Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: June 3, 1927
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00044
Source Institution: University of Florida
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COUNTY LEADER


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DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF FERNANDINA\, NASSAU COUNTY AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA


Pe News-R r. I -t 1t86 f Consolidated
NPOUla News t l.,rl. 12 i Dec. 15., 1920



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HONORED


BY LOCAL ROTARIANS AT BANQUET

ROTARY CLIB ENTERT -IN- 0-
ED LADIES ON I)- TIDE TABLE
DAY NICHT.
--
Fernandina Rtar:i.: ed a! High and low tides predicted for
banquet Monday r.' Key- the Port of Fernandina at the foot of
stone Hotel. Th., L. their DeSoto street for the week beginning


guests their wives. :t., *, ..cial
guests of honor Mlr. : i I H.
Ground and Mr. and lr.. T. I .ave.
President Louis (;,,!-. very
eloquently paid tribute t *i. work
of the retiring presilctri:. ir B.
Brooks, during the 1',-t '.' .ittri-
buting the birth :. i'rful
growth of Rotary in I', .!r',a to
his untiring. efforts :aiin ci i'i.d by
presenting him with '.,. 1 A,:tiful
jewel of Rotary as an t.r, ;::ii of
the entire Rotary Club. l.Br n re-
sponded as eloquently. irt the
club that he could h:, ..,ing
had it not been for i. v. i ui co-
operation of the entire i,:.u.1,.r-Lip.
Rotary Anns Frat ,i (ir'.ri. lBes-
sie Nagel, Emma .Millii :r and
Estelle Briggs Vnt,!':i. '. ,ith
beautiful songs. Tiny we're. .inm-
panied by Rotary Ann lity' K:,irer.
Harry has long been '.,t,,( i :..! the
finest acompanist who h:,- ,v, r i,,en
in Fernandina and her reptu't'. .i dlid
not suffer Monday night.
Rotary Ann Melhia Swhina:, .ave
one of her most anlusing r:.,:':ags
and Louie Hirth, Fritz ll,,.. Pat
Kelly, Raymond Nolan, Harrt Mal-
linckrodt and Ed Garvin w.-r,. .iled
on for short impromptu sp .clihes.
There is something in the s.:r nt of
Rotary that seems to bring <,.t the
best in one. particularly the slir:t of
reparte, and these speeches kept the
guests in an uproar.
The principal event of the e.ven-
ing was the presentation of a I,.unti-
ful walking cane with gold handl- to
Mr. D. 11. Ground, and a gold -lt
buckle and watch fob to Mr. T. J.
Shave as tokens of appreciation uf
the club for the wonderful work of
these two county commissioners
since they have held office.
Con Cassidy, in a few fitting words,
spoke of the pride the people of Fer-
nandina and Nassau county felt in
our new road and in all the work of
the five county commissioners, stress-
ing the point that no county in the
State had a finer board, and proposed
that a unanimous vote of apprecia-
tion be extended to the three absent
commissioners, L. L. Owens, H. M.
Murrhee and II. S. Higginbotham.
Mr. Ground responded for himself
and Mr. Shave, thanking the club for
the expressions of appreciation, as
well as for the beautiful gifts.
The evening's entertainment and
the banquet prepared and served as
only Al Simon can serve, was voted
the best the Rotary has had yet.
After singing "Good Night, Ladies"
the party dispersed, each Rotarian
feeling that the club was to be con-
gratulated on its choice of a succes-
sor to l'yron Brooks, for no one
could have begun this year's work
with more enthusiasm or determina-
tion to make each meeting a contin-
ued success than President Louis
Goldstein.


UNCONSCIOUS MAN FOUND
BY ROAD NEAR CALLAHAN

Callahan. M a y 29. Theodore
Kanner, of Miami, was found by a
passing motorcycle officer at 10
o'clock this morning by the side of
the Dixie highway, about a half mile
south of Callahan, in an unconscious
condition. He was taken to a nearby
farm where medical aid was adminis-
tered and he regained consciousness
later in the day.
The young man could tell but little
of his plight and is only certain of the
fact that he was on his way to Miami
on foot to join his father, and that
he lost consciousness. An attending
physician expressed the opinion that
he was the victim of an attack of
epilepsy and in falling was stunned.
He is slightly paralyzed on one side.
The young man will be cared for
here until he is able to proceed on his
way to his home in Miami.-Florida
Times-Union May 30th.

SHRIMP BOAT SINKS

John R. Hardee, Jr., had the mis-
fortune to lose another shrimp boat
early this week, when the Magnella II
sprung a leak. when off the St. Johns
bar and beyond the sea buoy, and
sank in thirty feet of water. The
crew, consisting of Clifford Ricchio
and another colored man, were forc-
ed to don life preservers and take to
the water. The incoming side wash-
ed them upon Talbot Island after be-
-. ...... k.... .an drift-


turuic, Cul" flin, aniU ensuing Fri-
day, June 10th:
Saturday. June 4th-High 12:01
p. in.; low. 5:56 a. m., 6:04 p. m.
Sunday, June 5th-High, 0:16 a.
m., 12:51 p. m.; low, 6:46 a. m.,
7:00 p. m.
Monday, June 6th:-High, 1:04 a.
m., 1:43 p. m.; low, 7:38 a. m., 7:57
p. m.
Tuesday, June 7th-High, 1:53 a.
m., 2:39 p. m.; low, 8:29 a. m., 8:54
p. m.
Wednesday, June 8th-High, 2:47
a.m., 3:.36 p. m.; low, 9:19 a. m.,
9:49 p. m.
Thursday, June 9th-High, 3:43
a. m., 4:30 p. m.; low, 10:06 a. m.,
10:42 p. nm.
Friday. June 10th-High, 4:38 a.!
m., 5:20( p. m.; low, 10:53 a. m.,
11:33 p. m.
There are usually two high and
two low tides each day. Tides fol-
low the moon more closely than they
do the sun, and the lunar or tidal
day is nearly an hour longer than the
solar day. This causes the tides to
advance from day to day, and a tide
which has occurred near the end of
one calendar day will be followed by
a tide that may skip the next day and
occur in the early morning of the
third day. Thus on certain days only
a single high or a single low tide oc-
curs. In such cases it will be noted
that vacancies occur in the tide
table.

150 CASES OF WHISKEY
CAPTURED TUESDAY NIGHT'

Motor Boat V16357 came to grief
Tuesday night on her maiden voyage
as a rum runner, while hanging
around the *ntmrane to M-
Sound. The two rum chasers, one
from Fernandina and one from Jack-
sonville were patrolling the entrance
to Nassau Sound about 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday evening when they sighted
the above rum runner and closed in
on her from opposite directions, and
as the customs flag was run up a shot
was fired across the rum boat's bow
to command her to halt.
Instead of halting, the rum ship
jumped forward with "full speed
ahead" command, and the chase was
on.
The V16357 headed south from
St. Johns bar at 9 o'clock when shots
from the machine guns and rifles
which had been directed at her caus-
ed the crew's change of mind and
they heaved to surrender. During
the chase case after case of liquor
was thrown overboard and headed
downward toward Davy Jones'
locker in an effort to lighten their
rum boat to increase her speed.
Three men were taken into cus-
tody. giving the names of C. F.
"Slim" Johnson. 1620 Silver street,
Jacksonville, B. L. Anderson, Fort
Pierce; and C. Fletcher, Fernandina.
They were released under bond by
the United States Customs Commis-
sioners at Jacksonville.


About 150 cases of fine assorted
liquor was taken with the boat, which
was brought to Fernandina next day.
The Coast Guard boat from here
was in command of Chief Boatswain
Mate Andy Anderson, and those
aboard the boat operating out of
Jacksonville were H. G. Hopkins, W.
K. Gunn and G. S. Greenwood.
The V16357 is a brand new 55
foot launch equipped with a 300
horse-power Sterling engine, costing
approximately $25,000, the motor
alone being worth $7,000. This is by
far the finest rum chaser that has
been captured and brought to this
port, and was on her maiden trip in
the outlawed rum traffic. She is
now a bullet-riddled craft, awaiting
disposal by government officials.
She was owned by Jacksonville
parties, it is said.

COUNTY NORMAL
The County Normal, giving special
review work for teachers or prospec-
tive teachers, will be operated at
Hilliard, beginning July fifth and
continuing six weeks. This work will
be in charge of an experienced in-
structor who will give thorough drill
in the subjects on which examina-
tions are based. There will be no tu-
ition fees. All applicants for teach-
ing position, who have not had
high school or normal training or
who do not hold valid Florida certi-
ficates, will be expected to attend
this normal or some other that will
rive equivalent training.


FERNANDINA, FLA.. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1927


Volume 40-Number 27


MEASURE IS INTRODUCED PROVID-


Graduation


GIFTS
Priced to
Stress Unusual Value!


!Buhrer


Give her this
blue white
Diamond.- a
gift that will
show profit
by increase
In value.

$4375


17-Jewel

HAMILTON
In Green Gold Filled Case

$3350

This accurate, dependable
timepiece goes with his
diploma. It's a reward of
merit that he will appre-
ciate.


Other C


Dia
Wa
Toi

Jewe


For "Her"
mond Brooches, Wrist
tches, P e a r I Necklaces,
letware.


rift Suggestions


For "Him"
I anmond (Cuff links. Strap
Watches, Fountain Pen s,
Stone Rlings.


J. GEO. SL'HRER
FERoNANDIN. F


ierr


I)rulgllt


JUDGE BURGESS MARRIES TWO CASES UP BEFORE
TWO COUPLES FROM JAX JUDGE H. V. BURGESS
--Jud .e .--- .
Judge H. V. Burgts eon aturdAy. Douglass Kint, colored, was up be-
May 28th, united in marriage Mr. fore Judge IL. V. Burgess in county
Thomas Palmer and Miss Arietta court on Thursday. May 26th, on the
Simmons, both hailing from Jackson- charge of petit larceny. His case
Simmons, both hailing from Jackson- was tried i i convicted and fin-
ville. ed $25 and costs or :3o days in the
On Monday, May 30th, Judge Bur- gang.
gess was again called upon to per- Ben Jarksoii. colored. was arraign-
form the marriage ceremony, thlised the sainte !:ay. 'charged with petit
time the contracting parties being embezzlement,. He was released un-
Mr. George W. Andrews and Miss der $100 bond to appear at the regu-
Ada Spiller, both of whom claimn lar term of the county court, which
Jacksonville as their home port. will ie held in the next week or two.

A. W. JACKSON APPOINTED LOCAL FIRM OPENS UP
DIST. DEP. GRAND CHAN. A WAYCROSS, GA., BRANCH


A. W. Jackson, deputy collector in
charge of customs for the Port of
Fernandina, who was a delegate to,
the recent State convention of tlhe
Knights of Pythias, has had the hon-
or of being appointed District Depu-
ty Grand Chancellor for District No.
5, which comprises the counties of
Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, Putnam
and St. Johns. This is a distinct
honor for Mr. Jackson and Neptune
Lodge No. 37, K. of P., being the
highest office of the order with the
exception of the grand lodge officers.
It is needless to say that Mr. Jack-
son will acquit himself creditably and
do some worth while work for the or-
der.


REWARD
A reward of Ten Dollars will be
paid for information leading to the
arrest and conviction of any person
or persons who unlawfully mutilates.
disfigures or damages any of the
traffic highway signs along county
roads in Nassau county.
By order of the Board County Commissioners.

IEIE~IE~hIEEIEEE h nlh uluhlllluIII I,


The enterprising firm of Daven-
pirt-Brooks Corp. is branching out
tii cover more territory, for this week
Alr.-,rs. Brooks, Jackson and Miss
Ruth Morse spent several days in
Wayeross, Ga., where they establish-
eil a branch agency for the celebrat-
elI line of motor cars put out by the
(General Motors Co.

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that City
Registration Book will be opened
and kept open by the City Auditor
;:mi Clerk at his office in the City
Hall from nine o'clock a. m. until
twelve o'clock mi., and from two
,'clock p. in. until five o'clock p. m.
from the 1st dlay of June until the
Ist day of .iuly, 1927. Sunday ex-
cepted, for the registration of all
persons legally qualified to register
f' Iluly '1.. 1!'.27. and subsequent elec-
Iions. E. L. WOLFF,
City Auditor and Clerk.

Pull for Fernandina or pull out.

'll!lliHlllihhllhhlliUflIllllullhHihll lll HHill l l-


HOT WEATHER


CALl.s FOR


Cold DrinKs

and Ice Cream


GET 1 IiEM AT


Waas' Drug Store
q % h. A 4 A. --


E


ING FOR SOUTHEND TOLL BRIDGE

-0 BILL IS OF (;RE \T IM'ORT-
ANCE TO lERAN.
THE BAHAI MESSAGE N I C N .

io 0
'Abdu'l-Baha was married. lie had A companion ,.
four daughters, three of whoni have duced in the ..
families. Through his o.ume life thorize the I.. ,r
'Abdu'l-Baha as a devoted husbandtion to constr.,
and a loving father, taught a lesson to conr :
to the people of both the East and tain a toll bri, -. I>' l. *
the West. He taught monogamy, Island in Duv \. 1,:
land that woman should be man's in- land in Nass. .
tellectual, moral and spiritual conm- ed in the house. '. r*>,
panion as well the mother of h'' tatives P. Guy .. i \:
children. He taught in these days ,f and Lee M.. 11, ';, .
martial unrest that marriage. ti and Represt: '. l.>
bear the fruits of happiness and con- Nassau county.
tentment, should be founded upon a; The prop..,: .
spiritual basis and not alone upon a roads, caus\ ,. ,: :i v. i
physical one. shorten the di- Al .l r!:;'
'Abdu'l-Baha was an exile from his dina and ,IJ: :. iy
country for seventy years, and was miles.. The .'' i < intr,.l.
held in the fortress of Akka as a ed by Senato-r ..I \\. Way!,riz .
religious prisoner from 1868 until of Duval c(,,. :. 'rh c. 'n.'
the summer of 1908, when the Turk- rence of Sen:tt .. -. Stew:t
ish Constitution was established., of Nassau ct. .
With this political change of affairs! The bill \,,.. ,,*, t ,.,:
in Turkey he was freed from confine- any to constr,,. :. :in,! mai
ment and from military surveillance.. tain hard-s f: r''ni- :.
'Abdu'l-Baha expressed perfect causeways "' a ;Atd
manhood. The vigor of a fully de- necting with \ ,:. i .
veloped, intellectual and spiritual Highway. :an .ul ,.
power was apparent in his every free road. a' : : i:]. r n.,.
movement rot with this was a delih- north of that ':'l k'.' '


,1.'J Yt------L .........1a-
cacy, a sensibility and an intuition
manifested the inspiration that domi-
nated him. In him was all the dig-
nity and majesty of a king combined
'with the h kumblenoss of the servant


and upon his brow was the strength
and force of the ancient Mosaic
patriarchal type of man, counterbal-
anced by the gentleness of a child.
In contacting in spirit with the
soul of 'Abdu'l-Baha, and in realizing
his great love for humanity, it was as
though another and new dimension
were added to the soul of the visitant
seeker for truth, and old conditions
of doubt and uncertainty were re-
placed by poise and assurance.
'Abdu'l-Baha's mission was to teach
man to brinu tg& ae Qwi.he Kingdfm
into every day life and to manifest it
in every thought word and deed.
It is in the little things and the
numerous details of life that the test
comes in applying spiritual teachings.
:In the life of 'Abdu'l-Baha it was
through the seemingly small things
that his great spirit manifested itself
and went out with a penetrating pow-
er to the souls of those who allowed
themselves to come within the radius
of its activity. In his presence it was
as if a refreshing breeze, a spiritual
force, proceeded from his heart to
that of the seeker,-a mysterious
force carrying strength to the weak
and guidance to the strong.
'Abdu'l-Baha's every word, lho.k
gesture manifested his spirit, and
while this spirit was the most elus!i4-
and difficult of all this but wh.i
once one recognized it, it was th,.
most tangible of realities, for it Ok.-
the very essence of the light of '.,
soul of humanity proceeding ftr,
him who was the center of divide I f
and guidance.-Adv.

SHERIFF'S FORCES BUSY

Sheriff Andrew J. HIigginbt ,,thi.
and deputies are kept busy th.-se i...-
capturing moonshine liquor still-.
On May 20th they captured a
gallon still and 14 gallons tf i.t'
near Crackertown. R. .< .:.
white, in charge of operate. '
arrested.
May 24th, a 60-gallon -! .
captured, and four barrels
,was destroyed two miles '
Italia. No one in charge
tions, and no one arrested.
May 25th, a 60-gallon st. : -
gallons of moonshine liq. '
captured one mile southwest
N. A. and R. N. Green, wh: -
!operating it, and consequt .
Rested.
But last Saturday, May 2.s
"mamma" still was captured. f-
copper still of 250-gallon
Sixty-four gallons of m
liquor were also taken. This
located four miles southwest
die and was being operated :V.
Crews, white, who was tak
custody.

EVANGELISTIC BROTHERHOOD
The Evangelistic Brotherh,
the First Baptist Church of 1
dina will conduct services nex -
day, June 5th, at 3:30 p. m.,
Live Oak church. Team C
Judge H. V. Burgess. Sp -
Messrs. W. E. Adams, G. C. F
and Jas. A. Smith. Song I
Ashley Sanders.

CAKE SALE
The Woman's Bible Class


a


as llecksher .. in : g:
eral easterly '.. '.. S: w ,


(reek and t 1!
attil bridge-. ,
sau Sound ; :
point on Bi T
south bank of N
in a southeast.i r.\
tervening n :i!-r
Island; and th, :
rally paralliel!- !


anld its beach I ; Lt '. 1 -1 .
to a point on l:ik L ."'
George's Init."
The State !: io I Dtp:r' ,'-nt. .-
ing for the St:.tev. or -',,. lB,:ri l d .'
County C4,,w ,.sioner- f I tit i .,t i
county w \. ,. the riil t tI,' :,:
casMe thee l- -,' 1 4*nd lwrjiljr,' ;t.
any time f 't l, :;, n Iin .
for more than i\ ,. r-, ,
termination of siui,- ;; i ,.it v ,
period<. The purchli:i. ou,, l a
by ar:itration. Tl r fr.. :
termn- f purchase. would I :, !.
arbitri:tioil The piri. '.. f : i
tern: 'f purchli wo. i li I, '...
to ; ::.r ,a:l of the v o.ler.- t ....
y.. ', ie determined it ;t n < l :n, .
T-1- \v.'uld range froIm 1 t ., wi: '
f',r ,r,-.-estrians to three, ct- : nol.
it',r t.lnimobiles wvteig ;:i h t :,u.
_'.-i i,,.unds; four -nts a Inl!. fw-
\ *:'. :, *+ll s weighing Inf -r, :1 : ,
.'.,- .souids. four cint: :t .: ;a
'. ht for trucks- W ir!t :. '.
:, d a half a cent a r.: :, C r.
.. driven cow, hog, :
*. -n i. m stie animal.

FIRE CHIEF MAKES TRIP TO
I TIES INTEREST OF PUMtPER

Surrency. chief of ,, ,. ,,
.* ',f of the ( City of FV. rm, ::I:.
S.:.. on Tuesday from ; tr::, t,,
'y. Live Oak. Madi- n. 1.. -
'.Vildwood, Howe.. KI-'-. T:t
S t. Diora,. Maitlanid. \Wi.ter,-
tytolla, Sanford,. DP.-.ar:,; ::.l
.:ustine, which cities :al ,id ,+
-,-d to gather infornmatiton c,,n-
the operation anIrd min:tii .,-
'st of a pumper for th,. local
.* ,-r fire department having
ked by the city cmmis.-ion t,
:e trip as a ri -uit of a petition
>y : large number of ithe cit:-
king the con.rr -::-ion to Ip r-
larger truck and pum;.er c'nm-
o ird-r to iiv,,. tih, t 'ity better
,-,'tinm .
S rre-ntcy -1 to-- that all (,,
*' he .visited had Amerit-an
Spuimper.s with at captacitv
-* -- allons with the exc(pi,,n 0of
i. which operates : pumper
gallon -i;>a~aty, finting tha'
:iy% the highest salary ,,f ant
-ited to the driver of .
th.e driver drawing $1,75.f
*:'h. Eu.ti. has a hok ar!,l
V.-te-n. Snome of the. towr..,
paid drivers and members ,f
inteer fire departm-ent dri'.-
::rper, which seems to be a
:.imory arrangement. Salaries
from $100.00 to $17-,.00 p.'r
the $175.00 providing fi,r
.:tay at the fire station '2
.ily. Half of the towns visit-
*. no paid driver for their

-: the data gathered Chief SSur-
a- a proposition to submit to
v 'mmi..i,,n at its next met-e-
..ch he believes will solve the
and maintenance proposition
rnandina in thu. purchase of a

n mpar:ying Chief Surrency on
:. wre his wifee and Mr. and


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NOTICE
Notice I. hereby give tat t folwl desarithed lads or 0 much there
tice as wllhbernebres t pay toleuat. for taxes herein set oppeelte to
of as will be a to pay me t and sAvertisement will b" sold at
same, together with the cost of o ale an am g':. at Perna3elta,in the Conat
pubill. autelon on the 6th day of JuneA. a FiGGINBOTHA h
of Nassau. .L IAT Tax Collector.
dksu


DES4C31PIOX OF LA"D


All of
NEI of F81
SW of SW.
L.ot 1. 2. a-..-...-...........-
N% of NE4. N% of NWI%....
NW% of NW%
W%V (Less N of NWV;
SV4 of NE (Less 156A;
8% of S3 of SBE% ............
NE% of NI
N4 NE% of 8E%: N % of
1% of BE%: NW% of
Sv '4; N% of SW of
sv W% of NUE of
All t (Les- that deeded to
Otlir.si
s 2 : of SW% of SW%;
S\ q4 of SE of SW .....
S%: SW% of N%; S 2/3 of
SE of NEB&: SW%4 of
NXV 1.4 of NEB ; NW .....
NE', of NE%; NE of
SE' of NER ; N, of
NW\ of NE B; u8B of
NWV of NE%,
A ll o f ........ -....
SE'1 of NW%; NB%; 8B%
of \E% of NW%*; Lot 1.
2. :1. 4 .....................
SEH' of SE%; SW% of
SE 4 .....
S / o SW% f W of NW4:
W', of SW%.
SE', of NE%:;E% of SB1%;
Lot 2 and S% of 1............
Lots I to C W\i; Wti of SE%; Lot 2....
SE' 4 Lots 1 2. 3.6 5 and 8%
of 4 ...........
All or (Less SE% of 8. %)
El'. and NW .
All of (Less NW% of SI%)
NWi, of SW%: 8B% of
NW\'"; and all that part
of NE%* of NE% In Nas-
sa.tu County ......................
SE- % ,f NE%
S.4; SE% of NW%....... .......
S o ............ ....... ................
All of (Less SW% of SW_%)
NEL of NE% or N% of Lot
I .. ....... .... .. ..................
All i-t (Less NE% of SE%)-
All o(f (les 80 A) ...-....-------.--
SW 14 of S '14 .... ..................
NW% of SE% .......................
W'12 (Less NW %)...............
SEt, of SE4; SW% of

A ll of ..... ........... ... .....
A ll of ....... ............... ..
NW%, (Less NW% and
NW14 of SW%)
N% and all of NE% of
NEk, lying N. of R. R.;
All of NE% of SWK lying
N. of R. R.; All of Nw'
of SEV lying N. of R.
All i-rac. (Less NE% of
NEA of SW ) ....................


SE S ..................
SW% of SE% ..
S% of NE%, NE% of NEB
As L'es. In DB 39., Pg. 70. C
R ..............
WvI of NW% of NW% ....
Lot 10 for 1925 .... ......... ...
Lot 10 for 1926 .......

All of (Less 120 A. &43.ot
W ay) .-.........- .. .......
Lots ,. 9 ...........
Lots S. 15 ............-.-. .....1
l.ot I or N% of .....................
14;% of SW SW% of SE%
NW'% of S!.:' -...
NW 4 of NW'. NW' of
SW\" .--.. ... .
E ,,f NW .N \ of NES.,
SW 4 of SWI
S' of SW%. SE: ut aSWY
All of ..........
W% '.f SE'4
'8% of NE's
NE of NWA. NE'V of
NEW% -oW-------

BE% of SE'
SE'% of NW ........ ..........
E% of NE' ......
As Des. n DB 39. Pg. 6. C.
R ..... .................
NES of SE'%. or N%% of Lot

NW% of NE', ...
E% of NE .
S' of Lot 4 ... ......
N'i of Lot 4 ... .....
Lot 46 .....
S'i of NW'., of NW' .....
All of .. ..........
S% of SE'.- W% (less NE%
of NW .. ...........-...
E of NF'.. E of SE'4
S vt o SW'
W (Ij of N%'.SW'S(of SW%
NE4 of S ...........
SEVi of SN'
NE'.t of N:'. SE' .f NE
SE'I of NFEI, .
WI of N1 %0
l.ot 10


lI-t .2 ...
I...t 3".*
N'-, .f tls.s 2t1 Ai


Lots 45. 46, 47, 4S
l .,t 1 .
I.ot 20
Lot 36
l.ot 1
l.ots 22. "3
Lot 63 .....
Lot 44 ..
Lots 39. 40
Lot 41
Lot 62
Let 64 .
l.ot 31
Lot 8
Lot 40
.ots 1 2. 3. 4
l.ot 6:
l.,t 62
l.ot '1
l.ot 4
L.t 63
1.,t 15
l.o.t 5
l..t 47
l.,t 43
l.ot t;
l.ut3 s L, 3
I.ot 5t, r i ,
l.ot 5 .
l.ot 4. '

lots 3.2. 3; 3


l.,t 4.
Lot 3
l.o't .. ..
Lot 14
LIt 42
I.ot j ..-.
Lot 11 .

L.Lta 61. "2
l.uts l. 1:
loot 44
Lot 3s
Lotsa 1. .a:.
(Ltba 4 A)
Lot 3 ..
Lots 5. 6
All of ... ...


All of (Leas s -. A
Lot ;, _-


1 18 23
17 iS 23
18 1S 23
20 iS 23
21 IS !23

22 I 2-
22 IS 2.:


OWNER


;ii Bryce Bros. Co. ....-$
43 D. A. O'Co*nor...-.
4. Geo. L. Bryce &
Broad.
!1 Geo. L. Bryce &
Bros. ........ ..--
,,.I Bryce Bros. Co.---...-
.) Bryce Bros ....

*.) Mrs. W. C. Bryce....
40 Bryce Bros. ..........


Bryce Bros. ...........
Bryce Bros. .........
Mrs. W. C. Bryce....


26 IS "3


18 21
18 21


Bryce Bros. ............
Mrs. W. C. Bryce....


Mrs.
Mrs.


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31


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3

3
4
4


80
13
320
22
22
23
23
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10
10
11
11
12
15
21
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IN
IN
IN
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160
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81
80
58
160
80
200
120
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80
40
40
40
80
15
36
40
80
22
28
28
10
20
6
360
160
40
40
120
40
40
80
80
80
10
10
10
69
40
17
10
10
10
20
10
10
20
10
10
10
10
10
10
40
10
10
20
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
40
10
10

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
20
20
10
10
170



538
211

888


Bryce...
Bryce ...


Mrs. W. C. Bryce....
Mrs. W. C. Bryco....
Mrs. W. C. Bryce...
Mrs. W. C. Bryce ....
Mrs. W. C. Bryce....
Mrs. W. C. Bryce....
Mrs. W. C. Bryce....


Mrs. W. C. Bryoe....
Mrs. W. C. Bryce....
J. S. Reynolds.......
J. S. Reynolds........
J. S. Reynolds........
Mrs. W. C. Bryce....
Saucer & Company
Saucer & Company
L. N. Rewls.........
J. S. Reynolds.......
Lee Guest...............
Bass Development
Co.
Bass Development
Co.
Bass Development
Co.
Bass Development
Co. ..... ..................
Robert T. Hassel-
ton ...... ................



Saucer & Company
Wood Investment
Co. ........................
J. H. Button............
Unknown ...............
Unknown ...............

B. V. Conner ........
0. H. Stokes and
Bmpire Land Co.
0. LH. Stokes and
Empire Land Co.

J. IL. Sutton .
B. B. Cox .....
W. H. Pringle, Jr.
G. L. Bryce ........
Bryce Bros. ...........
G. L. Bryce .. ....
0. L. Bryce ..........
R. A. Hicks ..........
Sale & Armstrong
Mrs. S. E. Smith .
R. 1>. Crews .
Herbert Gordon ....
Herbert Gordon ..
R. D. Crews --
Herbert Gordon ..
Herbert Gordon
J. E. Allen -..
J. W. Crews. Heirs
of
R. D. Crews ............
J. E. Allen .......
J. W. Crews. Heirs
of
R. D. Crewe .....
T. J. Lyon ............
W. H. Crews ..........
0. C. Williams ......
G. C. Williams ......
L. T. Nelson -.....
D. 0. Conner .....
J. J. N. Conner ........
G. C. Williams .--
0. C. Williams ......
0. C. Williams ....
0. C. Williams --.
J. B. Pittman .......
Dean Haddock ........
Tompkins Jewelry
Co.
E. Poffinberger......
H. M. Harris .........-
Hklliar. Turpen-
tine Co. .........
L. F. Swope ...........
J. M. Daniel .......
W. W. StatUen ........
H. H. Hyde
Chas. F. Rocke .....
W. H. Wood ..-...
Unknown .. ............
Mrs. E. R. Stewart
Levi Jacobs ...-
L. E. Jacobs --....
L. Nelson --
Unknown ......-
Lerol Hartsough-.
H. A. Krog --.....
Campbell & Davis
H. Miller ........
D. F. Slnhour ...
C. A. Ctween .......
0. E. Glasco .........-
C. A. Chaleen .......
W. I. Snail ...........
C. A. Chaleen ...
Fred H. Moore ........
J. D. Fink -.....
R. J. Dye ..........
George J. Gants ....
Mrs. John Grey ....
Unknown ...............
Unknown ......
Unknown .....
Unknown ...........
F. J. Cunnlngham..
II. A. Woolenweb-
ber
C. A. Chaleen ......
Morris Agar ..........

Laura Deameir -
R. H. Mcintosh
K. Padroski .....
Mrs. A. B. Hale
Wmn. Shaughennee-
sy
C. C. Devrles e -
Campbell & Davia
Tompklns Jewelry
Co.
A. C. Buckman .--
Mrs. Annie 8tehr _
L Lindgren ......
LH. A. Goal*ls ..-
Herbert Gordon -
Herbert Gordon -
Abram Adolph -E
C. LC. & A. E.
Da. rner & ....
J. zn ls -..........


71.01
5.96
6.26
23.90
18.09
4.86

3.25
11.47



52.37
48.71
4.89

62.29


10.17
71.01

63.89
8.73
13.22
18.19
33.37
48.43
47.14
53.67
$6.60


13.82
5.49
29.59
16.41
80.30
4.74
61.30
66.31
4.44
8.43
4.44
16.71

8.73
64.59
$3.10

13.02



42.55

32.18
30.38
4.44
12.42

11.08
4.74
4.74
44
63.12
8.43
11.92
6.44
16.71
8.73
20.70
22.90
64.29
8.43
8.43
8.73
12.93
4.44
4.44
8.43
5.74

4.55
4.44
8.43
3.74
3.44
1.46
2.45
.95
36.66
16.41
7.94
4.44
12.42
4.44
5.44
8.43
20.40
15.41
1.75
1.45
1.45
6.74
4.44
2.45
1.45
1.456
1.465
2.45
1.45
1.45
3.44
1.45
1.456
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
4.44
1.45
1.45
2.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
145
1.45
1.45
1.45
145


4.44
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.75
4.44
1.45
1.45
L45
1.45
1.45
1.45
1.75
1.45
1.45

1.75
3.45
2.45
1.45
1.46
17.71
4.44
21.70
64.12
..45


DESCRIPTION OP LAND .

t o
m e


Lot 67 ... 33 4N 2
Lot 58 ..... ........... .... 33 4N 2
Lots 69 and ........3............. 33 4N 2
Lots 41. 42 :14 4N 23
Lots 45. 46. 47., 48 .. ......... :14 4N 2
Lot 2 Gov. Sur. (Less 9 A).... 6 4N 2:
Lot 1 .... ............. ........ 36 4N 2
As Dea siin B 22, Pg. 289...... :7 4N 2:
N% of :38 4N 2:3
All of ....... ... ............ 41 4N 2:
lok 1. Lots 1 2 .................... 43 4N 3
Lot : .. ... ...... 43 4N
All of. ....... 44 4N :
All of .... ................. :17 N 2:
Si of S.:. of NR%4................ 4 13 2
li.t 6. lry.'evillh ............. 19 18 2
SKEY of SWV. Still, Etc. ...... 19 IS 2
All of (Less NE t of NW%
of NI:4 ) .............. 29 1S 2
Hlock 4. Lot S12 of 5 ............ :0 1S 24
Illock 12 and El' of E%...... 30 IS 24
As Des. in DB 13. Pg. 286.... ::0 IS 2
NW% of :1i 18 2
Sof S' 4 ............... .. 1 IN 2
Lot 13:is .............. ................... 2 IN 2
t 1351. ....... ................. .2 IN 4
Lots 13,;4, 1365 ..... .......... 2 IN 2
Lot 1:143 2 IN 2'
All of .. .. 5 1N 2

S, o of SW\4. NEK of SW34 6 IN L2
NW% % .............. 7 IN 24
Lot 45 ......... ..... 11 IN :L
Lot 1: .. ............... 11 IN 2
Lot 31 II 1N 2
Lot 58 (l.Pss 1 A) -................ 11 IN 2
Lot 18 ..... .... ................. 11 IN 2
Lot 42 ....... .... 11 IN 24
Lots 41. 55. 5;. 67 ................... 11 IN 2
TOWN O' CRAWFORD.
Lots 95. 96
Lots 106. 107 ......
Lot 131 .. .. ........
Lots 139. 140 ..............


Lot 146 ......
Lot 148 .............
Lot 150 .
Lots 158, 159
Lot 179 .
Lots 181. 2 .... ..............
Lot 183 .......................
Lot 207 .. .............
L ot 272 ... ..... ..................
Lots 290. 291 ..... .......... .......
Lots 319. 320 ......... ...............
Lots 485, 486 .................
Lot 495 .................. ..............
Lot 512 ..
Lot 513 ............... ..............
Lots 563. 564 .........................
Lots 678, 579 ....... .............
Lots 606. 607 ......................
Lot 707 ............................. .
Lots 727, 728, 729 .............
L ot 761 .............. .......... ....
Lots 806. 807. 808. 809. 810.
811. 812. 813 .... ......... ..
Lots 816. 817. 818, 819. 820
L ot 840 ................ ...............
Lots 858. 859 .........................
Lots 874, 875 ........................
L ot 878 .... .............................
Lots 879, 880 ............... .
Lots 899. 900. 901. 902. 903.
Lots 918. 919 .........................
Lots 943. 944. 945
Lot 947 ................ .
Lots 954, 55 ..........-........
Lot 956 ...... .. .........................
Lots 957, 958. 959. 960. 961.
962 ... .... ............ ................
Lots 968. 90 ...............
Lot 970
Lots 988. 989
Lots 990. 991
Lots 1003. 1004. 1005. 1006.
1007. 1008. 100:O. 1010, 1011.
1012. 1013
Lot 1016 ...........
Lot 1017 ...
Lot 1020 .......................... ...
Lot 1033
Lot 1049
Lot 1067 ..........
Lots 1091. ie3. 1093. 11164....
Lots 1095. 1096. 1097. 1098. .
Lots 1091. 1100. 1141. 1102.
1103. 11"4. 105, 11o6, 1107
Lot 1108 ........ .............
Lots 1112. 1113. 1114. 1116.
1116. 1117. ills. 1119. 1120.
1121. 1122. 1123. 1124. 1125.
1126. 1127. 1128. 1129. 1130.
1131. 11:12. 113: ...........
Lots 11:34. 1135 .......
Lots 1136, 1137, 1138 ........
Lots 1139. 1140. 1141. 1142.
1143. 1144 ................
Lots 114W .. 114: .............
Lots 1147, 114, I14J. ............
Lot 1154 .............. ....... .......
Lots 1155. 1156. 1157
Lots 1158. 1159 ...
Lot 1161 ..............
Lot 1162 ......
Lot 1163 ........ .......
Lot 1218
Lot 1258 ...............
NW4 of NWV NW% of
sw % ....................
SW%4 of NW '. and In DB 7.
Pg. 195. (o. Rec. .
E % of SW,. SW4 of SW'%
A ll of ... ...... -.........................
All of ..
A ll o f .. .................... .............
NE% of NE% ......
8% of NW% of NW'% .. ...
N% of NW% of NW%. SW%
of NW .......
E of N ....... ......... ...
N E 4 ..... ....... .. ....... .
Lots 1278. 1379 ....
Lot 1292 ........... ..
Lot 1296 ......-
Lots 1298. 1306
NE1. NE'M of SE4%
NW% 'of SE% .... ... ..
A ll of ...... ....... ....... ... ...-
W,% of NW%, SE'% of SW%.
NE% of NEVA N1 of S%
of NE%, SE' of SW% of
NE'4. SE% of SE% of
NEVt -'S -- -- -----
NW% W of SE% ...........
NW\ of SW%, S% of
8SW NW % .........----..-
S S; of N (Less N% of
1W1 of NW%) ................--
Lot 4 ..............- -
NES of NWP4. for 1925 .....
NEI of NW% ,. for 1926 ..----
All of ........ ..... -
W%. NE ..... .....
N E ............. ... ..
Lots 11, 12 ---
As Des. in DB 9. Pg. 78. C.
R -.......-- .--- ----- ----
L ots 53. 64 -- ---------------- ------------
Lots 55. 56 ....

Lot 62 ............ ..-..---...
L ot 48 .... ...... .................
Lot 38 ................... ..
Lots 33. 34. 35. 36. 37 -.. -
N'. SW' .....................
NW14 ..... .... .. ..........--
N j of NW%. SW% of
N W Sw .........................
NE'4 of SE% of SE .
E f NE%. SW'1 of NE.
Sof S ofSE E', SE '
of SE'S of SENE. W% of
SE .............................
NW'S of SW'S
S of SES .
E of SE'4 of NE' of
N E '4 .. ........ ...
SW' of NW%. E% of
NW' of SW% .. ...........-.
N' of NE' .............. ......
NE'% of NW ........ .
S' of N, NW of NW%.
N of SW%. SE oft
SE' of NE NE' of
SE~4. W% of SE'. SE'
of NE' of NE ...........-


27 2N 24


28


All of ....-.............. .- ---.- ----.. 29
All of ....-.......- 32
All of (Lees N% of NE').... 33
N4 of NEU SW of NE'% 34
NE% of SWI of IW% ..... 36
W% of NW% of SWI ........- 36


----9 4 IIA I "BU-O


OWNER


10
10
20
20
40
29
10
40
160
12t,"
20
10
62
40
4
40

310
7
164
24
319
40


20
10
6:32
120
160
140
10
10
10
10
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Weller &
.Mrsz Mary
Weller &
Weller &
Weller &
A E. Fox
* Weller &
-. -V I. Les
' J. l). Lcis


McClure
Fry .....
McClure
McClure
McClure


J. D. Leis ...............
H. A. Devaux ..........



J. D. Lei .................
J D. Leis ........
H. A. Devaux


10
10
80
46
5.32
6440

640
40
20
60
80
160
20
10
10
20
2010
40
640



220
240
280
460
130
40
40
640
480

2
500
20
20
10
10
10
50
480
160

280
10


230
40
80
10
61
80
40

320

170
640
636
5567
120
10


J. D1) Leis .................
II. A. Devaux .......
J. D. Lets ...............
H. A. Devaux
J 1I. Leis
H1. A. Ilevaux .
J. I. L. 1.4
I. A. Devaux ...
11. A. Cook .......
Weller & McClure
J. Pringle ....
Kince Higginboth-
Hltcer & GuptAon...
.1. l Pringle .......
B:Hikr & Gupton....
Baker & Gupton.....
Baker & (upton
H. .er & Gl;pton.
I., ker & ;uiptun
%;.' or -` GCot ton
Haker & Gupton....
T J Anderson .
-" W K Anderso[
K Jones .... ..
Jean M. Barnett
E. E. Cox. Trustee
Unknown

Baker & Gupton



K. E Cox ........
G. L Bryce ..
Baker & Gupton.
E. E. Cox .......
J. Q. Whittemore.
W. G. Fewox .....
W. G. Fewox ..
Mo. State Life Ins.
C o. .. .... ....
Mo. State Life Ins
Co .
W W Hodges
G. L. Emerson ..
W. W. Hodges .
P. T. Oslerhoff .. -
G. Bassenger .....
G. Spellman -
Tompkins Jewelry
Cu.
Tompkins Jewelry
(. F. Walker .
Mo. State Life Ins.
Co.
Mo State Life Ins.

Mo State Life Ins.
Co .
W J. HIillman Co.


W. J. Hlllman Co
J. J. Hagin ..
S. Mullins ..
James Braddock ..
0. 0 Cowart .... ..
Sherd Muller ...
D. D. Melson .... ..-

D. D Mels-n

W. J. Mansfield. J.
P. Ellerson ...
Mo. State Life Ins.
Co. --- .
Mo State Life Ins.
Co.
Mo. State Life Ins.
Co.-..-.
Unknown
Henry Barber ...-.
Unknown ...


1.75
1.75
5.44
41.43
16.71

28.98
1.45


24.29
15.41
8.43
9.81
16.85
8.43
4 44

33 03


18.31
64.69
6406
66.61
1142
6.49
2.57


DESCRIPTION OF LAND


Block
Block
Block
Block
Block
Block


307. Lot 33 ............
311. Lot 30 ... ..............
311. Lot 14 .....
313. Lot 6
314. Lot IS ..........
317,. Lots 16. 17 .


Block 318. Lot 9
Block 319. Lot 17
Block 319, Lot "'1


Block
Block
Block


320. Lot 2 ..................
320. Lot 15 ..
322. Lot 16 ....


Block 323. Lot 26


A. J. Harden .........
F. Zwiener ............
A. J. Harden .....-
Mrs. Frank Hol-
yoke .............
Unknown ..........
J. D. Knight ... -
II. E. Martin ........
Herbert Gordon
L. P. Nelson ............
Bishop N. S. Thom-
as .... ...... ........
Rudolph l.ubltz ....
J. F. McMahal ........
C. L C. Burner .
Bishop N. S. Thom-
as .. ..........
S. M. Hicks ......
W. R. Adams ......
Geo. L. Bryce &
B ros. ......... .. .....
Oeo. L. Hryce ...
W. R. Adams ..........
Geo. L. Bryce ....-.
Mrs. W C Bryce.
Mrs. W. 0 Bryce..
M. M. Carroll .......
Jos. A. Miller ......
Willie A. Under-
wood .. ..
R W.P roitzheim.
DIr. I.. Spilter ........
Mo. State Life Ins.
Co .
J. H. Sutton ..... .
J. H. Sutton --.. .
Mrs. Mary Fry .
C. L. Smith .
Irby W. Worrall....
W. J. Ryals .......
Jos. A. Miller ...
F. C. Merkle
W. J. Ryals

Mrs Mary Fry ......
P. M1. Barrett
Dr L. Spilter .
.Mrs. Mary E.
Greenwood .......
II. A. Cook .......
II. A. Cook .. ...
Mt. '. Barrett ........
II. A. Cook .... .......
Weller & McClure
W. J. Schubert ....
14 A. C'ok ......
C. I'. leeler ..
It. C. Rugge .
Mrs. P. A. Ashton..
Jos. A. Miller ..........
Joa. A. Miller ... ...-
Weller & McClure
Grace McLardle ....
O(race McLardle ....
Jos. A. Miller
Mrs. F. A. Alston ..
Jos. A. Miller ..
Weller & McClure
M rs I. l'ell .. ..
W. A. Unrderwood.
J. D. Leis .
J. D. ..is
Weller & McClure
\Iler & McClure
Weller & McClure
I.uella (:. Anderson
t'. ;. Anderson ....
o E Stutsman ......
I ai.syv M. larnar-
tus ......
Weller & McClure
Weller & McClure
Weller & McClure
Mrs. Mary Fry ......
Weller & McClure
It A. Devaux .. ..
Weller & McClure
Jos. A. Miller .......
Weller & McClure


1.46
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2.45
2.75
4.44
8.93
1.45
4.44
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250.13
5.44
1.95
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7.24
18.09
3.21
29.41
138.56
5.06
68.05
3.21
172.85
12.53
1.65
1.95
2.87
1.65
63.59
12.42
16.36
1.45
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460. Lot 5
461. lk.t 26
462., Lot 27
466, Lot 27
469. Lot 6
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470. Lot 17 ..-
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476. Lot 21
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482. L l.'t 16.
482. Lot 20 ..
487 I.ot 16 ...
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of NW\V


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TOWN OP HILLIARD.


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Block 10. Lots Eli of 4
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Block 20. Lots NE of 3. N
of 4
Block 23, Lot 4
Block 24. Lots 1 & 4
Block 37. Lots 2, 3 .. .....
Block 57. Lots 16, 16 ....
Block 57. ._ot I .-
Block 62. ..ot 1 ............
Block 64., ots 1. 2. 3 ..
Block 64. ..ot 4 ....- .......
Block 91., ot 6 .........
Block 91. Lots 1. 2 ..
Block 92. .ots 2. 3. 4. .7, I
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Block 92, Lot I1...........
Block 93. Lots 6. 7, 8. 9
Block 93. Lot 2 ..
Block 94. Lot 14 .
Block 96. Lots 9. 10. 11
Block eis. Lot 14 .
Block Si. Lot 17 ....
Block 100. Lots 2. 21 ..
Block 100. Lot 8 .. .......
Block 101, Lot 8 .........
Block 101,. Lot 3 ..
Block 102. Lot 23 -
Block 102. Lot 6 ......
Block 105. Lots 10. 11 .
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J. D Knight
Maria Manser
Chase Wixson ....
CP L C. Burner
Mrs. Ruth S. El-
blom ... -*-
J T Weimar .
F. Korets ._......

Unknown
M HI. Sikes -
John Blake ......"
Fannie Bacon
Richmond Bry&nt .
t C Lloyd
C. C. Lloyd -
Sam Rosenberi :..
A E Burner "
Sam Rosenberg
i- L. Speight .-
P.chmond Bryant.
1. VanAntwerp _
'- H. Hendrlcks


327, Lot 30 ..........
328, Lots 10. 11. 12
328. Lots 22, 24 ..
329. Lot 2:3 ............
334. Lot 24 .................
33 Lot 22 .. ........
331. Lot 33 ....................
331. Lot 2
332. Lot 19 ... .. ...
332. Lot 15 ...
333. Lot 3 ..............
334. Lot 10 ......
337. Lot 16 ......
338. Lot 25 .....
338, Lot 26
344, Lot I ...
346. Lot 8 ..........
347. Lot I ... .....
348. Lot 25 .....
348, Lots 29. 30
348. Lots 8. 22 ..
349. Lot 18 ............
351. Lot 4 ........ ... ....
352. Lot 29 .....
353. Lot 16 ..--...
355. Lot 9
357. Lot 5 .........
357. Lots 18. 19 -----
360. Lots 22. 27 ...
363. Lot 7 ......
364. Lot 14 ..
364, Lot 7 ................
367. Lot 27. for 1924 _
367. Lot 27, for 1925 ..
367, Lot 27. for 1926 ..
369. Lot 15 ...
370, Lot 6 .... ..
374. Lots 29. 30 ...
375. Lot 21 -
375. Lot 3 ..
375, Lot 22
377. Lot 7
377. Lot 13 .......
379, Lot 8
380. Lot 29 ........
380, Lot 2h .. ......
381. Lot 15 ..... ...
341. Lot 16
382. Lot 30 ............
383, Lot 1 ............
338, Lot 4
397. Lot 16 ..... .......
398, Lot 27 ........-..-
398, Lot 23 ......
400, Lot 2 .........
400. Lot 13 .............
402. Lot 2 ...... -.
403. Lot 26 .......
403. Lot 22 ..........
403. Lot 20 ... .. .. ...
405. Lot 5 ..... ...
405. Lot 18 .... ...... ....
406. Lot 24 ...- -
406. Lots 13. 19 .......
411. Lot 26 ............. .
412. Lot 14 ..................
414. Lots 24. 25 ..... ....
414. Lot 15 ................. .
414. Lot 6 ........ ..........
416, Lot 11 .............
416. Lot 14 ..............
416, Lots 29. 30 ... .
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L 424, Lot 31 ........... .
425. Lot 29 ...............
425. Lot 17 .........
k 427., Lots 29. 30 .........
k 428. Lot 19 ......... ........
k 430, Lot 31 .................
k 430, Lots 9. 10 ..... .
k 432. Lot 28 ........ ..
k 433, Lot 7 ..................
k 433., Lot 26 .. ..... -
k 433. Lot 30 ..............
k 434., Lot 29 .........
k 434, Lots 25, 27 .
k 435, Lot 1 .. .
k 435. Lots 24. 25
k 436. Lot 4 .. .....
k 438. Lut 30 .....
k 439, Lot 15 ..
k 440. Lot 8 ...
k 442. Lot 28 ........ ..
k 445. Lot 26 ..
k 449. Lot 17
k 450. Lot 29 -


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11 L Culver 7
SA Chaleen : ... .65
H Paris- -._1.... 66
A 11 SteOin .7!
-hWder f& li" 1."
if A Peteraon. .5
J F Bradley_ "
A .mlithberg "
.; x National .0
iank .........
A I Breea -_-_ 1.5
:. Anderson .. -.75
'.Anderson ...... .75
I W. Blake ...- .76
Henry Waldt .. .76
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i. A. Carpenter
" 1_ Carr -- ....
A J- Smith. Mgr.
H. I. Scott ........
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Nasau Realty De%
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tUnknown ---.
iI. Young ...........
Mr'. A. F.Schroe-
der
W. Lund .-.....
I). A. Lange
Nassau Realty Dev.
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Mrs. Cha". Hind-
man ----. ..
L. J. Auteao
B. W. Bennett ...
A. 0. Bendixon
Mrs. Ella J. Pooler
T. M. Lison
John W. Stebbtna
0. C. Harrison
j. Barsoda ....
Nassau Realty D)ev.
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Oeo. L" Thompso'
Harry L. Butz
Mrs. CorV Wood
V. A. Niles -
J. W. Harry .
Mrs. L. S. Stores
Mrs. Mary E. ElI
lenberger
A. L. Garland .
0. D. Wynkoop .
A. W. Mot Atty .
Mrs. L V. Sager
Unknown ......
A. L. Caylor ......
W. N. Brady ...
k. A. Hanley .. .
Ge. Granville ..
H. A. Beadle ..
Mrs. Laura Nhicld
Mrs. Sarah Darling
P. H. Davis .
A. M. Simm ...
F. A. Jackson
Mrs. A. G Doole)
John A. Crawford.
John A. Crawford
John A. Crawford
C. H. Doollttle
Lena E. Aomns,.n
Francis Most
H. J. Root ..
Mrs. Minnie lodge
A. J. Forse
R. A. Young
0. E. Bngham .
Maude Johnson .
E. S. Qoodwin
W. J. Burning .
Mrs. William Dyer
L. 0. Friedman
Louis Pelliener .
Burton Scheldt
Nick Johns ...
Mrs. B. W. Morris
Mrs. S. Terwilllger
Nellie FP. Johnson,
A. E. Bennett ...
E. D. Binke ...
John Baird
Nassau Realty Dev.
Co. .... ..
Fred 0. Shertf
Mrs. Prank Hartley
R. E. Carncro.ss
Mrs. L C. Hoover.
Nassau Realty Dev.
Co. .... ............
A. B. Dry as .......
Charles B. York .
Nassau Realty Dev.
Co.
Unknown ...
E. G. Rohr ..............
W.H Burer .......
Win. Wl la ........ :
J. P1. Ryan ..............
E. T. McGee & Son
C. F. Read .......
Frank Kennedy
K M. Shuta .............
Wrm. (. ok. Atty.
J. H. eiFn .o ...
Leo R. Wale ......
Mrs. Chae. McCul-
I. L Fsher .
Unknown..........
Thomas H. Quinn.-
Mrs Nehs .......
L McCarty .......
0. T. Gronau..
Mrs. E. F.' Thomas
W. L Green.........
J. D. Weinkouf
Nassau Realty Dev.
Co.
R. E. Logue ......
Mrs. Couple Davis..
Mrs-. Art Frenah.
G. W. Illbrook .."'.
Mrs. S. E. Smith
W. -. Frank ...
R. H. Bresler- .
Clarence Prentice.
Mrs. Emma Sch-
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Cohen & Perkins.
Nassau Realty Dev.
Co.............
A. 0. Gunder"..
S. A. Haines.
Chas. E. Speckein..
A. ney .........
Oliver I M. North
Wm. Bresbin.
F. P. M ay ............
H.kJ.sim ..
Mrs. C. B. Moore.
EE..Rom&
Oeo. D. Elliot .
W B. Jenkinas .
A. M. Jergen .
Chase. Shegene
Mrs. AggLe MT -

Oeo HE. Sturdy .
Fred 0. Felt:
P. Cirello
R. Brown .::
1. J. Perkin.

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Dr. W. L. Holey :
Unknown
J. D. Knight
Donald Davis ".
Sioux Nat' Bank..
A P. Brennan.
A. Smlthberg ...
Mrs F L. Tryon ..
Mrs Ella W. Peas-
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PHONE 18


. c \IER STREET


PHONE No. 30

About



Insurance


W. S. WHITNEY


Office First Floor Waas Building


Opposite Post Office


THE DUTIES OF THE STATES has about 10 times as much work as
it can do. If the citizens of the var-
(;ov. Ritchie. of Maryland, ~,h ois ious states would take more interest
regarded as a prominent presidential in getting needed legislation through
candidate, is dwelling in his addresses their own state governments, the
on the necessity for more local s'lf buck would not have to be passed
g(overnncnt. lie w ants the people to Congrers >o- frequently.
to look more to their state gsov, i
menets to settle their problems. DOG LICENSE DUE
SManyv citizens of all political par- ---
ties agree with this idea. Congress Dog license for fiscal year is due
and must be paid promptly to City
Treasurer and Collector at his office,
r. city building, Ash and 2nd street. or
L. GRUNWALD to Chief of Police Surrency.
J. FRED LOHMAN,
Optometrist and Master City Treasurer and Collector.
Optician -
All IrfecS of Vision selrenlfl- I If the cotton is not growing fast
rally orrected enough, gixe it a side dressing of a
nitrogenou- fertilizer.


Hotel Calida


CALLAHAN, FLORIDA


Dining Room Now Open !
(24 Hour Service) :


Sunday and Week Days
Chicken Dinners, 75c
SPECIAL
Chicken Dinners, $1.25

ON THE DIXIE HIGHWAY


:. J. Q. WHITTEMORE
.*, Pi op ietor
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NASSAU COUNTY LEADErn FFRNANDINA. FLORIDA


'11111


FrWlay. Juae 3, 1927


to keep,, and for meats. Pressure
cookers vary in size and price from
$10 to $36. Pressure cookers save
fuel, time and energy. They are easy
to operate and the cooker may be'
used for cooking as well as for can-
ning.
The steam-pressure cooker or can-
ner is safest for vegetables because
of the high temperature attained.
But, if the water bath or wash boil-
er method has been used successfully
for years, it is safe to recommend
that this method be continued, pro-
vided the worker exercises care and
cleanliness in her operations.
Shallow trays, pans, bowls, meas-
uring cups, vegetable brushes and
spoons are needed for grading, sort-
ing and washing. A colander or sieve
is needed for washing and draining
berries.
Sharp paring knives for peeling
and cutting and a silver knife for
the fruit that discolors with the use
of steel.
Jar fillers, funnels and flexible
wooded or metal spatulas are all
great conveniences in filling jars and
bottles. Some sort of jar lifter is es-
sential, or a wire basket that makes
it possible to lift a large number of
jars in and out of canner at one time.
These baskets can be made at home
or by a tinner, at small expense.
Containers to Use in Canning


GIl
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top,
seals
Al
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jar &
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WHEN YOU ARE


HUNGRY


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ab]
Waffle Shop tolpdal.
"It's the Next Beat place to Home For Ladies &ad GentlemOu" toc
pol

Besides -serving Hot Waffles at any hour of the day or niglat, notrC
Ue serve the best of Regular Meals and Short Orders at very gei
reasonable prices.
be

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WE RHIRD PIMPLE FOR $7.00 PER


HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES RURAL COMMON SENSE

Saving the Surplus By Spuds Johnson
Food is the biggest item of ex- Although Florida farmers generally'
pense in the home. Canning the sur- planted more feed and forage crops
plus from the gardens, groves anu than usual this year. dry weather
trucking fields, will cut down the cos- during April and May has served to
of living, will give greater variety in cut down yields in many sections. It
the diet and will keep money at home is not too late for farmers faced wi'i'
now spent for canned goods fron, short supplies of forage crops to make
other states. Besides, the family additional plantings as soon as the
will like it. rains begin.
Elaborate, expensive equipment i, Napier gr:-us makes an excellent
not needed; a little more than should b oiling crop. to be cut and fed green.!
be found in any well appointed kit- This is a perennial crop. and does not
chen. have to be re-planted each year. It
A wash boiler, lard tin, peanut but is cultivated similar to corn, and
ter tin, or any vessel large enough to should receive from 150 to 200 lbs.
hold a convenient number of jars. of a nitrogenous fertilizer. At this
fitted with a false bottom which can time of year. plantings will have to!
be tightly covered, will serve as a be made by divisions of rott clumps.
water bath for processing tomatoes Among other forage crops suitable
and all fruits. It should be deep for planting in June. cowpeas or cow-
enough to allow water to come up peas and sorghum, either in rows or
over the jars, thus protecting them broadcast, will make good grazing
from bumping and over heating. for stock, including hogs, and are
Don't use towels or straw in place hard to beat for hay. One bushel of
of rack; this interferes with the cir- peas and 30 pounds of sorghum to
culation of the water around the jar. i he acre are recommended where
A steam-pressure cooker is recom- broadcast sowing is desired. These
mended for use in processing the non- 'nimounts reduced by one-half will give
acid vegetables, which are difficult ood results when planted in rows


P711
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About three foet apart and cultivated
mce or twice. Early Amber sorghum
a variety which will reach the right
4age for hay about the same time the
1:1eas do.
This is the last call for silage
.,rops. also. Sorghum is a good sil-
.igv crop, and when being planted
.ate, should be fertilized with 1,000
10oulids per acre of a 4-9-4 mixture.
When the sorghum ig one to two feet
HKh, it should be given a side-dress-
iag of about 100 pounds of nitrate
of soda or sulphate of ammonia. It
sqould be cultivated often enough to
keep free of grass and weeds. Early
%aric-ties, like Early Amber or Sum-
,te or Red top, will be found best for
Lite plantings.

"Price statistics do not support the
v,,mmon bt-lief that industry cannot
I)~ prosperous unless agriculture is
:1."0 prosperous, but show on the con-
Uary that business and nianufactur-
iig activitl-s liave at t itnes been
proifitable in lWri(i4k i-f low agricul-
tural prices." says the United States
Dt-partment of Agriculture.

The automobile drivers who can't
to listen for trainN, will probably
rind plenty of tinie for listening in
the hospitals.


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30C Ss-- 7 GIn 33C
Write forfree booklet on kill-
inghouseandgardenuisects Send Your Dyeing
McCormick & Co.
Baltimore. Md. and Cleaning -Fo


Be ROGERS a JONES

B d 611 MaiR SL- JaCksoville. Fla.
i INSECT We prepay parcel postage
o,: returning. Florida's largest
ftWDER
00 J.-i finest equipped french
IQUID dr. c leaning and steam
4 x dyeir.g plant.


I


,lass Jars: The lightening jar, art NOTICE OF 'MASTERIS SALE
rlass jar, with a wire bail over the NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN. by the
simple of construction and which undersigned. IIINTON J. BAKER. as
pvvial rna,Ier in chanvery. that under
s well, is recommended. antl by virtue id a. oertn in deeree of
Jways test any jar for flaws lit-- f-pr#-f-losure matle and t-titered by the
Cirmt 0-mi't -1 N:t-iu Co-unty. Flor-
using. Run finger atround both IH. iii Clriiworv ,itthitr. Iwaring date
and cover for rough edges, breaks Iii, 2-th ALio., or' :%loril. A. D. 1927. In
that "auSt, lwiiding in said Court.
iieks, as these would prevent seal- 4,11%, M--rtgag., & Bond
The wire bail should go into V.-Ilipally, Florida. is
pi.jin.illt. :,riot E.. A. Marshall and
Dive on cover with a sharp snap. 'N*i';1tnry Alarsl,.ill. hi, xife. are defend-
f it does not, remove from jar and :iyit.,;. I ihan 4otfer for salt. and sell to
the hitrhest and best bidder for cash.
pliers bend it down in center sit the Pastern Diopr qof the court House
for N-t,,saii c-ointy. in the vity of Fer-
in at sides. pandina. Fli-rid:t. on M-) LtY, the 6th
'he rubbers used with these jars oil.ty or Juno.. v li 11127. :iTI(I between
d be of good quality and should the I` urm tf t-l4-\t-n (o'.-Iwk hk the fore-
nomn and two. 40clwk in tire afternoon,
be used a second year, even if the f(onowirig 4Ivq(,rii)PiI real estate, ly-
Ing and twing itirttt- in th.- county of
V seem to be all right. Nass.iu. State f)f Fhrida. and deseribed
In Cans: Canning in tin should a" follows. towill:
rnore popular than it is, now that All of the NVI;- of the SW% of the
of Set-ti,,iri 2; All of the W11Vof
have good type tin and an easily III,- NEI,4: SE'% of NNEI.: Eli of
rated sealing machine on the 'of NXVI-; SF% (of NW,, and 9IJ of See-
tion ::. except a strip of land 105 feet
rket. It is often quite feasible for tvidt, from East to West #)ff the ex-
Pral families to join in purchase ""' me East end of the SIL 4)f said See-
114.11 11 of Section ft. except the
use of a sweater. The 5ealer may 'S, iiV I All of fir-neti4m:41 Sowthin 11; All
the NEI, o-f the SE" of Section 12.
used on pint and quart size tins, 4' 4
11 of the N'.. i-f NIX''. of Spetion 13.
cut open and re-flange tins so All of the NVi, of the NEI and S% of
!-, W 1, 4of NWI, of Sectf-m 14. except
the same tins may be used at Vial part or ,aol S!:. o-f SIX" of NW%
5t twice. if they are washed care- ikhi--h iq itwhided in the tolOnveyance
1 G. J N`el.,zon and wIft. to, 1. D. Joyce.
[y and are stored in clean, dry January 10. 1917. an-I recorded
Ce. I-i lived Book 34. page 13. of the public
of ,w,,,d, of Naqau (7ttunty. Florida; All
;ome of the many advantages I.f the Franeis Sterling Grant, being
ning in tin are as follows: I Section 41, and all (of Lot 4 in Section
(,dioining 4aid grant on the East and
4o danger of breaking, no loss of;:(.rtheast). All of the Mills Drury
iid and ease of handling when 14orant, being Section 43. except 20 acres
icessing under pressure. Tin cans .,,onveNed b% John 11. HiKginbotham
1&.nd .vif* to 11. Th-antison, dated Decem-
it through more quickly and May I-r 24, IS94. and reeorded in Deed Book
plunged immediately into cold -"-I- page 374. of the public records of
'.as-uiu County. Florida; All of the
ter. This rapid cooling checks the!_ho'v'#- landq being in Township Two
1,211 North of Range Twenty-five (25)
iking and produces a more desir-.Hast.
e type product. All of the SIZZ of NW14 and WIj of
rhe large opening in the new type!_W'- -f Se" ion If;. All of Section 17.
ltreept the All (of the David Bail-
meakes it easier to pack Sorne. v Grant. lieing Section 43; All of
:jaav Carter Grant. beinor Section 42.
)ducts in tin than in glass jars. :,nd fractional Seetion 52; All of the
Isabelle S. Thursby. iinds last described being in Township
1 ovvo (') North of Range Twenty-six
Conservation Specialist. i .2) H-ast. Containing in the aggre-
;,:ate 3649 aeres. more or less.
Said property being sopid to satisfy
WHY ACCIDENTS HAPPEN leaid decree oivith costs.
IIINTt-)N J BAKER.
I Spf-eial Master in Chancery.
Dr. W. L. Hartman, chief surgeot, 'laude Smith.
1'ohcitur for Complainant.
the Michigan Central railroati. S 5-6 to 6-3
tes in the National Safety Ne%%, IGUARDIA NIS NOTICE OF SALE op
MINORS INTEREIT IN LA N 1).
itt accidents usually occur in th.. 1;
-st two hours of the first half (,f NOTICP i. ht-rehy gi%*-n that 1. the
,indersigned Kuardian of the person
e working day, and in the last tv and estate 4-f Ful-us J(jhnvt#)n, Illah
,urs of the latter half. At first Jidinso.n. Frazier Johnson, Cyrus John-
e to 11 n. Luther Johnqon. Murl Johnson,
kes the worker some tim earl Johnsoon and Mattie Ruth John-
s mind off the things outside mintors, and heirs at law of Mattie
.1iolinscon, dvo-orased. will on the,
)rk, and in the last part of his 11th (ta% id June, A. D. 1927, at ten'
time fatigue causes accidents. i0elock in the furenoun of said day,
ur as soo-irt thereafter as the same can
Accidents are largely due to im,-._ I c-,nVenieritly toe heard, apply to the
li-noral-le C-ounty Judge in and for
ntion When people keep ft, r ;;, ssall q,1,uyItN,. Fli)rida. by petition.
inds on the machine they are r%: for power and authority to sell at pri-
ng or the automobile they are d r, vate sale and ounoey all the undivided;
ight. title and interest Of said minoral
g, they do it well. But when t'. v Ii-n and to the following lots. piecesi
oe thinking of something else, or r,,Is or tracts of land situate. lying
n toeing in Nassau County Florida.,
tired to put their minds on I A m4-re particularly descibed asi
,b, then accidents come. olI41W.S. towit:
All that vertain lut or parcel of land
The age of automobiles and ituate, lying and be-ng in the Countyi,
f Nassau and State of Florida. and
imatic machinery creates innuir..,- nown and descrit-rd according to the
fle perils that did not exist in rivate plat or survey or subdivision
With sin.,: f the porti.)n of the William Gibsoni
Lys when man worked
Grant. as lies in said County of Nassau
iols like hoes and hammers. 1,led in the office ?,,f the Clerk of thel
Circult Court, in and for Wd County
Dwer to handle all these tool- i,-S to Nassau. tin January 28th. 1919. That
Dt increased fast enough to art of. or Lut in Section Forty-sixi
46). Township Two (2) Nurth Ran
-ol these powerful and often i-, wenty-fi- (25) East, known' as tf:
erous mechanical forces. 'A. G. Ogil% ie Homestead," in said Wili-
am Gibson Grant; C4intaining Two
lundred and Fifteen (215) acres Inore
r less.
Boys and girls club work si, Id Being the same pr,,perty As (4uItted
e available to every farm boy ,,id %-ILlidated. established and COnflrrn,
o one Cur, L_ Ogilvie. in that Final
irl of club age. Money spent 1!1 'he I)ecree In Chancery proceedings, in the
xtension program with boys --ind Circuit Court (if Nassau County. Flor.
irls lays the foundation for a yr,,re "&. entered In Chancery Order Book
No. Z. Palces 39. 383 of Nassau County
accessful agriculture and a h:g.,er yecords
-0 *__ I;*_ 1V Ir %. nated this 10th day Of MAY. A rit


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MAY, JUNE Ctj,,, I'R,'C:ES
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Householders who have furnished
DOMS or apartments for light house- :p daily:
Prepaid per
eeping for rent are requested to III'& Br Leg. Anc.
rrite the Chamber of Commerce, T.-ds, Rocks
iving full information.
Applicants for light-housekeeping Jf Orp., Wyan
ccomodation are expected to in Free yedrs
rease and the secretary can not 111: irnal. C. A. X
elligently direct persons making in- i
uiry unless full information is f ur- I
,ished. A SPLENDID V E L 1. 1,N;

The annual demonstration is n That tired, fii- r: i.-,
,eing given of how hard it is to make f-ling caused 1IY
c1stipation
rass grow on the lawn where you
iant it, and how easy it is f or it to r -. of with surl.r. -;,1.4
Tow in the garden where you don't u,,ng Herbine.
iant it. (-.I effect xvith j
p rifying and rt
0 irough and etow
d-ves out bile ,!!,i

XM*&,T (O"If-ey. .0oultry Aarm ri'ion, strength.
o'spirits. Price
00 S irer, Fernatidi!-

CHARLE BERLSFORD. Prop. D-ig Co.. Callah.i!,
4p ')ollars spent
tk spender in
tio, better firt,
sc-)ols and bet t,
low about that t,) the
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PNOTOGIAMER
I Should be kWed I
11or1r2im, Groups and Views.
Bee Brand Powder or
Liquid kills FbliesMeas6 Copying and Enlarging.
Mosquitoes, Roach
,BQ I'%% enty-Four-Hour Ser% ice on
Ants, Water Bugs
Bugs, Motha Kodak Finishing
Poultry Lice and many iZ
other insects. I o111111; Street. North of Post Oflice.
Powder ITRNANDINA. FLA.
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:.,I*tt-r %%h(-,re the break is.can
.:h' IMCk to it-t strength ;jnd
'ulnf-':S bY (-)Ljr weiding work.
it is sto,(-l or hard nieud
wir w(Ildilli:
job and (J,, it i-tter than
r method.


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T. G. Manager


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Center and Third Streets


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Cypress Lumher, Shingles, Lath,
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NASSAU COUNTY LEADER
er
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY e
-AT- e
No. 20 North Sce~ Stret at
FERNANDINA FLORIDA g1
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CRICKET PaLWI- tf. Edito t
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Eatered at the rostoflic* .t p
ernmudlna. rtorltd. a Sen P
CeLI MalI Matter. n
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ADVERTISING RATES t'B-
NISHBD ON APPLICATION w
b
Local and Long Distance A
Phone, 40 t)
a
SUBSCRIPTION RAT-I m
One Tear .... S
Six Months.... .6 S
Single Copy ----
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE W
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The motto of America inV told l
days was "E pluribus unum' but F
now it is "Play BalL" t
il
The fact that there is a scar:ty of
workers does not prove there any F
lack of pay drawers.
I
The hat business ought to be good n
for the coming year with all t:e lids I
that will be thrown In the ring
t
Most everything motorizcc but v
the baby arriages now, and prettyy
soon they'll be equipped with stines i
for the babies to drive.

The politicians claim that th peo-
ple should get the scales off their
eyes, but it would perhaps bW more I
useful to extract the sleepeped.

The Mississippi valley peooe will
not probably ask for any ti.e off
this summer so they can to orcamp-
ing trips.

If the motorists won't oly the
danger signals, it might be. good
idea to put up a sign pointig the
way to the jail.

Claimed that America can't well
off vntil Europe settles down but it
would help a lot in the averap town
if the folks would all settle an
If some of iCe novel writers itdd
shed a little ssa ink and a few 4te
tears of regret, the prospects of lite.
nature would bL better.
It is denied that the automobile
speeders pay no attention to the po-
lice, as they usually slow down when
they see an officer.


Friday, June 3, 1927


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


T. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY CLOS-
ED LAST FRIDAY, MAY 27TH i
The closing exercises of St. Jos- e'
ph's Academy were held Friday ev-
Zing in St. Joseph's Hall. Combin-
d were the formal commencement e
nd graduation exercises of both the g
rammar department and the busi- p
ess school, with the awarding of di-
lomas to the following graduates of
he academy: Misses Mary Eda
Lolnar, Mildred Franks, Frances t
cartridge, Lois Lowe, Evelyn Her- v
andez, Margaret Clark, Thomas An-
erson and Belle Dyers.
Graduates of the business course
rere Misses Elizabeth Sturges, Eliza-
eth Nolan, Mary Helen Hall and
Ldeline Simon, of Cleveland, Ohio.
The diplomas were presented by i
he pastor, Tather Thomas G. Jones,
nd the address to the graduates was (
nade by Father Boleman, of New
Smyrna.
The musical program showed the
work of the music department to good t
advantage. Special mention bliould
e made of the piano solos played by \
Kr. Conley Booth, without notes. i
liss Frieda Swearingen, Miss Ruth
lumphreys, Miss Nancy Askins, also t
he duets and quartettes on pianos.
Miss Vesta Prewitt was at her best I
n a violin solo, also a duet with Miss
M. Bunker on violin, and with Miss
Frieda Swearingen at the piano.
Song, Sewing Ladies' Meeting, was
well played by Misses M. Johnson, E.
Hernande;, B. Davis, Mary E. Mol-
nar, Frances Partridge, M. Frank,
Lois Lowe, M. Sturges, Agnes Kei-
fer. The song was well rendered.
"We're Going To Have a Circus in
the Barn," played by twelve boys
with T. Anderson as ring master,
proved mirth provoking and was en-
joyed by the large audience as well
as the performers.
An allegory, The Three Graces,
played by Miss Adeline Simon as The
Maiden; Angel, Margaret Clark;
Faith, Elizabeth Sturges; Hope, Mary
H. Hall; Charity, Elizabeth Nolan,
made a beautiful picture.
The old fashioned minuet danced
by six couples from six to ten years
old in costume made a beautiful pic-
ture of grace as each dancer did not
hesitate while the music was being
played by Miss Mary Helen Hall.
The whole program was evidence of
the faithful work and skill of the Sis-
ters of St. Joseph's Academy which
was appreciated by the large audience
which filled the hall.
SENDS BULLET INTO BRAIN
AFTER SHOT FELLS BROTHER
Bert Maxwell Pennington, 43, is
dead and his brother, E. B. Penning-
ton, 42, postmaster at Ortega, is in
St. Luke's hospital with a bullet
wound through his knee as a result of
an accidental shooting and suicide di-
rectly in front of the Pennington
Brothers store and the Ortega post-
office at 3 p. m., yesterday.
After the gun, which the elder
Pennington held in his hand behind
his back, was accidently fired and
wounded his brother, who was walk-
ing a short distance to the rear, he
turned and saw his brother fall to the
ground and then placed the muzzle of
the pistol to his temple and sent a
bullet through his brain, according to


All you have to do to satisfy the County Detective Fred King, who
good natured American people, is to conducted an investigation into the,
let every, n. fix his own pay Ad do-faffair.
let every fix his own pay sd de i. MPennington procured the pis-
cide what the prices shall be on tl when he walked into the store a
the things he buys and sells. shrt time before the shooting, it
wa.* said, but his purpose in taking
The fact that a man can sit outall the gun has not been determined.
The fact that a man can bi b oat Belief was expressed by officers af-
the afternoon on sunny baseballter an investigation that the post-I
bleachers, does not prove that he can master's brother probably contem-'
walk to church over a shady side- plated ending his life and that the
walk. shot which wounded E. B. Penning-
ton was accidently fired. The elder
The people who advertise f reely of the pair in said to have been brood-I
The peopleing over the loss of hi father, Frank
are often put to the trouble of en- C. Pennington, who died here April 1.
larging their stores to accommodate The wounded man was rushed to
the increasing business, but they have St. Luke's hospital in an automobile
and was attended there by Dr. Fred-
not so far complained about it. erick Waas. Examination showed he
suffered a broken knee. Penning-
The anxiety manifested by the ton's body was removed to the funer-
w.omen fcl ks when they lose their al parlors of Moulton & Kyle.
handbags may be accounted for by Bert Pennington, formerly of
handbags may be ausualted for by Shellby, Ohio, a piano tuner, was con-
the fact that they usually contsi a nected with his brother in a grocery
mirror. business in Ortega and had been a
resident of Jacksonville for several
Milliions of acres of Misssippi val- years, having moved to this city from
Icy land have been flooded, while in Fernandina.
thy.".ten Funeral services for Mr. Penning-,
t t.e sectic-r.s they are watering t ton will be held at 3 p. m. today from
lawns. Congress should look after the chapel of Moulton & Kyle with
this. the Rev. A. E. Householder officiat-
Iing. Interment will be in West Ever.
JUNE THOUGHTS green cemetery. Florida Timess-
Union, May 30th.
Ju, rroa the mo ST. PETER'S CHURCH i
month :n the year. The bridal cOu- ST. R`3 CHURCH
piles ch cse it the most frequentlY to
S rrid of any of the th Rev. Harris Mallinckrodt, rector.
sc.m, toft n t r mnsthat. Celebration of the Holy Commun-
te of sen the iomI of ion at Church of the Good Shepherd,
,,ssnent.o quit 9:00 a.m.s *'d meeting of
It is nut so hot that people t Sunday School an
pursut aoi t tion o e wsae s Captain T. B. Lasserre's Bible Class,
the height of its charm we Celebration of the Holy Commun
yet rre s-es.d from the rching ion and sermon, 11 a. m.
lG rwercf fte dro m th e o Evening service and baccalaureate
reo'. to be t. A kfa- l that sermon to the graduating class of the
they 1.v hclimatet b t a sc Fernandina High School, 8 p. m.
rerfe n climate that has r Wednesday, Litany and address on;
needs. t adjur tndt tt be s'ahe Holy Scriptures, 8 p. m.
...:. every Month Ca b P---fr-- A"l are cordSli- n.
Jun, butwe shouldmakethe All are cordially in
of these delightful days as they ps. vited to attend.
Every J:ne should teach u se Reason wh a ole th
thnng new about the beauties of ,,.. s -a on why ma. y people throw


It's the solid worth of home-spent MRS. ORIE M. P. ADAMS
loney and good words that will
nake our city bigger and better in Funeral services for Mrs. Orie M.
very way. Pickett Adams were held Sunday af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock at Dinsmore.
Your town depends upon the mun-'
y spent in it by its citizens for its The Re. W. L. C. Mahon, pastor of
growth and prosperity. For a pros- the Main Street Baptist church, con-
erous city-trade at home. ducted the services. The pallbearers
were Charles Williams, Mitchell
"Keen. Raymond Jennings, Ellis Keen,
No gardener ever doubts the f.r- Thomas Braddock and Lee McClure.
ility of l is soil. after seeing the Interment was in the family lot in the ,
reeds grow. Dinsmore cemetery. Moulton and
_- Kyle had charge of arrangements.-
Floridal Tims,,-Union. Mvay 30th.


N THil CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI.ORIDA.
IN AND FOR NASSAU COI NTi-i..
IN ('IHANClERY.
)AVE LrINCSTON.
Complainant. T*"
vs. Pivor' "
.IZZIE LEVINGSTON. I PP
Defendant. W Illr 1 A
T I (N< s 1
'o: LIZZIE LEVINGSTON. Rsiddi nce
Unknown. w A 11 sA
It is ntrebyi ordered that you ap:icar R EA
o the l ill of t'oinplaint filed herein
ga:ini.t \un ,on the 4th day of .Iul>. A.
D 1927; and the "Nassau Counts L-ad-
r.'" is herhyv de.ignatd as thn- i,-'w. -;, i lni
paper in \ .h lhi this order shall hie ;,ulb- U8 AtlanticI
ished once a wee-k r (four oonseei.tivt
weeks.
\WITNF..S ni hand and seal ,tf rfie
his 2nd day ,> .I uine. A. D. 19:. ;I
(Seal) (;. C. BURGESS. "X- ''
As 'lerk of ('ircuit Cvourt al'reaid.
Hlinton J. Haker. I IhmmIlfllWlU
Solicitor for Conmplainant. 6-3: to ;-24 .
IN THE CO UNTY JUDGE'N( COt R'. I a MON HI
AND FoR NA.4AU COU:NT'V.
I.IUIIA. Next Do(
In the Matter of the Sing
Estate of lD T. lladdock, det- Notice is hereby giv-n that th un- NEW OR]
dersigned as executor of the ,.la'e of
1) T. Haddock. deceased, will o the H Dishes, Vase
29th day of July. A. D. 1927. fil- my
final return and ai.ount arid v,,u-hirs ers Fans o
with the Ilin.rale t'vi iulv Judtie in Teas an
and for Nassau County. Florida. and ie
at the sanie a tiue ask fir the approval M
of said a!......unt and vouchers and peti-
lion Nma id C' iirt folr rimy discharge. -.
Iated this s5th day of Ma. %. 1.
1l'27,
1). T. AIDDOC'K. JR.. Come and
Executor of the estate of I). T. iHad-
dock. deceased. 6-3 t 7 -29 || ll|UiItJllli


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W EN I received a sample bolde of Dr. Caidwefs
Pepsin I gave it to twmohsd baby
without heit- as I had often heard ofit as thevery
best meine for children. It stopped crying right away, began
1ug good and growing fast. r or m it has been the 7y
bet omch and laative medicine and can't praise it too mucd.
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headache, eaboels, no pam, no gripe. Jmtlilke a
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but going the chain store one better
and rendering a service and a cour-
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A full line of Meats, Groceries, Fruits
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,bout used car


allowances


;t new car sales now in-
re the trading-in of a

her's used car. More and


more people


are asking:


"Why should my used car
seem to have several val-
ues? .... Why should deal-
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me allowances


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CHVOE P:eaw w.nd, withow my ob~goion. ft
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differing materially?....
Does the largest allowance
offered mean the best deal
for me?"


Here are basic facts:

1Your used car has seemingly
different values because com-
petitive dealers are bidding to sell
you a new car.

2 Your used car has only one
fundamental basis of value:
what the dealer who accepts it in
trade can get for it in the used car
market.


I


3 The largest trade-in allowance
which is offered on your used
car is not necessarily the best deal
for you. Sometimes it is; but some-
times it is not.

4 An excessive allowance may
mean that you are paying an
excessive price for the new car in
comparison with its real value.

5 Judge the merits of the new
car in comparison with its
price, including all delivery and
finance charges. Then weigh any
difference in allowance offered on
your used car.

W HEN YOU are ready to trade-
Win your present car, remem-
ber that after all you are making a
purchase and not a sale. You are
buying a new car and simply
applying your present car as a
credit toward the purchase price
of a new car.



GENERAL

















"Oa~atw uwwn l LiMaiv I ]FENANDINA, PaLeRFDA


NASSAU C5.U.JLUTjW. IRiwmwiAtiIIA wILUICIDA


DESCRIPTION OF LAND


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Block 110. Lot 15.......
Block 110. Lots 9. 10
Block 112, Lot 4 ........
Block 112, Lot 23 ............
Block 113, Lots 10. 11 ..i '
BIock 114. Lot 18 ............
Block 114. Lot 15...........
Block 115. Lot 19 .............
Block 115. Lot 5 .................
Block 117. Lot 21 .......
Block 117. Lot 3
Block 118. Lot 23
Block 119. Lots 4. 5 ..
Block 121. Lot 22......
Block 121, Lot 4 ........
Block 122. Lots 3 4........
Block 123. Lot 1.......
Block 123, Lot 20 ......
Block 124. Lot 20
Block 127. Lot 17 ..
Block 127, Lot 5 .........
Block 129. Lot 2 ...................
Block 131, Lot 11 .........
Block 133. Lot 18.
Block 134. Lots 8,. 20
Block 134. Lot 4.........
Block 136. Lots 8. 9 ........
Block 138. Lot 2
Block 138. Lot 5 .......
Block 139. Lots 10. 12
Block 144. Lot 22 .-
Block 145. Lot 14 .....
Block 146. Lot 2 ......
Block 148. Lot 4
Block 148. Lot 5..................
BIlock 149. Lot 17...............
Block 151. Lot 23 ...............
Block 151. Lots 6. 7, 8. 9
Block 151. Lot 5 .... .......
Block 154, Lot 21 .........
Block 155. Lot 10 ................
Block 155. Lot 2 .................
Block 157, Lot I ...........
Block 158, Lot 7 ...
Block 158. Lot 6 ..............
Block 159, Lot 23I........
Block 159. Lot 24 ......
Block 160. Lot 7 .................
Block 160. Lots 11. 12 ........ ..
Lock 160. Lots 13. 14 ..........
Block 164,. Lots 4. 6 ...............
Blork 165, Lot 6 .. .. -
BIi-ck 166. Lots 9 to 16 inc..
Block 166, Lot 20 ..............
Block 167. Lots 3. 4, 6 .....
Block 168, Lot 23 ................
Block 169. Lot 7 ............. .
Block 172, Lots 56, 6, 7.19 ....
Block 172, Lots 8, 18 ..............
Hl.'-k 174. Lot 21 ....... .......
Hl.-'k 177. Lots 8, 9. 10. 11.
12 ......
l'.,ek 147. Lot 22 ............
lI,,l-k 119, Lot 6
I,... k 179. Lots 14, 15 .........
,!..'k 181. Lots 14. 15 ............
lt.l*k 182. Lot 22
l!,.k 184. Lot 14
PlI. k 185, Lot 12 ................
Bi. k 185, Lots 1 to 6 Inc. &
'. to 24 Inc.
l'i.,,*k 189. Lot 1 .....................
B ..k 190. Lots 7. 8 ..............
Iii.. k 191,. Lot 21 ....................
l-.. *k 192. Lot 8 ....................
Il-.; k 194. Lots 10. 11 ............
li, k 194. Lots 2. 3. 4. 5 .......
I ,... k 196. Lot 6 .....................
IIl. k 198, Lots 4, 5 .............
1l,..o k 200. Lot 6 ...... ....
W1o< k 202. Lot 4
BhI.. k 24 3. Lot 20 ...............
'.Il...k 243, Lot 8
W.,k 20F1. Lot 4 .....................
B'.,'k 2"7. Lots 13. 14 ...........
l.l,,'k 210. Lots 18, 19. 20. 21
H-,. k 215. Lot 9
lt! .-k "19. Lot 1
IH'. k 2",.2. Lot 18
.... k 25:3. Lots 7. 8 ...............
1;;. k 2r.4. Lot 3 ........... ...
!1 ., k 2,4. Lot 4 ..................
l'.ck 2:. Lot 1
I !',,. k 2. Lo, t 31 ............. ... .
'1 .'k 2; -t 10 .. ..1..
I;h,'k ": 1. Lots 2. 3. 4 -
1i!-, k 2';4. Iut ...........
1'1-.k 2 r., Lot 31 ..................
HIUM'%tE14 l.OT%.
Lot N'- of 3
I.t 6 .
IIILLIARD TERHAC'E.
H,;,.k P. Lots \W1 of
St n11ViMIoN TO HILLIARD TERRACE.
l..t 1


NORTH 111.I.IARD TERRACE, BEING BLOCKS
Block 71. L.ots 18, 19 .
NOI'TH HII.LRAD TERRACE NO. 1.
lilo k 2. Lot 4
Hl-,k 2. Lot 14
ml,,.k 4, l,,t '2., .
N\V 4 -,f N ,f, V ." f
N Et4 9 TN 24 120
Sof SEt, fN .... ... 9 N 24 10
\ ,,f NW .. 10 .N 24 40
1 10 V 24 20
1 ... 10 S 24 10
1.t I 11 TV 24 10
\ .. 1 r..f 15 3s 24 it
*1. f ., ,, .f NW" .. 16 ) 24 30
-. of \ Nk\i .. sV4S 15 i 24 20
N'* of NW ,,f SW, 15 SZ 24 20
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33
33


C. W. Gamer ..........
W. M. Wood ............
Maria Palmer ......
August Peterson....
1. 0. Leisy .................
J. P. Wittamayer ..
C. C. Hirschy, .....,
Chas. Wixon ..........
T. Jardine ...............
C. A. Chaleen .......
E. G. Appleton ...
E. Poffinberger ...
Mrs. Frank Hol.
yoke
Edwin Wesenback
Mrs. Dora Cuske....
P. H. Wefenback
Al Jens ..
C. E. O'Nell ..............
W. T. Hamilton .
W. J. Cleland ........
C. Curts .................
Rebecca Miller ...
F. J. Cunningham..
Maria Manser ........
Rebecca Miller ......
Frundt & Morse......
H. A. Kragg ..........
Lillie P. Dixon .......
Mrs. J. 0. Webber.
Martha Sutton .....
Mrs. Emma Davis.
Conrad Bayer ........
L. J. Klein ....... .
L. J. Collins .
B. F. Hann ........
Geo. J. Gantz ........
1i. J. Mayer ...........
Geo. S. Caldwell .
Unknown ................
Joe Rollin .............
Unknown ..............
W. N. Brady ............
W Ross ...................
Amelia Bochrlnger
H. F. Davidson ....
W. A. Thomas
H. L. Simpson ........
H. S. Bekemeyer
John B. Turkelson
A. A. Eskridge ......
Sam Rosenberg
Herbert Gordon .
Sam Rosenberg
Martha Moore......
A. E. Burner .....
Mrs. A. E. Hale ....
H. Stoetzner .......
G. L. Boyles ......
Mrs. Addle 1M.
Brock ....... ........
Chas. U. Ultig ......
Herbert Gordon ....
Frank M. Golden..
Mrs. Fred Dermer..
Anderson & Ren-
ner
F. W. Felder .......
H. P. Perkins ....
0. Gaffron ..........
A. E. Burner .........

A. E. Burner ..........
S. Boyd ... ...... ..
Alice Gress
J. P. Brink .... .....
Unknown ..............
A. C. Buckhan .......
J. H. Schnider ..
Alice Einfeldt ........
E. W. Flschler .....
Gust E. Lambert ..
C. C. Shepard ..........
Unknown ...............
Mrs. Prank Smith..
Ed W. Jayhen ...-
W. B. Stewart........
C. E. Swope ..........
M. L Smith ...........
E. C. Gordon .........
Gus Keinberger ..
N. C. Plickett ....
W. A. Merchant ....
C. F. Merchant ....
Morris Mainam .--
William Reaser ....
Chas. E. Smith ......
j. J. Yenick ............
A. L. W hite ...... ...--
C. G. Hlatt -...........

J. D. Ilagin. Heirs
of ...
Cecil W. Passleu.

A. E. Burner ..


.75
1.06
.75
.75
1.06
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75

1.36
-rS
.75
.75
1.06
.75
.76
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
1.06
.75
1 06
.75
.75
1.06
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75

.75
.75
.675
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75

.75
304.4
1.06
1.06
.75
25.21
.75
1.35
.75
.76
1.66
1.36
.75
24.90
.75
.75
1.36
1.06
.75
.75
.75

15 85
.75
1.06
.75
.75
1.06
1.66
.75
1.06
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
1.06
1.66
.75
.75
.75
1.06
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
1.35
.75
.75


12.83
24.60

36.68


A. A. Eskride .......
Mrs. Frank Hol-
yoke
68. S, t1 OF HILLIARD.
B. Goldstein .......--.


C. E. Lewis ...........
A. W. Leoffler .....--
Christian Berg ......
Unknown ..............
Mrs. Abble Small..
Unknown .......-
Campbell & Davis
N. C. Noyes ............
W. F. Noyes ..........
M. H. Sikes ...--...
C. L. C. Burner ......
Joseph Passieu ......
L. Phillips .. ....
John Gaskin .--
Tompkins Jewelry
Co. -..-.. ...--
Unknown ....------
National Surety
Co. ...........
Mrs. C. A. Meyers..
Cue Pierson ............
Chas. Morris .......
Tompkins Jewelry
Co........---..---
Alex Gautaler ......
Loss J. Brye -......
Unknown .------.........
H. Brewster ............
Mrs. H. Bergman -
.11. P. Perkins .......
T. H. Davis-T. Jew-
elry Co. .......
W. D. Dozier -......
H. W. Shoemaker..
Vera Littlejohn ....
J. Hippisley ........
Chas. L Jennings..
Wm. T. Poe .......
C. E. Stensland ...
B. F. Delapp ..-......
A. W. Alward ......
L. E. Rea -...---- --
Unknown .........- .
Unknown ..............
Unknown ...-..;.....
Frank M. Golden
Wm. T. Poe ...........
H. M. Mollett ..........
Joe Rollins .........-
W. N. Brady .........
Tompkins Jewelry
Co.
V. R. Enhoff ..-......
Henry Benjamin
Tompkins Jewelry
C o ........... .
C. C. Lloyd .......
Mrs. Eddie M.
Brock ...... .......
Davis & Lloyd ..
Rebecca Miller ......
T. H. Davis -.......
L. Dendol .........
Myrtle B. Ander-
son
E. E. Arpen ............
Marie L. Arpen .....
Tompkins Jewelry
C o. ........... ..... ..
Tompkins Jewelry
Co.
Wm. Boyle .......... .
G. L. Boyle ............-
C. W. Gamer .........
T. H. Davis ............
H. M. Frakes .....
Mrs. Lucy A. Snead
Unknown .......
L. & Stokes.......
Mrs. W. R. Morgan
F. A. Smith ..........
Tompkins Jewelry
Co.
Tompkins Jewelry
Co.
J. L. Pelsaer .......-
Wm. Rosson ......
Tompkins Jewelry
Co.
Tomo-kins JAweIe,


.76
.76
.756
36.98
347
5.28
2.45
1 45
1.45
6.49
24.69
24.60
12.53
1.96
6.79
6.49
3.17
3.47
3.47
3.47

3.77
6.49
12.53
18.56
12.53
2.87
1.66
1.96
3.77
.75
.75
1.66
1.66
2.87
2.87
1 66
1.66
1.66
1.66
1.66
1.66
1.66
1.66
5.20
30.64
2.87
5.50
1.66
18.56
1.96
15.55

7.09
1.66
4.07
1.06
4.68
3.25
2.96
2.95

2.76
2.76
1.45
1.45
1.45
-.73
.45
.45
.45
1 .42
145
: .456
3.74
1.76
1.45
3.44
1.75


Lot 26.....................
Lot 12 ..............................
Lots 43. 60. 61 ..........
L ot 55 ................ .........
Lots 27. 51. 52. 53. 54 .....
SE% of SW% ................
Lots 6. 9. 10 ..................
A.s Des. in DB 39. Pg. 6
R. ..........
L ot 15 .. .. .... .
Lot 5 ........... ......
Lot 32 .. .............
L o t 1 .. .. ...............
SW% of SW .........

NW% Of SW .. .
NW% of SW% ..........
SW% of SE% ..
Lots 57, 58 ........ .....
Lots 63. 64 ......

Lots 42. 43. 55 .. ...
All of ......
All of .- ....
Lot 1 .. ....
Lot 2 ......
All of ......


...... 26
.. ..... 27

......... 27
......... 28
......... 30
30
7. C.
........ 30
.... 31
......... 31
......... 31
- .... 32
.. ...... 32
......... 32
..3 2
34
. ........ 34
34
..... 34

........ 34
.... 37
..... 41
..... 29
.... .. 29
.... 37


Block 1. Lots 1. 2
W%. E% of SE% ..
St4 of Lot 3
W N% of NE. SW of
NE % ... ...... ... ..........
A ll o f .. .... ................. .........
Al of NE%4, NE% of SE%,
W% of SE% of 8% .-....
NW% of NE%4 of NE% .......
As Des in DB 27. Pg. 619. C.
R ........ .... ........
As Des. in DR 27. l'g. 475. C.
As Des. in D)H 32. I'g. 23. C.
R ...... -.. ... .. ... .
W4%, W of EL.. N% of
So NE Lots 3. 4.
(Less 20 A) .............
Et of SE%. (Less NE'4 of
SE% ) ..;.. .. .
N% of NEV. SW% of NE%4.
S% of NE% of NW%. Ni
of NE% of NW%, (Less
14 Acres to Joyce). Less
9S of SW% of NW% and
NE % of NE ) ... ........ .....
NEU of SE%. % of SW%,
SE. of SE'4 .. ..................
I.ots 2, 3, 26, 27, 28 ...............
Lot 18 ....... ... .........
NE% (Less 25 Acres) .........
NW% of NW% of SW% .
As Des. in DB 27. Pg. 411. C.
R ......... ......... ................
Lot 5 In SEV4 of NW % .. ..
As Des. In DB 27. Pg. 468. C.
R ...................
St4 of Lot 5 -
As Des. In DB 50, Pg. 481. C.
R ....... ...................... .. ... ....

Tracst 9, 10 ..... .... ......
As Des. in DB 12, Pg 492. C.
R.. In Sections ...- --. 28 &
As Des. In DB B7. Pg. 123, C.
R .................. .......... .....


6
9
10
16
17
30
31
37
37
37


8 2N 25 545


12 2N 25


W. H. Bur
Jos Scussel
Tompkins
Co .
Jos Seussel
Unknown
Unknown
'Unknown

J 1). Knight
I.. i'. 1ixo
J. I'. Whit
Campbell
Mrs. B. L.
\V. C. FC
Robt Ste
Maude E.
son
Robert Stc
Mrs. Able
Tompkins
Co.
Tormpkins
Co. .,. .
Schnieder
Unknown
Bishop N. S
Alfred L. I
Dean & J.
dock .....
Bishop N. 8
as ...........
Jos. Merha
W. J. Hilln
Unknown
I'nknown
Unknown
J. M. Keen
F. I. Keen
J. C. Crawf
J. C. Craw
J. C. Crawt


,ke 1.45
11. Jr. 2.95
Jewelry
---..... 3.774
1 1.456
.... .. 5.44
...... 10.43
29.38
ht ...... 5.74
1 1.45
mayer.... 1.45
& lOavis 1.45
Read 2 95
foster &
Mwart ... 20.70
Hanker-
....... 20.70
ewart .... 20.40
Small .... 12.44
Jewelry
Jewelry 2.75
2.756
& Bauer 3.44
. ...... .. 75.26
. Thom-
... .. 135.41
Lloyd .. 6.44
S. Had-
.. ho.... 6.26
S. Thorn-
................. 2 .68
ut .......... 4.06
man Co. 108.68
........... ... 17.36
................ 91.31
. ... -... 116.37

... 14.71
3.44
ord .... 9.20
ford .... 302.63
ord ....... 28.12


Geo. S. Higginboth-
am ... ................


40 E. A. Marshall ......


E. A. Marshall .......
Sam Jones ..............
W. S. Stover ........
W. S. Stover
5 Susan Lord
9 Laura Coy
0. 0. Mickler
A. W. Wetherspoon
Lon II. IHiggin-
botham
S. F. Tustison
S Mli-s dlt, h Me-
l t h e ..
C V. V. Carver
D H. E. Pickett
14 Mrs. L. D. Dover.
Heirs of ....


As Des. In DB 47. PS. 546.
C. R. ..... 29 2N 25 1 J. Q. Whittemore
As Des. In PB 27. PgK. 258. C.
R. ........ ... 29 2N L5 E. L. Dover .. .....
Block 1. Lots 5, 6. 7. 8. .. 29 2N 2'5 1 I R. Pickett
F% of Lot 1. A. Bryant Land 29 2N 2'1 2 Dan Gibbs.
As Des. In DB 22. I'g. o00. C.
R. ... ..... .. 29 2N 2- 10 Harley Jones .......
Block 10. Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 29 2N 2; 1 G. M. Sikes
Bloek 9, Lots 2. 3. Dancy Sur. 29 2N ": J. Q. Whittemore.
LAKESIDE PARK. A SUBDIVISION OF THE TOWN OP CALLAHAN.
Block 1. Lots 3. 4 ............. Unknown ..
Block 2. Lots 1. 2. 3 .Clay Products Co.
Block 2. Lot 4 ..... ...... Unknown
Block 2, Lots 5. 6. 7, 8 ... ... 'lay I'roduct.s Co
Block 3, Lots 1. 2 ...................Mrs. II l :zell
Block 3. Lots 3. 4. 5. 6 Mrs. Wessie Dlixon
Block 3. Lots 7. 8 Clay Products 'o.
Block 4. Lot 9 ... lay Products Co.
Block 5. Lots 1. 2. 1. 4. 5 layv P'roducts Co.
Block 6, Lots 1 to 2. Inc "a'v Products Co.
Block 7, Lots 1 to S Inc. .... Clay Products Co.
Block 8. Lots 1. 2 .............. Unknown ..............
Block 8, Lot 5 .......... .... J. W. Jones ............
Block 8, Lots 6 to 12 ............ Clay Products Co.
Block 9. Lots 1 to 8 Inc ........ C':i\ Producti. Co.
Block 10. Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 ...-. I'iknwn
Block 11. Lots I to 9 Inc .. ... -- I'r,,dut 'o.
Block 12. Lots I to 7 Inc. Clav Product. .C(o.
Block 13. Lots 1 to 27 Inc. Clay Pr.ducti 'Co.


As Des. in DB 55, Pg. 71. C.
R.. Sections ..................29 &a
NW% of NW% ............ .
As Des. In DB 34. Pg. 426. C.
R ...............
As Des. In DB 16, Pg. 427. C.
R .......... .. ... .
As Des. In DB B9. Pg. 126. C.
R ......... ... ... .. ..
Block 2, Lot 9, J. M. Ogilvie
A dd. ....... ... ...............
NEWCOMB SUBDIVISION.
Block 1, Lot 17 .......- -------....
Block 1. Lot 19 ................
Block 1. Lots 1. 2, 10. 11. 12.
15. 16 .......
Block 1. Lots 22. 23
Block 1, Lots 18. 20. 21. 24
Block 1. Lots 25. 26. 28, 30.
31, 32 ............
Block 4, Lots 3, 4 .-........
As Des. In DB 22. Pg. 224, C.
R.
W of NW% of SE%. E%
of NE% of SW%. (Less
20 A In DB 9. Pg. 299. C.
R .............. ...--
All of ........... .............................
All of ...................................
As Des. In DB 27. Pg. 397, C.
R.
As Des. In DB 55, Pg. 383, C.
R. ..
As Dea. In DB 46, PS. 554. C.
As Des. In DB 27, Pg. 53. C.
R.

Lots 19. 34, 35 in Sees. 2 & ..
As Des. In DB 18. Pg. 517. C.
R.
As Des. In DB 51. Pg. 305. C.

R.
WofNW% of NW% W .--------...
Lot N% of 1 ...---- ---------
NW% of SE% -- .
NW .
W% of NE%1
SE%. E% of NE% ..............-
As Des. In DB 27. Pg. 409. C.
R.
As Des. In DB 27. Pg. 409. C.
R. .. .............
SW% of NE%., % of NE%..
El of SE%
As Des. In DB 27., Pg. 409. C.
R.
As Des. In DB 52, Pg. 184. C.
R.
All of .. -- ..... ...- ......
All of F. P. Sanchez Grant
(Leass 80 Acres) -----
All West of Spell Swamp
(Less RL of Way) ...........
All of
WI% of Lot 7
E% of Lot 7
S% of Lot 5
NE of SE 4
NWE of NE! of NW% --...
Lots 67. 74. 7 86 or E% of
NE% of SW%
NE % of NE%
SE1 of NE% of SE% .---------
SEt B of SE1of SE% ... -
As Dea. In DB 36. Pg. 220. C.
R. ..........
TOWN OW KINGS PERRlY.
Block 9. Lots S. 4
As Des. in DB 56. Pg. 484. C.
R. ......
All E of Toman Creek ...-
Lots 3. 4
Lots 1. 2
All of -.-------
E% of SW% of SB E% -- .
All West of Odum Branch
(Less 16A In SW Cor. and
All In NW Cor.) -......---
All of Sou. of Plummer
Swamp
SE% of NE%


5 O (; I'rm .v
40 WVm. \Vardllaw ....
J. J N. Conner ......
% C. H. & S. F. Brown
3 Wilson & Ogilvie ..


% Mrs. L. D Hovel
Heirs of

Unknown
I'nknowni

Unknown
('has. Weiner
Unknown
Unknown
M. E. Milks ...
17 0 0. Mickler ..


126
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19)


42 2N 25

42 2N 25


IN 26 10
2N 24 320
WN 26 145
2N 26 156
2N 26 881
3N 26 20


at ;; I, NC


H. E. Pickett


23) Peter Jones ....
3 Lon HI. Higi
botham ......

25 Lon H. Hig
botham ....
3 Lon H. Hig
botham .......
William Brown
22 G. C. Parker ....
21 H. iH Carter .
Atho Johnson
4 John Colson
20 Haile & Ferre
40 A. A. Dixon
40 *;ros & Dixon
160 A. A Dixon
80 A. A Dixon
240 L.,n H. (Uig
botham .........

300 Johnson Motor
5660 Johnson Motor
120 Drew Sauls .
80 Drew Saula ...
200 Johnson Motor
50 If. M. Griffin
302 Gross & Dixon
162 Nassau Farms
142 Peter Jones ...
36 Peter Jones
29 Ed Taylor .......
29 Annie Taylor .
43 Celia Alberty
40 Celia Alberty
10 M. J. Reinhart
20 W. M. Powell
40 Unknown
10 A. J. Patton ..
10 Wm. May .. .
6 Gus Hand


165.57


14.03
18.86
29.43
2.86
24.60
4.68
6.79
5.28

13.13
7.80

19.16
11.32
37.00

19.18

242.25
24.90
42.71
6.49
21.89
6.49
60.83

2.87
4.07
1.66
5.28
2.87
26.68
2.87
1.66
1.49
10.11
10.11
2.87
9.51
8.90
10.11
6.28
11.32
8.90
28.85
3.77
12.53
29.05
30.94
9.81


r.,
. 19.16

12.53
18.66
2.586
1.06
1.66
4.37
6.49
24 90


152 29


2.87

7.09


gin-

gin-

gin-


........ 4.07
6.58
.... 6.49
....... 15.85
.. ...... 6.79

9.81
eira.. 2 45
..... 5.44
...... 4.44
32.37
8.43
rgin-
......- 54.63

Co. 36.98
Co. 68.37
36.68
........ 10.11

Co. 24.90
12.83
40.35
Co... 16.71
.......... 38.98
........ 4.68
--........ 10.43
...-. 4.44
7.94
........ 6.44
........ 1.46
... 2.75
4.44
.......... 1.45
1.45
-........ 2.25


Unknown ..........
Sib Henry .............
Unknown .....
J. 0. Page ....
J. G. Page ................
J. G. Page ...........
H. &R Dixon .......

Albert White ...-.....
A. A. Dixon .....
A. W. Barre -.n
R Jnoi*


*.95
2.93
35.73
16.44
17.54
41.79
2.66


12.08

" a


As Des. in DB 43, Pg. 183. C.
R. 41 4
All of (Less Lot 1) .................. 4 2
Lots 1. 2. 3. 4
All of ................. 39
As Des. in DB 13. Pg. 252 ... 4 !
As Des. in DB 13. Pg. 174. C.
R. ....... 42 ..
All of 48 2:


TOWN OF TYULEE.
Block 10. Lots 6. 6 ..............
Block 10. Lots 7. 9. 10 .........
Blocks 23. 24. 25 .................. .
All West of Lofton Creek &
No. of S. A. L. Ry .......---
All of Sections 1, 42, 43 and
S i of N% of Lot 3 -.......
Block 19. Lots 12. 13, Sea-
view
Lot 37 ...--...-...- .
Lot N% of 2
All of
'Lot 1 ......
Lot 5. W% of 6
Lot 3
Lot W% of 11 ...... ...........
Lot Sub-Sou. % of 1, 2, 3, 4
Bloc.k A Sub D of 2 (Less 5
A ) ........ .... ... .. ... ........ .........
Block A Sub C. D, F, 0. of 2
L ot 1 ........... -..... ..............
Lot 1. for 1924 .. ..- ...- ...- ...
Lot 1, for 1925 ................ ...
Lot 1. for 1926
All Frac.
Lot 5 or SW% of SW%.
SW% of NW%., (Less
NW% of NW ) ...............---
As Des. In DB A6, PS. 105,. C.
R. for 1924
As Des. In DB A6. Pg. 105. C.
R. for 1925
As Des. In DB A6. Pg. 106. C.
R. for 1926
56 Acres West of Seymours
Point & Orange Grove
Road
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS.
Block A. Lot 2
Block C. Lot 2
Block E. Lot E 100 Ft. of 6
Block F, Lots 1, 2. 3. 4 ...
Block G Lot 2
Block H, Lot 1 .........---
Block J. Lots 2. 3, 4, 5. 6...
Block K. Lots 2, 3, 4. 5. 6. 7
Block L, Lot 2
Block N. Lot 3 ........... .......
Block R. Lots 1. 2, 3. 4. 9. 10.
11. 12
Block T, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 ............
ALTA VISTA.
Block A, Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6
Block A, Lots 7. 8. 9, 10. 12.
11
Block B, Lots 1, 2. 3 4 6. 6
Block B, Lots 10, 11, 12 7. 8, 9
Block C. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4. 5, 6
Block C, Lot 7
Block D. Lots 1. 2, 3, 4. 5. 6.
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 ...............
Block E Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 56. 6
All of ........... ...............
Lots 1. 6
As Des. in DB 43. Pg. 159. Co.
R ec ... .. ...................... -
NE%4 of Lot 18 ....................
N of Lot 33
Stj of Lot 33 .......... .. ........
Sub Lot 6 of 11 ..................
Sub Lot 7 of 11 ..... .............
Sub Lot 15 of 11 .... ..... ........
Sub Lot 16 of 11 .. .
As Des. in DB U. Pg. 121, C.
R .................... .............
L ot 27 ........................... .....
S'j of E% of Lot 31 .... .
N % of Etj of Lot 31 ... ....
Lot 33 ............ .. .... ....
As Des. in DB 51, Pg. 60. C.
R ...... .. ....
Lot 11. Sections 48 & ........ .
Lot 15. Sections 48 & .......
.& Des. In DB 13. Pg. 201. C.
Sub Lots 1, 12 of Lot 1........
Sub Lot 3. 10 of Lot 1 .....
All of Lot 1 (Less that to
others) .......... ...............
All of. for 1925 .... ................
All of. for 1926 ........ ...
All of Fract. Sees. 38 & .
A ll Fract. ................. ....
All Frac. (Less 1 A) ...... .
As Des. In DB 62. Pgs. 37. 38.
Co. Rec. _.. .. ......... -
OCEAN CITY.
Block 8. Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 5, 6
Block 8. Lot 7 ........ ..- .-
Block 9, Lots 10, 11 .........
Block 9. Lot 11 .........
Block 10. Lots 9. 1t ......
Block 10. Lots 3. 6 -........-
Block 10. Lots 4. 7 ..............
Block 12, Lot 11..... ....
W of Lot 2, All of Lot 3.
of Lot 5 ................
MARSH LANDS.
All Unsurveyed Part of
North of Nassau River.
1925 ........ ........
All North of River ..... ...-
All North of River .
All North of River .
All Unsurveyed part of ..........
All Fractional ... .......
Fractional East of Creek .
All Fractional .. ...
All Fractional .... ..
Sections 33, 34 & ... ........... ---------


All Marsh on Amelia Is-
land ...................... --
All Unsurveyed part of. for
1 9 2 5 .......... ....... .- .. ..- ....... .
All Unsurveyed part of, for
19 2 6 ......A l. ...
All Marsh on Amelia Is-
l a n d .. . ... .
Lots 5, 6 ..... .
S.\ of Lot 3. of SE%14
of NWY.. SW% ..... ..
Lot N% of 3. W I of NE%.
S of SE W ........
SE'4. Sk4 of Lot 4 ..........
S of E14 of Lot 3 ........
All of W'- West of River....
3S' of Lot 4 .... ........
All Marsh in Lot 5 ........
Lots 4. 5 .. ...
Lots 4. 5. 6. S & W of Creek
Lot 3 West ut river ....
W%% of NEI4 W of River .
SE1' East of River .......
All North of C',,unty Road &
R It.. ... ... .......

Lots 3, 4. 3. W of Creek ..
Lots 1. 2. 5, 6. 7. 10 .........
Lot N% of 2
All East of Creek ..................
E., NW% East of Creek ....
All North of River ..................
All of (Less River) -............
All of ......... --
All of (Less River) ..........
All Marsh North & East of
Old Town East of East
boundary on Marion St. ....
As Des. In DB 55. Pg. 487.
489. Co. Rec. (Less 20 A)....
Lots 2. 3 & W% of SW% ..
Lots 3. 4, 5. 6
All except River
Lots 1. 2, 3. 4. SE%. SW%
or all
All except River ............-.-
Lots I to 8 inc. & E% ....
Lots 1, 2. 3. 4.,
Lots 1. 2. E% of NE%. SE%
N% of
Ej of NE%, E% of SE% ....
Lots 12. 3. E of NE% .....
NE% East of Creek, Lota 2.
& N W of Creek. N% of
Lot 4
N% North & West of River.
race. W% of 1
All of
All North portion of ...........
All Marsh East of Creek
(Lea 2 A)
All Marsh Portion of
All Marsh Portion of
All Marsh Portion of ......... ..
CITY OF FENRANDINA.
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Friday, June 3, 1927


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA PIaRIDA


0 0 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

CALLAHAN NOTES Sixth and Alachua Streets.
Rev. W. T. Overstreet, pastor.
:O O Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Miller
Callahan, May 30.-Mr. and Mrs. Askins, supt.
J1. H-. Sutton "ad children have mov- Regular services on Sundays at 11
ed here from South Jacksonville and m. and 7:30 p. m.
now occupy the R. H. Jones residence Prayer meeting Wednesday night. I
onw Railrocuy aenu. .A kind invitation is riven to come
Miss Ruby McIntosh, of Likeland. with us to any of these services.
spent the week-end here with her S
grandparent :ts. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. ICKLY, PEEVISH CHILDREN
Jones. Sie was on her way home Children suffering from intestinalI
from Forsyth. Ga., where she has orms are cross, restless and un-
been attending school. healthy. There are other symptoms,
R. A. Ogilvie. wife and mother however. If the child is pale, has
Spent Monday in Jacksonville. dark rings under the eyes, bad breath
I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry and and takes no interest in play, it is al-
granddaughter, Miss Dorothy Ted- most a certainty that worms are eat-
der, of Green Cove Springs. spent ing- away its vitality. The surest
the week-end with Mrs. Berry' remedy for worms is White's Cream
mother. Mrs. W. A. Ogilvie. Vermifuge. It is positive destruction
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Page and to the worms but harmless to the
daughter. Miss Sarah Page. spent child. Price 35c. Sold by J. Geo.
Monday i n Jacksonville. Suhrer. Fernandina. and The Conner
W.1 H. Brandies and son, Clifford. Dru .llhn
-Y ovll h ave c visited the former's daughter, Mrs.DruCo.. Callah.
J. I Colson, of DeLand, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Davis, of Port ADVERKTISEMENT
St. Joe. were in Callahan Sunday. Notlte to Contractors:
SMr. and Mrs. (leo Sikes and little Sealed proposals will be received by
St son, of Jack.-,onvil.e, were in Callahan the C'ity Commission of Fernandina.
son, of kII.hil. were in allhn .rida. until (:00 p. mi.. June 8. 1927.
Sunday. for furnishing all labor, material.
SA. J. Jones returned from Green 'tuipient and supplies and for con-
r A. J. Junes returned from Green asru Cove Springs Saturday, where he had storm water drain and one manhole
dHow nm tiolmhaveyouw your&m y l been visiting his uncle, W. A. Ogilvie, wit *e t ,mrn lete it fot of Cehnter
ttO~l Ca? How oft-m nvold at tld te been sot onB for six weeks. speeifi,-ations on file at City Hall for
? How -m it i not".q *Storni Drain and Sewer Maintenance
finalH -i|i| I = ma t Ai Mrs. Eppie Blount i.s spending a .anI I.nnection.. "
week in Baldwin. The propi eOpeaigr. and Mrs. Leroy Jones spent listing pipe under railroad track on
S- M ad r r Jesn S,,uth side of Center street and West
-- -- Sunday at Fernandina Beach. sio- of Ftront street to and through
f web tmulkhead on W\est side of water lot
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Stokes and Mr. No. 2-5. The new pipe shall be same
Whya tDlo grm to byt ercaItYoer"fauly" and Mrs. Frank Stokes visited Mr. size as existing pipile to which it con-
LA .willbe inever-inaling demand during the and Mrs. Will Youman. of Waycross, T e ri'ht is reserved to reject any
S. Ga. on Sunday. anild all 1,Hls.
springg M Wg_ andn ge t ml. Get your Buick M A. L. Braddock spent Sunday with Further mnfrmiation on request
and a be the whole k l py p thi year. his children in Jacksonville. 5-27 ti ,-3' City Manager.
WHNN 3TT131 AUIOMOSILBS ARB BUILT HII. L. Hodges and father visited AI1KERTIMSEMENT
U ICE I LBUILD THUE relatives in St. George. Ga. Sunday.
UICK wi BUIMr. and Mrs. R. R. Boatwright. of Reufe- (Collection and Deposit at FIr-
nandins. Florida.
Jacksonville, were the guests of Mr. -'- ree
M dan Ta TB i and Mrs. W. F. Conner Sunday. the I 'itS'a,'.m Inissi ,iof lFernaridna. by
Medlin-Peacocc Buick Company Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Fouts and Floridah. until :00i p In.. June S. 1927.
t.r furnisliing all equnii pnent. material.
JaCks ie F A little son. Jack, of Apopka, are in ,:,.,r and .uppli.-s and for doing all
fksv f FlorCallahan thinking of moving here. work n.,.'essary to ,.illect and dispose
Ttf I'eftiUA, ,,ftered ;is garbage and rulo-
There are two pulls in Callahan; ish during ther i,..d i oag three (3)
'"Pull for Callahan or pull out." 'ears. bteinni nii, \ th Novemnler :0u,
Callahan wants baseball games with I.':i. uk r. i oif i.r.,,isal and specifi- r
other towns. Will play any amateur 'at,1c1-is -1 il. o li-iiiilied prospective
LIEMORIAL METHODIST CHUCH| FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH team. Phone or write W. J. lickett, f,r three hundred
Rev. J. E. Woodward, pastor. manager Callahan Baseball Club. dollars (i:in ino) is r-eiuired with each i,
T. J. Herrmnirnaister L b i f Iil l an 1lond in the sum of twenty (2o>
Sunday schooldw 9:45 a. rd, pastor. T.J. Herring, minister. Forest Iligginbotham, of Bryce- per c..nit of the amount of the eontra.-t I
D Martin suerintend9nt M. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. James ville, visited C. T. Hagen Sunday. will I.e required of the successful bid-
W.A. Partiney, teasucherintMen's Bible ssnt; E. A. Smith, superintendent. Classes! R. A. Ogilvie. wife and mother the work. f ul
Parents are ur Md to attend Bible ad forall ages. i motored to Dinsmore Sunday to at- The right is reserved to reject any
br- he children to Sunday se\ol. Preaching services at 11 a. m. anditend the funeral of Mrs. One Adams. I.: '. GARVIN.
br a th children to Sunday 8:00 p. m. every Sunday. I 5-27 to ;6-:3 City Manager.
Preach:30 ng acrvccsaent hI I a. Senior B. Y. P. U. at 700 p. m.! A huge community junk bonfire ADVERTISEMENT
7:30 p. m. Sacrament each first Senior B. Y. P. U. at 7.00 p. in. _bgri
Sunday morning. Miss Marguerite Sauls, president. was held recently by the arden club Storm Drain and sewer Maintenance
,of Cocoa and Rockledge. The pur- and 4'.,nnecthonx at Fernan-
P.-ayer meeting Wednesday at Intermediate and Junior B. Y. P. post as d"to make the community dinn Florida.
7:30 p.m. U. atd7:00p. m. Mrs. Meade Higgm-:an unforgettable place of beauty to s.Sea-.l prp.,sals will be received by t
Members urged and expected te botham, leader. Ithe passer-by, and a beautiful place t "'rnissioi of F'ernandina
a Fhorila. until I. p .fit-. June 8. 1927.
presmt. Friends- visitors and ran- Strangers and visitors in our town to live in." Other communities might f.,r i,'ihii *ig all evluipnment, material.
gers always most cordially w*le. are always welcome to our rwice- well follow the example. i;ir iii supplies and for doing all
S' .work iie>essar. to hput and to keep in
S -- -- thorough first-l-as.s order and repair
r inmit Club work has changed the lives. Separate roosters from the laying thie entire storn water drainage sys-
i: i ~i_ tern. excepting open ditches, and the
,f many of the young people here in flock after the hatching season is entire sewerage system of the City,
= cc ,m I. ele ers ase. '\linois and the parents as well-Mrs. over. Infertile eggs keep better in d ~ mr ke scd eurt eonections
"rino in At eggsCkeep betterain.as may bpe required during the period
I A. Dow, former President Illinois hot weather. of three C:') years. beginning with
SI te Federation of Women's Clubs arlNank forms of proposal and speclfl-
.r 1 P .*...U ..- cations will be furnished prospective
SI. Wi I -- -- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX bidders.
A U* cDmD R E ED Certified check for two hundred dol-
SEND YOUR CLOTHES TO BE lars (.ioo.00) is required with each bid
Sheet Metal Weker DRY LENtED PR E r Ntei. is her.Iv 'given that 3. B. and band in the suni nf twenty (20) per
,Sheet Metal Weaker DRY CLEANEDIM" & PRESSEDJl Williams. purchaser of Tax Certificate 'cnt of the anitunt of the contract will
z -.-- iNo. 955. date.d the 1st day of June. A. Ite re.oiired of the successful bidder for
S T I IN 0 ad PL U MB INO -TO-- D. 1896. has tiled said certificat, in niv the fastliful Iperif'oirmn:i ne of the work.
M A MATTHE W H A Y W 0 0 D office and has made application for l, right is .-.. to reject any
Itax deed to Iiiue in accordan,.e with aand all hlids
.. o. 0. e N. 3rd St., Bet. Center and law. Said certificate embraces the f.l- 27. C GARVIN.
Slowing des.rileod property situated ,n to C 3 <'ityv Manager.
R N BLRD Alachua Streets Nassau couiitv. FlIorida. towit: n- -
| ER.XA~nINA. FLoRIDA B c, tf^ Gra-- ^ oLot 1. Bhnn .k ',* < Old Town. in Citv ADVERlKT'I.I:MET
o SatisfactiOn Guaranteed of Fernani,,d., w --
s__ E *. The said laril being assess,.d at n'e Noli,'e to Contra, tr:.I
.l8 ulllufnjnini'irjl^TIlulhU ipIWii i _. -.Phone 158 dat fhenie. l'anie ,,f suh cert,*. S.-;led proposals will be received by
cate in the hiame of Fernandina 1i.,- the 'ity Con "nis ','n o(f Fernandina,
-. -- development C.iinpany. ULn less said 'cer- Florida, until -i0 p. m., .June 8. 1927.
Stificate shall be redeemed accord rg tor furni: ig .i1 e ,.,i eqipenert. labor, and
t,) law. tax diled ill issue thereon on mui teriar .. td t: -a Ii two corrugated
the 27th day of June. A. D. 1927. "'l iii. it," Ir l ns with flood
Witness my official signature arn.l gates attached, and constructing con-
seal this the 24th day of May, A. i. create foottngs and hea'! walla on foun-
1927. dation pi-"' ;.r sa, Also for mak-
(Seal) G C. BURGESS. ing such ..:. atit.,i ;iil back-fills as
C P R IITISILAU SERNO *c* rlda'Clerk of firc.uit (',.urt Nassau couut,. mnay be ,. d i.. l lihe 'onipletion of
IIFlorida. 5-27 to t -4 this worn
I-- --- The l:'ati.n of the work is on Sec-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Ta\ ond street in the rity of Pernandina,
) A AE1D Florida. beti. c-i, Fernandina and Old
___-- Town. and is to replace two wooden
Notice is hereby given that M. F bridges now in service.
Hooper, purchaser of Tax t'ertifi';at,. Blank lrnis of proposals and speci-
No. 633. dated the 7th day of June. A. fications will he furnished prospective
D. 1597. has filed said certificate in ., bidders. Ilans for same are on file in
STAPA E A N D office and has made application :or the office of the City Manager of said
S-- L N tax deed to issue in a 'cordance w.ta City where they may be examined.
GROCERIES0 -.,,loClaw Said certificate embraces the f.,1- Certified check for five hundred dol-
FANCY GRIES lowing described property situated i:, lars ($500.00u :s required with each
Nassau county, Florida. towit: bid and certified check of successful
Lots 5. ;. and 7 in Block 27. ;,t, bidder will be retained until comple-
Town, in City of Fernandina. tion and acceeptance of the work as a
The said land being assessed at t'.! guarantee in lieu of bond.


date of the issuance of such certi:i- The right is reserved to reject any
cate in the name of Unknown. Unle-s and all bids
said certificate shall be redeemed a,.- E. C.GARVIN.
FRUITS V. EGETABLES EGGS cording to law. tax deed will issue 5-27 to 6-3 City Manager.
FT Vthereon on the 27th day of June. A. OI
E 1927A. NOTICE OF 'BIDS
AND Witness my official signature at d
AND CHOICE M EATS seal this the 24th day of May. A. I* The Board of County Commisi,,ners
1927. of Nassau County. Florida. hereby In-
(Seal) G. C. BURGESS. vites bids to be filed with G. C. Burgess.
Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau count,' Clerk, on or before ten o'clock A. M.
Florida. 5-27 to 6-24 Saturday, June llth. 1927. for furnish-
ing cypress or pine lumber for con-
Y PHONE 190 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX struction of bridge across Little St.
PROMPT DELIVER : PHONE 1 DEED Marys Riv tr on extension of Middle
__ --Road in L)!str,-t Number Four. per
Notice is hereby given that Ada Will- specifications furnished by Commis-
FERNANDINA, FLA. ian's. purchaser of Tax Certif:cate N,, sioner H. M Murrliee or II. J. Young-
F 1253. dated the 3rd day of August. tl,,,od. Sip.rintendent
I) 1914. has filed said certificate in nr. Also,. lids are invited for clearing
-ffi:. and ha:: made application f, r and grubbing about ten miles of the
tax deed to issue in accordance witn present road between Kings Ferry and
Slaw Said certificate embraces the tl- Kolers Ferry. and abut two miles for
lowing described property s.tuate'd i: :,-w road from Vinzant Place westward
Nassau county. Florida. t.,wit: to. onne't with Middle Road. Clearing!
-- Sub. F o"f Lot 5. in Block 244, City (, and grubbing shall consist of clearing
F- ernandina. ;.:1 lands within the limits of the right-
The said land being assessed at the ..f-way to a width of 34 feet. All trees
date of the issuance of such certificate -umps. ro,,ots., rush and other perish-
C L I O in the name of t;. L Baltzell. Trustee ales are to be removed from the right.-
LLnless said certificate shall be redeem- -way t., a depth of 18 inches below
C RE ed according to law, tax deed will is- *'e surface, and trees and stumps with-
sue thereon on the 27th day of June. the right-of-way are to be pulled.
A. D. 1927. The Countv Commisaioners reserve
G E N Witness my official signature and i',. right to reject any or all bids, or
seal this the 24th day of May. A. D .ar> portion thereof.
RACTOR192-. H. GROUND.
coNTRACTOR ESeal) G. C. BURGESS. I chairman Board of County Commia-
A D -*- Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau county. ,ners.
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S I D E R ULATON C BURGESS, Clerk. 6-10
IL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
a IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
SUpon Applic tion s ,m s.ea u sr 017O8 IN AND FOR ANASSA CONTY '
Estimates Furnib ponDepartment of the Interior. UriS. FLORIDA.
Land Offile at Gainesville. Florida.

PHONE 21 fU- NANDNNA FLA notice is hereby given that Harry L "1'ate of Thomas C. Borden.
SAllen, of Fernandina. Florida. who. on -. eased.
...---- .. April 6. 1923. made Homestead Entry Notice is hereby given that the un-
No 017840. for Lot 2. Section 6. Town- -Aliign.ed a a administrator of the,


CiTy Lois 'iOmF, B LACIL IIA304OCKAND
ii~v r t .. ORCUARD LANDS


ship 2 N.. Range 25 E. Tallahassee
Meridian. has filed notice of intention
to make Commutation Proof. to es-
tablish claim to the land above describ-
ed. before Clerk Circuit Court. at Fer-
nandina. Florida, on the 1st day of
July. 1927.


ate of Thomas C Borden. deceased.
i on the 21st day of June. A. D
S27. file my final return and account
*.'d vouchers with the Honorable Coun- i
r Judge in and for Nassau County.
F' 'rida. and at the same time ask for
"I- annroval of said account an,,


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MEXICAN IMMIGRANI's


HOME TOWN THOUGHTS


The United State- i. :- rtgu- Just as the modest and shrinking
ating immigration frio i :p, oIne child may not get credit for half he
knows, so the merchant who fails to
result of which s to rt.: speak up for himself by advertising
the number of iminigraur- iro, MNhx- is not likely to get far.
co. Many will feel ttat ,' ri:ces of If your home town is just a place
Europe are mostly rel;it'.i to our to sleep and eat in, your bed and
people than those of .11,xic,. and that board is about all you can expect to
Mexican immigration shi,.hl !,g,. regu- et out of it.
lated like that from Euro,, r If we want our home towns to im-
It seems unjust to i friends prove, we have got to do some of the
It seems unjust to mr ay friends pulling up the hill of progress our-
nd relatives of our citiz.us who live selves.
in Europe to rulh them .it of the
country by the -riit ri.. ins of The number of radios on farms in-
the immigration law. :j, the same creased 126 per cent last year, says
time that the .Mexieani- tre coming the United States Department of Ag-
n such large number 'riculture.




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Block 8. Lot S% of 27. S.
29. 30
Block 8. Lot N% of 27. 28. 2'.
Block 10.Lot 9
Block 12, Lots 27. 28 -- -
Block 12. Lots 22. 33 _........
Week16. Lots 32. 33 ..............
20, Lot South 30 Ft.
I.t North 35 Pt. of 14
21. Lot 6
24. Lot 4
ek 24. Lot 5
U ck 25. Lot 6
6o Lot 1t ..............
|$S k 36. Lot 11 .....................
S39. Lots 8% of z .....
43. Lot West 80 Ft. of
Mock 45. Lots 4. s"1/3 or :i
Block 46. Lot 7 ...............
BMock 47. Lot 2 ........
Bock 47. Lots 3. 4 .
Block 47, Lot 7 ................
lock 41. Lot West % of I
Block 51. Lot 8 ................
Block 51. Lot 6 ..................
Block 51. Lot E% of 1..
ock 651, Lot N of 4, f,",
1925 ...........
Moct 61. Lot N% of 4. for
196. .......
3 oci 54. Lot 4 ...............
oc t 72. Lot N 25 Ft. of I
3 ock 74. Lot 8 of 6 -
Soc c 78. Lot W% of I ...
I oeE 79. Lot 8 .................
S oci 81. Lot N% of 2
3 oct 90, Lots W % of 1. 2, 3,
4. 7. 8 10. N% of 11. S'-
of 12. li to 16 Inc. ...... -
Block 90. Lot N% of 12 .
Block 91. Lots All of (Le. .
W% of 6 & N% of &
Block 91. Lot N of &
Block 96. Lots all of (Le-s
Lot 16, Ny% of Lot 2. N'S
of 12. S% of 10) .......
Block 96. Lot W% of 15 .
Block 1265. Lot 13 ..........
Block 130, Lot S% of 4 ..
Block 131. Lot S% of 3
Block 132. Lot N% of 1I
Block 135. Lot 1 .................
Block 136, Lot 2 .......
Block 135. Lot 8 ..............
Block 137, Lot 2 ........
Block 137. Lot 14 ...............
Block 137. Lot 11 ....
Block 140. Lots 5 & 6 .
Block 148, Lot N% of 6
Block 149, Lot 5 .......
Block 149. Lot S% of 6
Block 149. Lot 8 ..... -...
Block 152. Lots 12. 13. 14. N1s
Block 152. Lots 25. 26 ..
Block 153 Lot 12..............
Block 153, Lots 27. 28. 29. lft
19256 .......................
Block 153. Lots 27. 28. 29. f,,r
1925 -.........................
Block 153. Lots 30, 31, 32
Block 154. Lots 23 to 28 in,.
Block 155. Lots 15. It; -
Block 158. Lots 1. 2 ........
lock 158. Lot 10
lock 159. Lots 3. 4
lock 159, Lots '7. 27 .. .
lock 159. Lots 29, 30 ... ....
luck 160. Lot 14
lo-ck 166. Lots 31. 32* ..
lock 172. Lots I',. 1.. .
lo'k 173. Lots 1,. 16t
o'k 173,. L.ot.' 27. 2 ...
ock 177. Luot.s A.ll of ..... )
,ock 178, Lots Al of..--)
lork 17, L.ot4. All of .......... )
lck I'/. Lots Stub) A. C of 1
h14 k i k.';. l.ts 3 4 .,. 6 ....

k 1: 1.00L. ,t 3 .. ...
l],,, k 19-'-;. I,,.t 12 .......

li k i. '4 1 to a Inc. .
i -,,k I..l.t. I t. 10 inc.
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lo t A L.,ots Suih B of 10
lhck :.2.'. 1...t- Sit) D of 10 -
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l.,ck l.. .uot N'-, of Stj of
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1 I.It Sub E of 5....
1'. k L s 1. 2. 3, 9. 10
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S.' .1- {33 & West
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Belle Longwood ....
Ada Watson ...........
R. M. Ellerson ........
Afro-American Ins.
Co. ....
D. Salvadore,
Admx.
R M. Martin ........


II. F. Hammond ....
John Johnson ........
W. Salvodore,
Adm x. ...................
D. Salvadore,
Admx.
Afro-American Ins.
Co.
Joe Glanino ...........
Mrs. Alma Part-
ridge
F. W. Sadler ............
Mrs. J. F. Mularkey
I'nknown ..............
Unknown ................
W. H. Peck ............
Unknown ...............
Lizzie Crossen ........
Laura Bounard ......
t. M. Ellerson .......
Unknown ...............
Mamie Moseley ......
Laura Jones .... ..
Mamie Moseley ......
R. M. Ellerson .......
R. M. Ellerson ........
Minus McCleary ....
A. J. Brown ............
Rufus Johnson ......
Viola C. Robinson.
Mrs. A. E. Howell..
Cora Wilson ......-
Ocean City Realty
C o. ......... ...............
T. J. Corbett ........
Ocean City Realty
Co -- -......
W H Sparkman ...

Ocean City Realty
C o .. ... ........... ....
Mrs. Nettle L. Cone
N A. ardee ...........
Clara Hughes ........
Hattie Bowie ..........
Frank Ross ............
Unknown ...............
Unknown ................
S. T. Jordan ............
Fernandina Dock &
Realty Co............
(7has. Kennedy ......
Bertha Robinson ..
J. S. l'eterson ..........
John Murray .........
8. 0. Rosseau ......
J. S. Peterson .. ....
Nathan Holzendorf
Maud M. Colton .....
Mattie F. King ....
E. R. Ellerson .......
Josephine Jennings
Josephine Jennings
Louise Murrell .....
J. C. Anderson.
Heirs of ..............
P. Lawson ...............
B. & J. Jones ..........
B. C. Johnson ..........
Joshua Williams ..
Marion Sye ..............
Marion Sye ...........
Lena Victory .........
Anna Lewis ............
John Finley ...........
Julius Klotz, Heirs
of _...... .................
Sarah Jackson .......

Unknown ............
Chase. Smith ...........
1). M. McClellan ......
D. B. Wilson ............
1). B. Wilson ..........
Matthew Argrett -
I'eggy Sadler ..........
Mrs. Mary E. Scott
H. J. Baker ..............
Mrs. Mary E. Scott
Mrs. Mary E. Scott
Mrs. Mary E. Scott
Beugnet & Waas..
Ben Coakley .......
'lara Latham ........
Ieah McCullough..
Mrs. Mary E. Scott
Mrs. Mary E. Scott
.Mrs. Mary E. Scott
G. C. Smith ............
Mularkey Morse
Inv. Co .............
E. J. Rutishauser....
Maggie Jackson,
Heirs of ..........


J. Fred Lohman ..
L. L. Bunker ........
E. F. Morse ......
Henry McDonald -
0. J. Danberg ......
T. B. Lasserre ........
T. B. Lasserre ........

Arthur T. Williams
Sam Grant ......
Unknown ...... ...
F. C. Ely .........
F. C. Ely .... ...........

Mrs. S. R. Merrow..
J. M. Roux ...........


30.94
30.94
30.64
36.38
17.66
42.71

61.43
36.68
52.07
30.94
67.16
30.64
8.30
161.39
112.16
24.60
91.31
60.26
48.75
30.64
30.64
18.56
36.68
39.70
15.55
6.49
9.81
9.81
16.55
9.51
6.49
9.61
27.62
3.47

4.37
.76

5.58
.75

4.97
.75
9.51
12.53
6.49
6.49
81.96
36.68
24.60
3.77
12.53
15.55
44.01
9.51
24.60
18.56
24.60
15.55
4.07
9.51
6.00
6.79
12.53
4.37
9.51
9.51
1.96
9.51
8.30
3.47
1.96
6.49
3.47
2.57
2.27

20.07
1.06
2.87
3.47
12.53
1.96
3.47
1.66
14.94
3.77
7.10
1.96
8.30
3.77
3.47
9.51
6.49
1.06
20.98
103.39
296.89
157.43
6.79
1.66
1.66
2.56
9.81
12.63
1.66
1.35

33.96
15.85
18.86
30.64
4594

196.67
61.13


_f East ofr Fernandina Dock
Marsh) .... Realty Co ...... 6.88
Fernandina Dock
t 8 ......- & Realty Co .-.....-. 24.90
S. Fernandina Dock
4. 7, S. 9 & Realty Co ... --. 30.94
Fernandina Dock
S14 .......- & Realty Co ..- 108.38
7 ins.. 15 Fernandina Dock
--............. & Realty Co. .-... 115.76


ELIZABETH 0. IlT!INBOTHAI,
Tax Colledor Nassau County, Florida


SCHOLARSHIP OFFERED
FOR WINNING CLUB BOY


DISTANCE LENDS ENCHANT.
MENT.


.,, The Develp- ne old saying explans a lot about
m., '..T",, of theD Seaboard trade and business. People will trav-
Axr .,. ... upon authority .of el or send long distances to buy some
i>. -es Warfild, is g- article that they could obtain for the
S '. .. Warfield, .is I same or less money at home. When
a the Internation it comes from far away, it somehow
v. uand sandiCong club looks better to them.
hy .al. .. "t.' ofuthe Seaboard After people recover from their il-
,n F .1r,, ;. ..n is of the second yea lusions, they begin to learn that the
T '. s is the second yi distant thing is commonly no better
e < .as given a yeasholr0P gng than the near thing, and also that a

i" ,le lastye one this yea good deal of uncertainty attaches to
' c. .le the one this the distant thing. The thing that,
\ ; b ty. oy' ub you buy in Fernandina is almost sure!
1:. ,, ockf State bod .rl to be right, because you have time to
J NK "'r, ge rc ried culture l ook it over, and if not, you can get
. N. .Br;... general. r -cult-. satisfaction.
agent ,, .aboard, that the scho
arshil. ,.. offeredd ain this year
" a'.! traversedby i h iis You like to live in a prosperous
tie s... travertown. Prosperity, like charity, be-


STUDENTS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

It was noted in a recent report of
the Newark, New Jersey, city library,
that books on social science comprise
7 % per cent of all works borrowed
from that collection, as against 2 ',
per cent 20 years ago. This shows
how many people there are who are
interested in the idea of better cities
and towns, and a better country.
Social science is an intangible sort,
of thing, yet if we do not practice it
intelligently, we all suffer. If we
had better social science, we should
see cities and towns and states and
the nation operated better, taxes
would be lower, schools would be bet-
ter, industrial conflicts would dis-
appear, labor and capital would har-;
monize, and poverty and slums would
be mostly things of the past.
Social science is the art by which
people live together scientifically.
The technical men can tell just what
elements they need in their leather
or their copper or their cotton, but
when it comes to weighing human re-
lations, then it takes imagination and
sympathy and judgment and the
sense of justice.
In an ideal community, the people
who hold public office would have.
made an intelligent study of social
science. They would have learned
sound principles of government and
taxation and economics and educa-
tion. But candidates who have made
such a study are not now always able
to get the votes. The plausible talk-
er who never heard of social science
and who goes against its principles, is
often able to get elected.
At the root of good social science
are two ideas, justice and efficiency.
If we can bring up a generation of
young people who have learned to
treat everyone fairly and sympatheti-
cally, and who do good work them-
selves and insist that every one work
efficiently, then we shall make pro-
gress in social science.


THE WORK OF THE COMMUNITY

People who have worked in move-
ments and organizations for civic and
business progress find that the great
difficulty in the way is to find a few
people who are willing to take the
responsibility of leading the lines of
work that are to be carried on.
If you want a certain line of work
done, you will find plenty of people
who are willing to serve on a com-
mittee for that purpose. In fact.
they may be rather aggrieved if they
are not named on some of these com-
mittees. But when it comes to find-
ing some man or woman who will
take the lead for a certain task, and
accept a certain degree of responsi-
bility for making it a success, such
folks are scarce. It is often more
work to find someone who will be thil
chairman of a committee than to
make up all the rest of the member-
ship of that committee.
It seems unfortunate that people
are so very reluctant to take a lit
tie responsibility in promoting civh
movements. In that way they limii
their own personal success anm
achievement.
But if they are willing to go ahead
and assume such responsibilities to
some extent, they acquire a reputa-
tion for activity and efficiently.
which helps them in their '.mn oc- I
pation or personal aims.
The man who will serve a chair-
man of a committee in a good local


organization, and who actually Kgt.
some work done on that committee,
makes a reputation for himself. Such
service has been the foundation n of
the success of many people i iu
ness and the professions. They made
friends in that way, and they created
a reputation for activity and enter-
prise and public spirit. When ,,nme-
one needed a man for some busine-t:
job or political office, it was natural
to turn to them for that service.
It is much the same with women li
their clubs and such organizations.
Those who are willing to take respon-
sibility make many friends, and art
amply rewarded for their per",:,al


effort.

CHARACTER AND THE BACK
YARD.

You can usually get a pretty goLud
idea of how successful people are in
the world by looking at their honie
places. And particularly their back
yards, where their real nature sevi.:-
to reveal itself.
If these grounds are neat and at-
tractive, you can feel confident that
they have orderly minds that take up
the problems of their daily work and
dispose of them in a systematic way.
But if they are all covered over with
litter, and rubbish collects there, it
seems likely that they do their regu-
lar work in a slipshod and unfinished
way, which must make their services
undesirable and poorly compensated.

PREVENTS INFECTION
The greatest discovery in flesh
healing is the marvelous Borozone, a
preparation that comes in liquid and
powder form. It is a combination
treatment that not only purifies the
wound of germs that cause infection
but it heals the flesh with extraordi-
nary speed. Bad wounds or cuts
which take weeks to heal with the
ordinary liniments mend quickly un-
der the powerful influence of this
wonderful remedy. Price (liquid)
30c, 60c and $1.20. Powder 30c and
60c. Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer. Fernan-
dina, and The Conner Co., Callahan.

The aize of vnur tattion depends


v WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT


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BATHING


SUITS


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Men,


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Women


Children


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Lincoln Phaeton .
New paint, new tires, first-class condition


Chevrolet Landau Sedan
1927-Good as new


Chrysler Sedan


List Price

. $4150


New Price


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. 965


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Studebaker Big 6 Speedster


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Buick Sedan, 5 pass.


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Reconditioned, new paint, 5 new tires


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Phones 18 and 91


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Pa-e lte


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Every
reserve
a subsl
Unfre-
tion, e
you t')
real es
ment


Dealt Tie
Us


TE FIRST NATION
FERN


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Mrs. Geo. Burt is visiting
at Miami and Pompano this
o0
WANTED-Shark Fins as
rapins. Mee May Jan Co.
-o
D. V. Rosa and wife, of Wei
Beach, spent Thursday in the
o
Mr. F. C. Correll, of Lake:
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
o
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sauls a
of St. Petersburg, are visit
and Mrs. Walter Sayler.
o
Ice Cream delivered anywh
the city. H. 0. Livingatone,
87.

Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Sayler a
of St. Petersb,.rg, are visiting
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
0
Ice Cream delivered anywi
the city. H. 0. Livingstone,
87.
o
Stop in at Jones-Elder Fum
Storage Co. and hear the late
tor Phonograph Records.
-O
Furnished apartment down
Green Tree Inn, corner Ced
Eighth streets.
o
Mrs. Everett Mizell and da
Miss Myrtle Mizell, visited J
ville Saturday.


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THE I


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Store, G. D. Baarslag, proprietor, fers are hollering for rain.
Ash street, between Fifth and Sixth
streets. If every citizen will help, we can
a have a clean town.
Mrs. J. D. Ogilvie and Mr. and
Mrs. Meade Higginbotham attended -
the funeral of the former's sister, e Y7 Health
SMrs. Orie Pickett Adams, hpld at Renew Your Health
SAny Part o the City Dinsmore Sunday. by Purific tion
STS The many friends of Mr. E. F.
I Morse wil regret to learn that she has Any physician will tell you that
g been indisposed the past several days 'Perfect Purification of the System
and all trust that she will soon be s Nature's Foundation of Perfect
Fully restored. health Why not rid yourself of
S___ chronic ailments that are undermin-
Simplex, the one piece istonng your vitality? Purify your en-
Simplex, the one piece piston ring re system by taking a thorough
with side expansion, embodying a course of Calotabs,-once or twice
I the good points of multiple rings week for several weeks-and see how
@ without their faults. Positive re- Nature rewards you with health.
4 suits given-not merely promised. Calotabs are the greatest of all
D D u Si Distributed by Davenport-Brooks system purifiers. Get a family pack-
s D rug Store Corporation, phone 91. age, containing full directions. Only
S36 cts. At any drug store. (Adv.)
REXALL STORE Mr. S. M. Neville, a retired vmpita-
'list of Cleveland, Ohio, wh) has --.. .
PRONE 22 large real estate holdings in F,.rnan-
dina and Nassau county, and who has
recently completed the resort to be
known as Nassau Park, in company is a PresMritl.Mn for
S Developing with Mrs. Clark, left for his imm Malaria, Chills and Fever
s TDveopnghome at Burton. Ohio, on T':Bsday.
They will return to Fernandina in the Dengue or Bilious Fever.
faiL It ll. the germs.


NASSAU COUNTY .LEADER. FFRANDINA, FLORIDA
Mrs. T. H. Hoover has returned Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett, who
from Lake City, where she spent two have been visiting relatives at Jeffer-
weeks with her parents. son, Ga., returned Tuesday and Mr.
A o Bennett has again taken up his duties
D. A. Kelly, Jr., having finished as clerk in Waas' Pharmacy.
his studies for the term at the Uni- o
versity of Florida, Gainesville, has Friends of Dan Nagel, who has
ve A CC O Un to returned to his home here. been an inmate of Riverside Hospi-
0 tal, Jacksonville, for the past several
Parrish, the Photographer, main- days, will be glad to learn that he is
o tains a Free Clinic for Crippled doing nicely and will soon be able to
Kodaks and gives 24-hour service on return home.
Kodak Finishing. tf o
penron should hasve o Good roads now place us in direct
fund in the form of Furnish your porch and enjoy the competition with Jacksonville prices.
warm weber. Porch Chairs, Just compare our prices on Fruits,
tantial interest account. Benches, Swings and Rugs at Jones- Vegetables and Canned Goods for the
you have this protec- Elder Furniture & Storage Co. 6-17 week-end. with those you pay in Jack-
o maycompel0Msonville and see what you save.
emergency may compel S. M. Neville this week purchased Barnes' New Market & Grocery.
sacrifice some of your the S. O. Rousseau place on South -o
Seventh street, through Ilaile & Simplex, the one piece piston ring
tate or valuable invest- Ferreira. 0 with side expansion, embodying all
WecuritZeCJ o the good points of multiple rings
Send your dyeing and cleaning to without their faults. Positive re-
Rogers & Jones, 611 Main street, suits given-not merely promised.
-Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay parcel Distributed by Davenport-Brooks
postage on returning. Corporation, phone 91.
o ___o___
Up All Yoar MeO,--Let Get a Portable Phonogralph for The editor and family acknowledge
Hold Your Reserv your summer picnics. Only $1 down receipt of an invitation from Edward
and $1 per week at Jones-Eld, r Fur- F. Morse, Jr., who is a student of
niture & Storage Co. ,;-17 Belmont Abbey College, Belmont, N.
o 0 C., to attend the graduation exercises
Gunby Ozmer returned, hoims this of that institution which will be held
week from Gainesville, where he has i Tuesday evening, June 7th, 8 p. m.
INA BRN OF FRN A been Flia.ttending the Univeritv of o
daHL BANKOd thF UN t NFlorida. John Bogart, after finishing the
o term of schooling at the University
ANDINA, FLORIDA FOUND-Automobile tire. Own- of Florida, Gainesville, has been
er may have same by paying cost of spending the week here with his aunt
this advertisement and describing and uncle, Capt. and Mrs. W. D. Bo-
same. C. G. South. gart, and will leave for Tampa today
o or tomorrow.
Mrs. Harry Arnold, of Atlanta, ---
Ga., is visiting her grandmother. Mrs. Simplex, the one piece piston ring
M. R. Wilds, and sister, Mrs. II. C. with side expansion, embodying all
SHaddock. ;the good points of multiple rings
So without their faults. Positive re-
Hiemy Fishier, having finished the suits given-not merely promised.
term at the University of Florida, Distributed by Davenport-Brooks
Gainesville, has returned to his hme Corporation, phone 91.
here. 0-
0 : Ladies of Nassau County: The
FOR SALE-Female Germanii Po- Singer Shop in Fernandina, next door
lice Dog. Registered and pedigreed. to Jones-Elder Furniture Store, on
Apply to Bonnie View Dairy, at Center street, is open for your ser-
friends Dr. W. A. Brewster and wife and Amelia City. tf vice and convenience. You can buy
week. two little daughters, of Callahan, o an up-to-date Singer Sewing Machine
spent Tuesday in Fernandina. Mrs. Cuyler Green, of Del.and. is on extremely easy terms and can
2d Ter- o visiting her mother, Mrs. Ettie V. turn in your old machine and get a
tf WANTED-An unfurnished lower Ogilvie, and sister, Mrs. Meade Hig- good price for it. A postal card ad-
floor room for storage of furniture. ginbotham. dressed to Singer Sewing Machine
st Palm Box 776, Fernandina, Fla. tf 0 Shop, Fernandina, will bring the
city. o Mrs. II. A. Struss and children., ofSinger Man to your door. It
P. M. Wilds, of Evergreen, was a Lakeland. arrived on Tuesday for a
land, is business visitor to Fernandina on visit to the former's parents, Mr. and The Gridley Art Pageant and Dis-
Bailey. Saturday. Mrs. E. W. Bailey. play will be presented at the Masonic
o o Temple Tuesday, June 6th, at 8:00
nd son, FOR RENT-Furniahed upstairs Miss Katherine Whitney re-turned o'clock p. m. under auspices of the
n Mr. -apartment with private bath. Mrs. on Tuesday from New York City, Order of Eastern Star. Tickets on
W. B. Baker, Sixth and Beech st& where she visited her sister, Mrs. J,s- salh at the Bake-Rite Bakery. Mr.
eph Bresslin. GCridley intends painting additional
T i FOR RENT-Four room cottage 0o-- scenes in Fernandina and has a wide
Switch bath. Tenth street. Mrs. S. FOR SALE-1925 Oldsmobile Se- experience in entertaining, having
SCarrio. tf dan, $200 cash. Five good tires, car pleased large audiences with the
O in first class condition. Apply at 'clean entertainmentt offered and the
nd on,4 A. O. Bailey, of Jacksonville, spent Acosta's Market. l'hone lo). art display.
their Sunday here, the guest of his parents, o---o -
Sayler. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bailey. Mrs. L. Moore and Mrs. J.C. JACK KIRKLAND
d McKay, of Tampa, who have been
here in Miss Myrtle Chadwick left last Fri- visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bailey, Jack Kirkland. 57, a resident of
phone day for Waycross, Ga., where she will returned to their hioi, s oin Wedne.- Callahan and well known farmer of
tf spend some time visiting relatives. day. Nassau county, died in this city early
o yesterday morning after a short ill-
ItUre & FOR RENT-Cottage opposite the The stcanr' h6) lF'lior Spar. ('apt. ness. The deceased is survived by his
Nt Vic- Keystone Hotel, all modern conven- Meyer, arrived on Thursday and will wife, Mrs. Etta Kirkland of Callahan,
6-17 iences. Apply J. M. Adams, City. load 3800 tons of phosphate fi.r Dan- and eleven children, Mrs. L. Redmon,
o zig. This vessel will sail ,in Satur- Orlando; Miss Hattie Kirkland, Jack-
ta* Simplex, the one piece piston ring day. sonville; Robert and Jack Kirkland,
lar ad with side expansion, embodying all o --- Miami; Mrs. W. M. Hildebrandt,
the good points of multiple rings Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Shave, accom- Dinsmnor. ; Miss Annie Kirkland,
without their faults. Positive re- panied by their daughter, Mrs. J. M. Louisville, K ., and Walter Hamp,
ughter, salts given-not merely promised. Roux, and Misses Bessie Natel and Ola; Onnie and Becky Kirkland, of
ackson- Distributed by Davenport-Brooka Grace Nagel, spent Wedne'day in Callahan, andi oth!,r relatives. The
Corporation, phone 91, Jacksonville. arrangements are directed by the
o Marcus Conm:int ('Company and the
S* Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Fo'uts and time and place of the funeral will be
I -, I Ill11little son and Master John Morgan announced lr.er. Florida Times.-
Beasley, of Callahan, are th, guests Union May ",th.
of Mrs. Fouts' brother-in-law and sis- -
0 S B O T LESV V iter, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Uthlhock. Trade at home! Money spent away
ATTUIII |f -o------ from home doesn't pay our home lab-
iJ. Roux, A. S. Allan, Geo. .1. Peace on the school buildings. Taxes have
-:and F. H. Hobein attended tli funer- to be increased to make up this loss.
1198 DINT, 1.8 al of Bert Pennngton ,,, .,rkon.
SU1---M yn n|,|ton villa Monday. Some of our slow moving people
Sg ---- will probably get ready to contribute
Let us Charge Your Radio Bat- to the flood sufferers by the time the
| series for $1.00. The 0. K. ('ash ground gets all dried up and the suf.


WEEKLY PROGRAM OF

RlEX THEATRE
4(iterstate Enterprises DIreetiom)
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW-OFTEN A GREAT ONE

WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 6, 1927


Your name printed on this side of and it hits the inside track to film
program entitles you to free admis- entertainment. He saved a horse
sion to "SYNCOPATING SUE," with from the shafts of a wagon, and the
CORINNE GRIFFITHl. whip of a peddler. The handicappers
MONDA Y "THE PERFECT dubbed the animal as a "has-been,"
SAP," with B E N L Y 0 N and but it carried him to a victory over
PAULINE STARKE. Love? No the field, a victory of love. (Mr. and
great detective had time for that Mrs. T. H. DuBose.) Lupino Lane
and he was a great detective. His comedy, "HIS PRIVATE LIFE." 10
correspondence school diploma told and 25c.
him so. But it didn't tell him what FRIDAY-7THE BREED OF THE
to do when his heart was attacked by SEA," with RALPH INCE and MAR.
a beautiful bobbed-hair bandit. (Mr. GARET LIVINGSTON. Peter B.
and Mrs. Jack Armstrong.) Whirl- Kyne wrote it, and he has never writ-
wind comedy, "MANY A SLIP." 10 ten a more thrilling, virile melo-
and 25c. drama. The thick chested men of the
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY- four masters are the setting, and the
"SYNCOPATING SUE," with COR- action is never ceasing, and ever
INNE GRIFFITH, TOM MOORE, thrilling. You're bound to like it.
ROCKLIFFE FELLOWES. She had (Mrs. E. Fitzgerald and One.) Felix
music at her finger tips, jazz in her: Cat Cartoon and Imperial comedy,
toes, a trap drummer in her heart. 'GOLF WIDOWS." 10 and 25c.
Broadway in her soul. She belonged
to Broadway, and made Broadway SATURDAY BOB CUSTER ia
belong to her. Rag time in the ball "THE DUDE COWBOY." Feats of
room, those aching blues in the hall daring, amazing horsemanship, stir-
room. Girls, you don't know what ring fights, plots and counterplots,
it's like until you try to make a fox- hairbreadth escapes, and a charming
trot sound like a wedding mar(i love story all combined here. LAST
(Mrs. F. W. Cookley and One.) Make CHAPTER of "THE FIGHTIING
a date with yourself to see it. Ch:-", MARINE," with GENE TUNNEY.
comedy, "TELL 'EM NOTHIN(; The one and only OUR GANG in
FOX NEWS. 15 and 35c. BRING HOME THd .E TURKEY."
THURSDAY "THE SUNSE1
DERBY," with MARY ASTOR and Matinee every afternoon at 4:00.
WILLIAM COLLIER, JR. An in.oli \'ights, 7:30 and 9:20. Saturday,
drama of the race track as it really i,. continuous from 3:00 to 11:00.

Will Sims, who has been attendir Mr. John Williams, a wholesale
the State University at Gainesvi!. merchantt of Charlotte, N. C., and
returned to his home here Tuedm:::. odfather to Miss Evelyn Hernandez,
night and will visit his parents, .1: u's visiting the latter and Mr. and
and Mrs. W. H. Sims, for two week M1rs. Frank Hernandez last week. He
after which he will go to Annisti left Monday for his home, accompa-
Ala., to attend the R. 0. T. C. can :itd by Miss Evelyn, who will spend
for about six weeks. 'he summer in Charlotte.


Boost Your Industries


and boost your town-insisting on Home Products
is a conservative and most progressive step.


Bread, Rolls, Cake
and other bakery goodies under the
wrapper are quality flome Products.
them.


Bake.Rite
Insist on


BAKE- RITE BAKERY
Through Your Grocer or Direct from Bakery

PHON 1- 79


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fo;d Vea-


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fretiny then feed 'Vwa,
especially so wAen served
in a dainty y/ass witA a
lony Aandled speooe. t
astesA btter and looks eot-
ter, and the cost is eom-
paratively small.

X. Srunwald
Seweler




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