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: December 21, 1923
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00036
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Installtie of Three Oil-gBm-
ing Units WRI Abeli~




Commisien Makes the Change
After Extensive Investi-
gat ion.

The City Commission met in
special session yesterday and
voted to put in three oil-burn.
ing units at the city plants
thereby abolishing the present
steam system. The commission
isn't going into the proposition
blind-folded, however, as City
Manager E. C. Garvin, R. V
Nolan, superintendent of the
city plants, and C. J. Davis, a
member of the City Commis
sion, returned on Tuesday from
a trip to South Florida, where
they inspected oil-burning en
gines and made an extensive in-
vestigation of fuel consumption
and the many other good po
of Diesel engines over steaf.
Four concerns which manu
facture these engines had rep
resentatives at the meeting yes.
terday, which was held at four
o'clock, and as many different
types were represented. Three
of these concerns made the com.
mission a three-unit proposi.
tion in addition to one-unit prop
ouitions. The commission de
cided on the three-unit idea
however, as it will prove mor
.satisfactory in the long run.
The new units will be installed
in the course of four or five
months and all the utilities own-
ed by the city-ice, lights and
water, wiN be *vatled by'twi
of the units with a stand-by en
gine should anything happen
to either of the other two. These
engines are manufactured by
the Nordberg Manufacturing
Co. and are full Diesel type. They
will be 440 horse power, two cy-
cle, and two of the engines will
carry the full load of the plants,
including ice, and will give ap-
proximately 100 kilowats sur-
plus for the new business which
may develop. The Southern Un-
derwriters advise that there will
he no change whatever in th(
present rate of insurance on the
plants with the installation of
the new engines.
Increase in rates for ice and
current authorized by the com.
mission because of an increase
in the price of fuel oil amounting
to $7,000.00 per year, will not
be put into effect, because with
the new plant the city can oper
ate and sell at old rates and ahb
sorb that increase and pay foi
the plant at the same time.
The change will not cost the
taxpayers a cent in extra taxei
or increase in rates, as th(
change is made on the following
basis: Instead of paying th<
oil companies $40,000.00 pel
year for fuel oil to pour into i
boiler and generate steam with
about $10,000.00 per year wil
le paid for fuel, about $5,000.01
per year will be used to absorb
the cost of advance in fuel oi
and $25.000.00 per year will ap
ply on the cost of the three ne\
In the City of Jacksonville
where the price per kilowat fo
current is probably lower tha
in any city in the State, the Fet
eral Ice Company abandoned th
electricity furnished by tha
city and put in oil-burning eli
gines, and the officials of tha
concern state that they are el
fecting a saving of fully oni
half as a result of the change
The same low operating cost aj
plies everywhere the committee
went, so there is no argumei
against the Diesel engine as
money-maker and a money-sa
er in cities the-size for Fernai

dina and considerably larger.
Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Matthi
of Richmond, Va., arrived in th
city on Wednesday to spend th
L-l';ln.,o ,m'ih t IAtta.r'a oit-

MISSION WILL par ani. ob t mil DECEMBER

^11 IJT IU 1ES Time, speeding on swift Nowhere in America will there C00TW C
wings, brings us once more to Ibe found hearts more attuned to
S -that season when the hearts of the spirit of the occasion than
I are now to be found Fernan- -
. o 0 men are filled to the fullest with dina and in the comity sur- 0 O
S0. E. S. ELECTION the spirit of peace and good rounding. We have come to rea- THE HAHAl MESSAGE
will. Our eyes turn again to-; lize its meaning n the fullest
ward the east, just as turned the sense. We havelIelled in kind- 0
On Friday evening the regu- eves of the Wise Men hundreds lines and lovtls neighbors D!B the last seventy years,
lar meeting of the 0. E. S. of years ago when they beheld should dwell, and we reach the although the Bahai movement
was held in the chapter room, a the star which led them to the most sac celebration of the has been growing very rapidly
year cin the love of each in the
I large nu.e of manger in Betlehem i oth 1 fir v V .. in th Oriental countries, be-
Slarge number of the members mange B ehe hw we may f ir. tied l the bonds cause Baha'o'llah had enjoined
being present. The annual elle- have fared throughout the year, of fellowship. If we have need- his followersthbat they should
tion of officers took place, the we find in our hearts once more a kind word, we have found it not resist their enemies, more
following elected: that feeling of thankfulness and here. If there was a kind word than twenty thousand of them
. 'A Matron, Mrs. Leota childlike simplicity-that some-; needed by another, we have preferred to give up their lives
Swearingen; Worthy Patron, V thing we have learned to call the spoken it. And today the entire Iand homes rather than rise in
S. St. John; Associate Matron "Christmas Spirit." We forget community is better off for such opposition to those who attack-
t Mrs. Minnie Homage; Secretary, our suffering for the moment in; a s t. ed them. Therefore, in the- Ba-
t Mrs. Myrtle Winton: Treasurer' our effort to send happiness into We should approach t h e hai Movement, love is the foun-
n Mrs. Emma D. Hardee; Conduc- the hearts of those we love and greatest holiday of all with the dation of life. the essence, the
Stress, Mrs. Byrdie DuBose respect. We join our hands and full knowledge that our hearts light of all their activities, hen-
Chaplin, Mrs. Martha Raffo our smiles with our neighbors bear no malice for our fellow- ce they look ipon love as the
SMarshal, Mrs. Emmie Polhill ,- in celebrating the season when men. We should turn our eyes highest aud the noblest expres-
Organist, Mrs. Marie Kline; hearts are warmest and man- to thet eastern star and pledge sion of God.
SAda, Mrs. Ruby Armstrong; kind a little nearer a common renewed allegiance toour homes 2. Inasmuch as all the re-
- Ruth, Mrs. Adeline Brooks; Es- understanding than at any other and our institutions. We can ligions have come out of the
their, Mrs. Bessie Strickland; time of year. We go back in for the time being lay aside East and have not been able to
Martha, Mrs. Elfreda Hubble; memory to the days, long before earthly cares and join once more establish human brotherhood, is
Electra, Mrs. Carrie Hobein; we "knowed who Santa Claus iithonoring Him whose birth we it possible for the Bahai move-
E Warder Mrs. Este gers; was."and individually we joy in celebrate, the one who gave to ment to do so?
a Sentri M. Ir wearingern the thoughts of the joys of us our greatest blessing, peace In the past ages the different
SAftetr leading a communica- childhood. We feel the touch of and the good will of our fellow- religions established unity and
tion from the Harding Memorial time, and some of us there are man. brotherhood. but their circus
" Association, it was voted to give who note the sparkling of sil- The editor takes this means were small. For example, the
a silver offering to this cause. ver in our hair. Yet we ap- ts-o SAn invitation was extended to proach the Christmas time with season to every resident of this brotherhood among the Jews.
r the members of the Eastern hearts mellowed by the memory community. lie hopes that the The teachings of Mohammed
t Star to join the Blue Lodge and of other days, and we feel again season's richest blessings may united the warring bands of the
Royal Arch Masons at a public that something men call the he showered on you and yours. Arabs in the Arabian peninsula
installation of officers at the "Christmas Spirit," that some- He prays that the full signifi- and brought them under the
SKeystone Hotel on the evening thing which puts us at peace chance of the occasion may be sway of one religion. Similarly
* of St. John's Day, Dec. 27th, at with the world, and makes us revealed to you, and that not the teachings of Christ brought
" which time a banquet dinner hopeful of the future. only will your Christmas be a brotherhood among the Syrians.
' will be served. This was unani- Nowhere in all the world is happy one, but that all the days the Chaldeans, the Egyptians.
e mously accepted by the mem- there a nation capable of plac- that are to come may find you all of which were idolators and
bers. ing greater thanks for a return happy, healthy, prosperous and pagans. *Although he brought
:I again to the Christmas season. contented, to them the light of the oneness
e Christmas Pageant --- of God and divine civilization,
- On Friday evening, December KEYSTONE HAS 60 WINDOW DISPLAYS LO- yet a universal brotherhood was
28th. at eight o'clock is the LBS. TURKEY FOR XMAS CAL MERCHANTS GOOD not possible in those days be-
DI ho cause their means were forth-
Guild room. the pupils of St. -- ming.- In t dy material
Peter's Episcopal Sunday school Albert D. Simon, the man who The window displays of the s r t
S .. .. .. ..I....... .I. Civilization ha. nracticalv tnit-


will give a Christmas pageant has made the Keystone Hotel
entitled, "Bethlehem." after famous all over the State as the
which the gifts will be distri- best year-round hostelry in
buted to the pupils. Florida, h a s ordered sixty
The public is cordially invited pounds of turkey for Christmas
to attend. No admission will be dinner. Mr. Simon can be relied
charged, but a silver offering upon to provide an excellent
will be taken for the benefit of dinner and there will be no
the Sunday school. .shortage in turkey.









different usnes houses along e the distant parts of the earth.
Center street and other streets so that we know what the world
are elaborate and very pretty is like and conseIuentl frm a
this a(hristmac. Everymerch-i spiritual standpoint it is very
ant has also stocked everything na rather, most desir-
possiblle, nay, rather, most desir-
the average person will want al)e, to have this Universal
and there is no excuse for peo- Brotherhood which will come
pie spending their money any- .
where but in Fernandina. ( c.,ntinued on Page 2. >





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Board Gr.s Chairman D). 11.
G o Months .Leave


First National Bank of Fern:an
dina Designated County

Fernandina, Fla., Dec. 12t h,
1923.--T he regular montihlv
meeting of the Board of CountI\
Commissioners was held on tlhi
date. Present: T. .1. Shave..
acting chairman, and C'ommis
sioners Wilds. Br:addock and
he mninuiltes iof the last r.-e.'
,lar meeting and of the speci.Jl
meeting held on Novenimber -St i.
were read and approved.
Bond of H. A. Thompson. as
captain of convicts in the sum 4of
$2500.00, with Fidelity and Dv-
posit Company of *Maryhland. as
surety, was approved i\ tl. I
Application of T he l.'iI. t
National Hflank of Fernaundinlm !
he designated /as deposit, ..
county funds for Ihe ye-tar 192 i.
was filed with the ihoard illn n
cordance with law. and said
bank was designated by tIlh
board as depository of count ml
funds, and the bond or set crit it
to be given by said bank undrl(
the terms and provisions of thhe
Act of 1921. Chapter 8527 of tlhe
Laws of Florida. was fixed A:i
Agreement of The First Nati-
onal Bank of Fernandina as
county depository w it h the
Board of County Commission-
ers, delivering securities l the
amountt of $25.,000.00, signed by
its president and altc..tdbI I1y
its cashier, was filed wiltii I li
board and duly signed by thel
chairman of the board aild ;it-
tesled by the clerk.
The following r'eporl.s nx'i'
filed with the board: (' iit \
judge's report of fines andi
Costs: tax collector's report oif
licenses: clerk's report of Iax
redemptions: sheriff's mileap e
report: county physicians' re,
port; report of State cilim itc il
spector and report 'f t'-.,c'ial
riad find, D)ist No. .1.
Mr. 1). 11. Petree. olf C( llil;en.
made a verbal report of i- vi'. rl,
as exhibitor for Nass;ai ic-lnit'.
at Ihe Florida State Fair in t1he

month of November. and al(,o-
presented the board with sil er
loving cup, won lby the count. v ;
the fair. and also the ribbon--
won as prizes lby the c'lount v.
The total amount of Prize', monei
won by Nassau countY. alnl
which was paid over by Mi. lP-e
tree. being $580.00. The board
ordered one-half of the prize
money to be paid to, Mr. Pletre
as per contract, also expense for
making photographs of State
fair exhibit. $12.00, and extr.l
expense for cost ructing State
fai r boot h $6.00) Tot"',t
:10 .t;. to be paid to Mr. Pet 'te.
The t allowing resolution wia-
offered by Commissioner Wild
and adopted:
\IWHEREAS. Honorable 1). If.
iGround. chairman of this l,,oar-
of County Commissioners, ha-
been in ill health for se&er:;
week.-, and unable to perfori'nii
his usiial duties as result ,of s ,:;
illness, and this board woict!
deeply regret it becoming nei t
ar. for Mr. (Grounid to r -'.
:..- mmtb r of the I'oeitl B
0('iount Ccommissioners Ic'ri::
District number 2. as we dee im i
% would be a great loss to his di -
trict and the County of Na--ani.
should he see fit to resign;
SResolve'd by the Board of ('i.-
tv Commissioners of Naia'ii
county, Florida, that said boar :.
appreciating the fact that llon-
orable D. H. Ground, has been a,
ill health for several week:-. ,io
hereby grant and request that
Mr. Ground have a leave of at,
sence from attendance of the
mootinfrsc of ,.qld hnPro l f^- tli..

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j. J. Kelly.



Friday~. Dvctmtier 21. 2


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CICK '-T PREWITTr. Editor and '*r.
Entered at the p,,.tflce at Fernandlna.
PFlorida. as s.-ond-clasi mail matter.

Local and Long Distance
Phone. 40
:?1'1.4'lII'TION HATEI':
One -.A

Six Mo~nthse
Nliic ~ CU l. i A


Why is it that a shoestwl1
never breaks except ltw)en you
are ill a awful hurry?

We often wonder how the edi-
tor gets along that has time to
sit down and wait for ani inspi-

Nobody sounds any braver
than a "erniandin maln telling
how he didn't mind it when he
had his t t0li puilleltd.

Weat her nlen tell us it will
be a normal winter, Ibut coal
prices around Fernandina tell u4

It's easy e tlnough toI get
third political party. The.
thing is to make it more
one-thirdl of a part.

tip a

Some women's idea of a good(
neighbor is one who has dishes
and silverware fit to borrow for
a parly or when rcomllpallY coes.'t .

If science really wants to do)
something for humanity why
doesn't it Irain silk worms to
darn socks.

It seems like the best way to
get your name on the front
page of the daily paper is to be
the presidential family's dog.

It has also been our observa-
tion that a good-looking wife is
worth more to a man if she is
also a goods-cooking wife.

The good may die young, but
they get more out of their short
life than the ornery get out of a
long one.

The old-fashioned farmer
whose highest ambition was to
have a spring scat on his wagon
now hias a son whose highest
ambition is to have an automo-
bile with more cylinders than
his neighbor's.


Hios :trouind Fernandina who
are reaching thie age where they
must choose a lifted trade have a
greater problem right now than
any general iin has yet faced.
For l'uoi \lcar.s the man whot
worked as a carpenter. bricklay-
er, plasterer or mechanic was
looked down 'mii. when compared
with the. professions that per-
mit a man to wear a white shirt
and a standing collar while he is
doing his work. Young men
have been educated away from
the building. and construction
trades. (College's have devoted
their at tension altogether to
turning wout tealers all ld d.c-
tors and lawyers.
Now it is vast lv different.
The men wjao work at the build-
ing trades are far and away
ahead of teachers in the matter
of actual money earned, while
there are more oi them making
their $75 andI 410 each week
than there are thotors or law-
yers making it. Resides that.
the work of the carpenterr. plas-
terer, bricklayer or in fact any
other part of the building crafts
is more healthful than the work
of those who must remain coop-
ed up in an lloffice or schoolroom.
The shoe is on the other foot
now, and it begins to appear as
though our colleges would rea-
li'.e it. Hut even if they don't
the hundreds iof young men
starting out into life without
the aid of a college education
would do well to investigate on0
their own hook. Don't let the
lure of office work tempt you.
Don't imagine doctors or law-
yers are the best paid men on
earth. Look Into the building
trades a little, and you'll find
that times have vastly chang-
ed. The carpenter is riding to
the jobl in his own auto now.
A ..l t 1 ..... ...... 1I.. tf Inowttr,.i


J. B. Jacks, of Chicago, an
employee of the government's
dry enforcement staff, has made
careful analysis of many speci-
mens of the "whiskey" now be-
ing sold by bootleggers and he
announces that 99 per cent of it
is made of denatured alcohol,
redistilled. colored with caramel
and given a "bead" by fusel oil
or soap. "Only a human with
super organs could use alcohol
of' the bootlegging variety and
live," declares Mr. Jack. He
gives out a lengthy interview
showing the effect these con-
coctions have on the tissues of
the stomach, and after reading
it we come to the conclusion that
the man who drinks it has about
one chance in a hundred as com-
pared with the fellows who
drank whiskey bonded under
government supervision in pre-
war days. Mr. Jack says the
hundreds of samples he has ana-
lyzed are not all from Chicago
alone, but represent every sec-
tion of the country.


Processional. llymn ,19-Ad-
e:ste Fidelis.
Kyrie, Mozart- Mr. Frank C.
Davis and choir.
(hloria Tibi, Gilora (rat'ias-
Offertory. "O, Holy Night"
Miss Carrio and Miss Nagel.
Anthem, "Iehod, I Bring Yoti
(Good Tidings."
Sanctus, Agnes Dei-Reade.
Holy Night, Peaceful Night-
Miss Carrio and Miss Nagel, Mr.
Davis and Mr. Bale.
hRecessional Hlymn 51.
Choir director-Miss Wil-
Ortanist-Mr. Wilson Rali zell.

Bridge Club
T h e Thursday Afternoon
Bridge Club met this week with
Miss Katherine Whitney. The
decorations were suggestive of
the Christmas season, as were
tallies. Wreaths and vases of
holly and Christmas berries
were used throughout the house.
The prize for high score was
a hand-made linen towel which
was won by Mrs. F. C. Davis.
Refreshments consisting of
chicken pie, cranberry jelly, po-
tato chips, sandwiches, celery
hearts, pickles and coffee were
served. Miss Fredericka Whit-
ney assisted in serving.
Those present were: Mrs. L.
S. Chadwick. Mrs. W. A. Davis,
Mrs. F. D. Upchurch. Mrs. F. C.
Davis. Mrs. C. W. Lasserre, Mrs.
L. A. Klarer, Mrs. H. F. Salh-
man and Miss Fredericka Whit-

Nassau Chapter No. 1,9. I. A.
M., Amelia Lodge No. .17. F. &
A. M.. and Irplha I). IBruce
Chapter No. 55. (. E. S.. will
hold a joint installation of offi-
cers at the Keystone Ihotel next
Thursday evening. lIetvemnlbr
27th. After the ceienmonies a
banIquet will le tendered lIv tlhe
three lodges, which is expected
to eclipse anything of its kind
ever held here illn point oIf at-
telidallce, is. all threi oirdirs
have large nmemlerships and
will likely he well represented.

Better get in the Chamber of
Conmmerce whilt- the getting is




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UP halbe man) nglquirle. (rooeam%%rat-
ersan min artihcr farmer% "oohaic
written no. makbLnx haSo et'need lShe
The descriptious,.1ofaeesrin3 farm prep.-
ertles. ff01.. mani undeveloped landS In
Ski. meeli... al*Abmani- 1.45cr.s rtwo
bUslue*% men tapfour liurjge 'III.' top-
#.Wieen) mpamong the foreign boors eat
She thrtft~oinorthers FEureopw %litinual-
IIyou are a.Iu.. ot aor a 4101CL kSale.
mini you want your properayplamedi be-'
foereithesebuyers., write us aindoie ii.wll
have our Reloemeintative call andmi mink
the neessawry arrawinement%..

S,_ i

Wishing Every One

Eve ry


A. S. Allan

"The Big StoreWith Little Prices"




We believe it would be a good
idea if there could be a revival
of the old sage advice to believe
nothing you hear and only half
you see. The favorite sport of
some people seems to be believ-
ing everything they hear. And
they hear too much. Every-
day somebody comes up to you
and wants to know if this or
that is true, and when you in-
quire how such a notion got into
his lead he replies: "Oh I
heard it."
Right there all responsibility
for the report is lost. It may be
something that is detrimental to
a man's business or a woman's
character-usually the whisper-
ed report is-but the "I heard
it" covers up all idea of origin
and widens the breach of i "S.
We know of some few ce
who make it a rule to never re-
peat what they have heard un-
til they are absolutely sure it is
correct. But .there are very few
of this kind. Where there is
one who investigates there are a
hundred who go right ahead re-
peating the report and covering
up, when pressed for more infor-
mation or the source of the in-
formation with the statement:
"I heard it."
We are at a season of the year
now when we are supposed to be
unusually charitable. So let's
resolve to KNOW what we are
talking about before we start to
discuss a rumor, especially if it
is the kind of rumor that may
injure someone's business or
reputation. We can make our
Christmas happier by only dis-
cussing pleasant reports. And
their if we are really sensible we
will, one week after w e have
celebrated Christmas day, make
a solemn resolution to quit gos-
siping altogether and then
stick to that resolution.

THE BAHAI MESSAGE is always gin; 1., a.k s ,,
RICHARD EVOYD JONES God and the latw. ,f ,. Pr.
S C, 7.rn(tudi from rage I. > hets. Yo>II hat o ,.ad .: ,,.

even against the pugnacious will Bible that S:.i t : -,t:
een o e osf wit in, i en >t,' .
;L. Is it not true that human ia ell waitei toI ('t'
the wilderness. Ior forl l,.
nfaftiority is the root of all env. The strong covet the reap"et nature is a hindrance to men in hI w. tempting him in due
lbeis, not their envy. For envy i the rebellion of the incmI the practice of the wishes, laws everything What kind Sa-
Once emyIs permitted to take roht it crowds out ambition as a weh a-
l a coultuind pla EDry bentuah and stupiwes determination. It iand desires of the founders of tan was this gentleman It was
1 a confeilton of despair. It produce nothing. It yields no rtetUa. religion? nature, the animal pas To dbmitto It Is to bMakrut endeavor. This is true. Human nature nature of man.-Adv.
Hatred has the virtue of force. You can battle with reslstaee. Bat
envy lays down all arm. Irront-liable. it cannot even be offended
Into acion.
h'ini so are UwiUing to hear good tidings of a neighbor and e a ..
AMd happleins Iuly in seeing others depressed to a level with tbhealelve ..
are the mo=t o1t elely, lost to the work of the world. Their envy isa at '
paNio so full of cowardice that eveu they have not the contldeuce to '.:.
openly own it. The weSket are reluctant to pose as fes of cAiaraer. A A
Envy to a lwvice. EX IA X
Upon a lo~-that ought to give him pleasure the invious mat X
wilUfUy puts hinsaelf In pain. He v.nverts what doild the life's reMli **A-
into tseret auguish. Those things which give the lighest .ati3flseco o .
to others give the quickest |agll. To hi, all the perfections of 1 ONDAY ANI) TUESDAY. DEC. 24 AND 25
fellow crmeat odious. Youth. beauty, valor, Inatertty and wi- .
do are prove R s for his displeasure. X "FROM I M TOT E CD C
To be offen I with excellence. to hate a man ilbeu tho w IIII
approves is but the faint praise of a wretched soul. y X1
So false to all (dunry that no niut tiv" dk"pibw It o U*saa T
he who envies moate. l lav to a drug he would rim abo Itf ; A PI('TITRE OF THE CHRIST I
be ,ould. and envies n e much as he can. J11 From the following of the Star to the manger. to the ":
Envy burtii only the polesstor lake a scorpiou Boa nUt t m r t .m.
Circle of fire It stings itself to daii t.y. Crucifiction. .
T tr t evdeae r char ier to be without a tk r ea. An A ppropri:te Picture for the Date.
spya a, lts Mis-t-s4 a !" 25 and 1 o

& A soul stirring story rut ning through thrills in Mexico. .
J. II. McMurray, of For' Mill. \\. i.. Forbes, who as here I France and Siam. Through Texas border strife, andI A
S. C., who arrived in the city a several months ago organizing a dances and rites of the Far East. Through beauty of X.
week ago to spend the winter screen factory, arrived in the woman, beauty of gowns and wonderful settings. Pass- X:
with his son, Dr. Leroy McMur- city this week from northern I nig all else the screen has produced in lavish enter-
ray, died very suddenly in thile points. where we understand he tainment. This picture set-I a new mark in number and
lobby of the Keystonie HolttI has been promoting this enter-' variety of wild animals and reptiles. The stars are all
Wednesday evening at nine prise for Fernandina. Some of't of the greatest reputation.
o'clock, while engaged in playing the machinery has arrived and ,
checkers with a friend. Mr. has been placed in the building Dorothy )alton. Mildred Harris. Conrad Nagel. Theo-
McMurray. was subject to at- secured for a factory from H. F. dore K lof.
tacks of heart trouble, but ex- Sahlman. It is earnestly hoped X The (Great l'iice o .i.'ilm ('omp els to Ask 35 :andId 15 "-
pressed himself to Dr. 1. (;. that the screen factory will be : '
Humphreys, who was at the ho- :t success. as it would offer em- FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2t 2
tel on a professional call to one ploYment to a great many peo- : D .
of its guests, not five minuilep^le. NMr. Forbes is very optinlis- V
before he expired that he felt lic oV\r prospects for the fac- I I R A
fine and would hardly need t,,r. Adopted from the Play by Willard Mack
treatment this winter, the for- ---- Bennett Is Sta. with
mer having treated him last Banquet Tonight Enl .ennett is lh. Star. with Huntley < winter while le was lhre oii ____ Aileen Ray..
visit to his son. lThrough an invitation sent A <(ood Comedy With This
Mr. McMurray h a (I been out by the Nassau County Board 25 and II .:.
spending his winters in Fernan- of Trade a monster banquet for .X.
dina for several years and had the citizens of Fernandina. is SATURIAY. DECEMBER 29
nothing but friends here. A planned for tonight at the Key- T$ IHIR ) EPISODE F0
complete sketch of his life will !gne Hotel. We presume the the THIRD EPISODE
appear in the next issue tof the intent of the meeting is to or- %
Leader taken from the paper ganize such a body, which will D "lJ ur iOlARlrISe
published at his home. Fort h, a g:eat developer for the WITH THE USAI. WESTERNS. COMEDIES ANDI
Mill, S.C. c,,untv y at large if the proper a- .
The remains were prepared d mount oif energy is put behind FUN-MAKIN(; SHORT PICTIURES. t
* by Mrs. Estelle Rogers and left the fmove. That a great many 25 anil 2r i.
Fernandina yesterday morning will Ittend is a foregone con- ..
for his home, where interment closion. '< -:-:-:---.--: -:-:'-: -: "~:":-:~-""
will be made. accompanied by
his son, Dr. Leroy McMurray. Weather
and wife, who have the sincere -o lInt: -:\r w:-.:,'.o rtr.: ru.n-
ymand tiew ,,f i the inher After a: week of the meanestP
sympathy of everyone in lheir .
sad hour. Mr. Mcurray was kind of weather, the clouds roll-
preceded by his wife some Vears ed awa vest.erday and the fish- P
ago. Besides Dr. lcMurrav. e he leaves other children, the fo.r the shrimp territory to, try! rw-.:n*>'N Loki o. "
names of whom will apl'ear in l*i luck.
his ot)ituary next week. -






Friday. December 21. 192:1


In Floridra in


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aull previouN records and miake a net 6tian of
:i pprox)\imitlv*l% .IMJ Onew telephone stations
in Ho )ril:i t his year.

TO d()thiS it was fnecessa ry to install
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iE FLORIDA llES- UNION proves s liand growth of the ('it of Fernatiliina
State .so that every citizen may H. W. Anderson
Why do nearly 40,00i0 re'i- :iha ie th opportunity of earning Dunellon Phosphateo
dents of Florida subscribe regli- a ldtcei livelihood and accumu- jS. Salvador
larly for the Times-t'nion ? late( in tangible form a share of L. W. Anderson
N i merely becausee tey will h. .St:.oprosp(.rity is its plat- )iDr. L. Bunker
f! 1 e i:itesl news trom vi i'rm lN. B. Giller .
fid Iehe latest news from every- ,John J. Nevin
where reported interestingly and lit handli( g iie\s it Ilobserves (. (a'rvin
at'iiraielIV at the earliest possi- ti, d(Iecencies and amenities of( G. W. Anderson
ale imomentill. Not because its lift'. It never wantonly brings Joseph Birnbhaum
l'ia l articles illstrilt and iits; leatu res entertain. There is Each issue is complete. the in- W. lFarris
somethlinig more than that. A lielli'ence not being offended b y
newspaper" isn't a I)are chronicl- he publication of predate Total
r o(I t' vetil.. It is a personality. editions. Its advertisements are Tota
It comes)i1. into your home almost clean. The world it surveys
as a member of you()titr family and with good cheer, looking for-
if i it is tie proper sort is wel- ward to a jon fident tomorrow. I
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What sort of person 1do yo ciordially invited to become na
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lie ouight to be honest. couria-
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What do yo!, fiiid ill the Flori-
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ii speaks lhem Iout freely. They
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influenced by outside interests.
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it realizes only as it is of service
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'Honor Roll.
A. S. Allan- -
!C. J. Davis ...
'L G H irth .... ..............
IH. F. Salhman .
J. H. Wragge
C. Prewitt
Thomas Lasserre .
N. A. Hardee
P. C. Kelly
C. M Kelly ..................
E. F. Morse
D. H. Ground
E. W. Bailey
A. 0. Bailey ......
A. Allen Murphy .. .
E M izell .... ... ........
W. S. Whitney.v. .
SGeo. E. Wolff ........
J. A. Smith .......
J. R. Hardee ...............
;F. H. Hobein
iD. A. Kelly. ..
E. J. Roux
A. D. Simon
F. C. Davis
E. F. Fitch
N. B. Borden.
Louis Goldstein
G. I. Roux ......
It. M. Martin ...... .
('. W. Lasserire
.1. A. Flood
!L. A. IBoyd
,Frank Craham .
I'. ). pchurch...
I. Grunwald
S. I. Merrow
1J. (. Suhrer
Glyndon Waas .
D. G. Humphreys ..
('. S. Binnicker
1H. C. King .
Ira W. Hardee ..
E. W. Bailey Jr.
Mrs. J. L. Horsey
T. J. Shave ...
.. F. Lohmani
1H. .1. B:aker
W. T. Haile.
1). A.. lart ti
(). \. B-arnes
W\. Jones Davis
C. S. Hares'(ford
(Ge~ Lowe
'T. (. Ozmer
1 rreu ell McN il
S. J. Kennard
(C. (. Burgess
M orris Fishler ..


in this .Most of us can look back to
Other days in Fernandina when
12.00 it was possible for a man with a
12.00 few drinks of liquor under his
12.00 belt to steer the faithful old
12.00 family horse to and from town
6.00 without endangering to any
12.00 great extent his own life or the
.. 12.00 lives of others. But it is differ-
6.00 ent now. through we regret to
12.00 say there are still a few who ap-
6.00 pear not to have realized it.
6.00 W\e may differ on the merits
12.00 of the Eighteenth Amendment,
12.00 we may favor it or oppose it.
3.00 But on (one point we are all
6.00 agreed. and that is that the
12.00 tightening up on liquor drink-
12.00 ing came at an opportune time
6.00 so far as human life is concern-
6.00 ed. If there had been as many
12.00 autos back in the days when
12.00 whiskey drinking was at its
6.00 height in this country there
12.00 wouldn't *e been cemeteries
12.00 enough tol id the dead. For if
12.00'there are two things that won't
.. 12.00 mix, those two things are booze
12.00 and gasoline. Driving a horse
12.00 while intoxicated is no great
.. 6.00 feat. because a horse has a
.. 12.00 measure of intelligence. But
12.00 the man isn't living who can op-
.. 6.00 crate an automobile as carefully
12.00 when drunk as when sober.
2.00 Our courts all over the coun-I
S. O try are making it plain that the
12.Oo public demands protection from
6.00 drunken auto drivers, andi they
6.00are showing no mercy 14) the
S1.00 drivers who display signs of in-
3.00 toxication when arrest(ed-usu-
12.001ally after 11hey. have damaged(
12.00 other machines or injured in-
... 00 nociet people on the streets o)r
.. 6.00 highways. And it's a gIood(
.. 6.00 thing. We have no desire to
12.00 argue the prohibition)i qucslioi
.. 200 here. but we do join with every
12.00 good citizen in this land iIn de-
"..00 mai-ding that if a man must
8.00 drink that he stay away from a
5.00 .steeriniig wheel while he is do(-
12.00 ing it.
1.00 Head Work
. 12.00
3.00 l Hubby (sitting in back seat
6.00 and wife dJriving)-"What's 1he
.00 matter '."
6.00 \Wife--"Oh. the car's iun ning
... 6.00 awav."
1.00 Hlubbl--"Vhat ? can't t you
:00.00 stop it ?"
1.00 Wife texcii-dly)--"N-0!"
12.00 Ilubbl)-"Then run into some-
12.00( vhiItg t<-hea: ."
1.00 Dumb Dan Himself
12.00 mMir:alin--"(oodness me. Si.
12.00 what you painting the inside of
1.010 0he chicken coop forl .'
12.00 Silas- -"Wh. to keep the
6.00 chickens from picking' the grain
.040 (tilOt of thIe w.ood(."

P practical (Cal

Seri~us niii*Id yluiig


Modern Busin.s (;irl-"Well
-let's :lak these questions up
in their regular 'order. The mat-
ter o)f cooking is not the first tI ,
Ie considered."

t.ot If a I I )4 Ic.'. n: r. ( j
i chilol I reecclips 141 hum ac,i

;ow II -41idls. 1and t4I> III

Iri4'n41(\lf doetis fIi ). getI"11'.

111) al11 .!-,trot hf ll 4ii! thtm. K, I ii s
1)114.l milk put tup al \:
.a'\X Y*ak. t lh-i\ !-.rr'it> i

i~~l.~ VIM(. (a Viii pri i)'de 4'. ((!I-. ir and V ighlt 1. 1,!
I he lbilings 14) Ilk, io(kedd .'*'I55-1.


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'FIS JIL" ---:.ii a --
'jog that the new 1

tremt'ly porul.,- 1:i
Chri':. -*,rIK'r h:
hadr~dom1e cltyqt-L-d yp.-
body 11" exceptions d

;:s pre.vnit price
---O'-.luity eqtuipped-
I 111thi- ne-x Fordor
'. a.:f.t yc ir first oppor-

rn '~itn l.

Yus, anbt r is:..a- ihzroupd.4 the Ford *'aehh Islachgas plan

Fernandina 1-tearida


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I Keystone Hotel .

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. Make Reservations for Table for .


'" NOW .:
D $. -00

| DINNER $100

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Hlilliard, I)ec. 12.-Mrs. E. B.;. We see in press dispat.c, ,- til
Smith, who was seriously injur- of New York an item which ,
ed in a runaway accident last vinces us more than ever a-
Frid(ay afternoon, when her those who live in Iithe big o
horse became frightened by a :are .just as quick to fall lfor :tak
passing auto, throwing her on schemes or ito 1vy gotild-lritI, :I-.
the pavement, has been rapidly !are those whom hi e sniv i :,
ret~~ 4e-ing anid it is hoped is out and call "hay 'eed." The .!i-
of1 danger. Her son. Henry patch says two, ltake'rs .- Smith, who was summoned by ordinary English >p;iiTi', ".
wire. arrived on Monday. from German canaries. In a Ift\ ':i\ .
(' licag,. the yellow dye. intoi v. ;i,'h I'l.
Dr. (. (. Ftiu 'ia and wife and birds had libeen ippitped,. lgi.! t-,
Mrs. Robl)ert Maihias motored to rill) 'fft. and 1,000 "'easy mi .
.Jacksonville on Saturday last. found thev had paid .:1 Ca:
Mhesdames Iigham. Brewster, spaiows.. When they \wn- '
Filqua andt Mathias motored to dm ll their money I):I h,.
.Jacksonville on Wednesday to do )bird dealers h:adl mv(l oi. i!
solllme Christmas shopping. li)ob- ot iltr-vet. in Itwo '\\Ia !, iti
urt Mathlias also accompanied /iil 41 I elriia.d(ti;. I I lth ir-'t
I hem. place it proves that New \\ irk
M warv -I' ers are just as gullible "., pftn,
Mr. Ihurkec. ; civil war vet 'r-plo living anivwh ,ra, o... 'i ii
an, SO vrs. old. was thrown from the 'ie. ,,n( lace i i )r n
his wagon today. when it passed ith .,on .lwis ii i, :I
over some obstruction and was .- ,
p .i i tuc i .a d Ito p !hase alystinrg is ,. .. .
painfully in .ured in his left side t'r a ida h uiy ) i ln i i
bY striking a .itstump. No bones ,r.on all ne w -l Y ,,1il
was brokeli as far as is known.
-g g t in touch with it YOir pIri'
\\e all hope for his speedy re- ia. is n'lt wh i
.!tiist \\hi;at il '\;a..
< VeI'v. j'retpresenlted t o I) 1e.
Mrs. Nicholson will give a
cane grinding parl y in honor of; ik--IIRE .MILK-K .iM
her granddaughter. Miss Viri-
g inia Brew.ster, tomorrow st Milk plromolt s r,,, c.i.
Thursday evening. Favors will
be miniature bottles filled with! 2i"". I1 is the only ,ood v.0 .a\
syvrup. lcontainlig enough lime to naike

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Friday, December 2 '


May yours he the hope of the morning
And the peace of Bethlehem's star
And the joy of Christmas dawning
Wherevet r on earth you are.

Horsey's Drug Store


Among the other greetings
These few words small appear
But just enough to hold a wish
For old-time Christmas cheer.

A. Kelly Company

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To you and all yours we wish
A Christmas full of cheer.
And may you all Ibe sure to have
A prosperous New Year.

Lasserre Motor Company

Good things of great joy
Tn you may Christmastide impart.
And may each day. the New Year
Find goodness in your heart.

I. Flacks Cigar Mfg. Co.

CII l~ l8' .1 As

May Chuist nu>. t':lVe k, 'i

t~o I(I t jhajppiiies...

lTo I:1-t o pm thrllr~ fI4l Illo. vltdt
Ne4,w Yevar.

Bake- Rite Bakery

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(IftI his'1 '31 %

W v'd( like t)I-ndIii:u lt IM vi '.1 njI,.
T') Send II.~, OII L,> 4o I'01

King's Cash Grrocer~


When old Santa knocks at your
We hope that he will bring
All you want-and even more
Yes, every blessed thing.

Lohman Brothers

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T ~ 'i" c~li i. hr.-EItlare 4'(*t%*

0.W. Barnes

I I It I s'11' M A ,-

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I'I I N w ~~ it -I I. fd

W. S. Whitney



Old S: rnta's visit is once more due
Ar.d so we are sending these
words to you,
To -ay we hope he'll leave you
this year
A great big bundle of Christmas

4m a

Mularkey Brothers

Here's for a Merry Christma.s
The best in many a day.
May Santa scatter his blessings
Of joy along your way.

Fernandina Cash Garage
(. Il. NAG\EL. .M r.

.M\ay Christmas Day at yourr houti-.
Be jammed full of cheer.
And may you and yours together
Spend a glad New Year.

Jones' Market

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Shrimp, Nets or0'

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t;t ,t 1his health will be fully re-
stored, anId that ill the meantime
llHonolrable T'. .1. Shave will serve
;is acting chairmaii of this
board. It is hoped that Mr.
;Iround will be able to meet with
t his board as oftel as possible,
for consultation, should his
lhealith permit.
Mr. Elias Green appeared he-
fole lilte board andti suggested
hil t 1Iliheboard straighten a piece
of r'oadl about one half mile ini
leitlh on, the I)rury Ferry\ alnd
(':llahan road. and the board
reoi'ested the county road sup-
erinltendent Ito go over the road.
and if he thinks best. make suit-
a;ble arrangements to make the
neessary change ill this
of road.
The sum liof $125.00) was order-
ed paid to Mr. .1..I1. Hagan on his
'road contract of five miles oil
the Callahan-D)rurv Ferry' road.
The chairman and clerk were
utithoriz'ed to sign warrant on
ithe road fund for J. (. Cross. ont
:t'lt1eptance of part of his work
1 t ile 'mity rtoad superinteid-
eto# on the ho Ne-ton Ferry rolad.
lids of 1Pas .o Jolles for grulh-
billp, 'stulmping a(nd clearing iivel
miles ofl the (allahain-l)ru IV
I-'err'y ltad at ,-13.041 per mile'
\;is a-ept-ed by the board.
\\'il to be doi e 1' liiitier the s p-l)-
erv'l i.,ion .1 f ihe ttcollunt y ro. ad sulp-
e.ri'intendelit. and accepted lby
iin before ie payment is made.
Iils foir work on tlie St. Geor-
ge anld Craw'lor'rod road and al-o
Ion the Iroad from (Crawl'ord to
the DuIval ctountlv line. were read
ail alit ion on .,alnie as deferred(
ntili a special meeting of the
board to be helhi oIn l)Decemblri

'l'h ,e lollo)wing 'resoltiolln was
ftjerel by lilbssioler ll

I1'E: IT llSOLVE:l) byl the
I1.ard of 1 4 County 1Commissione1t'rs
of Nassali tulity', Florlida, that
lI e Shteriff of N.assau cnt01111 is
\'sted with tlie solt re.-sponsi-
bility for the employment of the
i:tilor, and for the cart, custody
alI proper supervision and feetd-
inig of all prisoners that ar,' in-
ailt'erated in the Nassau countyV
jail. and also for the proper up-

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Callahan, Dec. 20.-Mr. and
Mrs. Noble M. Cushing, of Jack-
sonville. visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. McIntosh on Sunday.
Rev. A. M. Mann. pastor fit'
the Methodist church the past
!year, has been transferred to
Enterprise. His successor here
is Dr. Funk, who comes from
Haines CitRy. He occupied thet
pulpit on Sunday morning, mak-
ing a very favorable impression.
Dr. Funk and family will reside
in Callahan.
Hazel, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Braddock. was
taken to Waycross a few days
ago to enter the hospital there

Fisherman's Relief

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~.~4iI I (i I, St 3IC~to undergo an operation tor' ap- a. I' It'dto) Unitd t at ejte''t4i \ u idt. ~ ~lxc 1,1
~ .,, pendiciti~s. in 1820 by treaty wNithl Spaiti r --
atchinie H1oist" Mr. and Mr.s. W. 0. ,Johsls riTha1t soudbegreat hilly *oN. t -* w iC h as.* B ,_
o for I hitiiiing .and I itt tugand chihhl-en visited .Jackson- en'&ik-1ti(I Y lale.";1( and "tillit ,
Irawk I. A (1''l ille on Ttiesdav'. men nw *huing Illit-Snimmer
Ing Devie. Ali' Rul~t h Newsome, FHeifii'yg, m&Itt 1to4)'wIit'll MII&
IRM IION %l)R s Nesoe ad rofgusto)ch T*t' '.i 1), amIm'a
II~~J~II~EI~ ~pent Sa urday 'in .Jacksonville'. mt'hei I lm'.is1, -a chnN, ,i;(j thm> 814
H.ARDEE1111' Mirs. J.1. N. der'tu I Flo'it Ia. I:% ilt~wav.
~~. II ORID ~ Night mnd Mr's. .Johii Mcintosh ~'~1 tee ~ 't ~i'\* h t'siles

11c p .111rp ir 4 111-lsilis 14In'ttosh nmade' a l41IWiQ55tli'i) liiilt :Iii admiiial,It utill i ", AII -l iI4lti~\.
pr. a l )t* l' iis i lt, Board 1ofI he dj)-totFol kstoin on T ui'sdav. fro'tm AMiami i) it r, o4aT (ld t c In i
I ~fllis-jle )5t*t Nassliti Clitill- Rit A Lithe will See loll!a
tV. F10orida -TlVSIVh' she IS; fi' l 'j-,and Mi's. .J. If. AM-rck. w~ho ha-T

ither di'.rectedi to employ a com- lien a patient in the Waycross This is a growing ,,' ,i-vt.
petent jatilior and (Idesignate his hospital for several weeks, was an business gro ws ni- ii f:.-!t
duties, aslil< to report to this brought home for a few days ha- the p'pil ion. In 'oit
IIboard tilte amount of monthly last week. but unfortunately th p)opulation was 7.(a i ),(ii.ii.i
salary which the jailior shall be1 hadl to return kfor further tre' at- It hias ',rii. ii l i.,11 ,it.'iitlt i.n
paid by1v this board. it ment. ',, enly-t hree year' .iN ,ii;h 1, 1 1 r7
Th'e sheriff is further direct- Miss Vina Brandies and T. II. ceVt' : not bad.
led 1o proI)mptly report to this Wells motored to.l cksonville on 1]ltl c consider sIeel. In l 1i
Ioird', alV a1141l all necessary" re- Tuesday. thi- country produced i Ii.ol4.-1
pairs needed about said jail. or \\. \W. Hodges made a ibusi- .ins in a year. Nou it pro-
t' tanld fittings "re(utlir- il- ss t Irip to .Jacksonville on I.l "' 10.0 .<" 'io ". a i
ed. which may not alreadylI have! Tu]esdayv. itr-aste of )t) per t'tcent.
come I t, e attention ,f (his Mr. Jones. anda family" and i If y" sell t s otr.
i.board I1);ave Hliggitibotham motored to 'lsho" you'll lose. And d"'!
Afitr \aininig thelt' bills that t. Augustine on Sundtlay. i1ti1en to an:x talk about "'la litha, ipres'intd andl ( approvinu j Mrs. I. ('. ('ar'ter is spending Presidential year." i'rep- l
them for payment. tilted board ad- :t ft1 weeks iin .1acksonville with "l Itimes, in the words o thei
ijoirlel l i' Ilet't 4on Friday. )e'- i'elatives disti"guiislhe'l opJto list- Mr. I 'p-
cember 281th. 19)2:i. to attend 1(o A measuring party was given plert'1". "txpel great things."
any business that may ct'lome e- Oi Friday night at the school -- -
f lo'l' thlem at th;lt tla ime. :1i1litorium for the benefit of the A I.,X sixteen maiiies a \\ild-
home economics department. ,w %- lady. fifty ear's old. win\
Five cents per foot and one cent owns a hotet'l.
**ach extra inch was the admis- The lad l puts 1i.0i ivi, l 's NI
.ltl sion fe<. Heights varied from for the ong hImn en l
The Beauty Winner fr fet and telln inches ti, six re,',at t It,.t
feet. Some were glad that a The .<; 's p1t;i.:e'. shIiock10i.
-1: latitIu(de was measured rather wuiild s.: :. ide thte ii;ar ;
Shan l ciircumference. Gu amit. tI e't i wid 'ld ti -ied
1 e ** '1 l;eie plat\d( and siunts were IM PI dc'.liIt. ltl h igil i
".^/ '^-{11 1nilled1 off b y the various nem- 'iddl "It e i wo' ,n -lI'ilid keep
/1. ht'- --^.,v b llers (if the class. later in the vry -.i, 1 i;riois t.iil of mis i
S.._ .' evening" g C '"oa and saltines we1'' .iel 1i In. :Kii a' lt'r h im.l
St-l''(.. There l p 1t' i'1F par nt- il
S' .. '' Mrs. Jo. hn Mclintos.ih and sli I'oble)tii Iht;i the maila:"r'lrni1i
-h ick. are spending several days of a m,,\ fro. i li'lc i, niit-
in Jacks:on'viile wit h relatives, riage.
a111d frit'nds.
.is.s ,Ruthi Newsm and' M11r. i!pI' I ,
.F. ( i'n r m"ottired to (Jacks nt- to (lk tinll Ital 1 1' 1 % I1
.illeh in tWedlesdav evt.enilg. ,a.hine. .he. a i sli
whtert ,NTiss Newsome sang a l'it Germ a,. all .
m 4 st 4 pleasing nulml'er at Ih, l'. I s -' six v ile ,an ir.
school l if Musical Art. la h*i a,,f, ; ,,i"
E. A. C using an d family illI ixty lia-I'iri l '-I .liii
leave olI Sunday folr Ormond i ."I .I-a' i, 1 I.
,, "--. I r D ee .1. wrmen e', sall !,nl h bs 1 it,
Plant (it" "and other slithernfl .. iles
p i1ts 4 o )spend the ho' liday .i 'll 'i l .-,I
malinJ g litv Irip) i ll tIhel 1e. li" mei al l ie -, Ith-i. "'\x:

'I'll'vThusda Dec. 13. whel t .i i' t'.
N see d c ara t laii Ii %llt i '-4iV r Iogiam !w a t l ils .re... .i i' -I .. .
"L. riN lock, of Toroni' to, hianadu. I'

*ttLF*i Into110New Ior las~t w4.,i:
4nd wt'tu 44vor 87 Auwricen beauiath'
twian T-18tlw.,tY fif'Ct ~IEn I Normt
Aftorkam I1~4&&y vu~t

Slam the mosquito and swat
the fly.

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hils chair hhzidii tb.- .tlo at tho
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Also What int.O,IlfH W,0111!1 if

At a wedding recti4"Oln ain*
usllafl3 onuipltmenta 'ii.' orlde ou
herI typjeminveoietr he nowi -av "prny

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Pianll Solo. "'little D)alice"-' 'a s' t i" ...... ..

M musical Recitation. -M y O l Time. t 1>" ity ri' ln' g all Lta rth11 s i "' o ll 'll '*' ''' '
R -ag Doll-Marie Spui-lock. l"t airs re Ir oyalt Nobilt t ,t ,'i ,l ,- -
Piano Sol o "Bo-o- k ', o lergy.
P'olka'-Marv Butler. Jourinalismni was ret' Icogi.ized in
Vocal Solo ",,Tis the C 'ucko 1 condel send( ing way. as h : : -: -'--.--- -:-.--- .. ... -- ----...--..---.--.---. ..... .
-Margiterette Pickett. fourth estate.
I-ia ol. l ,"T he A o"'i ... 4h ,h (." h I'otl ig l o,,r ... X. .. i g Cl..

.... 5 1 ht. el.t'th 1. d i t:. at YOUR't HARDW ARE NEEDS
..n H, ._,.'... ,pays in inte rn, tnl,, til,,ugt .. ILrIi
Piano Solo. "The Butterfly"- iuliig mankind are Stienm.-
Mildred Milrick in' and 1t' e. (an helte-. to att"n'l t our store. inerim nhi nEn l n
Social Solo.. "DI)all"-Ruth l4) th three science i, 1-. to patch up and repair the House. Ia rn or (; .:rt'e. T. "
New-onme. compaiably greatest. Nerws- t. h .
S *olo, "T"raveling 'ps- 'papers come next. tinance third.
Its-Hiloen Patton. Newspapers can overrule all the' I',.Int pri' arne not going to I' I.. ',. and one m l.
Pianol Sol. "o n f th power of finance il the news- inter w'ill pioe more c1t1.41 t.h;n if .\ou did (he ,.r "
(li m- papers happen to hbe in the right. tNOU' while the weather D A fit. e are takmi caie C.
iSon "Viol.t Jones Vera Na-uspape's atih, finance co '-. the cmmhunit' s needs in lHardware and P'aints-\ i. i
i'iieir. Sara M rick. Vi-gie bined ran Itl nothing against v ; ready to take the name pood can' of Y. o -
Jones. 1 Mildred Myrick, Mar-y scien't ,. except poit u1po itc ::
Butler. Doiris and Ruby Whitte- "" ::hn'i Standard H ardw are Co.
morne and Marguerette Pickett.a .. n.Ltli I lUV lr ,
Musical Recitation. "Fraid- There are nearly seven ti hlioii- I';lNA1)IN. I 'Ilh\i
Cat"-Mildred Mvrick. salfd million dollars in our sav- .::
Piano Solo-Ruth Newsomet ings lanks. Dl)eposits have in- : Phone s<)
and Mildred Mvrick. 'creased more t han five hundred
millions in the last year. That ".
children's s Fatal Diseases s oiu id s prosperous. Savings : .
Sieinbank depositors alone if pT1they FORNI F ll lORNCE 11L STOIrYEm
Worm and parasites in the in- dew out theli savings all t h: !UP II I U
testines of children undermine oe. would call fo. r nearly all
health and so weaken their viw the money in the (country-onlv w-.. .. .:.
tality that they are unable to re- 'eight illians is the t a!. .......................... ...
sist the disease so fatal to child ---_ -o
life. The safe course is to give This will interest million, ,0f 9.
a few doses of White's Cream husbands and wives m,,re than a
Vermifuge. It destroys and ex- any other news of the dat': t- PA I
pels the worms without the Jean Francois Pennel and hiu

\plIct treat things.
1I; Marries 50-Not So Bad
\\ake Uip. Henry Ford
Dead Together-And Happy
Which Is Greatest'.'

'lider Moinroe. Florilda




"Our Family Medicine"

" WILL WRITE you in regard purely vegetable remedy, acting on
I to Black-Draught liver med- the liver, stomach and bowels. It
icine, as I have been using it is made from selected herbs .nd '
more than 18 years," says a letter roots, and contains no calomel or
front Mr. S. F. Mintz. of R. F. D. 2, other mineral drugs.
Leland. N.C. "I keep it in my It has been found of great value,
home all the time, for it is mostly in indigestion, stomach trouble,
our family medicine. When we sick headache, constipation, and
begin to feel feverish or sluggish. lazy liver, helping to relieve the
with trouble from the liver or symptoms caused by these
stomach, we take a dose of troubles, and to put the digestive
Thedford's Black-Draught and the system into proper working order.
trouble is soon over. I mostly buy Get a package of Black-Draught
a dollar package at a time, and it liver medicine from your druggist
has saved me many a bill." or dealer, today. Be sure to get
Thedtord's Black-Draught is a the genuine-Thedford's.



A Purl Vegetable lver Medicine



Friday. December 21, 1923


4 $,



Blond I "c" 4 ) 10 1 : -


Friday, December 21. 1923


Chdre Cry for Ftether's

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has bees
in use for over thirty years, has borne the sig atem te
_on the wrapper all these yeam
just to protect the co.mina
generation. Do not be d VuaL
All Counterfeits, Imdtations and "JUst4W-gd" ire M bt
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health d
Infants and Children-Experience against Ixperiment.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourself.

Cestoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Pregoric
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 hM
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatuleacy,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arisiag
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aidb
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Comfort-The Mother's Friend.

4e Bears the Signature of

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


I Democratic Choice I

Tmunesout. -**it-tce or ioemcralb.
seembers tfor odfler144iai., or Ithe jorest-ut
O~mwss I. kt't, led lay i.rmier i4lwAkri
-m. th.~t Irot hAJlet

4Q '- M.: :+ .:* .:- .+ :- : --: :--.-: -: -.- :- .-


We can deliver you w
f notice. Cut in stove
Oak or Pine, per load--

S Big loads. Your patron



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'or. Broom and Sixth sts.
Rev. W. (.. Strickland, pastor.
Sunday school. 9:415. W. 1I.
Kussell, supt.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Junior League at 3:00 p. m.
Evening services, 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
8:00 p. in.
Everybody is cordially invited
to worship with us.


The annual meeting of the
stockholders of The D. A. K6lly
Co. will be held at their office,
Wednesday, January 9th, 1924,
at 4 o'clock p. m. for the election
of directors for the ensuing year
anid Ihe I ransact-ion of such busi-
ness as may conie before the
PI. C. KELLY, President.
I i.c. 8th, 1923'.


ood on
or fire

a few minutes
place lengths.


age will be appreciated.



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U BE I U U @G~

Fifth and Alachua Sts.
Jas. N. Ford, pastor.
Bible school, (Sundays). 9:45
a. m.
Divine worship, (Sunidays),
11:00 a. m.
Evening worship. (Sundays),
7:30 a. m.
Mid-week prayer and praise
service on Wednesdays, 7:301 p.


The annual meeting of the
stockholders of The Fernandina
Wharf and Terminal Company
for the election of officers for
the ensuing year and for the
transaction of other business as
may properly come before the
meeting, will be held at the of-
fice of said company, Fernan-
dina, Fla., on Tuesday, January
8th, 1924, at 1 o'clock p. m.
1-4-24 President.
Fernandina, Fla., )ec. 4, 192:1.

It Read Like This
Wanted: Wide awake young
man accustomed to complaints
our information bureau.
It might have been a coinci-
dent but a young father of twins
got the job.

The annual meeting of the
stockholders of John R. Mann &
Co. wil be held at their office,
Wednesday, January 9th, 1924,
at 5 o'clock p. m. for the election
of directors for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such bus-
iness as may come before the
P. C. KELLY, President.
Dec. 8th, 1923.
And That's That
Literary-"Have y o u read
'To Our Bovine Fernandina'?"
Earthy--"Nope -I never
even tried. I don't think they
would listen."
WANTED-Men to sell Raw-
leigh's Good Health Products
direct to Customers. Little cap-
ital needed. Make practically
every family a steady, satisfied
Customer. Workers make larsre

Regardless of whether our
rural friends are raising wheat,
corn, rye, fruit, cotton or what-
not, we believe they will be in-
terested in this letter which a
southern man recently wrote to
his home-town newspaper, for itj
may offer a valuable suggestion
to someone in this county. The
southern man wrote:
"One of the most discourag-.
ing things that comes under my I
observation is to see farmers I
buying meat and potatoes. The
average farmer cannot succeed |
unless he raises enough food-1
stuffs at home to feed himself!
and his family. I am just a:
common farmer, but I have rais-
ed plenty of corn, potatoes, meat
and the like for my family and:
will have a little to sell. I rais-
ed 200 bushels of sweet
potatoes on one and one-tenth'
acre of land. I sold $50 worth
of soy beans, and have plenty
left for feed. I have otlir food-
stuffs stored up, too, and even
though my cotton crop wasn'tI
very good I'm still fixed all'
right to get through the win-'
There is a great deal of comrn-
mon sense in that letter. When
the farmer does not raise his
winter foodstuff he loses most
of the advantages of country
life. His greatest economic as-
sets are freedom from rent for
a house and freedom from the'
grocery stores, except for a few,
staples. When he buys tht.
things he could produce for him-;
self on his own soil he is inviting
a trade balance against himself;
from the very beginning.

The extraordinary Borozo' 1i
treatment for flesh wounds,.
cuts, sores, galls, burns and
scalds is just as effective in the'
stable as in the home. Horse
flesh heals with remarkable
speed under its powerful influ-
enc. The treatment is the same
for animals as for humans. First
wash out infectious germs with
liquid Borozone, and the Boro-
zone Powder completes t h e
healing process. Price (liquid)
30A, 60c and $1.20. Powder 30c
and 60c. Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer.

Sausage to Verse

Nine little sausage
Sizzling on a plate,
Down came the boarders
And then they were ate.

So Particular
"And did you visit Italy-and
eat some of those wonderful
doughnuts fried on the sidewalk
of Florence?"
"N-I wasn't that hungry."

You Tell 'Em
"I like your new gown,!
m'dear-It fits perfectly."
"Yes-it does fit well-but
not nearly as perfect as the fit
George had with the bill."
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 orI
two doses is all that is necessary
to start things moving and re-
store that fine feeling of exhil-
aration and buoyancy of spirits


Frank B. Willis was once go'v-
ernor of Ohio; now he is senator
from Ohio. A few weeks ago he
had occasion to address a con-
vention in Washington, and;

CitV tRY 'upatiOnl llweVIISVe- CurI
t he fiscal %lear. Oct. 1.* arc tiI4I
(flilt -.and 11111A lie paid Promnptly.
fIrs! seculIIIIIr at" ve hivensiw ill
I)v s tIb je(.4ct t I jrstuI I I
Prms in,,i nvr ~i,...o f 4

among other things he said: ,,,,, ,, ,.,t, ,.
"I know advertising i. effec- .i. v'IEl) I, oIMAN.
tive, because it beat me in two' '1tasulre ami (ollht- .r.
political races in Ohio. The --
government should use more ad-! IIoiI 4 o*tui.1 4- *i iiut I
vertiing. Advertising is edit-
i i 1 I > ..l..I l ..i < ..n r .. 11
cation put in caps ule form. The n* ,..- s,.,, ri i 1 .i. .. .. ,,,,
west has grown into an empire. h ,1,..1,1,11. l ,'1." 1 ,'
because the people know to ad- h'""'"' ""0 'i "' 'ii" 1 .
t h Il tl i,'t :lll llvili,. -,rt ,'+. it iln .1 in ll
vertise their wares. Booths and i', v 1 1 i.,,,: ,..,, I 11 ,., 1
billboards proclaim the merits ,," k ,#,,I ,, .-..'I.,'., '.
I of the towns, and the merchants ,i->t,. v. i1. ,II -.i,-i. ,,,i.i
-is a rule use their home-town ,,,' i ,i ,11 ih l -ie*r\ ,tn. a.\ .t
papers liberally to dispose of '" *;; ,,.
I th od; 'V'.
their goods to the people at- .t:,,r. ,
traded by the billboards. Real
estate men use printer's ink to
set forth the merits of the corn- I. GRUNWALD
munity in which they are doingi Optometrist and Master
business, and as a result thei Optician
west is growing faster than any, n ..6% Of u ..-.' I..,n.-
other section of the country." ,,rr .i,
Senator Willis was not direct-
ing his remarks especially to the
business men of Fernandina. .......
But he could t have told them "*
a greater truth if he had been --
talking for their sole benefit. o t or
i Notice to Taxpayers ru
ne 'h 1923 taxrill w ,
The 1923 tax oll is now ope. IFRES VEGETABLES and FRUITS 1
TwO (2) per cent discouilit al- e (..n for Your SuTld.i)
slowed on all taxes paid in Nov. Dinner li)Dliercd SiandAn 3.
and one (1) per cent allowed on or Any Week Iay
taxes paid in Dec. j FED.Ivi H N 1 **Io0M i 10
Tax Collector Nassau county, f JOHN LAZAROS & SON, Proprietors :
Florida. ......

Pine and Cypret
i In Carload ]

Burney( .Bra

Yellow Pine Lumber a
Barrel Heads, E


ss Laths


and Laths


"Island City Market
You will be able to get Turkeys. Chickens. Cranberries, .
. Plum Pudding, Mince Meat, Pickles. Olives, All Kinds T
of Nuts, also Shelled Almonds, Shelled Pecans, Shelled
Walnuts, After-Dinner Mints, Dried Fruits, Table Rais- X
ins, Ward's Paradise Fruit Cakes, Celery, Snap Beans,. "
Cucumbers, Cauliflower, Lettuce, Egg Plants, Squash, X
Apples, Grape Fruit. Oranges, Bananas, Tangerines, f.
Pineapples. Will also have the usual Mixed Boxes of y
Fruit to be sent from the grove to any address, prepay-
ing the express charges to destination in time for the
S 25th. :
S Ut


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 month (per-
haps)-but she chooses GRO-
difficult, however, when she
trades at

Island City Market
F. H. HOBIEN, Prrietor


Speatest evil that fate the
sodal weeld today is the divorce
It i perfetely dear that the Bible
doe not periult of divorce and re-
auarrise Oa any ground except one,
and that whosoever putteth away
his wife. caring for a muse ot for-
nloatia. maketh bar an adatees,
&d it he marries anobr he him-
selfr .em adultery. This much
is platn as das namely, that tee
Uto onl one Scriptural gaouad for
eeore and rmarrisae--4mpuilty
em tim part f the other party.
But, what are yea goingla to o
whan dvewra bas realy beomoe a
pastime? Some are treating it Ia
but a penag epertenoe. Sowlel
Iaes as being broken, moral satM-
ards ane beag shattered, chlldrem
are bdag ensed. bouas are bdeg
bakma up, and me and women am
ltoU S al sense of rnrd for the
ateemdaess of the marriage vow.
Of course. where one party In
guilty, the party has a
pertest ritht to re-marry, and the
tmeaoset party ought to get a dt-
vwma But. there are tee may peS-
oie dtbeOrately committing, e of-
tmee la order that they m aeOure
tbo divorce. They are deliberately
ereatong the cause for the purpose
tf belai separated.
earl asixty per ceol of the i-
veem of today have been brought
about by the parties premeditatedly
etmatin the cause for the divorce
Why don't the Christian fortes
et the country Weak d suppress

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wi :w imr ''1s xv ark, hoping that

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('11 It I S'l'MA S
.A C(1irisi ni.;IsDay vt hat is b right anid

A wrldofp.vforI I lj~V iwhe coinililg VU1F.

Smith's Restaurant

(' 11 It I T M A S

*l I. ;i wlI e idll w hih ti >i t )*\
l}ia)py l)I your Christ nimas 1):\.
lHaplpin-;. an;il glad gfoil chee'r
I.asting you throughout the .var.

Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

(C'tU IST,1 A S
It's .lore than .Merry Chrislmas
Thail \vt a -e v, hi-i) It's ,Irighl a;und Hlappy X ver.dav
The coming tw,'lv-f months thru.

Island City Market

* ~n .. .. ...n.fl ------------- ~flnnnfl.


N,,~ tluiil ut his season (itot' lie v

WVit Mt ii 3errY'( 1I1i rit ;Is ()()(I andIt

Keystone Hotel


Thl' hl'ime heartfelt greetings
Art. -ieter than the new.
TS w,'rt wishing Merry Christmas

The Atlantic. Hat Shop


A: Il tilotights hack tl'ar
ITo, th1t w1 (ldt.rfo lls star.
.Mvay all Ih, jny oII earth it iiroughit
lFinl its plac-te withinn y\'our hearl.

Noble A. Hardee
Distributor Hig.h-Grade Petroleum Products

C(' IRI IST.1A M s4

With all kind th,,ught, th,.,
WOdS iarke el:t.
\We trust they will cnovev.
The hearty wishes that are meant
For you this Christmas IDay.

Haddock's Grocery

ti I *


Friday. December 21. 1923



Page Seven

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Page Eight


Friday. December 21. 1923


AN Ordlmauec levying and imposing
license and occupational taxes for
municipal purposes upon occupations
for gralding,. fixing andi determining
the amount of su to be paidd h. any person or persons en-
gaaged i:n said oe'upations in the (Cit)
limits <.a the' City of Fernandina. Flor-
ida, asu provided I1% the Charter of the
City ol fern:andin:i. IVlorida. fror the
1`lcal .-,ar begli, iniliI g il'tobler Ist. I'J24.
unless otherwise sp.ei'ified. aund for
each .Ni.'rreiffing s ar until repealed.
and to regulat:t ti-he ca trying on of hus-
ines or businesses under suili
o"r licenses and ioresc<-rilbing the pen-
alty for the fajlur(: tto comply with the
provisions thereof. anil repealing all
other or forlsr orirlnia'-.s relative to
Ie'cupation li, t.i4 .xs f',r l"4 rrn:tn-
dina. 'Florida.
IIll: IT KN:ACT' m 1:V Till.: tl'< I.:
OF' Till: CI'TYV O Fi:N.\.'1INA:
SE'Tl i1.N I N., pi rs.,n sihall engage.
in or It :itiige th lil- I insssn*. s. pirosfession.
sir i'-' ii p t i. l i*-r.- 1 ;1 f ir ll entilneil
-a.nd r ...I l I... I l .iv Jl *rithii thi.e

Automobile an
ming shop
Automobiles, i
tor trucks.
Each person
action selling
for sale of a
carriages, mn
boats, or vet
or character
steam. electric
other motor
This clause
bicycle deal
cycles nor i
to operate a
pair shop or
Automobile Re
rage, include
sell or take o
of automob
motor carria
character, pi
electricity, i
motive power
ing the right
prices, gasol
all kinds ne
trade, tires.
repair parts

mediately upon passage and other businl
publication of tbis ordinance. Contractors.
Auctioneer. r-sident .. .00 or corporate
Allctioneer, traveling or trans- Cool drinks s
ent .. .... 2:5.00 ing mercham
Auctiont house. where goods. tains ..
wares and mert-handise are Curiolities. di
regrul.rly disposed of by auc- Dalryme'b. an
Uon sale ....25...... ? and deliver
Auction ers. persons selling or Deeds and ma
disposing of any of their preparing ft
stock of Koods. wares or mer- t iiortgages,.
chandise In Abhole or In part years and rea
by atitioni sales a one of the Dentists.....
principal, or their principal Detective age
means of carr>nlnK on. and Directories.
conducting theiv usinem.t for State. each
each place !. *S corporation

anI r uie5 r' llll o-l o t- -I i'i-'I. s wItnll xeUs jiaer es ,
Cit) of l-'ernaidiani F, loridia. unless and Bakeries out o
until ia 'itv li ense sishall have been wholesale or
procured frtini tilie 4ity (' lle'ior and city
Treasurer iof the I't t'i' Fernianilina. li'nkl or h'aink
Plridt. Is i lis tlis- i shall e I tle. ti n :lnies and th
.tnd 1il ri i I-.ut.tih y I l,+ I ity ldlel'tor .Nitioniil ina
anid Tre:isrer iupon lite plantiit- of f ..,arber iUps.
the ariiutant of liicnse ltax required iaths, Turkhish
ther.-for. without any additional Ich rge p our ....
oir fee' whiat-vr ''lThe word "'person", p.aths, with
in this ordilnst sa h sl.ll include natural "for profit
and corporate persons, and enmrai'ce Itic.eles, deal
the pluratl numbeit.r, a:id thet- word "per- -ire sold, t
.aons" shall enihrase lthe singular nil- oir in connect
her. er business
SKCTI()ON 2. Nso license) l sleall liei is- Billiard. Pool
sued feor nimore than tone year -and a;ill when used
licenses shall expire on the ::;th today directly eor
of September sof each year a:nd for each table .. *
licenses obtained biet-ween iOcistober 1st hill Posters.
and April IIst.i the full tax" for sisve or distribute
y--ar sliall he paid. e ma'.cpt as her'einaf- including ca
ter provided for. ailnd lor each license- e-rs. (But t
obtained.i from April 1st to Septemberi have his oi
30th. loe-haill of Ihe full tax for ione distribute th
year sli:til le p:iaidl .*ti.d :;i. hi rein:af- tio.mrnents w
ter pros. id-. fior. lrds. Song or
SK '(CTION :: 1.tles-ls shliill hie gouood in alone or i
for only tilthe particular and at any other b
one partic-Illar plai'e of business which Hlacksmith S
shall li. natieilt Ihli-re-in. and flr th,. Hoarding Hlou
person, firni or 0 orploratiiin to i Iwho ti room.
issued; but lii.ei'ss siiisas hi.' Irainsfer- htoat house.
red, whetiI litsres : lihon:t fideh sale andt., with boats f
transfer of li,e property uled In thle I'oat builders
business. ;Sttho in t-ade. o-r the rterniso- i:oiler making
31 of the flroii .- pl.ic in tlt brokersrs, ticke
city to- another. t ipiol tsasp li oatin lt o rs .....
the City Coll'ector and ii'Tre-astir.r. ;al i'oslts and Sho
the presentatim of tie 'Cits Coll--tor's liootblacks. o
and Tr.-a::surer's ree-i-sii for ih t per l:'ach additi
:ent. of thile oriinail r cossot is Ilhi liven.e, iittlling Work
sought lo be transfeli-rred; .uiich rans- Isittling WorI
for shall Ie written' a'roiss tlhe tf:i:e 0i b lhlive-ring t
the original eir isse The issuance li the City ...
the C(ily alnd re-eipt 1,i tlile appli-anit IthtllingK Work
of a I liiuse s'itsll I1 no i'.ie be e dteemelt. residents
authlorsii to oil .t issiness in cion- Ili'ttles. deal
travetnltih i. at, orduii.nties oif tlie bottlest'
City' i, i.iex..slii r liereafltr nt- iHowling Alles
acted. iv to I t.eldshl or saiitt a in r atn \ profit .
lnuisal.I e. l1rack Mantifi
SKCTIO'N 4 The nouni.t otf 'thi- Ii r atgenlt fo
cense l ei "l hl illposed upon ehI: office in the
ery person l.rit. Ia. o ior assoi- Broker, thou -
ationi thltt s|I.all i4eigag. isn or ii;in;atn:g' e wh le salad ni
any business or s.'ltupiatiolli here-iinaftter h i tern
mentioned, wthillni tile l '\ of irrian- :it- b intern d
dina. is here-by fixedl, traded :aind d.-- sider and
termrainisd at Ihe folii.wiuia te htliiits : commission
Abstra'tors if Tille. oiimlpati- Ithe sale
ies, atgentst. firms or ieon.- miterchandise
esliage-d n lthe hliiness of Broker, same
mnakiK ablstracts oif lithe ryinlg stock
from tpullice records $ 5.00 Broker. dealil
Advertising or trade induce- bonds belon
ment eonipainyi or individual .' I hIe exchange
Adverti-sinig: Ki ih personal. firm bucket shop
Air corpoir:aioii advertising oln Broker, In fut
&streets wlsh it liainner.s. flo;tts or f Buses. automs
'artnms. tor .my oilier lieans. Building and
with or witlihoit vIehicI. per I foreign
daty ) 5.u I building and
Tile .ahloivt hall talk. effect local ..
iln.dlli-lia.tly Ispons thie is sa 'e Cabinet or Ca
anid lpiilil.:sion s if Ids ioris- Canidy. ilanuf
nanl'.. ing right to
Agents. fi'irn. atss-..rti;itmlsi, cor- or retail. bu
porati-ons ,or otlit-r lpersonts. en- lit streets
gagedl il the busines.-:s of lltIl iCane racks, o
postitiag .i 25it. 5i C(anning fact
Agents. fitis., ;a.sssui'i;nasam ieo.r- t'asiravassers.
poratliions or a;iy iotiieir per- li ein firmiis o
solls dis rit li ihittin i'rt -ila rs. limiting ord
panniuplhl-t or iot her .idver- furniture.
rising imatier. this clause- nlot i musical inso
to apply to II.tir.s-linits adver- retail
tlHin in this s:mailner tlhei i A'.rtl writing.
town goods' ors iltsri-ndsi.s. inug uor other
per da ". :,.I property
Aeroplane or :airs'r:afl of ani <'arri:ages uor
kind. either pi- :-..ener r i marriages buig
freiglit. eac:tlh 11 tii dealers in oi
Agency for steatiolii.ts. .saiilisli I or in conns
vessels or fi r-img ri It'ilrtld' other busin
nmeaniiin railroads no i opera:t- '.a-h Registei
Ing in ihf. it'. ty 5o-,ei dealer int
Agtenc). uiuiishie ,iale Lsun a sCeteneiit. r :ir ar
Co4 p;itipai or ;is' ot her plo'ri tolfac'turer.s-
BOs ior fsirn ledIntasnl iiilln iley it i Ceenietl. brick
personiml priopertv or notes i ing. sand,.
This clause noit lit a:ilipliy to i 'hiropodist- .
person' Itsnis s oi iorpora:iins I'tgari andl t
in tihe real ,'-ai.' I s ,si. < nor i dealers int.
to hanks IoIninectionft
AKenci tiuiiisier-i:al 1i busineii-ss., w
Agency. ('Cliii .ain l i 'ilel-ctiaon, than $2.0
Inclu1dinKg right lo llhsi.l 'ig-ar :and tlo
hosuset re.i. Thi- la:Itse .stlic'k over
doels n14ot ;:il i) o' .td alt- ''iigar nlaniufa
torneys-a;it-latw .inld re..l es- i less than te
late .tgenei'-w t,' 'igar nianutfa
Ag-ente. ltce'l Ist.i.t p.-r.sns more then
se'lliig oir offerings to ojIell real i Iwenty ws'mi
estate for a re\ai-d or i 'li- 'Cigar manufa:
inis.siomn, svo errit it lil lto dotl rnil tihaln I rel-ilins- aiti cd lle.-tsilil. itnesmatoscope
to iie.oltiate loans, hlnd nion- tlureSs. phones
y. prepr('.r hills of .u sale'. eI xhilitions
.-,ed- ,of ini s. in -e. i b tlll I 'Cirsuses,. ,show
osrteasI-- .tdil sor .i ites ion of any) kind,
iolth real aisil pers-onal prop- admission.
erty for .i-e.- S tl,011 ,iO and .seat, r
A. renc' fior mnaion-re'silent:l. l, .,I wise is 25c 0
ers I.r i i:fti f:ifsi u rs slot in- fee for ear
cludinil brokers .u le00 per ay ....
Ag.en t,. Lifet lst.ur.i s. tl.e, in- Circuses. show
s'lid-e lt'\liv c h ,r u~ lgeis-nrail of any kind
aKenitsI li t' paid h. C'omip- admission a
any. ea:cls 'oIsuilpany I ie.ii ,ir otherwise
.AKentls. resale nls stl.-slliusg on- 2ce. the lics
denr :olr wearing. app:arIl. aie-- such place
cepttiut iaymniiiI or s l.irtial is charged s
pl"ayn,'iti for sunlaes :,.ehb Circuses, or sh
Ascen-c fuor itarit'le or sranataa- rade tlhroul
arlsu or iuirl .s performances
A.enc' fir.-, l ..illsh at1lll atc'1- sit) limits
dent issurant'e. pldatt, laa... Circstte.s or shli
autoniohile. lire,. ithet. ,'llhi raute throu
sion. ability holler, burglar, where Iperfs
tornado, and asll ohilaer fornims inside the c
of Insuran'ce misualls reptre- ICivil Enginee
sente local isuraiisi asa- Clairvoyant
encles libsu mind reads
Agents. traveling, pictii-re :aind itrologers ai
boik agc-t- s io lsiue This el.iuse
Agents. .se\Vlis It>ahlu immediately
Agents for laundry lhcattld out- and public
sade of city I'.O t n allnot.
.Aents. liKilhlning rid, ;idt s.hll- I'--anina aunads
citors for putting isp r..tsi .*.vss Si'IthangK. deal
Agent. and distruhutors ,f anu- tCoal. dealer
tomouile and inlotrc .sch tires person or f
exelutsave 5..eio or without
Agents, resident. suolii'tiiin. lu.' 'oht Storage.
iness for out of town hotels or Doses, (no1
other enterprises '5.00e charged wh
Architects .1. I only) ...
Astrologers 156.s0 Commission
This ilaust ti tlake- effect ins- or In conn<

id carriage trim- Dogs, or any other animal exhi-
.... .... .. .. ... 5.00 I bition, per day ..... ... 5.
motor boats, mo- Dressmaking establishments
motorcycles etc. employing two or more pe-r-
i, firm or corpor- son. .. -
or taking orders Drays or wagons used for haiul-
utomobiles. motor ing. and for which :I* charge
otorcycles. motor is made shall pay a license as
hicles of like kind follows:
er propelled hy iFor each dray or' wagon. oe,.
cityt, gasoline oir horse
power .......... ..5.4) For each dray ,or wagon. two,
does not apply toi horses or more
rs, selling motor- Drivers, of public drays,. hack.s
to those licensed and carriages ....
in automobile re- Dye house, or company. resi-
r public garage. dent or agen ...
Sating or lunch houses. or re.s-
*pair Shop or (;:- taurants
ing the right eto .Electric Machinery or Supplies.
orders for the sale tialer.s in or agents for
lies, motor cars, electricall Contractors, or tho~e.
ges. motor boats. who install electric wires.
of like kind or (This clause does not apply to,
propelled ly steam. those who carry electrical
gasoline or other machinery or supplies.) lieal-
;r. Also includ- ers license as per aloi%.
t tot sell at retail ermp lieonsent as pgeny or Iir\. u
lines and oils of Empoy nt agnyoruru
necessary for that xpre4s. o al deliver.\, ealh
ansd all necessary Fwagpn. trlock dti aner I .
..4 : aetory, manufacturing ails.
5.00 doors and blinds. etc. Ils
if city. delivering Fertilizer manufacturer 1.
retail, within the Florist. or dealer in flowers.'
25........... ..... plants, etc., alone o)r in iion-
kers. Trust Comp- I nection uith sai% othl-r
ie like. other than ness
inks ... 40.011 i Foundry
on each chair 1.41 Fortune teller I5i
h. Russian or va- t This claus. toti go into efft''t
... 10.41 immediately upon the pa.ssag#.
swimming pools. and puhlic.ation of this ordsi-
54.ji nance.
*r in where goods iFruits or vegetables oir )botli.
r repaired, alone when sold from car ion rail-
tion with any oth- road track. per car .. :.
.50 This clause to go into effst'!
or ltagtale tables, immediately upon the passage
for profit, either and publication of -this ordi-
indirectly. each fiance.
2 i. as, liquid or carbonic., oxygen.
Those who post amonlas. eti., manufacturer.
e bills for profit. dealer or agent Is.
rd and sign tack- I gasoline filling .station. (This
mny person may clause does not apply to li-
r their employees censed automobile garages.
heir or his adver- repair shops. nosr to tho.s li-
ithout li-ensc) ... In.0f1 i-ensed to sell :autolilobile's.
r plumage, dealers repair parts iand sulilies) .h
in connection with i:ift enterprises organizing rI,
usines 10.60 i promoting ... ... .-. I->4
hops '.0 C Ouaranty or Surety Companies 1l
ises. for each bed <:ansmnith. repairing, to include
.-- .. .. 2., sale- of rilbbser stanips andi
yards sor dock., i sporting goods other than
for hire 2.t ; gunn, pistols, etc..
I .. .. ..53.00l t ;uns. including revolvers alld
or repairing 5.00 pistols. dsealer.s or agents % .'
t or ticker scalp- Ifairdress. er
.. -...... .5*. f iides, tallow. gins-nIg Ior betrs-
>es. second hand... 15.(o wax. dealer .
n one chair 1.40 Hotels. (each ibedroom)n
onal c-hair .50 Note: Each. r,.omi in.lulh.d inl
ks ......... .......... 10.0 "Suites of Roomis" is ico.nsitl-
ks, non-residents. ered same as bedroom.
heir wares within iHucksters. selling fruits or veg--
.100.4l0 tables froni wagons or
.s, agents for non- trucks, delivering direct tio
* -........ lOti.u consunmers. (This 'laus-e
r in .second handt shall not bie conitrued to alp-
.... ............. ;'.i ply to farmers or truckers
w. where used for selling the products of their
... ... 10.00 own farms or gardernes.) I'ro,-
acturing. foreign. vided, however, they shall noit
r same having an park or have stand on public"
e City ............. 5.u street for a period more than
who carry stock 10 minutes .
id who) sell to ice Factory, including Inanits-
ierchants only and facture and alit., with ior
miediary between without wagon 'delivery. at
seller for the con- retail or wholesale prices e10
if a brokerage or Dealers, persons other than
from either for manufacturers. selling ice
of stocks. bonds., from wagons., trucks 4tr cars lo
, et '. ... .. 10.00 lee Dealers, agents for. .solic'it-
as above not car- I ing orders for iniidliatli or
... .... -5.90 1 future delivery 2
pg in stocks and Ice Cream Manufacturer. s'll-
iging to a reputa- ing at wholesale
ce. (Not including Peddler retailing 2:
p .) ......... .............. 10.04 Saloon or dealer, alone or int
ures and options 25.00 connection with any other
mobile. drivers of.. 25.01 business, except re-sta.urants
Loan Association. and licensed soda fountains
.. .- -..... 5-0.00 or soft drink stands. (This ill-
Loan Association. iclide.s right tio sell soda wat-
.. ................ 5.00 er. soft drinks and refresh-
Lrpenter Shop ... 5.00: nents ot' like kind
acturer of. includ- Insurance Adjuster, excepting
sell at wholesale those sent by licensed insur-
ut n'ot on the pub- ance companies to adjust
S. *.... 10.0(1 losses from time to time. :ais
r similar ioards.. 25.00 they occur. and licensed im-
ories .. .. ... 10.u10 suranee agents 2(
representing for- Inltelligence, information ,,
ir corporations, so- matrimoniall, .-t.. luras:-u ,r-
ers for or selling agent .'.
household goods, This clause dicjs not apply to,
-trumenlt. etc., at employll'yent bureau or agent.'.
.. .. ....... 25.04 Investment Company sor Ageni.
cnitting, engrav- proposing too pay more th.tIi
.staindss ion private tlgal interest on stock,. loni
>.0 I or business investments Iol
acks .......... .. '.'* Jewelry Manufacturer or Kn-i
Kgies and vehicles. 'graver if no other license are
ir agent for, alone issued l
action with any fJunk Dealer. including dealer
ess ........ .0 i in second hand machinery.
r. agent foor r bottles, rnagrs, sacks. tires.
... .. ",. etc'.. but not in.clailng deal-
tificia:l stone man- cr.s its second hlatid ihltlhinu
i "ro 10.04i and shole.s .,
t. tile, lime. roof- Kodlak and iiholtoriphie-rs' Sup-i-
'tc.. dealers in 5.4i14 plies, if Iprinc'ipal business, in-
nid M.:anuiurists l.ti0 cliding kodak film
obaccis. or both. studio andi open air : photo-
retail alone or in Kraphy
with an> other Kodak anil i'hi.togr:aihesr.s' Siiup-
ith stock iof less plies if not htie principal buisi-
.... ... 2.5, ness whets run itsn t nn-ectionin
'acio dealers, with wvilih an.\ other Ilusiness
$2.t.. ....... lts latibor A. railt. iiducing laborer.r.
.c'turers enmpltoying to leave st. i anld esimntv i<.
n workmen 14.40. seek emnploiymeit *lntsid.'
ctlurers empleoyinK same 2.i
ten. anmi less than This clause to gi. into .'ff, '*
r-mimit 2t.0r i inian-ediately upon lhe plrtss.* : -<
'cturt-r.s iemploying and publication of this orldi-
.wenty witrk nmsn 2.4.iim nance.
moving pi'- ;Laland anid tevelopilitieni Co'mnip-
Iigraphs, or like in'es. having :tg-n.'y in its
for profit 1... l44 Lawyer
,., and exhibitioens Laundry. steam or C'hinese.
where charge for each place
or for admission Lumbher, agent solic'itiig orders
served or other- in city or maintaining offices
or less., the lilcene in city. (interstate business
h place shall be. excluded)

OIn priv:ilte prop.l'irt \Ill Inoit ltie ; i owed lo |i> l- it. sIt h-i ,ir
ainiy plai'e v.'.lis-neri i te -li Ii ,
i1 O i. w ilhin'I l l ,Ii.-et o. f*II
lunch lto:irds. .;ind\ ,li.. l'-
ra 'ffles t or other di. -
Slit 111 vi 'es. involl 'tv. ing a;i)\ el't'elli tlt
of chance. 'or ea.ihI kindi. lr
I *-.Iar
I This clause lio to inio sriffect
i inar-ediately upuoni til- ptns-.;sag -
ind publiCatioin ol tti ,rdli-
5 nantce.
..**s Railrsioad transpoiltatiros. r,'ightl
I and passenger. I,,o ;i itd i
points in state. 1ia;n tI t:li-
taining office in sity'
Railroads. freight .ilvs. Ito .iia
. in from points in thi l.,t ...
mr:iint:in uiir .ffi--e ill tiet *-it%
"..i ot !;'ep !r Sh tl ltIl it I i.ith..,'-
tion t lb in'. other l.- ilt.nes
Rlinks. sikatingi. li. ,-le or othIher

I ltublier Stanips. r .i..ini-
It so uftscturers **.f
Safets. agents' r d ,.-r in
Sawa or Planinig 2ill. including:
*.00 lumber 'arld ai luintiber
a sei Seissors or Knife Sharpener
This clause ldoest not appl o.
hardware tlores. blac.kssmith.
..i aid machine shlop- ..,r Ka.iraKv
Second hand stores'
ThIoe lhau ung alnd tlsll ing
. elis st-atoves. furnitur.-. hio --eholll
goods, carpcntenr or ipthter
S.l0 tools or any article sor arli-
l'e which have been u-ele.
ts c'it:pting 'cuondl hand -hoi-
" 1111 and cl.othe- **hall I, l, ufje.'
St. rult.- ancd pgeulatiIlons a g.
I earning pawnbrokers
(Shoe repairing
.4 i> s* Shootinlg gualler%
i Shows. theatrical, isun-lrelt et.-t.
other than 'irsilees in truth..
;.b0. per week -
;Slaughter houses or yardl-
S0 :o slot uiac'hines. whether or uot
They display pictures. daslri-

nue law covers, and persons
hilli having aln. license, under this
ordinance covering all oct'u-
.pations, businesses or profes-
toi sioi.s, taxable b tilt s ilrdinain-
'e and followed 1. I their ,
shall not lie redluireid lIo oli.-
taini any other license toi (.'.v-
**r the sa e lilt- I usiness, pol.-.
fessiison or oriiuhipation in
s e .lerry-(Gi-I luonmd. 'er-.ris wheel
;:inl l- illp .lenit. per week.
i". without Ins1 i-s
With It!usic
I, l'er year. .% ilth sniis i- s I r w tlh-
4.11t mus'i
.lii No .Merr olitound. l"erris
Wheel and Flying .Jenny will
.lat I-e allowed tlo oipierat'e within
::.ilo feet olf aI private dwelling.
.$tI Me.sengier Service
Millinery. alone -or in -iinneir-
t:.,ln witl: :llt olilter lisiness.
c:lpital ..,to.k noit \Sx. . s..oom
C'.alital Slto-'k lii-ie thilln .t.'>
it Mine-ral \V;il-r [ti.'ti. ;it ,-nt or
.511 producer
.t This -l;use t s il. s noit :ailly ito
li'e'it s o f iotlllo t Wins % br!.si, .
. .\liisstrel Sl wivs. .i rurtl'l. il P;i -
li-ril lt i -ii'i r lie. I .,-tl'.. lot
.- tlr;ta t'ifer;llt'e I'r.sst one person-' ii
in ti s ;snosthi 'r Must lia;i\- 1 i*'lnlt
from 4'ity .tanat ei-r. lisIt no
person sli l l s 1i-hi oi-.i l i \ %:.-
i'In l hlo ,,r Sh ill ;-,t '.1i s t-1
.i f..r sanc i t' Ii 'cryinis.. uil lis or
s s'wilhoiit tlil l .-rtniis'- ni i l" I,
1. ,, I'ity a;i lu er. ..r1 :it **th*-r
'flfie',ir. unless rI \ n '.l v. itlI

Sa l't lilensei i lit

l.\ n, brol;er. ih.ilin, In ;i ,
signlln -I ts itl swa et Ill .ullli -
.si, tin to ill a illit'r" li. '-sii.
indluslri~ii l".iln c iiioIr..m *-r
Mo lrris pl l i t ,;ta ink. I>ihl Isial
nisir llet a n .l la+r. 111- Isl 'r ils- t
S I i., ;it leisi l ra.i l-es. li t >:ti
ill %%eekly or- ni- n hlilt in-t:ill-
I,, .l nlali V hei ll rhllir s lor fi rl. i lll
lpuriilos e\' e'ss l 'i ll it. L t

tioni Ist-l ul'lr ., I Is tIl. i
It:lanks;. T rist 'iil'.i o-*1

%I ti .ll'li as s -4 t -. T
.lu i1<>-. not inrlrlt e pl r'',iii ,in-
I l til l on liem:il I statl:il'"e ..r 'li th -
n,,l { t'l .Morlg':l es
i .\Ilnlti. raph i or iiii-nr r 'i> let- h -
o .r< li~iaking* 1or oti iers il-
ai ing plll wtIpllell st i r:el i-;Illl'r
i luhasi' ,or o' n-e'rl hi:ll
This '-l.tus. qliS l. ot ;|l p|lll
t o I lise:tlr s. rl|ie'at tio seis'. .i,
411 u on v hisl Ihere i as 1. sIeIifii
SM.usicians, street. e:ashI ii tli:l iri
S l-Ot Naval Stores. ie:lersl in r1' :'s-f
2,I a nts for
I N'ewspasper
il-. illuliinaltioiin. -or l lubrli .i
lng, or lbothi, de:il-
ers ill or :iatieits f'or., :irryinig
tnore thIl n M onet titin .

5ti a i stock ion hitind nrii iiohie
I IIaIll i i :, l as ; 1 ttnl\ lll e l ui -ills
i' til i resiil n i|t'ller- ,f

sf each w'.atiii. whuellher nwn-s l
1 I bIyvs wliioles:lh. iled aler.' :;ig-
I ntills or private iidividuals
4 Plli 'hlAis ilause iloet-s llotl ail il.% I ,
hletnsed physicia.lins.
4.ltri it Itr-.i fugrinilers ic ld street- lit -
sA lois., per AlIy
j 1 t, rpaths. ;anl llel lle*r t.I
i ,,i mf:nipulatioin
This v'i is,, to i go inti 'ff t''l
.111 tiitnim ediat-ely upon Ithe pI:i..sss;ig.-
S 1111d pu li i-:t Iion f tii s ,
1.00 I nance.
". t I'Iswnhroiker-
l:a li l,.-rs-. n -,r firti enll :its l'll
il the hitsilne s if paw iii l-
,I*m. sir >-sstsi>s>lins;1s a 13 % I A-
hroking sihop i thill. <.t.
halll keep a -cord iilin uponi
dlenimand shall liitske a relptort Ito
hl t e Chief -if I'li to #j resentatives. of t.v-er. article
or thing liaw" ei l to, r pIIr--
rhasedIl hy hin 4,r ihem v S ;ilt
res-ord ,alin! report to slipe. 'if
thlie article for thing. stu'lh si
Siunitibel'. itark amd ill other
1 U5j such details as will isake til-
ullstificatio oi f suchil article
I or things i'loir at irl p sitive
i 1 .Wisl such per.oi r i' pers'nl-
a:fores..aid s.lil. l hioi l their
shop subjectv'i to is it a .iion l
inspectiotln Iv Ilhi pilic'., a tlli
upon r-efusal st :t-il pN awii-
hiroker ilt any tile to sulinbrus
e I i ti suc-h vi-itittion or inspie -
lion. his ir tlheiir shiopl slaill le.
ilntmedliatel% closed by oirdher
i fil ; ., thei Cit. ',i C inmusii ier orit
llthe City .lm;inat:ger. All lict'll-
I issueti to |eass'is-Ibrnkei'r
: in silhj0.-'l to rtien' provi--
[ ionll .*1i1 v ,ol.I. ion 0,' \w'hi. h
-i aill h.* l.Ulit ii ,.h d hl ;i reVt'ev 'r-
I ,'. i l.- t-.i.lli l a si< iil,. l -.i -
lit ll Ii Ire l s-lrll i4t l hr lli l Stle
person o.r 1'irmt to t o' i nat
v \.s issue
-, ,, I'eddlh-r-s. fruits :1n il a. i-l ll.
S*'**dldlers. 'll- lln il') lll lloll., t..
house-. rstonu-. dr> siods. .
I'e.dle-r or i ia'.ker I-.r. nri-.i na s11
", Ihoise w hot sell :5Il .irt, i l o,
iiter 'hal li i t. liook-. ,.I. 01l
I whso g 'o''i' s i i l. I, t ' -li
toi soliii iir ri.ei -. l5.-.i f'or'.
, ,,,i w hl tn sold d.hrt., l
ih'iot :raplhert r.., r-',.i r'", r p '

S'hot4tgrari pllht r'-. it i'l'r.l Ill

Sl'il: I sriver.'s e a,,'i
.i in I tllilum b tr inlu ii,; .il. ,, ii ,-1

r' I'ln ssina t 'liuis 'lih it ii-tij-
' hto inl l:-t.l:ii, i : s ;:li i l it
I'ritintK. jihi

*i t Is sn e. dert

irlv itt lnt'1* it llt I h, ls'.- .I iint: .' iSt
isis ordint ina i .iill .I lit ill
li.tll first itaipl If. t\ il ih lIt it!i
onldlittons <:is. Tht ;, ppll.. ; .in affidav at lu-fore- s*oie
ill thie sl tei ;tilltltoriz.ted to ius lin
,o'ltl.S. lt:Ltinil.K I I Ilhe .applll4lti.a llt
SIl li tallmne.', 12) t Ihle nl sii- of ill ipt-rsoi
;-silated with himut lli t it.ntai rli.
ines.< as p.irtn.-r< or- hait% ng .11;
i-.t in thl. :11dl hlus n s-s. ::0 i t,
r Ii, -;ilait w h4ier, i pri.' is ...
if )i t.t"e in hl" l sinesl or 1 V. 1:i

Slsft l s I ai 11 v- 4 i lll se l ast, Ii .I l
.H tlnl fieri of tilte I' y ,.t" Pe'rnl;illd|thr
... S-Es'TViN 7 No IuI.-n.n- th:Is
t-.rantedil miI tlil lte .ippli tilt l.i
oigI lhPi a iim ounit pr<.-s--r sil,.i lt'. l.a\
lls, s*,- Nor h.-all lI *'ris
", i rarint. I a n'. a;pplin.'a to i'gait
an t-l. h -usi ss '..i 0. upiatiirsi on r prif
in or on n lun\ I preinisei iil ponli
tilre- is du lthe- I'llt of Fe.rn.
I so.ill .sn) a:nlowunl lfor dlelti uillU it ta'X
isto otherr lawful a asseqsnie-its Nor
;ills litenite hi.e gr:avinte-. ;si) ispl
Io i. L u agt i1n 1i lt .-aint s,-. u .i u
..r priofes.i*sm | tos r.-r thimn .i
s.pi 5Ia lmilhth. tcI.. upon the puhlit %trre
Ihl.. City of Fernandina. Flor-slai
SKCTICIN s \No lic-ense sth.,
granted until th- re hisli beeni full
pilialie withthe prehi'edi n -P,
1r.d tns. litense. gr.ritled 1 i th tl..i
.'.riphlii-aice shall Nie protci tr':
..pplp ita S it s :it iproi i' e tiin '-. I
--r iminal.
SECTI'OrlN i l:v.-r.3 person fi
SOit i.rporation re quit-rest Iio inroci-ar-
;' ili n ,e" shall e<-.hilia th* -stiia. hei
killed upon to do so li0 thee i'lit
j;.er." Collector :and T'rri.r ir r
i0. 1t 0 i f ils'olice. sor an. lml h's'srn ein o.
lio 50 it)
SlSECTiA t 10. 11.i i. ses of 4 ialh
-sins havinic a pla--e oitf tousint-'s

The abliove menti oned machine
oIr t-machlnes shall inot hte :t-
lowed toI operate within tIos.
lilocks of ;iany pililici or prli-
\la e .s.-lilli ..
This clause ti ;o s into, efeut
iinmnidiatel. uphill tn ilte ps.age
;andl pulia'lition olI this ordii-

Sulda Founiitalins. alone or is lion-
niectio-ll with ali' otIhi r hi.sSi-
i iness
su eI'1.* e none works tn. ktt .isIs. or
Iltl.Oil n ainnifl.s tl ur. rs o' f 'an.n klind o
lstone- or essiiiisu a o miins.'t-
:;ail Ii Stable, eachi liver stable' K..-p
er en ::it"I i ls tII I( l i h is n ot
selling. teeduli g. l .keepI. n,-
tIm lesil li.Is. IlsIrs i t l r i..s orIl
4,th-r vehiirle's lor hire. o n .t
l situ to i'* e-r dras .N. ws:1itlo .
hacks or icarriat-es n i 'tipe-
titiio with I!, etiset draI i.
wag is. ha-.k.. o,r ear-naie-a
>.0. .4 Stabille, sale and fe.-s on,!
Sini i Stable k-eeper- t-slie..- usin.i
i vehicl-es for latk'lingl t purloise,
'i must pay ;i ai:ack li.wense' 1l
S addition to, regiultar 1iisitiess.
mmisi if theta liihave wvaglli.s used
l-r .ti. sfer-rint- .: bS:al;at and
f'reighl. isisi pl.i\ drili \ ,ir
w at sn livei e ailso. ilon e'>.hl
wag t it sni s. Itrih liper-
ison. or tlirm including ware-
loiisemsitn di t alii!i ia horses.
iules or i:t.- atoiil .ai0 i hIi pel -
son 'or fir i kniowin as is l'rov-
ers, or I' traders sellingnt lteiri
.sle k itsll Ihte .-11\ s ;Ill pI I \
:1s IW.-l -is.- .I
J 0 li n ito I:si-la h in,- r" piop'.1-ii.t r .I
;i sal.- lol. or st:la;l.- 'haaill I.
2s' thu hIelld responI sible for ti i-
'Stevedores st'
.' si> i Storaet.t waretlouse. Ior r. ms.
st.lori furniis re-. e-tI
'r:i lIr1s-. il: "'l' ; i Telt-ephonelt- 4' in.n h ,.\ In
Smess'ages b.Itwe-v ,il :in.)
il I o.ltheir parts l ot stat-
"'Tenlpin a:lle.\. whler i, is.-i l i',r,
i.uii.n T.-r' nital St.ti s r -itsi- poli l..r
steal te Ilusiness. bit n[til oier-
:led t by ri ill.,;It d c'nt I il:nis.
Thele:t.iro, e. -ili operarbt house ;aid
liail wliere tiheatrici l Ill r-
slrl ti1-nces i ;r>- i\t.-i ::;1.1 liii
.'>it) ei which a:stllissi.lo is hiir eli
Thin i lls ts e il.o lio, l .:lipp!-
r m si.iu ort i onerrt hall. o.i
*>. .1) ti ei'cllse-
T''lli- 'lilalse il "l anI l, .-. pi l IVr ; i -:
es ot siao s\\'s n mo t is pis liil l r
I e- v itlhoillul l l i rn -l il i lt .ai01ti
I ion:al li...- nse1
Oil T irh t li'ng a ls ai li;tis i s. Innt..
ltusting. strinkina;: 11i.a I int s.
II tti lteles. ope.' and si .iii l r hdevi.,--s
f, ilil for which ;i hi;airg < i :iait
'I'hi.s il:ils-s- to g. tilt.. .ifl. i,
ililsttediat: el u11pon Shs;.
aind pi lila..'aslisi it .s rl i-
t1 t ii 'i .
'-, eei 'l'i'ik .\t' ll l.-. l late. 11. iu ir.- .Il 0li
olI> r i '-ii-'.h tlsitisii0 ntl (T hi-
sth I ues.--t. IIut I I r t i
ilssi Ir., s:llll l In e'1 l-

1 'i' i Sslol l iie 4's ir slal ue '.
Tirskei S.iai'lliri
Til S hop
jTowel Spply llC'ornip:i%
r.' T ri lit41"r l ill 1' 4Sl"llll -, llU 1i ..po s .
,.lt u ii illng l t l, ldul l :;Ile'-
.1- 5 j Tratns.ft'er. li.-rson. firm s, ..i iir-
j p<1 t:itiilnsl i- .iti*.* l il tr .nsfleI
i i.usines.s.
r.s;ivt:l nig I 1ps. iiN ill .natll iI -
toli lln ludingi lorltuine tells
Thins clause to ig Ilto g-'f.-l
..s lies li iit rt It uponi ths p.l s;-ei
.u0 4 a1nlt pulbl .ati.n o s 4 h- oill, -
111 Illte.
'Travi\-In Itg Slio\. or #t-hxi ,ilitsi.ns
: iilir 1 th:ilt iir.- i pe.r '.eek
''Typuv ril r.s. .le..ih-r.s iii or a;:.-it
2..61 I o o t I ncl, i l'udling 1 ria h hi to rle ,ll: r
:a ni l sell supplielli s. t-ex.-llli -
I s1i n t ii v
I'mihr.i li Me l.-r or I.l:piii-er
I' i.drrtuakers. I-' wr i r -, o.i r
aind lt-:tilailin r.
Vailudevile i- Slilo s. .Militrl
S %lio s a i per'fori;ll .s -'
similar i hair itt-r. pt-er us e.,
''This 'l.iuse ioes. itot -a>1 pl\ I.,
a\ siude-\ ille. rtiinstreI l. *'e'
h. I-n shol w n iti i 11e: t .r-., ip
-ar;a l li s ,s. Illlr ; i.- ..r .t i-rli
t ha:i II,.
I Sii.r -ions
11: eaon. e;rriange or I-uI- m Mnl#I
i sii: ture-i r irs Ins ihs I: i I ii -

111.-h^ ne of, Ihit

I 1 It
,\V'.s'I" hsi sansnu'i; tha us.

\e;v t'i u 's i I ..I A .i n i oi. i in.

SxI i t 111-ion,, si \\ lstai ;ilii iltl -ed

s ri li f ito m o .tr i tli i i-\ rer
-,il r t-nsl l .' ii s-.. \ inss. i'
ttll; i's 5 l tat .lll u lt Is sir tt

v'. Is' s .- i nt s -n s i' n st us or.
'Xi-ah ilil tti t 'lh s tl;tllli;lslit lils'a l
i t or l ii 0, ri r-il;. ei.i.-i '.l int i,.\

I'. ll e'l. ei.aatal.i Ip ..iill. firni.s it
SII* (r. .i i i ii \v ih,-t l l" in ,1
t"uilliis ;. I l, hxioh o" Ipoi

S l lt .strl.i t. t .i i0"it i ,l,- ,- t .it.
\tlt i-e ii l op 111 u i t .il l r i
t\ e ssi et; I u h,. l la 1. i \ t i ii

-tiiitTil. asit > M I its r s l l h \ s..t
l r th li t v i li Is l r i.sH t st .t
," T h ," 'll \ tr l l o l r ;- f S | li t. n \,
-* til l 111\ ;i u isi rlis,' l'rel 0 r. -

.1 sitse ; \ s a t t .i st \ \ ,
ih l| Kol-'r' iti n 10 i -'hts l h i .' .'i n

,t I 1 ,is t .5 sieiiil h e t l ;il li l i.,t
d'<. p'0 r Sit -\pa s t.' ahi ":i 'iii
s- ~ turn ltsl)'s1.riL- ii n.s if h* t til

Int out nt i ; fil il usts\ ,rI hii..sI
.i 11(1 *' I. ", s .o e t .1 1
", niI illeep ,r ,I,+;l, i sti=ill ktep f,,

+, 111. o01 de ..l r

0,r t0. lr:ili. d-t o :I, i\ iapp l :i n(

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r ret:il, 1 ln lili \\ iflilt lhr 0 il

i ll .I i .- I t I \' I t T .

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f-t t.1 'i o '

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h full .l t t. l I p l I. lX'

hli -1 e r* l. Ig l" 'l e l t' '

t i1 I fi e f .,l I .1 id f. ompany rl i*. I. -
'.- dia, o n -d I Re. It u V, J" j t i .

K.,.I th, N94 a l "t.i I p' m E. I i

p.c i 1i-4- Prei t

u ..p h a 1- 2

1i 1 t al a.l ti 4:3 i m .i
. i ,,-- 1-4-24 Presient

Stha lli.. .. " 'I .it that luilsII .-it 5'

4111,- I -- I- 1,A 13Lt !'et 11 N 1-U-111i~ ~
t I %: tI i -'pi t i I ii ~is oI! I -Pr %% It,, I I:

lit- qlt''i.4 d 1 .41 __ I IIII'. ,* f't* 1iiild t 'I t -?II.
1i is .. q .~s~'. t list 11 11 111 'I fl i t 'it

:5 !.t'sst al- I.:. ,1 4 It..:.. .. 1. ,Ia -;

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t it, 4' t F 4 11 14 1 1 1,
t Nss 4''i.1y I s. I 1 1
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't eI i *sI h1 11 sit 15 _-il I \ 1

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I 0it S ga%': 4 .1 it'
Jilts ~ ~ VI N I *lI.:O I SS~4iSI o\it .
~ IAi iist: I k.1 4 Ii 1 1iu(%

? 5.OU Ltumber Yarni :nd liailders'
.s and exhibitions Supplies t
I where charge of Lumaber Manuftl'tiutrer. with
tnd seat. reserved sales offices in city. (not in*
we, is more than cluding interstate tcontimerce)
ensa fee for each Lunch Stands, using no tables
where admission on private property. but not
hall be per day .. 50.00 in any building .i
shows. for each p:i- Shall not sdo lutsines- near :n.
gh streets where place where tlobjectionm is iiat.-
is held outside by occupant of premi-ses with-
25.00 in 100 feet of stand.
tows, for each pa- Locksmiths. keeping for igh th. streets, locke, keys or bells 4-r r-epair-
ormnance, i. Kiven ing .... ..
ity limits ... 10.00 This clause does not apl)ply to
r ...... .. .. 5.00 hardware stores., nor toKi gl-
fortune tellers, smiths.
ers. palmist. as- Machine Shops no ot cinnet,'edl
nd phrenologists 150.i0 railroad
to l-a into teff-e'kct Machinery. dealer in or ;agvtnt
upon the passage for.....
lion of this ordi- This clause does not apply to,
the automobile. power lboat **r
I blos-kinig hats.. 5.( gasa engine busilneRs.
er In soceond hand 50.00 Manufacturer. not otherwiose
in. including any provided for .... 1
irm whether with Marine lRailway or Dry Dock.
yard in city -.611 operated by powe-r other than
for renting pur- steam
license to be Marine Rlailway or oDr> lu.k
en for private use operated by steam -. ii
m.... --" ..11 .00 Matress Maker, alone or in con-
merchanta. alone nection with an) other busi-
ection with any ness- -
ess .... .... to0.0 Meats. Packing House Products.
any person, firm wholesale dealers in their
ion ......... own production, carrying stock 2
tatds. no includ- Meats, fresh. wholesal. dealer
nts or soda foun- na. forleach place
.. ............. ;. Meat Markets. including the.
elers Ia ... .... .00 right to sell eggs. Kcreen veg-
d persons selling tables and other products
Iog milk ........ 5*. Merchanllise. wholesale, not
tortgares. persons i neludng such lines oif goods.
or profit. deeds or for which special licenses are
other than law- herein r'entiosned 's
al estate agents 5.v* Merchant.s, store keepers and
... ..... ...... 5. druggst, with stock of less
c) ................... 0 than $1.000 value
City. County and For each additional S1.04i
person. firm or stock
making or offer- License to rl.-rchants ,utor.-

Friday, December 21, 1923


Page Nine


We have a few reconditioned and repainted
Hupmobiles for sale at attractive prices; also
one or two demonstrators, priced right and
on attractive terms.

Thompson-Newkirk Motor Co.

I lupmobile Distributors

Use Ca'I ;r IDept.

Jacksonville, Florida

The U. S. Coast Guard Cutter
"Yamacraw" came in port yes-
terday on one of its periodical
visits and will leave today for
Savannah. Sie is commanded
by Lieut. Commander P. W.
Lauriat, who is making his first
trip. The "Yamacraw" carries
a crew of sixty-five.

Avoid &a Relieve


It is a Rae CGnf lGmiewa Iel Tonic

II. II.pHM N. I'r.p.|
Meals at All Hours
i. to. 1. 0 s 19
i.-ased rar Florida T'errminal
<'.N. I'lant

Dear .Mr. I'rewitt:
It will probably interest some
of your readers to know that a
supply of the 1924 edition of
tide tables of 1he Atlantic coast
has been received, and will be
sold for 15 cents each while they
last. There is also a complete
line of charts on hand covering
from Savannah to Key West.
Yours truly.
I hep)ity collector in Charge.

License Tax Ordinance
On page eight (8) of this is-
sue will ble found the revenue or
license tax ordinance passed at
*the last regular meeting of the
('it y Commission. 1t is a ver
Lengthy document and takes up
i nearly a page of the paper and
is calculated to bring in much
additional rteventie from licens-
'es. The slot machines were
i probably the hardest hit of any
thing on the list. a license tax of
$250.00 having been )laced upon
them. which will. of course,
cause every onle in the city to go
oult of business.

City Taxes of 1923 are due and pay-
able to the collector, at his office, City
Building, 2nd and Ash Streets. A dis-
count of 2 per cent will be credited on
all November payments, and 1 per cent
on all December payments.

J. Fred Lohman

Nov. Ist, 1923

Treasurer and Collector

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Fernandina. Fla.

and children and Mr. L. J. Gest-
wick were visitors to Jackson-

ville on Thursday.
Mr. Hamilton Davis, who
student at the University
Virginia, arrived today and
he here during the holidays.

is a

Cold weather is here. Get
your cord wood while the prices
are down. Chas. Paresford.
0. T. Weaver, of Callahan,
county superintendent of pub-
lic instruction, was in the city
on MMonday.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Shaw
and two interesting children, of
Ililliard, motored to Fernandina
Henry Ezell. of Bryceville,
candidate for the Legislature,
was greeting his friends here
WANTED-Night watchman
for Municipal Pavilion. Salary.
$25.00 per month. Apply Fer-
nandlina City Manager. City Hall.
.lr. and Mrs. F. i). Upchurch
and Frank Junior will leave Sat-
urday for Meredith. Fla.. where
'they will be the guests of Mr.
Lpchurch's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCoy, of
Chicago, Ill.. are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Garvin for
the holidays, Mr. McCoy being
Mrs. Garvin's brother.
Mrs. WV. Jones Davis. Miss
Susie and Master Edd O'Brien
Davis. were among the Fernan-
dina people who spent Wednes-
day in Jacksonville.
Friends here of Miss Maude
Seibert will be glad to learn that
she is improving. Miss Seibert
entered Riverside Hospital sev-
eral days ago for treatment.

Rev. W. G. Strickland return-
ed on Monday from Plant City
land other South Florida points.
where he has been visiting rela-
t ives.

Mrs. L. Grunwald and little
daughter, Mrs. Anna Nagel.
Mrs..J. Geo. Suhrer and haby and
,Mrs. ). P'. Nagel, spent last Fri-
dlay in Jacksonville.

Tuesday, December 25th.
Christmas Day. being a legal
holiday in the State of Florida.
the First National Bank will be
closed for business on that day.
*- *
Miss Willma Wilds. of Ches-
ter., has accepted a position in
Ilorsey's Drug Store. Miss Nan
.leffreys having resumed her
former position in Waas' Drug
('AR Porters wanted. Exper-
ience unnecessary. We train
you. In format ion free. Write
594. Railway Exchange. Omaha,
Nebraska. 2wjan
Miss Nell Davis will leave to-
day. Friday. for Danville. Va.,
where she will spend the holi-
days with her sister. Mrs. Cur-
ti> I)odson. After her visit
there she will go to Texas for a
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hoyd, of
Plant City. Florida, are expect-
ed here Sunday to spend the
holidays with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whitney.
Mr. Boyd will return Tuesday
afternoon, Mrs. Boyd remaining
until the end of the week.
a WANTED-Men or women to
take orders for genuine guaran-
teed hosiery for men, women
and children. Eliminates darn-
ing. Salary $75 a week full
time, $1.50 an hour spare time.
Cottons. heathers, silks. IN-

Weaver and Mr. S. H. Swearin-
ken. These with many other
relatives and friends, wish the
happy couple a long life of happi-
ness and prosperity.

PHONE No. 50


Si Miss Lizzie Braddock, the at-
O O0 tractive young daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Ernest Molnar and Mrs. Edwin Braddock, who lives near
F. E. Hernandez spent Wednes- Callahan, and Mr. Lonnie J.
day in Jacksonville shopping. Haddock, a popular y o u n g
school teacher, of Kingsland,
Mrs. J. B. Polhill and Mrs. Ga.. were quitely married at the
Wm. Seibert, Sr., spent Wednes- home tof* the pastor of the Fer-
day in Jacksonville. nandina First Baptist Church
Monday afternoon, Dec. 17th.
Clifford Brandies and Alto by Rev. .Ias. N. Ford.
Green, of Callahan, were in the The wedding was somewhat of
city on Tuesday. a surprise to most of their rela-
ties. only a few being present.
Fred H. Higginbotham, of Among those being the parents
Yulee. was a visitor to Fernan- and brother of the bride and
dina on Tuesday. the brother and cousin of the
groom. Messrs. Bartow and
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Davenport Clyde Haddock, also Prof. 0. T.,


Office First

Floor WAas


Opposite Post Offlice

Fourth Sunday in Advent.
Holy communion. 7:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon. REMAINS OF MRS. AMELIA
11 ('clock. Subject: "The DIRYEE INTERRED HERE
Blessedness of the Virgin Mary."
Evening prayer and sermon. The remains of Mrs. Amelia
7:30 o'clock. Subject: "Hidden Di.ryee, who died in New York
Forces. ('itY on the 24th of November.
Monday. Midnight C(elebra- were brought to Fernandina and
tion of the Holy Communion. interred in St. Peter's cemetery
The celebration will begin ex- on Tuesday at ::00 o'clock p. mi.,
actly at twelve o'clock Christ- Rev. J. W. Bleker, rector per
mas Eve night. forming the commitment ser-
Tuesday. 11 a. m.. (hristmas vice. Her remains were cre-
Day. morning prayer and set- mated at her request and the;
mo ad holy communion. tiny casket containing them,
V d esda A: evening ,., ;,I, ;.th o.. ..I .....,

Friday. holy innocents, holy

with h

inture in trII IEU sameII grave~
hret husband.

communion, 10 a. nm.
Friday. 7-::0, at the Guild WANTED-A man. woman or
Hall. Sunday school Christmas hustling high school student,
celebration and Pageant. wishing to earn more money. Be
independent and establish a bus-
MARRIEI)D iness of your own, selling Wat-
ikins Products, highest quality,
Miss Isabel Bacon O'Neill to n11 the city of Fernandina ex-,
Mr. Woodward Barnwell, Dec- elusivelY. Also openings in
ember eighteenth, eighteen hun- other nearby cities. Either full!
dred and seventy-three at New irl part time. Many selling aids.
Hope. Florida. \rite today'. J. R. Watkins Co..
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward Dept. 95, Memphis, Tenn. 12-28

IHarnwell announce the fiftieth
anniversary of their marriage If you
December eighteenth. nineteen anything to
hundred and twenty-three at you want to
New Hope. Florida. man shortly
Merr C('hrist nas. a quarter in

Primer and First Grade Fer-
nandina Public School.
Mlarie Klein.
Lloyd Murphy.

think money hasn't
do with happiness
meet a Fernandina
after he has found
an old vest.

Another optimist is the Fer-
nandina citizen who believes
I he's going to get something be-
sides socks and neckties for

W\. 1.. Crews. This is the season when the
Lula Frances Philips, smartest girls in Fernandina
Morri., Skipper. are the ones who can make each
Lawrie GalphiLn. boy she knows think he is the
cleverest in all the world.
Shipping News
The l. S. S. 1P. Mag Meric.i Speaking of bravery, many a
Captain Webb. arrived on Mon- Fernandina man iwho is afraid
day from Savannah, Ga.. and is to take a chance ton an airplane
takinli part cargo of phosphate will take a chance on lying to his
-i the Seaboard elevator. This wife.
vessel is consigned ito the -
St atchan Shipping (,( We 'se another prediction
Another steamer is It-. next I that the world will come to an
week folr phosphate. C end, this time in 1926. If it does
The Schooner Zebtede FW. it will be the first time one lof
Cliff. Captain Plumer. i in' these predictions have come
plrt for lumi ber. l ,rden L.tumn- 'true.
ht'lr Co.. agents. -------
We may not know much about
PIresbyterian Pageant the movies, but no 20-year-old
The First Presbyterian Church screen actor can put (on a pair tof
and Sunday school cordially in- overalls, a straw hat and ai
vite the pubilc to attend a checked shirt and make us be-
Christmas Cantata and Pageant, lieve he's a farmer.
"The Meaning of Christrmas,",
at eight o'clock Sunda"y evening. .,....
Decemberr 23rd. at the First x:
Pres-Ayterian Church. Y
Colored People To Celebrate !-. W
The colored people of Fernan- i
dina are planning a gala event
on December 27th. when they X
will start dancing at the K. of:,
P. V'nion Hall at 3:30 in the af- PinC a n d
ternoon and will continue the i
dai:ce until twelve o'clock or, T

Read Our Double Page L u n
The Leader publishes a very O
pretty double-page of Christ- ,
mas greetings this week from' kShngles, Lath, renc
Fernandina Ibusiness concerns.
which is well worth the time and BOX Mat
trouble it takes to read them.
S Midnight Celebration Y Wholesale and Retail Office
Monday night, Christmas Eve, :
at exactly twelve o'clock, there
will be a celebration of the Holy P H 0 I
Communion at St. Peter's
Church. Everybody asked to be "-"
p r e s t.o -.:.:: .: .: .,

School Closed Tuesday
The Fernandina Public Schooll
closed on Tuesday to be resumed I
January 2nd.
Check your trunk to Fernan-i

F. &


The following appointive of
ficers will serve Amelia Lodge
No. 47. F. & A. M.. for the yeai
W. G. Strickland. Chaplain,
J. M. Roux. Senior Deacon.
0. P. Nagel, Junior Deacon.
I'. E. Stapleton. Senior Stet, -


lRaffo. Junior Sle\t, ard.
Homage. Tyler.


The annual meeting oft the
stockholders of the Kelly l:ro..
Co. will Ibe held at their office
\Wednesdav, January 16th, 192-1.
at I o'clock p. m. for the elect i11n
of directors for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such Ins-
iness as may ,come before the
J. J. KELLY, Iresideth.
Dec. 12th, 1923. 1-1;-21

Children's T rl'amat% :ire' dtelivt.' anti
sensitive. I~ln laY', t sv(Nwd or wwaik
thty :are' exlm."omd t1..dialling- dr~ift';. their
littlabe tm]idie. are o'mrhera'atmei fromlaSex,'re'im.
thaiey (Ji eaftti ha., q ck aaciff.1i(* ijse't all
The ue hinite Ytmar t'bud 'orana.nie've'ztoa coumgh
goat boettie aof vimeaa rdi's V.mains 84ruip.
ft ('ro-f w,:- t f # It 1,4gqoamet fomr ehiliea '-3'
del eate't p't" rom t'ect.; the 'Inaug-4. I :a'en
the'DhierZm.i nd] riv'e's;jquick r.'Ii#'f. A
bsrmIs--. :t f.,. iolea:sant romeciav for
co'ugh mtand bfre'i-hliti.. -thati a; Ie~diliaat: :1114
misiemilmiig. I imle f-w idults (ttsw.. j .r:tf,4:
at yoair driamggiqt.

Il-. minr 4.ritdunl,- aild Irl ,,isli-, -il
its I'l .riilat. % ill I ... l le-r ri. il
% hrre- Nret'rd.
Off i.- i.n s iSarm rL It. r iilt-n-.
\,,rllb liftlh "gre'-

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and Cleaning To

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We prepay parcel postage
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dry cleaning and .team
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,K :+>..St:- >.'-.,, SI Tuesday for the holiday season.
. A He is a student at Belmont Ab-
Sbey, Belmont, S. C.
C Stirc to CIprceC our Deep appre Come at once, do not delay:
Smeet your friends at the Closing-
CiatiOt t of 0lir ValUei a fricnibl CO. Out Sale at Mularkey's.
:* operation which bha aesisteb us in our liss Mildred Gorenflo, who is
: 3lCCCSe Of thIC past. attending St. Angela's Academy
*. Xat Aiken, S. C., will arrive Sat-
., urday for the holidays.
: Oui stilnccrc wlsh for pou is that this *
* : These are days of thrift
l)bolibar Sca9w in l be moot plea nt spend your money at Mularkey's
an0 tlbc coming ear one of unbounbteb : Sale and save the difference.
S '3CCC- f See our beautiful line of two.
X three and four burner Florence
S, irst HationatI 'al Automatic Kerosene Cook
r wstV anonl 3ank : Stoves. The D. A. Kelly ('o.
4 *ictnlcbmak Jli, Ol r 1
Y X Join the crowd of satisfied
.x Xshoppers at Mularkey's Closing-
T. Out Sale.
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arrived on Saturday for a visil
to her (laughter, Mrs. N. B. Hlor-
den, to the delight of her many
Remember each Rust Craft
Gift has its special box; its own
descriptive verse. Mrs. Hop-
kinsw' lat Shop.
r 4
D. B. Newsome, of Callahan,
was a visitor to Fernandina on
Tuesday, having come over to
take two degrees in Nassau!
Chapter No. 49, R. A. M.
Have you ordered that half I
Icord of Oak for $2.75, delivered
to your home. If not, why not ?
Chas. Baresford, Amelia.


6G( prevents Colds. Mrs. 11. C. King and Mr. and
': .Mrs. V. S. StJohn motored to
Mrs. C(. Prewitt visited .lack- Jacksonville Monday.
sonvill onl WeIdnesdayv. *
Corticelli Silk Hose, all the
Phone "' lfor o ak ahd pin e new shades sold at Mrs. Hopkins'
wood(. Hat Shop.
-, *
Friends of Capt. Tyler Miller Miss Lillian Peacock, of Jack-
are glad to see him out again, sonville, was the guest Sunday
after several dayis' illness. of her brother, Mr. L. R. Pea-
I cock.
Citv Shote Repair Shop. Bet *
w i .........t .......... It will Day you to travel in or-

; .1 LwteSI pr|i es. .xr.tio i
Baker%. S. W. (LIJ CK. der to avail yourself of the many II. Pollock, of Jacksonville,'
bargains at Mularkey's Sale. was greeting his friend(. here on
Mrs M lhin d litt Tuesday, having come over toi
daughter visited Jacksonville on Mr. John, Versaggi arrived receive two degrees in Nassau'
Wedaughtesdar vi. Jaksoville this week to spend the holidays. Chapter No. 49, R. A. M.
Wed s a lie is attending Georgia Military : *
Rust Craft Greeting Gifts. Academy at Gainesville, Ga. Let us show you our new line!
Prices from 23c to $2.00. SolI of Florence Automatic Kero-
at Mrs. lopkins' Hat Shop. You will regret it if you do sene Cook Stoves, made in two,;
Inot buy your goods while prices three and four burners. The.
Mrs. (;eorge Burt was among are so low at Mularkey's Sale. D. A. Kelly Co.
those who went to Jacksonville; *
on Wedntesdav. Se, our beautiful line of two, Miss Nancy Davis will a-
three and four burner Florence rive Sunday night from Atlanta,
Capt. T. S. Davis, of Jackson- Automatic K e r ose ne Cook Ga., to spend the holidays with
ville. spent the week-end here Stoves. The D. A. Kelly Co. her. parents, Capt. and Mrs. W. 1

with his faimilv. *
, Friends of S. J. Kennard, Sr.,
A. J. .Johiinsn, of (hester, was the accommodating agent for the
a visitor to Fernandina on Tues- American Railway Express Co.,
day. lie has recently returned are glad to see him out, after
from a trip 1o Miami. several days' indisposition.

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Horsey's Drug






Pbeme 22

Miss RoseMary Humphreys, Miss Christine Morse is ex-I Send your dyeing and clean-
Miss Fredericka Whitney. Mr. petted home this week from St. ing to Rogers & Jone.s 611
John Ilardee, Jr.. and Mr. D. C. Augustine, where she has been Main St.. Jacksonville, Fla. We
Mitchell attended Co(hurln's attending St. Joseph's Academy. prepay parcel postage IIon 4r1tarn-
Minstrel in Jacksonville )n Sat- She will spend the holidays with in1,.
urday evening. her parents, Capt. and Mrs. E.

SOlones Dlavis5, North Thirrd street. F. Morse. lave you ordered that hall
FtR A T -The latest in kerosene cookk I u of lPine for $2.50, delivered
-FOR SALE-Two-story house stoves The Flor'tce Autonma- C(hristmas Gifts. lit Craft to your home. Ift not, why noti.'
-built apartment style. Four tic, made, in two, three :1, | tour Created. All easy to v, and ('ha:. l:uresford. Amelia.
rooms and bath on each fl'hor.. burners. Will be a pleasure to sure to please. Mrs. lopkins' *
Reasonable price. Claire Weit- show von. The 1). A. Kelly Co. Hat Shop. 666 for Colds and LaGrippe.
mar, Lasserre Motor C ompany.
Full line of Stone's Fruit Cake r. T. S. Davis, Jir. returned
-all sizes and prices. Also thiweek from isihe lilt- o,-...-,a
I Pound and Layer Cake. Every tary Academy, where he has
cake guaranteed. W. Barnes, attndin school anid will -4
Phone 61. spend the holidays with his pa-! YS
Phn re .-Ints. M IM I
Mrs. J. L. Horsey, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. The latt in kerosene cook Citr
R. B. Tilley, at Gainesville, splient stoves, she Florence Automa- CCa, S O1T O
several days in Fernandina this tic, made in two, three and four : .
week. burnet-rs. Will le a pleasure tol. AlmOnds Orange Peel
show you. The D. A. Kelly Co. O S
Miss Carmen. Noalles, who is P
attending Florida State College Mrs. Margaret Brady Zeigler, W walnuts Lemon Peel f
for Women at Tallahassee. ar- of Columbus. Ga., is the guest of X1X
rived Thursday and will spnd Mrs. P. R. Brady. Mrs. Zeigler a inS s Currants
the holidays at home. will spend the Christmas holh- I
Dr. and days here, afterward going to): Pine Apple Cherries
Dr. and Mrs. Leroy McMurrav Miami. ow _l
and Mrs. S. J. Kennard, Sr., mo- *
tored to Jacksonville on Sunday Let us show you our new line Butter E S
Mrs. Kennard remained for a of Florence Automatic Kero-
few days' visit with her son, Mr. sene Cook Stoves, made in two, a. Spices
Roy Kennard, returning home three and four burners. The'. a *S u ice
Wednesday. )D.A. Kelly Co. "
Sugar Flour
666 for HeaCaches. Colds. etc. 666 for Malarial Fever. A nd ? ? W ater
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