Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: February 27, 1925
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
semiweekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00037
Source Institution: University of Florida
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COUNTY LEADER


AND FERNANDINA NEWS.RFC0RII--CON%OI.IE)-4TF1)I) Df-E[:UBErn13, 1390.

DE:VOTE.D TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF FERNANDINA. NASSAU CO INTY* AND THE STATE OF FLORID)A.


LEADER ADS
GET RESULTS


SIX PAGES


FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRI ARY 27. 1925


OFPOSA TALKING' ABOUT U

PAID SECRETARY'
Fernandina leader says that;
X. W. Carroll. of Athens. Ga.. by placing their stamp of ap- DON'T SCRATCH
To Pilot Destinies Corn- proval upon a move for a full-,
mercial Body. time paid secretary for theta
Chamber of Commerce and a THE
E. W. Carroll, of Athens, Ga.. fund with which to tell the USE
former newspaper editor and world about their city, the busi- GRO
present secretary of the North- ness men and citizens of Fer- MO 0
nandina have made it possible to T A 1
east Georgia Motor Club, was a exploit the matchless natural re- BET
visitor to the city yesterday to sources the wonderful climate, and
look the field over with a view the beautiful scenery and ability
to accepting the position of sec- of their city to provide hund-
retary of the Fernandina Cham- reds of happy homes for intellec- D.
ber of Commerce and was so im- tual, progressive, peace-loving G;AR
pressed with the beauty of Fer- citizenry. as the wise expendi- _g
nandina and the wonderful op- ture of the money subscribed FER
portunity to accomplish big the past few days should prove
things in so favored a section of great benefit in paving the
that he took the job, the Board way for a greater development
of Governors of the Chamber of of Fernandina in various ways.:
Commerce being just as much Fernandina is splendidly located ,
impressed with Mr. Carroll as for both a large commercial and jewe-1,r
he was with his new connection. tourist city. Its harbor is match- !.u\
Mr. Carroll's experience in less and lying within a short dis-,
ublicity matters is wide and tance of the city is one of the
'aried, he having successfully broadest and prettiest beaches -
eld down several secretaryships in the entire State-Amelia -
i addition to having many Beach. The Leader says that
aslendid newspaper connections Amelia Beach is coming into its
the past few years. At present own after many years of inacti- ThttrrO ( iln n aj
he is the secretary of the North- vity. For the past few month.
east Georgia Motor Club, which beach frontage has been bought Existin
is no small organization. He up by outside capitalists who are
comes highly recommended as a able to develop their holdings.
publicity man and an organizer, The beach alone will be a great
and there is no reason why Mr. attraction for tourists and pros- People thinking upon th
Carroll should not succeed in pective settlers. The Chamber will automatically act things
putting Fernandina on the map of Commerce will have a fund of "As a man thinketh in hi
in box car letters if the people approximately $7,000 to spend
will give him the support he in advertising and with this a- THE PLAIN FACTS Al
merits and we believe they will, mount in hand a great deal of ZEN SHOULD ATTEND S(
as Fernandina seems pretty well publicity can be secured. A paid SABBATH, IF NOT FOR HIS
sold to its citizens., secretary will, of course, keep
Advertising and building up a the city before the public in a: GOOD OF HIS NEIGHBOR.
city is like anything else; it takes way that will bring gratifying CHILDREN. AND THE CO(
hard work, plenty of it and time returns.-Florida Times-Union, We quote some very aciI.
to get results, and do not expect February 25th. Literary Digest
to see magic results over night
just because the Chamber of OFFICERS OF W. M. S. "An alarming number
Commerce has a paid secretary. INSTALLED SUNDAY with no religious training \
But give him twelve months' i jurist in one of the largest cii
co-operation and you WILL SEE The services at the First 1 in his twenty years on the benr
RESULTS. There is no getting Methodist Church on Sunday ev- one of the thousands of crimi
around the fact that in order to ening were unusually interest- who had had a Sunday school
grow a city must exploit its re- ing. The pastor, Rev. W. G.
sources to the world and Fernat- Strickland, as leader and install- "If this record is to be a
dina is now on the right road to action officer, had charge of the it means that the arch enemi
a substantial growth. services, at which time the of- gious institutions of whatev,,
Mr. Carroll will receive the ficers of the Woman's Mission- "What are the remedies '
sum of $3,000.00 per year, which ary Society were duly installed the most essential is a revalua
sum has been subscribed by the as follows Mrs. Jno. R. Mann. i in the home. The perfect h business men. He left for Jack- president; Mrs. E. W. Bailey, sons and daughters not only i
sonville on the afternoon train vice president: Mrs. J. T. Swear- in spirit. It is necessary
and leaves for Athens today, ingen, recording secretary; Miss country must set for them,
Friday, to close up matters so Lillie Roux. corresponding see- fealty and devotion to the chi
that he can report at Fernandina retary: Mrs. C. J. Davis, treas-
about the 8th of March. His of- urer; Mrs. J. R. McClellan, as-: "LET US NOT SENI
fice will be in the city building. sistant treasurer; Mrs. W. G. CHURCH, BUT GO WITH Tl
A membership drive will be Strickland, social service; Mrs. THAT WE BELIEVE TH
one of the first moves when Mr. T. J. Shave, superintendent of THEM TO KNOW ARE WOl
Carorli returns. Mr. Carroll is study and publicity; Mrs. Allen
a gentleman of pleasing address Davis, superintendent supplies. STOP AND THINK OVE
and Fernandina is fortunate in The junior choir delighted YOU ARE YOUR BR1
securing his services for so nom- the large audience by singing
minal a sum. "Follow. Follow Jesus." The
ISAN CITY GARA choir of the church sang very
ISLAND CITY GARAGE effectively, "We Wait the Corn- .
HAS CHANGED HANDS ing Year." The hymns were SACRED CONCERT THURS- t'
--sung by the congregation and DAY. MARCH 5, 8:00 P M.
A. J. DeWinkler. who moved the choir. The officers of this _
here from Miami last week. and society are to be commended for The following ram will be
his brother-in-law. Joseph their faithfulness, and the beau- The foowinr P program will Met
Rinck, of this city, have pur- tiful responsive service was a. rendered at the First Methodist
chased the business and fixtures fitting commencement for the Church on Thursday, March 5th, r
of the Island Citv. Garage, cor- year. 8:00 o'clock p. m.: !
ner Third and Center streets, Organ prelude, "Polonaise"_
and plan to greatly improve and Mr. Will Whitney, of Plant jno. Slurricko-Mrs. Irving Mes- 1
enlarge the business. Mr. De- City, spent Wednesday here as sick.
Winkler is an experienced ga- the guest of his brother, Walter Anthem, ..reak Fot in r
rg Bttn' S. Whi"tney. anld family. Singing" Woodcock Metho- T
dist Choir. ,1


NOW IS THE TIME

TO COOPERATE

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Waas' Drug Store

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Prayer-Rev. W. G. Strick-
land. ,
Response, "Thou Wilt An- i
swer Me"-Le Barre. iW
Solo, "My Redeemer and ii
Lord" Dudley Buck Miss '
Frances Carrio. d
Chorus-Junior Choir.
Reading, "Brushwood"-Mrs. t
Harry Sahlman. F
Quartette, "The Lord is Mv c'
Shepherd"-Mrs. Jack Briggs, p
Mrs. C. J. Davis, Messrs. G. E. -
Wolff and D. A. Partin. s
Organ, "Impromptu Brilliant" t
-Sartoris--Mrs. Irving Ms-
sick.
Solo, "Star of the East"-Miss f
Bessie Nagel. i
Anthem, "We Wait the Comn-i c
ing Year" Lorenz-Methodist F
Choir.
Reading, "Call of the Cross"
-Presented by Mrs. M. W. Pur- t


iiarn'a for Maun



e things which are good
which are good.
s heart so is he."
.E 'THAT EVERY CITI-
)ME CHURCH EVERY
OWN COOD, FOR THE
ANI)D HIS NEIGHBOR'S
IMMUNITY.
acts and truths from the

ehildren are growing up
whatever. A prominent
ies recently declared that
ch he could not recall but
finals brought before him
l training.
icepted at its face value,
es of crime are our reli-
r creed.
l We are convinced that
tion of religious influence
ne is that which trains its
n body and mind. but also
that the people of our
elves a new standard of
urch.
D OUR CHILDREN TO
HEM AND SHOW THEM
E THINGS WE WANT
RTH WHILE."


R THESE
OTHER'S


THINGS-
KEEPER


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EARTH. HUT
THE HOE-
W AND EAT
RE VEG(E-
BLES : HAVE
TER HEALTH
LIVE for LESS
by planting----
M. FERRY'S
DEN SEEDS
et them and--
RY'S FLOWER
SEE 1) S
-f r o ni-
Seo. Suhrer
Phon, 172 IDruwistl
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Separate sealed bids will be ly renovated church and are in-
ITY COMMISSION MET received by the City Clerk of deed grateful to everyone who
WEDNESDAY NIGHT. 25TH Fernandina. Florida, until 8:00 assisted in making this possible.
p. in., March 11, 1925, for lease We extend a cordial invitation to
The city .. e .. W of concessions at White Pavilion all to come and worship with us
The city commission met Wed-and for lease of concessions at at any time.
esday night in regular semi- Colored Pavilion, both owned Yours for service.
monthly session with a full board by the City and situated at ocean W. G. Strickland and c.,ongre-
resent. front on Amelia Island. about nation.
An amendment to the ordi- one mile by shell road from Fer-
ance prohibiting cattle frominandina. Further information This is the time of year when
,.__, .. ,t e s on request. people are learning that substi-
unmng at large on the streets E. C. GARVIN. tutes or New Year's resolutions
'as placed on its first reading. City Manager, won't work.
'he amendment changes the or- .. w work
finance to the extent that it will, rmniinumainutff nmwMmiiiN ,u m,,iwiii niffliiWnuiHHimuin iffli
e unlawful for cows to be stak- '
d on vacant lots as heretofore, E
nd all parties now owning cat
le who wish to keep them with-j
n the corporate limits of the
ity will have to keep them un-
ler fence. i |
The matter of extending a wa- We wi>h t. advice the public that we
er line nearer the mill of thel will continue our retail lumber and
'ernandina Lumber Co. was dis-
ussed. The commission is dis- ,* wood yards. as our recent fire loss did
Posed to encourage all enter- not dstrov this st.-k. /
irises and it is probable that p l
something will be done to lesson gj ,..tat...> before placing
he fire hazard of this plant. ,U',tat
your order- and W will convince you
Mrs. Sarah Ferreira will leave we can sa\. 'o money.
or Ashville, N. C. on Saturday I 5
n answerto a telegramannoun- FERN DIA LUMBER CO.
ming that her grandson. Morris ERNANDINA L CO.
Ferreira, who has been ill for| Phone 59
Some time. is growing worse. i
to be given in the Methodist


VI
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12-17-24


NUMBER 13


I0IIIIItIIi IHIIIii iiitiilliiiui iu hMi i ili i flitwi li i llP E O-i
+'TH+'''"'+'"+"++ I PROMINENT PEO
THE BAHAI MESSAGE

IIIiii iiiWIhll!it1CiO Mll!ltUillhlllRliifllUltll lIjiiu :I' llCIN h E R E
Thus the "Book of the ven-
ant" and the testament ,f Ba- Woman's ('lub To Be Honored
Iha'u'llah is the means ,,f pre- By Visit From State
venting such a possibility ,v for Fed. Officers.
whoever shall say a word from
his own self shall be degraded. On Tuesday. March 3rd, the
Be ye cognizant of this. Ieware Woman's Club of Fernandina
lest anyone shall secretly say will be honored by the visit of
anything to you again-! this! .
There are some people uf self- the grand officers of the Feder-
will and self-desire wh, do not ation of Women's Clubs of Flor-
communicate their selfish in- ida, the occasion being the meet-
tentions to you in a clhar lang- ing of section five presided over
uage. They secretly and by in- by Mrs. M. P. Cape. of Jack-
sinuation do this. They praise ,
a certain individual, saving such sonville. The officers and dele-
an individual is so and so. is wise. gates from the clubs in this sec-
is learned, is perfect. he was tion will be present.
glorified in the presence of Ba- Mrs. W. F. Blackmail will
iha'u'llah, or in an insidious way speak on Tuesday afternoon and
they make this statement. O(r it will be not )only a pleasure, but
they may take you ore by one an inspiration to hear this gift-
into a dark corner of a room and ed woman. Some of the other
convey to you these things by officers who will attend the
certain innuendoes. Be ye meeting will be Mrs. W. S. Jen-
aware! For His Holiness Christ nings and Miss Elizabeth Skin-
has said that no one hides the ner, of .lacksonville: Mrs. J. W.
lamp under a bushel. McCollum. of Gainesville; Mrs.
The purpose is this that some Frank .lennings, of Jacksonville;
people shall come before you in Mrs. Catherine Tibbetts. of St.
order to secure something in Petersburg. and many others.
their own favor. Be ye greatly The various committees are
upon your guard, so that no one working hard to make this a gala
may infringe upon the oneness day in the history of the Wo-
of Baha'u'llah's Cause. Praise man's Club of Fernandina.
be to God! Baha'i'llah left
nothing unsaid! lie explained NEGRO SHINER CAUGHT
everything. lie left no room AT DYAL ON TITES.. 17TH
for anything further to be said. -
Yet, still there are souls-some Deputy Sheriff I). B. Higgin-
Spersons--who, for the sake of botham and J. W. Skipper, con-
personal profit and interest, will stable -and night policeman.
Attempt to sow the seeds of se-.caught A. J. J. Lowery, Jr., col-
dition. Whoever may say a ored, near Dyal on Tuesday, the
thing, whoever praises an indi- 17th of February, with four and
vidual. ask him to give you a'a half gallons of shine in his
Written proof concerning the possession and a gallon and a
praise he offers of that indivi- half of wine. They also destroy-
dual. Let him show you a trace: ed his still. The negro is said
'from the pen of the Center of to be a had one and the officer.
the Covenant substantiating his took a large calibre revolver
praise of that certain individual; from him. Policeman Skipper
otherwise, say to him that you states that he had more than a
are not allowed to give heed to thousand empty bottles and a
the words of anyone. Say. "You great many empty jugs in the
may love a person today and vicinity of the still, being well
,praise him, tomorrow another. fixed in his respective line. The
land the next day still another. negro was brought to Fernan-
iWe cannot afford to listen to dina and tried on the 20th and
this or that individual. Where found guilty and sentenced to
jis your document? Where is serve six months on the county
your authority from the pen of roads. He was tried before
the Center of the Covenant-" County Judge J. B. Stewart.
My purpose is to convey to Messrs. Higginbotham and
you that it is your duty to guard Skipper had a photograph made
the religion of God, so that none of the negro and those who have
shall be able to assail it either seen it state that if he isn't a
*outwardly or inwardly. It you had negro there is nothing in
'see injurious teachings coming looks. The negro's hair had not
from an individual, no matter been cut in four or five years,
who that individual may be. even hung to his shoulders and he re-
though he he my own son. know sembled a savage more than any
lye verily that I am quit of him. thing else.
-Adv.
CARD OF THANKS
NOTICE
We are back in our beautiful-


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NASSAU COUNTY LEADER. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA


NASSAU COURT LEADER
-AND--


RECEPTION FOR REV. T. MISS NELL DAVIS ENTER-
J. HERRING AND WIFEj TAINS Y. M. C. MONDAY


rERNANDINA M KWS4MuCORIu At the Yulee Community
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY House on Tuesday evening, Feb
24th, the Missionary Society op
AT FERNANDINA, FLA. the First Baptist Church gave a
reception in honor of their new
CRICKETPkmWlis tand-r. pastor, Rev. T. J. Hearing, and
l'ntered at the postoffice at Pernand'-a. ife, inviting Rev. J. W. Blek-
Florida. an second-clans mall matt, ,er and wife, of St. Peter's Epis-
ADVERTISING RATES FURNlSiSH. c)pal Church; Rev. W. T. Over-
ON APPLICATION. -treet and wife, of the First
Presbyterian Church, and Rev.
Local and Long Distance \V. G. Strickland and wife, of
Phone, 40 the First Methodist Church.
In the receiving line were all
SUIScRIPTION RATES: the ministers and their wives
Sand the officers of the Woman's
We Month. ............. '- Missionary Society, Mrs. C. S.
single copy .......................... Binnicker, Mrs. W. D. Bogart
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE and Mrsm J. Y. Purvis. After
-- ,greetings, the program was op-
Things easy to read are sel-iened by Mrs. Irving Messick,
dom hard to forget. who played in a masterly man-
!nr the Hungarian Rhapsody.
A team that fights doesn't Misses Margaret Sauls and
necessarily have to use its fist.'lizabeth Boring played a duet.
nece rily hae to use its fists. Mrs. W. N. Purvis sang very
Sweetly "At Dawn," by Cadman.
A woman generally gets moreI Mrs. John J. Klarer played an
by crying than by demanding. instrumental piece, also Miss
i Frieda Swearingen.
The trouble with piety is its Mrs. Tyler Miller recited two
tendency to turn sour. I humorous pieces..
t Mrs. W. N. Purvis and Mrs.
i lrving Messick sang as a duet a
Surviving the week-end is the acarole from the Tales of Hoff-
best test of one's fitness, man, and as an encore, "Just a
Rose."
Good digestion takes you far- A musical game was played
their than a good education. ind sung. The committee, Mrs.
S. H. Swearingen, Mrs. P. G.
When one thinks he's at his Haddock, Mrs. H. D. Lohman,
best, he's generally at his worst. Mrs. Haddock and Miss John-
son served Neapolitan ice cream
lnd home-made cake and hot
People who think they are bet- .offee.
ter than you, sometimes are. The evening was thoroughly
enjoyed by the hundred guests
No one ever lost anything by present assembled to welcome
doing a favor for the other fel- Rev. T. J. Herring and his wife
low. in true christian fellowship into
the community.


The fellow who doesn't know
when he is whipped is never de-
feated.

In household economy, gaso-
line, and oil are the paramount
issues.

Retiring from business is
more fatal than sticking on the
job to the end.
Soma bees a ave to so to work
and others take a job with the
old man.

A gentlemen is one who, when
her Ford won't start, will crank
it for her.
Anyway, the literature in the
bobber shops has been consider-
ably elevated.
To be wet to the skin and hun-
gry is terrible--unless you are
out fishing.
The person who invented
money probably thought he was
a benefactor.
And could you believe that
anyone was ever run over by a
horse and buggy ?
The passion to do what others
do lines the pockets of the fash-
ion dictators.
The main thing in any under-
taking is to keep your mind
from wandering away from the
job.
Don't envy the man who
knows more than you because e
may know a lot he would like to
forget.
We may differ about what we
choose to call "truth," but a
fact is a fact wherever you
find it.
One trouble with the present
is that by about the time you
find a parking place, the show is
over.
If gasoline keeps on going up,
the filling station holdup busi-
ness will become profitable
again.
Modern education is trying to
teach children something useful,
which they used to learn at
home.
When a man's love for his
work equals his love for the pay
.envelope, he accomplishes some-
thing.
It's possible to get some com-
fort out of thinking what you
would do with a lot of money if
you had it.
Another nice thing about a
nBall town is that you don't


CARD PARTY FOR MRS.
J. B. McCABE FRIDAY
Mrs. Glyndon Waas enter-
tained on Friday morning for
her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. B. Mc-
Cabe, of Wilmington, N. C. The
vases of spring flowers with
green made the rooms very at-
tractive when the guests as-
sembled to enjoy the games of
bridge. When the scores were
eemated, the highest bing hold
by Mrs. Everett Mizell, she was
presented a double deck of cards.
The guest prize, a hot dish mat.
was given to Mrs. McCabe.
Mrs. W. N. Purvis and Mrs. C.
P. Rutishauser assisted the host-
ess in serving delightful refresh-
ments.
Those present to enjoy the
hospitality of this charming
hostess and to meet the honoree,.
Mrs. J. B. McCabe, were: Mrs.
T. G. Ozmer. Mrs. N. B. Borden.
Mrs. C. H. Klotz, Mrs. D. A. Kel-
Iv, Mrs. Jack Briggs, Mrs. E.
Mizell, Mrs. Frank Gorenflo, and
the tea guests, Mrs. W. N. Pur-
vis and Mrs. C. P. Rutishauser.

FLACKS PROPERTY CEN-
TER ST. TO BE REBUILT
The two store buildings on
Center street, which belong to
the estate of I. Flacks, deceased,
which were badly damaged by
fire several weeks ago, will be
replaced with a modern stucco
building fifty feet wide and for-
ty-five feet deep. The build-
ing will be divided into three
store rooms. H. 0. Livingstone,
who suffered a loss when the
buildings burned, having leased
two of the stores for a period of
five years. Mrs. Isaac Flacks,
of New Ytrk City, who came to
Fernandina immediately after
the fire, returned to the city on
Monday from Jacksonville to
let the contract, a Jacksonville
man havin;: same. The work of
tearing avad y portions of the
old buildings was started Tues-
day and w, rk will be rushed to
completion. This new building
will provid.- as many stores as
formerly and will be a great im-
provement over the former
structures

DISTRICT MEETING K. OF
P. HERE MARCH THE 5TH

Neptunt Lodge No. 37, K. of
P., will entertain the Knights of
Pythias of the district here on
next Thursday, March 5th, when
prominent members of the or-
der will hb here from St. Aug-
ustine, Pi!atka, Callahan and
Jacksonville and other cities and
towns of the district. About
seventy-fi.- are expected. An
oyster ro:-t has been provided
for at Geri ng's at Amelia City,
after whit the party will ad-
journ to ti e Masonic Temple,


MRS. C. J. DAVIS HOSTESS
.W. M. S. DURING FEB. 4<

The Woman's Missionary So-
ciety of the First Methodist
Church met at the home of Mri:.
C. J. Davis throughout ilie
month of February. Instead of
the usual social program on the
last Tuesday of the month, the
afternoon was made profitable
and interesting by studying a
part of "The Task Ahead" Thi
book is a brief out-line of the "6
work now being done by t he
Southern Methodist Church
both at home and in the foreign
fields, and is indeed aln inter-
esting study. 3
At the close of the meeting
a most delicious salad (co:,'se w:s
served. The society will mert
next month with Mrs. T. J.
Shave.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION i
P. M. AT NASSAITVILLE

The Postmaster General ha-
directed that applications f'r '-'<
the vacant postmastrship at ,
Nassauville, Florida, (proposed
re-establishment), he invite,',
from the patrons of tle office.
Applicants must rile within
the territory of the office and y
should be citizens of the United X GEN
States, and must be If legal ag l h
Women are eligible. ulktin-
are posted in the 1', by: of th.
postoffice at Fernar'Jina. For.-
ida, and any infor:::,t ion con. FERI
cerning application f,;r sam- 4
will b? furnished on request by
E. J. Roux, postma-t., r, Fernan-
dina, Florida.

CONTRACT LET FOR BRIDGE

Jacksonville. Fla.. Feb. 26.-
The last connecting Uink of tht
South Atlantic Coas ::1 Highway.
extending from the ;.,minion of
Canada to Miami. "::, a will bt
completed in the \ .v near fu-
ture with the L' .uncement
of a contract let t !aY by the
State Road Departn nt at Talla-
hassee to the Pe' ,.ola Ship
Building Co. for construc- Dr.i
tion of the brid ;.r the St.
Marys river, it w; anour.ced
this morning by S H. Walthall


Night Coughing-
How to Stop It
Night coughing which, through
loss of valuable sleep, often makes
you feel utterly worn-out and use-
less during the day, and by quickly
weakening the system lays you
open to the most dangerous infec-
tions, can now be promptly checked
by a very simple treatment. Peo-
ple who have hardly been able to
rest on account of coughing spells
have found that they can sleep the
whole night through undisturbed
often after the very first trial.
The treatment Is based on a remark.
able prescription known as Dr. Kin'a
New Discovery. You simply take a tea-
spoonful at night before retiring and4
hold it in your throat for 15 or" see-
onda before swallowing It. Tlhe pre-
scription has a double action. It not
only soothes and h.als the oreness anad
Irritation, but It quickly loose-ai and re-
moves the phlegm and c.nguation which
is the rual cause of the cough. The
result Is that you uLually sleep as soundly
as a babe the very first night, and the
couch goes In a very short tiln^.
The proscription contains no opiates "
harmful drugs. E,.cell.nt for children
as well as grown-up.;. For cough, chest
colds, hoarseneas. Svro throat, spasmodie
croup, bronchitis, laryngitis and bronchial
asthma. At all good druggts. Askk ot


The members of the Youngi
Woman's Circle of the First
Methodist Church were delight-
fully entertained on Monday af-
ternoon at the home of Miss Nell
Davis on Atlantic av nue. The!
entrance hall was mad' very at-
tractive by a large Ja,:inese urn
filled with blossoms c' the dog
wood. On the table toe glossy
green leaves of the allow w jas-
mine was not only pretty, but
fragrant. The quantities of
yellow jasmine and nastur-
tiums made the living room very
attractive. The president. Mrs.
Irving Messick. presided, read-
ing the topic for the afternoon,
which was "Friendship." Clip-
pings were read by each of the
members and on the subject.
"What Has the Missionary So-
ciety Done For Me." S. elections
of prose and poetry were rad.
followed by the usual routine
business.
The hostess, assisted by her
guest, Miss Elizabeth Ma:,. serv-
ed a delicious salad, pears stuff-
ed with cottage chees- and!
spices, date and cheese sand-
wiches, pickles and Russian tea.
This society has recently pur-
chased and had placed on the
floor of the First Methodistl
Church a very attractive cover-!
ing for the entire church.,

MRS. GLYNDON WAAS EN-
TERTAINED ON FRIDAY

On Friday evening rs. Glyn-
don Waas entertained in honor
of Miss Nell Davis and her
charming guest, Miss Eli-.abeth
May, of Rocky Mount. N. C.
A quantity of spring flowers
were used in the decorations of
the rooms where the tables we re
arranged for the players. When
several successions of bridle
had been played the highest
score was held bv Mrs. Leroy
McMurray, who was presented
a Coty compact. The g!uAt
prize was presented to Miss M:iv,
a Japanese incense burner. A
delightful salad course was serv-
ed, crystalized fruit, hot cof' e
with whipped cream. The o-,t-
of-town guests who enjoyed t'Ve
hospitality of this charmi'ig
hostess were Mrs. C. H. Dodson,
of Danville, Va.; 'Mrs. Frank
Upchurch, of Jackscnville. and
the honoree, Miss F. May of
Rocky Mount, N. C.


PACKAGE
OF QUAl

are the only
'it Island City
quality gro(t
can conscient.
commend ou i
vegetables. fr
fees, teas, jan
cereals, etc..
we are carefi
only standal


'Li sold
il-ket's
We
ly re-
i :n t.ed
c of-

b~uy
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Island City Market
F. H. HOBIEN. Proprietor


Center and Third Streets


FERNANDINA. FLA.


.I

x Keystone Hotel

ALBERT D. SIMON

SMana er C "



Dining Room Now Open
Meals on Week Days 75 Cents
Sunday Dinner $1.00OO



Open the Year Around ;




ELKS OYSTER ROAST WAS people were served Monday ev-
WELL ATTENDED AFFAIR Iening. G. G. Gerbing, proprit-
tor of the place, states that he
has had one of the biggest sea-
The oyster roast tendered its son'-s in the history of his place
members and friends by Fernan- and that he expects a much lar-
dina Lodge No. 795. B. P. 0. E., iger volume of business when the
Monday evening at Gerbing's hard road is built from Fernan-
famous resort at Amelia City dina to Yulee.
was a well patronized event and'
highly enjoyable affair, a large She Loves Him
number having gone there to en- Mrs. Twiggs (after ten min-
joy one of the oyster suppers utes' conversation): "Well, I
which has made Gerbing's place must be getting along to the
popular with everyone who has plumbers, Mrs. Brown, 'cos me
ever visited it. Including the- disband'ss at 'ome with 'is thumb
SElks' party and three parties on a busted pipe, waiting till '-
from Jacksonville seventy-one comes."


Pass it around
after every ammL i
Give the family I
the benefit of Its
aid to dittloB. i
Clem teelm too. _
Keep It alwa |
in de house.
stslIiMe-elps mai





SWII
AF
r 7ca5ioW 9tion
"ir c. N acow Sce
DR. (EO.LDLCKERSOM Si
IKCTAL ACIN SMIALIST
^ JAtMVILL. FULORlIA


A. G. VOn.XAH
tI1AR. BERE9FORED

nandin Contracting i "
Company w,
ERAL REPAIRING
imbing, Tinning and A
Roofing Mai
BOX 4 way
NANDINA. FLORIDA pro4




olft & oipa | nI

R EAL
ESTATE
I Tho
*^ g in e
the
North Fourth Street t
Opposite Postoffice


Devoted to
p."met of Fra..mna. Atmlia R E
Island sMa Nas PLE
COUato i *
Ie


REX THEATRE
S. _


MONDAY AND TUESDAY. MARCH 2-:1


"THE ARAB"
TH RAYMOND NAVARRO AND ALICE TERRY
tirey Story of the Desert. A Rex Ingram Produc-
. Based on Edgar Selwyn's successful stage play.
nes taken in Africa, something like the very popular
IEK, but said to be superior by many. Full of ac-
And thrills.
Also An International News
10 and 25
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. MARCH 4-5


BY DIVINE RIGHT"
TH ELLIOTT DEXTER, MILDRED HARRIS AND
ANDERS RANDOLPH
tory to show that right will prevail in the end.
iy scenes that are exciting, and wonderful in ever v
r. One of the most realistic railroad wrecks evf-r
duced.
Also a Good Comedy
10 and 23

FRIDAY. MARCH 6


WITH FRED THOMPSON
mpson is a rival of Tom Mix, and said to out do Mix
very way. The Horse, SILVER KING, is said to bh
greatest Horse of the times.
A Comedy Along
10 and 2-,

SATURDAY. MARCH 7
G U L A R SATURDAY NIGHT'S PROGRAM-
ENTY OF FUN AND ACTION TO PLEASE ALl.
10 and 25


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Page Two


FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. liroomee md IatI hlm.

Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
D. A. Partin, Supt.

Church Services
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

Preaching by Presiding
Elder
REV. W. F. DUNKLE
Morning and Evening

The mumle will l**aplre you.
The Mermons wil help you.
Vour preearee will help us..

W. G. SRTICKLAND
Pastor











Frdy ebur 7.12 ASA ONY EDR FRAIIA.FOIA aeFv


Announcement
A "~~~~^~~::::::K<^^


ISLAND CITY


GARAGE UNDER NEW


MANAGEMENT


Expert mechanics, first-class work at

reasonable prices. Gas, Oil and Acces-


series.


Batteries repaired and recharged.


If your car is ill, or has that tired feel-

ing, take it to the Island City Garage

for a correct diagnosis and cure.

*x+:+>:+:+X**:+.-K. ..::+ **+ + :* :


Rinck


&


DeWinkler


I IIII


T"\O SHIPS LOAD THIS
WEEK: TWO ARE


DI)TE


The circle met :t' lMi- olli ., l
Hardee's Felb. 24. 192). Th p- tmhi Pro-
.ram was in honor it r,., '. l teamship Pro-
W\ashington. Song was phavyed i arrive T ; .'. terday at 7:30
by Miss Elizabeth Stringfi.hl t. ,"'' k a. nm. ;id docked at the
opeii the program. Story. tolt. Fl. i da Terminal Co's. elevator.
Washington, by Miss Eliizabet h laded .1 ., i tons of phos-
Stringfield. Piano solo 1y .Mi.-. p li: and, -: ,I at noon today
Ruth Humphreys. Rules and f I' stin, ( n:t1.. via Savan-
cotnduct of Washington by Mina, til. l;I -l, i -avis Co., ag-
Mollie Hardee and Miss Mary lCo.. a
Strickland. The Hiding Room in Th. Anim: an steamship Tul-
by Miss Myrtle Barr. sa arrived *tqrdy afternoon
Refreshments were served by and is loau r 21i6) tons of
Miss Mollie Hardee. consisting 'phosphate. :;, i h Florida Termi-
of fruit salad, crackers and nal Co's. -l vator. This vessel
grape juice, will sail t. :'.rht for Rotterdam.
The officers are as follows: via Jacks, .\i11. lailey-Davis
President, Ruth Humphreys: Co., agents.
Myrtle Barr, Elizabeth String- The Bri'. .-tmship Skip-
field, Mary Strickland. Mollie ton (astle :Ad hit. American
Ilardee, members. All members steamship ( llwatvr are due
were present. next week.





Announcement


'The New Dixie
Restaurant Will Open
on Sunday, March I

IN ITS NEW QUARTERS ON CENTER STREET.
BETWEEN SECOND AND FRONT STREETS. AND
IS BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO TAKE
CARE OF ITS (.ROWING BUSINESS. NEW FIX-
TIRES HAVE BEEN ADDED AND EVERYTHING
IS UP-TO-DATE. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
WE SELL MEAL TICKETS FOR $4.00. WHICH ARE
GOOD FOR $5.00.





New Dixie Restalirant
ANTONIO GOUVEIA. Proprietor


0
CALl.
()
(k~llaha'
jJ(t(lgi".. a! I


i ted J'l
Mr. W.ad.


0
.HAN NOTES
-6
I't. 25.-Mr. W. W.
- ..v. .1. M. Davis vis-


' ile Saturday.
' carter. of Jackson-
x visitor in Callalian


xva a \~ '*~ t Callahian Sunl-


Mrs. J. Ri. Braddock and sons,
J. R. and V\;tit uiests of Mrs. K. W. Hodges on
Saturday.
Mrl'. i'if,,d'i Spears. of Jack-
.s0iille. spit Sunday in ('al-
lahan.
Mr. andi. Mrs. C. A. Sauls. Jr.
were the o nests of their parents.
Mr. an.i Mrs. 1). W. Wells, on
SM:ss (;i'.\ 'holyn Pryce and
IMr. Fri'an Jones were quietly
m1:ti'iiitd Siind(ay. The couple,
:,{ ,'flpnid by Frank .Jones.
moit ,)ri ', Woodbine, (,a. Their
frit'ids \'s. lh for them much
ha piiii.'-.
Tlbl'uir d;;y nitht after prayer
'nrl (ir' members of the Calla-
',n ~': pt ist Church and their
fri'ind- surprised their pastor
by gi\'iT him a pound party.
,,roe,'iS ot all kinds were giv-
en lRex. Mr. lDavis, also a pound
of s'ihvr money. Rev. 1.. P.
D)riskoi, pastor of the Metho-
.list ;: th. made the presen-
tati(i' sp eech. About fifty
friend- %vere present to welcome
ih,, l:slir "ili( family Ito our
t-,m nunit v.
Mr. :nd Mrs. W. J. Pickett and
daut'iiter. Doris. and Helen
l'wasI .Y. spent Monday in Jack-
soinville.
Mr. ind(! Mrs. Henry WVilson
'not<''tI i to Jacksonville Tues-
day.
Mr. ). T. Weaver made a bus-
ness ;rip to Fernandina Tues-
day. p
liv. J. 31. Daivis and family
left Monday t fr Lakeland. where
rhex will sllend a few days.
1Mrs. J. N. KIrht spent Sun-
day ait Italia visiting her parents.
Mr. and M.11 J..1. P. Higgin-
bot ham.


Dad's not Sentimental


"A
Ol(

nt e
th<


tIe (lingeringi: i, i the hall):
iind. (ldeairt \ve shall grow


I' .


I together, ou and .1.-" 3
Her father's voice:" "Well. you ish
etdn't start (doing it down dea
;re: need .voil'.'


Easy to See Through


ASSOC. HELD] A MEETING
Tlilliard(. Feb. 1h I 4 ) V ( Wed-
~ ie(ldaV cvven g. Feb. I ~th It k


PRESBYTERIAN SOCIETY illiar 1 tiXURnui.ii iinu liai-
Sred Industries Association held
MET ON MONDAY P. 11. Its monthly meeting at the Hil-
iard Inn. the hostess being Mrs.
The Woman's Home Society the First Presbyterian Churc. Pt*i with previous efforts i
met in the Sunday school rs line ladies (if 11o1-
Miir' rd an excellent program at'-
.Monday, Feb. 23, with eighteen ..*inre(d by Mrs. E. B. Smith was
members present. The meeting? :-endered. the different numbers
was opened with Hymn No. 119. I.eing repeatedly encored.
Scripture reading was then giv- Among them were a trio by Mrs.
J. R. Kennan. Mrs. Smith and
en by the president. Mrs. 1)t. ( .R. ( Kenna Mrs. Smith and
Humphreys, followed by prayer; ,ttte lby Messrs. R. R. Kennan.
by Mrs. Agnes Humphreys. A rock, Houser and Whitman
dialogue on Christian Educatio: and a dialogue by Misses Head
waz very impressive by Mrs- and Simmons, teachers. etc.. the
Overstreet and Mrs. Wari. meeting was then thrown open
Prayers were offered for th o!i'r general discussion on agri-
education of our youths in th. culture, poultry and other mat-
schools and orphanages of our ters of moment to Hilliard. Af-
country by the following: Mr.! ter a brief business meeting the
Ward. Mrs. Rogers and Mr.- meeting adjourne( to meet
Humphreys. Song No. :350 (wa ~aain March 18th. Mrs. W. F.
then sung. The minutes of th-' !ouser being hostess on that
previous meeting were read an i occasion.
approve. The dues were the:.! The Hilliard Agricultural As-
taken. sociation was formed eleven
The election of officers f, yearss ago as a meeting place for
the ensuing year resulted as f( ;the farmers to discuss the best
lows: President, Mrs. I). 1;. methods to raise and market
Humphreys; vice president. Mi-. ;produce, etc., and has held meet-
E. Rogers; secretary. Mrs. T. 11. ings chiefly at the Hilliard Inn
Hoover; treasurer, Mrs. J. I.. monthly until the last six
Armstrong. After the busini-~i months, while the hotel was be-
a pleasant half hour was spei'.'ing moved to its new~' site. In
Delicious refreshments consi '- January the meetings were re-
ing of ambrosia, pound cake, ( sumed. the February being the
canut cake, cheese straws a! I second ,ne held.
cocoa were served by Mrs. D. '.
Humphreys and Mrs. T. NEW ASSEMBLY PLANT
Hoover. HAS BEEN COMPLETED


FORD ESTABLISHES NEW The ,,ew assembly branch
BRANCH IN S. AMERI(C plant of the Ford Motor Com-
pany, recently completed at
To facilitate the handling t Memphis. Tennessee. is now in
increasing demands for Fin r o d ui t i o n Installation of
production in South Ameri-. equipment has been completed,
the Ford Motor Company I. giving the plant a production
established a new branch at capacity of 300 cars and trucks
nambuco. Brazil, a point on "a day a an output three times
Atlantic Coast about 550 m greater than that of the old
South of the equator. Memphis Plant.
A dealer organization is I., v The bUliding is one story. 301
being formed throughout :e ;feet by 800 feet. and has a floor
new branch territory. Cons:_,,n- area of 240,800 square feet.
ments of Ford cars, trucks a; d Besides excellent railroad facili-
Fordson tractors have been s;.t'ties, it has a frontage on the.
to Pernambuco from the bra-h .Mississippi River where docks
at Sao Paulo and from the ,s- may be developed if this be-
sembly plant at Kearny, N. .i. comes desirable.
Pernambuco is the fifth FI d
branch to be established in Now You Spring One
South America. The others : -Ie
located at Sao Paulo, Branil., "Speaking of bathing in fa-
cof'i .wa mnum. n wri nd a vr..-. .** ..A J tw* a wmn


"T'he *Iiffit 4nic e tweit t


An Extraneous Oiseam

Lip Van Winkle. home: "Hel-
wite."
i'rs. R. V. VW.: "Did you fin-
the cross-word puzzle,
r*'.''


For Information Only


X\VWl d-be


woman and a glass.-" said th l please find out if your colleague.
fnnny flow. "is that the glt-as
reflects without speaking, while fr'm whm I a steak
a woman speaks with: reflect- sime time :g is still employed
ing." here.


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Mularkey's Store


FOR SALE


The Jacksonville. AdiistImett Bureau. of Jacksonville,
Fla.. Assignee tor it. P. Mu'.arkey offers at private sale
to the highest bii,' hv he entire stock of Dry Goods and
Notions, Ladies.' .;hir'n's and Men's Ready Made
Clothing, Furnisil.. 2>: anid U'nderwear of all Kinds.
amounting to appI mately $3,000.00 and all store and
office furniture I :.ing -. consisting of double and
single show case-, .-k ,(counters, display tables, safe.
adding machine. :- i racks and stands, amounting
to approximately. '." reserving the right to reject
any and all bids. : .' h vent said merchandise and


store fixtures ar,
March 9. 1'25.
offered at plbli,
Street. Fernand( I
be mailed or del ,
at Rooms 7-12, ; :
Appointments x
place l)y any )il,;


S1i at private sale by Monday.
. -.ih niiise and fixtures will be
tm. premises at 210 Center
.. i: that (late. All bids shall
'e ittice of the undersigned
:. I;'y street. Jacksonville. Fla.
made for examination of the


Jacksonville Adjustment Bureau
ASSIfl.,I I D' I). !'. MI'LARKEY


.

I Annou

X 1 want to ai n,
S building across
S that I am nov, ih.
business.

x. Sanitary Steat
Steam Dyeing.
er and Presser.
3X Work called f,
+ I sell ladies' ai -
x 'leaning and b,
I CLOTHE iF


MATHE W
VA-L *-A *..-,


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cement
* I '. v moved into n my n.,w
r* 'p:m my old location, and
,)-d thanever to handle your
Si)E TO ORDER
Cleaning and Repairing.
*.rth Huffman Steam Clean-
S;id ladies' work a special.
4ed-Work done P. I). Q.
.s. I have the agency (or
P' 'anamas and gent'-hat-.
1) WHILE YOU WAIT


HAYWOOD
t)NE 15K
Fernandina, Florida


THE SEWI'NC; CIRULE


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Friday. February 27, 1925


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANI)INA. FLORIDA


P-affe Five


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dint.l.: "Waltress,





Supporting the

Government


W E are supporting the government by member-
ship in the Federal Reserve System, the back-
bone of the nation's banking organization. This
enables us to do our share in assisting the government
in handling its financial problems, and to extend to
business and industry their proper measure of accom-
modation.



TIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FERNANDINA
FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL


Phone 245 for fresh oysters.
-Trade at Hom.e-
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Kelly mo-
tored to Jacksonville Tuesday.
-Trade at D.me-
FOR SALE-Willow baby car-
riage. Phone 223.
-Trade at H .--


Two stores for rent.
to California Fruit Store.
-Trade at Name-.


Apply


Mrs. J. Y. Davis, of St. Marys,
Ga., spent Tuesday in the city.
--Trade at Home-
FOR SALE-Willow baby car-
riage. Phone 223.
-Trade t Homea-
Grooms Owens, the turpen-
tine man from Italia, was in the
city Saturday.
-Trade at ome-.
FOR SALE-Willow baby car-
raige. Phone 223.

Miss Fanny Williams has re-
turned from a visit to friends in
Albany, Ga.
-Tra at neame-
Beautiful hand-made Candle-
wick Bed Spreads. The Gift
Shop.
--Trade at -...-
Cash paid for Shark Fins and
Terrapins. Young Wah Laun-
dry.
-Trade st Home--
Mrs. Leo Shave and children,
of Yulee, visited relatives here,


Wood, good wood. Phone 69.
-Trade at Home-..
Little Miss Dorothy Hobein
has been ill this week, we re-
gret to state.
-Trade at Home-
FOR SALE-One horse and
fifteen head of hogs. Apply to
A. J. Rinck, city. 3-6
-Trade at Home-
J. H. Sauls, of Callahan, was
greeting his friends in Fernan-
dina on Saturday.
--Trade at Home-.
Friends of A. 0. Bailey will
regret to learn that he has been
ill this week.
-Trade at Home--
Gifts for every occasion, Tal-
lies, Favors, etc. The Gift Shop,
phone 223.
p-Trade at Hoieo-
Jack Hardee, of Jacksonville,
spent the week-end here with
his parents and family.
-Trade at Hame-
Mrs. Chas. Arnow, of St.
Marys, Ga., is the guest of her
daughter. Mrs. J. A. Sheffield.
Mrs. W. Theo Waas and
daughter, Mrs. J. B. McCabe,
spent Monday in Jacksonville.
-Trade at Home.-.
H. C. Jones, of Yulee, was a
visitor to Fernandina on Wed-
nesday.
-Trade at Hm--
t


on Tuesday. I E. F. Fitch, of Jacksonville,
-ra He ,,,.. vice president of the Florida
LOST-Amethyst ring, silver Terminal Co., was here on offi-
setting. Reward. Keystone cial business Tuesday.
Hotel. It -Tre .t Hnome-
-Trade at oe-- I FOR RENT Five-rooms
F. W. Sadler and wife, promi- downstairs, kitchen and bath
nent Palm Beach people, spent room, unfurnished. Mrs. S. Sal-
Sunday in Fernandina. ivador, St. Augustine, Fla.
-Traade at H*om- -Trade at Home-
Three sunny rooms for light! E. L. Wolff, who is connect-
house-keeping or as sleeping ed with the Neilhurst properties
rooms. Apply to Mrs. G. W. in Jacksonville, is spending this
Boring, South Sixth street. week here with his family.

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Drug Store News






When there is anything you need from the drug store,
don't hesitate to call us on the phone. ')ur number is
22 and it is a pleasure for us to serve you with quality
drug store merchandise at reasonable prices.

"I'd give dollars to be rid of this cough. Many a per-
son has made a stronger offer than thi,. It would be
worth the money, but it's not necessary when a few
cents will purchase a remedy which gives you rapid
relief. Besides, you lose no time when ou do not per-
mit a cold to "get you down."








Horsey's Drug Store

THE REXALL STORE

I PHON 22


Wood, good wood Phone 69. Wood, good wood. Phone 69.
-Trade at Humte-.- -Trade at Heme-
Luther Campbell, of Kings 0. T. Weaver, of Callahan,
Ferry, was greeting his numer- county Commissionerta oiaoioi
ous friends in Fernandina on county superintendent of pub-
Tuesday. lic instruction, was here on of-
-Trare at o..- ficial business several days this
AttractivP line ,.r Uridf o week.



Prizes and Novelties, Talleys,
Favors, etc. The Gift Shop,
phone 223.
-Trade at n11oe._
Miss Bessie Higginbotham, of
Italia, spent yesterday in the
city as the guest of her sister,
Mrs. S. H. SweAringcn.
-Trade at llome-.
Mrs. Thos. Brennan, of Provi-
dence, R. L, arrived Saturday
to visit her sister, Miss Chrissie
Kelly. and other relatives here.
-Trade at Home-
Fancy work of all kinds, (irls
Pantie Dresses, Teddies, Gowns,
etc., for Women. Woman's Ex-
change, phone 223.
-Trade at Home-
Mrs. Frances Hirwitz. of
Jacksonville, spent this week in
Fernandina with her mother,
Mrs. F. C. Ferreira.
-Trade at Hlome-
Mrs. E. W. Donegan, of Wal-
do, who has been visiting her
sister. Mrs. C. Prewitt, left on
Saturday for her home.
-Trade at ome--
A. J. DeWinkler and family
have moved from the Lowe resi-
dence on North Fourth street to
AlL 'rl *1. I,


-Trade at Home-
H. S. Higginbotham, the coun-
ty commissioner from Callahan,
spent Wednesday in the city,
having come over to be present
at the special meeting of the
board called for that day.
-Trade at Homew-
Capt. Jas. A. Morse and fam-
ily returned this week from St.
Augustine, where they have
been spending several months.
Capt. Morse and son, Chas., re-
turned to the Ancient City Mon-
day.
-Trade at Home--.
Rev. W. F. Dunkle, presiding
elder of the Jacksonville dis-
trict of the Methodist Episco-
pal Church, South, will preach
at the First Methodist Church
Sunday morning and will con-
duct quarterly conference in the
afternoon.
-Trade at leome-
Mr. and Mrs. Effingham Bail-
ey and little daughter, of Jack-
sonville, motored to Fernandina
Sunday, Mrs. Bailey and baby-
remaining here until Wednes-r
nesday as the guests of Mr.
Bailey's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Bailey.
-Trade at Home.-


tne rodi residence on outh Joseph Bell and wife, of Los
Third street. Angeles, Calif., reached Fernan-
-Trade at Home-- dina Tuesday afternoon, making
Send your dyeing and clean- the trip in a Ford car. They
ing' to Rogers & Jones 611 are camping on the beach road
Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. We in front of Jimmie Drummond's
prepay parcel postage on return- property. Both of them are deaf
ing. jand dumb and are paying their
-Trade at Home-. way by selling needle cases and
Mrs. Carl Warfield left yes- a jar opener.
tarda fv -U-k


Ltreuty iuor jaC;sonviiUllet, WI ere-Trade at Home-
she expects to spend several B. Malone, of Jacksonville
weeks as the guest of her daugh- D. h Malone, of Jacksonville
ter, Mrs. Earl D. Phillips. who was arrested by Chief of
r .- Police J. F. Surrency several
-Trade at Home- days ago for violation of the
FOR SALE-14 head young traffic ordinance, wrote a letter
oxen and 2 log carts cOr pletely to the commission asking that
equipped for logging, Price his fine be refunded, but the
reasonable. Lasserre Motor Co., commission took the position
telephone 141, Fernandina, Fla. that the arrest was justifiable
-Trade at Home- Iand took no action on same.
Mrs. W. Jones Davis, Miss j -*I**de at *o-
Manle Starbuck, Miss May Ac- $10,00oo.000 company wants
osta, Miss Susie Davis and Mr. nan to sell Watkins Home Ne-
George Snellgrove spent Sunday cessities in Fernandina. More
afternoon in Jacksonville. than 150 used daily. Income
-Trade at Home-- $35-$50 weekly. Experience
WANTED-Want to buy fif- unnecessary. Write Dept. H-5.
teen or twenty acres of land The J. R. Watkins Company, 62-
near Fernandina. Reply by let- 70 West Iowa Ave., Memphis,
ter to P. 0. Box 209, Fernandina, Tenn. 2-30
Fla. 3-6 -Trade a Home--
-Trade t Hoe- L. L. Owens, of Evergreen,
H. M. Murrhee, of Hlilliard, who is the county commissioner
the county commissioner from from the third district, was in
the fourth district, was here on the city Wednesday to attend a
Wednesday to attend a special special meeting of the board.
meeting of the board. Mr. Owens stated that he expect-
-Trade at Ho.e- ed to leave the next day for
Capt. E. F. Morse went to Tampa and other points in the
Jacksonville Wednesday to pilot Southern end of the State, the
the American steamship Pro- Cigar City being his destination.
gress to Fernandina, arriving Accompanying him were his
here at 7:30 a. m. yesterday wife and Mrs. J. L. Leigh and
.h-trade .t "mNe- Miss Ida Haddock, of Hilliard,
-Trade at Hom and Mrs. Jeff Haddock, of Kings
Fancy Work of all kinds. Girls' Ferry. Mr. Owens expects to
Bloomer Dresses. Rompers, return about the 8th of March.
Morning Dresses and Undergar-
ments for Woman's Exchange, --od Po-
phone 223. Wood, good wood. Phone 69.


-Trade at Ho.m.e-
A. S. Allan returned on Sun-j


ST. PETER'S CHURCH


day trom St. Louis, M1o.. where e
he spent a week buying a por- J. W. Bleker, rector.
tion of his spring and summer First Sunday in Lent.
stocks. o Holy communion and sermon,
-Trade at Home- 11 o'clock. Subject: "Disciples
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ogelsby, of Indeed."
Chicago, Ill., who have been Evening prayer and sermon,
spending. several weeks at the 7:30. Subject: "Life Only Be-
Keystone Hotel, left on Thurs- rets Life."
day for their home. Monday, 4 p. m., service.
-Trade at Home-- Monday, Woman's Auxiliary
r nmediately after the after-
Mrs. 0. P. Nagel and two in- ioon service.
teresting children. who have Tuesday. 4 p. m., service.
been visiting relatives at High Tuesday, 7:30, Daughters of
Springs for the past week, are i.e King.
expected home Monda.. j Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., service
-Trade at Home,-.- :id address.
Mrs. Earl D. Phillil,s and lit- Thursday, 10 a. m., holy comn-
tie daughter, Lula Fr;aces, left .nunion.
on Saturday for their home in Friday, 7:30 p. m., service and
Jacksonville. after a v. *v- rnla.p- :itdress.


ant visit to the former' mother,.
Mrs. Carl Warfield.
-.Twmdo at flm...


SPRING DRESSES


Mr Week and lit grand Another shipment of Peggy
Mrs. Weeks and littherine rd, of- ('Neil dresses arrived Tuesday
daughter,ill Katherine Bird, oi d in it we have just what you
Jhacksonvillespenth s'raltdays have been waiting for. All
he forme r this week as h Mrs of the new bright colors that will
hr s caught. rs. F. b. popular this season are shown.
H. Hobein. We have printed crepes and
-Trade at He,. stripped tub silks; in fact, dress-
J. M. Roux and Morris e- for every occasion, so come
Ground left on Sund.1 for Mi- ard see them.
ami and other point, down the For sale at W. S. Whitney's
.East Coast, where they are pI -airance Office, opposite the
spending a week. -Mrs. Roux po-t office, by
nad little Anfrfhter ...--. ....-. ;T UfaoAnDA 'l r*T r'mT nr


China


tr~anslMrcIt in the fbrat of
ire emps a'.d steaer~i dr-
Oerated witA 3old Awnd or
jsalte/attract ive R(rlevl dfe
Auevean inviit jy look on
tAw teiv~e. We Aacme a cAvive
selection and at a very
moedest price.


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WOMAN'S CLUB MRS. MOLNAR ENTERTAINS
On Wednesday afternoon at On Friday afternoon at three
the Yulee Community House the o'clock Mrs. Ernest Moinar en-
members of the Woman's Club tertained the Ladies of Saint
assembled to enjoy the program Michael's Circle.
arranged by Mrs. W. N. Purvis Six tables of euchre partici
for Literary Afternoon, the pa- pated in an animated series o'
triotic idea being carried out. games with Miss Chrissie Kelly
The "Star Spangled Banner" and Mrs. D. A. Kelly being tied
was sung, with Mrs. Louis Gold- for first place. Mrs. Kelly won
stein at the piano. Mrs. Purvis the final cut and was presented
gave a very instructive talk on with a dainty vanity compact,
the constitution, followed by with Mrs. W. Jones Davis as
Mrs. D.H. Ground, who read a holder of the low score, being
piece on Washington by tiathan the winner of a pretty set of
Gist. "Father of Our Country" fancy sandwich cutters.
by John Montgomery, was read Covers were then laid and the
by Mrs. E. Molnar. A story of hostess served luncheon con-
the boyhood life of Lincoln 'and listing of fried oysters, potato
Washington was given by Mrs. salad, pickles and sandwiches.
Jno. M. Adsams, and Lincoln followed by an ice course.
Memorial by Mrs. Louis Gold- The home was tastefully de-
stein. A sketch of the presi- corated with blossoms of wild
dents was read by Miss Frances plum and peach and the tally'
Carrio and Miss Elsie Steil. The cards were emblematical of the
singing of "America" and "Col- season, George Washington's
umbia' the Gem of the Ocean," birthday.
the allegiance and saluting the
flag were all very inspiring, thus BRIDGE CLUB
carrying out the patriotic spirit
and honoring the birth of the Th mb f
two presidents, Washington and The members of the Bridge
Lincoln, in the month of Febru- Club were delightfully enter-
ary. trained on Tuesday afternoon of
The refreshment committee, last week by Mrs. Glyndon Waas
Mrs. W. Theo Waas, Mrs. Louis at her attractive home on Sev-
Goldstein and Mrs. J. M. Adams ent street. Potted ferns and
served jello with whipped cream cut flowers were used in the
and cherries and home-made decorations of the rooms. When
poun cak e. The Missionary So- the usual number of games were
cty ofh the First Ba..t played, the highest score being
Church kindly donated the cake !held by Miss Rosa Mae Humph-
to the club The spirit of unity wo rS a dou-
nd nywi Ireys, wnhoowasd presenehra ou-
and harmony which prevails n ible deck of cards. The hostess
the club makes these meetings then served a .pineapple fruit
charming in a social as well as salad in jells crystalized fruit.
literary way. sandwiches, hot coffee and whip-
ed cream.
Check your trunk to Fernan-
dina. Let us do your printing.






Ar Motorists

Are often at the end of their wits to know where they
can have repair work on their cars properly done-how
to avoid the absolute butchery that is often inflicted
upon cars by incompetent persons.

This garage offers you the opportunity to have your
repairs made in the proper manner by mechanics who
KNOW THEIR BUSINESS and who have long since
passed the experimental stage in motor mechanics.

You pay only for the actual time honestly consumed in
the work. X


Vulcanizing
We have recently added an up-to-date VULCANIZING *
DEPARTMENT to our business and have an exper-
ienced man in charge who does nothing else. We can
repair your tire as good as any body and guarantee
satisfactlen.



|Lasseir Motor Company


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