Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: Juune 10, 1927
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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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 )
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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'ranadina News-Record, Est. 18816 Consolidated
Nasman County Leader. Est. 1912 i Dec. 15. 1920


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UNTIL... JUNE 27. (! "CGood Lookers" will not over- 0
Fernandina, Fla., June 6, 14 .7-- High and low tides predicted for II.ok the Lookers" wil not ov- O
The Board of County Commissioners the Port of Fernandina at the foot of i t e wk value op
met this day in accordance with law DeSto street for the week beginning g ortunities. Compare! |ih
o in"acornd eSaturday, June 11th, and ending Fri- BleWBt _
for the purpose of reviewing and day, June 17th Blue-White lic
equalizing the tax roll for the year Saturday. June 11th-High, 5:27 D A O
1927, the entire board being present. a. m., 6:05 p. m.; low, 11:38 a. min. D IA M O N D
The tax assessor reported his books Sunday, June 12th-High, 6:14 a.
ready. As due notice had not been in., 6:47 p. m.; low, 0:23 a. m.. n. I,
given to tax payers the board ad- 12:23 p. m. w Specially eeh, td .or finest
journed to meet at 10 o'clock Monday, June 13th-High, 6:57 a. or
on Monday, June 27th, 1927, for the m., 7:28 p. m.; low, 1:11 a. m.,_ alihty and priced to convince h
purpose of equalizing the tax roll as 1:06 p.- i. Yvu that we have both a con- t
aforesaid, and will continue in ses- Tuesday, June 14th-High, 7:39 a. Jeweled science and a wish to please. i
sion from day to day until such work in., 8:08 p. m.; low, 1:55 a. m., STRAP WATCH fr
of equalization is completed. 1:48 p. m. STRAP WATCH fr
Mr. G. C. Burgess, clerk, was re- 21 a wednesday, June 15th-High 8:- .t dr
quested to publish official notice 21 m 8:48 p. m.. low, 2:39 a. "*,- $ th
June 10th,, 17th and 24th, that the 229 p ii- A timepiece of proven rel;,hili- es
Board of County Commissioners Thursday, June 16th-High, 9:04 ty. Jeweled movement conms i.n d
would sit as a Board of Equalizers at 3 :30 p. m.; low, 3:20 a m, filled white gold, du.i-iroof ve
10 a. m. on Monday, June 27th, 1927, 3:09 p.m. case, radium hands and iti
and the chairman was requested to Friday, June 17th-High, 9:48 a. numerals. th
also place a reading notice of this 10:14 p. m.; low, 4:02 a Ki
meeting in the county paper. The 3:52 p.m. Pay Cash and Save the Difference
Board of County Commissioners then There are usually two high and
met in special session, and was called two low tides each day. Tides folGua- ranteed
to order by the chairman. low the moon more closely than they Guaranteed sp
do the sun. and the lunar or tidal:- w I ST A hf
Judge J. B. Stewart appeared be- day is nearly an hour longer than the WRIST WATCH fo
fore the board and reported the pro- solar day. This causes the tides to 1 V(- 10
ceedings of the legislature at Talla- advance from day to day, and a tide fo
hassee in so far as they affected Nas- which has occurred near the end of == B8-K white gold engraved case H
sau county. He advised that the new one calendar day will be followed by !.et with diamonds and s:ipphir- of
concrete road from Yulee to Fernan- a tide that may skip the next day and pes, and fitted with high-grade
dina and the Atlantic Ocean had been occur in the early morning of the 15-J Swiss movement. c
declared a State road, and would be third day. Thus on certain days only n th
taken over by the State Road Depart- a single high or a single low tide oc- Vogue and vale to neet the most exact- w
ment for maintenance in the near curs. In such ass it will be noted ing demands. Cash certainly D S hu
future. He also reported that Road that vacancies occur in the tide buy for less! co
No. 13. from Yulee to Baldwin, is table. si
now on the preferential list and the J. G EO. SU HRER to
State Road Department had advised -TJeweler Iboa 17Druggist
him the work of surveying this road INFORMATION FOR PROPERTY *DIH rusgist
would begin this year, and that the OWNERS ERNANDiAo FLA. Pa
construction of this road was in the co
State' Roaddonotseemtounder-IIIIII IIIIIIIll IIIIIIIIIllllllllll DllllepartIIIIIIIIIllllllllllent's budget for Manypeople do not seem to under B
the year 1928. A vote of thanks was stand the Florida State Laws with vic
extended to Judge Stewart for his ef- regard to assessment of real and per- SCHOOL BOARD HELD AJUDUJ H. V. BURGESS SET. -it
forts in behalf of Nassau county at sonal propir.r ft ~ *- *- -- ----- .- -r
Tallahassee. hence this article is published by the
The chairman was requested to Board of County Commissioners for The Board of Public Instruction of During the past week Judge H. V. th
communicate with the Hon. Nathan the information of the public. Nassau county held a special meet- Burge.s, in the county court, dispos- m
Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture, The assessment of property is ing on Wednesday of last week to ed of the following cases, most of th
as to whether there is any contemp- made by the Tax Assessor. The law canvass the returns of the election which were of the assault and battery er
late change in the present law re- requires that the Tax Assessor shall I of School District No. 3, which was kind. ho
guarding care of convicts, and if no assess property as near its correct held at Hilliard on Tuesday, the 31st Roy Hopkins, colored, charged 2!
objection, he was authorized to order value as he can ascertain to the best day of May, to consolidate the witl assault and battery, drew a fine fr
anetionnal convt ae fo e of his knowledge and belief. This is schools of that district. The proposi- of $25 and costs or 30 days in the lo
Manley Jail Works, Dalton, Geor- usually done from January 1st to tion carried by an almost unanimous a
Manley Jail Works, Dalton, Geor-h ye Durng this ma ty. gan i
gia, in accordance with previous bids April st of each year. During this majority. John Smith, colored, charged with in
and correspondence, at a cost of period the law provides that owners Contracts were let to run water u profanity, had the choice of
about $985.00, f. o. b. works, and to of real estate and personal property lines from the city mains to th new15 days in the gang. a
get it here as soon as possible. The shall make a return to the Tax asses- building sites, that of th (white : ad u o M s
chairman was further instructed that sor, enumerating what property they school from Center street opposite dhward Gale and Mosella Ilill, t
if the Commissioner of Agriculture own and the value thereof. When the power house to the site of the charged with assault and battery, t
objects to the Commissioner of coAgrnvicult cages people fail to make this return, the new building, and that of the colored drew fines of $25 and costs or 30 o
objects to the use of convict cagell s Tax Assessor then fixes what he con- school from the corner of SeSenth days in the gang each. rg
mediately advertise and take steps to sides a proper taxation value, and Elm streets to the site of thlt. Oliver Henderson. colored, charg-
obtain estimate for construction of a After property owners have thus proposed new building at Tent and ed with assault and battery, $25 and t
obtain estimate for construction of a returned their property to the Tax Elm streets. John R. Mann & Co. costs or 30 days in the gng. d
Assessor, if they and the Tax Asses- was awarded the contract for the ma-I Sim Reynolds, colored, charged i
After discussion, Mr. H. J. Young- sor cannot agree upon a proper as- trial and Carl Klotz the contract with using the property of another a
blood, road superintendent, was in- sessment value, the law taken provides for furnishing the lobor. without consent of the owner, was o
structed to complete what work is that property owners may appeal to The Southern States Power Co. discharged. v
needed on the Nassauville road and the Board of County Commissioners will put all electric lines through con- Bunnie Baker, colored, charged k
to complete about half a mile on the as an Equalizing Board, and the duits to be placed under ground. 'with using the property of another
road into Chester, and, if it rains, County Commissioners have a legal without the consent of the owner, B
complete the Crandall road, and com- right at that time to change or amend FELIX SALVADORE IS was discharged upon payment of
plete pecky cypress bulkhead across valuations fixed by the Tax Assessor. AWARDED GOLD MEDAL court costs.
Kingsley Creek marsh, all of which In other words, the County Commis- M Felix S d wl r Herbert Barnes, colored, charged
is estimated will take three or four sioners act as a Board of Appeal be- Maetbered in Felrnx Salvadoreina, butw with assault and battery, got off with
weeks, and then move the convict tween property owners and the Tax es dg in StFernadinae b, now e choice of $25 and costs or 30
gang and equipment back to Hilliard assessor. residing in St Augustine s days in the gang. i
and resume work in districts No. 4 If people do not return the value turned from Belmont Abbe.. Bel-
and No. 5, rebuilding ethe River road f their property to the Tax Assessor, termont, having bafteen a awarded tl gold SMALL BLAZE TUESDAY
to and beyond Crackertown. or do not appeal to the County Comn- medal the highest average n his
Mr. Youngblood was authorized to missioners when they sit as a Board class. An alarm of fire Tuesday between
purchase what additional lumber is of Equalizers, the tax books are thus 11 and 12 o'clock a. m. brought the
needed for completion of bridge at closed without property owners Readers of the Leader will please fire department to a frame dwelling
Big Brandy Branch and Hammock looking after their taxation, and the overlook any errors in this iss>e, as house on Ninth between Date and
Branch and repair the bridge over the law does not provide any channel the editor, C. Prewitt, and .I. M. Elm streets, occupied by a colored
canal at Alachua Trail and Commis- through which valuations can be Roux left Saturday via of the Steam- family, where the kitchen roof was
sioner Higginbotham was requested changed later, ship Seminole for a trip to NeA York ablaze. Prompt work saved the
to purchase two or three thousand Per notice published elsewhere in City. They expect to retur.. next building, which only suffered small
feet of 3 in. decking for repairs need- this paper, the County Commission- week. damage to the kitchen roof.
ed to bridges in district No. 5. ers will meet as a Board of Equal-
The selection of Mr. R. H. Gregory izers :t 10 o'clock a. m., Monday. 1 -_iffll.h- llul-lll lmifli' l iDillmtnImglhUhphli iH mMigu lgllmi lmllullulaguM
of Yulee, Florida, by mail vote as June 27th, 1927. The Commission- _
.nunntv enumerator, was confirmed, ers will cheerfully listen to any corn- -

and Mr. G. C. Burgess, clerk, was re- plaints or unuiriesbrought before W
quested to officially notify the Hon. them by property owners at this T H R
Nathan Mayo,, Commissioner of meeting. ,ut if people fail to look N O I W L V I E R
Agriculture at Tallahassee, Florida, after their assessment values, as -
andalso notify Mr. Gregory. above outlined, the law does not per-
Commissioners Shave and Ground afmitter the ta lux bo es ar be chalos ed 6-24 CALLS FOR
were authorized to meet with the are closed 6-24
Chamber of Commerce and Rotary REWARD ii
Club and Mr. F. 0. Miller of the R WARD
Yulee Land Co., regarding disposi- A reward of Ten Dollars will be O l
tion to be made of space inside of paid for information leading to the'- 'l d I
concrete Y at Yulee, and take such arrest and conviction of any person
action as they deemed advisable. or persons who unlawfully mutilates, a n d ce C ream
The chairman was instructed to au- disfigures or damages any of the E\
Demonstration Agent, and Mr. A. S. roads in Nassau county.
Lawton, Farm Demonstration Agent, By order of the Board of' GET THEM AT
to hold a Rally Day at Amelia Beach County Commissioners.=
in July if desired, probably July 14th,
and thatthe countywould pay re- highways in Nassau county was ap- Was' D rug Store
onable expenses incurred, as a con- proved.
tribution to the demonstration work After discussion the Board decid.
,li... ... -.. 4a. mnne-. ed to discontinue as a county road "The Store A .mmanlatintr" i




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0 ONE-HALF MIlWiN l'o 'N

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his release from confine- That a little more ti:,: : .
ihe fortress of Akka, 'Abdu'l- lion pounds of fish wer,.
de few changes in his daily the ocean waters a short .
many more of his followers Amelia Island in a sinl.- .
t hint than formerly, conse- very "fishy" and is -car
is duties and labors increas- able.
ave ulp his residence in Ak- But such is the case ati .
after living for some months is fully vouched for by th.. i'.-
eighboring town of Haifa. reputable and veteran fish-rn, '
Egypt, and later on to Eur- made the record catch. T'Ih.
America, ever engaged in not table-fish, however, neiil. .
s of his spiritual mission. they caught with lines and h"..
he eight months which he most popular form of anglii :
America in 1912 he traveled Fernandina waters.
st to coast, visiting most of The Nassau Fertilizer a;ri .
ipal cities, and delivered ad- Company, which operates a .
wherever the doors were scrap and oil factory on the norti
pen to him. These address- end of Amelia Island, uses six fit;.1:
given in churches of many schooners in connection with thei ,w
tions, in synagogues, uni- eration of the plant. Thls,.v h,.
and before various organiza- are the Wallace. McIntosh. The l o
wherever he went he brought Seminole, Caroline Vineyards :iti
joy and assurance of God's Grampus.
to the hearts of the people. This fleet of fishing vessels left
leaving America 'Ahdu'l- the docks of the fertilizer f:actorv
de a tour of Europe and before daybreak (on the opWning i:ay
me time in Egypt, every- of the 1927 season and returned af-
emonstrating and giving ter the day's cruise s\'xeral miles off
spirit of the Baha'i Cause. the Amelia Island coast with :,.110
w months prior to the war barrels (622,00 Ibs.) of nwnhailen
bdu'l-Baha back again in the fish. As this species of t'ish averaviwe
d on Mt. Carmel, where, cut about one-fourth f a pouiinand in
the outside world, he re- weight, the day's catch approximate.)
during the years of the great two and one half mii1lion fish. the.
ministering to and feeding v.Ilu'e of which w\> est' timit;'d at
ving people, numbers of b""ut $25,000. Thi lulk of thi-
uld otherwise have died of huge. catch was l:1anldec by thie cre\\s
id want. Then the post-war "f the Wallace. Mclntosh andl Ti
in Palestine made it pos- liys.
n for 'Abdu'l-Baha's friends 'l'h menhaden economically i
m and receive his teachings o011' of the most important fiskhos of
the British army entered th t'nited States. although dut- to
the conquerors came inte fact that it is too Ibony and oily
with the Master 'Abdul-e in for table food and is u,.vd only in
1 in recognition of his ser- t il manuf a tr -u f ,attls. rtihzr
the betterment of human- and feed for poultry and cattle fish-
knighthood of the nriti elh n gnera
'"-*-'*-- mennanen," ..-*pogev," "mosshlunk
time for his departure from er" being mod.t generally in use. The
d drew nigh, 'Abdu'l-Baha Indians and -arly white settlers a-
ady all of his affairs, an, long the At lntice coast used it as a
kly, and without any appar- manure and "'ie name originally was
y illness, in the very early Narragansi f,,r "fertilizer."
the morning of November The mnb., :,,..n are' cau'ilt in
21, his spirit took its flight larger quat.'' s in the i ,c.n water
mortal realm. On the fol- extending ',,m .n Mrc.lehad ('itv.
morning his remains were laid N. C., to 'i.. r,,uth ,,f the St..t,,hns
adjacent to that of the Bab, river th, :-a v yotlhr fish. i.arv:
aha'i Shrine upon Mt. Car- fleets ar.. tiigaue in the fi-h.ery, aild
officials of Palestine, British a great iuller of factorile. ix t
ive, attending, while the the oil fr-t. ,inning and cuirrying. 1fr
services were conducted by adultera'; g other mior,' ,xi> Md cooperation of the clergy oils anI mtantitfatturt. and rifii-,'1 itt'o
usl'im, Christian and Jewish a valua,' guua and f stock.
1-Baha's tomb, like that of 't 1.' lil0 > iliiportant fil! ,r.ip; .ani
and Baha'u'llah, is visited oil f:;i. 'r'r- are located at M.1a reh:ead
the friends of the Cause, and City,. BRaulf',rd and Fverinind :a,. the
tuary from which continually latte r perrhI:ps iieing the, large :t on
ie prayers and supplications the. 'tir Atlantic ('oast.
faithful for the people of the 'h,. Na- -au Fertilize.r and Oil
id for the triumph of God's (',,aiIny is tht,. largest iilu-try oper-
on earth.-Adv. a in county.. Approxi-
iaiat .lv 150 miern art-e 'mipl,,yedl on the
TS WILL HOLD )",ats and at the plant e ght t, nine
REVIVAL NEXT WEEK mialths in the year anITl the monthly
i.avr,'ll run< aroundd $25,00 In adl-
W. L. C. Mahon, pastor of the reet Baptist Church in Jack- a, ,ually l'.nt fr tIle, upk-ee- of the
will conduct revival services .at a d.l rd-pair- :ail etixt insin to,
'irst Baptist Church here be- 'h, p -lant.
next Sunday morning, June To abete the tject iale odor
t 11 o'clock a. m. The ser- hi at ties emanate: rom th
11 be held at 8 o'clock p. m.. ftory when in iprti-n, the Wal-
he week, and at 11 a. m. and lace Tiernon ( 'nmparly, of Newark,
on Sunday. N. .1., is now ,ingage'd in the installa-
Mahon needs no introduction fa,. t,,.d. Thiszing proc-nt a reent di.ocal
people of Fernandina. as he faatry. is rce a recent dat.
led the pulpit in the Baptist ^ a -fr. ,,t,. .<.tin ihh .. rm.lls.
here on numerous occasions.
revival is to be of one week's
n, it is urged that our citizen. MRS. DAISY MELZER
the early services of the week
r not to miss any ef the great Mrs. Dai-y M.1Izer, wife of Hugo
*s delivered by this eloquent E. Me.lze r, who lives on the Capt.
'ceful minister of the Gospel. Madis-on place, on the Ame.lia road
ber that the revival service '.uth tf town. passed away at t:;30
SSunday evening. June 19th. o'clock Thursday evening. June 2nd.
after a lingering illness of several
N 0 T I C E y'-ari duratin.
Mr. a,,l Mrs. Melzer came to Fer.

:e is hereby given that City naldina from luntigneton, Fla.,
nation Book will be opened about a year ago, hoping the change
pt open by the City Auditor w ',,Id benefit her halth, but she
erk at his office in the City kept gradually failing until the end
om nine o'clock a. m. until came last Thursday t relieve her
o'clock rn.. and from two her husanse
p. m. until five o'clock p. m. Bchidr her huMay and leaves twt
he 1st day of June until the mourn h er May and Iai Mezer, to
V of July. 1927, Sundays ex- Inurt her death
for the registration of all Int rment Sat, y B.osque Bello
Sleg lly qualified to register f nt.r Saturdayi n,-,ring,, the
mary election 'to be held on funeral service being conducted by
S"27, and subsequent elec- I R. J. E OWard. Pastor of the
9," v T. Wn i.dt Methodist Church, of .whi. .e_
CiyAuiOr Lerk. amme "~ a

tions City Auditor and Clerk. l' m r.
The pall-b-areri w%-re
senator J B. Stewart returned .". Rink, hr. unker A
Saturday from Tallahassee. where o weardngn o. RUx, Gus Allen
he has accomplished much good for and Mr. Br wn.
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The graduating exercise of the In the few short months that -N Y-1 .W'" -
Fernandina public school were held Dolores del Rio, daughter of one of th
in the auditorium of the Masonic Mexico's oldest and richest fami- T H
Temple last Monday evening. The lies, has been in Hollywood she has (ierstate Eater pris Direo) o
baccalaureate sermon was preached climbed filmdom's ladder without ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW-OI N A GREAT ONE
at the Episcopal church Sunday night any hesitating steps. p- t
by Dr. Harris Mallinckrodt. peared under Edwin Larewe's di-
S rs Mrection in"Joanna." It was not a WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 13. 1927 s
The exercises Monday evening but a good starter. Next ro
were opened with prayer by Rev. W.big role, but a gd High Steppers. Next
T. Overstreet, pastor of the Fernan- she appeared in r'tigh Steppers,"
dma Presbyterian church. Prof 0. another Now come her great op- Your name printed on this side of el. You have probably read the story w
public iastructionty delivered the di- portunity-in "Pl. First." In this program entitles you to free admis- ,ir :*re familiar with it. as it's sale
public instruction, delivered the dia short we production for First Na- sion to "THE WINNING OF BAR- has been exceeded by no other book Ic
address in which he stressed "service tional, which comes next Monday BARA WORTH." with RONALI) except the Bible, in the past few
above sels inwhich he stressed "service to the Rex Theatre here, Miss del OLMAN VIMA BAK year,. You know it is crammed with d
self, nobility of character, tio has t leading feminine role COLEMAN and VILMA BANKY. ce: romance, and thrilling inci-
honesty of purpose and an abiding se dghes. MONDAY-PALS FIRST," with der s. We are sure it will appeal to
confidence in oneself. He emph- polite Lloyd hughes. M0NDAY-bigLa.FIRST,"aGath
sized the importance of thorough pr- pSix months ago beautiful Dolores LLOYD HUGHES, DOLORES DEL yo mI a big way. (Miss Rosa Gal- T
ration fimpor life's battle and in this del Rio held the center of the so- RIO, ALEC B. FRANCES, GEORGE ph l, and one.) Lloyd Hamilton d
conaraection cited the life, conduct and cial circle in Mexico City. COOPER. A tensely suspensive MOVIES. FOX NEWS Wed-
achievements of Colonel Charles A. Then came Carewe, First Na- story of crooks and spooks from the ne.;tly. 15 and 35c. se
Lindbergh, world renowned aviator. tional producer-director. He vis- popular novel by Frances Perry El- F R I D A Y-"THE SAP." with w
dbergh, world renownedal was aviwarded cited the Mexican capital, saw Do- liott. (Mr. H. P. Williams and one.) KENNETH HARLAN and MARY fu
The Goldstein medal was awardedlores perform a Mexican dance at Highly thrilling and dramatic, with McALLISTER. A laugh creating
to Miss Alma Hayes, who has just a charity hall. met her and told her plenty of fun. Standard comedy. st.-r of a bashful youth who goes to M
completed the ninth grade in the all about the movies-and Holly- "UNSOCIABLE THREE." 10 and w:r. returns a bashful hero, but later, F
four years' high school work. This wotd ard expressed a sincere de- 25c. at the instigation of lqve, becomes a
honor goes at each commencement to sire to see her on the American .Y tw. fisted fighter who sweeps every- v
the student attaining the best gener- cr TE-- T E E thing before him. (Mr. and Mrs t
al average in deportment and scholar- Carewe did not know at that THE YUKON," with SEENA OWEN Fdwin R. Hood.) There's humor, r
ship- time that Senora del Rio had cher- and ARNOLD GREY. A tremendous lotf t, an plent o action. Fox
The commencement address was ished secretly the desire to attain picturestory ofthe Klondike in the of it, OLD FLAME. of action. Fex Cat
delivered by lion. R. A. Green, of fame as a motion picture actress. early gold rush days-the great white c 10"LD FLAME." Felix Cat
ao rcam-)on. 10 and 25c.
Starke, representative in the U. S. Dolores was reticent about speak- spaces of the Canadian Northwest as h
congress from the second district, ing of her secret yearning. Her the setting. (Mrs. Dave Tapper and, S A T U R D A Y -" HILLS OF
whose expressions of congratulations family did not look upon it with one.) Roach comedy, "WISE GUYS PERIL." with BUCK JONES. A
to the graduates and advice to them favor. She was rich-and beauti- PREFER BRUNETTES." 10 and ra! td fire. nerve tingling, action ro- !
to continue their studies through the ful---and Mexico needed her, they 25c. nm:ince of the Golden West. The
higher institutions of learning, if pos- thought. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY- !romLame of a he-man who sought to
sible, were greatly appreciated by the Several weeks after Carewe re- RONALD COLEMAN and VILMA fiind himself, and found love as well-
students and the audience., turned to Hollywood he received a BANKY in "THE WINNING OF Ch::pter One of "The House With-
Congressman Green, digressing message to the effect Dolores would BARBARA WORTH." There is notou01 l Key." A good one. Smith
briefly from his general theme, com- come to the film city and appear a better matched team in pictures Ciedy, Smith's Visitors. 10 and
plimented the progressive spirit of before its clicking cameras. than Coleman and Banky. And there 2
the citizens of Fernandina as demon- Dolores del Rio is regarded as is not a better story in English litera-1 Matinee every afternoon at 4:00.
strated within the last year or two one of Mexico's richest women. ture for them to display their talents Nirhts, 7:30 and 9:20. Saturday,
in the building of a modern highway, She is just twenty and very pretty. on than this Harold Bell Wright nov- 3: :oo to 11:00 continuous.
paving streets and improving the edu- And, according to Carewe and
national facilities of the community, those associated in the making of -
Following is the commencement his pictures, she has genuine abil- MRS. H. T. WEIMER SENDS tra and to the owners of the building
program that was given Monday ity. Some say she is the logical MONEY TO FLOODED AREA in which the dance was held, for fur-
night: new star for 1926. She was select- mn i-hing free the music and the dance
Processional-Orchestra. ed as one of the thirteen Wampas Fernandina, Fla., May 30th, 1927. h:ll.
Invocation-Rev. W. T. Over- stars for the present year. Hon. John M. Parker, The money has been deposited in
street. Director Flood Relief Work,. :I pe,'ial account and it will be used
Salutatory-Mias Beulah Jones. GRADUATING CLASS Baton Rouge, La. to best advantage in the work which
Vocal Solo-Mr. David O'Hagan. GUESTS OF ROTARIANS Dear Sir: i are trying to do here.
Address to Class-Congressman Enclosed check for Sixty dollars' Again thanking you,
R. A. Green. The graduating class of the Fer- ($60.00) proceeds of a dance givtni Yours very truly,
Vocal Solo-Mrs. E. C. Garvin. nandina High School, composed of at Fernandina Beach Pavilion. I JNO. M. PARKER.
Valedictory-Mr. Conley Boothe. Conley Boothe, Ed 0. Davis, John Music for th;s dance, by the Fer-'
Presentation of Diplomas-Prof. Griffin, Lewis Nolan and Miss Beul- nandina High School Orchestra, and HARLAN IN "THE SAP"
0. T. Weaver. ah Jones, and Prof. R. W. Van Brunt, the floor were furnished free, all pro-
Presentation of Goldstein Medal. principal of the school, were special ceeds to go to the relief work. I am The Warner production of "The
Presentation of Eighth Grade Cer- guests of the Rotary Club at the re- sending this money by the request of Sap," featuring Kenneth Harlan, is
tificates-Supt. 0. T. Weaver. gular weekly luncheon at the Key- the dancers. We know you can place a gentle, humorous, psychological
Announcements. stone Hotel Monday afternoon. it to the very best advantage for the exposition of the struggle of a pam-
Benediction-Rev. J. E. Wood- Interesting and instructive talks immediate relief of the unfortunate pered sissy man to escape the stig-
ward. were made to the' class by Rev. Harris in this hour of need. ma of cowardice.
ENTIRE STRETCW Over- Yours very respectfully. When he went to war, via the
COUNTY ROAD OPENED Fernandina, in which he heartily fulof medals. the town bully, who
commended the Rotarians for the in- Louisiana Flood Relief Com., had kept him licked into shape
Nassau county now has a stretch terest they are taking in the boy Baton Rouge, La., June lhi. 1927. when they were kids, knew that
of hard-surfaced road extending movement. Mrs. W. T. Weinmer, something was wrong. He was the
from Fernandina Beach into Fernan- Bobbie Robinson, the guest of Fernandina, Fla. 0nl'v doubter and scoffer in the whole
dina, thence south along the east side Everett Mizell, was introduced by Dear Mrs. Weimer: hero--worshiping town.
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway President Goldstein and made the This will acknowledge receipt of lie proved to) his own satisfaction
to Yulee, and from there connecting keynote speech of the meeting. The your letter of the 30th ultin.o, en- that "that sap" was still afraid to
with the Coastal Highway to the big speaker stressed the value of the closing check for $60.00, represent- put up his dukes and that cats scared
marsh through which runs Nassau wonderful work that is being ac- ing proceeds of a dance given at Fer- h'im to death.
river, a distance of about fifteen complished by the Boy Scouts. The nandina Beach Pavilion, for vhich I "The Sap" knew his old enemy
miles.. citizens observe their work and who thank you. r, e t. enemy
Last Saturday afternoon the Mc- realize at the same time they are Please express my apprpcinton to mi.atrin, when the town had turned
Mahan Construction Co., who had the building experience, self-reliance, de- the Fernandina High School (rches- as quickly against him for his oh.
work in charge, opened the last gap pendability, physical fitness and
of the Kingsley Creek fill, and many character, Mr. Robinson asserted, --
delighted autoists availed themselves cannot fail to appreciate the signifi-
of the opportunity to test it and the ance of the great boy movement in
beautiful new bridge that spans this county.
Amelia River in the midst of the Mr. Robinson has for a number of
marsh fill. years been very active in boys' work,
The entire stretch of road, with the and at present has charge of a boys'
exception of that portion through camp at Brovard, N. C. a
Fernandina, which is brick is of con- The meeting was well attended and
create and one of the beet pieces of proved one of the most enjoyable of
road in the State the fifty-odd luncheons of the club
The new. two-way bridge is a beau- tane its organization a little more
ty. being as straight as a die and en- tnayear ago. A SI N
abling occupants of a car to see an- At the close of the interesting pro-
other car approaching from the op- gram, which included besides thea
posite direction, which eliminates splendid talks by thle several speak-
Contractors are speeding up the l"De" Snprepared by Mr. and Mrs.
work on the stretch over the ma i arsh nno emen w
.auth of Yulee to the Dual county hatinstead of the regular noon V A 1

ne and it is stated that within theday the club would stage ne banquet /
n-xt few weeks Fernandina will be at the Beach Casino, Monday night, '
i:nkf.d with Jacksonville by one of for the Fernandina troop of Boy
,he finest highways in the State. Scouts.
'aipt. William B. Atwater, pilot of Eight Nassau county club girls
*ne No. 3, attached to the left for Tallahassee Friday morn-
.I rStates Coast Guard, who, with ing, June 3rd to attend the "Girls" iOU DON'T IHAVE TO
"* f George Aldridge, prohibi- club Short Course. Approximately -STA
"* orcement officer, and Com- 400 club girls from every sec- JOTOOR be a chemist or a me-
:r. :'; *!o.rdan of the United States tion of the State will gather at the
.ard base at Fort Lauder- State College for women the last of chanic to know good
t. hired the high-powered mo- the week. The course is conducted a O W go
r V15710 and its cargo of by the State Home Demonstration gCilt he ne Just leave it
.r 500 cases of choice im- Department, and members of the de- \ Recoma g aSoline. JuSt leave it
"r rs in Nassau Sound last apartment are assisted by county home t
i r f'.w to Miami in the same demonstration agents, adult local to the scientific staffof
.ar. :,day of last week. leaders, teachers, at the college and
.r \ 710. together with other members of the agricultural exten- the Standard Oil C -
r I' which have been seized sion division from Gainesville. the Standard Oil Com-
.r.d ,. r here for several weeks, Courses will be conducted in nutri-
C.r, t ,,i Savannah by a Coast tion, home improvement, poultry, Pun, and remember
;r :.r,,I boat, the eargoes of gardening, sewing, household man-
d(lU.r l 'en stored in the Fe- agement, and other things of inter the na.e Crown.
Tera '. here. est. Those going from Nassau coun-
T. sai, t seized by Capt Atwater ty are: Adaline Galphin, of Fernan.
man r one of the finest of the dina; Louise and Lucile Owens, Cris-.
oans- r craft taken recently by sie Jones and Vernie Lee Swails, of STAN DARD O L COM PANY
twoo 2u-,.n. It is equipped with Yulee; Margarete Brewster, of Hil-COM PANY
of making motors and is capable liard; Lora Joyce and Winona Page, INCORPORATED IN KmENTUCKY
The bof making ut forty miles an hour. of Callahan.
about 5!, stated, cost the owner Miss Pearl Jordan, County Home I
vice on!;t '10 and had been in ser- Demonstration Agent, will chaperone
ice on. ^i x months. the girls.
The 'at. Atwater In (Crowded out last week.)
asrau tIfAUTOMOBILE ROArD MAPS @1 Alabama,
a series'/.f the clmax of ._ .,_ M n._10207 ..

Friday, June 10, 1927

The Yulee Community liouse was Mrs. Florida Yulee Neff has estab-
le scene of a beautiful part Friday listed a yearly prize of $25 to the
rening. June :. whe.n the members scholar of Peck High School who
f the class of 1927. and fIculty of I makes the best all-round average, the
he High School werc entertained at first prize going this year to Bernel
he first annual ".luior Prom." Simpson. member of the junior class,
The lower floor wa. opened en lof 1927. he having been adjudged
,ite and beautifully decorrited with the best all-round student of the col
ses, oleander andi ciral vine. or'ed school. The prize will be given
Youth and beauty Vre in evidence at the close of the term every year
while the young peop.. indulged in and will be a great incentive to th>
dancing to the sweet trainss of music students to strive for better all-round
rendered by the l"r',iiandina or- work.
hestra. Mrs. Neff is spending the summer
Refreshing fruit punih was served in England, but will return home in
during the evening, the punch bowl the fal!.
being presided over by Mlisses Caro-
ne Van Brunt and Mildred Jackson. It's the solid worth of home-spent
he refreshments consisted of a money and good words that will
ainty ice course and fancy cakes, make our city bigger and better in
At twelve o'clock the party disper- every way.
ed, voting thanks to the .Junior class
xhich had afforded such ;t delight-
ul entertainment.
The chaperons of the evening were TweO W M DFRS OF
irs. Dennis King and Mr-. 1C. '.
Bennett. ; IBERT B0N

vious lack of manhood :;s it had
uriled t4 him for hi. ft'alse war
record, he determined to discard his.
medals, his tokens of esteem. andi
his soft, mother-panpered exist-
*nce, and win back the respect of
his associates.
And what a fight it was! iHe was
big enough and strong enough, but
he had an inferiority complex. lie
had never used his fists. Then he
conquered his old fear of cats. and. i
being suddenly provoked into a i
framed fight, discovered lie could
fight. Oh, boy! Then he proceed-
ed to clean house'
Besides Harlan. the cast includes
Mary McAlister as the' heroine,
Heinie Conklin. Dave Butler. Eu-
lalie Jensen and Johin Cossar. The
scenario was adapted biy E. T. .Lowe
from an original story by E. T.
Lowe and Philip Klein. Erie Ken-
ton directed.
"The Sap" next Friday at the Rex


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Friday, June 10,o1927 NASSAU COUNTY LEAD
MAJ. J. H. MACKEY, STATE listed. Any corporation or employer shall be limewashed or painted, wh-n,
LABOR INSPECTOR, HERE retaining employment certificates in in the opinion of theLabor painted wh,,r,
LABOR INSECTOR violation of section 4 of this Ac l it shall be conducive to the health. or
-,,,ntu. I rage 3.) be fined $10. Every person auth I s be conducive to the health or
zed to S. the certificate authorcleanliness of the persons working
W .-t 1 1 i za g t o s ; g t h e c e r t i f i c a t e p r e s c r i b e d ,t h e r e i n .
lb,fore the ,officr issuing employ- by Section 5 of this Act who knowing Se. 19. Grand juries and C
ment iertificat who is hereby au- ly ceri tii.s to any niaterially falseSolicitor 19 Grand juries and Cot
ttirized and required to administer statm.i.vint therein shall e fined ot licitors of Criminal Ch c courts exist, i
uhI oath. anid ho shall not demand more t, 50 nor ,.,s th i otord where such courts exist h
.,r receive aL ft'- therefore. Such em- n $10 have inquisitorial powers to inv.-i-_
ployment .r'::ficate shall not be is- I'. t County or city, judicial gate violations of this Act; also all
sued until It. h child has personally ,r o.,l, officers may visit the fac- C^unty Judges and Circuit Ju,4"es
.pl.arut !.,l : re and been examined t i, w rkshops iinns and mer- and Judges of the Circuit Court of
hv the ,.,r issuing the certificate An" establishhn .it. in their several the State shall specially charge :he
and un: I >:ch officer shall. after Uto. and cities and ascertain wheth- Grand Jury at the beginning of ,';n.h
making .\amination. file and sign er N n minors art employed therein term of the court to investigate \.o-
makin ,\.:ice a statement that the cIIrary to the prOivisions of this lations of this Act.
chii ,.:: read and legibly write sim- h and they shall report any cases Sec. 20. A copy of this Act s>,all
pile .,., nes in the English language .,f :ucL i-egal employment to the be conspicuously posted and kept in
i in his opin the English language d is 1 *rintendent of schools or to the each workroom of every manufacti'r-
a,., age or upward and ha l is re- ior Inspectotr. Labor Inspectors ing establishment, mill, mine or
y,. f age or upward and has re-
Sthe normal development of a t city tr c'O1nty officer may re- workshop, or mercantile or printing
.,f its age. and is in sound health 'uire tlt the employment certifi- establishment, theater, telegr:ah,
s physically able to perform the ate and list pri'vided fur in this Act, telephone or public messenger corip-
r which it intends to do. In Iof minors em playedd in such factories, any, or laundry in this State, whe re
btful cases such physical fitnet- works lops,. minies or mercantile es- a child under the age of sixteen (I)
...! he determined by a medical of tablishnents. shall be produced for years is employed, and in every .,,,ol
of the board or department their Inspectio. Complaints for of- room, billiard room and bowling al-
aith. or by the county physician. lenses under this Act shall be brought ley.
S,.r.y etimpl'yment certificate .hall hy the lt .ab:r Il.ltpector or other per- Sec. 21. For the purpose of 'car-
e signed in the presence of thi- child son in the nianier as provided by law trying out the provisions of this Act
-vhpse name it is issued. for other 'offenst.s. the office of State Labor Inspector
7 Such certificate shall t. 1. No child under the age is hereby created, such office to be
tar, the date and place of birth of of sixteen years shall be employed at filled by any ppointmble person, male ,,-
"ht child. and describe the color of sewing helt or to assist in sewing female, by appointment by the
,tfl i.;,:r and eyes. the height and belts, in any capacity whatever, nor ernor, for a term of four years, such
a\eig ;nud any distinguishing facial shall any child adjust any belt to any term to. begin from and after sjch
mark- ,I such child, and that the pa- machinery; they shall not oil or as- appointment, but said Inspector ity all
perv r,.iuired by the preceding see- sist in oiling, wiping or cleaning ma- av no p or authority xpt
tnol" !:,,iv een duly examined, ap- clhinery: thcy shall not operate or as- as conferred by this Act.
ir,...: a:n! filed and that the child sist in operating circular or band Sec. 24. Nothing in this Act .hall
n:at i.-d I .such certificate has ap- savs. wood shapers, wood joiners prevent children of any age from re-> Bit.fre the officer signing the planers, sandpaper or wood-polishing eemg industrial education furnish-
c.rt are ,:114 and has been examined. machinery, emnery or polishing wheels ed by the United States this S ite,
S.,, -. l'The school record above used for polishing sheet metal, wood or any city or town in this State :and
,inv!i,udl !lthall be signed by the turning or boring machinery, stamp- teduly approvef Pud by the State Suprin-
;rii: i il o-r chief teacher of the ing machines in sheet metal and tin- tendent of Public Instruction or by
.*! .hich.i such child has last at- ware manufacturing, stamping ma- other duly constituted public ruth-
,.i. ,i ;,4nd .hall be furnished, on de- chines in wash and nut factories, ority; nor shall any of the lprvis-
p.ions of this Act be considered a, ap-
n:!, ', a child entitled thereto. It rating corrugating rolls, such as are plying to childrAc be considered in arcul-
-*. i. t:iin a statement certifying used in roofing factories, nor shall plying to children engaged in agriul-
...' child has regularly attended they be employed in operating any nothing in this Act shall apployment; and
S: schools. or school equival- steam boiler, steam machinery, or children employed in the deliver apply of
., ,.r.t. or parochial school, for other steam generating apparatus, or
than 60 days during the as pin boys in any bowling alley; newspapers to regular subseriers
., ear previous to his arriving they shall not operate or assist in op- outSe. 25. All laws and part: of
h: t.,,. ,of I1 years, or during the crating dough brakes, or cracker ma- laws ant pr of
..;.r :,r.\i,,us to applying for such chinery of any description, wire or laws conflicting with the provisions
.i rrls. and is able to read iron straightening machinery, nor of this Act are hereby repealed.
: simple sentences in the shall they operate or assist in operat- feet upon its becoming a law.
k i:inguage, and has received ing mill machinery, punches or shears, t App ts becoming a 1 w.
:.r 'Z -'Ih period partial instruc- washing or grinding or mixing mills, Approved June 4, 115.
: riling, spelling, writing and or calendar rolls in rubber manufac- JOHN H. MACKEY,
dv. ;:ld is familiar with the during, nor shallturing, nor shall they State Labor Inspector,
:.. l :! operations of arithmetic operate or assist in operating laun- Jacksonville. Fla.
S' : including common frac- dry machinery, nor shall such child- You like to live in a prosperous
c t.s'hool record shall also ren be employed in any capacity in town. Prosperity, lie charity, be-
.- .:.age and residence of the preparing any composition in which gins at home. Every dollar you spend
i. n on the records of the dangerous or poisonous acids are us- out of town is a check on your town's
: .. 1 the name of its parents ed, and they shall not be employed in prosperiutoftw de at home.
,*r r.:in. or custodian; provided, any capacity in the manufacture of property. Trade at home.
: e filing with the person paints, colors or white lead, nor shall
'r:. o issue employment cer- they be employed in any capacity Pay yoursubscription now.
"f",,'*- .r the affidavits of the ap- whatever in operating or assisting to
.:,: rf his or her parent, guard- operate any passenger or freight ele- NOTCE OP EETING OF THE BOAIRD
*r, r .todian. showing that dili- vator, nor shall they be employed in TO EQI'AI.IZE TA%.-S
ff: -'f..rt has been made to obtain any capacity whatever in the manu- FOR YEAR i227.
d record hereby required and facture of goods for immoral pur- Notice iv hereby given that in :ae-
"" cannot be obtained, then the poses, nor shall females under six- cordance with lawi Then county Ass s-
sor of Taxes did meet with thte Hiard
'; authorized to issue the certi- teen years of age be employed in any oif County Commissioners of Nassau
may issue such certificate capacity where such employment (d ,unty at the Clerk's office sn M -
li:hving received such school compels then'm to remain standing con- inti the first Monday in saud mioniti for i
r b r. but it shall be his duty, in stantly. Nor shall any child under the purpose of hearing a tthlai tl :.,
'*s'. ts. to examine applicant as sixteen years of age be employed at property assessed on the tax ri's oi
or her proficiency in each of any occupation dangerous or injuri- yheTax Assessor reporte19 t,, .
"' liess mentioned in this sec- ous to health or morals or to lives or Board that he had completed ti,' as-
sessmnient rolls for the year 1927. lilt is
:11 nd in such case, the employ- limbs, and to tlinse matters, the de- due notice had not been given tth, ti
*' rtificate shall show that such cision of thie t.ountYV physician or city payers according to law. the loar.1 dill
11 then recess until its o'clock A Nt-.,it
\'::i"tion was h:01 in lieu of the health officer. :as the case may be, .Monday.n eJune 27th. A. l>. 19.27.
''. "'f the school record, shall be final. Notice is therefore given til V the
County Assessor of Taxes will tei4oe(
,. 9. No child under the age of Sec. 15. It slihall be the duty of with the Board of Coiunty Conmm:si,,n-
c* ,r< shall be employed, permitted the owner of any manufacturing es- eras a Board of equalizatitn ., th
'fr fered to work in. about or in tablishment, where any person un- en the above date. Monday, th. :7th
nr:ecti.on with any establishment or der sixteen years of age is employed, day of June A. D. 1927. at 10 .k
"'V'cpation named in Sec. :, for more his agents, superintendents or other plaints and receiving testimony :s to
". ix days in any one week, or persons in charge of same, to furnish the value of any property, real .r-
Sr, tihan 54 hours in any week, nor and supply, when practicable, or of taxes, and will continue in *. o1i
m rt' than nine hours in any one day; cause to be furnished and supplied e ufrm day to day uom ietsedu ch w o
r hef,,re the hour of 5 o'clock in the to him belt shifters or other safe By order of the Board of 'unty
S"rrning or after the hour of 8 mechanical contrivance for the pur- Commissioners. Chair .
,'c .ck in the evening. The pres- pose of throwing belts on or off pul- Attest i-
*':'. of such child in any such es- leys; and, whenever practicable, ma- C BURGESS. Clerk. 17-24
-ablishment during working hours chinery therein shall be provided with N TEE CrCilUT COUrT, FoRTH
p all be prima facie evidence of its loose belts. All \ats, pans, saws, JDIIALm IORI N ASsAO coriTy....
employmentt therein. Every employ- planes, cogs, gearing, belting, set IN CHANCaRY.
shall post in a conspicicuous place screws and machinery of every de- DAVE LEVINGSTON,
in every room where such minors are scription therein, which is palpably Complainant. e
*mployed a printed notice, stating dangerous, where practicable, shall LIZZIE LEVINGSTON,
the hours required of them each day be properly guarded; and no person Defendant.
of the week, the hours of commenc- shall remove or make ineffective any ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUI.ICA-
ing and stopping work and the hours safeguard around or attached to any TIo N.

when the time or times allowed for planer, saw, belting, shafting or other To: LIZIE LEVINGSTON. R. -idence
dinner or for other meals begin and machinery, or around any vat, or Unknown.
It is hereby ordered that yo lippear
end. The printed form of such no- pan, while the same is in use, unless to the Bill of Complaint filed Herein
tice shall be furnished by the State for the purpose of immediately mak- against you onhthe 4th dayOf 1LY.dA.
Labor Inspector, and the employment ing repairs thereto, and all such safe- er." is hereby designated as t.- news-
of any minor for a longer time in any guards shall be properly replaced. No paper in which this order shall ,. vub-
lished once a week for fout co.--cutive
day so stated shall be deemed a vio- person under eighteen years of age weeks.
lation of this section. shall be allowed to clean machinery WITNESS my hand and seal offle
this 2ind day of June. A. D. 19-'
Sec. 10. No person under twen- while in motion. (Seal)rk ofG. C. BURGE
ty-one (21) years of age shall be em- Sec. 16. Suitable and proper Hinton J. Baker.
ployed, permitted or suffered to work washrooms and water closets shall be Solicitor for Complainant. 6- C-24
in, about or in connection with any provided in all manufacturing estab- NOTICE OP APPLICATION FolI TA-
pool room, billiard room, brewery, lishments. where any person under DEED
saloon or barroom where intoxicating sixteen years of age is employed, and N,,tice is hereby riven that ill-
liquors are manufactured or sold. such water closets shall be properly anms. purchaser of Tax Certf e No .
Sec. 11. No person under the age screened and ventilated and be kept p 1914. has filed said dertifi.. in' nu
of 18 years shall be employed, per- at all times in a clean condition; and ifice and has made appi ,,n ,
mitted or suffered to work as a mes- if girls unb sa aw.Said certificate embrace- "he f.l.-
senger for telegraph, telephone or emploiy.d in any establishments, the i( ing described property' s' .-ted in
messenger companies in the distribu- water closets shall have separate ap- ub. F of Lot 5. in Block 24 rity of
tion, transmission, or delivery of proacht.s anl be kept separate and Fernandina
goods or messages before 6 o'clock in apart from those used by men. All date of the issuance of such ,. tfivat,
the morning or after 10 o'clock in closets shall be kept free from ob- in the name of G. Lt Baltzea l rust .
the evening of any day. scene wTiting and marking. A dress- nle s acordin to law. tax dee wi reee
See. 12. Whoever employs a child ing room shall be provided for such suethereon on the 27th da3 *f June.
under 14 years of age, and whoever girls when tl.h nature of their work witness my official sign ire ar,,
having under his control a child un- is such as to require a change of seal this the 24th day of k1.. A I.
der such age permits such child clothing. 192".(eal) G. C. BURG ..S.
to be employed in violation of this Sec. 17. Every person, firm or or CiruC
Act, shall for such offense be fined corporation. asisociation, individual Florida. t 2
not more than $50, and whoever con- or partnership employing girls under IN TIM CosNTY JUDGE U ot IN
tinues to employ any child in viola- sixteen ytar of age in any manu- FLORIDA.
tion of this Act after being notified facturing, ni'jhtan.ial or mercantile th Matter of the
by a Labor Inspector or other officer industry, laundry, workshop, renovat- Eate f D. T. Haddock. (I
thereof, shall for every day thereaf- ing workslor printing offices in this e herebyxecutornof tt > un
ter that such employment continues State. shal pride seats for the use D. T. haddock .deceased. ,
be fined not less than $5 nor more of the girls si employed, and shall th da of July. A. D. 19'f
final return and account ar .
than $20. A failure to produce to permit the us of such by them when with the Honorable Count"" ;h er
any officer or labor inspector any nt esary the active fr assauCounty. ,a
.imattheoloemtnt same time o ak for t. Prvaou i-
emnlovment certificate or list req uties for which they are employed, of said count and voucher,
iM The w;,,ae A Court for my dis 3"d peti.





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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

Page Seven

New Price


. 965

. 1250

Studebaker Big 6 Speedster

5 passenger-reconditioned, new paint, 6 tires
Buick Sedan, 5 pass.. .

Reo Coupe, 4 pass. .
Reconditioned, new paint, 5 new tires

. 2035





. 2250






and Children


"The Big Store With Little Prices"

. S.


Davenport Brooks


Local Distributors for Kelly -Springfield Tires

Phones 18 and 91

Pae Nigi

NASUcu. EAE, JADUA F IDFraJue1. ---.


Reserve Account


Every person should have a
reserve fund in the form of
a substantial interest account.
Unless you have this protec-
tion, emergency may compel
you to sacrifice some of your
real estate or valuable invest-
ment securities.

Don't Tie Up All Your Money-Let
Us Hold Your Reserve

Mrs. Jennie Hughes returned from Miss Birdie Wood, accompanied by
,Jacksonville Thursday to superintend i hr mother, Mrs. Harriet Wood. and
i the removal of her furniture to that 11iss Beulah Beugnet, left Wednes-
I city, where she is making her home. idty on a motor trip to Miami, to
-- ---- ,t-nd about ten days visiting Mr.
FOR RENT-Four room cottage Fred Wood.
With liw Th "t. Qf-pet M.-, h i

anI atil. Tientl s lreeT i'rs. s.
Carrio. tf

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Hood
moved out to Ocean City on Monday
for a stay of two weeks in the Klarer

FOR RENT-Cottage opposite the
Keystone Hotel, all modern conven-
iences. Apply J. M. Adams, City.
J. C. Ferreira. and family have re-
turned to their home at O:-lando,
after spending several weeks with
relatives here.

Parrish, the Photographer, main-
tains a Free Clinic for Crippled
Kodaks and gives 24-hour service on
Kodak Finishing. tf
Miss Margaret Roux, of St. Peters-
burg, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Oznier and daughter. Miss Nancy

Miss Christine Morse left Satur-
day for Belmont, N. C. to attend the
graduation exercises of her brother,
Edward, F. Morse, Jr., at Belmont
A!,bey College, which took place
'1 .elay evening, June 7th.
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Ross, of West
l':,ini Beach. arrived Thursday of last
''",ek and were registered at the Key-
>',,ne Hotel for several days. Mr.
ltns. coming up to see the opening of
t!,e new bridge Saturday.
Simplex, the one piece piston ring
with side expansion, embodying all
the good points of multiple rings
without their faults. Positive re-
sults given-not merely promised.
Distributed by Davenport-Brooks
4'orporation, phone 91.
All of our Fruits and Vegetables
:ire kept screened, keeping them from
fliis roaches. ants and other uinsni-

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B. B. Brooks is spending this week
in Waycross on business.
WANTED-Shark Fins and Ter-
rapins. Mee May Jan Co. ti
Judge J. B. Stewart made a trip to
Jacksonville Tuesday.
Mrs. B. B. Brooks, and children,
visited Waycross, Ga., Wednesday.
Carl Thede, of Jacksonville, spent
Monday in this city.
The Fernandina Shrine Club mel
Wednesday evening, June 8th, at the
Beach Casino.
Ice Cream delivered anywhere in
the city. H. 0. -. .vaw tone, p"on
87. ti
Tom Hernandez has accepted a
position as salesman for the Lasserre
Motor Co.
Furnished apartment down stain
Green Tree Inn, corner Cedar and
Eighth streets.
Fernandina was treated to a good
rain Wednesday morning, which wa,
the first real rainfall in many weeks
Donald Gray, of the Panama Cana
Zone, who has been visiting his wife
and daughter here for the past week
leaves today for his home.


QUART. $1.98

We Deliver to A




an Kodaks

Mr. Harry R. Hamilton, of
sonville, spent the week-end
pleasantly visiting friends here.
Ice Cream delivered anywhe
the city. H. 0. Livingstone, 1
C. Prewitt and J. M. Roux at
ed the Shrine Ceremonial he
Jacksonville Thursday of last
Stop in at Jones-Elder Furnit
Storage Co. and hear the latest
tor Phonograph Records.
FOR RENT-Cottage three I

Furnish your porch and enjoy the ';ry vermin. Everything that the
warm weat her. Porch Chairs, market affords can be found here at
SBenhes Swings and Rugs at Jones Jacksonville prices. Barnes' New
Elder Furniture & Storage Co. 6-17 M:'ket & Grocery.
S----- -o
S. R. Morrow returned from St. Simplex, the one piece piston ring
Augustine Wednesday to attend the with side expansion, embodying all
meeting of the city commission that the good points of multiple rings
night. without their faults. Positive re-
Sstlts given-not merely promised.
Distributed by Davenport-Brooks
Send your dyeing and cleaning to .,rporation, phone 91.
Rogers & Jones, 611 Main street,, o
Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay parcel Rv. Father John J. Nevin offici-
postage on returning.
S::d in St. Micheal's Catholic Church,
I et a Portable Phonograph for "so in St. Peter Claver's colored
your summer picnics. Only $1 down church, on Sunday morning, in the Beginning Thursday. .lrun. l i
S and $1 per week at Jones-Ell Fur- n:thce of Father Thomas G. Jones, the T. E. L. class of tlhe lktlI"
S -- nature & Storage Co. 6nl 17e d F ,I accompanied his sister to New:, hurch will sell sandwiches :.,l e ..
S n r o.. ,rk City. cold bottled drinks at thi, l,!,.
James Clark and Redmond Kelly -- Benefit building fund.
lilllllli arrived home yesterday from Bel- Simplex, the one piece piston ring o--
mont Abbey school, Belmont, N. C., with side expansion, embodying all Mrs. N. B. Borden and Mrs. D. A.
Jack where they have been students for lthe good points of multiple rings Kelly were the invited guests of Mr..i
the past term. without their faults. Positive re- Perse L. Gaskins on Tuesdaiv morn-
very-- o. 'ults given-not merely promised. ing for the bridge and luncheon at
FOUND-Automobile tire. Own- l)istrbuted by Davenport-Brooks her home in Riverside, .Jacks-nvill.
re in er may have same by paying cost of ('rpoJration, phone 91. Mrs. Gaskins entectainc.i a C(ircle. of
phone this advertisement and describing Miss Frances Broks has returned me lr.s ( f is
tf same. C. G. South. Miss races B ks has returned mir.
t South. from Milledgeville, Ga., where she --o
ttend- Miss Evelyn Galphin, who has :s been a student at the Georgia
ttend- ast uent of t St ate State college for the past term. She Friends of lMi.sses Nell I',,li and
ld at been a student of the State college will spend her vacation with her par- Lucy S:lvadore, f., m.:l.v of l"ernan-
week. for Women at Tallahassee for the cents here, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. dina, will lbe inteeste past term, arrived home to spend Brooks. have passedI : very si.. *-ssful term
ure & her vacation several days ago. I at the Sacr.dl Heart Aademv, at
t Vi6- FOR SALE-FeVmale German Po- Simplex, the one piece piston ring Belmont, N. (.. and havi returned to
6-17 lice Dog. Registered and pedigreed. with side expansion, embodying all paired M6 n St. A 41 i. i.,'com-
blocks Apply to Bonnie View Dairy, at the good points of multiple rings panied by Mi. .J,,selhiii. Peli.
S Amelia City. tf without their faults. Positive re- -- -o-- -

rom the Keystone Hotel. Miss str-eet... sults given-not merely promised. Judge Hinton .1. Bakcr and Mrs.
Masterton, 307 South 7th street. It Willie and Tommi Miller. f Dun-istributed by Davenport-Brooks Baker were called to Murfri,..e,,
e WANrrlt-- An unrurntshea lower ----, -I-., hnave een n:trending Corporation, phone 91. ough, Tenn. S:ai ur-deay., r :c',,,-ntl ,,t
O the illness of Mr. W. N. Hhikck. aI'e ,d
r floor room for storage of furniture. school at Belmont Ahbbey, Belmont, rned home with his father of Mrs. Wak-r. A ',l:. ie
Box 776, Fernandina, Fla. tf N. C., arrived here yesterday en with his father of Mrs. A t
0o route to their home. sister, Miss Christine Morse, yester- gram arrived after .Judg, :i!i Mrs.
Sda -y, from Belmont Abbey school, Baker left, stating that h.r ,L t l.,r
e Mrs. John Sauls, of St. Petersburg, ---- ---- lIelmont, N. C. Ned was one of the had passed away at 1:::o ,'el,, k t h,
Mais visiting Mr. and Mrs. has.OR SAE-125 Odsmo te Se- graduating class of 1927 of that in- afternoon. le sl hl
Mann.i Tdan. $200 cash. Five' good tir,., car stitution, Miss Christinme having gone friends in Fernandin:, h ,lav Xi'it. ,d
o FOin first class condition. several days ago to attend the gra- here several time.s. whe,, rei,, I
d FOR RENT- furnished upstairs costa's arkt one 10. dating exercises, learn of his death.
apartment with private bath. Mrs. '- eris o
Mr. J. R. Burgess, of Jacksonville, Io
W. B. Baker, Sixth and Beech sts. ent The furnished cottage of Mr. N. Initati I reive.
d .B Baer St nB spent Wednesday and Thursday here ,,rden at "Florence Point" was Invitation iha;ve en recei,
d 0 visiting his father and mother, Mr.. Ileerden, at Florence Point," was here fro i
s Editor W. C. King of the South- in Mrs fathr and mo r, Mr.burned with all its contents Friday merv fof Tr.i:e cl'ina:. ht wi,, e.' .
east Georgian, published at Kings- d Mrs. C. Buggess, anti brother, f last week. The cottage was used resides in r ~butI. i n
land, Ga., was a visitor to this city Judge H. V. Burgess, and family. s a cam by Mr. Borden, on fishing resadtin ,. ,1 t. *- ,
Friday. Mr. King was accompanied Let u Charge Your Rdioditions. he origin of the fire cgraduraten t x I j a *
by his wife *and lttle on, Howard L us Carge Your Radio Bat- k h b hi cial course of .4t. .I-Is. I 1. <.1 ;,.
e by his wife and little son, Howard, iteries for $..00. The 0. K. Cash unknown, as the building was un- in that ity h.m. l:r
who visited with Mrs. Mary Davis andr sh ,, d at t,, time n that
Mrs. Ella Hardee while here. Store, D. Baarslag, proprietor, i -- t_ deserving i i I.; 'b *. ,
r Ash street, between Fifth and Sixth as his work :as doune against rat(,, r
streets. eoncnrt, ]oi x. who recently re- avy odd> 'f doing night ,.dv.
i1i1 nl.llliilll hit, iM llhl ..u ll, llim o c."ed injuries while in the employ of he is anp ...l .s ,,.rk in ili, :1,;,
1tht Atlantic Coast Line Railroad at .
= lt will be interesting news to her Antic i is r tor s oft tf t or'se -.offict c .t' 1 t U: i
many friends here to learn that hMiss-t. Pete rs1,t..` which injuries re- way, whith ;,,itito11 he, h:" hel!! I,,r
_B OA T T L r c i-'.^-s ud u: 6" l in: s." nt t,, that ra il- y".
Mary llughes successfully passed the il' r :s hospital in Waycross for a fouyear -.
SRiverside sh'rt period, has recovered and is
hospital in Jacksonville, on May 20 over here for a few days to CAKE SALE
S o !vi., relatives before leaving for his
= Mr. David O'lagan, accompanied, w; in St. Petersiurg. I The WVma' ii.Bil,:. (l: c.f th,.
byINT 1iss Rachel O'Hlagan and Miss 'iFirst Bapti-t (Church, ill ii, ,I na cak..
DI- T $Adaline Simon, went to St. Augustine! FOR SALE sale ,n Saturdhy..ln I,. l',th. at Waa,-'
STuesday. where Mr. O'Hagan sang at ____rug Stor. .:.L' iii at :;::,0 ).
the graduating exercises of St. J.os.I l:ick and Lumber in old engine m. Remgetr. the l:,', and dat,.
c'ph s msAcademy. Mns:,R-Simon lr lie' I l -11:14J. :-neet-
-aeph's Academy. Miss Simon accm-ro ,,:: at power plant. Same to be and buy a d 'eli,,us ihn,-me:l e-ke,-
panyinghim on the piano. Mr. O'- ren .ved within thirty days. Brick for your Sunilay dinner.
-Hagan received great applause fromar t in mortar. Southern States -
Ithe large audience present. IPo...t Cn mortar. Southern States
Po ..r Company.
4I Sheriff A. J. Higginbotham, J. B. R.V. NOLAN, M1r.
Campbell, Thos. Davis, all of |- .. ..
liard. and W. P. Meares, of Callahan
Part of the Cityformed a congenial party motoring t Renew Your Health B Y
ny Part of the City MFernandina for the day Monday. Boost Y out
SIncluded Mr. Robert Brooks and Miss Franc. y lC
es Brooks each drove a new car to A y physician will tell you that and boost your tOwn-in
= Waycross Wednesday for the Daven. 'Prfect Purification of the System is a conservative and mos
port-Brooks Corporation's new go.n- s Nature's Foundation of Perfect
cy. ;" Why not rid yourself of
ohn,iaic ailments that are undermin-
C. C. Shepard. of illiard, was a rig your vitality? Purify your en-
pleasant caller at the Leader office I:* system by taking a thorough Bread, R
Monday. Mr. Shepard states that of for severalweeks-and see howice bakery go
Hilliard continues to growa n, forsever wks ndh thow nd other bakery good
_Hilliard continue to grow, m:,riy Nature rewards you with health.
new settlers building homes and n- C:.,tabs are the greatest of all wrapper are quality Ho
= gaging in the poultry business. syst. -n purifiers. Get a family pack- them.
D rug Store o age containing full directions. Only
D rugA i Mrs. If. M. Dearborn. of Birnins 35 At any drug store. (Adv.) .
A L L STOR E ham, Ala.. who has been visiting l,-r
brother, Geo. S. Lowe. and fanmi ----- BAKE RIT
)NE 22 for the past several weeks, left f,,r
her home today. Mrs. Through our6
made this office a pleasant call whie gh er
5 here and renewed her subscription t., a Pre riptioner
S Developing the Leader, saying it %%as a comf rt
to keep up with the ,,ld town which Malaria, Chills and Fever
used to be her home. This was he.r Dengue or Bilious Fever.
imnfhlllWI111111 ,i qlOlu11= first visit here in twenty-one year. It kill. the germ-.


regular term of the Nassau
'., Court will convene next Mtain-
*!:iv .l. n. 1:th, at which Judge 1. V.
',r .. will preside. Indications
.~t .. ;a very busy session, as theo
"1,', l n cases have been set fr
trii:l :2' l: t session:
.I,,' \V right, colored, charged
'. ith -, .- : liquor.
lrw i: l:aker, colored, charged
v !!l!. luor.
Blil white, charged with

!: i .J.n ...i:, colored, petty em-

le7'' l4'I l l\iry Alii:;,. colored, possessing
SIt. S. lKe.ti-., white, manufacturing
Mrs. J. A. .x, white, selling
.le C('rews, whire. l)ossessing liqu-

IR. N. and N. .\. Green, white,
.nialcufacturincg liquc,.
1-'"v ertt I.-e, whit.., larceny of a
l.iavinndl Scchuman, colored, as-
~.n;li and battery.
MnA'!ialh J.lln's, colored. public pro-
l; 1i i .


','. thI undersigned, wi-h to ex-
i e .1 ,our sincere thanks and appre-
... ,iin foir the( loving kindne-s and
.;, < milere'd in our recent bhreave-
: pec'ially i,, Dr. L. lI. Bunker
,, 1. .1. K1. \\,, lward, during the
.* I Ir eitatlr wife, Imother and

Ilugn E. Melzer,
Male .Mhel. r'
David Melzer,
.1. 1. Garner, (Brother).


1lMr. I. ;1l: . .lick onm ille hospital on Monday.
1mne ;tl!. Shl, w':Is the wife of Supt.
.I. S. In, !. ,,of thle. State Prison Farm
at la t,. Mrs. Blitch was a native
I'- I ri

Ma 'iM'ript covers, either blank or
printed, on sale at the Leader office.

r Industries

listingg on Home Products
,t progressive step.

oils, Cake

es under the
me Products.

Insist on


or Direct from Bakery

E 79

Jfceed Oeaspoons-
Jfeavily silver plated on
nick/l silver, made 6y MAe
?da//ace Company will last
a life time, it is the correct
and practical spoon for this
delicious drink.

L. runwa/dp

S& A w Watch made byv one of the RtA. Trnmnanic a ( CR T wTiWAT I -

Frit6y, June 10, 1927











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