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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 15, 1927
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00048
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pernandlna News.Rcor.. c W ionsoitdated
NUs County Lader. Es f D 15. 1920



So O
The annual rally of the 4-H Clubs High and low tides predicted for
of Nassau county was held at the the Port of Fernandina at the foot of
Fernandina Beach Casino Thursday DeSoto street for the week beginning
and the occasion brought not only the Saturday. July Itith, and ending Fri-
members of the boys' and girls' clubs day, July 22nd:
of the county, but almost everybody Saturday, July 16th- High, 9:32
else who could get there, a. m 10:00 p. ni.; low., 3:42 a. m.,
The day's events started with the 3:::3 p. m.
assemblage of the Junior Council in Sunday. July 17th-High, 10:21
the pavilion. The meeting was pre- a. m., 10:46 p. im.; low, 4:27 a. m.,
sided over by Miss Margaret Blount 4:27 p. m.
of Callahan, retiring vice-president Monday, July 18th-High, 11:12
of the council, in the absence of the a. m., 11:36 p. ni.; low, 5:13 a. m.,
president, Miss Marguerite Cason, of 5:18 p. m.
Hilliard. Miss Louise Owens, of Tuesday, July 19th-lligh, 12:05
Yulee, secretary, was present and re- p. m.; low, 6:02 a. m., 6:16 p. m.
corded the minutes of the session. Wednesday, July 20th-High, 0:27
The following were elected offi- a. m.l:01 p. m.; low, 6:55 a. m.,
cers to serve the council for the ensu- 7:18 p. m.
ing twelve months: Thursday, July 21st-Hligh, 1:22
President-Miss Margaret Blount, a. m., 2:00 p. m.: low, 7:51 a. m.,
Callahan. 8:24 p. inm.
1st Vice President-Jack Powell, Friday, July 22nd-High, 2:21 a.
Hilliard. m., 3:03 p. m.; low, 8:48 a. m., 9:28
2nd Vice President-Miss Eliza- p. m.
beth Brown, Yulee. There are usually two high and
Secretary-Miss Eleanor Bryce, two low tides each day. Tides fol-
Bryceville. low the moon more closely than they
Treasurer-Miss Evelyn Sauls, do the sun, and the lunar or tidal
Fernandina. day is nearly an hour longer than the
Following the business meeting of solar day. This causes the tides to
the council, Prof. 0. T. Weaver, advance from day to day, and a tide
county superintendent of public in- which has occurred near the end of
struction, made a brief address of one calendar day will be followed by
welcome, which was responded to by a tide that may skip the next day and
Miss Maude Kezar, of Hilliard. occur in the early morning of the
Miss Flavia Gleason, state agent of third day. Thus on certain days only
cooperative home demonstration a single high or a single low tide oc-
work, told of the work that is being curs. In such cases it will be noted
done by the junior councils through- that vacancies occur in the tide
out the state and asserted that under table.
the direction of Miss Pearl Jordan,
Nassau county home demonstration E. IVIN, OF CALAHAN,
agent, and County Agent A. L. Law-SUTH
ton, this county is now classed among DIED SUDDENLY JULY 13TH
the most progressive in the state in -a nh, J u 4- e
the 4-H Club activities. Callahan, July 14.-The many
Miss Gleason was followed by Dr. friends of Mr. E. 0. Irvin will regret
A. P. Spencer, vice-director and to learn of hi' death early Wednes-
county leader, agricultural extension day morning at *his home, Magnolia
division, who explained the purposes Place. M3r. Irvin, who was well
of the Jersey Calf, Pig. Corn and the known throughout Florida, not only
other clubs composed of boys. He as an authority on poultry, but %s a
paid high tribute to Mr. Lawton for public speaker as well, came here
the splendid work accomplished in abhut sixteen years ago. Since then,
perfecting the pig and calf clubs of he and his sons have made great
Nassau county and predicted that strides in the chicken business, hav-
Nassau would before many years be- ing developed the well known Pine-
come a dairy and live stock center as breeze Poultry Farm into the largest
well as the leading poultry county of industry of its kind in the State.
the state. <'allahan is deeply conscious
R. W. Blalock, State boys' club of its loss in Mr. Irvin as a friend,
agent, was the next speaker on the citizen, and promoter of progress in
program and he was followed by every way. Its sympathies go out to
State Extension Dairyman Brown. the bereaved ones. Mr. Irvin is sur-
Both talks were practical and impres- vived by his wife, Mrs. Nina Mc-
sed the adult as well as the youthful Litchey Irvin, his two sons, J. Law-
farmers of the county with the agri- rence and Harold Irvin, and five sis-
cultural possibilities of this section. ters. Mrs. L. D. Thickstun, Mandarin,
Dr. Spencer at the close of their1':. ; Mrs. Eunice Foster, Buffalo, N.
speaking program urged the farmer Y.; Mrs. W. Applebee, Wattsburg,
of Naspau county to attend Farmn.r<' PI'.: Mrs. Austin James, Chicago, Ill.
Week at the University in Ua in. <- :ar'l Mrs. Mary C. Williams, Randolph,
ville, August 8 to 13. N. Y., and one brother, Mr. Willis
The barbecue and picnic dinner Irvin, of Cleveland, Ohio.
was served in the basement of the. Funeral services will be held Fri-
Casino, under the direction of (',11un. day afternoon at 3:00 o'clock from
ty Commissioner L. L. Owens, at ,, ,. the, residence. The Rev. J. T. Boone,
o'clock and this as well as other fe,. :i- ,tor of the First Christian Church,
tures of the day's program \was :a -f Jacksonville, will conduct the ser-
complete success. ives. Interment will be in Ever-
The parade of the 4-I club I,,v. ireen cemetery, Jacksonville.
and girls proved one of the mn,- in-
teresting of the day's events. hitch EMPLOYEES OF PLANTS SHOW
ended with a grand dance in the ,a APPRECIATION TO MR. GARVIN
ino which lasted until midnight. __
PARTY ENJOYED TRIP TO* I R. V. Nolan manager for the Sou-
PARTY ENJOYED TRIP TO thenn States Power Co.,; J. B. G.
ST. MARYS, GA. TUESDAY HIall, in charge of ice collections at
Q e a'the plants, and J. P. Johns, superin-
Quite a crowd of the younger .,. tendent of the plants, presented E.
went to St. Marys, Ga. v- C. Garvin, Fernandina's retiring city
ening to attend a dance, the i,.r' manager, and Mrs. Garvin with a
having been chaperoned ly Mr-,. ~. hammered silver bread tray, a gift
V. Lynn. Those attending ,.re, from the employees of the plants, at
Misses Agnes Thornton. Miss I .:n. their home on Tuesday evening, Mr.
Florence Wolff, Messrs. Wii; m Hall making the presentation speech.
Russell, Maurice Kelly. DI). A. K.i y. The gift was made to show the ap-
Jr., Marcel Kelly, Redmond Kl.iv, preciation of the employees of the
Harry Barker, Charlie Hall, limer many courtesies shown them while
Delk, Raymond Long. Mill.r Askins the plants were operated by the city
and Herschel Askins. At weive under the supervision of Mr. Garvin
o'clock a salad and sandwich c,,urse 4s city manager. Mr. and Mrs. Gar-
was served by Miss Marjor:,. Keat. vin left yesterday for Brunswick, Ga.,

ing. The party was given ,,nor where Mr. Garvin will accept the city
of Miss Keating's guest, ... Rice, managership of that city at a consid-
of Knoxville, Tenn. erable increase in salary, having re.
EVANGEUSTIC BROTHERsigned his position here.

The Evangelistic Broth, r d of
the First Baptist Church F.r n-
dina will conduct services xt Sun-
day, July 17th, at 4:00 p. r~.t Ches-
ter school house. Team ca;aia, W.
E. Adams. Speakers, ,Dr L. L
Banker, G. W. Boring. A. W.Jack-
so. Song leader, IH. C. Haddoek.

A reward of Ten Dollars will be
paid for information leading to the
arrest and conviction of any person
or persons who unlawfully mutilate,
disfigures or damages any of the
traffic highway sigEns along county
roads in Nasmsau county.
By order of the Boar of
Coity Co.I




All Narrow Belts Must Go!

Slip Into This



With Handsome

Gold Faced Buckle

Clothing designers and iianuti.ntur,. : thi*
wide belt has come to stay. Youni ii<4i olh
alike must yield to the style ;rind gr,..,r .*oil-
fort afforded by the wideI belt li.wn I...on-
spicuous for the absentee of go.,, Ii -,-dress
up with this new wide ti-it outfit *,
$1.00. By mail .5v extra.


Only through our i:ying c'n1nKc4 .,ins witli '.0i
aggressive jew.lersi .rv we\ :atbl. to ppres.ent a
belt of this chara.1.-r at such ia ridi'uilously
low price. (etnuin,- ,, wtide-ass;..rt. buckle is g"li faced and can lI- ,ingraved will
your initial. Hurry men'! If y.u want to )be
right in style.


Pheoe 17'



Mrs. B. E. Shepard and her daugh- Rev. Father lHalligan, pastor of
ters, Winifred and Lillian, of 431S the Catholic church at Gainesville,
Third avenue south, entertained at who has been the guest of Father T.
bridge Friday afternoon in honor of G. Jones for the past week. through
Miss Margaret Elizabeth Roux, of the courtesy of Capt. B. J. McNiel
Washington, D. C. and Capt. Jas. A. Morse, went to
Among those present were Miss Dungeness on the pilot boat and
Constance Wilson, of Toronto, Miss spent Wednesday there. A dinner
Imogene Alexander, of Memphis, and was tendered them by Mrs. Henry
Miss Shirley Devereux, E. N. Steven- Miller at "Gray Field," the winter
son, Donald McIntyre and Charles A. home of Mr. Andrew Carnegie. II.
Hall. 'After a delightful day the party re-
Mrs. Shepard and family left Sun- turned home at six o'clock. The in-
day morning by motor for Gardrich, 'vited guests were Mr. and Mrs. D.
Ontario, where they will open their A. Kelly, Col. and Mrs. N. B. Bor-
summer home on Lake Ontario.- den, Mr. and Mrs. I). P. Mularkey,
St. Petersburg Times, July 11. Edwin R. Hlood, Rev. Louis A.
Wheeler, S. J., Mrs. P. R. Brady.
C. OF C. MEET FRIDAY Miss Theodosia Kelly, Miss Elizabeth
Kuhn, Redmond Kelly, Frank Goren-
The regulaIr semi-monthly meet- flo.
ing of the board of governors of the
Fernandina Chamber of Commerce FIRST AID DIRECTOR, AM.
was held at the Fernandina Beach
casino last Friday evening at 8:00 RED CROSS, HERE JULY 21
o'clock, the board enjoying a fish David J. Yates, assistant director
and clam chowder prepared by Gus First Aid Life Saving. American Na-
Smith, chef in charge. Regular tional Red Cross, will be in Fernan-
business matters were disposed of tdinal Red ross wtech be no lernand
and several matters of importance da July -2st to tlifeach local boys and
came up for consideration, which will girls first aid in life saving at Fer-
be gone into more thoroughly at the nandina Beach.
next meeting.

T-Y i The city primary election will b
The Young People's Missionary held at the city hall July 1!0 to ele
Society of the Methodist Church will one member of the City Commissi.
place a number of home-made cakes to serve three years. There are tw
on sale in front of Allan's store on candidates, the present incumbent
Saturday afternoon, July 23. W. T. Haile, and N. B. Borden.




Cold DrinKs

and Ice Cream


Waas' Drng Store



Volume 40-Number 33



in /wr /^ YTI

o 0
In his decisions they see great
Baha'i wisdom. They are doing all
in their power to support and aid him
in his great work. strong in the as-
surance that this is the Cause of
God and that its growth and spiritual
victory over the irreligion of the
world, with its superstition and mis-
ery, is assured and confirmed and
cannot fail.
One of the questions the Baha'is
are often asked is regarding the
number of those who profess this
faith. The strength of this Cause is
a spiritual one, not to be measured
numerically. Even were it possible
to know the exact number of Baha'is
in the world, this record would be
valid but a short while, because the
Cause is growing continually, inter-
est in it is increasing and the hearts
of people are daily becoming more
attracted and more confirmed in the
The Baha'is are widely distributed
throughout the world. During the
days of the Bab, his Cause was con-
fined principally to -4ersia, although
he had adherents also in neighboring
countries. With the rise of Baha'-
u'llah this field, of work was extend-
ed, the Baha'i teachers went north
in Caucasia. Russia and Turkestan,
south into India, east into Burma,
and later on into China. With Baha'-
u'llah's exile in Turkey, Roumelia
and Syria, his Cause spread in those
countries as well as in Egypt and in
The establishment of the Baha'i
Cause in the West has been accomp-
lished under the ministry of 'Abdu'l-
Baha. In the year 1894, a small
group of people in the city of Chicago
became interested in the revelation.
Later, similar groups were formed
in New York, Washington and San
Francisco. In the winter of 1898-99,
the first band of Americtn Baha'i
pilgrims crossed the seas to visit
'Abdu'l-Baha. then in exile in the
Holy Land. Up to that time the
communication between the Ameri-
can Baha'is and 'Abdu'-Baha had
been by writing only. Then with the
added impetus given by contract with
'Abdu'l-Baha these American pil-
grims returned to the West with re-
newed zeal and desire to spread the
From the enthusiasm of this first
band of travelers, new centers for
teaching were founded in France,
England and America. From this
nucleus have developed believers in
all parts of the United States, in
Canada, Mexico, Hawaii, Japan and
Australia, New Zealand and South
America and the West Indies, as well
as in various parts of Germany,
Switzerland and Italy.-Adv.


II. A. llazelhurst, of Baltimore,
Md., representing the Seaboard Pro-
ducts Co., was a visitor to Fernan-
dina on Friday, having come here to
confer with the Nassau Fertilizer &
Oil Co. and the Bailey-Davis Co., lo-
cal steamship agents, relative to ex-
port shipments of fish meal and fer-
tilizer to German ports. Mr. Hazel-
hurst stated to a representative of
this publication that if satisfactory
shipping arrangements can be made,
all export shipments of products of
the Nassau Fertilizer & Oil Co., which
have heretofore been made through
other ports, will be loaded at Fernan-


W The entertainment Monday even-
ing at the Rex Theatre was greatly
enjoyed by the large number present.
Little Miss Suzanne Struss deserves
praise for her grace and chorus in
dancingn, which was heartily ap-
plauded by the audience. "Mammy,"
iMrs. Estelle Briggs; "Farina," Mas-
- ter Leighton Shave, and "The Gang,"
Laura Dell, Elizabeth and Estelle
iShave and Vera Grunwald, brought
the house down, when Leighton ap-
S peared while Mrs. Briggs sang "Stay
in Yo' Own Ba'k Yard." Each num-
ber was good and Mrs. E. W. Bailey
-and Miss Bessie Nagel, who are re-
isponsible for the program, deserve
1a great deal of praise for their ef-
forts to strengthen the building fund
of the Methodist church and St. Pet-
er's church fund.
Miss Nagel and Mrs. Bailey desire
to express their thanks to each one
- who participated in the program and
|who helped to make it such a sue-




The City Commission met in regu-
lar session at 8:00 p. m. Wednesday,
July 13th. Present: Commissioners
W. T. Ilaile and S. R. Merrow. Also
City Attorney 11. J. Baker and City
Manager E. C. Garvin. Absent:
Commissioner P. C. Kelly. In the
absence of Mayor-Cominissioner Kel-
ly, due to illness, Commissioner llaile
The minutes of meetings held .utine
8th, 22nd and July 5th were read
and approved.
Financial reports for month of
June were read in detail and accept-
Bids for assembling and erecting
street markers and plates were open-
ed and tabulated as follows:
L. S. Chadwick. $211.20; C. II.
Klotz, $94.80; W. J. l)avis. $1.11.11;
C. R. Elliott. $189.00; C;et. E. Wil-
lis, $103.12.
A motion was made by ('ominis-
sioner Ilaile and carried that con-
tract be awarded to C. II. Klot-., the
lowest bidder.
A letter from City Manager Gar-
vin, formally tendering his resig-
nation on account of having accept -
ed an appointment as city manager
for Brunswick, G(a.. was read and tihe
resignation accepted. InI connection
with the resignation of Mr. tGarvin.
Commissioner Merrow introduced a
resolution expressing regret aind
a motion was carried that a letter he
written to the City Commission of
Brunswick, (Ga., conimending Mr.
Garvin for his aliility and service,
both as an official and a citizen.
Mr. R. V. Nolan, superintendent
of the Southern States Power Co..
asked that Mr. Garvin explain how
rate of 2 cents per k. w. for use of
electric current was made. stating
that the current could not lIe sold at
that figure. Mr. Garvin ,x\il:rinril
that the rate was possill. undti. r ,v;y
ownership for the reason itha: it
was put out as an advertising f:i
ture, the city calculating if nc,-.s-
sary to absorb the l,,ss. if any. in
production, in sales of ice. light :; ,l
water. It was apparent that tio-
figure of 2 cents did not permit of
any profit, as cost of current was
1 '2 cents at switchboard. In a tr in-
eral discussion the infoirnation w as
brought out that in other cities such
current sold at from-: ;1. cents to
cents per kw.
A letter from J. 0. Cassidy
special representative of til city
Washington in handling the
petition to the Department of (Co'
merce, relative to leasing of sites at beach, as a report (of actii
taken and outlining renmedy to I
taken in December when (Cengr.
convenes, was approved and Mr. (':I
sidy's bill for his services in tihe ,n
of $250 was ordered paid from i 'n
ial account fund.
City Manager Garvin advised th
he had billed the less of hi,:ul h |r
perty with $6.50, cost of minor re
pairs made this month. but had noi
had a reply. The commission tom,
the position that the lessee iniust r.e
fund the city for the work.
An additional sum of $') wa.
appropriated from special account
fund to the baseball association f,,r
completion of grandstand in city
(Continued on Page 4.)


I have worked for forty f,,r
the best interests of Fernanil na. I
was accused of receiving : cnm-
mission for my strenuous effr:: in
putting over the sale of the. ri.nici-
pal plants, which made Fertn:o.lina
the only city in Florida with.,it :i
I shall always work for the. w.iftar.
of Fernandina and I solicit yv ir ,o-
operation and vote on Tuesday. .luly
19th. N. B. BORDEN.


R. V. Nolan, manage-r of the .<,,-
thern States Power Co.. has been hon-
ored by being nominated on the snuh-
committee on oil engine power co.t,
which committee collects and inter-
prets data on oil engine performani.e
and power cost for the American S.-
ciety of Mechanical Engineers, oil
and gas power division exe-cut iv
committee for the year 1927. lle:ad-
quarters for the society are in New
York City.


Theodore II. Hernandez Post No.
54, American Legion, will prem-nt

K .lly. J.



* ..


(teat e raterpr3-en D uretiea)


Your name printed on this side of
program entitles you to free admis-
sion to "ROOKIES."
LINE DAY. Benefit Theo. H. Her-
nandez Post No. 54, American Leg-
ion. You've never seen a merry-go-
round of mirth like 'his one. It is
positively one of the funniest pictur-
es ever made in our opinion, and we
believe we are a fair judge of pic-
tures. Other laugh hits look like
pale grins in comparison to it. Com-
plications, romance, thrills, and
laughs, laughs; laughs. (Mrs. C. V.
Lynn and one.) Good comedy. 20
and 40c.

She was merely a miss from Missouri,
but she certainly showed New York.
A sparkling, dancing story of night
clubs of the Great White Way. (Mr.
I). P. Mularkey, Jr. and one. BEN
FOX NEWS. 10 and 25c.

World war aces who think they
know the last word in hazardous fly-
ing, may be able to learn some new
aerial tricks with the showing of
"Rookies," Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's
latest farce comedy coming to the
Rex Theatre Monday and Tuesday.
The story, an original by Byron
Morgan, is laid against a background
of citizens' military training camp
life, and is directed by Sam Wood,
who made a name for himself by
directing many of the most success-
ful Wallace Reid productions.
Wood, who is an authority on film
thrills, is said to have injected air-
plane and balloon stunts which are
almost blood congealing to the spec-
During the filming of the air se-
quences the director called upon the
fliers to "do their darnest," and was
rewarded by a series of thrills that
almost stopped the battery of cam-
eras and forced the cameramen to
take refuge in flight.
Planes swooped from the sky di-
rectly at the camera lenses, banking
when less than forty feet away, while
traveling at almost eighty miles an
hour. That they did not mow down
the cameras is all the more remark-
able when the fact is considered that
the planes had a wing spread of more
than thirty feet.
The plane shots were filmed at
altitudes varying from twenty-five
feet to more than a mile and the bal-
loon thrills were taken at heights
which sometimes carried cameras, di-
rector and east far above the clouds.
The picture was produced with the
co-operation of the government and
many officers detailed to the train-
ing camps appeared in the production
and acted as technical advisors. The
story features Karl Dane, Marceline
Day, George K. Arthur and Tom 0'-
Brien. The supporting cast includes
Frank Currier, Lincoln Steadman,
Gene Stone, E. H. Calvert and the
well-known film actress, Louise Lor-

"Uneasy Payments," the latest Al-
berta Vaughan picture that is com-
ing to the Rex Theatre Wednesday
is a picture that is new kind of com-
edy romance. It is so full of humor-
ous twists and happenings that it is
difficult to tell just which one you
are laughing at.
The romance centers around a
little country girl from Farmdale,
Mo., who wins a Charleston contest
and starts for New York, where she
is confident that fame and fortune
await her.
They do. but not at all in the guise
that she has anticipated. Through
all the riot of fun, and in a few places'
tradegy, she is always the little coun-
try girl, who is a little mystified by
the rush ana worry of her new life.
It is a role that is built for Alberta,
and under the able direction of David
Kirkland she unfolds a story that for
sheer appeal and dry whimsical hum-
or is as great as any that have graced
the screen.

Phil Rosen has made another pic-
ture that can be favorably compared
to his own picturization of "Abra-
ham Lincoln," the picture that won
the Photoplay Medal for being the
greatest picture of 1924. It is "Hea-
ven on Earth" at the Rex Theatre on
The picture is a searching study in
psychology, revealing a very definite
understanding of human nature and
*-_ Y..l Vet for those who nre-


TH," with RENEE ADOREE and
CONRAD NAGEL Heart beats
mingle with drum beats in a truly
great drama of war. Amazing bat-
tle scenes. Paris gone mad. A
thousand other thrills and throbs.
(Mrs. J. C. Rutishauser and one.)
Mermaid comedy, "CHEAP SKAT-
ES." 10 and 25c.

great stars in' one great picture.
(Miss Lucile Peace and one.) Com-
edy drama of an Irish hod carrier,
and a Scotch wad carrier. Has ten
times the laughs of all the Scotch-
Irish jokes put together. Imperial
ED LADIES." Felix Cat Cartoon.
10 and 25c.
in "DON MIKE." White hot adven-
ture and thrilling romance in this
tale of the days of the dons. An
epic of the birth of California. All
the famous Thompson speed and nov-
elty. OUR GANG in "TEN YEARS."
Chapter 6 of "A HOUSE WITHOUT
A KEY." 10 and 25c.

*Anybody who fears that laughter
may increase their girth is herewith
warned to stay away from the Rex
Theatre, where "McFadden's Flats"
will be shown on Friday.
For the latest *First National pic-
ture, filmed by the producing body
of Asher, Small & Rogers, is one of
the greatest laugh hits ever thrown
upon the screen. Not only have all
the comic situations that made the
original stage production a continued
hit for more than thirty years been
retained, but new and novel situa-
tions have been added. The result
is that nobody who cares for whole-
some fun can afford to miss this, the
most promising of the season's suc-
Two of the reasons for the com-
plete success of this picture are Char-
lie Murray and Chester Conklin, who
have been teamed up for the first
time in this production. Charlie, al-
ways excruciatingly funny, finds
greater opportunities than ever in his
association with the gifted Conklin.

By Spuds Johnson
I don't believe that I have ever
seen a boy "come out" like Old Slim
Timmons' boy, Tom, has. Tom has
always been thin, pale and sickly un-
til a few weeks ago, but has recently
begun to grow and develop into a
real boy. Listlessness, paleness and


trition teachim- to the girls and ,, k is under the gen-
men of the rural population of Fl ,,r- >,.erts iion of the Agricultural
ida. Circular 979 "Fool, Nutrin o vision f the Agriculturavision is I
and Itealth" has been use.d this v ,.:,, a b" ti- h t,. This ue Experi-
to the extent of ,.0010 copies ani I i
reprint of 10.000 copies has I., I t i tioni the I-hllege of Agri-
ordered. A series o(f (eight progr:i, tein a'iutrI Bot
fn (,.' 1 ..r: iitt'retcd in agriculture. The
for Women s C(lubl.s studying nIn- .i=te hou eitonstration Depart-
tion has beln supplied to 1i. ci,,ini- ite f l i olh ftor Wo-
ties. A series of leaflets on rii-nt of the Stat college for o-
t a h en has charge of the program for
tion and hwalthl" has beeli supllitd
rural teachers,. local leaders ;d e in charge of the program ar
county ionme tetnonstrat ion n ts Those in charge (of the program are
cou ty lini e demonstration a.n ltg m making preparations for an attend-1
for use in ddemonstrations ai'fg ai
school children of a oi.ance of a large number of Florida
farmers and farm women. It is ex-
New material for WoNieln's 'ltls p.reted that tie attendance record of
and ai set of heIalth sli nut rilit i 1 .j .2 l t hi> p l t e:ir \ ill ib great-
leaflets for sclmi ilrldl re ti in tisral l's ." (.x rt,.\'dl thlis year.great-
and for club nitmembers 1 -1"2' v yexctir
old, are being prepared. lIy Mis- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
Stennis. ____
-- We learned when we werbt quite
SLEEPING OUT DOORS small that "politeness is to do and
say the knidest things in the kindest
We can not all go g ing n sui- way." however, tiere are some few
mer, but many of us enjoy nmuch .4 little ruIles that if followed will make
the benefit of that experience i!,y. us more at ease' in the company of
sleeping on open porches through tI', others. The Florida State Home
summer, and many of the youngster i Demonstration Department suggests
are not happy until they have a tint the following courtesies.
and cot in the back yard, where. tl,y All should stand until a signal is
can dream they are red Indians ,f given by tihe hostess to be seated, and
Man was built to live itn old's s
fresh air, and when ithe shuts iliniself
up in houses he does himself no ,.ood.
The kids who sleep out in their tents
are getting a fine start for hlti.,hy
life, and the older folks on the ilt- ip-
ing porch are getting something i,,.t-
ter than mniedicine.

The people who knock their line
town are reminded that thern. are
trains out of it juite frequently.
If people want to know wheth. r a
city is a good business center, oin i.\-
cellent waiy to fiil out is to i,.,,k
through the local newspapers and m e
if the imerchalias are :iavertinr
. If we send ouir noliil'ney i1ut of ito .'t
by buying our supplies Ill i here. \.
shall send our ipriosperity a :iy at i,,.
same tine.



laziness have gone, and have been re- C
placed by life and activity. t
Tom was over at my house yester- i
day, and I asked him what had hap- f
opened to make him start to grow
and become robust.
"I took a treatment for hook-
worms," he replied, and added, "be-
lieve me. I sure feel a lot better, too."
Old Slim's family had always been
rather careless about the use of a
good sanitary privy. Part of the
time they used an old rickety closet
that was open to flies, pigs, chickens,
and sometimes they didn't use any
privy at all.
Hookworms began to get scattered
around the place, and since they are
not big enough to be seen, the fam-
ily was ignorant of their presence.
Tom would wade in the water
around the place after a rain, and
pretty soon would have "toe itch."
He was becoming infected with hook-
worms and didn't know it. They
sucked his life blood, sapped his vi-
tality and kept him from growing
like a normal boy should.
Just before school closed, the coun-
ty health nurse came to the school-
house one day with the county home
demonstration agent, and they made
a health examination of the children
at the school. They found that Tonim.
along with a number of other chil-
dren. had hookworm disease.
They persuaded the parents of the
children to let them go to the county
health office and be treated for hook-
worm. Tom said it was a very sim-
ple treatment they gave him, and
didn't hurt. Said he had to stay in
bed all one day.
Well sir, the way those children
have developed since that time is
proof enough of the value of the
treatment. Everybody around here
is commenting on it. Other members
of Tom's family have decided to take
the treatment also, and Slim is going
to fix up a sanitary privy.
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
union the wealth of vnnr community.





August 8-13, 1927

The only expenses will be for board and
room, which may be had in the University
dormitories at $1.60 a day.


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Friday, July 1S, 1927
the left side of, KEEPING THE TOWN CLEAN
HELPS CLUB GIRLS TO BE INNOVATION the chair and ar I t frTerig of litter about the
BE MORE HEALTHY AT FARMERS' WEEK side. express a pref- store" :'d lawns and vacant lots is
If though it makes o n the ugliest features of mo-
Tallahassee. Fla.-Nearly4.000 (ine.iiie. Fla.-Visitors to Farm- erence for food, t. state a choice. der. 'wI life. Some people are ter-
Florida club girls are this year choos- eri Week at the University of Flor- no difference to 'h o. who is olpid ifi their failure to real-
ing a "food. nutrition and health" id: Amzust S-1: will be treated to as it is an t id ize .l.t Itor manners they show
program, says Miss Mary A. Stennis. an nn,,.:;tion this year. On Thurs- serving you. break it into t'y tirw away this stuff in
nutrition agent. Only two counties du a,. i~iast 11. at 11 o'clock when After takin lreay d bread and i'nt -
having home demonstration agents al vi.. toirs are :vssiembled in the several piece-- t"! side of the iiy owners can do much to
are not enrolled in this course. This au t,;riuni. chapel exercises will be butter plate it th y a small k 1'eir places and tle town neat.
is the first year in which a regularly r ll td Iju. ,. th' y are carried on dinner plate. ter only a small he will pick up every itwn neat.
organized "food, nutrition a n d I:," and Tharsday during piece of bread u time. Breaknot the t falls on their u wn eve roy it f i
health" course has been offered for tI, ilar -easi.>n o; the University. piece you ws b1 t the walks in front. When a
girls' clubs and its popularity proves r. A. A. .lurphree. president of it with a knife I .. nea i t neatly kept. careless Ipeoplt.
the value of the program. Last year t. li iver.'ty. will have charge of In eating a ntlt fo supoo l think twice before they throw
only three counties in the state h,.1 tl, iroigraii-. Some well known 'soup. cereal or ::lu ti. ip the dprip- ', ore refuse there. But if a
county health contests, giving tl!e .. k r will it liver the address. away from nyu T i or crack- ae has : lot of such litter on it,
club girls opportunity to compete. ,%: Frida:iy at the same hour Dr. ping. Do i tttr r e folks' Athink a little more will .
This year 18 counties with the e.- T., r.S R:mtndollh Leigh, professor of ers in the soup. il no harmni. And so if lthe waste stuff
operation of home demonstration < .itistry and dean of the College of When hel i, yourself to bread, is constantly picked out of ti,
agents, nurses, physicians and Ii >r;m;y ait th' University, will celer whole 'ckles' olives or nutl' streets, ptepleh are n,,t so likely it
dentists, held well organized con- .o::r ,;ri-Th Conquests of Science." you may u y\.our fingers. or throw more of it th.. A cl
tests choosing the healthiest girl in ;!r. I.e :B is i gi ted speaker and a frosted cake a trk is needed,. town looks like a g,, ahieadi town.
each community and entering her .ii' ~ td scienti t. He has won Always our knife. andt thi
in the county contest. This year in- ni v h.'iotrs fi)r his scientific and t s up, on the riglME TOWN THOUGHTS
stead of three or four counties, al- hlin,,.; \ wok. During the World frk with the e u ohen th TWN THUGHTSrig
most every organized county in the W: r t p-r.'e.-ted a smoke screen for side of thi plati for a secoll Oi
state is working on a nutrition pro- hi ir, ttin of submarines that hen Keep :l ur knife in this p- The people who think that :,ivtr-
gram for girls. :. o :dl and usd successful by ition during tl' meal when not i. rising adds to the expense of dotlin
The group of girls chosen f rom .li I '. l State'. l.usiness, should logically dilerime t.,
the counties to center the state al sions. t which all visi- ng t. ke r sals as t would call
health contest this year showed vaist- ,ari Wek will gather, l nt I n entirely, and ly iie salespeople.s as would call f
ly improved attitude toward right ^' ir. e.h a;o t 11 apoclock in a luh n in ntir and ome should be where the lheart is.
food and health habits, much mirt. : i i-ersity autldlorium. During you're a "est at only iO i'l :.nd the dollar should bte there too.
intelligent ideas of better nutritiii :I r, niiainder of e:ach day the pro- If you yotr napkin after o. supporting our hole town enterpri-
and greatly improved general health alii will be divided into sections on partly fi. d voting, and lay it ler es and institutions.
dithe Stte .e eonstr fi i; truck cropscit; ru s andae tr plate. If you will be tlhre:
The Statei Home Demonstration, .i orn nl; longer, fold it :as it was before, ti. Manuscript covers, either blank or
Department is the one organization t ad home eo- meal started. printed, on sale at the Leader office.
which is supplying material for It ; .ultr d hom co-



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Friday, July 15. 1927

Page Three



PHONE No. 50




Office First Floor Waas Building

Opposite Post Office


- -

PECANS, ORNAMENTALS, ketn l, varieties, .iiseass and in-
SMALL FRUITS FEATURE sect- :aud others
FARMERS' WEEK PROGRAM Bl- and hardy ornamenitals will
------ be emphasized again this year, along
Gainesville, Fla.-One section of with t!h. home flote,.r and ornamental
the program for Farmers' Week, garden. One day', programni will be
which will be held at thlie University devotI., to ornamentals. including
of Florida, August 8-13, will be de- bulbs. rses, Asplragus plitiosus,
voted to discussions of pecans, small etc.
fruits and ornamentals. One day of Strawberries, l,lackberri.-s, dew-
this program, probably Thursday, berries., lueberrie. figs, Japanese
August 11, will be devoted to pecans. persimnins, pears. etc., will It,. other
Subjects for discussion will include fruits lt receive attention n onk the
propagation, cultiyation, top-working, program.
fertilizing, varieties, cover crops, in- The p.;ns, smai fruits and orna-
sects and diseases. It has been found mental ro'gram will be t.only. one
that there is a demand for discussions section. Other sections during the
on culitvation and the more primary week will he livestock and farm crops,
problems of pecan growing, and so citrus an.I sub-tropical fruit, truck
those things will be given more at- crops, poultry, and home economists.
tention this year.
One day will be devoted to grapes THE PROCESSION OF CAMPERS
and grape culture, and proniinent -
grape growers will take part in the On our leading automobile routes
discussions. Among the subjects to a long procession of automobile cam-
be taken up will be propagation, prun- pers is seen headed in all directions.
ing and training, harvesting and mar- Tents are slung to the side of the
car and simple cooking apparatus is
I carried. They may find their cot
.m.m ..HMU..nlimiIln l beds hard and the bacon and eggs
MON HIN COMPANY may not be expertly cooked, but they
=Iare seeing the country.
Next Door to Chung Li Many people who once rarely got
Sing's Laundry beyond the confines of the adjoining
SNEW ORIENTAL STORE towns, are now traveling long dis-
i -=tances and observing the works of
SDishes, Vases, Flower Contain- -man and of nature. They breathe a
S era, Fans of All Kinds, Silks, lot of dust, they often return home
S Teas and Other Goods g more tired than they left. And yet
MODERATE lM they are jolted out of their ordinary
PRICES ruts, arid they take up life again with
fresh zest.
Come and See For Yourself =
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city building, Ash and 2nd street. or
Optometrist and Master to C ief f Police Surrency.
Optician J. FRED LOHMAN,
AlII Def. r VIsI eat n Silt- ICty lTreasurer and Collector.
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Waffle Shop
"It's the Next Best Place to He For Ladies Gsw

Besides serving K1,, I leat any hour of t d y or night,
we serve the b,,st ,f :. M mes and Short orders at very
reasonable pr:cts.

WE EARN Prnom too V 01 PER WI


~P~1 HOW Is' Dome

FELLER wvin A GowD
oPnmxmOF OmarSSFIS
UwLfdLy A
?a mU$"f

Brutally Frank
Percival-Will you please n.arry
me? .
Helen-Oh Pere, this is so .ud-
den. Why?
Percival-Well, I'll let you it on
a secret. I want to take you houie.
My mother hasn't had a laugh in

And Ditto
He-Do you think men are mie
Af d.._o ?

o1 ust.
She (emphatically)-No. If t,y
were, I imagine you'd dry up ot. .
in a while.

Regular Raffle
Parent-Yes, my boy, the lad whli
marries my girl gets a prize.
Thomas-Goodness, that's an it,

Try This Boys
Himme-What shape is a kiss?
Herre-Give me one and we'll call
it square.

Literal Len

Beach -w
- mdto fa wm .~'

"I'm striking a happy medium," _'...
said the detective as he hit the fake -
spiritualist over the head. EMBLEM OF 4-H CLUBS
First Gal-That guy is so weal- ----
thy he has money to burn. .A nt: : 11 Club pledge was
Second Gal-Well, I must say I f,,r-iiall .,!itptedl on Tues.-iv morn-
never suffered from heat while I ass,,v of t
was out with him. ,n, L. .of th

Personally Prescribed
The druggist was becoming dis-
gusted. He had been explaining
and pricing dozens of articles to
the shopper who really didn't want
to buy anything at all.
Finally she picked up a bottle.
"Is this Pest Exterminator guaran-
teed?" she asked'. "How is it ap-
"You take a teaspoonful every
hour, ma'am."
They Are Like That
When Dumbdora heard that Betty
swore she'd never been kissed, she
said, if she had never been kissed,
she'd swear, too!
This Way Out
"It's as plain as the nose on your
face," said the tactless idiot as he
tried to explain something to his
Throwing Is Good
A forty-ton truck loaded with five
thousand imported eggs recently
--- ^ B -k--- .-l &l 4-._U .....-1 .--

i'-lt'gl;II tilt liloinal CIlull IE n-
pl Id LI.a already beeIll in use inl
iuiny >ti',.. It is: "I pledge my
HlEA) I, clearer thinking. my
I F A R 'I to igre:iter loyalty, my
11IA.NIS tI larger service, and my
IEAITHI *' better living, for my
cluii. !iiv tnmmunity, aiid my coun-
trv." in' speaker of lthe day, the
HIt,:. .1. 1,. A ,,1!. '. "."ressman
fr : 1. ; i!:. t u in 'd ,n the
p l', in hiis address.
.s;.' :v-. '1' \ i -!, t your head
yt i a .a loi,ss: your heart,
you .. )a danger to society;
your hanli l you are a jeely-bean;
your heal' u become a charge on
your fani; society."
Mr. A> .l' ited out to the boys
and girl- i who represented
:N, out ot a tl:ts., that this city
in their .. people' em nployled
ly the (;o\ '. are theirr hired
servants.," : : 'i1 t-hy are part
,owners in ,pu lic bluildifnmi in
Washington. : -~crilied tihe daily
activities of : res nian. and the
course ot a 'r'Uigli h Co'ngress,

over-turned. Probably the trucK was urging the c!
just throwing off the foreign yolk. arize them. l
t'"f Goverrit
"I advise women to us4 long cigar schools, he:
ette holders," declared Farmer Sink- merely a pri.
lewoffle, "for that will tend to keep life."

them away from tobacco."
0 Boy-A Fast One
"I love to go riding in Tommy'-
Rolls Royce."
"Yes, I understand it's necessary!"

Boy life re:,
acy at about :
crowd streak
going hole," ,t
to the water 1i
city orr ,town'I v.

luIlseri to fanjihi-
I lie uii~i(huitIer',
It .-j.aking of
hut~i'. It ii

1\(. lIME

%o iin t hikid
v I ey ;oiPin-

Predictions are frequently heard ties is away li *in<-. But
among bankers and investment men. ;turning the kl ';.. 'op water
that interest rates are going to d.- without super n u>inses.
dine during coming years. It is not- and they need .;t :nild in-true-
ed that up to 1920, there was a larue, tion.
increase in these rates. People could The girls al- V I t l 1i-k
get more interest on sound inve-t- with envy from :,f':r : the :>'ln-
ments. Corporations commonly paid ming places. now tL equal ac-
larger dividends. commodations ther'..,, in ill manly
But now it s claimed the tendency cases they beat the I ..- 11t thi ;iterc
will be for interest rates to fall. sports. The human r i-. not .1re-
Stocks and'bonds cost more money ly conquering the .':: ,i tit> bird-
than they did,' even if they pay no like aviation, but u: i, a.:v ird
more interest. This makes the net mastery over the wa:, r- ith i- fi1s
interest on the money invested lower. like swimming.
This change is accounted for on
the theory that people have been 'av- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
ing great amounts of capital, and -hat WANTS INFORMATION
capital is so abundant with which to -"
do the business of the country, "iat Householders who have furnished
those who own it have to be cor, nt rooms or apartments for light house-
with lower interest. Where the -p keeping for rent are requested to
ply is greater than the demand for .rite the Chamber of Commerce,
anything, the price falls, and int. ,st giving full information.
being the price for the use of ca -al, Applicants for light-housekeeping
that tends to fall. accommodation are expected to in-
There may be a difference. of crease and the secretary can not in-
opinion whether or not that tend.rncy telligently direct persons making in-
will continue, but anyway the fl in quiry unless full information is fur-
interest rates is regretted by n.any nished.
people who have savings to invest
But it encourages business, by mak- SIGNS YOU CAN BELIEVE IN
ing it possible to obtain capit:.i for
imdustial enterprises at low rates. If your health is bad and you have
Thus es &a change works for t:.. be- spells of swimming in the head. poor
nefit of the country by keeping' .abor appetite, constipation and a general
well employed, no-account feeling, it is a sign your
LBut when thesaving of t'.. peo- liver is torpid. The one really de-
le bear le int t they can :t be pendable remedy for all disorders in
depended upon so much for !.come- the liver, stomach and bowels is Her-
That makes it neeersary for pt ple to bine. It acts powerfully on the liver,
save = moremY in order to :-t any strengthens digestion, purifies the
considemable income from it. bowels and restores a fine feeling of
Also it makes it necessary o- energy, vim and cheerfulness. Price
Pie to depend mire ^ on the W ex-' 60c. Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer, Fernan-
ertion andA the a tey hev (-h. : -. -- --

The Steak You Cannot Resist

is the one your wife broils
for you-the one that
comes from our shop.
Pay a little more and get
the choicest cuts of beef
at this market. We prom-
ise you uniform quality
day by day when you pur-
chase from us.

Center and Third Streets

The spirit which all our great avia-
tors have shown in facing the dang-
ers of the trans-oceanic flights is
something that compels the very
highest admiration. In our ordinary
life, many of us become very fearful
of ordinary slight dangers. Our
thoughts are too much occupied with
these depressing suggestions, which
take the buoyancy and hope which
we need for full achievement.
Our aviators show what results are
gained by discarding fear. While
those who are performing these pion-
eer stunts may suffer from an ex-
ceptional number of mishaps, the or-
dinary person comes out better to
discard fear to a considerable extent.

"Everyone for himself and the de-
vil take the hindmost," used to be
the motto. But now it is perceived
that people have to unite and work
in combinations to get desirable re-
sults. So we have associations of
business and professional men, trade
unions, etc., which protect the inter-
est of these various elements.
The people who inhabit a city or
town also need to combine to pro-
tect their interests as citizens. They
need to unite in civic organizations
for mutual benefit, and also to stand
together to support their home town


dhfy not save mon

We Have a (

Groceries, W

J. K. Orr Gua

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enterprises, buying goods at ho'ne.
and thus keeping their resources in-
tact in their home locality. Thus the
wealth of th ecomniunity is saved for
its own benefit instead of I,'ingi dis


Watch for symptoms of worms in
your children. These paira.sitlv are
the great destroyers of child life. If
you have reason to think your child
has worms, act quickly. (i\ve the lit-
tle one a dose or two ofr White's
Cream Vermifuge. Worms rncainot
exist where this time-trield ini uv-
cessful remedy is used. It drives mut
the worms and restores the, r,sy hue
of health to baby cheeks. I'rice ::.c.
Sold by J. Geo. Subrer. Fernaindina:,
and The C(onner (o.. C'all:ahin.

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N. 3rd St., Bet. Center and
Alachua Streets
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Phone 158

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dyeing plant.

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It will cut through the thickest aud
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Six Months..-.. o
Single Copy .

Excitement is caused among the
thirsty now if you merely return the
milk bottles.

Many people who tear down fences
and litter up beauty spots, are indig-
nant about the land owners Vio put
up No trespass signs.

It seems to take considerable in-
struction to teach the summer girl
how to swim, even if she can do it
better than her instructor.
At last accounts the crowd that
used to gather around the parlor
lamp, had adjourned to the soda

It is wonderful how cautious, con-
servative, and discrete the automo-
bile speeders are when they are sum-
moned into court.

The girls are taking courses in
home management, but husband man-
agement they understand without in-

Reform is claimed to be necessary,
but before we get it, a lot of indif-
ferent folks have got to learn to per-

The flights of the aviators are a
considerable relief from the flights
of eloquence with which the Ameri-
can people are well fed up.

There is said to be a deficiency of
heat this summer, but the women say
there is plenty in the kitchen on bak-
ing day.
The automobile tourists need not
behave so that their home state gets
a wonderful reputation for raising

Some tourists leave pleasant im-
pressions behind wherever they go,
while some leave nothing but clouds
of dust and bad language.

At last reports the hens were work-
ing terrible hard to produce all the
hard boiled eggs needed for the

The famous beauty spots of the
nation are carefully marked by the
tourists with picnic refuse, and often
with tracts of forest burned over.

The summer girl who used to wear
out the hammock, is the same one
who is now wearing out her shoes on
the tennis court.

Where formerly the crickets used
to chirp in the lovely secluded sum-
mer resorts, now we hear the chirp-
ing of the jazz music over the radio.

The country folks report great
purchases of literature they don't
want, in order to help the boys get a
college education.

Where our fathers used to wear
out an awful lot of shoe leather dur-
ing the vacation time, now we wear
out a vast. production of automobile

One of the most remarkable of the
social changes that have taken place
in the United States in the past 25
years, is the wider extent to which
people travel about the country. At
the beginning of this century, there
were millions and millions of people
who had never been outside of their
own state. Many had very rarely
been 25 miles from their own home
city or town.
A man remarked about that period
'one day, after he had returned from
a railroad journey of about 90 miles.
"Anyway, we have been in three
states today." It seemed 4 great thing
to him to travel across these state
lines, and attempt to discover what
differences there might be in the
customs and methods of those people.
It was esteemed a quite unusual
thing in those days for people to
cross the continent or travel in
To-day our tourists in Europe are
numbered by the hundreds of thous-
ands. Many would go to Japan and
China this'summer were it not for the.
war conditions in the latter country.
Very many go to South America. And
in our own country, people of the
most limited means start out on long
motor tours, and they travel more
in a year than their fathers did in
a life time.
Many people thereby become very
restless, and are no longer satisfied
with simple occupations at home.
They must be constantly on the move.
It makes some folks very changeable,
and they are continually moving
from place to plare, and fail to take
root anywhere.
But this travelling habit does pro-
duce increased intelligence. e'p)epe
who live in narrow circumstances
and fixed ruts get out into the world.
They see how people are getting a-
head and improving their home t;)wns
and their personal circumstances,
and their ambition is incited to ac-
complish aore in future.


Problems begin to thicken pup for
many of the home folks when their
children are turned loose by the
schools at vacation time. Up to then,
the buck had been passed to the
teachers for the best part of the day.
Now the question has to tb settled
for 10 weeks or so, how to handle all
these restless young colts that are
kicking up their heels with restive
impatience, and threatening every
minute to jump the pasture fence and
land in forbidden fields of clover.
Many teachers would say that the
children get so many bad habits dur-
ing vacation, that it takes about a
full school year to get them out of
these ways and into settled working
habits again.
To solve this problem, an incrns-
ing number of families go off for the
summer to quiet resorts and live in
shacks and bungalows, where the
children have more leeway than they
would in an ordinary town. That is
a fine solution where it can be ar-
If a family must remain in a town
for most of the summer, then plans
need to be carefully laid so that the
children shall get good and not harm
out of the vacation. After they get
up to the working age, some regular
job or home tasks are needed for
their right development. The boy
who works.a certain amount per day
is usually a good deal better off than
the one who spends his time in loaf-
The mere idler will find boys who
will show him tricks of mischief, and
he will learn things from them that
will do him no good. But the boy
with a job learns to stick to his work
and do it well. He should be in much
better shape to resume his school
work in September than the idler is.
If no work suitable for girls of the
same age is available, they should be
given regular household tasks to do.
This will make them more practical,
and also get them in better working
habits for the fall term of school.


One of the finest things about the
flight of Commander Byrd and his
party, was to see these men risking
uuem*r .ie an .an ths great

eir lives and taking these great
Better scenery in the United chances in the cause of scientific
States than in any country in the progress. They were not expecting
world, but the fact that the Alps, etc., to break any particular record, but
are farther away make many people the purpose of their flight was to add
think they are finer, to human knowledge. They were
seeking to explore the difficulties of
Now if the mighty muscles dis- the aerial world, and discover its laws
played by the students in throwing and workings so that those who
the hammer, can be devoted to throw- should follow after them should be
ing the hay on the load at the home able to meet these conditions and
farms, the old man will feel educa- escape these dangers.
tion is worth while. This has been the spirit of all the
men who have made the recent spec-
MUTUAL CONFIDENCE tacular flights. It shows that the
spirit of devotion to humanity has
An authority on civic develop- not dropped out of American life yet.
ment remarks that the first step to- It is called a money making age,
ward community progress is to in- but our people are getting rather
duece the business men to unite in tired of those who just grab for dol-
combined efforts with full confidence lars. They give high honors to those
in each other. who have a more generous spirit.
If the business men are suspicious Much of the enthusiasm manifested
of their competitors, and think that for Byrd and the rest of our famous
their rivals are always trying to put aviators is due to their high scientific
something over on them, it is diffi- and humanitarian ideals.
cult to get harmonious action. If
they realize that in these times busi- The poets who write those tender
ness men hate to be on the level in verses about the fading of the leaf,
order to make good at all, and that would move the men more deeply if
their competitors ae ust as likely they would write a few about the fad-
to desire the square deal as anyone ing of the straw hat.
else, a basis for mutual action is
formed. When the buaines men of Some tourists are complained of
ho *rsadedit ta stt a- r ha a k.. ).... :aL. -I..L ...L....:


At the regular weekly luncheon
of the Fernandina Rotary Club at the I
Keystone Hotel Monday from 12:30
till 1:30 o'clock, J. 0. (Con) Cassidy
was delegated by Louis Goldstein.
president of the club, to make the
presentation speech and present to
Edgarton C. Garvin, city manager.
who resigned his position here
to accept a better one as manager'
for the City of Brunswick. Ga., a
gift from the club to show the esteem
of the organization for Mr. Garvin,
who is a charter member of the local
club. Con expressed regret over the

fact that we were losing one of our
best members and citizens, and as-
sured our retiring city manager that
he would always find a welcome in
Fernai-dina. Mr. Garvin responded. i ---
stating that he had done the best he
could while serving as city manager .
and had tried to keep the office free -
from politics and had endeavored to ---
play no favorites and that if had suc- -
ceeded in accomplishing anything for
Fernandina that he was glad.
Mrs. E. C. Garvin. who, with Mrs.
L. A. Klarer, were guests of the club.
rendered two very much appreciate
vocal selections, Mrs. Klarer ac
Hugh L. Hammond was the gues --
of F. H. Hlobein. who introduced hini.
Mr. Hammond responding with a #.
tel p inuite talk that was well rec.;v- i
A letter from Col. Fred N. Dow. ,o f .
Portland. Me.. who is a regular \:,,
ter visitor to Fernandina and a It,,
tarian in spirit as well as in nha.,.
was read, Col. Dow thanking the I. r
nandina club for the many kindn-,.- ,
extended him while he was a gui,.i
of tlj Keystone Hotel last winter .
and spring., A
At the close uof Lit' meeting PrI i i
dent Louis Goldsteii( pw Ifc, \.. Aoroc.s -..T
beautiful boxes of candy, his gift i.-- -
Mesdames Garvin and Klarer. an.tciTY COMMISSION TRANS-
decreed that they be presented v ACTED BUSINESS WEDNES.
Me.ars. Garvin and Klarer, which waS
don egracfully by bothl Rotariun. (Continued frum Paag lI.)
amid loud applnuse.
Not only the Rotary C(lul, but i,. park. A motion authorizing same
city as a whole deeply ri grets l,. 'was carried.
loai of Mr. and Mrs. Garvin. who haIv: The commission being advised that
the best wishes of everyone in two candidates for City ('onmmission-
new home. Mr. Gauryin has lien ,ity er had qualified. Messrs. N. It. Bor-
manager of Fernamidina fr nr.uly l'den and W. T. llHaile, to be vtcd for
four years and it has u .een thromi,-f at the primary election to i-e held
his efforts that the city has iii.le July 19th, ordered notice otf uch
such wonderful strides of progre.- in election published and named the'
many lines. following us clerk and inspectors to,
hold such election: J. T. Ferreira,
clerk; H. P. Williams, Geo. J. Ilace
BOYS' PIG CLUB IS MAKING and D. P. Mularkey. Sr.. insplctors.
PROGRESS, SAYS MR. LAWTON Contracts for refuse collection anti
diaposal and maintenance of storm
A. S. Lawton, county farm demnn- drains and sewers were dit,ussed.,
stratio, agent, who started a and decision reached to defer action
ment for a Boys' Pig Club in the until a full meeting of all cimmis-
county about five m,,nths ago, states sion rs was held.
that he has distributed thirty-six City Manager Garvin reported an
pigs in the county of l'oland China, estimate of approximately $700.00,
Duroc Jersey, Hampshire and Ci',e;_. cost of installation of water main
ter strains, which means that there from river on ('alhou, street to be
are thirty-six boys in the county who used by pumper. A motion was car-
are learning the best points in re- tried to advertise for superintendence
gard to raising hogs. All memhlers of the work, the city to, furnish ma-
are working hard, Mr. Lauton states, trial anti labor as so.,n as specifica-
and he is very well pleased with the tions were contpleti.
results thus far in the contest. The A motion was carried to allow Po,-
pigs are gaining tb.out two pound, a iiceman J. W. Skipper $26.00( on cost
day on a ration of ground oats. fish of new uniform.
meal andti shorts. The mixture wlh Ih On motion which wa.- duly carried,
the county agent is having the l,,ys Mr. J. Fred Lohman was appointed
use is 100 ibs. of ground oats, 10 hs. acting City Manager at an increase
fish meal, which is produced by the of $25.00 per month in salary. Ap-
Nassau Fertilizer & Oil Co., and loo ointment to be effective immed-
lbs. of shorts. The pigs are pretty lately. "
well distributed over the entire coun- Ordinance No. 54 was read for the
ty, which shows that each section is second time by title only. Commis-
taking an inter, in the growing of sioner Haile offered motion, seconded
better hogs. The Deep Creek cornm- by Commissioner Merrow. to have or-
munity is represented with thrxe;'dinance read in full for third read-
Hiiiard has sixteen; Callahan, ix:-. ing. Motion carried. Ordinance No.
Yulee, rev.en and Fernandina, four. 54 was read in full on third reading
There are five males and thirty-iand upon motion, which was duly
one gilts, the males being so distribu- carreid. adopted as read.
ted that breeding will be convenient There being no further ad. business
for every member of the club. :,he meeting adjourned.
All of the pigs are registered stock.
The average cost to the boys is about
$13.25, and the stock comes from 'DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB
Gr,_d.A C hmin,; w hich hf ..... +l....

prizes at State Fair and Chicago, Ill. Mrs. N. B. Borden was hostess at
Mr. Lawton is to be commended I er lovely home on Alachua street
for his efforts and good work in get- Tuesdayy afternoon to the members
ting the pig club started in this cour- 'f the Duplicate Bridge Club, enter-
ty, which ig bound to prove of benu- t:,ining in honor of Mrs. E. C. Garvin,
fit to Nassau's farmers of the fu- ~ ho left yesterday for Brunswick,
ture. G:a. to reside in future.
The library was prettily decorated
ST. PETER'S GUILD ENTER- with crepe myrtle and zinias, where
TAINED ON TUESDAY EVE. three tables were arranged. The;
-gu.sts enjoyed bridge until six:
A very delightful evening was o' stock, when the scores were added,
spent at St. Peter's rectory on Tues- NMrs. F. H. Gorenflo holding the high-
day, July 12th, when St. Peter's Par- es .She was presented with a set
ish Guild and choir entertained Mr. of bridge scores and table markers as:
and Mrs. E. C. Garvin and Miss Me- n ;,rize.
Coy, who are leaving Fernandina for The guest of honor, Mrs.. E. C.
Brunswick, Ga. (;arvin. was given a bottle of import-!
Games were played and guessing ed French perfume.
contests were engaged in. which af-} Iced lemonade was served by the
forded much fun. Mr. Garvin wIn ht tess throughout the afternoon.
first prize for the latter. At the close of the afternoon peach
During the evening Mrs. Garvin !shrt cake and ice cream was served.
was presented with a handsome sil. Mrs. Garvin was a popular mem-
ver bowl by the members of the 1ber of this club during her residence
guild and choir, a token of apprecia-'herte and her departure is very much
tion for all the kindness she has regretted. In addition to the honoree
shown while working among them. the following ladies were present:
Delicious cake and ice cream were Mesdames Everett Mizell, P. R.
served, and at the close of the even- Braly, Edwin R. Hood, F. 41. Goren-
ing everyone agreed they had spent flo, T. G. Ozmer, D. G. Humphreys,
a most enjoyable time. D. A. Kelly, Miss Elizabeth Kuhn, of
Nashville. Tenn.; Misses Nell Noyes,
T. E. L. CLASS SOCIAL Fanriie Williams and Kate Williams.
-- Gr,.at regret was expressed by all
The Sunday school social tendered memr)ers in losing Mrs. Garvin from
to the T. E. L Class of the First their club.
Baptist Church by Mrs. W. M. Brooks
and Mrs. Paul G. Haddock, which was CAKE SALE JULY 23
held at the home of the latter, last
Friday evening, was enjoyed by all DuNot forget the number of deli-
present. Before the business session cious home-made cakes for sale in
a wmatrm.ann nttinw ..... :" .. l

Friday, July 1S, 1927

By Alber T. Reid




M OTHERS soon learn there's magic in atimelydose
of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. "It has meant
more to me than any other medicine I know of. My
children love the taste of it and like to take it Syrup Pepsin
has meant much to my girl who is now thirteen years old and
hbs taken it ever since a tiny baby. After taking I their colds
and coughs vanish. I have had many experwimes with good old
Syrup Pepsi and jut can't praise it enmouh." (Nimdedidssm st

Truly a Family Mediciew--
Why ever be sick? Let Syrup Pepsin dean out the
cause of colds, coughs, fevers, bilious attacks, sour
stomach, sick headache. From the teething period
to the infwrities of old age. Dr. Caldweirs S
Pepn has been the family safeguard. Countless a. --
imends urge You from years of happy experien to I AT
i Jwa yeep yrp Pepsin in the home.Get it today
aeit yaways. Sold by all druggists.p
For a free triad bottlesend noane amd de m b
qPiMn Srp Cowmpug, MgmdeMi nsf

he New and Finer


K.- LaNd, Sc~BSi. 5. Blby yFrer
Renowned for Reliability
True,` e Pontiac Six is admied for the styled
beaut,'f4 its Fisher bodies-," d for the smoothnesst and
snap i introduced into the ftJ`I of low-priced sixes. But
if their' is one Pontiac Six qui which a owners
are u ed, that one quality i re on which all ownersmore
than -, matter of infrequent adj ustents ..more than a
quest I of extremely low upk t It is simply the
omn knowledge-based xperience-that long
life ie nerime basis of all Poni O.e. a -t-at long
Ihprim Pontitac owner satisfaction
... fr tPontiac Six has demonstrated to the satisfac-
tion 'early 150,000 owners i eighteen months that a
low-I- ed six can be made sturdy, staunch and unfail-
ingl, pendable without the slightestacrific of beau-
ty, ha' ailing ease and comfort!
NEWI PRIC..C, 775;.S-n 4$ 5;.p
S ;., La Sedan $9. D7 r La, $77 Cuilr i,
.-:an d ax. compasonR car ut.sp ,,' i 770. A
p ,. runiaum hauMlS e.wer. E ah., t e,'"bdy A...
T7M Pay7-rUoe r..c f t nhcw1 C, me n



f"/1T1/1 \'f)[IDT D' IJ ; /l .. ....


May Be 1928 Thr sr?- --

D- W



Page Five





- 'mA ~ -

by G. IM. rayne I

Mrs. S. J. Witter and daughter and
Mrs. J. C. Perry and children. ,,i
Kingsland. Ga., visited relatives am!d
friends here Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Ozmer ai:n!
children are pleasantly domiciled a'
the club house at the beach for :.-'.
eral weeks.
Mrs. 0. R. Sanders and two chi.!
ren spent the week with the forn, i'
mother, Mrs. J. C. Whitby, at lt
Miss Myrtle Mizell left on th '
instant for Rockport Camp for r-i.
Brevard, N. C., to be gone ilriIr
the summer season.
Alex Miller is erecting tlhrr, ,,I.
tages at Fernandina Beach. ,n- !. .,r
himself, one for Jack Hluli ell :1!,:
one for Lyndon Bunker.
Mrs. Perse L. Gaskins and I':.,
son, Perse. Jr.. of Jacksornville. ~irn,
here Tuesday visiting relatives :,.i,
Mr. Frank Williams, a former re-i
dent of Fernandina, was renewing
acquaintances here Tuesday. M1r.
Williams now resides in Tampa.
LOST--Platinum pin. diamond inI
center, saphire on eaichi end. Please
return same to this officee and re-
ceive reward.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miltur and
daughter. Frances. are visiting Mrs.
W. Barnwell at New Hope, while Mr.
Barnwell is in Philadelphia.
L. L. Owens, the county c, inis-
sioner from Evergreen, wa,- the
city Wednesday to attend ti I. egu-
lar meeting of the board.
Haile & Ferreira, local ;,,Itors,
sold eight city lots this we,.., o.
Anderson, of Chester. th. ;,rperty
belonging to D. W. Mc('hl,::,.j
Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,, of
Spring Hill, were the we.k guests
of the latter's parents, I)r. d Mrs.
W. Theo Waas.
Use "KOLD KLOTIL." ,ve half
ice bill. Send $1 for sanm,.. Sales-
men wanted. National ie". Saving
Co., State Distributors ,, Ostend
Bldg., Miami, Fla. it -

T. B. Ogilvie, of (alln in
.an wts in

Little Stephen and Buddie
*. : ,i returned with her for a few
,: it.
v;r and Mrs. W. W. Cushing, of
.1:h, -.nville, accompanied by Messrs.
I'. K: Studebaker and E. 0. Goodson,
ri,rn -nting the Mutual Savings &
1. :o' Company, of Jacksonville, were
, to Fernandina yesterday.

I i.e Amelia Cooperage Co., of
Si, Iti John T. Ferreira is the owner,
tIped two carloads of barrels to
Jacksonville Ice and Cold Storage
S.this week, and also made car-
, ,l shipments to Frostproof. Fla.

S. C. Augustine. of Charleston, S.
was a busine.-' visitor to Fernan-
,;:na last Saturday. Mr. Augustine
,as reared in this city, %%here the
:minily lived for ;t number of years,
:,nd he will be remiembered by many
.,cal people.

Glyndon H. W:.s kill, a diamond
back rattler five feet and eight inches
long Tuesday on the highway at
O'Neal, as he %as returning from
Jacksonville. Mr. Waa. hd the rep-
tile on exhibition at his. drug store
where it was viewed by aniy people.
Mr. and Mrs. Rulit Brooks and
children motored to Baconton and
Louvale, Ga. -,t Saturday. Mr.
Brooks and thrc chihren, Frances,
Bernice and Muz' tte. returned Wed-
nesday, Mrs. BrokSs :1 two children
remaining for a "sit 'of a few days.


Mr. and Mrs. J. r Johnson, of
Darien. G:. .r,,,wunce the
engagetlt' ,f their

of Philadlths' Pa.,
the wedding to solemnized some
time tl, month.
.n. ,;innouncemeint will
The forei. by the many
be read with >e a
friends of the 1,r16, who is a niece
orfens o. J ,%art, and who for-
of Mrs. J. B.
merly resided hl-re


Mrs. Maud 0' announces the
marriage irdauter,

First Bapust ,nureni was 'nle'-i int-'
by Mrs. Tyler Miller and Mrs. Julia
Muller at the latter's home Tuesday
evening. After the business session
was concluded a social hour was en-
joyed. The hostess served fruit
punch and home-made cake.
Those present were Mesdames T.
J. Herring, C. S. Binnicker, E. 1,.
Smith, C. G. Daniel, Hardy, L. A.
Jones, Alice Jones. L. Beckham. S.
H. Swearingen, J. Y. Purvis. Thoirn-
ton, John Rowe, Mary R. Wilds :nil
Mrs. Tyler Miller.
Rev. Harris Mallinckrodt, rector.
Fifth Sunday after Trinity.
Celebration of the Holy Cominiun,-
ion, 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school and meeting of 'p-
tain T. B. Lasse.rye's Bible Cla.-, 10
a. m.
Morning service and sermon. 11
a. m.
Service and sermon at church ,,f
the Good Shepherd, 3:00 p. m.
Evening service and sermon. s:ow
p. m.
Pews free. All are cordially in-
vited to attend.
"'" "- --- ** -* *i

Funeral services for Willian Wells .
29, who died at his home near D)ins-
more, after a long illness, wi re con-
ducted Sunday afternoon a' four
o'clock at the grave in the J.Tnes
cemetery at Callahan, Rev. lr. Saf-'
riet, pastor of the Dinsmore tHaptist
Church, officiating. The Ku Klux
Klan, of which he was a 1* mnber,
conducted the service at th4 grave.


Effective August 1st, the Im.:nagt-_
ment of the Rex Theatre, F'ernan-
dina, will not be in our hands. We are
responsible for no accounts con-
tracted after above date in the namei
of the theatre. All accounts payable.
to the theatre of date prior to Aug.
Ist are due to the undersigntd.
Interstate Enterpris.s.
$5.00 REWARD
We will pay a reward f $5 for
the arrest and conviction of the per-
son stealing electric light bilbs from
in front of our store. CAI.IFORNIA

The man v friends of M ,o. .P

Florida Leads to


The Beft


In the World Is at Fernandina!

No Better Merchants

* Anywhere to Deal With

Than at Fernandina!

Suppose you take a day off-try out the

New Roads-enjoy a day at the Beach.

Bring the whole family, and don't forget




" The Big Store With Little Prices "



S II. S. Ilig :,".,ni of Callahan, VACATION RAILROAD TRAVEL A POPULAR VOTE ON WAR tries. They may not like them, but be angry if some picnic party camped
tl,. county ,1--**,.er from the it would seem as poor judgment to on his front lawn and left their dirty
a f fifth district, a hi, city Wed- During recent years the ri-lroatls In a recent address, the United fight them. as to go out and fight refuse there. Let him ,ie equally
e3 ,i,'7v at I gular July have lost'a great deal of pasvenier States Ambassador to England, Mr. their neighbors living on their street. careful about the good appearance
Ss-in of tih ,ani. business owing to, the comlet:tion of Hloughton, offered the suggestion If such an agreement as that sug- of property which is valued by its
-_ ,automobiles. But if they gt't after that hl.reafter the leading nations of gested by the ambassador could be owners.
A. A. Dixon, of Lessie, was a vis- al. and Morrow and that business in the right way., they tt, \vrld should individually agree accomplished, it would remove the Some motorists travel in a swag-
itor to Fernandina Thursday. hilre. f .1I .-kstoi!l,. spent sev- can get much of it back. that they would not go to war with most terrible curse and burden *hat gering way, speaking contemptuously
Soo erA days her \n,, .k. guests of The first step toward getting it any tf the powers signing this agree- rests on the human race. Such pro- of the towns they visit, the hotels
Mr. Houston Goodbread and child-1 ~1 ,Moi rriw ii'l. Mrs. Anna back ,is to advertise their vccur.-i,,ns ment until their people had decided posals are likely more and more to they put up at. the roads they tra-
ren. of St. Petersburg, are visiting and trips. They should des'rihe, tih to d', so by popular vote. Mr. arouse the interest of thoughtful peo- verse. It is well to reimnmber that
relatives here. -o .- beauty spots and pleasant r,.,rts Houg.;.;: holds the view that the pie, who feel that the world has suf- they are the guests of the states and
SM. Mr t,. ,,,ty com-along their routes, and inform the. gover-ments of the world have made fered far too long from the burdens cities through which tihy travel.
Miss Mildred Sturges spent the fr'n Ililli:r,.i i' in town public about the trains running to a failure on the question of prevent- of war and armament. them express appreciation for every
week-end with Miss Marion John- Wnsltner .n \ver to be these places and the expense of t,,.h inii vwar. The politicians and diplo- thing desirable, and be courteously
son at her home at Dungeness. Wpr,.l :at th, lulv : of the trips. intla- get involved in serious difficul- TOURIST MANNERS silent about undesirable features. In
o Fpr.n S d Trains run on time, well cleaned tie> diningg themselves, and then they that way they will convey the impres-
F. W. Sadler left for Olympia last toward. and comfortable and airy and n>t t,.o per-:ule the people of their respec- Much could be said by way of sug- sion that cultured people are prod'l-
Friday to spend several wetks, after crowded cars. attention to the re- tiv, countries that it is necessary for gestion to people who are starting ed by our comnimonw.lth. But o,
spending a few days here. M.llamws I '1. :tn d moth- quests of passengers, supplies of c,,ii tln ti ,. fight to preserve their rights out during these summer weeks, to course let them not "'forget to .t:cy
o or, Mrs. Week Mrs. I. l'r.itt and water, good provisions for meal.;ar. an,! tlir national safety, take automobile tours. In the main some good words about their hlnui
FOR RENT-3 good houses on 7th little M1sss r.y II,!o and some of the things that attract |in,- [he. ma:isses of the people do not they will be courteous and agreeable, town whenever they go. .ndiciuni-
st., $25 each. F. W. SADLER. Call Kathe'rv n By, visit, .l.,i-onville pie to railroad travel. Many of the kn,, iimuch about what such a war is but the manners of some need cor- advertising is always legitimn;te and
at Col. N. B. BORDEN'S. Mundiy. leading automobile routes have h.- for. lBut they are led along by the reaction. necessary.
o- -- ---~ come so crowded that rail tr:Iv.l exe::,.,,.nt of the nionient, and they The first duty of the tourist is to
Mrs. Ernest Molnar/ and children Ii. 1. limi .. of ll:il"r,. the could be increased if such travel %:.- tlir, 'ihems.elves into battle in an so handle his car and co-operate with You like to live In a prosperous
are spending several weeks at Dun- sch-lil I;rd :.n fr,'n ii; action, thoroughly advertised. unl Linking way. and d1 themselves the rest of the traffic as to promote town. Prosperity, like charity, be-
nellon with Dr. Molnar. iwas her' W<.;i '-day ;, ,t'nl the init, niore harm than the good everyone's saftey. lie may wish to gins at home. Every dollar you spend
o .July mn,.tiln the l .:.,i ,f I'nhlic PUBLIC NOTICE tl,. ''..t by fighting, at least in most travel at a daredevil rate of speed. out of town is a check on your town's
Col. Simon F. Williams and daugh- Instructin. c:ar.s. But he has no right to take hazards prosperity. Trade at home.
ter, of Jacksonville, were guests of Public notice is hereby given that Mr. Iloughton's scheme calls for for his own passengers and those l
Miss Pearl Jorddn, this week. Mr. and Mr: A. A. I'.. -tht...k and neither the Master, Owners, Agents thi :- ,nt of all the leading nations whom he meets. Your town depends upon the mon-
---- ---- little sion. .f .1 ,-k-.,ni '. i.t the nor Consignees of the Danish SS. t, -ih a project. Of course, if His next duty is to be considerate spent in it by
Mr. and Mrs. IH. A. Haddock, of week-cend h-r,. the i ,f Mrs. "PROGRESS" will be responsible, -., -niw nations did assent to this plan of the residents and landowners along growth and prosrity. For a pros-
Bradenton, spent Monday in the city Westhro'k'.s ii<,thier. .Mr-. l.lian for debts of any character contract. aind -ne ( did not, those that did not the way. If he stops by the roadside
with the former's brother, P. G. Had- Burney. :it the A\l.. l :ir:. i. l.- by any officer or member of the cri,' :re.,i to, it would have an advantage to take his lunch, he should rememb- porous city-trade at home.
dock, and family. o -_- of said steamer whatsoever other than if it c:ume to a war. because they er that a carelessly thrown cigaret or
o I---- 'Mr. anil Mr- W'illiun S.amih.-r and by Master. Furthermore, when such ,.ildt >tart fighting first. 'But if poorly extinguished campfire may The size of your taxation depends
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph RIinck and ison al nd i-- '"athlerinii .ldg,.. ,,f bills are contracted, the undersigned til .y .uld all agree to this plan, the spread into near-by forests and des- upon the wealth of your community.
son. A. J. Kinck, and daughter, Mrs. :Savannah. (I. spent the. w .-k-e.nd agents will not be responsible for chanc( are 10 to 1 that there would troy the beauty of the country and Increase this wealth and reduce tax-
A. J. DeWinkler, spent Monday in with the, ". brother. Mr. (l. R. payment of same unless debtors have he, n)o ior,. wars. the property on which people depend ation by trading at home.
Jacksonville. Sanders.., :.. nily. bills properly approved by Master of Tlhe p.-o'l,- oIf oni. country rarely for their living. Also when lie leaves
o__ -o---------- vessel and keep in touch with this of- f,..,1 th: tihi hve-- ainy special quar- ;his picnic spot, he should clean up Manuscript covers blank and print-
C. 1. llillyer and family, f Jack- ('a!'p u :'" J.- W'heler, of the fice as to vessel's departure, when ,.i v i t ,,,h". ,,f neighbor coun- every particle of rubbish. He would ed at this office.
so. nvil., spent Tuesday here as of Jackt Unit,., :st Guard, with they will be notified time at which
guesonvtsllspent 1 ueslillay er's pare ants, Mr.het,'b ,t Washington, D. C., their bills must be presented at our
guests of Mrs. illyer parents, Mr. lft t for that city, after office in order to secure settlement. -L
and Mrs. S. J. Kennard. Sr. ,k here on tifficial bus- BAILEY-DAVIS CO., INC.,
-- Agenta.
Mr. and Mrs. C. (. Cobb and son. i -A-onts -
of West Palm Beach, spent a few S.S. ENTERTAINMENT
days this week with Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Kehoe, of Jacksonville.
F. Anderson. Ir parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.
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1927 Florida, Georgia, Kentcky and Mississippi
may be had Free at asy of our service stations.


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 Biggin-
botham, leader.
Strangers and visitors in our town
are always welcome to our services.

Let us do your printing.



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A. C. mOI
Sheet Metal Worker
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Rev. J. E. Woodward, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Mr.
D .A. Partin, superintendent; Mr. E.
W. Bailey, teacher Men's Bible Class.
Parents 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.

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
best course is to disinfect the wound
with liquid Borozone and apply the
Borozone Powder to complete the
healing process. Price (liquid) 30c,
60c and $1.20. Powder 30c and 60c.
Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer, Fernandina;
The Conner Co., Callahan.

Sixth and Alachua Streets.
Rev. W. T. Overstreet, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Miller
R. Askins, supt.
Regular services on Sundays at 11
a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday night.
A kind invitation is given to come
with us to any of these services.

You like to live In a prosperous
town. Prosperity, like charity, be-
gins at home. Every dollar you spend
out of town is a check on your town's
prosperity. Trade at home.




Estimates Fralshed Upon Application

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Boyd Realty Company


Our Hand-OnPam

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Callahan, July 12.-Leroy Jones
was home from Green Cove Springs
on Sunday, Mrs. Jones and little
daughter, Lyndel, returning with him
Sunday afternoon to spend a few
weeks there.
Among those from Callahan at-
tending the funeral of Mr. Geo.
Guynn at Dyal cemetery on Tuesday
were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ogilvie,
Mr. J. J. Sikes, Mr. G. M. Sikes, Mrs.
Crissie Jones and daughter, Inez;
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Ogilvie and mother and
'L. W. Pickett, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. N.
Conner and W. F. Conner.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dixon and lit-
tle daughter, of Lessie, attended
church at Callahan Sunday.
Callahan can boast of electric
lights again, after being without them
for nineteen months, our plant having
been destroyed by fire. We now
know how to appreciate lights..
Mr. H. E. Pickett and daughter
and son, Miss Marguerite and Cecil,
motored to Orlando and Lakeland
Sunday, returning Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mickell, of
Jacksonville. attended church at Cal-
lahan Sunday.
W. J. Pickett motored to Jackson-
ville Monday.
J. Q. Whittemore went to Jack-
sonville Tuesday.
Mrs. E. L. Iligginbotham and Miss
Dora Higginbotham, of Italia, visited
relatives in Callahan Tuesday.
Mrs. R. L. Jones and children and
Mrs. J. N. Kight visited their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. ligginbothnm, of
Italia, Sunday.
Hoyt Higginbotham, of Yulee,
spent from Sunday until Tuesday
with his aunt, Mrs. J. N. Kight.
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Swearingen and
daughter, Miss Frieda, of Fernandina,
and Miss Vera Davis, of Hilliard, vis-
ited relatives in Callahan Sunday.
Stewart Osborn and mother, of
Hilliard, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. IH.
Stokes Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Helen Bryce and brother,
Milton Bryce, and cousin, Randol,,Iph
Bryce, of Bryceville, were in C:lila-
han Monday.

In spite of its very "Fifth A
nue" look, this design is very
tu mnke. The dress front lap over
A vestee and skirt-pal, as y
&ve. and if striped material is isd,
the effect is wonderfully smurt
A materials we suggest jers
or light weight wool material la
any solid color, such as beige,
brown or blue. The front inser-
tion is of the same material in a
lighter shade of the same color or
else in a sports stripe to match.
The pattern may be obtained In
sizes 16 to 44. Size 36 requires 2
yards of 54 inch material and three-
quarters of a yard of trimming ma-
terial. No dressmaking experience
is needed to make Design No. 1116
if you use these patterns which are
individually hand-cut of heavy
Patterns will be delivered to any
address upon receipt of 25c in cash

WOODLAND PARK or U. S. postage. Always mention
size wanted. Address: Hand-Cut
Callahan, July 14.-Mr. and Mrs. Pattern Department, 17 West 28th
E. H. 'Hurlebaus and family, also Mrs. St., New York City, and always
E. H. Hurlebaus, Sr., were guests this name this newspaper.
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. -- .
E. M. Pace. Mr. Hurlebaus, who is SALAD CONTEST FOR
agricultural agent of Pinellas coun- WOMEN AT FARMERS'
ty, also visited Hilliard, gathering
data on poultry associations. WEEK, AUGUST 8.13
Prof. and Mrs. Julian Wesley, Prof. ---
Cardal and Mrs. Maudt Blackburn, Gainesville, Fla.-A fruit and
of Jacksonville, were the guests on vegetable salad contest will be one
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. feature of interest to women attend-
Cushing. ing Farmers' and Fruit Growers'
Mr. W. M. Ellis is adding to the Week at the University of Florida,
beauty of Woodland Park in the August 8-1:3. This contest, which is
building of his lovely new home, ,, be financed by the Southern Cot-

which will be ready for occupancy
before long. Although from the
West. Mr. Ellis is showing his neigh-
bors how to farm in Florida, and let
one who doubts his ability along this
line have a look at his bumper crop
of watermelons this year. We, as re-
porter, know whereof we speak, as
we have had several generous sam-
ples of this crop, and must admit that
we have seen or tasted nothing to
equal these watermelons since coming
to Florida.

Rousing Indifferent Citizens

There were 40.000,000 plosible
voters who did not vote ill like 1926
election. The National Civic federa-
tion thinks this neglect of the- duties
of citizenship is deplorable, and it is
trying to find out the reason> for it,
and it plans a nation wide effort to
get the vote out at the election of
next year.
The reason why many people do
not vote, is the feeling that it does
not make any great differen-ice which
party or which candidates %in. It
is remarked that the country '.vems to
go along about the same however the
battles of politics come out. Many
voters report that they are puzzled
by the issues of politics and do not
understand them, and that they
might as well leave these questions
to those who take a greater interest
in them.
If the right people are elected to
public office, then the government
functions efficiently and taxes are
low, and the public services are well
performed. But if the wrong peo-
ple get elected, then taxes are high
and the public services are poorly
The federal government has con-
trol of our international relations.
If these are handled in a bungling
way, the most terrible calamities will
happen. Poor judgement in those
dealings might get us into a war, and
call for us to spend billions more of
dollars, and give up the lives of tens
of thousands of our young men.
In our municipal elections, the
satisfactory conduct of our schools,
our local finances, our roads, police
!protection, etc.. depends upon get-
Iting the right people in office. If
'the people of Fernandina are indif-
ferent to these things that concern
them so closely, they show a surpris-
ing degree of mental torpor.
Dollars spent at home return to
the spender in better police protee-
Ition, better fire protection, better
Schools and better churches.
Let the Leader print that job. Sat.
T o -.

t.,n Oil Company, will be under the
supervisionn of Miss Mary A. Stennis,
nutrition specialist of the State
lHome Demonstration Department at
'1 llahassee.
The contest will be open to all wo- attending the food, nutrition
:,'d health programs. Each woman
*,.ho desires to enter may present one
i.'-ipe. A committee will choose the
,.-t 10 out of all presented. The
', nmen whose recipes are chosen will
i,' given $1 each with which to pur-
<,.;se materials for demonstrations.
i...ih will demonstrate her own reci-
It. explain its food value and the
purpose for which it is intended. Five
ni!;utes will be allowed each demon-
-t r:,tor.
.\ committee will score the demon-
-'trtions and the nutritive value of
ti,. salad, the appropriateness and at-
tri:tiveness, as well as the utiliza-
t ion of Florida products. Neatness
:,iel skill of operations will count.
1Ir ., second and third prizes of $5,
: :ind $1 will be awarded.
Rl-cipes should be sent to Miss
Miar. A. Stennis at the State College
t"r Women at Tallahassee. After
Aug i.t 5 she will receive them at the
UIniv, rsity of Florida. If recipes are
subnn tted in advance, an effort will
lie n, ide to give all the women at-
tendi, g the contest a copy of all reci-


Peach Cocktail calls for peeled and
dicei ripe peaches to make two cup- .
fuls. Sprinkle at once with juice of
1-2 !. mon to prevent discoloration.
Mix i.,e peaches with one cup canta-
loupe or watermelon cubes or balls.
Arraige in cocktail glasses, sprinkle
with powdered sugar, cover with
grap. juice. Chill well before serv-
ing. Garnish with one or two fresh
mint leaves. As an appetiszr to a
summer meal it has few equals.
Peach and Cantaloupe dessert
should be placed at the very top of
the list of impromptu sweets. Halve
small, very cold melons (allowing a
half for each serving) sprinkle with
powder,.d siiuar, then fill with sliced
and -ugarvd peaches and top with
ice crean or whipped cream.
Peach and melon salad may be
made with either thoroughly ripe,
well flavored cantaloupe or nutmeg
melons,. mall size preferred. Cut in
halves, rm<.ove seed-marinate with
,range ,r lemon juice and chill thor-
,,ughly. Cut peaches in small pieces,
'idd a small measure of sliced oranges
if desired, or a sprinkle of crushed
Iineappl., and fill melon halves and

For Irants and Children.

Mothers Know That

Genuine Castoria


Bears the

By Arthur


Mrs. Coolidge, in
sees women of al
girls and grandm,
knickerbockers. i6
spccts them and pr
their common sen.
not wear knickerN-
boots when she gte
skirt of reasonable
mind if it gets wet.
Clothes, as Carl
"Sartor Resartus,"
difference between
grandeur and a "feat



For Over

HThirty Years

Exact Copy of Wrapper. rTe cCTurAU coMPaT. N(w vOaN cnm.

dressing. Serve on cold, mint .ar- PULLInG THE WEEDS
nished plates.
Frozen Peahes ar equally i- About now comes the toughest end
Frozen Peaches ar equally -of the gardening business, the eradi-
cious as a dessert or served for com-ni of the gardening business, the eradi-
pany refreshments. Peel 12 large cation of those weeds that threaten
peaches, cut in slices and mash the life of your plants. Even though
slightly. Add 2 cups sugar and 2 your vegetables and flowers need
careful tending and fertilization, the
cups orange juice and let stand one weeds flourish in the driest soil. With
hour, stirring occasionally. Add 1 malignant persistency, they rear
tablespoon lemon juice and pour into their dirty heads and grow with dire-
large mold or ice cream freezer can. ful vigor, eating out the cream of the
Surround with equal parts of cracked plant food.
ice and salt and let stand 4 or 5, Only merciless warfare can keep
hours. Unmold, cut down in slices, them down. It is hot, dusty and
and serve with whipped cream. dirty work for the gardeners of Fer-
nandina. But the garden feels much
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Ycar Round


Two hundred and
cans reported income
a year or more in 1
In 1924 only seven?
ed incomes of a milli
Once a man owni
was a wonder. N,,o
million or more 1.
-.,me have fiity ;:iillio
arid a good deal more
poration owner-ship
And the billioii a
will arrive before cart
industrial feudaliemi sh
Mrs. Freeman. th
mother wh,,r husband
by an artiioblitle, ki
and her five children
tiey niust ,. t, an iorpl
"Better d .,l than
another," -,a1,l thi pum r
went with ith n:
She was .tr. tl to
canary hirdl, 1i-ting t
the deadly ., c.,uhl
them She ktnr that c
have a valur., :,l, ,,lv
them and tr.' *, ,i .i I,
knew that ti, l ii havr
that she c(-c .i not lie
strangers in an d.a)ylimn


Dr Walt,-r H. (.
Always I'r i ,.I hI.
timle as wv. In \v i ,,1 1 1,

Tpr e t, r I,
'l'h Ir-,r lv l'- III
(;o..i t ro, @ d
S,"ns of (, l. in 1 i", 11,
loi;ve and Vil l 1 0 li f !;
find shelti.r. i:i;. ,
The lIha ,- .
Iedge t' f 'il ;if : :. ., 1p
visual live- It
there mayy I.e i;x. c 1:
a single I tre., 'i ,
every lf:if l tia ,I I .t .
n rlH* ,' r :l 't :," ,r ;l .. *' 1
on fcll il, .t I'hr *.. F i,
yet n-v. ry u ni l ,:i 1 ;:i 1 lit
rive p r ,,: li'.
Th i ;irl .. I tree
Ha t:: ; i ti. I,:fr t
I'hri' :idl, ".i tr.- i kir ,\
fruit. '
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fa r :~- rv,- ( -<.I '. --. ii ci
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l.- -om ni-m :r',. (|I;,tl
h:t;ir:certeri It I- well
,,it;- to \ I".r th0 r' -l IV- s
aIrl by I .i'Vh' ti T ke nrite
rq alitit- '1i del -l : ar, th. 1
are- the- ',:I -':. "Examrin t U
Veach dl:i. f,,re,- thou art jui
death w ;i uiddue'nIy overta
and then tv y del'ed- hall judge
-o sauld |{:tnia'u'l!:n ti.
A fr:.ifiIl tr- an .trifesta
ili thet -riniftinme. its blos&
vivid ;rand harmnutilious, they
the e-y-s, their perfume is
to the" ri,,trils; bit the evil
bluss,,m- are ripellant, its
fensive. IDo wi. not all wish
delight to others. ti charm 1
our presence, to attract tU
and fri.nd'-hip,? If so, ti
must adirnri our lives with t1.
of s.-r erance. our temple..
rob.- of virtu.e." Importat,
striving to he. tolerant, bre,.,i
ou'. kind,. chaste, coiute.,'
synp;;:the'tic ald wise. P. r
s uh qualitit". are ever d> it;
ew.-!c.,ne- i all classes of .f
Narrowness. greed, i
]ait.lder and c'vetousn,.:. a
n.s-w malodorous and re,, liar
After the blossom it; the
tt'It-, comes the tini. of
What has been produce, d. shi
e. orlasting qualities and al
,f divine deeds, of kindne-ss a
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Friday, July 15. I

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est d, i,r.
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Friday. july 15, 1927

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Mrs. Coolidge, in South Dakota,
sees women of all kinds, young
girls and grandmothers, wearing
knickerbockers. Mrs. Coolidge re-
spects them and probably admires
their common sense, but she will
not wear knickerbockers. Rubber
boots when she goes fishing and a
skirt of reasonable length--ever
mind if it gets wet.
Clothes, as Carlyle shows in
"Sartor Resartus," make all the
difference between a king in his
grandeur and a "featherless biped."

Two hundred and seven Ameri-
cans reported incomes of $1,000,000
a year or more in 1925.
In 1924 only seventy-five Deport-
ed incomes of a million dollars or
Once a man owning a million
was a wonder. Now 207 have a
million or more INCOME and
-,)me have fifty millions of income
and a good deal more through cor-
p ration ownership.
And the billion a year income
will arrive before earth's phase of
industrial feudalism shall pass.

Mrs. Freeman, the unhappy
another whose husband was killed
by an automobile, killed herself
and her five children when told
they must go to an orphan asylum.
"lBetter dead than without a
mnotber," said the poor woman, and
Went with them.
She was careful to protect twp
canary birds, putting them where
the deadly gas could not reach
them. She knew that canary birds
have a value; somebody would buy
them and treat them kindly. She
knew that children have no value:
that she could not be sure that
strangers in an asylum would treat

them linl;

Visiting New York City with a
party" ) distinguished Texass,
welcomed and looked up to, liter-
ally and in other ways, Governor
Moody listens and thinks.
He hear. that New York City is
the bi". c American factory
town, turning out five and a half
billion dollars worth of produces a
year. Govrnor Moody is too po-
te to mention tht fact that any
State he has seen on his way East,
including New York, could be
tucked away in Texas and not at-
tract much attention. Texas alone,
intensively cultivated, could feed
every ore of the 1,900,000,000o -
man beings on earth and have
room left to raise cotton.

While Byrd was flying east
across the Atlantic, and two young
Army men west across the Pacific,
at U10 miles an hour, our interesting
visitor, the comet Pons-Winnecke,
was leaving the earth behind pass-
ing through various constellation
at the rate of 66,600 miles an hour.
Shall we, tiny creatures, when
released from service on ids
earth, make some such journey?
That would be more Interesting
than going into the ground to tay

The VERY DRYS plan a dry
ticket in 1928, if neither party sp-
plies them with' a candidate dry
.,It would be enlightening to
nomi nte at least one independent
dry. The result would be instruc-
tive. Few candidates dare defy the
dry, few would want an out and
out dry nomination.

At this moment of fying en-
thusiasm, one word of caution is
necessary, and expert fliers remind
you of it.
Don't go up "just to know how
it feels" unless you know the pilot
and the machine.
There are unsafe machines,
plenty of them, including many
bought second-hand from the Uni-
ted States Government. There are
unskilful pilots and others skilful,
but reckless.
Barring dangerously bad weath-
er, bad pilots and unsafe machines,
flying is now safe. But BE

Beginning on August 1, air pas-
senger service from the Atlantit
to the Pacific is promised, the trip
to take thirty hours.
First will come a straight line
air tri- from San Francisco to
Chicago, with transfers to Los
Angeles and Seattle. Then a San
Francisco to New York line, with
the same transfers. Passenger
ships will carry the wails, and fly-
aing will have started.

About ?Iour


Thtin You Should Know

Rhe. Poisomig
Ina the rural districts of our mid-
dle latitudes, the "poison ivy"
grows luxuriantly, to the sorrow
and pain of those who are sucept-
ible to its influence. Only last eek
a victim came to my office, with
face so swollen, that both eyes
were almost shut out from light;
with difficulty could he see to #o
about, because of the greatly dis-
tended eyelids. Having no relatives
near, or intimate friends, I sent
him to the hospital for two days,
until the inflammation could be
I wish to warn my readers
against the mistake this man made,
using ointments on a case of rhus
poisoning; he had, to use his ex-
pression, "piled on the salve" for
two day and nights, only to in-
tensify his suffering. The oint-
ment effectually keeps the active
poison beneath the layers of the
skin-the very thing that should
not be done, no matter how
"soothing" the salves are reputed
to be.I have seen small slough.
result in rhus dermatitis, when
ointments were used erroneously.
Being an acid poison, our suc-
cess lies in neutralizing the acid
with an alkali, as soon as possible.
The best remedy I have ever used.
is alcohol and lime water--equal
parts, applied on cloths or gause
wet with the solution. The lime
counteracts the acid, and the alco-
hol consumes the water from the
-swollen tissues; the treatment does
not exclude air, nor does it keep
the poison in. If any of the solu-
tion should accidentally get into
the eye, it does no particular dam-
Solutions of lead salts are used
with good effect-but lead is harm-
ful, unless used under the careful
direction of the physician. The
alcohol and lime water are equally
efficient, and can be applied con-
tinuously without danger. The pa-
tient above mentioned was cleared
of his affliction in seventy-two
Next Week: Plain Common Sense

TREES justice? Truly by their fruits do we too crude.
know them. maie hisi
Dr Walter B. Guy A distinguished Persian Baha'i at once he
S--. t- a e- *.he..&Wspent apme. time ha otnished
Always from the beginning of America. becoming
time as we know it. to this day, the Near East points the moral. "A sweet and
ttee has been the symbol of human robber, bandit and nmrderer once "'My b
life. lived with his band in the passes of lah is a G
The tree of knowledge of good and a mountainous region. He like the love each
evil is the symbol (f our humanity, others of his band was a Muham- the other.
striving for goodness but alas ever madan, therefore they believed in me get yo
prone to evil. paradise and hell. As years went by no use, tU
The tree of life is the symb4t of thoughts of his future state beyond him, and
God's Prophets and Messengers, the the grave became more and more in- Again the
Sons of (God, in whose protection of sistent and upset the tenor of his ha'i baker
.love and guidance man alone can haipy and prosperous life. At last, again the
find shelter, happiness and eternal much distraught he went to a Mullah being str1
life. land asked his advise and told him of bandit i
The leaves of the tree of know- "his mode of life and of his fears, murderer
ledge of good and evil, are our indi- The Mullah was aghast. He told the refreshme
vidual lives. It is said, that though *an that he could see no way where- him of th
there may be myriads of leaves on by his soul might be saved. After he too lov
a single tree, yet if closely examined further conversation he said to the the robbed
every leaf has a distinctive difference robber, come and-see me again, I will fire of tl
none is exactly like another. Consider your case, perhaps guidance up he said
So too of humanity, although it iSiwill come to me.' After a while the 'You
one family, one species, one creationn, bandit returned to the Mullah who be a Bahl
yet every individual has his ditin- said, 'Ah! I have discovered a way that Mull
tive personality, whereby you may gain entrance, at 'Yes,'
The purpose of a tree. 'Abdu'l- death, into paradise! 'Tell it to me,' you wish
Baha said, is to bear fruit. .h.-sis said the bandit. him his e
*Christ said, "a tree is known y.% its own in the village!' the Mullah Today
fruit." .Down in the village the Mullah Today
u i i said. 'there is a baker and he is a kind and
To leaves is produced is t lv ut Baha'i; such a one most repugant to and meel
leaves is produced is to so live ;as to G I Gk and paradise and aid
nullify the plan (if the Cre-te,,r. a God. Go and kill him and paradise and aid
nullify the plan of the Creator. as i th
far as we ourselves are concerned. is yours." rom t
Such lives are barren of re-iults, 'Ah!' the bandit said, 'that is seeded, a
without blossoms and without frit- easy, I have killed men before and I trees of
heedless, shallow. indifferent fruit- can easily kill a baker!' So down the become l
less--neither hot notr cohld. \'rily village street the bandit goes and into cious fru
at the last day, the angl cof Life the baker's shop. But the bandit
"shall spew them out of lis nim,uth." could not kill in cold blood, that was Pay yo
A tree to produce fruit iust first -
blossom. Blossoms are lu:ilities and IT
characteristics. It is well for every
one to examine themselve.- e:ch day
and by thought to take n,,t, of ones' '
qualities and deeds: are they good or IST-a-TE N ToR THE MONTH OP JUNE IT
are they bad? "Examine thy deeds
each day. before thou ar. jutiiged, for RE PTMONTH
death will suddenly ovcr.:tke thee, RE-EI I' OsT
and then thy deeds shall judge thee," Taxes ...........536.3
so said Baha'u'llah. lenses .... 435.00
Street Tax... .........00
A fruitful tree mar-:fe.sts beauty Dogtreet Ta x .. ................................... 57.50
Dog Tax------------------ .00
in the springtime, it. b1s1is are Interest on Savings .00 500
'e ightTax Redempt ~ion" ---------------- ----------- -5696.4
vivid and harmoniou.. the f delight Rnt City rPopertY .. 31
the eyes, their perfunme ispleasant ale of arbage quipment..................16
to the nostrils; but thli evil tree, its rom special Atte ents-. s.24
blossoms are repellant. its odor of- Miscellaneous ---- .. -1.40
fensive. Do we not a!Il uioh to be a Total Re'eipts 2.210.57
delight to others, to charni them by iBl sl r
our presence, to attract their love of officers 40.00
and friendship? If so, then "we Police Department ............. 412.
must adorn our lives with the crown ir~lertment .- 523.90
of serverance. our temples with the sa.itary paLrtmnent .. 890.43
robe of virtue." Impi.rtance lies in City Buigs and Parksonty Ho 75
,__,..vLibrary. Community House. 75.00

Charity ---
Publicity water- -
r intiaand Adertising
Contain entd Snkin.........
intere s ld Sinking FUn nd

striving to be tolerant. btoad, gener-
ous, kind, chaste,, o c eous, just,
sympathetic and wise. Persons with
such qualities are ever desirable and
welcome in all clas-ss of society.
Narrowness, g r e e d4, impurity,
slander and covetousna are blos-
soms malodorous and repellant to alL
After the blossoms Ib the spring-
time, comes the tiis of harvest.
What has been produced, shall it be
everlasting qualities and attributes


Total Disbursementa $ 4,143.16
On Hand tene-ral Fund June 30. 1927....
Add Casha lianice January let, 1927...
Total Cash General Page
On Hand Interest and Sinklng Fund....
o",Ial Cash on Hand June e3. 1927....

No, he must first of a
intended victim angry,
hurled vile e-,ithets .' tl
Balha'i. But insesld
angry the baker was ve
brother, do not talk so, A
jod of Love and we shou
other and be kind one
Sit down my brother, I
u some food.' Alas! it w
he bandit could not enral
I went away disappointed
e bandit came, but the B
r was still more kind. Ai
third time the Bahai, aft
tick in the face by t
insisted that his would-
be seated and partake
nts. Then the Baha'i to
e Love of Allah; how mu

So .


Ved him until tears came and
her's heart was melted with
he Love of God. Standing
are my brother; I too, will
a'i. Now I shall go and kill
' the baker said, 'kill him if
but only with love. Show
vil ways.' "
that one-time bandit is a
gentle man, filled with love
kness, ever seeking to serve
others. The fruit of Love
e lowly baker's heart had
nd who can tell how many
humanity will through him
aden with spiritual and lus-

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ic-isis .. 300.00 NoTICE OF BIDS Fli
Inlisciaity InqIuiries: Fees of -- .
Uffivc P and Committees 200.00 Notice is hereby given that the Board Ra
Staltionery and Printing: ten- ,,f Public Instruction at a special meet- wi
Vral Stationery. Blanks. Etc. 1.000.00 ing on the 27th day of July,-1927. will .Gr
Record llioks- 1,000.00 receive bids for repairs to the colored Fil
Advertising r'eiuirr-d 1hy lhia s'cheol building at Callahan. PIrospee- th:
and paiid for Iy Co'untvy 500.00 tive bidders will find specifications for sol
Ci>lnmli.-..s | P'aid t' o : the work in the hands of W. W. iHodges. (4'
Tax .s-'csr 4.000.00 Chairman of the Board of Trustees of to)
Tax i'..n .i..-- 4.000.00 the Callahan District. Fe
Clear; Cir iinx spi ec--a court C oro *3W jecr anyr or all t bils. be
Exie, .r-s..- i I'rimary Election 500.00 0. T. WEAVER. So
Transprt. paid for and Pis- Secretary Board of Public Instruic- Tc
charge money paid to Coun- tion. 7-22 T%
ty Conyle'ts worked on roads 35r0.00 of
Reserv.l f,,r iContingencies 700.00 NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX l'r
ID- E D fa
TotaIl --- 30,000.00 --- ei|
F I ,l R TuR F.UN. Notice Is hereby given that The co
FINE: .\NI .O)RFEIURE FUND. Board of Public Instruction of Nassau an
Sheriff nd I-iputies. Cost County. Florida, and J. B. St. wart, Ja
hill Is i Ct-ilinal cases s S 5.0-000.00 Louis A. Klarer. and F. H. Ilobein,
Constalil!. --. 'c.t Hills in Cricn- Trustees of Special Tax School District pa
inial ':c.-4- 20i0.00 No. I of Nassau County. Florida. pur- t'
Clerk h,. circuit Coiurt, chasers of Tax Certificate No 201, de
Cost Iill.s iI Crirninal Cases 200.00 dated the 5th day of July. A. D.1909, Se
Coun t. .l ianlu.. Hills in has filed said certificate in my office F'
Crininal 'is-s 1.500.00 and has made application for Tax LiD.ed (2
Justice ,of t-. PI'eace. Cost to Issue in accordance with law. Said 79
Bills n I'Crimrninal Cases 1.000.00 Certificate embraces the following des- de
Counts 'res-Ulnting Attorney. cribed property situated in Nas.sau pr
underr .,-1s of L.egislature County. Florida, to-wit: HB
of 0271, .. 1.500.00 The N% of Lot 1 In Block 144. City dv
auiliff oI';i tc"r :attend-ilanrce of Fernandina. e
(ion Ciriniiiial eCu',,rt 2oo.oo The said land being assessed at the th
Witness V-,--s 1.000.00 date of the issuance of such certificate F
Court St'niccraldier in Insol- in the name of Margaret Edwards.
vency Cas,.s 200.00 Unless said certificate shall be redeem- st
other l,-xpene. s of Crrinninial ed according to law, tax deed will issue
I'rosec-tii.11s :oo0000 thereon on the 18th day of July, A. D. I
Sheriff's CI..,miisi'.ioilis on 1927.
Fines. .. .. ll-el-cted .oo00.00 Witness my official signature and
Feeding I'rn-';ers t.oo60000 seal this the 16th day of June, A. D. M
Pay of .lur..-s in 'rimi9inal 1927. S
Casca. C',eli'l ind Justie' (Seal) G. C. BURGESS,
of Peate' rC,,unts 500,00 Clerk of Circuit Court. Nassau Coun-
Salaries of Ic,. cI Iatrdinen .3,90000 ty, Florida. 7-15 i
Salary -f I're.,dlti.t>n liftiers 100.00
Reserved I, I', C-nliitnincies f,00.00 NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX
Total IS.000.00 DEED
Notice Is hereby given that Isabelle
RtAi> ANID HBlliGE FUND. Blake, purchaser of Tax Certificates
Salaries of Rc;iad Superintetnd- No. 776 and 777. dated the 5th day of
ents and irers,-rs s$ 7.200.00 June A. D. 1922, has filed said certifi-
Cost of 3,.500.00 cates in my office and has made appll-
Tools and Maclinliery. ic-s,,t and cation for tax deed to issue In accord-
Repairs 16.04000 ance with law. Said certificates em-
live Stock. C,,-t ;dnld icare :antd f brace the following described property
Feeding .4.0.00 situated in Nassau county, Florida,
Paid for Fre- Ia.;lcr. othe ,.r to-wit:
i than ; iard- 13.04000 The N'i of Lot 33 In Section 30,
Play of,.ti <;uardN 2,lto.00 Township 3 North. Range 28 East also
Feeding and Ca:re of llIi. ts the S of Lot 33 in Section 30. Town-
oin Rocads 6.960.00 ship 3 North, Range 28 East. The said
Bridge Keepte-lr ind upplis. land being assessed at the date of the
Amelia lra:i Bridge- 1.400.00 issuance of such certificate in the
Payments ,n acctinIt of name of Isabelle Blake. Unless said
Roads 84 uilt lv 'conitr.'lt 1,S00.00 certificates shall be redeemed accord-
Road Camnp cr:.ifplial ran and Ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon
Supplies 4U0.00 on the l1lth day of July A. D. 1927.
Incidentals 240.00 Witness my offy'ial signature and
Lease of Cnitcts from either seal this the 16th day of June A. D.
Counties 4.N100. 00 1927.
Reserved fo'r c'.,,inre--n .10.00 (Seal) 0. C. BURGESS.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Nassuu Coun-
Total ts-.0ulr 00 y. Florlda. 7-15
t'County Road le-,td.S. i i->i- *if :ear D E D
Interest (n $1d.iii i ,c1 $S 91100.00 Ntice Is here given that E,
Sinking Fund 4-0u00 J,,hnscn. purdhaser of Tax Certificate
No. 104. dated the rth day of June, A.
ITotal I.0 I to 1922.. has filed said certificate In
T AGRICf niy Office and has made application
AGRICl'I.T R-\L. I-'NI f,,r tax deed to issue in accordance
Fir County I-x- With law. Said certificate embraces
hibits and ictnie I-ni Wthe followingic described property situ-
stration Work. etc, 2400 00ated in Nassau county. Florida. towit:
PUVB~I, 1, I T Y .NEs hof SiS' ,% f NWI.% of Section 23,
PUBIis ITY FN- Township 4 North. Range 23 Eamst.
Por Advertising and pr.,-..t- I The said land beinlt assessed at the
ing tite resources of Nasau date of the Issuance of such *eertifi-
'County. and e,,r ',ut. ate in the name of E. S. Blanchard.
Farm Demonstration Work s rG0 'Unless said certificate shall be redeem-
ed according to law, tax deed will Is-
INTEREST ANDI SINKING FUND sue thereon on the 25th day f July.
County Road Bonds. (1ssue of year A. I) 1927.
19 2 5 ) Witness my official signature and
Interest on $580.o-i0.00 IBonds $34.100o00 seal this the 21st day of June, A. D.
Sinking Fund ,.00000 19-27.
inking Fund (eal) C. BURGESS.
Total ....80osu00 Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau coun-
Notice is hereby given that a spec- ty. Florida. 4-24 to 7-22
ial meeting of said Board ccf 'Cunty
Comenmissioners will he held at the Nas- IN COIRT OP COUNTY JIDGE. NAS-.
nau County Court itouse in the Ci OSA .COUNTY. STATE Or
of Fernandina. Nassau C,,unt). Fl,rda. FLORID0A.
on Monday. the 1st day of Augi t. A In re Ft
D. H192. at 10 clkan a lat h n re state o Executrx of the
will it E.LLA 'AROLINE HORSEY, (widow),

tie the foregoing e tlate aDeroline Hrceasedey. (w.d-
cnidered and atedand t ceased. nd tht t the ame
age fixed for the ensure. r ti i h preby g iven, to all whCourt my
BY ORDER OF TIll- HoARI, cII,- it may concern, that on the Ninth day
COUNTY COMMISSi(NERS I-F" NAS- ctf SeDtember. A. D. 1927. 1 shall apply
SAU COUNTY. FLO) the Honorable H. V. Burgess,. Judge
DAO H R.-il f. ,, said Court. an Judge of Probate. for
I 'haarilcan, mot final discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Ella Caroline Horsey, (wid-
At C. BURGESS, Clerk. It ,w). deceased. and that at the same
time I will present to said Court my
fTIO final accounts as Executrix of said
BU-TMA-NAMaPORTATION state. and ask for their approval.
Notice Ia hereby given that the Board Dated July 7thL A D. 1 ES.


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nil tIhe- F irSt tol lihe "ill ,ct C',,ci,i ,c, ; 'i ,ii h- r. ,ri
againt >,t i I,c \% i \u.:. i 1 IC -, ,
the 4('ircuit ', t rt ., :. c i .'
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desigiiact-d .1- th. t,-.*. ;. ,, ," v,' ,, :-
this ordt-r i- i ll I1, ic id .. "- mm
% e e k f oe r tc >i r cc ,. t-' -
W ITN ESS ill\ .l i c "
seal of .said e',,it i I -I
July. A. Ii '7
(Seal) i; 1 '
Clerk ('ir. lt < i '
J. B. Stewarnl
Solicitor for C ,,inie.ll!. .' "
NOTICE OF A1 &l'l'l.l lel I l'i It 1x
I) I: I I
N notice ij ,r- I,. -i 1
Ilag an. purl Iac.-I c l i : "
No. 33. dated th :;r. I ,! -. '.
1907, has filed -cccl .i e d
o ffic e a n d h .t .s rn h .tI i ,,
tax deed to isi. r
law. Said ctrtifl ;it, ti:, -
lowing d(-scrnil-d I' r t. ,:
Nassau countyy. Fl,,rmil.c. i,.'\ :1
Lots 3 and 4 in .lSe North, Range 24 East.
The aid land einelri ass 1 t
date of the Issuance of .sir' in c !LI": .
in the name of J. T. lla;grn. t'n:.
said eertifieate shall lie reid.erned a.
cording to law. tax de-el will Istic,
thereon on the 8th day of August. A.
D. 1927.
Witness iyv ,,ffi'ial signature and
seal this tih.- thi day t f July A. rA .
(Seal) (; 4'. tIl'i e.'SS.
Clerk e,f ,i:, .lt 'Calrt Na.i-4w:u eounl-
ty. Florid., 7- t, .-3
-.'l.lllt I A.
In the Matter : t- -
Estate of D. T. i i .i' k. dt eased.
Notice Is here! Ie-ni that the un-
dersigned as ex,. r ,f the estate of
D. T. Haddock. .-j-.d, %1ll 29th day of July, A Iv 1927, file my
final return and unt anud voucher-
with the Honorat,. ',-.untv Judge cI,
and for Nassau C, .rty. Florida. a't
at the same time a'. f,,r the appro al
of said account and ,uchers and pci-
tion said Court for miy discharge
Iated this 28th d.y of May, A D.

SUMMER HOTELS routes. Pernandina. Callahan, Hilliard.
S Yulee and Bryceville.
The Fernandina route will consist of N
Great numbers of the people spend territory from Amelia City and the und
Great numbers of the people sp County draw bridge respectively to Spe
a week or more vacationing at sum- Fernandina. der
mer hotels. The proprietors of these The Callahan routes will he as fol- fore
mer oes. e proprietors o ese lows: From Ratliffe and Boggy Cire
institutions can do much to make Swamp, combined, to Callahan; from ida.
their guests feel happy, and incident- Thomas Creek to Callahan: from San- the
idy Ford to Callahan. cau
ally can boom their own business, by I The Hilliard routes will bte as fol- City
promoting a good social atmosphere. is": The Romulus school abolished) por
to Hilliard; the Dyal school district, and
In some such resorts, strangers are beginning at the home of c ;us Betts his
iventh and continuing through l)yal to the for
given such a cold welcome that they intersection of the Pyal road and the hes
feel unhappy and never come again. IDixie Highway, thence north on the Dow
And there are some here the pro-I)ixie Hlighway gathering any sch, t'ou
And there are somewhere the pro-children of the New lope district. FlI
prietor is careful to look out that-thence to Hilliard. ust.
strangers are introduced, and people Frote eulrgreens to tillee. freri Wlds tweo
feel more at home there, and the Landing to Yulee; front Plumnier's low
Swamp and Italia. collibined to Yul.e. beir
place seems pleasant to them. In each case. sachiol buses are to StaI
In many such hotels some tactful start from the points designated and low
ie confined to highways or vicunty
lady with a social nature is appoint- roads ,or designated routes. unless ex- NW"
ed as a hostess, and she sees that the exception is made by the o1ard. the
The Board reserves the, right tit re- of
,people get acquainted and she car- ject any r all ids ht to r Sec
ries on pleasant amusements that 0. T. WEAVER. feet
i e o p n ats t Secretary of the Board otf l'ublit In- exti
break up the stiffness. It takes struetion. 7-22 Sec
something more than good food and s8W;
Igood beds and cleanliness to make a IN CotN.TV COUrT..NASSAI COi NTY. ofA
pleasant summer home. There has All
to lie some psychology in it. Iy the County Judge of said Cocun1ty"- of
to e some psychologyinit.WhereasP. C. Winton has applied cep
to this Court for Letter. ,of Adtinnis- NW
ration on the Estate of John L t'n- vey
Trade at home! Money spent away derwood. deceased. late ouf said County rcD
from home doesn't pay our home lab- ofTasu. Therefore, to ite and ad- the
orer, or teachers' salaries, or repairs moiish all and singular the kindred FlOe
on the school buildings. Taxes have and creditors of said deceased, to be t;ra
Sand appear before this Court. oil or 4 ir
to be increased to make up this loss. itefore the 19th day of August. A. D. the
19427. and file objections, if any they Mill
have, to the granting letters as'afore'- exc
We print visiting cards. Nassau said. otherwise the same will be grant- lI
County Leader. ed as prayed. sonl
ounty LeadWitness my name as Cotunty Judge cord
of the County aforesaid, this 1l3th day the
of July. 1927. I" FIo
I'stitnate of the necessary and ordi- SWV
inairy expenses. and of all special and N 0 T I E .exc
\traordinarv expenditures contemn- ey
lh:tet.d for the fiscal year commencing NOTICE IS IHEREHV lGIVE. That Car
iolber Ist. 1927. and ending Septem- in accordance with Section 723 of the fra,
i-rr :0oth, 192s, a.s prepared by the Board Revised General Statutes of Florida. lasi
.i t'ountv IConrmis.iisioners in and for the Board of County Commissioners of (2)
N. -au C.unty,. Firida. at its meeting Nassau Coulnty, will meet on the first Ea.
ih il on Wetdnesday. July 13th. A. II.: Monday in August, A. I). 1927. at 10 64
l'<.7. oo'clock a. in.. the same being the first s
SNi-tA f FNID.dayt y rf said month, for the purpose of sail
t, .N.KM.K.L FUN. hearing complaints from owners or
-c.1i.ry of elerk of the C'ircuit agents of an) real estate or personal 192
S.-urt as Ci int Auditor and lproplerty. the value of which shall have
C'erhr to Cotnty Coominis- 'hee'n fixed by the Tax Assessor ior
ie ners f 900.00 i'hanged ly said oarlil. on the 1927 ("a
I .'linties and lerical Help 1.i00.00 T'ax Roll andr for that purpose theilt sol
I'er lienm andi Mileage of hl-ard will sit as long as it mnay be
4',untiy Co(',iniissioners 4.500.00 necessary.
Salaries of other officers anid I. II. GROl'NI.
: tiplneeh) 'es. r iChairman Boari of C 'inty 'oninis-
S\trne\ fo'r C'tounty I'irnmis- singers. Nassau Ctiounty. Florida. No
S>iners 300.(10 Attest: unii
.-,S.ervisor of Itegistratioin 4.>0l.01i C. RI t EI SS. Clerk. 7-'-: Sit
'll iunt P Ihy.siciain :100.01 and
.',,ii\ Sechil uiSuperinitende'nt 1.S1o0.00 NOTICI OF C'ITY Uwi'OCKATIC amnd
l,'--i:ilrs to C'ounty Build- PRIMAN ELEC'TION. Na:
I iII s: -- --_ sin
il'.1 rt Iiiouse .. 10.000o.0 Notice is hereby given that City Api
.1.,I oo :i.o .00 en-imocratic Primiary Klection will be in
l \l.-nses of Iounty Iilild- held in Fernandina. Florida, at City as
"Is: i hall on Tuesday. July I1. 1927. for nter
.1; anti other Attendants 1.4541.410 nomination of Membnner (of City Coin- altd
I.ctrWa. Water and Fuel 6lli.l0004 mission to serve three years and that wif
tInail.-ntals .iii0o.o the following clerks and inspectors of sal
"il-rn ture and Fixtures for: election have been duly appointed liv bid
'cirt Hnii tse 400.00 the City C(ommission to hold such elee- oft
.h:l 21o0.00 tion: J. T. Ferreira. Clerk: H. I Will- inI
"I'e-lphones and Telegraphlis 4400.00 ianms., teo J. i'eace and D. I'. Mularkey. Mlc,
I Alh wannIe made to I'atupers Sr.. lnspeet.ors. 192
outside 4of l'ooI'llouse 2.100.110 E. L. WOLFF. o'c'l
l',.ronie.r's Inqueists: Fees of City Auditor and Clerk. In1
i fficera. Jurors and VWit- ed

]ersigned. HINTON J. JeiAKIl .
cial Master in Chance'"y. th:it -
and by virtue of a certain decree .of
closure made and entered ]y b i ,.
cuit Court of Nassau Co.unty. '',. -
in Chancery sitting. tearint 1. oi.
2Sth day of April. A I'. 192'. i ttli.t
se pending in said. urt. Nher.i
y Mortgage & hBond Ct'onip;m\. :i -., r-
ation of Florida. is cenip:timit.
SE. A. Marshall and M M,1..
wife, are defendants. I h.hall .fi. r
sale and sell to the highle:t ;Ij,i
t bidder for cash. at the N.-rtl. n
or of the Court lHouse for Na.,-~ n
nt.y in the City of lFerc.ttinlit.i .
rida. ,on Mondayv tie 1st lid ,,1 \t. :-
\. L. 1927. andi between It' hie :' s
eleven o'clock in the li t'-,,-r ,'- i : .t,
i o'clock ill tile afternoon. hie f,.'
ing described real estate'. 1' inI ail
ng situate in the Counity ot :i--..
te of Florida, and described :Is f..-
.s, towit:
It of. tie W- l. of the SW' f' It.h
i^ of Section-; All of the- \h ,
NE4; S;Ft4 of N'; : 'l of S\" ,
NVNWi; SE4 of N\'l4 ;a>id < '
tion 3. except a strip tf land lI .,
t wide from East toi \West 'off tlh
reme East end of the S'.f of ;iil
tion; All of Se-ti in 9. ex''cPt the,
,I All 1 of Fractional Se.'tilitn 11: All
the NE14 of the SEP' of Se,'ti,,i 12
of the N1 .. of NW 14 ,f St.ctinI 1:
of the Nl'i of their Nl' i4 l .irii S
S\V ti4 of N\'. f .''sectilln 1 1. .\-
t that part of ..said S1. olf '\\ ,' of
., which i s in,'lcdeil in tlt ,co'i-
ance by Jovye. dated Januaryy 10. 19!17. atll
orded In Peed Book It;. page 2:. of
public records of Nassau ('ointl..
rida; All ,tf tlhe FIraI .is St' rlitein
ant. being Section 41. :ind all of Lot
n Section 2 (adjoining .i-aid grant on
.ast and Northe.astl. _All of the
Is I rury GIrant. tbeiein S .etion 4:,.
ept 20 acres -oniveevld bv .hihn II.
gKinbolhain and %vife to II. Tlolti>-
. dated D-.eninher I. 1 94.ti. ard re-
ded in Peed hook A-i. page 79t. of
public -records of Naissau Cltlnt*y.
rida; All of the : .;oe l d Iail e lh iling
Townslhip Two (2) Nort(h ,f If{;iicge
enty-five (25 ast.
IIt of the S.L of N\\ '1 ainl \1 -1.: 1 f
i l4 of Se-tiol It;: All of S.eeteion 17,
ept the SE i4" All of the I'l\idl Iail-
tlrant, being Svction 4:; All f I.I icsa.
rter Urant. bieinig Sectiion 42. an.I
etional Sectioni 52: All of thei lind.-n
I described being in Tow nslhip lTwo
North of Range T'We'llt.-si\ ( c *i
st. Containing ill the ai.gregate
9 acres.r moire or less.
aid property lieiing sold to satisfy
d decree %kith ,osss.
ated this 1st l:> of .nily', A. I.
11lNTON .J H.LK lI.I
S-.c'ial Master in iCliance'ry.
ude Silnlthi.
i tr'l te r f or Ctonplainllant. 7-1 to 7-2:,

0)TIC'. IS 11ii HY iIVEI:N. lv thli
dersigiced. I111%N'TN J. I.AKI'it. :s
*cial Master ill Cthain erT that iiunsl 'r
I by virtue' if a ce''rt: n l 'rc' i:il.
i entered 1> the Circuit Co',urt ..I
ssau Cot'nelt. Florida. in C('l;iliacer.
ting. bi-ariang d te lie 2nlid dl:v ,l,
ril. A. 1i. 1927. in that ca .is f pl-idiliri
said ('eurt. wherein 0(. It. salindrt-ls.
Administrator of th lIe :st; tcI of' .\1,
* i. Daviis. deceased. is colliplain;ilit
I C. C. c u. ni ;a and Ii ertie ie liiia.t. Ins
fe ar de.fen-dailts. 1 shall oIfl-r f,,r
e and sell to the htghi'est aind Iest
eier for c.ash. at thel Nocrthern dolr
the Court Houise for Nassai Coli\.
the City of Feirriarilrira. li'lrnha, In
nday the' 1st di.\ l of Allgii ,. A. Il.
27. and tiettween the l r in 'i e-l -\. ni
lock iii tlie fore n n :in t ll two 'clk'l'
the afteriioon. thee l.. ll..\ in 11 dc-- .-rl,-
landlls ss lite inl Nai-I:e u .' i le t.
crida. lt,,wit: All o)f Section 'F,-rlt)-
en (47). Township Foiir (4) N.-rlli.
nge T'wenity-four (24) Kast. clher-
se known as thie 'Thomias l'rc lt
1nt; containing Five IIunidred rand
ty (5:.'0) a-r-rs, more or less. except
at certain one ac -rtf land itn ticl
uth half of said Section Forty-sl-\il
) c-onveyed liy A. If. Ibavis and wife
J. 1t. ';ainpl.-II. ll.y lthir de-.d dated
hruary 5tii. l'ilS. descrilied as fol-
ws: All that piareell o4f land lyinT arid
'In Inr the Southwekst eAruer of tih,.
S half of Sectlon Forty-ieven (47 1.
wnishlp Four (4) North. .iinge'
wenty-foar (24) st. being that part
grant being known as the. .l.irns
evatt Grant. that ilr-oJects over i.tto
rms Twenty-sevrn (27) and Tw. nty-
ght (28), according t-, .sur\vy. s:ial to
ntain One acre of landl. rnr,.- or l,-gm.
d to enimbrace house knov n ;>.s the
ines Marea' I'Ia''.
Also alll lti:r t ,e ti lot. trlact or
rcel of lalil l.\iiiKg aind living illn t.-
'unty of Na.-a.1i anid State 4of Floriil:i.
scrie-.d as f.lll. iws: l.At li I- i .r
action T%,we-ntI li t29) T--\% Io ,Ili
cur (4) N'-lli. Lt ;ih I eA vtiw -il -f,,iir
4) hast. rt co .iilii z S tixty '-l%\4 a iel
/100 (62.79 i a scr-ibed Lot (ne'- (1> ( I ing tih"t saline.
o>perty as ci \'l%-iX i I Illiard &
ailey to the sald .\lii.r le.i\ Iv lth-ir
ed dated Mair'-h 17ll 1.1 :.s Ic .,icid-
Sin lee..d t .,kI. ::2. ,.l e< I.-I l. lc,; of
e I'lllie' Rteier' ls, ,i Nas.i-il Il C unt\ .
Said .properlt- y I.iie .re 1. 1 to .sccli-f y
id decree ith Ii t
lated at F,-rrl.tralica.c. l,'l it il.. tlh .i
t day of Jul". A I* I *'
IIN'' eN .1 I.. I : .
As Sp.ict al M.i-I,. r il t'i.ieii. i y.
;rtini il. ILoeii,.
,i' itor for CoIi il.ilai.intl 7 I to 7 ".i

Pace Soviu

FrWy, My tf, 1927











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-al -U d- ________me___

Reserve Dittet Ne. 6

Re*r *1 OentlaO ef

The First National RBnk

At Fermsdlms. sI tmh state Cf HWSegdM. at tbe ..O"e t
BMsmOess O Jume aMh. I2T.

Losansnd discounts, Intedlag
rediicontsF aoeeptams of
other Ibns. and ymf in
bills of clui or
sold with Indorsement of this
bank (except thase shown tn
Item 1-b). $742.281.63
Total loans .
Overdrafts, unsecured .........- .15
U. Governaont scuritiU owned:
Deposited to secure circulation
(U. bonds par value)_-4$16.0l.6
All other United States GOV-
ernment securtie (includ-
ing premiums. If any......... 249,051.2s
Total ----------...........
Other bonds, stocks. securities., etc,
owned ............
Banking House $7.000.00
Furniur re and Fixtures ........ 3.000.eo
Real estate owned other than banking
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve
Cash In vault and amoaut due from na-
tional banks
Amount due from State banks, bankers,
and trust companies aIn the United
States (other than Included nl Items 8.
9 and 10)
Total of Items 0. 10. 11, 13
and 13 ..... $474.889.28
Miscellaneous cash items
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer
and due from U. S. Treasurer
Total ....

Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund
Undivided profits .....
circulatingg notes outstanding
Amount due to State banks. bankers, and
trust companies
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Total of Items 24, 25. 26.
27 and 28.................. 3.692.51
Demand deposits (other an bank de-
posits) subject to Reserve (deposits
payable within 20 days:)
Individual deposits subject to check........
State. county, or other municipal de-
posits secured by pledge of assets of
this bank or surety bond
Dividends unpaid.........
Total of demand deposits
(other than bank deposits)
subject to Reserve. Items
29. 30. 31. 32. 33. and 34-....$573.865.13
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable
after 30 days. or subject to SO30 days or
more notice, and postal savings):
Savings deposits..........q
State. county. or other municipal deposits
.cured by pledge of assets of this
bank or surety bond
Postal savings deposits .....
Total of time deposits sub-
ject to Reserve, Items 16.
36. 37. and 38 $1.318.081.87
United States deposits (ether than postal
savings). Including War JLoan deposit
account and deposits of United States
disbursing officers





$ 2.224.965.48







Total $ 2,224.865.48

State of Florida. County of Nassau, :
I, Fred C. Winton. Cashier of the above-named bank.
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
FRED C. WINTON. Cashier.
8bubs-.ted q4nd sworn to before me this Bth aay
of July, 1927.
o el 927) W. S. WHITNEY, Notary Public.

Miss Levan Swearingen, of Pom-
pano, is visiting relatives here.
Senator and Mrs. J. B. Stewart and
children motored to Hilliard Sunday.
We do moving and storing. Jones.
Elder Furniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mitchell are
visiting in Darien, Ga.

Miss Ruth Chaptman, of Dublin,
Ga., is visiting Miss Pearl Jordan at
Fernandina Beach.

. Miss Ruth Morse spent Saturda:
last week in Jacksonville.
Plain or Fancy Sewing Done
Jones-Elder Furniture Co.
Mrs. J. D. Ogilvie is visiting
sister at Pablo Beach this week.
T. J. Jones, of Darien, Ga., si
the week-end with his family her
Miss Doris Ogilvie, of Callahai
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Horsey's. Drug Store


We Deliver to Any Part o the City
Sunday Iwriudcd

Mr.'Joe H. Dana spent Sunday at
Ido with relatives.
Glyndon H. Waas made a business
p to Jacksonville Tuesday.
lames A. Smith made a business
p to Charlotte. N. C. this week.
A. N. Jones, of Yulee, was here
Old papers for sale at this office
5c per bundle.
P. M. Wilds, of Evergreen, was a
sitor to Fernandina Wednesday.
N. J. Parrish spent the week-end
Sparks, Ga. with his parents.
N. A. Hardee made a business trip
Jacksonville Tuesday.
Geo. S. Higginbotham was among
ose here yesterday from Callahan.
A. S. Allan spent Tuesday in Jack-

S. R. Merrow, of Darien, Ga., was
visitor to Fernandina Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hobein spent
unday in Callahan, the guests of
. S .St. John and wife.
WANTED-Shark Fins and Ter-
spins. Mee May Jan Co. tf
A. 0. Bailey. of Jacksonville, was
he guest of his parents, Mr. and
Ers. E. W. Bailey, on Sunday.
Miss Gussie Mae Poer, of Cross
ity, was the guest of friends in Fer-
andina Sunday afternoon.
Ice Cream delivered anywhere in
he city. 11. 0. Livingstone, phone
7. tf
Miss Vera Davis, of Hilliard, is the
uest of Miss .Frieda Swearingen,
his week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson, of
Waycross, Ga., spent Sunday in the
ity, the guests of relatives.
Always was and always will be the
lest Sewing Machine-The Standard.
ones-Elder Furniture Co. 2t
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Folsom, of Dan-
a, were the guests of relatives here
ast week.

Mrs. James E. Calkins,
pent Saturday in the

of Miami,
city with

FOR RENT-A furnished bed-
room. Apply to Mrs. W. B. Baker,
corner of Sixth and Beech streets. tf
Master Billie King, of Garnett, S.
C., is visiting his uncle, A. S. Lawton,
for the month of July.
A. A. Dixon and son, Hugh R.
Dixon, of Lessie, were in the city on
Monday transacting business.
Special Price on Furniture, One-
hird off for Cash for the Next 10
Days. Jones-Elder Furniture Co.

L. L. Owens, the county comniis-
sioner from Evergreen, was in the
city on Monday.
Furnished apartment down stairs.
Green Tree Inn, corner Cedar and
Eighth streets.
Mr. and Mrs. John Roe and daugh-
ter, Miss Mae Rowe, of New Smyrna,
are the guests of Mrs. M. R. Wilds.
Mrs. Amelia Heidt, of Thomasville,
Ga., is visiting Mesdames Hattie lHer-
nandez and J. Y. Purvis this week.
Just Received-New Shipment of
Victor Records at Jones-Elder Furni-
ture Co. 2t

FOR RENT-Four room cottage
with bath. Tenth street. Mrs. S.
Carrio. tf
Miss Florida Scott returned last
Friday from Elkton, where she spent
two weeks with relatives.
Miss Elizabeth Kuhn, of Nashville,'
Tenn., is the guest of Mrs. D. A.
Ice Cream delivered anywhere in
the city. H. 0. Livingstone, phone
87. tf

V. S. St. John, the Chrysler agent
from Callahan, was in the city Mon-

Mrs. Frances Hurwitz and Mise
Frances Ferreira spent Monday in
Mrs. L F. Teincken, of Savannah,
Ga., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Louis

Get Your Breakfast Room Suite
finished or unfinished, at Jones-El-
der Furniture Co.

Friends of Mrs. John Acosta wi
be -lad to lk arn that she is recupe
ating, after a week's illness.
3Ir. and Mrs. James Bessent an
children and Mr. Joe Rudolph, of S
Marys, Ga.. spent Sunday here.
See Our Beautiful Over-Stuff<
Front Room Suites at Jones-Eld
Furniture Co.
Captain Ja.s. Chadwick spent t
latter part of hlst week in Pun
Gorda visiting his nephew.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. King and son
Julius and Karl, of Dania. are spend
ing a month at Glenwood.
James A. Smith and family spe
Sunday in Dryceville as the gue!
of Mr. John Bryce and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hopkir
of Jacksonville, spent Sunday in t
city with relatives.

Miss Dorothy Jeffreys is visit
her aunt, Mrs. Yates, in St. Mary

Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Jeffreys,
Jacksonville, were visitors to tl
city on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fishier a
son, .Sammie, spent Wednesday

Mrs. C. S. Binnicker spent seven
days last week visiting relatives
R. 11. Abbott and wife returned
Tuesday from a week pleasant
spent with relatives at High Sprin
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Swearing
and daughter, Miss Frieda, and gue
Miss Vera Davis, of Hilliard, spl
Sunday in Callahan.

A. C. McAule, of Jacksonville, w
is connected with the federal pro
bition forces, was in the city Tu
Send your dyeing and cleaning
Rogers & Jones, 611 Main store
Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay par
postage on returning.
John R. Burgess, who is visiting
Jacksonville, spent Sunday here w
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. B

Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Ogilvie
Mrs. R. H. Jones, of Callahan, sp
last Friday here visiting relatives

llarriett Burgess and broti
Chevely, of Jacksonville, are spe
ing this week with their grandF
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Burgess
Portable Graphophone with
Records for $1.00 down and $1
per week at Jones-Elder Furnit
Mrs. Frank Suhrer and child
of Pensacola, and Miss Claire 9
mar, of New York City, are the gu
of rleatives this week.
Little Miss Elizabeth Hardee
spending this week in St. Marys,
as the guest of her cousin, I
Charlie Bessent.
Full line of fresh fruits and v
tables at Barnes' New Market
Grocery for week-end at chain s

Miss Texas Lipscombe and ]
Jones, of Jacksonville, spent Mon
of last week in the city, guests
Mrs. Meade Higginbotham.
Miss Voncille Conner, of C
han, has returned to her home, a
having spent several days here
the guest of Miss Frieda Swearin
FOR RENT-Five rooms with
either furnished or unfurnis
third house off Center street
South Seventh street. Inquire
Jones-Elder Furniture Co.

Renew Your Heal
by Purification

Any physician will tell you
"Perfect Purification of the Sy
s Nature's Foundation of Pa
healthh" Why not rid yourset
hronic ailments that are under
ng your vitality? Purify your
tim system by taking a tbo
ourne of Calotabs,-onee or twi
week for seval weeks-ad wee
Nature rewards you with heal
Calotabs are the greatest of
system purifiers. Get a family I
age, containing full directioaL
3 cts. At any drugstore. (A


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[iss Alice Dana, who has been t
ting her sister, Mrs. T. J. Hem-
gway, at Waldo, for the past sev-
I months, has returned homnie.
misses Nancy Ozmer, Nancy Grey
Nancy Askins, accompanied by t
ssrs. Henry Humphreys, Noble
rdee and Charlie Hall, motored to
Marys, Ga. on Sunday.
Kisses Jennie Meggs, Monica
ngs and Charlotte Hodges, of
rion, S. C., have returned to their
nes, after a week pleasantly spent
h Mrs. J. R. McLellan.

Mr. R. J. McKee and daughter,
s. Louis Sharpe, and the latter's
le daughter, Henrietta, have re-
ned from a motor trip to Wash-
ton, Groveland and Tuccoa, Ga.
Mrs. Chas. A. Lewis and daughters,
uise and Helen Tyson, of Tampa,
tored up this week to visit the
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno.

Miss Frances Brooks left on Sun-
y for Waycross, Ga., for a brief
it to relatives, after which she
nt to Sylvester, Ga. to spend sever-
days with relatives and friends.
Misses Laura Belle Jeffreys and
la May Long, of Jacksonville, ac-
npanied by Mr. Al Canova, spent
nday afternoon at Fernandina

Mrs. Chas. Collar was called to
mobile, Ala. on Monday in answer to
telegram announcing that her
other, Mrs. Helen Williams, was
ry ill.

Miss Lola Bunker has accepted a
sition with the Claud Nolan Branch
Savannah, Ga., having been em-
oyed by this concern in Jackson-
lie for the past year.

Boost Your Industries

and boost your town--insidiy on Home Products
is a conservative and most e step.

Bread, Rollskakc

and other bakery goodies under the Bake-Rite
wrapper are quality Home Mducts. Insist on


Through Your Grocer or Direct from Bakery.,


We Ahave added thri world
renowned lassware to ewr
stock. Ae coloring, prism
effect, and otchina is done
by master workmen, the re-
sult is flassware ominmutly
/i e/lss of its own. oi
will find it advertised in
the prominent magazines ef
the eonatry.

. Srunwatld

Friay, July 1l, 1927


Irs. D. G. Hllumphreys is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baker and son,
daughter, Miss Ruth Ilumphreys.. of Savannah, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs.
is at a summer camp for girls Allen Roddenberry, of Jacksonville,
loudland, Ga. I spent Thursday in the city, the guests
o of Mrs. H. V. Burgess and mother,
[rs. Claude Green and daughter, Mrs. W. B. Baker.
Plant City, spent this week as; o
guests of the former's sister, Mrs.; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Beugnet spent
J. Youngblood. 'last Thursday and Friday at Elkton
0 as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
ull line of fresh fruits and vege- Masters, their little daughters, Mild-
es at Barnes' New Market and red and Leontine, who have been vis-
cery for week-end at chain sture citing there, returning home with
es. them.

[r. and Mrs. H. J. Youngblood
e returned from a visit to the
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
)h, of Welborn.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jordan, Mrs. T.
L. Rainer, Miss Melrose Jordan, Ed-
ward Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Duggan and son, Louis, all of
Wrightsville, Ga., are the guests of
the former's daughter, Miss Pearl
Jordan, at Fernandina Beach.
Prof. L. Grunwald and Charles W.
Lasserre were hosts Monday evening
to the vestry of St. Peter's Episcopal
Church and their wives at a fish fry
at the beach. The affair was given
in honor of City Manager E. Cf Gar-
vin and wife who left yesterday for
Brunswick, Ga. to reside in future.
E. L. Wolff, city auditor and clerk
and secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce, is suffering from an in-
jured eye, as a result of a nail which
he was attempting to drive striking
him in the eye, point first. His many
friends will be glad to know that he
is getting along nicely, being able to
keep up with his duties.



40i ps

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lasserre, Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. Sahlman, Mr. and Mrs.
T. G. Ozmer, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Me-
Murray, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Kelly.
Mrs. L. Grunwald and Miss Katherine
Whitney were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Hillyer at Jacksonville on Sat-
urday evening at a buffet supper, af-
ter which the merry party motored to
Jacksonville beach to a dance.
Terrible epidemics of diseases with
appalling loss of life have followed
the wide-spread distribution of fleas.
Fleas live on mice, rats,dogs and even
human beings. Bubonic plague
which breaks out without warning
and kills thousands is one of the
many diseases for which the flea is
responsible. Fly-Tox kill-, fleas.
Spray gently against the fur from
rear of animal Simple instructions
on each bottle (blue label) for killing
ALL household insects. Insist on
Fly-Tox. Fly-Tox is safe, stainless,
fragrant, sure. Every bottle guaran-
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