S 5 5
Ug s ing plant thereon. All nces- Among the visitors to Fer- or Foraon Tracor for use this Spring or Summer you
sary machinery, building21x15. nandina on Tuesday were J. R. can list your order at once and take advantage of our
Apply to J. B. G. HALL, Fernan-. Braddock, of Callahan, and Wm. dealer's first opportunity to make delivery.
dina, Fla. Burney, of Yulee, who came over
CLES, PATENT -------- -- -
CANDIES, CI- '" -, 1f / i 0 / f prf 'i1 f
ON : King's C sh Grocery I)ETROIT. MICHIG;AN


AruN Store O N FSTOKES-PASSIEU MOTOR CO,
NA, FLORIDA Quality GoHd far Ptia Pepl HILLIARD, FLORIDA
AGENT OR GOOD MNBAL WATRI A SMALL DEPOSIT AND EASY PAYMENTS IF I


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