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)
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Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: July 1, 1927
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00047
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X86" COVty L-eder. Est. 1912 1 Dec. it. 1920




The question is often asked iy
those who do not contribute to t ie
support of the Chamber of Col n-
merce, and sometimes by those %wo!
do contribute, "What is the Cham-b'r
of Commerce doing for Fernandina
and its people?"
The activities of this organization,
extending over a period of there
years, have been varied and are too
numerous to detail in a short state-
ment of this kind. 'We only wish to
call attention to some of the recent
things that have been accomplished
through the efforts of this organiza-
During the session of the Legisla-
ture just closed a bill'was introduced
and was apparently booked for pas-
sage, which might have been of very
serious harm to Fernandina receivers
and shippers of merchandise. The
bill was known as the Railroad Cut-
off bill and provided, in substance,
that where a railroad has, or shall
build a shorter line between two
points than formerly existed, it shall
be permitted to charge rates over the
shorter line based on the mileage ap-
plicable over the longer route. The
avowed purpose of this bill was to en-
courage the straightening of the pres-
ent railroad lines of the State and
the building of new short lines. On
the face of it, it seemed like a very
innocent bill. The Chamber of Com-
merce was advised by the Florida
Railroad Commission Rate Expert
that a bill of vital importance to Fer-
nandina was about to be passed by
the Legislature and the Chamber of
Commerce sent a representative to
Tallahassee to investigate the mat-
ter. An examination of the bill which
had already been drafted showed that
if passed as it was drafted, the freight
rates into Fernandina which are now
based on the shabort milAl mro k-
. la* YuletoulBtO li
be alm) doubled and that it would
bepomble under this bill to charge
mileage from Jacksonville to Fer-
nandina over the long route via Bald-
win. It is impossible to estimate just
how much this increase in freight
rates would have amounted to in the
course of a year but when it is re-
membered that practically everything
used in Fernandina is shipped in by
rail it is easy to understand that an
increase of approximately twice the
amount of freight now paid would
be a very serious handicap to our
people. Through its efforts the
Chamber of Commerce was success-
ful in defeating the bill in its origin-
al form and having it re-drafted to
apply only to short lines built since
January, 1925.
About three months ago, the
Chamber of Commerce was notified
by officials of the S. A. L Ry. that
because of the very light passenger
travel on the train between Fernan-
dina and Jacksonville that one of
these trains would be taken off and
the crew tied up in Jacksonville. This
would have meant the removal from
Fernandina of all employees of the
S. A. L. Ry. connected with the pas-
senger train amid would mean that
we would have only one passenger
train per day. Ti,. Chamber of
Commerce served notice on the offi-
cials of the S. A. 1.. that they would
fight any arrangen,,nt of this kind,
and asked the Florida Railroad Com-
mission for hearing in the matter.
The question of Lh:i\ ing the through
train of the .'aboard stop at YuleE
for passenger- for the North and foi
passengers frnm tlhe North to Fernan.
dina was alo *' kenii up with Seaboard
officials adi :ih,. ('chamber of Corn
merce stood nfir: in the position thai
the citizens ,.f Fernandina were en
titled to. at itst. the same consider
action as the citizens of Brunswick
Ga., whto,.t with Seaboard al
Thalman. <;:. After many confer
ences and l. .,hy correspondence ii
the mathtr. 'h,, Chamber of Corn
merce w.s f:,lly able to secure
most satlisfai, ,,ry arrangement as ti
the pai.s',.,e.r train schedule, botl
from lernaidiia t, Yulee and fron
Yulee to pinit.s north and south. /

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High and low tides predicted for
the Port of Fernandina at the foot of
DeSoto street for the week beginning
Saturday, July 2nd. and ending Fri-
day, July Sth:
Saturday, July 2nd-High, 10:48
a. m., 11:02 p. m.; low, 4:43 a. m.,
4:49 p. m.
Sunday. July 3rd-High, 11:33 a.
m., 11:45 p. m.; low, 5:26 a. m.,
5:35! p. m.
Monday, July 4th-High, 12:18 p.
m.; low, 6:10 a. m.. 6:24 p. m.
Tuesday, July 5th-High, 0:27 a.
m., 1:04 p. m.; low, 6:56 a. m.,
7:17 p. m.
Wednesday. July 6th-High, 1:11
a. m., 1:52 'p. m.; low, 7:43 a. m.,
8:12 p. m.
Thursday, July 7th-High, 1:59 a.
m., 2:46 p. m.; low, 8:31 a. m.,
9:07 p. m.
Friday, July 8th-High, 2:51 a.
m., 3:40 p. m.; low, 9:18 a. m.,
10:01 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


Preparations are under way.-for a
big celebraof at Feman a.Beach


new timn.e tll ill shortly be pub
listed whith will provide that all 01
the through train, of the Seaboar
will stop at Yul.e for passenger
north of Saanniah and Richmond and
for pas.-ngr, from points north to
Fernanti1;. It has also been promise
ed that the. ret-nt crew of the Sea
board ill1 rniail at Fernandina and
that con..,,,, wll be made with l
regular trar ping at ulee b
this train, n-r the proposed ar
rangemert th e mail which is now
brought ii,,tw.,-. one and tw
W'clock w l arrive at 11 :25 n '



Volume 40-Number 31



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Here is a most appropriate Zi'ft for tihe new bride's
new home. Reliable S-day $ 85
comes in hand-rubbed, nmahpga y finish $Q85
case, with Cathedral gong.4

The above and all goods which have been or will
be advertised in this space are first quality, though
the prices are special, and, boldl .ood for one week
and longer on some items.


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lrurgg st


Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Weimar, who SHRIMP BOAT WED. A. MI. MONEY TO BUY MOONSHINE as
have the beach concessions, will have _------- C
ample accommodations at the casino A disastrous explosion occurred ofi William Weaver, of Baxl'y, Ca.. fu
to take care of all those who wish to board the shrimp boat Maria Con- who rented :a room from (is l)avis, n
take a dip in the surf. A six-piece cetti, owned by Charles Bassetta andl Sixth and Cedar stirels. got into
orchestra from Jacksonville will pro- manned by Sam K. Jones and Wilker trouble Monday thrliigh iapprtopriat- z
vide the music for those who wish to Crews, about 10 o'clock Wednesday ing Mr. Davi-' aluminum ware and zr
dance in the afternoon and evening, morning as the boat was returning his supply of iroceries. Nitlit Pa-
and the best sea food dinners to be from a fishing trip. As the boat trolman J. \. Skipper had been a
found in the State, prepared by the neared the jetties a terrific explo-Awatching Weaver for several days,
chef of chefs, Gus Smith, will be sion occurred in the engine room a %'his actions arousing suspicion, and (
served at reasonable prices through-Ia flame of fire enveloped the boat following 1iin, up found that the man d
out the afternoon and evening. Am- the scattered gasoline and oil becameowas stealing the aluminum ware and
pie parking space is assured, as a ignited. The boat sank and was :a groceries and selling same in order e
portion of the new concrete parking total loss. to raise money to buy shine with. t
space recently contracted to C. R. Sam K. Jones, although badly Policeman Skipper states that Wea- r
Elliott by the city, will be open. burned, managed to swim to th, ver bought Sternio or canned heat a
In the afternoon a double-header north jetty and was picked up an1l :nd used that :and as in a bad way a
baseball game will be played be-1 brought to town by a passing shrinir ,from the effects of th :., tween Fernandina and Callahan, boat, as was also Wilker Crews, wh,, cohol when arrested. 1 irh pie o
"Speed" Harvey being on the firing was fast being borne to sea by thn the ware wenr r.c,\eied from a col-
line in the first game and D. A. Kelly, swift tide that was running at thlt ,ored man and a fisherman to whom I
Jr., will toss them over in the see- time. Jones is in a very critical c' 1 Weaver had ,h.l it.
ond game for Fernandina. edition, but was resting easy after ; Weaver w; paced in jail to await
All stores and business houses will burns had been dressed by a ply trial before .Iudlge 1I. V- Burgess,
close for half a day. sician. The Crews boy was uninjitr- who tried him T'uesday on a charge
Bring the whole family and come ed, except a bad shock to his ner, .- of petit larceny. wea'er pltad guil-
to Fernandina next Monday and e,- Prinee, a black and white bird 4.1- ty and got sixty days in the gang.
joy a day at the beach. belonging to M. C. Moore, who seen -
to have been a regular passenger t'" CAKE SALE
the boat's fishing trips, was b:i> -----
FERNANDINA PLANT scorched by the explosion, but s The Adult Missionary Society of
MOVES TO DARIEN, GA. ashore and seemed ready for anot'' the Memorial Methodist Church will
trip. hold a cake sale on Saturday after-
The South Atlantic Canning Co,.. noon, July 2nd, in front of Allan's
of Fernandina, Fla., has closed a CITY PRIMARY ON JULY 19TH store.
long time lease on the canning fa PRIMARY ON JUL
tory belonging to the Sea Island he Leader was in error last $5.00 REWARD
ners, Inc., at Darien and will rem., in regard to the date of the city
,,1,uhiW lldusinesu I'. rt...wi .n ,A of 95 for

Lhtir shuimp iU g u.u.'.wn pa U
Fernandina to -Darien right .. nary, when we stated that the rl,
Mr S. R. Morrow, of Fernandi a. tin would be held on the 20th.
president of the company, will shouldd have read July 19th. ':aI l
his familydent of the companyswick, willhere they dates may qualify ten days prior t,
his family to Brunswick, where t .ly the primary.
will reside in the future. primary.
The plant will be put in opera- ,
tion as soon as possible and the ,- jon-: 1.-:.IIII llII
tire output shipped through Brur.t s
wick. The plant is a large one and
will add considerably to the business | H O
of Darien.-Brunswick (Ga.) il,,tT W
June 24th. -
The above will be read with re,-ret
by Mr. Merrow's many friends hre,
who trust that his residence in ;eor-- CALL
gia will be only temporary, as hie is
a member of the Fernandina t':ty ,
Commission and is one of our ,.st C d d
citizens. I

NOTICE and Ice

Notice is hereby given that City
Registration Book will be opened |
and kept open by the City Auditor GET T
and Clerk at his office in the City

Hall from nine o'clock a. m. until
twelve o'clock m., and from two
o'clock p. m. until five o'clock p. m.
from the 1st day of June until the
1st day of July, 1927, Sundays ex-


1. The Hands of the Cause of
(;,d is to be a body of tried teachers
and servants of the Cause, severed
from the world, elevated to this sta-
-tn Iby appointment by the Guardian,
iirl chosen by him because of spiritu-
al piicies and noble characteristics.
Of the Hands of the Cause of God
'Abdu'l-Baha writes in his Will as
0 friends! The Hands of the
Cause of God must be nominated and
appointed by the Guardian of the
SCause of God. The obligation of the
I Hands of the Cause of God is to dif-
Ifuse t he divine fragrances, to edify
ithe .suls of men and to be, at all
tinmes and under all circumstances,
sanctified and detached from earthly
thinis. They must manifest the fear
iof God by their conduct, their man-
rners, their deeds and their words.
This body of the Hands of the
jCause of God is under the direction
of the Guardian of the Cause of God.
Hei must continually urge them to
Strive and endeavor to the utmost
lof their ability to diffuse the sweet
Savors of God, and to guide all the
people of the world, for it is the light
of divine guidance that causes all the
universe to be illumined.
2. A series of spiritual assemb-
lies. local and national, with one in-
ternational assembly are to be es-
tablished. The local spiritual as-
semblies in each Baha'i community,
elected by the people, have charge of
local Baha'i activities. The Nation-
al Spiritual Assembly, elected by re-
presentatives of the people in each
country, is above the local assemb-
lies and has charge of the general af-
fairs which pertain to the Baha'i
activities in that land. The Univer-
sal or International Spiritual Assemb-
ly,& members of which are select-




he following ifi,,rmantioin ives
present status ,.i the City of l'er-
dina in regard i, its hniided de(t
special fund receivil from the
of its plant Son>. it',ms :ae

approximate, as the \\iw k is n-*t y't
completed and tI : exact co.:t c:a:.ot
be determined uniil xwork i:. .-nm-
City bonds, fac. vilue. $2 17.000.-
00; premium. $1.57>.;.>.5; accrued
interest, $4,217.07. Total paid for
city bonds, $266.77 1.02.
Nassau county loiils brought face
value, $63.000.011; prmium, $4.105.-
50; accrued, $1.028.98.
Total paid for Nas.-,au county bonds,


Attorney fee<' for sale of plants.
$1,125.00; final payment for Diesel
engines, $41,550.00: notes for 192-1
street paving, held by First National
Bank, $10,812.70; electric pumps for
water works at Casino, $325.00;
base ball grandl stand. $1.500.00;
improving Elm street to new colored
s c h o o l, $1.5 1.60; miscellaneous
items, $516.4;1.
Pledged, But Not Yet Spent



Ready Shoghi Effedlt has inaugur-
ted a system of local md national
assemblies, and the friends of the
cause are now looking toward his
future work in the further develop-
nent of these spiritual institutions
whichh are at the head of the organi-
ation of the Cause. Of the organi-
ation of these spiritual assemblies
Abdu'-Baha wrote in his testament
s follows:
And now, concerning the Assembly
Baytu'l-'Adl) which God hath or-
lained as the source of all good and
reed from all error, it must be elect-
ed by universal suffrage, that is by
he believers. Its members must be
manifestations of the fear of God,
nd the day-springs of knowledge
and understanding, must he stead-
fast in God's faith, and the well wish-
ers of all mankind.-Adv.







The Ku Klux Klan Parade last
night was probably the biggest af-
fair of its kind ever held in Fernan-
dina. About two weeks ago permis-
sion was asked of the city authorities
to stage the parade, which was grant-
ed. Klansmen from all sections of
Nassau county and adjoining coun-
ties gathered at the beach early in
the day and a sea food dinner was
serte.d them at the beach casino.
The parade was scheduled at 8:00 p.
m., but like all affairs of this kind,
was a little late. The line formed at
the beach and proceeded to the city,
trave.rsine' several of the principal

we W pay a reUiwari q y vi0 ----9 -
the arrest and conviction of the per- streets, passing along Center street
-on stealing electric light bulbs from on its way back to the casino, where
;n front of our store. CALIFORNIA the speaking was scheduled. Every-
FRUIT STORE. tf thing was orderly and the Klansmen
attracted many people down town
1011111i a witness their parade. 200 cars par-
IE ticipating in it.

Lumelia Thomas, colored, was up
before Judge H. V. Burgess on Mon-
day, charged with possessing liquor,
S FOR and was released under a bond of
9 $200 to appear at the next term of
aD 1 W. D. Weaver, a white man, was al-
r in s so before the county judge, charged
with petit larceny. Hlie plead guilty
S( rea m l and was sentenced to 60 days in the
rai gang.


Waas' Drug Store
ka.. stmgae Accnmailatirn"


At the solicitation of my friends,
I have decided to announce my can-
diacy for the office 'f City Commis-
sioner, subject to the action of the
primary lpetinn to be held on Tues-

Triple combination fire depart-
ent truck, $12,500.00; sidewalk,
south side Central park, $1,400.00;
each parking area, estimated, $7.-
00.00; Second street flood gates
itimated, $4,800.00; street markers,
itimated, $1,100.00; water main ex-
ensions estimated, $900.00; shell for
reet repairs estimated, $500.00;
extension to Center street storm
rain estimated, $400.00. Total
pent or pledged, $421l462.44.
mount received from sale of plants,
450,000.00. Special plant funds,
ash available, $28,537.56. Interest
,ue & 1.. ht1a9o.-
vailable, $87,147.25. Total cash
available for improvement or invest-
sent, $117,574.81.
City bonds outstanding, January 1,
345,000.00; purchased since Jan-
ary 1, $247,000.00. City bonds
outstanding now, $98,000.00. To
ffset above outstanding bonds, city
as county bonds, $63.000.00; due
ity on special assessment liens, $44,-
00.00. Assets to offset outstanding
ionds, $107,000.00.
City Bonds Outstanding
Issue 1913-43, rate 5 per cent,
amount $28,000.00; issue 1922-52,
rate 4; per cent, amount $25,000.00;
ssue 19126-56, rate 6 per cent,
amount $45,000.00. Total, $98.000.
The largest paving program that
has any appreciable support would
cost the city, at 1-3 the entire cost
plus drainage, not more than $65,-
1)00.00. Such a paving program
would ct the property owners about
as f,,lows for 100 feet frontage:
Width and Kind of Pavement
21 f.-.t wide, brick asphalt filler
$3440.00; lime rock base and rock as-
phalt itl $295.00. 32 feet wide,
brick a-phlalt filler $455.00; lime
rock a-v, and rock asphalt top $390.-
00. -t1 f*..t widh', brick asphalt filler
$570.oil; lime rock base and rock
asphalt t p $4900.j.
Shul.t' >u-h a paving program be
put thri'II the city would have cost
availal.i.- fr other improvements or
for im. *',nit after paying its pro-
portin pavini cost about $52,-
0.0, and this would be avail-
able v.' t disturbing the city as-
sets a! ', ntio,.rd, which are used
to ff' -tanridrig bonds. If the
city 'ct t,, do no paving at
all, ia. I d ini..t its available
cash t $ 117.00.o in bonds
yield :" 'Pr ce.nt. it would
realize. lly in about
$6,50 ,. .. which is equivalentt to
about Is or present city valua-
tions. r se this inco nme of $6,-
500.40 .;:tr could be u ed in giv-
ing th. 'A' more and better ser-
Vice, ,I ..uld be us.d to reduce
city ta. .' about 2' frills, which
mean A tin of l per cent in
city t%'

A r
paid '
arrc, '
or prr-
road '


of Ten Iollars will be
f. rmation leading to the
', nviction of any person
-"ho unlawfully inutilate..
-r damages any of the
w ay signs along county
".rssau county.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners.

L(o:T lil folder continuing lodge
rece 't other Paper. Lost at
beach 'I .,r- ay. night. Pl"i-.e return
1 A l;- a



FREW- 0- -75 --I;T- -- I. -= -__ Aft






Friday, July 1. 1927



"Say, who knows how to do the
'Black Bottom'?" yelled an exas-
perated director at the Cosmopoli-
tan Studio, during the production
of Robert Kane's new comedy, "High
Hat," at the Rex Friday.
For two hours shooting had been
delayed while several bit players
vainly tried to rehearse the intri-
cate shuffle and tap of the latest
Broadway dance.
The violinist in the two-piece
studio orchestra stopped playing and
walked over to the director. He was
a little man. about five feet two,
wiry and swartl!y in complexion.
"I've seen it done a lot in the
cabarets w here I play at night"
he ventured "and I might be able
to show sonionie how."
And so for th-. next half hour
Richard Princiipale, Italian musician,
from Sao Paul., Brazil, tried to tutor
one of the cast in the steps.
But Jim ('reelman, the director,
wasn't satisfied w;th the pupil's per-
"You do it so much better your-
self." he said to Principale, "I think
I'll use you in the scene."
And thus was another movie career
launched f.or the little violinist got so
many laughs in the scene, in which he
bumped M;ary Brian all over the floor,
that he wVat kept right through the
picture atii his role developed into
one of pr 'pnitience.
Prineri .', i back with his violin
now in !'. KKane picture is at pres-
ent m1.:!t.' "Broadway Nights."
But J,,. l:,,yie. who saw the violin-
ist's :'il: ,,n the screen, is trying
to f; drama of Manhattan's theatre and
night c(lu .

The <.li newspapers tell how our
grandfati.r, used to get together on
July Fourtih, and listen to solemn
orations the glory of our institu-
tions. N, wadays we quit the lecture
halls and g. out motoring or to th
ball ga.. ,,r golf links.
But t" American people have not
forgotten hllat July Fourth means to
them. If 'he legislators proposed to
abolish it a holiday, they might as
wall at,? ......_ .&


Harry Langdon, First National
comedy king, is due to arrive at the
Rex Theatre next Monday in his first
feature length comedy, "Tramp,
Tramp, Tramp."
With this picture the noted com-
edian steps into the super-comedy
class of Charlie Chaplin and liar-
old Lloyd. Under the terms of his
recent contrast with First National
he is to appear in a series of fea-
ture length comedies.
The story of "Tramp, Tramp,
Tramp," is an original with Lang-
don and one which he was had in
mind for some time. It deals with
a cross-country walking race.
One of the numerous exciting and
diverting episodes in "Tramp, Tramp,
Tramp," is a realistic cyclone scene.
An entire township is blown to bits
by this wind storm. During the tak-
ing of the scenes the movie camera-
men had to be 'anchored" to trees
and posts to prevent being blown
Joan Crawford plays opposite the
comedian. Others in the cast are
Tom Murray, Alec Francis, Ed-
wards Davis and Brooks Benedict.


Many of our leading statesmen and
philosophers have been fond of fish-
ing, so President Coolidge has dis-
tinguished company when he puts on
his wading boots and gets after the
trout of the Black Hills. Innumer-
able men have felt better able to
solve their problems after a bout with
the keen witted denizens of the trout
The human mind was not so built
that it can effectively pursue one
line of thought all the time. Like the
cells of your automobile battery, it
goes flat if you are drawing current
all the time from it without some
kind of recharging process. Out a-
mid the recuperative forces of nature
along the streams, the thought cur-
rent flows in again.

The children are taught how to
sing the scale, but as they grow up
they find that the scale of prices is
higher than their pocketbooks can
sing up to.


The prosperity of the Ainmrican i'e,,pi, mie.l not think that because
people depends not merely 4n ,i ,hat ;l ..ii>i-ip[i valley flood is going
they earn, but it depends :i> 1micici ,t, \\ai k tid wat terms receding from i
on what they save. And their ::,ility the I l.etr piart of the inundated t
to save money and get the thiinrw liat territory. t lhat tihe need for help has
they need, depends very in,, h on ai:ised. Tlhe.r must he tens of thou-<
whether their purchasing is doi,. with a:nd.s if ianili's that are in a very
judgment or not. A great mim.\ ptei- hLard pisit iin. They return to find
pie on large incomes can 1nt' .avi hli< ir hliii,> swept away or very seri-m
anything out of themi.. They i noti1 .-11 ly dlniiii-tr'l., their live stock and!
use their nioney wisely. Aii maniiy ii inninii largely gone. Many of l
who have moderate iincomesi :ir ablh' lit will vii \e ti start all over again. 1
to save money and :iacl(qire .apital. \lanyii of ilm l1wl dlot owed money
because they .study the lpriI'I.m of .fre,. lil thlir pi.ition is far more
making purchases. difficultt iow.
Shall people buy their hlioi. and All tlhe money that can be con- i
personal supplies in their ionyi. 'riutedl t. hIel) tihein will be needed.
stores, or somewhere else? When Ii'lhiiuatiiui ain thousands of families
they buy of their home stori'-. they ius1t still be destitute and discour-
buy of people who make their living :!ged. and they need the helping hand.
by securing the patronage of regular 'The' American people have con-
customers who come in constantly to 'ributed generously to this great dis-
attend to their needs at abliut the sister. but they should remember that
same places. ,,,thing like it has ever occurred in
If they buy elsewhere, they be- 'his country before.
ome ouw' h great army of 0< The need for financial accomoda-
casional buyers. The store pe..ple llon fnr these people is even greater
may never see such a customer agiin, ithn that for direct gifts of money
and they know it. It is difficult to lid suppliese. There are many fami-
think that they will take :i- mnitch lis who lar' willing to work and
pains with such a stranger ciiutomi r, ,many of whU11,i have already gone
as they would for their om\n ilholie hack to their liimesi, but have noi
folks. nioney with w\lii ih to begin farming
When you buy in your wni honi me 'I1rationls anew. Money should be
stores here in Fernaindini. ,.,li buy forthcoming to help these folks get
of people who know that thtiir husi- ia t'iw start.
ness depends upon pleasing ., a Iand I'hey need loans to provide them-
people like you. Your trahl, iist s'lves with farm tools, machinery,
be retained and your need- in be and stock, to take the place of the
given full satisfaction, or y, i -and property swept away by this raging
your friends will not cont ie a, ,. food. Also to clear away the debris
Furthermore these honi. -!,,re iof the overflow, and to get their
know just about the kind ,lf i(hin, hlii'es in condition to live itn again.
wanted and needed here, s. it h:,! thli Ti' business interests of the coun-
purchases made are more lii, i t,, try should see that it will be good
give satisfaction than if tIl w\ ir* policy for all sections to unite in
made somewhere else. ('litlir. ;nil putting the overflowed districts on
household stuff ought to la .i *..- theit' feet, or they will constitute a
and prove more desiralile i, if very sore spot ill the country's busi-
bought elsewhere, where ,ite ness situation.
likely will get stuff not jun -,.d Hlfl I HMMu Mg
to our conditions. (ie lc ,, i
feeling therefore, that peI',,,i. a MON HIN COMPANY
good stroke of business poli\. ,
they buy their stuff at hini .. Next Door to Chung Li
they are personally known I:.,; ,i Sing's Laundry
wants are well understood ,.._ 1 NEW ORIENTAL STORE
vided for.
S| Dishes, Vases, Flower Contain. -
The brides have been gettin ., ,.r ers, Fans of All Kinds, Silks,
showers, and after returriil .r l Teas and Other Goods
their honeymoons, a few frI, :,, E MODERATE
vegetable showers to use t. PRI .CES
on would be appropriate.
Come and See For Yourself!
Pull for Fernandina or pull 6 =ut. lmmimi _nn___.IIIIII
.uannnyttim~tqHn~^ ^

Perils o

T mmt be allofftwenty years wo '~m~-iw
gave me SyMP Pepsin~
Frw Am ,FeurmC ldscd W,&M~ 'C~
Plowtfime flieys. nohfhagnet w ibaIh
faathfuflyreled upon her Jwmtadhw v V
to my t"o cildreninca they wa born. It is m i* a nW&l
umed-kidm-eand mneva"failsof 16 I -. omww'i
(Nmad adksi..wA breast uponuupus.)
And in the Emn gof i0o
WI~a age cam a, Oupin, with
inagdedigesti onlPoor ad bood #ed, 4dona
JSwhm awdpatvundon its eailwarkina igbt.
Dr. CaidWmffs Syrup Peps irso" Ub I
wd inthe momanwksc W"S50Lsogoody, w
him* with old folks as to SO 11 CwOU


A salesman for the Cumberland
Liberty Mills of Jacksonville, who
handles the Fernandina territory for
that concern, was driving along South
Eighth street Tuesday afternoon,
thinking of nothing in particular ex-
cept the warm weather, and be-
comiing drowsy, fell asleep at the
wheel with the switch wide open.
Hlad there been no other traffic on
this street and the road been clear,
this story would probably not have
been written. But a colored man had
his Ford coupe parked near the corn-
er of Eighth and Hickory streets, and
on came Mr. Salesman in his Chevro-
let Roadster. A crash and the grind-
ing of steel against steel brought Mr.
Salesman to the land of really to
find himself in the midst of wreck-
age and blood gushing from a wound
in his nose. Officer Snellgrove was
soon on the scene and brought the
wounded man to a physician who
dressed the wound and sent him
back to his home in Jacksonville. As
he made arrangements to settle for
the damage to both cars, he was not
arrested. The damage will amount
to fully $105.

"Matt" Kimes, 22 year old bank
robber who stirred 'em up by his
boldness. He stole an automobile

Another misfortune befell a Jack- ia which a baby was sleeping-
sonville man the same afternoon, but returned it when discovered.
when a Hupmobile touring car was Then he took the Chief of Police
burned to a tangled mass of wreck- of Jennings Okla., at point of a
age on the beach, not a splinter of gun on a wild gh de, tied him
wood being left in the body of the 10 a tree a"nd ape.
car. IDollars spent at home return to
!the spender in better police protet-
Our subscription department is tion, better fire protection, better
still in a receptive mood. Schools and better churches.

Now look.for the "STANDARD"

name anid the "STANDARD"

trademark when buying

motor oil-


and familiar name guarantee you per-

fect motor lubrication. Our motor

oils are now sold under this brand.

Available everywhere-at our service

stations and dealers.




C\00130' of the., Seenl

PrEsident Coolidge Ashe with worm bait, itis sa id s catching
them over In S w Cr Blck Hills. S. Dak. Mrs. Co lidg in-
sisted upon sc'e, ng t ad wasn t It natural that the =t
show th.largest oe-e abow trout. I pound. 14 ounces? -




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Office First Floor Waas Building

Opposite Post Office

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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.
City Treasurer and Collector.
Manuscript covers, either blank or
printed. on salh at the Leader office.

Optometrist and Master
All Drrelfeta Velaom Sre fnt-l.
rally tC[rree4

Rev. Harris Mallinckrodt, rector.
Third Sunday after Trinity, cele-
bration of the Holy Communion and
sermon at church of the Good Shep-
herd, 9 a. m.
Sunday school and meeting of Cap-
tain T. B. Lasserre's Bible class,
10 a. m.
Celebration of the Holy Commun-
ion and service, 11 a. m.
Evening service and sermon, 8
p. Mn.
Wednesday, Litany and address on
the Holy Scriptures, 8 p. m.
Pews free. All are cordailly invit
ed to attend.
Manuscript covers blank and print.
ed at this office.

Stindsys and Week Days
ChicKen Dinners, 75c
Chicken Dinners, $1.25





...TRY THE...

Waffle Shop
"It's the Next Iest Place to Home For Ladies and Gentlemea"

Besides serving Hot Waffles at any hour of the day or night,
'Ae serve te best of Regular Meals and Short Order, at very
reasonable price.

WE moAnn emMV IR DDt7flOn proDWRI t

L~~i Denpsey Today

Group Conviction
District Attorney-"What possi-
ble excuse did you fellows have for
acquitting that murderer?"
District Attorney-"What! The
whole twelve of you?"
Couldn't Get There
"Did you take her home after the
'No, my folks were home."
Manager-"Why did you strike
this young lady?"
Waiter-"Well, she asked me to
fetch her a wrap. And all I done

wuz to fetch her a good one
the right eye."


Confident Miss
"Did you ever go home from an
automobile ride with a college boy?"
"Yes, I'm no snob.
Wot's In a Name?
She was only a window blind
manufacturer's daughter, but she
had a shady reputation.
Frosh--"Do you notice any im-
provement, Professor, since last
Professor-"Yes, now that you
call my attention to it. I think your
hair is parted."
Fifty-Fifty Grandpop
Old Gent.-"When I was a lad
I didn't think anything of chopping
up a woodshed full of logs."
Youngster-"Well. I don't think so
much about it, either."
At the Box Office
"Well, I finally got into the
"You really did! And how?"
"Oh. I paid the usual fifty cents."
Take Your Pick
New Steno-"I've added up these
columns ten times, sir."
Boss-"Good for you "
"And here are the ten answers."
A Natural
"And how do you like school?"
asked the kind old lady.
"Closed," answered the little lad.

There's a Reason
I know a girl-
An awfhl gawk.
She'd love to ride
But has to walk.
A Clean Record

"A woman will go through
for a man when she marries
"Yes, the one I married

a lot

tough my trousers, my bank :,'-
nt, and a divorce suit."


;ainesville, Fla.-That the poultry
grani being arranged for F:'ar,-
-1_w -.1 vr .; ..i -

4.1 1 UOT A"IE'J

I CtA~...L ~

ji tie ~a IRn i u uan'i


is the one your x ifef broils
for you-the one that
comes from our shop.
Pay a little more :i;l, get
the choicest. culit ,,f :.,,f
at this market. \\N ;, ,i-
ise you uniform q:i:ity
day by day wheiin y.i, I>ur-
chase from us.

Island City Market
F. H. HOBIEN, Proprietor

Center and Third Streets

Ten weeks' work in a secluded
Sespe Mountain Camp has con- C H I
vinced Jack Dempseyr he is fit C H P S
again. He is expected to announce
himself ready within the next three The sixth annual Farmers' Week
weeks for battle to regain his title will be held at the University of
-against either Sharkey or Tunney. l"lorida during the week of August

Your town depends upon the mon-
ey spent in it by its citizens for its Miscellaneous Circular 97 of the I
growth and prosperity. For a pros- United States Department of Agri-
perous city-trade at home. culture is on "Cooperation in Agri-
culture, a Selected and Annotated
The size of your taxation depends Reading List with Special Reference t
upon the wealth of your community. t' Purchasing, Marketing, a n d
Increase this wealth and reduce tax- Credit."
action by trading at home.
\\'e are contributing to further
..s"' and girls' club work, believing
Old papers for sale at this office. it to be the most constructive influ-
at 5c |er bundle. ence at work for sound and sure
progress in the rural field.-C. H.
Let us do your printing. Markham, Chairman of the Board,
Illinois Central Railroad.
OF A "LE hereas, this program promotes
N'rwr.i: is iIRi.ty II',* tile industry, thrift, efficiency, good citi-
e.i'l M1:ister in C'han.-r,.r that III- zetiship and adds to the wealth of
ilr. ii in, 'lI" .,l"::ti :. .iin.e;r',';'*.' the Nation, the Southeastern Live
<'ir: *iiourt of Nassau i'..unt. I..- Stock Association this 24th day of
('lianeerv yittin.. *,,,.,ri Ln t ,, November, 1922, does hereby endorse
tilt. "' h da of Aipril. A. Io. 1 .'27. in that
i .i i, .-..tii courtt whe.rvini Boys' and Girls' Club Work and urges
i,1 r,t' lotgage& riia. 'i a n'.a;cr- an expansion of the scope of this
ai : A. Marsihaill and Marv Marshall. phase of Agricultural Extension de-
Si,, are defendants. I shll offer velopment."-The Southeastern Live
for ,Mt and sell to U I hi highest and,
ii, t l.iller for aslih. :at the Northern Stock Association.
Sliir of the ('iiirt iouse for Nassau
0l'ountv. in the ('itY of
FI'r i.a.n iindaItie td .f Aug- We print visiting cards. Nassau
ust. A. 1). 1927. and It ween t he hliours C. .
of ei.veon o-'cio.k in tilhe fioren-i.on and County Leader.
twi 'elick in til' afternoon, tilt foil-
Owing ioig l(sTrile(l ral estate, lyIing and --
lierng situate in til uiunty of Nassau __________
st:ite of li.ria.: ai i a fol-
4,1Al of the 'i of tilt. S\ .l. f the
.f*'4 of S ction 2: All ,f he \' of tille 1
the NE't:; S'4 N:ft; I:'. of SW
,of NWV: SlE:t of N\'i ;.d S.. of .Ia -- I
Section 3. ex-clpt a .tri| f lail "I'd I-
feet wide from iEastl i" \\.st off tie t" *
extreme East .,nil .- II. L'S.. of Section: All of S.tti, *. *X, lpt the
SW '4: All if lraii..n:il S.,tin I11 All--- _
of the NK i', o i i. :', o. S- in 12. I
All of the N,. ., N\V'f .1 S..ti.. 1. U & U j
All of the N:', ,if .'I-:', a.I Sa i I m--"o -l"Uii
of SWIV o \\', ,, x- I .-, X-
'cept that wor ,t, :,, S .S\\ ,' of '
.N\ w ice i i i.l Inl, I t i0i1' l 1.on- a bd
veyance l.v ; .1 N.I I \' I d be ki ed
D. Joycee d t.i ,,1 .1' In I'.t;. and d It -hI -IM"e" IsldI
recorded i I I ..1 I I'.'" -'!. of P -"_ -- b. w d
the public r -.r-> u \:|-*M, (',unty. I Bee Brand Powder or
Florida; All If t i. rr ing lidkll es
(;rant. beil- S.i..ti. l. :i.ei :ll o.f Lot I S iquidto. 5. l et I
4 in Section l iill. a.l rant on MosquitoeSRoache
the East al NIrt hl-.ltr. AI of the Ants, WaterB'smBe I
Mills Irur\ I;ra,it. I. 1-ti S .,.tion 43. Bni, Mo1t1Cri.keB
exo' 20 a.'r,. ,.,,,, ,. I ,. i'o ,ihn It. Iu. .--- -scr-ck,
IlIgginlith:ii :and t\ !1 iThonip- POWuy-icemindM=my
"*,i. dated I .- , 2;. 1 1. sland re- other ineCt.
'***,r ed in I>..- i- A I. IAage 379, of
the publlic re.,ilrds .i ssa Iu C'unty. I powder
Plorida; All ,f the- ;tl. lail.s being Ic ud C5g S=cW 7
ii2 Township '1'". t:- N,,rtli of Range I s I ands. -as3
I .iwty-five -*, 1: I 42o Sray Osl..asc
All of the S(.. tf N \ 4 ,indl \\' of ...
.W of Se,. .tn I;.. All .,f Section 17. / writefor.rcboketatki -
*x\',-it the SK', All i thie laid Bail- o
'N t;rant. b.i, S..o i,.i 4:3: All of Isaac f o a a ...-. .
I'.rter Grant. I .i i .- S. 'tion 42. and r id ..IcC u .
Iiat,'ional Se.-i,.l All of the lands I altmes.M&*
l.tescribe. I.1in ri ill Township Two j
I North of lIani4 i, Twenty-six (26)
" t'ontaii,, II1 the aggregate t
S',,4.4 acres, iir. ,r I.-ss. B e e
Said propt-r> ltitng sold to satisfy e
*l decree \ .ithi 'l. \ B .a n
'ated this t l dlay of .luly, A. D. I *, i f
Ii,;."I % llIII

anu rruit growers "-ee IIINT<.N J. BAKER.
many important topics cotncerln- Spei;il Naster in C hainery.
the industry is the opinion of N. ,' ,,le it. o -
Mehrhof, extension poultryiman iitur for '.iplainant. 7-1 to 7-29
> is working up the poultry pro- NOTI(E OF MASTER'S SALE.
in. Farmers' Week will be held NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. by the
he College of Agriculture, August hlIersigned, HINTON J. BAKER, as
"I'eal Master In Chancery, that under
3. 1927. ."1, by virtue of a certain degree made
t is likely that Tuesday, Aug. .I"' entered by the Circuit Court of
t likel "baby that Tuesday," and \. u County. Florida in Chancery
be "baby chick day" and pr. 'ttin g bearing date the 2nd day of
S of b c raising and is- Aliril.A D. 1927. in that cause pending
S of baby Chick raising a"nd i said Court. wherein 0. R. Sanders.
)ution will be taken up. A meet- .s Administrator of the Estate of Ab-
of the Florida Baby Chick A- H. Davi. deceased, is complainant
Id C. C. Fuqua and Bertle Fuqua. his
,ation will be held Tuesday after- ife are defendants. I shall offer for
n, according to the present plan- "ale and sell to the highest and best
i according to the present P dder for cash. at the Northern door
meeting of the Florida section of f the Curt House for Nassu County,
American Poultry Associations Monday the City of erdananna. uurida. Don
being considered, and it will 1927. and between the hours of eleven
o'clock in the forenoon and two o'clock
ly be held Thursday, Aug. 1L in the afternoon, the following describe.
Dr. D. A. Sanders, assistant vet- ed lands situate in Nassau County,
)rin te S ers iet t iFlorida. towit: All of Section Forty-
narian of the Experiment Station, seven (47). Township Four (4) North,
tell of his investigations of Man- Range Twenty-four (24) East. other-
Is teyl of p y i t a nd wl wise known as the Thomas 'revatt
's eye worm of poultry, and wi ;rant; containing Five Hundred and
us poultry diseases and para-ifty (550) acres, more or less, except
cuss poultry diseases an i that certain one acre of land in the
es., -uth half of said Section Forty-seven
reduction and marketing prob- 17) conveyed by A. H. Davis and wife
Production and marb_ ay-rious J. B. Campbell. by their deed dated
5 will be discussed by vaS.OU '..truary 5th. 1918. described as fol.
altry specialists and poultry rais- s: All that parcel of land lyingf and
ltry specialists and Poultry 'I-ttg in the Southwest corner of the
SThe results of a survey recent- uth half of Section Forty-seven (47),
conducted among poultrymen by .wnahip Four (4) North. Range
"conducted among P ,e!', ,.nty-four (24) East. being that part
SCollege of Agriculture will be., grant being known as the James
by Dr. urington head of '- vatt Grant. that projects over into
id by Dr. J. o n-tral eco- n-ms Twenty-seven (27) and Twenty-
Sdepartment of agricultural eco- -ht (28). according to survey, said to
Sdeparthetaln One acre of land. more or less.
ica in the College. ,. ro i to embrace house known as the
Sections of the Farmers WeeK pr- *,e Marea Place.
etia clude live- \o all that certain lot, tract or
im other than POuiltryin ; 1e of land lying and being in the
k and farm eCrops, forestry, inty of Nassau and State of Florida
k and farm cropnd subtropical -nried as follows: Lot One (1 o0
Bing citrumll tion Twenty-nine (29) Township
.t. t kru crops, pecans homa Ur (4) North. Range Twenty-four
.ts M oraenas a nd a!home I* East. containing Sixty-two and
lrta n rentals, aa 100(62.79) acres, more or less; said
onomI a rora for women. :'.rbed Lot One (1) being the same
The date for Farmers' Week was perty as conveyed by Hilliard &
The date for Amd .ley to the said Abner Davis. by their
* inaftet for August 15-20, and .d dated March 17th. 1891. as record-
aneo i the extension in Deed Book 3!. page 154 to 156 of
I annOuRnced Hr Public Records of Nassau County,
lendar for 1927. HOWeVer, nater ,ridjL
endar or l~c.t o ig -I date -aid property being sold to satisfy
at announcement I decree with costs.
.. -mrs ol S A, at ,d Frnandina .iloida l h.



Householders who have furnished
rooms or apartments for light house-
keeping for rent are requested to
write the Chamber of Commerce.
giving full information.
Applicants for light-housekeeping
accommodation are expected to in-
crease and the secretary can not in-
telligently direct persons making in-
quiry unless full information is fur-

The largest owner of timberlands,
the largest utr of timber, is the
farmer. Wood means more to him
than to anybody else. It will pay
him to put his idle land to work
growing timber.

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N. 3rd St., Bet. Center and
Alachua Streets
eatsfeMctIa Ouaranteed
Phone 158

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Groups and
g and Enlar
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ak Finishing

i. North of P
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I Views.
service on

ost Office.


Onu th!,' glorious Fourth we wouhl
like ,, -I!l attention to the fact that
Anmr r: -tand. in the very front
rank ( a nation of machinists. Our
maC h,"P is a typical example of
the t .. ..rnds of well-equipped, well-

mana hos of this kind.'
s.,rv, dependable.


W y no/ save money and ufy at Jome

We Have a Complete Line of

Groceries, Work Clothes and

J. K. Orr Guaranteed 100 per
cent. All Leather Shoes.


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Dining Room Now Open
(24 Hour Service)

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We prepay parcel postage
on returning. Florida's largest
and finest equipped french
dry cleaning and steam
dyeing plant.

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Friday, July 1, 1927


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Rater" at" the Potoffmo at
*rOtmaama, ieorie as 8seond-
clam Mal Matter.


Local and Long Distance
Phone, 40

ne Tear .Ws
81x Mouth. .75
mngle Cpy .0**

So far it has not been complained
that Mr. Coolidge scares the Black
Hills fish away by talking too much.

President Coolidge is at least con-
serving the nation's food supply by
catching the fish for dinner.

What the Father of Waters seems
to need is a kind of high sided berth
so he can't roll out of bed any more.

What this country needs is fewer
people holding up good citizens, and
more holding down good jobs.

After having loafed all the year,
many of the college students think
that now they should have a vacation.

Some people are said to be born
with silver spoons in their mouths,
but you can eat just as much with a
tin one.

Claimed the American people are
giving up walking, but they expect
the ghost to walk once a week any-

Good many people talk as if they
wanted a war, but not many of them
look as if they were going to do any
fighting themselves.

Unfortunately, if the sun is warm
enough to ripen the crops, it is going
to be bright enough to fade the new
straw hat.

The boys hardly know what to do
with themselves during vacation, but
there are always chances of there be-
ing a fire or a dogfight.

The boys might be reminded that
the glories of the country can always
be properly celebrated July Fourth,
even if they don't see the town afire.

Claimed the minds of many of our
people do not function properly, but
the housewives will say that their
stomachs are working all right.

Cal Coolidge never worked for a
circus, but many claim that he is
going to have four years more as the
elephant trainer.

President Coolidge says there is
a structural weakness in human na-
ture, and a good deal of it acts as if
the roof had been left off.

Having spent more than they have
earned, many of our folks proceed to
spend still more to get the deficit

President Coolidge has not so far
complained that the neighbors in his
summer location were stuck-up and
would not call on him.

The result of the president's visit
to South Dakota will probably be
that there will be more people there


The overflowing enthusiasm shown
for Col. Lindbergh continues to be
one of the most interesting incidents
of our time. Some may regard it as
one of the impulses of popular hero
worship that are created by spectac-
ular deeds of daring. But it seems
to be a good deal more than that.
Col. Lindbergh seems to be a rep-
resentative of the ideal young
American which we have all been
cherlthtng. The American people
are not quite satisfied with the ordi-
nary type of young manhood of this
time. They recognize its brightness
and alertness, but they feel it is too
sophisticated, too smart in some
ways, too cynical and critical, and
too worldly in its search for money
and pleasure.

Here comes a young American of
a quite different type, who performs
an amazing feat, but is very indiffer
ent to the money rewards for it. lie
is not interested in commercializing
his deed, but looks first to scientific
acheivement as his aim. He does
not get big headed over all this fanme
and publicity, but takes it with wound
erful modesty and is disposed to givi
the credit and attract the attention
He shows strong moral principle.
and strength of character by ah
stemious habits and self restraint.
The American people in paying
tribute to Lindbergh, are giviuim
honor just as much to what he is a
to the thing he has done. Thei
plaudits show. that they want morn
young men who seek high excellence
in their work first and money second
The young men of America do ,in
have to imitate Lindbergh by doing
some feat of daring for which ve-r
few of them are fitted, but they ea
do it by thorough work and solid .sub
stantial character and avoidance o
selfish striving and by sound m ora

TO SELL AT $450 TO $490 F.0.B He Making It His Busines

Detroit, June 21.-Complet- -
tails and specifications of the. w\ ....- -
Ford car have become known ",.re
and their principal features as' .
follows: s
New Ford will be a 4-cylin;i\r,
standard gear shift car made it, f',ur
models to sell from $450 for t,,ring .
car, to $490 for the coupe and f.,rl
door sedan, f.o.b. Detroit. In :,.lii-
tion to these two models, thor,, \ ill
be a sport roadster at $460. c ,i.t
at $470, and two door sedan at $;,S.







The American people ought never
to forget July Fourth. They owe a
great deal to those wonderful and
far seeing men who on that date 151
years ago, declared that our colonies
were to have a national existence of
their own. That made it possible for
our country to develop institutions
that came nearer accomplishing hu-
man justice, than any that had pre-
ceded it.
That action was the beginning of
the end of kings and empires. Up to

Gray adjourned court until Tuesday
f o this week in or n

lived that great good will come from (

U .... : .....I........ ... ... .. these efforts. Let us all work to-
venire of jurymen summoned. gether for the one purpose of a big-
Tuesday morning at 10 o',Irk ger and a better Fernandina.
court was again called to order by
Judge Gray, with Attorney Rl,.rtATS HI
M. McNamee representing the State., FERNANDINA BEATS HILL-
The case of Will Jenkins, alias Ric,. IARD 14-INNNING CONTEST
Kid, charged with assault with in- -
tent to commit murder in the first d,. Fernandina journeyed to Hilliard i
gree, was called and the court ;up last Tuesday and t8ok a long-winded
pointed Col. J. U. Cassidy to repr... struggle from the Poultrymen by the
sent the defendant. The case \('et tune of 7 to 6.
to trial and consumed nearly -ti. The Fernandina lads tied the count
whole day, resulting in the convict ihn at 5 all in the 8th, and from then on
of the defendant of aggravated :,i it was a hotly contested affair.
sault. Jenkins was sentenced to ii. "Bubber" Sanders twirled superb ball
year in the Nassau county jail. for the home boys and struck out 19
Court then recessed until Sat ur- 'of the Poultrymen. Ozmer and Bor-.
day, July, 9th, at which time Jude ing for Fernandina, and Sheppard for
Gray will hear motions for new tril,' i.the Poultrymen, were the hitting stars
and pass sentence upon those already of the game.
convicted. The cases of Harry an.l i R. H. E.,
Albert Davis, charged with breaki, Fdna. 000 200 030 000 11-7 12 2L
and entering and grand larceny; Ar, Hilliard 202 010 000 000 10-6 8 4i
gelo Tzitis, alias Angelo Gigis, chair,. Batteries: Fernandina. Sanders
ed with assault to commit murder ,. and Ozmer; Hilliard, Turkelson and
the first degree; Thomas Pon,-. Wilson.
charged with breaking and entering1 Fernandina plays a double-;Liader
and grand larceny; and C. S. Me(. :. with Callahan on Monday. July 4th,
nell, charged with manslaught, r. the first game to begin at 2 o'clock.
were continued for the term. "Speed" Harvey, pitching ace of the
West Coast League, will twirl in the
MR. PHILLIPS RECOVERING opener, while Dan Kelly. Florida Uni-

and fewer fish. that time these mighty Potentates had The many friends of Mr. Earl I,
ordered the common people around to h ma fr s it wil
The please themselves. On that date, th_ Phillips, formerly of thi s city, will
The orators who desire to speak in ...tsm he ,glad to le,.arn that he is recoverit
American statesmen the time from a long illness and a recent OP.r
the streets, are sometimes ad d to had ome for the common people to at Blm ie asia Biin r.
"hire a hall," but in that -n it plan their destiny for the good of tto C, a wlt eome him balmck .,
would often be necessary to hire an people generally. his old rounds at an early date.
audience also. On June 26th Mr. Phillips ct'..
MOTHES brated his birthday, which was ti.,.
We are urged to keep our ft on Watch happy occasion for a surprise show r
e are urged to keep our t on Watchfor symptoms of worms in of gifts, greetings and congratu-,.
the ground, but it is often difficult your children. These parasites are tions from many friends and busin...
to do so when the canvasserss and s- the great destroyers of child life. If associates all over the South, wh.-r..
citors take up too much of our you have reason to think your child Mr. Phillips is well known and high,v
able time. o ou worms, act quickly. Give the lit- esteemed by all who come in tou,
able time. tie one a dose or two of White's with him.
Cream Vermifuge. Worms cannot Mr. Phillips has for years bet, r
Some folks think that ent exist where this time-tried and suc- the manager for the State of Flor.
Coolidge does not ..n-m tk iAd ee sful remedy is used. It drives out ida fn, rh.I.t. .an I Jni...e C. .

versity freshman hurler. will ascend
the mound in the night-cap.


If your health is bad and you have
spells of swimming in the head, poor
appetite, constipation and a general
no-account feeling, it is a sign your
liver is torpid. The one really de-
pendable remedy for all disorders in
the liver, stomach and bowels is Her-
bine. It acts powerfully on the liver,
strengtens digestion, purifies the
bowels and restores a fine feeling of
energy, vim and cheerfulness. Price
60c. Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer, Fernan-
J.ina; The Conner Co., Callahan.
'V- M_ 4ft ..n.. _m

Charaber of Commerce.

*:.> K<<.~:-, >'" ::-> -S

!.-; City Manager.


I !

The Studebaker Custom

Sedan is a real performer

on the highway-a marked

value in a buy-way.

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Studebaker bodies are built of teel
for safety, with full vision for driv-
ing comfort. Expect a lot from
this Studebaker Custom Sedan
because it is rated the most power-
ful car of its size and weight in
the world. It sets the pace in
appearance and maintains it in




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equipsntt sat me extra coe. Other ostuod-
baker and Erslkne model e4$5 to $4




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The question of railroad rates and
fares, as well as charges on public
utilities generally, is much affected
by the question whether such rates
should be .based on the original a-
mount of money invested in the prop-
erty, or on the cost of reproducing
that property at the present time.
It will make a big difference to rail-
road rates, for instance, whether the
courts eventually decide that the
charges made by the railroads must
be based on the amount of money
actually invested in the property, or
whether they are justified in charg-
ing rates based on the cost of repro-
ducing the property under present
As it would cost twice as much to
build these railroads now as when
they were constructed, very likely a
good deal more, such railroad rates
could be greatly boosted if the cost
of reproducing the property should
be decided to be the true basis for
computing rates.
Years ago, lower rates were some-
times asked on public utility corpora-
tions, for the reason that such prop-
erties, at the low rates for labor and
materials existing at that time, could
be reproduced for less than they had
cost. It will be argued that if the
cost of reproduction was a fair basis
for rates then, it should be the same
The public will no doubt say that
it will not be wise for public service
corporations to ask for higher rates
than is sufficient to attract adequate
capital into the business of these
companies. Some time ago there was
a disposition to hold rates down so
low that people would not put money
into such enterprises. That is not
good policy, because the public al-
ways suffers when the service ofthese
companies is not good. They can
not give good service, unless they are
allowed to make a reasonable amount
of money.
But if it appears at any time that
such corporations are making undue
amounts of money, public hostility is
excited. Unfavorable legislation
would be likely to result, so that such
companies would do better in the
long run to be content with moderate

Features of standard equipment 4 f
new Ford car comprise self-s ar,. \
five wire wheels, speedometer. whind- wll _
shield wiper, gasoline gauge. ,il MU
gauge, ammeter, dash light, :1nd
Houdaile shock absorbers.
The 4-cylinder engine is rat.d ia t,
34 horsepower and designed to r
at at 2.400 revolutions per milnli..
The new car is guaranteed to ,, ;0
miles an hour and it will run frn! .
30 to 35 miles on a gallon of ,,s.
The car will accelerate from fine, to
30 miles per hour in 30 seconds.
Various models are built on a ill -
inch wheel base and in combination
of colors. The painting is fini hd
with pyroxlyn which is guaranteed
not to scratch "
The four-wheel brakes are of a
mechanical expanding type and have
been designed by Henry Ford hint-
self and embody entialiy new prioni-
pies of construction. There are -wo C -
brake shoes on each drum or ei iwht
in all, giving a total braking surface
of 144 inches. Other features of
new car include especially desilgfed -o
irreversible steering gear which will o wti
not deflect on rough roads and which
makes car unusually easy to steer.
A new oiling system of force feed .
type and a new water pump are being arage.
used and springs are of the cross or

cars. Frame is heavier and wider L v A R
and is tapered at the front and both CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DAY TUESDAY, JUNE 28TH LOVE OF SUNYA" AT REX
front and rear axles are of new de- i ongiveste greatest
signs and of heavier construction (Continued from Page 1.)Little Miss Margaret Fishler, only ria Swanson give th greatet
than in previous Ford cars. L ist that Fernandina be given fav- laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris performance of her successful career
Transmission, which has three orale tinonsideration in its train Fishier, was hostess to a large numb- in "The Love of Sunya." the fir t
speeds forward and one reverse, is 'shedules. Further negotiations are er of her many little friends on Tues- picture she has produced a an ,ower
an exact duplicate of transmission ,'ntemplated with the Seaboard with day afternoon, June 28th, from 3 to member of United Artists. This re-
used on higher priced cars except for a view to advertising Fernandina and 15 p. m., the occasion being her eighth markable cinema has been proclaim
fact that it has unusual feature of n,, let-up will be had along these birthday. ed by critics and thousands of movie
roller bearings. lihes. At 3 o'clock promptly the little goers throughout the country. At
New car will be only low priced The Chamber of Commerce feels folks began to assemble at the home the Rex Theatre next Tuesdayy at,
automobile with a tandem or double t-h:t with the splendid roads now of Margaret, and ere long the house Wednesday.
fly-wheel one of which is placed at le: ing into Fernandina the ne was filled to overflowing with happy
the rear of the crank shaft and the schiol buildings well under construe- children whose joyous shouts and UNION SERVICES
other in front. Electrical equipment tion and with the new street paving laughter denoted they were having
includes an entirely new type of cnipleted and other paving possible "ne of the happiest times of their
dynamo generator constructed along of construction, that we have much !lives. services of the Methoist, Presbytr-
lines similar to the large dynamos to be thankful for and much to work Various games dear to the hearts si o th Mehotesbe-
used for electric power. for. of the younger generation were in- ianext Sund Baptist churches will be oIdk
CIRCUIT COURT CONVICTS The Chamber of Comerce has re- lulged in during the afternoon, atp.muayJuyt dt h.R-
ceutly had made and erected two the close of which delicious refresh- p. m., at the Methodist church. R,,v.
IRHcertly had made and erected working, pastor of the t
MANY OFFENDERS TO -DATE sign boards at the triangle where the ments were served, consisting of BaptisT. J. Herringch, willpastor ofeac the Frt
Fernandina road joins the Coastal several courses of cake, ice cream mon. All members of the several
In the Circuit Court last week, Highway near Yulee. These signs and lemonade. churches uniting and the publIce
Judge DeWitt Gray presiding Win. bear the inscription, "Twenty Min- The hostess was the recipient of generally are most cordially init
Jackson, colored, tried for murder in utes to Fernandina," with an arrow 'many useful presents, and the occas- to be present.
the second degree, was convicted of pointing in that direction. While the ion was one long to be remembered
manslaughter. signs are temporary in nature they by all, those present being:
Harry Foxworth, white, charged are well placed and easily read. It Florence Trushin, guest of honor, 10oTIC'V TO CONTRAC'TORS
with second degree murder, was cmn- is believed that these signs will point Tallahassee, Fla.; Vera Grunwald,to I
victed of manslaughter. Monday he the way to many people who other- Catherine Byrd, Mildred Longee, July I:: fI r al labor niateridal ,o-
Sfiled a motion for a new trial and wise might pass by without paying Dorothy flobein, Elizabeth Hardee, .essary for the erection of about i
Swas released under a bond of $1,0ol0. a visit to Fernandina. Catherine Hardee, Charles Virginia tr,.t ar kers and 11 street na
poyttih., in rersnandna.1 Markers at i
e Alonzo Kirksey, colored, charged The Chamber of Commerce is con- Bessent, Barbara Davis, Frances ,nae plates are at S. A. I. freight of
Switch first degree murder, was wn- stantly trying to induce new indus- Brooks, Dorothy Brooks, Ida Livings- P t.etive bidder e s. Bidders wile
c ted as charged with recom(di- tries to locate at Fernandina and ef- tone, Miriam Segal, Lillian Livings- titiPrive per street marker and pri
tions to the mercy of the court, which forts in this line will be continued, tone, Louise Livingstone, Bernice t. .site and ereetion complete in place
Carries the penalty of imprisonment The Board of Governors of the Chain- Brooks, Adaline Brooks, Sarah As- t'Certified cheek for $50.00 is require
f lfthihwssf'% l bid and certified checkunt
-for life, to which he was sentenced ber of Commerce is giving freely of kins, Charlotte DeWinkler, and siti bidder will be retained tunt
- by Judge Gray. time and money to make Fernandina alces Hardee. .,pitioi and acceptance o the wor
These cases consumed the entire tine and money to make Fernandina aritgua a rantee in lieu of bond.
n onud eeni what it should be, and with the con- rui rihlt is reserved to reject an
week, and. on Saturday evening Ju tinued support of the public it is be- _.low about a subscription to the a.d all bids. Further information c
-.-4..-#1 1 V GA VIN.




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Pa e Five

vo by C. M. Payne

Mrs. John R. Hardee was the
charming hostess to the members of
the Young People's Missionary So-
ciety of the Methodist Church on
Monday afternoon. The Junior Mis-
sionary Society, of which Mrs. Har-
dee, is president, gave a very pretty
and interesting program.
The opening song, "Little Feet, Be
Careful," was sung by the Juniors,
after which they repeated the 23rd
Psalm in unison, which was followed
by a prayer. Reading, "The Child-
ren's Department of the Missionary
Society," by Miss Ida May Smith.
"One Little Penny" was acted by
ten little children, Misses Margaret
and Gloria Stewart. Helen Wood-
ward, Bernice and Frances Brooks.
Annie and Helen Partin, Frances
Hardee, Howard and Carol Hardee,
who marched in and recited as they
placed a penny in a large missionary
Miss Violet Beckham then recited
a poem, "What Becomes of the Pen-
The seven wishes was personated
by seven little girls, Miss Frances Mc-
lellan as a star; Miss Ida May Smith
carrying a candle, recited; Bernice
Brooks as a bird; Catherine Hardee,
a candle; Elizabeth Hardee, a twig
from an evergreen tree; Frances
Brooks was glad she was a little girl;
while Malcolm McLellan was glad he
was a boy. A couple of verses were
recited in unison, giving evidence of
the careful training they had received
from their competent president, Mrs.
Rev. J. K. Woodward was then call-
ed uu and gave an instructive talk on
"Mission" and the early training of
children to do missionary work.
The hostess then served individual
catkes, iced, and brick ice cream. The
Junior Society as.sisted the hostess in
The whole entertainment was
thoroughly enjoyed by all present,
and was an inspiration to the mem-
bers of the Young People's Society.
The next meeting will be held with
Mrs. II. V. Burgess for the month of
A preliminary survey for the pro-
posed intercoastal canal from the
Mississippi river to the Atlantic
ocean, authorized under the river and
harbor act of January 21, 1927, has
been begun by Lieut. Col. Mark
Br ioke, of Jacksonville, United
States district engineer.
The investigation is primarily to
determine the feasibility of the pro-
ject and to ascertain whether or not
the investment of government funds
is desirable frimi an economic stand-
This would depend entirely upon
whether sufficient commerce will de-
velop on the waterway after its con-
struction to justify the expense.
The waterway ,would traverse por-
tions of five states. These are Geor-
gia, Florida. Alabama, Mississippi
and Louisiana.
Members of th. board of engineers
appointed to makv the examination
are Lieuteindant Colonel Brooke,
chairman; M.ajor Thomas H. Emer-
son, Molile. Ala., and Major Leon E.
Lyon, Mnhrtgiinery, Ala.
John ('ur:,n Rowe, 11, son of Mrs.
Katie Rowv of Bryceville, died last
night t a ical hospital after a short
illness. Y'ung Rowe was brought to
Jackson\i. last Tuesday for treat-
ment. Bea *les his mother, he is sur-
vived by three sisters, Ethel, Sallie
and Louis, Rowe and five brothers,
Burt. HVlli., Emery, E. D. and La-
Verne R.,, all ,,f Bryceville. Fune-
ral srevic.s will be conducted from
the cemetery at Bryceville Sunday
morning ;t 10 o'clock. Rev. Mr.
Stricklanl of the Bryceville Primi-
tive Baptist church, will conduct the
service. Interment will be in the
Connor cmn'etery under the direction
of the .Sashole funeral parlors.-
Florida Tinmes-Union, June 25th.

The Evangelistic Brotherhood of
the First Baptist Church of Fernan-
dina, will hold services next Sunday,
July 3rd, at 3:30 p. m., at the Live
i- atI:-0- p0% In

The first child health clinic in
Florida, under the auspices of the
Co-operative Extension Work in
Agriculture and Home Economics,
was most successfully conducted at
Callahan on Thursday of last week.
The clinic was opened at 10 o'clock
a. m., with sixty patients ranging in
age from one month to ten years,
under the direction of Miss Eliza-
beth Smith, of Jacksonville, repre-
senting the Florida State Board of
Health, assisted by Miss Stubbs, of
Green Cove Springs; Miss Pearl Jor-
dan, Nassau county Home Demon-
stration Agent, and the Callahan
committee composed of Mrs. Law-
rence Irvin and Mrs. T. L. Butler.

"Thorough Healthdom," a pageant
in which twenty of the children at-
tending the clinic participated, was
staged in the auditorium of the Cal-
lahan High School, in the afternoon.
Ribbons were awarded to the chil-
dren making the highest scores in
the different groups as follows:
First g roup, one month to two
years of age: Coralee Ogilvie and
Lillian Irvin.
Second group, two to five years of
age: Mabel Wells and Melvene
Third group, five to ten years of
age: Thelma Hodges and Marian
Mabel Wells, of the pre-school
group, was awarded the capital prize
for the best general rating in all
three of the classes examined by the
Neglecting a little wound, cut or
abrasion of the flesh may in nine
cases out of ten cause no great suf-
fering or inconvenience, but it is the
one case in ten that causes blood
poisoning, lockjaw or a chronic fes-
tering sore. The cheapest, safest and i
best course is to disinfect the wound
with liquid Borozone and apply the
Borozone Powder to complete the!
healing process. Price (liquid) 30e,
60c and $1.20. Powder 30c and 60c.;
Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer, Fernandina;
The Conner Co., Callahan.
A cub bear was sent over from
Dungeness Wednesday for shipment
by express to the zoo at Jacksonville,
and deposited in. the express office
here to await the departure of the
morning train. But being confined
in a small crate, Mr. Bear suffered'
from the heat to such an extent that:
he expired from suffocation before
morning and was returned to Cum-
berland Island on the next bat.
Moral: Don't ship your bears in hot
weather, as they are perishable.

A new era in motion picture phtto-
graphy is introduced in "Somewhere
in Sonora," made by Charles P. R,)-
gers for First National release, whii.h
comes to the Rex Theatre next Sat-!
urday. It is a new process of film-
ing. in which "super panchrounatic"
film was used by Sol Polito, the
cameraman who did all the shooting
on this new Ken Maynard feature.
Your town depends upon the mon-
ey spent in it by its citizens for its
growth and prosperity. For a pros-
perous city-trade at home.

The size of your taxation depends
upon the wealth of your community.
Increase this wealth and reduce tax-
ation by trading at home.

l-I \ ,,r.."
TO HENRY HODGES. Resid-.,,e Un-
You are hereby required to appear
on the First day of Augut. A I). 1327
to the Bill of Clomplaint fihed herein
against you by Willie Alma Hodge, in
the Circuit Court of Nassau County,
The Nastau County Leader is hereby
designated as the newspaper in whic-
this order shall be published once each
week for four consecutive w.eeks.
WITNESS my hand as Clerk and ..

"CRASHING THE GATE" *eni to argut that a few more or lss
to-- nt,.s Ino, difference. d
According to reports from metro-, ; custom would seem ratlir
politan centers, it is a somewhat habit snirt ttho.s who practice it. They
in those burgs for young people ,o a nm.y arene thlt by their self con-
certain type to "crash the gate at tin. they are ahle to shine in l
big society parties and exclusive su- ;,,' wire if they were mort,
scription dances. That is. they ,,invit ed, they i
themselves to these swell social would spnd many lonely evenings at
events, and walk in and partake of hume,..
the dancing, refreshments, etc., with- Y,,t p l( e with a more alert seYnst
out being invited by the hostess or t.l sc.ial obligation would say that s
the managers of the affair. They tl.y h:ul no desire to show up at I

:Li.e-s where their presence was not
eIsired. They would have so much
lridl, in their own position, that they
ouhld not appear in the light of beg-
-ars asking for something they were
lot meant to have.
uiih a custom may grow out of
responsibility developed in the life
f great cities. In smaller towns
.unig people would not do that kind
O thing much, even if they were
urn. they could not be detected.
ift', in a big city seems to develop a


Fairbanks- Morse






feeling among many that they are
entirely free of restraint, and they
can do whatever they choose regard-
less of good manners or anything
else. Young people who are not
invited to circles to which they wish
to enter, would feel more self re-
spect to develop their own forms of
recreation, and thereby cultivate
more initiative and more satisfac-
tory friendships, than if they seek to
pick up the crumbs that fall from the
tables of high society.

talso ihscey










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Now On Exhibition in Fernandina

Si* ii~ it~ a ~i3 :--:-:~~ .* ~ .*


Full Diesel Principle- with airless injection of fuel.

Two-Stroke-Cycle Simplicity.- No valves to grind. No com-
plicated valve rockers to keep in adjustment.

Use Low Grades of Fuel Oil.-High economy in the use of fuel
and lubricating oil.

Excellent manceuvering 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 Part of the Engine.- Two speeds for-
ward and one reverse.

Full Speed and Power of Engine May be Used for Reversing.

All Lubricating Oil Filtered.

Ample Air Compressor Capacity to Allow Constant Manoeuvering.

Built-In Compressor Supplies Starting Air.

Built-In Cooling Water Pump and Bilge Pum np.

Sturdy, Compact-All Parts Readily Accessible.

Small Space Requirements.





FrU6y. july 1. 1927


Paw. St


Tallahassee, Fla.--"Make a hobby
of painted floors," is the suggestion
of Mrs. L Z. Baker of Holmes Coun-
ty to rural women of Florida. Miss
Virginia P. Moore, assistant state
home demonstration agent in charge
of home beautification work, has re-
ceived a copy of a letter which Mrs.
Baker wrote to Mrs. Bettie Caudle,
Holmes County home demonstration
ageat, telling about the rwently
painted floors in the Baker home.
"It is awfully hot, hard work to
scrub now," says Mrs. Baker.
Miss Moore says that there are
still a great many women in the
state who have ill health from hard
work, and she believes that painted
floors will relieve much of the scrub-
bing with home-made shuck mops or
rags. -

The future of agriculture in my es-
timation will be determined by the
on-coming generation of boys and
girls. The boys and girls junior club
work meaning a great deal to the
State of Iowa. Many of those young-
sters, who entered that work 10 years
ago, are now becoming our rural lead-
ers in thought and action, and we
find them sound and constructive in
their leadership.-J. W. Coverdale.

o"e* a h ca scity Gerum* Mi i


Gainesville, -Fla.-The Entomology
Department of the State Plant Board
announces that it again has a fine
lot of whitefly fungus, principally the
Red Asehersonia, available for dis-
tribution. As the older citrus grow-
ers of the state well know, this fun-
gus, when applied during the period
of summer rains, is very effective in
checking the development of the comn-
mea whitefly and eloody-winmed
whitefly of citrus. Growers request-
ing fungus are urged to send a few
dozen leaves for examination and
recommendation. The price is now
$1 per culture, with directions, and
transportation charges prepaid by the
A culture consists of the amount
of fungus that can conveniently be
grown in a pint wide-mouthed bottle
and is sufficient for about an acre of
A few dozen cultures of the Yel-
low Asehersonia, useful only against
the cloudy-winged whitefly, are also
available and will be included in
shipments going into localities in-
fested by this whitefly.
A few dozen cultures of the Cuban
Aschersonia, useful in the control of
the pyriform scale infesting guava
and some other plants, as also some
other soft scales, "are also available.


Gainesville, Fla.-The library of
the Agricultural Experiment Station
has just purchased a complete set of
the Index Kewensis. This is an in-
dex of all of the flowering plants of
the world, and dates back to the time
of Linnaeus, great Swedish botanist
who died in 1778, and whqse system
of nomenclature has been adopted in
botanical work. The Index Kewen-




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Mary and I were talking the lither
day about whether or not we -h,,uld
go to Farmers' and Fruit Groe\rs'
Week at the University this year. Of
course there wasn't much argument
against going, and everything in fa-
vor of going, but we just talk,.d it
over from different angles and then
decided unanimously to go. Mary
generally agrees unanimously ti do
whatever she wants to do.
I figure that Mary and I ie-il a
week's vacation away from the pil:.e.
this summer, anyhow. We' l,.,.n
working pretty hard, both of u.. ,ll|
along, not taking much time off. And
so I believe it would do us g.,,,| to,
get out into something else and g,.t
our minds off our work right ,,n ;,.
Last year I learned a whh ol, .t
about farm crops, livestock, ,h-.;,.
and insect control, pecans. n.all
fruits, etc., and there was a goo,,,! |t
of discussion on citrus, but I 4lii!,t
get to hear all of that. I cuhii't
go to everything. Mary learn j
whole lot about how to impro, aI
home in looks, how to make thi. ;-l
chen more convenient and cotaf,.r.r
able for her, how to sew and ii,,,.
pretty dresses and hats, and hi.a .,
better cook and prepare food :,lt
how to prepare what they call a
anced diet, which I suppose is .,
ies of good square meals. Mary '.,
they mentioned something al,,u
triton and vitamins, but she ,:.,
quite know what those things ,r..
so she just got the practical side .
that anybody could understand. T..,
didn't bring in those big word ".
Another thing that interested i.
Mary and me was the fine frien:
we developed there. We met a :
folks who were farming and ..,.
ested in rural work, just like w ,,.
and we all just had a general .
time together what time we ..
not in classes.
I am told that there will be (d
sions of truck crop problems,
,try, and bee-keeping this year.
i Farmers' and Fruit Growers' \v..,
'for both men and women, is
held August 8-13 this year. :.':,.
and I'll be there. We'd like t
a large number of others there
sis consists of four original vol,.
and six supplements.
The Station library also has c
of The Bradley Bibilography of ..
Woody Plants of the World, the ..
ricultural Index of current literal ,..
and cards of the Library of ,
..... fn.. wTrki:"a 0 a la t -a


= ).I E 3 For Infants and Children

0 ---0
Callahan, June 29.-Mrs. 1 L.
Stokes, of Stokesville, Ga., 'ited
Mrs. W. A. Ogilvie Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dixon anl little
daughter, Nan, of Lessie, *A.r. in
Callahan Sunday afternoon.
J. C. Jones and William Fr ,,man
spent Sunday in Jacksonville re-
Miss Elizabeth Baldwin, of Nliami.
spent the week-end in Callalin with
Miss Emma Harrell, of Du,. i. was
in Callahan Sunday afternoon.
H. E. Pickett made a busin,- trip
to Fernandina Monday.
Mrs. Leroy Jones and Mrs. K. H.
Stokes motored to Jacksonville Tues-
day morning to meet Mrs. -:.kes'
sister, who came from Cuba.
Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Saund4 r and
children, who have been svli;,ling
several days with Mrs. Saunder)' par-
ents, Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith. have
returned to their home in Jackson-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ogilvi.. of
Gainesville, visited Ralph Ogilvi. and
family Tuesday.
W. W. Hodges made a bui;iness
trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.
Mrs. E. H. Stokes left Tut-day
afternoon for Valdosta, Ga., to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes visitedd
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Keen, of Fernan-
dina, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wells, Jr.. are
receiving congratulation- over the
arrival of a daughter, born on the
Mr. C. C. Davis and Mrs. 31amie
Connor visited the latter's sister,
Mrs. Broward Hligginbotham. of
Oneal, Sunday.
Miss Lillian Brandies left Sunday
for DeLand, to visit her sister. Mrs.
Jack Colson.
Mrs. George Wahoo was sent to the
hospital Tuesday.
The Phoenix Utility Company is
laying men off and we know that
Callahan will soon have lights.
G. E. Gupton and Mr. Elias (reen
went to Fernandina Tuesday.
CT. Hagan, Mrs. F. R. Conner,
and Mrs. D. B. Newsome went to
Jacksonville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. N. Conner went
to Jacksonville Tuesday.
"Spend your vacation in Calla-
J. R. Brandies, Jr., of Yulee, spent
the week-end with his sister, Mrs. K.
W. Hodges.
Edwin and Ruth St. John leave
Wednesday for Connecticut to visit
their grandparents.

By Spuds Johnson

Noti,.e- i h- I, : II .n that J. E
Johnsun. puir, I,.,- i ,, 'I', certificatee
No. 104. dated I. ., ,. o' ,fi June. A.
D. 1922. has .-.t .1 certificate in
nmy off es. j,,,, I ... 1 .*- application
for tax de-.I t I s i,,' an accordance
with law 8ai l it,-'ate embraces
the following ,i.-. ,.-.rl i.roperty situ-
ated in Nassaiu -in, Florida. towlt:
NK'. of .41": it N 14 %" Section 23.
Township 4 Nrthl. K:t1,. 23 East.
The said hltlai 1-. i*g assessed at the
date of tlhe is-u'ii.ii.'r f such certifi-
cate in the Ia:,a. ,-f KS: Blanchard.
Unless said ,.- .rt, t .'- Ijahl be redeem-
ed au-rordilig I,.- 1 I.1% deed will ls-
sue herpel on i h :.I t. of July.
A. I). 19 27.
W i;,.t ,- f,< I, ,,I i. 1* i :t i iture and
seal thii til. ""J '' .1une, A. D.
iSeal) Se li t;ESS.
'Clrk of C'ir-uit Court Nassau coun-
ty. Florida. 6-24 to 7-22
N(or : F BIDS
The II'.:trol -f "C-ounty <'I.mmiss.ioners
of i '.tuint Fli.r l.i. hereby In-
v'ites bids t., kc- filvd G. C.
Burgess. Clerk. on or before ten o'clock
A. M.. Saturday. July 2nd 1927. for
construction of 25.000 lineal feet more
or les-s ,f Ta-, lli-NV.a> I:uard Fenc-
In.g vitlih eitlhr pine and or cypress
pIsts. along fills on concrete highway
between Fernandina and Yulee. same
to be cinstru' ted ;n a-.,'ordatnce with
specificati.n-si ,t Florida State Road
Department, contractor to furnish all
lumber and m.ateria! and specify time
for completion.
Thcn ( inty C.rtmmis.inrner reserve
the right to. reject any or all bids, or
any portion thereofhairman.
1 IL (;lOINt( Chairman.
Board of County Commisiloners.
Attest: G. C. BURGESS. Clerk. 7-1
In the Matter of the
Estate of D. T. Hladdock. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned as executor of the estate of
D. T. Haddock, deceased, will on the
29th day of July. A. D. 1927. file my
final return and account and vouchers
with the Honorable County Judge in
and for Nassau County. Florida. and
at the same time a-k fur the approval
of said account and vouchers and peti

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Rev. J. E. Woodward, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.


1) .A. Partin, superintendent; Mr. E.
W. Bailey, teacher Men's Bible Class.
I'arents are urged to attend and
bring the children to Sunday school.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sacrament each first
Sunday morning.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
Members urged and expected to be
present. Friends- visitors and stran-
gers always most cordially welcome.

How about a subscription to the
Chamber of Commerce.

Mothers Know That

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For Over

Thirty Years



T. J. Herring, minister.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. James
A. Smith, superintendent. Classes
for all ages.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
8:00 p. m. every Sunday.
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 7:00 p. m.
Miss Marguerite Sauls, president.
Intermediate and Junior B. Y. P.
U. at 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Meade Higgin-
botham, leader.
Strangers and visitors in our town
are always welcome to our services.

Let the Leader print that job. Sat-
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A general and imptial survey of automobile owners
emndcy mcducited by a gra oigLnation, shows that
344679 owners of other ca intend to change to Buick
a time they buy a car

11me own have compared their car with BuiMc-ia
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Vera Stami Wall Street stenog-
rapher, in her six ounces Summer I
clothes inchlding*frock, shoes.
stockings and "andies'-"Econom-
S al ad comfortablc,"-says Miss

Sixth and Alachua Streets.
Rev. W. T. Overstreet, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. ni. Miller
1". Askins, supt.
Regular services on Sundays at 11
I anid :00 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday night.
A kind invitation is vivpn to come
with us to any of these services.

N'oti.-' i e herhly given that TTh
'..;ird ,( 'ut lic Instruicti,-n of Nassaui
,unit. lh,lrida. and .1. K St'-.w rt.
l.,uis A. Klarer. and F I 1. l, in.
' '--, t c 'ial TIx Sii ,. IJ listri. t
N\ 1 4f N;,sl au county % ,I"riili. par-
,:aiscrs .' Tax C rt it ot,* N ,. 2"-'`
,tAe'd tI. 51th day oif .1u1 .%. Ip 1'w''"
i -: filtd s;.iid certifi<-at.- ino ,fti'
;.,I has rnadle applieatiin fr 'l'ax -*. !
I issue in accordance with law. 8., ,i
r-rtifivatt mnilbraces tite' ,Iho to d,1 -
, -l,.-4 property situait..i in N.i,'.Iu
*urntv. Fhlorida, to-"il.
TheI N l of Lot 1 in I:li ,k 141., City
of F'ernan.dlina.
Thi. -aid land hIeinm ., .- sl :it the
la -,t ,f the iissuan h ,. 1 1 '-ate
inl tl" tiname ,of M:tr- r. I I>:!, :rrds.
Ilni.-- said certifi't- --. il : 'l m-
ad t ,reli Kg to li v, t:,\ ,I- '1 % issue
their, ., in o i tie le th I .0.1 f .Iu!.. \. D.
S, i mv i'i .' ;li- arnd
.se 1 this the" IGthi l: ,, .in-. A. 1).
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ci. I orf ircuitl o '.* .' I'to un-
ty, i-'lrida. 7-15
NOTIICE: O1 Aplll'lIA 4l% 1't4Ot TAX
IIa -: I I
N-t e*e Is herel\ .i\ t Ihit Isabelle
Itl.-.. purchaser .l" '..,' '--tificates
No. .t; tind 777. d t0.-I l.- ., ,1 day of
Jun. A. LD. 1922. h1 '. il ,,, eertifi-
Cat inl my offir.' :arni is n leI appll-
caltilor ftr tax d.t-d., :.l t. i l accord-
a < .%- with l law. S,'l,, .,rlilftaleS ernm-
bra..- the following it.. il property
sit~lal4.d in \;ts..i 1* 1ii. Flurlda.
to-u-v ti:
Th, N ':. f .,,I ". i, S. ,.tion 30.
Town ihip 3 N,,-rth. I:.' 2s l.:st, also.
tile S.S of I,,,o ::, i, >* ti,,u :j. Town-
ship :i North. l;an>-i L, The said
land Iet-ing a.s.. .s*. .l i : isSu .tii,-e tf sr -l i : ;tt in the
narn f JIsal..ll.- 1:1..I U' said
certifi.-ates .-haill I,. r, ,l"- accord-
Ing to law. ta\ *1. -,1 !" sl'.iue thereon
on the 1Slh Witness il\ .,, nitl mature and
seal this th, l,;tli l Junet A. D.
(Seal) <: <' 1 ;' :SS.
Clerk of i',r, lt i .tl \ ssou Coun-
ty. Florida. 7-15
NOTICE o "rrR tIl.< l''l I'OR TAX
I, a- a-: ii

Medlin-P'acock Buick Company

Jacksonville, Florida

A. 6. V0INN
Sheet Metal Worker


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Frdy, jMY 1. 1927


Pace Seven


his Week


Deeds of individual courage still
Arouse the world more than any
other achievement. Lindberghs'
welcome proves that men feel, to-
day, as they did about Grillon, Du-
guesolin or Perseus. The individu-
al fighter, doing it himself, is the
man adored by the crowd.

Any man is courageous with
many around him. With a crowd,
it is easier to go than not to go.
But, by yourself, it is different.
The great crowds that howl for
Lindbergh, and that were asleep
when he started off in the fog,
alone, at daybreak, know why they
applaud him.

A lookout on the cruiser Mem-
phis, bringing Lindbergh home,
called out, "There she blows, broad
on the starboard bow." Lindbergh,
on the bridge, saw a big bull whale,
accompanied by his "cows," keep-
ing close to their lord and master
as he rolled and spouted.

Nothing could have made that
bull whale believe that the tiny
man on the bridge had flown
across the Atlantic Ocean, in the
other direction.
How can you hope to make an
atheist believe that there exists a
Divine intelligence flashing from
one universe to another, pervading
all space? The bull whale and the
atheist KNOW. You can't fool

Thank heaven for Lindbergh.

He may make this Governmet re-
alize that to be defenseless in the
DEFENSELESS. He told the
Chamber of Commerce in New
York: "We don't want war, and
the way to avoid it is to be pre-
pared for it. We need greatly en-
larged commercial air service,
greatly increased air mail service,
to develop good pilots. It takes
longer to make a pilot than to
make a flying machine."
He reminded New York of the'
disgraceful fact that the richest
city in the world has no air port,
and must travel far off to Long
Island to find one.

And he said in substance this:
"They talk about anti-aircraft guns
as a defense against airplanes. A
hundred fast planes would soon
clear a battleship's decks of its an-
ti-airc'aft guns. Then a dozen
bombers would sink it. The anti-
aircraft guns might, but probably
wouldn't, bring down a few pilots,
destroy a trifling sum in airplanes.
But airplanes would wipe out a
$20,000,000 battleship and its great
crew of men."

Many people, including the Gov-
ernment, most listen to Lindbergh.
That's the advantage of climbing
to a high place among men. You
can MAKE others listen.

Much of woman's trouble has
been caused by her prejudice
against her own sex, her lack of
mercy for other women that go
wrong, her contempt for women
generally. Miss Bessie Mack, of
Chicago, accused of flirting by two
large policewomen, "beat them up"
when they sought to arrest her.
She surrendered peaceably to a
very small policeman, saying, "No
woman can arrest me."

Sir Oliver Lodge, who believes
in ghosts and spirits, says that
with synthetic protoplasm life can
be created in the laboratory. This
says Lodge, does not belittle God's
power, for man is God's creation
and might well imitate his Maker
on a small scale.
He MIGHT, .but he, WONT.
That is, he will not create the only
life that counts-the life that
Real life is THOUGHT, not

About /our


Things You Should Know

Hot Weather Hints
Assuming that there will be
some hot weather this summer, it
behooves the "fats" as well as the
"leans" to get all the comfort out
of it that is possible. Perspiration,
a most valuable process, should
not be arrested, but its discom-
forts should be dealt with intelli-
gently, if it becomes disagreeable.
Light, airy clothing is indispensa-
ble; it permits free access of air to
the person, which is effectual in
carrying away excess moisture.
Some people have sweat-glands
that are excessively active, especi-
ally the fat bodies with nervous
temperaments-these may attempt
to limit skin-drainage, by main-
taining more free action of bowels
and kidneys. It is not always ad-
visable to cut down water-drinking
in hot weather, unless it be the
intake of ice-water, which fur
many reasons is not good for the
human system. Neither should
plenty of exercise be neglected; ex-
ercise and plenty of good, cool
water, are among the best con-
servers of health.
If your perspiration has a very
offensive odor, your elimination by
bowels and kidneys is insufficient;
lessen your dietary of animal and
saccharine foods.
Locally, bathing, especially the
cool shower is tonic; the coarse
dry towel is a faithful ally. Many
powders are used for dusting re-
mote surfaces; know the quality of
the stuff you buy. If the skin
presents a "greasy" surface, the
stearate of zinc is excellent-may
be used freely without danger of
poisoning in any way. The only
precaution to be observed, never
dust baby so that he inhales the
powder-and this applies to any
dusting-powder on the market.
The stearate of zinc is a good face-
powder after shaving, especially if
the cuticle is oily in appearance.
Borated powders are very useful
on irritable skins, and, entirely
harmless. No dusting compound
should contain lead.
(Next week: Right Living),

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G d_ Peaches and Melons
Springtime brings peaches-the
smaller, honey-sweet peaches of
South Florida first, while in June and
July we have many varieties, some
for canning, such as the Clings, the
White June peach and then the large,
highly flovered Elbertas.
Peaches, to be at their best, must
be perfectly ripened and without
blemishes, for only in this state can
the full deliciousness of their flavor
be appreciated. Aside from their
flavor, peaches have a distinct diet-
etic value, being rich in mineral salts
and vitamins, and have a high wa-
ter content that makes them cool and
refreshing. Fresh or stewed, they
possess some laxative properties
which help to keep the system in good
condition during the hot weather.
The peach season is not overly
long, hence it behooves all peach lov-
ers to make the most of it while it
is here. Uncooked peaches are by
far the best in flavor and should be
used in the fresh state as often as
possible. However, it is necessary
James McDow av to cook them also, in order to emn-
James McDonald of New Haven, serve the surplus and to avoid mo-
Conn.. five times president of the notony.
Amerin Road inotony.
knowAmerican thRoad Builouthders Ass'n. is Many are fortunate to still have
"tbaher of gooduh e routry Valencia oranges in the groves.
t gorodThere is no more delicious gastro-
REFLECTIONS OF THE ALUMNI nomical harmony than may be effect-
ELETnt S Of Tp E AL ed by the blending of peaches with
The alumni .f itmny schools and oranges.-both thinly sliced-the or-
colleges have bc ack to the in- ange of course, with all ray removed, t
itutions fro hi they graduatedsweetened nly sbeforelightlyand thor-
(ureing the past hey alot oughly chilled before serving. V
dui-in the past ninth. It is a mo- These summer months that bring
ment of deep .-1'1inent when athey These:nesb man oat b rin
return to then, susin when th e peach, also bring other good "
and meet fut er s classmates Soh things--melons of all types and var-t
thad meet fsr cladssmaytes. Sona ieties. The well ripened, fragrantly a
thoughts f salnss may come as inviting home-grown types, the hum- i
they recall the. vanished days. sble little nutmegs, the aristocratic
But as thi y think of the fruitage Cousins, the Sasaba, and the Honey-
the years ;ha brought, and all that dew, and last, but not least, the al-
waess ear, for then by the ways popular watermelon t
lessons le in schoolthey d- These melons also blend delicious-
cide that ag is not so much a ques- y with peaches.
tion of Years. is of one's ability to Melons, like peaches, must be well
keep the Sir! ,,f youth. So long as ripened, if flavor is to be at its best.
Peope can hoping, they cal They should be heavy for theirs
keepi with stem ends that are pliable. Take
Note, too, that a spicy perfume ema-
The Life Insurance Country 'nates even through the rind. In the
------t cantaloupe and nutmeg varieties, the
Seventy five per cent of all life rougher coated specimens are best.
insurance ig written by Americans, If, for all of one's care in the se-
according t,, the New York state election of a melon, it proves rather
superinttnd.nt of life insurance. tasteless, there are ways to develop
Here is a fact that has a lot to do flavor. If ripe but merely insipid, re-
with American prosperity. The re- move seed and brush inner surface
suit is "th-it when a business man or with lime or orange juice, sprinkle
wagear ris t n away, the
a takengwY with powdered sugar and a trace only
chance, nare that he leaves some con- of nutmeg or cinnamon and chill
siderahl, of money to his wife thoroughly before .serving. Or fill
and childr,.n. This permits the fain- halves with grape juice and set aside
ily to ke ,, up somewhere near its to chill for several hours.
former standard of living, and pro-
vides educat-1,,n for its children. If President Coolidge is asked to
This ras a condition of stable state his views os the issues of the
welfare that tides a multitude of day, he will probably be willing to
families. ,%,r hard times, and pre- tell how he thinks fish should be
vents an enormous amount of pover- caught.
ty. ,~,PCme out into the garden Maud."

E ~ Gne EhaYearsj

Joseph Franklin Stone joined the
U. Army in 1919, serving Cob-
lekn Germany. Last beard from In
'February. 1923 at Ft. Moultrie,
Charleston. S. C Parents dead. His
aunt. Miss Nancy McPhail, Lumber-
too. N. C, R. No. S wants to hear
from him. Do you know him? Have
F" seen himr

About 25 years ago the July Four-
h observances reached about their
peak of noise and danger. The public
was willing to let the young crowd
have the noise which was as sweet
music in their ears, but when it came
to filling our hospitals with wounded
and setting our towns afire, they said
t was about time for a little common
In time the custom of celebrating
the national birthday by mere noise
will probably come to be regarded as
crude and old fashioned, as suitable
more for backwoods districts where
any kind of noise is welcome. "But
of course young children will always
be tickled by big noises.


National patriotism tells us to sup
port our government, and local pa
triotism, which is equally important
tells us to back up the institutions
and enterprises of our home town.
If the business men of a common
ity expect the loyal support of theii
home people, they need to de'mon-
strate by advertising that they are
giving their people the full worth of
their money.
Our country has gone ahead be
cause our people love it and have
time and energy to develop it. Ou
home towns will go ahead on the
same conditions.

The old man may not make ou






Men, Women

and Children



S"The Big Store With Little Prices"


t I



THE MEANING OF HOLIDAYS Ion a moderate amount of noise, and better for our children. e people
.he never forgets that he was young will always listen t, tha.^ t of talk.
11 lidays are set apart as days free n But he asks what has if it is brief and \\idt. :, e
labor, so as to impress certain e. But he asks what has the .
i.on the minds of the people. But holiday accomplished to put patrio- It's the solid worth l.,me-spent
on the minds of the people. Butic thoughts in the minds of the peo- money and good words at will
of these observances do not pie? make our city bigger ;a better in
to all successful toward that The July Fourth observances are every way.
et+ ; Inot as noisy and destructive as for-
ke the Fourth of July. for in- nearly, and many towns plan pleasant ----
which is in our minds at this exercises which do accomplish some- ''.'+'-:-:......:......
;' It was established as a holi- thing in developing patriotic feeling.
in order to impress patriotic This should be done each year in
S-its on the minds of the people. every community to develop love for fi
muplished that result for many country. The people will not listen W ll I1IIIIUV *
when people used to listen to to long winded addresses the way lI U UU HIW/ll N
nt addresses on patriotic sub- they used to, but there is always a .!.
But for many years the peo- chance for a popular speaker, who x
S've used the holiday mostly for understands how to hold the interest REALTORS
and outings, and it is the fav- of the people, to talk to the crowd
time with the kid element for about what the holiday means. O
i K ng a big noise. If there is a After he has got the people good crowd in a town, they take natured by a few humorous stories, latic Ave. Tel. 27
: advantage of the leeway offer- let him set forth in a few words what
VI""q that occasion. our country has done for us, and Zy
t, sensible citizen does not kick what we should do to make it still 4,0.............. ...


Fam ELL.


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 Year MoeOy-Let
Us Hold Year Reserv




Floyd Brooker, of Jacksonville,
was a Sunday visitor in Fernandina.
WANTED-Shark Fins and Ter-
rapins. Mee May Jan Co. tf
G. E. Gupton, of Callahan, was in
the city Tuesday attending court.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith spent
last Sunday in Jacksonville.
Miss Florida Scott left Sunday for
a two weeks' vacation with her aunt,
Mrs. W. M. Masters, at Elkton, Fla.
WANTED-An unfurnished lower
floor room for storage of furniture.
Box 776, Fernandina, Fla. tf

Willie and Clarence Lohman, of
Jacksonville, spent Sunday with rela-
tives in Fernandina.
WANTED-Hickory and Ash logs.
Brown Bros. Co., Gainesville, Flor-
ida. 6-24 to 7-8
Martin Henderson motored to St.
Augustine and other points on the
East Coast Sunday.
Ice Cream delivered anywhere in
the city. H. 0. Livingstone, phone
87. Ut
0. W. Barnes spent the latter part
of last week, and first part of this
week in Jacksonville.


S. C. Brock was among the Hilliard
citizens in Fernandina attending
court Tuesday.

Furnished apartment down stairs.
Green Tree Inn, corner Cedar and
Eighth streets.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Suhrer attend-
ed the Golden-Barton wedding in
Jacksonville on Wednesday.
FOR RENT-Four room cottage
with bath. Tenth street. Mrs. S.
Carrio. tf
Little Miss Florence Trushin, of
TalUl..e, is in the city on a visit
to her little cousin, Margaret Fishier.
R. H. Jones, Jr., of Callahan, spent
Tuesday in the city attending circuit
FOUND-ONE cheap watch. Own-
er may have same by calling at this
office and paying 25c for this adv.
T. H. Davis, the turpentine man
from Hilliard, was in the city on
Tuesday attending circuit court.

FOR RENT-Cottage opposite the
Keystone Hotel, all modern conven-
iences. Apply J. M. Adams, City.
Old papers for sale at this office
at 5c per bundle.


sw am&

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, thu.
marching to the Rex Theatre to'
Harry Langdon.
Ice Cream delivered anywhere
the city. H. 0. Livingstone, ph;


're Capt. A .W. Baker, of the Coast
. rd,,A left on Saturday for tho


Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Shave a::di ons,
Thomas and Layton, and Mr.-. j M.
Roux, spent Monday in Jackz.nille.
FOR RENT-A furnished t 1ed-
room. Apply to Mrs. W. B. :Iker,
corner of Sixth and Beech strtt. tf
One of the newest arrivals in t,)n

jue& ,lul t e A----- wr V
North to take command of one of the
large new ships now being placed in
B. B. Brooks spent Monday and
Tuesday in Atlanta, Ga., where he
attended the meeting of the Oakland-
Pontiac dealers of the Southern
Mrs. Mary Bennett and grand-
da -hter, Miss Barbara Tillotson, of
M1: port, Fia., are visiting the for-
nt 's mother, Mrs. G. D. Baarslag,

is the dollar watch at Suhrer'. and and family.
it is a good one.
o Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Mathews and
Miss Marie Cone returned to J el:- ba' v have re-urned to their home at
sonville last week, after a visit with St. Peter. bu:rg, after a pleasant visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. c(Cne to Mrs. Mat iev.s' mother, Mrs.
o Weks, and sister Mrs. F. H. Hobein.
FOR RENT-Downstairs !;ght- -
house keeping apartment. Mrs. M. The many friends of Tom Hernan-
C. Goodbread, cor. 5th and Ash. tf dez will be glad to learn that he is
o getting aloirg nicely, after an opera-
All kinds of furniture for your ti< n for appe ndicitis at St. Vincent's
cottage or porch at Jones-E. der hospital. Jack'sonville, on Wednesday.
Furniture Store. 7-8 ____
WANTED-To buy odd piece of l.ouis Brt *:s, son of Mr. and Mrs.
furniture. Address all mail to l ,.ad- B. B. Brooks. khit on Thursday for a
er office. 2t t .. -'.-*' -:y at Camp Carolina,.
o Brevard, N. C. His parents accom-
Moving and Storage of Funiture. panied him as far as Jacksonville.
Price reasonable. By Jone.-Elder J. d .Mrs. John E. Williams
Furniture & Storage Co. 7-8 ... sn,. r. Elwyn Williams, of
Fedie Lohman, Loisville. Ca.. were visiting Mr.
Ferdie Lohman, of Jacksonvilh., is Williams' sister. Mrs. Leslie J. Klotz,
spending several days here at the at the Klotz summer home, Glen-
bedside of his father, Mr. W. J. Loh-
man. who still continues wuit last ilweek.

ars t .e hoa r m .. F E
Parrish, the Photographer. main-' F RES It VEGETABLES Mrs.


Weh Ae asesAmbtled for this
occeasin large rsriety of
SUteIlVae ifts is SNtrliny
flat-ware, Cry st / and
CAimn, goods thet appeal
and are practical. ~Ae
latest erstienis f IAt
Standard aanf etaeurors.
Sipe us tA epportuliy of
serwinM you.

,C. Srunwald

tains a Free Clini, for Crippled Nicholson, from tilliard, will be in
Kodaks and gives 24-hour service on Fl nrnandina Saturday morning at 9
Kodak Finishing. tf o', lock with vegetables for sale. Will
o e found at the home of Mrs. T. Sa ANNOUNCEMENT APPROACHING MARRIAGE
Your Meats and Vegetable, are Davis.
kept clean, fresh and palatale in 0 MR. AND MRS. A. F. SAULS Of wide interest is the approaching
our sanitary electric market., ntrnes' Andrew Allan, Jr., left yesterday announce the marriage of marriage of Miss Anna Wright Wil-
New Market and Grocery. for a two-months' sojourn at Camp, their daughter liams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
--- o Carolina, Brevard, N. C. He was ac- WILLIE MARGUERITE win Raymond Williams, of this city,
Send your dyeing and cleaning to companies as far as Jacksonville by to and member of two prominent pio-
Rogers & Jones, 611 Main street, his parents., Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Al- MR. EDGAR NORRIS BEDLEY neer families of Florida and Ten-
Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay parcel lan. Tuesday evening, June nessee, and Mr. John Prey lines, of
postage on returning, o- 28th, 1927. this city, also of an old family line in
o Simplex, the one piece piston ring Libernt county, Ga.-Florida Times
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis King. Louis with side expansion, embodying all ALBERTS-WEBB Union, June 26th.
Fe reira and brothers, returned Sun- the good points of multiple rings Th Uon Jn2 b d th
day from a Motor trip to Mohlh and without their faults. Positive re- On last Tuesday evening, in the interest by the many friends of Miss
Bayou LaBattre, Ala. 1 suits given-not merely promised. Methodist Episcopal Church parson- Williams, who prior to 1915 made
Louis Bale returned home un Distributed by Davenport-Brooks age, Rev. J. E. Woodward, pastor, her home in Fernandina.
Louis Bale returned home Sunday Corporation, phone 91. united in marriage Mr. Joseph W.
from a two-weeks' vacation spent o Alberts, of Chicago, Ill., and Miss
among the high spots at Brevard, Mrs. John Castrounis and little son, Luella Webb, of Tampa, Fla. Let us do your printing.
N. C.Mike, who have been spending sev-
nrs M A m ral weeks in Jacksonville, returned GULLEY-COWART
Mrs. J. M. Adams returned Friday home on Monday. Mrs. Castrounis RTR
from a two-weeks' visit with her was there for medical treatment and On Monday, June 27th, Mr. Alfred
father and other relatives at Live returned home much benefitted. Gulley, of Jacksonville, and Miss Ola
Oak. 0o May Cowart, of Kirkland, Ga., wereRPU
o Simplex, the one piece piston ring united in marriage at the court house EXPI RT HERE
FOR SALE-1925 Oldsmobilk Se- with side expansion, embodying all by Judge Herbert V. Burgess.
dan, $200 cash. Five good tires, car the good points of multiple rings
in first class condition. Apply at without their faults. Positive re- JONES-McDONALD
Acosta's Market. Phone 109. suits given-not merely promised. F. H. Seeley, of Chicago and Phila-
-- Distributed by Davenport-Brooks Mr. Kyle N. Jones and Miss Willie delphia, the noted expert, will per-
Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Pickett, and Corporation, phone 91. M. McDonald, both of Jacksonville, .
children, of Callahan, spent Sundry -- ------ were united in marriage on Monday, sonally be at the George Washington
here as the guests of Mrs. Pickett's Mrs. C. P. Thornton and two June 27th, by Judge H. V. Burgess. hotel, and will remain in Jacksonville
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Burgess. daughters, Miss Agnes Thornton, of this Monday only, July 4th, front 9
o ----St. Petersburg, and Mrs. James Brad- The moth larva does but one thing a. m. till 5 p. m. Mr. Sheeley says:
Neptune Lodge No. 37, Knights of ley, of Tampa, arrived in Fernandina and does it well-it eats and eats and "The Spermatic Shield will not only
Pythias, has appointed a committee Sunday for a visit with the former's eats. Carpets, rugs, upholstery, retain any case of rupture perfectly.
to canvass the situation and report sisters, Mrs. W. Theo. Wass and Mrs. clothing, woolens and furs are rid- the average ase. Being a vast ad-
on the feasibility of a K. of P. band. Hattie Hernandez. idled with holes to satisfy the ernorm- vancement over all former methods-
Son ous appetite of the moth larva. Fly- x.mnplafyinc instantaneous effects im-
------o- o 11oous appetite of the moth larva. My'[mediately appreciable and withstand-
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gresham and Simplex, the one piece piston ring Tox kills the moth, the eggs and the ing any strain or position no matter
family, of Jacksonville,. were the Sun- with side expansion, embodying all larva. e sior lonat runsors dffiul
day guests of the latter's brother, G. the good points of multiple rings Fly-Tox is the scientific insecticide operations) specially solicited. Thin
instrument received the only award in
M. Gresham, and wife without their faults. Positive re- developed at Mellon Institute of In- England and in Spain. producing re-
Gsults given-not merely promised. dustrial Research by Rex Fellowship. ,ults without surgery. InJections, medi-
Get a 1'ortable P'honograph for 'Distributed by Davenport-Brooks Simple instructions on each bottle al .Tioret Ae l asoer s l be ce.-
your summer outing. One dollar Corporation, phone 91. (blue label) for killing ALL house- tin d against the use ta eleaste or
a week at Jones-Elder Furniture o hold insects. Insist on Fly-Tox. Fly rest where the ummp I. andmnt where
Store. 7-8 M. M. Hackett, manager of the Tox is safe, stainless, fragrant, sure. the oprenlto. Isproduefses eve esJtion
Jeoa-sle Fiurntur &stnlg sug peiatime. Mr.
------------- Jones-Eder Furniture & Storage Every bottle guaranteed. .eeley has documents from the United
"Tramp, Tramp, Tramp" ranks Co. here, is spending several weeks .------o states Eovernment. Washinston. D. C..
with the great t comedies ever at the headquarters of that store in Simplex, the one piece piston ring ,,i' ratee without charge or fit them
made-and why int? Harry Lang- Jacksonville. During his absence with side expansion, embodying all if d.sired. Business demands prevent
don made it. Mr. F. H. Gorenflo is taking his the good points of multiple rings t a any other lace th
---------- place in the store here. without their faults. Positive re- ,-every stasmt in tto istkw
Mrs. C. R. llillyer and childr,.n, of o sults given-not merely promised. hb been verified boe the Federal
Jacksonville are the guests >,f the Mrs. Eugene W. Brown, of Lake Distributed by Davenport-Brooks and te office 117 HN. Dearborn St..
former's parents, Mr. and Mr:. S. J. Wales, arrived Sunday for a few days' Corporation, phone 91. ,'. ,a1,,.
Kennard. visit to her grandmother, Mrs. S. E. o p. s.-Pr.rd Warainag-Beware of
----o------- Prewitt, and aunt, Miss Annie Prew-I A delegation of local Knights of tranii.iit impostors who imitate and
Mrs. W. A. Davis and little d:,aigh- itt, and uncle, C. Prewitt, and farm- Pythias plan to attend a meeting in i ,'athe ptwording of my ads. and
ter, Louise, left last week for Nor- ily. She left yesterday for a few iJacksonville tonight. a, t....-tr-ve the public.
walk, Ohio, whe-re they will vi:,' re- days' visit to her uncle, J. M. Spur- "
latives. lock, and family, at Callahan, before "
o returning to her home. -
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Merro.v and
little son, after spending ,eral.
Fernandinaths day.eretur Renew Your Health Boost Your industries

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ma of by uriication

Horsey's Drug Store

We Deliver to Any Part d the
Sun&Py Inclued

Eastman Kodaks Developing

on_ _

Jacksonville, spent me week-en.: here
as the guests of the former's rlrents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. R. Mann.
Little Miss Charles Virgin Bes-
sent, of Jacksonville, is the g t of
her cousin, little Miss C(` rine
Monday, July 4th, Indel' *ence
Day, being a legal holiday the
State of Florida, the First :. ional
Bank of Fernandina will l". !used
for business on that day.
Misses Fay and May Bern. af-
ter a two-months' visit a their
aunt and uncle, Mr. and 'rs. s.
Bernstein, left for their hom, New
York City on Monday. } route
they will stop for short .s in
Newport News, Va., Washir,. ," D.
C., and Baltimore, Md., visit rela_
tives in the latter city.

Any physician will tell you that
"Perfect Purification of the System
is Nature's Foundation of Perfect
Health." Why not rid yourself of
chronic ailments that are undermine. i
ng your vitality? Purify your en-
tire system by taking a thorough
ourse of Calotaba,--once or twice a
week for several weeks-and see how
Nature rewards you with health,
Calotabs are the greatest of all
system purifiers. Get a family pack.
age, containing full directions. Only
36 cts. At any drug s are. (Adv.)

s. Pret rltlm f. r
Malaria, Chills and Fever
Dengue or Bilious Fever.
it killa the germs.

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

Bread, Rolls, Cake

and other bakery goodies under the
wrapper are quality Home Products.

Insist on


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