Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: March 13, 1925
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075899
Volume ID: VID00038
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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C A M P B E LL G IV EN 1 Ii------it i 'i i,,,,iLiiiiinmi'

S. A. Lambert, Universal Among the Greeks and Ro-
CONDEMNATION SUIT IRE- Films; H. Lamblin, Langren COLGATE & CO.'S mn.s the criterion of knowledge
GARDING ROAD RIGHT- !lotel; C. E. Sovereign and wifed, O, O A P te :r't ea on that whatever is
F-WA Iockford, Ill.; F. L. Cleveland CO LE O SO A P., reand acceptable by rea-r is
F-WAY.d wife, Rockford, Ill.; B. W. GUARANTEED PURE must and aceptarly e admitt-
.1 a m e s, Jacksonville; P. A. GUARANTEED PURE s,, must necearlye admitt-
On Friday, March 6th, .ui .. Henry, New Smyrna, Fla.; M.; GUARANTEED TO PLEASE ed as true. A third standard or
DeWitt T. Gray called a spcwtial A. Smitter, New Smyrna, Fla.;, crilerion is the opinion held by
session of the circuit court :' C. H. Harland and wife, Balti- theologians that traditions or
Fernandina to hear a co Idt-m!';t ,ire; D. F. Regal, Jacksonville; 1 CtAaIt rS 1FtORin ter
FernC.andinatohea Custer,College Park; WCAK S FOR prophetic statement and inter-
tion suit brought on by ti Stewart, College Park; W. 0.' With Trial Size FREE 5 c pretations constitute the basis
Board of County Commission' smith. Tampa; Miss Vera Tab- of human knowing. There is
Boagainst L. C. Campbell ando. i. i tt Brunswick, Ga.; M. Zur If not satisfied, money refunded after u.singtrial size still another, a fourth criterion
against L. C. Campbell and wife. ontt, Brunswick, Ga.; M. Zurn- *
of Gross, for right-of-way and l)iorf, Baltimore, Md.; J. Snook, A PURELY VE(nLE so upheld religionists atndmeta-
borrow through their h lowtland, Me.; J. Randall Car- physicians who say that the
borrow pits through their la Portland, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. Sfe for BABY'Y TENDER source and channel of all human
near the St. Marys river ,r red N. Do*, Portland, Me.; W. SKIN GOOD FOR YOURS penetration into the unknown is
State Road No. 3. Mr. C(amiplill .I. Stewart, S. A. L.; 0. T. Weav-, DFi.GHT'LU. FOR SHAMPOOING; through inspiration. Briefly
had been demanding $10000.00 ir, Callahan; N. J. Gomer, Jack- 12 Cakes for 5c Buy a Dozen Today then thee four criterions ac-
for this right-of-way amount ing 'nville; C. R. Alvarez, Jackson- cording to the declarations of
to about ten acres, which the ville; M. E. White, Jacksonville; Anwa SomethinaNew. men are: First-Sense Percep-
county'commissioners felt was Xbilliam Hardin, Tampa; Mr.j e rJoD tion: Second-Reason; Third-
county commissioners felt was llam Hardin, tManm Ja Jeweler J. Geo. SuhrerS Druggist Traditions; Fourth-Inspiration.
unreasonable. and Mrs. Robert M angar, Jack- T FR. In Europe I told the philoso-
re caso e wa t e ntIMonville; Mr. and Mrs. H. W.,: e
The case was tried >eft r' -,ni M Mrs.H.W. phers and scientists of material-
twelve jurymen. Testimm TIhornberry, Jacksonville; Miss phes and scth iterion of there
was given by Messrs. T. .. S. Thornberry, Jacksonville;e ism that the criterion of the
Shave, J. L. Higginbolham. \. Mrs. E. W. Warren, Jackson- setanses is not reliable. For in-
L. Beugnet, J. R. Braddck. ille: C. S. Clark, Wife and son, s tance. consider a mirror anit. These
Chris Higginbotham and th- .Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. images have no actual corporeal
a n d .. ..l.. ..... C a n. Iim a g e s h a v e n o a c tu a l c o rp o re a l
as to the value of Mr. ('anil,- Knew, St. Loui; Mo.; Frank L. e.h
bell's land and other land in tha Irwin, Jacksonville; MissLucile U. S. S. COLDWATER LOADS CHARLOTTE N. C. MAN existence. Yet if ou hadnever
neighborhood. D. H. Ground. llolesford, Jacksonville; Leo C. PHOSPHATE AT THIS PORT ENJOYS FISHING HEREiseen a mi eor you would firmly
chairman of the Board of ('llty Folman, Jacksonville; Miss Rosa insist and believe that they were
chairman ote oa J akonvill -- Mreal. The eye sees a mirage up-
Commissioners, testified at Dunn, acksonville Miss An- American steamship Cold- Mr. J. F. Williams, of Char- on the desert as a lake of water
length as to the route of State, ta Campbell, Jacksonville; Miss ontthe desert as aalakeeofviater
Road No. 3 across Nassaute cou- (race M. Tyler, Jacksonville; water, Captain A. C. Forward. lotte, N. C., who has been visit-! but there is no reality in it. As
ty Road No. 3 across Nassau Russell Pyles and party, Jack- arrived Wednesday noon and ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. we stand upon the deck of a
ne r t pas ve; J A.Fs and commenced loading 3700 ton F. E. Hernandez. returned to his steamer the shore appears to be
necessary for the road to pass sonvlle; Dr. J. A. Beals and commenced loading 3700 tons of home Tuesday. very enthusias- moving, yet we know the land is
through Mr. Campbell's land. Par t y, Jacksonville; W. A. phosphate for Stettin, Germany. tic over Fernandina and its pos- stationary and we are moving.
He also stated that other prop- Owens, West Palm Beach; Mr. She completed and sailed Thurs- sibilities, and especially over the The earth was believed to be fix-
erty owners were granting right- and Mrs. R. E. Ward, Jackson- day evening at 7:00 o'clock for i fishing. jear The itlbutashbelieved to
of-way free with nominal price ville; Mrs. J. G. Thomason, Jack-at 7:00 o'clock for fine fishing. On Monday while ed and the sun revolving about
for additional land needed for soie ville, Miss Ethel Bradley, Savannah, Ga., where she loads fishing at the jetties near the it but although this appears to
for additional land needed for sonvlle Mss tl e further they caught some very fine i be so, the reverse is now known
borrow pits. Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph further cargo. 'specimens of the finny tribe, but!to be true. A whirling torch
After hearing all the testi- Oakman, Detroit, Mich.; Maxey The Coldwater is an old trader;the "creme de resistance" of the makes a circle of fire appear be-
mony, the jury retired and ;runthal, Jacksonville; M. M- here and has aboard two sons whole trip was the close proxim- fore the eye .vet we realize there
brought in a verdict allowing Fagan, Jacksonvill@; Geo. E. of our townsmen, 0. R. Sanders ity of the two immense whales is but one Point of light. We
Mr. Campbell $1560.00 fo.r .the Jacksonville; Mis M. But- and Capt. Jas. A. More. that have been sighted in the behold a shadow movi u
-A Cap.q F tq0d1t t h e b s ed in the

Florida State Road ia meant are San rovidene Gt. he also enjoyed the ho it. Mr. Williams was very
in connection with the federal J. L. Briggs, Jacksonville; G. E. of his old friend, Mr. A. D. Sim- anxious to relate some good
aid will be of great benefit to Hendry, Madison, Fla.; F. W. on, Wednesday evening. "fish stories" to his friends back
Nassau county and all of Flor- Morrison, Waycross, Ga.; Mrs. There are several st amers horne on his ets urn, but neverack
ida. Katherine B. Tibbetts, St. Pet- chartered for the port n the expected to have the opportun-
The county commissioners are,ersburg; Mr. M. P. Capen, next thirty days. ity of relating a "whale story.
to be commended for pushing Jacksonville; L. Dyal, Jackson-
this project and in not allowing ; Hmpton Jones, Callahan FERNANDINA SHOU C. OF C. SEC. IS DELAY-
land owners to demand an n-J. E. Hiers, Jr., Jacksonville;MAKEEFFORTO AND ED ACCOUNT ILLNESS
reasonable amount from the tax- F. Johnson, St. Louis, Mo.; R.T. MAKE EFFORT O0 ANDE
payers of thna e county for right- Barnell, Jacksonville; R. 1. .
of-way. and we arereliably in-Brew, Detroit, Mich.; J. Smith Fernandina needs brass E W. Carroll th newly e-
formed that in future the board Hardey. Atlanta: Mr. and Mrs. band and an effort sh be played secretary of the Fernanem-
will employ the same methods R. N. Adams, Jacksonville; J. L. made right now to orga one. dina Chamber of Commerce,.
in all cases for rightof-way Fowler, Cleveland, Ohio; A. C. There is a great deal talent who was to have reported for
when they think the land owner Weems, Rome, Ga.; Vicent Cam- here and if an instruct could duty March 8th, has been de-
wants an unreasonable sum f orella, Savannah, Ga.; A. S. be secured, we would b1 le to tainted at his home at Athens
land. Green, Jacksonville. provide music fr the es at Ga. as a result of serious illness
l the casino at the be this in his home. Hlie writes that he
ELKS ELECT MONDAY POSTMASTER ROUX COM- summer and have a b when will probably reach Fernandina
NIGHT. MARCH THE 16 PLIMENTED FED. BLDG. needefor celebration very today, however, to take up his
time there. is a celeb of duties. If-you have delayed in
any kind at Fertnandit out- sending in 'that check for the
Fernandina Lodge No. 795, B. 11. M. Franks, of Washington, side band has to be p ed at support of the Chamber of Corn
P. O. E., will elect officers next I). C., inspector of federal build- considerable cost. Let t be-, merce, do so at once, as funds
Monday night, March 16th. It ins, spent Monday in Fernan- hind the movement f band are now needed to begin th
wa stated last week that offi-specting Uncle Sam's and prosecute it vigo y work in earnest. Please pay
cers would be elected last won- ihtv-five thousand dollar fed- til we secure one. Wh you your pledges promptly every
cers would be elected last Mon-'vial building here, and compli- citizens. month. ry

day night, the 9th, but that n:ented Postmaster E. J. Roux.
meeting was for nominations. cstodian of the building, for
the excellent condition in which
Thos. Hernandez, who has he found the building. Mr.
been at Carrabelle for the past Franks is well known here, havy-
several weeks, arrived home last ing been stationed at Fernan-
week to spend several days with itina during the world war as
his mother. Mrs. Hattie Hernan- :eutenant in charge of the nav-
dez, before leaving for Clear- .. reserve forces, and made
uot..,. prhor he he scented nianv friends who were glad to

a position.

freet him again.

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Waas' Drug Store

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FOR $2680 ON

The stock of goods
key Brothers, which
over by the Jackso
justment Bureau last
sold to the highest
Monday, Morris Fis
prietor of !he Peopi
bidding it in for
-t G.-.. Ls ,

rlsnier states that r
a cided as t' whether h
Sor let it remain in th(
Morse building and t
. other st, -k to the saa

SSt. Peter's Churdh
cited by Bishop Fim
of the Diocese of
Sunday morning, *
and will preach at t
Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
little (laughter, of
who have been viAiti
hlad, came over to
Monday night and
of Mr. and Mrs. $
dock for the night
Tuesday.-Plant Ci
TheV rfamm&A^ C.-A



ular- Col. F. N. Dow and wife, of
ken Portland, Maine, are guests at
was the Keystone, having stopped in
r on Fernandina on their way north
pro- after spending several weeks in
tore. South Florida. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr Dow. visit Fernandina every win.
nde- ter and like it very muth here.
nove Col. Dow is the owner of one of
ump the leading newspapers of Port.
key- lan and never misses an oppor-
hU tunity to speak a good wqrk for
IT ng, Fer iindina.

---- Dv.-- U*J OEiE.V AT ,
Two hundred and sixtY-four
people we served at Geroiig's
oyster at Amelia last week
which attests .the polarity of
this famous resort.
, Mrs. C. H. Dodson, who a
aleen visiting her husband
ldra W eta d to Feran-
Wm eneyor a viait to
D avs, 'lt for,
ata in the next several weeks
to resi*.

deserts the atmospheric effects
are particularly productive of
illusions which deceive the eye.
Once I saw a mirage in which a
whole caravan appeared travel-
ing upward into the sky. In the
far north other deceptive pheno-
mena appear and baffle human
vision. Sometimes three or four
suns called bv scientists "mock e
suns" will be shining at the same
time whereas we know the great t
solar orb is one- and that it re-
mains fixed and single. In brief, '
the senses are continuallyy deceiv- T
ed and we are unable to separate s
that which is r-alitv from that
which is not.---Adv.'


The Ladies' sowing Circle of
the First Bapu t Church will
serve a tempt.r,g menu at the
Waas building ,on next Tuesday

ue on saie.

The city commission met on
Wednesday night at the city
building and transacted routine
business. Two ordinances were
pas00 n-..&:I-n are P bli.hed-c-

d Passed which are published elm
evening, Mar(. !7th. You can where in this issue.
have your ch, ce of either an
oyster supper ,r chicken pie MAURIS FERREIRA
supper with a', the trimmings, We are in receipt of a letter
and topped off i:h fresh (Sauls from Mrs. Sarah Perreira al
variety) of strawberries with bouncing the sad news of th
hip ed cream aid home-made death of her grandson, Mauric
iake of the Baptist quality. This Ferreira, who died at Charlotti
s their annual! upper, which N. C. March 11th, after a lon
was postpone 1; December. illness. Mrs. Ferreirawas'sum
Come and enj good supper moned there last week on ac
ndhelp a go.' ,4use. count of his critical condition.
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,. wish to advise the public that we
w .continue our retail lumber and
1v ards. as our recent fire lops did
no: destroy this stock.

A4.A us for quotations before placing
" "-orders and we will convince you
v i .li save you money.
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Although estate coniti-
ued to move ; week, realtork
were more rt'n.,.,t than usual
about giving ,i; details andi
showed the di position to with-
hold news of transactions. Sev-
eral realtors r.prrt large deals
pending, hint, being dropped
that several of -hem involve un-
usually large .msn
H. L. Ezell, if Callhan, was
in the city W'dn!esdav and re-
ports real estate ie that and
other sections moving rapidly
and a new company has beeni
launched at Hilliard the ltilliard
Realty Co., with T. t1. Davis anc
S. C. Brock, tW. enterprising
citizens of that section. at tb,
head of it. Mr. Ezell states that
everything has been closed 4p
and that Woodlawn Terrane.
one of Fernandina's subdivisirns.
will soon be ready to be piced
on the market. This is cdoic,,
property and will likely ov,.
Atlantic Highlands i. ti. nv
subdivision opened up tin the
beach road by the Ferrnandina
Dock & Realty Co., is a wonder-
fully well situated piect of pro-
perty and the owners and pro-
moters are expecting maps and
plats daily so that they can pro-
ceed with the sale of these beau-
tiful lots. The work otf Hearing
the property and peniiing up
streets and providing for side-
walks is progressing nicely.
It is said that there are .*v-
eral other suibdivMiona ow in
the making would indi-
tn U. uIern I of land in
andf around Fernafrlina in the
near future.

There will be a dance at St.
Joseph's Hall next Tuesday
evening beginning at 8 o'clock.
A five-piece orchestra, consist-
ng of local talent, will furnish
the music. The dancers' admis-
ion fee will be $1.00 a couple
nd 75c for the very young set.
[vhe general admission fee for
pectators, children and adults
will be10 c. Cold drings will


Friday, Matrch 1j.-11)27,

Page Ti' '0 NA~A1T CYU\TY 1.~Afl~R FI~R~ANL)INA. FIA~ftIDA

A1- Enud Night Couging
sm4 aahA .ws-.aconp The Radclffe Chautauqua will The following new books
BLISHED EVERY FRIDAY open its entertainment features have been received at the Fer- No master how long you have been
UBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ^" entroubled neth exasperating coughing at
AT FERNANDINA, FLA this year with concerts 1by one nandina Public Library: night, robbin2you ofvaluablesleepand
So the most popular ganza- Life of Christ, Giovanni Pap- laying you open to dangerous infec-
*Ion !PRRWa rrur. e-d r. tions to be found in this country. ius. 200.000 copies of this book tons, it can usunily be stopped at once
L at the postoffice at Fernandina iThe Missouri Entertainers. corn- have been sold since publication., -aver simpletreatmentMosteople
ida.. a. econd-ila,. mai matter. posed of four native-born Mis- One of the most colorful. vig- whole night through undisturbed often
;,'.VRT.SINo RATES PURNIHIED sourians, are under the direc-: rous. interesting accounts of the first timc they tryit.
ti on o Ewr ,r the Nararine's career outside of The treatment is bas-d on a remarkable
ON APPICTON. ion of Edward C. arroll, e Narane r outeription known aDr King's New Di
the Four Gospels. coveryforCoughs.Yhusiminplytakeateaspoon-
Ical and Long Distance known throughout the musical: Outwitting Out Nerves. Jose- iuatightlbetre,'actring and hoitinyour
Phee, 40 world as one of the most success- phine A. Jackson, M. D., Helen! without following w:th water. The prescrip-
ful composers for the saxophone, Talisbury. In place of vain ess andirritaon.butit quicklyooses
r-ro and a performer on that instru- platitudes about worry and will andrenoves thephlemandcongestionwhich
ent o perfore r a n thetreal are the direct rause ,f the coughing. The re.
---- Year ili power, one is shown the real suit is you usually Siee soundly the veryfirst
Sm s ........... ..................I. meant of extraordinary ability.! reason for worry and the blues. night, and the entirugh condition goes ia
. Tge Co .. His compositions, solos. ensem- The most cheerful and the most ahe prePon i< for coughs chestcods. I and
sTRICTL I. ADVA.E bles, instruction material, etc.. .easily readable 4iealth book pub- hoarseness, bronchitis, spasmodic croup and
l Y almoustevery throat irritation. It contains no
S-e y'- -- b .. -go -i -t-o are recognized as standard, and wished in years. opiatesor oth r harnitutldrugs. Economical, F.H. HO
Snueweee h saopon is ILetters From Theodore Roos- too. as the do-e is only one teaspoonful. On F. H. HO
She may be going to let itin use wherever the saxophone is lt to nRoose sale at all good druggasts. Ask for
ut w'velt to Anna Roosevelt, Cowles. jkf
grow out-but when? known and played. Mr. Barroll These letters to his sister are' Center and Third Streets
has earned a national reputation written in an intimate style I
ProblAns are never settled by as director of the famous Lud-' which brings one close to Roose- ICOV
betting on them. wig Saxophone Band, a St. Louis velt as boy and man.


'In Your Salad I);

L1k* :

you will, if proud ot
your cookery, need th.
assistance of the best
and most approved
salad dressings, in
which we specialize.
Our grocery is known
for all such aids to the
housewife who loves
to do her own cooking
and salad making. \VWe
carry every necessary
ingredient in the bIst
of qualities.

ity Market
BIEN, Proprietor


organization of fifty instru-! Fiction. i 1* 5**
\ Faith and money are useful ments. He is accompanied by The Enchanted Hill, Peter B.
only as long as they hold out. Mrs. Barroll, also nationally Kyne. Good old Peter Kyne. He Bna n d
known among the great est.wom- puts his great soul into every FIRST TST CHURCHi d in
Misery loves company even en saxophonists, and by two novel he wrtes.Thisis a gor-- Sfest investmentto be found. W lwy hv
ny, even other assisting artist. geous story of the Southwest. 8b
if it is hard on the company. The work of this company is The Beauty of the Purple, T. J. Herring, minister. W paid 8 per cent dividends, divided into quarterly
highly artistic throughout. Its William Staerns Davis. A rich-, Sunday .-chool, 9:45 a. m. J. 0 payments of 2 per cent, and our surplus i grown.
Seventy-nine American cities programs are novel, consisting Vl colored romance of the bril- D. Ogilvie, ,upt. Classes for all Address F. E. BRIGGS. Treasurer
more than 100,000 population. of saxophone ensembles, duets liant life of Canstantinople of LOAN CMP Y
and solos, vocal numbers and the eighth .century. Its thrill-agsHOME COMY
readings. As an interesting di- ing events, carry the reader Morning worship at 11 o'clock.HBUILDINGALOAN
It's a wise robin that knows vertisement, Mr. Barroll will in- through scenes which loom The evening hour of worship is 205 E. Adams St. Phone 2637 Jacksonville, Fla.
whep to return to the North. produce original and exclusive large in history. 7:3,0. If interested send Postal. Will call on you in Fernandina
violin trick-work, also the "flex- The Slave Ship Mary John- Midweek prayer and praise
The trouble with committee o-tone," a unique instrument son. This fascinating and en- i
workThe that nobody does the somewhat resembling a fly grossing new novel of. Colonial service, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
work is that nobody does th waterr" butcapable of produc- Virginia and the slave trade is! All jnemhters are expected to AMERICAN LEGION PLAY Makes Autos Go 49 Miles
work !ing beautiful effects in the! one of the author's chest. ;be present, and we extend a most REX THEATRE TONIGHT On One G a I I o n of (a
hands of an artist like Mr. Bar- The Portygee, Joseph C. cordial invitation to strangers. SIOUX CALLS, S. D
Age is supposed to bring dis- roll. Lincoln. This is the story of You will bt a STRANGER with At the Rex Theatre on Friday James A. May of4408-C Lactal
creation, but sometimes we doubt Those who attend the Chau- a romantic young fellow ho is u but on. evening in connection with an Bdg. has perfected an amazing
it. tauqua are certain of a rare part Spaniardand part Yankee. excellent picture The American new devic t
treat when they see and meet Throughout appears a collec- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Cellent picture, The A consumpti ces a.
this friendly company of sincere tion of village characters whose Legion play will be given, A prevents spark plug trouble an
A merchant who stretches the musicians. Those who are espec- every move is laughable. Sixth aud Alachua streets. Soldier's Reverie," with seamen, overheating. Many cars have
cloth is apt to stretch the truth, ily interested in the saxophone The Thundering Herd, Zane Rev. W. T. Overstreet, pastor. ex-soldiers and sailors taking made over 49 miles on a gallon.
too. are invited to discuss the instru- Grey. ne of Grey s bst. A Regular services on Sundays part, with Miss Nell Davis, Miss Any one can install it in five
ment of their problems with Mr. story of stampeding buffalo at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Rosa Mac Humphreys Miss minutes. Mr. May wants agents.
Having good health is import- Barroll, for as editor of the an.Comanche ,I ..s. Sunday school, 9:45 a. mi. Christine Morse, Miss Theodos- and is offering to send one free
ant, but keeping it is still more Saxophone Department of Jac- Rather unusual stor ot two t yer meeting Wednesday ia Kelly and Mrs. P. J. McAl- to one auto owner in each local-
important. obos Orchestra-Band Monthly, rtn soA oi. iwo mght. reavy acting the principal parts. ity. Write him today. 3-1,
he is undoubtedly the greatest generations o American girls. A kind invitation is given to The soloists will be Mrs. M. W.
Th thn bou..t th h American authority on this in- er interesting and read- come with us to any of these Purvis, Mrs. E. Molnar, Mr. M. J. T. Swearingen ha.s acet-
that hts lnest and is strument. The Devonshires Honori Will- sr esGriffin, with Miss Helen Kelly ed a position at Dana and hlft
the most is the looking glass. HOME DEMONS ATON si Morrow Tense baffling- as accompanist during the play last week tor that place.
--. HOME D OS TRAON mystery is the keynote of this land for the soloists. Mrs. John
Once.o a. wCLUB MET WEDNESDAY novel of the W.voniing Rockies. ," ',o,. w. u Cone, reader. An evening 'of\ Dr. \\ H. Russell and wite and
Once upon a tim , was a a mystery whose solving invol- f' Oo't' pl dauxre to promised all who at- ~\n. William Russel. motor
man who did not thin his car A large number was present ves a unique trial in which not CHRC tend, with many special features to Anthony Saturday. returning%
was the best on the road. on Wednesday afterno-n at the only the heroine., but the whole ,, ,. ,,"" ""^d %,. *. introduced. iSunday night.
Politicians make promises and Yulee Community House for the community is brought before Sunda School 9:45 a. m '
statesmen get results, and it all hoe demonstration y Miss th ngo Feather. Kirk Mn- D.. Patl, Supt.
depends on yo. iewpopointed in the non-arrival of roe. This book is of peculiar E v. 'ile. Leader I
which is which. material, but the time was interest to those of us who have (h!rh Servi
No one ever imagined Presi- pleasant spent. Mrs. 1). A. an Amelia Island as it relates the 1 a t nd 7:30 '. m. V T AT
dent Coolidge had a hobby until Kelly, who was in charge of the story of the bov who escaped a 'i 7:30 p. m. rI x I MA0 I K-H
dent lCoohdghe had a hobby untlmusical program, announced massacre at Fort Carolina and L
it leaked out that he had a hob-Mrs. Jack Briggs and Mrs. Ed- found refuge in a convent which M iing Subject:
win Hood as ccompanist. Mrs. was at that lime on the south- "Faciur Responsibilities.M DN
u may assume that she is Brigg delited the audience end of this island. MONDAY AND TUESAY. MARCH 16-17 -


ing in "n'' that will spell success Mr. rte C ang "Sing ile Thursday evening was a musi- W. ( TICKLAND S Little to say about Norma 'l-nmuadge production. hut
for any community. when she is not aby" y Theodor e ing wa f musi At ng when she joins with Tearle 'i r picture like this, you

being improved, but there is no nation, IeReM win HoS tive with th(> masses of white ~--dsappoint you. Lavish scent wonderful dress and
ashamed to a, buthe clerk forin ation,"b"resnol veby H. a n h n td wa unuually R TRATTH

perceptible improvement i and ine ilespo tahed a te-i : w IRST h a es RH good story. In this picture NVrma don't take the cen-
ters beginning with "c" a anged around the hancel of the ter of the stage all the tie, divides with Tearle in

Inin"n ithe atw c y or c s eva l matiterts fi church. Mrs. Irving Messck at W. the honors.
orn the last century over e o suh va to su m rt. t t he organ playing Polonaise bya r when sAn Internatio w
mlinbo hove uapeared andthe demonstration club members John Slurricko and Impromptu S L = a t
about 849,750,000 of them have Nassau county were discussed u Brilliants beeny Sartoris, in a mas-

also disappeared. and other features of the e t man The cir sWEDNESDAY AND THURsAY, MARCH 11
AuThe world is a on nl Morsand as an encore gti e t can expect somethihb iai,
hel f -rt a tndw a u ptot e e are invtd Frances Carrio sang effectively g a r
Ai enation.Co"nRebolvey"beHnd" Miss. .I disap"oi"tou"""

altar with the s ensible u io. hnE MoneIT AT SCHd.- d teteemer ansd Lord, ly w aCW -With i

The gang in the rickety Ford AUDITORI 1 19, 20 Mrs. Harry Sahsoms an gave as good story. In this PicturerlNr :a don
lr with thl g. aing beautiAulT SChe O e Bk "

generally has more fun than the ---- a recitative Brushwood th ter of the stage all the timdivides
lonesome passenger with a pood- The Elson collet ion o 200 oragn accompaniment by Mrs. I
I. dog in the limousine. .o reproductions from the master- Irving Messick. Mrs. Sahlman GENER EPARING This is acknowledged to bre be .f Jackie's work, it
Pieces will be on exhibition dur- has a wonderful mh mory and is e bpum innin and 'there is such a thing as best .ne better than th
Human nature is so inherent- ing the afternoon and evening gifted as an elocutionist and she other. It has all of the atio a e
ly weak that it will sometimes I of the above dates at the close was at her best on this occasion. e acto h nas made him fam-
cause a fellow to chest instead of the school hoers. Miss Bessie Nagel sang, Star of u- Ie world over, and there is rything in this play
of listening to his conscience. Tickets for admission will he the East, whrch was beautifully FERNA' .FLORIDA : to bring out his best points. At entertainment enjoy- i
on sale by students. Every one rendered. The quartette, The B ed by old children as well as the inger.
Some of the new dances have should be interested in better Lord is My Shepherd, was sung A_ |GI
been l iven queer names, but the art and in making it possible m by the choir assisted by Mrs. ood Comed Along With This to Get Started
names are no queerer than the for the children to have on the Jack Briggs and Miss Bessie Na- 10 and
daTces. walls of their school rooms some Ygr. bv le ie Misi ao c
dt the best pictures obtainable. The Call of the Cross was pre- I4O Oil]planly FRID MAv '0
A little money from every If impossible to attend the x- snted by Mrs. Harry Sahlman AY. MARCH 20
property wn and invested in hibit buy ticket for others, as dressed in white, carrying they In order to make room for the TAQUA which
some home industry that builds this will increase the amount of white cross and six other crosses s tarts Saturday night, have th la Sa
payrolls, will the rikea more pAds from which pictures in the character of Evangel, re-. I E day nig voard nh regul S
pneroually has more funi t arbe Rci citing the Call of the BrusCross, foge t t JA Khis ni Cht o wl ng Sual

esomemnger with a od- The s ar betion of arranged which was responded to by six at th night will thing usually
The fellow who used to se ro b d the school, announcement of little girls, with appropriate N Sree PAIRINsh own on Saturday night. 10 and 25
lightning rods is now a stock which will be given from time to hymns sang during the recita- oficethere
salesman trying to make us be- time by the princi and el tions. The scene as presented Opp SATURDAY. .MRCH 21
lieve that it is oil which will be Let all who can donate a pie- was very effective and beautiful. FIR .. .
struck. ture, or place oe as a memorial The concert was greatly enjoy- T N GHT or THE

to some relative or friend. ed, the large audience was ap-
The daughter of John D. Rock- Plates, giving the names of the preciative and the voluntary i e. T fll
efeller, Jr., about to become a donors will be placed on thf, contribution was generous. Much A
bride, .wili not havea B. frames of pictures so donated. credit is due Mrs. Messick and V




I %9 -

Friday. March 13, 1925



Page Five

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Ladies' White Kid Pumps-New

Rollin's Silk Guaranteed Hosier

and $2.00. Children's and Mis

Sox, All Colors, and the Nev

Wrinkle Neckwear for Men.

both prosper if you let us ser

5he Partin SJ


SMrs. C. Prewitt delightfully
entertained the members of the
Wesley Bible Class of the Firt
Methodist Church on Tuesday
evening at her home on Fifth
street. Nineteen members were
present to enjoy the interesting
program with Mrs. E. C. Mulli-
v Shades gan in charge, reading a leaflet
on "I Will Praise the Lord." with
y, $1.50 references from the Bible read
by different ones. Rev. W. (I.
5ses' 3-4 Strickland made the prayer. A
musical contest was introduced
w Non- which was participated in by
each one singing a solo. Miss
W e'11 Vesta Prewitt then played with
ease "Melody in F" on the vio-
ve you. tin, and as an encore. -Ave
Maria." Rev. W. G. Strickland
then spoke of the work being
done in the Sunday school and
the need for more room, as there
are more pupils and teachers
than places for the classes. Tel-
egrams were then introduced
and each one was asked to write
h o e C o a telegram. using the letters of
the name of the teacher, Mrs.
h o e o L. A. Davis. When these were
.... read. much fun was created.
ATOR CALKINS W1AS During the social hour all
N THE CITY THVI WEEK repaired to the dining room
where the table was centered
with a lace cover and large bowl
eator James E. Calkins, of of nasturtiums with sprays of
hassee, arrived in the city plumosa fern in the center, car-
iesday, leaving yesterday rving out the colors of the class
Facksonville,. where he had with the arrangement of
legal matters to look after. oranges, flowers and candles
tor Calkins is attorney for with tapers of yellow on the
Florida Railroad (ommis- buffet, the color scheme being
and has been very busy for carried out even to the bouquet
ast several months, his du- of nasturtiums which adorned
keepingg him in Washington each plate on which peaches
at portion of the tire. He stuffed with mayonnaise and
to Fernandina to meet the nuts, dates and saltines, glasses
ns and talk with them in of ice tea with lemon were serv-
d to legislative matters ed. The social hour closed one
I will probably come up at of the most pleasant meetings
1925 session. His 'held since the organization of
friends were glad to greet the class, which is increasing in
The Senator assured his membership rapidly.
Is here that .he would re-
to Fernandina in the very
future to spend more time COUNTY TAX BOOKS TO
them. He also contem- CLOSE PROMPTLY APR. 1
a trip through the county,
e he leaves for Tallahassee, County Tax Collector J. D.
:end the coming session of :Ogilvie states that he will close
'gislature. the tax books promptly April 1
This year and all taxes which re-
lESSNTATIVES CALL MrEain unpaid after that date will
t -TING OF CITIZENS be delinquent and parties will
MI Ngur*FN i be subject to the usual penal-
the Citf Nassaties as provided by law.
the Citizens o f -Nassau
we must soon go to Tll SKOVGARD, THE DANISH
we to represent N ssau VIOLINIST, COMING HERE

ty in the legislature, e re-
tfully ask that repr nta- The Monday evening after
citizens from all parts the Easter Skovgard, the Danish
sty meet us at the hool violinist, accompanied by his
itorium at Callahan a. 2:00 wife as accompanist, will be in
ock March 31st, to 'tcu-ss Fernandina. Do not forget the
needs of the county. J date, a rare treat is in store for
D. H. PETRF you.

MALE HELP WAN Julius Williams, colored, a re-
S sident of Chester, was drowned
$10,000,000 Company nts Sunday afternoon in the St.
an to sell Watkins Hi Ne-; Marys river when he fell over-
ssities in Fernandina More board from a boat he was cross-
an 150 used daily. *pome ing the river in. The body was
5-$50 weekly. Expert un- caught in a shrimp net in Bell
accessary. Write De-i-7- i river Wednesday and brought to
he J. R.'Watkins ComI1 62- Fernandina, the verdict of the
e West Iowa st., 'his, coroner's jury being "accidental
enn. 4-3 drowning."


m o t ss RPOT F rPUll:*: 4

Are often at the ndo th wits to know where they .Taes
Are fen at the endot Fines. Polie (' Curt
cAron hav reworl on t icars properly done--how l *rg Tax
can have repair worlt T often inflicted tret .
to avoid the absolut but v that is often t '
public Utih?.
upin Ci's by inconpeten rsons. iunYTi xl iag
Revt Of CIt "r,,irp-tv
S topportunity to have you 'lnanticPat,
Thisgarageoffers 'tohanis WhoT-1.....
repairs made in the prot nanner by mechanics wh A UdnarESf r
SrT si and who have long since Slaries nfO 'i i-n'
o KNOW THEIR 11s Pli.c
pasdthe experine tige in motor mechanics. ee
nta Y ".' ritmen t!
Public B' ,-g%
.t iBeach Pr rtL
*t* time honestiv cmnsumed in Cemetery rtrr ;tnd
You pay only for the time honetl consumein
the work. F'ating
0' 1 Continir.
V lcttntIret n t e Sinking

We have recently added up-to-date VULCANIZING Dn, ,A)
DEPARTMENT to oun siness and have an exlper I ,Re
DEPARTMENTdoes nothing else. We can Add F
Sed man in chs body and guarantee warrants
repair your tire as any rrants
S satisfaction. -
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,n ml CIARL 9 eS A. 1HTHEm c ISSOUft EXTERTAIINERS Orat'- 'ta. Nokaw x
3 .m y u'CIe. Pofpulzar 1sax*ophone. olahsand vealorgaI," ..,fw
~~' ~ Pu...'dby Mr. L..:-rd 5arroll. Americ~a's =rr. i m a
a whothink& Iwading Saxopboner aubw:.
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T~r Dean of Imnpersonlators.-in iasiaaiability, wilb worth- The .mtt"NAtw TU1RHLR
dramatic and hum.'',rus recitals of UbClectures onvitalasub- knowna Ac op," pt-- e
cres -- n acm



-Aft 4veeu Flap- A splendid organizations. proorbitmtpopular and -%-Ilt flM.
classic comedies in aseextraordinarily clever way. 'WHENH "ER G063 3
-HSWAY OUT- OilA 'TR3"194

-Fernandina, March 21-=23 -24
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A IKI I 1.Iii'i irt INA i h. 1T I*11-

Ii : IT Iv Till: PE(IC'L.

I-- 'E AIM .11. It.'.1141TION 14

andt.' I, fi t I $2 ii 4 4
tip read f s tplid.'
AT\ N1 1.1 tir r -.1:' -114 ,111 *lot- .
tIo' 94r, -tlarge at I'm, -ithinIsOii
1-1411 st- 341(. f: iat'.!, -Ihr 1i .it-g

t1ifte, ii rui nn tI ;:.......Itt... tr#j-Oh. -r
Cr ir 1: $;* -pg-r of. I.] p. ill] o%%11 -- r .u
staun k e. .,hpa I lt gl
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11, t 111 ,14 ,(1 I,,' rt mu itd

* *

Tutt s Pills
m Umvm nsan
..n-mies I
s talmlate torpid bver, store theas
dife ativ orun. reialast the
bowels. relieve sick .dach.

:320 acres of land located near
SSilver City, Grant county, New
,Mexico, all under fence and im-
, proved. 70 ac in meadow
lands. 20 head of fine cattle
go with the place. For further
information writv S. M. Ford.
Callahan. Fla. :-27


Hound, blum spotted. Has a
small cut on right ear. Strayed
from Lofton. Notify S. A.
Freeman, Che.ster, Fla. 4t

Mr. and Mrs. L. Grunwald
and little daughter. Vera, of
Fernandina, passed through the
city Sunday en route for Tampa
and St. Petersburg and were
dinner guests aIt the home of
Mrs. F. M. Prewitt. They have
just returned from a trip down
the East Coast and plan to spend
a short while )on a tour of the
West Coast.-Plant City Cour-
ier. They reached home last
l h_Lr --g a 1 ...... a m te o

riIn. I,, r.. "'. -,, ;r, .I.... -night and report a most enjoy-
s.n T:: T ." ."" able tour to South Florida.
ff f -1 n ih i .,I \;,ii. .A I
S,.I ,.:,.s i th T. B. Ogilvie. f Callahan.
I ... Mar, member of the school board
AT: from that district, was in the
A. tt, city Wednesday to attend the
t .udIV k -" .March meeting of the school
S- board. Mr. Ogilvie and 0. T.
Send Your (leaning and Weaver, the county superin-
Pres-ingt to tendent of public instruction,
MATTHE11 HA Y WOODIleft on the afternoon train for
N. 3rd St. C('enter and Jacksonville, whe. they at-
Al-", !tended a night ses-'ion of the
Alachi,;: tr'eets Florida Convention of County
Satisfaction I;uaranteed 'Superintendents. which was in
Phone 158 session ia Jacksonville.

IKeystone Hotel



I iing Room Now Open!

Meals on Week Days 75 Cents

Simnday Dinner $1.00

SOpen the Year Around
m s a ,




Supporting the

G o v e rn men t

W E are supporting the government by m*imber-
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 e xtcnd to
business and industry their proper measure of accom-l



- I



Phone 245 for fresh oysters.
-Trade at Hme--
American Legion Auxiliary
Benefit tonight.
-Trade at Hoe.--

FOR SALE-- Willow
carriage. Phone 228.
-Trade at Hme-.-


Meet me at the Waas building
Tuesday, March 17th.
-mTwde at Home-
L. G. Hirth spent Tuesday in
-Trade at Home--
FOR SALE-Young Black Mi-
norca Hens. Louis A. Klarer.
-Trade at Heme-
Don't forget the play tonight,
"The Soldiers Reverie."
-Twwe at Rome.-
WANTED-To buy house in
Fernandina. Write Box 762,
-Trade at Homet-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McClellan
spent Tuesday in Jaclsonville.
-Tran at S.oa- '
WANTED--Roll top desk.
Apply at this office.
---rade at Hoe...-
It's Tueaday, March 17th.
What? The Baptist Supper.
Home grown strawberries,
home grown cream, home grown
cake, at the Baptist supper.
-Trade at Home-
Cash paid for Shark Fins and
Terrapins. Young Wah Laun-
-Trade atf Home-
Don't forget that supper serv-
ed by the Baptist ladies Tues-

Wood, ood wood. Phone 69. 1
-Trade at Home-
Have you seen the new supply
Non-Wrinkle Neck Ties for Men
at The Partin Shoe Co?
-Trade at Hmr.-
Mrs. George Burt attended
the funeral of Dr. C. H. Frink in
Jacksonville Wednesday.
-Trade at Home-
Eliott E. Jones, of Callahan,
was greeting his friends in Fer-
nandina Thursday.
-Trade at Hme.-
Park Winter of Waldo, was a
visitor to Fernandina yester-
-Trade at Home-
of store by April 1st. Phone:
223. -
-Trade at Haim--
You should see the Neck Ties
at Partin's. They don't wrin-
-Trade at ilem..-
Geo. L. Roux spent several
days at Thomasville, Ga., this
-Trade at Home.-
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Borden
spent Wednesday in Jackson-
Friends of Mr. Roy Miller are
glad to see him out again, after
an illness of sereval days.
-Trade at Hoem.-
Capt. and Mrs. W. D. Bogart
spent Thursday with friends in
Brunswick, Ga.
S-.-Trae at Hema.-
i Joe Lee and Chris Higgin-
botham, of Yulee, were in the
city Tuesday.

-Trade at Hm-em- -Trade at Home.-
Oysters? Chicken Pie? Straw- Judge J. B. Stewart spent two
berries'. Yes, come have and days at Tallahassee this week on
have some Tuesday. official business.
-Trede *at Hom- I -Trode a* He.-
FOR RENT Five-rooms! Mrs. Frank D. Upchurch and
downstairs, kitchen and bath j little son, of Jacksonville, are
room, unfurnished. Mrs. S. Sal- the guests of the former's pa-
vador, St. Augustine, Fla. rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Davis.

Coming Out!


We carrv a full line of Peterman's Insect Exterminator
and otht.r well known brands of insect and vermin ene-
mies. ne killed now saves the trouble of killing thous-
ands !t,r.


Horsey's Drug Store

Wood, good ,wood. Phone 69.
-Trade at Hllom--
Help the American Legion
Auxiliary purchase their em-
blem flag. (andy on sale at the




S. w\. (luck. f. O. Livingstone
and S. Bernstein returned onf
Wednesd: y from a trip to South
-rrad. at Hme-..-

Rex tonight. CW 1. ass,-rre and wife spent
-Trade at Hom..- WednesdM." in Jacksonville, the
former having attended a meet-
F 0 R R E N T Furnished ing of th, Ford dealers of Flor-
ipartment. Private hath. Mrs. ida.
Jas. Chadwick, Beech and 7th _r.. t Ho.e-..
street. --Trade n .ome 327 Shop fr the, kiddies at the
M. Raymnd W f. W Jra IGift Shop Rompers and Pantiq
Mr Raymond \ollt'. <. Jack- ,-,, l
sonville spent the Jeek-endtresses fur little folks from 2 t
ionville, spent the week-end years. Phone 223
here with his parents. Mr. and ; "
Mrs. Geo. E. Wolff. -i'rae at Home--
-*Trade at Homn- Mr. ain Mrs. A. E. Ogilvie, o
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT- Callahan. andt their guest, Mrs.
House, 7 rooms, hath and ga- S. Bith, of Statesboro, Ga.,
rage, on lot 50xl00 feet at 117 were visitors to Ferandia on
So. 8th st. P.O. Box 286. Wednesday"H.
-Tradeat a t Home-
Mrs. Tyler Miller left last Fri-I Mr. an Airs. Robert E. Bar-
day for Cartei'sville. (;a.. where her, of )etroit, Mich., were the
she was called on account of the guests of the Keystone Hotel
serious illness of her mother. this week while on a visit to Mr.
-Trade at *Barber's aunt, Mrs. William
-Trade ant ln i agan. ;tid family.
J. B. Campbell. the hotel man Faa ad family.
from Hilliard. was gir'eting his; -'Trade at Home-
friends in Feriaiidin:, Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Higgin-
day. botham, f Callahan, were in the
-Trade at l IIr,,.-- citv Weidnisdavy the latter hav-1

Warren Jackson, e;i St. Aug-
ustine. visited his ptren'its,. Mr.
and Mr.s. A. W. Jackon. Satur-

ing come over to attend the regu-
lar March meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners.

day and Sunday. -Trade at m...--
-Trade. %t n..,e- L. L. Owens, of Evergreen,
S. H. Swearingen, county tax was in the city on Wednesday
assessor, attended the State to attend the March meeting of
Convention of Tax Assessors the Board of County Commis-
held in Jacksonville last Friday. sioners, being the member from
--'rra'.f at , the third district.
E. C. Ferreira and a party of *Oe at iom..e-
dy the e s p t- .S un- Will iatn, who is a student
Jacksonvilleeict het former's so the State University at Gain
mother, Mrs. F. C. Ferreira. esville, arrived Wednesday night
--Tr.ade .--- to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Hirth, of St. August- W. H. Sims. until Sunday after-
S, ..... ............... lloon ..

ine, was the guest o1 is. parent ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Illirth. on
Tuesday and Wednesday.
-Trade at Ihnt---
Mrs. C. W. Lasserre and little
son, Charles, expect to leave for
Atlanta. Ga. Sunday to spend
several days.
-Trade at llome-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fagan.
of St. Augustine, were guests
of the Keystone Hotel while in
Fernandina on their wedding
-Trade at Hoim,.r-
Send your dyeing and clean-
ing to Rogers & Jones 611
Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. We
prepay parcel postage on return-
I -Tradel at llome-
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mizell
and Mrs. I). G. Humphreys at-
tended the funeral of Dr. C. H.
Frink at Jacksonville Wednes-
-Trandr at lhome-
FOR SALE--14 head young
oxen and 2 log carts completely
equipped for lodging. Price
reasonable. Lasserre Motor Co..
telephone 141. Fernandina. Fla.
-Trade at loame--
Miss Fannie Williams was
among the Fernandina people
who attended the funeral of Dr.
C. H. Frink at J.:cksonville on
-Trade at Home-
Lynden Bunker. who is at-
tending the State university y at
Gainesville, spent the week-end
-at home with his parents, Dr.
n-f AT s. I T u r r

-Trade at Hlome.
Mrs. .- Nolan, of Jackson
'ile, aivel in Fernandina on
Sunday for an extended visit to
her son R. V. Nolan, and fam.
ilY. Me. Nolan is always wel-
comed L. a host of friends.
-Trade at l1oqe...._
Mrs. Illiam Fagan accom.
panied hr on, Philip Fagan, on
a motor-gto Tampa this week,
visiting D old home at Ormond
and Day before returning to

I). L.
is the st
that dist
friends i
day, whe
tend the
of the he

H. M.
who repr
county co
ing his fr
to attend
the board
iting he
New Yor
take a spi
City Gar"
room in th

! CityTax Books Close April 1,1925

I Real estate on which the city taxes of
j 1924 remain unpaid on the above
mentioned date will be advertised and
sold as provided by, law.

City Treasurer and Collector
IMarch 2, 1925.

low ClIps 47m

havefit 14 il
the cA~te,.?b

paw sit

wieft, and at a very
modes rice.

C. Srunwald

good wood. Phone 69
-Trade at llom.-
and Mrs. St. John, of New
an, Conn., arrived on Tues-
For a visit to their son. V.
John, and family. Mr. and
St. John have visited in
andina before and have
r friends here who are glad
eet them again.
-Trade at Home-
abert E. Barber, of High-
Park, a suburb of Detroit,
., will visit his aunt, Mrs.
am Fagan, arriving on
ay. Mr. Barber has visit-
ernandina before and is
pleased with the town and
location. Mr. Barber has
wide experience in subdivis-
and in. promoting sales.


de at.. .--
es, of Hilliard, who
Board man from
was greeting his
rtiandina Wednes.
came over to at-
lar March meeting

.,utIner, was greet-
). Fernandina on
Ving come over
larch meeting of

L Hurwitz, of
o has been vis-

or retail,

part of

stock ar


y Bros.


stm ent

ill offer

-o esale

hhde or a



where, sh
course in



and Mrs. Bunker. reiras
-Trade at lIm.. he has m'
I have a quantity of seed sweet
!potatoes for sale. Get in touch Clarenct
with me. J. A. Slawter. Calla- arrived in
han. Fla. visit his f
-Trade at Home.- for several
Mrs. A. W. Jackson- returned escing fro
from Lake City Wednesday, fluenza. I
where she was summoned Sun- greet him.
day on account of the death of ,o
her stepmother. I Sot J
-Trade at Hem.--
--ai at Hn--, represented<
W. W. Dyer and son. PhilipIE. F. Shat
Dyer, of Hastings, were in the penter, Mr
;city yesterday. Mr. Dyer is at B. Hendry
thpk taa nf thp \Whittiahonn- Uas.- iL.,L" -.


Under New management

First clas repa ""
rst class repar one at reasonable

prices. Gas, Oil andAccessories-
Batteries recharged and repaired

A.J RinckJ eWinkler


1 \

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Friday, March l:. 1925

in ihe form of
,d saucers, *de-
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