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: August 10, 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: VID00034
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
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J. J. Kelly, -I=

4. A ,







A regular meeting
Young Men's Commercia
which has recently been
ized, was held at the Yule
munity House Monday
with a goodly number p
Jas. A. Smith, president:
Partin, vice president, and
Anderson, secretary, we
there. A permanent "N
dustries Committee" w,
pointed, composed tf the
ing: J. A. Ferreira, cha
.Jas. A. Smith, l). A. Pai
R. Merrow, E. Molnar. Th
ter of having a celebra
i'ernandina on Labor Day
day, Sept. 6th, was broug
and the following com
appointed to look after t
gram: M. L. Griffin,
Reed, L. Goldstein and thi
ident, Jas. A. Smith. Fu
ing necessary for the or
t ion to take care of corr
ence, etc., $1.00 was agri
on as a membership
other funds needed to be
by public subscription. '
tention of the club having
directed to the little
issued by the Chamber o
merce, a resolution was a
requesting all members a
general public to procure
ply .of these to be used in
town correspondence.
The Fast Flying Fis
rubbed a -mighty frne gi
lubricant into the Big St<
fit from Jacksonville ye
on the local hillside, ui
"3 and 1" score. The Coh
tingent drew first blood
opening. frmme aiJ0~ *1
ly tally across. Fer
scored two in their half
first and another in the
The out-standing feature
game was the hitting
Mack for the visitors, w
five out of as many times
a brace of pretty double
among the collection.
starred with the willow
locals, garnering three
four times up. Terrell go
of pretty hits out of thr
to the plate. Harvey, wh
ed a masterful game a
cross, Ga. on Tuesday,
again yesterday,- and i
didn't open up, he was i
any danger.
II. FlIod. c. 4 1 1 1
.Jones. rf. 4 1 3
Armst'ng If. 4 0 0
Terrell, hlb. 3 0 2
1)uBost. ',b. 4 0 0
Kelly. ss.. 4 0 1
Nagel, J.. Flood. 2b. 4 1 1
lHarv'eyv. p. 4 0. 1
otais ..35 3 9 .
I.. Mack, ss. 5 1 5
.I. M1ak. 2b. 5 0 0
Katet.s. "1. 5 0 0
M.ctks, lb.. 4 0 0
Ferid'z. If. 3 0 0
IO'\wlTr, p. 4 0 2
Smth'mn. c... 4 -0 0
HIlanson, cf... 2 0 1
Ih'rrh'k. rf... 3E0 0

Totals ...35 1 8
lIarv.v. 6: by Fowler,
p)ituchr Hanson, F
liase on balls-off HarI
Fowler. 2. Sacrifice9-
Armstrong, H. Flo'
pitch-Harvey. To
-1.. Mack, 2. UmO
Score By Innin
.erniiandina .......00 1
(',,h,.n ..............1000
The Japanme niena
Ma-aru and the S.-
are due to arive next

W. L. Forbes, of New York, According to a statement giv-

CELEBRATION-b.Foriaes, ofsewHorkE 11 1-2 MILLS 1923
who has been in the city for the en out by W. S. Whitney, city
past ten days selling stock in an clerk, thirty had registered to
"effort to locate a factory here participate in the election for-BE
to manufacture adjustable alum- three city commissioners on Au-
of the MAGGOTS IN THE MASH inum screens for windows, has gust 21st up to yesterday, sev- THE BAHAI MESSAGE S. H. Swearingen. tax asses-
l Club, met with a great deal of encour- en of the number being colored. sor, is in receipt of a telegram
organ- We have often read about the agement, we are reliably inform- These are all new registrants, This is the one ideal that is the from Ernest Amos. State comp-
e Com- filth of the mash from which ed. H. F. Sahlman, who owns having registered since the very life of this age; the very troller at Tallahassee, to the ef-
night, whiskey is made. Not long ago the warehouse erected several books were opened on the st of foundation of material and di- feet that the State village for
resent. we read a government inspec- years ago for the Seminole Fer- August. The city registration vine civilization; the blood that the year 192:3 will be 11 1-2
; D. A. tor's description of the-accumu- tilizer & Oil Co., but which was book closes today, Friday, at will animate and deinate the mills, which is an increase oxer
SL. tors descripation of bugs, flies and vermin never completed nor even used. five o'clock p. in., and if you body of mankind and deliver the year 1922 of 7-8 of a mill.
ere all found in the meal mash in the has taken quite a good sized have not already registered with him from sins, transgressions The State village this y1ar is
ew In- illicit distilleries in the moun- block of the stock, and in the the city clerk, you will not be al- and greed. There is not a single apportioned as follows: Gener-
as ap- trains. Florida moonshine dis- event the factory is located here, lowed to after today. And you individual on this planet today al revenue, 5 7-8 mills; State
follow- tillers, however, seem to be in a it will be operated in that build- must be registered to vote. This that would deny the necessity or school tax, I mill; pension tax,
irman; class by themselves. g, which will make an ideal runs thetotal number registered the eed of sucan internation-2 1-2 mills; State Board of
rtin, S. The Ocala Star tells of a still, pfor such an enterprise. Mr. to nearly four hundred, but as a al system of cooperation be- Health, 1-2 mill; State federal
re mat- captured by the sheriffs office Forbeswas formerly at South good many are away on summer teen the nation and overn- aid roal tax, 1 mill; priState fso tderx.
tion -in of Marion county, that took the Jacksonville, but not meeting vacations and as some have left ments, but those who advance 1-8 mill; tick eradication ltx.
v, Mon- cake. "The still was one of the with the proper amount of en- there will hardly be more than these ideas realize that at the 1-2 mill; total, 11 1-2 mills. The
ght up, largest and most complete ever couttement-moral and finan- three hundred and twenty tosame time there re are many oh- State village for the year 1922
mittee brought to Ocala," says the cial backing, decided to try it at three hundred and fifty partici- stacles and stumbling blocks in was 10 5-8 mills.
,he p ro- ghtal ys Fernandina. He states that the pating, if that many. stacles and stumbling blocks in was 10 548mills.
he pro- Star. "It was of copper through- an a. He at the pat f that many.their way. These difficulties The county commissioners
C. C. out. The mash container plant, when in operation, will
C. C. out. The mash container w employfrom one to three hund- BOARD LL IMPROVE and obstacles are ignorance, pre- have not as yet made up the
e pres- about three feet high, fofeetwideet h p nonetrn nes TI RLURMAL RCHOOLSp'judice, narrow-mindedness and 1923 budget in full and have not
nds be- long and two feet wide and had re s.. ernandina needs TH RURAL SCHOOLS lukewarmness of certain classes been able to determine just
gania. steam domes for four coils. pay rolls and welcomes all en- ment ivof people, toward such inter- what will be needed to carry on
espond- The container was of pare cop- terprises. According to a statement gv-national principles. This ignor- the work for all departments of
eed up- per and strongly rivete to- en out by O. T. Weaver, county ance, these prejudices, racial and the county. 23 7-8 mills were
p fee, gether. The coils were also of PLAN LABOR DAY CELE. superintendent of public tru national, which exist today in assessed for county and school
raised copper. Walter Perkins says it BRATION AT FENANDINA ton, the school board will make the world, act as dark and heavy purposes last year and the tax-
The at- is the largest still they have an effort to greatly improve the clouds before the shining of the payers of the county can rest as-
ig been caught in action. They destroy- James A. Smith, who so suc- rural school s of the county by sun of international co-opera- sured.that it will not be any less
booklet ed one that was larger but they cessfully made the Fourth of frnishmg sufficient wire to tion and reciprocity. The duty this year, and will probably
Af Corn- found it cold. After taking a July celebration an event lopg to ence an acre of land aroundof forward-looking men and run a little higher.
adopted little of Reichard's distillate for be remembered in Fernandina, every country school building in women is to scatter with their One of the things which will
and the evidence the sheriffs force de- is now working on a plan to the county if the patrons of the inherent force these clouds; so contribute to higher taxes for
a sup- stroyed the balance. About make Labor Day, Monday, Sept. schools will furnish the pots that the sun may shine wth the the year 1923 is due to the fact
out-of- thirty gallons of the most pois- 3rd, an even greater day here., and put up the fence. The utmost brilliancy and splendor that the State railroad assess-
onous rotgut soaked into the It takes funds, however, and Mr g er pounds could be beautified and The well wishers of the world ing board in Tallahassee has cut
sand of the little island. There Smith will appreciate any finan- kept m good condition if this of humanity,he the soiologists, the assessment on the railroad
,UB- was sixty-two gallons of mash, cial assistance that the people method is adopted. nd the child who ae trying to study these property inn assau county to
RREWS and the sheriff says that a look can give him. Not that Jim ren would be able to plant t lawsre revolve all their concep- the extent of about $70,000.00,
at it would, in his opinion, make feeds it, but it would hardly be and flowers without fear of tions around the solution of this and the real and personal prop-
hermen the wQrst old soak swear off for- fair for him to finance the thing their being destroyed by cattle. problem, but the visionaries, erty on the 1923 rolls shows a
rade of ever more. It was swarming all by himself. So don't be back- Another good feature about prthose who delvthe into the ream decrease in valuation. his will
ore out- with the most filthy looking ward, but tell him how much you fencing in the rural school of speculation and me into t ysics, have to be mae in up and it will
sterday maggots and stunk to high can stand to make the day a ground wouldbe the fact that saywith theoretical pron a nd sc devolve upon the taxpayers of
rsing a heavens." h glorious one. the pups wouldthenb able to arguments, these things will not Nassau county to do it.
,en con- Think of that, ye moonshine eat their lunches at the noon at all advance the condition of
in the drinker. When you turn the ANO hour without being molested at all adnevertheless theconditire are ERNANDINA EVENS UP
mudina are drmnkg the double dlstilled -' er school in te coun- ve or er pafm so
of the extract of maggot juice.- F. C. Groover, of Jacksonville t We think the idea is a and wholesome principles for The Fernandina Fishermen
fourth. Gainesvlle Sun. has cloe d a deal for the J I. splendid one and one that sold the realization of which they journeyed up to Waycross, Ga.
of the Whitworth property at Callahan be encouraged by the people in work whole heatedly, each soul on Tuesday and blanked the fast
of Le MR. SWEARINGEN COR- and will immediately begin re- every locality in the county. the formation of the Universal team of tting revenplace for the 2 to
ah got RECTS FALSE RUMOR modeling the place preparatory the formation of the Universal by getting revenge for the 2 to I
SRECTS FALSE RUMOR modelocating the large reparatorya mind and consciousness. victory here. last week by the
a sb tb lo-catng a lrge potry farm C. G. Sinmons has accepted a The Bahai Movement has Georgians
%s being Fernandina, Fla., Aug. 9th. there. Mr. Groover plans to position as boilermaker in the been established in the East for "Speed" Harve the local
Jones Editor Nassau County Leader, start with at least 3,000 birds. Atlantic Coast Line shops at been establi strengthening pitching ace didn" Harvey, gie th
for the city, The Callannsecion seems to PLakeland, the purpose of strengthening pitching ace, didn't give the
out of DeTheir: adapted to pon seems to be and brifiging into life and activ- Wavcross outfit a look-in, caus-
t a ear se allow me space in the tiadapted topou as few fisee- Dr.. A. Brewster, of Cala-ity this very principle of inter- ing'fifteen of them to turn back
et is Please allw me space in the ationre, atial aand are now five Dr. W. A. Brewster, of C national co-operation between via the strike-out route. He
ei s columns of your valuable paper or six large and paying plants han, was a visitor to the county the peoples of the earth. Baha'- gave them a trio of sings and
t pWcA- to reply to a certain rumor being located there. seat on Thursday. o'llah has brought forth certain walked three. The outstanding
went in circulated about the streets of ideas and principles the seeds of features of the game were the
rhile F ernandina tso the effect that which has scattered in the fields pitching of Harvey and a shoe-
ever I could ot sere office should I be elec- of the minds of men. The people string catch of a long fly ball by
ever in t ed to the office of Cithey Commis- are flooding these fields with "Henry Flood, Fernandina's stel-
sioner because of the fact that I thoughts of love and fellowship, lar little right gardner.
Esessor in and for Nasfice u county. Aand soon we shall see the growth pOX SCORE.
SA essor in and report is entirely withounty. and development of the wonder- FDNA. AB RH PO A E
1 0 0 Tfouhis report is entirely without T ful trees of divine civilization-H. Flood, rf. 5 1 2 1 1 0
1 0 0 foundation and absolutely un- S AVC finally reaching the stage of Jones, c........ 3 0 1 15 0 0
1 0 true. The gentleman circulat- fruitage.-Adv. Armst'g, If... 2 0 1 0 0 0
9 1 ing this report should familiar- Terrell, lb. 4 0 1 8 0 0
0 1 2z himself with the laws of Flor- CERTA for Jellies and Jams. .. $ .40 M. L. GRIFFIN HEADS DuBose, 3b.. 3 0 1 1 0 0
0 0 0 The trouble with him is that Junket Tablets for Jellies and Desserts .15 NASSAU CHAP. R. A. M. Kell 3 0 1 2 0
4 2 he does not want me to serve 10 J. Flood, 2b 3 0 0 0 1 3
0 3 0 and is circulating this report to Stick Licorice ......10.. Working under a special dis- e 3 0 0 0 3
- change the minds of some of my Bath Salts, Perfumed ....40 pensation, M. L. Griffin was Hre p. 4
27 8 3 friends who expect to vote for Russina Violet Ammonia .40 elected High Priest; V. S. St. Totals 31 2 10 27 5 6
.. me in the coming election. He John, King, and H. C. King, ___
SA E is also aware of the fact that Cocoa Quinine... .50 Scribe of Nassau Chapter No. WAY'C'SS AB R H PO A E
0 2 2 should I be elected that I will be Eau Sublime Hair Coloring, blk .. 1.10 49, Royal Arch Masons, at a Ponder, ss... 5 0 0 0 : 0
3 2 1 ai'epresentative of the PEOPLE 1.00 ... held ,ue _a niht. Lewis 3b 3 0 4 ,
0 q OF FERNANDINA, and not of La Creole Hair Dressing .. mee t Hueld Tue da ight Lews b. 0 0 0 4 (
8 0 0 any particular faction. Mary T. Goldman's Hair ColorRestorer; Priest of the State of Florida, Godbe e f -. 4 0 1 0 0 0
2 0 0 I am'perfectly willing to leave No. 1 and No. 2, each .. 1.50 was present to install the newly McCa lf.. 3 0 0 0 0 0
2 5 0 this matter.with the people of o nce a e elected officers, who were elect- O'Quinn f 2 0 0 0 0 0
9 0 0 Fernandina and wiin cheerfully Iron Rust Soap, removes rust at onceed to fill vacancies as a result of OBlQuo, f. 24 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 submit to the wishes of the ma- also ink and fruit stains .25 those holding the three offices B e c. 4 0 0 10 0
'-toehmgmeme _ycs 1re b; 3 .0 0 16 0 o

0 jority on August 21st. Japanese Gold Paint .40 moving away.- re orolowing i od. 4 0 1 0 6 0
-- I hoe that I may have the .25 appointments were made, the Cornett.. 1 0 0 0 0
24 9 privilege of presenting my side Putnam Gold Paint ........... 2 election of the above causing ......
opt by of the question to the voters of Lemon Cleansing Angelus vacancies in the appomtive of- Totals ......3 0 3 27 15 0
e e vacancies in the appointive of-...... ..
. Hit by Fernandina before election. cream 0 and 1.10 fices: P. E. Stapleton, Captain *Batted for Croby in ninth.
nernandn Respectifully, 5 of the Hosts; 0. P. Nagel, Roya Summary: ---truck out by
y, 2; off S. H. SWEARLNGEN. De-Witts Eye Bath, with cup .50 Arch Captain; J. M. Roux, Mas- Harvey, 15; by Mainwood 10
.Hanson, ( Paid Political Adv.) Anagelsic Baume, yene .75 ter of the 2nd Vail; J. N. Ford, Base o bal--ff Harvey 3
. PaidWPolitica. ---.35Masterofhe-1stv,.A off Mainwood, 1. Stolen base%

SORIAL ERVICE AT Aagelsic Baume, other makes the officers were installed. Re- 2 Ponder, 1;
baEn THEATREMi Si AT ire'sR Boot Beer Extract, for making freshments were served at the Goodloe, I Sacrifce-Jones,
REX THEATRE, 3 P. M. root beer ............. --.. -25 close of the meeting. 1; Armstrong, 2; Nagel, 1. Two-
base hit-DuBose. Earned runs
:00 0x-8 A beautiful service has been. POSTOFFICE CLOSES IN -Fernandina, 1. Hit by pitcher
000 1 00- arranged by the Chamber of T e are just a few, there a ny more HONOR OF DEAD PRES. -O'Quinn. Passed bals-Jones.
Commerce and community in good ones at
"i t the Rex Thetr t-* on at 1. Umpire-Verona.
U da atthree ocock p. m eatre t The flag on the federal build- Score By Innings:
day at thm eo themok p. m. to pay ing was placed at half mast Fernandina .....100 000 001-2
iPh Gte ra G. Harding, twenty-ninth .of-fa- A when the news of the death of Waycross ............000000 000-4
iie for president of the United Statehs President Harding reached Fer-
_- .j amr r ido flteUnit S ,tato e s....--..m. '3,, nandina, and will remain so for Mr. and Mrs. E. S. DuBose. of



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CaiCKT PEWaw Wr.liar *nd PV'*r.
I.-ntredv at the postolce at Fernandlna.
lioreia. -a second-elass mall matter.
Local and Long Distance
Phone, 40-
One Year .
Sir Mouths ......... .7
Single Copy .05



There are some 450,000 Boy
Scouts today who are hunting
for animals to whom they may
do a kindness. This means that
in ten years we shall have an
army of 450,000 men actively
engaged in carrying on a cru-
s. (l- of mercy.
"A Scout is kind," says the
S .ixth Scout law. "He ti a friend
to animals, ie will not kill or
hurt any living creature need-
lessly, but will strive to save and
protect all harmless life." And
the Handbook for Boys says:
"Another scout trait is that ot
thoughtfulness, even to animals.
Every Scout is a boy of h, nor,
and therefore no Scout ever
would accord to a helpless ani-
mal any treatment that would
-be painful, neglectful, or in any
manner unjust. A boy of 'honor
cannot treat even a worm un-
justly. He will remember that
the cat, the dog, horse, and ox
are helpless prisoners in his
hands, dependent upon his mer-
cy and thoughtfulness. It is
only the meanest of men who
treat their prisoners or their
faithful servants with cruelty or
All over the country, Boy
Scouts are building bird-houses
for their feathered friends.
Newark, N. J., troops supplied
200 of the 2,100 houses that
were entered in the annual con-
test. The Boy Scouts at Ash-
burnham, Mass., supplied 168
stood oltatlwns tor Arde Nalts- wkLn-
One of the Scoutmasters of a
Pennsylvania troop was recently
- awarded the llornaday medal
for distinguished service to wild
life. His eager Scouts always
accompany him on his expedi-
tions. They are maintaining
eighteen feeding racks, which
they themselves built and filled.
Our young savage learns that
it is more fun to bandage a limp
little paw, and hear an ecstatic
thump from a stumpy tail, than
to chase a terrified puppy up
the alley. He learns that it is
more of a victory to induce the
starved cat to accept a bit of fish
from his hand, than to send her
scampering over the fence. IHe
finds it just as interesting to
lielp as to hurt, and before long
his heart is touched, and he
looks for opportunities to be of
While on a recent hike, a troop
in Arizona heard a moan of dis-
tress. Investigation disclosed a
young calf which had fallen into
a prospector's excavation. The
descent was a ticklish piec., of
work, but the Scouts did not
hesitate. They made a rope of
their belts, and one of the boy's
volunteered to go after the calf.
He tied the rope around the little
animal and the other boys pulled
him up to safety.
A Scout in Milwaukee tells
to what use he put his know-
ledge of first aid: "While going
to school I saw a crowd gather.
I ran to the place and saw a bull-
dog had been run over by an au-
tomobile. The dog's eyes bulg-
ed from his head and his muscles
were stiffening with coming
death. He was lying on his
back. I kneeled over him, forc-
ed open his mouth, pulled out
his tongue, placed a pencil
across his mouth and let his
jaws close. This kept his tongue
from falling back into his throat
and kept his mouth open.
"I then applied the Schaeffer
method of resuscitation. After
fifteen minutes of artificial
respiration the dog began to
shopr sighs of life. The eyes no
longer-bulged and his heart beat

normally. About fifteen min-
utes later I stopped, and again
-the dog breathed alone, but
seemed unable to rise. After
examination I found the back-
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by two sons, Joseph Weimar., 0of s uls oIlultst dhligltt was .In
Baldwin, and Townsend Weimar. h "rist adl in ( -ist's work for
of Jacksonville; by four daugh-
ters. Mrs. Frank Suhrer, Pensa-
cola, Fla.; Mrs. Henry Hall. Ox- l
ford, Fla.; Misses Eliiabeth inl RO BS UAllUO EL OF
Maggie Weimar, of Fernandla, i l
Fla.; by two nieces, Mrs. C. NMl A U SND AlNCER
Ward and Miss Etta Cassilv'. of 8 U HN UDillU l
Fernandina: by a nephew. J. 0.
Cassidy, of W\ashington. D. C.: Medicinal Virtues Retained and
and by seven grandchildren. Improved Dangerous and
Carl Weimar, of Charleston. S. Sickening Qualities Removed.
C., and Miss Claire Weimar, of Perfected Tablet Called "Cal-
Fernandina, Winnie Weimar, of otabs."
Baldwin; Frank,- Bettie, Wil-
helmina and James Suhrer, of Th e hAt-.t uiiiin ..r ,iiOicern .m4i'iCe
PA--iilfnla 1" ;1 "",^-''u'"*:: td. caloniel tablet
Pfnsal cola. n.' t, .. trad- as C talt Itbs."
Originally, Mrs. Weimar was n.. ,,, :, generally useful of
a member of the Lutheran vr fl,'.f ;.:,'laint--purified r--
church in Ehrhardt.-South Caro- ;I' ", .. .. ,jti'-mnaIt- ".-ah-
lina. When she came to Fernan- it
dina. she found a congenial homr ...',,, a in a rt-at
in the First Presbyterian Church r s.,,ma.h ,and kidney~
of this city. The spontaneous- ",,' 'is,, I] ( i A?. ,fte.
ness. the spirituality, the effi- n'""' ,~.,c, unt of its sickeningg
S. ... e' iI+ 1 1. tli N.\.. it 1-4 Ihe ra- st anld
ciency of her service as a mem.- "*"'t psant, of medicine, to take.
ber of this church for twenty-- aI.t ,cath )tsmetenari-
two years, in all its local and nauea. r.. saits A good
general activities. are known of .tre r, fine with .t .-lean i\er. a
all. All that she had, her heart .,'l"'1 'ern. arnd a a*M appetite
her hands, her home, her family .':'-t., .,r,. 01,1j iin ,n trinal,

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ment of a nearby- store and ':..:-:. + .
covered him up. After: i--ol I *
stopped in and found he would W
recover. I had been twcnty-five
minutes late for school." --
In literally hundreds of cities, o m
the Boy Scouts in winter pull
sagging blankets over the shiv- W W
ring horses, scatter cr-mmbs on
the frozen ground. ard drily
save some terri :,d little
creature from injury or death. om e
Scouts are encouraged to take
an interest in all sorts ot ani- m
mals. Every troop his, its mas-
cot. Th4 boys who I.ave ioved --- =
and fondled their own pets. who X
have been taught to f('ol inter-
est in all animals, and who are L* E
on the alert for a chance to help
them, are going to be c ci i- :
zens of tomorrow. Y t',
generous hands we may safely *
trust the fate of the helpless -
friends whom thev loved in their W eh ha v
boyhoodi.-Ex. W e have a

MRS. MARY KATHERINE special sale on

On the southeast corner of N I3
Ash and Sixth Mreets in beauti- i l
ful Fernandina stands a large Y '
house known lby all as h liciie *
of "The Weinmars." The luld- X
ing is of a type well k-'wn ii |
the South, it veranlzdas b.S.ii
its walls wide. its ceilings high.
its windows large; and it has a X
fine setting in the. rneat tre<.1 t1ath will make
which rise above it, overarching ,:
with their branches the streets': a Big Cit y
in front to the north ai.d vast. e artment
The life aml .1jo of this hlitnme
for many long, ~ ars had tIn Store urn
Mrs. Mary Kvthrhi: V" : r. t
who, on Monday, .July ;0<. 1)92". 'rCCn w i t il
at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, was V
taken by her Sqvior to a place envy- -
which He had prepared for her X
in His Father's House. She
fondly loved both these places- 5 c 9 Qc
"True to the kindred points of f -
Heaven and home." X
On Tuesday. July 31, at 3,
otclock in the afternoon, with I
bowed heads and reverent spirt'- 8 *
it, friends and relatives met to X
hear what God would say to y
them in this hour of sorrow,
through the Comforter. The *
coice of the minister of Christ, -
Dr. McCaslin, beloved and hon- *
ored by all who know him. es-
pecially in his pastorate of the X II
Riverside Presbyterian Church 1 7
Sin Jacksonyille. bore the con- S J o%
1olaton >t l- those assembled, while subdued S IUU UU
ind appropriate music and pray- ..
Ir melted the heart. ." :::
The casket with its sac-red
treasure was in the care of old es? Does not the last terse of
friends, J. D. Ogilvie, G. C. Bur- the thirteenth chapter .t First
'ess, George E. Wolff. A. S.,Al- Corinthians give us ort.- answerr?
Ian, Ira W. Hardee and D. A. First, her "faith." TF is pan-
Kelly. At B-osque Bello Ceme- oplied the whole realm of her
tery, earth, our common mother, being with the teaching. of her
inveilcd her bosom and took her Bible. The Book that lav so
new treasure to her trust. And much tipon her lap, o was so of-
flowers covering the spot breath- ten in her hands, was to her im-
ad out their life to make it frag- mutable truth. On that truth
,ant and sweet. she based h-r work, in it she
The parents of Mrs. W.eimniar 'found her Ipeace and 're,-.
were 1and Wilhelmina seco.l. op, ...' Opti-
Wingard. She was born in LIex- mism gave lighl to her eve and
ngton, South Carolina. October l)riht ncss to her t..-. The
10, 1351. W while the 'oids f' se ,nt--- -- t 's h ,d h ou Th t
he (mCirl War wer., gatben g, least Ihe usual c-ar es, -hr.... ve-
her .a.'lier years wer being m ots. iisapp,,i,,, met,- ,,1' ear-
spent in the fair Ct of (' olum- ,lvtif. it the,'tuti 'eo a.-
'na. in whose l .Seninarty for.,- \ti l t Bt t, r, ,I .I
Young ladles she was ed(icateil. <.'* tiih.. albEd t to i h lhr*l'
On November 23.,1869), she was h- Ithe< .loe."t th' 1 e lone.
married to Daniel Weimar, (who h"n i',, her livte.' "lfe lvtedo
dlied several years ago), and ,had mwuch. It,1 ns t r'a affections
resided in Fernandina for i vt'e- w ern 'tiesel y yearning in their
ty-two years. tenderness. Every droi of her
STwo of Mrs. .Weimar's chil blo called to,,ll thoslt in whose
ren. Anna Isabelle and Dl)anietl vCi"S .owL tkenird crimson
Bernard, were called from her d-'ops. lHer spirit ;ial altl-tions
in childhood. She is survived W broad, : str".ng, dp. He t'r






To All

.N,'tivv is hereby given that the- f.. lwifving descrilwd 1lzamij, %%wi..1
Publlici auctionf on MO)NDAY. T14F Ti1ll D lAY OF SEPTEMltEl'x p
ait the COurt Ifouse. in the City of Fern nadui na. Nassau imt\. i V!,1-
jittich t here. .t*am xwill he 1)e('e53ry to paIy the a ni''int d1ue 6.r .t\,
o-hlb4itetf- he.- a:im. t-. father with c s, f :t .. ISuh salt- i. l i tl I''


l1h a n-k
Mi ock

Block I.


<: o. it
25. Lot 11 (for 1921)
25. Lot 11 (for 1922)
225. Lot l15 (for 1921)
25. Lot 1. (f.,r 19:22)
:; L. I,, ;S
:'.;. l., 5', of .5. *>
"L7. I.ot 5. (for 1921
37. Iot (for 19'22)
29. Liot S'L. of 7 (for 1921)
39. L1.t S'. of 7 (for 19221
53. Lots 3. 4. 5. 0;
54. Lots 1. N 2-, of 8
135;. Lot 'a .of 1 and 2 (for 1:021)
155. Lot El.. of 1 and 2 (for 1922)
26S. Lot \" 511 ft of 2:. :32
2.,(. L.ot :33
:,;'-,. .,ot 31. E'.. of :32 (f,,r 1.22>

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1t. U' L~ingst~ll
I.F-. Mularhs.-
.1. F. lurky rkq'
it ida rk ey I Ir.
AI. %, is
.1 F. M u la rl4
.1. F. Mlularkv'
D). 1'.NIitla rk v.
.1. It. Pu,40hiit
.1ohn W'. Simm-o.u,-
Ital ph lRussellI
E~st. Nlrs. M. 1k siltithi
E-st. Mrs-!.M. 11 Smith

City Tax Collector.

Ford .0




The Ford Motor C(ompanm announces on August 1st a general redutc-
tion in the price of Ford and Foi-dson repair parts. What could be more
welcome news to the lar" e family of Ford and Fordson owners in this com-
munity? The new parts price lists are now being used and parts are being
sold at the new reduced prices.


* 6150-6200B

Differential Dl)rive ear
Commutator Brush
Commutator Case



With our rock bottom flat rate labor charges, and these new and un-
heard of low prices on "eauine Ford parts. why wait longer to have your
Ford car put in perfect running condition?

We dffer you our complete shop facilities for servicing Ford products.
together with these low pi:.ces. and our aim and desire to give you the very
finest service on your Fo d car. Went you come in now or let us send for
your car and make you an estimate on what it will cost to put it in first
class condition, and let ts show % ou the advantages of having us keep it
in this condition for you.'


Stokes Motor Company

Hilliard, Florida







FERNANDINA, FLORIDA Friday, August 10. 192:;

the world. Her spirit burned FOR SALE mahogany, pilot house c,,t iol
with Missionary fervor. It is now fully equipped ,,,
Her "faith, hope, love!" This BOAT "MISS AMERICA" 45 shrimping two 75 ft. nts
trinity was in her heart wheft length 11 ft. beam frame. h. p. Fairbanks-M ..
the Spirit wrought His final i engine for hauling shrimp ni il
masterpiece upon her soul. Then kerosee2 meep Water-tight bulkhead hetw I..
she slept. e engine, speed 10 shrimp box and engine mi e
"When I go home, leaving the tank capacity 300 gallons
hen I go home. leaving the 60gallon water tank. Ca b. Boat and engine 2 years o!.
world behind, l water tank. Can be ed only fifteen months. !' .
wr hn used for pleasure. 19 ft. raisededon l fifteen months.
This transitory place that slil- deck cabin, 6 ft., 2 inches head ttaY ROBINtive.
tered me; room, toilet, lavatory, galley, WESLEY ROBINs().\.
S* cabin finished with cypress and St. Marys. -
What new delights and virtues
shall I find;
what wistful presence ,shall I A Fine Tonic.
then see.MRoym Waitinglikeshadows ineternity, i ERSM IT Builds You Up
With outstretched hands, unut- i tIouUp
terably kind? reventsandRelives
"All the'old love shall rush upon CHILLTONIC
my heart. i Chll and Fever- Denlue
All the lost friendships of the Malaria Chills and Fever-Den e
world sh4ll come
To whisper to me .:-:;::+:+:.'-.'
Yea, these shall come in the old. :
beautiful way, r -
And take me very secretly apart. X
To say what only those in Hea-X T A
\'Ven may say." E. D. RE T IEA
Jacksonville, August 7, 1923.

8:. International News- By layers Travulaughs-

^ ?|Daniel Boone-Comedies and Westerns


T'S Spring-the ener-
getic time of the year
when the grown-ups
and the kiddies need ener-
giting, pure foods instead
of nostrums. Let our bread
disappear from your table
three times a day. It's a
health habit. Speaking of
our delicious pastry-it's
delight fully digestible.

Bake-Rite Bakery
Fernandina, Fla.

^ -j








Friday, August 10, 1923


Page Amre

The Best of Groceries

The housewife chooses a home
once in a lifetime-an automo-
bile once a year (maybe)-a
new dress once a mouth (per-
haps)-hut she chooses GRO-
difficult. however, when she
trades at

Island City Market
F. H. HOBIEN, Proprietor

Center and Third Streets


Modern Roads as Advertising 'PUTTING IN, T A K E OUT

The cost of building and main- Successful Termination D e-
l:inning good roads seems so- pends Upon Efforts to Get
great that many taxpayers are Most Results.
inclined to lie dQrt, and say
they simply can't be afforded. M '-
Vet before taking that attitude Many a man has goneto for
it is well to reflect on the re- example, say a church gathering
,rms that a goodl road brings. ;where a gool sermon was to be
The news t hat a certain town heard, and gone away empty
or district has good roads .handed-because he took noth-
lgg with him. Even a stated
spreads for many miles around. wth hm. Evena stated
Motorists drive m that way when church service gives little to the
out for pleasure, or will go in attendant who does not contri-
that direction when seeking a bute something-at least his in-
trading center. They will go terest and sympathy-to the
nianv miles out of their way if meeting. Put nothing in; you get
they can strike a good road into nothing out! That rule of com-
-ome ul)siness center. sensation works in all co-opera-
h. conhience and comfort tive enterprises with emphatic
)f a good road is thus a magnet effect. The Dublin Courier-
thiat draws trade and business, Herald the other (lay said a
Ilhat spreads prosperity into the columnful in a three line para-
surroinding country. It makes graph:
Stown seem like a live one. The "You cannot cash a check on a
atow seem like a lie one. The ank in which you have made no
:: ireets of its Iusiness center aret' hank n whho have made no
W,..ll filled with visitors, while a deposit-neither can you cash
IownI with poor outlying roads: in on a Chamber of Commerce
linlds visitors going elsewhere. ome
i ..... .... ,,h, t ,,.i sonal energy, co-operation and
t I co s m h t t hm it solv- thd-- _

I I S g e e,1,- l U ll U l
.I0od roads problem. but it costs
llmor not to.-Ex.


The extraordinary Borozone
1 ro-atment for flesh wounds,
i i-ls, sores, galls, burns and
.c:lds is just as effective in the
s l ;,ll- as in the home. Horse
fl-hlii heals with remarkable
luiitmil<'. The treatment is the
.,; ie for animals as for humans.
1'irst wash out infectious germs
\\ilh liqluid Borozone. and the
I:,iroz(Pon Powder completes the
Iti:iling prI''ess. Price (liquid)
.:,, .(o'. a:iid $1.20. Powder 30c
.itl i, Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer.


\\. n 1 ;lan industrious, repu-
l. 1;1l%\ ir gentleman to repre-
ni I, genuine J. R. Watkins
i',! I- iin Fernandina. A few
Si 'it tries also open in
,,;rlv cities. The na-
i,', ;,tivertised Watkins Pro-
t i; ',;i. been known and us-
,16. SI8. Don't accept any
It.,-. :i r until you get our
I i01oni it's different. Full
L' ltrs and samples are
S \\rite today. J. R. Wat-
... )ept. 91, Memphis,

iu t mosquito and


Where your treasure is there
your heart is,-may be turned
'round it's just as true. Where
your heart has been placed, your
interest, your "life"-there's
where you get returns. Put
something into the most com-
monplace co-operative enter-
prise--and you get something
back. Put in nothing, and you
get nothing. Invest nothing
:and you can't expect dividends.
The same is true of community
movements-the B o a r d of
Trade, the general co-ordinate
movement for progress along
any line. You must make in-
vestment to earn interest; you
must be a partner with real
share in the business and per-
sonal attention to back up the
share-or there is nothing com-
ing back to you in direct benefit.
-.Savannah Morning News.

Warning F r om Prominent

From prominent physician
says, "Women must guard their
children against the bites of bed
bugs. They carry deadly germs
and are a serious menace to all."
For health's sake wipe out all
bed bugs NOW. Do it easily
with Royal Guaranteed Bed Bug
Liquid 25c can.

Better get in the Chamber of
Commerce while the getting is


In re Estate of
Isham W. Evans. deceased.
T4, all Creditors, legatees. Distrihu-
tePs and all Persons having Claims
or Demands ag-ainst said Estate.
You. and each of you. are "e, r, i.y
notified and required to present auy
claims and demands which you. *,r
either of you, may have agaiuust the
estate of Isham W. Evans. dle.-tased.
late oft Iernandina. Nassau county.
Plorida. to the undersign.-l Aildmin-.-
tratrix of gaiil estate. within two -:it-s
fron, the date hereof.
Dated 11th day of Junm. I'. -
As Administratrix of the (:;t.- of
Isham W. Eva ns. dre'>dl. Fern:,tidi.:i.
Florida. %-lI

Notice of Applicatio. For Tax Dned
Notice is hereby given that H. V. Iur-
gess. purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos.
767. 768. dated the fith day 4,f June. ,A.
D. 1921. has filed said certificates in
my office and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace
the following described property situ-
ated in Nassau county. Florida. towit:
Lots 10. 11. 12 and 13.. in ilocek 15.
City of Fernandina.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certifi-
cates in the name of E. 51. and R. L.
i'ayne. Unless said certificates shall
he redeemed according to law tax deed
will issue thereon on the 27th day of
August. A. D. 1923.
Witness my official signature and
seal this 27th day of July.. A. 1 1923.
(Seal.) 4; C. Im'"KIElSSs.
Clerk of Circuit Court N:issm:u i. cun-
ty. Florida. 8-24
D)ECIA NI. AN Till.: IIH%N i-
CHILO) 11 F M. \1. K Ilal.a D.-
lE:ASl,: I: 14E II MA% TIlI.IS. MIN-
Notice is hereby given that 1. the
undersigned. as ;uardlian of the es-
tate of Raymond Kalapp. minrr child
of M. A. Kalapp. deceased; Lonnie Ka-
lapp and Ora Kalapp. minor children
of Lewis Kalapp. and grandehihlren
4or M. A. Kalapp. deerarsed: w\ilnner
I',oth. minor childl ft A nanda Hlooth.
deceased, and the grandchild of M. A.
Kalalpp. deceased, and Issie May Til-
lis. minor child of Julia Tillis. and the
grandchild of M. A. Kalapp, dcleased.l
will on the 29th day of August. .\. 1
1923. apply to your honorable ('Count*x
.Judge. in and for Nassau *-,ountv. Flir-
ida. at 10 o'clock in tle fo renollin iof
said day, or as soon thereafter as the
same may be .ihard, for ant order per-
mitting me as such guardian to sell
at private sale and convey, all the un-
divided right, title and interest of sail
minors, in and to the flollowvina ih--
senried lot. piec'e or Iar'el of h: nd.
situate, lying and being in the Couiigty
of Nassau and Stater .f l'I'.rilh:i. t,.-
The Southwest Quarter of the S4outh-
west Quarter of Sectioin Fourteen (14).
Township Two (2) North of tllange
Twenty-four (24) East. (SWi of SW- '.
See. 14. T. 2. It. 24 K). containing Forty
Acres more or less.
Also all the undivided right and in-
terest of said minors in and to 5)*; head
of stock cattle, belonging to said es-
tate. marked as follows: Crop and
half crop one ear. square in the other
ear and branded "C."
Dated this 2r5th day' o .Jlul\ A I1
'luardiaent t the personI anTl esCit'e T
taynmond Kalapp. Lewis Ka lapl. 'ra:
Kalapp. Wilmer Booth and 'ssi. Ma\
Tillis. minors and heirs o f M. A. K:i-
lapp. deceased. X-l
N 0 3T I C V
The Hoard of Public Instruction
of Nassau county hereby invite.-s i,.Is
for the erection of a rural selio,1
building for the district known ias
Ioulogne. near Boulogne station.
The building is to be a -oe--riwioi.
frame structure. 20 ft. by 30 ft. The
contractor is to furnish all materials
and labor. Plans and specificatuions
will be furnished any prospective liil-
der. The board reserves the right ito
reject any or all bids.
8-24 0. T. WEAVER. Secy.
.crtaI X.. *SIT4
1. %. LAND OFPICE *t Gsiaevlle.
July 2.. 1923.
NOTICE is hereby given that Davidi
H. iligginbotham. of Boulogne. Florida.
who. on August 9. 1918. made llome-
stead Entry No. 015974. for Lot 2. Sw.--
lion 22, Townthip 4 N.. Range 2:1 ..
Tallahassee Meridian, has filed ntti-e
of intention to make Three-year Proof,
to establish claim to the land :l.ove
described, before Clerk Circuit Couirt.
at Fernandina. Florida., on the Ith lday
of September, 1923.
Claimant names as witnesses:
B. F. Scott, of itoulognei. Flirida.
T. W. Johnson. of Bloulogne. Florida.
C. P. Johnson. of Boulogne. Florida.
It. H. Johnson. of Boulogne. Florida.
S-31 Register.
thel general city election to blie held In
the City of Fernandlua. Florida. on
Tuesday, the 21st day if August .A. I.,
1.23. as provided by the Charter of
said city. (Chapter 8949 of the Laws
of Florida, Special Acts of 1921, as
amended Special Act of 1923), the fol-
lowing named city officials are to be
Dated at City of Fernandina. Fori-
da. this 21st day of June. A. D.. 1923
As Mayor of the City of Feniandiuna.

TO: John Johnson. Residence I n-
You are hereby required to appear.
'eam, andm on the Third day of September. A. I).
1923. to the Bill of Complaint for Di-
re had to vree filed herein against you by Juan-
ita Johnson. in the Cir.uit Court of
up, and it Nassau county. Florida.
The Nassau County Leader and Fer-
nandina News-Record is hereby design-
rdu--h ated as the newspaper in which this
wm Order shall be published once each
go0 on am week for Eight consecutive weeks.
WITNESS my hand as Clerk and
the seal of said Court, this the 5th da.
f July. A. D. 1923.
(Seal) G. C. BURGESS.
Clerk Circuit Court. Na.asslu county.
Solicitor for Complainant. ,-31
The Board of Public Instruction of
Nassau county hereby invites bids on
.. .. I~~~~i. I l ill mine At

I -- --

How would you like to journey about $7,000 in locker charges
to the nearest city. for a pound iand around $15,000 in green fees
of sugar, or a yard of muslin, or for the occasional player. *
a s p o o l of thread, or a Only $46,000 had been spent on -ainbhlvnel ?
smoke? And how would you the upkeep of the courses. -
like to make the trip when you Lake Worth Leader. M NT
need a prescription filled in a col and soothes
hurry, with death running you Jim Bradbury Kills the Big- parche in-
a race? gest Bear Yet, He Declared
You would make iome noise
if forced to such an-extremity- What would you do if you
and then more noise. were quietly walking through i|.:.,.:..:. .:.
You would say-and justly so the woods, and suddenly came -CALL-
that a town in which you can not face to face with a big grizzly r a i nn
buy a pound of sugar, or a yard bear? About nine tenths of us Friuida or Sowannee:
of muslin, or a spool of thread, would do exactly what the color- rFil tor e
or a smoke or even get a pre- ed parson did--climb a simon F illt Store
scription filled, is a mighty poor tree, providing there was one -FOR .
excuse for a town and not worth handy if we could out run Mr. -RI VEETABLS d FRUITS :
living in. rear to a handy tree. Ice Cream for Your Sunday
Yet our merchants can only Jim Bradbury happened upon Dinner Delivered Sundays %
afford to keep these things for what is said to be the biggest or Any Week Day
your conveniences as long as you grizzly ever seen in this section, t FREE DELIVERY PHONE
buy other things from them. Friday of last week, but he Z. JOHN LAZAROS & SON, Proprietors
It is not doing this town any didn't run-he shot the bear Two Store.-Center street
good to buy the little things here down. Two cubs were with her :-:*+ + :+.-. ..:-.:-.:.
and then chase off to a city or at the time but they were wise
send to a catalogue house when for they went into the under- $20,000,000.00 Annual Damage!
you want something on which brush of the swamp on Big Is-
the merchant has a chance to land and haven't been seen since. This is the damage done by
make a dollar. Jim Bradbury and his brother
Neither is it doing you any reside on Big Island. At times rats ever ye! They are a
good, for the prosperity of each they are troubled with bears terrible menace to property and
citizen is dependent to a large which kill their pigs and hogs. your health! They carry chol-
extent upon the prosperity of(Friday they got a pack of dogs era and typhus germs and they
the community as a whole. and entered the swamp in quest spread bubonic plague! Wi[pe
We are not telling you some- of bear. A race was soon start- them ut! DESTROY themn
thing you do not know. ed with the result that Jim
We are simply refreshing sighted the bear and her two Use Royal (uaraiteed Rat Pas-
your memory in hopes the time cubs just in time to make a dead te. SURE -SUDDI)EN. 25c &
may come when our people will shot. He declares the bear to be 50c tubes.
conclude that a town that is one of the biggest ever seen or
worth living in is worth trading killed in this section, and is of ARE YOU A MEMBER? Of
in. That's all.-Exchange. the opinion that many pigs and what? The Chamber of Com-
ti athogs will live longer because of merce.
r,,' l ,st .f.le" .' sf 'unii ul-nt or|w it.,.ard of tPulhic Instru.ti, .I1
u.ser.-th i. reuiht top rt.jett an' ..r ..111 Our subscription department
k5 *>4 S e-r 'ret:..r Let the Leader print that job. is still in a receptive mood.






A phenomena rarely seen and
which could only occur under a
bright, tropical moon like Flori-.
da's, was seen Sunday night in
Avon Park-a rainbow at mid-
The rain of the evening left
the air clear and fresh, and with
the disappearance of the clouds,
the moon came out with all its
silvery beauty and brightness.
1he air was filled with just a
little fine mist. At midnight
and for an hour afterward, high
in the western skies a perfect
rainbow arched the heavens.
The coloring was well displayed
and the arch was complete from
horizon to horizon. It lasted a
full hour and then slowly faded
with the passing of the misti-
ness that was simply heavy dew.
Nowhere could such a thing be
seen except in Florida, where
the moonlight, with all its beau-
tiful whiteness and clearness, is
a real tropical moonlight and
sometimes is nearly as bright as
daylight, throwing shadows that
only tend to enhance its beauty.
From the hills around Avon
Park looking out over the lakes
that sparkle like myriads of
diamonds. under the rays of the
moon, the bow of the rainbow
was clearly seen. Lake Tulane
reflected its beauty and there
seemed to be another, and
Lotela showed the complete
arch, with the coloring dimly
portrayed, interrupted by the
ripples that ran from shore to-
shore. It was a sight worth
coming to Florida to witness and
those who saw it were left in
awe at the wonder of nature-a
rainlow at midnight !-Avon
Park Pilot.

Fallacy of Buying by Mail


Municipal owned golf links
seems to be discussed in nearly
every exchange that comes to
our desk. Melbourne, Hobe
Sound, Stewart, Tarpon Springs,
Miami. West Palm Beach and
many other cities are talking
and building golf courses. Lake
Worth is about to build a golf
course, and while we are upon
this subject, let us not forget to
build the best and for the future.
iand put it on the lake front,
where it will stand as a colossal
asset to our city and one ever-
lasting monument to the fore-
thought of Lake Worth's build-
ers. besides being one of the
wonders of the east coast of
"Any city can afford a good
public golf course. *A big city
should have several. Yet there
are-only 85 municipal courses in
America-a few of them good.
Your town is interested in bet-
ter health, more championships,
public spirit. Municipal golf
courses will help toward alli
three. To boom and better your
city plan plenty of play-even
for grown-ups."
The above quotations are
from an article by Walter Camp,
the internationally known sports
writer, in Collier's Weekly of
July 7.
Mr. Camp states: "Louis-
ville, Ky., is the leader inll econo-
mical golf with an 18-hole course
operated at an annual cost of;
$4.000. Chicago may be proud
of the fact that it has the great-:
est number of courses with 18
public and semi-public courses
scattered through the city. In-
dianapolis leads the first Ameri-
can city with four courses, and'
Milwaukee, Omaha and Toledo!
tie New York with three apiece."
"In New York city $100,000
was taken in in playing permits,

Optometrist and Muter

Send Your Dyei ng
and Cleaning To

611 Main St, Jacksoville. Fla. I
We prepay parcel p,: ta{i
on returning. Florida's largest
and finest equipped trench
dry cleaning and steam
dyeing plant.


F~ige Pair


Friday. August 10., 19:;

SFor Infants and Children.

pol Mothers Know That

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am evvittiiwss Z
Loss or, SLEP
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Exat Ciupy of Wrappar.

Public notice is hereby given
that neither the Master, 06w ers,
Agents not Consignees of the S.
S. ITALY MARU will be re-
sponsible for debts of any char-
acter contracted by any officer
or member of crew of said
steamer whatsoever, other than
by Master. Furthermore, when
such bills are contracted, the
undersigned agents will not be
responsible for payment of :.:ame
unless debtors have bills prop-
erly approved by Master of ves-
sel and keep in touch with this
office as to vessel's departure,
when they will be notified time
at which their bills must be pre-
sented at our office in ord, r to
secure settlement.

A bottle of Herbine on the
shelf at home is like having a
doctor in the house all the time.
It gives instant relief when the
digestion gets out of order or the
bowels fail to act. One or two
doses is all that is necessary to
start things moving and restore
that fine feeling of exhilaration
and bouyancy of spirits which
belongs only to perfect health.
Price 60c. Sold by J. Geo.

Cor. Broom and Sixth sts.
Rev.. G. Strickland. pastor.
Sunday school. 9:45. W. II.
Russell, supt.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Junior League at 3:00 p. m.
No evening services. Let's all
attend the union services.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
8:00 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited
to worship with us.

Come, now! Let's all pull to-
gether in the Chamber of Com-

Genuine Castoria

Always ,

Bears the


I, InR


For Over

Thirty Years


Fifth and Alachua Sts.
A strictly ONE HOUR service
Rev.. Jas. N. Ford, pastor.
Bible school, (Sundays). 9:30
a. m.
Divine worship. (Sundays),
10:30 a. m.
Evening worship, (Sundays),
8 to 9 p. m.
Mid-week prayer and praise
service on Wednesdays, 8 to 9 p.
The public is welcome to this
congenial and Biblical church
W. M. S. meets in church 4 p.
m. Monday following first Sun-
day, and in Circles on Monday
following third Sunday.
Sewing Circle meets every
Tuesday in different homes.
Intermediate B. Y. P. U.
meets Sunday, 6:45 p. m., at,
Sunbeams meet with Mrs. An-
derson on each Friday.


Worms and parasites in the
intestines of children undermine
health and so weaken their vi-
tality that they are unable to
resist the disease so fatal to
child life. The safe course is
to give a few doses of White's
Cream Vermifuge. It destroys
and expels the worms without
the slighest injury to the health
or activity of the child. Price
35c. Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer.

A Menace to Cattle!

Flies are a deadly menace to
cattle! Their bite often causes
fatal disease. They carry an-
thrax germs and spread gland-
ers! Protect your cattle against
these pests. Spray barns and
stables DAILY with Royal
Guaranteed Fly Destroyer.
$3.00 per gallon can, with
sprayer free.









Island City Gara

How Is Your Car

Electrical Equipme
Perhaps you don't know.
But perhaps your battery may run d
quickly right after you have it charged.
Or your generator may grind-
Or you might be burning out one costly l
after another because of too bright lights-
Or one light may keep going on and off-
Or your motor may be skipping and mis
in spite of new plug after new plug.
If so, then the wiring and relative elect
part of your car should be looked over.
Drive in some time when you are near

A. S. Allan ............ 12.00
C. J. Davis ..........----- ...... 12.00
L. G. Hirth ........ ....... 12.00
H. F. Salhman ....... ... 12.00
J. H. Wragge 6.00
Cricket Prewitt .. 6.00
Thomas Lasserre .--.. 12.00
N. A. Hardee ...-.......--- 6.00
P. C. Kelly .................... 6.00
C. M. Kelly ........... 6.00
E. F. Morse .... 6.00
D. H. Ground .....-. 6.00
E. WV. Bailey ...-...... 12.00
A. 0. Bailey .............---- 3.00
A. Allen Murphy ......... 6.00
Everett Mizell ............--.. 6.00
W. S. Whitney .......... ........ 6.00
Geo. E. Wolff ....... ....... 6.00
J. A. Smith .....-..-.-. ..... 6.00
J. R. Hardee .............. 12.00
F. H. Hobein ............-- 6.00
D. A. Kelly ......- -...... 6.00
Ernest Molnar .... ..... 1.00
E. J. Roux 12.00
A. D. Simon........... .. 6.00
F. C. Davis .. ....... 6.00
E. F. Fitch .... ........ 12.00
N. B. Borden .......... 6.00
Louis Goldstein ............. 3.00
G. L. Roux ..................... 6.00
R. M. Martin ... ........ 12.00
C. W. Lasserre ............. 6.00
J. A. Flood ...... .. ........ 6.00
CA SH ....................... ..... 3.00
Frank Graham ........ 2.00
F. D. Upchurch........... 2.00
L. Grunwald ...... ....... 6.00
S. R. Merrow .................. 6.00
J. G. Suhrer ................ 6.00
"CASH ONE DOLL" ........ 1.00
Glyndon Waas ............... 3.00
D. G. Humphreys ...... 12.00
C. S. Binnicker ... ..... 6.00
H. C. King ....-........... 3.00
Ira W. Hardee ................ 6.00
E. W. Bailey Jr. ............ 6.00
Mrs. J. L. Horsey ..-......... 6.00
T. J. Shave ......... ....... 3.00
J. Fred Lohman .. 3.00
H. J. Baker ........... 3.00
W. T. Haile ..... ........ 3.00
D. A. Partin 3.00
0. WV. Barnes ................... 12.00
W. Jones Davis ............. 1.00
C. S. Baresford ................ 1.00
Geo. S. Lowe ................. 12.00
T. G. Ozmer ........... 3.00
Burrell McNeil ..6.00
S. J. Kennard .. .... 3.00
G. C. Burgess .. ........... 6.00
Morris Fishler ........... 6.00
C ash ............. ........ .....1.00
City of Fernandina .. 300.00
H. W. Anderson ......... 1.00
Dunellon Phosphate Co.. 12.00
S. Salvador ..' 12.00
L. W. Anderson .... 2.oo
Dr. L. L. Bunker 1.00
N. B. Giller 3.90

Tot al

d .e 0 0 0-

,ways Pure

Always Unifor


Buy at the pump with the Crown sign.


Best for Lubrication





The Disease That Strikes With-
out Warning. Quickest Way
to Get Well is Through New
Treatment Containing Seven-
teen Ingredients That Renew
Every Part of the Body.

Public notice is hereby given!
that neither the Master, Owners,
Agents nor Consignees of the S.
S. GRETE will be responsible
for debts of any character con-'
tracted by any officer or mem-'
ber of crew of said steamer!
whatsoever, other than by Mas-
ter. Furthermore, when such'
bills are contracted, the under-:
.signed agents will not be respon-!
sible for payment of same unless
debtors have bills properly ap-
proved by Master of vessel and
kLPa, in ,i, t h wlth this office'

Indigestion in any form often I ou "P ,ILCIW11 ..
Indiges ion in any form often to vessel's departure, when
proves fatal, but even in a mild as to vessel's departure, when
degree is dangerous, because it they will be notified time at
brings on one ailment after an- which their bills must be pi.
other, running throughout the scented at our office in order to
entire system, taking in the liv- secure settlement
er, stomach and blood, produc- STRACHAN SHIPPING CO.,
ing malnutrition and finally 'Agents.
reaches the heart. For this
reason any remedy that merely ST. PETER'S CHURCH
relieves the pain is not suffi- J. W rector.
cient, but a complete systemic Elee. Bleker, roS.da te Trin-
treatment is necessary to get nity.
permanently well. toly communion, 7:30 a. m.
This complete treatment is Holy communion, a. m.
found only in a prescription call- Sorund pra school. 10er a. nd sermon.
ed Re-Cu-Ma, which contains 11 o'clock. Subject: "The Pre-
seventhoroughlyn wtested ingredie een well availing Tendency of Religion at
thoroughly tested ingre the Present Dav: Breadth in-
so skillfully compounded that tead of De pth. n-
eachpne performs its function Evening prayer and sermon.
on the various parts of the body o'clock. Subject: "Seem-
perfectly and harmoniously. to Have."
This remarkable prescription Mond night, 8 o'clock. yes-
starts right to work on the di- ntynmeeting.
gestive tract. relieves constipa- Wednesday, 8 o'clock, evening
tion, purifies the blood (the prayer.
cause of rheumatism), cleanses
the kidneys and puts your en- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
tire system to rights, thorough- T RTRH
ly acting upon the colon, which, CHURCH
according to Prof. Metchikoff ofUNDAY
the Pastuer Institute, Paris, is SUNDAY.
the cause of all our bodily aches Sebbath school, 9:45 a. m.
and pains. -Re-Cu-Ma will dis- Public Worship, 11 a. m.
pel biliousness, sick headaches,, Evening service, 8:00 p. m.
nervousness and completely rid 'Christian Endeavor, 7:15 p. m.
your system of all toxic poisons, WEDNESDAY.
which have been the direct Prayer-Service and Lecture
cause of your sickly condition. :8.-00 p. m.
Re-Cu-Ma is sold and recom- ;
mended by Horsey's Drug Store ATIENTOIN. O. E. S.
and other good drug stores, and -
if you don't feel a decided. Regular meeting of (*pha )D.
ll ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 yuu nv .. _A-_- <_*- T.( rt 9 1


EVE*I" S TH EI' A I'l E.

14(w many a pples did Adam:
a .(l Eve eat ? Some sa \ l'Ev
eigrhf and Alaitn two hotial of'

ani eighti also- toil;tl sixtct 1.

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all soreshad ihet'ri addod. AI F
1). 11. Ground hoildinig 111he1-Iii.' V
o,. as prtc-4t ii ed wxit h I
6:ii't iful haml-made hawlkel-r-
el:io4fs. The h~ostfess. -i:.~!te( 1 I
Mr,. Erit-.-t.l''asrEi
st htawbl)rry !' (ia a'lc c ii 1
piun iv oakt,.
The Pelvt o.ljavpjt> a'd

Methodist churches are n,'v hav.

in ungon
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f the Stomach
Bowels, Blood
Horsey's Drug Store
I':i1 n %It I \A. Ia ..

Courting Blindness
19 whitt yom a re doine whut 1YO)U beghct
Jjonardi'i GOolrirn Fva. 1oti',o 0ctremnenarly
every eve diiteasp. Cookbtcb~sand *
xtrengthpnq. (Got "Le'.nardi's." It malkes

s('rvic*v :t (n,-ev G uaranteed :, money refunded. All
Sunday t*U!l ivig druggistitsoell it.

For Sale


rpundppgl'.j la, i Ricsumminrit.

Stag building, two stories, brick.
street, between Front and Second.

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A liquid foo*drink
A quality leader /
SThoroughly aged
| .-not G -_ltl-%en .
0 6 O iAOLTIsned

tHis daughter Mrs. L C. Carter,
accompanied him home, where
'she will remain, for several
Miss Addie Jones, of Jackson-
ville, is enjoying a vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley
Mrs. Elgin Dover and daugh-
ter motored to Jacksonville on
Saturday. Mrs Malinda Dover
accompanied them,
Mr. Peyton Page and Misses
Katheripe and Sarah Page are
visiting the latter's sister, Mrs.
T. B. Wells, at Yulee,
Mrs. P. G. Jones and daugh-
'ter, of Italia, were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Conner.
[Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Whittemore,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jones, Mr.
and Mrs" Drew Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Pickett, Mrs. Grace,
Beasley, Miss Alma Nelson and
Messrs. Keen, A. A. Jones, J. R.
Wilson and John Brandies all
spent Sunday at Pablo.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Higgim-
botham, of O'Neil. and Jack
Jones, of Fernandina, spent Sun-
(lday with their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Jones.

S--s nort time ao .
S- AN USEBU t Mr. and Mrs. I. Jones and Having a hone in his posses-
.A. .! LSE children motored to Jackson- sion. a dog Iit a five vear-old
ville on Sunday.- hild who was interfering with
l Douglas and Raymond Rowe him. The death penalty was de-
S- have returned to their home at manded f,or the dog's act. The
N.- "Jacksonville, after an extended dumb defendant was represent
..- stay in Callahan. ed by an attorney. It was mere-
S.\ -Mrs. J. H. Myrick was hostess ly shown that the dog had bor-
-- at a birthday party on Friday ne an unimpeachable reputation
evening in honor of the 13th ani- for a number of years. He was
Nassau Coca-Cola Bottling Co. versary of her daughter. Mil- guilty of the charge. His teeth-
Datrit.,, dred. A delightful time was en- marks ip the child's arm were in
SFemand'na, Fla. .oyed with music and games and evidence. -
a delicious ice course served at Judge Lazarus, sitting on the
the close. The honoree received case, rendered a remarkable de-
many pretty gifts, cision. Its logic. equity and
CALLAHAN i Peace, who has been critically Mrs. L. B. O'Berry and daugh- humanity will commend it to all
ill for some time, is ipw receiv- ter returned to their home at' fairminded persons who favor
Cnllahan. Aug. 9.-Mr. and ing treatment at St. Luke.' hos- Folkston, Ga., on Tuesday, after!a square deal for the dog. The
.Mrs. .. W. McIntosh and Miss pital, at Jacksonville. spending a few days here. judge's decision is reported sub-
A.nnie Fay Rogers, of Folkston, Mr. and Mrs. Meade Higgin-! Mrs. Lizzie Green is visiting stantially as follows:
(;a. and Miss Gladys Priest, of botham and little son, of Fer- her daughter, Mrs. T. P. John- "This dog has done nothing to
.M.vport, were the guests of Mr. nandina, visited friends here on son,at Jacksonville. deserve death. The evidence
and Mrs. E. A. Cushing on Sun- Sunday. Mr. A. B. Groover, of Jack- has shown that he was gnawing
day. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzhugh Jones, sonville, has purchased the J. I. upon a bone. That bone was his
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hardee, of of.Ocala,. are the guests of the Whitworth place and is now own property- and what more
Fernandina. were the week-end latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. putting it in.readiness for an up-. valuable property could a dog
iiiests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. B. Wells. towdate chicken farm. have than a large juicy bone?
Ogilvie. J. W. Morris left on Saturday Mrs. A. E. Ogilvie, president "Anyone trying to deprive a
John Findley. Justice of the for his home at Prosperity, S. C. of the W. M. U., pleasantly en- dog of such property has violat-

tertained the society on Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pickett
ani Mrs. P. H. Sauls motored to,
Jacksonville on Monday. |
Mrs. Walter Loften spent the
weekend*in. Jacksonville.
Prof. and Mrs. J. A. Carpen-
ter and son, Prentiss, motored',
to Jacksonville on J#uesday.
Miss Hampie Connors of St.1
Augustine, is visiting her sister.,
Mrs. P. G.. Jones. ,
Maynard Grif(in. Kenneth'
and A. J. Jones. spent t he week-
,nd at St. Augustiie.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. \Vcils, Jr..
of Yulet. were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. T. B. Wells on Sunday.
Prof. 0. T. Weaver went to
Fernandina Monday on official"
business. -
Mrs. Julia Tison is spending a
few days in Jacksonville.
Mrs. McLaughlin, of St. Augu-
stine, is the guest of her daugh-
ter, Mrs. W. A. Brewster.
A legal precedent of consider-
able moment as effecting the
dog was probably established in
a San Francisco police court a





Announcing a General Reduction in Price of Ford Parts

The Ford Motor Company announces on A
Ford and Fordson repair parts. What could be m
and Fordson owners in this community? The
parts are being sold at the new reduced prices.

ugust 1st a general reduction
rore welcome news to the large

new parts

price lists are


in the price of
family of Ford
being used alI

Read Some of the New Prices

Part No.
2518 -

Differential Drive Gear
Commutator Brush .



Old Price
I .60

New Price


With our rock bottom flat rate labor charges, and these new and unheard of low prices on
genuine Ford parts, why wait longer to have your Ford car put in perfect running condition ?
We offer you our complete shop facilities for servicing Ford products, together with these
low prices, and our aim and desire to give you the very finest service on your Ford car. Won't
you come in now or let us send for your car and make you an estimate on what it will cost to put
it in first class condition, and let us show you the advantages of having us keep it in this condition
for you? Thk n prifc in history, both as to miteal and labor. The hihist quality workmanship, machinery and tools for peforming Ford service.

We have Just unloaded a carload of new cars.

Come in and place your order- now.












Jones' Market
Successor to sItTH'S MARKET
"' The Store of Quality and Service
-you will find that prices com-
pare favorably with quality

ed the latter's mRst sacred prop- "'Had I or any other man Iw.n
erty rights, and it is an invasion in that dog's place, undoubtedly
which the dog has a right to pre- we would have done a% did the
vent with force. dog-try at all hazards to pro-
"No one could condemn the tfect our property.
man who shot a burglar. Yet,' "Though their actions may
if we can get-the viewpoint of Isometimes.appear incomprehei-
the dog, his provocation was as sible, perhaps some superior he-
great as would be man's. ing looking down on us may find
"Judges should always try to i our so called ethical actions just
comprehend the emotions which as puzzling.
actuated the animal on trial. i "The case is dismissed."-Ex.

ow"..0 I A I I I 7


Friday, Aft"t 10, 1923

Pue Fivo

- ~-'.-. -

Friday, August I ). 19 2:'


Dollars In Gold

EIGHTEEN hundred million
dollars in gold is held by
the Federal Reserve Banks
as the reserve of the banks
which are the members of the
Federal Reserve System.
This bank, as a member of
the system, shares in the protec-
tion afforded by this. great re-
serve. As our customer you
also share in this binefit.

The First National Bank
of Fernandina



Miss Alice Galphin is visiting H. P. Livingston, of Jackson-
relatives in South Carolina. ville, spent the week-end here
with his family.
A. J. Johnson spent Monday *
in Jacksonville. Walter Lang and family, of
St. Marys, Ga., spent Tuesday in
Dr. D. G. Humphreys spent the city.
Monday in Jacksonville. *
T. E. McNair and sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Chas. Hardee is visiting L. M. Speight, of Jacksonville,
relatives at Welbourn. spent Sunday in Fernandina.
.* *
G. C. Burgess spent the week- S. A. Ogilvie, who is State
end at Callahan with his daugh- convict labor inspector, was a
ter, Mrs. H. E. Pickett. visitor to the county seat on
LOST-On beach, pair of tor- *
toise-rimmed spectacles. Re- This is Straw Hat weather.
turn to this office for reward. We have them in great variety,
and the prices are right at
Dr. Cecil Foster and family, Mularkeys.
of Jacksonville, motored to Fer- *
nandina on Sunday for the day. Mrs. H. W. Anderson. Mrs. C.
Prewitt and Miss Annie Prewitt
FOR RENT-Six-room house motored to Jacksonville Mon-
with bath. Opposite Fla. House. day.
Apply S. W. GLUCK. *
S* *Don't worry aboat Maehie
T. B. Ogilvie, of Callahan, was Needles. We keep theta to fit
a visitor to the county seat on any make of ewif Machine.
Monday. 3 for 10c at Mularkey's.
Warm weather Clothing in R. V. Nolan and wife and Miss
correct styles at very reasonable 'Mamie Stvfbuck left on Satur-
prices at Mularkeys. day for a week's visit to rela-
tives in Tampa.
T. J. Shave left on Tuesday '* *
for a brief visit to relatives at S. J. Baldwin, formerly of Cal-
Melbourne, on the East Coast. lahan, but now a resident of Mi-
ami, was a visitor to the county
666 quickly relieves Constipa. seat on Monday.
tl, Biliousness, Headaches, *
Celds and LaGrippe. 9-14 J. W. Barnett, representing
-* 0 the National Remedy Co., Jack-
J. J. Rhodts was among the sonville, was greeting his
Fernandina people who spent friends here on Tuesday.
Monday in Jacksonville. *
S* Capt. Jas. A. Morse and
City Shoe Repair Shop. Best daughter and son, Miss Gertrude
work at lowest prices. Next to and Chas., spent Monday at
Bhkery. S. W. GLUCK. Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Partin are Dr. L. L. Bunker and Mrs.
the fond parents of a daughter, Elton Ferrefra and Miss Lola
born on the 7th inst. Bunker, motored to Jacksonville
666 cures Malaria, Chills and M *
Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever. D. L. Hodges, of Hfilliard, who
It destroys the germs. 9-14 is the member of the school
S* boad from that school district,
Little Miss Harriett Burgess, wks greeting his friends hehe
of Jacksonville, is the guest of on Wednesday, having come to
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. attend a special meeting of the
G. C. Burgess. Board of Public Instruction.

The Coolest Place in Town


Drug Store

"The si /Store"

The best is note tb go fr o0r atoisler'
-As near to you as your teiphone

Little Miss Vesta Prewitt left
on Monday for Waldo, where she
will spend about three weeks
with her grandmother, Mrs. F.
F. Geiger.
Send your dyeing and clean-
ing to Rodgei-s & Jones, 611
Main St., Jadksonville, Fla. We
prepay parcel postage on return-
0. T. Weaver, of Callahan,
county superintendent of public
instruction, spent several days
at the county seat this week on
official business.
5 *
Mrs. James Abril and little
son, of Tampa, who have been
visiting the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Raffo, left on
Saturday for their home.
0. W. Barnes and mother
have returned from a month
spent with relatives at Niagrk
Falls, New York City and
Mrs. Wmin. Seibert and Mrs.
Geo. Burt spent last week at
St. Petersburg, the guests of the
forAer's son, W. H. Seibert, and
Mrs. Livingston and daugh-
ter, Miss Carrie Livingston, of
Jacksonville, are guests of the
former's daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Henry P. Livingston.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Fred Polhill
spent Friday afternoon and
evening in Jathsonville, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Among the visitors to the
county seat on Monday were T.
H. Davis, C. C. Conner, L. A.
Hotges and Dr. C. C. Fuqoay,.a
quartet of the progressive citi-
zens of Hilliard.
LOST-Gun metal mesh bat,
coitining slall coin purse and
handkerchief with black border.
Finder will please return to Mrs.
J. L. Horsey and receive re-
H..S. Higginbotham, of Calla-
han, the county commissioner
from that section, was here on
Monday to attend the special
meeting of the Board of County
Light, cool and airy, all
screened and connected. Water
in kitchenette, four rooms up
stairs. You should see it if you
want to rent an apartmfent.
Beach road. D. A. PARTIN.
Mrs. J. Thrushin and children,
of Tallagwiee, arrived on
Thursday of last week for a
'Visit to the former's sister, Mrs.
Morris Fishler. Mrs. Thrashin
will leave on Sunday, accompa-
nied by her sister and children,
who will spend several weeks as
her guest in the capital city.

W. A. Ogilvie, of Gfft eft e
Sprigs, was the guest of hIt
her, J. D. Oghivie, on Mbn-
R. H. Jones, a ptoueer resMent
of the county, who- ~esAdes at
Callahan, was a visitor to the
county seat on Tuesday.
Mrs. C. S. Binnicker and little
daughter have joined Mr. Ben-
nicker at Tampa, where he has
!a position.
County Commissioner S. C.
Braddock, of Hilliard, was a vis-
itor to the county seat on Mon-
day, having come over to attehd
,a special meeting of the board.
S *
Clothing made to ordfr, fit
guaranteed. The Spring Satp-
les are here. We can pleuse you
and the prices are reasonable,
at Mularkeys.
John R. Mann has a force of
workmen busy repairing the
court house tower and making
some other necessary repairs on
the building.
EverfUat Suitfhgs are absdlu-
tely guaranteed f as t color.
Money refunded if it does not
hold color. See them at Mular-

Mrs. Mary Wilds, Mrs. Julia
Multer afd Mrs. Jas. A. Smith
And little daughter motored to
Callahan on Tuesday of last
week for a brief visit to rela-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall, af-
ter a week spent here as a result
of the serious illness and death
of the latter's mother, Mrs.
Mary Weimar, left on Sunday
for their home at Oxford.

Mrs. T. J. Shave and two sons,
Thos. and Leighton, and daugh-
ter, Mrs. J. M. Roux, left last
week for points in North Caro-
lina,where they will spend some
weeks in the mountains.

Mrs. L. Grunwall and little;
daughter, Vera, anl the for-i
mor's sister, Mrs. C.. W. Las-
serte, spent Friday and Satur-
day in Jacksonville, guests of
their sister, Mrs. M. E. Morrow.
Timber Killers-Kills trees.
scrub palmetto, 3 to 30 days.
Causes quick decay. Make crop
first year. $2 gal. kills 100
trees. E. H. Hopkins, Reddick, j
Fla. It I

in ,we/iry are continually
on the market, and as fast
as IAhy appear add Athem
to my stock. making it up-
to-date witA clean, new.
attr actie9 roods.

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Mrs. R. L. Osborn and son, of1
Savannah, Ga., left for their
home on Tuesday, after a visit
to the former's mother, Mrs.
Chas. Baresford, at Amelia, who
accompanied them home.
Henry L. Ezell, of Bryceville,
member of the school board
from that district, was a visitor G. H. Stokes, the Ford man,
to the county seat on Wednes- and J. B. Campbell, the hotel
day, having attended a special man, of Hilliard, were in the city
meeting of the board held that on Monday, having come over
day. to appear before the Board of
County Commissioners relative
FOR SALE Water front to moving the Hilliard Inn, prop-
land 50x225, leading'from street erty of Mr. Campbell, from its
with shrimp canning and pack- present site to land which Mr.
ing plant thereon. All neces- Campbell ltas purchased border-
sary machinery, building21xl55. ing on the Dixie highway. The
Apply to J. B. G. HALL, Fernan- building is a large one and there
dina, Fla. are some matters for the board
to adjust if the structure is to be
ARMY SADDLES-B r a n d brought down the highway. Mr.
new U. S. Army McClellan $6.20. Campbell anticipates a great
Also used but in good condition volume of the tourist business
-not a break $5.10. Will ship when he gets his model little ho-
C. 0. D. and allow examination. tel moved to its new site.

V TV JZ&J.d J&.-k, J A -AI ,
Ga. It
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. DuBose
left last week for Waycross, Ga.,
where Mr. DuB6se Has accepted
a position as machinist in the'
Atlantic Coast Line shops.
Their friends regret to lose them
and the b&.t wishes of all go
with them to their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kennard
visited their son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ken-
nard, at Jacksonville fttrom Fri-
day until Sunday, Dr. Leroy Mc-
Murray and wife motoring over
on Sunday and bringing them
M. J. Wilds and daughter,
Miss Willma, accompanied by
Miss Wilds' grtat aunt, Miss
Priest, of Jacksonville, motored
to Fernandina on Monday, the
former, who is the county com-
imissioner frota the third dis-
trict, having come here to attend
a special meeting of the boatd.

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whitney
and two daughters, Misses
Katherine and Fredericka, Mrs.
D. G. Humphreys, D. G., Jr.,
Miss Rosa May Humphreys,
Ruth Humphreys, and Mollie
Hardee motored to White
Springs on Saturday, returning
Sunday afternoon. They report
a very pleasant trip, driving
from Fernandina to Lake City,
via Jacksonville, in three hours
with all ease.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kennard
left on Wednesday for Wash-
ington, D. C., where they will,
visit their daughter, Mrs. Cliff
Hillyer, for several weeks. Mr.
Kennard, who is the obliging
agent for the American Railwtay
Express Co. at this place, is off
on a well earned vacation. They
will visit New .York and other
places of interest while away.
Mr. Ketfnard will be reMeve4 by
Mr. C. T. Lahier, of Apalachi-
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Among those wl,, aomI : ni )
ied baseball team i o Wav
cross, Ga. on Tuesdaty wer. Mr
and Mrs. Jas. A. Smith. Mi-
Christine Mor Mrs. (;. ,
Burt, Mrs. J. B. Polhill. Mi. ,,
Mrs. C. P. Rutishui>.wr. I IH
Klotz, King Mularkeyi 1). 1, i
ly and sons, J. Frank Surrin.
and H. J. Younghlodl.
Mrs. Everett Mizell :ami ti,
children, Myrtle and kl\irt.ii,
left today for points in NrN i
Carolina, \ here they will -imI
the remainder of the siiunmit
Mrs. W. W. Stewart. .,f \\iy-
cross, Ga., and Mrs. ll:idlei
Brown, of Brunswick, (;a.. haV\
been the guests of ,JIdg a;ii
Mrs. J. B. Stewart since iiiitlay.

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