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T RESULTS NASSAU
COUNTY LEADER IV E"
DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF FERNANDINA, NASSAU COUNTY AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA
EI GHT PAG F %-
sernandina News-Record. ESt. 1386 i Consolidate,
Naisau County Leader. Emt. 1912 i Dec. 15. io20
CITY MANAGER GARVIN TENDERS
RESIGNATION TO CITY COMMISSION
DECISION SERVES AS BOMB
A regular meeting of the City High and low tides predicted for
Commission was held Wednesday a"t the Port of Fernandina at the foot of
8 p. m. Present: Commissioners I'. C. lDeSoto street for the week beginning
Kelly, W. T. Haile and S. R. Mer-
row, City Attorney H. J. Baker, City
Manager E. C. Garvin and City
Treasurer J. F. Lohman.
A request for additional light at
South Twelfth street was referred
to City Manager for handling.
A letter from Hon. J. Walter
Drake, acting Secretary of Corn- n
merce, in which the commission was
read, in which the commission was
advised of the inability of the de-
partment to concur in the leasing of
a certain portion of the beach proper-
ty for cottage sites for lack of au-
thority on account of the deed con-
veying the property being specified
in its provisions by Congress.
The following resolution was of-
fered by Commissioner Kelly, see-
onded by Commissioner Haile and
"BE IT RESOLVED by the City
Commission of the City of Fernan-
dina, Florida, that being cognizant
of the value of the aid given by Sen-
ator Duncan U. Fletcher and his sec-
retary, Mr. W. .L. Hill, in co-operat-
ing with the special representative of
the City Commission, Mr. J. 0. Cassi-
dy, in presenting to the Department
of Commerce a petition authorizing
the sabdividing and leasing of a
portion of the beach deeded to City
of Fernandina f*.he purpose of
producing revenue"to be devoted to
improving the land for park and re-
creation uses: desires to convey to
Senator Fletcher and his staff its
appreciation of the service rendered
and to spread this resolution on its
minutes as a record of recognition of
the aid so freely and cordially fur-
AKD M IX E hU .URU LQVL.1a
ED, That a copy-of thisT solution be
forwarded to Senator Duncan U.
Fletcher at Washington, I). C."
Commissioner Kelly offered the
following, resolution, which was set-
onded by Commissioner Ilaile and
BE IT RESOLVEI, I'y the City
Commission of the City of Fernari-
S 1f- l f.. f .... .l Id ifter..
Saturday, June 25th, and ending Fri-
day, July Ist:
Saturday. June 25th-High. 4:51
a. nm., 5:27 p. m.; low, 11:03 a. m.,
II :1 I p. m.
Sunday, June 26th-High, 5:19 a.
m., 6:21 p. m.; low, 11:59 a. m.
Monday, June 27th-High, 6:43 a.
m., 7:12 p. m.; low, 0:46 a. m., 12:52
Tuesday. June 28th-High, 7:35 a.
m.. 8:01 p. m.; low, 1 :39 a. m., 1:43
Wednesday. June 29th-High, 8:-
25 a. m.. 8:48 p. mi.; low, 2:29 a. m.,
2:33 p. m.
Thursday, June :30th-High, 9:14
a. m., 9:3'4 p. m.; low. :1:16 a. m.,
3:19 p. m.
Friday. July 1st-High, 10:01 a.
m., 10:19 p. m.; low, 4:01 a. m., 4:-
05 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
INFORMATION FOR PROPERTY
Many people do not seem to under-
regard to assessment of real and per-
sonal property for taxation, and
hence this article is published by the
Board of Cotnty commissionerss for
the infrinr tti,,n of the public.
Thie :asssinent of property is
i:made ly thIr Tax Assessor. The law
require < that thi Tax Assessor shall
I'l r im r. t a *i near its orrpect
FERNANDINA, FLA., FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1927
SALTS and PEPPERS
Set of Six in Gift Box
Bi V i tEL .5-t* 1:vrT It
These individual shakers are wrought from silil -!l"r
in the popular barrel shape with die-cut tops and t ....
threaded caps. A pair for every plate at a price within
reach of every purse. Shop early. Saturday-lOll o-,ts
will be sold quickly!
J. GEO. SUHRER
PIER N %N 1)1 % FLA.
CIRCUIT COURT OPENED AT CITIZEN GIVES REASONS FOR
FERNANDINA ON MONDAY MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE
" An adjourned seston of the 'spri1ngr
term of Nassau county circuit court
was convened Monday. Judge D)eWitt:
T. Gray. of the Fourth Judicial Cir-'
cuit, presiding. Other attaches ,if :he
court arriving with Judge Gray fir)in
Jacksonville Monday morning were.
State Attorney Charles M. D)urrance.
Assistant State Atorney Robelrt .MIc-
Namee and Ralph W. l'Patter: n,
dmna, norua, 111.a IUII dl t "** : I"1 .. .. .... ... .L h.m 'court reporter.
the adoption of this resolution, that value. ;a he can ascertain to the best courtreporter.
f hi- know.hldge andl relief. This is Following the organization of h..
(Continued on Page 61.) usually d.,n' from IJanuary 1st to court and the selection of a jury. hit.
April Ist oft each year. During this trial of William Jackson, nelrio.'
MISS MARY SMITH pri.'li the law provides that owners charged with the murder in tile t r-t
-.__--- of r.a:il estate and personal property degree of another negro by the na;it'
On Tuesday, June 21st. the sad shall make a: return to the Tax asses- of Arthur Smoaks in the western .- .-
news of the death of Miss M:ary stor, itunirating what property they tion of the county on July 31, It'2';.
Smith was received from Hlendersoin- own :di the,. value thereof. When was begun in the afternoon. Th.e
ville, N. C. by her two brothers. Jas. p.op,, fail t,, make this return, the trial was concluded yesterday wlh n
A. Smith and Gus Smith, which caniv T'a\ \- ...e--r tIhen fixes what he con- the jury brought in a verdict t*f in. :-
as a great shock to those who knLtw dt'\ :1 pirpl. r ta:xationl value. slaughhter. .s e i t
her and loved her for her amial Af'., r pri-rty owners have thus carried over from the regular tedrm
way and sweet disposition. Dlec.> 'v ,tu,r't, l ,.ir prerty to the Tax in April, are as followm tt- r lar ws
was born and reared in Fernandinta .\.,,,.r. if they and the Tax Asses-
I llarry Foxwtorth, chiargtid with niuir-
and was a beautiful and lovable girl. r iti .tgitt upon a proper as- der in the second degree'.
Her death followed an operati.m,, n nl .:il ii.. thie law then provides Alonza Kirksey, murder in thl.
for appendicitis performed last s- i t pir,,t.rt! ,,Writrs mniay appeal to first degree.
rd.p ,. a i ', d i, o ('alit1oiv ('em nmissioners
urday. commissioners arry Davis and Albert Dav.
A few days before her death -Ii .i ..:ai:,,iziLng Board, and the ar with gr and larceny a
had gone to Hendersonville from h..r i ,o v .,n',,,sshi.ni.rs liave a lgal making and entering.
home at Bryceville, to enljoVy an ..ut li lh,'! *h tinI tI change or amend Will Jenkins, alias Rice Ki char-.
ing, having made her honri wit hIr i..!.. :'- ixd \,I iv the Tax Assessr. th aault ith i t t
sister, Mrs. John Bryce, ,I' ilr a1 ,' '.L n,,i, he I county Commi urder in the first degree.
ville, since the death of l-r m.,;t.r -,,r :. : ; -. Ho iard of Appeal le- i Angelo Tziti alins Angel Gigi- .
several years agoa. ': ~rt,',,l't, townrs and the Tax -harged with assault to t mit nmur-
She was the youngest child ,f iA .. or. der in the first degree.
children, being 32 years of age at !: ', i .I'"],. ,d,,& not return the value Thomas C. Ponce, charged with
time of her death, and is survive. i. .. ,i .r p,,,prty to the Tax Assessor, breaking and entering and grand lar-
four brothers and one sister. .aii i ,.r nt :,pp,,al to the County Cton- ceny.
A Smith and Augustus Smith. .tif : .I r what.i they sit a:i a" Board, G. S. McConnell. e charged with man-
Fernandina; Ara W. Smith. tof (ul i li lt.rs. the tax buoks are thus slaughter.
pepper. Va., and G. Cyril Smith. -f wi.th at property owners I
Charlotte, N. C., and Mrs. Jhn r ftr eir taxation, and the J. P. iintha and duhtr.
of Bryceville. ... ,i,,.' i, t provide any channel Miss Bessie. of Italia, ,e visitors t
The remains were brought t hI. ahit valuations can be Fernandina today.
nandina Thursday. June 2-1t-. :, .,, ,1 hirt*" -
companietd by t her sister. nolr- .i,1,4. u, l lih. d elsewhere in
Bryce, and brother, Ari W. Sr' r. t unt ommissw n i
and services were held in l'r- I. ilt n. a ioard of Equal-
tist Church at 3:00 clock. in, a, t Monday.
ducted by her pastor. Rev. 1 11,. ':t 1i Thek a. Hn.. Mon O T W
ring. who was assisted by l.v l, \ r i .t. ,.. rte ('n inm ision-
Overstreet. pastor of the l"ir- I .. q.ti is brought before
byterian Church. '-, v.rf, irt' owners at this
Deceased was a f- if people fi to look-=-
First Baptist Church and al<,.a h.ir fpsment values, as i t Wo
ber of Fernandina Chapter N,.. heir ai, -s the l aw does not par- CL
O. E. S.. which order conducted .i., t values to b- changed
beautiful and impressive sctr\i.: : a ,,ot ks are closed 6-24 anged
the grave, after which her pa.-tr C o ld
eluded the rites with prayer. lA
Many beautiful floral ,,ffr.i 0 T ICE
bore mute testimony of the hiil ---- and Ice
teem and great love of her h-ir- \ 'i,.,, irelby given that City
friends. .r tio: k will be opened I
The pallbearers were: r t pt:, bj a y the City Auditor --
Havereet, Dr. Jge V. Bunker.-, I !rk : his office in the City GET I
C. Reed, Dr P. L L. Bunker. .< ,from ibe o'clock a. m. until il-
Swearingen and P. G. Hiadndk m.. and from two
Interment was made in the f ntil five o'clock p. m.
lot in Bosque Bello cemietry. \ .he niday if June untl thep S
Estelle Rogers, local funeral .,r, ly, 1927. Sunday ex-
in charge. f.r he registration of all "The Store A
::,Jy qualified to regwst
Volume 40-Number 30
,REGULAR JUNE SESSION OF THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MUCH BUSINESS TRANSACT-
THE BAHAI MESSAGE EDl) AT LAST MEET-
ING BOARD. .
Tine sacred and youthful Branch. Fernandin. Fa. F.. June 15th. 1'*27.
the (Guardian of the Cause ,f (od. The Board of C'Iunity ('ommissi.ii,-
as well as the Universal Assembly ers of Nassau county, .'loridai. in
I (Baytii'l-'Adl) to be universally vthii. day in regular ssin. l'r,-
elected and established. are both un- ent: I). 11. Ground, .cliirnn. ;:nmi
der the care ani protection of the Cominiissioners Shave. Owt n Mtr
Abha Beauty, under the shelter and rhee and Higginbothanl.
unnerring guidance of His Holiness The minute s of last r,.gular in>tt
the Exalted One. May my life be ing and of special nieeti ( ehl1 .lu.>
offered up for them both! Whatso- t;tth were read and approved.
ever they decide is of (od. t oinissi., .r Murrhce neld th:tr:
0 ye beloved of the Lord! It is pursuant to an act of the 1'.. -
incumbent upon the Guardian of the sion of the Florida legislature, tli
Cause of God to appoint in his own the board do now take uI, :itl caon
lifetime him that shall become his side the appointnenit of ,!o 'road
successor, that difference may not ,>itr..in,,, fo.,r .n,, a .... .,,,,i ,....
arise after his passing. He that is
appointed must manifest in himself
detachment from all worldly things..
must be the essence of purity. must
show in himself the fear 1.f God.
knowledge., wisdom :and hlarning.
Thus, should the first born of the
Guardian of the Cause of God not
manifest in himself the truth of the
words, the child is the secret essence
of its sire that is, should he not in-
herit of the spiritual within hiu (the
Guardian), and his glorious lineage
not be matched with a goodly charac-
ter, then must the Guardian of the
Cause choose another Branch to suc-
The Hands of the Cause oif God
must elect from thrar own number
nine persons that shall at ill times
be occupied in the important service
of the work of the Guardian of the
Cause of God. The election of these
nine must be carried. either unani-
mously or by majority from the com-
pany of the Hand- of the Cause of
God, and these, whether unanimously
or by majority vote,. must give their
assent to the choice, of the one whom
the Guardian of ii.e Cause of God
hath chosen as his successor. This
and over the following r',:ld- ini Na>
sau county: ntie patrolmatn Ito p a
trol concrete road fro'i Ani.lni;,
Beach to Yulee, anld from the S.et
Marys river on Stat. I~:,iI No. 3. t'.
the Na.-.sau river on Stait. rnikid Na>.
3; also one patiroit!;ian to pattroIl State
road No. 4 from ttin St. M;iar\ rivtir
to the Duval county line, which ~;>iil
notion w:is :agree
.MN. .Murrhliee moved that the follow-
ing named persons lie rectnilnendl->l
by this board to thi Sheriffl' of N:i>
sa;u county. Florida. piursuiiant tIo in
act of tthe 1927 session of tlTt 'Floridl:
legislature. for alpoinlentnl :as road
..i.. .n11t 1,. i. a ali N .sIsau iicoun v.,
Florida: 1). C. KEENE. who shall be
known as chief road patrolman, and
who shall patrol the concrete rouid
from Amelia Beach toi Yilee, and
State road No. :'. from lhe Saint
Marys river to Nas.iau river; ;and that
the said 1). C. KEI:ENE bv paid a
salary of $150.00 per month. a:id al-
lowed the further .siin of $ p .'.I0 pe'r
nionth for the rent of his nitir cyclti
and incidental expenses, which said
amounts shall be paid monthly by thi.
Board of County Commnissin'-rits ,of
Nassau county. and that i. I'. Shr-c
-Finai iina., inest ton tin t ,assent must be ;-ven in such wise ;.rd lhi recomenend ld for apploiint-
Flori nat nii. ItI'in tit. -iu.il'..t o n ti | h tf t jentinl i nr .ri ntrnl n. t by th.. L' --f. ...i'J
clold; ..,l,.,,. holrsl .. : f v ices nmay not be distinguished (i. '. patrol Stati. Road Nil. 1 f,oiin th,.
We.'olr ed it fit hr' til rt' ,f tihe by .I ( secret ballot.) S:.int M iarys river to thlt lI iv:tl ..iin
,'iy. nImp., ,-"it among the Baha'i in ty line :and that the said C ( '. hI
Wt a I, it .Ir ,i. -:ilir:0it' 4iin f stituttion mentioned in the ~ 'itings r 1 3rd- l- ai l : i salaryv it i ,iii i.
v i i, ."~ 1 1'" ofti," B aih a 'u 'lla h is th a t o f th et PR ay t i $ 2 5.10" ;t p e r :il h mwri lh f ir l r 1
V nii' it r .WOr ,,'ai r,.creat,tion. 'l'Adil (Spiritual Assem bly), the duty ." $;t.liii peu r hi t it ,r i ,. r-. ,l ,,
W i, ,. I, ... i i- :i
,i insiii \ hlt q I the direction of the Cause and its ; ;I. I,- i ;la i ,l: l t i::1! i.
SA cfit v .\\ t0 a ,i 1, nAw- firtht-ranct.. The plan for iht, ,i.- 'ail .ly hv i I ,1,i.' i.r, i, ,I ..
-d 'v i i : n nli i. o v hopment and founding of this As-1 I'" '"-. I .. I -. i i l .
Tier fir.tl i.ii,,i liii- vi it r" :isk'm< .-inily was left to 'Abdlu'l-Baha. ailnd
i.s "ll;v'. V ,i ;a ,,l" i' ii ,' a .t ill his W ill anid Testament is further 'nil .li u,! ...'a 4
Y:'l.ith.< 1' i i\c I t ''";1,, Ily" hI.- unfolded the plan for this siir'itlual
.%I:t*."ll illilrs1 institutions. The orgaiiizatiion .11 FAIRBANKS-MORSE R-IPRE-
I..,t wi,..r r,. l..-,,-t. haId l,..iift ',r two distinct b> lies function; ,i.., SENTATIVE HERE TUFSDIAY
(t.-na p :ii':ili,.aIv i, lal,* ir niiinl.r) ;i 'l ith the Guardian, uphIllld ing the li-
,a Nllvl ii it \. Divine ideals oif the religion; (1) T' Thi' I ,,': I:... 1 r :I fi. .
\' \\ i, : t l, ,. ,l iir'tctIv tr laintds of the at' use o(if (;aId: ;ild tl i .oi k ,.- I ', .. I. ..r.. .
ii ',r,', tiv. I, ',h 1i. 1 tit' itiii- The S|piritual Assem bli.t -Adv. Irui .:. : l,., I \' ,. ,l i .. k
'i. .;i | ;r ni.,r' it .... !.' ,',il itiy. 'COUNTY JUDGE HEARS '* I .- 1. .
T'l.- tl111'1 ;i' a i ri:lly lil-.r:Il MOTION FOR TRIAI.S
piilldar- :illul h'l r alil atr- t______ I hi- i-.i' *-i|: 1 ''i '.
.ri isl lly 1 l... int lli lIt ai :d Contl y iJudge V l ir,,.-- hiardi -' .1 I k 1i
,i.- ira bil.' I,,.,,I ,,'. -,.ve.ri' l nl lvi.. l .s f.,r iti-w !rtn i ll.i1 t'fo l i. i.o i n l' r T '. Fl .,r ,l ,
"'lih 'r' i- ir, r .:r ,r iln Iii' n arl
A W c\' a li'I Ii, a ii i t ithat it ,:
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i,,' y t.a r, 'i .,i ',, it i, ., it.
\V ,< h mi\," !i,. *..... i r,:"l >, th:
l -n' :' 1 r.a'ct i a n a i I
'j.. ilt t-nii aa',iill', ,:rt Irir tl'i-lrnij
. a-ill i r.i a.l. i a at' I e'' 1"p l w hit
';a, I| I 1 I ,,' :a h' at l. tr" c. i-a .
-V,. I .'a r. ,'. :ia l f )5 f'
tIhc arrow : : > i t"' of th' p -
-11 't. a ,ilH,- fro
.n fi'r,,it ,, I \ .II I i'j NI
*i b ,y d -f,.l laint- who w .er,, c nt .icf..T, f, t ,l t .l !"
hI ...,lirt, ar l a t- -:-- 'd finit s :a l I,,1,.'.. : f a a' .i '' II ,i i ,- I4 l a '
c l ir i iit i t I -i .'-r. (aal, ,r ..d \ .V i'- *'' a* I I ,,'|' r i' I' 1
it if st-llinhi li. li' r, w-:r a la liir i i a r -w f r i .1 .
.a. trial and fil..dl .l 1 i r ;idi l 1 .a '- :a. 1 11 'V: l.,,,
-., :;ol d. i .V .! l'0 r .- ihin tii.. l ht,:1 1 1 d
- t dav. h i- h :t- hi- ch,'ia ,. ,f pma ii thIV i L': I! '" i l i" i.
id fiir' "iaId Ici -'"- nr '-r \ ii '.' i an :i lhiti n t\r i ."' t' I '. 'i ,.
T ll. .: f S h;oif .l.,i>t.t m d ti t Iir tI', 'a a a *. ,F lori.L ;ill
('iCorn -r. ht. c. i-tal ot" trar Mr. IFar,-v
,rtinI aI r. ai ,i't ,rd :ir l t thI trit p-vr aI t r. Th .
.v..r (d .:- i-Jd riw trials. S.'in w a'w :t\''
,r Ho,.I d rt.-% a t'i fi- ,f l io : lh -' ''' ; 'i .
r- :t .' :II <1, 1-. 11' n l- i L 1i- I' Iii i ir '' ; ''
n f -,r, .l r liii ;d "; llit,' : in -
A alh..f a,f payini th""t ." li a :, ,, ,.-. MRS. HOPKINS Mo\ ES INTO
TI The ca-e of Mr-. .1. A. '..\. wi... NEW CENTER Fr QUARTERS
charged with -,.!a1,,,' iiu.r. \a' '
-,ird iiand dtft'rind:iit i 'eri i ;Ip .':
f inll caolite'ir l .ir .l' ,l ,. l,:ir -- h .
S .ITinai-i s ('rut- hfia l i. a I;:trg .-
= r .,klh-.s d riv iig. pl,-ad ;iil 111 ririi i :,,l a 4 7iii.' IY ,-a ,
\ m- fin<-d $5 :ai'n l c Ast- tr I t (av-. -: ;,; .
a a ,
HAILE QUALIFIES FOR SEAT I .i '
ON THE CITY COMMISSION h ir i,;.i.
W T. Imaile. wh,, s,'rvt l as a '.rk'.- ,.I .',ir -i
member of the- a-T;v comnii.-ioni for 'l,,at.t-i ;Pi a'
the past four y,-:.i., is the onily :iln- t ,,\, .*-.-* i
litdate to ,':ial;fy f<,r thi- ,citvy mrn !e. : t .,
nli,-iano at I',- mnum icipial primary l.-'- .a'r: .r. ". *r
'1,,n t- ht- hfiil July 21101h. (' art a t ii.;-r,. ',
!ha.' 1 until July 10th to oia:if'. :lnd, '
SERVICES AT CRAWFORD, a', !:
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a r.. ,a f ..
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R.',.. Fred ). Coffin aln,_-i .<'-
M -'thidi.-t Episcopal ..arvi.-. i, next A r,.\v.:r :
Sunday. Jun 2h.June 26th. t Sandy F,,rd. ; f,r :
I I ,,'cl,,ck a. ii.; lham ,~; a hirk ,n arr<.- t ;: ,t,
lInunity, 2::. U p. i) .; m id i' Crawf,,ral aw' ,r per-, ,- af .
' 1) m ,tM,. i r, ..- r .! ,
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SANDY FORD, HAMPSHIRE i
NASSAU COUNTY LEADER. FERNANDINA FL noin l
1hflfnlflT 111fll NanU'
WEEKLY PROGRAM OF KLrUKI Ur nUUil F
HR EX THEATRE j, NASSAU COUN1
V AYS A GOOD SHOW-OFTEN A GREAT ONE FOR THE PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMB
W EEK B GI N J raT,. tll,,wing r<-ix.rt ,, 'I ,:.....iiti an.d I'isiursi'ni
WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 27, 1927 Naissan i,,unit t..r th,- r ..i .-t ir se, l. -tl.'r :lilti. 192
27, 19 7 ial l aa ,n'ilait .f w >rraint s 11 .iialtlg .inll ;. -I.at i t l ,i' t
ILai biliti''- .arld t|i-' t % ;il ia "I t 1' .t ) ir, l- rt I tthi r that
N. ; e ',, .t I .t, re j ,rt,', i in i ttIh t.t% .';, ltte lir
IfI" 'ount t" m tls rtlal t k -' 1 the t"4 '1lilt (',q)
",1 i 'tundr l r. .a l, '.. i 1 i :;' .\ s .f I. ;- a- .LaL
S .1:!NI:ST AMI
Your 11:t: ;.|ini'd ,n this side if ill his pocket. And when she makes I':1ZN:I:IT AND
programtin .- yo to free admis- her gondola getaway, she has all the <. Il:ND. n M1
sion t., '; W!: :NM'U i VENICE." traffic cops in Venice swimming a- i-e-:t.r i:..,:i, a r i1 .,
Const :!' "I ,ad .'- latest arid round in circles. Parts of it made in ut"t. ,,.1 nu v\ ,,... nts .\prl i- 1:* .
great V' Venice. (;r .t comedy. Greater Net ni.in.A.. \ ; -lr' t. iPo2.;
MONDAY -"MISMATES." wit h romances. (;reatet hit ,hi- famous .rt,.lpt, for ,iL mninln%:
star has ever had. Marshall Neilan ir.,,n-T-Fax \.,le.t,,. r.tx,...
DORIS KENYON. WARNER BAXT- made it. (Miss Virginia Carrio and T: \',ii, tr I..' :
ER, MAE ALLISON, CHARLES one.) Walter Hiers in "HIITCHING I',,,,ir !:;',.,a ,
MURRAY. .ini. rinst andl million-'up." FOX NEWS WEDNESDAY ''.mrpi.t',nr. li:.rss T'.;
aire- m.-mi.- t,. \ dlr;ma .f a wife 15 and 35c. .
w hoti vr ,' i ;t !l'i. i, li \%h ll sneer- *i,,iit \ .t l url "'' l ,
ed, ar' i- .: h wif lile t.f FRIDAY-"THE WHITE BLPCK i:t. a. ,r,'a I
1927. (\r-. .',..trso, anil SHEEP." with RICHARD BAR. M.akiir :,., a.
imone.) ',,.vi "'0L1I TIN 'THFLMESS. and PATSY RUTH l1i.h:
MILLER. A marvelous desert dra- i a '1. ,. ,1Il l.r .. rt Is i,
SIDES.a. Ill tilt perfumed bazaars of the \ ,i l .l. t rd '. a k I'
TU ES Y--F OR W I V ES Orient .sIh danced for the desert I,.r ld. .,..:, .a ,m, Hs n rs
ONLY," with &ARIKE PREVOST and I sheiks. But her heart danced only s S.itr*s.. ..'..... 1,. ,t :,,I rt 'r .,,:
VICTOR V "t O::.. A.\ hautiful for the mysterious white man with a A.a,, r. ," ,..t 't,, s
woman .i, ..; 's often scar on hi s ..o i, arid ii.le of women i'..iarr !'iId-l.a: l
makes a :...' ,t the moist cautious in hb; (ey'v (MTr. and Mrs. J. P. 'll. ', \. S' .I S r'l i+'l a.-
man, f'.r :.. ..... .. i t iever' as a'Johns.) Animal comedy. Ftlix Cat ,'..,r- ..,.
clever ,,:a th:.t's the trist of the Cirl ).-n. 10 and 27e.. a*i l
story of -., .... i, n,.-t delightful. Si T J R D Y TOM MIX andt :
comedieNs if t. .r. .A Froactn TONY in "THE CIRCUS ACE." ii-- 4 ir a I: '
filled with ,'-. ra.: B oty and The sawdust ring and the canvas top .,t il.'l 1 ,
appeal. I 1r. H ili- a B rock and i. t- 1 -aa.et. i'ta''Il ta 'slta
one.) S, ia. d ..i i, in.O N :1. t h .' e::1 < o. i I .'< latest tri- inr.a a ,,
Tn HO InLnl l" t .1 .i !'" "-i,. T'n is in tuippurt. and de- 'I.,.-,.... i r..
TO H L 1 *s. serves lari;' 'iare of the honor of '.tr," ,14 .I.,ut4 I .,,,.,
T H11 .. aVla." .\lts' i 1., ', a.lr. 4 l, s I,,., a
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY- ni'tkint- 2: wonderful picture, fraught I.iit,'.- ,1':l, \' '.b_ \V..
"VENUS OF VENICE." with CONS- wilh tielio-n and romance. Chapter :: 'l'io iirner ii n.i,. -'
TANCE TALMADGE and ANTONIO .."'Tl HOUSE WITHOUT A i,.,a,,,,a i,,,ia,,,',.
RTA NC T A L M A D and A N T O N1 k 1E 4ennet com edy "M A SK E D ...s .> i r- l <
MORENO. ',,,.til. but she'.1 levor. 10 and 25c. St n .,. in, itr.
This i t g d ai :s. and 10 and 5c. ..,, ,. ,,, .
how -hli ,. liu'.a If the" aren't NEXT WEEK-GLORIA SWAN-' .. ,t l.,,u. i i,, i.., ,.a I '..,i t.,, 5,'
arounal ..1i. ffill.,iw's neck tUly are SON in "THE LOVE OF SUNYA." P'aa. ,
I4' or ai1 r.. 1 I'. d l I l i
|'r' i \ -- .1 i'
BUILD VENICE CANALS BARTHELMESS RAISES BRIST- ,'. ';,,, i'.1, ',, .
ON HOLLYWOOD SET LING BEARD FOR FIRST TIME t ""at. i" ... ,.iai .i. r,.''i ".. .iil
4 0 1'. t .
t(n4l,.'' i lljhing softly through Richard Barthelme.ss, popular First \ I,
dirlily l : 1 ta': al-. the air singing National star, will be wearing a nius- \\'arr.4 .t i.at i-t:a,,nai s.i. i.rI .'l.' ,. a .
with ti, i.ilodies ,f soft-throated I tache, and later a beard, for the first ,
I 4i ..j t i I 1 :\ l t |, I lt r i a\ } i 1 ": .
gui'.ir-. \alih-. carefree revelers, in time in his screen career, in "T lie
gay C,-tilll swarm back and I White Black Sheep.," a tale of desert, IIl. % % 1"1 41111i Iln ni: I'1ii1
forth -.r'adlin i; tihti carnival spirit. 1 adventure, which comes to the Rex A"1. 1' t a' l:..1:1.'- A .\ai 1 i-t. I .
Antv hmat,,illy.. confronted with Theatre next Friday. t ,:\\.a,,t- \ t
ia it.'. \ \,it I laice such a scene in In fact, it was the first time Dick t il 1 I"'
the nti hliantniiii city of Venice, Italy. had ever raised a crop of any sort on Hr
And lie woi.uld Ii- right nine times his face, and his accounts of the Fl-om ar:\ <'.,I. ,,,r. ''T.\.s ".
', ,1sa 1,t ,,110. r'. Ia ti ,'ati ,,
out .of tin. 'ht, carnival in ques- growing process during the filming ,'.,,,,,,'i,'.,. IZ ,, ...l i\ 2.
tion, however, represents the tenth ;are interesting. ..matl.r. l:x\lr.- *i',\
.-0 ., lilt. lI "lv"2 .
instance., for it was held not ini He began work interpreting the
Venire., lbut in Ilollywood! role of the deaf and dumb beggar of Make I 1.4 .
Thi, action of Constance Tal- Kefr Saba, Northern Palestine. ua .oiiir....m.. .. 'r ..... ,t,.nih:
mad1ig.'s keenly anticipated new For this he raised a General Grant- s a nr .,,,, i ., ,, :. ':'!- ,, 1 ,,.i ,,, a,1
comedy dIr:ima. "Venus of Venice," .ike beard. The'n later as Ro- ,,
Lure .u U t'lalla ,s "of Venic It Wa. HL ritil h .rvi. -* i- Pal..ntine, i ai.rt v- I t...,A" .. .-i l. i -
not '.,nslid.red f.-aisilile to film the ed his beard leaving a trim mnous- *. ''a.a
; 11 1 .,. 1 -,
piiiture in Ital'.. so it was necessary
to build a replica of a portion of
Venice (ion the United Artists lot in
Hollywood, where the picture was
produced by .In-eph M. Schenck for'
First National release, with Mar-
shall Neilan as director.
Oiu.r of the most entertaining se-
quences in "Venus of Venice" is a
carnival for which, in addition to
the canals, the interior of a famous
Venetian hotel was duplicated.
Miss Talmadge's role as "Carlotta"
is that of a light hearted, light fin-
gered canal gypsy with an irrepres-
sible tendency to get into trouble..
And ,not content with heing alone inI
her 4escapl)des, she enmeshes a
younLr Ainrican artist, played by
Antonio Moreno. and the strange
friendship is productive of more
surprises and thrills than either
(of the two ever dreamed of ex-
"Venus ,of Venice," which is de-
clared to ibe Constance Talmadge's
outstanding success, is coming to,
the Rex Theatre next Wednesday for
a run of two days.
GIRL PRISONER MAKES
DARING JAIL BREAK
Doris Kenyon ia the only screen ac-
tress who has succeeded in breaking
out of prison and escaping in the a:u-
tomobile of the warden.
She did that in the state of New
York not so long ago. and not :a
word appeared in the newspapers
because-it was all in the filming
of "Mismates." her latest feature'
vehicle for First National. which
larl Hudson produced in New York.
with Charles Barbin directing.
This prison break (if Miss Kenyon.
\\ith a thrilling chase following, in
which she dashes across a rotten
ridge in hier car only to have thI
!.ridge start crumbling beneath her.
,ne of the high spots of this pic-
'i*,. And then as she reaches the
\,r\ end of the bridge falls and for
;i mi'ment it looks as if she and hei
car will he plunged into the river be.
Htut. as in aill good movies, she es
C:Ia!e' and all ends happily. War-
r., r Baxter has the featured role it
S:- picture, which is now showing at
,,. Rex Theatre Monday.
SATISFIED WITH LOW MARKS
Many young people who have fin
l ed school and college courses, re
S:,rk that they made no special ef
rt for high marks. as they wanted(
S, o in for the life of the school
., college. They have had a 1t,
f,,n. and if they have shown sens
'e,. learned much from these ex
i rf'. ces. i'
tache. During the last week oif \\',. .
I S i 1 1 i i,' :i t ils 'I 11a Ir '.lx"\,"
production the moustache camel f offt ,i. i.:a ,. I i'a ,,, ,.itii i.,
presenting Dick as he is. known tio his >. i, < ., .' 1 .. .
myriad fans --without moustache or ii-,\ .i ,., rti ,.'' t ., '
heard. i '. .
"The White Black Sheep," which a. ,, a -
is directed by Sidney Oloh tt, gives i,,,, ,,. :, .',a
star unusual ilranmatic possililities \\ .1 .a : ', N, '. i ...
and advance reports herald it as his
best picture illn many moons.
For the first, time Patsy Ruth Mil-I
ler appears opposite Dick in the lead-
ing feminin role. She enacts the
part (of Zelie. a Greek dancing girl.
Sh, after -everal thrilling adven-
ture-. restore- to Robert his faith in
The balance of thlie cast is of ex-
ceptionIal c:lb1re :nd includes Wil-
liam H. Tooker, Gino Corrado. Er-
ville Alderson, Albert Prisco. 'Cons-
tance Howard, Col. t;. .. McD)onnell.
Sam Apple antd ,Templar Saxe.
LOOKING FOR THE TRUTH
An enormous amount aof wise ad-
vict' ihas beettl handed out to the-
ottllln pot)ple at lthe gralu:ithails of
.chools andl colleges during the past
few week-. One of the adiln>itions
loist frequently givetn to th1in, i, that
they "ihoIld pursue earnestly after
thle truth. This is one of thltt- vague
general phrases which sound very
fine and we all agree to it. A!i. yet
the majority of us fail to dit, this
thing which we all believe in, and our
happiness and welfare is much af-
fected bty this failure.
We find tihe world full of half
truths aind falsehoods and fakes.
The btsiless world is affected by the
'ntrith th at you have to be dishonest
n .rder to g.t money. The political
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S THE LAW AND FREEDOM
Unless we observe th, llaw. we. can
I l NlU UUS not be fre. rn.markEd,! Pr.
IY "Coolidge in his hn.lri:l ;ti.hlr<:-
Y IThat differs from l.th vi, .,int Oft
soie lawless foiks. \i1.. I "''. tipii:
ER 30th, 1926 lhw as the restrictin ,t ;iividlu:i
.. liberty. They dclar th : is
uts of the Funds of free country, heni'it l "'l' !. : '
t of the Ass,-, s a t right to do as thex -'
i S.'ho l >itf the- st1d to slight limitations.
r. 1'2,*.. lv the Hoard
irt i liereby piubilish-' The only plact'. .
s of Florida. have absolute tfr', :.'
is. t'on lItrollr. !country where, 1t l: '- -'. \' .
There they are not really as free a<
in uur own country, because in 'i,.
T:bsence of laws. cruel and tyraniac..
!tuple set themselves up to mali>t..
*tings, and people have to subnt
l'iir threats and oppressions.
The highest degree of freedom
-i.',. is secured under demncr,'i,,
,x:vrnmi'nt, where the people
'*.ct their own rights through th
i't. If the laws are freely br-,. .
h'in .tppressions and tyrannies
'. -*t up which the government
c it ',,ntrol, and which will const.r:':v
"'!!it ur freedom.
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*l!at y..u can win success by plausible t.r '
We find nilli1ons of people putting ,i ... .... i ;,' .. \ '
their faith in explodedd ideas which ( ut't.,s,,l \\ '- : .-
peopt- le h ou lo?.g ago have given up. N,.t i:..:.. '
Millioi.l- are Ipurs:;ing the false ideal HRecei.ss. fr .i% inhlt!
that tt main thing in the world is to Fr..n T'r. ,' T. .. ..
get rik A great many people think t I.., -
that thl. way to get ahead is to put 'a,: ai. ai.: \i .\ -
smart 'ricks over ion people rather ,' k II"i',I
than g..,. them honest service. Main it;..
A go school or college punctures iburhurmrfnnl f*r 'n m,,,,b,.:
these f:.!-ehoods. It shows them \ : t,-
the'y car. not get ahead in life on the Ita. '. '|."-
basis t f fakes aiind falsehoods. but '. .t. 1 '. a ,',
they m'.-' give honest service based
oli a s! '.re statement of facts. It Net -' :, a i' a .' -.,
tells till. that it is no use in morals.
religio!... r politics, to put their faith Drpotsit[r .. .' '*' ':' "': '
in false traditions. but that they must !rt I I. 1 no .) 1iiI in14 to. I
cleav'e he truth at all costs. 1 p,,,',,s..r :..... : _
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thing they have learned in schools i Nt-,. i. t
and c..lii. es. uit lust get the idea l l 1%i,4 0 11.. b".
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Friday, Jame 24, 1927 NASSAU COUI4TY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA Page Three
We wish to annoui
are local distribut
The oldest system of domi
eration on the
Call at Our Salesroom for
11I 1 11 11 11lllllllllllll lllllll lllllllllll I IIIIIIIII IIItll l
nce that we
ors for the
estic electric refrig-
NT'FR STREET |
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PHONE No. 50
W. S. WHITNEY
Office First Floor Waas
Opposite Post Office
DOG LICENSE DUE
Dog license for fiscal year is due
and must be paid promptly to City
Treasurer and Collector at his office,
city building, Ash and 2nd street. or
to Chief of Police Surrency.
J. FRED LOHMAN,
City Treasurer and Collector.
Let us do your printing.
Optometrist and Master
All IrDefrcts. VImIo. 4clemntfl-
The greatest discovery in flesh
healing is tle marvelous Borozone, a
preparation that comes in liquid and
powder form. It is a combination
Itriatment that not only purifies the
wound of etrnirs that cause infection
but it heals the flesh with extraordi-
;iary speed. Bad wounds or cut!
which take weeks to heal with the
ordinary liniments mend quickly un
der thi pow o r-l'ul influence of this
\\,ndihr'.t ri iv.i.ly. Price (liquid)
: 6o., ~;e ;mid $1.:P. Powder 30c and
'14,.>. i y.v .1. G;. Suhrer. Fernan
ilin:>. :i I T~l' ('niiiner Co., Callahan
M:nt:. cript .e, \.crs, either blank or
printed. on sale at the Leader office
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The Steak Y'ou Cannot Resist
IF THE YOUNG BABY'S
MOTHER, OBJEOTS TO
I KISSING -
I THEN KISS
Mrs. t.. C. Chamberlin of Den-
ison, Iowa, mother of Clarence
Chamberlin, America's second air
ace-and now holder of the !ong
distance flying record. New York
After waiting. hong and patiently
!'fr his \\ iter 4t appear with his or-
1(h-r of hl :ie d < th, li nervous
.\1r. \WiVpll;p t'.' 'sl rd another waiter
; ,til :i-k,.' : "llowI long have vol ;
loeell \,irkinll h ,ere'."'
"l' ,'k> sir." replied the!
"No." said MNr. \Wollup, sadly. "You
,t* not mly wAlter
SOUL OF HONESTY
to Getrma. "I beg yur pir-don, s;r. but I iam
soliciting dnmatians for our rummage
THE LAST WORD 'sal. What d(.< you do with your old
The demand on human attention "'Why. I brush them carefully at
in these times is something amazing. i!tig'. iand put th em on again the
If a person is going to win that at- m. ntorning."
tention, he has got to keep making ---
lefforts to arouse interest. This is A THOUGHT
lone of the most fundamental facts \ hen better air c:astles aret. built,
min business life. ,v, ryoe4 will buihl thenm.
A thousand calls on our attention
are made every day. The newspapers SUBTLE OLD FISH
bring us many new thoughts. Our ler I"Fl.h|r--"lDo you .0 -l.p.ort
busy lives in our occupations bringI yourselff"
us many more thoughts. Our amuse- Suitor--"Wvhy. yes sir."
ments and sports bring us still more. ller Father-"Then \,in ouight to
The last word is what leads to action, hi' :l,,lished by the. i.,ard ,,f healthi"
The housewife tells her husband to Suitor--"lF,r \ltt .i "
be sure and buy some butter for din- Iler Father -,".ir mniantainiing ai
ner. But if she fails to mention it ntisince!"
the very last thing before he starts
down town, he will probably forget AND IN A POSITIVE MANNER
about it, because something new willrlik
have come up to distract his atten- "Sh Ira lh ted me like I was a pho-
tion. gralo: h'er.
This situation applies to business. Shelow come etiv.
Some business people think that be- She hamh-d mn her negative.
cause they advertised the advantages
of their bargains a few weeks or I FACING FACTS
months ago, that they have don't 't lon't knlw wheat we are' coming
something that should attract public I n 're' th' atitt eseas hie' crifove'
attention to them for a long time. "up l the edge of a cliff.
But the thing they said last week ,r
last month loses its force in the pui>- THEY ARE LIKE THAT
lic mind in a few days. That is why hI)idn' lyeou esay there was some-
any attempt to win attention must be y11 liked :hiut me.''
I continuous. or something new will "'es., h1t you've spent it :11l."
have come up to erase the n mory ,f SIGNALS
it. It is the last word that gets ; 1i SIGNALS!
e tention. Th,.nl ,, V
The ad that you read in the news'.- 1l' other .d:>
- paper today gives you a fresh sugg'es- *sj-I :4 *_s 1p1l.V l'l..nd<
s tion that they have good bargains at A"d k1 ih i" i
e such and such a store. If you want
- something in that line, you art in- Whereupon she th l me'
s polled to go to that store. rT" 1,1 '... 'i s,.r\e.
If you announced your bargairs The traffic rl'l-
d sometime last month, while your Vhi,-I 1 i.l
- competitor speaks of what he has i1 And it -:i"t' ",'"
this day's issue, he is likely to get And ,li i.
the business. lie had the last wone.
r and it is the last word that product MORALS OR MOLARS
the action. The thing that was sail "I ne.'d 1 ie s e" f pull tee su-c' eded in
some weeks before is forgotten. .\ 'v' business." r'mI:trkeld the dentist.
small ad in a newspaper used in eac txlextratcteld antoller to-ith.
is the one your wife broils
for you--the one tl; t
comes from our she l.
Pay a little mIore :id .-g 't
the choicest cuts of berf
at this market. \e prom-
ise you uniform quality
day by day \hlrn you pur-
chase from us.
Island City Market
F. H. HOBIEN, Proprietor
Center and Third Streets
HOME TOWN THOUGHTS
Tht' farmers do not usually expect
to rai', crops without fertilizer>, but
some business men think they can
raise :i crop of customers without
the fertilizer called advertising.
Your home town will never pro.sp-
er if you buy stuff elsewhere and deh-
prive it of the money that should be
spent at home.
Some people think they show the
superiority of their minds by criticiz-
ing local institutions all the time,
but if so they also demonstrated the
inferiority of their loyalty.
SEND YOUR CLOTHES TO BE
DRY CLEANED & PRESSED
N. 3rd St., Bet. Center and
Phone l I,
Xmelia City you/Iry arm
CHARLES BERESFORD. Prop.
WHY HONOR IS GIVEN
Mally %-~I.r g il N'!) 11V -fII '!vy i
(IInity '- i In 1) I0' f I : voting1 l I'la)l *1' ilI't,% I
:iniazinr 'tribuIt4-. tht lt is' 1)111t lic 11,h-it,
'[h i. young foe1l W Ila>s i'uiedv;rt'c
hims-el f tothe e cti'1'iIplc 1by' hc un ietyts
he4 ha.,s litlVwniand41his lack 41l nmercc'r-
any spirit. tlanN v4mn ) )14!) 14111
havie eliieervd I lhiiim-elv('$in suchIt
The tribiuteto, tt l~ik-l-''gh is lpartly
due tI, the fact I hai he Ila> ske it his
headi and acted w~it h n4na rka blelt i.-
DRIVES FOR TRADE
Thet business nuin of :any coiimmiui
*'" ne.'.,* w.v,,rking t all th l i tlim
ion plans t for attracting mor<1 e Ir>d
and keeping all that belongs :It ione1.
Special sales, d-dlar days, advert is
illg excursions into the near-by tvhri
story, ttc., these are sonie4 of tihe
plans that are being worked out in
many cities with gi,'od result>.
Individual cIoncerns netted to lie
boosting their on fl trade all h e time,
and then the while lot of th,.m need
to get together in various pro I'jects
the purpose of which shall bIc to call
the attention of their section to tlhe
advantages oIf their city as a trading
('ilter. The city in wl iich th,. IO usi-
ness en thus h cosrle i- lv. ,,o .
ihat w ill go :>r :,d f;>: l. .d.
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SN. J. PARRISHn
P Iortraits. (Groupi, and \l'.ie ,. t
(.oAp) iniz and Erai~
y >;gg M;.~.~~~ --" a "--"n----'Kissue, is much better than a i .. --.-- .- us, mous, ,ncers, odak I inisii% : -
Ssplurge once in a great while. It' the slid worth of hm pent J Poultry Lice and many ---
Ssplurge once in a great while money and good words that will other insects. .1,,i.h ,s1.,l 4 ,it,,,h ,,-. ..
e l Hd THE LOVE OF ONE'S WORK make our e tyhi'gr and better in Powder Liquid 5 IIK.\II\ n \
1i1 THEld LOVEd rk ou- -very'w1y. 3 zand a2Csoc and 75 C ;,. "''
5oc:and Sico St.z5 llllllllllhi hIlilI '
('Cl. L.indbergh sets an ,e"aml. ;3ocC .Spray Con_ 35c
for modern Ameritcans in mIanly VwayV T.nill: I'vt" IT 'rC1 'll'. roTl 11TiWriteforfreebookletonkill-
H One is thet l hve which he feels for .* I-'l4l, I111Cr IT 1' I I.OKIOIA. istshouseodgrdenimset Send Y
CALLAHAN, FLORIDA his work. His whole heart is in hi> ;6 'l. s ('E 'lI"- MicCornk k& Co.
y profession as an aviator. His imag- ', ,. ,. Btunore,rMd. and Cleaning To
Station carries him so f:'r t!:: h,.lie' *',oin ,,t B S N
D inin Room Now O penloves to think of his "Spirit of St. mi:, : 'r ,
Louis" as an animate creature ha%\- 1, Ilflt B e e ROCER
(24 Hour S.'rvYc ing personality, and he and it arte re- :, : !,'.., .: <, i:\.., v i' .i.-
X T ^~ ferred to as "We." 1
Offers to go into money making .. ,,. I.,i ,vi;',,, I,*i, t,*.,. 611 f2!?! St.. Jack nille. Fta.
Sunday and Week Days schemes do not tempt him a particle, i .,... |' 1 INSECT We preay Far-! po.tat
hic en Dinners, 75cif they are not closely related to the'lit. O D ""- iof)
work he desires to do for the advance t'. 4tI t .t% ..A POWDER 0' '
SPECIAL ment tof his profession. ., I e and line A qut;; r frnch
Cn Din rs, $1 This is an active age and people. 'III... i, i t r ,-,:i'l,' iui, :j',- dry clean11 .t rnd >tteam
SChicken Dinners, $1.25 are doing a lot of work. but -ot many dyeing plant.
: carry so far this devotion to an ideal- n I N i t..l :I n t ,. ,.' ofi. ,
S ON TH E D I X I E H 1 G H W AY ization of their occupation. The #;.a.,,I, '4,',:, ;.
young men are willing to change their ,. 1..i ,' ,,.t <..rat ...,r..s: ,l.
line of work over night if they see a n i..;,,, ;'.. .WHY OUR W, : W-.N
J Q W HITT E MORE y chance to make a little more money .. ." liz' '
Q -at it. Col. Lindbergh would tell he, 1 "i1n o 11 % r FOu lox 1l 4th,- '*e I,.r .
Proprietor to throw themselves with all their ,.rt- 1 W l l
Energy and devotion into some useful ,\ ', ,'tt- N ll, .
S..form of s-ervice, and th vy will find "':.-., I. .It,. u-t.A1.:.
.'" : -".a"mple rewards for their effort. ., ;P ... I, ..i,:t .' ,t. i y y ,' .
BEGINNING MARRIED LIFE -:.' il
A good many youtnfg people at,,ut 'I, .U ,
now are starting in tlive -cas married I :. I thI .. .. t : tc t,.
W H E N Y O U A R E ,,wt r'a s, .^ ; ,-. !.^,.^t,:t I So NSN'S
couples in their own htimes. usually .. ... : i' ,.. 'ru-e.
rather small quarters. The rosy blis .i,, MACH('IN OP
;,of the honeymoon ,nT f:' ing lown in- ,- r ,,. :,. th li ,,( June. _
to common day. They are b eginning \ II rn'- -
to find out they do not think alike :I t, t,:' 2"It, .t tN A.: id.
(on all things, and it w tI-ld be strange ,4.., 4' 'i .
...TRY THE... if already they have not had some ,' ,. rlilt C, --'a un 'i, Wh. y not save money and Suy at Jfom
sharp arguments. '.ri.t ,5-2 ; t *6-24 .
Wa fl To Two people rarely think just alikt. %'oTI": r' i.it"u"" H''1 i T'"r iT
and if both of them arte not willing to We Have a Complete Line of
concede disputed points hre and : -... ve Cop
,er all the time. If they t'xpted t, Groceries,Wo.k. .. .l IIf.nd
"It's the Next Best Place to i ... i' r I.ades and Gentlemen" 'have their own way' in allt, 1 ..I G o e ...,., .,.C;:
they would better n have mar. J. K. Orr G guaranteed 100 per
Besides serving Holt \a:f tihe d>ay or night. Married life is a r.ormal state of "
we serve the best of R,,eg ar : t Irdters at very things, because two people can ge.t -; ; ., cent. All Leather Shoes.
along far better in partnership than X .. -,:
reasonable prices. they can separately. But a price has : I.. .s: : --- 0--
to be paid for these advantages. If 1 '.... ....f
-prcepeople are not willing to pay tha.. ....: IEntheA 1 T
price. then marriage. is a nti>k fr : .... r' r
them.- rr ADA
mI DfDn PCDIC MNI On P7 DCD WlCCIK ', .
Frt*day, June 24, 1927
NASSAU COMM LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
NASSAUJ COUNflTY I AIDDP-FRAta itWmA r.--.-
Friday, June 24. 1927
NASSAU COUNTY LEADER
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
No. 20 North Second Street
CRICKET PREWITT. Editor
Entered at the 'ottoffMee at
Pernandlna. Florida. as Second-
class Mall Matter.
ADVERTISING RATIS' FUR-
NISHED O0N APPLICATION
Local and Long Distance
0:ie Year ..... $1..0
S x Months ................... .7
Sitrgle Copy ........... .0
STIt('T1.Y IN ADVANCE
The Anriei'.ian people .r( urged to
get out of 'h,.bt. stand they would ino
doubt like to d,,t so as tio liorrow still
larger su. i.->.
;Good n;,n :.: peophl- dsappeanrlng
just bt-f'ior they were tpo be married,
which at hIt t is better j:idgnint
than to dis;', |lar immediately after.
Claimed manly college graduates
are too cont', 't'l. b;l :anyway they
do not know as muc': :,:, they did
If Lindbergh should be asked what
he wants most now, he wolhid prob-
ably say a chance to put on his over-
alls and go to work on his plante.
Claimed the world is out of joint,
but in spite of that it manages to hob-
ble down to the office and do quite
a stroke of work every day.
After sleeping all day on the job,
many of our folks complain about
the jinx that pursues them and
thwarts their efforts.
If some of our sports could swing
a hoe as effectively as they can a
cane, it would be safer for the girls
to marry them.
It is a fine thing for the American
people to have many playgrounds,
but they also need workgrounds as
The graduates look fine in their
commencement gowns, but they will
look still better later in working
I Something Has Gone Wrong With the Machine.- b Alb T. Reid
IN'ill.. (~j'01NI i.116114 :'% 4 4E)1 lI. I%
Only once during all the days and hours since he hippd <>fT ',..: hi
historic flight to Paris-did the wonderful poise and self-cuntr,.' oi
the youthful Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh dc.u'rt h:mu 1 h.1t
was when he advanced to meet the President of his land-to rc'cr iv.
the highest honor his nation co
slightly and his eyes were misty-
-as shown below, when, with the
mother he reached the White Ho
PROMINENT SPEAKERS AD-
DRESS LOCAL ROTARIANS
State Att-irn.y C(irhal.. M. It ur-
rance and his :,s.istant. Rober't Mc-
Namee, of their. Iourthi .Judicial C(ir-
cuit, in attendance upon the :di(ilirn-
eld spring term .of tthe N ~>a:ii tiounty
circuit coui rl t r. t Iv ,r i;t i ,. l ..l
This is said to be good growing speakers at thil' w,'t-klv l :iith,4n 1 t
weather for beans, but many automo- ithe Rotary ('ii tl r i : at
bile drivers do not act as if they lieps- the Keystollit. 11,t, 1 Il dild:v -fr.',1
sessed one. 12:30 till I :::I.
The subject ift Mr. I limiin's iil-
Claimed the American people ar'e dr.ss was "('itiii.n|ii' :.p1.l ll.:il lit
too fond of sitting down jobs, but Comimunity Spiril." l, >tr,.<-td ili
anyway this makes a lot of work re responsibility\ lih ,Iili itti, i i rI'I't.-t. Ii
seating chairs, ill tlie welf:irt' .alllt p"'.'4rI ,f tille
;cornii >unity thou ti \\illiii, tn -
SPECIAL SERVICES AT THE stliirt, and decl:itredi Ihat ve.h 1-itiz,.n
BAPTIST CHURCH CLOSE OlV''Ed it tto iiii'self', hiis flt'ail\ :iii lli-
icoin___ unity In, lake in ;i:-tixl p:irt ini
Dr. W. L. C. Mahon pastor of the matters political raiilth.r tii t,, ,I,.Ih
Main street Baptist church. .Jack-
sonville, brought to a close the spec-
ial services he conducted in thle Btp-
tist church here for the week past ,,n
last Sunday evening. lr. MAtlion
brought great comfort to those whlio
privilege it was to hear him while
here, the spiritual uplift derived lby
his audience being of immense itm-
portance to the community :t large'
as well as his autdienc's. Sthlom is
it our privilege to hear a man of 4(,4,d1
expound the Scriptures in .-ut-ih a
clear, kindly manner. as IDr. .Miahon
did. His audiences were large aini
attentive, showing that lihe did :a gre':i
amount of good to those who l rh,rd
AMERICAN LEGION TO BUILD
CLUB HOUSE ON THE BEACH
Plans are under way whereby the
American Legion will acquire from
1.500 to 2.000 feet of splice fronting
the ocean on the beach near the ',uiith
jettie for the purpose of erecting.
thereon a club house in which thi
members may congregate to enter
tain their friends and incident:all\
provide accommodations for a few ,'
the "shut-ins" for short periods ,,'
the American Legion war hospital a:
Lake City. At the convening of th,
next congress Senator D. U. Fletcher
and Congressman R. A. Green will
:isk the government for title to th,
land for the purposes intended 1y th.
CHIEF OF POLICE ASKS FOR
HELP AGAINST MOSQUITO
Chief of Police J. F. Surrtncy. \li h
.as winged a vigorous caimpa:ignt t.r
ihe last three months again.-t mn.s-
,luitoes. asks every resident of t,,.
city and outlying territory to co-otiE
,'rate with the authorities in trying
" keep the breeding of the pest .
:i minimum. The recent rains ha,.
i.rought them out in consideral-7.
numbers and it will require the t.,
T!..ration of the people to combat
't,.n. Chief Surrency especially r,.-
l. t ha t 11. 1,11. w. "1. a. .. i 1 mi
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VI Iat l omI. i .i' I, nI' mI : ;rh;f1
F .ria .'i.4 ut 4 ti m 141*%
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it It ts l :111-1 :it!in -.1' LiNi'l
'Ail'r I t 1, Lm.' m '...L i
dcli ct, VC 1i n t 4 .01n-
frillit- ru -t f T: :ulv li~
nial .r.n.:!f'i.' \ tt u l art
Irtt'ta4 ft' V i-t dI he m f I
C f it I l IN I iI i 't*[ 1%4-1. 11 kk I S i i g rett i -dII l
IThe I t .\%ailt rI ",I fT-? V 4,II'v s rt'-4
wJi~t 11 1 h. art'.41 tit y.1: t1ti ctstrv
l t or f L\ IE'hix ..'t1 ;i't- rvport of
uld bestow. Hic knees trembled A bid .\o. pe4ntii 'r.iii .nImes Iad.-
-but soon the Lindy smile returned ,! E'k & .. (i f Hilliard,. loridai
e.President, Mrs Coolidge, and his iittid .l.i ,. tlih. 1-27. foIr furnishing
)use-. :thter vi rt'ss (or Iine lumber for
1'-idt g r ii little St. M iarys river at
RII:(E R'.\ .N'Ig SESSION '- ,l: middle' r',,ai in District
OF.CO.,(,.I f,, L.'"III t lp'r thousand feet
'" (' (' IMISSII N ERS ,,. liver tlihe br il, it, at little
S- titd lfrom n,, I. I N:ir-V an dllup n1 motion of
'niniis-t r Miurrhet. this bid was
alid ithait -:aidl r,,:1l :at r'.!i:iti ai 1i 'l.-pti-c !. ii iM r-. 11..I. Yo1 unglt lood.
lit r.i.iiirtEil t<, Liv\ :i n,.,i tnif| s. uf- r iia d i. rt l ii!<.i .t. wvas rte ,uested
fic' -twii ,, .* t, bi. : 1 ',4. ,t ,-, ;: ;;is t,,o w,.rk uip i,:;i iiiat ria;tl and ad-
hlE ,l, i r "1i n i,' tl- m I' in.- ti,>iu-isaindl is iuadd,.ck S.',n what luimllEtr is
!,pr',E'r i','rfnti:l,'i i" t t ilie 1" .t\ A i,i Xw:s .., r.-d from N. .1. W oot-
t .l illt y .t r; 1:V < t r,:" i :- ," h. .I :rin- :.,l 1.1-ru b l r,,: ld
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4 in I[4, ';1 :-I f o 1i w,'ilt Mirdu ,fri ''
I )t E!' ird It J-, '-aiw-I, nit ii .1 toft
.1. i. -:.- ''I, 4it Mr. W -mnE lnt ac-
iii~,44~ 4*i4 I 't-I- k ili
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RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT ON
' THE DEATH OF MRS. CLEM-
ENTINE HERNANDEZ FERRE-
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-Dishes, Vase.cs Flower Conl.i,In
er-, in of All K:Iind.. SISit,,
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Coitte anid See F'or Yourself'
C. C. SHEPARD
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF HARTFORD.
World's most popular
low-priced quality six
Pontiac Six -ales ar nowatrecordbrekingheight
No other I #-prid at d eakingheight.
opularit v-and nqualit six ever enjoyed such
pularity dmor n For there car ever deserved its pop-
ularity moth' afor the New and Finer Pontiac Six is
exactly thom lar th hundreds of thousands had
hotpeofsix- liner availablee. the highest
of bodies ki vn t, th .orrnance... the finest tvpe
able mecha cal feae industry.. the most desir-
abthe lowest s feature .. and new low prices-
the lowestrforr nee eer Placedonsixesofcomparable
Pontiac Six pularirt ualit!-...Small wonder that
wildfire spt, !! m~ Is sweeping the nation with
people are : vpirg rte P" onder that thousands of
people are %.'rg sntw Pontiac Sixes every week!
Sda, $775: Co.7 e es every weekly
/ Liz 1 c.i' ,: o, ,"ef 'a b'tol)> '*"aWrlo/, 8535, Lauduu ___
A t sc esr7 s- o ,' *L/u de/fl..d *7 r4o tmx. O j S I.SI h5slu SlJ
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C-4 aNO SOONfrER S I11)'I'llA N IDONEI4t,:
by C. M. Payne
CITY MANAGER ("ARVIN
(c',ntinsued from iPage 1.)
there shall not t. any other
buildings constructed in Central
Park in the City of Fernan-
dina, Florida, except buildings and
other improvements to be constructed
on the north side of said park by the
County of Nassaut to be used for and
in connection with free public
I' thi Southern States Plower C(o..
that the 'caffold on which is moiunt-
ed tI,, fire siren is being dismantled,
wva. brought to the attention of thel
cOliunlliss ion. After considerable dis-
tuls.-,ini the matter was referred to
City Manager Gtarvin for handling,
with powrr to act. The suggestions
%%is t'offred that the siren be mount-
ed nii thlie rail at platform on tlhe
:aittlr tower. Mr. Nolan also sug-
gt';ted that :a larger gong be placed
schoolss purposes; and such other r a ernand
buildings as may he constructed by ex laininothat sniall gong now in
the City of Fernandina, Florida. to b l use did not serve as an alarm unless
on ,used h:.mnan was kept, in ice plant. :lIhlii1
used wholly for public park liur-" (".oninisdioner Kelly introduced a mno-
poses. It being the intention of this 'ion. scnded yv Commissioner--
resolution to prohibit the construe- rr and carried, that this matter
tion of any buildings in said park.. ahsi, referred to city anar with
except those to be used for public -
,powrvr ti act.
free school purposes and by the city
for public park purposes. ('itv Manager E. C. Garvin brought
Commissioner Kelly stated that to tlhe ttention of the commission a
City Manager Garvin had advised of r'ilu*'t from Fire Chief Surrency
his tcceptance of appointment as city that a pipe line and valve be laid
manager for Brunswick, Ga., effec- fron the river front or Second street,
tive August Ist, next. Mr. Kelly ex- to be utsed iln connection with pumper
pressed regret in losing Mr. Garvins In ase fire near water front north
servicess stressing Mr. Garvin's abil- o '.r stret Aftr lethy
ity and conscientious services for discu" thl city manager was ask-
"ernandin-a." ed to Investigate to determine cost
Mr. Garvin asked that he be allow- of suth installation at foot of Cal-
.d two weeks' leave, beginningJ .uly' houn trett and report at n-xt umeet-
15th, his term of active service to m
nd on that date. Commissioner Kel i The need of an electric light near
Iv offered a motion to allow Citv sea ndil of plank drive at Fernandina
Manager Garvin two weeks' vacation Beach was mentioned by City Mana-
\ith pay, this leave to begin Julv ger E. C. Garvin and a motion was
I .th, next. Motion seconded by made' y Commissioner Kelly, sceond-
4C mniissioner Haile and unanimous- ed by Commissioner Ilaile, to place a
carried, light north of the drive near foot of
A letter from R. V. Nolan, mana- parking space to service the ap-
,*r of the Southern States Power pr;oach as well .as parking space. Mu-
Sniapany, stating cost of extension lion carried.
4 inch water main south on tith Letters ,of application for the post
-,t to Gum street and East on (of city manager were rea-d from Mr. I
,': street to Eighth street, and the W. L. Walker. Americus, Ga.. and i
elationion of four (4) additional Mr. Jones II. lHoskins, Fernandina.
hydrants, was read and discuss- These were ordered filed, no action
Commissioner Kelly moved, ing taki.n at this meeting.
.h was seconded by Commission- ('ity Manager Garvin submitted
H aile and duly carried, to appro- a statinient listing expenditures for
:.',te $900.00 to cover cost of this redlempt ion of bonds and other items
.' vision, plus yearly cost of $120.00 ..f inil.otedinss, both paid and pledg-
-r. ice for the four (4) hydrants. ed. showing a resulting balance of
I ron advice from R. V. Nolan. iapjroximately $117.000.00 on hand
aiger of the Southern States Pow- avail;a.le. for either improvement or
'* 't ., that the electric light on dock invitst iment.
o''t of Centre street, was out of .lud(4e H. J.1. Bker and Mr. L. t;.
-e, and that cost for current llirth :ulvocated additional paving,.
., !be $12.00 per year. decision particu;larly Northi Sixth street and
reached that as this dock was Alachl: street, stressing the need of F
rally used by the public the city a wi.l' of :i2 fet' between curbs. An
1 maintain the light. ('ommis- oii .. ussioin in this regard fol-
*r Kelly moved, which seconded Ixw.'ul ind ..tiiated figures as to
S.mmissioner Merrow and carri- c(l t dlift'f. riit widths was fur-
at service be renewed a:t a ,l n- t i.: ;tve manager. Indi-
.t00 per year. i.i' : '. th' c iii ,ission expressed
:%ice from R. V. Nolan. man:ai:e'r a \i!L''.- .l desire to declare a
paving project if the citizten- wi-hl
the improvement. It was decided
that no action would be takeiin with
out an expression from the maj:irity
of the people.
Ordinance No. 5.4, entitled. -An
Ordinance requiring the iiinilumbrinl
of all houses or buildings fronting ion
lots of twenty-five feet in width ;aid
on subdivisions of lots greater tlihan
twenty-five feet in width on certain
portions of the streets in the ('ity tof
ina. herein specified; pry
-f'' -,. ",1 : i mn anner illn Tl' matter ,f" Iids. for collhctin
S\\h: -'.: l n A' .h:ll 1b done. :nil i; ;.d ;s l of vr. t'rst andI mt.intnti -
; i -lri :: lt' tor f ilure ;an ." storm dti ns ;.iand s stxr\\ s., :
1 .: .' ions l'reof," su ii l at rt g l;r nteetinig t l Jtiine
\\: 'ir i ,''. :,'.< dl on it.- first Stlh. :t disttcusm-dl atind ; mn l .n inll-
ra .ti* trodelii tI y Cv iiiiiim siiiner Kelly.
<',.um i -i ,.: .," K,< 1\ .;l :iad letter se dtn I.: b "y Con n i --ontr Illil. am i
t i. i l r. Ti',. ia:i> .1. le'ill I' 4 Larch- carri., tot reject alil bids. a; nin-l,'
i : N. Y.. andtl l-er IIIInd ;a. relative t'v c lill with requir,.n-t t ,.'f c1,'rti
'' .. tav, 1r.1in which historical data fied C t':, k tio he dtli vert.d xaith lid,
i .' : I ur d rel:t i\e to early 'and .: tthe pro-po-:ls c r, :ai.r
S 'rev ,," .\ n
A report was filed by .1. "Fre'd 1L.
,mll~f. c Iity :iron trvr :111 :'!
In il cp
Let us do your printing.
Now On Exhibition in Fernandina
.... ... ...;;..- ........ ..... ......... ........ .........
Full Diesel Principle- with airless injection of fuel.
Two-Strok,?e-C'ycle Simplicity.- No
valves to grind. No com-
You must see it to know its
beauty, you musti drive il to know
its power--no (,air aunytilhing like
it at a price
near it !
The mileage reterv,. built into
Studebaker cars is a S tdib.hker tra-
dition. More than 1(t1
owners have rectivelt **(,n 1().000o
to SOO00.000 miles iof s.t. .act,r, serv-
ice from their car' at .rt nIu first
thousand miles t,,d..a
STU 7 II /. I K ER
CUSTO .1/.7/i) I
baker anti Vr,.Lei." -,.
plicated valve rockers to keep in adjustment.
Use Low Grades of Fuel Oil.- High economy in the use of fuel
and lubricating oil.
Excellent man(euvering and operating qualities on light
loads and slow speeds.
Half a turn of small control wheel changes speed of engine
through wide range without changing setting of governor.
Transmission Built in as
ward and one reverse.
Part of the Engine.- Two speeds for-
Full Speed and Power of Engine .ay be Used for Reversing.
All Lubricating Oil I'ltered.
Ample Air Compressor Capacity to Allow Constant .anoeuverinf.
Built-in Compressor Supplies Starting A.ir.
Built-In Cooling lWater Pump and Bilge Pump.
Sturdy, Compact-All/ Parts Readily Accessible.
Small Space Requirements.
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jDjI. I Rwilq IAR"
F-nUI COUNTY LEADER ,F9.KINANUINeA, ILUKIUA
Friday. June 24, 1927
NASSU CUNTYLEAER, ERNNDIN, FORID Frdav.Jun 24,192
Get the most
out o f yourw Buick
g omPleinzuR 00 NWd~b M sN=26-
wrbow m, can bw yo wy* Doi&I wS whiek
by dum on somigbil-may or halL Fee du Buick -.
for iu sizedomn my cdaiii miob& e*I
lii. timaD buy a mwis wimm you n d k.o
Make tind du 1 m -p i ef" o
fty ,Yom Dukk -
WHEN am I AUT069OIES AID MM36-
BE= ILLSXXL Mm
May McGzwthiy. 4-f ('hi le'\. j -
ing her aiunt. NMr<. .1. If. 4'. x. 1 In-
M -sX'ra G( 4 tinnrret iirwi h"I'l
: Saturday fromin limuia',. (;:i.. whi~r.
s 'he has I,(.'-if t : te'Ioirif.: -l'
M~r. S. .1. allex'in.and 41;! '''lte~r
in ('aE:;Ihan fltliivte-ck.
x'isitirkig, in C(1:1ilaht Ul i;
x'ile'. 4 -t'i 1 : I ixe.'-' ber' Si Lx
Rl. A. 4h wxIt.xift eandl~i. e
I xis'tt'd rtt:rd Mr-. A. 2
Ixh :17i* ii j':'4 i* t r fll I A
N11-. C 4. \C I r. x III4 t .1 'I-
vole ix':Ie r14 .21 !'I. il
f 'e'' x ifl ill 10:0'
M 1. I I. k,
!"L. bW .111.1 4' 1.'1%
xc'totit J:1k-. ox ill lie 1t
dav .11d e 'l tvii 4 :..:'I v1.'.
thle' Ieeelal 111. iThe 'al1Ilic' had ti'1
va'i e 1i' :et the'1 iact M1:1Iiin !.~ hf.
TUhe x %'re x : i% nnofix it,.C:':.I-
S"Lndy's Pay Day" 1
A' V **
ii & k
Here i- the rman who started the
New York to Paris hopping-Mr.
Raymond OrtciW. hotel owner of
New York At a special dinner last
wct k Lindy was handed the
$25.0AX) check by Mr. Orteig.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
11. .. .'--; .r Jti -t .
1. ninil" ",, rl',i; lW h .tll. Classt,
f'or :ill alfl .
I't .::,lh 'i sir'r i'.,< t 1 a. m and
%:00 1>. Ill r.,rv Suntl:iy.
Senior IB. Y. I. I'. at 7:00 p. m.
Mi-s M'.arguerite S:ul., president.
Internteldi:te :;iml Junior B. Y. P.
IT. at 7:0 p. n. Mrs. M;adile Iiggin-
Str:lin.rT,- nii vi-itors in our town
are :al, ..' .' ,; nie t toour .s'rvic'es.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Alw:vs Bought, and which has been
in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
on the wrapper all these years
-.. just to protect the coming
,generations. Do not be deceived.
All Counterfeits, Imitati.ns and "Just-as-good, are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourself.
What is CASTORIA
C-astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphi ie nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in co(nstat :_.Luse fir the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic an, Diairrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of F ,d; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Comfort-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR IA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE CENTAUlR COMPANY. New YOtK CITY.
-IM a 9 0
: Buick Company 'A-I xuxh is so rare as ,., ..a i''2i',i1,,,,.tn
June".' sp cilly oil i.n .Ioodla d i i.. i ti I.
"' Florida Park. whli tre the- sift lIre'ez/.s siVgh in 1: S."il..I.,, 1 0% 2. te-. .1-'l '
th he pin -tops. tine' wil flower rs bi'' lo.i ,-n '. n ,I. 4 :,'. ;i. .il 1. ten,,r.,
by tilt roadside, and when. thet sound ,I l;11 .'7h, r ;,.,. riii.I r ,'4 lr.
of nlilty ia protid ctarkle fills til' l ir. *.. .,i..21 tn ...V. 'rite hi;,),\i ,i\
.'''1 *t 1 ft I' I"[1.1. i l ,:i. 22221 i iti' '. I f .I 'ilO
l'e'Hot i'Ierhaps;: lut we a ti eoo husy "" ..?! 4 4 .,. i
not, whether the towns are progres- to ot ice i. ,ri .the' irt e li., *- ,'.i
sive, and whether lack of prosperity th run lt',, h .'-l: tlen< t 'ru.k> n ',,: ,, .. ,' .l
1g is due to people's mistakes, or to their una tl if ha ket :v tre i, ,,,,ie, ,i t. ,, i'y ,h
si- causes beyond their control. the ir2l h iat rkit.tri7n 4,, snt t'w1 i r t,-. ii,'. '
tiltbe o de i f h' e h iai nlt e a'r> : ni te aw -; fr ,em 72 ,. 7I 2 t 1'' ,. 2 ,. F :4 ll II,.l ,
.d To some people whose mind is only the east, the h ug-chug of a peowe.r v '.''. t r I- ""
a. on eating and drinking, looking out 4, i :t:,h\rI ii',rr:et.I
ea of the window is only a way to pass of a traor- fill m f the se sou nvts' t. t rar :..l ,,1 ,.'. I.41, rs.
or dull time. But to people who wish i a ,1 f th t .u. :i -
proclaim ing1 to tilt- world that \ wrk el. II:I:IIX< (.l III: I> l
to learn, every mile tells its story i the wTrd that r e w conu s rson s
of failure or achievement. 1s g1ing ,n. Ai1 w%'1rk means pr,- (.'1('%1 ,'F ;.II.: MII:s
gress. That is tiU spirit of \ oodlaa.ild OR 11 I:.;11 11127.
A SPLENDID FEELING Park. Roine :was not built in a day. "th.. i t. ,.., t in :.-
but thlt-e t i.L i > doliilt that mlaniy a T,:h.,.'. :, ,.. ',,,' 4\ -
That tired, half-sick, discouraged dream catniiU true thliere' :s a result oetl' u' .'1,t t ii:
feeling caused by a torpid liver and work. ;atni in that respect. w'e f,.,-l, I' : ..,.0,'2-,,'. t .Ti:
constipation bowels can be gotten that their' ltmnans had nothing on ''s. 1','27. ti .in ..-
rid of with surprising promptness by "W here thti-er's a will. tihe're's : "v'v.". 1,,, i' ,.. ,,' n .,,,''' 4..1,,: ".'74141
using Herbine. You feel its benefi- There' inm ey li n' r.,a.l r,,ael t,4 :t--t-1- -c- .'. i- I. .11.- "1
cial effect with the first dose as its ces. hut it w are not mi-tiakn. i"i. i'r lI 4.1
purifying and regulating effect is there will lit a yIl n-al to r, ood4 e A- ;s'1' t \ t'he
thorough and complete. It not only land Iarl; I.'l'.ifre im n dayv1; 1.<>., ilt ,.' ,I ,' r : l,,.. I,.7 :l' -
drives out bile and impurities but it the coiiiunty r rs ;a e mits'ti .... ,.,:,, .. .. 1 .1 ,, I. j tti' lt
imparts a splendid feeling of exhila- thenmslv'e- with whtx 't1 v r weapons i e ,t in '.i ,,',''1, .\ .M ,,4
ration, strength, vim, and bouyancy they 1ma:y hav' (prefernb:ly A:.',\I" -k 1.,.ii' ,-.,7,. 4 I. I ',"7
of spirits. P rice (;0c. S old by J. G eo. and s -crapers)'t for the conmm itti.i is' t i ...4 '. *r., T,7 ,' It ,ite.,
Suhrer, Fernandina, and The Conner colminjig Anril 'li iie Woodland l :i k Par 1 '-n .1,4m11.-i..n-
l! Drug Co., ('allali:ti sends out a coiiiiim ttell the''e' is g ig .. '. ,1:,1 1 i..'l ..
to 1' son-lin' doinr g. ;; ,', x i .'l i .2 4
Personal Glimpses *'' 1.' -4l 7 .i*.. 7. 44i-
T he li autiftul nt,-w hotin f :r., *. ... :' i ', !t ,.i ,,r -r
:and 1lrs. K. '. lhit l ,rwi I 1 4 th -II1i t 1 lr
STof a :ihal i" y a l' t'ntd t sia. hti" :Alt g..: ,' 2. li' *i 1,r, -i. Ii x.,| .-
We 11K Iing last W\\'-
Wood!:!idl 'ark Commnnunity ('liui ,|
held its xi'o:ir monthly mWt.t I wii .\t, -t'
twi.-nty tvo i l,.lt s pAs4l t. .\ft r 1 : l2i :-: i. i rl 1" 1- _1
Ie Isthh)I 'Il t eh. u lu'
whit-hli a in l er of i ,portalt it;;:l,' < I I" I: I
w l ert broutlit pl1. ti h<' flul, :l.i l ,i N.,ti, : h.,t .l F
!aTnd a: d.lv li titfu' l cial i. .. r ft I '. 1.. 2" .' ; ; i. *.r .t- .
iA i i n i n iT i... .... -.. t ...... t,,4 ',. .,11 .... [,|. .,; ,},.. .,-* .; t* .. ,," .*l' r' 0.. \
CONSTIPATION, biliousness, coated tongue, feverish
headache, sick stomach-then is the time when mother
relies upon Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. "My son had
been constipated and bilious since birth. At the age of five he had
such an attack of sour stomach and bad breath I had to take him
out of kindergarten. It was then I gave him Syrup Pepsin. He
improved from the first dose and soon was back to school completely
restored and healthier than he had ever been before. It isa great
comfort to have a medicine for children in which we can have such
implicit confidence." (Name aId addirm sent on reqmem.)
Wins Confidence of Old Folas
Old people are charmed by the gentle, kindly action
of I)r. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. No pain, gripe or
depressing "flushing" of the bowels. Just an easy
movement and the fine feeling of restful comfort.
There's seldom any real sickness in the home that
learns to use Syrup Pepsin at the first sign of coated | CALW. L
tongue, fever. biliousness. heada'e e and su.-h troubles I A '" 8
due to constipation. Recomme ided in a million DrCadume
homes. Sold by all druggists. SYl P
ior a free trial bottle send w., .renid addrrssso W--aup
: ;a .sm< ynp ;vnit*, 4.6in. -.4.-0A, iuni..rj. PEPS*
C. R. ELLIOTT
Estimates Furnished Upon Application
tI Ty LOTS. HOMES
- FERNANDINA. FLA.
1F A.-H. HAMMOCK AND
Rlnvd Realty ComDanv
ltiet eif '\ 4Vl. :iiilu %% II ..I p .. I ,t'Ii.11I. 2' 7 2 1 2 2 '' .11 ',2 .4 4
72\ il4s'I Nil nt i 12.1r-. 1 L2It%', IIi2
Mers. E. ('. la, '. if .J~ k- -' o'2 2 2 22 7. ?' '42.tt.di t, 12
hat".jeiltie'41 i' lu~bi nd ii. -r ,hi. -.' ~ '1:1 7 '2' i ~'i. 122
I I'-%'I I2n2 1and till-741
M '>r>. % 1). [.ir'.in :im adv ae 1 ? 7
Mter. :eiul ',1 E... NI. l'a'e. \. 'x,. 4 2 I "2'2417' :74
W'einifredel :ae' ad Mr. :lreld 2I "t, 271 2.. ~ Ma.e. 44
W~. Loniig splent "'ul~ld:12% :iflu'iIllil4 1 ,1a .~ ~
the heilv i fi ee' ir. antd Mi:- l'iivt I .F2 212 02 ii
Smith I n 1111iiarel. 52.t G2
dri .',e (of Mr-l 1-:. 4). IIrv in xx illre'- :FO"~ Ui~( Iel -(R TAX~
gret toei i'ir-n liat ht. I-' Ill :i II:21 12> ''' .4 22.47-l41 .. I'
here.' ill thIe' te':ir fl' t ito!: ,~. n:212. 1 1! l ~ I 4 r.. 2 x
occupy 'the.'rt'e'e.'12t i t ;1 2'" lPc 4''d2 *~ ~1 ..t'rl .t4tt'I .4
her sister. Mrs. lie!t '. I l'1121h. r -w T: 'r I I %'. 1
of 1illiarcI d ~ 1 lxI. ill cit'.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ,' ..2' '' .:t12
WANTS INFORMATION ..! ''14"22a. rli&
rooms ter ajartltte.nts for I ii:ht htueiOe- '* '..7 2- 247 2An. It
;keeping for retnt art, re.e, sv-tvl t,,i
write the Chamflr of onmitr'. e -'.
giving full information.
Applicants for light-houstkepin ^
acconiodation art, expected to in-
crease and the :.-crtntary can not In-
telligpntly (irc't e'r rsns nimakini' in-
quiry unless full information i< fur- -.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sixth and A!achua Streets.
Rev. W. T. Ov'.rstret t. pa: stor.
i Sunday school, t4:45 a. m. .M1i!,.r
R. Askins. supt.
Regular services on Sundays at 11
a. m. and o:00 p. It.
Pra.'-r metling Wednesday i;:.:.t.
A kind invitation is Tr'iven to crL',m
with us to any of these se-rvici.s.
''"4 27 1 4 -24
2 2 7 I 7l, ;t r t
4 r: t .
.2 2 '. .......2't 4 4 24 ,.U
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2 -. "- r* .,x : t : -
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MEMORIAL METHODIST !I PCH
Rev. J. E. Woodwanri. ;:.
Sunday school, : ;. :
D .A. Partin, suleriw', ., '
W. Bailey. te<-:wh'."r Mi. -
Parents are urged
bring the children .
Preaching svr'\ i(, :! I
7:30 p. m. S:e'r:tn 2' .
Prayer mnetinig VI. :2,
7:30 p. mi.
Menmbhers urged :ir .. ''
present. Frie'nl- '. '2 2
gers always most -:
How alot' :a :! -, h
Chamber of Comim'rr,.
SICKLY, PEEVISH CHILDREN
Children suffering from intel-inal
\r. V'.Irins are cross, restless ; atid un-
E. li-altihy. There are other symptoms,
'- l: \ver. If the child is pale. has
ul ,'. .rHk i.iigs under the eyes, bad breath
.l i. 'i t.:k si no interest in play, it is al-
'd 1,' >i :t < certainty that worms are eat-
r-i inug :away its vitality. The surest
ri,tie.ely for worms is White's ('ream
:it \. r rn- ie'. It is positive destruction
to tli,. worms but harmless to the
!e' clhil 'Price 35c. Sold by J. (;eo.
,n- Siihrrr. Fernandina, and The Conner
I.-. ('Co., Callahan.
T.,'t the Leader print that job. Sat-
i.-f:a't ion guaranteed.
30 Days Free Trial
wv irithr Lo /h, .
from us dirf. ;; .
savei to "
-n You're a;- Ire
Prices Fr..it; : .a '-G b..
(; f't fi tl .
Write Todaf .... ,.::;;;....
name of ..', >.,,.. \'.'
* S'rtri f siT
pt r 678
S I name of near- *
Low prices. 'Send no
ead t. Chicago
-7L i I? / J
*lr R i L i(1 n
Looking Out The Car Window
Mt.lh can be learned by looking
ot t (,f a railroad car window. Pres
ti, t (',,,lidge has probably learned
a ,t' on his trip to South Dakot
Thie ,Ip-ervant person can get an ide
wietihier the country is prosperous c
loer to Is
Island City Garage Bldg.
et Metal Worker
Se; and PLUMBING
I'. II. oaw 4
snumm u -mmglgfluw
461hmI ldNot *aThwpt
NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
Friday, June 24, 1927
NoTE: oF IIIS
Friday, June 24. 1927
NASSAU COUNTY LEAnFI. FERNANDINA FI ORIDA
..By Arthur Bribane
FLOOD RELIEF SESSION
LESSON FOR UNCLE SAM
TOUR IMPORTANT CELLS
WOMEN NATURAL TEACHERS
The President will all a p,., i. l
session of Congress ft.r
to take up the MiLtio.ippi f-l ..l
disaster and the pvcinti.Mn i, <
tion The t.toner i'i"'r 11" i.
discussed and arian.m'el hl, 1it ft.
The Aimeritan I tonl ts' .ti l it .p i.
have a great fatiilt\ f vf. tty'tv,, i
- ,even a twio hidlitn tldl. ilti0\1
and 7(il,iW.) pci,'jl V. i m l.,II
Twice in u<.th %si.
fliers have cr
one "hlP," I1 in hctl ,i flvot ,
Pa iiq, h l. vl, .li %,. \\ li Ih I \x n .
almost t, IBerlin
W hat will I lt taiv\ a,, a,\.,l
gent ll tI'I .1 v ivi'\\ :l>1th it fh .ir
th'oi, thlat ITh .a111 l.ni i l fi)
It', ltuni .i el o t1'hi, 4 tlil\ '"
Out of two attempts It fly acI4'ss
the m ean by American fliett, hith
W lha w uhli heI ti h p ... ,l' I .
perv,'it.l o f s,, ,, *,. ( i i, th. n
e il\q- h ft .i I "' l' i .1n1. ih ,lI i.
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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"The Big Store With Little Prices"
AItTOMOBIRIB ROAD MAP of Alabama.
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NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA
Friday, Jaun 24, 1927
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-
Don't Tie Up All Your Money-Let
Us Hold Your Reserve
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FERNANDINA
WANTED-Shark Fins and Ter-
rapins. Mee May Jan Co. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Haddock and
son Fleming, of Kings Ferry, spent
M1ondavy here on business.
WANTED-An unfurnished lower
floor room for storage of furniture.
Box 77;76, Fernandina, Fla. tf
WANTED)-Hickory and Ash logs.
Brown Bros. Co., Gainesville, Flor-
idn. 6-24 to 7-8
Ice Cream delivered anywhere in
the city. 11. 0. Livingstone, phone
Mrs. C. W. Lasserre and little son
Charles, have returned from Atlanta,
Ga.. where they went last week.
Furnished apartment down stairs.
Green Tree Inn. corner Cedar and
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hood have re-
turned to their home in town after
a short stay at the beach.
FOR RENT-Four room cottage
with bath. Tenth street. Mrs. S.
Judge and Mrs. J. B. Stewart and
family have moved out to the beach
for a two-week's sojourn in the
Mrs. R. II. Hildreth and daughter.
Miss Laura, were visitors in Jackson-
Miss Juanita Haddock, of KiI..zs
Ferry. spent last week here visitihiu
her grandmother. Mrs. II. 1I. lla.d-
FOR SAl\F:--1l25' Ohlsmobilh. Se-
dan. $200 cash. Five good tires, car
in first class condition. Aptily at
Acosta's Market. lPhone 10:'.
Miss Theresa lieckel returned
Tuesday from a month's visit with
her sister. Mrs. J. A. Crooks. in Jack-
The Jones-Elder Furniture & Stor-
age Co.. Inc.. will move you or store
your household goods. Rates excelp-
titionally reasonable. ;-:21
Paul Messick. of St. A urnistinii,
.after a trip to Savannah, (Gat.. r turn-
ed to the city yesterday for .-veral
RIt. II. (Gre.igory, o(f Yulhe. rec, ntly
api)ointei d agricultural and indul -'ril
enumertlror, spent several day hlere
this week on off icial business.
Messrs. (. LI. amd John Bryce anrd
families, otif lirveville, were in tiie
o city vt-sterday to attemil tlit. funieiral
FOR RENT-Cottage opposite the of Miss Mary Smith.
Keystone Hotel, all modern conven- -_o____
iences. Apply J. M. Adams, City. Mr. .IJoe Le Higgin)rioth:ami. f tl'.
---- Yuee section, was in the city "'Tlur-
Mrs. H. Schenk, of Georgetown, (day to attend the funeral (,f Miss
S. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. E., Mary Smith.
Woodward, this week. ---
o Mr. I,. A. Brooks. of Bacontmi.
Ice Cream delivered anywhere in ,(. ,s.. t tt ,.ek-en. | f vit is
the city. H. 0. Livingstone, phonesons, Messrs. W. M.. B. B. and lobit.
87. tf Brooks. and their families.
FOR RENT-A furnished bed-
room. Apply to Mrs. W. B. Baker,
corner of Sixth and Beech streets,. tf
Come down and listen to the new
Victor Records at the Jones-Elder
Furniture & Storage Co. 6-24
T. J. Shave, E. J. Roux, J. M. Roux
and C. Prewitt spent Wednesday inii
Porch Chairs, Swings, Rugs and
Sun Screens on sale at Jones-Elder
Furniture & Storage Co. 6-24
SMr. l.en Augustine, of Jackson--
ville. this week purchased thlie ,,iiiid-
ing oc(Cupied by the California IFruit
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Masters andl
children., of Elkton. Fla.. spent the
week-end here with relatives. They
Welre ac'icomlpan)ied home biy Misses
Mildred and Leoitine Beugnet.
1.r' and Mrs. L.oiis Gohlstein andI
Mr. andl Mr. ('Carl F. Borges :lnd
daugliter Grace. spent Sunday with
Mrs. Borges' sister and family inf
FOR RENT-Downstairs light- o--
house keeping apartment. Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Morrow :an.
C. Goodbread, cor. 5th and Ash. tf children .of Jacksonville, spent th,'.
o 0week-end here as the guests 4,f Mrs.
Mr. Edwin Braddock and son, Roy, Miorotw's mother, Mrs. Amina Nagel.
of the Lessie section, were in the city and family.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sadler re'turn-
et-t from their winter home at w\ ->
At Oi Olivoo
'b L~aw13 of
Horsey's Drug Store
THE REXALL STORE
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
= Palm each this week. where thi y
Shave been spending several ,ek -.
SMrs. Sadler leaves today for a visit to
her mother in Washington, II. 4'.
The Story of Lindliurg, the l.,,io.
SEagle, off tie press in a tfew ,lys.
Orders filed in rotation. Get yours
in early. $1.50(1 per opy. )Di-tribiu-
tor' Marquette, I,. x 2,S7. F'ernan -
dina, Fla. It
Mr. and Mrs. Allert Rogero, and
==:daughter. Miss Louise. of Melbourne.
SFla., spent tl e week-end her,. with
AlMrs. Roger's )brot her-inla w arndi
'sister. Mr. and Mlrs. Frank liern:iin-
Nicholson'l froii l i:irl. w ill I. in
IFernandina S:atrdnay nmorni:g at :.
-io'clock with \c <''tabh- f,.r aleh. Will
b)e found at tllie hi ..1f Mr'. T.
Mr. and. Mr-. II .1. .M t'allium. .f
S.Jacksonville, can .. ',.'4 r oin Thur--
y= da of l:1-it wek :iiil -['mt thi e d:y
;O'lndt iiilt at their -. niiii,.r h,.m, it
Amelia: rcetirll g 10.11w. itxt L;.v.
.Mrs. Mc(':iltim'' n iit r. Mri-. t M:,r
Scott. return li to .lat k-. 1 ,\llt \ b l
i them fr ;a e-itt.
Mi.s BIirdie Woo-d andl mnit!,r.
Mr!. lHarriet (;. od,. iandl N s
S Beutlah ehugne.t returnird hiiitt r
Thtizr lay t'rom a en-day tr t d.,'.rti
the ltKa-t (Coast to Miamii. IDania :I!d
other point-. They uvre at ,i..m '.:-
Sed h,,me by .luii- Kinyl ,f l ;In .
i w iill make a -h rt i-t, her,. t.r .-
til l ii piarerit-. Mr. :ni: Mrs. t i. 1 '.
King. arr:'e, f,-r !.ir r, ari;ar ...-
while in ioffiice as reasons for return-1
nifg lin ti the g\overnotr's chair.
Simplex, the one piece piston ring
with side expansion, embodying all1
the good points of multiple rings
without their faults. Positive re-
sults given--not merely promised.
Distributed by l)avenport-Brooks
Corporation, phoite 91.
Mr. a,,,i Mrs. .1. W. Jackson. of
ayv)ros.-. ;a.,. stored to Fernan-
dina Sunday. 11. 1. Brooks. who spent
the week there. accompanying them.
:Mr. Brooks remained here for a few
days. returning to Waycross this
FOR RENT-A comfortable do)..!- Mrs. F. II. Hohbein and daughter.;
stairs furnished apartment, centrally Miss Dorothy, have returned from a:
located. Address this office. visit with the former's sister, Mrs.1
o-- ; Roswell Matthews. at St. Petersburg.
FOUND-ONE cheap watch. Ovtn- M lr. ami Mrs. Mathews and baby re-
er may have same by calling at ti is turned with them for a visit here.
office and paying 25c for this adv. ----o
0o h Tn. many friends of Mr. W. J.
SFresh Fruits and Vegetable's :are ILohnian. who has been in feeble
always toh be found at our store. kept health for some time past, will be
in the most sanitary manner. Barns sorry to learn that he suffered an-
New Market and Grocery. other baut spell this week and is in a
|o-- ve\ry 'critical condition.
Parrish, the Photographer. main- o
tains a Free Clinic for Crippld Sin:plex. the one piece piston ring
Kodaks and gives 24-hour service on with side expansion, embodying all
Kodak Finishing. tf the gPood points of multiple rings
0---- without their faults. Positive re-
Roy Mann, of Orlando. Fla.. came suits given-not merely promised.
'last Thursday and is spending the distributed by Davenport-Brooks
week here with Tom HernanidLz and Corporation, phone 91.
mother Mrs. Hattie llerniami.z.
----- Eix-(overno,r Sidney J. Catts was
Send your dyeing and cleaning to in the city last Saturday in the inter-
Rogers & Jones, 611 Main street, est of his candidacy for gubernatorial
Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay parcel honors. Mr. Catts distributed circu-
postage on returning. lars setting forth what he had done
Rev. Father Thomas (;. Jones of
St. Miichetal's Catholic Church, re-,
turned home from a two-weeks' :lb-
selce ., \..v Yrk last Friday. where SHIPPING NEWS
he went to bid his sister. Miss Mary ----
o ites. goo d-live4 on her trip to Ire-' The Bailey-Davis Co.. Inc.. tieam- I
land. ship agents, report the folluimng re- ;
o j cent movements of vessel! I:lading c
Simplex, the one piece piston ring phosphate rock at the Port of Fer- ion
with side expansion, embodying all nandina:
the good points of multiple rings Friday ,June 17th, the i, tor ves- tail
without their faults. Positive re- sOl Wulsty Castle, Capt. K. l.ennie, a.
suits given rnot merely promised. sailed for l)Danzig with :il:.1 tuns uof
Distributed by Davenport-Brooks phosphate. a.
Corporation. phone 91. Saturday. June Isth. the British
---- o----steamship Woodfield. ( apt. I'. l)ya-
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Matliison, of son, sailed for iHamburg with 2500)t
Vero Beach. who were in attendance tons of phosphate.th
upon the annual conference of the Wednesday, June 22nd. the Ameri-
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. can steamship West M:ahoinet. ('apt. vit
at Jacksonville last week, spent sev- ). Manning, sailed for Stelin, Ger-
ST. PETER'S CHURCH
Rev. Harris Mallinckrodt, rector.
Second Sunday after Trinity.
Celebration of the Holy Conmmn-
, 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school and meeting of Cap-
n T. B. Lasserre's Bible ('la-. 1it
Morning service and sr.riin. I 1
Evening service and sermoni. p.
Wednesday, Litany and addr.- ,tni
e Holy Scriptures, 8 p. m.
I'ews free. All are cordially in
ed to attend.
eral days here the fore part of this many. EVANGELISTIC BROTHERHOOD
week visiting their daughter, Mr. F.
II. Sahlnian. and family. The Panama ('anal was impossible The First BEvangelistic Brotherho aiof
0 until mosquitoes were killed. Enough tt' llrst Baptis hurch t F hsus-
Simplex, the one piece piston ring mosquitoes to infest a whole neigh- dina will conduct services at fphesus
with side expansion, embodying all borhood can breed in an ordinary tin Baptist Church next Sunday after
I\noon at 3:3U0 p. .a. Team catitin,.P
the good points of multiple rings can. Mosquitoes spread disease. ',C Haddock. Speakers. S. 11. Swaa t
without their faults. Positive re- They must be killed. health authori- i. Haddk Sp.akier. A. W -aw ,
sutlts givien-not merely promised. ties advocate Fly-Tox. Fly-Tox is S"'ng leader, ani .h J-ock.
D)i.stributed by D)avenport-Brooks the scientific insecticide developed at Song leader, (. Haddock
Corporation, phone 91. Mellon Institute of Industrial Re-
S----- search by Rex Fellowship. Insist on TO THE PUBLIC
Rev. J. E. Woodward and family Ply-T'ox. It is safe, stainless, frag- O
returned from nJacksonville Monday, rant, sure. Simple instructions on ()n the Ist day dof July I will hI-
xhere. the former ihad been attending each bottle (blue label) for killing!"' the city to dog first-class Laundru
ann:iual conference of the Methodist ALL household insects. Easy to se.Work. Cleaning and Pressing, at my
Episcopal Church, South. Mr. Wood- 0 home, corner of Seventh and Calhuuti
wald was returned to the Fcrnan- o-streets. Good work guaranteed.
dina charge, having been pastor of! Mr. and Mrs. Alexander A. Miller (;ive me a trial.
tlie Memorial Methodist Church for are receiving congratulations over, Respectfully,
tlhe past year and a hlf. the arrival at their home of a fine BEN DELESTY.
0-- _____ boy, the young man being born last
We respectfully call the attention Saturday, June 18th. He has been CARD OF THANKS
,f o ,,i r :ni.rs. to the ad:lv,.rtise.m,ent named Alexander Augustus III. HisC
on page .5 of this issue, ,of the Fair-
ianks M.1orse I)itsel. engines for ma-
rine service, in the 20, :o0 and -10 h. p.
sizes. They have all the latest im-
provements t)o i found oin engines
f ibi- k.n :l and have proven ver'.
satisfactory to those who have used
them. N. A. Hardee is the local
Mrs..I. ('. (gilie, (of (Callahan. is
visiting therr brothers, N. A. and I. W.
Ilarder., and families and Mrs. Ella
Ilardee :iiml family. while Mr. Ogil-
vie is awiay on 1i month's vacation inl
Seattle, \VW h. Mr. Ogilvie was one,
of the ten iniraince agents of Fl,,r-
ida to win the trip through their oi
e'rgy in selling i policies to an atggr '
.ate of a quarter of a million dolli:
ftr his company.
Let us do your printing.
Renew Your Health
Any phy'i.ian will tell you that
'Perfect lPurification of the System
Nature's Foundation of Perfect
hettith." Why niot rid yourself of
hrniati aili-ints that are undermin-
rg .\our vitality? Purify your en-
tir system by taking a thorough
CODus, of Calotabs.- once or twice a
w ck for several weeks-and see how
Nature r-.wards you with health.
(alotabh are the greatest of all
sy.sten purifiers. Get a family pack-
age. containing full directions. Only
35 cts. At any drug store. (Adv.)
In I MPrerrlp|lon for
Malaria, Chills and Fever
l)engue or Bilious Fever.
It kill thLe rrmn.
father has been api h ted at'itic in- We .wish to !7ank all those who
structir for the FIernmandina i igh sympathized with us and assisted us
School and will assume his duties during our recent bereavement, and
when school opens in the fall. Mr. epecially all wh, contributed the
Miller is an all-r-uml athlete, having many beautiful flral offerings.
had charge of the athle ic department Mrs. John Bryce :. ,l Brothers.
of the lakeland High school and
several othir schools in South Flor-
ida. CAKE SALE
ANOTHER PIANO SACRIFICE
Due to inability to keep up pay-
nint. we have hadl a high gradt*
piano, in the best of condition, turn-
ed back to 1u. This ini trument we,
can sell for a rar,- bargain. giving
terms tio resp.-on-ibleilt part ies. For
full ,-articular-. addre-- I.udnidti &
Bates. Atlanta, a. It
'The Adult Missionary Society tiof
the Memorial Methodit Church will
hold a cake sale on Saturday after-
nooni. July 2nd. Further notice next
You like to live in a prosperous
town. Prosperity, like charity, be-
gins at home. Every dollar you spend
out of town is a check on your town's
prosperity. Trade at home.
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 Bake-Rite
wrapper are quality Home Products. Insist on
BAKE- RITE BAKERY
Through Your Grocer or Direct from Bakery
Per Set lW-Ti'iTVI' A ('AIThT('Hpvihr ~;il7pr Pintpd- I1 0 1 1 k mlAIA3%
We have assembled for tAis
occasion a larye variety of
suiftable ifts in Sterliny
flat-wars, Crysta / and
China, yoods that appeal
a n d a r w practical. T A
latest creations of the
Siuw us the opportunity of