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: June 8, 1923
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075899
Volume ID: VID00033
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
alephbibnum - 002001190
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Ferinandina. Fia.. Juneic t.
Re?.tular meeting of the ('ity
('outcil i hl this d;Je. Present:
Siouncilmen Harlde.. h.I1Murra.\"
raurinuen. ,lMerrow. M ularlkey
di, 'll li l'..
I"1 l'i <. > \\a;is,. Conicilmnin MlhiIarke y.
l'tiiirnlman 04oI ht i'ina.ite m:lnmiI-
lt'ev, was appilitded pr.sidt pro
Minulite,. of May Of L ;uii, 6lith
were re:adl and approved.
IlepNi' of. the : icity l lt,.-i
l ird ilp.|. t h .-;o isd eIt<. lol I
lihl on u\ l it he '2::'. w' .s i .i
.il, ord i', spreadd 1ll lli
trtiltue-s of' the COtuiiAil.
Councilman Ittaix Iiiereuponi
i ti'lot neI d the 'ollo tii resolii-
I !o?ll
Whereas, it appears l'rom the
certificate of the city canvass-
ing hoard, dated May 2411h, and
prlesentd at this meeting of the
,-il \ council, that said bl)::rdl had
ihily canvassed as re(luired by
i.lw, all of ithe reti-ris (if the in-
: p.'ctors and clerks l'or the spec-
i : lvctihwi held in saidl City of
Ictroaldinia on Wednesday. May
'dr. .1923, and furt her, from
-aid ce'rti'icat-s of said city call-
\assinig appears that the
ottal nbinmi.rT of votes cast at
.-aid elect 'ii was Three Hund-
r,.d ;.;d i Thirtyqeight, (338).
'hii the total number of
..i ast "For Ratification of
sil pr opose.d charter of the City
Sf Fer-niandina, Florida, (said
c-';i7ter 8949 of the laws of
F!o, ht.> Special Acts of 1921),"
\:, (fioe 4Iiiidrled and Seventy-
.' 'i,. (177).
. ,n' that t he total number of
\ .1 .4;1 i r'11 i' ,e:! tchiarter of the
; ti o!' lciiti;ratidina. Florida,
1-aid 'h;i-p.'r 89)19 of the Laws
:.f lFlorhii. Special A(ts of
1921. ) w:'. One eHuindred and
Fifty-olin j ) :
The 'i*o'' It' It Re.solved l y
b!e .'iy cotn'l ill ofl lih ('it. of
Il,'r ilandiiia. "hat t lie said Act
Il1ihe Legi.aire oIl thre State
if "l orid. (( it ipter 84', Spec-
ial Acts ," 1i' :11),. entitled. "Anl
A, i, o Al-l:. lth the 'r' eri.t Mi;n-
i,'inidl .,' ,i *. i.ll! if l he C itl oi
.' ass:tau. ii I;.t S ll;.t of' Flo,'id ,
::tl to ('' ';atE, Establlish and Or-
.'..i i. .j M municipality to be
K iiv, t' ,i ;!tf! I ).-lg it<:t.-d : lit,
'. t ...'iyliiii, and Iu Ih'-
iii<-' 1 'i elorial Ih ilun lhirie..
; t::d o l I'i,, t'e for its Govern-
mnltlli .1 i-,ihl ioilo s. lowel's,
;'li- 'rivile'ges." ,
dii.\ i; t;.I ,, 1, '" a majority vote
,,f i '1, li.ld electors of said
ii i',' ''' ian ii dilia, voting at
I 1: i ; .'; I hid ti said ctit 0 1
A fdi 1 I 2rd dlayv of
\:,\. A 1. 1923, under the
1. i ; i- ii'ons of said
A< .., I: |lli isn illce of tile
,' ,1:1 .,-. i;: -., d ly the C ity
( i'".t .. itiy on April, 18
*2:,. ,:.,! iipprove'd iy the May
,,r ,,,i .\',-ii 19. 1 i'2 .
*,;i' i..- ,oinpletioni of th
*,.:;'i t. 1i I t' foregoing resolu
li, ,. i *n. :tman Roux moved
itii ... i. ,: tiereof by th<
t < I ; '
Th, :r.t ,. :..; made by Coun
<'v'.man l.,;\" wa.s duly second(
bv Co', .n> !min Hlardee and tun
: i il.pted.
\\ t'< ,*; thii ie president o
',. : L: 'i cared the sai
i,- ,;i ',, iav'e been duly a
'oI ''Ii be council.
!.,,htr:., lirs. asked to be re
itd. L.;I .,;L,.r their bond of thi
Sit tir ';,. faithful perform
;:, ,. v duties in the up

k'p t ".. -.,'w-rage system a
per ti.,.i'r 'aitrait-t with the citY
,ith 'i\,,ird(l on May 18, 1923
tOn n,,' .i. it was ordered
Sh;at i'** ,:ird of Public Work:
,. a;-<,d ,, make a thorough in
" i *' 1 ihe sewerage sys
tin and r-1 *port to council if i
,:- 1.: ti, release saii
...' :;t' committee was au
I:'LTr'. i,,, ten lighter load
, I :li-il .. l .i r t.n in order t



Fernandina defeated the tast Members of the Fernal ii.
EDEA Brunswrick, Ga. baseball team Chamber of Commerce wertheD ELECTED PAUGI
11_ here yesterday in the prettiest guests of the Merrimar Chi, ;i r I l ll A u1
J i game of the sason by a score of the club house at the beack ast; D L 1IN A UGU
'2 to 1. The f~ihermen lauded night at a fish supper, the --- ___
SCALLAHAN on Meadows, rin.mwick's pitch- ent being attended by a larg THE BAHAI MESSAGE The % voters of Fernandi
ing ace, and sent him to the number of the members. vote at a Special Election
bench in the first frame, garner- The new club house was comr- third Tuesda in August
Callahan, June 7.-Mrs. C. G. ing three hits and two runs te- leted about two weeks ago, and! Professor Ladd of the Uni- is to serv the eletorate
i' test and daughter, of Jackson- fore the smoke cleared. Gard- the crowd last night probably: versity of North Dakota at Far- i ,n the city commissi
Silhv, are the guests of the form- ner replaced him and'held the outnumbered those present on go. wishing to ascertain the real thi.1 nnmbets of the c
er s sister, Mrs. J. C. Ogilvie. locals in check the remainder of the opening night. quality of North Dakota wheat, sio being elected for oi
.Mrs. J.i A. Carpenter and sons the contest. Itarvey, the old re- After a fish dinner repletl. in ; uilt a small mill on the college .nd three .ears from the
are enjoying a visit at Mont liable speed king, was shoving.every detail, talks were mad l,.\ campus, which is said to offer hrge. The special act as
Verde with the former's parents, 'em down the alley in the cus- a number, Albert D. Simon. grading facilities for all vae- the 193 on of th
Mr. and Mrs. Harper. teromary way. and caused ten of press i d e n t ; E. W. Baile y. ties of wheat. Henceforth his ida legislature. amendin
Miss Caroline Lang 'is spend- the Georgians to fan the ozone.- secretary, D. H. Ground. Geo. L. wheat bulletins have been the charter adopted on the 2
ing a few days with her sister, He gave up three scattered hits Roux. S. J. Kennard, F. H. Gor- inspiration of the North Dakota May at a special election
Ars. Reddick, at Stewart, Fla. and walked two. The box score enflo and P. C. Kelly being farmer, and have provided many for that purpose, is as f
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur and Mr will tell the story. fmong the number who address- a slogan for the agitators of the A BILL To BE ENT
amd Mrs. Moncrieflbofur andkso FDNA. AB R H PO A gE'ed the meeting. The question of Non-Partisan League, rousing AN ACT TO AMBENDE
vile, visited Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Kelly, ss. 4 1 I 2 2 bonding the county for enough them to rebellion against the AN Chapter 8949
artler on Sunday. Flood, lb 3 .0 0 12 1 01money to build a road from Fer- commercial l exploitation of 123 (f Chapter 89
ev. Hitworth and DuBose, 4 1 1 1 0 andina to Baldwin was discuss- which they believed themselves Acts of the Legislature
is. l'i and N-ia Whit- Arms'g, If. I I 0 ed. and P. C. Kelly moved that to be the constant objects.
llieand NoraWhit-afNsucot% The. ent municipal government
wrl I, of Silver Palm, Fla., visit Jones, c ... 0 1 10 0 0 motorcade of Nassau cuu The economic teachings of ('i o ei'nandina in th
ed ,rieds hvere on wednesday. Zav'ky, 2b. 3 0 0 o 5 0 p'oPle be gotten up to make a Abdul Baha as so tar outlined, i f Nass a iu the S
The Misses Whitworth were en Flood, rf 3 0 1 1 I tour of several South Florida, refers more particularly to thos-e san
route to Tallahassee to take a Harvey, p.... 3 0 0 0 4 )0 counties in order that they may financial relations which vitally lorida, and to cieato
roure at tlahesumme r hoolke Nagel, cf 2 0 0 1 0 0 see what good roads.are doing concern the individual. There and organize a municipal
thourse at the summer hool Roux, cf 1 0 0 0 for thlower end of the State. are other statements of the ite known Fernand dinatedand
there.. A.--- --- ---- A committee was appointed to great Bahai leaders, both Baha City of Fernandina, and
Messrs. W. A. Johnston and ~,Total 29v 2 5 27 16 3 carry out Mr. Kelly's plan. 'Ollah and Abdul Baha., which fne its territorial bo
\W. ld.ickett spent Sunday at Or- The first resolution passed refer to the world cmoditions and to provide for its
rs. John Morgan Jones and BRUNS. AB R H PO A E was to the effect that the Fer- illustrated by the great war, and chises .and privileges.
two sons of Tampa, are the Daniels, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0 nandina Chamber of Commerce the results flowing from it. Es and privileges.
!w t oMr. and Mrse. L. L. Burns, 3b 4 0 0 2 2 0 is not in politics and that no po- These matters are intensely in- BE IT ENACTED BY
usts o Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hodges, c .... 4 0 0 9 0 0 litical discussions would be tol- terestinr,' not only because LEGISLATURE OF
MrsChrissie Jones and son Grd'n'r, p-lb 4 1 0 0 2 01 crated at the meetings. many of these statements, ut- STATE OF FLORIDA:
are spending a few days at M'd'ws, p-lb 3 0 0 5 1 i. The affair was one of genu- tered years ago, have been al- Section 1. That $ecti
Jacksonville. Beach, If ---4 0 1 0 0 i ne pleasure to all who attended ready fulfilled, because they of Chapter 8949, Special
Jars. L.ckso Wintvill e i visitin Leavy, rf... 4 0 1 0 0 0fand the Chamber of Commerce outlined for us the possibilities the Legislature of 1921.
her laughterr Mrs. Eddie Lee G'dbread, 2b 4 0 1 4 4 0 extends the Merrimar Club a of a union of nations, ensuring the same is hereby amen
Higginbotham, at Italia: Lockw'od, ss S 0 0 2 4 0 vote of thanks for its hospital- permanent peace, and creating as to read as follow.;:
Rev. C. E. Saunders occupied Levison, c.... 1 0 0 0 0 (*ity. a feeling of universal tolerance Section 123. Elections
the pulpit atthAvondale Rap- ---- ATTING AVERAGESand love, such as has not been gular municipal election!
ithe chulpirch at tJacksonvle ap-on Total 1.34 3 24 I BA 1 OFN VERAGES C previously known among men, be held on the third Tues
Snda morni andthe torand would go far to create that August of each year. T
Dr Lambert occupied the Bapt Summary-Earned r u n A H Av"earthly paradise" of which person shall be allowed 1
tistDr. it hert, occupied d the Ba Fernandina, 2; Brunswick, 0. Ogilvie H A..... Abdul Baha so frequently at any election for the p
Wi am Motes Freeman, of First base on balls-off Harvey, DuBose 19 8 421 speaks. f of electing city commis
Miami, is the guest of J. C. 2; off Meadows, 1. Left on Armstrong 19 348 More than forty years ago, for said city, who is not a
Jones. bases-Fernandia, ; Bruns- p -t 1 3'8 Baha Ollah gave a remarkable tied voter under the Sta
MidM -,h Jones .i s.iefing m M- '. ri fe atb. .tllu at A t 4,
her vation t Gree B Struck out-by rv Kel humanity faced in he ap- ty TernandinaT
ering yee n-10; by Gardner, 9 Doub elly 7 318 proaching years. He described mIonths prectding such e
SrMiss Martha ............Braddock, of play-Burns to Meadows. Jones 15 5 3250 the gigantic war we~ have ex- andwho has inot register
Miss Martha Lee Braddock, of play-Bums to Meadows Jones 12 3 2.50 perienced, declaring that it voter of said city, in suce
Jacksonville, spent Sunday with Time of game, 1:35. .O'Hagen -- 5 1 2 d would involve all the principal t ,,r a abe prescribed
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Umpire-Surrency. oux.. 15 3 200 would involve all the principal as may prescri
her parents. Mr. a r s. reyou ....... 5 21 countries-of the old world, but dinance. The City Comm
Braddock. Miss Martha's sis- J. Flood ------16 2 125 that the United States wl h rs. shall, by ordinaa'c
ter, Miss; ertie, accompanied SWEDISH FISHERMAN Harvey' 19 2 1,5 ot bthe invitedates would He scri. the ny orinanc
her home on her return to Jack- DROWNED YESTERDAY Average Club Batting 298 said however that this republic of hodig elect iots whi
sInville for a few weeks' visit. -i diel I h
II. J. lraddh-k returned on Charlie Asplund, a Swede, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ouhld intervene in the great be called and held, and wh
Sunday from Tavares. who was employed as a fisher- war to bring about peace, and in ,l ~,i hvileth l for ,l the
Messrs. T. W. Carter and T. ran for S. Salvador, was drown- This is to certify that I have this way would have its place in ,f tIhis Act, and all el
L. Carter. of Ocala, visited their &d yesterday morning while en- sold all my right, title and in- the mighty struggle. He said shall be conducted substa
father, I. C. Carter, on Saturday gaged in the pursuit of his la- terest in Waas' Drug Store to many significant things in re- 01n the principal adopted
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mel,, bors. His foot became entangl- Glyndon H. Waas. gard to the status of the various .at, elections, insofar a
I !.h of ,lIk.,lonr. (a., were the ed in the net, which dragged himn W. THEO WAAS, M. D. nations after the war. speaking is .i cll-ic( wit h the Nt
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. overboard, drowning him before Fernandina, Fla., May 26th, of it as a disintegrating l'or.e lhis Act pro%.uded,. hat t
Cushing on Wednesday. the body could be recovered. 1923. for the autocracy of the past, commissioners may, by
Miss WeIls is.visiting which must disappear under the nance, prescribe the r
her sister. Mrs. Fit zhugh ones, i---.- splendid new conditions dawni- mn i ,ir and conduct of
at ( )cala. i for h.t,,, anitv. i h ia lla i It ,s tolf su, l citv nt i .
MVr'. *l Wells have vrotet a series of unique 'Itlers .V~ t h thi-s At.
mo. aved Mto .lT.. ell summer addressed to the rulers of t lhe Sction 2. All laws an
months world, announcing his ow!; ad- of laws in conflict here
Mrs. 8.(. a M of Miami, is Oer G ood L ist ther d n it the s ale here

M rs. E li Pworld should become uni ed as q',,q' effect ivt, on its bect
M rs. E pp ie llou nt is spend P epsod en t T oo th P aste $ 4 -M ; nev r 1 1 1 [wo A d v ir .
ing a few days at Sanderson. .. ... never lefore-Adv. lw.
f Miss Eitelyn Mudge, of Fort Pebecco Tooth Paste .50
P pierce, and Miss 'Cev'ie Roberts, Colgates Tooth Paste .. .10 and .25 "."A ROSE DIREA.1" AT {I,:x .. ihAMIPTON JONES T
1 of Ocala. were the guests of Miss pana Tooth Paste 50 A C'OMPLETE Si('. i,:ss SPEAK HERE TO
I Theodora Pace recently. Ipana Tooth Paste
Julius Spears left on Satur- Forhan's Tooth Paste .35 and .U)i The fairyv operetta pre-, ented .1. llarnpton.Jones, of C(
, day for Graceville, Fla., where Listerine Tooth Paste .50 'at the Rex Theatre on the .v'en- who has recently return
_ he will occupy the pulpit of the A n i P ing of Thursday, May 3Ist. lvy Tallahassee. where he
Baptist church during the sum- Anti-Dy-O Tooth Paste the .vung pupils o'f the F.-r:~ia- ented the copnty in th
e mer months. Kolynos Tooth Paste :) dmina I''ivate School, ',as :t s('- i, -ranch ol the Stat* legi
- Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pickett SanitolToth Pa .."o cess. the chilhr'',n, ho ',.r- all will speak at the court h<
1 motored to Jacksonville on Tues- S naste -T-- -Pquite small, impersonating the night at eight o'clock. M
e day. Accident Tooth Paste ........ various characters in a v-ery la,.s that he' has sor
Misses Roselen Nobles and Graves Tooth Paste .:'0 pleasing manner, not a single good to tell us about the
- Louise Jones and Messrs. Roy Ft Tooth Paste .25 failure being noted in "The r:ose e'd ship calal.
d Wingate and Clifford Brandies ulton Toot-- .- -- Dream," a sweet little fairy

. spent Sunday at Folkston, Ga. Norwich Tooth Paste---------.- 35 play in two acts. The various Mrs. F. H. Hobein and
Clarence Higginbotham has Senreco Tooth Paste A). drills, dancing and singing w-re ter., Dorothy., left on Sun
f returned home, after spending carried out in detail. Tlfe sc.n- a visit of two weeks to r
d the. past three years in army Lyons Tooth Paste -- h) cry was beautiful. The stage in Bamberg. S. C. Th(
- service at Brownville, Texas. Lyons Tooth Powder 3.34 converted into a veritable flower a;-rompanied by little M
Hon. J. Hampton Jones re- Welters Tooth Powder garden, filled with fairies, elves, en Cook, who spent
. turned on Wednesday from Tal- ers ooth Powder etc., with Rose lying asleep and months here, the guest
e lahassee. Calox Tooth Powder- dreaming, with little Miss Ida, aunt. Mrs. Hobein was
- The death of Mrs. Cathryn Coltes Tooth Powder ..5 May Smith as Rose. Margaret. companied by her moth<
- Giles occurred on Wednesday the pretty little daughter of Mr. Weeks of Jacksonville.
s morning at 10 o'clock. Deceas- Rubifoam Dentrifice Liquid .o tand Mrs. O. M. Haverstick. was
y ed had been in declining health, Sozodont Dentrifice Liquid .50 the queen of the fairies. Their Miss Fredericka Whit
. for some months. She is sur-1 Meade & Baker's Mouth Wash .25 little son. John Lee, cleverly car- rived yesterday from
d vived by her husband and three Ma r & k Mouth ied out the role of Hop-o'-Mv- where she has just recent
s children. The remains were! Strongs Arnica Tooth Soap ...----------...........-------. 5 Thumb, an elf. The solos by pleted a very successful
- taken to North Carolina for1 Pyorrhocide Powder .-.. --------------. little Misses Vera Grunwald, primary teacher in th,
;- interment. I Dorothy Hobein and Tom Fazio there.
t THRI'S SOMUTHIc *EW HlRE AiL THE TIM' were beautifully rendered. The i
d Isam Evans, one of the pio-. fancy dancing by Miss Char- whole school did much c
neer colored residents of Fer- lotte Messick and her song, "In its teachers. Mrs. Irvin
I- nandina. and a highly respected Jewelry- J. GeC. Suhrer--Drugs Fairy Land," were much enjo-' sck, Mrs. Frank Graha
s negro, died suddenly Sunday ed. The duet sung by little: Miss Nell Davis. Mrs.
o morning. Two other negroes Misses Louise Lasserre and Mol- conductedd the musical p


ina will
on the
on who
nf the
on, the
le. two
city at
e Flor-
I the
2;'rd of
n held
' 1921.
ie pres-
t of the
t 'otlui-
ktte of
ality to
as the
to de-
T lf E

on 123:
Acts of
lie and
ided so

s shall
sday in
hat no
to vote
a quali-
te law,
,i the
or six
-d as a
h man-
by or-
e, pre-
h shall
iich are
for the
s there
*rms of
tie CitO
ill elec-

d parts
with be

huall be-
)ming a

d from
e lwer
slat lire,
iuse to-
r. Jones

day for
ey were
iss Hel-

of her
also at-
er, Mrs.

ney ar-
tly corn-
term as
e school

'redil to
ig Mes-
im and






Friday. June S,~, 19.


macCKR PsMWrr. dIao.or maed Pr.
MUtored at the postoffice at Fernandina.
Mlorld., as second-class mall matter.
Local and Long Distance .
Phone, 40
One Year ............. ............... ...... $1.
Months. .76
".ile Copy .06

An ounce 4lo pluck is worth a
pound of luck.
In the old days the rule was tof,
look before you leaped. but in
these days you should analyze
before you drink.
When a baby cries it is in
pain-or it may be thinking of
the kind of people who Ihai i
be i.. kissing it.
The world is getting better.
At least, that ;pa of i t known
as Mexico, is. Or it Iliny 1be lli:iat
the eist-while landitlls delAwin
there have foiand somnetliing else
that pays better.

Judge George Couper Gibbs,
then holding court in St. Aug-
ustine. The preparation of
entire record of said election
&and court proceedings, copying
all of the minutes of the council
relating to said bond issue, a:t-
tending to having the bonds
with t he coupons attached
lithographed and then checking
ovtr each of said 150 bonds of
six series, (that is, six different
maturities), with the numerous
coupons attached to each, and
handling the whole matter with
Judge John C. Thomson, of New
York, the noted bond expert
whose 0. K. on any bond issue




TO TIE 1F()P.1 O [FER- is required before any bond. can m`
NANDIA: E.i. sold to any advantage.
NANDIA: Judge Thompson, after a P
In a desperate attempt to dis- Judge Thompson, a f t e r a P
credit m d esperatll as themp i thorough investigation of all b
credit me, as well as the city proceedings, gave his unqlualifi- a
council, there is being carculat- ed o in approving said luna 1
ed an absolutely false and mall- d opinion approving aid bnd
cious report that last year the issue in all respects.
city council paid to me, as al- Now here is another fact that
torney, an exhorbitant f pe you will please bear in mind, and
for professional services in you %wll see that the expense of A
handling the $150,000. serial this bond issue (lid not come out
bonds bond issue, of the city or the taxpayers of
In the first place and before Fernandina. T h e t o t a I
I proceed further, please dis- amount of bonds voted at the t
tinctly understand that outside election was exactly $150,000,
of the very reasonable attor- and consequently, that is every S
ney's fee that I received for my cent the city owes therefore The c
services in putting through this work was so well done and the C
$150.000 lond issue, I have bonds were so attractive v
never received from the city, that when the bids from the
directly or indirectly, in any various banks and bond houses
way shape or form one penny ex. throughout the country were
cept the small salary of $40 per opened at the meeting of the n
month paid to me as city judge. city council, and there were
As mayor or as city attorney I many bidders present. The high- S
have never received one penny est bid was $153,101.50. Please v
of salary. I have for several note those figures. The pur-
years performed all of the legal chaser paid exactly $3,101.50 to
work of the city, prepared num. the city over and above the face
bers of long ordinances, drawn value of the bonds. That pre-
many contracts, resolutions, and mium of $:,101.50 paid all of the
other legal papers for which I expenses of the bond issue, at-
never charged the city one pen- torney fee, printing, holding
ny, receiving only the $40 sal- election, etc., and left a good
aryv a. city judge. When the balance thereof in the city
time came to do all the work treasury. Consequently, the
con~.ect.ed with the $150.000 city received NET, that is after
serial laond issue, the city coun- paying all expenses, the full
cil, knowing that it was work of amount of the bonds voted
the most technical character, -$150,000, and considerably
involving a tremendous re- more. Therefore, who paid the
sponsibility and about seven attorney's fees, expense of issu-
months of hard work, passed a ing the bonds? Why the pur-
resolution directing the finance chasers of the bonds, of course.
committee to arrange with some Again allow me to impress
attorney to undertake as reason- upon you the fact that, with the
ably as possible the work con- exception of this $1250 attor-
nected with the bond issue. The ney's fee that I received for car-
chairman of the finance corn- trying through said bond issue
mittee, Mr. H. L. Cubberly, call- from its initial step to its con-
ed on me in regard to undertak- clusion. I have never been paid
ing it. I then and there told him nor have I received, directly or
that I wanted him to first write indirectly, in any way, shape, or
around to several reputable at- form, one penny from the City
torneys, who had had experien- of Fernandina, other than the
ce in handling bond issues, and small salary of $40 per monthly
find out from them just what as city judge, and no salary
would be considered as a reason- whatsoever either as city at-
abhl and proper attorney fee for torney or mayor. However, I
such work. He agreed to write have as stated above, rendered
to several attorneys and among hundreds of dollars worth of
them his brother, who was then legal services for the city for
United States District Attorney which I have never charged the
at Pensacola. About a week la- city one penny, and which I did
ter Mr. Cubberly called on me out of pure public spiritedness,
again, stating that he had writ- and out of appreciation of the
ten around and thoroughly sati- city honoring me with- the of-
afied himself as to what would fice of mayor.
be considered a reasonable and Kindly read the following let-
proper attorney's fee for all the ter of Hon. John E. Hartridge.
legal work in connection with There are several more, but the
said $150,00 serial bond issue. limited space will not permit of
I then told him that although I printing them.
* had always done all of the legal VI. HARTRIDGEI:.* LmTTEn.
work of the city absolutely free Jacksonville, Fla., May 19.
of charge, I wanted to make my Hon. Hinton J. Baker.
fee for undertaking said bond Fernandina, Florida.
issue just as reasonable as pos- My dear Mr. Baker:
sible and far below what was Referring to the issue of
usual and customary for such $150,000.00 City of Fernandina
work,- and that I wanted the bonds and your letter inviting
city council to be thoroughly my views as to what would be
convinced of that fact and en- reasonable compensation for
tirely satisfied. Before under- your services, I beg leave to say
taking the work it was agreed that I understand from my
that after all the work had been phone conversation with you,
done and the bonds sold, I would confirmed by your letter under,
be paid a fee of $1250. date of May 17th, that in your
Now if any one has doubt as professional capacity you ren-
.. S _2 _I .- _* -.

read the letter copied from Hon. from the initial step in the proM
John E. Hartridge, of Jackson- cedure to and including the vali-
ville, who as you all know is onejdation proceedings in the cir-
of the most prominent and repu- cuit court, and in the prepara-
table attorneys in the State. tion of and the submission of
Just to give you a faint idea the record to Judge John C.
of the tremendous work and Thomson of New York City for
technical skill required in carry- his examination and opinion,
ing through a $15,000 .serial and that upon consideration of
bond issue, from beginning to the record he did not raise a
end, permit me to say th::t it single question as to the validity
involved the preparation of the of the bonds and unqualifiedly
very lenghty ordinance provid- approved their validity, and that
ing for the bonds and the calling for these services you received
and holding of the bond election, from the City of Fernandina
the proclamation, resolutions, $1250.00.
notice of inspectors and clerks In my opinion the compensa-
and polling places, the oaths and tion was inadequate, a n d
the returns of the inspectors and $2500.00 would have been a very
clerks, the ballots, the canvass moderate fee, and $3500 would
of the returns and certification not have been an unreasonable
to city council, etc. Also c: r- charge to have been made by
trying through the circuit court you for the services as detailed.
the required proceedings to fi- The labor, care and technical
nal decree for validation confer- skill required and the amount
nation of said bond issue, ne- involved form the basis ot" the
cessitating a trip to St. Augus- views above expressed.
tine to argue said matter before Yours very truly,

JOHN E. HARTRIDGE.. I(Dance.) is guaranteed not to scratch the j
There is a very true saying: 9. The Double Jig. (Dance.) paint, but improves it.
You can fool some of the peo- 10. The Rocky Road to Dlub- A COOD TOP nDRESSING
le some of the time; but you li;. (Slip time.) Special Introductory Price 75c
uinot fool all of the people all J2. Vocal Solo, (in (ael.ic).
f the time." I am writing this "'The Fair Younli t'hild." FOrJ sA. CM
cplanation at the urgent re- JOHN R. BANN A COMPANY
uest of a number of my close tlTIY COUNCIL ENDORSES FERNANDINA. FLA.
personal friends, in order that ,__
tch an utterly false and malici- 'IIAMBER OF (OMMERCE
us report may be set at rest." l
Very truly yours. Apropo of the unkind remarks' CHlAMBER OF CO'iMMEtRCE Z
HINTON J. BAKER.I!that the Chamber of Commercei ENi)ORSES "I1.-ll." MOV
is dead, it warms the cockels of
CHORAL SOCIETY NOTICE our heart that some en- To the people of Nassau co int'v:
dorse and approve of our efforts (Greeting:
Will the members of the l"er- for the general unbiased welfare We heart il etndS t lh Na-:
andina Choral Society ple,.,se of the community at large. tional movt-nent ir l better
eiet for a short rehearsal on,, No more substantial a tribute Homes in America as outlined
utesday night, June 12th, at 8j has been given the advancement by il Shtts, excu-
m. The choral s. 'iety has of our work. than the hearty, tive se ,etrlhy, in his elxh I,-k.
een asked to give two minutes spontaneous donation by our Mrs. S. Mahonev Black has 4
t the Elks' Flag Service Jneicity others, who have sent us a been appointed chairman for
-th. Please come to rehearsal.hi -k for THREE I UNDREl) Nassau county, and we ure t-
MI1S. ERNEST' MOLNAR, DOLARS to assist in our publi- on its people to aid this lande-
President. city work. Man. thanks, Mr'. able work. "Better Homeis"
Councilmen, we will see that the pells happier and better peop,.
Bargain if Accepted at Once funds are judiciously handled R.sin tr i l i.
ior- the benefit of the people ol f 'i idiei; tli er .I (',,iu it-
I offer for sale at a reasonable hernandina as a whole, and our er
figure the following property in heart s fu of gratitude. y E. AILEmY, Sc'v.
he city: The block opposite ,Mr. Editor, please change the "
he postoffice, known as the figures on our honor roll andl SIN
iwani block, and the lot now oc-add the City of Fernandina. 00; UINE OPNITY
upied by the Postal Telegraph total, 668.
o., and m home lace. All Mr. Citizen, take it from me It will be to the interest off
ry desirable property. instead of the Chamber of Cornm- ny one who contemplates en- A
W. THEO WAAS, M. D merce being dead, it has taken teri the shrimp business in
W. TH on the "Coue Treatment," and lFernandina to get in touch with
SH Stokes ofHilird for "every day in every way we are me. as 1 have for sale my shrimp
r post master and who or- gettingg better and better." "Bet- business, including established
alf-interest in the Stokes-'as- er come in. the water's fine.- trade, three first-class 'boats,
iieu Motor Co.. was a business; E. W. RAILEY, fullly e. ipW cfic4 tixt ..s,
'isitor to Ferniandina on Mon- Secretary. .( rII,
tay. i Friday, June 8th, 1923. JOE CELESTINO,, i .
l P. ,ox 28 ler.nai lia2.





Tax Books Closed
The books for the collection of C
Taxes for the year 1922 we
dosed May 1st.
All properly on which Taxes rema
unpaid will be advertised and sold
provided by law.

FRED LOHNAN, City Tax Collictor

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Bake-Rite Bak |
Fern:andin:i. IFl.i.

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Florida or S1wailli .
Fruit Stores
Ile (:Creal for Yotur Sit .l.
Dinner el{iered u.nlu- "
or Any W M-i l.i
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Monday, June I11th
No PICUREl 1111'IIlS N I( ll'!

Tuesday, June 12th

Thec[Dll of Home"

'I fit. steorv t-:LTIV4' :1 !-> tit Nt nit~i~ f arri(* tj 't''plf. So I~
'.:I .twive~t~es intiv oo Itt ick It k Itiri'~.t 11::tAaIII'it ;;1

*~ jli

A c' od c'rnea.v t,, lilylil ii ihinis Ul) :i !i'I..

Wednesday, June 13th

Thursday aid Fniday. June 14th and 15th

""Rich Men's Wks 99
With 1HOUSE. 1'lYFFS AND ) ~';. \Q.W r(t
TIk is ofle of thit. higi new 1c~r i:1),IS i fit itt
ti,!t;.tl gaudy pfay, but as descrdwd j tv I r-.1leice* *.

ltetiriL'k jilii-'thc iie o h;I ;i
TO.!- lirict'ut, IU.jIJ 'j '1il !. p t- I I

Ir\:l a1~e; ~ ~)Ic~ ~pc;. : .*-

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SatuTay. June 16ih
'! r"EN\'T ilsI'!sil ()

"Around the World

19 !!oays.

T.,-is next to) the last episo~dv, and v. imdrua l It 1i i -4 :
tI mi. Then comfe-, the C(initmreio-z.\eter. :t i!c.
iw)2 if just 4onet!th Int. af t'-r- anrt ttw'r tie. -v itret haa
rre-i. of a kind, all tootI. anid all fi 'r '

The following program will be'
given at St. Joseph's Hall on!
Wednesday evening, beginning
at 8:30 o'clock p. m. The public
is cordially invited to attend and
hear little Miss Catherine Burke
sing and dance. The little girl
is twyo years old and takes danc-
ing lessons from a professional
dancing master in New York
City. The price of admission
will be :15 cents for adults and
10 cents for children. Proweeds
will be given to charity.
1. Violin selections.
2. Vocal solo. Leh faungalan.
-(By the Dawning of the Day.)
:,. Dance, "The Blackbird."
1. Scotch Dance.
5. Dance, "The ,Jockey o the
6. The Irish Reel.
7. The Liverpool Hornpipe.
i 8. The Job of Journey Work.


U mo.vom. all 1:! .._- ...........a I


Express Company

The Southeastern Express Company is
conducting an express business to and from
Fernandina, maintaining call and delivery

This arrangement affords through com-
petitive express service to and from all points
East, Southwest and West.

You will be benefitted by the presence
of the Southeastern Express Company.

We are anxious to serve.

H. S. HARVEY, Agent

P. S.-Our morning deliveries made at 11:00.






Children Cry for Fletcher's

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has
in ase for over thirty years, has borne the signal
m 4-n 'WrJ all1 6--_


WHEla,:AS, first appearaticesj A. S. Allan i 0
I~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~C J'~1 i i t'ti~r ~ktv Davhis ---12.001
j 1 1. ~Wraggt* 1.001AtH
civ I:1: il te :I ppealatict.ofth1#' r ic etI(r: il 0
h. 421CMv, wleti:tlhev'-ire well aimnt 'P'oniaz, Lazsserre~t 12.00(1
been ui ~ ~~ I 1~22:f!t~ ~
:4141dtiis t nro :IId lthearomurid, C.Ketty60
ure d."4I. ..~ 4 K l .4

ERl' 1). SIMON. INtjnagt'r
J2,,nandinecr. .;Ia.

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So t u wIapFper al tLaes years
just to protect the coming
generations. Do not be deceived.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
WIfants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourself.

Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Comfort-The Mother's Friend.


Bears the Signature of

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


Ilds .111c ij 4raist this; happen1i? 10 you! i T.ii'.11zt'' ie 4ilc'l I't E.J.G ~ S
1.n ::"w'2'i~ !L-(;elA :t25c or4We ~J~tul oft UoyalJG ESP
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A vit( 's 1te public to vi~hs Famous Spring:Z--'.....m..**.. ':
~.and prove that Good X~MnrlWtr~'4~,
111treated in ny v~tis a natural water X W 114.; Y'
h.t hi ~which sparkles up fronsUbterranean spring X
',which + over a thmisatid feet det' ODHP IEA ,~H-~ BC~C. 1V3!l', ~ :.4
n Xr A 3 THE MOST FAM~j~ ~
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it ail its ::

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Good HopSpring



About live miles out tho Turner Road which
passes the Sta tGrounds.

You can easily satisft rself.


Your family

natural water. Good
considered by thousa;
ville to be a real Healtl


Ask your

serves a pure soft
Mineral Water is
users in Jackson-

F. Morsale
1-1. G )nfl11c
A. Allen TlMurphyk
l''eret t I\izell1
Xx'. S. Xhitnexv
Goo~. E. W'oltf
.I. A. Smith
.1). .. Harell
F. It. SInobetl
D. A. Borden

E. 'j. l~oix
A'. DV. LSini'r.
V_ C. 1Davis4

N". BI. 1Pohrch:.

(A .4 v ~u ir
11 (Imnot Xr~iso
C. L. S. linnce
INI. Mart ing
WrmX. Llastrrt'
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I 'Il l ( 'll. ," 1 'l l i 4)\\m r : "; i r. : r a' til :it ,''2li<' 1 i t .ic .- i a
Cor. Alachua alnd iflh St s. .1. Shave
You are cordially invited t attend all the services of tithe er ik lroome and .( ix.(l h ~t: ,nsitihn ., tl ir "liol nl : id t it it'\ r\ !I..IT. Ha.ktle
Baptist church. "Come thou \\. ;. Strickland. 1'a.,Ior. isii i, way bc:;iltifi their ho I .- \\. T. Itail
with us and we will do thee )'Dire.'ctw'y Of Services. :i\td malke them :i .,IIC.'. o :it- 1). A. 'artlin
good. Bible school Sunday: SUNDAY. itru-tion to all, esuV.eri;lly to str.,- (. \V. larnes
morning, 9:45. Mr. J. 1). Ogilvie. Sundtiay school, 10 a. In. W.' 7 4 *, ,,u. c Jol Ds. Jos. Davis
supt., Preaching service at. 11 ivine worship, 11 a. Ii. WiTN'SS imv handl as Ma ', ( l. sf Lord
Ford, pastor. Mid week prayer l.vening service, 7 .0. ,,f tihe ity of Ferniandina, and the T. G. Ozmer
service Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Epworth League. 7 p. m. (r.,po'rate seal of tlhe said City of; B irrell McNeil
B. Y. P. U. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Monday -- Young Woman's Fe.-nandia, this 6th day of JunI S. J. Kennard
Intermediate B. Y. P. U. Sun-; .Missionary Society, 4 p. m. .19 ;. C. Burgess
day, 6:30 p. m. Sunbeams, Sun- Tuesday-Woman's Mission-; Morris Fishler"
day, 3:30 p. m., Mrs. Anderson, ar'y Society, 3:30 p. m. HINTON .i. BAKER, M:y C(ash;
leader. W. M. S. Monda y after .tm nrsIA-1W e -pray-X "I A .--1.. -- "7I;+% -- Fs.-n.ndini,
1sat Sunday, 4:00 p. m., Mrs. J.... -!'. 7-.- Death! rota'l
Rhodes, press. Missionary cir-"' jm USicg Chr. stan f-ll: -- A -n.w supply o 1
cles meetSu on day aftr their .ip -A Church h,ime. i A harc containing 1arty head i4 eli received and
3rd Sunday at 4:(i i. m. a' A1 led rti i invited,. ()o cattle caught firn recently. !,i:sh i lots at one c(
ies' Sewin Cir ... .... "l''.evec-TI cows were turnedd to E. \W. il
p. m., Mrs. Saul., pi,. .,IA l? ats ar indirtly
l l',, r he rir<' -. tullu. f ,,,- s i,'.<

Come, now! IA it :.ll pl!l 14,-
gether in the Ch('amer of I C-u-
ori cet'r .
Slam the mosroltiuito and vv:
the fly.




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cood HODO Minatal Watl

w ater (4fta os pid f 1 in

1 Which I.; ) itici :Is :![ I; :iii-
xiBicairbonalte of Irn
C~(alrhoui:t. of 1,1111C
t rbowi.te of lz' -.:
Sodium abwe
SSodium Cliloritlt
XPotassium SuIIlphatte
SilicaGR IIM l

S LaboraltoI' rI.A t)DIl)Pl)1K
is tile cqlI:11. d if 11, '~~P ~ 44
ported h rutiUl.1 Wat' :1. d Sl
lw rpritle.
Bottled at the Fo untain Ml i~~~
contailnurs.unudcr the most sauit



Try a Bottle-
Believe in

nnnn unPF WATFR flOM

Claiout, tlie ratb.Uid guaril

rAI '.5 loilM .

6.00 1

6.00 1

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1.00) f
6.00 I


300.00 i
.s( I.oo 1

--Meals Week Days, 3c-

Sunday Dinner


The Grocery Questioni

S.ELCIIN(. aind bhim,, iMeals. i,( ,rvt' c -s zI
LVege.table-, br a.1 loie Is a 141t4icIt or, oal ddir~ol
task thtan put-chasing any oWl1.01- mm %-. XX 1".11
onel bus nw pair 0ofshoe's.aii .tlI01omch:! &d f.t
coal, tilts problem of deciduing vci )I ot'lNt-.t Ill2i-.

Blut %%-ilt Nleav; and (rocerics. eN i N I v'181'.111
I-Prtesents Oir~~e fe n"probhletws ol "m h::,t O 113%'oc itol
Ibreakfrv~t. dinner and upper. No -wonderthrIe (2'u-
cery Question is tho, housev.ife's biggest pco'o~cn.

There i, nansuer. It Us to he Lid~(d'i-m f;c
We specialize on tempting F'oo ds andtNi kfc2i -.. -::k 1
stich Ug ariety that p~annin-,:a meal v,, W''
carries a druead.


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For Sale


ooklets have .en
we can fur- "'niloi.led. I kquirc
tilt each.
i Na itonal.
\L TIIE : A ii. i : A t -I :::i : "

:~ It's Purity, Its Lightilmss Ls Firie Drink1n,
and~ Medicinal Propeftite' --he Wonderful
X ~ Analysis That It CarrP -s. Its Keeoing
Qualifies and ftI. fact-

-e )on the market G(jAt)I:1011F VAI
:f ('ompA.NY was vramntv,- onA, 4'
(~~ ~ to bhulldl:I 1 1.'1 ~ ;
Off-i. 'r it'Nd State's .e n

A3. Sn jppl ed I thailsaildls ii thIou t'1
X3 gallolms Of thli.; splendid b.;11'er'al \ .-r I'1"
z: the ittsf- I1vepita1l, 0!!! 'Oi
X3 1 ci~ted St-ite.s Soldier-'


L Will Then
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Pap Four

Friday, June 8, 1923I


Page Three

The,, Best 0 r c e O 'e have no ill will in our leart.
lIn re Estate of eo(1V-r N.).lB.1
Alex Verdier. Deceased: .,4o we are n1ot lmea eanotv,'hto |'rllini lod,, N, -, B.
T e B stTo all Creditors. Legatees. Distrib"tol. I ""," an dEatees. and All Persona having Claims Sa', e told you so, but %we do P. 0. F'. annouac,.s the fll,-il
r Demands against said Estate:
Y.,u. and each of you. are hereby SaV, with our faith and that conl- progr:n for tihe :linual fla_ s rvice
Sitifie-d and required to present any *
).elalls.s and dweotands which you. or Certed action of "Doing it alnd D- to held in IISit .I l -h' :
,-Ither tof you may have against the r
The housewife chooses a home atof it Now" by te 'hmber of TAhurxday eveinlg, .l*uea 1 leg C nehew Nyour food
-f N.assau county. State of Florida, to Cmere, (particularly Mr. t .
once in a lifetime-an automo- he undersignred Exeutrix f tsaiddes. Comlerce, (particularly Mr. Geo. he pliCc ,is e uil n well te se
On1ce in alifetimne- aD automo- tate within two year., front the dateuI tgROGR\GLI
i / .h,-r~,e.... L. Roux", visit toi \ashington, > is ItR 1;- WRisI,. E *
Sl-itl oitte :it %ear (t maybe)---a ,..ied ,Apil 27. A. i). 1923. ,- iw t
MA:V V. (Ys. VHtDlly. bling miaiifisted by the appear- )v\-ri(, l\'ihi; :uiI;i tic id dl-est
lew dress once 3 month (per- ,.rna.,din. Florida. xet'Utl'e ..anel in oh" harbor this morning Mr. lr<-'i :..i .\i. ] \ o.. o. .
haps)-hiul she chooses GRO- 4O RT I O"T ur 9.: oIT Ji Ml.'of ti-e -overmn!illt (drede "CtR!- 0 iirt. ee.h. keeps
(CERlES EVERY D)AY. It isn't Gi'I'ON, which we understand S,: i:.n- breath swe
i~ffi-cull however. when she n reEstate o will coimeiience immediately .to re- nr" Miss lessi,- N :
l. hwi. wn sh iM' f.ACKSON MZE1.L. Deceased. PP le keel
'I',. all t'reditori. Legatees. Distribut,-tes llOVe I( ,00 S(K) iart y:irtis 1t sadil (,lianil of l i r: M otf r t, '
A. :,t&,i all i'-rs.;on.N having iaim.i. or -, t A rg
I :ittds aga'int aid E.tate: fr ini t l c lillnl in ilt hU t pper fave tick. it, :i .\: 11x lt Si>tti 't t \ a "
You. and vaqch of You -are hereby.I -'; 0I
,o.,lified'and required to present, ai iharbor. It is estimated that this Grunwahl. Julia Si:ith, lii M |
l.dvo T.a h1e a i st ,e e.- work will necessitate thle dred ge Galphin. I thelin, t llnv.
Uin iVri vC l 'tae." of Jacksoon Mizell. deceased. late I o s fo". at least twlo I.l ie,> t.,. "t. l ,, 1 i.
1~ N~ EPATW rss te('abr onAlArid l. to the undersigned EVERET'- We sa h d l, l. i r-
1H1 W is .N roprietor 1Z.L. a s Aministrator de bunis non Ilult. 'lS. 1tils SpellS. to is r few RLnler :;l111( tllt.
\-. H. IloHIO l.prie or ^Lsot:11.1 anned ., oefeslt torefn shekels to le mixed with V-adl So;, M0ss it.. Hdl

El c ri a Eq i pp VERe EaTMI nI.. of which h wre e imost hrateft, and Historwy o th Airtikt l -.-S .
As Admninitarator dle cni s non "un thankful to our (fear Oid Uncale Merrow.
IIINTO J.dT4A Samuel, whomil it would t appear Aitar Servie l. hrAttorney for Administrator.hIsi t i entirely .(rT oI. t.eil n us. Officers. .
V i T js NOTICEs1 r H o w is 1e 1 You giav s t (lie p ,, of Commerce is dead; but we say al Society. Bi

Electricall Equ ipm ent? 0 hK runrhe m for this dredge being here, which D1). P1. Alularkev. 1fb
Io will leave a few new dollars here Address- Bro. ( Char lesI ) h:r-
t 1 t5rbiap& yymulo" li k w. I; tona ent; d t at a time WlheH they are so lmdly 'anee, No. 221, .Licksoinvliei Fla.
Blt perhaps VyIIl battery hmay run idown l dets de in ti e oname ofsaid needed, to say nothing of the iml- lSonu, A ni e1r ie,1a -Ch -o ral
l rll "rIoil have It chars .firm sin'e the 2 S day of Mayr A. d11 ..t
quickly rhl aer.\ou nve l" te.. : and will collect all indebtedness proveinent to our channel. Society Tme
S. g due said partnership. The said Louis .
0I vodrt Ktherator may grind old.tenr has this day purchased all Can y afford to ke.ep out(f Hen-diction e. Blk.-r.
the share, and interest of the said Louts htO ***.
Or \ ui miight lte b rninig out une coltly ,larIp larr in the properties. assets nad the Chamber of Commerce and Acconipaniusts: Mis. LA. A, -har- V*S '
after aioth'r Iause o t brght lIghts-I ated at Pernandina. Florida. this clog its work by your indifference. er, Mrs. Alma Partridge, Miss I -
Or (ron 'Or your mo.lor may be skipping and miming : a'IdI .n TO O .T O S 1 better things, and need your chtek
Sin spite of nw pilug after new plug. a.dms s hrey Ln that i the tn for a year or six months' dues. Get Z. V. NOLAN SENDS OT1'
SN.btive is hereby given that 1. the on-
If ~so~. 1hen t~he wiring and relative electrical drsigned. e fetor of thre Last your name in the big book "n Siot of ytt iir ir shiouild be looked over. zat. deceased. will on the tidayo so that you will be i at th kil l-
;ih II .l SI uI ritle W f rtU ar here 1,olrk da.nt ind I ,o,,ikk I0. ing. "Hsdave youOrgotten, o( is It hItsll ts nt',rk li i\. .1t.4 A
S1 s t when you are fear here. s1 t t 1 e ale, and I fOr ash to
the highest and best bidder, the fll- there a reason?" "Prl opt ie' is an open coil e i lersnl,, le lowing list of personal property he-
longing to the eatater of the n.aidme ar- the greatest of all buiers." e r s -oinhe sni 10 "1 "1 t" ,I
.I .I Y ." r t e .':. sev hal da y rail o M .... .. o ... oi,.
ulny l i I feather bed; I wool bed; : piillons. It.nd Dot Now. patrs.
;:1 milits; I retain coat. 4 chairs a I oai o .
J. J. JRHODES, Prop. rsr I clko got watches I pair 'ours for a Greater Fernandina, I have ivrn- o,,e of ti(G rsee o t- Ihvj
dOg irons; I iron tedidend and spring;
+++++++ +Ix ii+ +:hip;I *A-'u 1 els'o ast;' 2 five llon E. W. BAILEY, Secretary. ers a careful trial, auii wishli to ad-
aid. sale to lie at the Old Homesteadse alld ciOncern" ed tl't it --1).IN-
Of said Martin Vanzant. pdceased.
about m8iiles suth Of Kings Ferry. PREVENTS INFECTION GEROUS when used undr -t LUs
ST. P'ETEW'S S. S. ANDI) ST. PETER'S CHITRCH Nassau county. Florida. err PREVENTS INFECTION GEOUS hen used (rtai' Lasserre Motor Company
C H Ul I C II PICNIC ________ r.f'at. this :ioth day of MNay. A. D e conditions. FRNANDINA. H.A
C H "t"CIfPINI 9- h rr a .IOSEPH W. VANZANT. The greatest discovery in R. V. N OLAN i
J. W. Bicker, Rector. l'x...utor of Last Will and Testament creates i sc ry n. \' NOLA.,
,f% .i. .. pi .h of martin vanzant. deceaKed. -1:, flesh healing is the marvelous sp't. ciy m ::ts.
No-t Thiir.iday. June li th, Second Sunday after Trniity. Borozone, a preparation that
.'. eter's Sindavy school and V Hol. communion, o :. a. m. A5 'OUINTV. STATE O mI comes in liquid and powder L I
"... ae form. It is a combination treat- A S PLENDID FEEIN UWALL
~hi ihin p lic will take place at Morning prayer and sermon, OIp n-tire form. t is a combination treat- I OpN Etil
11 o'ock Su bPerignr Estdae if nhed f that not onlb pi the
Ie 1ea*h.l'e leave" the uA d I 'c" Subject:' leasig'"MARTIN VANZANT. Deceased. That tired. hal si, ti
l :N 1".o. .-. r 1azsthe fle.h gdALI.!c OF I
lit I I aII 't I?~('Ui&' II an.1- Evening prayer ,ndhlsel mollaislands1 againtitsaid state: np ,shll t.-f!a,, I
.s. lr. anask p .,,uit wni iiu aei ,e t eraS-You.r andch of y. are he]reb no- with xtr.ordiar. peed. Bad" liv, and constipate'd el i |stc.NItri tllI. oniE
Senduted r Righteofess Sak .. er may have against the fl eeks r e with h t h t r ,ising

.!u to i it >it.h i. as Iol commuion, 1 a. m. wonder remed. Price and rgulatin end Your Dyeing
,. 'Wit ,,,,. ...d Cleaning ToI

1iat'a ii o fiiis o- t lhe ui'n'd i meeting". a.v. zse.i. icaiahan. Fiorida. P owdei 2 0c and 6Oc. Sold lby all"\l drives out i il ,, ail im, u ri- I
4 p. aS Wl Ia t"Ul T h.'t''0 jl a". mfl, SL. Mi ,4t1e,, T'o',RT. ,-,orIwr t. and lho.iirer. tiNS b"t imna, rts a s, udid -
g1 a .ret ('souihi at Io hifnliICT M s. qOiFsI aiIf a hig of a Irl-.. ..RO ER,
ltrd'.ing Time-Nm Louis Kl rer. CHANCI'W.-IRIS NADINERLIGHT-A SICI(KL2PEEVISH (HI1DIREN ; autn boais;), I UpI ,11-.U!
n .edesa- yo 7.:.;0, evening MINOR.l HER- .pr NPri h e lS
,1', I hWtFRIEND AND FATHER. A. l'rice (i S'iltt ; .,, 6 iS, a Fla.
is is 1Aeding time l or;A prayer. ,R A, D lF. "PENDANT.- Childn suffering from in- We prepay parcel ostaI
roaches. Now is the time they" Thursday, St. Peter's Sunday aDER OF ERV1CE BY oBmeIC.A- eI...'orms are ctroS rests I E In a urndfine equippdfreh
.pread their deadly erms! sch-e. ...... Ul /llU There are hl Rl I.SHY' AN nd finest equipped r
1)anon't t.'.i.e a chance on having Ieacid. FETANT: "' o.thie lltrutoml. Towevp f vi i jood c..ntamiinat -. d Ii, Iu (. stop the,- it rI....s. ". -. il I T lh ttl at1 .(luust. i under t eyes, bad breath aud SU.Ni)A .
\k'ltil II le t m"ch (a' dee.l -: iNm'-S-- nvt l'E n i anid NASSAUi OUTNTY L KADEKRr takes interestt in playi, it isi (I I SalIai ,hl 9 :5a .'
Sts lpartElr hereby dFOgR Sntatd as the newspaper 1 wom t a"
It;juh 'n.wd.'r IOIAY. I'h & n h week for ei"1> m

aaent in rernandina. Watkins ne tv yittitssl eputy ittrk. poitie 'ru'tilo to i :p. I my had oa clotes, bo that
t|roduicts are known everywhere ^.jvi' ?*nan. 7-27 worms btrmlesu s to the chi raoc r-''r'ice ural I-*ttlr.- is not so (mbarra*^*"*^ as leav-
.. T eti a .~u~m <(L" salt"spepkle make big s- .. To D -""..E. Price 35old :|, J. ne. S. -mr ..Ia ithtl "..g l vo u
-.l incomets. Investigate this op- t oi ,)a.4 DT. oTrT E .on- ...t r ot .. .A. (t ruO of them s.-el\
SV-rig ket '? portunity. Full particulars and iu*. FOR SALE-Water front '-^i'y and -'aIul-" sampl.s sent r.allt, ..d Itr' e.'tss. e d We hast received a land50x225. leading from ,-street apply f oval guarantee
^i.A V A n -." .i stlers whoi mean business. Legatees. ',si-t Wei h" r eceied slp- with shrimp caniinig aid iipack- Hl H' Li"ut Cleans them
S1Wr it e t o d :a T h e K W a t k in s a l :ll rs ,n h a in g i a i n p l f tt e r siot tblusdil l sl ii w ,e e: j mkl. l to 1mr
( 'e inlp, lIi i\ ) i .I t. Wet'la, ,,, ,t e,,, i in, u at'- -- ia ng plant thereon. A',, ll nJfef 't rlit l.h Nj

(-- ;. .--. i ,,trll -m. ,1 M m e iphis, a,, ; ..,i t ,. a *,-" '-". u a s n r a lachnt er n, Auil; '
tI an i1 a.. s'.- a; ,ad deL., .atiddvi na a h ich u. orna aF l.t J. H ALL, a- u b aI" eprtn
e-ither of yu n ugass decase| d "11da, a. ua a" .h...a "is Pl.

i"Strong and Well \{ fi (F
i il 1 Af N ELssiu o N i'O 1. F itridae, to the ,

hi te WISH cl how it tor e ad took three blles r in a aitsa at Estate:re\J
x ith. t ea rs fri a the dare here dNIZATION
m, h I t a im ove ilac helif I th e d dal l dt ,i "hlay ntf d ray.eqi rA.D -. p re:ent4 ,

taking ti e Cad00 i i t t las ree -ya--* malah lrd 1| ith Real Vir il e M embers -
oo. uml d ~d_ i t. ro S. i.' |r

S"Mrsonieand row.aW eie I ,oed.. wle. .attae evra o .. DBoan aa d. lIt t, aand D Do It MW"
IN 't1 t o4 T e uTItir 'e E c e n- I a f UD E

Hock, Ark. Yo wbIdntk3OW iCFlt Destalt e yo lkep the tthes | e' w*ithi D'*, '>.r, Secretary e
WtrHeocame nwaIhw itdfm w adI took'theen- w ib tdo iniiyr Ii.liin d agatietsaidEnetate: th.It-i ,N I) i

h Ia m IO i nc e bfororoue Price $3.00 per gallon, IiI V N .O Wi reetry

S The nWO TOIC with sprayer free, i
i u .. ,Y u.wu ld n tkn o Us e o wsY Mdbt he.cIwn b e c a m e IAB-iin -

moh-- Ie1awatoIdollars to have them cured X FOiANIVEORGATION
h1 a o Ake ___o ffmNoWllwm l 0'\"I use Royal. Guaranty eed i --- --...-. .,al.ii le

bdaa- oeV II I tabFlr Destroyer to keep the fillies IIOURMOT r
__-ll f l l 1 ..ic away." Roya wd d th acw0 came DOlinNOW-
for y.u! Price $3.00 per gallon,
C Wm s m with sprayer free.oyllwl" -""e"s


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I % :-.' Is". % vX t"te'siinf sl o U v l aw. we.'. as thes'uinde-rsi~gniedi 'ta
.~~~~ Y '% .,,.,,* ,'I *;I rI :..,vI isttr Iirs'. herebys'- sffer for stale' The4'lands listedl
l.A '-: 5 iN'-:11 CIe sIet'i, title- tooesaid lsusdg hiling sri in he namare to
a!. I. s.. sia i ~ ci 4- t."-:eiti 4lsprs,lse-rt it4m hmi.t ing been :ts'sjtired b) said
II' I'. I a* I..I .% ji tlai f s d eraiiesa Lt,'t:i ses si,.- ou theresen up t~o and int'iuduisi

t i ... ... I 'd 5 *5 ki t h I l ot i. I: ia %%'s 4 b I Pheitil:e pro-% itie-i'. ireu eh.stsim ia rs, tut ii.
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at. Ia'I''.I s le ''stt .151 2Ss-ai iith. .'a :2 Casa. Nn-'taas

4,5a.'a.a. ...a-i isiae..ts tee' ist-r-ess. .Alia%-sIn#- iseis a eters-stcd .atis
t b% ~..~ls srM aileg ftIss (is,'at're-tatr3 sf [lie' uede,'sigrsed boasrd.
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OFFI'lCE IS OPENEI:D ne.s itY BA.\RNl'\VE .I Several contracts on the yearly that time have disposed of :101
-,:isis have already been made, of their homes. Many direct'
ill conduct t Advertisiniz ('amn- p.Pviding for the handling of all sales could be traced to the'
p.ain 'For iDevelopers in Ibranches of the clients' printed "truth-proving" advertisements!
City. salesmanship activities, it was in the campaign, Mr. Schoole.v
O)c'tiilK of the lIarnwell Ad- Mr. Harnwell became a perma- said this morning.
.ir-,.lli( Serv'ice w a s an- nent resident and booster for Study of many advertising
r.ilii;v' l tilts mlOrilling by I'. F. this city last December, when he courses and text-hooks. and
l:.mi,\ell, writer o(f "Proof- joiined the advertising staff of practical newspaper and tadver-
'.'" The temporary office of the Evening Independent. Dur- tising covering a period of 10
St. l'.i.'rsburg's second adver- ing the past winter he handled years resulted in the adoption
;!. i r" *'- vice will lie in the lobby campaigns for several develop- of evidential or proven copy by
.., tih. St. Petersburg hotel at ers here. probably that for the owner of the new service, he
.. .r.ilr iof Ninth and Central Schooley-Murphy company be- states this morning. "Especial-
:! ing the most interesting. These iy in development work is it
'hnlti,_nnit and executing enl- builders sold five homes in necessary to convince the pros-!
', ..nil:ti otns for local con- the five months proceeding Jan- pective investor through adver-
\ ,Il I fli t.. inicip:l li..;i- uary, when t he "Proof-Ad" tising that the development is
Logical and, popular
and the most logical way to
N do thiti is through quotingg dis-
Sinterested people who have in-

ii i I. L tI t. h li- ft llitwin g descrilit.l lands will be< sold .'t i
.. t, .\ NDA.\Y. Till': s.I-:'iN I)sAY OF JiL'.Y. A. D. 1 2. at ihe found it worthy of 4f avorlfle
.;i ,I. ,i s Ii i..- 'it of iV 'i i.: ini,. ..;>ss;un ,oi nts Floridla. os so muti comment" is the idea back of
S. e.. ss ~~ Ir. I s ) li i ai ll .- ;in t tdli- lIor ;taxes herii'r i se .1. il
SIt ., ., ii,. r ll, 4, u sa va f:,i :.In :,.i.eisii~: "Proof-Ads" Mr. Barnwell says,
adding that "one peice of evi-
i- 1.11 I.\ ,1'"0 I41.\I, 4\ Nil Taxes ani dence is worth a dozen unproven
..s. claims." I
S .,.,. i.:.sll. l.... ,wo.,.i 7 t Publication of a notice of ap-
i.III. Sw\-:araingel r ifa. '* fo h
I.: S.Pa,'s., :, plication for charter of the Sun-
I. :. .1. j.leaki.n I shine Securities iii the Independ-!
,. I.. ,,, .M. M iers..,, .I.14 enit today brings out the fact
i t.,. I .1 t;. Ni'lssoll 10 95
.-,P. :: .: ..t i.*:D s.ilvad,,r -. 9 and advertising manager for!
...: s 5a'. ,n ' that concern. "The new corpor-,
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I _Al. PI 14-.'uelrst- n
.,k ien ii'aliani
T Tm. Mii'atcelI

jllIen 3at''heian

i':la i-uiss-th S's e-

Lezime. ;iiztinkn
"'. 1-4. htt'i 'l,

-j sshit Perry
Nellie Residing
Ameliia Hunt
'lhcsit. A. Mu'CIeear'
5 e'Ijil1R0,1'' elISla1
%%ii. Baker
-Joihn i'erry

j ll 1 t'aI sh um
The' A;essricta ies.
Aihuert Rs'
Itosa 114-1l h.i*p4'r
flenr' M&clonald
Hienriy McDabnald
hlenry met-Donald

2N:.i action will handle only the most
,.89l constructive securities based on
34.59 .n
f 70 the developments in the Sun-!
.,5 shine City and Florida," the set-
:i..' retary stated, "and a man of
long and successful experience
'3 42 in development enterprises in
i2.26 Florida will shortly become as-
3 70
;.u3 sociated with us in the capacity,
.3..s of examiner of propositions pre-
. sented to us for financial.
;4 Sunshine, the builder of :lni tIl m
4 :3 pire," will be the slogan iof tilt'
.it flnew corporation and the fact
4 :. will be brought out in all ouir
:ii literature that the magic of sun-
li : shline is making Florida gm'ro\\
:z.e more than five times as fa.t as
163: the United States, thereby open-
,:. ing up untold opportunillti'S ti,
." investors.
j1.7 The Sunshine Securities cor-

.3; portions is now arranging for
1 24 a comprehensive advertising
.I campaign in newspapers and
4 periodicals, and direct mailing
=sz pieces, through which the story
.A of St. Petersburg and Florida's
1.50 growth will be presented to mil-
1.11 lions of potential tourists, inves-
3.0 tors and residents.
72 Immediately after arriving in
.".4 St. Petersburg from Tampa.
s. where he formerly operated a
';:1 letter shop and advertising ser-
'.7 vice, Mr. Barnwell associated
....; himself with civic organizations
.. and has contributed many stor-
4.39 ies boosting St. Petersburg to
2:1.i other newspapers throughout
b ,i Florida. He is chairman of the
,t. American legion publicity com-
131.7mittee and chief de guere

(president of the "40 and 8" a
.01 branch of the Legion, to which
4I only active members are eligible.
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Author of Riders
of the Purple Sage,
Wildfire, Etc.

Ifustrationm Ib

Copyright by Harper & Brothers.

betmmod In ottly otlS. of them
kit t%%'dY-al ;il i Ie s'itts riding fur life
doti 11 t11i(lsIi,- s' ~v L -A.1114al. Blaflsk.No
Saill settl-'l 11h)lt lIdsgrtiestfai, hettutitul
s %I U '. i If. ie. Liiias'l sj#eadil), tlsu.:h Ike
wet-; far frolm e-xto'mI. Ien,, ~hiss'l:."
S"sIa' le fvit uiilrt-d rods OI-tLite left
(i f 4.'le I :.'raider Jput his horse 1o thle
wealatre'l '''L'.lie l'g~tw o cialzb.
Zigzag ftis.Y we'li III)andzilt an trii'.. e
L~add rseacs' tlks'I I'ilge (of the slo~w
Ithe'y we .re lil :i d-l''e t l~t mi' nd

f vt*i e'i i r. i ts *15, -11isin'"! is a I le t ike

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PROI.OtGIE.-Seaekitu cold in the dea-
ert. "(T'iaeron." i' ltary prospector.
forms a partneistlip with an unknown
matn whom lie later learns is Jonas War-
rea father ut o adirl who:rm 'alnerun
wronged, but later married. back in Illih-
nois. (.aeserotn's expli.nataions appease
Warren. anid the two pros-eedi togetlier.
'faking refuge fr,.>n a aatiastorin in a
cave, Camerou diet o\ .rs gold. but too
late. both men are dyiuag Cameron leaves
evidence. in the cae. sof their discovery
of gold. ai.d persT.nal docunenrts
CHAPTER I.-Rkichard tale. adven-
turer. in Caslta. .Mexican border town.
meets George Thorne,- lieutenant In the
Nanth cavalry. old college friend. Thorne
tells Gale he is theie to save Mercedes
Castaneda. Spanish girl. his affianced
life. from Rojas, Mexican bandit
C'HAPTtK:it 11.- Gale "'roughhouses"
Rola4 and hhis gang. with the help of
teL, Amerl.-an coA boys, and he. Mercedes
and Thoms escape. A bugle call from
the ourt order Tnorne to his regiment
He leaves Mercedes under Gale'as pro-
CILAPTER IlL-The pair aided by the
cowboys who had assisted Gale in the
escape. 1'hariae Ladd and Jim Lash. ar-
rive an safety at a ranch known as For-
lorn River. well airois the border.

CIIAP'IER IV.-The fugitives are at
Ton, Belding's home. Belding sl Imml-,
gration Inspector. Living with him are
hi wife and stepdaughter. Nell Burton.
Gale. with Ladd and Lash. take service
with Holding as rangers, Gale telling-
Belding the cause of has being a wanderer.
a niisunderstandtng with his father con-
cerning the son's business abilities.
CHAPTER V.-Me'rcedes gets word to
Thorne of her safety. Dick also writes
to h!s parents. Informing them of hlas
whereabouts. Nelrl' personality, and her
kindness, attract Gale.
CHAPTER VL-Ridtng the range, Oalfe
falls in with a party of three Mexican
raiders encamped at a water hole.
Watching his opportunity to oust them.
he sees two Indians ride Into the camp.
One of them. a Yaqui. Is evidently badly
wounded, and the Mexicans seek to kill
him In a cruel way. Dick drives them
off. conveying the wounded Yaqul to
Beldlng's ranch.
CHAPTER VHT.-The Indian eIstaken
In. cared for and remains In Beldinr's
services. becoming Dick's ardent admirer
Gale's admiration for Nell Increases. a'id
he believes she Is not averse to his atton-
tlons. Belding's horses, thoroughbreds.
the pride of his life. after his wife ai.d
stepdaughter. are run off by Mexicans
CHAPTER VIII.-Gale. with Ladd. La-h
and the Yaqul. pursue the raiding par'v
over the desert. finally cornering thert
Five of the six thl-v+-s are killed and t ie
rty of whites, with the recovered
oroes, return to the ranch In triumph
CHAPTER IX -Gale secures from Mrs.
Belding what he feels. I reluctant p. r-
mission to allow him to seek Nell for a
wife. He begins his courtship with energy
confident that he aian win her
CHAPTER X.-Not getting word from
'lthorne. whose period of army service ha:
expired. Mercedes lo-es heart. Nell., il-
though forbidden, rides to ('asita to seek
Information of him. She finds he Is a
prisoner of Rojas, and Is Instrumental In
effecting his mPa-ape. bringing him to Mer-
cedes at Belding's ranch. Thorne and
Mercedes are married. Rojlas. with a
large force of raiderir appears at Bel-
ding's and demands Mercedes be sur-
rendered to him. I-'earing their ability
to stand off the bandits. It Is arrange d
Lhat Lte three. _'r,-. .WI= the YaL-"-
as rulde and TTiiorae. conv-y 'tetea'~~s
across the de.-t-rt to Yunia. wliers she will
be in safety Thie party st-tB out.
(CHLPTER XI.--TIt-y find the way to
Yur ia blocked by their enemies and are
forced to take to the lava beds Rojae,
with his men overtake them, but the
Yaqui, familiar with the country. Is Os-
fident they can beat him off.
CHAPTER XII The rangers find a
lace of safety for Mercedes and the
ght begins Three of the whites, Iad.'.
Alsh and Thorne are badly wound,-d.
but Rojla though tie sus creds in finding
Mercedes' hiding place. is killed by tho
Yaqul, the remainder of the Mexicans
CHAPTER XIII.-Forlorn River is t -
vaded by white miners and prospectors.
driven from Mexi,'o Prominent among
th-ee are Ben Chase and his son Radford.
The latter at once rnA.kes himself obnoz-
ious to Nell.
CHAPTER XIV.-WhbUe Mercedes' do-
tferders are Ina the desert Dick's parts.
with his elster Elste come to Ptrlo'a
River seeking knowledge of him. Belding
tela them the reann fror his ahsae
and how he has "made good."
CRAPTER XV.- ladd being snablee Ou
account of his wound, to travel the title
band make az-raigemetas for a long
stay in the desert The hot summer is
upon them.

CHAPTER XVI.-Deeplte Irivationa.
the party comes stfely thr.oi '"e bet
spell. Iadd recovering bis strength The
arrival of raim makes It possible for them
to begin the journey homes
CHAPTER XVIL.-Beldln'es feud with
the Chases In Increased by their actti
In destroying a spring on his property.
they claiming the act to have bhen an
Saccdent. Radford makes Nell ain offer
of marriage, which Belding| contempt maus.
W refuses. The elder Chs e aseta shb
knew Mrs. Belding as a gir:. whon her
name was Burton. amd Is familiar with
her history. He declares Nell lL her illel-
tinate daughter. The shooting natu'n Iy .
Milowlmg such an Incldet the West
poventad by th i f al

CHAPTER XVIII.-Learning frost, Bel-
ditn of Chase's foul aearthini and Rad-
ford's pursuit of his nan Pec. Dick "sees i
red.- He proceeds to punIsh !he younger
Chae in a manner long remembered In
Fortorn River.
CHAPTER XIX.-The Yaq .1 take- [.ick
up the mountain range adjoining Forlorn
River and shows him the "euri:e u t he
stream from which the fsttllment took
Its name. In a cave Dick finds p evidence of the presence of g.,Id, also the
documents left so many years before by
tie unfortunate proepectose Lntrodluced
In the prologue. One of the papers rec-ords .
the marriage of Robert Burton and N'el-
lie Warren. Burton. of course, being the i
pr'Opector known at the boetnning of the I
narrativea* "Cameron." The will of the
two mm leaves the claim half to the I
finder and half to Nell Burton. daughter
and granddaubhter. respectively, of the l
r toriLa NeU's legitimacy is thus as-
a and r future made sas.

Only One of Them Got Av.y, and He
Came Riding for Life Dow.N Under
the Eastern Wall.

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tlie West But. I ick, thete's4 s ,-U

"If you wuil to kLtow aslitiling
altuiilt iy failily. I'll t-il you,' lilter
rupt,-d LIPL, with strong feeling "''ve
no secrets about theta or myself. My
future and happlniess are Nell'% to
quake. No onie e'l-e shitll count with
'Then Ilck--iiu iiay) hatre her
God- bl'ess-you ht-h.'"
Mrs. ieldiig's strained face under-
,.ent a swift aimi uinblle relaxation.
and sudlAdenly sheli was 's'w'nlug IIn
strang-l ii ningle'iI happinei.s and bit
t erness.
"Why, nimothetr: more-. He put thila riu around her. ri
another IInonmeut lht had galied I om-
unand .ver herself. and. kisslux him.
.-he pushed him out ilof the door.
"There' Go tell her. Dick.
And have sime sputik about it!"
Gale went thoughtfully bac-k to tlif
room. Then reiulanberlig the httpie
Mrs. Bel'llng had givei hilu. l his gravity In a flash. and sotutltelnK
began to liiance aid ringl ithlr hini
He simply could not keep him sts-P
turned from th patio Every inth
led there. His blood was throt',,ing
his bopw /ouinting. his spirit soariin
"Now for somne plluk "' he %ald.i s
der his breath.
il..tii .h- i.,i.nt, his rn E raLl

An Interrupted Siesta.
No mian ever had ailmore ilqai
anti beautiful pleader for hisi" ceu'.
than had Dick G~ale in Mervode~i t.%.
tavedtL Nell It) Into ie ilhl.11.'Wk,
tier thandet behind her tbeati, with
Mt-li'tks and arch eyes. lu~leed :sla
lotikeit rebellious.
IDick e~at inclined to he rettielitsu.4
hiniem(4pl. t444thing lien! kept ffte' i-j~ei'
III off theIlelne, and the~refore Iuivic
hail bet'z idle nmosL of the rinse. atiti
though he' tried hard, hie had beetu
unable (4s stay far fromt Nel%'4 vtisiity.
He. ls.'let s'd qhPe aredl for i luls tiut
lie could not catch her abut'itlow,
enough toa verify his torerw'lntingtaupe.
He hailt i-sg tssfiire s'isli(,"l tti-t''issy
loercede.s in [sits cuu'.e; lou ts111'4~,'11,-Of
this Nell hud beent'l ussre thi,,at-t
for tihem both.
(ale pemidlered ov er anllille:i lhe Isi.l
long revolvedl In mind, aizisi ohw'h n,.tv
suddenly agave isace to adeisionghsuthat
wuale Ihis heart swell sand hi -, tiet:-L
huriis lie went in searc-h of MiteN Bet
djm:.. anoi found leer thues Ilaithe

ltelklirzft-had ul~itolINanti leicu'sir~setten,
Mively sage. He UuIIdk'rPIuI4t-),Iher
iest'SIhan %'%hleu at first lie diii'met's1:lit
antagssnmiez in her. It ,.eili thA IlIluK
were poss~ible :she' hiadtretia.itiodT hi
afltitgons'I mu while -S-ttaing ito :iito
stoems'infuence Itiat must lha%.- e' ien
f1ssiiiitt'a4for bhim. 14,alt' had1 wne':r!o
care' greatly for Ne~l\ moithser 1-t
only mi as she the t-owi'ert auieli *1at
of h'be hme'. tout also oret' i intmuatbi
taintx of'Foloerh.rn i11. tr ImtuiseAth lefl
cila..iisAmricani Arieirtill Ithe'Awat- to~
tier In Iroube m~'or ll t's, nl qitlssi-dibr
1%u atinrse. doto slr. ptase'uveaksi. ialljor
Site %%as good sadnd fles, ails1 hre'st'%'as
nt~t H child or grs''rowuli iIII s'stssru
lItt er %tit)i die ie I" tijil Isir"'Ana ?i-'Nhr
[till Mrs. itt'litms 411Asitssi(-o seem 1'in-b).
Slie ie'ldolit Ailir,lle. 01,s1siUi-~e'r ljalit't.
'sThere %ihitt :l%%.a'. -Iat of', -as? hurt
haimokin ther e Ce'a t(eli oft~i ten ilkk
di're'd If there' lhast hss-t-t stibe'r t raitedy
III hie'rlife tIhan fleese is'.-i*si.f
lt-ie' father lii the' tte",e'e
Mrml'. Betldling heard's!I I~k'% 41rit X-C,
lit- e'mtereul the 'kl14li'iuia.itfiil. lssssbsiea
up. gree'ted limie.
*'~leetis'r.' l e~i I sil', ..lwls
Heisldig s'aiie'tl he'r t lustCs eml io Id
L~aild and L~ashs. lout!it '%%.:t'I, w'is'
time for Dick. ile ~'rI". t I.)
speak to you."
'rt' onlyInflicthis-: s.n tu'lulbig
gavie (of being %tairile'el \%as In her
eyes'i. which darkened. shadowedies withb
nekuItlj'Iyiflg thought.
'I love Nell," wenttilleea1I14iL. !.iuail.,l
".and I m-mit yoiu to i- lit II- H111 heti
to be lily wife."
!elrs 11.-ldieig''. face hsiilii lett'to is.
sital lily white. (Wle. t hinkinag usItte
stirhsrise' and sesmluern Ithat slat, wum
g~ting .~to s fiinti. I qsu.t iek~lN to,5%tare!
lt'er. loosk her rrij.
'iPssrgis e'ieee-. I %%its hcei.
I'm tI ithoughat you hn-.
k us slit i fs 'ea 4111;4e11111f.,''replied!
Mr... 1~.4-141111. lls'r .451ice %%114asivalely',
mildastlit're -stasue [ie'videncet of' 01 tutti
thimi *-\ve't III ti ler Imuldisr. "Tlheni' s
%-m lmvie'. t spsiplen its)Neill?"
I1014-6 laughesd,'I''.e 1stera try lug (.I
.,-st a s'lacthis'oo I14-ll liii I ha'e'a't
i':cIt It %est.Biul shtee kui'. ic. I tusipe.
Im Ia essisst lost-it's c -\s-It citresattlittle for

I' I hati, tots. i'sir a ifing
tiue,' 'said Mrs. HIstelIng. Ikoi.'.'.atim's
its ma A'.iispe'r.
,'Yzou know!" credleel itk, with a
wit,%% amnd rush t[set-lts-sll i ~ t sher
SlU1 It' s hew rulsII stI ihtas


jai, ./1U. nvl m l uIII 1 41 a..
666 quickly relieves Constipa-
tion, Biliousness, Headaches,
Colds and LaCrippe. 9-14
Visit the modern kitchen at the
Yulee Community House this
week-"Better Homes Week."
C. A. Sauls, of Callahan, was
a business visitor to, the county
seat on Monda.

The ('ity Shoe Repair Shop
does the best work. S. W.
GLUCK. next to bakery.
Upper flat for rent. ('enter
street. Inquiry. al I lack.-,' Cigar
666 cures Malaria, Chills and

n Bli, WiO I* nIi C[unIy[ commis- public reception to Rev. James
J. B. Campbell, the hotel man sioner from that district, was Nunan, D. D., rector of the Ca-
from Hilliard, was transacting here Monday to attend a special thedral, in celebration of his 25
business at the county seat or, meeting of the board, years in the priesthood.
Monday. Tomorrow, the 25th anniver-
S i, i Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ozmer and sary of his ordination, Rev.
Be your own chicken doctor. children, accompanied by Eb. Nunan will celebrate a solemn
Conkey's Roup, Sore Head, O'Brien Davis, left on Tuesday high mass at the cathedral, pre-
Limberneck and other Poultry for Tampa via. auto. Eb will sided over by Rt. Rev. Patrick
remedies at Suhrer's. ;visit his uncles, 11. S. and J. R. Barry, Bishop of St. Augustine
*; Starhuck. land attended by the priests of
T. H. Davis, one of the lead- the diocese. Rev. 1'. 0. O'Sulli-
ing citizens and business men' D). lumphreys, Jr., wholvan, S. J., of Miami, a boyhood
of Hilliard, was here Monday on ; has been attending medical col- friend of Rev. Nunan, will deliv-
a briet Ibusiness mission. Ilege at Richmond, Va., arrived er the sermon.
S* ;Tuesday to spend his vacation The reception in charge of the
Send your dyeing and clean- with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Knights of Columbus and the
ing to Rogers & Jones, 611 Main D. G. Humphreys. Catholic Daughters of America
St., Jacksonville, Fla. We pre- will be held at the Orpheum
pay parcel postage on returning. S. C. Braddock, of Hilliard, Theatre Thursday evening at
'whol represents that district as 8 :30 o'clock and ministers of
FO'R SALE---1500 bushels county commissioner, was in other denominations have been
live oyster shell, 2c per bushel Fernandina on Monday, having invited and will attend. The
if. o. 1). Amelia City. Gerbincg come ,.v-r to,, ttend a s -;i public is reneraliv invited to be

Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever. Oyst'I (c(. It ua11 'tii f1" the bIard.
It destroys the germs. 9-14 ,
S* FOR kENT -- Ten roo m, C ol. atnd Mrs. N. B. Borden
Spanish Tea Rose, the Cream two-story house on Fourth and Mrs. P. R. Brady motored
of Havana; "Hlleartstone Spec- street, between Center and Ala- to St. Augustine Wednesday to
ial, 5c. Made in Fernandiuna. chua. Phone Anderson, No. 8. attend the silver jubilee cele-
a I* a ; a, allaha was brat ion of Rev. James Nunan.
C. C. hne. of .laha1nw no ,: kettv coupe and former pastor of St. Michael's
greeting his friends in Fernain- mattress. Excellent condition. Catholic church here.
dina on Monday. Screened top and large size. In- *
quire it iFlack's Cigar Store. Mrs. l). P. Mularkey, Mrs. John
Spanish Tea Rose, the Cream Mularkey, Mrs. S. Salvador, M
of Havana; "Heart.stone Spec- Sargeant's Dog Medicines, Mrs.
ial," 5c. Made, in Fernandina. Skip Flea Soap and Mange' Antonio Poli and Wheeler Mular-
Remedies, also Glovers Dog key attended the silver anniver-
FOR SALE-Oak wood, $3.00 Remedies at Suhrer's. i sary given Dr. Jas. Nunan in St.
per cord f. o. b. Amelia City. Augustine this week.
GERBING OYSTER CO. It. Clothing made to order, fit Auustne week
guaranteed. The Spring Samp- Mrs. F. F. G(eiger, of VWald,.
Spanish Tea Rose, the Cream les are here. We can please you arrived on Friday and was the
of Havana; "Heartstone Spec-and the prices are reasonable st of her daughter, Mrs. .
ial." 5c. Made in Fernandina. at Mularkeys. Prewitt, until Monday .being
S*jPrewitt, until Monday, being
accompanied home by her little
granddaughter, Evelyn Done-
gan, who spent three weeks here
S with her aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Burt and
Mrs. J. B. Polhill left on Satur-
day for Washington. D. (., to
attend the Shriner's Convention.
Sr They expect to be absent sever-
ODru g S lal weeks. They were accompa-
Inied by little Margaret Roux.
who will visit her uncle anli
aunt for a month.

T le .. d ifl i~ ttve jO haryt' o

the program are: Representing!
the Catholic Daughters. Mr.';j
George Alba, Miss Mena ()H-i
veros and Mrs. Lottie Flaherty.
Itepresenting tile K. of C., W. 0.
Boutwell, F"uIlefle Masters. X.
P(Alicer an(] 1'. V. Pomar.
The following will participate
iiii tile musival pl-ogram: Mrs.
Noel Mier, Mrs. Stella Capo
Welch, Miss Rtith Vanzant, El-
nier Byrd, Fred A. Hetiderich,
A. J. Pros,;er. Harold Colve and
Wallace Leonardi.-St. Augus-I
tine Eveningr RATord.
A number of his friends from
Fernandina went ovci* to St.
Augustine lo attend Ilic silver:

Albert Hirth, of St. Augus-!
tine, accompanied by Misses i
Aline Daniels. of Mayport. and
Miss Taylor. of Thomasville,!
Ga., motored to Fernandina!
Sunday. They were ace ompani-
ed to St. Augustine b% C. 31.
Kelly, who returned Monday.
Miss Mildred Gorenflo and I
Miss Christine Morse have re-
turned home from Aiken, S. C.,
where they ha%,t- beeti attending i


at Amelia City. Address G. .NESAY AFTERNOON
SGerbing, Box 685, Fernandin. m. Joe M. Roux entertained
Hr et delightfully on Wednesday af-
SthM iss Eliza Mularkey left t'Iternoon at the former's attrac-
T o the H orders of i Tuesday for Hawthorne, where tie home on Beech street, in
Sshe will visit her sister. Mrs T. honor of her aunt. Mrs. George
V icto r y B o n d s! i C. Holden. Allen. of Youngstown, Ohio, who
V icto ry*j is the guest of her brother and
SChocolate Milk put up b'y sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
IICTOSRY BONDS bearing the distinguish- Steve in one-half pint bottles 5. Shave, at their home on At-
VICTORY BONDS bearing the distinguish- i at Florida Fruit Store. phon ltltic avenue.
ing letters A, B, C, D, E or F prefixed to 240. The four table.hs were arranged
in the living room and dining'
their serial numbers were called for redemption FOR RENT-Furnished flat. whee spring flowers in
on December 15th, 1922, and do not bear inter- lower floor. South Seventh pr(Ifusions were used to advan-
est after that date. For the convenience of our street. Apply to Mrs. D. A. tag. and throughout the after-
t Kellh n. on several interesting rub-
customers we are prepared to cash these e irs of auction were enjoyed. At
Bonds at par. D. A. Kelly, Jr.. who has been lthe conclusion of the game, the I
attending Belmont Abbey :it first prize, a deck of cards in an!
VICTORY BONDS bearing the distinguish- Belmont, N. C., the past term, iv'ry case, was won by Mrs. L.
ing letters G, H, I, K r L prefied to their will arrive home today for hi S. Chadwick, and the second
in letters GH,,JK O L ixed to their summer vacation. prize. an attractive cut-glass
serial numbers will cease to bear interest on vase, was won by Miss Nell Da-
May 20th, 1923. For the convenience of our Everfast Suitings are absoli- is, while the guest of honor was.
customers we are prepared to cash these Bonds tey guara ed f toe colors -mento of the occas pin as
i Money refunded if it does not me nt o e ain
at par and accrued interest. hold color. See them at Mular Dainty covers were laid and a'
keys. delicious salad course was serv-
S ed, the hostess being assisted ini
FirSt N national Bank Among the visitors to er- seeing by Mrs. LouiGruwald.
nandina on Monday was A. A. Those enjoying the hospitality
FERNANDINA, ELORIDA Dixon, the turpentine man from of Mrs. Roux and Mrs. Shave
Callahan, who was accompanied were: The guest of honor, Mrs.
by his son, Hugh. Allan; Mrs. Charles Binnicker.
: A Mrs. Glyndon Waas, Mrs. F. C.
-- a FARM WANTED Wanted l)avis, Mrs. Leroy McMurray.
I to hear from owner of farm or Mrs. Will Davis, Mrs. N. B. Bor-
good land for sale, for fall de- den, Mrs. Harry Sahlman. Mrs.
Sliver. L. Jones. Boxr 975 louis Grunwald, Mrs. Alvin
LOCAL AND PERSONALL. Jones, Box 975Davenport, Mrs. J.Geo. Suhrer.
AOey, !l. Mrs. Louis Chadwick, Miss Reba
SFOR SALE-20 acres of fine Haile, Miss Bessie Nagel, Miss
Mrs. Sarah Ferreira visited; Carl Warfield, of Hastings, oak timber land located on old Katherine Whitney, Mrs. D. A.
Jacksonville W.i:..- .ti 'spent Sunday and Mond:iv here Scott beach road, near Amelia Kelly, Mrs. T. G. Ozmer, Mrs.
t ith his family. City. $100.00. GERBING 0(YS- Harold Struss, of Tampa; Mrs.
A. J. Hin ha, of Yuee,* TER tCO IC(hairles Lasserre, Miss Eleanor
A. J. Higgnbolhamu, of Yulee This is Straw Hat weather. Arden, of Jacksonville; Mrs.
was transatng busing here on We have them in great variety, Mr. Pat Brener and Miss Lou- Frank Upchurch, Miss Nell Da-
Tuesday. and the prices are right at ise Brener, of Jacksonville, and vis and Miss Marie Whitney.
Warm weather thing inMularkeys. Miss Dorothy Townsend, of Pa- Joining the players for tea were:
correct sty es at ver reasonable in latka, were the guests of Miss Mrs. Otto Nagel, Mrs. J. i1.
correct at ulavr. resnle erbert Gordon, the real es- Nancy Davis Wednesday. Stewart and Mrs. E. W. Laile\,
prce at i tate and insurance man from Jr., of Winter Haven.
S, -Hilliard, was transacting busi- Mr. John Strickland, son of
F 0 R S A 1.- C aiary Birds. ness here on Monday. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Strickland, SILVER ANNIVERSARY
Guaranteed Siniis. Apply Mrs.I arrived in the city Tuesday, and FOR REV. JAMES NUNAN
Sarah Ferreirn. Don't worry about Machine will visit his parents for several
Needles. We keep them to fit weeks. .F
Spanish Tea Rose, the Cream any make of Sewing Machine.' Friends, both Catholi and o'
of Havana; "lleartstone Spec- 3 for 10c at Mularkey's. H. S. Higginbotham, of Calla- other denominations will partici-
il" w M'.11 4 i. F.r. .iha *, h. pate Thursday evening in the

All.". C.
daughter, t of J., 1,
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:broken coliar

road t')
Ill't. deep froill
5 x -) ,,I. .!(.%, I'!
deep, 2

King s. Cash Grocery

QwMY Goods for Paticular People
T!IlkTmrv ww% ---- MUTAOSSWIffb

A r-,4

Frida tille

feed Vea -

in Summer is a delir,*ejt.,
drink, the thin tall daini,.
ylass and the long
$POOR are Obsolutply
sary. feed Vea unle.",
served in Ws way is noi
attractive or salisfyl*.,,..
?I/* have these ylasses arld
spoons I'm jl,(*14rentpatlwrt.%.



FOR SALF-Electric
fail. Morris

Mrs. Balloy. 11%.
Winter flavell. i.-.; tile gilo:-
and Mrz;. F. W. BalhY.

M'r. John Holden. 4,1* 1

thonie, spent Sunday herv wIt h t icv-
ru la I i %. d s.
N. A. Hardev. Jr.. 1(-fi on()1.41er huld. %tdl
Mondav for points ill 'I'VIIII(ISSee.,
lovsft-rs. 300 1*1.
where he will visit relatives 116,,
surnmer. Amoha rivc.r.

Under 111111ker has I-eturned
-it DeLand to spend his vacation
home from StOson Umversity
xvith his parents. Dr. and Mrs.
L. L. Runker.



4)XlP)2e a)
Thromeh the

)roll you
-,*LIrt you 01)
v to (-) %v ne r-
V v a
WC t

1)-mk at in,
Each week
make an ad(litionil 11,011TWI-It. Soon
your paymcnts, Ific mccrcst paid
by the bank will make the ctr YOUrs.
So Plan to ( ,et out i 1 ito the fiJd, au J woods
down to the heach or stre:.i, tOwfi-milly
and you-iii thcR)rd'-cJX.
business or pleasure aiiytillic 'ItAl Stwf) 111ttP
the driver's seat wid put y,)ur foot un tile
starter button.
It is a car forall %v-: -,Iicr ,.;Oi n%!1 co!n(urt
for cvr,ryutie. toid ik)%% it
reach. Cuf"e ill

Lasserre Motor Company
Aethorized Ford. Fordsuin. Lincoln Dealers
Fernandina Florida

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