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 20, 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: VID00039
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
alephbibnum - 002001190
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The people 6? Fernandina and The Audubon Sociely of Flor-
surrourding community are ida has been asked ),, a citizen
very fortunate in being able to of Fernandina if the -..ciety can
have a Radcliffe Chautauqua in not do something to stop the aw-
the city this year. ful slaughter of song birds with-
The Radcliffe Chautauqua in the city and this s oiety has
System finds itself equipped as urged the city manager to in-
never before to bring its loyal itiate protective measures. The
and enthusiastic and enormous existing laws concerning this
clientele a reflex of the work matter are here published for
and play of the world as it is the information of all. Parents
now going forward. and others are re(ouested to cau-
The village of yesterday be- tion those in their charge that
comes the town of today and the arrests will be made and fines
town of today becomes the city imposed, upon conviction, for
of tomorrow only as all co-oper- any, violation of these ordi-
ate to promote a common tie. nuances:
This Chautauqua makes- possi- Section 159. Protection of
ble the accomplishment of things Birds:- It shall not be lawful to
the community would like to do entrap, ensnare, or in any way
and knows should be done, but capture, injure or destroy any
which no individual could hope mocking birds, red birds, or any
to get done single-handed. So other song or game birds what-
the Chautauqua comes to "draw soever within the corporate lim-
together" the community. Then its of this city and any person
by an intensive series of lectures or persons who shall entrap, en-
coordinated for one big purpose snare, capture, injure and de-
and delivered by gifted lectur- stroy and such birds or shall*rob,
ers whose convincing addresses remove, carry away or interfere
make a profound appeal-to stand with any of the nests of birds,
together and pull together, to shall upon conviction in the
lift the ideals to the highest level Municipal Court, be fined not
of thought and action by force more than ten dollars.
of their thought, logic and, elo- Section 168. Slingshots Pro-
quence, they create finer aspira- hibited: No person shall shoot
tions, new ambitions, a keener or throw missels of any descrip-
desire for a better community. tion from slings or sling shots
And this being the first essen- in any street, lane or alley. or
tial to progress, the individual from one .lot to another not own-
who hangs back or opposes pro- Ad by the party, within this city.
greds Jthrowing sand- into the Every perMon violating t*s sec-
mach ry simply because he tion shall he i'ined not exceeding
has not yet seen the light. five dollars for each offense, at
The Radcliffe Chautauqu:; the discretion of the Munitipal
will open its entertainment fta- Court.
tures this year with concerts :.y Section 18:1. Not To Shoot
one of the most popular organi- Air Rifle: It shall be unlawful
zations to be found in this coun- for any person to use, discharge
try. The Missouri Entertainer-s or shoot off within this city any
composed of four native b lrn gun or rifle commonly known
Missourians, are under the di- as an air gun or air rifle. Any
reaction of Edward Barrol. known person who shall violate any of
-throughout the -musical world the provisions of this section
as one of the most successful shall upon conviction be fined
composers for the saxophone not exceeding twenty-five dol-
and a performer of extraordi- lars in the discretion of the Mu-
nary ability. Mr. Barrol has nicipal Court. '
earned a national reputation as Section 153. Discharging
director of the famous Ludwig Fire Arms: Any person or per-
Saxophone Band, a St. Louis or- sons who shall discharge any
ganization of fifty instruments. run, pistol or other fire arms
Those who attend the Chau- within the yards or streets of
tauqbla on the opening day are an; of the inhabitated parts of
certain of a rare treat when this city shall be fined upon con-
they see and meet this friendly viction thereof, not exceeding
company of sincere musicians, five dollars.
About everything that could E. C. GARVIN,
be desired in the way if good ,I City Manager.
clean entertainment is tio 4 March 16th. 1925.
found on the programs this year. "
Programs will be held in Rex\ R. V. Nolan, superintendent
'Theatre tomorrow. Monday and of the city plants, will address
Tuesday, March 21.-.. .,. afiter- the next regular meeting of the
noon and evening. The after- Woman's Club on the subject of
noon program begins at :t::0 "Electricity in the Home." The
o'clock and the evening program date for the next meeting of the
starts at 8:00 o'clock. club is Wednesday, March 25th,
If you want to (do vnr part. and every member who can pos
make yourself a part of this sibly attend, is urged to do so,
Chautauqua by buyig your ;as Mr. Nolan has some import-
tickets now handled yhv the \Vo- ant .suggestions to offer the la-
man's Club. dies.

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As to the second criterion-
reason-this likewise is unrelia-
ble and not to be depended upon.
This human world is an (oean
of varying opinions. If reason
is the perfect standard and cri-
terion of knowledge, why are
opinions at variance and why do
philosophers disagree so com-
pletely with each other? This is
a clear proof that human reason
is not to be relied upon as an in-
fallible criterion. For instance.
great discoveries and announce-
ments of former centuries are
continually upset and discarded
by the wise men of today. Math-
ematicians, astronomers, chem-
ical scientists continually dis-
prove and reject the conclusions
of the ancients; nothing is fixed.
nothing final; everything con-
tinually changing because hu-
man reason is progressing along
niw roads of investigation and
arriving at new conclusions ev-
ery day. In the future much
that is announced and accepted
as true now will be rejected and
disproved. And so it will con-
tinue ad infinitum.
When we consider the third
criterion-t raditions-upheld by
theologians as the avenue andti
standard of knowledge, we find
this source equally unreliable

lb: 1. H. Petree and Hon. H.
I. 1-: !. of Callahan, who will
re'pli' :it Nassau county in the
Hons. ,,1 Representatives at the
1925 on of the Florida leg-
islat u were in Fernandina
yestv-,iay. having come over at

the r,'quI
talk ,'ver
affect ing
was held
hall. at \
islat in t,4
three \\as
asking M
to support
the senal
other per
Both pie
the hill.
sided and
L. (;. H
brief tal
han n,,x1
than fort
and all,

THE METHODI LA F I- Pand unworthy of dependence. should n<
THE METHODISTS PLAN FERNANDINA BAPTISTS For religious traditions are the iately.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOMS PLANNING NEW CHURCH report and record of understand- ell advei
ing and interpretation of the held at
The Methodist denomitnati Rev. T. J. Herring. pastor of Iook. By what means has this last wee
is nwv planning to rert troderh, First artist Church. an- understanding, this interpreta- ,in order
roon o nr the h Fl cst aptt Chrch. -tion been reached? By the an- together
Sunday school rooms on the ounces that a campaign is now. aysis of human reason. When the goor
beautiful lot owned by t e! in progress fr, a new Baptist oead the Book of odhe
church, which is located on t'., church building n the site-- read the Book of omprehesio the meeting
corner of Center and Sixt" eupied by the present building which we of comprehension b FTuesday
streets, the lot being a gitf and that prospects a verVI hi we form conclu is mind. I w ernandi
from Messrs. E. W. Bailey. b1; right for a successful outcome reason. Reason is min. If we represent
this city, and Jno. W. Simmoni ; *f the drive. It is planned to are not endowed with perfect Tuesday
of Jacksonville. The presto ni crect a brick veneer building at reason, how can we comprehend ng will
building has been inadequvt, a cost of $20.000. which Mr.t Go m er of the umanreasrd o
for some time. owing to ti.i Herring states will be a very as Therefore human rea,intedout. is bv s E. .
prosperous condition of til creditable structure. The main already ntd out, IN TI
,-. ,, ,. \ e r \ n a t u r e fi n i te a n d fa U; l yV i n
church and Sunday school,'whi( auditorium will have a seatinger nature fte and sault in
.conclusions. It cannot surro nd -
is steadily growing, and expar- capacity of over three hundred,. it I I.f c h Infid t E. W.
stin is very necessary. No s, and by throwing the Sunday Reat itse, te e publicity
b thf rowi ngrSuny s ord. Inasmuch as the so ce
of plans have been settled up Zchool rooms open, the plans be- o trai aod interpret at city yesl
as yet, but it is said that th ing so arranged that they will i aso esas
building will be of sufficie' permit of it, the auditorium will 'as .aul h. w we uman ber of C
proportions to accommodate i. then seat between five and six eas on 'faulty, how c r we del is from
Sunday school, and in all pr-n hundred. The present church pend upon its fdings" 'r real has speni
ability the morning church s.' building will be torn down and knowledge. per and
vice will be conducted in it. Ti the lumber used in the new one. The fourth criterion I have city wo
Methodists plan to build a n, which will be quite an item in.named is inspiration through there for
and modern church on the sa. the cost of the new building. !which it ,s lanmed the r alty of illness
lot, together with a new parse The small cottage in the rear of knowledge is attainable. What very optic
age. and the Sunday sch,. he church will also have to be is inspiration. It is the influx for Fern
ooms will be but a unit to ti removed from its lot. as the new of the human heart. But what his dutie
beautiful church which is edifice will occupy some of the are satai.h promptings which confident(
ome later. space on which the cottage now afflict maki"nd Thev are the city an
s.tands. The Baptist denomina-,fluxf 'h heart al.o-Alv. will anno
FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING tion has been working for a new -- next we
T Church for several years and it (Or)hi I' Bruce Chapter No. comes M
AT UEE MARCH 28- s to be hoped that their dream 35, (. E s.. has made elaborate ready to
Thwill be realized i the beautiful plans ,. ht regular meeting ble way

tist church at Yulee on Satiuri- s the undertaking ork. ihments will be The F
ty Tand Sunday, March28th a' M'CH IMPROVEMENT IS serve'i.: mmittee having this Church
29th. The meeting will convey work A large dele dists. .
at ten 'clock Saturday. GOING ON IN THE CITY ngati: : Callahan's newly tend ser
By action of the exBauti, c insti' a1tter is expected. that day
committee the program will IB. A great deal of repair work
arranged on the ground. Rte to' residences andl business pro-
SJ. A. Davis. pastor of Callaha: perty is now going on in Fer- i *"1^ ""^^m^^
Baptist Church, will preach tt., nandina. Frank McGarry isl|
"oc sermon at elevt reclaiming the Fagan property,'
o ducok. rm whic h was partially burned some
Those in attendance will time ago, having purchased the I
Entertained in the homes of tb, ame. Young Wah and Waltert
I community and dinner will i, Sayler are making substantial
Served on the ground each da.* improvements to their business We wish to advise the public
S A special offering is asked propertyV, and other people are will continue our retail lu
from all o Curchuhes for tah repairing and repainting resi a o
I Evangelistic Brotherhood. Plea deince.s in all sections of the city. wood yards, as our recent f
send yaur offering with your A geod many pieces of real es- not destroy this stock.
Delegation. Respectfully, tat. changed hands between lo-
I I. SANDERS. ,al parties the past week. which A b
Secretary Eecretar Executive Commit- indcates that other improve- Ask us or quotations befon
tee. me! s are on the way. your orders and we will co
will-we can save yue monet-.

The members of the 'yoman'- I' iications are that there will Phone 59
a Club of Fernandina are working be -hips regularly during the
to make the Radpli ff (r'hntn.- snr.,, `.. .. n

st of the taxpayers to
matters of legislation
FVrnandina. A meeting
last night in the city
xhich time special leg-
,W district one, two and
discussed, the citizens
essrs. Petree and Ezell
t a hill which will be in-
by Senator Calkins in
te providing for the
of district bonds by the
districts for a brick or
rmanent road to Yulee.
dged their support of
Mayor P. C. Kelly pre-
d Messrs. Ezell, Petree,
irth and others made
ks. Albert D. Silmon
d a motorcade to Calla-
L Tuesday of not less
ty people, which was
endorsed by everyone
It is planned to leave
na at nine o'clock a. ni.
who can make the trip
notify Mr. Simon imnmed-
Messrs. Petree and Ez-
rtised a meeting to be
Callahan on the :;1st in
k's issue of the Leader
for the People toome
and discuss matters for
of the county. and the
at Callahan ii next
will be for this .nirpose.
ina wants as wrongg a
station at Calla an next
as possible. 'I- meet-
be held at two lx -bkc-
Carroll. Fei, ;!idina's
man, arriv-t, in the
terday to tak, tip hi.-
secretary of Chain-
ommerce. M1 Carroll
Athens, Ga.. % re he
t many years .:ewspa-
various kind- t publi-
rk. He was .-tained
r two weeks account
s in his fanim! He is
imistic over .;, future
andina and e: ',"r upon
's with a gra' 'leal of
ce in the gro'.'! of the
d Amelia I!.ud. He
)unce a definite;i .gram
eek. Ferr.;ni a wel-
r. Carroll a:.' stands
aid him in r possi-
in advertisi" 'he city.
ifth Sundai "'(; To
Day" wit- Metho-
.et every M. ".dist at-
vices wi!. ; friendd on

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Page Two .. ____NASSAU COUNTY LEAI)ER. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA Friday. March 20. 1925

1 11 IlUA I r' O ICA PROCEEDINGS In reference to bill of c.
I Il LI COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Conner, of Hilliard. Fla.. for
IO U1LUBER' COUNTY ~COMMISfuneral expenses in the bi rial
,, .v-- cn h of Mose Barker amounting toY'R AFTR
Fernandina, Fla., March ... $80.80, the clerk was instructed OUR FOOIE S
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 1925.--The regular monthly to write Mr. Conner that ias-, Thou
Ameet f the Board of ,lnty ha nhouds who are troubled with --
AT FFPRNANINA, FLA mting of the Board of "Y muc as this man was killed by perstent coming at night, which
AT Aommissioners was held I, this the Atlantic Coast Line by robbi we their ofystems and lp ue children
'M('KT .KnE.wrrr.F:demd.-,- date, present: D. H. rund, road and was in the eopl them open to dangerous infections. ni/t hwgoo
Chairman, and Commis'-imers the Florida State Road Dep ger through & very simple treat- L1 4,; litke s.
Sent. People who have hardly been i
'teredt t ernadin Shave, Owens Mu and ment, he should present his ill able to rest at all on account of t prt
Florida. ..... .s mail matter. Higginbotham. to either of these parties roghnle spellhe have found they can Iit jams. jt'lli '
:....VTSn.:pIeTI .TS R lNTSHED The minutes of the la`t regu- payment. I th hig e nighate rgt hos tht met .t e, a re leied ,
o A.ri:.i'ATrON. lar meeting of the board and ofp A petition was presented i try t. n.. are selected
ttoiwspent t try ILhtalit, I~est
the special meeting held on Feb- Mr. W. T. Haile asking the bh~ Imarkeableng rescriptio knwn as Dr. eal. hst offered e:h
Local and long Dstance ruary 25th were read Iad :. dopt- to open up the Lucas road, and o simply to ateat onful t .. id-hnl dei ont ie
Phone, 40 .ed. petition was also presented y ourhrt befor15e retiri, a 0 seconds be- I hoe rod
...- The following reports were fil- Mr. W. L. Beugnet requesting iore swallowing t. without follow-
**.T1n-o nATs: ed with the board: "Cuntyithe board to open up the Scot has' a double action. It not only
Judges report of fines and costs. road, each of these roads be- soothatioes and heal soreness and irri-
,. so .7 Tax Collector's report of licenses. ing hear Fernandina in District removes the phle ad congestion
*. erv,"r.v N ADVANCE *" Clerk's report of tax redemp- No. 2, and after some discussion uhis re T the result i ISlano suty ark et
tons, report of County Home the board decided to go and look leep soundly the very first night.
-- Demonstration Agent. Sheriff's over both of these roads today e in a o conditivery shoron ot times F. H. HOBIEN Proprietor
Fleas and men who drink mileage report, Count ThePhysi- rescripton is highly recom-
mileageount si-lafter adjournmentmended for coughs. chest colds.
bootleg liquor go to the dogs. cian's report, report ,tP State: Petition was presented from hoarseness and bronchitsand a Center and Third Streets FERANDINA FA.
Convict Inspector and report of citizens of Hilliard, Florida, ask- pasmodic croup-no harmful drugs.
A political pull is always at- Special Road Fund Dist rit No. ing the board to increase the al- oneoeas, toon as the dose is only
tached to someone's leg. Four. lowance of Aldritch Dyal fro, gists. Ask for
Bond of J. R. lraddock as $10.00 to $15.00 per month, bul
., ... Deputy Sheriff in th- sum of no action was taken on same. Iir_____---------------
Spoiled children are never $1,000.00, with Fidelity and De-, Petition was presented asking
sweet. posit Company of Maryland asi the board to change a piece of -'-':":" :":"
surety, was approved l)y the road near Kings Ferry so as to< ,S
Trading at home helps every- Board. confirm with the mail route. m TI T
body. It will help you. The chairman reported that Commissioner Murrhee was
settlement had been made with given authority to get deed from n (ston e L
A soft reply saves many a heirs of Stewart estate for right- Dr. C. C. Fuqua for 35 foot "oll bridge at Kolar's Ferry, pro-
family iar. of-way and borrow pits for State right-of-way for changing the ided said citizens are taxpay- ALBERT 1). SI ( )N
Road No. 4 at and near Hilliard., Pigeon Creek public road to the ,rs. and have paid their taxes.
Bi fish always look b r covering all lands used, includ- Walker settlement, and as soor Taxpayers in Nassau county M a n a re
smalBg fistrh always bigger in ng setting back fence in front of as deed is obtained, he to ar- :,n obtain cards by application
small streams. residence property in Hilliard. range to have the right-of-was ., Mr. G. C. Burgess, clerk, Fer-
Action approved, stumped and grubbed. "* ~ndina. or Mr. H. M. Murrhee,
Jobs that require little think- Chairman also reported that Mr. H. S. Thomas, civil en- ,unty commissioner at Hilliard,
ing never pay much wages. Hon. D. H. Petree at Callahan gineer, representing the Sea- 'i intention being that tax- Dininr Room Now Open
had been requested to get up board Air Line Railway cut-off payers in Nassau and Charlton
People who watch their step history of Nassau county and between Caflahan and Gross. counties will not be required to Meals on Week Days 75 Cents
never have to resort to dodging. letting forth the resources of appeared before the board for ,,y tolls on this bridge upon
the county for free publication the purpose of arranging satis- presentation of card. Sunday Dinner $1.00
at convention of National Assoc- factory crossing at the inter- After examining the bills that
Those who don't look for mis- istion of American Engineers to section of the county road anti were presented and approving
fortune are more likely to miss be held at Orlando, Fla. June 1st new railroad grade at Spell-' hem for payment, the board ad-
it entirlv., to 5th. Mr. Petree has kindly creek. Mr. Thomas proposed t,, turned to meet on Wednesday,
consented to do this work with- add twenty-five feet to the pres- March 25th, 1925, to attend to Open the Year Around
There isn't much glory in out charge and it will probably ent length of the county bridg, :nv business that might come
virtue it no one knows you have be a g,,od investment for Nassau over Spells creek and raise an! if them at that time. : :: : .- --- ---:
it. county. rebuild the entire bridge two,
Chairman reported that con- (2) feet above present level aw F
No place ever gets worse until demnation suit against L. C. east end, and raise the west end FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
everybody begins to think it Campbell and wife for right-of- to a level of the rialroad track. ANNUAL REPORT CITY OF HET FRNISH
has. way and borrow pits through furnishing new timber when T. J. Herring, minister. ANNUAL REPORT CITY OF OR(CHESTR\ IlRNISHES
their land near St. Marys river needed, and make the bridge Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. J. FERNANDINA NOW READY EXC'ELILE\ MUSIC TUES.
To become a manager, it is for State Road No. 3. had been safe and satisfactory, sixtee: I. Ogilvie, supt. Classes for all
first necessary 'to learn to man- tried at special session of circuit (16) feet wide, with guard rails. The second annual report of The meni i ,t the Fernan-
age yourself. court before Judge DeWitt T. Also, t grade up to level of th s. the City of Fernandina, year dina hetr
Gray on Friday, March 6th, and railroad track on the west sid, Morning worship at 11 o'clock., the City of Fernandina, year tibesu orchestraa c t,, be c1grat-
In the stone age they were that the jury rendered a verdict of said track, and grade from tht* The evening hour of worship is 1924, has recently been issued ilated .,n the excellentt music
l tdb he swon agew they w re allowing Mr. Campbell $150.00' top of the new bridge structaurt 7:3o. and is now available at the office furnished on Tuesday eveiling.
club women. now they are for the land in question o east side for suitable ap- Mid-eek prayer and raise of the city clerk, city building. A orchestra is very m h need-
club women. The following resolution was tproach to bridge, and also grading sericee Wdr yesday, 7 p.m..e rwasprepar- edIi leriandii
---: -m ^e^ src W nesday, 7:m0 p The report, which was prepar- ,1 i Frnandina ti
offered by Commissioner Owens, one foot higher through the low ,*-
Some go to social functions to seconded by Commissioner portion of the swamp, all grad- All members are expected to ed by City Manager E. C. Gar- en should lend a helin hand
have a good time and others go Shave, and adopted: ing to be wide enough for safe.t present, and extend a most i, s interesting. It deals with and give words ,t *.';couaage-
jut to be ored. RESOLVED, That the Honor- doule vehicle tnitation to strangers every phase of the city adminis- meant. A and s als :ded n
abljut to be bored. RESOLVED, That the Honoreenta- modoublevehicle traffic. You will be a STRANGER with traction, telling what has been ,those interested shun', call *.
able Senator and Representa-! It was moved and unanimow-- .15 hut once. done and a few of the things the meeting a-, s(il
America is the land of oppor- tives from Nassau county at the ;lv agreed that if Mr. Thomas todone and a few of the this the meetorganiz sone. s p' bible an
tunity, but land will not produce coming session of the Florida! would have the work done as city hopes to do, and is well organize one.
anything unless it is tilled. State Legislature at Tallahassee above outlined, including rais- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH worth the time and trouble of
in April are hereby requested ing and lengthening and repair- Sith a ---- reading. Go to the city hall and Slam the mosyuin id swat
The man who can make econo- and petitioned by the Board of ing the bridge, the board woui xt an lachua streets get a copy. the fly.
my popular is a:t patriot of the County Commissioners to use pay him the estimated cost Rev. 1W. T. Overstreet, pastor.
highest order, their utmost influence-and best repairing the old bridge in i t Regula services on Sundays ggiiiiirgi inirimiiiig i iniuHMMu inmnntnmn manmninniinr IIIillflfiIIII
efforts to prevent any change in present condition and location~ a.. nd and 7:45 p. m. S
Never mind what the world the present State Gasoline Tax two hundred ($200.00) dollar- Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. |
owes you-it's your ability to Law insofar as it provides that and provide necessary borrow Prayer mReeting Wednesday
collect that counts, the county portion of said State pits for the grading, Mr. Tho A hkind invitation is given to RX HA T R
If cha yotGasoline Tax Fund shall be equ-m as to protect the radir oe kidnlt I sg ie to
If you charge your had habits ally divided between all counties through the swamp with wha: rmices .
up to experience, they may not in the State. logs are available when finished. |
offset the gain. We feel that automobile traf- and, if it is mutually decided ad OD -T M C
fie uses the roads in all coun- ditional filling is needed ov,, MONDAY AND TUESDAY. MARCH 2:-'l
The early bird gets the worm ties, and hence all counties and above what Mr. Thomas -
perhaps, and sometimes he gets should receive an equal portion read agrees to do Mr Thornm. FIRST METHODIST
frostbitten, too. of said gasoline tax fund for will have same done with 1 CHURCH |
upkeep of roads, regardless of forces, for which Nassau coun' ** .o.**o**- **, %l.t. ,..
It's a difficult thing for a pro- where gasoline supply may be will pay avat the present cstima' "
mother to retire from business purchased. of forty (40) cents per cuk Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY MARCH -'2
with any reputation left. Chairman was requested to yard. D. A. Partin, Supt. E S A THRSA MAR --

send a copy of the foregoing re- All of this work to be undt, ," I I I
The fellow who makes a noise solution to Hon. J. E. Calkins. the direct supervision of Mr. and 7:30 Church Servicesp.
about charity beginning at Senator, and Hon. H. L. Ezell J. Youngblood, county uper- 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
home probably thinks that it is. and Hon. D. H. Petree, Repre- intendent of roads. --| WITH PRISCILLA DEAN MATT MOORE \\.\
Ssentatives. Regarding live shell hauled y Morning Subject: MAEWON J M
Neighbors don't need smoked Commissioner Higginbotham Cook brothers, the board decii- Why Some Have no Con- MAE WONG, J. F. MacDONALD AN
glass to see the ,elipse of the reported that he could get the ed that it could not pay more demnation." WALLACE BERRY
honeymoon. road built from Big Brandy than 3 per bushel for this shl. A thrilling story Scenes laid in Chin,
h Branch to Duval county line, be- the same being the price agreed Evening Subject: fires and general big action. Dean was t -
Perhaps our high per capital tween Baldwin and Mattox. at upon with Mr. H. J. Youngblood. "Obstructions on Way to fires and general big action. Dean was muadi famIi-
of law breakers is due to the $100.00 per mile for the stump- county road superintendent, and Ruin." in "Under Two Flags," and other plays ot .
multiplicity of laws. ing and grubbing, 32 feet wide, the clerk was requested to noti- A Comedy With This
iand the lump sum of $1,795.00 fy Cook brothers to come before The ,il"" m.npa1 e ACh i h
The fellow who wornie about for grading and ditching, as per the board Wednesday, March 2. '., pre.. we..i. w A,.i || 1,, .tilt 2
. who is boss never has much specifications approved by Corn- and make complaint if anyv to k FRI)AY. MARCH27
chance of becoming one,. missioner Higginbotham and H. made at that time. W.G. SRTICKLAND FR AY, MARCH 27
IJ. Youngbohmd. road superin- On motion of Commissioner Pastor
In the course of a few years tendent. Whereupon, upon mo- Ground, which was carried, thet,
the coroner will call it a natural tion of Commissioner Ground, road committee was authorized
deattl when the poor pedestrian the proposition was approved by to handle the matter of getting-WITH
jumps too late. the board, and the county attor- one mule for the county in th WITH LEWIS STONE HELEN CHADWIC AR
ney was requested to draw up a place of old mule. CARR, ALMA BENNETT HEDDA HOOPER
In the mad rush ot the age. eotract to be signed by Mr. 0. The county road superintend- & AND ILA LESLIE
the man whotakes time to B. Garrett and Brother. the con- ent was authorized to purchase |
think is always a few steps tractors. four hundred running fet 5x8 R A This cast w all show what may be expected ;n h pi
ahead. The board agreed to allow the stringers and 60 pieces of floor- Rich comedy runs all through this play. ad th
salary of bridge keeper at Kol-:ing 2x6x16 feet for repairs to ESTATE is handled with clever artistry.
Boys get more fun out of ar's Ferry to remain at $65.00 bridge over Boggy Swamp in the
working for "spending money" per month, and to permit the Fourth Commissioner's Di)trict- Also a Comedy Along to Start With
than they do out of any other bridge keeper to hand out hotel The road committee as au-
form of labor. cards as per request in letter re- thorized to advertise and 'r Noth Fourth Street
ceived from the Charlton County chase 25,.000 bushels of dead Opposite Potoffce
There's a time and a place board. shell for repairs to shell oad. SATURDAY. MARCH 2
.for everything, but too gotten The chairman reported on Ithe same to be delivered at Am- I JUST A KIND OF CHOW-CHOW PROGRAM .T
we don't know the one and can't status of right-of-way of Statejelia river drawbridge and Nar- EISIES MIXED WITH A LITTLE WILl) E T
find the other. Road No. 3 and the chairman rows creek. De .od to THA LITWLE IL (
S., .. and clerk were authorized to is-j It was agreed with ('hr...., Dvtoftandimoa.. Aes I NOTHING .LONGER THAN TWO REELS. IF Y

Friday. March 20, 1925

Saw Mill Labor

We are running day and night and
can use saw mill labor of all kinds.
Free quarters, extra healthful loca-
tion in hill and lake region.

Come Ready for Work

J. Ray Arnold Lumber Company
Groveland, Florida

}PHONE No. 0

PHONE No. 50




Office First Floor Waas


Opposite Post Office



J. W. Bleker. rector.
Fourth Sunday in Lent.
Holy communion. 7 :30 i. im.

Sunday school. It
Morning prayer
11 o'clock. Subject
a Spirit in Man, ai
of the Almighty
Evening prayer
7:30 o'clock. Subj
That Abide Foreve
Monday, l:0 p
Immediately af'te
missionary study
iary at the Guild h
Tuesday. 4:00o p.
Wednesday. 7:3
Thursday. 10 a.
Friday. 7::30 p.
Friday, 3:30o p.
Parish Guild.

Public notice is
that neither the
ers, Agents nor"
will be response
of any characi
by any officer
the crew of said
soever, other tha
Furthermore. wi
are contracted, t
agents will not

for p Iayment i f same unless
ldebtors have bills properly ap-
i'pod )V Malster of vessel and
keep in tll'c h with this office as
to vessel's departure, when they
will he notified time at which
;hteir bills must be presented at



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Se., li have spells of swimming in the i,, ,,,,, ,,.u. i.. ,,,in ... .ll
'4 114' head. poor appetite, constipation ., .,:
(f I l;.d a general no-account a t', '9 Il -, 4 ,1.d
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tfe lhinf, it is a sign your 0 *, I1 .2
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1)p. mFRAN K MIZI I.I..
Dependable remedy for all dis- \. i.,,1 ; ,x ut ,,t-,.4 ',t.\,
i.. h, orders in the liver, stomach and ... .
bowels is Herbine. It acts pow- ,,,...n f. :... ,-
C fully on the liver, strengthens -- -.
nm.. scr ict, bh b I s l1IETRAT41 m%
M '.. st. Pet'. digestion, purifies the bowels .L IATI- VI
and restores a fine feeling of inHt energy, vim and cheerfulness. \'r'.I: 'iEs ,'E ini.I:Nv,;ivi:. N '
OTIICE Price 60c. Sold by J. Geo. Suh- 9..'. MAiT.- .Il ,A', .. "'
i'er. Fernandina and Conner t,; ta,.-nt.. .,nn.1 ,, nl. ,
th, ,' at. ,f .a,'k Mn .1z,-ll. d,
h-rtIc i I 'ig ( o.. ('allahan. !...- ,h t s,-,,,n .t n r .: ,f M
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( -. l' s This Am erican liberty of .'. ''4",nt .l--ll-,f '. andt '.. r ith '
k(l24t Spir f 4 '[ t4s \y0.- tu Finrii.9 it ills .t..
S S ".FN.\ which we boast makes it possi- ; nt ,rt .u-
S. -Eh l" I'll\ "f i".f iirdnli. Fl,,rl.i
Iie for debts itle for every community to be- ,in. 'n:. i>,.:.harge a;s s.4-i' A.,;n
.. t4,, L'L'tt! .'nTle what it wants to be- and ,'. .d at th sane tiniut I
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! .- Ii lder t'tihned Ii there was moru'e exe' ise in beat- 1,,.: ,, ,, ,,. ,. .,:.
eit, rt sponsible ing a rug than in playing golf? ~ i.'. .i I:.K'.
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feel I41'. 4."t%%4,4,1hundre~d :444
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I Ais-' i...~z:ining 7 atI the riscrth
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MOre Good


To Go At Prices That Will Interest You

Two 1924 Coupes, Tour-

ings, Roadsters, Trucks, Chassis

-Trucks and Tourings. One

Buick Roadster.

All in A-1

condition and priced right to

go in a rush.


Lasserre Motor Company I

Phone 141


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Some folks have th,. idea that
Ito get great riches, it is nec-
essary ito keep one's conscience
in a state of siuspeni,-d anima-
'i, n i, most of the tinit..

V\ ery)body's going ',mewhere
his summer, accordi,:g to the
;itumanlld for touring iP ",rmation.
i\'ho's going to stay o m>e and
it' th6 work?

Girls who regard moth- as labor-saving l'i 's may
.vish some day they !i,( learned
'iow to boil water \\ 'hnit burn-
ing it.


r 1.-....... Watch for ... * of
S* \ -". ." '.. \.. t ,,,,., Si: ....., .... w orm s in your (.1i,',', These.
", .. r : 'i'' parasites are the t ',., ,ist ro -
,".. ,,.,.. ... -* ,, i:...,.. +rs of child life. I: havi.
S ..:' reason to think h a
S, .. act qu .
', ." ...*., ', T i,4,i.,4, .. ~.- little one a d '.. ,' A., 0t
R O:f. W : .: ,, -:. ..r W white's C r e a r' V..'' nifug.'
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.. \ '.. time-tried and --'i rtm-
w -i .'.;..' edy is used. Ii t'. t tht
.. , I ,,, worms and r '. 'n-,. ro,
-- hue of health i, ,4: k .
Now,4 and then you will find Price 35c. Sold *; Suh
a good pool player who is good rer. Fernandi:. '
at something else. Drug C(o., Callat.:

4. -

.4. .-

Nassau County People!

-Eat at the-


Center Street
Bet. Front and
Second Streets

Opened Sunday, MarchI






':- T I- 'V Tt N. ,,: -I z 1,,T L f

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mornings are given to military
Sinwstruction, the afternoon to
ea wa to own a Ford athletics, recreation and oc-
casional ceremonies. The even-
i f igs until 10 o'clock, and Satur-
O --Or at SOme uture afternoons, are given to rest
and entertainment.
ate- ee the nearest A Every precaution is taken to
a -t 1 11 om 1 IN do 1 111'f "I'l 1"ih

thorized Ford Dealer tor

facts regarding a conven-

ient plan of payment, or


....*e**....."*"""""******.........I.. *.... .........
otor Company, Dept. N.
Detroit. Michikan
.e ful pltic'il &rrearding your ea
. ing an utomobile.

\,i l !n 1 imn lt-tiin precautions
account t fwor the rigid treatment
,hat every applicant be vacci-
nated against smallpox, and take
* he typhoid prophylaxis. Army
surgeons, dentists and trained
.urses are constantly on the


Instruction is given in hy-
ienlle. first-aid, care and pre-
,'rvation of health, and sanita-
Special attention is given to
diet and an abundance of excell-
Ln'. well-cooked food is provided.
S Approval.
Churchmen, educators, busi-
'cess and professional men and
women, fraternal and civic so-
'ieties commend these camps.
The authorities of the Univer-
.ity of Florida recommend that
voung men supplement their
education n with this training.


wrte us ir)ec


iFord PII

:plan for' own

Friday. March 20. 1925

Ctffl uidDrc ST


-*-.-'-. ............-.-.--..-.....-.."..,.........:...... I DATES ANNOUNCED FOR
/ FOR C. M. T. ARE JULY 2-31
4 The Florida Society of America Will Pay The 1925 Citizens' Military
I.; Trdining Camps for Florida meni
F II lorida, and Camp McClellan.
SN A \Alabama, July 2nd to July 31st.|
Last year 1200 Florida boys
S0 l N applied for admission to these:
-,nips and Florida will try to
I For the Name of a Product Which Is Best' n itida'l rco

j Suited for Manufacture in Florida i the it ilit
t! : ita for the Citizens' Military
*.Iill ,11 Sill' there in naomeaee wvbo know, or Thr I ,rida oi t of aerin ele iig Camps, and furnishing
hau' i. ha, product hI e ib uaslled for .ma. efactarrIe n drefd industrial grae*oth ile"f the siNte- ho aln h he furnishing
7 t. ar. ,,. ,a Itirid. o" a (, rred anr d not ne"'rmitled t o scr.. ,p in hal- ; i'i )n(' men in proportion to the
hlar"'" "'".".'.aer that e. ""r ""ne- '"""eaa' "- in~ i ppulat ion than any other State,
,. h, ,,,sRd dollars in *ash will lee paid that hr ,ld h"'eh ea, i..*ue t, an .t r ..inl ,' tl. ". ,,.acs,''olrding to B. C. Riley, Civilian
P .r.nh..r i-r t ,eflat ..a p. irt iT a n e-ruirmmit,. .e. e i\de for Florida, who says:
A n hioule nd dollar more are I to be dintribuatrd r i t e*hat c fti 3t 90'nlr threhinr-,. ht to- 1"0 vt,1ry ud take ng madva n Flo ridaf the
S., ,. ..** r other .ow ot ad uogtl o.. a to ..hat e.,n..nafa.ard in i rda :.:. 'ther %i"w. th shouldd take advantage of the
pr.od e...h,,Id 'he nanufatr.ured in there lhern ..- ,portunity to get a month's
S,...%, *.-: a na, know th,-e ,,'--%"-.,r a little- reform .,e a n v: ation at government expense
a ,rm the imfeer unati.,,, .,.--n ar 1, fi. ,d a. j %- attending the Citizens' Mili-
she'. ti"hri- aSebety ft Amsaerrica. apon,,r. of the Eterybod). ev r,"ehera. is isihh. t, c-ns rte, .'.' ar Training amaps whic wil
I'l, riaa idustlri l l OM Ie. amtn to know what tbhee the lrI. | loridra i nladlltril 4on4ettitiii, .. ins
A pre.iudats are'! T"he rb et, thrie. ghi. Its fonader angd -* hchl again this summer.
I,re..-is'n'. J..rph W- "O-g. lrha n aside the rnnd "our' "piontni, ,o natne her irir ,int,,,in pr, Tlhese training camps are not
X ..m of s e **-.InM IOm revsrd foi.r la.oe iwho "ill het an iot her it a rnol. h i e i elul h Il. ., primarily military camps, but
h 6.u ... If, Nth e luti .o. thi problems. fn arr p great summer citizenship
Th 1, le.relda l triall t tent, has bren fib a *11"*11" fn ,1a1h : 1"-%Ih, 1 u 1. like t' s hools, w here the poor boy gets
*ll I,, Ithe I'lorda oaie** *.a a a giuidln~e brl.r I r .%1 all the advantages of outdoor
ste- indnntrial progrenn, of the state. lI a.e n f lt it hfr. ....It i rt ermp life which only the weal-
S I l..ri.ln. i is agreed. In dertllned to hrcome or e of r thv can get in private camps.
the1 msl impOrtat cenlater, of induktrlial artliitl. 'rTo letter eesider the-r lrlelrn,e froesem al: .l le All young men between seven-
.noeestal,'iringf. and rommaerre in the world. Its pro- 4 1 lll neti (nleis.te Inf'andtin abu,, l. *r .,twenty-four years pf
lrr%-s in thin direction ban been retarded foar the reap- ani twent-tour ears w
aon Ih. l'lerida hoa bee.n known chiefl an a niIle'r Thin Informataion. ,to.gee-r ,ith detailed .eap.i.- ;ge of good character, who can
r..r< en. ru tkrt *.r.. ... <.... .a.. or athe iortda Industrial n.,.test. the- r,... ,,nl Pass the physical examination
A Floridaa i ,otl for the few alone-it in for the multi- the lint of prizes. illI i,.e eil.-ad .ea I: anl ** :!i present themselVes for VOl-
S tInda s! Io neoi makiai roome for lad ,r.y anid r wn- ITIIIOIT 01.1llATI441\ .up.s ree,. ar i,.ip t t i ttarv training may be admit-
S dMe tr.'. lpertuer-the BIorklaxg lan. ar'upon. properly filled aoo1. ., -
ed t" (tcamIp.
S\ \WVhat the Government Offers.
i \ L n The government pays all ex-
A\ 1, --i n- r' railroad fare to and
U I r mni the camps, meals, shelter,
J\ ;m it')m and equipment. e
A THE \ in addition to the military
SFLORIDA \ training, special attention is!
INDUSTRIAl \ C ot paid to athletics, and the care of 0
T AL health. There is ample oppor-
S CONTEST o tunity for entertainment. (
*' ente.l ) plrartment Athletics are very important I
X rut: OUlDA soi:'ri ii ,i th'e training at these camps,
S l -d Th Florida Sociey of America
. Th \ Flotrida S citfIEUd UbIUj HlII d saving, wrestling, boxing, ten-
Pi..a.....nd .me free ..r .are \ i+ 's. handball, volley-ball, foot-
'.: "'"lor"d'"'. .".'., \ h"o- O L LW OD all practice, baseball, track
*et. enta.,l ia inf....or ion whr- will \ ". Y Wnd field events.
be helpful to me In entering think eoapllon. \ High schools will send their
NA: .N T. FLOR IDA st athleticu to camp and a
AI*1 SS .. \ I ,lumber will be represented by
assau...e. athletic c teams, which will be
4.-+.4+::-:: +:..:...:._.,....> ..... "" permitted to wear their high
*school colors and compete in the
athletic contests on the various
J-field days.
:--:":+ ':---......---- There are four courses of mil-
itary instruction: Basic Red,
PITY YE POOR EDITOR this paper teeds bread with his and Wisconsin is no (;ar(den of Advanced Red, White, and Blue.
shoes on: he needs bread with Eden in the winter time.-Mel- Each course requires a month's
It is reported that one of the his shirt ,n: he needs bread with rose (\\isc.) Chronicle. traiends for the firsg man whotime
fastidious nelv married ladies his pants on: and unless somc must take the Basic Red course,
of this town ktadis bread with of the delinquent subscribers to Those quick to recoInl'iz/e the after which he may be permitted
her gloves on. This incident this "Old Rag of Freedom"l faults of others are generally to take the Red, White and Blue
may be somewhat peculiar, but pony up before long, he will need i able to do so because they have courses of advanced work in
there are other-. 1 he editor of bread without a damn thing on,i the same kind. that branch of the Service in
_which he wishes to specialize.
III,, l II- .. ..-HH II H- UaI "The courses follow each other in
order during successive sum-
Instruction will be given in
the following branches: Infan-
Str^^i- < avalry. Field Artillery,
P r (Coast Artillery, Engineers and
.Signal Corps. -
Special prizes and trophies are
SJriven for excellence in military
activities and athletics. These
a:re medals, cups, banners and
useful articles.
Daily Duties.
If *you a The normal training day is
if you are interested in an 1',m 7:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. The

Al w, ty



Exact Copy of Wrapper.


For Over

Thirty Years


0 Mrs. Allen Sauls. Jr., of Jack-
I CALLAHAN NOTES sville, visited home folks in
i I (Callahan this week.
) -0. l)r. (. I-. Smith vitised Jau-k-
Callahan, March 17.-Mr. J. sonville this week.
C. Jones motored to Fernandina Mr. and Mrs. R. A. )Ogilvi amul
Monday. UMrs. (. Ogilvie visited Jauk-
Mr. Robert Gupton, of Madi- sonville Tuesday.
son, spent Sunday here with his
parents. ONE IN TEN
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spurlock
visited Jacksonville M6nday. I Neglecting a little wound, icu
Mr. S. A. Bryan, of Starke. or abrasion of the flesh may inI
was in Callahan Monday. nine cases out of ten cause n1,
Mr. S. A.Ogilvie and MN. great suffering or mc v.
Ralph Ogilvie made a business !ienc, but it is the ,Oe v'ase il,
trip to Fernandina Monday. ten that causes blood po)iinJ.
Mr. W. F. Conner visited Jack- lxockjaw or a chronic ftsteriWrW
onville Monday. sore. The cheapest. safest and
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh xo. M. best )lurst is to disiit't th
A. A. Dixon and Mrs. Ralph wound with liquid 1orz.i,. ama
Parker and daughter. Bernice.apply the Iorozon1e lwt. r -,
of Evergreen. visited R. A.' complete the healing pro, s.
Ogilvie and family oin Sunday. Price (liquid) :0c, 60c andl $1 .2.
Ogivie and family on Sunda.k Powder 3)0 cand 60c. Sold 1,,,
Mr. Buford Spears, of Jack- Powder ,0c and 61k. Sold I,
sonville, was in Callahan Sun- J (;Ge. Suhrer. Fernanilina anrl
day. Conner i)rug Co.. Callah:in.
Miss Caroline Lang. of Jack-
sonville. visited her parents on The woman who s;ii(i i:,,
Sunday. heard the president kis- the 1il,
Mrs. Julia Wilson spent a few ; '. over the radio, has a keen in-
days this week in Jacksonville. agination. if nothing n1 ,.0,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Braddock
and son, Vinton. of Yulee. were Honest men alway- >:.. a lai,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. eral supply of comm us.-ne.
W. Hodges for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Gupton ,.
and Miss Padgett motored to L GRUNWA'II
Jacksonville Saturday. 1GUNW I
The boys" basketball team of. Optometrist and .Ma.ter
Fernandina played here on Fri- Optician
day against the Callahan team. A -Derects orf %.i..... ,iIiII-
The game was a hot one and Cully 'Corr-,,i-
each player did his best. Ezelle "_
and Patterson for Callahan did
fine playing. Ezell scoring six
times and Patterson once. Fish- M.ik-freh and
ler and Wingo scored for Fer- You want
nandina, Wingo four and SW-.,l ,,, ,
Fisher two. The score was
fourteen and eleven in favor of
Callahan. I
Mrs. G. E. Gupton and Mrs.
Henry Wilson ,visited Jackson- POWDERED MILK
ville Monday. UnaIorminqu
S", rrMlk favor. C(!
Mr. D. B. Newsome spent Sat- Excllent tor d- -
urday and Sunday in Taylor's a.,e;pt a r
Creek, Ga.
Mr. T. B. Wells, Sr. visited S. M. IW. 'K
Jacksonville Tuesday. --







(Formerly Smith's Restaurar.

Sea Food Dinners
a Specialty


Fr Infants and Children.

Mothers Know That

Genuine Castona




Frida.. %art'h "2 1925 NASSAU COUNTY LEADER. FI Ij\ NI)INA. FLORIDA Page Five


-t airinJ, Lui' ed o, Tfhe fifth annual ntmeeting ot Way t Stop M
at. .-,m ,In'> ,.U u.-: the S,,uth Ath ntic ( coastal High- IlU!
'lo! r .pen.di:; wtek way .\sscitlion will be held in' Crr-~i, coughs and chestcoldsoften
e .it, hi '. r... Janckl~ u illi. Florida. April 1th lea,, more trouble. Not
is, .,.stS infection itsef danger ,bu t
e>- e ;ds IId Tlhe mellc tin bids the :.:at coghing s nd
i, ,1 ; x I: elt tt* 'ly d and '. fd e styou
v. ] ,.,,, f ni benefit to the or ariea- i : d r
Ilies' W white Kid Pumps-New Shades o,. h .>,,,,d. ;, hal.l:. ,il, tr. ,lI,-ea ,,tith a ,e- OW uhI
Rollin's Silk Guaranteed Hosiery, $1.50 -, 1to I,-w!rnf -s 'T or deff ,ise. I o- e-, del
"e)0e. At j)"I"l "ThC t,, t herst .bbonlelt Coughoft
a n d $ 2 0 0 C h i l d r e n s a n d M i s s e s 3 4 1i"i.n'ki t.- an osds :tIcaternd u
hda... i j tIi Ig b hsn r1 t r, 'frigth qu arthi- honeiand111
il w hl A1 *tk I J '. --I')"( s1 .,akes xutqxs Go 49 Miles Xe-
Sox, All Colors, and the New Non- :w iJ < akes Autos Go 49Miles -
\V 1X1 l~hat wo is the ^"^c,,.rn On One Gallon of GaS Cta,. ,.-odo
Wrinkle Neck wear for Men. We'll II n og on oo,.,o, k
u rnkle Neckwear for M en. Ve ,l,' tor-. The present ^e-: O. Oeev to G nont young chddri--S.
"1 i.. g lU*iit U;;!:( n bv ,*tL' s*-tc SIOtX FALLS. S. Dak.- fors: -fnty tt B
I) p s er y et le u. i t, ','alortiont th,. ..J .ames A. May of 4408-C lacotah overn,- ..' rt ugetDr.Be'& Only
10th prOSper if you let us serve you. s o to island ,.- ldg.. hs perfected an amazing 30Icat .
1 * 'nst I !;tin which w I., r.atif i,,, ,onsumption, removes all carbon. D
v th e( pepl, ,,f Fl i:st ginera t.h-cl l ti.L. i'.,. re*- overheating. Many cars have
)pportinnini )i f ti ht S.t .: will made over 9 miles on a gallon.
it Nas-,aii ounlv to .. re- Any oIK can install it in tive
ntat ive a0 nd ."... ;'< l di- (_minutes. Mr. May wants agents,--
ide (Inr Iseitor i'"' l,;1k,.r and is offering to send one freeI Send Your Dyeind
0 : i orn'v, which ivs half a to <)It.e auto owner in each local- I
,, ,, i alitmi, n mi nmkt v it- *ity.- Write him today. '-16 an Cleaning T
'. ,' E:. ENSUING YEAR PLAY FRIDAY EVENING WRITES OF FERNANDINA .The St. Patrick's party at St. 611flin Mi JaC Tile. Fla.
NoMrs. ettie I. l'Jr2' passed -Joseph's Hall on Tuesday even- 6. at.
odg 795 nefthplaseway ,,l her h., : loss ing was well attended. The W prcpay parcel postage
-'.., .. Lodge No. 795, B. One of the prettiest plays of We reproduce the following. .1. :; t 8 \rear in r e on, rtr Flra'st
I 8 8 es, music( for the dancing. was fu
o ed officers Mon- the season was given at the Rex from the Charlotte, N. C. O; ast hirthd:-. being Feb. 22nd. nished by the Fernandina or- and finest equipped french
h : r the ensuing year. Theatre on Friday evening to a server of recent date: Irs. i'rden often isid h.r ch tira, co)mposedl of Mrs. P. J. dry cleaning and steam
S**:,.,. suiting as follows: packed house, in connection with "I'm just back from the mo- ,)s, ('01. N. I. Bordt'en at1(t McAleavy as pianist, Louis Fer- dyeing plant.
i,: .ler-Albert D. Si- an excellent picture given by intert-sting trip I think I cv. ,m orden the lttt'r ha- ieira and. Joe Dana, violinists;-
Mr,.. A. ownerof- te ha -i.. -. n.i1 passed awaivy three yvetts eor'e SiIllgrove. saxophone,
e, a R. L. A. Boyd,. owner of the had," said Mr. J. F. Williams, ol Mrs. odemn endeared he.- and Charlie Hall, drummer. The
f m. tl reading Knight- Rex. V illiams & Shelton. yesterday. elf o all with whom sh" caie p i-ceeds from the evening's en-, .I l
u,-.. S a lplayt a.wr tte n and ars "I have been to Fernandina. n contac v her sweet, gentle tertainnent will be used to pu-' .. ,, v <;,V: ..
It. .. i Loyal Knight-J. T. ranged by Mrs. M. W. Purvis, of Flak. where I visited Mr.a i,- S "siming christ character-. chase necessary equipment for ',; ". ,t, i
-rw. York, the scene being a Mrs. F. E. Hernandez, very dear e sn, Col. N. Borden, of the or-htr "
F :1- n-iLecturing Knight western camp with soldiers play- friends of mine for some years, ri-m.nandina, and Ruffin Greyv ': r
f:. LJ ,,. I.Kng games, who were Mr. Wayne and as their guest I had the ;orden, of Moss Point. Miss. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE c t 'le
Sn '-M. L. Griffin. Mejunkin, H. D. Lohman and most interesting time of my life. t s ympathy of many FOR FLORIDA PROPERTY r *r.. ..T
h -,tu..r-P. J. McAleavy. J. L. Armstrong. The sailor was Their hospitality was the most 'ien atis rnatin. or i r ;r 'T Ttheir
T'iir-l-. R. Hopkins. Mr. Sidney Pons, of Jacksonville. delightful that could be imagin- -ad hofi.r of hereavement. :20 acres of land located neamr :,'1n 4 t'
elegte to Grand Lodge Con- M. L. Giffin., the "Dreamer," ed. I was treated as a prince. I Silver City, Grant county, New, .
.;T, -,Kis Goldstein. ing, while the Florida girls ap- time I lived a year. it seemed. in: proved. 70 acres in meadow
TriI -D. A. Kelly. peared handsomely gowned, who pleasure and fascinated interest. .1( oo( 0(0 Company wants lands. 2Q head of fine cattle r"* "
were Miss Nell Dai, Mis s Rosa "I go to see M. and Mrs. Her- ma to sell Watkins Home Ne- go with the place. For further -
May Humphreys and Miss Chris- nandez every winter, always ;en- essities ini Fernandina. More information write S. M. Ford. LOST OR STRAYED
Send Your Steam Dyeing. Clean- tine Morse. The Fgench girl joying their loyal hospitality. h:,n 150 used daily. Income Callahan. Fla. 3-27 ___
in, and Pressing to was represented by Miss Theo- but on this trip I had my fir-!' 35-$50 w ekly. Experience un- 1! l stted Has
M11. ITTHEW HA Y WOOD dosia Kelly. The role of Red deep sea fishing-20 miles 1: ,ccessarv. Write Dept. H11-7. A man who wants to be of real u ut spo
N.:i St., Bet. Center anmd Coss Nurse was presented by in the ocean. We caught main iThe J. t,. Watkins Comoany. 62- service to his neighbors 'should s, all rt on right ar. Stra..
I ..l S te. Mrs. P. J. McAleavy, Mother by ass and other big fish. TI. 1) est Ia st.. Memphis, lay in a good supply of up-to- from Lofton. Notify A
Alachua Streets Mirs. Hattie Hernandez and the boat was comfortable and d T 4- date garden tools. Freeman, Chester, Fla.
Satisfaction Guaranteed B3lind Soldier by Mr. Geo. E. lightful and was in charge g1 ,,
Phone 158 Wolff, who was being led by his Captain McNiel and Joe Denegal,
_______daughter, Miss Frieda Swearin- splendid men. Our party co -
Igen. Mrs. John Cone read the sisted of Mr. and Mrs. Hernl'
monologue of the play in a clear dez, J. M. Hough, Clarence F.
TItt l PPlSu ind distinct voice. The soloists, reira, captain and mate.
A &Mrs. E. Molnar. Mrs. M. W. Pur- "Coming back from the occ;;
; Nose" 1111, t .1,11Z v'is and M. L. Griffin, delighted through Cumberland sound. .i;-
an uuoam dS the large audience with war off old Fort Clinch-an old0( f
up a n _P ;1" songs, while Miss Helen Kelly. that has been there for vta.
AGAINST MALARIA accompanist for the evening, and years at the entrance to t llrin 1
a played familiar war melodies. harbor of Fernandina, we s'iIl
The last scene was Miss Bes-. two immense whales. We w.1II1
* 4... v....U <>i. nIercfrnrhl in the United States flag, the the captain wanted to know ho:'.
an ini rnntrepifl audience singing "Star Spangled close we would go to them. \I
: nilUIIUIill COnUaUIIlL Banner," which carried out the i told him close enough, but n.a
:i:nnn spirit of the play, and which too close, so he piloted us t -
UUEUE1J + ended one of the most attrac- within 30 feet of the largi-t
n e, .s~land Citsara^ Xive plays staged i Fernandina. whale. Being so much of an u;'-
RI Riek a ewinhr.- Y A neat sum was realized for lander I did not feel any too cop
GENERAL REPAIRING the American Legion Auxiliary fortable, but didn't say anythii-

.3. where we stopped, we suppose!
a RV^.:ns a r.....". / Slam the mosquito and swat was about 60 feet from th -l 1
________ _the fly. whales. The whale was aboiv

++44:se++444.***:+X**:+:*+.xWx.+++++*:+cox+:+:*+++.w>.><**>+.*W raised its head it looked like tht 1 U l
N S, end of a box car. The captaii ^

said he had a swift boat and ii
'the wahle attacked or pursued
"-us, he could out-run him. 'He
X '- said he didn't think the whall-
Motorists |! "dm Sale Starts
K V 17 1 = 'Y would rise up but would keep his I S a l Sa rts
X head under water. It is a rarely
en at the nd k where they thing to have a whale in south-
Are often at the end of their wits to know herhern waters. It hardly ever hap-
can have repair ork on their cars properly done--how pens that whales come int
to avoid the ah-olute butchery that is often inflicted southern waters, but if the: I

u ca s %was intensely interested after 7
This garage oftlr, you the opportunity to have your getting over my rather uncomn-
repairs made in Ihe proper manner hv mechanics who portable feeling at first sight ei -
S KNOW THEIR ISNESS and who have long since "We hada delightful trip. I t O Oe
passed the experimental stage in motor mechanics. got ba yesterday Wt tra The G oods and Fixtures M ust Go!

S You pay only for the actual time honestly consumed in I Sou rFoda is wild overrn
the work. 'Lthe subject of growth, increaseAA
h or Of Population and business. I BE ON HAND EARLY !
Vulcanizingusne ssi there, especially in and Get Your Pick While the Picking Is Good
about Miami. It seems that the:
We have recently added an up-to-date VULCANIZING whole business world is there'
DEPARTMENT to our business and have an exper- mand that everybody is making
ienced man in char. ewho does nothing else. We can hole facher the earthei covefr-H 0 A v r th
repair your tire a ood as any body and guar a tee ed with people. but North Car-
S* satisfaction. ohlina is good enough for me. I
a.was glad to get out of the push

SLasoloce Motor ComonV |o"-:d erSEE BIG CIRCULARS FOR DETAILS

Page Six

Our Policy
*as always been to keep the assets of our
institution thoroughly liquid. Our mem-
Iership in the Federal Reserve System
,complishes this aim to a degree previously
impossible. In the Federal Reserve Bank
have an unfailing reservoir of cash
)btainable in exchange for commercial
paper which we hold.

4 Per Cent. Interest Paid On Savings Accounts



Phone 245 for fresh oysters. Wood, good wo,,d. Phone 69.





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

City Treasurer and Collector I
arch 2, 1925. .
.... Iff IIII [ml |14Xl4Uwimii iiititiiii "",,... .... ,.., mmi,. lliii Hiiumau ii im lumniulnnama nn tiu m numu ,.m m..i.u l

Wood, good wood. Phone '.'.
-Trade at Home---
Miss Kate Rutishauser, Ot
Jacksonville, spent the wek--
end here as the guest of iher
mother, Mrs. J. C. Rutishau-,r.
-Trade at llome-

Mr. and Mrs. N. B BBordi-
and the latter's mother. Mrs S.
Reynard, motored to Jacks tn-
ville Friday.
-Trade at Home-

John Nolan, who has been a
patient at St. Vin (ent's hospi-
tal, Jacksonville, for the past
two weeks, where ht success-
fully stood two operations, re-
turned home Tuesday, which
will he good news to hi.s friends.
-Trarde at I*lme-
Col. N. B. Iordedi was called
to the bedside of his mother at
Moss Point, Miss. last week, re-
maining there until after their
2"u..... 1 ...... n i_ s a

&w'ter Silti

oveltfefs in the tapesitry
miaA ahys, chokers, pearl
neeklacea, bracelets. yunities,
er"e*Sv, rosaries and AMu-
dreds of other articles with
which to remember tho a you
t/or at Caster time.


-_n at 1100-raet r ia torn- lunerai services, his mother hav--
FOR SALE- Willow baby Mr. and Mrs. Jai. W. Sim- Harry Barker, of Jacks.!1- ing died. He returned on Mon-i
FOR SALE-Willow baby Mr. and Mrs. no. W. ening
carriage. Phone 223. mons, of Jackson ville, spent v h nt the week-eandd hnt day evening.
-T-a, a --- Sunday afternoon very pleasant- with his uncle and aunt, Mr. ; -Tde a --
FOR SALE-Young Black Mi- ly in Fernandina. M Miss Emma Soderiuest, of
.-Trade at Monet--Trade at Ilonse-
norca Hens. Louis A. Klarer. -Tr-- H. La of Jack.- Jacksonville, has accepted a
-Trae as ... Mrs. E. Molnar and Mrs. E. F. vi H. Lasserre. of Jneda cks position with the Southern Bell
WANTED-To buy house in Morse are attending the State city, the guest of his son, C. \\ Telegraph &Teleho Co. and REAL ESTATE IS ACTIVE
Fernandina. Write Box 762. Federation of Woman's Clubs Lasserre. Mrs J W. th ovell af her amiother, IN ILLIARD SECTION
-Tre at -at Orlando this week.-Trade atHome- Mrs. J. W. Lovell, a family, IN HILLIARD SECTION
av-tTr-.- --rrde Hoo- while in Fernandinia
WANTED-Roll top desk. --Trd t, """Io- VMr. and Mrs. II. W. Hall, of -Trade at, ,,,,,-_ After several years of re-
Apply at this office. FO R R E N T -. Furnished Tampa, hve been the guests F. C. Ferreira arri in the andt depression, the town
--'eas a me-.. apartment. Private bath. Mrs. relatives fere for the past s\'- t erlea arrived in the verses and depression, the town
-Trade d atH Saha Ck h d h l. city on Wednvs(da% from Talla- of Hilliard emerges with a spirit
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Sahlman stJa. Chadwick. Beech and 7th eral days. at n hassee, having Btained a leave ofoptimism that augers well for
have returffed frm a trip to street. radt3-27 -Trader-of absence from t ie S. A. l Rv optimism that auger well for
points in South orida Albert Hirth, of St. Augu- for thabse fremmr Ferr. 1, ts future.
-Trae at no..i.- Mrs. A. Mahoney will arrive tine, is spending a month w' or plansto opn the .lett Fihing The income from eggs alone is
WANTED REMT -Par in Fernandina on Sunday and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Camp April 1.t ,igger andibet- over ten thousand dollars per
WANTED TO RENT-Parwill spend some time with rela- Hirth. terthanever. month with evidence of enlarged
of store by April 1st. Phone tive- and friends. -Trade at Home- yards in every direction from
-,22. at ,, -Trade. at H..- Chicks from our heavy laying -Tra".e at "">r- the town.
Cash paid for Shark Fins and FOR SALE OR FOR RENT- Tom Barron strain White Leg- Dr. G. talph Wolff and fa- The tubercular tested dairy
Terrapins. Young Wah Laun- House, 7 rooms, bath and ga- horns, $12 per hundred, April ily, of Mobile. Ala., arrived on herd which is owned by Dr.
dry. rage. on lot 50x100 feet at 117 and May delivery. The Bagnall Saturday and were the guests of A. L. Kennan is a challenge to
--Trade St H ISo. Sih st. P. 0. Box 286. Poultry Farm, Midway, Fla. the former's parents. Mr. and dairy men who are planning to
FOR SALE Seven-room -Trade at ..ome- -Trade at Home- Mrs. Ceo. E. Wolff, until Yester- ship milk to Jacksonville at an
house and lot on Seventh street. Send your dyeing and lean- day, when they left for their early date.
Write P 0 Box 194 tf S.t A. Ogilvie and R. A. Ogilvie, i to Rogers & Jones 611 home. They made, the trip in A number of real estate trans-
of Callahan, spent Monday in the ng their car fers have been recorded in the
-ade at ROUTheNDte Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. N% I their car.
Scity. The former is State Con- Man JacksonvF -Trade ,,ome. past six months with reports of
S. Versaggi and son, John, of vict Labor inspector. prepay parcel postage on returr- much building and improvement
St. Augustine, were in the city _--raeo .. ..t.- ing Mrs. C. W. Lasserre and lit- from well authenticated sources.
Tuesday and Wednesday. S f t kidd--t *,- tle son, Charles, returned yes- Among them are: Transfer of
-Tesday and Wednesday. Shop for the kiddies at the Mr. and Mrs. II. '1. llopkin- terday from Atlanta, Ga., where poultry farm from Mr. Miles
Gift Shop. Rompers and Pantie of Jacksonville, spent the weel- they went on Sunday, Mrs. Las- Hauser to Bob Mathias, the vet-
Raymond Wolff, of Jackson- dresses for little folks from 2 to end here as the guests of th,, serre having taken Charles there eran poultry man; the erection
ville, spent the week-end here 6 years. Phone 223. latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. to consult a specialist in regard of a new building by the Haus-
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. --rde at m- T. Swearingen. to Charles' condition, which he ers on the Franklin property
Geo. E. Wolff. A. A. Dixon and daughter, -Trade at Ion,,e- pronounced as satisfactory. just south of town: the erection at HIme- ,Mrs. C. R. Parker, and the lat- F0R SALE-14 head young -Trade at Hne- of a new garage and service sta-
FOR RENT Five-rooms term's little daughter, were here! oxen and 2 log carts completely Mrs. J. L. Poer and niece, Miss tion by Tom Blake; the erection
downstairs, kitchen and bath from Lessie yesterday., equipped for logging. Pri"e Marguerite Anderson, of Mayo, of a new residence by Garland
room. unfurnished. Mrs. S. Sal- -radea at n reasonable. Lasserre Motor C(., arrived on Wednesday to spend Gordon; the purchase and re-
vador. St. Augustine, Fla. G. C. Braddock, one of the telephone 141, Fernandina. Fla. several days as the guests of the modeling of Stokes property by
-Trad Home....- prosperous farmers of the Les- -Trade at Hom.r- former's daughter, Miss Gussie Mr. J. A. Whitman. S. C. Brock
Mrs. Chas. M. Binnicker and sie section, was a visitor to Fer- Mrs. Sam Sayler and t ,o May Poer, who is one a member has purchased the Stump pro-
little daughter, of Jacksonville. nandina on Saturday. children, of St. Peetrshurg, who of the faculty of the Fernandina perty and has made substantial
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. -Tr.m at ua..- have been the guests of Mr. and High School. improvements, while other deals
C. S. Binnicker. Several letters were received Mrs. Walter Sayler. left on Sun- -Trade at Home..... are going athrough-a worthye
-Trade a"t Home- by air mail service on Tuesday day for their home. Mr. C. Perry, of Greenville, half of the county.
l -Tool- ---.. ....r____-k....R1Q .-..Mr. C. W. Perry, of.Greenvil, half of the county.

Mr. an rs. Jack Hubbell are from Easign.Anthony Brady,
receiving congratulations over U. S. N., mailed from San Diego,
n th o{ltah fine daughter, CE sn Brady is on his
way *
-.---- --- -

Coming Out!


\\V, carry a full line of Peterman's Insect Exterminator
and other well known brands of insect and vermin ene-
mi,:s. One killed now saves the trouble of killing thous-
aIds later.


- ~4

Horsey's Drug Store

S--r'rade a, h,,- S. C., representing the A. A.-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1). Up- Haack Sales System, is in the
,'hurch, of St. Augustine, spent city, having arrived on Tuesday
Sunday in the city, the guest- to put on a big sale for Morris
of Mrs. Upchurch's parents, sIr. Fisher, who has purchased the
and Mrs. C. J. Davis. stock of goods of Mularkey
-Trade at Home- Bros., and who proposes to close
Mrs. Lizzie Speight. of Jak- out the stock.
sonville. is spending some tile --Trade at Home.-
with Mrs. Irving Messick. Mrs. Mrs. Mary Brennan, of Provi-
Speight is a former resident of dence, R. I., who has been visit-
Fernandina and her many ing her sister, Miss Chrissie
friends welcome her back. Kelly, and other ,relatives in
-Trade at Holn.- Fernandina for the past two
Miss Marie Hanna, of Cl, -e-j months, was taken to St. Vin-
land. Ohio, is a guest of the Key- cent's hospital, Jacksonville, on
stone Hotel this week. She is last Thursday. Many friends
in Fernandina representing the and relatives wish for her a
Radcliffe Chautauque as direc- speedy recovery.
tor. -Trade at Home-
-'Tlrade at Homr-,,.
Mr. and Mrs. Effingham Bail- Mrs. Jno. F. Mularkey, who
ev and little daughter, of Jack- returned from Hawthorne, sev-
sonville, .spent Sunday in the eral days ago, where she had
city, the guests of the forni*r's been visiting relatives for sev-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. eral weeks, was summoned to
Bailerv. Washington, D. C. Tuesday on
-Tra,.e ., at..,_ account of the critical illness of
The many friends ,o.N Mr. H. her sister, Mrs. W. J. Carleton.
E. Waters will be glad m larn Mrs. Mularkey states that her
that she is improving frm a re- stay in Washington will be in-
cent serious injury, .hn she definite.
sustained a fracture arm -TrOLON IF -
through a fall. OLD COLONY LIFE INSUR-
-Trade. at ume_ ANCE COMPANY of Chicago,
r. and Mrs. L. nkeIllinois, offers agents a wider
Mr. and tMrs. L. F. f'encken field and increased opportunity
and two little sons. of S ,annah. by writing man, woman and
Ga., left for their hor, ,n un- child from date of birth to age
day, after spending a,. day 60 on the annual, semi-annual
Mrs. Tiencken's est or quarterly premium plan, for
SLouis Sharp, in Oh T amounts going up to $5,000 as
T, regards children, while for ad-
I-Trade at ",,, ults the limit of $30,000. As
iMr.and Mrs. LeU: ,\' v nd the company writes also sub-
i children have..,.. mov 'ernan- standard risks our agents have

The supper given by the Bap-
tist ladies in the Waas building
Tuesday evening, consisting of
chicken pie, fried oysters, potato
and tomato salad, hot coffee,
strawberries, whipped cream
and home-made cake, was a
great success, netting the ladies
$178.59. Home-made candy sold
for $26.00. The ladies thank
all who patronized them so lib-
erally. The room was prettily
decorated with wisteria and
pot plants, with cut flowers on

-Trade at Home--
I, good wood. Phone



R. V. Nolan, superintendent
of the city plants, attended a
meeting held at the University
of Florida at Gainesville recent-
ly, when he attended the short
course offered by the extension
division of the institution on
"Refrigeration." Two days were
devoted to the course, which Mr.
Nolan states was beneficial to a
marked degree to the large num-
ber gathered there from all sec-
tions of Florida. The course
treated on more modern methods
of refrigeration, the point enwit
stressed that Florida of all
states should study this sub-
ject, owing to the fact that most
of its products come within the
subject's range. Mr. Nolan
states that prominent ice manu-
facturers of Florida have prom-
ised to donate equipment for ex-
perimental purposes, which will
prove of inestimable benefit to
State in the better methods of
refrigeration which will be
brought about through a careful
study of the subject :nd experi-
ments which will be made. Mrs.
Nolan accompanied Him to the
University City.


Morris Rival, a !,,al fisher-
man, was seriously injured yes-
terday, when he was Iaught be-
tween two shrimp boats. The
accident happened early in the
morning as the fi-.h.rmen were
getting ready to h'av the docks.
Rival dropped a loat of bread
overboard and wa. in the act
of recovering it by reaching ov-
er the side of the ti,, when an-
other boat nearby ,ame along-
side, Rival being caught between
them and suffering internal in-
juries in his shoulders and
chest. Dr. D. G. lHumphreys
was summoned and made him as
comfortable as possible. Rival
has a family here. He was for-
merly employed bv .as. A.



Our subscription department
still in a receptive mood.
-Trade at lhlame-
Wood, good wood. Phone'(69.


Dodge Sales and Service


First class repairing done at reasonable
prices. Gas, Oil and Accessories -
Batteries recharged ana repaired

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