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Title: Fernandina news
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Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
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Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: July 10, 1925
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Fernandina News-Record I Consolidated
NamaMu County Leader ( Dec. 15. 1920



Volume 38-Number 32



P. J. Rhein Devoured By Sharks
When He Was Washed
From the Rocks.

The left leg of the body of
Peter J. Rhein, the South Jack-
sonville railroad man who met
death by drowning while fishing
on the south jetty Sunday after-
noon, was washed ashore and
picked up by a passerby near the
jetty fishing camp late Tuesday
The body had evidently bee.,
devoured by sharks. The shoe
and remnants of clothing taken
from the recovered limb were
recognized by the widow and at -
cepted as sufficient identifica-
tion to satisfy H. V. Burgess,
justice of the peace, who con-
ducted the coroner's inquest
Tuesday afternoon.
The bones of the right leg
were recovered by fishermen in
that vicinity Thursday morning.
Rheine, his wife and their
three small children and J. C.
Chewning had motored up from
Jacksonville Sunday morning
and had spent the day picnick-
ing and fishing at the jetty
camp. In an attempt to cross
over a low place in the rocks
Rhein and his companion,
Chewning, were struck by a
breaker which caused them to
miss their footing and precipi-
tated them into the waters of
the channel. Chewning manag-
ed to make his way back to the
rocks, but Rhein was swept by a
n current some seventy-
five orl4 hundred feet out and
sank benea "the surface before
a rescue t could reach him.
A searchingk, rty was speedily
organized a throughout the
night and the following day the
waters in that vicinity were
dragged with hooks for the
The two men, it is stated,
were warned not to venture out
on the jetties without the use
of a boat, as the rocks are known
to be very treacherous on a ris-
ing tide.
The recovered fragments of
the body have been taken to
South Jacksonville for burial.

When our well known busi-
ness and professional men begin
to take on that "middleage
spread" and show symptoms of
the gout, the doctor wisely pre-
scribes golf.
In doing so, the doctor is fol-
lowing the modern tendency to
advise outdoor exercise for in-
door workers and he invariably
says "play golf and live longer."
But it's not new-this golf
"bug" that is as virulent as the
most deadly germ ever discov-
ered by science because more
than 150 gears ago Dr. Benja-
min Rush, one of the first pro-
fessors of medicine at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, in a
book "Sermons to Gentlemen
on Temperance and Exercise"
prescribed and commended golf
as an exercise and a remedy for
It is only in recent years that
golf once regarded as a rich
man's game has been populariz-
ed and has been taken up by
men of modest means, and has
placed many invalids back on the
road to health.
The community that has its
own golf course is indeed fortun-
ate for it places within reach of
the man in very ordinary finan-
cial circumstances a type of rec-
reation that makes him better
physically and mentally and de-
velops a better type of citizen-

Miss Susie Davis left last Fri-
day for a sea voyage with her
uncle, Capt. T. S. Davis., T. S.,
Jr. having accompanied his fath-
er. They will visit Miami and
other places of interest along the
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Callahan, July 7.-Among
those spending the Fourth at
Fernandina Beach were Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Jones, Mr. and Mrs. G.
E. Gupton, Mrs. J. N. Kight,
Mrs. W. F. Conner, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Wingate, Miss Virgie Jones,
Miss Ruth Jones and Miss Vera
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Sikes and
little son, of Jacksonville, spent
the week-end in Callahan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spurlock
and children spent the Fourth at
Jacksonville Beach.
Miss Ruth Rivers, of Camiela,
Ga., is on an extended visit to
her sister, Mrs. Ralph Maxwell.
Messrs. G. E. Gupton and H.
L. Ezell spent Monday in Jack-
Mrs. Lauriel Boyles and child-
ren spent the Fourth in La-
crosse. MAr. Boyles' mother
came home with them for an
extended visit to her son.
Mr. Fred Sikes spent Monday
in Fernandina.
The Baptist Brotherhood of
Jacksonville held services in the
Callahan Baptist Church Sun-
day night.
Robert Gupton and Billie Ad-
,ick, of Jasper, visited the for-
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
E. Gupton, for the week-end.
Kennie Higginbotham and
John W. Page left Monday for a
motor trip to points in North
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ford,- Mrs.
Grace Beasley and daughter,
Irene. and Mrs. W. P. Meares
and Ralph Ogilvie and mother,
Mrs. Cora Ogilvie. formed a con-
genial party motoring to Fer-
nandina' Beach for the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Davis and
Miss Mary Russell spent the
fourth at Jacksonville.
Rev. J. I. Whitworth, of
Homestead, is holding a revival
meeting at the Methodist church
in Dinsmore and quite a large
crowd from Callahan went over
Tuesday evening to hear Rev.
Mr. Whitworth. We are always
glad to hear Irvin, as he is one
of our own Callahan boys.

After an absence of fifteen
years Eugene F. Courter, of
Waycross. Ga., returned to Fer-
nandina Monday and spent sev-
eral days with his brother, W. J.
Courter, renewing acquaint-
ances and visiting the scenes of
his boyhood. Mr. Courter, who,
since leaving Fernandina, has
been engaged in the hat manu-
facturing business in the Geor-
gia city, contemplates taking up
his residence here and is pros-
pecting with the view of moving
his plant to Fernandina.


Realty activity on Amelia Is-
land and Nassau county contin-
ues to keep its stride, the sale
of several small tracts having
been recorded this week. The
37 1-2 acre tract which contains
the "fountain of youth" situat-
ed in the lower end of the island,
has been purchased by local par-
ties for cash consideration of
$8,000. The purchase, it is
stated, was made with the view
of immediate development.
Rumor gained currency Fri-
day morning to the effect that
negotiations were under way
for the resale of the Fort Clinch
property and it is believed that
this deal will be consummated


The Leader is in receipt of a
telephone message from Mrs. N.
B. Borden, who is with Mr. Bor-
den in Jacksonville, to the effect
that the Colonel is getting along
fine at St. Vincent's hospital,
where he was carried Tuesday
for treatment. At first it was
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Guns for Insect Powder 18c

cweler J. GEO. SUHRER


Work of bulkheading Ponce
de Leon Beach is progressing
satisfactorily and is being rapid-
ly pushed to completion, accord-
ing to Wolff & Company, gener-
al agents for this attractive sub-
division. A road is under con-
struction which when completed
will enable one to make an in-
spection of the property with-
out the necessity of going over
the beach driveway. This road
will be open within the next few
days when section one, which
contains about 450 lots, will be
ready for public inspection.
Plats have been completed for
this tract and the location of the
various streets designated. The
streets will bear the names of
those old Spanish explorers and
settlers who figured so conspic-
uously in the early history of
Amelia Island.
As this is the pioneer subdiv-
ision development on the island
and the purchase of Ponce de
Leon marking the commence-
ment of the real estate boom
here, Fernandina people are
evincing more than ordinary in-
terest in the construction acti-
vities now under way.

The German steamship Cron-
shagen arrived in port Tuesday
at 10:30 a. m. and loaded 1200
tons of phosphate and was ready
to sail again at 6:30 a. m. She
sailed at daylight Wednesday
morning for Jacksonville, where
she loads further cargo. Phos-
phate taken here was for Danzig
and was shipped by J. Buttgen-
bach & Co. The steamer was
loaded at the Florida Terminal
Co'. elevators and was .handled
by Bailey-Davis Co., Inc.
Judge T. J. Ansberry and Ed-
ward Gordon, of Miami and New
York, purchased one of the large
ocean .front tracts on Amelia Is-
land Wednesday. These men
are large developers, who expect
to develop this property in the




Accompanied by their wives
and children, Messrs. Thos. D.
Guthrie, traffic manager; Her-
bert Stanley, industrial secre-
retary; F. M. Holbrook. statis-
tician; Albert J. Stowe, secre-
tary of the Jacksonville Cham-
ber of Commerce, and Joseph
Kelley and E. A. Shellnutt, of
the Times-Union, spent the 4th
of July in Fernandina as guests
of the local Chamber of Com-
merce. While the purpose of
their visit to Fernandina was to
spend the day boating and fish-
ing. owing to two hours' delay
in reaching the city on account
of cr troubles on the road-the
party enjoyed the afternoon and
evening at the casino, on the
beach and driving over the is-
land..- They were loud in their
praise of the magnificent beach,
the beauties of Amelia Island
and the hospitality of Fernan-

The Fourth of July in Fernan-
dina was the most orderly cele-
bration of Independence Day ev-
er staged in this community. No
drunkenness, no rowdyism, such
as frequently characterizes such
occasions elsewhere, to mar the
pleasure and sacredness of the
day. That is not only exception-
al, but highly creditable and
adds emphasis to the fact that
we have one of the most order-
ly and law-abiding communities
in the world. The celebration
was held under auspices of the
First Baptist Church and a neat
sum was realized from the sale
of refreshments to place in their
building fund.

The Young Woman's Mission-
ary Society of the First Metho-
dist Church requests you to at-
tend an informal recital on Fri-
day evening, July 10th, at 8:00
o'clock at the Yulee Community
House. Silver offering re-,
freshments on sale.








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Prominent Ministers, Laymen

For instance, he imprisons in
an incandescent lamp the illimi-
table natural energy called elec-
tricity-a material force which
can cleve mountains--and bids
it give him light. He takes the
human voice and confines it
in the phonograhh for his bene-
fit and amusement. According
to his natural power, man should
be able to communicate a limited
distance but by overcoming the
restrictions of nature he can an-
nihilate space and send tele-
phone messages thousands of
miles. All the sciences, arts and
discoveries were mysteries of
nature, according to natural law
these mysteries should remain
latent, hidden, but man has pro-
ceeded to break this law, free
himself from this rule and bring
them forth into the realm of the
visible. Therefore he is the
ruler and commander of nature.
Man has intelligence; nature
has not. Man has volition; na-
ture is without it Man has the
reasoning faculty; nature is de-
prived. Man has the perceptive
faculty; nature cannot perceive.
It is therefore proved and evi-
dent that man is nobler than
If we accept the supposition
that man is but a part of nature,
we are confronted by an illogi-
cal statement, for this is equiva-
lent to claiming that a part may
be endowed with qualities which
are absent in the whole. For
man who is a part of nature has
perception, intelligence, mem-
ory, conscious reflection and
susceptibility, kvhile nature its-
self is quite hereft of them.
flow is it possible for the part to
be possessed of qualities or
faculties which are absent in the
whole? The truth is that God
has given to man certain powers
which are super-natural. How
then can man be considered a
captive of nature? Is he npt
dominating and controlling na-
ture to his own uses more and
more? Is he not the very di-
vinity of nature? Shall we say
nature is blind, nature is not
perceptive, nature is without
volition and not alive, and then
relegate man to nature and its
limitations? How can we answ-
er this question? How will the
materialists a n d scholastic
atheists prove and support such
a supposition? As a matter of
fact they themselves make na-
tural laws subservient to their
own wish and purpose. The
proof is complete that in man
there is a power beyond the limi-
tations of nature, and that pow-
er is the bestowal of God.-Adv.

The trial of Allen Rowe, for
the murder of W. H. Wingate,
near Hilliard, this county, in
August, 1922, is now going on at
St. Augustine and will probably
be concluded today or tomor-
row. The indictment was sever-
ed at this trial, Allen Rowe be-
ing tried by himself, he having
!been tried jointly with his broth-
er, William Rowe, at the two
previous trials. Judge Geo. C.
Gibbs is the trial judge and
State Attorney Durrance is con-
ducting the prosecution.
John J. Klarer, who is the les-
see of the Fernandina Beach
Casino for the season, deserves
a great deal of credit for the
manner in which he looked after
matters the 4th, and all the
time for that matter.

Miss Nell Chambers returned
on Wednesday from Macon, Ga.,
where she spent a week with
relatives, and resumed her posi-
tion as chief operator for the
Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co.



and Delegates Here
The Session.


The Jacksonville District Con-
ference of the M. E. Church,
South, convened at the First
Methodist Church here at eight
o'clock p. m. Wednesday of last
week and adjourned at 4 o'clock
Friday afternoon. The initial
sermon was delivered by Rev.
A. E. Householder, D. D., of the
Ortega charge, Duval county.
Most of the pastors and lay
leaders of the eighteen'charges
of the district, together with
delegates from each of the fifty-
odd churches comprising the
charges, were in attendance
upon the conference, as well as
representatives of the various
departments of church activities
throughout the Florida Confer-
Dr. W. F. Dunkle, of Jackson-
ville, presiding elder of the dis-
trict, was in charge of the pro-
gram for the three days session
and some of the leading minis-
ters of the Florida conference
delivered sermons during the
progress of the meetings.
Among the duties of the Dis-
trict conference is the election
by the laymen of eight delegates
from their number to the annual
conference which meets in St.
Petersburg the first week in
December, at which time the
final vote is cast for or against
the proposed plan of unification
of tho Northern and Southern
branches of the Methodist
A shore dinner at the casino
at 6:30 o'clock Thursday after-
noon, under auspices of the Wo-
man's Home Mission Society of
the First Methodist Church of
Fernandina, was greatly enjoy-
ed by local and visiting Metho-
dists, Albert D. Simon, manager
of the Keystone Hotel, having
this affair in charge, which
measured up to all previous
events which Mr. Simon has

Not a great many years ago a
wealthy man bought 17,000
acres of land in the Ozark moun-
tains in order to have a quiet
place to retire upon leaving the
active life of the city. He bought
the land cheap and intended to
breed fancy cattle as a pastime.
In making a survey of the
property, engineers discovered
vast deposits of iron ore. Now
the property is more valuable
than a gold mine, and twelve
million dollars was invested in a
plant for converting the ore into
iron and steel.
Advertising is a vast mine of
information that should be con-
sulted by every buyer before
making a purchase. Like the
Ozark mountain land, it was
first thought to be of no value
and supposedly wise business
men looked upon advertising as
But advertising has won its
spurs. No successful business
enterprise can get on without it
and no thrifty person can buy
to best advantage without using
advertising as a ready reference.
Following the guidance of ad-
vertisements is sure to lead to
"pay dirt." They are inexhaust-
ible mines that give you news
of the latest and best things
made, with a word as to what
they cost and what they will do.
Keep advertisements before

Henry B. Herrington, of Cal-
houn, Ga., came near sustaining

very serious injuries while at
work on the concrete bridge,
which is being built on the
Coastal Highway, when he fell




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-A Good Town to Live In

Published Periodically As a Supplement to the



Conduced by E. W. CARROLL, Secretary

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Name Fernandina's
Needs and Win $5.00

In order to ascertain from
, many different angles some of
the needs of the community, the
Chamber of Commerce through
its Publicity Committee offers
a prize of Five Dollars in Gold
for the best article on the sub-
ject "Five Greatest Needs of
Fernandina Today." The only
rule governing the contest is
that the article must not contain
more than 100 words and must
be in the office of the secretary
before noon of Thursday, July
Get busy and write the Cham-
ber of Commerce what, in your
opinion, are the five things of
first importance to be done for



Wonderful Climate, Ideal Health Conditions,
Unsurpassed Natural Scenery, Magnificent
Ocean Beach Are Some of City's Assets.





Perhaps one of the things ida variety of sunshine that is b
most needed in Fernandina at famed the world over for its
the present time is an adequate health-giving qualities. There a
advertising program to acquaint is no greater inducement to
the public of the wonderful ad- prospective citizens than cli- (
vantages this community has to mate and good health.
offer. In order for others to Schools and Churches.
know just what there is offeredand urches
in the w ha t of inducements to Fernandina has exceptionally t
prospective citizens and pros- good churches, practically every
pective enterprises, it must be denomination being represented &
broadcasted to the world. This here, and its pul)lic school sys- 0
can be done most effectively by tem compares favorably with a
talking and telling others about other systems of the State. De-
the worthwhile things Fernan- finite plans are under way for ,
dina has. improving the facilities of the a
Let every citizen be a booster public schools of the city. a new
Let every citizen be a booster high school building with mod-
of his city; believe in his city; ern equipment undoubtedly will
have faith in the ultimate fu- have been completed before the
ture of his city and his faith end of the next school term,
coupled with his boosting will and then our educational ad-
get results. The spirit is conta- vantages will lbe equal to the
gious. One booster will induce best in the country.
others to see the opportunities
the citv offers and to realize the Beautiful 'aved Streets.
wonderful possibilities stretch- Already Fernandina has a
ing out before the citizens of number of well paved streets
this community and, as a rule, and when the projected street t
there will he formed an army of paving program is carried out
City Boosters whose aim it will by the municipal administration
be to promote progress and de- Fernandina will be in the front T
velopment in every way possible. ranks of the best paved cities.
The people of Fernandina can Superb Scenery Unsurpassed.
jutly lbe proud of their city. While the people of Fernan-
They can. in all justice to them- in have become accustomed
selves, I oost their city and boast i to the beautiful scenery so
of the advantages of their city abundant about the city. the
Yv .rause it has in it those things! visitor, newcomer, or traveler is
vhich command the highest ad- at once impressed with the
miration from progressive citi- wonderful work of nature,
,ns everywhere. -which have made the views
Among the things which are around this section unexcelled
,. interest to outsiders and anywhere. The beautiful streets
which supply ample reasons for and moss-covered oaks and the
1 ,..sting and advertising, are: ever green and restful appear-
A Wonderful Climate. ance on every side adds much to
The climate of Fernandina is the attractiveness for the visi-
_; comparable. For at least nine tors and is a real asset to the
months in the year it could not city. The rivers, creeks and
be improved upon, and there is ocean, by which Amelia Island
e(mfort even in the heated per- is surrounded, are likewise beau-
iod of summer. The salt water tiful at every season of the year,
atmosphere, remarkably free and there is nothing that com-
from humidity, is life-giving pares with the hard surface
and invigorating. driving beach extending from
Ideal Health Conditions. one end of the island to the
No cit in Florida has a bet- other; motorists are afforded
ter health recorida than Fernan- every opportunity of feasting
dinner healt In recent ears there has their eyes on scenery that can-
been very little malaria and ty not be surpassed anywhere else
been very little malaria and ty- the Atlantic Coast. The scen-
phoid fever is practically un- on Amelian Island is worth
known. The outdoor life on the millions; it can be capitalized
island is conducive to health wiho ny great expenditure
and it is seldom that one hears ithoney and will sell itself
of a case of tuberculosis any of money and will sted
where in Nassau county. The wherever presented.
city is sufficiently elevated and Harbor a Great Asset.
well drained. First-class sani- Fernandina's harbor, the
r Aa,hs.i. th, ear deepest near-to-sea harbor on

Let us all take a hand in try-
ng to make Fernandina one of
he most attractive cities in the
United States.
We have the location, we have
the natural scenery, we have the
opportunity and we have the
Lort ,of citizenship that <-an
bring about the desired end.
All that is needed is co-oper-
And it's a work in which
every one can help.
Are you going to help?
First of all get rid of the eye-
sore. Let us show how easily
that can be done.
No city can afford to have a
stranger form an unfavarable
opinion. First impressions are
always the most lasting.
It's the elimination of the eye-
sores that count for most in the

Speak a good word for Fer-
nandina every time you can.
feet of water on the bar at high
tide, is one of the tangible assets
of which every citizen should be
justly proud.
Added to this list are numer-
ous other things in which Fer-
nandina excels that we should
tell the world about. Briefly
they are:
The largest hard rock phos-
phate shipping port in the world.
Also the largest shrimp shipping
point in the United States. One
of the most modern and best
conducted hotels in the South.
A clean and well edited newspa-
per with an up-to-date job print-
ing plant that turns out the
highest grade of printing.
Fernandina has a live-wire
Chamber of Commerce that is
ever on the alert to advance the
welfare of the community. No
community in this section of the
State can boast of a stronger,
more progressive banking insti-
tution. A splendid public library
that would be a credit to a much
larger city. One of the finest
and most substantial postoffice
buildings in the State and a pos-
tal service that is far above the
average in efficiency. A clean,
well governed city free of graft
and dirty politics. Up-to-date
and well kept stores with enter-
prising merchants and courteous
and accommodating clerks.
These advantages are only a
few of the outstanding features
of Fernandina. Yet they are
strong inducements to prospec-
tive citizens. Why not tell others
about them? Other towns of
Florida are being tooted and
boosted and advertised in a way
that is getting splendid results.
Why not the same thing for
Fernandina? The development
of the community will be con-



Those cities are doing the
most in the way of progress
these days that have the largest
number of "boosters" devoted to
the advancement of their own
community. "Knocking" helps
no one and injures a great num-
ber. "Boosting" leaves a pleas-
ant impression in the mind, be-
gets a general condition of
cheerfulness and attracts atten-
tion to a municipality's advan-
Fernandina possesses many
advantages easily observvable
for those willing to see them.
In the dispensation of His bless-
ings the Almighty has been
most generous to Fernandina.
But "God helps those who help
themselves." The fact that Fer-
nandina is just now experienc-
ing a revival of interest from
people all over the State is not
not due to chance or has just
come about "in the nature of
things," as some might con-
clude. Chance is going to play
little part in its future develop-
Iment. In fact, the future Fer-
nandina is in the hands of its
citizens. If they are wise and
energetic in promoting the city's
interests in the course of a few
years it will have assumed a
commanding position in the
state that will obtain wider rec-
ognition than is accorded Fer-
nandina today.
Therefore "boost," early, late
and all the time. All cities have
their pessimistic elements that
are obstacles in the road to pro-
gress. These elements must
be checkmated for the city's
own good. Fernandina, how-
ever, has fewer who look on the
darker side than most cities.
Fernandina, with its fine lo-
,cation, its agreeable climate, its
1 general healthfulness. its mod-
*ern and efficient public utilities,
its splendid transportation fa-
cilities is in a position to attract
outside capital and to encour-
age that at home. By "boost-
ing" we can assist in having
that capital applied to our in-
dustrial and commercial needs.
If every resident of Fernan-
dina does his full duty in pro-
lotion of the general interests
the beneficial results will be ob-
servable very soon.
An unpardonable sin to be in

a community, to make a living
off it, to educate your children
from it, to get everything you
possibly can out of it, and put
absolutely nothing into an or-
ganization that constantly works
for your benefit.
A leading citizen is a man who
is going somewhere and induc-
ing others to follow.



Publicity and Advertising Program Result-
ful-Much Research Work Has Been Done
-Board Members and Committees Aulve.

It is a fact beyond dispute
that a Chamber of Commerce
can accomplish the maximuni of
service only through the energy.
devotion and team work of its
members working along lines
and for objects that command
the intelligent support of the
entire community as well as its
members. Unfort nately a
Chamber of Commerce cannot
always be spectacular and sup-
ply its community with new sen-
sations daily. Nor can it per-
form miracles.
Nature has done every single
thing which she can for Fernan-
dina. No one can or will give
us the necessary things to com-
plete the advantages of our loca-
tion. We must WORK for them
and PAY for them.
The final test of this com-
munity's desire for improve-
ment is its willingness to pay a
fair price for what is ;nevued.
A ....... .... ,,t Th..

ing in detail money cl!,cte,
and expenditures. 4
The program for the remain-
ing months of the present year
for this organization calls for
more extensive work and great-
er activity than ever. To carry
these plans through to success-
t'ul conclusion members must
give their time, knowledge and
experience in unselfish service
to our ( community.
You may have a part in this
work by Fernandinians for Fer-
nan(dina by enrolling in the Fer-
nandina Chamber of Commerce.
Will you do it now?




"I am a citizen of
,ilVy sahl Itti11 who

Io I ru)flIt;II

A e ,we reau \ o p!ay.:I[.I i i t. M .... 1 .. .. .. .
price is not only cash, but work. Saul (f Tarsus.
An improved community spirit. Loyal to community vwas a
constructive, not destructive( strong characteristic o(f t hose
criticism, boosting, not kno(ik- old timers. They liked their
ing, and a real belief in our- nations much buit they lovcd
selves and in our community's their cities more. As Paul was
destiny are prerequisites to sue- proud of his native Tarsus, s.,
cess in Fernandina or any other ought every resident of Fernian-
city that would push ahead. diina make the proud boast that
The second quarter of the i I am a citizen of no mean citY."
New Chamber (if (omnmerce lPaul was a very busy man.
activities is starting off excel- but he was not too busy to find
lently. Activities begun imme-;time to sav a few words for his
diately following the reorganiza- beloved Tarsus.
tion campaign are maturing. )o we ever think of saving a
Splendid results are being ob- kind word for Fernandina?
trained from the advertising and, .
publicity carried in the various I)o we not have the opportin-
,newspapers during the past two ( t ever -day t ue can say it
months. A comprehensive sur- .hen we write to our friends.
vey of the citv's resources and We can say it when we are
advantages is' practically com- among strangers. We can tell
pleted. The facts thus obtained them of the progress the city is
will be included in numerous ar- making along all lines, of the
tiles now in preparation for the proverbial hospitality of its
leading magazines, newspapers people, of the health-giving
and trade publications. Good qualities of its unsurpassed cli-
roads and other special commit- mate, of its fine harbor, of the
tees have been hard at work on wonderful natural scenery, of its
the tasks assigned them and-beautiful beach, of its historic
worthwhile results have been associations, of the spirit of co-
accomplished. The Board of operation which now manifests
Governors have been holding itself in Fernandina, of its splen-
regular weekly meetings and a did churches.
number of special meetings have Emulate the example of glor-
been held to give specific atten- ious old Paul and boost your city
tion to matters of vital import- wherever you can. You do not
ance to the community. A de- have to be a millionaire to do it.
tailed report of the activities of The humblest citizen of Fernan-
the Chamber during the quarter dina can be a booster a dozen
inust elosad will roirad- f,. n,i. times a day if he wishes to b,

" e Cyity Ji .7nown by the spirit of .ts


Friday, July 10. 1925







-v u L=-vnus, Kt,ItKNAINmilA, Iff*K*ILA PaI T
NA%.S1' .t1 "NTY. iFLORIiDA.
LEGALoAD TVERTuIll in re: Estate of Graham Bryce. Ed-
b Ol O ( wn r vre. Eleanor Br .ee. and Jean-
l Ai__UST IN LAN. To 1V J tvals. andl Minnie Ryals. A BOWL O -
N ihis wife. Bryceville. F1',rida. FLAKES AND IlK
Notice is hereby given that on the .1 Mr. Anelia t" Mrl*zan. 1741 Silver:
AK ply to the Honorable County Judge in Mrs. ,eor.ia Foura:ker. o.- Lacka- will satisfy e big-
W ImEA 0and for Nassau county. Florida. by pe- wana Ave...lacksmnaxlle. Florida. -aW
S PAINFUL tuition. for an Order authorizing me as J. 4;. Cross and Annie Cross. his O gest appetite. We ll
ANKLL uardian of the person and estate of wife. l:r\N-e.\ille. Fla.. Iso many boxes of
OTENDETk I heir at law of Howard Hall ,Davis. Sr.. lianison. his wife. rahaim Ikuilding. rnflak ery day
deceased, to sell and convey at private Jacksoenille. Fl.ridI.
sq"I vale all the undivided one-sixth right. 4; I.. r e. rN,.,evill.. Flcridla. they haven't time to
TOES k title and interest of said lnitiior. in and John !;:rt. e. .r,.eville. Flridla. get stale in o r store
to the follow ing property, situiite. v- lEit-ainler e-1ll 1nd II 1.. Ezell. hi. r e i -r store.
ing and bein in Nasa.. ount,. Fl,.r- iu.sio,,i. ,;lta;n. l ,., ... Same with all our pop-
inimniNsifeida. towit: Irizzi-s Prinl and1i .1 l IL 'ri, -. h,-rh
'UNDER South half (Sti; and tthe S,,utih half of husliand. I :r. e1' iliv. Fhnril,. ular cereals. No such
NSTEP North iest quarter <(S ,,f N\,\ .,nd .I.ess Fi'r. thi. ,.Mrs II t" ler.- .h thing as food here
CALLOUSES the Northeast quarter (xO.:' of N-,,rth- \Vaildl.. Fl-,ril.. a
SSOLE west quarter NW all in Se 1111 1 ONSOLE Twelve. Township Three (;) N,.rth of her husband. I'allahan. Fl.,rid:a. t y .
TIENIDE Iange Twenty-five (25) East. ,>ent;inn- Earl IBr\et.. lBr-.eville. 'lorida. tasty.
MEEt L i i Four hundred and fort-, (ni :t, "-.: s Matr-, I. I,,:a.ird -:anld V. irn Il,- 11
mi-re- for I--.:; .irdl. her il-is ii 'el St- lo4ii Str.e I.
Also. North-half (N'.l) and Soulh- Jitks nii ill. Fla..
west quarter of Southeast quarter .Mrs. Jennie Weaver,. lrvet-ville.
R(SVof DEMONSTRATION S of SE4 ). and ast half ld C) f Fa.
MSouthwest quarter (SW Vt) all in See- i ai.allph luBryice. Mr.N. Rutil
tism Thirteen. Townshili Three f ( 3) lroce,., tro,-e\tllh. Flah .
M o North of RItange Twenty-fit.- ("2a) .'reiglitn tlVryce. rou Mrrs. Ruth I
E.ast. contaiing Feour hundroe--i :. ill r I ,. .viIIe. Fla.
M onday,, July 13 e.!F lat Nia.he.-.n1 in Sev- Ir ru ce'. ila.
f, rty (440) aire-s. niore or hl..e ., Otn e I. trce. c,'iN Mrs. {Itu h Hlrv-.
Seven persons out of every ten have some form of foot trouble. It lion Six 1t;. T4wns.'hi Thr,. r ).ANI t-:.'ll, '1 YOrU ar.- here- F. H. HOBIEN, Proprietor
may be weak or broken-down arches. weak ankleg, corns, callouses North oaf Ranme- Twenty-si~ i.t2:.l.-ti. hiy ntifi. 11 ,ti.. >iud'-is .n'd i ..
or bunions or probably a case of tired, aching, painful feet. i ,ntaimunge Frtyv (40) r. mor ir t. rdian,.will f ,ut r l:t a,, tut Center and Third Streets FERNANDINA. FLA.
Regardless of what may be the nature of your suffering, you will Also. the North half and tht- S..-ith- A. I. I,-.. apili>ii I, thei- 4C4i0nlyv
find quick and pqmanent relief, this week, at our Foot Comfort elast quarterr (N,-.I and SI'.i). ael the of Na..;ni C 4 tlli\. iFli'.ria. t;i his t.,' -
Department. Southeast quarter (SI' ,p of Southw'.esL five- ion ilt l ',Curtl l, iit i. In the 'I i of
quarter (SW\V% ). all in Seetion Eliit- Fe-rnan Fot Cmf orti__ to yenn (18). Township Three (:) Neorth of A. M. oll saidl date. f o.r an rd,.r an-
FOOt Comfort Expert to Serve You Range Twenty-six (26) East. co-intain- tionzii thu, ntitiiiel'.sL li,.n..l s u ar ann
ina Five Hundred and twenty t',-*) to, authorized. -,o\.r :itirct i DOES COMMUNITY A NEW DOCTRINE
Frrthe bePeftitOf all foot sufferers. this store has arranged with The acres, more or less; said iir-i it-.l a -i .ii-h t:ui;riidian t,> 1 NI A EW OTRN
Schll Mfg. Co.. for the services of one of Dr. School's most skilled ATso. all of Seetion Twunty-one <(I-). sIell the int-ri.-ts orf ti said Iliiinr ADVERTISING PAY?
emonstrator Whowill be at ur tore to e free foot omort Townhip Three ({) North. Itant- heirs in tie lals sril tlseri d le -
demonstrators, who wiUl be at our store to g -e free foot comfort Twenty-six (26) Fast. l teo acre-s ii tra,,ct marked I:xhil-it "'. i'" iattach- For a number of years news-
denostrations on the above date. Everl oot sulterer should take th- Southeast quarter of said s. edi o Tel the leitt ,l ;arlia t Fr a number of years news-
advantage of this exceptional opportunity,. containing Five hundred and n-nety ,,n filie tn te .it-. o ,. nti There are some well meaning paper editorialwritersandmag-
( 94> | acres, tm ore or le s; J vil ot f a- '<.It "'' ln t+. l'oiril .4i .iil `
Free Pedo-raph Picture Made f Y r Feet st ha'lf (" "! S"- tht ""ulrt 1" tl i .1 citizens. claiming to he business aziine writers have been showing
F of P doofo iure Made of Your eettiolt Twenty-two t22). Townsishl h th r ifi. th'iriel. itie Va. ll .i,- tel
ree ,men, wu4o say S words anig signs of considerable distress be-
In a few seconds' time, without removing the hone, he can make a i)Nerth f itan~ie. Tweinty.--,l d- ,unt, d,, t. r-itI I -, as ,- .dmen, who say hy words and signs of considerable distress be-
hotoraphic printof your foot that positively shows if you do have I;:.%t-. c' ntainint i Thri.' h ,e h. .,l- l a r ndt i tl ain i, siuthp h. : tmi ,, '. cletr lt. deeds that it does not pay to ad- clause of the alleged movement
o r p iwe-tn (4220) ae-r4-s. i,,Irt- ,"r he-ss el Ie a t;lo enri .t. e ,li|l r .i|| e dlrei l .I
oot troublesandtowhatstagethetroublehas pt rc( Thisserv-. Als,. all lands North of I'lummi'or himn as sueh uiiarfian t, lik.I. -x,-- vertise the city and to proclaim from the farm to the large cen-
icei abMolutely free andplaces youundet no obhgation whatever. in Section Twenty -nine (2" nite- anI d.-h er s'i,'hi ,t.'u ., its many advantage to the terms of population.
_'le, w nshii "T hree e 1 N north ., lof u4, i 'iiit '; I nN i| ii lee t ill :1 i4O '-ao:iry
FREE SAMPLES T,,,;,:-t-x ',;, Est. ,,i".,ia l.,o,"i te, ,t ,in,.,i'i --e:4't ,,ilu, ,, world. They maintain that any Most of the persons who have
F R E E SA M P L E S liunh lred acres (1040) Iiore for less:.s. a wit ls in t l it, purei:e utr. and11ilh i l- Iiike'- p oa
Do yo want to now how to top corns hurt instantly? Come Als. te Soeuth half t.i ,A S uth- h is. at thriz,- s;.il guarian te ea funds expended in promoting an discussed at length on this sub-
Do u want to know how to stop corns hurting g instantly? Come w l,.st quarter (SW l an d tilt,. "ot-11111-1-alut :l av~id ,, s, it s -+r,.(.1,ad tet, |y-advertisingaprolralm to acltteaint jeet, severely o dn n t o
in and get a sample of Dr. School's Zino-pads. hey remove the east quarter (SE'4 of Section Steei ife-tuale. arry mi lseI perrn tit advertising program to a of quaint ject, severely condemning those
cause o corns friction and pressure. Thin. antiseptic. healing, t1;). T, wnship Thre :4 ) Nsrth f4 turns r f th said contract a nd ratify the public with the possiliilities who leave the farm. were them-
itange Twenty-six (* ) East, contain- iand a>Iroi, \s th,' sal,. f- th. minors' 1 *, i
BrIng yorw toot troubles to ths store durmg thatsdem- in, Twe, hundred and forty ')- a"cr-s. ..t th. Ina..- si.-. ir. .ls- of this locality coull )e p)ut to selves, no doubt, products of the
O@tralton mdlm r'a. wtrue meaning op footcomfort ,",o,,Al,. tlt -:Northwest quarter (NV,,> etle. l ,tzt i ,,, f tht. t,.t,,,. bet" te in aidil sIm,- local soil, but with them, very natur-
and the Northwest qluartr i \\ i f th -r ..r :r :,i .i ... ., ,,lia I. eed. ally, it was a very personal mat-
Northeast ,liartt-r (NI '5, anti tith- n,-0ee-.s;i-r Il till e r Itee-e th n inter- i i
SouthP ai 1' S of the.- Noertheast tests oN .i i ,l,.Ill i ti .- -a, ELver" successful ) u s ines s ter.
P martin S h oe C o ;u rN: s.r.; l...e heat '"" ,. i.i man knows that advertising Now comes to light a so-called
l9i. Township Three t iort, of oi A-s nrtIIian of I, i:t. t ..I, sfn ,pays big dividends.. He has new problem that is the direct
.~~~_______~__________-Ix_(2"_E__._st,_co__t____________________l!ii TW-'I- (': l:sl.ain- 111g1r e 7h-a. n1e p t i t d
Inn Four hunilred and tI Irt -one (4: I) learned from experience that up- reverse of what most of us have
Ael. o."ao me eston Twentyr <2e)r s. n. 'Tl '1~1 .I6 1 t n' to-date advertising is an essen- been led to believe was a nation-
T.Sshi 't .YTERIAN CH: .H TH : I S F A ,a, iv :. ..n ... trial part of a gr')wing business. al menace.
I'PiESBYTERIAN CHURCIi T'llIWTi'N It"'IES FOIR A l,,iiv--i\ 4i sl., IX Ill I'll: I';>tt-t Il.tlt,1hr,
Sh, Iuirei ad foi ,. > ;i,,.r.. muo re or -re ihtn.. i:',e,,. ,,i i, i : rC',e, It is absolutely necessary in Dr. H. C. Taylor. chief of the

Si)t1i and Alachua streets OO) ('ITY. iso. an o, s..con l iien (. M e oT r. order to meet competition. Hie bureau of agricultural econo-
Sv T, Avcr p street, T.w-inship Thri. :,) .,rth of Rang,, To, W. .1 ia. .,,tl .,1i. iyials,. has realized that in order to mics, United States department
1,' v.\V. T. Overstreet, pastor. Twvnt 12.-1E s 4ontainini Six i xme..Fra .
-air services oi Sundays 1- A pi! itv should he .id :tuc a I ,) a, cres. ter, rs. A,1ia ;- ',al,. s,,..,. trade he must have customers of agriculture, very boldly an-
SII ;i m. and 7:45 p. inm. :;l-'e.iy ihtlxe.tC!l |:e t\'ei h l-v a(1- '"r less. Str' d c..s.ctiss slsitie. F.eie,, and that to get customers he ounces in a recent statement
m and 7: 5 .T .I'.\0"ei- m l'r.. w aijd Seeti l s Six- M rs. .orlsa !!4'k *,-o., lth,'kai-
"-.11,hv sa. m. \;' l it"f;I'.S. tei llllal SC110hool. 9 5. a. m t o. rtii ailroi ad r ilt-io -\\w;a .I 1 i:. rr ;h,,i .\ l, I"r,,>' |% -l -
I'raver meeting \Vednesdayv 2. I 1hll I' ie small enough as tdescrilt-.e in that -ertain I..i o f wie.. IIe. m I.. h.. If it is good for a business rment to the nation.
night. to retain li communityil spirit. r : c ing late I,'ir 1. 1. l e. ,;,, v- establishment to maintain a Dr. Taylor declares that ev-
% i 15.24. from C'. J. JPaiis -it als. tee ad hrih I i,,is,,n, his l ',l .:.-,., :ih t,, .first 'ass advertising s
A kind invitation is given to I.I It mne with us to any of these shols, r-he an homes. r a at pag and in th f- .n ... why will it not pay a city to con- satisfactory standard of living
s ites. t s s a a s fie e cf the Clerk of the tt'iruit C'urt I.:.s*ea;or :'Exell and1 II. 1. 1.:z.E ll,i er duct an advertising program? and withdraw from agriculture
Str s. .. [ I Sho l have sl(h a va- n and lfor Nassau county, Fliorida, sas il IIsh.1,:alnd. I'.all lhalait. Fl,,rni I.
v *-. t ,,f ..: .,1 :.ichte.-.t n i' .l .,,. : r,,, h .e :i .i I I nI,.I n. i If it is necessary to th 'rrlWtib whien he is not able to maintain
hit I V (to ilhtlil. ne li 1hal lt. e c s- ,C.,le. itt, ,r Is ,;., li) acr,,s. ,l,,,'t. ,,," ,--,rti el 1:,-., ,le. '-,,eli. tg t n a d
1 h' t lt clos- ., ,. ar s. more *I:r ,,',,. -;,:,, ,.'1,,-,,,. and prosperity of the one, why.'this living standard.
TIHE ANSWER ini it on e would cause no ser- si land belonging, tio ue estate oftr .,,ry n.,w,,. i andi v. n' How- is it not to the other? Surelv His reasons for this rather
i ii, il ell!..I~i,> ,I Howardt Hall Davis. Sr.. de-eased, tIo *ard. h,.r hI -.i-i-,l. :'2e Ste.. teln Street,
le e l. ci... e or the i.ests interest of s;uuil .l;e..soM ie. rie,... the same principle holds good in unusual stand are economic. He
l'c'-'simist" "\Vhat i Ill(h- ,5 I. hinihlll b:tv-a :t able liner. IhewireI Ih, ii liavis. .lr. Mrs.. ,e Iit 1',e, e-. ltru,'e-, le-- both iunstance.'+t. The following a suies thatt if a suffici nl
snist: hat in h stale ilh itae. The follow this 2th in assumes tht if sufficiJu.
.cwili-t (' A;see to laughtat"`e .uisrlt cswithethei.ess rsti.xt. illustrations. quot ed from a r-t- number of fate are gu
O ptin Y ou."ll4,i i a neeittlih o, .i o*,,..,- ..., ,. ..;,,,,,.f,,,answerstilt' questiO,:" depleted of tillers, the prices of
ur .. "-- should heia healthytY -0 11rv. s'rH hau:,,i. t,,,-,. 'eThe eX)eriecnce ,f Miami farm products will rise to such a
o LOoI le lenI' I. 1. I,. ,ah- during the season just closed point, due to the reduced supply
In re Estate of -ane, ne, ,. ee .ez.. ,i- affirmatively answers the ques- which would increase the de-
Mary A. l-uetgnet., l i,.,I, lahe i. li d 'nriah.
T ail Creditors, Lteg atees. Distribu- .,.,anettv. t. .. c.[. L ,e-z.l. i(';I- tion as to whether it pays cities mand, that it will be possible to
,le.rands against s.anid Estate: Ytlu .\Nil :.cll ,F, vt' are heret-- to advertise. An investment of maintain the desired standard of
Yom.. a .nd eae. or- .t e ,.. r tn h r. y ,O, .rt,.e lie- t.le l ,,,ce ,.-s.-c.l, m ieas $144,120 in advertising brought living conditions.
nhit iieid and required0s olhi yeet. ,n ,r. 'e dI I t. ::t- e ,vl ,f Auaust. A. il returns of more than ,$40.000,- The program sounds very
.it-l lie f'yonl. iray ,ha ., against the. 1 a 1m11\ I te te ,. ie',iI, t% ,of
estate of Mary A. kignet. deceased. N:essal Clunit. FIlo,ril:.. ;,it hiis office 000 to the attractive East Coast good, but like most laboratory
lato. of Nassau county, Florida. t, th lI the ui t C ,u in tiie ity of F-'r- resort. theories is impractical of appli-
within twe years froi the d tate hercf. ,,cli. saih aht, tefr li eeni. --t-riz- Mr. E. C. Sewell, president of cation because there is no way
IhVleil ay 22n. .eO l. r tileT.C. lh,,riz,.. se,,,e r l l: ,Ir.. 1th Miami's Chamber of Commerte, to regulate the movement. This
D- La O nd 2ET. eiteerize. iteh hl d e1 bre e tli tdl
HAROLD V. BEUGNET. said unde-rsig-ned as sltch guarn1,an t, in a recent statement declared process has already been at
of Mary A. seugnet. deceased 7-24 he- in hr .. h-t ,lt-s-rile,! tn ihc- that the season's visitors spent work, causing many farmers to
,N TUE COUN.eT JG(tT t. h,-deIce th,, li-2eli lr ethth et urdan$, at-,,,, $50,000,000 and that an addi- forsake the land for the city be-
IN AND JODG NAE.AA t eT t, t fith" iii tlht ,efficel the- h ',unly tional $50,000,00 was invested cause of inadequate returns.
the- cotiurt l0etle, In ihe It ,cf Ferian- in M iam i real estate during the W hen farm ing as an occupa-
Iti t" le a ttrr eel the Estate ini. Fldrida. d will ask the ai od ion become = more reminu ei-
Nithecc js t -rn..c givei, thats ltaura uar u r ntr .t >giiit- ee. ee ,tra, t. "The amount expected )b- ti\ve, more men will remain on
eelth .e tle I vtnl u len as su-thri ,,ie tee ,,,., k, ,.e-,,tt. Miami in advertising its charms the farm, because farmers are
,dt th,. estat,. tturI H. rcloneI.V ,a i-e -s ee lee' i r It, ie s -lee and attractions was, as stated. on the same track all of us are
.,,it \i i tli I tc hlerniel,+ aCtunty Ye.+t tie title' e,, -:,,,l tie.,,eees t,, saiel $144,120, so there can he little h the thing the constitution
e.t tie, sa m,-tieti, ask for the ah ulirdval wit :llutarzt" seiil .ucr tet te e question as to whether the tity gtuaranttees for every American
ee'tf ,e sticl ceurt fs r mud di,- r gand f..t t I ti i -l r ste' ri i-ess 'f,, 1 fullY found its investment in i)l'int4 r". 1 citizenen. Life, liberty and the
dtit Ii n ti t o discharge ,fc ut. t:i rr e'iat't nil rfenat ink worth while." pursuit of happiness.

Ae|,, ,,IrtA:,, ALn .e( the etate ,f J e.0e,,tr,'. a tie ,,e e e ,i fu-rtherr IJUNEXPECTED Another way to get rid of
-..m, ni. ,l!., e e-15 to -1 ,,.l, :, te I ,h ', Icreet- the- h, ne fts- ,oiy troubles is to try carrying
t, 41III' n). eFv Tn ,or-, T .t te <: e te"utilereny 'Iler|- s.aid las. Father: "Great heavens. sun, the lther fellow's burdens.

OF F.o.l.A. ers. Son: "Yes, father, I fell in a
1!, 1'. I state *.f 1 T Cl 101141IT co TPt w. rTI u pdl.
G;I'STAV sTr.IK. I e,.t e -,u,-d .uII ddle", 1111i IT, 11 1A F.'R II mu du len
To all Crediteres. Ia-i.: Itces. It:,(nrihu- AIIN4 Tl, 4( 11. 4 t11 A.-1 tFather: "What! And with
fees and .ll1I'erso.-oo having Clirun" egallfURS. gypypgga g?
t-.-cs alii all I i, h i t,.1;i y ,'ii ll4- .|1 EttI -V sour new pants on, too?''
0,r liman d. e a- h 4 Y'.1. a e-.t:Iter -I"
',tio. and each e- ,f .cu. art t eh0er l,.e .g:ilh.,r,-. Son: "Yes, father. I didn't ,,. prce.e1ptlo for
neetcfje,| .I ]tne ~l n lirt'li tee hires' lit .tft' Ceetjtieut'teihtlil. ,
..pi,,. ,, ,,.,,. % ,,it.h fo o...ur ,.% J' ': "" have time to take them of. Malaria, Chills and Fever,
either 0-- f N u. luma lait- a i.tnl'l"t thille 4;...r Il encr..M a ri
t-stat1ce ef I ;esta Stark dete-e stel. late- leefemjlilisT
eefsat ....f ee,;statI lStark. ee ltheI,- IDengue or Bilious Fever.
,f ,Nass. ,-,,oty:. Flr,,!:-. to the u, ..- Spend your money at home. i ln. ie r.r*.
ehersignec IC-xecutor ,f Statt \Ns eTilt'l" Te N iN-1'I:.I -eNT
ith 1i i t w i ,eCars from t0 date hitrit- -
liated J1 Jut3ne 2-:th. A. It 1925. T -' ;er ge e It -re,. \ a ,.r--. e,.,r-
Exec-,utr ,ef Last Will and Tc-tanilt-n t ,u are, h rie .y r- u:rntel t,, I appearr
,f e;ustav Stark. Deceased e.-it; too 7-21 oul thet :;rd ,d .L-1 .Au A u t \ 1h, 427. to
t- 1 ,i 1 ill eeof cIttie e re-ilt
1% ('4 1HT OF TIlHE COt 1TI J1 7o .ge -tes llon1 I.1% e e re. in the-
1 %%A% A l (t N 1 T ATE t' ` it eCourt. I;an d 1 `1 f1r N ia's.lIu c-Utl-
,NNas ai I,-oaassau County People!
(IIF I't(IRtII) tY. t Fer':erlndina| F'lIc-u:,ehc
it re Estate f p r ef :c nerfl e t4lhtn, eplielish-I
W ILLIAAM JO NStloN. 1 ,e,,! ,I Natsu ', t Fltl ,. hei -rier.-
To all Credit,,rs. Le-gatet.s. 1'-I teute s 'e' eiiC uua 411 -l a-.0 ut;.; u 1a l-e1 -nlr i l 111 I
and a Mi persons having C'l ,ai., or le- thlx:- ,,r-le-r shall 4.e ui lthe c fur I-,,iur
ail"ds Against said Estatate 44 i ie eue
You. a:nd each tf yu. are ltere--YM o In ss l, hailt a. Clerk"vf% EJt t h
nttufiedl and required to )pres..nlt al. t'elurt. i.ndI the -ctal to sal (et 'ourt., atE
clajns and demands whib i .*eu .cr the ceit 11.uct-5~of Nassau c'Ults Iti
eit-her of you. umay have aga-iikst th" tle ,'it 'tFt-rnandina. eFlrie, this
estate of William Johnson. d-ceased. 1st ela) eof J ul.'. A 0 1 s25
late of Nassau county. Fhrla, r t ,o tie- ,(St. at C I lt;I "S.
undersigned Executor of said estate t'-irk Cirutt C,,urt. Nassalu c,,-unt.
within two years from the date her-,, 4 ta.' .f l-ir a -," to, .-;II
Leated June 29th. A. D. .f.N,..
Executor (of the Last W0!l aidl T.- --.4AsAt CO( NTI1 STATE Cere
tallint-it of William Johnson. d'. ea.- I OF I-'.ORIDIA. rL
,,, to- and
TRANSPORTATION BID% InucY. -tr rag. diC eeaseedS tr e
_____ ~.tu nen-Versaggi lt'ed5 Bet. Front and
IT-, al 1 Credit-,rs. [ gates.
The IBoard of lPublic Instru. tkon t1 .. and all,,crs hatvn ,'lam Cr e
and for Nassau county invit'te 1,- le ,r LemiAnds a0i Secont ald d Stretate
fer transportat on of such-p-, ; uiels f. r a.. tnd t-ae ee' t ) ,u. are- h-reby
....tiigseie~ ~tS -I55 'h UptiD t
Ihe cominK j schtootl eat. ,-_ e and require t.,o I resent an.l
.me-I a Island-fromtes: n-'.;a it E
ac-tae aiIe A te Everything New and Up-to-Date
.%n-,.,-a lsland--from .Amelia C tso f,.,u ar:m-h,%(-- --,t t
.tlt' .r ,, I h t d ( gg t th
nd the c,,unty drabridge- to Fernan- ,,tat, "ft -al-at,,r Verg. deeatd
ht." I att N st au ,-unt. Flt,rida. top the
Callahan---frm Ratliff and Bogg o ti under-SeneeU l-x'utrix -of s ant athe
wamp school districts to Callahan. Ith n t.. %tars from the date hereCf.
Yulee-from L. L Owens' home and lbatIe, July 3rd. A. 1) J2-.- WE STRIVE TO PLE
'ild' Landing and Grogi to Yulee; VINCIE-'NTINA vER .~GI.
om Ilummer's Swam to Yulee. Exe, .trx ILast Ill nd Testamw.ft
tkiii-A ~ ~A. .. r-tfi-too ht ... e~ e ceased. -S --L Vmoo'f,- 2 IM floa

Friday, July 10. 1925

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Fge four _____ _


CRIcKYT PREWrV. t.HOra"PaWb'r.
Entered at the postoffice at Fernandina.
Florida. as second-class mall matter. ai

Local and Long Distance a
Phone, 40 c
One Year $1.60 t
six Montba .75
Single Copy .05
There are a lot of things s
worse than a rainy day. t
No community is bigger than
its leading citizen.

Some men get farm relief by 1
moving to town. I

It doesn't require a very sharp
spade to dig up trouble.

Queer that it always rains on
ice cream social night.

The wages of sin is a good
haul, the bank robber believes.

Men never pay taxes on what
they are reputed to be worth.

Nothing looks quite so much
out of place as a hitching post.

The rolling pin has never been
admitted to the federated clubs.

When anything belongs to
everybody, nobody takes care of

Some live wires think they
have to be shocking to keep
their reputation.

A.bandstand without a band
is like a flat tire-worthless un-
less filled with air.
nn-- k. K- A f] t 1


Italy will seek better debt set-
ement terms with the United
states than were granted En-
A ten year moratorium before
he would be required to pay
anything is said to be among her
Where the British obtained
interest rates of three percent
or the first ten years and three
nd a half percent for the suc-
eeding 52 years of deferred
payments, Italy believes her fi-
ancial conditions warrant some-
hing better.
While, from the Italian view-
point she cannot be criticized for
Obtaining every advantage pos-
sible, it is not conceivable that
he United States will show any
favoritism. Such a course man
festly would be folly.
Italy, however, deserves
some credit for recognizing hei
debt and showing a willingness
to pay, which is more than i
number of European nations
have done.


The merchant who uses news
paper advertising to tell hi
customers what he has that wil
be useful to them knows wheth
er or not it pays.
The fact that the volume o
newspaper advertising is in
creasing, that the large newspa
per advertisers of today wer
the small advertisers of yester
day, is evidence that it pays, an
pays well.
It pays because it carries t
the people of the merchant
trade area a message wort
while-a story of what he ha
purchased from the wholesa
markets to supply their every
day needs.
It pays to read advertisement
in the same measure that
pays the merchants to adve
tise. Advertising removes th
element of chance.
The buyer knows when a me
chant advertises that he is read
to back up everything he says
otherwise he could not stay

lne hien uoesnt i t a v a e a
grudge against the poultryman Nassau leads all Florida cou
she is laying for. ties in the production of swe
potatoes. The highest price
Parents fix the first date on paid for Nassau county potato
n anmhcattone: you fi* the last because of their quality.

One penalty of becoming "cul- AANY INQUIRIES
tured" is that you have to give -FROM C. OF C. Al
up common sense.
Excerpts from some of t1
Give the Chinese enough time, typical inquiries received du
and they will have a civilized ing the last several days by t]
up-to-date war yet. Chamber of Commerce are i
produced this 'week for the i
It doesn't pay to quarrel with formation the public general
the telephone girl because you'll wan* cahieke. VFarm.
be outnumbered. "I have a Jacksonville Su
day Times-Union and note th
If life were like it is pictured you are advertising your to,
in some of the movies, it in it. We came South fro
wouldn't be worth living. Pennsylvania (now in Birmin
ham) in the Fall, but find it t
Home is a place where we rest hot here now. We think of ge
up while on our way from one ting a few acres for raisin
place to another. poultry somewhere. How mu
an acre is land there, and wh
A judge sentenced a speeder kind of markets have you? V
to read the newspaper for six are experienced in the business
months. Serves him right. having had several thousand
north."-Jas. Lomond.
Pop and pep are not syno- interete sn. choo.l.
mous terms in the eyes of the "Your courtesy will be vei
younger generation. much appreciated if you w
kindly send me general info
Knowledge that isn't mixed nation relative to your publ
with a liberal portion of common schools in Fernandina. I a
sense is of little value. contemplating taking up res
dence in Florida and from wh.
The people of Swampscott, I have learned the though
Mass., must know how it is to comes to me that possibly Fe
"keep cool with Coolidge." nandina is not in the han
of the real estate specul
Time never @des fast until you tors to the extent tha
buy something on the monthly some other Florida cities hav
payment plan. fallen heir; and that your cit
presents an attractive home lii
One thing that makes it diffi- and good living conditions on
cult to find ideal workmen is more conservative basis. A
the scarcity of4deal employers, any rate any information yc
desire to supply that will apple
A Seatructive instinct doesn't to a prospective home owne
handicap a boy entirely; he will especially your school system
make a good baggage handler. will will be very much apprec
ated."-Harry A. Holmes, Eri
The speed maniac ought to be Pa.

*outlawed because he seems to
think he is outside the law.

One of the world's greatest
mysteries is why the man who
knows the most usually says the

After three years the Teapot
Dome case is settled. And still
we hear criticism about the
law's delay with such examples
as this of its speed.

Groceries are edibles bought
on credit and paid for payday if
there is enough left after nayinf

Fernadl na Point of itermt.
"We are doing considerab]
building and land development
work in the State of New Jerse
through our large organization
and are seriously contemplating
commencing our building an
development operations in thi
State of Florida. Your localit
is among those that came under
our observation as desirable fo
our purposes. Will you kind
forward us by return mail com
plete data, information an
literature describing the attract
tions and advantages of you
community together with vnn


-...9 a,;- clerk nd the
ht provements planned for the sa ofui. he-het ",l,, rtatFrn andina
r- near future, and giving any .lio. a a us .Ith day do
ds other facts relative to Fernan- Clerk th,... -'irsit 'm,,rt. Nassau
a- dina." county. Flor "rt assau
at dTh HINTON J HAKl.:R.
at The Florida Earth, published FRANK E' Ji:xN ;sN. 7. e
ve at Orlando, which carried a Solicitorf,,r "'11nant'-Ito.,,.4
ty three-column story for the Fer- Get your name on the roster
fe nandina Chamber of Commerce of the Chamber of Commerce
a two weeks ago, wants, another ber of Comerce.
kt story.
)u The next chapter of "Florida
al Historic Landmarks" appearing FIRST METHODIST
r, serially in The Hollywood Maga- CHURCH
n, zine, official publication of the Cto R ead Si CH
i- Florida Society of -America, will r s .
e, be devoted to Historical Fernan-
dina, according to a letter to the Sulday School. 9:45 a. m.
Chamber of Commerce from the A. Partin, Supt.
le editor.
nt The big daily newspapers are Church Services
y offering to carry special stories 11 m. and 8:00 p. M.
in with illustrations about the his- 8:00 p
g torical spots of Fernandina and Morning Subject
Id Amelia Island in their magazine morning Subject:
ie supplements and rotravure sec- 'lw To Be Protected."
y tons. Evening
r Considering the matter from T Services at the
ir its various angles the Chamber Cou ServiceHouse.
y of Commerce publicity program
i- is being carried out with great r Te n ,e wi i--ap3 .
d success, and as was predicted T** mu--- ..h.,l.,
c- by The Leader some three v.'."W' s e,,l .*
r months ago it does look as ----
r thlnnhk 7'aFar. ; ..i..., .- -n-m,,-.._

Friday, July 10, 1925


T. J. Herring, Minister.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. J.
D. Ogilvie, superintendent.
Morning worship and sermon
by the pastor at eleven o'clock.
At the evening hour, eight
o'clock, there will be held a un-
ion service at the Presbyterian
church, the Methodists and
Baptists joining in this service.
As there will be no service at
the Baptist church for the ev-


33 forty foot, 22 thirty-five
foot, 11 thirty foot green cab-
bage Palmetto piling, 2310 feet
for $267.60. Piling at foot of
Beech street, all clear of debt.
Ask for Mr. Willis.

To the left of them and the
right of them, came the charge
of the speed demons--and how's
a fellow going to cross the street
in safety?

real estate investment line?"- JIDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
Henry B. Burns & Co., E. B. ADnFOR NAMAVU COUNTr. IN
Burns, President, Philadelphia. nA. wom .
Wishen to Settle Here. AND) J. J. MILLER.
"One of our -members has Complainants,
asked us to obtain literature and HEIRS oF JOHN T. .11INTOSH, et al.,
statistical information about l' (*endants.
your city and section, one inter- aIr-D OF SERVICE BY PT'nLICA-
ested with purpose of settling Ti-On or -
,,m n:..vpr T.> all iarties claiming interests un-
permanently. Fal River, ier john Ba ltahl, deceased or otter-
Cham- ber of Commee'. wise: all parties claiming interests un-
Chamber of Commerce. der Alexander Bachlott. deceased or
Frem a a Muffeturer. otl'ierwise; all parties clain Ing inter-
,. ..t e- lde JohnT %'t M lnitilih. ie ta,-ed
"A client of ours is iiinresti or otl.ervti.,e: ali |, eluit.i tagn-
in obtaining a location for light terests under George Dewson. de-
Sobtaining a location ce,.se or tnerwis.e; Ienrv p. ;Gr.h-
manufacturingi" purposes as well an If living. and. if dead. all patties
manufa.tuin.g..... rposesa -cl-nmling interests under Henry F.
as a residence in Northern Flori-t hain. deetased or otherwise; Mary
da. Would you be good enough s j w-son. widow of George Dewsion.
da. Would you be goo en u ivin. nd. if dos., all parties claim-
to furnish information and liter- in interests under Mary S. Dewson.
th *-'la deceasedd or otherwise; George D.
nature that will start the Dall a- if.on living. and. if dead. all par-
rolling? We would like to know tie- claiming interests under George
r rolln; We WUU M luu."-. I D Pewson, deceased or otherwise: Al-
the population by 1910 and 1920 fr,,l A. Dewson. if living. and. if dead.
p well es 15 eim tal parties claiming interests under Al-
census as ell as 1925 estimaes, A. ewson. deceased or other-
Sand the assessed valuation of %%- .Certrude R. MacDonell. if liv-
and e assessedur als .o ,, ing. and. if dead. all parties claiming
property during these period. iintr.sts. under l;ertrude it MacDonell.
l. dtecvased or otherwise; Kate M. Sausay.
-Bachman Advertising Corn- iin, and. therwif dead. all parties
any Pittslurgh clainiing interests under Kate M.
s pany, isurg. Saussy. deceased fr otherwise.
Reed Timens-I loIn a Betono. .And to, all heirs. devi.sees. grantees
r ,interest o r claniants of or under the
"We note with interest your ,,,...- named persons.
s section in the Times-Union of .\,,l to all persons whose names are
uliki... ,n having or claiming to have
B Jacksonville under date of June ,l,' right. title, claim or interest in
21st, and would be pleased to:,; i the following described lands
21st, and would be pleased to in Nassau county. Florida. towit:
hear from you relative to the ','hIla Iprtion of a certain tract, piece of land. situate, lying and
proposition you have at hand." h z n Amelia Island, in the Coun-
--Vincent J. Frei ,11 Botonc ty ., :,.sau and State of Florida. aa
-Vincent J. Ferrell, Boston, knwit and designated on the offi-
Mass. , il:its or surveys of said county.
Mass.1 t .Iohn nachlott Grant. or Sec-
iwwmn Tiger Inland AcTreage. ti,, i'. urtetrn (14). Township Three
"A client of mine is the owner h lies north of thn road
II of about 3,184 acres of land di- ni,,wn as the Ileach Road. said road
and beiuag a prolongati,,n of Centre Street
rectly- opposite Fernandina and fr.m thi. limits of the City of Fernan-
fronting on Amelia River which d,, t., ,ti eAtlantic tBeach, except
f houvcxer..suCh part thereof as is de-
he is anxious to sell and is ask- s.rild and designated as follows:
ing the very low price of $15 uI', ,, ti .r..eripr of s. e ntio to aud
per acre. About 137 acres of 11 an Tr,,ownhip 3 .~'orth. Range 29 East;
nper acre. About 7 acres a ...i,,i Fourteen 14) and Eight-
this property in on the Tiger ..- ,li ii Townszhip Three (3) North.
r'.*{," ",, h East. previously established
r- Island."-Everett M. Seixas, ",,,",l.*st.* This .i,,lt ,ard by
Neiw York. ,.,. o. ,,t .it fl idi s thl N. E. X ol
N w o ..ll.t j (f ll nI,. ansd the N. E..X of
Wihe ('am Supply This Information. Section levl.n (11), Townshlip Th-
0^ '.; \' 0o "Is there any information .f ith. itra..rse point in the weool
sh you can give me concerning the I,\,un dary f4 the Jolu ttaehlott Grait
SVhrnce li,:ir>. cedar tree S. 774 -:X
cost of five or ten acres of land t.6 1 andli a, ,N.20.o V.6.7; Thenf
le in your locality? Also in or *It,. rmtt ;,:tS 70 o; s 7 we,
near Fernandina?"-J. D. Rid- -.'' tao the no, rth side of the
na-i use-% I', tie main light to th.
Y die, Indianapolis. I,,.Vl,. whic.l s 0 .72 Nort, i 2 dereei
St Her:e.' minutes 1% I. from the SVW. X of A
Expete to Imve. Here. t..\ l.aonl)ns feie. and whence dlt
ts "Will you be kind enough to i,,:it hous-i,.:.!-< S aldegrees 35 min
iIIt E.; then--. odn Soith boundary ol
it send us full information regard- A (a. .. *n s wtty (Lit )acr
r- ing business and farming and t,.t.t along pat, te bi-at,..n N. 2 to e
he g;gr 5.. n5 iiilUt- \'.est. 7.Isttop aeceda
he climatic conditions in your lo- stake; thenep on th. e:a st boundary o
'"iaal trait N. it degrees W. (4.00 to '
cality? Would appreciate an ',r s.,tiiuns Nine (0) aiid Twelve (12
r- early reply as we expect to make 5 X ran,d, 17.77 to the N. I1. Xo
Searly reply as we expect to make idtrat t a cedar post with liv
Sa substantial investment in your ,ak witness markt-d X; thenceo
s territory."-Interstate Invest- r r. 3' minu. west 2.a30 X roa
in meant Co., Jersey City. 4.o leave hammock, enter Marsh
i'lark':, 4r iltigan's) ('reek 5.00 t
core..dar post as the N. Wn of this sul
The above do not of course .v. thenie along west boundary S. 5
represent all the inquiries noted d-Sre \s.o 0t a point, and /liS d2
t and are reproduced merely to ning. (variation 2 degrees 33' E
eh which said portion or sub-divisionf
is show the class of people who se ;lS .,n rounrten (). r Townshi
es are seeking information about Three 3 .orth f Range Twentd
abute t l', i ast. as above describe
this locality. -.altafn-, tw-nty (20) acres, more i
A letter from A. D. Robert- i'." Tlrant herby inten ded to
0on. Development Agents of the c-veyed., contain nby eatimaretin ,
Seaboard Air line Railway com- or le"'s d A.hty wrs < I o mu
)S pany, offers co-operation in the herC. E. 1TInd J. J. MGil
campaign now under way for complainants. have by their sworn BH
he the development of Fernandina 'f complaintt now on file in this Cour
ir a- alleged that they believed that the.
-" There were several inquiries1are persons interested in the proper
ie fhi lerein above described whose nam
he from persons in search of emT- are unknown t, them and having fu
Fe- ployment in Fernandina. other named in said Bill of complaint.,
def-ndants. persons known to them o
in- Al Harris, Director of Pub.- a"me, which said persons they do n
: licity for the Jackonville B knw to be living or dead. and whi<
.: lieity for the Jacksonville Be- .said persoUs are believed by them.
livers, wants some pictures of living. to he interested in the prope
n- ark ty above described and if dead to ha%
park scenes, road scenes with been interested therein; and having
alWith good backounds further made defendants to said hL
6"at withIgIodHbuns beach the. heirs, devises, grantees and oth
wn panoramas, water scenes, and cl,"aiints under such named person
m similar pictures of Fernandina t aid the heirs. devisees greante
for a 5000 m z and other claimants under said namt
>g- for a 5,000 magazine article. u,,rsu,,,. kni, I .ty co.,iplainanta to
oo Frank Porter Stockbridge, de-;: and having dlen,:,nded from t1
et- noted writer and associate edi- ,,uat:. vl"h.-,d. .e ,,,a.iaioag ,f an o,
ng tor of the Review of Reviews, ,.r saiIr no so ,rins to appeaHu
ch offers the Chamber of Corn- l'y as prvided I s.w and said co
at merce considerable free space a:nst each and all .f such Prson
e in a book which he is compiling IT is TliRFi,."u aID.ED tha
s, entitled "Florida in the Mak- ,:,.'. nd every T If tI,. tl.f'nda nt.t above
nd ing." He promises to visit Fer- ,n ec hereby re
nandina in the early fall .lred to ap t c,>pr ,i the aIll of orn
W. C. Woodall, Editor of the thi Curt. n ,. l of oe
ry Industrial Index, published at ,ng .,n,, ,, ,..,,h ,ly aif
ill Columbus, Ga., asks for a news m.nth. hier.e..n,, pro ',
r- article for the city-progress. it is further ',n.r that "his notice
ii department of the Anniversary suli i --T
m Number of that publication, a..,u t-.ut,,t al:,. .in. a
t- "telling of developments at Fer- weikr ,h.. l.!. l,.:,, Septerrber
at nandina, referring to any im- Witness ,,, i,..,. .,..

Taxes .. .. $ 2.4''. 57
Licenses .0 7 ,'
Fines. olive Court 1l1i li
Dog Tax IS7.,ie
Street Tax ... V ol
Interest on Saing lil
Tax IlRedemption-, .'-'2
Public Utilitie's l. llai ia
County Raid and lri..a*. l'unid lila
Oil Tax .lia
Rent. City 'rqen-rtyv li
t'nanticipated II lila
Total Rile 'ellat. I 4"'; I
Salaries of r.< -.1t oiii
P'olic I Dept it illi
Fire Dept 173.1.
Street Dept. *..u4.
Sanitary )ept. :'; "'2
Pullca< Buildings. Insur v tarauce t
Pl'u li.i Ituildin .es. 'itn rs .. i
Peacth 1'r4perty nui ..o
('emetery, Liltrary anil (' lan. lIai -.- iall
Charit) ela
Lights and Water iil*ti
Printing amd Advertisiani -' ,.
Publicity ... 1'"
ontngent .
Street l'aviigO .. "t,
Arresting Otfia'er. Lii>ioFr Fmi q. 5i toil
Interest and Sirskiig F-und I.ats 7e

On Hanw
Add Jun

1 .1 aaaa ~t. I~''2 .52 : :

F ii n (I
flainnee'a'':qllin vaHI:tIid

Cash on Hand, l.ent-ral iandl l;,.-, r\,-,l
On Hand Junc .1-t. l.*. ..f.'.
Add JiIun Re.-ceipts 1 i 70
Balance in Han id
t .^ ., .o ,



I 734.8?~




3iI 00-0041
40 I.(
ts.;o lOtt

21.50 Olot

64,00 11e
4.360.00 ai


$1 2.462.1 r;

$ ; .2 04, '. a4a

LS .~f~2 R !9

Balance on ilaud June :atli. 1 *'.-' ....... .
Funding and Iniprotivemi i lt.h< A. t 5. A
Total ('ash i1i1 Hand Jillu.. 3 th. :*2.-' 5,34



N2-- lcl.Ip

ening nour. al members are
urged to attend the morning Phosphate shipments from
worship. Friends are invited, the Port of Fernandina in 1924
approximated 175,000 tons val-
Young men should embrace ued at more than $2,000,000.
their opportunities in the day-
time only, unless they think Willie Lohman, of Detroit,
they are fitted for double here on a visit to his parents,
ness. IMr. and Mrs. W. J. Lohman.


I N -*

'Friday, July 10, 1925


____ -- -- ----7 --------- a a .vw

IS $2,000.000 A YEAR WORTH

That 21,000,000 letters went
to the dead letter office last
year because there was no re-
turn address shown by the
sender ?
That 803,000 parcels did like-
That 100,000 letters go into
the mail yearly in perfectly
link envelopes?
That $55,000 in cash is re-
moved annually from misdirect-
ed envelopes?
That $12.000 in postage
stamps is found in similar fash-
ion ?
That $:3.000,000 in checks,
drafts and money orders never
reach intended owners?
That Uncle Sam collects $92,-
000 a year in postage of return
mail from the Dead Letter of-
That it costs Uncle Sam $1,-
7.10.000 yearly to look up ad-
dresses on misdirected mail?
That 200,000,000 in letters are
given this service and it costs
in one city alone $500 daily ?
That this vast sum could be
saved and the Dead Letter abol-
ished if each piece of mail car-
ried a return address, and if
each parcel were wrapped in
stout paper and tied with
strong clrd.
Put Your Name in the Upper
Left IHandi Corner of Your En-
vel ope.


$10,000,000 Company Wants
You To Sell 150 daily home nec-
essities in Fernandina. Profits
$35-$50 weekly. Experience un-
neccessary. For particulars,
Write The J. R. Watkins Comp-
any, 62-70 West Iowa St.. Mem-'
phis, Tenn. It

Pull for Fernandilia or pull

Oqfter every weal0
Awulm b gw
GJive them Wrialeys..
ft scmms food partilms

It F m sd beseftcWa!

Send Your Dyeing
and Cleaning To

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We prepay parcel postage
on returning. Florida's largest
and finest equipped french
dry cleaning and steam
dyeing plant.
00"t- i

Send Your Steam Dyeing, Clean-
ing and Pressing to
N. 3rd St., Bet. ( enter and
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Satisfaction Guaranteed
Phone 158

x> ---- 0


Misses Viola and Gladys Yen-
awine, of Jacksonville, are the
guests of Miss Grace Nagel.
Several parties have been ar-
ranged for these young ladies
while they are visiting in Fer-

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sahlman,
with a party of the younger set,
enjoyed a boat ride to Jekyl Is-
land on Monday afternoon. Lat-
er in the evening a turtle egg
hunt along the beach of Jekyl
Island was also enjoyed.
Mr. L. J. Bateman arrived
Monday from Atlanta, Ga. to
take the place of Miss Grace
Kirkland as local manager of
the Postal Telegraph Company.
Miss Kirkland has been trans-
ferred to the Hastings office.
---o -
Miss Florida Scott has return-
ed from two weeks spent in St.
Augustine with relatives. She
was accompanied home by Miss
(;ertrude Diiffy-, of Jacksonville,
who will spend several weeks as
her guest at Amelia.
-0 ----
It. V. Nolan. superintendent
of the city plants, has made a
machine which scores the cakes
of ice as they are placed on the
trucks and wagons at the plant
for retail delivery, this plan in-
suring every body who buys ice
thle same size piece.
-0- -
The Young Woman's Mission-
ary Society of the First Metho-
dist Church will resume its regu-
lar meet ings next Monday. after
suspending f"r the summer. The
ladies deem it advisable to hold
regular meetings again owing to
so many important mattersxom-
ing tip fri-m time to time.
John (. McNellis, of Pennsyl-
vania. who is now connected
with the Florida Times-Union,
is spending several days in Fer-
nandina looking after the inter-
est of that publication. Mr.
McNellis has been engaged in
the newspaper business since a
very young boy.

Eddie ('. ( bnirnled as a result of a gasoline
explosion in one of Fodale Bros.
shrimp boats late yesterday af-
ternion. Cook. it seems, went
into the cabin of the boat to
i light a cigarette when the gaso-
Sline seepiligs about the engine
caught tire, thile flames envelop-
ing the young man's body, leav-
'ing him severely burned about
*the face, hands, arms and back.
Mr. and Mrs. Claire Holden, of
Ocala. spent the week-end as
the guests of Mrs. P. C. Kelly.
Miss Holden is pleasantly re-
membered a.< .Miss Wallace and
has visited in Fernandina many
l imNes.


The following essay on "Am-
ericanism" is published by re-
quest. It was written by Miss
Sarah Ferreira, who won the
Goldstein Medal for general ex-
cellence during the last term of
the Fernandina High School and
is well worth reproducing. She
also won the $5.00 gold peice
awarded by the American Le-
gion Auxiliary:
Americanism means the un-
dying devotion and belief in the
United States of America.
True Americanism can be
promoted by reading good
books. Boys and girls who are
taught to read and think in
school will make good citizens,
for where there is no vision the
people perish. Good books in
the home create the kind of fam-
ily life that keeps the home fires
burning in every hearth. Good
books install in the youth such
love for his country they will
give the best that is in them.
Americanism is not only doff-
ing the hat as the flag goes by:
it is also the living up to the
responsibilities toward your
town, State and nation. We
must ever be on the alert to pro-
tect the memory of those who
stood for the best in America.
Some one found in a store in
New York last year cakes of
soap, exact replicas of the fea-
tures of Washington, Lincoln
and Roosevelt. Think of it!
Soap images of our great Amer-
icans, and worst of all, each hbore
the label, "Made in Germany."
To be good Americans we
must respect our national holi-
days. For instance, Independ-
ence Day, Thanksgiving Day,
Armistice Day, etc.
If our own boys and girls are
to become useful and patriotic
men and women, they must
learn to be good little citizens;

Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will I,#. s..lhl at
public auction on MONDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF- AtOI'ST. A. IT. 1925. at thet
Court House. in the City of Fernandina. Nassau county. Florida,. or so tnxmi'h
thereof as will be necessary to pay the .amount due for taxes herfint set op-
posite thie same, together with cnsts oft smuri sale and advertisilii

I)Est'IcPTION' I. LAND <\VWNEi-:n Tax.-s :mo l



SALESMAN-Capable spec-
ialt salesman for life time posi-
tion in Felrnandina and vicinity
as exclusive representative for
America's 11most widely known
line of madc-!o-order- and indi-
vidluall '% in x gramed personal
and businesss Christmas Greet-
ing Cards priced at figures that
defy any and all competition.
These cards are in universal de-
mand among professional, busi-
MIess and Isocietty people and any
capable man or woman can earn
in excess of $100.00 weekly on
ve'r-- liberal ,>3 1-3 per cent cash
commission basis. Send refer-
ences antd apply for your terri-
- tory at once. PROCESS EN-
GRAVING CO"., Crawford Ave.,
Iat Eighteenth St.. Chicago.

Another queer thing is why
Fords are always loaded with
children and a poodle dog gener-
ally has a limousine to itself.




1924 ran well above 8,000,000
pounds valued at more than


new school building and a
surface road to connect
the Coastal Highway are
of Fernandina's greatest

S...... An optimist in Fernandina is
ock ". Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 Jas A. Smith S ,;,2 worth more to the city than a
ock i. Lots 1, o .... '. L,. oux ::. whole flock of pessimists-say a
ock 6. Lots 19. 20. 21. 22 J. Davis 41
ock 10. Lot 9................ R. M. Ellrsn 1 ; good word or don't say any-
lock 14. Lots 19. 20 .Joe Tringail 39 thin.
lock ir1. 1ot41 10. II. 12. 1 -- i. .1 n h r 4 k. h9 i- 6 i n g
iwk III. I ots i1 o14 J.H.11 A. .41it1h li i.149
I.eWU I I .otrs I 17. 1u xs. o2 J.,. A. 4,hitlh ll..,:1
lok 26. Lt A. ,.. M,,,,, iToday, Friday. July 10th, is
lock 26 t. i t 7 A \ ;. M ,ltoi r.-S I y U A '
lock 32. Lot 6. ist. I-' II rkI., I37 the last day to pay poll tax in
lock 37. Lot 1 4 fe, t ,f N- of W M order to vote in the city primary
lock 3.f9. Lot 1 ; ; f-feet Af N '- ,f I. V1 W -';
of .............. F',la rs. .f ', election July 21st.
lock 42. Lot 80 feet of M. Aki .
lock 42. Lot N'4 of .- 'Trinityv Church .
sock 47. Lot 7 .Julia ;ail RM. llrsv 12.10 Slam the mosquito and swat
lock 4. Lot S (f i 3 Est. Frani,-is lrvinL' .-, V
lock 48. Lot Nl-,,of :o Frant--s I,:wki,,ri,, s the fly.
lock 50. Lot Ni. of 4 st. larrixti \.lsioni s 74
lock 52, Lot 3 NMrs. T. A. licIfgnet 9.53
lock 61, Lots 14. 5 Est. Flizalbeth ilark.r 4. 24 NOTICE OF APPI.C4ATION IFOR TAX
lock 71. Lot I .................. .. Est llizalx-th Hlark.-r 21.30 1) .F ).
lock 72, Lot NU'. of 7 ... Hattie lrotison ,i 6
lock 81. Lot S of 4 A. Brown 2 2 Notice is hereby given that I'. It.
lock 82. Lot 6 .......... .. ...'elia King s.l l Danielson., purchaser of Tax Certificate
lock 131. Lot N of 3 ......... Wilkr.s 4.30 No. 574. dated the 6th day ,of Septein-
lock 132. Lot NI; of I Est. ,l Isie tHiggns 5.55 her. A. p. 1915, and of Tax t'ertificate
lock 134. Lot N% of 2 ... 'rac Wi lliats 12.; Ni. 401. dated thi- 2d day of July. A.
lock 134. Iot S of 5 .. .. W ilson .. M1.2 Ii.* 1' 7. lhas foild -said *certificates it n
lock 135, Lot 4. S 'L0 feet o ''. ('. Aiugusti-t 14 .9O mIyv office a:inId hasl made aipplicatiinx for
Hock 136, Lot 3 ... 1 st \ I)Dorse. 1t lH, tax lxdedil to issue in tccoairdani- with
hock 136. Lot Nt1. ,f I.. A. JoiJ es 4 law -S;0itl ea rtitil 'rate-s .- hlira:-,- thi- f'.l-
Ilock 136. Lot 1. .1. .Ines :5* o. : I.Ig l-h-,l-ril-edi property situiat-d int
Mock 136. Lot S1 o, f 7 L. .1. Joines. 2.(01 N.atiSU c"-llint\. Flotrida. to\j it.
lock 117. Lot 1 I ...... Ch s. h Kennedy 1.0 S Lots n t iitl ered-t Thirt-een (1::>. Four-
ilock 147. nLot S'y of L W. F. W illiains ; 21 te'.-n (14). lilft-.-ri (15) andi Sixtet-n I It;
'lock 14S. l.ot .1'- of 7 M .sl c W illia:nis .21 t xi niiunith.reld one IIurnirtd Si-v-
Ilock 152. L.ots "-. .9 t tBurrell CiollYv s t intyv 41711 T.-. sn ,f IIilliard.
Lock 151. Lot 12 R. I. 1 llersoai :; 71 Thl s a t l tid tl .-,nie as.s,-..-s-d .it lth
Hlock 159. Lot 2i Idella Pinkne.-\ -.S dtlatt- of th.- ssia;iln.c 11f slzlh i'ertiftl-
tlock 160, Lot Mamie Stais *s catI- No. 574 ai1 the name of I'nknoxni.
Block 160., L.t 2:: Aniiei Hall 4.90 :ndt aIt tile diat oIf the issi. inc ,t such
Block 10., Lot '-4 Jlat' Siniimins .7 '-,-rtif.i-ate No- 1Imlla in the naimn. of J
lock 160. Loits 2". ;; Those. Rich 4 24 W. Kr:iiner I less said cer-tit wat.. il
ltlock II;. L,o s 10 11'. l '.Loulse Ilawkins 4. 7,) shall h*e r.d<,-rtietd i.....r. laing, t.. I .i ,
lock 1Gt7, Lots ; 7 1 ThoF. Rircht a1. tax dteal ill i xit thlt-ri-ti i., ti.- lit th
Lilock 167. Lots 10. 11 IIlla Robinson 4 .11 'lt' of Atlit-ist. A I. 1"2. ;
Block 172. Lots 1 MarEy Flien Clinich ::. :2 Witnei.- ml offti-ial signaturt- ;illd
BIlo k lb2. L t I t'has.. Smith :;:.9 *al hli" e f*(il diay .1 1jily. .A l>
Hlock 216, Lot S'.- ,,f SuibdH i l 1 .\. I'. .Murphy I i;2 1' 25
ilhck 230, Lot W." Subd. A of }" 1Mary v ireen 4.90 tSeal H'I ita;lESS.
illock 242. Lot Subd ;. H of to' -Alie Itenton ltukri :: 5 Clerk of Cit uit C.irit Nassau C.--oU-
.lock 244. Lot Stih,1. i i-* -, Leah M Block 295. Lot 17 Anna Sye .. t;
Water .ot SI feet ,if Fodale ros. 11250 NOTICE OF ArrPPLI-TION FOH TAX
Water Lots :'. .1:. Fdnl 'iackinxg ', .. 135 (00 D ER D.
OI.D TOWN,. Notie is hl-reig niven that Mrs. E ila
Block 3. LotI .. Wilie Cri. skridge purehas r f Tax rtificat.
Block 4. Lot ,, ..t rk r rt.e laix thi *th a ,of Jun.. A.
BltcK 4. Lout a .-- -lii '-till IlarKxr 1 p .9. 1 1 ha4 f"Iah as e saidI t -rtifil a It n
Block 6. Lot 1 ... W59I rib ,, 3 ", .v 7 *" .--- "" h lu.i- t- "
S Mr-. h r 1 2 for tax ie.ld l a issue Ili a-t, rdlarne
Block 17. Lots 2 4 l' of %Mr, WV. -Shart, 17 50. .., ,'.. "u ,ertifi.ate ml.ra.e.
Block 17, L .ots 9 I 11. SI. of i2 Mr'- .W Sharp 13 .5 x -l S, rti ,-. ->r- ,- tx *st-
FB1.uc 1 k I. Ltd 4: rtJv Lxn nlrr hi- i, i tes, rt-dt lpriier.,y tsitu
sit -l i Nassiau 't iint l-';in d,. townI:
1. ,; rit \iA [ 1 "nn' I d qIIniti. d> rd o T)
.1 -Ir.LtDU Lu4AN, 1 ti'xock nxii t -id 1, ttth Tn, a 2)
".1 ,n lUl, -'k nuniT.tri-,i I iti.htyv-ftv. x.,).
it Treasurer and Ciollecttr T.,w-n oif Hilliatrd
The s.axl land tItn ng itsse.s--ld at the
.. .. 'hIst- --f th' ir s uan 'e --f su, h 'e-rtifx-
S __,'at- siet the name o4f A A. l skrsxnge.
A^ *W I'nle-s said riertifi'at.- shall I,"- r--
l 1 ;det-,mred aecirtrdinK ti, lawiv. tax dexed
N O E T C LC will ..c tlheref on the lnth day of
-- August. A o1 i :'
Notice is hereby given to all c,,nernel. that at a m tneeltng tihe- t.ardl Wit s a-,. ffict.ia ,signature a-si
of County Co m is ioieTar ,f N-.spau ,ount lorida. sitting a ;t tiHoard of .-" l 'il -Jul A D
Equalizattion .in Monda.1 Jui" 1st, 1923>. antid -n Monday. Julir 2.9th. 1923. the ". ," ," i.R, --ss.
following des.rihed 1ropertv y as raised to t hei amount se.t ,ppli- sit, thereti ,4., i r- t. I* -.r Naisa x
NOtice-,s also giv-n that a n...ting( of the lHoa-'d will Ibe held on thie lirst Moim- itv Fl, rd. 7-10 t s .- .n
day in AutkuaL the hx> August ::rd.. 125 at the- Court Hous in Ftr- "
nandina. Florida. to hear tO i intj .. If t n r' lot. wh\i thli..V;liU t.ln i.tR -
ed by the (ommisstoners sli.t' et staltnd

that is, they must learn to re- What we really need is a re-
spect authority, whether it is of vival of love for American insti-
their parents, their school tutions, a love that will con-
teachers, or that of the police- strain each and all to regard law
man of their town. They must as a sacred rule of guidance and
learn all they can in school and procedure laid down by the peo-
do what they can to improve ple for their own complete ob-
their neighborhood, their town servarce and support. This love
and the great country to which will weave its.c!. i:;to all forms
they owe so many blessings, of devotion., nd it need be. of
Americanism is seen to be sacrifice; that "government of
vastly more than a matter of the people, b.v the people and
literacy. It really demands for the people shall not perish
that all who dwell under our from the earth." Within its all-
flag shall sincerely and steadily embracing concern it will hold
support the government the the entire population, making
flag symbolizes. But one can- this the finest. ta rest country
not sincerely and steadily sup- God ever car'vd from His love
port and defend what one does for the dwelling of men.
not heartily accept. Thus. What we have a right to ex-
Americanism must be a matter pect from the American hoy is
of conviction, of loyalty to gov- that he shall turn out to be a
ernment as set up by the people, good American man. He must
of resolute opposition to every not be a coward or a weakling,
person or influence that in any a bully, a shirk or a prig. He
way weakens the "holy expert-imust work and play hard. He
ment" of liberty under law. must be clean-minded and clean-
Absolute respect for law and lived and able to hold his own
hearty belief in our national in- Iunder all circumstances andl
stitutions constitute the test of against all comers. On these
a citizen. When one breaks any conditions he will be an Ameri-
law deliberately he is not a good can to be proud of. In life, as
citizen. He has not the soul of in a football game, the princi-
an American. It matters not ple to follow is "Hit the line
what special form of law is vio- hard; don't foul and don't shirk,
lated. The person who drives an 1ut hitthe line hard."
automobile faster than the law liber An American must love
allows, who drives an automobile -
when intoxicated, who breaks .- He must know how to use
into a citizen's home and steals, mands and hs bra the En-
who sells in secret illegally made glish. e must master th En-
liquor, who evades his income g4sh language.h n
tax to the government-all States above musll onor te nitedes.
these alike are guilty of law 5 aesa e all countries.
violation and are not real Amer- He must serve his coun-
icans; nor are those who know try every day-
of these illegal acts and fail to Let us pledge our hearts, our
bring the offender to his just lives, our sacred honor to the up-
punishment. Here is the wide-,buiding of true Americanism.
open door of usefulness for the;. SARAH FERREIRA.
school. It must be entered and' Ninth Grade.
a definite campaign of funda-
mental Americanism set forth The volume of shrimp and
by the teacher, fish busifiess at Fernandina in

If you want to do something
worthwhile f o r Fernandina
build a few houses.

Cut the weeds before they go
to seed.

How about a subscription to
the Chamber of Commerce.

Political Announcements

A\ I Lit.- ..l 'l 'i.tati. n of some of umy
lr.-nds. I herl.-l.. tinnitx te- myself as ;a
ainlidatt.l for th" ,ffitc of (i'ity Corn
iilts.-l.rn, r. ,.-ilJ(-et ,i thileu a tlon o thi
I1 1x -rati. pri ar tu tlhe field in tl:e
4'ity (,i I r-'xx itlax ilzo onpI the l.l-: 'lay "t
Jil. A.. 1. 9 .5. If elec-ted I promise
thie people f Fernandina a fair andii
nmparti:al administration. WilI appre-
cia.te the support of the lualificr elec-
t-r<. Respectfullyv.
Fernandina, Florida, June 25. 1925.
Friends of I'. C. Kelly, in recognition
of his untiring efforts to advance the
interests of Fernandina while he has
served as City Commissioner, hereby
announce him as a candidate for re-
elel(tion at the DLemitratic primary onr
Jull -1l.t. 1,'..,

Brooklyn. N. T --Omcer Smith
writes :--"8ome years ago I suffeMre
from severe nervousness brought on
by acidity of the stem-
ache. I could digest
but very little food.-
was rapidly losing
weight and feeling
miserably. I tried
Tutt's Pills and the
first dose gave me
mreat relief. I con-
tinue to take them as
directed and am glad
to recommend them
to all my friends who
have uftu them with most gratify-
ing results." At all drujgits.

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o Delicious and Refrrhing

Crush, Grapico, and
High-Grade Sodas

iEKery Bottle Temed As To Its Puritn Before It I eaes Our Plati


Nassau Coca-Cola Bottling Company


St of NE. SF. of SW. SlE. Se.
24. Tp. 4 North. Range 24 East ladd.,'k. I T Sr. $ nt-. 11500 t0
W1': of SE'*. N, of SW'4. Nw\v of
NW'.I. Sec. 30. Tp. 4 Noirth ltng a.. r
25 East .. adl--, P. T- Sr 4... .1 ilti it
AS described in D P-i 5 2.; Pg Co .
Rec.. Sec. 36. Tp. 4 North, Prti;0e 25
Eat .. Hand ,s ,. 200 '.
SE part of SEL. of SE 1. se. Tp 0
North. Range 24 East lone Ton ,5 175 00
Lot 1 and 10 to 21 inc.. Sec 1500 Tp0
3 North. Range 29 East' 1 M -,.rDild. A Itao, 0x 1500 60







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The examination of 3,478
male students in a large state
university of the middlewest
showed that a city of 50,000 or
more is distinctly more health-
ful than small cities, villages
and countryside.
This is a blow to the common
conception that rural life is in-
herently wholesome and health-
The crystal waters of the old
farm well, fresh food from field,
garden and dairy, the gymnastic
exercises the plow, hoe and saw
provide, the mental serenity
that goes with outdoor life and
contact with nature have been
so lyrically extolled by orators
and writers that the idea of the
country being more conducive of
health is firmly implanted in
the average mind.
But we will have to give way
to new ideas when convincing
proof is offered. And those of
us who live in the smaller com-
munities should profit from the
lessons our big city cousins
teach, and about all of the mod-
ern safeguards against disease
that it is possible to utilize out-
side large centers of population.

The best citizens of any com-
munity are those who believe in
it, and allow no one to say any-
thing against it.

The most valuable asset in
community work is the unselfish
service rendered by its citizens.

Each new home built in Fer-
nandina is a step nearer the so-
lution of the housing problem.

An automobile knocks going
up hill. When a man knocks
he's going down hill.

Hospitality is one of the out-
standing traits of character of
Fernandina people.

90mmummmmmommaN Nil MOMMONC-1-

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Friday, July 10, 1925


Page Six
~ ...--i .


Foot Comfort


Monday, July 13

Foot troubles are universal. Government mecofrds o
that 7 out of every 10 adult people have some farm
foot trouble.
You are probably a victim of foot trouble yourself. It
may be only a corn, a callous, a bunion or some more
serious; trouble such as weak and broken-down arches.
You might not know the nature of your trouble but you
do know that your feet ache, pain, and get all tied et
on the slightest provocation.
Foot Comfort Expert Here
Come to our Foot Comfort Department on the aboeW
date and get a Free De"io.-mt-,n. There's no charn
for this valuable service. This work is in caeo a
Special Demonstrator from The Scholl Mfg. Co.This
an opportunity that every foot sufferer should grasp.
In a few seconds' time, without removing the howe, he
can make a photographic print of your foot that posi.
tively shows if you do have foot troubles and to what
stage the trouble has progressed. This service is abi .
lately free and places you under noobliation whatever.
Do you want to now how to stop corn hrtinw I*
stantly? Come in and get a sample of Dr. A 'sa
Zino-pads. They remove the cause of ca -frictio
and pressure. Thin, antiseptic, healing,

Partin Shoe Co.

- .


J. W. Bleker, rector.
Fifth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy communion, 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon,
11 o'clock. Rev. Harris Mallin-
krodt will preach the sermon.
Morning prayer and sermon,
8 o'clock. Subject: "The Shad-
ow of St. Peter."
Monday, 8 p. m., vestry meet-
Wednesday, 8 o'clock, evening

J-., who- fo r e he
hurt himself working is the
who wonders how others
ahead so rapidly.


ml; u 1 u u u u u u u u uw

SKetucky Man Fids Reiel
fran Dizzy Attacks.
"I suffered with severe bilious
attacks that came on two or three
times each month," says Mr. J. P.
Nevins, of Lawrencemu, Ky.
"I would have dizziess and
couldn't work.
"I would take pills until I was
worn-out with them. I didn't seem
to get relief. After taking the pills
my bowels would act a couple or
raee times, then I would be very
"A neighbor told me of Black-
Draught and I began its use. I
ever have found so much relief as
Iave me. I would not be with-
oIt for anything.
"It seemed to cleanse my whole
system and made me feel like new.
I would take a few doses-get rid
of the bile and have my usual clear
bead, feel full of 'pep' and could do
twice the work.'
Made from pure medicinal
aMM herbs, Black-Draught is na-
.We's own remedy for such symp-
10I ts as the above, when due to a
3 W everywhere; 25c.


A party of tourists were visit-
ing a village in the North, and
as their stay was to extend over
the week-end, they made inquiry
of their landlord about the
churches in the neighborhood.
He told them that there was no
church of any kind in the vill-
age, but that the various denom-
inations represented in the lo-
cality made use of the large
room at the institute. "In the
morning," he said, "the Church
of England holds a service at
nine o'clock, and the Wesleyana
at half-past ten. The Congrega-
tionalist minister comes over
from-- and holds a service for
his folk in the afternoon at
three, and the Baptists have a
meeting in the evening at half-
past six." A facetious gentle.
men of the Jewish race who was
one of the party then pretended
to be chagrined at there being
no provision for his people. "And
what about my poor persecute<
folk ? Is there no provision foi
"0, they're all right," was the
quick retort; "they hold the
mortgage on the insti-tute."




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

Tell your friends about Fer-


We buy and sell all classes of

Real Estate


Adams-Askins Realty Co.

Real EsMtat Ap(ls

Opposite Keystone Hotel-Phome.11l

August. A. D. 1925.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 2nd day of July A. D 1925.
(Seal) G. C. IUR6GESS.
Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau coun-
ty, Florida. 7-3 to 7-31

There is no mistaking a pessi-
mist-you can recognize one as
soon as you see him.
His countenance is shrouded
in gloom so thick that a smile
has no chance of escaping. If
he has a slight toothache, he is
as solicitious of his jaw as a man
is of his first automobile.
If he has a slight touch of
lumbago, he walks as if he had
one foot in the grave. If he is
afflicted with indigestion, as
most of his kind are, he never
loses an opportunity to tell his
friends about it.
If there is nothing wrong
physically, which is rare, he
fancies in the dark recesses of
his imagination that the world
is going to the eternal bowows.
All models of pessimists are
the same. That's the *reason
you will have no difficulty in
recognizing one.
Curing them is questionable.
Those in the last stages are be-
yond hope, but a little persua-
sion used on those who are not
too far gone may lead to a con-
version and add another good
citizen to the community.


Doctor Undoubtedly you
need more exercise; what is
your occupation?
Patient-I'm a piano mover.
Doctor (recovering quickly)
-Well --er-hereafter move
two at a tim.

Are men more cruel than they
once were? Is the twentieth
century male of the species a
cave man- in fact, instead of a
character of fiction and movie,
as we are led to believe.
The affirmative must be the
answer, judging from the cen-
sus bureau's analysis of statis-
tics gathered in its survey of
marriage and divorce in the
United States, which showed
that of all cases for divorce,
cruelty has become the most
Forty years ago, cruelty ac-
counted for less than one-fifth
of the divorces; now it accounts
for one-third. Desertion was
formerly the most common
cause for legal separation; now
it is second place.
The old-fashioned husband
just left home without any cere-
mony; the cave man type, We
have the right to presume,
doesn't leave, but his actions are
so "cruel and inhuman" that the
wife finds it necessary to pe-
tition the court for a decree
breaking the marriage vows.
Whatever may be the causes
for divorce, it must be agreed
that 164,609 divorces granted in
one year is altogether too many.

Mamma: "Where have you
been, Jennie?"
"Playing ball."
Mamma: "I thought I told
you to clean the rug."
"No. ma, you told me to hang
the rug on the line and beat it."

One From Ten Leaves Nine

An inspector was watching
HONESTY the work of a new conductor.
After watching a while he said:
Say, niggah, can't you all "Here, how is this? You have
play honest? Ah knows what ten Passengers and only nine
cards ah done dealt you." fares are rung up."
"'T that so?" Then, turning,
Asking a man his opinion offhe spoketo the passengers and
the automobile he drives is the said, or rather shouted: "There's
same as king his wife about one too many of you on the car.
their c~hildren-'9 of you,,n theLcar.

Notice Pi hereby given that on the Board of Governors Pledge Un-
3rd day of August. A. D. 1925. I will
apply to the Honorable County Judge qualified Support to Move-
in and for Nassau county. State oft for New Building.
Florida, for an Order authorizing me ment for New Building.
as Guardian of the person and estate
of Louis R. Church. minor heir at law
of Louis S. Chur'-h. dec.eased, to sell A resolution was passed by
and convtv at priv-ate sale, all the tan-
divided right title and interest of said the Board of Governors of the
minor in and to the following proper- and being in Nassau Chamber of Commerce at the
county. Florida. tov'-it: regular weekly meeting Friday
Beginning at the Northeast corner of weeklv meeting Friday
Section Twenty-seven (27). Township night heartily endorsing the
Two (2) North. Range Twenty-eight ool improvement program of
(28) East. and run S,uth forty one de- School improvement program of
greens West two thousand three hund- the Board of School Trustees for
red and seventy-six feet along the ti dste
Northwest boundary of Section Forty this district. Realizing the cry-
(40) to the West corner of said Sec-
tion Forty (40): thence South fifteen ing need for a new and modern
degrees East seven hundred feet along C h 0 building adequately
the Southwest boundary of said Section Sch o 0Ibuilding adequately
Forty (40); thence East Two Thousand equipped, the Chamber of Corn-
Four Hundred ninety-seven feet; th n1 b o C
thence North threedegres and forty. merce has placed the facilities
five minutes East One Thousand Eight of the organization behind the
Hundred and sixty feet to the right-oa ton behind the
of-way of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- trustees in their plans for rais-
way; thence Westward along the said
right-of-way One Thousand and sev- ing the required revenue for the
enty-two feet to the place of begin- proposed improvements.
ning. and containing One Hundred
acres, more or less. and being in Sec- Improvements in our educa-
tion Forty (40). or the William Ber- ional system is one of the things
rie Grant. Township Two (2) North. tional system is one of the things
Range Twenty-eight (Ms) East. Nassau which must be given careful at-
county, excepting one acre sold byw
Louisa S. Church to the Board of Pub- tention if Fernandina is to go
lie instruction of Nassau County. forward. Among the first ques-
Florida, .
Also. all that certain piece or parcel tons asked by a prospective
of land lying and being in the County i a e b a p ro i
of Nassau and State of Florida and home-seeker is "Have you a
more particularly described upon the good school?" That question
official Maps or Plats of said County.
as part of Section Forty-two. in Town- is contained in a number of in-
ship Three. North of Range Twenty- b ynae i r fi-
eight. East. containing Fifty-five acres quiries received by the Chamber
more or less and bounded on the East of Commerce from prospective
by Colored Baptist Church lands amn i mmerce from prosp v
lands of Joseph Thomas. Luke Richo citizens during the past several
and Toney Richo. on the North by c i
lands owned by Toney Richo to Mill weekS.
Creek, on the West by Mill Creek and That a clear conception of
lands of lssum Roberts. and on the a conception
South by County Road running from what some of the nation's lead-
the Colored Baptist Church of Ches- ers have thought on this subject
ter to Mill Creek. ers have thought on this subject
Said land belonging to the estate of be put in concrete form we
Louis S. Church. deceased, to be sold may be put in concrete form we
for the best interest of said minor, quote the following:
Louis R. Church.
Dated this 30th day of June, A. 1) Thomas Jefferson said: "If
7-31 CHARLOTTE E. CHURCH,. a nation expects to be ignorant
and free in a state of civilization,
NOTICE OF APPICATION FOR TAX it expects what never was and
Notice is hereby given that C. C. never will be."
Lloyd. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. James Madison said: A
134. dated the 2nd day of July, A. N). Jm M sn s id
1894. has filed said certificate in my popular government without
office and has made application for popular information or the
tax deed to issue in accordance with .p
law. Said certificate embraces the means of acquiring it, is but a
following described property situated prologue to a farce or a tragedy."
In Nassau county, Florida, towit:
(4).Lotsn Block numbered Twne () and Four John Adams said:" Laws for
(24).Town of iiiiard. Twenty-four the liberal education of youth,
The said land being assessed at the th o yot
date of the issuance of such certifi- especially of the lower classes of
cate in the name of Unknown. Unless p aI SO extremely wise
said certificate shall be redeemed ac- people, are so extremely wise
cording to law, tax deed will issue and useful, that no expense for
thereon on the 1lth day of July. A. D. this purpose would be thought
1925. this purpose woul enough
Witness my official signature and extravagant."
seal this the 11th day of June, A. I. Abraham Lincoln said: "I
1(Seal) G. C.Abraham Lincoln said:
Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau coun- hope I may live to see the day
ty. Florida. 6-12 to 7-10 when an unfettered start and a
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX fair chance in the race of life is
D R guaranteed to every American
Notice is hereby given that G \V. boy and girl "
* Anderson. purchaser of Tax Certificate "
No. 190, dlated the 4th day of Septeni- A new school building is
Sheer A. 1). 1911. has filed said certifi- essential to Fernandina's grow-
Scate in my office and has made appli- ssenia erna in grow
cation for tax deed to issue in accord- th progress and development.
Stance With law. Said certificate en- roe 1l e
brazen the following described proper- Let' have the new building.
ty situated in N:asau countyy. Florida. Without it we cannot hope to
N% of Lot 3. in Section 43, Township keep pace with the educational
3. North. Range 28s Eat.
The aaid land being assessed at the progress of the state.
date of tho issuance of such certifi-
Scate in the name of E. W. Nichols and
B. Cook. Unless said certificate shall
be redeemed according to law. tax deed THE MODERN CAVE MAN
will issue thereon on the 3rd day of

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torpid. The one really depend-
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the liver, stomach and bowels is
Herbine. It acts powerfully on
the liver, strenghtens digestion.
purifies the bowels and restores
a fine feeling of energy, vim
and cheerfulness. Price 60c.
Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer, Fernan-
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BUT LOVE IS BLIND Every woman knows that any
!woman could dress well on the
Wifie: "John. dear, I am1 money her husband spends for
be in an amateur theatrical. tobacco.
What would folks say if I wereltobacc"
to wear tights?"
Indifferent Half: "They ,.
would probably say I married L. (RUNWALD
you for your money." Optometrist and Master

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Hilliard, July 7.-Mr. James
DI)i\,son, for many years a resi-
,':*I oft Hilliard, has sold his
',rirty in Hilliard Terrace to

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Mr. E. M. McConnell, formerly
of Winter Garden, Fla.
Mr. C. II. Lee surprised his
many friends by a sudden return
to health and active participa-
tion in business affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McConnell,
who purchased the Dawson prop-
erty, made an additional deal

Jbmabou 260 C...d $52
Tburdugdcar'- -29o Thior Baein Sao
0n epm -' dematbh rimem mW stm t eM sn.
V7-doe bflem drmg exam. AMDa lowf. & b. '.ia.

with J. B. Campbell, who sold
them eight lots in Block G, Hil-
liard Terrace. The McConnells,
immediately on closing their
deals, motored toward Virginia
to visit with friends and rela-
tives. They will return here in
September and do their bit in
advancing the interests of the

IPieaw tell mme how I can secure a Ford Car on easpy paysmmus
AAibme_ _



town and Hilliard Poultry As-
Remember the Farmers' Mot-
orcade to Fernandina on July
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Osborn
have returned home for a period
of rest and recreation from the
big playground center of South
Mr. S. C. Brock returned on
Saturday from a successful trip
to northern cities and found he
was minus a dog. He is quoted
as saying, "Rex wasn't nothing
but a yaller dawg, but somehow,
we miss him."
Mr. J. B. Osborn is the full-
fledged owner of the Thomas
property on the Dixie Highway,
and is doing his share of boost-
A few weeks since a reckless
auto driver drove his car into
the yard at the Hotel de Camp-
bell. Mr. J. B. made a few pan-
tomime gestures suggestive of
extreme annoyance and added,
"I'll have to fence the beggars
out." He's doing it.
Rumor says T. H. Davis is
closing out one of his saw mills.
Dame Grundy frowns and grum-
bles, "I'm from Missouri."
Miss Helen Herndon, of Tal-
lahassee, is visiting her grand-
father, Mr. Geo. Layton.
Mrs. W. H. Cagon and daugh-
ter, Marie. Misses Eula Davis
and Helen Herndon spent the
day shopping in Jacksonville
Among those who enjoyed the
Fourth of July at Fernandina
Beach were Misses Eula and
Vera Davis, Helen Herndon,
Margaret and Marie Cason, Leon
Sikes. of Callahan: Mrs. G. H.
Stokes, Miss Juanita Stokes,
George Henry Stokes, Byron
Campbell and Bert Libby.
J. L. Layton, of Callahan, was
in town on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sheppard
and Bill Saulters, of Waycross,
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Leigh and Miss Ida Haddock en-
joyed a ride over to Fernandina
on Sunday afternoon.
The meeting at the Baptist
church was a success as measur-
ed by visible results and as
measured by additions to the
-- :.

Mrs. W. H. Cason and daugh-
ter, Margaret, motored over to
Jacksonville on Monday.
Mrs. G. H. Stokes and daugh-
ter, Juanita, and Mrs. Stokes'
sister, Mrs. Rayson, of Lake-
land, enjoyed a pleasure trip ov-
er to Fernandina on Monday.
Mr. R. A. Ogilvie and mother,
Mrs. Cora Ogilvie, of Callahan,
attended the services at the
Baptist church on Monday even-
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fuqua and
son, Cole, left Thursday for
Dothan Ala. to spend the Fourth
of July with Dr. Fuqua's pa-
rents. They expect to return
home in a few days.
Miss Juanita Stokes visited

relatives and friends in Jackson-
ville on Thursday.
Mrs. W. J. Braddock is spend-
ing a few days with her sister,
Mrs. J. R. Braddock, in Becca,
He: "I say, I wish you would
not call me Mr. Jenkins."
She: "0, but I've only known
you for such a little while; but
(sweetly) why don't you wish
me to call you Mr. Jenkins ?"
"Merely because my name is
Our subscription department
is still in a receptive mood.

Spend Your Money

in Hilliard
There seems to be a tendency on the part of some
of our good citizens to spend their money away from
home, when they can buy the same goods for the same
money right here in Hilliard, and I would like to know
how we can ever expect to build a town when this sort
of thing is practiced?
It is the home merchants who pay tax into the
county treasury and who help with all moves for the
betterment of their communities and they are entitled
to the business of their respective sections.
We carry a large and varied line of general mer-
chandise and strive to please, but when you fail to find
what you want at our store, don't leave Hilliard until
you have examined the stocks of all the merchants.
Co-operation is what builds a community.


General Merchandise



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The Tourist Camps Invite You

Thousands of them, hospitable and
friendly, play a big part In the vaca-
tion joys of thouinds of families
every year.
Take advantage now of this inter.
eting, economical way to travel!
Get into your Ford and go-far away
from the every-day haufnts and the

working grlnd! All the family will
enjoy the outing; everyone will be
healthier, happier and better for a
change of scene and life in the open.
No other car requires so small an
investment as the Ford; none offers
you such value for your money.


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Friday, July 10, 1925

Wood, good wood. Phone 69.
FOR SALE Four-burner
Florence range with oven. Phone

Tenator Jas. E.
Tallahassee, spent
in Fernandina.

S?/nf ed A hy IA.Wited -Jdwles Saemmeala~esla .Vd~wle
&. thd Vsatoarr ofIMe J.,dAepra J.dier.

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 Cettificates NO W !
For your children's children.


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Wood, good wood. Phone 69.

H. E. Pickett, of Callahan,
spent Monday in town.
Ira Brandies, of Callahan,
spent the 4th here.
D. L. Hodges and son, of Hil-
liard, were in the city on Friday.
R. A. Ogilvie, of Callahan,
spent the 4th here.
H. 0. Livigstone is spending
several days at Miami.
J. C. Ogilvie and wife ,of Cal-
lahan, spent the Fourth in Fer-
FOR RENT-H o u s e, Bath
and Garage. Apply S. W. Gluck.
117 South 8th Street.
Miss Grace Nagel has return-
ed from a visit to relatives in

Cash paid for Shark Fins and
Terrapins. Young Wah Laun-
Misses Dora and Bessie Hig-
ginbotham, of Italia, spent the
4th here.
Mrs. G. H. Stokes and daugh-
ter and son, Miss Juanita and
George Henry, of Hilliard, spent
the Fourth here.

Wood, good wood.

Phone 69.

Mr. and Mrs. Grooms Owens
And two children, of Italia, spent
the 4th here.
Mrs. L. .Owens and children,
of Evergreen, spent the Fourth
in Fernandina.

J. B. Campbell and son, By-
ron and C. C. Lloyd, of Hilliard,
spent Monday in the city.
T. B. Ogilvie and son, P. L.
Ogilvie and wife, of Callahan,
were visitors here the 4th.

Prof. L. Grunwald, wife and
little daughter, Vera, motored
to Jacksonville Thursday.
D. G. Humphreys, Jr., of
Jacksonville, spent the 4th here
with his parents.
Mrs. Paul Leonard and baby,
Paul, Jr., of Bainbridge, Ga.,
are visiting -relatives here.

Dr. W. L. C. Mahon, promi-
nent Jacksonville minister, was
a visitor to Fernandina the 4th.
A. N. Jones and family, of
Yulee, spent the 4th in Fernan-
Mrs. C. Prewitt and daughter,
Vesta, are spending this week at
Waldo with relatives.


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in every prescription-quality,
accuracy and service. These,
combined with the lowest possi-
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safety at a saving. You can have
confidence in us as your drug-
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your doctor.


h Horsey's Drug Store

Calkins, of
the Fourth

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mathias,
of Hilliard, were visitors in the
city on the 4th.
N. J. Wooten, the pigeon and
rabbit raiser of Kings Ferry,
spent Thursday in the city.
Mrs. R. B. Tilley, of Gaines-
ville, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
J. Louis Horsey.

Grover Braddock and family,
of Lessie, spent the Fourth in
Mrs. J. T. Ferreira and little
son sailed on Monday for France,
where they will visit relatives.
Miss Mamie Jones, of Calla-
han, was a visitor to Fernandina
the 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ford, of
Callahan, were among the out-
of-town people who spent the
4th here.
FOR SALE-Cheap for cash,
one-ton worm-drive second-hand
Ford truck. Apply Florida
Shrimp Fisheries Co.
Mrs. Grace Beasley, Mrs. Roy
Jones, Mrs. W. F. Conner and
Miss Vera Conner, of Callahan,
spent the 4th in Fernandina.

Friends of Miss Mamie Star-
buck will be glad to learn that
she is improving from a recent
serious illness.

Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Noallas
and daughters, Misses Carmen
and Mercedes, spent the week-
end at Pablo Beach.

Mrs. E. W. Bailey left yester-
day for a visit of several months
in the mountains of North Geor-
Mrs. Perse L. Gaskins, of
Jacksonville, was the guest of
her mother, Mrs. J. Louis Hor-
sey, yesterday.
WANTED-To buy 30 to 50
laying hens at once. State price
wanted. Address P. 0. Box
209, Fernandina, Fla.
S. C. Braddock and family, of
Hilliard, were among the out-of-
town people who spent the 4th
in Fernandina.
Fernandina split a double-
header in two slow, unintresting
games the Fourth with a Jack-
sonville team.
LOST-Spare tire between
Fernandina and Yulee July 4th.
Fisk Balloon 32x6:20 with Flint
cover, also rim. E. N. Sorenson.
E. N. Sorenson and Frank E.
Hernendez left on Saturday for
a two months automobile trip to
Northern and Western points.
L. L. Owens, of Evergreen,
and J. H. Sauls, of Callahan,
write that they are enjoying an
outing at Indian Springs, Ga.

H. G. Hopkins, of Jackson-
ville, is relieving A. W. Jackson,
collector of customs for the
port of Fernandina, who is en-
joying a thirty day vacation.
We buy shrimp, heads on or
heads off. We are now located
at DiGrande's shrimp house.
Telephone No. 5. Florida
Shrimp Fisheries Co.
Miss Mary Hughes, of Jack-
sonville, spent the 4th very
pleasantly in Fernandina as the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Jen-
nie Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sheffield
and two children, of Jackson-
ville, spent the 4th here with
the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Sheffield.
Mrs. J. C. Prosser, of-Jack-
sonville, attended the M. E. dis-
4.4- ^. .*.:.. ... -

Wood, good wood. Phone 69.
Mrs. W. P. Meares, Mrs. Cora
Ogilvie and Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Gupton, of Callahan, spent the
Fourth in Fernandina.

Carl Warfield, of Hastings,
accompanied by Mrs. Warfield,
who is visiting their daughter,
Mrs. E. D. Phillips, of Jackson-
ville, spent the 4th at home.

Mrs. T. B. Clark and daugh-
ter, Miss Marguerite, left on
Monday for Ashville, N. C.,
where they will spend several

Fred Borges, of Cleveland,
Ohio, is visiting his brother, C.
F. Borges, and family, at Amel-
ia. He expects to be here until
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
at St. Peter's Church the Rev.
Harris Mallinkrodt, rector of
Calvery Church, Louisville, Ken-
tucky, will preach the sermon.

Send your dyeing and clean-
ing to Rogers & Jones 611
Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. We
prepay parcel postage on return-

-0- -
Miss Pearl Jordan spent
Fourth with her parents,
and Mrs. J. E. Jordan,
Wrightsville, Ga., going on
day and returning Sunday.


Miss Pearl Jordan, county
home demonstration agent, is
assisting Miss Pearl Lafett with
the girls' camp at Camp Johns-
ton this week.


Col. N. B. Borden was taken
to St. Vincent's hospital, Jack-
sonville, Wednesday morning.
His many friends wish for him a
speedy recovery.

Mrs. A. P. Murphey and
daughter, Mrs. Owen Carr, ac-
companied by her husband and
little daughter, are the guests
of Mayor and Mrs. P. C. Kelly.

Mrs. W. B. Moore, of Wel-
born, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Chas. Hardee, spending
some time here for the benefit
of her health.
Mr. J. H. Myrick and family,
of Callahan, were numbered
among the out-of-town people
who came to Fernandina for the
Mrs. E. W. Bailey, Jr., who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Bailey, returned to Orlan-
do Tuesday, accompanied by her
little daughter, Eugenia.
E. W. Bailey left Friday
morning for a trip to Baltimore,
Md., where he will spend some
weeks for the benefit of his


D. L. Hodges and daughter,
Miss Eula Hodges, of Hilliard,
were in the city Tuesday, Mr.
Hodges having come over to at-
tend a special meeting of the
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Hardee
and children and Mrs. Hardee's
niece, Miss Martha Love, spent
the 4th at Pablo Beach, Miss
Love leaving that night for her
home in Tennessee.
New St. James Hotel, Jackson-
ville, Fla., one block from Hem-
ming Park, two blocks from
postoffice. Rooms $1.50 and
down, June and July. Garage
available. it
Mrs. M. E. Morrow and at-
tractive children are the guests
of the former's mother, Mrs.
Nagel, for several weeks, while
Mr. Morrow is on a business trip
to New York.

Renew Your Health

by Purification
Any physician will tell you that
"Perfect Purification of the By.-
tern is Nature's foundation of
Perfect Health." Why not rid
yourself of chronic ailments that
are undermining your vitalityT
Purify your entire system by tak-
ing a thorough course of Calotabs,
-onee or twice a week for several
weeks--nd see how Nature .-
wards you with health.

Messrs. Walter McNally and
J. H. Yelverton, members of the
city commission of Palatka and
leading business men of that
city, were visitors in Fernandina

Mrs. J. Geo. Suhrer will en-
tertain on Thursday evening
with a supper party at Fernan-
dina Beach complimenting her



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A reproduction of the great Broadway success, that
ran for over a year. One of the best comedy plays ever.
| A ridiculous title, but a delightful home life story. -
Father stints and works his elbows out to keep going, |
I while the children go at a fast pace. A lesson for both.
An International News
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Picturization of Molnars play a great success. This
is reported to be a play for smart people. The house E
should be crowded, but plenty of extra chairs. Of
course if you can't come, will have to draw conclusions.
Menjou is generally popular here. 10 and 25





S The title will tell the story, in part. A strong cast, all
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Also a Rattling Comedy 10 and 25
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Memorial Coins





Me silver is gr it iM.erA'a
item in tAe appointmentl ./tA
l.61. of the.hostess.
We will60 Yled Itoeeiptefe
your "Il in tAe pattern which
joemnw havwe. I


sister, Mrs. M. E. Morrow, of
Jacksonville, and Misses Gladys
and Viola Yenawine, of Jack-
sonville, who are the guests of
her sister, Miss Grace Nagel.
Miss Maud Colton expects to
leave in a few days for Ashville.
N. C., where she will spend the
summer, returning in the fall
to Fernandina where she will re-
sume her pbrtrait painting.



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