$I." PER TEAR
AND FERNANDINA NEWS-RECOSD...4ONSOLIDATED DECEMBV~lgptg15. 1926.
BEqT INTE.RESTS OF PERNANJDI'iA COUNTY. AND~ THE ST#LTE OIF FL.ORIDA~.
FERNANDINA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 2(6. 192.5
R il mIRlAl l lTM ltiiMM 1 INMI 11l! N11 P11T mI itii ImII11110K
BIG CELEBRATION AT FOR THE BRIDE M. E. DIST. CONFCE
FERNANBINA FOURTH G CONVENES HERE JULY 1
EVENT -IVEN UNDER A 0- --.
VENT GIVEN NERA CAN WELL BE APPLIED TO 5 LARGE NI'MIBER OF PRO
SPICES OF FIRST RAP- GUiSTAV STARK
TWIST CHURCH. Beautiful Silver THE BAHAI MESSA(;E NENT METHODIST
SSU O ..R ES. h. -- -6 t... i eEXPECTED.pp
BIG CROW ILS-EXPECT' It was with sadness that theE- SUCH AS YOU WILL FIND AT A secon -- --.t a-,.-d -E
--news was revered on Saturdayi SUHRER'S ,d him,. it td t I havt HR', E DAY SESSION HERE
l'raw Band For Entire Day and morning that Fernandina's old- written you an epistle before
A Doubleheader Bas e.st ctizen- .Mr. Gu.stav Stark, eweler FERNANDINA Drtggist this. summoning yo to t h, Shore Diner at the Beach at
A leame. had passed away at 11 o'clock cause o "od but a "e of tiheThursd
al ame Friday evening. Ju ne 19th at Afheedess.'Y odt ave Pr olaimedt
the age of ninety-three years. .tlllBllliBNtlluminIaHiMt !:iit. thedlss. You have proclaimed ernoon.
The Fourth of July will be Mr. Starke had for sixty-eight t. ----e.- ---e..... that you were the defender of o
celebrated at Fernandina this years been connected with the the oppressed: now it hath be- Jacksonrll e Dstrt Con
yeats advertising matter having business and political interests com 'vident that you ar* not fMethodistruwllcneh F
been prepared this week, which of Fernandina and was nored' J J Nor are you kind to voulr ow thodist Church of Ferani -
will be distributed over Nassau and respected by all who knew Lsuffering and oppresed people d Ma next Wednesday evening at
and adjoining counties. The him. "g flrpcotrapnii
and adoinin counties. The him. Your actions re contrary to ministers and delegates beto ninety
Leader also carries a half-page IW was born in ('hur, Switzer- S. H. SWEARINGEN TO OPPOSE P KEI.I.Y FOR RE-ELE('- your ow interests and your nxecters and deleates being
advertisement in this issue call land, and came from Italy to the' TI" AS CITY COW-IISSIONER-.1UI.Y 11 kingly pride must all. Because elected for the session, which
ing attention to the celebration. United States in the month of II of your arrogance (uid short l w'clock.a Th Woman's Mission-
Although the Fourth falls on July, 1.53. and settled Fe- AST DAY TPAY ill tro our oere o o Th
Saturday this ye a the mer- nanlina i, September, 117. France will fleei away from vo ary society has arranged for
chants hav, ecidedt to close at Deceased was a charter mem- With the city primary dee-, tor and clerk, at the city hall he- and you will e helmed b shore dinner which will be pre-
1:00 o'clock p. m. for the r er of Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. tion less than a month off, ve' fore July 1st. a great conquest. There will pared and served under th sup-
mainder of the day, and A. M., and, was eretary oflitte is doing in local lit So far lamentation and morning \ visir f tAlbertone Simon.
dina people will have to do their the lodge for thirty years, being ls dong local polt o far only tt en bemoaning the loss f their er of the Keystone Hotel.
shopping for Sunday before that presented with a loving cupi a cirles as far as The Letader hae announced the'rnelves. the sons. Thi arraignment yt eNa- Thursday at 600 p. m. at
hour. rfe years ago in aipreiatiorn of.able to ascertain. On the 21# hI.et cum'nt. I .. poleon III was published and i'hi Fimpanna veh casino.f th
The celebration this year is his long and faithful s e day of Jul the people of Fer ma r-mmn r spread.mpotat nt th
(ler t nau s ot t i th Io e m an S in. cot a n consie t ) gram will be financedd
under.the"auspices t il nandina will elect a member of atsessor of taxes., having placed] throughh the sale of tickets, Mrs.
Baptist Church oflernandina, Prior to the Civil War when the City Commission to serve their announcements in-l he r1isonle.r single and s,,litar'. E. \V. lBailey and Mrs. Thos. J.
which denomination is now hay- the old Florida Railroad was for three years and the law re- Isader this week. Commission- withoutn assi stafer, Sh- ehavin
ing erected a handsome new completed from Fernandina to quires that poll tax must be paid er Kelly was elected two years a foreigner and s trnger im- hti-st thsales.
brick ch urch adequate for t Cedar Key. which was next to for two years and that voters ago when the people changId prisoner in the fortres ts tof thAkka ,,
needs of its large and growing the aolest railroad in the State.t e registered on the city books the govenment to the commihanged writing such letter to th The s ion imlookedforward
congregation, and all proceed h aiste in laing out new before they can participate in si-manager form, receiving emper of rance and sultan of in loal Methodist circle in
from the sale of coolt drinks, Fernandina and erected the first the election. The last (lay forth second highest numb er key Reflect pon this. how great manyrs. The pro-
lunches, etc., which will b e hand- brick building. which he used the payment of poll tax is Satur- V(ltes acr'ded any candidate il Baha'u'llah upraised the stand- great many yeai e e D
led by committees already ap- for many .years as a h akery and day, July 11th. That date is al- the race, which entitled him to a ard of his cause in prison. Re- foll
pointed, will go to the Baptist confectionary and which is now so the limit for candidates to seat oi the commission for two, fer to history. It is without Wednesda Jul I
church building fund. It is occupied by the First National qualify to make the race under ,years. M. Swar. en ... l)aralle. No such thing has hai)- .-e ,
planned to make the event one Bankt lie served on the Board the cityla Po.. l ax must be so a candidate at that ti me. ped e- athat ti ehoerol ..
.to be remembered by all who at- of nty ('omissioners for paid to J. D. Ogilvie, county tax Kelly's friend, aret n ti. s. a ince; apr. nera n. and a rxil a h d h olm erIon.
tend and the ople of thJ coun- may M.years and" was county collect or, e o a ws le at the county courthimand M. Sweain.eu states saihios cause a sted. istg. Thurd n n
ty are extended a hearty.ing m.iva llt Stasuer of N .... t t... A.ht o Hr tah hingsba to dCstso t Jl r
nandia. was mayor of Fernandina i -- who banished him. m or eaa. indthe .. f 'rg t
The program provides for ex- 1881 and was a member~ of the`FERNANDINA PEOPLE BRITISH STEAMER LOAD S His cause spread more and on erence- .n
tensive and varied entertain- city council in 1888. whi'n the V G 2200 TONS OF HOS ATE more. The Blessed Perfection a. .-
itnt for the visitors expected. finest water works system waste e was a pri n isoner twenty-five 11:00 a. s -
There will be a big basket din- created and through his long and shi thel a ring all this time he 11:00 a. .-Our pena -
Sati fih fry gat the city park and active (ca ree he was active, T voters of Fernandina and; The British steamship Eth. el- years During all this time he ndonit n
r and i lh frheat the city park allin nd active career he was look-;Amelia Island, who participated aric arrived Monday fo Per- was subjected to th indignities A. Cooper.
and a dobl the a erno the first in progressive move t anment of thein the election held on Tuesday nambuco and commenced loa(- and revilement of the people. 12:00 noon -- Adjourmf. nt
game in the afternoon, the aft ng2: co immunity. adntto elect three trustees and fix ing Tuesday and sailed th same le was persecuted. mocnked and ft'r lunch.
gam best ee the local aggrt r. Stark wa first marriommuitthe sub-school district ill ay with 200 ts phosphateput in chains. In Persia his :00 p. m.-Ser b v.
gtion between the local ag g kore- to Mr. Star a wrbara Hffrie for the two years next ensuing. for Hamburg via acksoville.roperties were pilaged and his red Lagfor.
ville Times-Union outfit. This Stark. widow of his brother, voted to raise themit e millage f Terminal Company's elevat Flor anishment from Pesia to l 2:ess p. m.-Conference ui
alone will be worth coming miles William Stark. in Mount Morris, five to the maximum ten mills, 6Terminal Company's eleva ors anishm ent from Persia to- s.
;m) m>to witness, as Fernan..ina lpia N. Y. To that hio were Iornwhich was recommended by theifor account of Hard Rock As- ''Baghdad; then t Cl.. tanti 4n- 2:40 p. m.-Hospital i_. ard --
to place a very strong lean in six children, three of whom are board of trustees to take care of1ev.iation an(l ship was ha ndled p: th e n t Adrianople ially Rev. 1. F. Wright.
the field, now living, the other three hav- the school needs and provide an bl)Y the Bailey-Da'is Co., .it. from Rouimelia to the pris.o for- 3:00 p. m.-Temperance and So-
In dditi t se tatu .. i ing infa. His first interest and sinking fund for The Ethelai had uite a tress of Akkial Service-Dr. A. Mr-
e program will the r win died M February 187. the time warrants to be issued number f Brazilian monkeys urng his lifetime h wasin- ev. (. Crook.
hathing, boating and fishing, Deceased was married the se-In the near future for the ereceaboard and ithe owners did con- tensely active. His energy was :21 p. m.--rphanage. lord
r things that e always nd l to Apphia Tils, ion of a new school building. iderale ine here, selling unlimited. Scarcely one ght R. Smith rdi.
,.jlifv, and it is a safe bet that of Fernandina. May 23, 1873, 'Those elected to serve were them to Fetnaidii1a p 'Ed,', was passed in restful .e). he:- .. htd
thjo, aitep of the county' hnd ad- who d i May 9th, 191:3L.Judge J. B. Stewart, John R. July promises to, be as gd re these ordeals, suffered ~ onar s t-Mrs. 0. O. Mc-
joining counlties are toun ing i;a Threg ci dren aret left to Hardee and Mrs. I. R. Messick.'as June il local shipping circles. these calamities and difficulties ('.,lum.
.large numbers to spend tin mourn'the catb of this good John R. Mann, who has been in order that a manifestati on ofI :21 -Board of churchh Ex-
rge tmberas to spend Thr mmn de ieat h o tres goChar- chairman of the board, having CTy COMMISSION selfishness and servict might tenion-Rev. R. A. Guy.
Fourth at Fernandina. Tandhler M. Sq k: 't f .Jaecsonville. C r-declined to run. This will be become apparent ii the w,,rld (It te7i:84) p. m.-Song and devo
will n attractions galore and l ,~ Ptar(n of J B onoMosslthe first time in the history of Th City I. mnion T. humanity: that the .t "'rh:t t tonal service-7J. E. llartsdtierld
:mple arrcmodatimns f(,r all, so'f. M ra, R. (." ord ,, o S Fernandina that a lady has ever Wednesdaay evening at th. city' Peace" should become a reality: :00 p. m.-Hoard of' Educ
hring thee whole family. .mh- m, of... --d_- servdl.on the board of trustees building in regular ssn and that human souls might appeal thiE'n and Siuth,.rn College--Rev.
.C. Reed is chairman ,fhtn f rn ices. and wp must say that the people transacted rutine busing as the angels of heaven th A.F. Turner.
( .Cmittee on hontributions,. an eonc at the reside rofhis have .elected a very able (n.tr,. A committee f;',a the heavenly miracles \wold bt* Friday. July 3
while no canvass for funds is be- daughter, ,,W W ,. S"W ,itneywhi E(m aVman'e faiut h tthat rmne
ing made. any amount handed on Sundayafternooaat 4.o ck, den tetore tht IJot. and a.k,. .,r edman faith s.houhl le strength'n-. Starne,..
Mr. Reed to help def Kthe ex- cond etdG by his pastor, e.. CARl OF THANKS increased pa:'ing facilitie- at :ed and per'fe-te.--Adv. 9:01 a. m.-('onfer.nce huM.-
penses of the celebrate will be W. Oyerstreet, if the First .IS, FSernandi Beah -a'o W WIlDS WES
p-.r d al rshv a Cl'rch of which' We wish to thank all the kind the commission ordered tha, the \Vlli.M :2Wl a. in.-Sunday S(-O'.
luwated any time rtt&e stql -Oihe was a member.: The asodic friends for all they have done' sum o, $.00 be spent f'-r such RICHMOND. VA. MAN 21ST [rhard- J. 11. Bunch or F. M
the D. A. Kelly Co. Call on him fraternity then took charge of: for u.s during the illness and improvement, the work t,, be V Williamson.
---he will be glad to see veot. *e remains, concluding !the death of our father.--Mr. and dlne under the -upervi-io,, of The many Feiinaitidit t sl 9:44' a. m.-EpwErth LEagu..
Another big feure )f the burial rites at the.grave, more Mrs. W. S. Whitney. the city manager. Nassau cdonty f elfri' ,f hf -Mis: Wrd-- 1. | .J. t 'ari-Ut0..
program will be the music than fifty Masons bgng in at- t..i...t w otiIda.rfo1inci-ly m.(Boar- If.I
furnished throughout t -day tendance. besides mtg y tfiends tmer, I ut niw < it \Ve st. Itaim 1(1'1141 aiL. m.--Board ,Ef lat
hb the Jacksonville Police Band, and relatives, the'funeral being -each wi be iuite t to Act ii 10: -. P. m (oard.
which is a good one, and which tce of the largest ever conduct-- ..g. of Ri.hm.d. i i ... )r Ia S. Patterson.
has been secured for the occas- ed in Fernandina.IntermentI i,. whih happy vent tk lat. : a. m.-Missionarv .
ion?. was mad. in, the family lot iln =_--_ _. -D--al.-i.
The Fernandina Beach casino beautiful St. Peter's cemetery. -V it e First Palm hIv iun 21. 12:Y nn -- Adjorn f,,.
will be thrown open f the public The pallbearers were Leroyv W ALL CABINET The bride is the youngest da1auh-. :lich.
the entire day. and al who 'ti.nh MMurra. Hinton J. Baker, E. W ALL-CA lN tr f Mr. and Mri MI .1. Wilds. h 2:- p. m.-Sermon l Re
to dine there will be served .1. Roux. 'ha-rles Hardee, Louis tE (of Chester. and ha. a host of .J. Ii. Mather
chowder and lunches prepared Goldstein and C. Prewitt. SA FET Y friends who .join i wishing her' 2:0 ., m.-Confer,,t b.i-
under the supervision of Albert The floral offerings were 1 a long life eof unallo etd happi- ,
1). Simon, manager of the Key- many ad beautiful. n:s and prosperity. 4:30 p. m.-Remark' bv Pre-
stone Hotel. The sympathy of a large circle KAZ j iding Elder.
of friends is extended to the i- BASEBALL MEETING ON Adj.urnment.
UNION SERVICE AT THE family in their sad hour of aflic-1 NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
('OURT HOUSE SUNDAY tion.
E l+t I -PARENT-TEACHER ASSO'-
('ANNING; PLANTS GOLNG All pa tie. int t SOCIATION 1 EETS JILY 1
The Methodist. Presbyterian ___ organization o a baseball t am
h'he in Fernandina this s'asl will
,pand Baptist churches will unite As a result of heavy catchespleaseat the t uili A meeting of the Parent-
in an evangelistic service at the of shrimp off the coast of St.r t next Monday *ning at .. Teach.r Association will be held
court house next Sunday at 4:00 ushrimpAa grea t manyge ofrthe t o'clock p. m. in th, public school auditorium
hrimp ats have gone there. D rugn Wednesdayre July pst at 4:30
(),Clock p. mJ This Meetingwillhsm l tnsrfse
p.. This meting will 'The shrimp for the most partT Sct ., W ay
Conducted by the men of the ar h t ernanda "The Sore Accommodating" JBaldwin atronar espially
different churches and will be canned. which, in addition to Phone 4 FERNANDINA, FLA. !.the citve. serda'r. T.v are.
NASSAU COUNTY LEADER. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
Page TWO_____ _--
Noti e 1,. hereby given that th
thereof as will be necessary to pa
posite to same, together with the ,
sold at public auction on the ith d
County of Nassau.
As desc ilted in 1) B. 22,
page 2.;'. Co Re -
As desril ed in D. B1. 31.
page 204. Co. Rl.-'
As des ril.d n 1I It 22.
page 34. Co. Hter..
All of (le...s 5 a'.rts) in S,- -
tions 4"* and
As des, ril.cd in D lV 13.
page 21:. Co. 11cc
SWt of S.:'. NE'- of NE f
Lots 13;4. 13i;5. for 1-.3
Lots 13'4., 13b6.. for 1'J:
S l of S\VI N% of \\ '
Lot 36 ...
Lot 42 .
14* of SF'7
RWN of NV, and in D B.
B-.. pg 195. Co. ec.
All of (leas 1 acre to rin*-
Tr(,%N OF CRAWFOIRD-
.ot 125 ................ ...-
I..te 1. -. 1.3, 174 .....
Lott 1. 182 .
Lots 20,. 2.1
LutS 321, 322 ......
Lot 6. -3 .-. -.
LotU 578. 67 .........- -..
Lot 77 ... .......
Lot .. ......
Lots 937. 938
Lots 19110 11110.lil
Lot 67 .
Lots 1170. 1171. 1176. 1177.
118C. 1187. 1192. 11933
Lot 1270 ..
DESCRIPTION 01 I AND
RW% of NE%. SW% of .9E4
and NWV of Sf E%. 4
NWk of NE ...
NW1 %of S % .
SW% of SIE,
SE% of SW, 'I NW$ (h
All of (le.F-, of L'..t h and r,
part of rt. I* a'. -
All of (le 20 aes and rt
of way ) 14
RW of NW1' 14
N f 4of N\N'.. and NWI'. of
NW%0 of NI. I
.iW% of S 11
N% of Lot i13
Ns of SWV ,
E of N\V .*.
NW% of N:' If "
NE of *.\'. Ni .W.-
N% 7 S
Sig of .SW '
S "% of o.V* 1i
Lot 18 .... i
,ovt 41 1
t 4 .
1. 2. i'. 23 am1 57 1
LotS 33. -i. 5, ". W- Nw'
of N" N' (f
,Lot, 9. and 2 7
1lotsl :. and 'C0 1
Lots r and 21
Lots 32. 62 -
Lots 42. 3. 14
Lot 32 .......
Lots 13, 14. 1. i or %'.W
of SW.%, -
Lots ?2. A: -4 ;
Lots 57, ,'. in il '. of"
Lot 18 1
Lots 61.CL -'
Lot 17 14
Lot 60 11
Lot 42 .. 11
.ot 41 11
_.ot 10 1
Z.ot 12 1
..ot 63 1.
..ot 1 1.
.ot 68 1.
lo t 55 .. .... .
-ot 47 .......
L o t 44 ..... ..... ..............
Lots 4. and 63 ........... 1
Lot 44 ................... 1
Lots 22 and :3 I
Lot 31 ... ..... 1
Lots 39 4 ......
LOt 41 ..................
Lot 56 and ........
Lots 21' and 2. ... .....
Lot 15 .
Lot 3? ....
Lots 3. 3 4. 35 36 .-
Lots 28 and 3; ;
Lot 2915 .
ot 2 *3 .... ...... ......
Lot 19 .
Lot 56 -
Lot 45 .
I.'it 41. 42
'., 3 .
t 56 ... 3.
I. t 4. 4. 35 .. .
-all of Lot 1 3 n..
L ,t 4 .
I .. ,
I.. ts 4. 5. .
N1. 13.f 1 2t :, accordi 6g to
Virginia 'ol,,li.v l'lat
L Lt 3 12.3. 1
L.'ts 7. ., ". 10, 11. 12. 13. 1i.
1;. 11 1.. 2'. 1 2. 5. 24.
5 2 6. 26. 2;' 2- 0
.ll of L.ts 1 t o, ;.2 in..
Lotj 24. 2j
LutS 7. S
Lots 1. 2. .1. 4. 5. 6. 9. in. I1.
12. 13. 1;. 2-., 22, 23. 26.
N' of Lot 14. S' of Lot l1
Lot 9 .
lol.,k 6. Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7 1. i
10 .. ...
l4ick 6. Lots 11 to 20 inc.
2.2. o, 2". 2:
Block 7. Lots 30 to 3!' Inc-
E't of NU 1.. 5jF.1 of S%\' .
SW'V of SE'
NE' of SI'.;
W% ot N\V ..r.f x..
Lot 51 ..
,f S '.,'
I. : 'i: 0
ot t -\\ i
.F f M>*', SEV' .. .oE, of
SE's of .S\V'...
N. S. Conner _
J. J. N. Conner
Campbell & Davis
J. V. Sierra .
M1. Sutton ....
C P. Winther
E. A. Furelaw ...
Campbell & Davis
Mrs James Seydel
Campbell & Davis
Campbell & Davis
Capnpbell & Davi.s
Campbell & Davis
Campbell & Davis.
Campbell & Davis
V. E. Garrison .
A. P. Prance. Jr....
N. J. Kern
Campbell & Davis.
Campbell & Davis
Campbell & Davia.
H. M. Harris ...
Campbell & Davis
John Volght ..
Campbell & Davis
J. h. Daniela .
Martin Hokenson .
J. W. Mesalck
Wnm. H. Burgen
Mrs. L. B. Flanick
J. F. Reed -
Chas. F. Rocke .
Edward A. Franks
D. C. Leading .....
Campbell & Davis
Mrs. Elizabeth R
J. B. Campbell ...
B. M. Gibson .
Levy Jacobs ..
L. E. Jacobs ..
Campbell & .Davis
P. E. Thompson
D. F. Spaihnhour
F. E. Glascoe
0. E. Glascoe ......
V. IH. Glascoe ... .
A. L. Shoup ...........
Fred H. Moore ..
Harry E. Atherman
J. A. ronset .
R. A. Richard ..
F. J. Cunningham
II. A. Hollenweber
J. B. Campbell
Morris Agar .
George Brand ..
0 Andy Rothman
I E. D. Thurston
sy .. ........ ...
S Mrs. Annie Steks
L. Lingren .....
H. A. ossoee ... .
R. F. Vaughan
S Herbert Gordon
S Herbert Oordon
S Herbert Gordon
S Herbert Gordon
' Herbert Gordon
36 3N 23 :44.. Herbert Gordon
3 3N 2-. NI, Herbert Gordon
14 4N -' 1 Nassau Farms Co.
15 4N B3 B F Scott
IS IN 23 111#0 1'. Scott
15 4N '3 1 B. F. Scott
15 4N 'J3 9 14. F. Scott.. .....
1, IN 23 120 P. Scott .
I 4.1 N 23 40 Jessie J. Johnson
I1 4N ;3 40 U '. L Lambert--
1. IN 23 160 Mrsa W. E. Sikes.
22 4N 23 160 Unknown .
Z:3 4N 23 20 Mrs. Irene Garrett
23 4N 23 10 Unknown
25 4N 13 10 R M. Davis ....
26 4N 23 640 H. A. Renfroe .....
27 4N 23 80 T. A. Scott ............
2- 4N 23 40 T. A. Scott ............
28 4N 23 40 T. A. Scott .....
21 4N 23 40 T. A. Scott.........
2 4N 33 171 J. A Kniht ..........
33 4N 23 40 J. E. Nettles ..........
33 4N 23 80 Geo. W. Nettles ....
33 4N 23 10 A- J. Harder .. ....
33 4N 23 20 A. J. Harder ..
34 4N 23 120 B. F. Scott
34 4N 23 20 Campbell & Davis
34 4N 23 40 W. E. Dunbar
35 4N 23 10 J. B. Peaty .
3: 4N 23 44# Herbert Gordon
43 IN 23 3 David Benjamin
45 4N 2.1 2 G. H. Stokes
47 4N 23 151 B F. Scott
49 4N 23 8 I B F. Scott
5 IS 24 21 0 A. R. Johnson
I IN 24 so N.M. Carroll
2 IN 24 :0 John C Holbein.
: IN :4 20 John C. Holbein
S IN 24 120 J. 11 Sutton
; IN 24 160 J H. Sutton
11 IN 24 10 Irby W. Worrell
11 IN 24 10 Minnie H. Gilbert
11 IN 24 10 Annie Wa oner..
11 IN 23 10 F. C. Merkle .
12 IN 34 bO J. M. Keen .
16 IN 24 46 Kinee HIggtnboth-
13 IN 24 635 J. M Keen .........
Minnie H. Gilbert..
D. 0. Davidson ...
W. A. J. Sehbbert
Mrs. F. A. Ashton.
Mrs Wm. A. Heet-
e r .... ..... ......
E. A. MaeBeth ...
Mrs. F. A. Ashton
I. P. Workman .
Jean Barnett .......
J. D. Leis ....
14 IN .4 10 Mrs. Wm. A. Heet-
14 IN 24 60 Mrs John Baker .
15 IN :4 10 Allan Felters
23 IN 24 10 B. A. McBeth ..
231 N :4 10 0. P. Workman ...
2 3 4*
15 3 N
: 3 3N
e following described lands, or so much
my the amount due for taxes herein set opD- DICE'RIPTION O' LAND
coat of said sale and advertisement, will be
lay of July,. A. D. 1925. at Fernandina. In the
J. D. OGILVIE,.
~ o t N ...
S Nw NW of .. ....... .. .
a i NE of NEL,. N.% of SE1
a Of NEV,
OW It of .4% of SW o ..........
S As described In D. B. 3
S 6i P p. 17". ('". Iec.- .....
5 I I W4' of SW ., of NWi...
1! 1 iA ll of .........
Lot : ...I. .. .
Lot 4 .. ..
IS 23 200 A. J. Kinard .. 25.01 Lot
18i 2 40 Fmily E. Ward .. G.98
IS Z; 40 A. K. Fouraker. 3.94 Lot 22 ..
2S 40 I. N Rewis .... 3.8 Lot 41
IN :. l '.* J. If. Sutton 2.;01 I ot N .1 .
NW'4 of W',
IN 23 3:7 Paul D. McGarr .. 41.1h SE4 of NW'. NE; of SE
IN 2:* 4. J.- H. Sutton ... 3.61# of W o. SWVo. SW
iN 2 520(* 3 II. Sutton 33.09 tof SE % of NEV,. E
I N i f 4 8 0 A R J o h n s t o n 5 3 0 1 i A l l of -.. .
IN 2" h0 A. R Johnson 7.22 E% of NW'-.. of SWV .
2N bt) RH D. Crews 5.30 NE- of N4' %. NE%. Sl'
S'; 0 Herbert Gordon .6.ft E% of NE'. of SEI,
2N 3 40 R. D. Crews ... : 89 S of Sw ..y
2N 3 46. Herbert Gordon ;I89 SE'- of NW'V. of 8.%. 1 F
3 40 Josh J. Carroll 4.50 of NE. of SWk.. for 1I
SE% of NW IL of SW'.4, E
2 40 R. D. Crews .. id NE1.1 of SW%*,,for 15
2N 23 80 E. Johnson 6.32 \Ni% of NE ..
2N 23 80 L. J. Williams .. 12.69 %V SE%. W of SE
zN 2; 41I Wm. Rowe 3.89 NE%
Lot I or F'rac. W.. of NE
2" "'. bhu Wm. Rowe ... 11.27 IL of N w .
A Bellamy Grant (less 13 A
to J. C. Jones ... ;.)
As described in D. It. 43.
I'ge. 195. Co. Re7 ";
Block 305, Lot 14
Block 308. l.ot 20 ....
Block 318. Lot &5 .
Block 321. Lot 20
Block 321. Lots 27. 2 ..
Block 322. Lot 16
Block 322. Lot 4
Block :127. Lot 2., for 192:'
Block 327, Lot 28. for 19:
Block !27. Lot 2 9. for 1924
Block 3"0, Lot ...
Block 3.30. Lot I ..
Block 332, Lot 30 ..
Bl<":k 3115, Lota 12. IS .
Block 343. Lot 5
Block 246. Lot 4
Block 352. Lot 26 ..........
Block 352. Lot 2' .. ...
Ulock 352. Lot 21 .
Block 3f2. Lot 2
IBlock 356. Lot 20
Block 361. Lot 2C,
Block 3695. Lot .
Block 365. Lot 30
Uluck 366, Lot 11 .
Block 36*;. Lol 28. '29, 30 ..
Block 36;, Lot 20 .......
Block 370. Lot 12 -
Block 382. Lot 30
Block 388, Lot 9
Block 389. Lot 7
4 Block 390. Lot t; .
Block 395. Lot 22
I Block 359. Lot 1 .
Block 410, Lot 10
9 Block 414. Lot 1' ..
4 Block 41.. Lot 29 .
7 Block 416. Lot 11 -.---
7 Block 41kh, Lotu 22
4 Block 426. Lot 16 ..........
4 Block 430. Lots 14. 10 .
4 Block 431. Lot 19 ...
8 Block 434, Lot 13.
4 Block 435. Lot 5 .....
SBlock 438. Lot 27 ...... .....
4 Block 441, Lot ZIl
SBlock 4 ,. Lot b ...............
.4 Block 453, Lots 16, 17
;4 Ilo< k 457 Lot I .
,4 Block 45i. Lots I, 2
-4 Block 461, Lot .
:4 Block 461. Lot 1 ...
Block 461. Lot 16.........
.4 Block 46J, Lots 27. it ....
14 Blocuk 474, L..t 2b .
.4 Block 474. Lot 2t6 ...
.4 Block 4t0. 1.0. 2. .
Block h2. Lot ; ..
i6 SW otf N\V .
..4 i s,
J M Keen
.1 M Keen
.1 M. Keen
1 N Green
Mrs Eliza Crews
J. W. Rorckett
.1. W. Rockett .
tint- Company ....
C. W. Lee
W. E. Douglass -
iI C Emmerson .-
S. 1'. Roderick
.%1. C. Douglass
Mrs. E. V. Rui.s'-l!
Ctallahan Turp. C-
(Callahai, iT'rp. '
Mrps. J. H. Jone4 s
ft. L. Jones
Callahan Turp. <'o
Mrs J. I. Jor-s
I' .A W ilori
U'iiknvl it ..
KLe- ui -I fiart -- Ugtth
I. W. Howshicdd
K. U. Goldberg
W. St. Bolles
G. L Boy es
H, M. Harris
Joseph E Ilarrisot
J. C. fichiotes
Mrs. W. B.- Bonn
i' lt'nknnwi .
. \\ W ils n
o4n 1 'Cillatian Tur p 'o
:0,i C IllahIan Tut I...
t'; M rs .1 11 J.-n*.
. : J I' Jon-.s.
Mrs. olive I'Pr'e
Mrs It J. J '4('Cfn -
l.arne.-t 1. Shirti)
C. M Stor .
Charles F Reilly
Nassau Realty &
Mrs. John Mitchler
Mrs John Mitchler
Mrs. John Mitchlei
P. J. Murphy
Napsau Realty &
Dev. Co. .
Alfred J. Myer
J. P. Zuroff
C. HI. Eggart
4i. A Hanle)
John A- Dollison
W. F. Hildinger
J. M. llaps
C. L. l'ierce
1E. A. Mahar
Nassau Realty &
Dev. Co. .
H. W. Burk .
J S. Maxwell
Nassau Realty &
MIrs. Jennie 51
.. G. Rohr
A. W. hohlwing..
WM. Willis ...
.1. J. i'rzybysz
J. E. Anderson .....
Those. 1. Quinn .
S. W. Sandahoff
Nassau Realty &
Dev. Co. .
SUnuown ....... ....
A. (. Hoban
.' L. llanna
F. r. Muay
Ola F. Jonll's
J. "'. CKriziu
.1. '. H11ddoc k
.\. F. 4;asmnsert
r. C. Swagart
1. D. Lindsey
41) A. J Higginhoth
440 A J. ftigglnboth-
to Mrs. Adalald" M-
20 Donald l)a% is
:40 Donald Davis
16 ugine l'lerrfnger
5 Donald Davis
40 Donald Dais.
1 b T. H. Davla
40 Frank I)utchrr
1el J. I. l.eigh
20 Mr!. -M. 1. 'lark
Il .1. JR. Vans,),.c
10 Maria Man,;.r
.10 'has. Jluelz
li0 Wel-hy ishihol>
10 WV C. Beddow
10 R L. Taneyhlll
v .Mrs.. Il-inna Bril-
-0 Campht!l & I'avi.,
'Ir:, l.utle S O.
C. 41 I. <'onl t &
l.uta S )lhr.r It
.1 L I.iig ..
S imon K. Knudson
J,.e Savag' .
L. W. Hiowshiel.l
11 L. Ri('h
fit%. .Alolpi UrtLr
0 E.. Clans.oe .
A. 1. D 1rurnm,.trl
.1. 1H teRnt
II I.. thlns.-
r 31 a r g ar e nT
L W.nc k
It N (':.tep
Mrs. L Kr Ht.e
"i R. (.i rr,.ll
T S IDavt
ri S. $pant.,,e r
1. t" Wells
M1 J Kern
t. 11. W illli
"' A. Spters
J bI t'amnpbell .
H L. Randall ..
Friday, June 26, 192.
lock 19.. Lot 1D:
lock 194. Lots 2, ::. 4 .
lo c k 1 9 -,. L 't : ,
lock 19q, Lot L .
lork w 0 :. %Lot- 2. 3. 4. .
lock 203. L.ot,, 1. It#
lock 207. Lot 14
lock 20S. Lot 15
lock 20S9. Lot i;
lock 214. Lot 17
lock 215. L-.t I
lock 217. Lo., 1. '-'
lock 212. Lot tu
lock 262. Lot "t
lock 262. l.it :;
loek 262. Lot :,
loek 262. I,.ot 1.1
Mlo.k 2t;*2. I ,ta .*I.
lor'k 21;5. L, t
loek 2'i;. l. t 12
Ilock 2265. Lot 2 .
.ot 6 .
WORTH HI.lLIAHD' TRtttACE.
llo.'k 771. I.-t 17
n NE co.rn(e <.f Sl' "f
%'- of N1':' of N\l':'.
.otis 4. 15. 16, 17 1
E, of SK^ 1.
}16. of NEl. I
Lots 1. 2 .
WIV of SWV I:
'V of NW'. of SW 1.
J.. ol NW' of s, ;N 1.
Lats 13, 14
ol of St'. ".
Lot l.. Duinll'. Survry
Lot 9. D)unn'.-;s urv-> .)
S of NE"%'. of SE't,
L.ot I3 .
Sub l.ut .;7 I
sw', of SELL ( tI.o.. to
acres to Mathias) 1
Lots 57. 54 1.
Lots *2. I"
SE'% .f SE ..
Lots 27, 61., &2. 53. 54'
S-'., of SW's
NW of SWNF
NES of SWi4
EU. of SEF
All of (less I35 acres)
Block 1. Lota 9 and N% of,
Lot of 1. 2
N, (less E% of b1 pr
Nki of ....... .
As described in D D B. 1.
pge 22. Co. Rec
All of (less LO6 A )
NEt.. Pract. S% of SW'
Lot 2. and I'rt of SEr s of
sw. -. -%
All of (less F., of SEt')
As described i D p ,
Pre. 175. Co. t....
S51 of SW' of SE'. Wi
of St- rf Lot 2 le.a .4
, NEI. of S-I.t f -;,f
I .s *1-ser bed int I' D 4,
S PnKge 44(g. C.' -: "
I'ot. '''23.. n
As described tei I, it o.
Page 547. Co. Re."
Lots 1. 2 .
As described in H 41.
Page 222. <(b. Rc.
As described In iD 1 I 4.
Pages 365. :sii^ 47. p,
Lots 1. 2. l'la 1. of i1 ,-tt
An described in i, 45
Page 318. Co (10 .
As described in D M .-
Page 546, Co It .
Near S J. Baldwinr l"Ire
Block 3. Lot &
Block 4 Lots All ot
In Deed b1ok 18. p.- 14:,
Co. Recs. (less Rtt. wa ,;
Block 6. Locs All of. Brd
dock's Additlon. (less Rt
o'f way) -
Bl.-c.k 2, Lots I to lnc..
WIlson & Og4ilwie-' Subd
As described In D. R 46
Page 594. Co Ulee.
Block 9. lit. of Lotis .
Dancey's Surey -
Block 4. Lot 2. Lakeside
Lots 21. 22.. Suib <,r If.
Sub Lots 1. 112. 13. 14.
19. 20. Plat No. 2
As described in D B b'.
Page 135. Co. ec.
As described In D. B A9.
Page 469. Co. R44.
Fractional W .
1i -N :*;
Lillian E. Dunstrr
J. W. Schnider
Mrs. Nlnetta Lay-
0. ,. ishlt-r
1.. C(. Kantz
Mrs. Mae lF'eru- ,,o.
WV. M. lrady
A J. Mierr
P. J. 'app
Mrs. Thona.- 11
I.ilia t i',w.,lt
P'recl s \ I'.ISXwl
S PF. .L. McKendr.,.
Ii F.L. McKendre..
.1 Wilson McAlplu
,s Simon Wa.hinT n
1io Joseph I'a.s.Ileu
.,* Leopold Phlllil.
"*. Win. Johnson
". T. II. Davis
4n Tompkins Jrwrlz3
n J. L. LeigKh
19 M. D. Dymock
Zi4 Alex. Gautaler
is$ A II. Stock
I A. H. Stock
.*. It. Nicholson
lu T. 11. Davia
"2' I1. ). Hlnugh
0u T. II. BIalIs ar.ni
Tompt ins Jewei
1. T"r. W. Trego
LI bWash Jackson
I HT. W. Shoemak.'
lr 1' C. McMahorn
to J. I'. Coleman
lil T.mnpklin, Jcw,-lr
10 Mrs. E. F. Iturn.r
1i J. 0. Ulrich
2 Davis & Llodi
lu T. 11. Davis
10 B. 1'. Dunlap
lA Aug. Miller
10 L. E. lRea
2'0 W. N. Brady
40 W. J. llarriso.,
.:'i W. J. Harri.sov
441 Mre. A. L Rilli'i
10 Unknown ..
lit Mrs. Bermeda F
10 Davis & Lloyd
31 Rebecca Miller
10 Alice D. Met'urr)
II T. H. Davis
o)i Frank Duteher
10 Mrs. Frank Dutch
54 Mrs Sarah Camp
101 Leopold Ilendall
10 Myrtle Adamson
l John IP. Adllian-.)
MSl T. II lf avi<
'". Davis & 1.10) l
t)10 Davis & Lloyd
141 If. M. Catle ..
l# J. H. Campbell
1 Wm. nBoyle
l0 '2. L. Boyle
1,4 J. ii Campbell
!r T. II. Davis
li 11. bl. Brakes .
10 If. 31. castle
2'* P i-ar Andreat
to Allbert I. Lee
III Itudolph i'eter,,rl
1f C. It. Keller .
240 J. WV. kitoektt
5 0 T. II. IDavIls
'," Benjamin M. .;oll-
10 Tninpkins Jewvelr.
Iti i:r [iirnk
:0 '. A. A. Madlox
.-0 Tc-,pkins JewelJ i
i J S Jennings
4,1 'as.t'au tmprovr
IIuLtt PrAddut k. Ji
;, Jilt. \' a-I e
., J,.,l Sl'us'ell ani
J rlir p lO* Je
dv ( ,a >
I11 J.," .".' USifl
4,, J. Ii t'ampb-ll
I C" McKrndree
4,, .t l ide I: flanhker
.. .1 S J.', itii i
44 1 i i. Synd
I.; II t'. Tt'phorin ;
t;4t, J M K .-er.
14 A L Juobiri
L3.? 1 J Netson. ielit
252 Callbhan Tarp <'..
7. B L U.gKlnth.,th
444 Mrs S F Hlggit.
botban. llIlr.' ,f
4., J C Cllh -t
J4 C Ollt-erl
k.; Heury Whitte
NI NI 4M u rr.L)
16, '1 1 %1Mir,.&.y
VV 0. deisorl
1 11. IIWeek
1 44 %IWhlttewaor#.
m 31u Murray
f: It Braddock
It L radu1...ek
1'Ii Ne %% ss., ". 4
1j L. 11 Wilder
Mdr. I. %I Wilder
2a ~ 31 4%i **al .ishahn Turn ca
ek- N O-
Sub I.nt -. ,, J...t- "1 .:
Lot 15 .
Lot G2 ..
Loto 4S. 5,;
Lot 4 .......
Lota 27, 28
NE% of NF .
Lots 17. 19 .. ....
SE % of SkE'l ,r 1.ots 49. .-0.
Lot 36 .
Lots 6. .5 *.4'
Lots 9. 10. 11. 12. 14
Lots 25. 26;. 27. "2. 9"
Lot ; .
Lots 21. 22
Lot 1 .. ....
Lot :1. i
I.ots 21, ".21-
Lots 38. 21. 49. 41 .
Lot 7 .
Lot 16 ... .. ..
i Lot 22 ..-.-.......... -
I W 9 : :. ...................
L ots 10. 11
Lots 20. 21. 46. 47, 41 5. 15,
Lot 7 ...
Lots 17. 3o
SE% of I ii,,rf %SW, .
Lots 26. 341. ll. 34,. .1
I .ot0 t.14 *>. 61
I L,,t 3
LntS 2 1 22.24
37. 39. 44)
Lots *3a. 34. ;is
L t 5 4 6. c l
Lot 3or %V 0 f S'
CE's o-r NE'SI. 5I-,
6,1 N. t ? ks
25. I l.
Lots 21, 22-'. .4
Lot 9, Curnwalll S rve)
Lots I. 2, .. lunn'a Survey
Lots 5. ,,. Iunn's Survey
L ot 11 .... ... .. ....
Lot 19 ..... .. ......
As described in D. B 32.
rge. 285. Co. ltecs
SE;, of NE% .......
NS'., of S*SN (le-s .:' acresj
%\\'1 of NE% ... .....
S's of SE o 01 S ..
Lota 27. 2b .................
Lot 10 .. .
Lot 50 .
Lot 48 .
Lot 11 ..
TOWN' OP FHILLIARD.
Block 14. Lot 2-14 of 2 ..
Block 19, Lot 4
Block 21. Lot 4
Block 20, Lots 1. 2. part Of 2.
Block 4S. Lot 3. 4
Block 55. Lots W-L. of I uid
Block 60. Lot. z,. 7. T. 1.
2., 3. 4
Block 62. Lot 21
Block 7u, Lot 2.
Block 74. Lots 3. 4
Block 7.5, Lots 3. 4 .
Block 76. Lot 8 ...........
Block 77. Lots 7 and N 1 of
56 ... .. ... .. .. .
Block 88. Lot 7 .-. ...
Block 90. Loft 19. 20
Block 94. Lot 12 .
Block 96. Lot 2j .j
Block 99. Lot 19 ......
Block 104, Lots 10. 11. 12.
Block 104. Lot 17 ..
Block I15. Lot 10. 11 .
Block 105. Lots 3. 4
Block 109. Lot ..
Block 1t,9. Lot 20
Block 112. Lots ). ;1 ......
Block 114. Lot 22"
Block 115. Lot 21
Block 116. Lot 11
Block 117. Lot ..
Block 117. Lot 2
Block 118. Lots 13. 14. 15. 16.
17 .. ...... .
Block 114. Lot J ..
Block 120. I.ot 9
Block 123. Lots 2;I 24
Block I Z9. lot 2 .
Block 129. Lot 16
Block 131. Lot 16 .
Block 131. Lot 11
Block 132. Lots 4. 6 .
Block 132. Lot 17 ..
Block 132. Lot 18 ..-.
Block 134. Lots 8. 20
Block 134. Lot 1 .........
Block 135. Lot 19 .........
Block 139. Lot ..
Block 140, Lot 2
Block 149. Lot 21...
Block 152. Lots 2. 3 .. .
Block 152. Lots b. 6 -
Block 156. Lots1, 3. 324
Block 157. Lot 21
Block 160, Lot I .
Block 160. Lots 16. 17 .
Block 165. Lot 5 ... ..
Block 169. Lot 2 ..... .
Block 169. Lot 8 ..
Block 171. Lots 18. 19
Block 172. Lt 20.
Block 172. Lots 6. 7. 1
Block 174, Lot 21 ....
Block 176. Lot 6 .
Block 177. I.ts I. 4 10. 11.
Block A7-. Lot 2 ...-.
Block 179. Lot 16 .
Block 184. Lot 18 .
. A I
Friday, June 26, 1925
----------- -- --
NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
ST. PETER'S CHURCH
J. W. Bleker, rector.
Second Sunday after Trinity.
* Holy communion, 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning "prayer and sermon,
11 o'clock. Subject: "Elijah
Under a Juniper Tree."
Evening prayer and sermon,
8 o'clock. Subject: "The Pro-
duct of Man's Three Higher
Monday. June 29th, St. Peter's
lay, evening prayer and ad-
Wednesday. 8 o'clock, evening
E. C. FERREIRA WEDS
Mr. and Mrs. Elton C. Ferre-
ira, of Jacksonville, returned
from the mountains of North
Carolina on Thursday and are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Ferreira at the beach for a few
weeks before going to Savan-
nah, Ga., where they will make
their home. Mrs. Ferreira, be-
fore her marriage, was Miss
Willis Johnson, of Elberton, Ga.
Mr. Ferreira is a Fernandina
boy and his many friends ex-
tend hearty congratulations and
best wishes for a long and hap-
py wedded life.
/Homely people are seldom pit-
ied, for where there is lack of
"looks" there is generally an ex-
cess of brains.
the mosquito and swat
Mississippi Lady Benefited by
#"I took Carduilor backach and
a weakened, run-down condition,
and it strengthened and helped
me says Mrs. Matte Hurt, of
"Before the birth of my children,
when weak and nableated. I took
Cardul. After he birth of my
children,when ust getting upto do
7y work, I took coupe of bottles
of rdul and it ever tailed to
strengthen and help me when tak-
I seemed to enjo my foodand
my back would feie sro g. 1
doa't believe I cumd M ekept
gonngnd t ni t dben efor Cdui
Whe change iA e cameo I
... got down In bed. L UeSeemed
to be jlu a terrible drag. I did
Bo have strength for nytting. My
back hurt. My limbs hurt. I was
so nervous I couldn't rest.
"I knew what Cardult ad done
so straight foritt, anditdid j;d i
u It bed done before-stregttmn-
ad ambulMe up."
At anl drug store. c4
1 x I
PROJECT NO. 3 IS GETTING
MOST OF 'THE SUPPORT
The questionnaires sent out
by the Chamber of Commerce
with a view to feeling the.pulse
of the voters of Fernandina rela-
tive to calling a bond election
for paving virtually every street
in the city, have been coming in
in great numbers this week, a
committee having been appoint-
ed at the meeting of the Board
of Governors of the Chamber of
Commerce held last Friday
night to make a canvass and
properly distribute and take up
The people seem to favor Pro-
ject No. 3. which is the most ex-
tensive program suggested, as
it had a lead of from fifty to
sixty votes yesterday, the two
lesser projects getting very lit-
tle support. Very few of thc
voters have expressed them-
selves as against paving.
In the event that Project No.
3 is carried out, property owners
who were assessed for a third
of the cost of Center and Eighth
street paving last year will be
refunded their assessments and
the entire issue will be by taxa-
tion and not by direct assess-
ments on the property owners
and city, as was the case when
the city put down the five
block: of paving last summer.
The proposition neemm t t,* n
peal to *he people, and should a
sufficient number express trem-
selves as in favor of paving, 'he
Chamber of Commerce will turn
the questionnaires over to *he
City Commission for such dis-
posal as that body sets fit to
make of them.
A SPLENDID FEELING
That tired, half-sick, dis-
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
OTICE OF APPLICATION R o \
i. ar 0 e Uron'e Iru' Don't Forget to Get Your
lA I' tI""I wil arPicnicwG goods
atie hr i ta the Mrs. Jno. M. Adams has re- PiC iC G oods
ply t- o. the il,.norabi.' county Judge in turned from a very pleasant vis-
"n o f,,r Na ssa iu 4-uuIti Fli\rida. byp it
i ..' f,-r .Oder at ing me as it to friends at Live Oak. at the
lCilardiian .4 tin' pers-nt and estate of
H toward Hall lIavis. .Ir.. minor and
heir at la%% of loward Hall Davis. Sr..
eieepased. to ,sell and -f'nvey at private E. W. Carroll, secretary of the
; nall the undivided One-sixth right. Chamber of Commerce. went to
title and inter: et of said Minor, it and
-t. the folln..ing property. situate.. y- Jacksonville yesterday.
ling ant I.ein*. in Na N -:iti ,',untv. FIlr-
(ida. t,,*1 it. ----0----
'.South i, .f (S,..; and t se South half of ,,
.Northwest quarter sof NW ,. and H. A. Feireira and family, of M
west quarter N:1;.a in Section- Jacksonville, are spending a few
Twelve. Township Three (3) N,,rth of days at the Jetty Fishing Camp.
Ranore Twenty-five 2 7)Easht. Cntain-
ing Four hundr-**l a;il f.rty (440t) areas :
,,ore or le.s-: WE CARRY EVERYTHING THAT IS NEEDED
Alo,.. N,-rth-,balf : <. aoi South- *Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mulligan WE CARRY EVERYTHING THAT IS NEEDED
went Quarter of s5>ttlhie-:tst quarter
(SwV,, of sEl4 a, i:east half l'r..) ,.r and little son have returned
onuThirteen.rt",wnship'1' T chre, from a visit to relatives in San- Sanitary Napkins, Paper Plates
North of Range Twenty-five (25) ford.
East. containinK F.our hundred and -- -- Cups, Etc.
frty (440) acres, mer,- or less:0
^Also niot xumreu. vur t, aa See- Wheeler and King Mularkey,
North of iRange Twent\-six (2*.;) I:ast. of West Palm Beach, are the
containing FortN (441) ares. mre i go uthr W e Close at I p. m. Saturday
anr guests of their parents,. Mr. and
Also. the N,,rth half ,and thse Suth- Mrs. D. P. Mularkey.
east quarterr (NI, and S.:Fi.%). asd the
r Southeast quarter (SEi ,of Southwest ...
quarter (SW' ). all in se.'-tion Einl- .
enn (1), Township Thr.-. (3) North of Mr. and Mrs. Cooper and
Itange Twenty-.six (.,; l-:;-t. ,
Sing Five flundrd and twenty -. children, of Columbus, Ga., are -. --<.---.+...%.o.'.:- .+..- .+ .. <: t 30
arAlso. al orset(er Te.stv-on<-o *: spending a few weeks at the
Township Three 3, N.,rth. a:tige Jetty Fishing Camp.
Twenty-six (2 # :ast. less .0 acres in
the Sutheast quarter ,f said seu-ti..,).-. -- _---
'-ontaining. Five hundre-d ;and anin.-.t a u s
(G90) acres., more or t.ss. Mrs. Sarah Ferreira, who has
Also,. the West half (W<\.. of .. ..
ion Twenty-'two (22. Township TIr.. been quite ill, is able to be outt -
) Nrth f Rang' TwThret -six etd again, much to the delight of
E'st. w attaining Three r lessthde40a et,
twenty (:) a ,res. mor ", l,.e: her many friends., L O
Als,. all lands North 4f I'luurnin. T
Swamp in Seetio,n Twent', -nine ;i', -. ------- A T H E A R T *
Township Three (30 N.rtil.t ,,f..eaa ir 1 IIT
Twentv-six (26) Past. can,:,>ing ,on The Marianna Country Cub A LL H EA R T
hundred acres (100) more 1 Ie.ss:
Also. the South half (S ...of suth,- was well represented in Fernan- A
,t quarter ,S- andiSouth.-dina on Wednesday by a bevy of STRAIGHT GRAIN
east quarter (SEt4) of Sect,.'ai sixt,-,.nt n1enSaRbIGey -G R A IN ..
(1). Township Three (.) Northi pretty girls, sixteen in number. -
Rtange Twenty-six (26') :EaM. hntairt-
ing Two hundred and forty 4 ar. hile in the city they were R
i t'"re trheNrth: st urt. a shown some of the attractions
:end the Northwest quarter (N\ 41) here by two of the members of A S IN G LES
Northeast quarter (NEtI and th- the -
uth half (S) f the .rt the Junior Chamber of Con- SH IN G LES
quarter (NEi) and the So.utheast merce, Messrs. D. A. Kelly, Jr. A
quarter (SEi0 of Sectin NineteenA y
). Township Thr (3)N,,rt and Dan Nagel. Anything for Building. Quality, Quantity and
Range Twenty-six (21.) East. -,,ntain-Pc lays"
ing Four hundred ani thi'tv-,,. t31 ---o- Personal Service Always
.Cres,. itore or less;
Also. nil ,f Seetin Tent, (20) D. A. Kelly, Jr. and Redmond N A A L C H AN
Tot ship Three (3) N-orth of titeg- Kell rt home on Satur-
Twenty-six (2 it. ontaiilg Kelly returned home on Satur-
Indr,.,and f t,t y 4 i .,r. i,,,.. r day from Belmont Abbey at Bel- ASSAU LUMBER COMPANY
f\,.sal.t, r f s a, ., n Fifoteelf mont, N. C.. to spend the sum- P &. OZM*R. M a
T",nsp Thre 3, Nrth of mer vacation with their parents. G OZMFR. ManaCger
Twenty-six (2 f,):East. containing Six mer vacation with their parents
nundreol and forty ,;1,4, < are s. .or Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Kelly. D. A.. : PHONE No. 7 Cor. 1st and Calhou Sts.
,-r less. C)schol thd"Calhoubrigin
Excepting from s.,ili Sections Six- Jr. was quite successful at *
*,;i, (16r. Nineteen' e (1)' arndt-,.t school this session, bringing *. >'-<'-:..>-.',-.*.:-.*+-:<>, *
(2'0). a certain Itaiircad right-4f4-%ay-
as described in that certain n Dred of home two medals, one for ath-
'-mnvey.vanve hearing late I)ecemiber 12-
1i'24. i'rona C'. J. av' isn't talks. to .lhorida letics and one for scholarship. THINGS CLOSE TO US Some men are so unlucky that
v\'iestern and Northern Railroad Comp-
.,nr. and recorded in lI)tee Ihook Nur- --- they have their mouth full of
oi'e of the Clerk of the Circuit r Fred Waa. o Jackson- Clothing that covers our bod- peanuts when it comes time to
n right 1or sau ntaini. eorisand ville, was called in consultation ies food that strengthens us, p a then i ame
. a res t. or. .r with Dr. D. G. Humphreys ome urnishings that take theel at the ball me.
... .Jw..wn o .... ., WTheaday morninG in regard to drudgery out of daily tasks,i
...e soa for the best intcr.t t ..t. 1 xt,
minor. Howard Hall l vis. Jr. We are glad to state that Col. l- ,r -. FIRST METHODIST
Dated this 25th d> of J.le..A. A I orden.. condition is not critical that really matter in our in- FIRST METHODIST
25th d5Borden's condition is not critical. tesl p iv. CURCH
ItEULAII E. DAvIS KIN,. Dr. Price, a celebrated physi- tensely personal lives. CHURCH
6-21- ti, 7-24 Petitioner cian, who is visiting in Jackson- The better clothes, foods and ***, Broom *mad i si..
an O s r. ville, accompanied Dr Waas pleasures others enjoy, we
IN TU sOR vile, accompanie DrSSAU W- strive to enjoy too-labor da- Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
TV. Y IORIDA. ily to obtain. D. A. Partin, Supt.
Ir the Matter of the Estate of Ge.rge During the time we were hav- To give information of the _
Notice. anzant deceased. n that ing trouble with our linotype, best, advertisements are writ- Church Services
Vanzant. as Administrator of the e- we had occasion to call up the ten. Through them the new
tate o teorge N.it Va nt. deces Southern agency in New Orleans that has been tested and prov- a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
file my final return or my account over long distance and must ed good offers itself.
with the Honorable County Judge of -
Nassau county. Plorlda. and at the congratulate E. C. Mulligan, Through the advertisements Morning Subject:
bouragfd feeling caused by a same time ask tor the approval f my nar of the Sothern Bell
torpid liver ansd constipated =d account and vouchers and peti- manager of the Souithern Bell yo
o ip er and constipated tion said court for my discharge as Telephone and Telegraph Co., an
bowels an be gotten rid of with thi21st day of April. A. D. who got our call through in just wa
supri.sine promptness by using AnsJ.t F. VANZANT. fifty-five minutes. the
IHerbine. Y ou feel its beneficial Administrator of the estate of George
effect with the first dose as its Vanment. deceased. 4-24 to 6-2C -
purifying and regulating effect OUNMr. John Hernandez. accom- mM
is thigh and complete. It Tc. F.ORIDA-VT Csa cot ipanied by his son, Randolph and he
,not only drives out bile and im- J'DG OF SAID COUNTT: wife, and the former's son-in er:
Jpurities but it imparts a splen- Whereas, Percy L. Thomas has up- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
plied to this Court for Letters ofAd ,d-
did f' feeling of exhilaration, ministration on the Estate of Charies Dayton King and two children -a
strength. vim. and bouyancy of laaune deceased, ae f of said County and a daughter of Mr. John fr
spirit. Price 60c. Sold by J. Geo. These are. Therefore, to cite and Hernandez. Jr., all of Jackson-
admonish all and singular the kind.
iSuhrer. Fernandina and Conner red and creditors of said deceased.n t ville, were the guests of Mr. J. ed
IDrugt Co., Callahan. tand before this Court, on .r A. Ferreira and son, John T.
.aefre the 22nd day of June. A. I.'
1!2:. and file objections. if any the Ferreira and family, and other
have, to the granting letters as afore-
CARl)D OF THANKS ad. otherwise the sam will grant-relatives, on Sunday.
..d as prayed.
WitnesS my name as County Judge; 0-
t ws t c, .f the County aforesaid. this 22nd day The Leader's linotype wentf
\\v wish to express in what- ,f May. 145. The Leaers notyp went
ever measure words can convey Ceal county Judge. out of business Friday morning fo
our heartfelt thanks for the ly. the County Judge of said County: and was out of commission until fB
manv kindnesses shown us in Wednesday noon. Excessive B
ourma ny kindnee hown u in avement. the C E C heat in the electric pot destroy- A
loss of our husband and father. F FLORI P DA ed two of the units and it re-
-Mrs. S. Versaggi, John Ver-l. re Estate of quired the services of Mr. M. H.
saggi, brothers and sisters. Tianl Creditors. Legatees. Distribu-Guthrie, of New Orleans, La., to w
tees and all Persons having Claim;. replace them. As a result we d
Tor Demands aal lAac te Aaiar:l w d(oe
Pull for Fernandina or pull You. and each of you.'areereby had to leave out several items ei
]till for Frnainta or pul notified and required to present any last week which would other-
olit. claims and demands which you. r. wic WOU oe-
either of you. may have against the wise be published.
,, estate of Mary A. Beugnet, deceased. b
late of Nassau county, Florida. to the 0
undersigned Executors of said estate,
within two years from the date hereof. Mr. and Mrs. Kennard and
L::EO BEUOGNE. grandson, Sammie Kennard, left
HAROLD V. BEUGNIET4.
Executors Last Will and Testament 'On WedneAday for Washington,
o of Mary A. Beugnet, deceased ;241. D. C. and other points to be gone
INT H COUNTY IDGL S C .. several weeks. Mr. Kennard is
SHo tel I A F or ASSA the accommodating agent for
COUMTY. FLORIDA the American Railway Express
). SI I N ,In the Matter of the Estate Co. here and goes to the capital
D. S IONof J. B. McDonnell. deceased. .t n e a .
Notice is hereby given that 1. Laura city on a well earned vacation.
..Adalln McDonnell. as Administratrix '!r. and Mrs. Kennard will visit
ag c r of the estate of J. B. McDonenl. dereaa-
Sa ed. will on the 6th day of July. A D. their -daughter, Mrs. Clifton
1525. file my final return or myac- illyer. while in Washington.
count with the Honorable Count Hillyer. while in Washington.
Judge for Nassau county. Florida. and
at the same time ask for the approval
of my said accounts and voucher and, PREBTRlAN CHU H
P etition maid court for my discharge RESBYTERIAN CHURH
l Nrow ( Ias such Adllnnltratrx. -
1Oeted this 12th day of May. A. P .
1W26.h o y Sixth and Alachua streets.
LAURA ADALINE McDONLL.,4
SDays 75 Cents iatri o the estate oJ. Rev. W. T. Overstreet, pastor.
Innr. $. c Regular services on Sundays
inner $1.OO We are told 92 per cent of theat 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
accidents could be avoided.-The Sunday school, 9:46 a. m.
other eight per cent, then, are; Prayer meeting Wednesday
.not accidents. night.
V pf' A Ai triA invitation m mrivon tn
u have a chance to compare
d select almost anything you
Lnt or need, They offer you
e world to choose from.
They help you identify the
merchandise worth while. They
Ip you determine which deal-'
s can serve you best.
They contain personal mes-
ges for all to read and profit
A Dollar Speqt in Advertis-
Goods Buys a Dollar's Worth.
33 forty foot, 22 thirty-five
ot, 11 thirty foot green cab-
ige Palmetto piling, 2310 feet;
r $267.60. Piling at foot of
eech street, all clear of debt.
sk for Mr. Willis.
If you can't dance, dance any-,
ay, and you can claim you are,
going the latest step that no one.
se has seen.
Let us do your printing.
"Watch Your Step"
Dr. W. F. Dunkle Will
Three 14. will aspire )urn.*
The serm us wil hell )&.s
our presemee will help so.
W. G. STRICKLAND
Send Your Dyeing
a n d Cleaning To
ROCERS t JONES
611 Mi SL. JMdimlle. Fi.
We prepay parcel postage
on returning. Florida's largat
and finest equipped ft nch
dry cleaning and steam
-Nssau County People!
-Eat at the-
NEW DIXIE RESTAURANT
Bet. Front and
Everything New and Up-to-Date
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE
Meals on Wee
Friday. June 26. 1925
Pate Four NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
SSAU COUPUT LEADERING OUR HOUSE IN
VmUZNANDINA NEWS-RUCOD D
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
AT FERNANDINA, FLA.
CmaCKET PRMWIrr, Edeitnd P"Wr.
Entered at the postoffice at Fernatdlina.
Florlda, as second-c.la.ss mall matter.
ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED
Local and Long Distance
SUBSCRiPTIl' oN .ATES:
One Year ......... ............
Six M months ........... .......... .. ... r *76
Tlr e Copy ........ ............ ....
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Envying a man of wealth nev-
er made a person any richer.
He who speaks ill of others
speaks worse of himself.
Tongues wag only when there
are ears wiling to listen.
The fellow who aims high sel-
dom ever hits below the target.
They grow tea in China, but
they are playing with TNT now.
Talk is cheap except when you
talk back to the traffic police-
1 fl .watted in time con-
s s ~~. ,";y for more pleasant
Dessert is the end of the menu
which goes and comes with
Money used to make the mare
go, but now it pays for the gaso-
line and oil.
The Chinese had better mind
their peas and ques or they'll
have a real war yet.
A man on a vacation spends
more accidently than he does on
purpose at home.
More boys are playing ball
s; et1- wI-oratg tu* Ww.
. Who et window glaM.
Being human is a hard life,
but suppose you were an ant
and had to dig for a living.
Mt wilt down collars on
warm days while chiding wom-
en about the clothes they wear.
A cheerful giver is popular as
long as he sticks to money as the
medium of exchange.
The only way you can offend a
man by calling him captain is
for him to have a higher rank.
The children's clothes will
stay clean several days if y8u
keep them off the children.
O,:ions arc vegetables people
try to id:t without breathing it
to a :-oul, but never succeed.
Possession may be nine points
of the law. but under the Indi-
ana "bone dry" act it is illegal.
The fellow who works by
whistle generally blows
most about what he does.
Some men madc the mistake
of making the gardens too large
for their wives to finish.
The old swimming hole isn't
what it used to be before the
nhe m::n who takes a
in Lo..sts of bcing a
Ih. J TmaII.
. When business men
shaking their heads and
shaking hands, business
When you think you are about
able to make both ends meet,
somebody moves the ends far-
Skinny girls generally swim
much better than other girls be-
cause they spend more time in
Eskimos are said to be a hap-
py race. They ought to be be-
cause they never have to watch
the thermometer. I
Experts advise us to swat the
I" 9 'A.- 1--"I t..A.1%0% A-d .. .. -
Our idea of building Fernan-
dina is not so much to adver-
tise our community as a com--
mercial rival of Chicago or Jack-
sonville or to attempt to provc
that its climate is the most won
derful in the known world, bui
rather to do quietly and effect
tively day by day the little tasl.
that is next to us. Many i-
Chamber of Commerce in th,
past has spent a great deal of
time on the outer walls of the
city, blowing the community
horn, while it overlooked en-
tirely the mud hole in front of
the door, the unsanitary, stag-
nant, mosquito breeding pool in
the back yard, the open garbage
can, the unpainted fences and
Let's not be so ambitious to
do great things that we will ov-
erlook the little useful services
that will mean so much to life
in our community.
One of- the biggest needs in
the modern American city is-
more neighborliness. In the
quest for gold we have allowed
our cities to become collections'
of service stations, formerly
called homes. .American cities
are in danger of disintegrating
by sheer weight of great num-
bers who are not closely knit to-
The smaller towns in America
have a big chance over the larg-
er oqes in this. Here one finds
a COMMUNITY in all that beau-
tiful word signifies, a group of
citizens with common interests.
Don't dream of making our
city merely bigger. We should
be coficerned about making it
This is not only good sense,
but it is good business, for a
family that is happy and con-
tented is permanent, and peo-
ple who love to live in their town
will tell others, in the most ef-
fective publicity ever devised on
earth-the word of mouth re-
commendation of the trusted
Let's put "our house in or-
- "o--i-- sn fu ro-4 gI. r-.W.aM M af
tact, the beadlnen tell us, Tol-
lowing an argument between
France and England on a pact
program, under the terms of
which England's great war
strength is thrown behind a
four-power pact, which guaran-
tees the inviolability of the
Rhine frontiers as delimited by
the Versailles treaty. Other
participants, besides France, will
be Belgium and Germany, pro-
viding the latter agrees to the
The news will be viewed with
skepticism by most people in the
United States, although no one
would welcome peace in Europe
any more than Americans.
The United States has been
unjustly accused of delaying
peace in Europe by adherring to
:ts tradition of aloofness and
avoiding foreign entanglements.
If this means peace, this new
pact, then all power to it, be-
cause America, made up of
peace-loving people, finds no
pleasure in seeing her friends
across the sea continually em-
broiled in war-like gestures.
America's participation in
European affairs to any further
extent than she has been engag-
ed would not have hastened
peace. It was a tangle that only
Europeans could unravel. If
they have succeeded, America
will rejoice, with them. ,
A newspaper editor has fig-
ired out a newspaper has over
wo million chances to make a
mistake on the simple phrase,
to be or not to be." Now don't
:he dear public be a little less
Nothing takes th'e wind out of
a fellow's sails more than to
find everyone else in town re-
ceived a souvenir- postal card
from his friend. -
The loose-mouthed men -who
are ready to convict the accus-
ed without fair trial are just as
docile as any other citizens when
they are put on a jury.
He who casts the first- stone
generally breaks the window
glass, but some of the other boys ;
in the crowd may be blamed for
When you give other people
a piece of your mind. you are 4
MRS. J. GEO. SUHRER EN- I
TERTAINED ON MONDAY
Beautiful white hand-made
bride's roses lent gaiety to the'
attractive home of Mrs. Julian
George S'ihrer Monday after-*7
noon, when she entertained at
bridge. complimenting Miss
Rosemary Humphreys, whose
wedding will he sol-mni.ed on
Tuesday evening. June ,30th.
Tables were marked with tin
white rosebuds. The pla"e cards ;I
were Holland colonial girls which
lent charm and dignitv. When
the score was added it was
found that Mrs. H. F. Sahlman
held the highest and she. re-
ceived a beautiful linen buffet
set of five pieces.' The consola- X
tion prize fell to Mrs. I). G. A
Humphreys, a set of white rose X
deAigned bridge tallies.
A very interesting contest
was held when paper and pencils
were passed to the guests to
name the "variegated roses.";
Twenty minutes were allowed
for this. when Mrs. T. G. Ozmer
was found to have all names cor-
rect. She was presented with a ,
hand-painted linen guest towel
and sachet of roses. The cut 46
prize for bridge was won by Mrs. ,
Leroy McMurray, a Maderia hot:
Little Miss Estelle Shave,
dressed in white taffeta and i e-
-sembling a rose, presented the.
honoree, Miss Humphreys, with!
a lovely vanity set in white rsce
lace of five pieces. Miss Mar-
garet Golden, of Jacksonville,
guest of Mrs. Suhrer, was pr:e-
sented two doll style pencius.
A white rose, the symbol of,
purity, was given to each gue.-t !
as a favor with small kid slipper,
filled with rice attached to ea-h
Punch was served throughout *.:4
the afternoon by Miss Laura iX
Bridier, of Jacksonville. Later
an ice course was served in solid
heart shape with cupid design
on each and individual cakes in
the shape of hearts and stars, :
the color scheme of white being
carried out. The hostess was
assisted in this attractive enter- -T
tainment by Mrs. W. Leo Shave L
and Mrs. J. M. Roux. .
MRS. C. W. LASSERRE EN-
On Tuesday evening at the
Keystone Hotel Mrs. Charles ..
Lasserre entertained for Miss,.
Rosemary Humphreys at dinner
the members of the bridge club
of which she is a member, and i
the invited guests were Mrs. J.
George Suhrer. Mrs. Ira W Hliar-
dee, Mrs. W. Leo Shave. Miss
Bessie Nagel, Mrs. J. M. Roux,
Miss Sunshine Gibson, Miss Mar-
garet Golden, and the honoree's
mother, *Mrs. D. G. Humphreys.
The arrangement of the table
was in the shape of a square, hi
the center of which were bank-
ed potted plants and ferns aind
flowers, was very effective with
the bud vases of shasta daises
at each place and a fringe 6f;
green ferns on the white cloth .
between the vases. At the place
where the bride-to-b,.' Mis 4
Humphreys. was sealed a l.ask.'t
of daises with green f'rr' wpaX
placed also. A miniature dollw
dressed as a bride with ilngl
veil and wreath of orange bhns-
soms created much interest. ias
the miniature bride took seraii
walks around the table during
the serving of the courses. j
The delightful menu senred.Y
fruit cocktail, queen olives and t"
celery hearts, puree of t'chicken
and tomato, broiled squab,..:
chicken creamed asparagus tips,
Julienne patotoes, stuffed toma-
toes on iceburg lettuce, hot rolls.
ice tea, cantaloupe a la mode,
mints and salted peanuts.
During the evening many
games of bridge were enjoyed
and when the score was counted
the highest was held by Mrs. J.
M. Roux, who was presented a *
cut glass sandwich plate. The
consolation was won by Mrs. H.:
F. Sahlman, wbo received a sil-
ver pencil. The honoree, Miss
Humphreys, was presented a
white moire bride's book, "Wed-
Mrs. Arthur W. Palmer and
daughter, of St. Louis, Mo., are
regitered at the Keystone Ho-
tel. Mrs. Palmer, who left Fer-
nandina several weeks ago,
deeming it advisable to return
here for the summer for the
benefit of her health. f
Some time Wednesday night
thieves entered the fish house
occupied by the Ocean Shrimp
Co. and aDnrooriated a i,,-x ,r
I\ IATI I
'zUhe Ocean Ciiy
1MU'll I 1141 It 11 Ill
IT IS NASSAU COUNTY'S HOLIDAY
Big Basket Dinner
Fish Fry at City Park
MUSIC ALL DAY-FAMOUS
First Game Called at 2:30
Attractions Galore !
Ample Accommodations For All-
Stores and Business Houses Will
ivram ln an n o ToI.. IF T-.-I *o
NASSAU COUNTY LF"ER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
- - -
Friday, June 26, 1925 NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA Page File
X.nnouncing the Tfew
standard Six coach f room f
d s xC o'aUnusual- wide doors. Broad seats.
Plenty of leg room. No need for occu-
Here is a low priced closed car that will appeal to those who do pant of folding sea get hen voters
not want the ordinary type of coach. Studebaker builds this dotte green with atin-black top. Enn
of remarkable power.i t smoothness and ac-
coach complete- body as well as chasis-thus saving the profit celebration. safety lighting control. Full-
which other automobile manufacturers have to pay to outside s $e1 a re.
body builders. As a result, the price is much lower than that $1295
of any other car of equal style, performance and dependability. v.o..a B tacor,
I BYRON B. BROOKS, President-Phone 91
I_ w f e|
ee ms to beset now for a legis- MRS. J. G. SUHRER ENTER- Ivote of at least three-fourths of MRS. T. G. OZMER ENTER- Mr. and Mrs Chas Stark, of
A~r_/or a lative. s.uab le. TAINS FOR MISS MORSE the states, .and with the wonder- TAINED MONDAY EVE. Jacksonville, were summoned
.Some good arguments might _ful progress our country has here last Friday on account of
be made in favor of income tax M made under the constitution, it th d
ublicit, butavthe are few. It tain Mrs. J. George Suhrer el' behoovCs us to support it loyally Mrs. T. (. Ozmer entertained for mer'sfathereahr. Gust
Sthavowed intention of e and to defend it against all ene-at her home on Monday evening. St in c
wa h 1 a to home on Wednesday evening at mies in whavr fm the at-compimenting Miss smar
( ongress ,1 enactment of the 8:30 o'clock in honor of Missmies n whatever form the at- complimenting Miss osemar til Monday.
statute to drive tax dodgers Itack may come. H.
tt t d tax. .Helen Morse, whose wedding will T .mac i lumphreys. Thae roms fl 1he
from uer cover. And it is-he soenzd Thennd-v co ttiution guranth s lower foor were openedinsuint
also reasoned by some that since. ,solemnized ot Wednesday of It ever, citizen, high or low. ah- lower floor wefre opeeldn silte I Polial Announcements
taxation is a public function, noext wee, soulte freedom in thought and mad verv ttractive with ,-. .
:SeAtrecy should exist regarding At places were tallies in cup- cup- nduct, so ong as he dos noth- pink hydrangeas and pink as-; n< Ue
the amount f exist regarding id designs. Fancy heart shaped ~in .hih int afes ith the terms and sprays. of plumosa, ..; .. o
Sthe am"nL Of taxespaid'. candies on tables' were enjoyed ig wht ol hierter o a willot ,.- wh tthetal'
mITo offset these. which may be (luring the games which e .f whih rights or liberties of a fellow h or the nl w e ,: r t<..
tem go reasons, i, the fact -.... ... "tizen. ,fbr". dge: : :ich ,.
termed go reasons, the fact played in the living room andl were played with much pleasure. ," ". V,,..i .. '',aii ,, ,,,
P it at injnsti may done by library, which were artitically uanlity of opportuity and When the score was counted I -td. fir im,.
after every mL the mere publication of ino t ( ecoratedu with vases tpink y before tr he aw-whatart Golden o J ck ...linn'tro ... pl
Give the family tax payments without explana- crp myl an lvendar h- more ca anyone want sonville holding h' t sh t .
the benefit of its tion. The income tax is like i e The day is sanctioneTd by sta- .. -. ss w ':.RINa.I
W 1ro d O. ..angeas. :was presented a white lnen
o diestis. many other things in that it whe the score was counted t n every state in the Union.was c bag a T vhite c inn i. ol .. .. n .. u..
Cexpsliteethitoots When the score was counted 1 fancy The (onsolat ion --
Ge~iLsK'I] tcelt toe. doesn't explain'itsoIf, as the birthday (iOf tle niatiOn. ;,,,.,, r ', .,...
Ke p t 'lwty doesn t pl n e li tsal tkoss 'Nell Davis was presented as .th a y o th e natn.. prize was given to Mrs. Leo', e ..... -.,
SS e ho I It s possible to conceive that for bridge a black enameled ". .... .f Shave, r anitcas. The. The .,* *,. .,,.,n:, ,Ii,. :.t
llown lat cO ._ a relatively poor man might pay _v'"""ipect. the cc- -ati .0, solidity and unity that our corn- I .*... ( *.:*
a large income tax throughiver pencil, going to Miss Ruth it is a day fr" rpeoicin', like-' nrt, ,i .:H-,nvn,-, ,v,:: .,u ; '-
t- -. .. ......a.large inco m e tax" ridge table penl eils T he hon-
some stroke of good fortune, Morse. Its a da foi- rj"ci hlk-..bri .dge table pene.s. The hon-
I.- ""and the victories-l ltali we(l O hand- Tuttss Pills
another mn in much better cim- she received as a prize a linen ,,hne.ainsur soll not have cerlh taihteal(]-
cumstances financially, would finished box of writing paper. Tsrdie Painted.
paVINt a comarativelys mall in- A compact went to Miss l)oro- in vain. Theroste-lrved a ic
I'I.ISHING INCOME TAX cooursewith individual cakes (- d t lv
a run of poor business, or fur The cut prize was won by Miss t. ary nextWednlebdayto i-corated with a pink rose underA
.Since the supreme court has ome other reason. Christine Morse. a fancy wall Thurseday Friday and Satuiday which was written, "Mar. AGAINST MALARIA
ilI .red that income tax publi- Both returns might be hon- vase. with an elaborate program. or scheme being used through-
Ity is legal, the question has est, yet the people who dlid not The honoree, Miss Mor Everybody is extended a cordi-lout the entertainment. Itiii'iiiiHmiiunifliii i
un(erstanid the situation in each presented by little Miss Laura Eto i tcl e hementer thnent.
ome an important one forthe cas would doubtless make de- Brdier, a colored glass water festivities. Humphres to participate in The members o the bridge
text session of Congress to set- ductions that would be unfair. set Miss Margaret olden, the festivities. clu of which Miss Humphreset- g, d ,.
tile. Some senators have an- Manifestly no list of income tax ented a box of blue stationery. We have jst received a sup- those invited to join them being VONN
no nced that they will attempt payments means much unless ac- Miss Mary Helen Hall and ply of desk blotters in several Mrs. DeWitt T. G(rav, of Jack-
t have this part of the law re- companies by exemptions whith Miss Grace Nagel served punch 'different colors, including a sonville: Miss Margaret Golden Sheet Metal Worker
j-:td and others will insist on explain them. Justice cant e during the evening. popular shade of green. Nassau and Mrs. Ralph lridier, of Jack-
it ng retained. So the stage done y other way. An ice course of pink and County Leader, Fernandina, Fla. sonville; Miss Sunshine Gibson. '.I \ I. ...*. 1*'. a n. -,
white with individual cakes on -.- o- of Apalachicola. and qlrs. D. .
.:<-<: ::*: +:.:.: : : -::-:+*-*.+4++~ *:-:*.:-:.-:-:-? which were cupid designs was TimsUio, photographers umphreys. mother T the hon-- 1h .
9 .) served. Miniature Japanesewer. i the 'ity vsterdav mak- re. -- :||\m ore
| '?g. fans were given each one pres-ing views of Fernandlina andi .--t ,._
O P POR^\V ^ VTU N ITYn a zent as favors. A delightful ev- Amelia Island. which will be Pay your subscription now. i miiitritmaiiinietiiiiu1i,,luuhluiiHmlmim'.
OePOR T U N ming was spent by all present. published from time to time.- .
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j- |- Buy NOW- THE GLORIOUS FOURTH r. a ld .. 1. f. SOLD EVERYWHERE
:A ,r nThe question ,,o longer is,. eral of Mr. Gustav Stark here ,a icim's ad llci hl
P EN-I I I NfII RFA H aketHow many fire crackers does it 'on Sunday. Ulll IU 1AN REIHM.
..utake to make a Fourth of July?" 0 --P1 RF AN EALTHI.UI.
.... .. ...H. ..+aItR N IA '' III
J 1 AJI U I UIJ J qIIV JL l "Rather it i "What'll we do on Judge DeWit T. ray a. ,
Sthe Fourth ?" family, of Jacksonville, were the
(ON BEAUTIPUL AII M IA ISLAND) Gone are those reckless. week-end guests of Mrs. (ray's Ward's Orange Crush, Grapico. and
:- (N B UTIFU AEIA glorious Fourths of July! The sister. Mrs. T. G. Ozmer. All Kinds of High-Grade Sodas
.X .1', places that permit the old-time
+. bang of the cannon cracker are William Strickland has re- rtl e To ho t Rote I- ave. o
growing less and less and the turned from three weeks pleas- ELEPONE 69
:Ideal Home Sites for Summer 'day has lost all its glamour for att, upn t ,ih ree lELEP i
boys. -aNasuCspent witCoreBotine,,III;
or.Vacationists and Year But ",hen they grow up, with .l
al their hands and arms and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hood ad Nassau Coca-Cola Bottling Co pany
'Round Residents .eyes an feet a legs intt little daughter have returned CORNER %ECOND AND ASH STS.
They will probably be thankful ro two weeks pleasantly spent FERNANDINA FLORIDA
q.that someone was so thoughtful i Ayil (' th rtlat FERNANDINA FLORIDA
as to think enough of their wel-
eil -i fare to save them from them- -
Sensibly Restricted ilves. D. L. Hodges. the school board ------- -- -
Guarantee youngsters do not ex- man ,from Hilliard, was a ausi-. m n!l W ilnmmm
S GuBranteed Iotprvements actly comprehend what its allness visitor to the c,,unty seat
SaleNowBe Made on Predevelpentbout, but they can be taught, on Wednesda.
and when they reach the age of ---------- VE Im e by S av ng
Price Basis discretion, they will come to umi-! 1iss Dorothy Jpffreys return- -
S ARE EASY derstand the days significance.ed several days ago from a visit'
TERMS ARE EASY j, As decades upon decades go of several weeks to her aunt, -AT-
t \ by, they will have a keener sense- Mrs. Yates. at St. Marys. Ga.
x of appreciation for the foresight _. a S M OGa
of those men who laid a found- -O- ".* C M O OE S
H. W. HALL eatog ie nd nroad h to uMan are availing themselves To Orial Parlor
S R A t for 137 years-o'f the opportunity to take a dipTonso al Parlor
Special Sles Representative a nation that has come to be then the surf these hot days. (ENTER STREET
ents most powerful and at the same. --0 ENTE
C A --- i- A time the marvel of the earth. Our subscription department` First Class Work. Courtesy. Cleanliness
S A I With such a basic law as a is still in a receptive mood.
W olffI &1 UU9 uSalesO nA u ts =protection of the people even ----- BLAD HALL IN THE EA
S... against themselves, which can Tell your friends about Fer- BILLIARD HA I
Fo Wo S E 19MS not be changed by popluar vote nandina. & Cold Drinks. Cigars. Cigarettes and Tobacco
S'nr a majority of a state legs o ----
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S Uen seasons Whyd
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hour; CONSERVES ENENGY-No need to carry
bulky packages; DELIVERY TO YOUR DOOR-Rain
or sunshine throughout the year; AVOIDS SHOP-
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parking difficulties; SHOP ANY TIME OF DAY-Tele-
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better values; QUALITY GUAIANTEED-On all
phone orders; REDUCES STORE EXPENSE-En-
ables us to do larger volume; COMPLETE GROCERY
STOCKS--Available in the telephone service store;
PERSONAL SERVICE-Where you are known and
C. P. Rutishauser's
MARKET AN D GROCERY
Cor. 6th and Ash Sts.
THE TELEPHONE GROCER
If Anybody in Town Has It-We Have!
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The Flint Six
Flint Six Series "B-40" Brougham I
"A BETTER BUILT CAR"
The closer you compare it with other cars in
its price class, the better you will like it.
ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
E. N. SORENSEN
I FERNANDINA FLORIDA
.....------ *---u ST. PETER'S DAY AT
FELT SLUGGISH ST. PETER'S CHURCH
Monday, June 29th, will be
Sb Ma Tels AJ t H6 St. Peter's Day. Services will be
2 in= u- *held at St. Peter's Church at 8
Relef m f Imge *m. p. m. The rector asks for a rep.
resentative congregation and
"I usedtouffer Mr. the public is invited to be pres-
Walte W. Macdo of 1 017 t ent.
view Ave., Edwrdsville, Ill..
"wieth idigestion, a tight eei The social that was to have
ia my chest alter meals-felt slug- been held on the church lawn
jh.lzyandduUllandout of ol after the service har been call-
Iw oldbeveryconapated. ed off q account of the intense
Some one recommended Blac heat anuncertain weather
Duuig I began usin.it. I found
no- very altoi ibavused fd It
Wlice l1 t be wistout Sickly, Peevish ChiMren
"My work iS Inside. I do not get -
n muchexecise as I would like, Children suffering from in-
dt al I wlsees m ey n testinal worms are cross, rest-
a ood active medicine. less and unhealthy. There are
"Aheroe6or twodosesof Black- other symptoms, however. If
l m head clea up and I the child is pale, has dark rings
"For stomach or liver trouble, under the eyes, bad breath and
Btlack-Draught does good." takes no interest in play, it is
Thedord'sBlack-1 Draugtisrec- almost a certainty that worms
o-emded by thousands of others
tore re.eof f many common a- are eating away its vitality. The
mentsduetoa torpid liver, need- surest remedy for worms is
iuglaxativeorcatharticstIanuation. White's Cream Vermifuge. It is
Sold everywhere; 25c. c-aa positive destruction to worms
.but harmless to the child. Price
l~ utI 35c. Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer,
- *II Fernandina and Conner Drug
We buy and sell all classes of
FOR QUICK TURNOVERS SEE US
Adams-Askins Realty Co.
Opposite Keystone Hotel-Phoe 101
Ynu. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any e
claims and demands which you. -r In last Sunday's edition of the
either of you. may have against the FloridaTimes-Union there np.
estate of Gustav Stark. deceased, late
of Nassau county, Florida, to th t,- peared an item hearing a Fer-
dersigned Executor of maid estate.
within two years from the date her,:,,': nandina date line, to the effect
Dated June 25th. A. D. t1ai5.
Dat ALTER S. WHITNEY that the Methodists of this city
Executor of Last Will and Testsmnt will, in the near future, erect
of Gustav Stark. Deceased. 6-26 to' Sunday school rooms on their
PREVENTS INFECTION lot, corner of Cedar and Fifth
streets. The article stated that
The greatest discovery in this lot had been purchased for
flesh healing is the marve-lous a mere song before the increase
Borozone a preparation tha~ inreal estate values and was
comes in liquid and powder.one of the choice pieces of real
form. It is a combination treat- Iestate here. It is a choice lot,
ment that not only purifies the but it was not purchased, being
wound of -erms that caue donated to the First Methodist
fection but it heals the in- Church by E. W. Bailey., ofthis
with extraordinary spe.ed. 'city, and Jno. W. Simmons. of
wounds or cuts which take Jacksonville, who owned it
we ks to hel with the ordina Jointly, and The Leader wishes
iiie it mend kkly unr to correct the impression that it
the powerful influence of th. was purchased by the Methodist
wonderful remedy. Price (liq- denomination.
d) 30c 60c and $1.20. Powder G. L A. PICNIC
30c and 60C. Soldby J. Geo. _
D er, Co.eradnahan d Conner The ladies of the G. I. A., of
Jacksonville, about sixty in all,
When we a -.become enjoyed a picnic at Fernandina
Pec r ecty ech last Friday. They enjoy-
we nt y theSfeel suPerfettlyn om- ed bathing and all the attenat
Pe-teat to Mmr, e suMtleiong tn_,t...... ,- ..... m .... m
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS -----
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA.X
DEED. CALLAHAN NOTES
Notice is hereby given that D. E.
Keister. purchaser of Tax Certificate .- ... 0
No. 412, dated the 3rd day of August.
A. D. 1914, and of Tax Certificate No.
385. dated the 2nd of July. A. D. 1917. C allahan, .June 23.-M-rS. C.
and of Tax Certificate No. 434. dated C. Moore of Sopchoppy, is
the 6th day ,of June. A. D. 1922. has I "" '
filed 7aid eertificated in my office and Spending the week with Mr. and
has made application for tax deed toM
issue in accordance with law. Said' Mrs. G. E. Gupton.
certificates embrace the following de- Ira Brandies, accompanied byv
scribed property, situated in Nassau
county. Florida. towit: his sister. Miss Lillian Bran-
Lots 13. if. 1, 1. 17. 18 19, 20 and ie; Mis Irene Beasley and:
22. In Block 154, Town of hrilllard .dles. Mss renC DCa anu
The said land being assessed at the Miss Virgie Jones. spent Satur-
date of the issuance of such certificate I
No. 412. in the name of Nassau Realty day in Jacksonville, taking -in
Development Company. and at the date ithe.pi tL.
of the issuance of such certificate No. the picture.
85. in the name of J. F. Menefee, and at Buford Speares, of Jackson-
the date of the Issuance of such certifi- .
cate No. 436, in the name of Unknown. Ville, spent the week-end as the:
Unless said certificates shall be re- gu et of Clifford Brandies.
deemed according to law. tax deed will T'- U. .- -
issue thereon on the Ath day of July. Robert Gupton, of Jasper, was
A. D. 1925.
Witness my official signature and the week-end guest of his pa-,
seal this the 4h day of June..A I rents. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Gup-
(Se- in Ia. C. UIRUS. ton.
Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau coun- l "
ty. Florida -5 to .7-3 l.Mrs. L. boyles, accompanied
by a hevy of Callahan girls,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTH spent Saturday afternoon in,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA---IN Hilliard.
CHANCERv. Bert Libby, of Hilliard, visit-:
Winnie ch:,mht.r Cr,,over. ed Callahan Sunday afternoon.!
Smpainant or., There seems to be some attrac-
nnona.t N ,,r tion for Bert here.
NOTICE Henry Newsome, wife and ba-
NTI T NON-ItESENT. by returned on Tuesday from a
TO: DONALD N. (ROVER, QUINCY. visit to relatives in Wrightsville,
You are hereby required to apP-ear Ga.
on tKo 6th day of July. A. i1. 1925, to
the Bill ot Complaint filed herein Mr. S. J. Baldwin and little,
against you by Winnie Chambers daughter e Mattie May, of Mia-
Grover, in the Circuit Court. In and for al
Nassau county. at Pernandina. Fl.r- mi. are here on a visit to friends
The Nassau County Leader and Fer- aild relatives.
nandlna News-Record. a newspaper of Mr. nd Mrs. Hugh Dixon, of
genftl circulation, published In Nas- a rs u xon, 0
sau county, Florida. Is hereby desig- ,Lessie, were in Callahan Tues-
nated as a newspaper in which this or-
der shall le published for four (4) su,. day afternoon.
cesslve weeks. A Oivi wife nd mth-
WITNESS my hand .As Clerk of aid A. Ogilvie, wife and moth-
Court. and the seul of said Court. at er spent Monday in Jacksonville.
the Court Hlouse or Nassau county, In
the City of Fernandina, Florida. this Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ogilvie!
3rd day ,f, Jutie, A. I). 195. motored to Jacksonville Mon-
(Seal) C. iBURGESS, motod to Jacksonville Mon-
Clerk Circuit Court, Nassau coiir- day.
ty. Florida to -I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Gupton,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAx and Mrs. C. C. Moore and Mrs.
1EI '1W. F. Conner spent Monday in
Notice is hereby given that H. C. Jacksonville.
Sanders. purchas.er of Tax Certificate 'M2isses n d s
No. 245. dated the 5th day of July. A.' Misses Llan Brandies and
r). 19o. has filet said certificate in Irene Beasley and Nellie Hig-
my office and has inade application for
tax deed to issue. n accordance with ginlbotham and Messrs. George
law. Said 4 ertifi.'ate embra'e s the fol- Henry Stokes and 'Bert Libby
lowing described property situated in
Nassau county. Florida. towit: [spent Sunday afternoon in Fer-
Lots Sub 1) of 3. in Block numbered
244 In the City of Fernandina, Florida. nandina.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certifl-:
cate in the name of Joseph Jones. Un-, BEACH PARTY
less said certificate shall be redeemed BA PR
according to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the Cth day of July. A. 1.[
i925. A very unique affair was giv-
Witness my official signature and en by Mrs. H. F. Sahlman at the
seal this the 4th day of June, A D eby MrClb a liman Be he
1926.al) c ROss Miramar Club at Amelia Beach
Clerk of circuit Court Nassau coun-on Friday evening, compliment-
ty, Florida. 6-5 to 7.-3 ing Miss Rosemary Humphreys.
NOT ICE Bridge was played during the
-evening. The tallies were shells,
a U county, (lid meet at the progressed according to the
Court House in Fernandina. Florida, direction given on the tally shell
on Monday, June Inst. A. 1). I.25. and d n th Mis a
did adjourn to meet again n Monday. during the games. Miss Kath-
June 29th. 1925. for the purpose of erine Whitney holding the high-
hearing complaints and receiving tes- ne oing te igh-
timony as to the value of any pro- est score, was presented two
Derty. real or personal, as fixed and ha
assessed by the County Assessor If handsome handkerchiefs. The
Taxes. and for perfecting, reviewing Consolation prize was won by
nd equalizing the assessment roll for IDlH priZo was wOa g-
the year 1925 Mrs. D. H. Ground, who was giv-
Chairman Board of County 'o'mmi, on a glove Dorine. The cut prize.
ATTETr. Swounty, Flort was awarded Mrs. T. H. Davis, a
G. C. BURGESS. Clerk 6-?6 deck of bridge cards. The hon-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX oree, Miss Humphreys, was pre-
D E ED. sented white silk lingerie. The
Notice is hereby given that C C guest of Mrs. Sahlman, Miss
Lloyd. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. Sunshine Gibson, of Apalachi-
134. dated the 2nd day of July. A
l594, hba filed said certificate nn m ocla, was presented orchid silk
office and has made application for lingerie
tax deed to Issue in accordance with "
law. Said certificate embraces tl' The decorations were made by
folowg described property situa the arrangement of the beauti-
Lot(4. numbered One Twl and Four ful trailing vine with large pur-
(24). Town f lilliard pie flowers, commonly known as
The said land being asse&leih at the the p w r in
date of the issuance ut such rertlfi he potato vine, which grows in
:ate n rthe name of 'nkwn. Unless such profusion at Fernandina
'ording Jt l.w. tai ded will l.aue Beach, and was very effective at
thron on the 13th, day of ,.tui. A this time with the table markers
Witness my ofi. i ^,te a made of Ib.ach shells. The favors
Seal) this the 11th day of Jui-o were large shells filled with can-
Clerk of Circutt Court Nas.sau cou- dies.
ty. Florida. -12 to 7-10 Mrs. Charles W. Iasserre as-
I. COURT OF THF CONTY jrn listed the hostess in serving
ASIA. coUTY. .TATI... chicken salatd in peppers, toma-
o-r-- FLORn D. to sandwiches, olives and grape
In re Estste of frappe
GI^TAV STARK. Deceased frappe.
To all Creditors. Legatees. flistrlhu-
tees and all Persons having Cla' AN ERROR CORRECTED
or Demands against said E..tn,.
THE CINTAUn COSPANT. NeW TOOK CITV .
AND DEPART- I How about a subscription to
OF THE MAILS thi, chamberr of Commerce.
All windows ,f the Fer'nan-
dina postoffice open at a. m.
daily, except Sunday.
Schedule of the Mails
Arrivals-10:00 ;. Im.. 1 :111, p.
m., 10:15 p. nm.
Mails close for dispatch at
7:55 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
Mails for Western and Cen-
tral States and West Florida
should be sent in the 5:00 p. m.
dispatch. All mail for dispatch
should be in the office thirty I
minutes before close o f the:
E. J. ROUX. Postmaster.
nd Your Steam Dyeing, Clean-
ing and Pressing to
N. 3rd St., Bet. Center and
Siam ithe mlosqtuitoI anid Mwal
th lt- ly.
Optometrist and Master
All Defects of Vtsolm !IecealtfI-
hE~ik-fr.,.h and wc' svr
Spi 1bav ha de
n~r~ fl'Vo lr. C milad wt',ie.snme..
EM Ceieit for dr*inkinV uwidioking-
zik ara~nge~ment% 13 10, a
0ie. v NupplyV.
.S. MI. BLACK
PHONE No. 50
W. S. WHITNEY
Office First Floor Waas
Opposite Post Office
ISLAND CITY GARAGE
Dodge Sales and Service
First class repairing done at reasonable
prices. Gas, Oil and Accessories-
Batteries recharged and repaired
As Il RAinek LA I noaWinklor
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finted by the Waited uWArs Swmerwniet eis VrMu*f
to M Vseour of e *th S rmthAer Jl*dir.
Certificates entitling the Holder to these Rare
Souvenir Coins on the date of Distribution, July
3, 1925, are now available to the public.
Demand for these Memorial Coins is enormous.
Limited quantities have been allotted to each
city in the South.
Only holders of Coin Certificates, therefore, can
be absolutely sure of obtaining the Coins on
their Release date.
Premiums on the Coins go toward the comple-
tion of the great Confederate Memorial being
carved at Stone Mountain, Ga.
BU Y Coin Certificates NO W !
For your children's children.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FERNANDINA
Wood, good wood. Phone 69.
Miss Reba Haile, of Jackson-
ville, spent the week-end here as
the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Haile.
Chowders and lunches will be
served at the casino every
Thursday and Sunday. Also on
the Fourth of July.
SMiss Scheffer, a registered
'professional nurse of Jackson-
ville, is the guest of Mrs. P. J.
IMcAleavy for several days.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Colsey. oft
Miami, are in Fernandina for
the summer and are pleasantly
located at the Green Tree Inn.
Mrs. Ralph Bridier and child-
ren, of Jacksonville, are guests
of Miss Chrissie Kelly at her
home on south Fifth street.
Miss Sunshine Gibson, of Apa-
lachicola. is the guest of Mrs. 11.
ITV okia .... l r.q lid. hItn.itroII. ..i
Wood, good wood. Phone 69.1
Mr. and Mrs. Osborn, of
Miami, accompanied by Mrs.
Geo. Schroeder and two child-
ren, of Daytona, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Beresford at
Ne\ St. ,James Hotel, Jack-
sonville, Fla., one block from
Hemming Park, two blocks from
Postoffice. Rooms $1.50 down,
June and July. Garage avail-,
Mi. and Mrs. A. B. West-
brook. of Daytona Beach, spent
the week-end here as the guests
of Mlrs. Westbrook's mother,
Mrs. Lillian Burney, at the Al-
Mris. E. C. Garvin, accom-
panied by her aunt, Miss McCoy,
left on Saturday for Augusta
and other points in Georgia,
where they expect to visit rela-
tives for several weeks.
that are useful, that are at-
tracti e and apple linay-
wedding gifts tahaS e Quality
as wv// as beauty. and that
will sertv you a life time.
Our larye stock is at your
disposal to choose from- will
6 ytead to aid you in your
Fern .andina Beach. t XV J. Lohman sold his resi-
deFee property, corner Fifth
Sand Alachua streets, to John R.
Mrs. J. P. Lopez and three Hardee, Sr., last Friday. This
children, of St. Petersburg, ar~, is considered one of the best
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. pieces of property in the city.
Johns for several weeks. -o -
(Chowders and lunches will 1,,
served at the casino ev,,ry
Thursday and Sunday. AlVz ,n
Pthe Fourth of July.
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Woo, goo woo. Phone 69. Wood good wood Phone 69.conditions is possible until a
Woo, good wood. Phone 69. Wood, good wood. Phone 69.strong public opinion approved
--- i ----- and demands it. Parent-Teach-
Mrs. George Burt left this C. C. Conner and S. C. Brock, er Association.
morning for a few days' visit to two of the representative citi- -
friends at Pompano and Miami. zens of Hilliard, were in the city We buy shrimp .heads on or
-0-- yesterday. heads off. We are now located
FOR RENT-H o U s e, Bath i at DiGrande's shrimp house.
and Garage. Apply S. W. Gluck. i FOR RENT Five-rooms I Telephone No. 5. Flotrida
117 South 8th Street. downstairs, kitchen and bathShrimp Fisheries Co.
room. unfurnished. Mrs. S. Sal- .
vador, St. Augustine, Fla. ., .. .. ,
Me ad MS- O-
ir. 1Uan m t-i arl -Gerings-
wald, of Jacksonville, spent Sun-
day in the city.
Cash paid for Shark Fins and
T Pr mhnA Vi, <,. nT Ir.h LT awn.-
-E. ailey, Jr., of01 rlano,
Mrs. J. Hurwitz, of Jack I spent Sunday with his wife and
rs J. B. Hurwitz o Jack- bab who are the guests of his
sonville, spent the week-end at p .nt, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
the beach with her parents, Mr. Bailey., Sr.
and Mrs. F. C. Ferreira. --- -O---
errapnLJII. J. Ung w a II ll iun-
dry. --o--- -Send your dyeing and clean-
--0--- FOR SALE-Cheap for cash, ing to Rogers & Jones 611
L. D. Lloyd, of Boulogne, wasone-ton worm-drive second-hand Main St., Jacksonville, Fla,, We
ML the county seat onIlFor -A y -Florida prepay parcl po tae on r .rn-
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Pratt, of:
Gainesville, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John Mann and Mrs. Robt.
Downs in Old Town. an uncle
and aunt of Mrs. Pratt. who was
Miss Nancy Mann. H. L. Gantz sold .ven ai : a G. P. .McClendon. of Jackson-
half acres of land to M. F. Miner, ville, motored to Fernandina on
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Smith and of Miami, last week tfor tl e sum ni \.liesd.ay of la:it week, the
two soils, of Phoenix, Ariz., are of $250 per acre. Mr. Miner former's little sonil, Carl King.
pleasantly located at the home will build a modern home oiwhio has been visiting relatives
of Mrs. W. 11. Seibert. Mrs. same and plans to subdivide theI ,and friends here for several
Smith is pleasantly remembered trat, improve andsel i Mr. wks having returned with his
a s M is s A llie D u n h a m tra, .... .. .. .r. .
aI Miner also purchased adjoining
0- -- acreage owned by Clarence Fer-I
FOR SALE-Boys' bicycle, reira and Manuel Ferreira and
Iver Johnson make. Complete- also plans to subdivide, improve e
condition. New tires never punc- nug eighteen acres in all. 6 6
turned. Fie coaster brake. A, o Malaria Chills and Fever.
again at $10.00 ash Tm s. H. C. Kin, of Dani. ac- Dengue or Bilious Fever.
Graham, Postal Telegraph. companies by her sister, Mrs. illa. athe ser.m.
.-.. -- --
Miss Emma Cohurn, if Savan-
nah, Ga., is the guest of her:
cousin. Mrs. P. C. Kellv. Miss
Coburn has been organist at
Crit's Church, Episcopal, Sa-
ewnnr,., Ca. for over twenty
CITY LOTS. HOMS BIA<:H. HAMMOCK ANt)
BU.SINMS PROPER1N OURHARID IAND%
O Bbyd Realty Company
Office: Keystone Hotel FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
Walter J. Courter went to
M'ami on Saturday, returning
J. Kennard, Jr., of Savan-
Ga., spent the week-end
as the guest of his family.
D. A. Kelly. Jr. has accepted
a position with the Lasserre Mo-
C. W. Lasserre and family are
pleasantly located at Fernan-
dina Beach for the summer.
Send The Leader to a friend;
it may be the means of getting
another resident for Fernandina.
Chowders and lunches will be Mrs. E. W. Bailey, little son,
served at the casino every Rene, and Messrs. A. 0. Bailey
Thursday and Sunday. Also on and Gordon Carroll made a husi-
the Fourth of July. ness trip to Jacksonvilci Wed-
SHRIMP BOAT FOR SALE- -
SHRIM O FOR ,' For quick sale at a bargain
Shrimp boat "Nerid" for sale: fifteen hundred fifty acres tim-
cheap. Apply to Capt. B. J. Mc-ibered land in Camden county,
Neil, City. 6-26 Georgia. Wire or write W. C.
--0-- KING, Kingsland. Ga.
Chowders and lunches will be
served at the casino every Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whitney
Thursday and Sunday. Also on are the fond grandparents of
the Fourth of July. their first grandchild, Marion
---0--- Dudley Boyd, Jr., horn Tiesday
L. L. Owens, the county com- at Tampa, Fla.
missioner from Evergreen, was -- ---0--
a business visitor to Fernandina Miss Ruth Johnson loft last
Wednesday. ; Sunday for Tallahassee, where
ishe will attend the summer
;school at the Florida State Col-
lege for Women.
Save With Safety
In Having Your Prescriptions Filled
Our store provides three things
in every prescription-quality,
accuracy *and service. These,
combined with the lowest possi-
ble charges, give you absolute
safety at a saving. You can have
confidence in us as your drug-
gist the same as you have in
Horsey's Drug Store
THE REXALL STORE
Saturday, July 4th, Independ-
ence Day, being a legal holiday
in the State of Florida, the First
National Bank will be closed for
business on that day..
The many friends of Col. N.
B. Borden will regret to learn
that he has been ill the past sev-
eral days, and all trust that he
will enjoy a speedy recovery.
Dr. S. Copeland and party of
four, of Jacksonville, were visi-
tors to Femandina on Tharsday,
having been registered at the
For quick sale at a bargain
fifteen hundred fifty acres tim-
bered land in Camden county,
Georgia. Wire or write W. C.
KING, Kingsland, Ga.
P. E. Stapleton, cashier in the
office of the American Railway
Express Co., is relieving the
agent, S. J. Kennard, who is
away on his vacation.
Messrs. Walter Scott and
brother, Clarence Scott, of Mi-
ami, will spend the summer inr
Fernandina. They are pleasant-
ly located at the Green Tree Inn.
Mrs. J. P. Johns has returned
home, after a month pleasantly
Dan Nagel, who has been with -
the Lasserre Motor Co. tfor the
past several years, has accepted
a position as a traveling sales-
man, which will take him away
from Fernandina we regret to-,
Chas. Beresford reports the l
sale of his home and lands at!
Amelia to Ohio people, who plan
to come down this fall. Mr.
Beresford owns other valuable s
lands in the Amelia City section M
and plans to build another mod-i
ern home this fall. '
There is no way to acquaint'
parents with school conditions
and arouse their interest in im-
provement like a Parent-Teach.-
er Association, which meets reg-
ularly at the school to consider
such matters. Parent-Teacher
Lohman Brothers and Wolff
& C(o. have inaugurated a tide
service for the people of Fernan-
dina and visitors, and will be
glad to give informant ion con- .
cerning the time the tide rises
and falls. Telephone or call on i
them for this information, .
Haile & Ferreira purchased
120 acres of land from H. S.
Iligginbotham. o f Callahan, -
several days ago; which, we g
understand, they have sold to i
out-of-town parties. The land
is about two mile from Calla- |
Mr. Fritz S.-hroeder and bride, i
of Birmingham. Ala., arrived -
Sunday for a visit to the for- |
mer's mother, Mrs. Chas. Beres-
ford. They will be accompanied
home by the former's three
children, who have been with
their grandmother for several F
WANTED-Someone to rep-
resent The Original J. R. Wat- |
kins Company in Fernandina.
You can supply daily necessities|
to regular customers and make
$3,5-$50 a week easily. Write
The J. R. Watkins Company,
Dept. J2, 62-70 West Iowa St.,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 29-30
WITH MARJORIE DAW, LOU TELLIEGEN AND
What is greater than marriage? Nothing, says the
sentimental young girl. Everything, says the Cynic.
It is for each to decide for herself oi himself. Do you
Alko Internatinmal News
25 and 10
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. JUlNE 1-2
JULY AND AUGUST WILL NOT HAVE
PICTURES ON THIFm E NIGHTS
FRIDAY. JULY :3
"BEHOLD THIS WOMAN"
U ITH IRENE RI('H, MARGUERITEE DE LA MOITE.
CHARLES I'OSTS HARRY MEYERS, ROSEMARY
THEY AND ANDERS RANDOLPH
Displaying many wonderful scenes in Picture-Making.
California out-door scenery, and luxurious dressing.
This picture is ,iven under the autpices of
The Parent Teachers' Assiation, of Fmandilna
It is a picture of the special class, and the extra admis-
sion price over the regular goes to that Association, to
be used in improvement of the Fernandina school
A (ood (omedy Alongd
:;,5 i nd 15
SATURDAY. JULY 4
REGULAR SATURDAY NIGHT'S PROGRAM. A
MIXTURE OF AMUSING PLAYS. SHORT, MIRTH.
ACTION AND EXCITEMENT FROM BEGINNING
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Friday, June 26, 1925
NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA-