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 27, 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: VID00040
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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PI 'ANS AND PURPOSES OF" I-Illn$'Iltl'"!''1!t':'' lllj;tu: iil;liltlllllllilUintlufllUll i
CIAl, ORGANIZATION. imnumin] :, :.' ;l iil!li i'! llllllnlllllIlli!i'lhMhlfllt'll
C. 8. Spencer, Jacksonville;
Itli'eving that Fernandina \W. R. \Whil fiehl, Eutaw, Ala.,
has unusual possibilities for de- T. A. Shairpe, Atlanta. Ga.; W.
velopment in trade, commerce. E. Burrm. Jack-onville: J. L.
industry and education, and that EHamilton. Savannah, (;a.; J.
these possibilities can be attain- Mickltr. Sav:annah. Ga.: C. S.
ed in the fullest measure Cannon, Tampa: Miss Marie
through organized effort, the Hanna, (Cleveland. Ohio: Joseph
officers and board of governors Greece alid v- itic Greece. N. Y.:
have launched a movement H(nrv n, v 'r-. (ihlhaan: M. A.
which, if earnestly supported by Camp. .\i lanta: II. Ives. Jack-
the community, will have a far- sonvillk; l:-ssell. H. DeGree.
reaching effect upon its future Jacksonville: Joseph W. Dann,
growth and prosperity. Jacksonvillth: Mrs. A. S. Greer,
This movement includes thc Jacksonvill". \V. I.. Kgnde. Jack-
following aims: sonville: C. I)aniels, St. Augus-
(1). To organize in the most tine; 11. Mickler. Birmingham,
effective way the citizenship of Ala.: .Jos. F. Il:nson, New York;
Fernandina and vicinity. C. W. Perr.y. (reenville. S. C.;;
(2). To stimulate among our L. M. Jacksc.o. Jacksonville; J.
citizens a greater appreciation Randall. Carr Il. Jacksonville:;
of their obligations as citizens V. J. ;Gonmer. Liksonville; W.;
and of their opportunities for A. Moore, Jacksonville; G. G.
constructive leadership through Wright and vife. Jacksonville;
a modern Chamber of Corn- Gardner lhatii. New Cannan.;
merce. Conn.: Arthur E. Davidge, Jack-
(3). To develop and adopt a sonville; Mrs. A. E. Davidge,1
"Fernandina Program." a corn- Jacksonville: Florence A:x-tell,;
prehensive plan for the upbuild- Jacksonville: L. Ashley Jeff-
ing of the city in every phase- reys, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.
commercial, industrial, civic, E. E. Ensminigt' r. Jacksonville:
educational and cultural. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cheney.
(4). To attract new indus- Jacksonville; E S. Kassai, Kel-
tries by the most modern and ef- logge: A. T. G::y. Jacksonville:
fective methods. Fay L. 1- kitl'v., Jacksonville;
(5). To properly advertise Lee Greenwood. Jacksonville: J. 1
the city as a place in which to N. Fagan. Jac!.sonville; R. W.
live, to attract tourists to Fer- Veronsion. Jacksonville: L. C.
nandina, to secure settlers for McCon. Jacksviville; J. F. Ow-
the vacant farms of Nassau ns. Jacksonville; Maxey Grun-
county, to secure and entertain thal. J.acsonvillP: Mr. and Mrs.
conventions. F. L)eln'ea. ,Jacksonville; J. W.
W -W W6MpeMte with the Berithav,. St. Auguabe: W. A.'
school authorities. in providing Mann. Atlanta. Ga.: J. L.
additional and better accommo-' Bigw-. Jacksonville; 0. T.
dations for the youth of our i\'eva'r, Callahan: G. E. Carr.
community; to create good will B:,111 more. Md.
for Fernandina throughout the
State of Florida and in all the SHIPPING NEWS
(7). To assist the Home 'he Norwegian steamship Et-
Demonstration Agent and oth- n"a which was due to arrive at
ers wherever possible in promot- Fernandina Wednesday from
ing the agricultural progress of New York, has been delayed oni
Nassau county; to promote the account of heavy gales north of
building of paved highways Itatteras. She is expected to
throughout Nassau county. arrive tonight or tomorrow.
(8). To study the civic needs There are trree other steamers
of the community with the view dlue in the next week. which will
of working with the city ad- lift considerable tonnage of rock'
ministrations in working out th,. phosphate, the German steam-
best solutions of the various ship Cronshagen. Lritish steam-
problems in the growth, welfare ship Grelcaldy. and the Dutch
and government of the munici- steamship nurgerdijk.
pality. April promises to,'i a heavy
(9). To install in the Cham- month for shipments of phos-
her of Commerce the most mod- phate.
ern and efficient methods ,tf ----- --
condticting its work and ma- RADCLIFFE CHAUTAUQUA
chinery for creating and main- HAl) SPLENDID PROGRAMS
training active interest on the ---
part of the rank and file of mem- Th,' Radcliffe Chautauqua.
iers which closed a three day engage-,
(10) To give the Chamber menlt here Tuesday evening, was:
tof Commerce the working cap- a complete success. The pro-.
ital necessary to operate an ag.grams all three (lays were good
gressive and efficient civic-corn- and little difficulty was exper-
mercial organization ienced in getting thirty citizens
Ill). To develop a strong to sign up for next yea'r.
civic spirit, the greatest asset a
community can haven upon love Don't forget the motorcde to
.Callahan next Tuesday. March
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A lJrulanualilu
To the People of Fernandina:
Believing that the true standard for measuringl
the greatness of a city is the spirit of its citizens,. ;ipd
Believin, that the promotion of civic enterprise
will be attained only b' the dvelopmn nt f : civic irit
by which each citizen co-opurates in the *.;ving of hoil-
imtelligence, his courage, his leisure an.l hi i effort. e -
ery man is doing hi.s ,share.
1. IP. C. Kelly. Mla,%or of IFernandina. in order I,,
promote and develop that spirit of co-op'ration. do
hereby set aside the week of March :10th to April Ith
as "Civic Week." earnestly asking that each re-nan-
dina citizen, during that week. make every effor! as :m:1
individual and through any orarpization to which he
may belong, to promote that spirit which makes for
public welfare.-
(S.igncd) P. ('. kELL'. .Mayor.



I1. order to develop a stronger .' ;,' 4i
spirit 4of co-operatiion and unity ii
of action among the citizens ot t
Fernandina. the Chamber of a
Commerce is sponsoring a "C'(iv- tc' :
ic Week" from March :10 Ap- .
ril 4.
Mayor P. C. Kelly today issued h, ,
a proclamation setting aside
these days for "the promotion Fl
and development of civic co-op- i
eration." and asked that each ,
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citizen "make every effort as an
UlhlIl .'. :bti~~' ~i 1hii r ~individual and through any t r-
iiii!t organization to which he may lIe-
S- ,long to promote that spirit w
NOW I THE TIME which makes for public welfare." F.
NOW IVV 1 T HET M 1The program for Civic Week es,.
_- w -- will include group meetings and ,o
T COOPERATEj -J Pjoint meetings of various organi- g

SAs Suggested by the Hit,

I Do you know what the boy:
and girls think of our Fair iFer- i'u
Ior four afth's Jake 7rade o nandina ? ,
h Te answer is given ill tata.l;.-
Store tion of the questionnaire survey
A made b Prof. J. A. Carpntler 't;
g and Secretary Carroll of tht .
Chamber of Commerce with the Ut
SeOfre 7fccommoafny ** advanced grade and high school
| pupils Thursday.

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,I*' the .Jack.,onvillv ( ham-
rita cWVl .-jacksonvxi lie :in~d

xIII biethe principl -iI -'-Ie't

)I,' an addres-

i School Students
It the City who have the
welfare of the -th,'>l]

g.d girls at hear.
p;alranm, t t- 1V irun :npi
is that very tfe ,f thi
,swho replied on th,
'nnaire blank are yet un
i whether they will car
'ain in Fernandina or Nas







ile., sh;.l! \w, ditff''rtiiate ---
'At. : t'lm ? 'ITh' 'I!estion *. *, :_ ;hi visitors to Fer-
;rLi-s. Hio\\ sahali we know -.;!!.li i ,I Monday was C. R.
wh' th." v,''* a*'.' "f'.,\ ing in- :;'.1 he pioneer poultr.-
: i rntI In I roim t ,iI ,r satanic mnl: .'*ni llilliard. who states
pl~m 'tiilL1rs i t'." : man soul '!. industry there has
I: .f!;:*-. ,.. p.' : '1 at in ,' ..i nrmous proportions
t', hunii.n mi., r::1l ,world of -. ,t three ye rs. the to-
i mr a the., i,',:r are the :i' .'.;intity of eggs shipped
onl ,.i--'ii c-.Itri, ,r a;V fr ,. '. ; lace during the pa.-t
t,.s kno v I t ::!id all 1- ni r fault' and ii::rtlable. d, :. Mr. Mathias, who mark-
V\\h:: th,-n r nmi:n.s'.' 114XowV shall els l! 'Ihe product for the poul-
wv .iii tIL. ":;v of know- t'r' .lT i t*f his section, left Hil-
l-.d l '.\ : c ,!' .:;th-; and li. i :ht following day with
prom "pt*, *o 'i" ti lyv Spirit :,'..'", i dt:nen eggs for .Jackson-
:h; i' is lilghti :ilI knowledge vil!'-. where the Hilliard Poultry
itself. T'hrougi,;i the human .\--.atinlii has a connection
mind i- quickeled i;,i! fortified vi'h lhe, largest chain stores in
into trlte c,.cI! k iowled-he. T'i- i conclusive '' lhe average price derived
a rgi;mli :.ho\\iv ;hat all a\ail- i!"' ggs lor the past year rang-
alvle human crit rit! are errone- >tA i little Ibetter than forty cent-
;Pls ;'nid defect i '. 1,111 the divine ,,'r do/.en.
standard ff k(',,l,~dige is in- l'the poultry industry was
t all:ile. "Ther:. r ic i man is not '- olted at Hlilliard about nine
.isti'ied in saying 1 ** know be- .* a o. ago, hut it has been in th-
:Wi.: I percviv\ irough mg y '1'.; three years that it wa.;
stI'les;" or "I kn,\I I Itause it is pli:wcd upon a scientific and
provedI thr(,ci,!+ih nmy faculty of fil'alle l)asis. Only a few raised
reason or "I kii, Iecaluse it is i hi,'kIts nine years ago. but to-
;ccrodiily lto i rad-ilion and inter- (1'. the Htilliard section has
prt l at ,ion If t" I!, hl! il, ook :'" or niOrt' than forty fine poultry
"I kiaow '" i.use' 1 ; .n inspired." airmis, all of which are netting
All hium~ani stalindl;ir of .iudg- th owners a nice profit. Mr.
mit t is faiiltv. tillil .lathias states that while won-
The brotherhood of Mankind e! 'rful slides have been made in
o herhoo thicken-raising in his hlocality,
Sheer. p cl herhod he high peak hasn't been reach-
Srli'. >mai;a. t' all a rt. ed ba.means, as the poultry-
-erlv: ,W llw" odt, ( t I :t tid elonv' "
;s ti ;mci a art o, w planning to in-
i,, ,ne tamir under lhe protec- c-ease their iDocks at leaai.thir-
tlioi of tivi',e providence. The;t pr Cl.
l id (A t i n h pe r c e n t .
I, I It f fra.- all ar texits n hu- The remarkable growth of the
m ,it i t. I, ted.ll in the inrea ll n11lu1sry at Hilliard s du ( e in l a
of .vlutins growth i Therealm lar'e measure to the fact that
."s l,. uth rl,,oa, potent itn hu- of I h ftort-odd farmntrs raisin-
mani all inhabit this' poullry t hity lf them belong
earl hl" glt >iwder the one can-to the Hlilliar l P oultrv Asia-
v or "iavtn."rhwrt.i.-1r).th- organization formed pri-
opy o f heaven. There' is broth- manly forheat't it. xpan-
erhood i,,tal in mankind lhe'lise, marily for lhe (-len'it xpan-
al ; -men iof o ne human n and irotectiom ,4f it<, p(tl-
s..,ia 'v sul,-i. e' the necessity ; trvmen. 'rhe product it eacah
oit' a st-ree.:ntl ; mld co-operation member of the association i-
Th. -e is rot i ood intended handled through t hat tffecient
in huimanitv cause all are body, which is a liv ,-wire organ-
W on it' .l ;. !,as ca al id zatioin. It meets r(eilary o e-
w..t ,f ,, i. This is s phv- erI two wtee'ks. whein problems
,il tllo,! .x hin x, h "r h in-urts -an(l hettv)te methlod(s re (di:-
-luI eIassed.
material thapiir-- in ;e hunr:1.-uman ahi. ,
.v,;:l. Thi it tcom e Mr. Mathia 'at h- lat the
Svi Ki advance poultry and t etilpmenlt in the,
i n l ,it -a ,iV ,:. -,ita itav 1. Hlilliard section is et-ils worth
t.l. r eI. 1 00.000. which will it,. materl-
"he,, r ,. ,,,' ,I. ,,,,, ( ally added to by the liew \ ttler'
.1pi)i't1!u l'or ,*v.. 2, ,roth ,.L Il !,. i;.arati ,u i. hlendi d section to ,eiagL in th,'
v: : I d r l stry.
hexisie .n : ha e A, .nl tl tlM-k I.d l .* ( He,;tch is n ,w" tl'rct-
i ',., ,, ,t 'tlai '... ." l-kir ni- i g a m modern hom, ill what i,
lti;:l rholt rh.'of -',,,. 2 ion is termt.d "*Chicken R in th.-
Snorthwest section oti'O lhe towi;.
I .mti V .-- .t which will be equipped witi elV'-
t ric lights, sew'eragc, water aind
('IT C (OMlMISSioN .i:'l all conveniences. Thi- h,,me vi!l


flit.!'ll with ta i*'zH i'

Klarfer tc! lo 'a-


'c(st several thousand Iollhr-
Mr. Beach is a poultrymain.
To show that Hilliard i. nt,'.
ta:i.,,g on a healthy growth. ,
ing tN its rapidly growing pt'il
iry industry,. a telephone ,'
,hainge. whic-h is ,wv:.ed '>v '..:

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BIG PROGRAM FOR THE mum of $15,000 to provide ade-,quaintance and fellowship, fr 1WHAT FERNANDINA NEEDS in charge of Mrs. S. Mahoney STATE SHELL FISH COM.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE quately for the financial needs .they are the basis of mutual un- Black, who announced the first HODGES HERE TUESAY
of the greater Chamber of Com- derstanding and appreciation. As Suggested by the High School number, Mrs. Irving Messick
(Continued rrom, Page 1.) merce. This fund will cover the forces behind co-operati,. Students. playing soft and sweet "The "D, we want to fish in Geor-
of the cit and a willingness t what i generally known as the action, and vital community Angelus," followed by a "War gia Shall we keep Georgia
serve for the benefit of all ngness regular functionsofa modern achievement. iuMarch" played with much spirit- fishermen out of our port.
(12). To place all communi Chamber of Commerce and in- We submit this statement for You could almost hear the tramp Shall we resort to retaliatory
ty activities on an efficient cludes the activities that comeyour careful consideration. me Depends upon its growth of the soldiers and beat of the measures as a result of the at-
sisleb under the following general are confident that you will agr( and improvement, says another, drums as they marched. Miss tempt on the part of the Ceor-
duplication, frequent campaign heads; civic; Retail and Whlewith u that our city can prof Not under present circumstan- Emma Williams read a selection gia authorities to enforce the
"passing the hat," and regular sale Trade expansion; Industrialby an organization operated es avers one while one moreon "War and Peace." Mrs. Me- provisions of an unjust and di-
i passoicitatis ofalnd ,- ," expansi n: Agricultural co-op- cording to these plans. We trust avers one, while one more on"%ne .pna
ingsolicitations of all kinds expansion: Agricultural co-op- the movement will hae optimistically inclined asserts sick read a letter from Miss Ma- criminatory statute affecting
WHAT CAn WK REASONABL eX. eraton: At n triss havt he expects to remain in Fernan. rie Raffo, giving a description the rights of Florida fisher-
PECTcFROM THIS MOVEMENT. Conventions and entertainment; i your full co-operation. dina "because the city has a'of the war in China near the men ?"
It is difficult to overstate Community advertising: Good Yours for a Bigger, Better.bright future." city where she is. Mrs. E. C. These were the questions pro-
Fernandina's possibilities. If Roads promotion; Legislation. and More Prosperous Fernan- The students were asked what Garvin, who is always a favor- pounded by State Shell Fish
we should adopt a slogan, "15,- THE PrOGRAM OF WOROAR. dm, they intend to take up as life ite, sang sweetly, "The Garden Commissioner T. R. Hodges at a
000 in 1930," and work toward The Program of Work is made BOARD OF GOVERNORS work Some of the classifica of My Heart," and as an en core conference of fish and shrimp
it, with an organization and a ,up by submitting to every mem- D. A. Partin. tions are as follows: "Absence," with Mrs. Louis dealers here Tuesday.
community spirit such as we!ber the following questions: President, Stenographer, Lawyer Book- Klarer as accompanist. Mrs. R. Commissioner Hodges came to
seek to create, we could attain "What, in your opinion as a Louis Goldstein, keeper, Electrical Engineering, M. Martin read "Christian or Fernandina at the suggestion of
that goal. A community as it citizen, is the thing of the most Treasurer. Meerhant. Telegraph Operator, Heathen," which was loudly ap- local fishermen and dealers to
goes forward gains increased importance to be done for the H. D. Lohman, Teaching, Civil Engineering, plauded. Mrs. Jack Briggs, of discuss ways and means of oh-
momentum. New blood, new community as a whole? J. T. Ferreira. Musician. One little fellow Indiana, was at her best when taining relief from a situation
wealth new spirit, and new o eaniWhat do you expect the or- E. C. Garvin, wants to be a cartoonist and il- singing "I'll Forget You" by that is likely to seriously cripple
portunities are added as the ganization to do for the pro- C. Prewitt, lustrator, while a number of Ernest Ball, and as an en core their business.
community grows. motion of your business or vo- W. L. Farris, th'm were "undecided" in an- "The Rose of the Wild." Mrs. It was brought out at the con-
In such a period of progress cation?" Joe Bruni, swtr to that question. Frank Graham then read a pa- ference that thus far no arrests
there are countless opportuni- When the answers to these T. Ozmer. ..As a future citizen, what do thetic incident of the late World had been made by the Georgia
ties. Everybody *can benefit- I-questions are recorded, analyzed, ,-ou suggest that the Chamber War in a cleAr and distinct authorities for the alleged vio-
many in large measure. !and arranged under suitable CONCERT AT REX THEA- of commerce e undertake for the voice. Mrs. E. F. Morse read an lation of Section 28 of the Coast-
A live-wire civic association- headings, the organization has TRE EVENING APRIL : 3 improvement of Fernandina andiincident of the World War about al Fisheries Bill passed by the
one where the members turn a Program of Work which is the -- Nassau county?" .General Fooch, which was great-! General Assembly of Georgia
out to meeting in large numbers, substance of the best thinking On the evening of April 3rdi The suggestions presented by ly enjoyed. Mrs. Louis Klarer and approved August 8: 1924,
ready to take off their coats for that the entire membership for a musical concert will be given ithe students in reply to this:gave a a piano selection 8th which provides "That all per-
committee work, where frank the time can offer. The organi- under auspices of the Ladies' question were varied and tell a Sonata by Beethoven, playing in sons not citizens of this State
discussion of community prob- zation is placed immediately in Circle of St. Michael's Catholic wonderful story of what our a masterly manner this grand (Georgia) are hereby prohibited
lems is encouraged, where men position to serve the member- Church, the concert to follow im- younger citizens see as a need piece. Mrs. M. W. Purvis read from engaging in the taking or
of leadership and vision will be ship, and meet urgent commun- mediately after the first run of for our community. an appropriate article on "Love catching of shrimp or prawn
recognized and their value uti- ity needs in a most efficient pictures at the Rex Theatre. The majority of them empha- Ye One Another," bringing in from the salt waters of this
lized,-generates enthusiasm in manner. The program will be as fol- sized good roads and better the horors of the war and ending state for commercial purposes."
the city's future and creates en- cotnMrr'tF: THK1. :lows: Ischool and recreational facili- with peace, and how to obtain it. iThe Act further states that "any
terprise. Committee system determines Sonata Op. 7 by Edward tie.-. A dozen or more urged Mrs. John Cone, who is an ex- person violating the provision
This is the kind of organisa- the amount and character of Grieg. that steps be taken by the'cellent reader, had as her sub- of this section shall, upon con-
tion we seek to build, one ably work done by the organization.; Song, selected-Mr. Frank C. Chamber of Commerce to attract Iject, "Peace," ending with alviction, be punished as for a
managed, supported by the SPECIAL committees made up Davis. more outside capital and tourists!beautiful poem on "Peace." Mrs., misdemeanor."
whole community, adequately of members interested in defin-I Sextette from Lucia bv Paul Ito Fernandina. Mary Nolan, of Jacksonville. I The Georgia law with refer-
financed and operated accord- ite planks of the program of Mori. ,;read several selections from the ece to alien fishermen also pro-
ing to the most modern methods. Work take the place of cumber-1 Un bel di, Vedre Mo. from WOMAN'S CLUB iBible on how to obtain peace. hibits the issuance of license to
Such an organization is the some "departments" or indif- Madam Butterfly. G. Puccini. Mrs. Nolan needs no introduc- operate a boat for the purpose
clearing house for community, ferent standing committees. A Valse 14, (Posthumors.) Wednesday afternoon being tion to the people of Fernandina of taking fish, oysters or other
activities, the dynamo for gen-!committee made up of compe- Chopin. Literary afternoon a large crowd and the State, having been prom- sea-food from the waters of that
rating progress. }tent help and provided with l Pantomine Dance Little assembled to enjoy the program inent in the work for Woman's state to any except a bonafide
The result we can reasonably,means to make investigation is Misses Frances and Amo Waas. -endered. Mrs. Molnar gave Suffrage. This closed the pro- citizen of Georgia.
expect is a greater Fernandina on the way to success. The Bohemian Girl. Edward first a short description of her gram, the committee, Mrs. T. A resolution requesting the
and Nassau county in every way. KnaUm:, mraR.. LDorn. trip with Mrs. E. F. Morse as S. Davis, Mrs. Louis Grunwald Georgia General Assembly to
Hundreds of American cities, This is the common groundi Recitation-Miss Helen Morse. delegates to the State Federa- and others serving hot tea and modify or repeal this "alien
have made investments of pre- on which members meet to pre- Selection, "Rose Marie." Mus- tion of Woman's Clubs at Or- delicious sandwiches and dates., fishermen" law will most likely
cisely the same character, and sent and consider matters in the ic by Rudolf Friml and Herbert 'lando. Mr. Albert D. Simon Ibe presented at the approaching
they have received in return big; program of work. It is the dy- Stothart. then spoke to the club in behalf When a fellow feels blue and (session of the Florida legisla
dividends f r o m community, namo of the organization and The above musical selections of the Radcliffe Chautauqua out of sorts and thinks he ure.
growth and the contentment 'should have semi-monthly if not will be rendered by Mrs. Edwin and its return another year. doesn't know much, he can al-
that comes to one living in a weekly meetings for the dis- R. Hood. Over thirty signers signified ways take comfort in the fact' Every two years we see th.
modern and up-to-date city. 'cussion of the advancement of The patronage of the public their willingness to guarantee that no one else does. wisdom of the constitution mak
SqIENTIALS OF THE PLAN. Fernandina. will be appreciated and those at- their return another year. ;ers who provided for the meet
Working Funds. It is esti- Social contact and other means tending will enjoy a rare musi- The program for the after- Check your trunk to Fernan. ing of the legislature only on.
mated that it will require a mini- are provided for establishing ac- cal treat. noon on "War and Peace," was dina. in two years.



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(Xn Jduertisement fs 9 n fnuvitation)

Nassau County Leader


H oci I Dice loic --t--------n eOSH

Friday, March 27, 1925


limW mm m.--MM1 O 111lok

Pew Tom


r.. 4-A


Four-Wheel Brakes

Of the more than a million Buicks in use
today, the last 350,000 built have Buick
mechanical 4-wheel brakes. On these
350,000, Buick 4-wheel brakes have
proved their increased control and safety
by faultless operation through nearly
two years, in every extreme of weather.

Medlin-Peacock Buick Company

Jacksonville, Florida

VWh be w o -om-b- 'les e built, Buik win bIdU d

Building and Loan
-/ Safest investment to be found. We always have
U/ paid 8 per cent dividends, divided into quarterly
/ payments of 2 per cent, and our surplus is growing .

he Slaughter Continues

IN W 9u? oP 'TME COWNTYa Jj l *
N' r PsaZMUDA.
In re Estate of
S. GEORGE HURBEIl,. )eceaed i
To all Creditors. Legatees. Distrit'-
tees and all Persons having CLa:
or Dimands against said Estatl'
You. and each of you. are here-"
Rotilled and required to present -I T
claims and demands which N ou.
either of you, may have against the-
tate of S. George Hubbell. dec:easea..
latte of asaau county. tt ,
SunderflEd Administratrix of .e4,t i _
estate. within two year.r from the d,"
* Doted February 2nd, A. 1). 192!.
Administratrix of said Estate. Ter." -
pleton. Wisconsin 2-6 to 4 M
Notice e. hereby given that t'
Board of Public Instruction 4o N..afN
county,. Florida. in pursuance of a r.s-.
olution adopted by .ald Board of P'utr -. -
lIstruction, will sell at private s.i' :
$2.90.00 worth of -V
Uiae warrants issued against Speci.Ai
TaX School District Number One ot(
N&saeu county. Florida. on the 1st da., = i
of April. 192S. .said warra-nts being 1. a
'the denomination of $100 each and '
,bearing the rate of interest not to ex--
CMoed 6 per cent per annum. maturinK17
!two year- from date of issuance '
Ire hhairmai 3r
Attest 2
. T. iAV ,R. ,,
SXote twe i hereby given that iMr: er '
SLrude harpe. purchaser of Tax eorti-_
icate No. 142. dated the 2nd day oI0;
,3uly. A. 11. 14 0. hat filed said certifii-
'cate in my office and hndM made appli-ia
.catlon for tax deed to issue in acrcord-1
ijnce with law. Said certificate em.-'i-
b races the following described proper-:
I, sItutted in Nas s.,a county. PlriC.
Lot 1U. in I:loei :;, (ld Town. Cil ot. -
SFernandina. I
The s Aid land beic g a.saesied at thr",e
date of the i.isuiince of such -ertl'-.
'cate in the name of tUnknown., 'iles~t
,id certificate shall be redeemed ac-"4
cording to law. tax deed will issue
Shereon on the ::Oth da of March. A :
W'Ute4--.I mv official sigiiatur-e .6nd=.
eoal thLq the 25--th dtay of Vl-'ehru.ii,' A
S(.Se*al> I Clerk o ciiiI 'touit
t;. Florida. 2-1^ to 3-L .
S Notice is ber oby given that AlfredI l
:Corte. purchaser of Tax Certifictes (-
SSo. Tl and 702. dated the Fifth day of I
'Auguast A. D.. 1918, has filed said certi- 3
t icate in my office and has made ap-
plication for tax deed to issue in ac-
cordance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop-
lerty situated in Nassau county. Flori-
da. to-wit:
LoLt 1. 2, :;. 4. ". ;,. in llock S. O- an -
City. also Lots 1, 2. ::. 4. 3 a. l inllock
0. Ocean City. .
The said land being asss.sed at the
date of the issuance of such certlfi-
cates in the name of Unknown. Unless |
.said certificates shall be redeemed ac- I
cording to law, tax deed will tssue
thereon on the :10th. <:.. of MAtr.'h. s
A. D. 1925.
Witness mn official signature and
seal this the 26ith. da. otf -ehr.rv. F-
A. D.. 1925.
(.Seal) C. .. IIIUti;FESS. -
Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau coun- L
ty. Florida. 2-27 to :3-21

Prices That Talk


That Tell

Savings That Count

xoods for the entire family at
mphatic savings. Seeing is be-
ieving. Come in, look 'em over






Address F. E. BRIGGS, Treasurer IXTcoaCs xoTC OF APPLe A- =
Everett 3isell and Frank .Mizell. as
M2 E. Adams St. Phone 237 Jacksoanvil, Fl. I Ewcutors of the last Will and Testa-
.. m at s niAt sabeth A. Mizell. deceased. II llli liltl2fihiilhnl l lilnahllItl lil t lhl1 1illult nilll l
If Interest send Postal. Wil call in -s in Fernandina will on the Second day of May. A. .)
I125. at ten o'clock in the forenoon.
apply to the Honorable J. It. Stewart,
a-p County Judge of and for the County nish the necessary revenue stamp t.' nue. Milwaukee. \:.sco'nsin MOTHERS
.of Nassau, Florida, at his office, in the be .ttt4,:hed to the Master's Deed .EI.FREDA Ill'BRL.I. ('OOLIN;. :as
:Nassau County Court House, in the J. HENRY BLOI'NT. Administrator\ of the Estate ,.f S
SIGNS YOU CAN BELIEVE IN ST. PETER'S CHURCH City of Fernandina, Florida. f,,r our .A. Special 1 at .r eorge luh,'ell. .It th'' Watch of T r s pto
Fil! iisl charge as such Executors, and Coper. Cooper & Osborne..et0. pe't.%i., wIs' -nas aco
.at the same time we will file our final Solihitors for Complainant. ::-L t., 4-:; You ar her<.bt r.'-iireid tio tpper orms in your children Th
If your breath is bad and you .1. W. Bleker, rector. Return and vouchers with said Court -- -on the th dt f .ipril. A I) l. to in our ren.
and ask for their final audit :and ap- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH the Bill of ('Coni,>aint filed herein parasites are the great destroy-
have spells of swimming in the Fifth Sunday in Lent. ;pr,"al. tJUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. against you h> I>)Ei...\ i. cIl.l. in the .
head, poor a. c t i Dagted at the City of Fernandina. I AND OFOR NAFSAl COUITY.- Circuit Court. in and or :.-au coun- r of child lfe. you have
head, poor appetite, constipation Holy communion, 7:30 a. nm. L lorida. this 27th day of February. A. iNi CHANCERY. tv. at Fernandina. Fl.,rida. reason to thin
and a general no-account Sunday school, 10 a. mn. 32. z THE NASSAU E-NTY LEADL, AN reason to think your child has
is.a sign sermon, EVERETT MIZELL. .AlA RICIHO GARVINS. AND FEIRNANI)INA NEWS-RECORI). Wormrs. act quickly. Give the
feeling, it is a sign your Morning prayer and sermon, FRANK MIZEU.LL. Complainant. a newspaper ,f gone-ral circulation. litti d of
er. As Ex F utor. of the last Will and vs. Iior ce published in Nassau Count.). Florida. little one a do tWO
liver is torpid. The one really i o'clock. Subject: By Faith Testament of Elizabeth A. Mizell, de- JEll. GARVINS. hereby designated as the newspaper White's C ea m Vermifuge
dependable remedy for all dis- We Understand." Ia N BAK Defendant n whi this rdr ha publish rms edcannot exit where th
orders in the liver, stomach and Evening prayer and sermon, Attorney for LEecutors. 2127 to ..-I oRDhE it OF P UBLICATTo iN. tive week of time-tried and successful rem-
bowels is Herbine. It acts pow- 7:30. Subject: "Entitiea That ADM. ISTRATORa NOTICE OF Ap.-in" ,e ntiame of the State of Florida: Court, and the. seai .f .ai .l Court. ated is ued It drive out the
erfully on the livr, strengthens- Abide Forever." PCATION FOR Fn. To.JESSIE GARVINS. lte.irlence I'n- the Court iluse, ot a-.'Co nt'. i misused. es
tn- aenown hethe i',it ,lf F,.rnai,,.na F.Irta. 1hw wrorms and restores the rosy
digestion, purifies the bowels Monday, 4 p. m., service. Stu- mSCIIV. are hereby require t, .appear Tw ent.-third .. i;ar'. ) hue of health to baby cheeks.
and restores a fine feeling of (1d class of the Woman's Aux- NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN TO ALL to the bill of complaint filed herein 9So b25.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: That 1. agtunst you in the above entitled suit. (0 eal' ;. C I:t-ie;l:S Price 35c. Sold by J. 6eo. Suh-
energy, vim and cheerfulness. iliary immediately after ser- Fverett Miecel. as Administrator curn o r before the Fourth day of May. Clerk ir uit rer Fernandina and Conner
Price 60c. Sold by J. Geo. Suh- v tesi.nto unnexo, de bonis non on A. 1, 1925. the same being the Rule Florida."re1, Fernand
Price 60c. Sold by J. Gen. .Suh- vice. tke estate of JackF on Mizell. deceased, da. in said month. F. 1 I.iENNA.,. Dru Co. Callah.
ret, Fernandina and Conn~r Tuesday, 4 p. in.. service, will on the Second day of May.A.D. *lh-. "'NASAU COUNTY LEADER Solicitr fr Cp!I.... o., Call
rer, Fernandina andC onn Tuesday. 4 p. m.. service.oon. AND FERNANDINA NEVS-RECORD. Jacknvile. Florid: t:
Drug Co., Callahan. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., ser- apply to the Honorable J. B. Stewart. i's reby designated at the newspaper -
as County Judge of and for the Coun- in which this order shall be publish- Shortage of $3,000,0 i
Vice. ty of Naiau. Florida. at hi. office in Ird nce a week for eight (8) weeks. I COURT OF'- TIl T OI TTI JI'DG. Shortage o *0i
Philadelphia b Th10 a. m., holy comthe Naoau County Court house., n WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said N44l tOI 'T1. rT Ontario's sinking fund, says a
Philadelphia b y s caused the City of Fernandina. Florida, for Court. and the seal of said Court. in OF" newspaper headline all of which
damage of $47 and were sentenc- union. my Final Disch arg as such Adminis- the ('ity of P,.rnandina. County of Na- t lead he luontht
ed to 4 s kings each. Sar- Friday, p. m.. Peters tr and at the .-ame time 1 will file ssFlorida. thi 5th da ot Mer(lic \ in ofuk th
to47 kings each. Spar- Friday,4p. .St e tnY final return aud vouchers with said Z'. UZS. ""ONAL.i.%i)D(lu
d toe fineFand applying the ro ParishGuilda, Court And a2Ak for their final audit and s,.al) of C. BU'RGESS. To all Cr-ditor.. l,,.itt .. ,',, of us would sink with that mueh
ingthefineandapplying the rol rish Gui a roval. Alierk of the" 'Circuit' uVt N;-: iand all erns havig aboard
is one way of reducing the cro,p Friday, 7:30 p. m., esrvice. ted at the Cit of Fernandina. C"ut: Florida. no u. a, t ach e b
Florida. 27th da5 of Februar. A II.NTbN J. BAKER. Yiu. anu t-arrh ,, .t my
of boy bandits. D. 1 4. Sonl ,tor for Complainan,,,n,,, Nero fiddled whi; ,oan
EVlRETT MIZELL. !'eri;1ndina. Fla. ..c. *- claims ,andydemand'- t-"u. or
Some men still carry a bottle As Administrator cum testamento an estate -of Ion-ald T IrI.,.' r .Sde- burned. Vice President Dawes
Before the wedding. cooing opener on their key-ring for the ,o. de bon non. on the estate of IN TIll; CIRCUITCOURT. FOURTH' eased. tat' of Nassau t Flordo likewise and
per J I~.aon 3iaell, deceased. JI DICIALh CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR ida. to the undersign,! .1 itlr of r Cal gO and do likewic, and if
afterbilling psychological effect Attorney or Administrator. : to -1 OUNTY. LORII) id estate. thin t ...r ..m the the senate doesn't like his mu-
....- C-R- i d'ater.e_ fnDated. Mar ci:, :th. A i : ic. perhaps it will enjoy his
A-- MAgTER' MALE ; "i.1"R 3: BENJAMIN. D T. HAI>I>'CK i '
S"--AST-S ALE I km.a-.l i nxecutsr l..t ill .td t'.uinent moke.
SNotice s hereby given that under V -omp.1ain1 %- rrc'e Donaldt T t llat i r .- ,sr. Hill.t:I lor-
ceree of foreclosure and sale made and t nAn. .ll thes d hrer skirtI
!rendered the 3rd day of March A' e-endant- these daS
r1). 192% by the lion. DeWitt T. Gray. T'" ~ ,rtrI Now and then you ;o. tind and abbreviated hair, it takes a
m .SEVERE CRAM PING SPELLS, Judge theCrcut Court In and for; "- ...., ih^ ^
SNasau county. Florida. in that certain ,. I *e n. a goodp t pool player. wi good birth certificate to tell her ex-
Al n catw therein pending wherein The Am- I k n. something else. act age.
e Irican Trust Company. a corporation, a.s Y are hereby required to appear
iteceiver of the Callahan State Bank. urh day ..a-l. A. ) 19.. --- -.-- --
PAN S IN BACK AN SS.a corporation, is complainant..andt, ;: It'll.of Complaint f(r Divorce
Moeade Higginbothanm and El zabeth ntlee r.n against you be Nellie
u igginbothan. his wife. are defendant., ',,n inth Co 1oNa-ll
"My yU5 w has bemin period r-M iPg sII at all, Mthe undersized, as Speial Master n n uint Cr t Cot f
AoNo..... Cuny. Nassau County People!
fl adM C Cto qmw ht was&Ae se forn bW5 saidcausewilloffer for sale and will!Ti a ot a

am3 (W t da. Ttil e in uthgnewpaperin wcrlhic in sthd cree, tthti Tho-e -WA-
tA o0ex"."For I am feing e CoGW 0 n*unSort a." se .. ments at Public outed t'uthnewpaperiwhch th
Sto the ghet and bet bidder or i -rd,- halle published once e
seveayes tbaa. have som emonall t Crdt to Ca for cash, during the legal hours ;,, h c k UI"

ftoi tlF iI a. 3a ac._ .__ be. .o f!,aleet hen front of the front door of. I ,,rEight.,nseeutve er Stryt
eoWMtat I W to quit Nsmy had Wn on t saeru th- f1e Nt County Court House, in the ".oa hundred t, n y ant ts2e an d t. he

ITO M a oro 41r aido ng and tiventy-tour P- MA fl* *i *o.y I =- ay f e *, .. I d^ ayi the dth day of Apirl. A.A D. 19 25.o q .n t 5. Font n.d

a W it, g Ar i- t tW. lCt of lnd Fer ina.own aF lotrda (i ti u ^ p i. ELMER HUB- fO_
tk I sayi n a b' fIiri fmroms Camrdu _Ithesame being a legal sales day. the I "-rt.. ct- Y..
a* ---- -. I impov- _. t prop .rty and premises de-. ,"d GRACEu ourt au ru, Se onI St

gM twf dT fth dOm. ia t h avgA a b hanrk srlbeo in saidL decree. towit: Thoe,'B-) TION
" went a for mii t &;f01111--11111diCounty. State nf Florida. described :-is
,o thsEaftw I was TAnried un- up..r, 'ik Cc to e- IN'11LCIRCUIT COURT. FOURTDSU A t
iN .m m btIwas havingry kave St .... atner of lot eight (S) in block ten (10). NA %A o C EstNteT. f Sunday MLOR-.
W WSthence running north along the west- "nA
abed way husadsue- ,r M f o ern line of Wells- Streest a distance of-1 -I CHNCER.
*i9 mamturityyan p -- h Wt UT adui. I at "" a' WRiC, (h a w feet; thence went two hundred and ten -. I L'ree
144 d 0 af t by .t.*_ of W- I f as venty-four (17t) feet; thence!..-i. vs.. ,

14 bete wasn feaT- t o 3) ke; thence rf TO NON-RaIafeNTtee IoVut TO Phd AS
&t lt ilUnan I Afta iet two hundred and ten (210) feett.o; --- 11. OWENS ndn
ft. hv -h MrT-M 50 g 1 vs-glt e 4 to point c f beginning. d descrbedAM OWE N S AND WILet ron
it11111 f. f I It .lot of land hen ,known. asi lant l: ELMER E he B-- IFo.c Stre t
it.p ow a r" O- b*rkgelevin (11).iof*j .. udGRACE HUE-)r I ,. coe
roan For8W All neyo tsure. abof the dTown rcfr e lla-n Ind W. It. hDOWL-)hand.Sod250
a the.. mdoe .... ...owoo..o f-a.- ,,olsat ..., G.. EL,..EI._. N. ._e u a y rHUlB-) TION
k" efftsju llI rPf' ea crner of a lot of landnow ownedby vnfltrixofEstate of,
.30Sd %%outh along Wells street thirty-eight'T`" ^'1.tntt
b d_*0 Boat um-t-k a" Mo-- t (38) feet; thence west one hundred and
er--was....o-r5-fifty (150)-feet; to A stake; thence I".L-. TO NON-RlDE-.NT
WA @tij .I jIw a o s northh thirty-eight (38) feet: thence
-hougtU,- n'se tnou 9m110.4 110M est done huaUt aud fifty ( 1O) to -- WE SIRiVE TO PLEASE
sIconU !11 *i d h b All of the above described land 1)- lA.NL"WENS her husband. No. 2504

"he Big MularKey Stock,

vith hundreds of dollars

north of brand new goods

added, is moving with a

ush. Bargains Galore

111 Over the Store


Page Four NASSAU COUNTY L~ImL'sj L' ~A~IbI~A PIIIRIIIA I'rida~, March 27. 1~i2:1
k I~ *~ .a. Sr.. = a~a~M =

__________ "i.51

--Fa-A i Eleswhere in this issue of the
Leader appears an outline of the Ho,.v Scouts of Troop Five.,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY plans and purposes of the Great- t:,, Church of the Immacula,
AT FERNANDINA, FLA. er Chamber of Commeree-an (onception. returned to the .
iorgani.'ation through which the last night after a week-,: :
ruicKM' ,PREWITTBAt'er. Pabor. citizen o,,f Fernandina may ren- spent at historic Fort Clin,,
I:Uteredat the postoffice at Pernandin. der loyal service to their com- :near Fernandina. The pnr"
I'loriU. as second-clana mall matter. ider li t r -'
l'lora, as 'con- a munity., and which in turn wil. numbered thirty-two scouts ;t,
ADVEwrISING RATES FURNISHED serve them by building a greater I two officers, Scoutmaster (.'
city and providing enlarged op- A. Marx and Jamns E. Wer,,.
Local and Leong Distance :portunities. The expended assistant s')clf1master, w'r .
Phone, 40 -Chamber ,of Commerce will be a charge.
-- RTEreal Co()MMUNITY organization.' It is the annual custom ,,
SIOne of the prime objects of Troop Five to have a spring hi.
One Year ........... ..... .... t.s this memcent is to have every to some seaside locality. Loa:.
t Month.... .7 ed on the bank of the Amni:
s TRIec TLp. .Y.... .5 citizen realize that he or she d o t. hea ofthe1 A,.
CTANTI. IN ADVANCtrhalf way *Cin. Aen ofTi'ia '
s .Y IN ADVANCE CAN 7IIEI the building of dina and the Atlantic ocan,. sn.
A good borrower is bigger, better and more prosper-i rounded by immense high a-,
A good borrower i never ous cit. and that each one owes dunes, old Fort Clinch. in i0
a deroke. bt citizenship to the corn- state of partial decay, is nat t-
Persistencywinmoremeds munitv which can be repaid only iy a PlaCe which' arouses t ii
Persistency wins more medals by working unselfishly for the imagination and interest of ,i-
than pedigree. communit velntire-steking youth. A gr a
It mean, something to a town deal of tim' was spen! in explir.
A hero is one who gets up be-'for outsiders to say, "Every man ing the sections and na
fore the alarm clock goes off. and woman in that town is a tunnels of the olh ruins. Slee-
booster." This has been the ing quarters were mainia'nd .
A gasoline appetite quickly greatest :i-.-t iof many noted the rooms ot the old harra,."
rhseroTneebe quuckly e iling and before retiring F
loved Staacc of Florida during the day night, the lad, heard maw,
last few Weired and excitinlp tales, aho!:;
There is more safety in a good The Chamber of Commerce is the ohl days in the fo .' Six
pair of legs than a good pair of an organization for everybody. eight new tenderfeet scoi,
fists. It is non-se.ctarian and non-parti- were initiated.
san and it: membership is open Saturday morning was sp,,
Nagging wives don't always to every mant and woman who exploring the fort aid surrotioi -
h lna Ihavnin hunh __nnd-not al- i_ ;".. ;.,fj h tl,,> fiii... lf F ,o- I urt fr ;,.l-1 ki ill h,

naveM * ways. inandina andl who believes in the
!value of (-ileirative effort.
A man may be down, but he's Fernandina has never before
never out when he's in-for a taken up this problem in the
term. far-reaching atdl comprehensive
manner that it is now doing. It
Why is it poor folks always appeals to, u- the, sensible thing
regard their rich relatives as to back thi proposition heart
stingy? and soul and give it a fair test.
*We predict that soon there will
The phrase. "It's nobody's be a new Fernandina spirit;

ThsSimple way
7'eople who have persistent, an -
r. ng coughing, spells at night. ajiti
14p throtighit os of valuable sleep
weako-iing tht ir systenis an-]
',inthmi ves top-tl O danqe'rwui.
]!-t-ctions. can igtop their di-Atre-sjnmr
1--uble promptly by a very simple
t-.Atm#,nt. Ilundrtids who haveo
t*t-dly been abeo to r~st at all for
ti:ghin-_z. have gottt,,n thvir fuil
.-hts Sz 81--pthe vo~ry !irgt tiit:tlik-y
ed it-
The treatment Is based on a re-
rkable prescription knowni ax D!%
-i- t btfurtte rvtirin.: .w .1iod l it zin
ur thiroat f.,r 1 ij o ::,) s.-*c, tnidib.--
:"e Swallowing it, W~thout 1')IIOW..
Avith Ivittr. Th!3im res-.crapliut
-adt'ubP3 a ct ion. It not oitly
tU11%. hai. it ij a ckhl ut, 14 : jI j an
-i- M : th' ,.r-~t cvo of the
jt .iuhilig. 1li t.-alt ij2 that you
-: sl-2.~p as eutnifiiy as a babe
.i-V i ii kz t Ili'Aiit. i-1.1 tht-e ntritre
ugh cvlidi*tOni~n -s in~ a very silurt
The prescription is li.,l-Jl r*'clirj-
i arstness azliltitlt .; vA
v tandet ful f' .r ahil Itir. a:t,jlr-jjQ Lfand
ECO110inic1. tov, Is, ht dose- L4Sony
(,ne to'aspooiiful. It is on zq:le at alt
go,)d d!Ui-u;ts. A~k for


(C. titinuIizati front Vi 'iea'I)

('Callahan Telephone Co.. has re-.
cintiv been installed with more

gi t''L ti I ., I Io l. I f- i, n *-ii l*n ""iI
'and dunes and swimming. in f1, than thirty subscribers to start
Amelia river. Baseball and (oi- with, and which has a growing
er games furnished the amus,- patronage. Houses are also at
ment that a|ft er'noon. .
Sunday mnthan atrak'-. a premium at Hilliard, as there'

was cooked early and (le enti rit nt a vacant home in the
troop walked through the few' town. Several nice homes have!
trail to Fcrnandina and attend recently been built there.
ed mass in a body in St. Mic1
deal's Catholic church. The R,. GRDENS
Father Nevin. at (one time c.:

. "t' planning ahead ii
I'eV arIe tto be a suc-
,'~s. But whatever
o,,n select in the meat
iine. buy it here to
mallike sure of getting
Sualitv. Be it beef.
J ,.al. mutton. lanml>.
',"'k or" poultry. u\.
-".'lrantee the choic'..
trade. all ready ifor
the oven, and at mfian
!t ';ionlable prices.

Island City Market
F. II. HORIEN. Proprietor

Center and Third Streets


business" covers a multitude ofwlose fam wil e wide. nected witnn he hurcn l LI I L UUIIU of
,ns. Immacuulate (onception in th:- The approach of spring-some
smns. A COlDE FO1R LIVING city, was the 'telbrant of th, call it spring-brings with it -:.:. :-::.-:..... ..!
Fashions constantly change. --mass. The tront pews were r- thoughts-and much talk-of
but good tast never goea out of "Believing in CiDo. Do not eat served for th scts. Aft gardens.
gstyle. too much. lathe frequently mass. the boys walked back it
style. See the bright side of life. Take the fort. cooked dinner, al,' Everyone aspires-that is'.O-TO-CHURCH I)AY FOR ELKS VOTE E. R. HOPKINS
le t f broke camp about 2::0 ohlock. mt everyone-to be able to
Intoxicated drivers ought to T of t.xrisOuoclok.t beable THE METH ISTS SN. A IFE MEMBERSIIII'
Intoxicated drivers ought to ere is the code of living On the return trip the tr point to a plot of ground, care- THE MET ITS SN. A LIFE MEMBERSHI
he treated just like any other that Charlotte De- was parked at the pavillion fully laid off. with the proud
outlaw. Golerie. Davenport, Iowa. fol- Amelia Beach. and the annu;:' boast. "'that is my garden." Next Sunday i' <;'-T.-('hurch Fernandina Lodge No. E). I
lows. Shei i past 100 years of Troop Five Track and Athleti. (;Gardening pays from what-: Day for the Mt0hodis.s. We P. E., voted E. R. H.pkir.
The speed rate and the death age, uhich should lend som, meet was stai,,i on the head Iever angle it is considered. The earnestly request that ,.very lif m at i
rate not only go hand in hand; weight thle rules she recom- sands. Snts Temple Friersoi economy of home grown vegeta- Methodist parent with tl1( child- le memerstip at rts east r.
they lock arms. mends, 'ind John Kelkir proved the out- ,les was demonstrated in the ren and a friend, will atni lamenting in appreciate :
When visited by a newspaper standing sars of the m.-et. Th d:-.ys o the war and many peo- Sunday school and ,ri.,. re the long period of seri V'
Paying tribute never costs reporter., the countess had just Flying E.:gle l.atrol won th phl then got the garden habit to on that day. lopkins has rendered ,- ',-
much, which is one reason for its finished a three mile run over meet with a st-ore oi ti'trv-tw s .h an extent that they now re- W. (;. Strickland, P ,,r of the lodge.
great popularity. 'the ice-covered streets of an In- points. Their nearest cnmpet i- irauir it a part of their life rou-o
dian city where she was visiting. tor was the I'wnther patrol w ti;t tt. (liiiai ti i
The cross word puzzle ha. A small boy accompanyinTg 'it 1-: : S ,r '-'V V0111' ()f ve\'etables asljn'h ,, ",
demonstrated the old truth that her as a guide was panting for took third with sevtntrn. an, lfoodi. especially for children, hasI
it pays. to be square. breath, but she said she felt like t th St:, umiulated twelv. prvd an incentive to garden-
i challenging Paavo Nurmi for v. P'tint. Mn-" Fernandina resi- *e and has increased the inter- R EX T H EA T R E
Barbershops never apprec.iat-marathon. dints crw,'\ditd on the beach t,, est o many people in growing R EX T H EA T
ed the value of minors until t h She is vastly different from wit'iness tlhe : t. The winner- m-ch tf their own foodstuffs. I
bobbing trade got started. the woman who thought she was th vai i's events :- T'he benefits are not alone in
;94 years old, and upon learin'ii, follows: iools produced, but in the exer- MND ND
Queer isn't it that the thing he was ten years older, prompt-. I5-yard dash: Frieson. fir.- *ie isined for the gardener isMONDAY AND TrlESI) \Y. MARCH 30 AND "
ueer, want to know are the thinly took sick and died. Kellar. second: Chavez, third. ; imulated in both body and
yourfriends nevercantell The physianswould be idle. Shot put: Kellar first: J. T1 i mind. Spading the ground and PA P
:the undertakers would not be so. 1uffv,seconl,; Fillion. third. working it. preparing the seed
Too often fie clothes are notbusy and the country would be! l-ard dal: itlhir1. ir i( m-s and sowing and planting IT O.N MOORE
so much to satisfy the vanity 'more thickly populated if it were Chavez. se',tid:" Fillion third. ,Vid a form of exercise that" W T MORE
to excite the envy of others. possible to make people see the Running broad jump: Fri-is most helpful and diversified, A romantic drama drt chiam1 of the poor, who brought
logic of living up to such a pr)- son. first: K ellar. s cth poo L i;
The divorce court provides a gram. third. and enter the social sphei" They are successful. an
convenient way for couples whot But the great majority of us Stalldir !' d'. jum: lI delightful ve story runs
are too busy to repent at leisure. are humanly frail. We are < tirst : Kella:. cc Christains though the outward third. CHURCH ional News
When you feel the inclination manifestations are sometimes Relay race: KKellar. No ,,. 4RC t 1 and Ne5
to say something mean abi,iut those of heatherns. We permit Duffl. Flying EI t1,. firE st; WEDNESD- ) TH"' 1"
one of your friends, forget it. our appetites and not our bodily .1, chool. .D:45 a. m E NT, APRIL 1 ANI) -
needs to control what we eat. secon School) Partin S
Financial success is a simple'We never have the time to take, Events it1r .tt-< unlt. l ). A. P'artin. pt. T THAT
matter of making money faster! the proper care of our bodies. pounds: LI
than others can take it away We naturally look for misfor- 25-vard dash: Motcia. tr-.. Church Services -
from you. tune instead of sunshine. And lMead, score: K anlhach, t. il a. m. and 7::30p. m.
ao rwe make ourselves a target for; .50-vy'd d :s h : Htlla. .. AILEl
One thing about getting vour disease by failing to take proper lirst : .M-ad. second: M,,, Morning Subject
sermons by radio--ther's n,, exercise. third.t l t: ('hl ia tir "Why Feed the People?" WITH JACQUELINE LOGAN. PERCY MARMON
one to see you nod at dull m.- i i A I ) TORR.p

ments. SHOPPERS AND WINDOWS .S. L'ncker'. .ond : llla1'. Evening Subject:
--third. No S.rmon Sunday Night A dramatic romance deal
More famous last word. "Itf Show windows of the stores; ,!av ra.: lllab: .- Song Serivice admirably acte.ts
you want to do the driving. make goods accessible to people .ng..1. Ilarris. Sta first A Good omed
up here under the j',a'r'niwho walk New and old things" le ,ad. andI l,. Chr l'- rThe .un- I- .i oU.. lo i hten __
wheel."are put on view in them so that pa t er", h,.,,i thi r,. pr: II- .e a.,n ,, ,lp ,..u. i_ and 2.
,the passerby may see a sample .i t bh.thr. IR ARI
Dr. Sun Yat Sen, the Suhof what is to be found upon the Trp Fie will selt its (. SRTICKLANDI) ARI
taallh I.lti ings idre.t-icin ,_ Pastor
Chinese leader, almost eTuahii inside., mediate. f, the -
Lenine's record for i.athl They arrest attention, remind meitr t t-A t "BLOW YOUR OW N HORN"
fore he finally died. people of their needs, get p ros- he'T t tO li ,- h Mrch 28.- ,
pects into the store, make sales Fl rida TiWInt s-l'ni,, Ai h. "' i
If you are not good l., N often make permanent cus- TH RAIPH LEWIS
you may at least be thankful r' tomera and bring them back for HILLIARD SCENE OF 11(, DERLYS PERDE_
the fact that you will n.evr get more of the same merchandise. CHURCII GATHERI\(; I1O1iff O pan9 A story f the li. A cm drama, full of humor
stuck on yourself. But not all can be window-: and a pleasing -thrv. After rma. full of humor.
shoppers. Few have the time to IBethany Hlall. the : R E A L the staged a will ei g given. ver t. run of this pit re
Wine sold for three or four walk from window to window church :tt llilliard. wa s th :"
cents a quart in the earl.- R,.lman searching for the things they of a gathering of one hr .d ESTATE A
empire-and look what' h:pen- have in mind. people last Sunday. wh,.A ,, A
ed to the Roman empire. They have a "show window," rector. Rev. Mr. Wak. f Under the auspice- ,,f the Ladies- i o
however, which they can utilize. Jacksonville, conducted -* ,. Catholic Church. See Proram rcle of St. chapel s
Some of u.- are not ab to un- It is the advertising columns of there. The people who : North Fourth street ra, pe two this issue.
derstand how the wonh.folks their newspaper. The adver- this church alway- sei Opposite Potoffice Admission to the Whol am 25 and 50
occupied their time before they tisements will not only save on the grounds and se\, ,. A v
began looking after their hbo, bed them time, but money as well. enjoyed thi-s part o)f i ; '" -SATURDAY, APRIL 4
hair. Those who do not take advan- program. ,o, ,o ANOTIIE OF TIi Pr GA.1
tage of the newspaper "show -- fi.hrpment o deroa. Mo.,,. NIG HT A LITTLE OF .IN. T0O THIS
Mamninft to mnot .-.. .A^M,," 're not making the The salvation of most .. I..I ..a ..... A LI r IT r: T DI A I

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

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FridaY. March 27.



Friday, March 27, 1925


Page Five



We are receiving New

Easter Shoes every day--

White Cloth and Kid. Also

Black and New Combina-

tions. Let us show you first

lt,;. sending the Held away in
I'n opening event. 'th
St. Augustine is preparing toar
*!irtain moire than I0.000 cO
Se fl fa.s on AplG. making he

Zhe Partin Shoe Co. h1rY ofSt. John's st,. Ra
'hit Ancient City.
.()n Tuesday. April 7, National
____ --iliver two) addresses: One on at
Mrs. Estelle Rogers has pur- Every voung man between 17 Adoptini the name, Suwan,.' I. Legions Child \Helfre En- a
chased the Bridier property, and 24 years of age, should take Association of Public Sch at fre v ntn
corner Fifth and Ash stl'eets, advantage of the wonderful op- Supe1'inteident., and enlri> an, h aer- l
which is now occupied by Mrs. portunity to take a month's va- a teacher's institute to) b, hhl' The second day of the Con- h(
\V. 11. Seibert. cation atpgovernment expenses bnex 'tler. c(ucoraose h'- p'in- \,ion will also feature the An- F
-- oI- attending the Citizen's Military. cial business hat died at th al Legion Parade, Contests
i% R1 COUNTY JUDG.. iTLakeO. Cis ncstmh- *- the
S 4or'01sT. wSTAT: Training (amps which are to meeting in ake ('it str the "0-" Parad an
oF. FLORIDA. 4) i ,
... : abe held again this summer from o pertinent The First day will feature the
\,.:,. i tl'is ilarlet. *July 2nd to .July :lst at Fort countiess in the north easteri' -- iathing Beauty Revue which S
N. 'her :iventdal Oglethorpe, Georgia: Camp Mc- lion of the State. The sulprill- will hold the stage with the M
I',,,. I 92. '.'1I shall apply tod tahi Clellan. Alabama: Fort Bragg. tefnlents attending i e meeting Speed Races. P
-,,.A:! .t. .uiugef #iI'ripate. for n.. North Carolina, and Fort Bar-, wre .. W Curns Colunmbia The general entertainment hla
i'. tl:, .t Anm,. i. a dvnis Hare,. rancas, near Pensacola, Fla. c .ilnt\', who .prsiui( 1. .. program of the Convention will
......t. and that at the same tim. Young men who attend get w ature street dances on the;in
'.* li pr...Ynut to maiui ('.turt my final Yon irgett aturestre dncs o the s ;and
S...s as Administrator tof said ,- railroad fare to and from camp. aker cnt it nd second evenings, and
.lasrk for their. approval. board, lodging, uniform and Weaver. Nassau count 1 : Thorm- concertss with novelty acts in the,
.iu lH n -t hA.i). laundry free. They will not be as W\. Sweat. Suwannee enittiy: ( ity Plaza, while there will be1A
,. Administrat.-r. asked to join the National Guard. P'. L. Tippins. Clay county. and l inner and cabaret dances at the
Organized Reserves or another (. E. Wilb uvl- ..,,, hotels. with a nominal cover
S_ branch of the service. k charge.
Send Your Steam Dyeing, Clean-, There will be plenty of time Superintendent ROblert M St. Augustine, "Mother City" h
ing and Pressing to ifor all kinds of recreation. Ath- serve, of St. Johns county. w\: ,Of the Nation, expects to wel- of
SATTHEW HA Y WOODl 0 0 etics are very important in the unable to attend !hc session. wir- ()me the largest gathering of
N. 3rd St., Bet. Center and training at these camps, and in- ing his regrets. \Vorld War Veterans ever as-
Alachua Streets clude water-sports, life-saving. The teacher's institute endors- -embled in the State, and the
Wrestling, boxing, tennis, hand- ed by the association yesterday )old City Gates are open to re-
Satisfaction Guaranteed ball. volley-ball, football prac- aills for ;a three day session for -eleive them. m
Phone 158 Itice. baseball, track and field all white teachers in the coun- c
events. ties comprising. the association. 1925 SPECIFICATIONS it
F'or information and applica- The institute, would be held in $
T 4t tion blanks address B. C. Riley,. Jacksonville. opening g at I o'clock n
TIll Puts Civilian Aide to the Secretary on the afteruiinon ()of October 8. lProspctive husbands of the T
Enable DyMtia to 1twhvr of War, for Florida. Gainesville. ,-ontinuing through October 9 (lay desire wives with home- 7
twy wiu. C soo MtaUnm I Florida., and closing at noon October 10. making talents and girls who 1
Nourish the body. appetle. All teachers at tending would be hope to be brides regard educa-
PRESBYTERIAN CHIIRCH paid their regu!ari salaries while tlon as a secondary matter, but
S ENJOY FOOD-- i they are present at the institute. demand appropriate incomes. i
Sixth and Alarhua strct-. This plan will ble placed before These are deductions from an-
Rev. W. T. Ovrrstreet. pastor. the various boards of public in- sewers to 200 questionnaires sent
*e.-S"r"c Regular services on Sundays struction by the superintend- lut by a St. Paul, Minn.. minis-
St... vo.,. (-,. n,.,jr.d at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. 'ents this week, when approval tIu.
Sdi ntSunday school. 9:45 a. m. will'be asked for. Superintend- Ihe young men generally
ir dnn: l o lUUU Prayer meeting XWednesday ent Wilbur. of Dival county, was re of the opinion that "looks"
: II y ,night. : instructed to prepare a tempor- dldn't count, although there was
-W al y A kind invitation is given to arv program flor the institute I" pronounced aversion to cos-
"'' ,, i u.. r, .r., come with us to any of these and to get i" touch with men it mteics, but the majority insist-
: 0.e irk n i.a.Wk,' r s services is hoped to secure to give in- 1,! on a single standard of
GENERAL REPAIRING structioti at the institute. A re- n ,rals.
G'EN A Rb.P TAiIRIN G, ,o,, x A man can never pull himself port on the proi)ect will be made The girls wanted fair. sane,
h. .n.M.. .... T ne tiout of the mire ),y his own boot- at the next meeting of the assoc- t'ifty, industrious. Sabbath-
"p -o x w Istraps. Neither can a man get iation to lbei held at Live Oak. kteping, refined, resourceful,
:: I-tAA. FI.ORII :I good out of co-operation un- Stnwannee county. April 18. athletic. healthful, earnest and
-*+.-:-+-*W+x>,.-.- :. less he co-)operates. I Superintendent P. L. Tippins. s;'cere'" men for husbands.
of tClay county. was officially ac- If this is typical, it may give
..- ~~~ ..a..a..-.. ci't member of the as- P-se to the girl, with matri-
A++ t+t K::, v':sterdav and W. P. m,nial ambitions, who thinks of
Douglass. Dl)uval county attend- n, thing but thl date of the next
Xiance offit-cr, was elected to an dlactce, and it may let some light
Ss r: honorary membership in the as- i: to the young man who thinks
I m X Sunday. March 22. c.idy every time he calls.
SX The following resolution was It these. be the true standards,
The t' ,wn r u w'. adopted: thv are not far different from
Are often at the end of their wits to know where they adopted uwanne Association f hat they have always been.
can have repair work on their cars properly done-how Public School Superintendents.:Girls may enjoy the role of a
to avoid the absolute butchery that is often inflicted Yin regular monthly meeting held "' int butterfly, but when they
Sat Lak, (' ity. March 21st. 1925. fi the right man. the mask
upon cars b incompetent persons. :went on record as follows: c(mes off.
SHe It Resolved. That this as- Ai by the same token, young
t I HeIth sove ol d That this as- yug
This garage offers \ou the oortuniv to have your sciation ein(orse an institute of mh t are not slow about chang-
"u h o r ity all white teachers of the counties, i1 'heir scheme of living when
repair made in the proper manner h mechanics who comprising the association, to be th, v have serious intentions in
KNOW THEIR BUSINESS and who have long since held in Jacksonville. Thursday. th' directionn of matrimony.
passed the experimental stage in motor mechanics. ,Friday and Saturda. October ,:u. young generation may ,e
8. 9. l.i 1.2.. d'"t-headed" and going to per-
H Ae It Further Resolved. That di:.'; as some of its severe
You pay only for the actual time honestly consumed in said in ut iute .hall convene at 'r,:. claim, but it would be
the work. 1:00 p. m.. October 8th. and ad- d t'*iult to find a better model
: journ at 12 m. October 10th. t .-rspective brides and bride-
S* alB Be It Further Resolved. That gr -s.
V M V A r l, each teacher shall receive regu-
We ha. e V ulcani n.g lar salary for school days in at- IST BAPTIST CHURCH
We have recently added an up-to-date VItLCANIZIN( ltendance at institute. dT
DEPARTMENT to our business and have an exper- Be It Further Resolved. Thati .I. Herring, minister.
ienced man in charge "ho does nothing else. We can association shall present these I (ay school. 9:45 a. m. J.
repair your tire as iood :as any body and guarantee recommendations to his board age-. a
S satisfaction. f or approval, and report at next I 'ing worship at 11 o'clock.
regular meeting of the associa- The. 'ening hour of worship is
.'tiom. April 18th. 7:3,

i LaOeQre MotorCompanyn. iT. WEAVER. a-eek prayer and praise
8; L CG. ELMER WILBUR. s,. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.
L. HODGES. embers are expected to
-, ..*...... Obe PlD r -ri,.. tr, a ml .. a*^- J

ogram with Fanny Crosby.
e "Blind Writer of Six Thous-
nd Songs." All are invited to
ome and enjoy singing these '
beautiful old hymns.
Real estate transfers are get-
ng so numerous in Fernandina
id on Amelia Island that an
)stract company is ione of the
needs of the times anld it is said
hat one will likely lie formed
ere in the very near future.
320 acres of land located near
silver City, Grant county. New
[exico, all tinder fence and im-
roved. 70 acres in meadow
hands. 20 head of fine cattle
o with the place. For further
formation write S. M. Ford.
allahan. Fla. 3-27

Harold Stiles, of Ames. Ohio.
as purchased a valuable piece
f property on the beach road.

$10,000,000 Company wanis
an to, eAll Hnn NC,

Augustine, March 24.-' Mr. A. Smolian, of New York,
Thrills galore are in store forlwas in the city Wednesday and
lgates to the American Leg- put up substantial options onl
::: inventiono n in St. Augustine, property here. lie is interested
"ltfe result of contracts closed in the purchase of the .J. F.
. S. Johns Post for an automo- Brady property on Sixth street
.' racing classic to he staged and a thirty-three acre tract on
She beach for professional Amelia Island owned by F. D.
'ivers and cars on April 6. Upchurch. The deals are being
'Si Haughshl, world's speed made through Haile & Ferreirla.
king' with his Miller straight who have several other trans-
,ight and his Reed Special of fers iii view. which will prol)ab)-
2-''5 horsepower will head the ly be closed up in the next few
i. ,of crack drivers entered in.days. Property all over the is-
t!, Uompetitions. Dave Koe-;land. as well as city property, is
1 la. driver of the late Dariolin demand, many deals now
l'-1ta's French Puegeot mach-Iwaiting for abstracts 1to close
itne. Bud Putnam. of Providence: them up.
',oi, (Green, of Pittsburg; Larry
S(tlue. of Kansas City: Eddie PROGRAM AT METHODIST
l)ail,. of Tampa: Wild Sam Pur-, CHURCH SUNDAY NIGHT
is'. -" Jacksonville and several:
othtr crack monarchs of the: There will be given at the
"atinig road will also be on the First Methodist Church on Sun-
i 'ri when the starter drops theda. evening at 7:10 o'clock a
I. evening at 7_:3- o'chwk a_

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me LO, .tell*iflm 1t N .. .......
essities in Fernandina. Morel.] .. .
han 150 used daily. Income ': '"4 .,
35-$50 weekly. Experience un- **a i ..
necessary. Write Dept. H-7. ..
'he J. R. Watkins Company. 62-'
0 West Iowa st.. Memphis. ,
tenn. 4-:

s still

subscription department
in a receptive mood.

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the fly.



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

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PHONE No. 50




Office First Floor Waas Building
Opp,".-: Post Office

and swat

Mill Labor

oveland. Florida

Quick Way to Stop Them
LI" racking coughing, which
t your entire sys-
d ,- :.K;.>.d tt;:i with ;hcfir.-t
.w-i to more dangerous
-i ,* t'tt-td and pi ovcd remedy
r ... lHone). \i:d th rt' a
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p, the onignal Dr. Bel'S
d: dnvau>Aistute. Dr. Bell's
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"*.cli- y flyc Oni.po.ndcdof
: 1 pi -t.-e.., honey
S tu.nd to aid in
S::'.,s no opi.tes or other
,;an be g:vcn even tao yn ng
r,dtc cr 0u:>. I you
'. 'cdticme that otten relieves
n o\ -rnight. make sure you
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a n d Cleaning To

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W, prepay parcel postage
na rcti rning. Florida's largest
ani.4 inest equipped french
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.33 is .. a find. "hat product I. beat xiltp for me-a
i in Sb, %latev of 'lorida.
e Trn th,.uand dollar, in i..hab will he t
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hrs Vi h. idea!
S T,-n shos..nnd dollars more are to beh dir
XI* iso the pumli ltir other good *iKgeatoaem an,
e. produ-s %h.-eial be manufar trerd i the
mn-I ...nlr:
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P prrmldrnl. Jobag-h '. 'oung. eas 'et ailde tl
e .u .oqf,.MM am 'nash reward for Ihoe ,
brip I$ afind there ..oliatloB to his problem.
I'lor I'ilridn Indue trial <('ntlr lhaos been
Sated hl there -Flrlda oelety as a g idlng b
It e *amure d Indistrial progress of the state.

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SHohll id. F'lorids n
P'lea r-weed nar free of charger \
andl wIlhiu obllKallos onm part.
I YF Plrlda Industrial C'ontet book-
ltI. rntalulal Informatlon w"shlrch will
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Medium Forks. thie
Medium Knives. ont for
Ice Tea Spoons. one t,.-
Pickle Forks. one for

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ShIe Florida %cielty of tsurri-a heliewr that bie
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hazard manner; that eter. nei mananufanturing ia- should be rhowsen nith ann especial eye to the
advaatvagem Ahleh nmy asecruie froust the manuIfacture
of that particular reemunodit.i.
what. then. abose i all olthr lhting%. %h.oiuld he
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'hib Informationi. together ithedeetaltil etplan-
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Klenzo Dental Cream
Bouquet Face Powder
Rexall Massage Cream
Rexall Shaving Lotion

25c-2 for 26c4
$1.00-2 for $1.01
50c-2 for 51c
60c-2 for 61c

Symphony Lawn Stationery. $1-2 for $1.01
Le Claire Stationery $1-2 for$1.01

Arabesque Stationery
Cascade Linen
Cascade Envelopes, one for


Jonteel Vanishine ('reani
Jonteel Cold Cream
Jonteel Rouge
Georgia Rose Talcum PoI
Violet Dulce Talcum I'm~
Bay Rum
Pahn Soap
Wisteria Toilet \\atte.r
Rexall Shaving ren'am
Rexall Shaving Stikk

$1-2 for $1.01
45c-2 for 46fc
40c-2 for 46c


50c-2 for 51c
50c-2 for 51c
510c-2 for 51c
tder. 25c-2 for 26c
de:, .25c-2 for 26c
50c-2 for 51c
10c-2 for lie
.<1.00-2 for $1.01
:1,5-2 for 36c
35c-2 for 364

I lb. Cherries
1 ih. Caramels
Iz lb. Milk Chocolates

75c-2 for 76c
60c-2 for 61cfile
40c-2 for 41c


Hair Brushes
Hair Brushes
Vanilla Extract
Mineral Oil
Jams, assorted

75c-2 for 76c
$1.50-2 for $1.51
55c-2 for 56c
$1.00-2 for St.ol
2 for .19,


Remember the Date, April 2-3-4

H 11 to .6 1 a %at el Or Aq


Public notice is hereby given
that neither the Master, Own-
ers, Agents nor Consignees of
will he responsible for debts
of any character contracted
by any officer or member of
the crew of said steamer what-
soever. other than by Master.
Furthermore. when such bills
ar, contracted, the undersigned
agents will not be responsible
for payment of same unless
debtors have bills properly ap-
p roved by Master of vessel and
kteep in touch with this office as
t,, vessel's departure, when they
will be notified time at which
their bills must be presented at
i ciiffoep in ordAr t^ a-* '

Neglecting a little wound, cut
or abrasion of the flesh may in
nine cases out of ten cause no
great suffering or inconven-
ience, but it is the one case in
ten that causes blood poisoning,
lockjaw or a chronic festering
sore. The cheapest, safest and
best course is to disinfect the
wound with liquid Borozone and
apply the Borozone Powder to
complete the healing process.
Price (liquid) 30c, 60c and $1.20.
Powder 30c and 60c. Sold by
J. Geo. Suhrer, Fernandina and
Conner Drug Co.. Callahan.

olntr 1 irit iuier io secure set.
tlefment. When you are in a hurry, the
BAILEY-DAVIS CO.. INC., fellow creeping along in the car
Agents. just ahead seems to have no con-
ception of the flight of time.
A very gifted public speaker
N\ as once asked how he was able
t., speak so fluently upon oeeas-
inns when he was called upon E AT
t. make public addresses.
He explained that it was a
simple thing to do because he
always spoke about things with
which he was familiar and said
only that which he believed.
How true that is in everyI R estat
phase of life. It's never possible a
t( be convincing on any subject ,Formerly Smith
unless you believe in it and are;
thoroughly satisfied that what-'
ever you are saying or doing is
No citizen of this community Sea Food
can be a thorough-going booster
for his home town and the un- ,
(ldrstakings in which it is en- a Spec
gaged, without being a loyal citi-
It's quite impossible to enter
into any project whole hearted-.. PWN ,

Optometrist and Master
tit Defects of Vldseon clentlflt-
calli Corrected

Uniform in quality-rich. frah-
milk flavor. Convenient and eco-
nomkoal. Sweet, pure. wbo oleomn.
Pot drinking and cooking. Prove It
value by giving it a trial. Call or
Phoon today.



l's Rrstaurant



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Thursday, Friday, Saturday, April 2-3-4

0 0'
o- C ren Cry for Fletcher's
'allahan, March 24.-R. A.
Ogilvie went to Jacksonville Fri-
day morning on a brief business
1lrs. Julia E. Wilson and Mrs.,
j. ti. Spurlock visited Hilliard
m1r. J. R. Wilson, wife and lit- The Kind You H ave Always Bought, and which has been
tie daughter, of Jacksonville, in ase for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
visied the former's mother on oan the wrapper all these years
Sunday. just to protect the coming
S. A. Ogilvie and R. A. Ogilvie &Lat'f generatimns. Do not be deceived.
left Sunday afternoon for Key g Cunterfei, Imitations and "Just-as-good" ae but
1St. ElIxperiments that trife with and endanger the health of
.Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baker Ifants and Childrea-Experience against Experiment.
anw' little son, of Jacksonville,
spent Sunday afternoon in Calla-; Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
han. remedy that you would use for yourself.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Raime, of a
Jacksonville. visited R. A. Ogil-I W hat is AIA
vi, and family on Sunday after- Castaria is a hanrles substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
S r a MrDrops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
P Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Grace neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
Btasley motored to Jacksonville
Friday afternoonage is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
S a been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Nr. H. E. Pickett was in Jack- Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
s,4nville Monday on business. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
Ira Brandies has returned the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
ifr m a few days' visit in Ash- The Childrea's Comfort-The Mother's Friend.
ville. N. C. He reports a very
I R.A. Ogilvie, wife and moth-
et and Mrs. Julia E. Wilson Bears the Signature of
'spent Friday afternoon in Les.
Friends of R. H. Higginboth. i
jam will be sorry to learn of his
serious illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moore,
of Sopchoppy, spent the week- In Use For Over. 30 Years
end with Mrs. Moore's parents, The Kind Y Have Always Bought
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Gupton. Tm crTAU cOM ANv. CW Y o K CITY.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pickett and _
little daughter and Mrs. Grace
:Beasley and little daughter,i _____
Helen, spent Sunday afternoon.
Mr. A. A. Dixon and children, B E E N POSTPONED I
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dixon and I Public notice is hereby given
Mrs. Ralph Parker, spent Sun-1 Mr. R. V. Nolan, who has that neither the Master, Own-
day as the guests of Mrs. Julia kindly offered to instruct the la- ers, Agents nor Consignees of
E. Wilson. dies of Fernandina on how to BRITISH S. S. "GRELCAL-
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Gupton and read meters, how to do the mend-! I)Y" will be responsible for
Mrs. Henry Wilson spent Mon- ing in electrical wiring and the debts of any character contract-
day in Jacksonville. many little things every woman ed )by any officer or member of
Mrs. W. F. Conner and Miss should know how to do in an em- the crew of said steamer, what-
Frances Padgett and Clifford ergency regarding electricity in soever, other than by Master.
Brandies motored to Jackson- the home, has postponed his Furthermore, when such bills
ville Saturday. talk before the Woman's Club!are contracted, the undersigned
Mrs. G. E. Gupton and Mrs. H. from Wednesday of this week agents will not be responsible
Wilson spent Tuesday after- until some date to be announced for payment of same unless
noon in Hilliard. .later, as Mr. Nolan will have to debtors have bills properly ap-
Miss Frances Padgett will talk two hours in order to do proved by Master of vessel and
leave on Friday to spend the i his subject justice. Boys are keep in touch with this office as
week-end with home folks in also invited to attend the meet- to vessel's departure. when they
Glenville, Ga. ling, proper notice of which will will be notified time at which
Mrs. Mary Carter has return- be given later. their bills must be presented at
ed from a visit to Naylor, Ga. our office in order to secure set-
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stokes, of jDANISH VIOLINIST HERE tlement.
Jacksonville, visited relatives in MONDAY AFTER EASTER BAILEY-DAVIS CO., INC..
Callahan Sunday. ___ Agents. -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones and Skovgaard, pronounced -Scow
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Higginboth- Gaw,' the Danish violinist will Brains are not worth much
am visited Jasper Higginboth- be in Fernandina the first Mon.- unless they get enough exercise
am and family at Jacksonville on day evening after Easter, play- to keep from getting muscle
Sunday. iing a wonderful program of mus- bound.
Mr. and Mrs. Broward Hig-lic on his thirteen thousand dol-I
ginbotham, of O'Niel, visited re-lar violin. Mrs. Alice McClung It is becoming increasingly
latives in Callahan Sunday. Skovgaard, as pianist, accom- difficult to find an audience
panies him, and is a wonder. A without a fair sprinkling of bald
PUBLIC NOTICE rare treat is promised all who heads.
---- 'attend. .. -


Page Six

Friday. March 27. 1925


Sl I. VE RAVE. % It

Friday, March 27, 1925


Page Seven




There are
jects critical



number of pro-
the welfare of



What are these projects? It is
for the membership to decide.


The undersigned citizens of
Fernandina, knowing that no city
can properly function without a
civic organization of the type of
a modern Chamber of Commerce
and realizing that only a small
minority has made up the Fer-
nandina Chamber of Commerce
in past years, have pledged our
membership to a Bigger, Broader
Chamber to which we believe the
great majority of our citizens,
both men and women, will give
their support.
For twenty-five years or more
our Chamber of Commerce has
been supported by the interest of
only a few men, with contribu-
tions insufficient to pay the salary
of a full-time Secretary. This plan
has enabled the Chamber to do
very little effective work for the
advancement of the city. To
achieve REAL SUCCESS we
must build an organization on an
entirely new plan.
This plan includes the em-
ployment of a paid Secretary who
will give his entire time to the
work of the organization and the
adoption of a program of activity
for the Chamber to carry out the
advancement of Fernandina as
this need appears to the entire

.Alm \ s. Fishler. Morris liSinga
IAtanti. O C !Flood. J. G. L "hma
t Oil Co. Goldstein. Louis .vnn.
Arfaras. John G.. Grunwald. Louis Lohm.
rne. (. W. Haddock. H. C. Lohma
RHaile -Davis Co. Haddock's Barber Shop lann."
Batorde. Hinmb (o Haile & Ferreira 1l
Borden Lumber (o. Hirt. L. G. 'looren.
ker.irm, t L.G.
,.. Hinton J. Ho. H \lcNiel
nlnnicker tHobein. F H....
,.iker "Ho. rsev's Drug Store -s
)ixit Restaurant i ^ a uRat
i Do s t eturnt IHumphreys. D. (.'
Ig n'.L. T.. Keystone Hotel
Fernandina Lumber CO.I'artin
g ra aLumber Co. Kely Co The I). A.
eI rnandina Dock & Realty Co. Kelly Brothers. Theex
Fernandina Cash Grocery Co. La serre Motor Co. Ro I
E l'rjd; Terminal Co. lazaros. Steve


g. Chung
An Bros.
J. R.
Geo. S.
n. J. F.
Jno. R. & Co.
M. C.
I. J. B.
, County
u Lumber Co.
u Coca-Cola Bottling Co
. S. M.
Shoe Co.. The
J. M.


Roux. E. I.
Rogers. Mrs. Estelil
Rutishauser. C. I'.
PIrewitt. C.
Sanders. 0. R.
Smith. Gus
Standard Hardware Co.
Stewart. J. B.
Sturges, D. 1).
Suhrer. J. George
Swearingen. S. H.
Waas' Drug Store
Whitnev. 1W. S.
Willis. Geo. E.
Williams. Miss Emma


By forum discussions and
frequent conferences.
When the program is deter-
mined, then the entire member-
ship will join hands to bring about
its accomplishment.
Co-operation we must have
if Fernandina is to progress.
We cannot stand still. We
must go forward or backwards.
Which will it be?
There are many of you, who
read this, who have not had
opportunity to join with us. We
know you love Fernandina as
much as we do and we invite
you to join with us in making a
new organization that will bring
real prosperity to Fernandina.
If your name is not here, come
to the big Civic Rally nextThurs-
day evening at eight o'clock, at
Nassau County Court House-
You will see a new spirit that will
give you greater faith in Fernan-
dina and our future.
We, sixty-four strong, repre-
senting practically every line of
business, trade and profession,
have joined this movement for a
Greater Fernandina through a
Greater Chamber of Commerce.
We want you to have your place
in our ranks. Two weeks from
today a complete list of the
membership will be published.

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Page Seven

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Page Eight

NUF AOIdav2-

Our Policy

has always been to keep the assets of our
institution thoroughly liquid. Our mem-
bership in the Federal ReservqLSystem
accomplishes this aim to a degree previously
impossible. In the Federal Reserve Bank
we have an unfailing reservoir of cash
obtainable in exchange t',r commercial
paper which we hold.

4 Per Cent. Interest Paid On Savings Accounts



Phone 245 for fresh oysters. Wooi. rood wood. Phone 69.

-T'rade at Samev-

-Trade at IHomo--

Have you seen the new Peggy Jack i. Hardee, of Jackson-
O'Neil Dresses? You should. 'ville, visited his family and pa-
--rr. t o-- :rents her, on Friday.

FOR SALE Willow baby

carriage. Phone 223.
-Trade at ieasm.
Mrs. George Burt went to
Jacksonville Wednesday.

-Trade at Rme--
WANTED-To buy hbuse
Pprnaqndinn Writ BRv 76M9


ST I I l ui vi tt A U ..
-Trade at HNme-
L. S. Chadwick and family
spent Thursday in Jacksonville.
-Trade at oHn.-
WANTED-Roll top desk.
Apply at this office.
-Trade at Hnee-
C. C. Conner, of Hilliard. was
in the city last Friday.
-Trade at "mo--
R. M. Martin has returned
from a trip to South Florida.
-Trad. at .ome-
Geo. W. Anderson, of Chester,
was in the city today.
-Trade at Homer-
Don't forget the motorcade to
Callahan next Tuesday, the 31st.
-Trade at RHom.
Have you bought one yet?
What? Why, a Peggy O'Neil
Dress for Easter.
---Trade at Hoe--
of store by April Ist. Phone,
-Trade at NHom-
All the newest styles and col-
ors are to be found among tiea
Peggy O'Neil dreses.
-Trade. t Haa.-
Cash paid for Shark Fins and
Terrapins. Young Wah Laun-
-Trade at llome.-
J. W. Keen. of Crawford. was
a visitor to Fernandina on Sat-,

(. 1


- tI ado at iA*m--

Miss Mary Smith, of Bryce-
iville, is spending this week in


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

City Treasurer and Collector
-March 2. 1925.
-II- --------- ll IIB Bl ll iiili'.l ii thV!ii fI if^ii

Wood, good wood. Phone. ,'9.
-'I'rad* at llowar-
Dr. A. T. McLaughlin, of
Jacksonville, was in the city \s$-
terday, having come over to h;,oe
dental work executed.
-''rmdel- at Iome--
FOR R E N T Furnii-,d
apartment. Private bath. Mrs.
Jas. Chadwick. Beech and Thh
street. :;-27
-Tradr. at llmni-
J. T. Goodbread and son. J. T.,
Jr., of Hilliard, were greet:iKgr
their friends in Fernandina ,n
-Trade at Hoies--
House, 7 rooms, bath and gi-
rage. on lot 50x100 feet at 117

Wood, good wood. Phone 69.,
-Trade- l a olue-
(;ardner Heath, of New Ca-
naan. Conn.. is registered at the
Keystone Hotel, while he is in
:he city on a visit to his niece,
Mrs. V. S. St. John.
-'Trade at famh.--
FOR SALE-Four yoke of?
oxen and cart. Good team and
,art and all rigging in first-
.lass condition. C. C. CONNER.
IHilliard. Fla.
-Trade at lnme-
Frank I). Upchurch and fam-
ily. of St. Augustine, spent Sun-
day in the city, the guests of
Mrs. ULpchurch's parents. Mr.
;and Mrs. C. J. Davis.
-Tradi at ilme--

Cater Sifts

?/eawties in tMe tapestry
mesh ays. chokers., pea,/
neck/cCes, br ae/ets, wanities.
grosses, rosaries asnd hAu-
dreds of their articles with
which It remnen6er Mtho$ you
love I caste, fime.

4'. .runwald


'Fernandi:ia with relatives. So. 8th st. P. O. Box 286. MRS. IDA LUCAS ROUX Scriptural Entertainment
-,d...i at Home.- -Trade at. ., me- \\ANTED TO BUY- Copies The members of St. Peter's
,f "Fairbanks History of Flor-
Rohert (;oodbread and, fam- Mr. and Mrs. Cromwell Sharp ida. and of "Fairbanks Hiostfor Mrs. Ida Luc:ts R oux, wi!.- ofCuild 7"ve a very pleasant en-
ily, of St. Augustine, spent the of West Palm Beach, announce t. Augustine" Address Mr. J. Mitchell Roux, passedtertainment oiln Thursday after-
!week-end with relatives here. the arrival of a daughter. Ii/;a- P,,x 145, Fernandina Fl away at her home at Washing-oon at the Guild hall. The rain
-,.,,,., ,a .._, beth Estelle, born March 22mi. x 44, Fernandina, Fla. away ather homeat Washing-came down in torrents, but the
Sr J t Bo beth -Edte br Marc n. ton, D. C. March 20th. 1925. af-icrowd assembled and the pro-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Haddock -Trade a me- .\. J. Wilds, of Chester. ac- ter a short illness. :gram was announced, Miss Bes-
attended the funeral of Mrs.. L. Mrs. Carl Warfield has retur;.- cOnp)anied by his daughter. Miss Besides her husband she sie Nagel singing "The World Is
J. Haddock at Lessie Tuesday. ed from a visit to her daughter. \Villma Wilds, of West Palm leaves a son. Mitchell P. Roux waitingg For the Sunrise" by
-'rrad. at Mrs. Earl D. Phillips, of J.a ,each, motored to Fernandina as n t P. Eugene Lockhart. Miss Nagle
John P. Turkelson, of Hilliard, sonville. onm Sat rday. who is in the Navy Department, was never in better voice and a
was a business visitor to Fer- o r -Trade at Home- and one sister, Miss Emma Lu- hearty applause followed. Miss
inandina on Friday. F.S. Cook, of South Florid(. 1cas, of Washington, D. C. Fannie Williams read Scripture
,arrived in the city yesterday t, V. S. St. John and family and
i --rade. ., n.=.,- spend several days with h:s i'he former's parents, Mr. and; The burial took place in t he names in negro dialect which was
Jno. M. Adams. who has been family here. Mrs. St. John. of New Canaan, family lot in Washington the ,ery amusing. Miss Nagel sang.
spending several weeks in Ar- -Trade atinmr- Co'm.. returned on Wednesday following day. Just Because of You" very
I kansas,. returned home Tuesday. M Da '- frorn a trip to points in South Deceased was raised in Wash- sweetly with Mrs. Irving Mes-
Mrs. C. J. Davis and daugil- ,Flrda.Is n ick as accompanist. Miss Fan-
-TradeofRome.NellHoe- ington and was a woman of beau-
Sr. ..- Davis and Mr a.i ngton andwasewomanof ie Williams read "The Garden
. The One Cent Sale will be at Curtis Dodson. were visitors wens, of Evergreen. pleasure was in doing for otherfe of Eden." and was heartily en
Horsey's Drug Store April 2, 3 .Jacksonville Monday. 1 L. Owens, oft Evergreen. pleasure was doing for o hers. cored. Asriptural contest wa
and h Trd a H wh,, is the county commissioner She endeared herself to all who the next interesting feature.
and th. -Tradeatame-f tte. n interesting feature.
-'trade atHome.-,, -fr,,m the third district, who re-;knew her.
-, i Shop for the kiddies at th,:sides at Evergreen, was here on Mr. Roux is a native of Fer- when paper and pencils were 1is-
, <.m e. early and get a full se- Gift Shop. Rompers and Panti- iWednesday to attend a special nandina. but has spent most of tributed brams toweerk and~ pu&
:let. o f the Rexall One Cent..drqsses for little folks from 2 t meeting of the board his life at Washington. where1zle over the sixteen qes -
tile Ofif rings. h 99, asked and to be answered by t-ilt
S:!6 years. Phone .22:. -rade 0- he is connected with the post- Books of the Bible. When the
-Trade at Home.- -Trade .o,-- Friends of L. E. Longee willofficedepartment. He is a broth- a,
XJoh N. Partridge, of West ,-Tra atom offrd lE ni e (eprtine Hi bth half hou was up, about ten had
John N. Partridge, of West Mrs-. Carl Warfield has return- regret to learn that he has been erof ,. L.and E". J. Roux, of this answered the question correctly.
Ilm Reach, spent several days ed fr(m a visit to her dauhtt h'r. an inmate otf a St. Augustincity an the ,rpatnhy of a n the cut was made, Mrs.
in Fernandina this week. Mrs. Earl D. Phillips. of Jack- hospital this week,. and all trust large circle of friends here g Louise Baltzell holding the lucky
-Tra'et Ro.- sonville. that he will soon be fully restor-out to him his sad hour number, was awarded a fine
Why not look at our Peggy -Trade *i nmf-.- ed. of affliction. cake. The social hour was enjoy-
O'Neil Dresses before taking; H. S. Higginbotham, the coun-, -Trade at Hom- PUBLIC NOTICE led, when sandwich's and tea
that shopping trip to Jackson- ty commissioner from Callahan,' Mrs. E. M. Miles, of Philadel-. were served. Miss Frances Car-
ville? It will pay you. was here Wednesday to attend phia. Penn., is spending some Prio h then sang "May Day Mop
-Trade a ut.e-- a special meeting of the board. time in Fernandina. Mrs. Miles thatPublic neither tishe Master, Owgiven th Mrs. Irving M sick plainime
FOR RENT Five-rooms i -Tr..d ..o n..- is delighted with Fernandina ra ei te M se Ownthebeautiful accompaniment.
Feadaelted withF ers, Agents nor Consignees of while Miss Carrio sang in bird-
downstairs, kitchen and bath. Remember when you bul t and at present is stopping with Dutch S. S. "BURGERDIJK" while Miss Carri sang in 'ird-
room, unfurnished. Mrs. S. Sal- Peggy O'Neil frock you will nt Mrs. Frank Gorenflo. will be responsible for debts like tones, both of which was n-
vador. St. Augustine, Fla. meet another one like it on the -Trade a., .._ of any character contracted joyed. The home-made candy
-Trad. e at ..e-- next corner, for only one of eai h 11. M. Murrhee. of Hilliard, by any officer or member of was a treat. Th study of thie
Peggy O'Neil dresses are on 'kind is sold in a community. county commissioner from the the crew of said steamer what-.Scripture contest was in keep-
sale at W. S. Whitney's insur- -Trade. a. .fam- the fourth district. was greeting soever. other than by Master. in with the Lent .ean.
ance office each day by St. Mar- Send your dyeing and che.n-his friends here Wednesday, be- Furthermore, when such bills ery one present fel indebte uto
garet's Guild. ing to R ogers & Jones g in attendance upon a special are contracted, the undersigned the me rs ti
Main St., Jacksonville. Fla. W\e m "etng of the board. agents will not he responsible for a pleasant and insrute
S- prepay parcel postage on retur- -Trade at Home- for payment of same unless -
ing. S. M. Owens. owner of the debtors have bills properly ap-
-rrad. a me-- Fernandin Jacksonville Bus proved by Master of vessel and Col. P. J. A. Farrell. of ('hic-
Mrs. Irene Sauls and son a!:d Fina, will carry a large number keep in touch with this office as ago. Ill., who recently spent sIw-
Mrs. Cleo Sayler and son ,... of local people to the baseball to vessel's departure. when they eral days in Fernandina, is a
P ^A I turned to their home in St. I.-game at Jacksonville tomorrow will be notified time at which member of the board .t goe--
L U l :eryburg last week, after a v-it Isl.50 round trip. o their bills must be presented atjnors of the Army' Club of Chic-
to Mr. and Mrs. Walter S-r 1.@ ,, at H .- our office in order to secure set- ago, and was here look Mv for a
S r. ad ae ., tlement. site the establishment of a club
-Trade o-- A number of local people plan BAILEY-DAVIS '0O., INC., in Florida. He was much im-
II. T. Weimar and wife. ,.,f to leave on Sunday for Miami on Agents. pressed with Amelia Island and
Jacksonville. spent the week-,i-d a Coral Gables bus which will secured prices of laid while here.
1 . .l s u. p r^ c e s o f l d- h r


We carry a full li n of Peterman's Insect Exterminator
and other well kn,,wi brands of insect and vermin ene-
mies. One killed n,, -aves the trouble of killing thous-
ands later.


Horsey's Drug Store



,itere vtery piieasanitly as ie i
guests of Mrs. Weimar's mot,. r.
Mrs. Estelle Rogers.
-Tradr- at llomr-
F(OR SALE--14 head .
oxen and 2 log carts compl, ,l
equipped for logging. l'L-.
reasonable. Lasserre Motor ,1..
telephone 141, Fernandinni. 'a.
-Trade ae ,lpmer-
Mr. and Mirs. Edwin II.,<
have some of the material ,
the ground preparatory it >e-
ginning the erection at t;eir
new home on South Ninth et.
-Trade at fl.eir-
FOR SALE Eight ',ni
houe and three lots 5o0xl" ft.
on Escambia street betwt.ti Ith
and 5th, north. Apply ,
J. B. McDonald. city. -.
-Trade at lome--
L. B. Burns, super;,- .,
of the Seaboard Air I.., i.
was in Fernandina last i a\
in his private car, togeth. t iti
other officials.
-Trade at Blume.-
* Col. W. F. Dow and of
Portland. Maine, who ha\. ',onn

come to rernandina for the
passcuegers. Some are going to
Grand Lodge. 0. E. S.. and some
are going to look Miami over.
-Trade at ItIe-ipi
Forty Boy Scouts of Troop
Five of Jacksonville, with Cyril
A. Marx as Scout Master, spent
the week-end at Fort Clinch.
They attended services at St.
Michael's (atholic Church in a
body Sunday morning at the
10 o'clock hour.
-I'rade at Home-
Orpha D. Bruce Chapter No.
35. 0. E. S.. initiated two can-
didates last Friday evening, the
meeting having been largely at-
tended by local members, as well
as many from Callahan and
Jacksonville. After the degree
work refreshments were served.
-Trade at Hoem-
J. George Suhrer has had a
run on his "weather prophets"
which were advertised in the
Leader last week and again this
et'l-:. The ,j.;lfit is quite a nov-
,lty and is going strong. Don't
forget to clip the coupon out of
the paper when you so to huv

Sliding stairs that pull out of
ceilings have been invented to What has become of the old-
save floor space, but no one has' fashioned girl who had some em-
been able to pull the- money for! broidered dish towels in h-er
the grocery bill out of the air. hope chest?


Dodge Sales andl Service

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

A. J. Rinck &A, J, DeWinkler


fiidav. March 27. 1925

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