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Title: Fernandina news
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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 22, 1927
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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* rnad|na News-Record. Eat. S6t .Consolidated
Nassu County Leader. Est *112 i Dec. 15. 1920



Volume 40-Number 34




Satisfactory progress is apparently
being made in the vast amount of
preliminary work pertaining to the
construction of the toll road and
bridges from the Coastal Hlighw ay
to South Amelia Island. The Chainm-
ber of Commerce is advised by Mr.
McFadden, of the Ponce de Le.,n
Corporation, that they have m,4t
satisfactory connections made andl
that the financing concern which will
underwrite the project would like t.,
get the construction gangs started by
September 1st; 1927. It seems, how-
ever, that it will not be possible to.
finish the survey work in time anti
the actual construction will be de-
layed somewhat. It appears neces-
sary to have a complete and com-
prehensive survey and set-up com-
pleted before final approval is made
and work started, and it now seems
probable that before the end of the
present year we will see this project.
which will be of such incalcuable val-
.me to Amelia Island and Fernandina,
actually under way.
This bridge and road is without
doubt the one major improvement to
be expected in the way of promoting
recreational use of Fernandina Beach
and it deserves the support without
reservation of every citizen. One of
our outstanding business men has
stated that such a road and bridge,
in his judgment, would mean more to
the island than a new railroad, and
when it is considered that this pro-
ject will create a section of the At-
lantic Coastal Hig!hway that will be,
In all probability, the most attractive
from a scenic point of view than any
otbI in its entire length, and in con-
9iWnee the most used, he is appar-
etly correct in his viewar .s
IU connection witb this tta_-
that an IpWod ty ia neemwry
and those not having expressed their
wishes as to additional paving are
again urged to send in their question-
aires. !

Effective at 12;01 a. m. Sunday, t
July 17th, 1927, through trains from
Fernandina to Jacksonville were dis-
continued and double daily service
operated between Fernandina nnd
Yulee as follows: 9
Train No. 31 leaves Ferr.andina at a
10 a. m., arriving at Yulee at 10:30 0
a. m., connecting with No. 2 at 10:47'
a. m. for Savannah and points be-
yond. Also connects with No. 107
due at Yulee at 10:11 a. m. from
New York and No. 25l, localdue t
11:32 a. m. into Jacksonville.
Train No. 32 leaves Yulee at 10:55
a. m., arriving at Fernandina at
11:25 a. m. with Yulee connections
as shown above.
Train No. 33 leaves Fernandina at
6:00 p. m., arriving at Yulee at 6:330
p. m., connecting with No. i at 6:10
p. m. from New York and into Jack-
sonville. N
Train No. 34 leaves Yulee at 6:45
p. m., arriving at Fernandina at 7:15
p. m., bringing connections with No.
1 passing Yulee at 6:40 p. m. with
passengers from Savannah and be-
Passengers leaving Fernandina on
No. 33 at 6 p. m. are due in Jackson-
ville on No. 1 at 7:37 p. m., connect-
ing with the Southerner for New
York, which leaves Jacksonville at
7:45 p. m., and with No. 4 leaving
Jacksonville at 9:00 a. m. for Sa-
vannah and beyond.
All main line trains passing Yu-
lee stop to take on or let off pas-
sengers to and from all points be-
yond Savannah, including Savannah,
except the fast New York train
*Southerner," which will stop to take
on or let off pasengers to or from
points north of Richmond-
Trains Nos. 58 and 57 (Baldwin
trains) arrive at Fernandina at 9:45
a. m. and leave at t105 p..n at
Train No. 32, due at Fernandina a
11:25 a. m., will bring southbound
mail from No. 3, arriving at Yulee
at 7:05 a.m., and mail from Jackson-
ville at 10 a. m. via No. 2. J.
Train No. 192, leaving Jackson-
ville at 8:00 a. m. and which Pts
Yulee at 8:41 a. m. stops at
for New York passengers.


A reward of Ten Dh1ll
-lading to the

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High and low tides predicted for
the Port of Fernandina at the foot of
DeSoto street for the week beginning
Saturday, July 23rd, and ending Fri-
day. July 29th:
Saturday July 23rd-High, 3:24
a.m.. 4:07 p. m., low, 9:45 a. m.,
10:30 p. m.
Sunday, July 24th-High, 4:31 a.
m., 5:09 p. m., low, 10:42 a. m. 11:30
p. m.
Monday, July 25th-High, 5:32 a.
m., 6:04 p. m., low, 11:38 a. m.
Tuesday. July 26th-High, 6:28 a.
m., 6:56 p. m., low, 0:28 a. m., 12:34
p. m.
Wednesday, July 27th-High,
7:19 a. m., 7:46 p. m., low, 1:22
a. m., 1:26 p. m.
Thursday, July 28th-High, 8:13
a. m., 8:29 p. m., low, 2:10 a. m.,
2:15 p. m.
Friday, July 29th-High, 8:53 a.
!m., 9:12 p. m., low, 2:35 a. m.,
:3:00 p. m.
There are usually two high and
two low tides each day. Tides fol-
low the moon more closely than they
do the sun, and the lunar or tidal
day is nearly an hour longer than the
solar day. This causes the tides to
advance from day to day, and a tide
which has occurred near the end of
one calendar day will be followed by
a tide that may skip the next day and
occur in the early morning of the
third day. Thus on certain days only
a single high or a single low tide oc-
curs. In such cases it will be noted
that vacancies occur in the tide





That Fernandina as a city should .
ow sufficient waterfront to enable
mb .city to offw 7
Wv'wser befbne cam a I
Bded, and it would seem that now is i
;ie opportune time to acquire such ,
rontage. It should not be necessary
ust now to improve by wharf or ter-
ninal buildings an entire stretch, but
portions of a city owned frontage
would be put into use as needed.
There are movements now under
way that will absolutely justify the
purchase of water frontage in order
to properly encourage rehabilitation
if the port.
This proposed purchase connot in
ny way be considered an extrava-
gance, but rather as'a safe and sane
and necessary investment on the part
of the city. It is beyond question
that we look forward to and expect
to regain a certain amount of port
activity. and the experience of other
port cities not owning water front-
age out of which can be created mun-
icipal terminals, should be heeded by
Fernandina. and this purchase, in the
opinion of many should he encourag-
ed as a whole.
The Chamber of Commerce will
appreciate comments and will insti-
tute a vig.rouis c:'m.y' for this
purchla-e :f ri cit :7z ns will show the
interest that this proposed purchase


The city's new A can La
France fire truck and pumper arriv-
ed yesterday and was unloaded. The
new fire fighting machine is a beauty
and comprises the last word in fire
equipment. It cost $1.500 and has
a capacity of 750 gallons per min-
ute. which Fire Chief Surrency as-
sures us is adequate for the present
needs of the city.


The signs of the Fernandina Ro-
tary Club at the city limits on Eighth
street and at Yulee are very attrac-;
tive and the local club is to be comn-
mended for the progressive spirit,
shown. The sign at the city limits
bids the incoming motorist "Wel-
come" and "Good Bye, Come Again"
and the one at Yulee points the way
to Fernandina.


postmaster E. J. Roux announces
that mail coming in on train 34 at
7:15 p. m. from the North and Jack-
sonville is now being opened upon
arrival here. which is a great conven-
ience to the public, who appreciate
-..... .,,r Roux's kindness in giving

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endorsement anti worth
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The City Commission met at 12 The postoffice department is
o'clock noon July 20th. Present: awaiting the advice that Fernandina
Commissioners P. C. Kelly, W. T. has complied with requirements as to
Commissioners P. C. Kelly, W. T. house numbering and the providing
Hale and S. R. Morrow. of receptacles for: mail before putting
The purpose of the meeting was to into effect the mail delivery as ar-
canvass the returns of the Democrat-. rag~ed. House numbers can be se-
ic primary election of J,uly 19th,. cured by applicati n at city hall, and
S .h.Ee .,_. watef of ".d the figures are a1 3 Alit tbi4t
n e t io br the rot@ran of said W,.b a ah
lary election dulyC4it by R(Tecpta-.les for mail which must
Inspectorma, e oT ei*tton *ow- be placed on all residence who .*
ed a total of two hundred and fifty- cupants wish the service, are also ir
five (255) ballots cast, N. B. Borden stock at the local hardware stores
and those who intend to take advan
having received a total of twenty- stage of the delivery must complete
nine (29) votes., and W. T. Ilail the requirement as early as possible
having received a total of two hund- Postmaster Roux stated today tha
red and twenty-five (225) votes, if the requirements were met prompt
One ballot being improperly mark- ly it is possible to begin delivery by
ed, was reported as void. October 1st. but that until he was ii
W. T. Iaile was declared to be the, position to write the department tha
regular Democratic nominee for the this had been done, no further step
office of City Commissioner in the I would be taken toward calling an ex
general election to be held the 3rd ; amination for carriers, nor for in
Tuesday in August next for City -tllation of mail boxes. It is there
Commissioner for a term of three (3)' fore apparent that to avail ourselves
years. 'f this service we must at once ar
There being no other business, the range to number houses and put u
commission adjourned. mIail receptacles.





The Fernandina Rotary Club met Local anglers are now reporting
the Fernandina Beach casino for large catches off the north jetty new
s regular noon hour luncheon on Fernandina.
onday on account of the Keystone 1). lHarvey, Jr., and W. C. Bal
hotel dining room closing for a her, both of the Atlantic Coast Lim
onth in order to make needed re- railroad, while fishing for chann
airs to the kitchen, and Mrs. II. T. bass the first of the week, hung tw
'eimar, who is in charge of the cas- tarpon, estimated to be over six fei
to, served the Rotarians with a sea in length. Both of them escape
ood dinner that could not he sur- however, after breaking the tackle.
passed. A number of laige bass, mackerel
Short talks were made by J. 0. trout, drum. blue fish and sheepshea
assidy, Senator J. B. Stewart, Fath- were brought back to the city
r Tom Jones and Albert D. Simon ot, evidence of the day's catch. Othe
mely topics. This was the firs' in the party included II. M. Hatche
meeting that Senator Stewart hail '. L. Barnett, F. G. Faulkner, Jot
attended since being elected to mem Meeks and J. L. Kitchen.-Florid
ership and he was given a rousin, Times-Union, July 20th.

The club will meet at the casino cv-
ery Monday until the Keystone Hot, i

dining room reopens.

~_~ u-hI mlMM nuum- u mllllmnuUlIlll"

F. W. Sadler has returned
city from West Palm *Beach,



I Waas' Drug Store



to the


Coming as a surprise to their many
friends is the announcement 4f the
marriage of Miss Bernic Louise
Clifford and Mr. Frank Weimair Siih-
rer, better known as Billy. Th'e wed-
ding was solemnized yesterday morn-
ing ,-6:30 o'clock at the rectory of
the S hred Heart Church, with Rev.
Isadorp officiating, in the presence
of the immediate families of th.- con-
tracting parties and two uiritnate
friends, ]1r. J. M. Clements an,'l Mlis
Helen Foley.
The bride was lovely in a fl-sh
colored georgette crepe sport :ir .
with which she wore a Frern!c iude
felt hat and other access,.r- to
Following the ceremony th. y .ung
couple left for a motor trip t, p" nts
in South Florida, after whit. "hey
will return to Pensacola an,: at
home to their friends with th. r t-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. t'r'" rd.
at 1325 East Mallory- street.
The bride, who completed h r Jun-
ior year at the Pensacola higi" l"'h
Last June, has resided in P\ -aitla
for the past nine years and ha-. :a, y
friends among the younger "
Mr. Suhrer, son of Mr. a' lrs.
Frank J. Suhrer, of 504 Ea-" '& -
den street, is the popular ph;ar! t
at Hannah's Pharmacy.-P- -".
News, June 15th.

The young ladies of F-r: .n.iina
are asked to enter the "Favor.- "
a., _I.:t..k will tart MondI Ju l

an examination whether he or she
has a ciompietitor or not.
Schedule of examinations is as
follows : :00-'.::{0, Elementary
Algebra; :30-11 :1. ( ;.Gneral Ilis-
tory; 11:00-12::10. English; 2:01-
3::30), American IIistory and Consti-
tution of the United States; ::)o0-
5:00, English and American Litera-
ture. No applicant will he award-d
a scholarship unless he or she makes
an average grade of 70 per cent with
a grade oin no subject less than 50)
per cent.
Applicants should provide them-
selves with legal cap paper, pen and
ink. DIate August 5, 11927. Appli
catioin blanks will be furnished frim
the C( untv Superintendent's office.
,7-_ 0. T. WEAVER, Supt.


MUni ,r -'-rvice. will be held a t th.
Methd-it church Sunday evening at
8:00 ., cl-k. Re v. W. T. Overstreet,
pastor ft the First iPresbyterian
Church. *Aill public i- cordially invited to attend.


The l):anish steamship Progress,
Capt. .-. arrived in port last Mon
day, I, a pare(.. of phosphate for
Ilarn v an arid sailed the same day
for Ja,- iville. s
The. -:--tlish motor vessel Hjel.
mart-ri. (i;t. Jacobsi,n, arrived in
port T .- lay mritling fro Nw
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O O --
During this period of growth, seve- The need fo,r I i ti,.n on Amelia
ral Baha'i teachers from the Orient Island in sufficit ;i ta'r c bdie.s to
Sleassure enoughli to -4 .taiplh crop to
have traveled through Europe and provide good mii:rkt .in facilities> has
America, instructing and teaching the long been al[parti andl tlh (amlllioc-r
people, and helping to establish new of Commerce i- c. titiing; ;n invcs-
centers. Likewise, teachers from the tigation to deterltlil the :i cra
Occident have journeyed and taught cost and re\nt. to, Ib, Cxp ,d ft
in the oriental countries. Quietly White Onions.
and slowly the Cause has grown a- From information ot:i;ind, it
mid all varieties of human conditions, seems that due to our ad:ult;age:.ius
among peoples of every religion, race location in beini protected to activ
andclmod salt water, that .mXnieia Isl:d, is tpar-
and clime. In the growth and pro- ticularly well .dlapted for the coin
gress of the Baha'i Cause :s demon- mercial production of ~trai\l-.rries
strated its universal power. Accept- in paying quantities. Te.ineratire
ed by people of every condition it is readings over a period of -ex ral winl.
S ter seasons have chl-:rlyv diiini-t-rat making. inroads into their souls as the fact that this iland tlhta an a'..
leaven; it is uniting these many heter- erage higher teinp'era:ture tl:an tli:ii
ogeneous elements into one homo- prevailing in sections of tlih Stant
generous world-people, recognized as being the l,-t lwo.
s tions for growing strawblerrits. TI!
The method of Baha'i teaching is that white unions for grill rtraw h c. i
constructive in every sense. In pre- paying quantities here has i,, en del
senting this Cause to people, the initely proven and lines of activity
teacher's first step, after bringing his are being worked out to promote tili
own life into harmony with the teach- crop as well as t(hrries. A cult lita
tion of say, one th lusand ac-re -
ing, is to confirm the seeker in the this island in those two crops ,,u
truth of his own religion and upon mean an income NET ,f at h.;isi ion
that confirmation, as a foundation, half million dollars yearly. 'llh
place the seekers faith in this'latter- figures may be startlinge and mi1.a I
day teaching. Argument and dispute considered visionary, but cold fact
have no place in this Cause. The gotten from actual experience I
teaching is quietly yet fearlessly giv- other parts of the State prove l w.
en with much love, and then the mat- to be minimum.
ter is left with the listener and God. Definite effort to encourage' ti
Baha'u'llah urges everyone to investi- growing of these two crops ill 1
gate religion for himself, not accept- well under way before the end t
ing anything blindly nor by hearsay. this month, and if the interest
People are not urged nor enticed, but owners of lands will be properly (
rather through the Baha'i spirit of rected we can get results as early
love are attracted to te Cause. December of this year.
All are exhorted to derve the Cause
.- by teaching, C are not EXAMINATION FOR 5CH"ou
' Cause must first fir1 tOOtn tel
1 sipt of t- p Ble.l en .they.wil According to the ame led act
Sarse themselve to sup urt it. *heu 11hag to scholarships in tha Uniw
a person realizes the greatness of the sity of Florida and th the Flori
' privilege of aiding the Baha'i work, State College for Women,; this Fei
R he assists in the measure he is able, Eorial District is entitled to o
his owni heat being his guide. The scholarship for next year an'l tl
. Baha'is are working to unite all races county is entitled to one scholars
t and religions in.#e love of the Lord. in each of the above institutions.
- They are not looking for praise nbr Applicants for the Senator
y even to see results, their satisfaction scholarships will not be required
n is that of service; and there is no enter any particular department
t other satisfaction or pleasure which the University or Florida State C
s can approach that joy-the joy of lege for Women, neither will th
- serving Ilis Cause. be required to enter upon any par
- Now in these days of the first cular vocation upon leaving collej
" Guardian of the Cause, Shoghi Ef- Applicants for the county school,
s fendi, the organization is beinr estab- ships will be required to regisi
- lished as outlined and provided for in either in the Teachers College of t
P the testament of 'Abdu'l-Baha. Sp'ri- University of Florida or in the Schl
tual assemblies, local and national, of Education of the Florida St;
have been founded and are working, College for Women and will be
as already stated, in the many lands quired to teach two years after gr:
y where the Baha'is are gathered. The uation. The requirements for eli
International Assembly, however, is ability for these scholarships will cI
g yet to be inaugurated, as well as tinue to be the same as they ha
ar other Baha'i institutions. Spiritual been heretofore.
strength and confirmation in ahuind- Competitive examination for th
r- ance attend the early workings of the scholarships will be conductUd at 1
e Baha'i organization.-Adv. county seat in the county court hoi
el on Friday, August 5, 1i.27. Ev,
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Your name printed on this side of
program entitles you to free admis-
edy drama of the war that is vibrant
with all the qualities you like best
in good pictures. The story of the
adventures of a couple of shop girls
who enlist as Y. M. C. A. entertain-
ers during the great scramble. (Mr.
James 0. Cassidy and one.) There's
plenty of humor, pathos, and big bat-
tle scenes. Good comedy. 10 and
-INE DAY. Romance ahoy! A sea
thriller you will not forget. A story
that will take you out of yourself.
A provocative beauty cast up by an
angry ocean, brings trouble and the
shadow of disaster to the life of a
young mariner. But she brings, too,
a love that no hardship can overcome.
A fascinating love story, an impres-
sive spectacle. (Miss Margaret Clark
and one.) Roach comedy, "TWO
15 and 35c.

Comic opera on the screen? Sure-
ly-when it's done by Marion Davies!
"The Red Mill," stage sensation of
a few seasons ago, proves one of the
most lilting, delightful--and withal
rather thrilling vehicles the famous
Cosmopolitan beauty has ever ap-
peared in. Those who remember her
"Yolanda," "Lights of Old Broad-
way" or "Beverly of Graustark" will
get a new conception of her many-
sided talents by watching her in "The
Red Mill," playing at the Rex Thea-
tre Thursday.
It is a new Marion Davies that
this play has given the screen--a
lightsome, colorful creature of
evaneseent mood" and charming lit-
""m w y-a whimsical sense of
human and an" amafas am &pbu*twv ,-
poignant dramatic acting----ll rolled
into a quaint Dutch costume, with
wooden shoes and blonde pigtails
The story is a romance of Holland
-at times verging on the tragic, with
a number of thrills and an eerie ad-
venture in a haunted mill. But-
throughout it teems with comedy-
uproaring situations between Miss
Davies and her Irish lover, played by
Owen Moore; a hilarious love affair
between Karl Dane, of "Big Parade"
fame, and Louise Fazenda, veteran of
custard pie comedies of the screen,
and other rollicking bits.
Comedy Retaimed latact
The story was adapted from the
stage hit by Victor Herbert and
Henry Blossom; one of the most
widely known comic operas of late
years. Adapted to the screen, the
dramatic elements of its plot were
stressed by Frances Marion, the sce-
narist, but all its lightsome comedy
vein was kept intact. Miss Davies'
inimitable vein of humor found a
ready expression, which is a forcible
contrast to her clever emotional act-
Owen Moore is convincing as "Ter-
rence," the Irish lover; Karl Dane
and Miss Fezenda make a perfect
comedy relief team, aided and abet-
ted not a little by Snits Edwards,
while George Siegman appears as the
villainous uncle in his best villain-
ous style.
Fred Gambold. William Orlamond,
Russell Powell and others round out
the cast. Several hundred people
take part in the larger scenes and
the staging is spectacular. William
Goodrich directed the production.
Screen stars are noted for their
hobbies. The particular diversion of
Fritzi Ridgeway. who is in the sup-
porting cast of "Man Bait" in which
Marie Prevo,.t is starred by Metro-
politan. in the study of foreign
languages. She has mastered French,
Italian. German. Russian and Spanish
and speaks all fiv, fluently.
Mips Ridgeway returns to the
screen in "Man Bait" after an absen-
ce of several years during which
time she was a popular favorite on
the Keith-Orphum circuit, where
she was a headliner.
In "Man Bait." which comes to the
Rex Theatre next Friday, Miss Pre-
vost is supported by Kenneth Thom-
son. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Adda
Gleason. Eddie Gribbon, Louis Nath-
eaux, Betty Francisco, Sally Rand
and Miss Ridgeway. Donald Crisp

"CORPORAL KATE," first picture
ever screened which prewnts the
women's side' of the World War.
Th. ia itf nt.,. .._ *..-....& A....J

{ "The right guide" in "What Price
|-' | [{ Glory" is now a broncho buster.'
r E14 Jack Pennick. professional *soldier.
who appeared principally with Victor
T ONE McLaglen in "What Price Glory,"
has the role. of "Jinx" Johnson in
"The Broncho Twister." Fox Films
7 latest production starring Tom Mix.

Pennick served as a sergeant with
the American regulars before the
army went to France. Since he quit
the service, 'ennick has been a fami-
liar figure at Hollywood studios as
technician in the handling of troops.
He is playing the part of a buddy
to Mix in "The Broncho Twister."
"Jinx" Johnson is a comedy part. lie
is just what Pennick is in real life.
"Jinx" had served in France with
Mason, played by Mix. When the
war ends he declares to quit the army
and become a broncho twister in
spite of the fact that he was brought
up in the infantry and knows nothing
about horses except that "the cavalry
rides 'em." His comedy difficulties
with his horses on the Mason rancho
carry forward t he drama of "The
Broncho Twister" and at the dyna-
mite finish he proves himself a buddy
worthy of Mason's confidence.
Appearing with Mix and Pennick
in "The Broncho Twister" are hielene
Costello. Paul Nicholson, iDoris Lloyd,
Malcolm Waite. Otto Fries. Dorothy
Kitchen and George Irving.
"TheBroncho Twister," which will
have an early showing at the Rex
Theatre. Saturday, is from an origin-
al story by Adela Rogers St. John
and the scenario is by John Stone.
scenarist of "The Iron lHorse.": Bad
Men," and other noted successes.

with MARION DAVIES. Adopted
from tl- famous stage play and
operetta. Most of it filmed in Hol-
land, thi land of the story. If this
was a i -or story, with Marion in
the lea. ,t would be good entertain-
ment. iut the story's interesting,
which, oiledd to Marion's talent, as-
sures you a worthwhile show. (Mr.
and Mr'. L. Grunwald.) Tuxedo
comedy. "MY STARS." 10 and 25c.
BANKS. JR. Poor girl-rich boy-
in love >ore parents. You've prob-
ably seon that story worked out be-
fore, lita you've never seen the slant
that it :ets here. A peppy cast in a
screen t;,iic de luxe. (Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. .Jwell.) Felix Cat Cartoon,
series of daring and amazing stunts,
in a snimashing romance of the West-
ern ranges. The ace of 'Western
stars crashes his way against terrific
odds for the sake of love and revenge.
Chapter 7 of "THE HOUSE WITH-
OUT A KEY." Chase comedy,
and 2.5c.

Former champ l)cDmisey an,l
Jack Sharkcy of t.wton in a hur-
ried and very f,,rmal handshak,
after signing for battle to I,.
staged at N Y July 21.



Gainesville, Fla. Coccidosis is
one of the most destructive diseases
of young chickens, the heaviest
losses being in chicks four to eight
weeks of age. says N. It. Melri;,f.
extension poultryman. This spring
and at the present time a number
of poultry raisers have been and l re
losing chicks with this disease. MNlr-
tality is relatively high. sometimes
being as high as 25 to 50w perch, nt.
Adult birds may have a chronic ltype
of the disease.
This disease is caused by a micro-
scope protozoan parasite present in
the intestines of chicks. In young

Til We fMeet Agaii

"Captain Salvation"-sage of the
seven s,.as-one of literature's most
beautiful love stories, set in a terrific
setting of struggle, elemental emo-
tion and a maelstrom of human mo-
tives. is a paradox in pictures. The
new Cosmopolitan screen drama play-
ing at the Rex Theatre Tuesday and
Wednesday, is one of the most as-
tounding contributions to the screen
drama in years.
A love romance is told in a vol-
cano of human emotions; with char-
acters that represent the brutal, the
fearless, the godless; the man who
sailed the' old clipped ship and
looked death& and worse in the face
with a grin It is realistic to the
oi't-_-ftr lj error at Atmes; it is
7 -"Ps a w % adventure
and lure the sea-but these are
only the bckrounds to the central
theme; the love of a boy and a girl
enmeshed in a plot such as few
authors have ever dreamed. 0
The play, adapted from the novel
by Frederick William Wallace, was
given a magnificent production at
the Metro-GoldwOa-Mayer studios.
and on an old-time clipped ship on
the high seas, where much of the ac-
tion was taken on an actual boat such
as the "hell ship" of the story.
Lars Hanson, the Swedish star who
recently created a furor in"The Scar-
let Letter"and "Flesh and the Devil,"
plays the title role, as the young di-
vinity student who forsook God for
the sea-with the dramatic results
that make the play a thing apart.
Hanson, a splendid actor, was once a
sailor himself-which adds to the
realism of his role, especially in the
sea scenes. Pauline Starke as the
vivid charmer, and Marceline Day as
the village sweetheart, divide honors
among the women. One of the play's
outstanding figures is Ernest Tor-
rence, as the brutal sea captain, a
smiling devil gloating while men died
in torture.
George Fawcett. Flora Finch. Sam
de Grasse, Eugenic Forde, and others
of note have adequate roles, in what
is one of the best acting casts assem-
bled for a single picture in years.
John Robertson, who recently di-
rected Lillian Gish in "Annie Laurie"
directed the new production with
artistic skill.
Manuscript covers, either 'blank or
printed, on sale at the Leader office.

, 0m* 1 a ocbema a-A

Tn Iteriail.
Th ei .lir liquid or drv. i of considtr-
alle va;ilmt in contrt'lling outbreaks
n' coccidi,'sis.
TI;.. ;:::t : ire e'-It:.gk' of poultry
r isters in thie >atc wha w hamlet h:ad

Sees Snake Personality

Georges Chappclle of France,
now in the U. S., is head of the or-
ganization which annually exter-
minates 2 million snakes and liz-
ards in India and Java. He ex-
plains here that "Charlotte"-in
hand-is deadly-hut really of gen-
tle breeding and iull of "person-
ality" when you know her right.


Im m

this disi v; I in tInI. '. ', '... ( ui-II d
the milk as a drink undcr ti- ftol-
lowing method: Kctp milk cin-
stantly before' the, ch;-ks in fointaiinl
or troughs (earthirve :'tr. gil.s, ior
wood). allow ino water. i: a ni-lIh. 'fed
scratch twice daily, feed gren.- daily
iand practice sanitation. After th'.
disease has disappears' ihe' lt'cIinL


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On account of moving to Kentucky, I
am offering for sale the following:
One bedroom suite, consisting of Sini-
mons twin beds, walnut dresser, chifferobe
and large rocker. One mahogany center
table and two mahogany settees. One 9xl22
velvet drugget. One L. C. Smith 12-inch
typewriter. One Ford coupe, fully equip-
ped, been operated 7,000 miles. One laige
wardrobe, with double glass doors. Two
tons. of coal and two cords of heater wood.






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chi-ck- t .( ( lli;d p' .'h s) are
the part .ffectftd.
Sopm) f the l' ; p. p's;ig fartoers
of thi ,t; ease a ,' r--fceding, sud-
den -': ,. in thOw ration. pool"y ,'I'N"
v'ntiLat, t p,,;ltry l .... is.r ;..' loo ji
n:iny icks i"n hI,,'usc. chilling.
and 111,~ flitrN v 'r-.i i".- incut'I.WH
The il ,.f :!r' In 'n nvio'h infec-
ed chit< ;ens hai;vI t tn kept is the
Irl st ,mnm n 1e 'ii infection.
Br i.die hos f'.ed'l anid water
vcsl es etc. r .-i. ': vy ui 't for in-
f( ted *ird n \ w i i ,ve j it le ..n
PI> per v c'.;. a' I Pi'V lc .i .,,ii'ce of
tl.,- inT -ct'-'. Attndal t. :n \y cnitry
irfec1t on irt, !>rooder house frrom -
c Int:a iinar,.,l y: rds. i -,
l)r. >pir c.: s c :',,.'..'1y tiHe fir' t
s lp'inm. i ,iolk't. Bird, remain close
to h ver. i not eat. wins dr' p.
and he;,i is *r: wn in. The drop-
p;ng of affet.J, chicks frctuenty.
alth. ul nit Ail ;ays. corta n bIlo d. .
Snoi itn ,rt, m examirnttion t e
wal ofh tlhe a cc are genradlly thitk-
ere. :an.l ftAnt' sufficient at
bIo t tI vi riv-' their a ra.,i!i. h at )pe: r- 3,
at,. Th .ea of cf lhickis .vhich lin- \
gl fi;r :i we'ek ,r miorv -ft'ore dea'th
oft',n .Iltin an :n :imuint:lation of
gr vish ir y llow,,ish-whit .' cheese;

, :, ma.Ih may be gradually r !. i.
hitter again given, and t,, :t : :
,,:" milk reduced.
Sanitation :!nd care ar.
', control this disease.

How about that subscript int t I ,I
Chamber of Commerce.



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Irida. July 22, 192


IONE No. 50




Office Firfloor Waas


Ocite Post Office

MAN VS. NATURE been handled in such a way that the
S--- or soil would not have washed out so
Much of our every day life-n- easily, and so as to slow down the
Sists of a struggle of man agistIrun ofr ef the water. When man goes
nature. Nature is kindly in her al- ahead in his hit or miss and take-
ings with man, provided that in a-chance way. he gets into trouble.
obeys her laws and conforms tcer In agricultural production we are
methods. If man ignores her vs, rapidly learning to treat our soils so
then he gets into trouble. Sut a as to preserve their value and to
calamity as the Mississippi wv.y bent the insect pests. In our manu-
flood results from a defiance oIr facturing industries, the scientists
failure to comply with the lawaf and technicians are playing a con-
nature. stantly more effective part, and we
A more careful study of the vs learn how to produce materials that
of nature, would have shown will stand strain and conform to hu-
country and all these sufferers, tit man needs.
it was not safe to build homes Technical investigators will be de-
these flooded districts without c ended upon mone and more to tell
tain steps of protection from the at -us what tl('he ways of nature are and
rY waters that have swept throu' what we have f*, do to conform with
that great valley ever since histo them. Man's labor without such in-
was known. vestigation is lblundering. He is con-
We should have retained the to stantly "in had." from having over-
eats around the headwaters of thei looked some law of nature to which
streams, thus somewhat check he should have conformed.
floods. Also the cultivated section
of the valley could probably hav ASKING FOR BUSINESS

The time has gone by when the
things people want can be had on
MON BIN COM N the silent method. People have to
N BIN COMPANY ask for things they want. If you are
Next Door to Chung Li looking for anything, and just sit
Sing's Laundry patiently and wait for people to
NEW ORIENTAL Sspeak to you and ask you what you
W ORIENTAL STORE want, you will have to wait a long
Dishes, Vases, Flower Contai- time. You have to ask for what you
os" Fans of All Kiads, Silk, Ewant.
Teas and Other CGoods That principle applies to business
MODERATE success. You have to ask the public
CATE S for patronage, and show reasons why
*..-w m. ae, tr KOSurtee "'If a business makes no effort to-
Solar1 eere patronage, and just waits
__ ~quietly until it comes, it will wait a
long time. People think such a con-
cern lacks the spirit of enterprise.
1 rlGRtl ALT Newspaper advertising furnishes
L an abundant means by which the
Optometrist and Master business people can ask for patron-
Optician age, and show reasons why it should
All D erstet oe v00 se rnhmti- be given. It is the kind of appeal
ucally coro which people expect in these times,
j ani to which they will respond.

Hotel Cali"da


Dining Room Now Open
(24 Hour Service)

Sunday and Week Da'S
ChicKen Dinners, 75c
Chicken Dinners. $1.25





...TRY THE...

Waffle Shop
"If. the N t et pla toHm Fr Lades and Gtl "

B ssering Not Wafflesat any hour of the day or night,
we ser the best of Re Meals ad Short Orders at very
.. mablrve the r
reaonable pricc.

- &Man Ukofk333mm.

LFmgen *1iqUW

ways pronounced wrong.
American-What word
"Wrong, of course."

All Through History
Samson-Do you neck?
Deliliah-S-a-ay, that's my

is that?


Samson-Well, let's transact a
little business.

An Unkind Cut
"I shall never marry," William
declared, "until I meet a woman
who is my direct opposite."
"Well, Bill," said Aggie, "that
shouldn't be difficult. There are
a number of intelligent girls at

We'll Say It Is
"What's the hardest thing about
ice-skating when you're learning?'*

asked the beginner.
"The ice," was tUe sheat epiy.
.5 apNjs- -.; Uxcepied Jack,"
said an old flame of his. "I sup-
pose he never told you he 'once
proposed to me."
"No," retorted Jack's new sweetie,
"not exactly. He merely said he had
done a lot of silly things before meet-
ing me. But I didn't ask him what
they were."

Not An Asset
Street Artist-"All drawn with me
left hand, sir."
Student-"That's no excuse."
The Tendency In Broadcasting
According to reports from Wa Ii-
ington, many of the radio broadcast-
ing stations find that this enterprise
is not giving them satisfactory vn-
ough returns, so that many of tlisee
stations may voluntarily decide to
discontinue their operations within a
few years.
If broadcasting shall be confined
to a smaller number of stations. tie

tendency would be to make the fac-
ilities of such stations seem iniore
valuable to advertisers, which would
help pay the expenses of the stations
that secure the finest attractions.
Sensible people will realize that as
they do not pay for the privilege of
listening in, only as they pay for it
indirectly through the purchase of
radio sets and equipment, they can
not criticise too freely the programs
that are offered.
Intelligent people will hope that
the effort will be made to broadcast
the addresses at a great many public
meetings, where noted speakers give
their hearers the best thought t.f the
day on pending questions. We are
already getting much fine music, but
there never can be too much of that.
Those who want something more than
jazz will hope that every night in
every section there will be the ippor-
tunity to listen to orchestras, i hands,
or choral organizations that present
the finest types of music.
Then there need to be regular
study courses over the radio, through
which leading teachers in schoo"- and
colleges should be engaged to ture
on their specialties, so that a r :ss of
people can obtain further '.ture.
But means must be found for financ-
ing such services. The fees for radic
advertising will do that to some ex-
tent, but to obtain all the educttiona
material desired, some plan for fourth
er financial assistance is likely to be
called for.

Dog license for fiscal year is due
and must be paid promptly to City
Treasurer and Collector at hi6 office,
city building Ash and 2nd street. or
6- A*I.- A *l'S-L" C.enTWC

The Steak You Cannot Resist

is the one y'ir wife broils
for you- -*'.e one that
comes fr *, our shop.
Pay a litt nWore and get
the As1c. .t of beef
at this .i't We prom-
ise you uni nforrm quality
day by hy 'hen you pur-
chase frmn us.


SejETep TO A Fw
ET &~160
fi,, ..,io uL^ 9

Yesa He Did
"That drunkard we just saw is a
very touching case. Isn't he'"'
"Well, now that you mention it,
yes. He touched me for a five-
spot yesterday!"

Truthful at Least
"Do you suffer from thirst?""
"Suffer? Why, it's my greatest

There's a Reason
"I haven't taken a woman out
in five years," offered the prisoner
as he broke another stone.

Good Old Pals
"Yes, sir. It certainly pays to
study," said the young main as he
received his usual fifty-dollar check
from his old man. "If not for my
studies I wouldn't have this check.
And I owe it all to my fellow stud-

Shot at Sunrise
German-There is one word in
the English language that is al-

:ainesville, Fla.-The
Department of the

State Plani

Board desires to urge those citrus
growers who expect to use fungus
for the control of whitefly this
summer to get their supply early,
preferably during the next two
weeks. As the Plant Board plans to
move its offices and laboratories into
the new Horticultural Building some-
time during August, facilities for the
proper keeping of the season's sup-
ply of fungus will be temporarily in-
terfered with. Hflence growers are
urged to get their supply at once as
otherwise delays may be unavoidable.
It is also considered best to apply
fungus early in the season, especially
in gr ves in which but little or no
fungi s is now present.
A 1LLr"Il supply of the red white-
fly-fungus (Red Aschersonia) is
available. None of the yellow kind
is available as Plant Board entomolo-
gists were successful in producing
only a very limited supply. A cul-
ture consists of the amount of fun-
gus that can conveniently be grown
in a pint wide-mouth bottle and when
mixed with the proper amount of wa-
ter is sauffioit for spraying an acre
transportation charges v-pmwdb e
Plant Board.
Directions for applying fungus are
furnished with each shipment.

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

Plight of the Flooded Districts

The water has receded in the main
from the flooded districts of the
Mississippi valley, but reports from
that section indicate a most pitiful
condition. Many thousands of these
farmers are penniless, without tools
and farm stock. Many of them are
planting little makeshift crops, hop-
ing to get a little something they can
sell for cash before summer ends,
hut their outlook is most unpromis-
The American people must not for-
get their condition, which in many
cases is desperate. These folks are
willing to work to recover from their
disaster, but they must have tools
and money and equipment to work

Advantages and Achievement

The people who have given their
children fine advantages at colleges,
schools, camps, and in travel, often
feel very complacent about the
wonderful chance their children have
had. But it sometimes happens, that
the finer advantages people have, the
less good use they make of them.
And then it will happen that young
folks who com* up from limited or
humble backgrounds, with little in
the way of advantages, will make
very fine successes.
Which shows that you can't feed
culture and achievement into a boy
or girl as you feed milk into a baby
They have to take hold and acquire it
by their own untiring effort.
If your health is bad and you have
spells of swimming in the head, poor
appetite, constipation and a general
no-account feeling, it is a sign your
liver is .torpid. The one really de-
pendable remedy for all disorders in
the liver, stomach and bowels is Her-
bine. It acts powerful on the liver,

Modern youth was defended at the
convention of the International
Christian Endeavor societies at
Cleveland a few days ago. It was
declared that the present day young
people are as responsive to high
ideals as those of any previous age.
While there are millions of young
people who are purposeful and gener-
ous, there seem to be a very large
number who manifest a reckless and
don't care spirit. Perhaps there have
always been an equal number of such.
What many of them need is to learn
more self respect, and to find out
that if they cheapen themselves by
reckless conduct, they stain the re-
putation which is their principal


Watch for symptoms of worms in
your children. These parasites are
the great destroyers of child life. If
you have reason to think your child
has worms, act quickly. Give the lit-
tle one a dose or two of White's
Cream Vermifuge. Worms cannot
exist where this time-tried and suc-
cessful remedy is used. It drives out
the worms and restores the rosy hue
of health to baby cheeks. Price 35c.
Sold by J. Geo. Suhrer, Fernandina,
and The Conner Co., Callahan.


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by having your cylinders rebored at
Sorensen's Machine Shop. We spec-
cialize on the machining of automo-
bile parts. specially cylinder boring,
piston packing, valve grinding, etc.
W'e will gladly show you specimens
of our work and how it adds to the
speed, power and endurance of a car.


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Page Three

Effective Avi:ust 1st, the manage-
ment of tie v e,\ Theatre. Fernan-
dina, will not el in our hands. We are
responsible for tno accounts con-
tracted after ;I.'\ v date in the nanie
of the theatre. All accounts p:yable
to the theatre of date prior to Aug.
1st are due to Ole undersigned.
Inter tate Enterprises.

$5.00 REWARD
We will pay a reward of $.5 for
the arrest and conviction of the per-
son stealing electric light bulbs from
in front of our store. CALIFORNIA

Let the Leader print that job. Sat-
isfaction guaranteed.


jxme./ia City 7ou/try farm

* *

N. 3rd St., Bet. Center and
Alachua Streets


SPortraits, Groups and Views.
Copying and Enlarging
STwenty-Four-plour Service on
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Fourth Street. North of Post Office.

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and Cleaning To

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F. H. HOBIEN, Proprietor


Made L. Lockwood, 22, of Zeig-
SIll. detected counterfeit
Is by the feel-as she worked in
e local bank. She tipped-off
deral officers and a gang which
i circulated $400.000 of %purioMs
tes was caught




Pa. --U-- -


S FrIay, July 22,i 12



No. 20 NWerth Se Stetd se

Entered at tal Postoles at
Fernandia. lfft"a. U eesd-
culr Mael Mall Matar.


Local and Long Distance
Phone, 40

One Year t1.
Six Months 76
Single Copy AS

After 50 years of reforming poli-
tics, it costs more money to run for
office than ever before.

One of the old hymns says, "The eye, to be ashamed of and to remove
way is long and weary," and it cer- anything that appears seedy or rough
tainly seems so over some of the or decadent or neglected.
rough roads this summer. It would be a wonderful thing if
all towns could generally attain this
This sophisticated age always higher standard of neatnesm and care,
knows what to do socially, but it is and if the people should generally re-
financially embarrassed as much as solve to acquire a higher self respect
ever before. by the removal of all d:.order and
neglect. A trim, neat, well cared
Not advisable to work so hard on for town is wonderful advertising for
your vacation that you can't work its people, its industries, its real
any for a week or two after getting estate. People ought to be ashamed
back. of slatternly looking home grounds
and streets. They should find gen-
The summer girls are very allur- uine pleasure in cultivating grass and
ing nowadays, but fortunately the flowers and shrubbery, and keeping
wives are vigilantly looking after the same in order with constant care.

The voters would all probably at-
tend to their duties and get out and The suggestion has recently been
vote, if paid one or two bucks for made by Senator Hefln, of Alabama,
their time. that the proceedings of congress
th -- gs IL n

The American people expect to
buy most everything on the instal-
ment plan now, but they object to
being paid by that method.

Now if Cal Coolidge will wear his
cowboy hat back to Washington, it
may help him ride that bucking bron-
cho known as Congress.

One more thing needed is fewer
thumb jerkers asking for rides on the
highways, and more hoe jerkers get-
ting the weeds out of the gardens.
The harder the beds breadth.
poorer the foos t6.14 14 tI
from home, the better time many
people think they are having.

The fruit harvesting has now be-
gun sufficiently so that the boys are
scouting all around to gather in any
that is ripe.
Our tourists need not think that a
shady show becomes interesting
merely by transferring it from one
of our cities to Paris.

No objection will be felt to third
terms for many of the crooks and
bandits who are terrorizing honest

A great many excellent ideas are
put forward by the reformers, many
of which are all very fine but for one
little fault, and that is that they do
not figure on human nature.

The bandits and burglars are still
* getting some hauls, but rooms are all
engaged for their occupancy in the
near future in the various state


After the young crowd have had
the family automobile for the even-
ing, the Old Man inspects the garage
door to see how much it suffered
when they came in.

If President Coolidge thought he
was going to get away from public
observation by going to the Black
Hills, he must have seen his mistake
before this time.
50,000,000 dimes were made last
year at the government mints, but it
will take more than that number for
the American people to satisfy every-
one on their travels this summer.

The drivers who think they can
come within an inch of hitting pa-
ing cars without touching them, are
likely before long to be trying to
steer a hospital cot through the dang-
er ward.


Here is one thing we can all do
for home town progress. People are
coming in here a good deal for the
summer to visit friends. We all meet
more or leas of them. As we meet
them, let us show a paitidulabrb co-
dial spirit. Let us show personal in-
terest in them, offer to show the
interesting things in our home ct,
etc. We can make them feel that
their presence here is wieco-ed and
that we would like to see ore of
Then when they leave, they c My
away the impression that Fraesadia
is a place of cordial and habtm Ueo-

should be broadcast over the radio.
The idea has previously occurred to
many people.
Certain difficulties are at once ap-
parent Most of the proceedings of
congress take place in the daytime,
while the people are most at liberty
to listen in at night Also there
would be complaint if the entertain-
ment programs of which the people
are fond, should be set aside in order
to reproduce the argufying of the
statesmen. Also very much of the
time of congress is taken up by dis-
cussion of subjects which are not
of general interest. It will often
happen that hours will pass without
being debated.
Also the members of congress
would have to so stand in relation
to the microphones, that their voices
would be transmitted clearly and dis-
tinetly. The necessity of constantly
watching the microphones would
eem to interfere a good deal with the
spontaneity and freedom of debate.
Also it might be objected that the
congressmen might talk longer and
more frequently, if they thought the
nation was listening in to them, so as
to interfere with necessary work and
getting business done.
These practical difficulties seem
serious enough so that one imagines
nothing will be done about this sug-
gestion at present Nevertheless,
something needs to be done to induce
the people to take a greater interest
in the legislative proceedings at
Washington. It would be very use
ful, if on occasions when some very
important issue was to be .discussed
and acted upon, arrangements could
be made for broadcasting, so that the
public could listen to these import-
ant discussions.


A lot of people before starting out
on a vacation, need a few sugges-
tions of homely philosophy. There
are many of them who are irritated
if they do not have everything just
as it is at home.
If a train is late, or the hotel room
is small, or the beefsteak is under-
done, they growl at the poor service,
and they will be upset for hours.
They seem to forget that they are off
for a good time, and to have some-
thing different from their carefully
planned home schedule.
If they are going to have things
different, there are many times when
they will not be so good. They have
to learn to get their compensation out
of the wonderful variety of the scene-
ry, out of the novelty of different
localities, and the pleasure of meet-
ing new folks. If they can't get that
equable frame of mind, they would
better stay at home and put their
vacation money into something that
will give them pleasure in their usual

A dinner party was given Thurs-
day at Fernandina Beach casino by
Mr. and Mr. J. Geo. Suhrer, honor-
ig their nephew, Mr. Frank Suhrer,
and bride, of Pensacola. who are
members of a house party at the
IMha Thome present wee:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Suhrer and
Miss Betty Suhrw, of Pensacola;
Mim Caire Wemar, of New York
sp&L_1 Wo. nar-


Pineapple Saute is a savory ac-
companiment to meat or game when
made as follows: Empty a can of
sliced Hawaiian pineapple into a
shallow graniteware baking pan, not
allowing slices to overlap one another.
Place at the back of the range and
allow to simmer for two or three
hours, at the end of which time the
pineapple will be quite clear. Re-
move to a serving dish and garnish
the center of each with a glaced
A Quick Breakfast Omelet may be
made more appetizing with the addi-
tion of crushed pineapple. Beat four

You ust Know He's Cad

The past 20 years have seen some
wonderful advances in business co-
operation and initiative. Where for-
merly the individual business man
used to plug only for his own ad-
vancement, now he has commonly
learned to co-operate with his fellow
citizens and townspeople for better
business results.
This spirit is accomplishing not
merely business progress, but more
beautiful and cultured cities. But in
many places there is still a lack of
co-operation, and they have too many
neighborhoods that look run down
and forlorn.
We need a community improve-
ment movement in every town ind
village in the United States. Such
movements should not merely try to
get a few needed betterments like
parks, playgrounds, shade trees, etc.,
but there should be an endeavor for
higher standards of neatness and care
of the homes.
Every town in America could be-
come a home like center of finished
attractiveness. This would not
necessarily cost much money. But it
does call for higher standards of per-
sonal care. It asks every householder
to look over his place with a critical

in the most minute detail that of a
monkey, and although only four days
old, had a full set of long, sharp
teeth. The little fellow was the larg-
est of a litter of five from a pure
bred Poland China hog, and lived
only four days. It appeared strang-
led every time it attempted to take
milk, and finally gave up the strug-
gle. The owner brought the animal
here to have it prepared for preserva-
tion.-Culbert, Ga. Leader.


The Boy Scouts left Monday for
Camp-E-Chock-O-Tee, located on
Doctor's Lake a short distance from
Orange Park. The troop will remain
for another week. It is composed of
the following boys: Gordon Lohman,
N. A. and Ira Dudley Hardee, Jack
Morse, Lloyd Boring, Theodore and
Donald Ferreira, Sammie Kennard,
Richard Van Brunt. B. F. Taylor,
Nathan Seager. David Elliott and
A. J. Skipper.

The Evangelistic Brotherhood of
the First Baptist Church of Fernan-
dina will conduct services next Sun-
day. July 24th, at 3:30 p. m.. at
Ephesus church. Team captain, Jas.
A. Smith. Speakers, H. V. Burgess,
W. H. McDonald, Prof. 0.T.T. Weaver.
Song leader, J. B. Haddock.


Don't forget the number of deli-
cious home-made cakes for sale in
front A n .1__--. .-n.... o-- .._J--

Major, Corps of Engineers. District


Joseph William Haddock, 67, of
Folkston, Ga., died in this city yester-
day morning, after a brief illness.
Mr. Haddock was a native of Kings
Ferry, Fla., and resided in Folkston
for many years. Surviving him are
there daughters, Mrs. A. R. Johnson,
Mrs. P. C. Tracy and Mrs. E. H.
Johnson, and three sons, J. S., H. L.
and Dean Haddock, all of Folkston.
Funeral services will be held this
afternoon from the residence at Folk-
ston. Interment will be in Pidgeoni
Creek cemetery. The arrangements i
are directed by Moulton and Kyle.-I
Florida Times-Union, July 15th.

Rev. Harris Mallinckrodt, rector.
Sixth Sunday after Trinity.
Ct < bration of the Holy Commun-
ion, 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school and meeting of
Capt. T. B. Lasserre's Bible class, 10
a. m.
Morning service and sermon, 11
a. inm.
Evtning service and sermon, 8:00
Pet. free. All are cordially in-
vited to attend.

Horsey's Drug Store has installed
a new soda fountain, which adds a
wo .I I... f ,lWh h rol. n ,n a t.

eggs without separating until they are I'M 4sLAD To
light; add four tablespoonfuls of wa- SEEl You BAC
ter and just a suspicion of salt. Put s er
a tablespoon of butter in an omelet
pan; when melted turn in the eggs.
Have ready a can of crushed Hawaiian .
pineapple, and as soon as the omelet
is "set" fold in some pineapple. Turn
in a heated dish and pour the re-
maining pineapple around the omelet
as a garnish.
Hard Sauce With Pineapple makes
hot puddings and deserts as tempt-
ing in summer as in winter. Beat
four tablespoonfuls of butter with
one-half cupful of sugar until the -
mixture is white and light. Add a
teaspoonful of vanilla and a cup of
crushed Hawaiian pineapple. Mix
well and chill before serving. The
success of a hard sauce depends up-
on thorough beating. It should be
creamy, light and smooth.


Henry Humphreys and Noble Har-
dee entertained a number of the
members of the younger set last Fri-
day evening from eight-thirty until
eleven-thirty o'clock at the home of
their brother and sister, Mr and Mrs.
John R. Hardee on Center street.
Those attending were: Misses Louise
Lasserre, Caroline Van Brunt, Nancy NEPTUNE LODGE NO. 37, K.
Ozmer, Nancy Gray, Charlotte Mes- OF P., INSTALLED OFFICERS
sick and friend, of Jacksonville; Ag-
nes Thornton, of St. Petersburg; Neptune Lodge No. 37, Knights of
Beulah Lee Jones, Margaret Clark. Pythias. installed officers for the
Charlotte Longee and Nancy Askins, six ninth> term ending Dec. 30th,
Messrs. Henry Humphreys, Noble' 17, on Monday evening, July 11th,
Hardee, Lewis Hardee, Gunby Oz- as follows:
mer, Redmond Kelly, Harry Barker, s. It. Swearingen. Chancellor
James Clark, Thomas Shave, Conley Commander.
Boothe, Will Love Hardee, Charlie II. L. Hlammoind. Vice Chancellor.
Hall, Robert Askins, Billie Galphin 11. V. Burgess. Prehlate.
and Billie Jeffreys. ('. .1. Daniel, Master of Arms.
Dancing was enjoyed, the hours Joe Dana, Inner Guard.
passing all too swiftly. Punch was The- Keeper of Records and Seal,
served during the evening, and at Ma.ster of Finance and Master of Ex-
eleven o'clock ice cream and home- chequer were elected for one year,
made cake were served. 'and their terms of office did not ex-
The decorations were zenias and pire in June.
ferns. I The Master of "Work and Outer-
Ielect were not present and will be
PUBLIC NOTICE ] installed at a future meeting.

neither the Master, Owners, Agents Depart- n nited Sta
nor Consignees of the Swedish Motor Wangineer Officpartment-, united States
Vessel "Hjelmaren" will be responsi- in nr Office, Post Office Build-
ble for debts of any character con- savannah, July 20, 1927.
tracted by any officer or member of Ontary Decembe of War appr.vd p125. the Secre-
the crew of said steamer whatsoever ted bry theof War arvel plhwans ubmit-
other than by Master. Furthermore, ent of Georgia for thn construction
when such bills are contracted, the of a bridge acr undersigned agents will not be re- f a bridge acros he- Little Satilla
sponsible for payment of same unless River 6 miles east of Waverly, Ga.
debtors have bills properly approved This office has re',ived an appli-
by Master of vessel and keep in cation from the State I highway Board
touch with this office as to vessel's of Georgia for the approval of plans
departure, when they will be notified for a bridge across the Little Satilla
time at which their bills must be river at the same site with a vertical
presented at our office in order to clearance of 16 feet above mean low
securesettlement. w our office in order to ter and a horizontal clearance of
SBAILEY-DAVIS CO., INC., 110 feet, to replace the plans approv-
AgBAILEY-DAVIS CO., IentsC. e December 16, 1925, which provid-
Agents. l for a vertical clearance of I feet
Salove mean low water and a hori-
S MONKEY-FACED PIG zontal clearance of 36 feet.
A four-day land China pig Plans for this work may be seen at
A four-day old Poland China pig this office, Room 207 Post Office
with the face o( a monkey was Building, Savannah, Ga., and at the
brought to Valdosta recently by Sub-District Engineer Office. Bruns-
Frank Ferina, a farmer of Brooks wi.k, Ga.
county, residing on the Morven road, if you have any objections to the
e and just across the river from Lown- approval of these plans, please noti-
des county, says the Valdosta Times fy this office on or before August 1
The pig's features followed even 1927.

The announcement last week of a smarter, morm
beautiful Pontiac Six at surprising price reductions
was an unexpected sensation. Due to increasing
production in thenew$12,000,000 Pontiac Six plant,
savings were being effected. AnJ these were passed
to the public together with the additional value,
of new Duco colors!
I Now the Bonimiac Six ib the only low-Pce
Six offering: Bodies by Fisher-the largest engine
used in any six priced up to $1,000-and an oiling
system which forces 250 gallons of oil an hour
through the engine at 35 m. p. h.!
These are only a few of the features which reveal
how much MORE you get in the Pontiac Six at
new low prices!
S Nels rP ssem Ah Pswer CBy Type .
Cou $745 Sport Cabriolet
Sport Roadstr"' $745 Landau Sedan $S
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W. H. Andreu. 56. died at his
home at Mayport at 7:30 o'clock last
night, fo!lowiiig an illness of several
months. Funeral services will b" i
held at ;;:1o0 o'cloork this afternoon,
fromn the homrn. it 'iwas announced .
Burial will be in mWe ou i ablo cemn'-
Mr. Andreu is survived by hI
widow, Mrs. Asia Andreu; two sqo5-.
Joseph and William Andreu. M:.%-
port; three brothers, David of M: -
port, Nick of Fernandina, and St. 1-
dard, Port Arthur, Texas, and th ee
sisters, Mrs. J. B. Race and Mrs.C.
T. Rountree of Jacksonville, and Y rs.
R. C. Tillitson of Brunswick, Ga.,-
Floridn Time-UITnion. July 15th.

S Chi'f of the Drys
"m ..,,

The Young People's Missionary
Society of the Methodist Church will
place a number of home-made cakes
on sale in front of Allan's store on
Saturday afternoon, July 23.
America used to be ambitious to
rule the waves, but it has been wholly
unable so far to rule the hair waves.

Miss Louise Las .rrr r t,.rtaitined
the members of the y">ing. a weiner roast given on Ihe night of
the twenty-third of .lul\ at th' beac-|h.

Dollars spent at honie return to
the spender in better police protec-
tion, better fire protection, better
schools and better cl.urches.

S Round Tp To Paris Trio

The first traas-Atlantic air passenger to Europe, Chas. A. Levine,
and Clarence Chamberlin, pilot of the second successful American
air hop to Europe, are now the "Toast of Berlin*--creating good-will
Iand styled the "U S. Winged Ambassadors to Germany." Their
W19-mule bop is the world's long-distance flying record.

0- 0 'i C:tt. :intl an M. 1. \\. Starratt and
son, A. ID., Dr. iandl Mr. eals and
oc/a/ and Societ son. Tn., Mr. landI M. Kingslow
V an and little danighlr. lr.,;lihy, of Jack-
0 sonville. were the gl'rii-' of Mr. and
0Mrs. F. C. Ferreira., 111 Sunday.
Mr. L. A. Boyd has returned from' ___
an extended visit to points in Indiana. S. J. Kennard, Sr.. Mir. 4. J. Ken-
o nard, Jr. andl daughter. li s llaidee
F. C. Ferreira spent Monday in Bell Kennard. attended lhe funeral
,la.'ksonville on business. of Miss Lillinn Kellum on Tuesday at
o Gainesville. Miss Kelluni was a
Mr. E. J. Rutishauser, of Tampa, niece of Mr. Kennard.
is here visiting relatives this week. o
o R. V. Nol:n and dauglihtr. Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Perse L Gaskins and Elizabeth Nolan, spent Satulrday and
little son, of Jacksonville, motored to Sundavy in Ta.lliahase...... L',......i ...d..

Your town depends upon the mon-
ey s.,ent in it by its citizens for its
growth and prosperity. For a pros-
perous city-trade at home.
Manuscript covers blank and print-
ed at this office.

S Success at 74

Seymour Lowmaa of Miew York
who has ust taken over Gea. An-
S f national rohibtion

Miss Ella Lee Campbell and Mr.
j.Iune Tison, both of this city, were
.'jui-tly married on the 7th of July
:ti the home of Rev. T. J. Herring,
p:iAtor of the First Baptist Church,
,,nly the necessary witnesses being
Our sumbsrription department is
,till in a receptive mood.

Left to tri-t-Coum* r Richard Byrd, Laut. George 0.
HovyiI radio eaghter, ad Bert Acoa pilot-the three American
e who lmm the 'Amec" on its attempt to fly New York to
P and rome wish oaly sine enough in Paris to refueL

.Sull~.ty i ll j l war .. w o
Fernaandina yesterday., has been visiting his uncles here,
o having returnil home. with ti,,im on
FOR RENT-3 good houses on 7th Monday. Mr. Nolan stopped ,,\,r in
st., $25 each. F. W. SADLER. Call Jacksonville Monday and atti.eii.hd a
at C(ul. N. B. BORDEN'S. meeting of the National II.-itric
o Light Association for the Siuttheast-
Mr. and Mrs. Watts, of Jackson- ern Division held at the t;eorge
ville, were the guests of Mrs. Fran- Washington Hotel.
ces llurwitz for the week-end.

Mrs. Frances Hurwitz and daugh-
ter, Miss Frances. and little son. Joe.

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The Best Road In the State of

mrs. J. M. GLnest, of New Haven,
Conn, who at 74 is active Presi-
dent and General Manager of the
Griest Manufacturing Co., employ-
ing 400 workmen. "Know your
business and attend to it" is her

.. -. ...... iiiln i. rouri.tiKr-, b.), diid :;th nis GUARDIAN.S NOTICE
spent Monday in Jacksonville. residence, 1008 Cherry street. Wed- I tit matter (of the sas ,si tinr
M R. L. O n, of iia, neslay afternoon at 4::10 oclock af- inern-st in real estate:
Mr. R. L. Osborn, of Hilliard, haster several weeks' illness, lh Wits Nti-e is hereby given that I. t ,'
been spendingr a few days this week was 11id-rsigned guardian of ther ,st;ita" <*t
been spending a few days this week born in Bryceville. Nassau county, l tlv" HHADD)OCK ANI) t;l:Kt1i''l
with his Iirother-in-law, Senator J. B. larch 31, ISGI, where he lived for ,r M.rgaret'K. minors and o rkh..s lai
Stewart. many years. Later he moved to i-ll ,nt the 23rd day of Aulursat. l. :
0o -- Baldwin. where he lived for many '.". :'a, the hour of ten ,,',li,-k a. s.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mann left years. Mr. ouraker had been a resi-|il,- ioiatter on Tuesday for a few days' visit at dent of Jacksonville for tihe past. t .rale County Judge in ai n.ifr
ipast TudNafoai ctl'unty, Florida. at his elot,,._ll
(;ainat'ille. Fla. and points in Geor-.twenty years ,and hatd been elingagUed'th Na.ssau County Court Hiouse in tlth-'
ia. in Ith. mer'cantile business until a '" ',,r(f 'Fernandilna. for an or.dir a':i-I
il busis I th..rizing and empowering nri ;- airiih
0 few nmonths agro, iihei he retired 91:,r|itan to sell at private sai.. anli
I ,'",tn ,.y. ;sll the undivided ri lil. tills'
LOST-Platinum pin, diamond in from act ive husin. I. ;,, nt, i said niinoars in a:,il ti,
center, saphire oin each end. Please He is survived by his wife, Mrs. iiN'Jrfl1 fin ladescribted lits. lie.'...i.r
return same to this office and re- Nellie M. Fouraker; three sons, Wil-linr i* Na.ssmau county. 'Fi,,rii:s. a.s
ceive reward. liam I.. Jr., 17; Robert L., 13. and ik"'" W ;yl td des'rilbed upon ihe ,t .fi i:ti
IiI an 1r pDal of the City of Fu .rn:the -li na.
Charleh- E.. 10, all at home; two sis- .ns lth.4raphed and issued by tIelni.l'l'r-
Harold Mann. .lr. left Tuesday for ters. Mrs. Mary Ward, Miami, and ,-,^ri ,radcomprdany idri 1-. and
Inih rmatised and ssued I tnthe
hi home in Jankt.iville after a visit Mrs. Kate Higginbotham, Jackson- -,ridla Town Improvement
of a few weeks to his grandparents ville; three brothers. E. Fouraker and 1;i "i,and 9. as lots numl.,,'r, .
wt l S r Mrr l'dre',) and Six (6) in Ill'k One
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mann. A. Fouraker, of Jacksonville, and T. lllludre ; and Ninety-one (1910 .and l t
nInini..ered Two (2). in Block numil'er-
J.FourAer, of Bryceville, and sev-In IId ed anr d Ninety-t i tl, 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Ferreira left eral niete and nephews. lie was a eac'h of said lits being and nieasurini"
mtRn e Hundred (100) feet square.
for the noulalt:, of Georgia Satur- member of the Riverside Avenue ltd this 2th day of July. A. 1
day, aftvr a Vt to the former's dp- Christian church and for a number i"27.
rents, .Mi. Fila Mrs. F. C. Ferreira. of years a member of the official -l:t IAVIlI A. WILSON (;uariin
fur the t, i weeks, board and an active worker. tie held n"' oI: 1'F APPLICATION FOR TAX
fr tn membership in Palmetto Camp, No. e r N, i
Mrs. s. tI. Montgomery and son, 3. W. 0*.. 0, is. herebv given that
Andql.rson. holder of Tax (ertifisate N,-
LarS-l., :,inMr. and Mrs. Irving Funeral services will be held this &,t' -l:iti the 6th day of Jul. A. l>
Mes.ick rai three daughters, Esther, afternoon at 3::30 o'clock from the ",.a,. filed said ertificate in tir
Kathryi ami .Sarah. of Jacksonville, Riverside Avenue Christian Church. :,t- ,l.e' to is sue thereon in a.c.,rlant'
S t ty yesterday. IThe Rev. J. E. Barbee, the pastor. lwi derived proper situ-
0o will officiate, assisted by the Rev. J. aItd In N:tsau einty. Florida. t.. vit:
Will n .Sl who has been attend- T. Boone. pastor of the First Chris- 2 ,, lrh al a 2S l oas. Townhi
ing tlm |k'-,,rve Officers Training tian Church. Th,- assessment of said property un-
Cap af't t.%ni h McLellan, Anniston, Active pallbearers will be: Samuel tnh-. aniaid eno.ta). Bishodff. nh ilr
Ala.. f,,r" -vral weeks, is expected p. Murden. W. lI. Edmondson, W. A.I'-, I*ertifi.ate shall be redeem. l-
home y. Hudson, J. R. Gwynes, J. S. Pipkin ttier.n o tax deed wilfl is
M :a H H a ho a ,on on the 22nd day of August. A-
M-r- rand H. H. Bryant; honorary pall-s 2 st dy oa f ul2 7.
Mr. and 1Mrs. D. A. Kelly, Misses bearers, J. E. Slaughter, W. F. Haw- ,.ted this 21st day of July. A. P.
Annie ani Tracey Hleckle, Miss Eliza- ley, W. G. Bowden and William M. 'eal c. BURGESS.
un. oClerk of circuit Court Nassau coun-
beth Kuhn. ,f Nashville, Tenn., and Grenleaf. Florida Times-Union, jt. Florida. 7-22 toS-1.
Redmond K.lly. motored to St. Marys, July 21st. h 'o T THECO e
ora. Sunday. As.St COUNt'dTY. STATE I
---aIn Re Fstate of
Mr. and Mrs. D1). H. Cook, who have rS towla Wraw dase. .
hen it the later parents Miss Lillian Kellam, of Jackson William Worlaw. deceased
T, all re Eitors. Legatees. Distrioutees,
-uid Mrs. V l. lheo wans returned to vile passed away at Hendersonville, and all persons having Claims or le-I
their hme at Spring Hill last week, N. c.. Sunday, July 16th, after a lin- hands against said estate:
her home at Sprin Hill last week, N. and each of yPou. are hereby.
accompanii.d their little nephew, gering illness. She was a niece of notified and required to present an)
S their ttle neprS. J.. Kennard, Sr., and will be re- .lair"s and demands which you. ort
t. aa. Jr ** either or you, may have against theI
membered by many of the young estate of William Wordlaw. deceased.,
0 main of Naau County. Florida too the
Mrs. Estelh. Rogers and brother, people here, who made her acquaint- !te o assu County Flore in andda. t the
Mr. Thus. Si:,.v, have moved Iback in ance when she visited her cousin, Nassau County. Florida. at his office
fr theot Haidie Bell Kennard, in this in the Nassau County court house, in
tie city from the former's Cottge at MissHaidi lKenna, the City of Fernandina. Florida, within
the beach. which inow occupied by city last year, who will regret to one )ear from date of the first publica-
Miss li k ., .- i ire learn of her dea. Dated July 21st. A. D. 1927.

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Callahan, July 21.-Mrs. C. A.
Sauls, Sr. and daughter, Mrs. R. H.
Jones, Jr., and two children, left on
Tuesday night for Shelby, N. C., to
speed a month.
Rev. W. B. Bennett, of Jesup, Ga.,
preached to a large and attentive
congregation at Thomas Creek Bap-
tist Church Sunday. Dinner was
served on the ground by the people
residing in the Thomas Creek sec-
tion and was greatly enjoyed by all.
J. R. Braddock, Jr., of Yulee, was
a visitor to Callahan Sunday.
Jim Jones, of Jacksonville, spent
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We hear much about "Vitamines;"
I overheard a vociferous diet expert
recently broadcast from a local sta-
tion, a discourse on the subject; said
he in substance: "Nobody has ever
seen a vitamin. nor has any one ever
tasted one; we do not know just what
they are like, whether solid or liquid;
but we do know this; that greens,
milk and wholegrain bread are among
the richest in vitamin contents."
Then, why tangle the laymen up
with a profundity which we cannot
even demonstrate ourselves? When
a man or woman talks to me about
vitamins and hormones, I feel sure
that I am up against the eleventh
page of the Sunday newspaper. This
is embarrassing to both the patient
and myself. There are enough well
known facts in the hands of the faith-
ful physicians, that he does not need
to confuse the patient with calories.
vitamins and hormones! The more
the patient is befuddled with endoc-
rinology and metabolism, the more
likely is he to be suspicious of good,
plain, sensible food.


the week-end with his mother, Mrs.
Mamie Jones.
Mrs. Maxine Newsome is home, af- P
ter spending some time with her
brother in Statesboro, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Higginbotham, j
of Fernandina, visited Mr. and Mrs. a
Pasco Jones Sunday.
Henry Newsome, of Savannah,
Ga., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Max- a
ine Newsome.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pickett and
children visited Mrs. Pickett's pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Burgess, of.
Fernandina, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jones and
daughter, Miss Virginia Jones, mo-
tored to Hilliard Tuesday afternoon.
Chevely Burgess, of Jacksonville,
is visiting his cousin, Cecil Pickett,
this week.
Leonard Braddock, of Jacksonville,
was in Callahan Tuesday.
H. L Hodges made a business trip
to Jacksonville Tuesday.
Miss Inez Jones is visiting her
cousin, Miss Dorothy Tedder, of
Green Cove Springs, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ogilvie, Jr., of
Green Cove Springs, visited the
former's mother, Mrs. W. A. Ogilvie,
for the week-end.


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

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Nobody but a fool would take
away from the sinewy manual la-
borer, the fried beefsteak which is
required to keep him physically fit
for his job--even if frying does kill
all the miracle-working vitamins
supposed to reside in the succulent
protein. But it is entirely another
thing to feed the swivel-chair vet-
eran of sixty summers and a blo,,,
pressure of 190, on the same sort
)f fuel. One man's antidote can.
in truth, be another man's poison!
Science abounds in mathematical
precision; common-sense is exer-
cise of that most wonderful endow-
ment of the sane-judgment. And,
judgment may save life, through the
geometric line that reaches from
somewhere to nowhere be completely
forgotten. Cornbread and milk, with
greens on the side, need no "vita-
mines" to commend them.

Next week: Acute Digestive Dis-
Where There Is No Advertising

A friend who lives in a town where
the merchants do not advertise much
remarks on the way trade often goes
in his community. He remarked that
one day he bought some strawberries
from one merchant, for 30 cents a
basket. On going along the street
about 100 yards, he noted a store
that was selling what appeared to be
just as good berries for 20 cents.
That is the kind of a thing you could
expect to happen in a non-advertis-
ing town.
In such a place, people are apt to
buy of the stores that they pass on
their way to their work or where
they are going. If some store a fcw
yards off their regular route has the
same stuff for a good deal less mon-
ey, they are not likely to be aware
of that fact. Consequently a :roo
deal of the time people will be pay
ing too high prices.
The merchants that fail to advor
tise will not benefit, because without
advertising they can not get any
very big share of the trade. It i: di
vided up somewhat evenly, and tnos
that make low prices and have >-)ec
ally good stuff, will not get the husi
ness they deserve.
In an advertising town, the :ner
chant who was selling his berri.s 1<
cents below the market, would havE
had an ad in his local paper tdllini
about that fruit and the rest of hi,
stock. The people would have flock
ed into his store, and he would havw
done business enough to make a gooc
profit, while the store that was sell
ing the berries for 30 cents woulc
have had trouble in getting r.d o
them, and would be forced to r.-duc
prices from their high level.
It would come out just a, wel
after reduction, through quick sale
and small profits. So advirtisini
helps the public by pointing (,,It th
best bargains, and it helps the mer
chants by enabling the enter;.risini
people to do a bigger business.


Miss iia M. West, of Port
Huron, Mich., who today is ac-
knowledged America's foremost
woman fraternalist. In 1892 she
founded the Woman's Benefit
Association, and today it leads all
women associations in the world.

Gaianesville. F!n, -Ilnves*' t.on of
the diseases and insect enemies of
bulbs and ferns will li:' undertaken
shortly by the State Plant Ro.rd ai d
the Fl.,id:: E:> -,r.iecnt S.tation. it
w: IannIonced hero today by v Wil-
mon Newell, plant eniuni.-sioner for
thi State Plant P .ard. and director
of the t:\;' :'::..:t Station.
"For ;everal ni ontIhs !past." said
Dr. Nev ell, "the f, rn tgr-wVers have
expe-;enced aggravating l sses in
their ferneries, dte to a number of
troubles., s,,me of which are rather
obs,.ure. and some of the growers
have insisted that these troubles be
studied by specialists with a view to
finding means for alleviating them.
The recent legislature (lid not pro-
vide specifically, in the budget, for
such an undertaking, but by careful
planning and economies in other di-
rections, it has been possible to ar-
range for this investigation, to a lim-
ited extent at least.
"During the latter part of the
summer, members of the Experiment
Station staff will make a preliminary
survey of ferneries of the state to
ascertain the nature of existing
troubles. When* this survey is com-
pleted, a decision will be reached as
to what specific investigations are
"The Nursery Inspection Depart-
ment of the State Plant Board will
take on the inspection .of all plant-
ings of narcissus and will give such
inspection service to fern growers as
the latter may require in order to
i meet shipping requirements of other
t states. This will he an added duty
taken on by the nursery inspection
force, in addition to the regular
work of inspecting the horticultural
"Inspection and certification of all
narcissus bulbs shipped interstate
is required by the regulations of the
Federal Horticultural Board and, as
all bulbs sold by growers are likely
to find their way into interstate com-
merce, this means that all narcissus
e bulbs grown for sale must be in-
v spected and certified."
e Referring again to the investiga-
tion of fern diseases, Dr. Newell said
that the Experiment Station wel-
comes the suggestions and coopera-
tion of the fern growers, but if there
are any growers who do not wish
their ferneries examined for the pre-
sence of insect pests or diseases,
- such examination will not be made.
- The Experiment Station will confine
e its investigations entirely to ferneries
- the owners of which indicate a desire
or willingness to cooperate.



The Last Remnant of Mystery
Commander Byrd, famous aviator,
is planning to explore the V\st un-
known regions lying near th, South
Pole. He has a great field for his
genius as an explorer and di. overer.
If he can successfully penetrate the
mysteries of that strange region,
which has mostly defied th, inquir-
ies of man, he will add vastly to hu-
man knowledge.
The South Polar region, differ
from those about the North Pole, in
that the North Pole is locate, d in the
midst of a vast sea. But t-.e South
Pole is located on a high continent,
much of which is supposed t-, have an
altitude of 10,000 feet. .some of
the regions of the Antarctic ,,ntinent
are supposed to have many fossil re-
mains, revealing the early story of

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.


T. J. Herring, minister.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. James
A. Smith, superintendent. Classes
for all ages.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
8:00 p. m. every Sunday.
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 7:00 p. m.
Miss Marguerite Sauls, president.
Intermediate and Junior B. Y. P.
U. at 7.00 p.m. Mrs. Meade Higgin-
botham, leader.
Strangers and visitors in our town
are always welcome to our services.
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 in w mvn t *,,-


The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
ina use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
on the wrapper all these years
just to protect the coming
generations. Do not be deceived.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Jnsta o are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourself.

Cestoria is a harmless subtitte for Castor Oil, Paregulic,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the asSimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Comfort-The Mother's Friend.


A Bears the Signature of _

In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought

ONE CAR FOR- FIVE PEOPLE gone far ahead of the rest of the
There is in the United States now The wonderful resources of the
about one automobile for very five United States are not the only or
people. As the average family has 'even the principal cause of this pros-
o f t perity. Probably popular education
four to five people, there omenearhas helped more than any one thing,
an average of one car 1'>r family. A since it has made the average person
large part of the families of course able to work efficiently and success-
have no car, and the average is made fully.
up by those who have ..veral. But
the time is coming when most fani- Trade at home! Money spent away
lies will be provided with this means from home doesn't pay our home lab-
of conveyance. orer, or teachers' salaries, or repairs
In the rest of the world, there is on the school buildings. Taxes have
only one car for each *;.- people. This to be increased to make up this loss.
shows what an astonishing advance
in prosperity and welfare has been' How about a subscription to the
made in the United States. We have !Chamber of Commerce.

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your Local Dealer or
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Page Seven



Justice Taft sayi he likes :i ,- law
better than the White Hou- and,
nearing his seventieth year. an-
nounces he will not retire. IF cer-
tainly should not retire, for hi wes
to the public many future ye:.:- of
good effort. His mind and his -mile
are as young as ever, anl every wll
informed man in the 1'niitedl S .tcs,
big or little, wul, gla.i!y sumi- any
issue to the judgment of Chief Jus-
tice Taft.

In six hours New York's Nati. ,:al
Guard laid out an airplane aie, re ,!y
for use, with radio, tclph tnc and :dll
other requirements. A fine achie.c-
The United States Government
should take as much time as nece<-
sary to provide an airplane base fur
every great city.
Governors Island in New York
Harbor should he g ven tip entirely
to flying, with a ig dock for sub-

The richest city, New York, con-
taining the United States Sub-
Treasury and all its gold, is unpro-
tected from the air.
There ought to tbe an air field
there from which swift unitedd States
pursuit planes would rise like mos-
quitoes from a stagnant pond, to
meet any invader.

Human beings are like children. A
father plays "bear" with his little
child, and the child is relieved when
tht bear stands up and Ibecomes, once

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Ito remove. The following methods day afternoon will be devoted to a nfiiCiniue Suth of entree e street shall ing on the 27th day of July, l:,- t1
Sill found picnic. li uisi reflxing the word receive bids for repairs to tthe, .. r.d
of removing stains wit und piicnic. t Ith'- t ipr-sent name (as school building at Callahan. I' -re,""-
Grease Stains: Lard can be used Thursday morning will be devot.ild 'i Third tre.t ar South Fourth tive bidders will find spacifi'atl- fur
for removing wagon grease. After to discussions of truck crop disea's. .,,,n T; The iniering of each Chairman of the hoard of Tru I-l of
using lard. wash in warm water. such as mosaic of tomatoes, sweet po- ir1 ,. i:-ll ,,,'v at its ,.', line ethe the Callahan District. r
Many rease spots can be removed tato diseases, and progress of ton- t .'ntt -Iv fe.t froint.l on the north ject any or all bids
lbv placing right side of garment on trol of truck diseases. The af:'r- ;-I Sr r uianFasth i shall Il e r. T. WE :AVE .I
N"i laH nil lht Stitwlth 'i,l 12. the Secretary Board of l'ubl"ic Iv -
ialoting ia:ipwr and pressing on the noon program will be given ove-r tI s. ,n iuni, r n the. N-orth side shall tion. -
wraoang sidea discussions of insects and their (.n- ., Iii,, ., ,,1- ta. a',,-a,,,n l n uihl rii ,er a, n the
.wrgSii...discussions of isectsandteir Suth s.ln. aiil be- 14il4 and s-A in this NOTICE OP APPLICATION Foil TAX

Coffee and Tea Stains: An easy
way to remove these stains is to dip"
in ; solution of washing soda and:
rinse' very carefully to remove all
th' .uodla. (Washing soda solution is
ntala in proportion of 1i pound soda
to L *quart of water.)
Fruit Stains: If the stain is on
whlitt' or : fast color material, stretch
it ,,\r a howl and pour boiling wa-
ter throughh it, from a height of

S- 3! ou, three feet.

ln*- of :h nkee, who has stood baseball Rst i Stains: Wet the stain and
on t ha this season by hs a few drops of oxalic acid or
I&!taanai 'lugging, passing Babe all a f do o o c c
u n home ms and bidding of t after ill be suffici or lenmon juice and

laIr to br one of the biggest "lnds" :slt. Place in sunlight, then wash
f ye. care fully..
SBlood Stain: y wash at once in
Scold water. Sometimes several rins-
of th annual onventiw York n in sweet milk or soak several

,a ttanne GrwrsAs0' hours in sour milk will remove spot.
" A it-rica will be held at the W ash careful wietth warm waster and
i t hd 'his se. ason by his sen. .,Aug- soap. On white gods, a paste iof

'Ruth .. ,,I. N, im t' lemon juicesf starch and salt will re-
1"0 o neof rteb i s 'f n .Placeinsunlight. then wash

? ,,ne wme ic .an im~o t

trol. nmann r until Secnd street is reached.
Farm management practices Ir, \ftr r.nt .ec.ond Street going
r mp1:-t. th, l'frst nuitrwr i,,i the north
truck farm will feature the program shai .ihtoi i, a "I i oa lin tie Soutih side 202.
Friday morning. Marketing will h te ,anl iil.r ,*n thumberth shall
another subject on the program. Re- SZ-.uth '2n .1 anl so oan until Third Street
cent experimental findings o int r- -r-,t u-h. X rast, thr first numer hird
est to truck growers will be brought t.-- North s.i.le. sh :l ii.. :'li. the first
out Friday afternoon, and a questi t a'" "',., ,',"itt trt. l silh :102 an- sti-
that has formed the topic of c, n The inumhberini oif the streets run-
versation for years-the weather- --il,.: i-:..t itnt a Fourth Street with man-
will be settled also, unless it is ;a l. at Fifth Strv-.t with .01. at Sixth
cloudy day. M. R. Ensign. trickle 'i Ith ;oila :aril o o-,n as far as the por-
,,oudy day. M. Rns ave s. if'ie of such Streets
horticulturist of the Experiment Stu- r.'ow ext.-no The first number to be
S.ilp liel t to the first twenty-five feet
tion and somewhat of a weather pro- on the West side of streets
nosticator will speak on "What Sha' running Niorth or South from Centre
Sr A Street shall lie number one and on the
'We Do About the Weather?" i.Lst -id- number twto. the second num-
Other sections of the Farmers" ,..r aon th West side shall be number
Si h'ree, arnd the sectionld number on the
Week program are livestock :nl l:a;st sadle shall be number four and so
farm crops; citrus and sub-tropical Vn until reaching the first cross Street
.. I lachua on the North tor Ash on the
fruits; pecans, small fruits and or- S.outh). After crossing said street. the
namentals; beekeeping; poultry; and firnt nurnml-tr on the West side shall
be 141. 11n the ,Fast sdle 102. the second
home economics. General se5sio"r'- numl,--r ,n the West 1:it. in the East
of all visitors will be held at 1' it. and s...o on until reaching the sec-
4* .n cros. street (room on the North
o' clock each day, and addresses will ,..r ide.,.h ,,n the s,,utu. After crossing
be delivered by outstanding men in s.a d street the first number on the
r -st side shall lie 2i)l. on the East
agricultural work. The night pro- sile 2i2. the se-ondl number on the
grams will be given over to enter- ,eat 2u11. ion the Past 2-4 and no on
until the- third cross street is reached.
tainment. when t lit numilers shall begin at 301
andrl the numbering of the streets run-
nirlsa North and .4South shall continue in
It's always fair weather when good this manner. beginning at fourth cross
I f'.-__ ..- ., treet with 401. at the fifth arouss street

Notice Is hereby given that l "
Johnson. purchaser of Tax Cert!: ate
No. 104. dated the 5th day of Jui- A.
D. 1922. has filed said c-artifi<:-.,t in
my office and has made applit. i-ln
for tax deed to issue In actordnl.sice
with law. Said certificate enlur.t-'es
the following d-scribed property -N,.I-
ated In Nassau county. Florida. t.,it t'
NE% cf SK' of NW'4 oif Se. ti-ri :t 2.
Towaship 4 North. Range 23 Last
The sa.d land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such c t-rtifi-
cate in the name of E S. Blan, hiarl.
Unless said certificate shall be reli-,-:n-
ed according to law. tax deed will is-
sue thereon on the 25th day of July.
A. D. 1927.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 21st day of June. A. D.
(seal) G. C. BURGESS.
Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau ia ,fn-
ty. Florida. 6-=4 t" 7-22
In re Estate of
Notice is hereby given, to all w horr
it may concern, that on the Ninth day
of September, A. D. 1927. I shall alltl
to the Honorable H. V. Burgess. Ji dge
of said Court. as Judge of Probatr. fol
my final discharge as Executrix oif thl
estate of Ella Caroline Horsey. iw.d
ow), deceased, and that at the .iamln
time I will present to said Court MY.
final accounts as Executrix of sail
estate, and ask for their approval.
Dated July 7th. A. D. 1927.


more, 'fatherop, HOME TOWN THOUGHTS be in accordance with the provisions
oIn E oa. of this Ordinance and no other num-
suber: numbers or sster of numbering
su rca ni' a t Hand-Cut Pattern The people who constantly knock bshallbelegai o Per|iteterin
eryhedy keil t at r, o Ma k ev- their home town, should knock on correct number assigned to his or her d
believe night.- Nooyfeared e-ha No. 1118 their own wooden heads to avoid the ap building hrbuildingst r pren somay f
"the devil was eating the sun." Nev- bad I'.k they can reasonably expect. bv writing requesting su-h assignment
erthcless, when the eclipse passed Wlent you spend money away from pnd dearind it theallole the duty of ct
and the sun care shining out once home, you deplete the resources and the City Manager to tasign to such tc
nmore, these crowds cheered. They prosperity of your home town out of rdperty t umberothr nuern -
wre tlhe todhave mother nature y which your pay and profits come. .the nation be within the limits nanl- h
stop playing bear. hell aid. fh
0re gld to hhDunmb alesnien do not usually sell eSection s. If in any case it shall ap- b
%%t n Uyngl bne many goods. and business men who pear that any street frontage of twen- D
When Uncle Sam's fiscal year fail to use the voice of advertising, ty-fierifeetasuihereinlprovided shallC
ei: last week, he found a s ln rt lso not likely to obtain much numbers owing to its giving fronting u
F $3,000.00. Secretary ellon success. thereon nore than one liTuse Or build- o

p r o ) i wC Y a in g T il e f i r s t h o u s e ( .r b u i l d i n g ti l n t
:nl., "uessed l -23,0a,000,p a good such subdivision in regular numerical li
prihecy. Pay your subscription now. order shall receive the full number
andCan Sa Ordan ins h falling to such lot or subdivision or S
and can afford anything he needs. He frt small hae athe rme nuer of said th

p leSr, at h rea l ies a riasnds ub,_)1111 1%O.3the rae'tiono ne-half ;-) added to N
marine flets in distinguish it from the first named t
tarin t .. i-C World. He shoudN l l'iUTlNi THE portion of said lot. sha s
String to persuade Europe t do i NT N LOTS willfully fail or refuse t' omply with f
what it- doen n't want to do, attend to Ii !-NTY-FIV F FT IN an% of the proviso it n a of titus Ordiinance
n IIke t ilh \Nrin iN Sl'Il l'lSTI 1NS O shall upon convl .'tionsinn the Municipal S
his own business and be in a position ..' :i i :.\ 'r,'int II.N TwIINTY. Court le punished by a fine not more
til m ake other nations minprepard theirs. I ii.T IN v ll Ithan ten dollars aor lyv impr.sonmnent ln l
I ntal this nation is prepared to de- 'l I'I'ITiNS" t I-p STlttETS the City Jail for not nitre than fifteen A
-ni"W tell done but what did you do t :na- days. and each das refi.-lor iallt re
S "11'. II 'I: A'CRIH to c' filily w ith any of tilth provisions 4)
the next dayt 1: n I' TI I-: TIMI.' AN I N TIll tMAN- hereof shall lie om onsiderii a separate c
Sfavone i ts dutyon. On Wednesday a N m IN Il.. .n l'l nt rIon rIIN or istin t' K Y Mayorf
d kka .krI ntor.: ldu. t i-t s iNi r I'l.:t'Rl- Section 10. That all dior and es anrk.
S L V France. Il' T :irt. r ordinaier in nfit idh han a nith any 1r
Iow FokkI r announces II I' plane to I t ..f the.. i.isuns f this ordinance l
fly, nonstop, for seventy-two hours s t anti thesanTe are hereloy repealed. ti
ner roea t a nu a 7I.:i, h,. IT .., INI: l .'Il .T NSeition is11 That this n thinat the hall
teor life uildini'. I airplanes Anint in \ i.'. Til. tl take effwn receivet r bids one t rative thirty t's

Monarchs airnd Popes offbuildere d any n- -' ft ,.* i i..>.> 'i sl, M.i iorr-v. afte tpna.e an, I dl yt
dcavemananswer ready for Napoleon'sat 111n t y the Cit u after ryits passage aville. rval by 4

artists to their courts Tha r i o s:Tnhl t it 1 .--orda A Thi ) ernandina route will consist of !2.
ao q tio OnWednesday a Ill h,,.tal ,ii til,. fr,0nt portion i'.TltICK C. KI-I.Y. Mayor. e
Fokkerit plane flew to Honolulu.eNext a ,IiT ,tC t'.v.-iit-t, t,.is oits and Atterst: "o My

day a Fokker Plday nIS the airplane artist lo tis .n.-i Amttes sit .t.l ,,rs moti v Er it.V draF m A uditr andtia hry t o
klkraellito l t ,,f -i ,ts ,f tratr-,r suldivd -t I L. WOLFF. City Auditaint and Clerk. s
Now Fokker announces na plane to -.,l ,, l ,. i rani- aoor asinti of P srnandinae

d-y Was a dress style more popular than pai1 na. ..Hh.r al. the front- The Callahan routes will be as fol- t
fly, nO nstop, for seventy-twen hard, tIe, li ,- th '1 iw olero model.,r:i t It is n..r spt only : i. in .r tI. in- t 'aT On i

from shore, off Seattle to T Prisonightully becoming but very easy i.ii tr l reon Notice uch Thomas hereby given that tilen; from an-rd
miles. This Government shootikce) n- _._, ihi,. ,, tir ,iar ,,',U11. (If sua'h ,if I'ublic Instruction, at a special

three boys were strug lin Prn to ike. You can pick your own l uii i shiI A iraieeti in y ord to C allahan.y of July. 1927.
i u n ac-,iiihlr. ]. I. I,'-.7 tilt.i nuilier of will receive bids oin transportation of

uards conulding leav-their dutyrfo cth combinations, bck wih lck ,. m.
sonarehs and Popes offered any in- white checks is smart. So is navy iiiiii in., i suih nuber school cniard the al oollowstring
,1ii. t'.ialita'i .lt' all e flci" air Utc'U- routes. Fernandina. Callahan. Hilliard.
ducement that would bring great Iailit nadaba ly the City f ule and Bryeeville. tl
ion to save the courts. The gardeat lue wh bright red-and hie r :i" l I'.riii .irdan-e Tihe lternandina he route willconsist of
art heir impulse, jump into the river ch IIet another cominatn -l. ll if th s ardin ance ter ritory from Amelia City and the
artist oh tod i ds r arst y thf lighter s.-h lII ti ar shilll I" i1- ffixed or C county draw bridge respectively to

etree toays t arowpned while Jaunty outhful, becoming r .... n th- ialni pr.iins of thence to n illiard.
ardss a dress style more popular than ,i hllli. il.r tltrimming s., fronl- The allahan routes will le as follows: -

.."thof the latter wnewingt This pattern mao de ottais l in (,, llr..I ,.i h f.l siut h. rre.n (o Voslee; fran mc
On the Hudson, not ten vardq the new bolero model. It is Ihit itollv ,i .... air- i. ii :in i Iha. sil er aif uc f ai- ws e ni e Hatliffe and foggy
rom shore, off Sing Sing Prison delightfully becoming but very easy l. -r i, shirt. su wamp and reekia. comallahan; from ulee.
three boys were struggling. Pris to mike. You can pick your l- t r latin l'.il n Stra in each cased school ahses are to
gthd ey never had a chance, not even a ng experience is needed to make sl nn s roa ds or designated routes wi unless ex- fil

chance to help others, at risk totem Design No. 1118 if yiu use this a r Iir i. i.ingal str'i tr. .iii eplion is ma:Te iuy tls e (oardl i
1gu4", The Roarussc hls conlish not leave their duty tol (abolished
save them. Convicts begged permi- andt white checks is smart. So is navy f, ih. ta J-II. I,:tl s ,t t ,ltr jet i Iilliard; tile t-aI s,.ol district.
hI tohsal'vetedufor biadatmoifl' iililflt n i 5sucth -and 'tantinuinK through i\-al to the
ries leveled, forha inle them to flhlw checked vestee, collars, cuffs ant kcr- iiii h i nintersection if tih I'yal ra iad and thl
their impulse, the jump into the river chief. Still another om!ys mention n sil T.l. ".i Tt t',, I, urthil reet, >iiix NTi >I T. AS,' SAh on TYhe

their ampin felt cheated, wanted. Address: Hand-lut Pattern 'i',;;, j['t, t ","'sh r rpo-of Diieu. OiA. I
Ifand pull the drownin boys ashore. w he a solid color such as bige, h pt., 17 West 2th Stiit. Nw srxie I highway gatering sany schoolunty:
the three boys drot t he fault of so ue or green with alwaylighter sham e this r... lir..l trli: iii rn .y ht hilerenas. of. C. Winton hai district.

ciety whose fault is it? nwe sor atri '" ms, Si,.-llhit. Ala tr- Siref i tinl hroiit i reet iis lerwood. deceased, late of said County
guards and con looked on, some trimming. i Ash Street of iassaue
hi spatter may be ob cril Sirt li 'rt 1.: Tenth These arrin .vergrer-n t t lle-te friani ilds
MPORTANT ARRAY OF S t. .-,.li S ir t from Secoin moanding th a ulee and in ii he kIluinersed .
othlatrw iizesg 16 to 44. Size 36 requires 27"IStI .,;It t 1. II It,-t.' i at-. Swalnli and Italia. a'asiliind.tod to Yul.e.A
yards 40 inch material anl i yardl I" 11,ii 1h Ti'a' l iii .1.1tlll torvt-t In t eat bh r'ase, s t'hioal bises are to I

lami Pac C FerS | SUBJE CTS1'OR TRUCK s i"ilh 1 >.* "r.'fr,. ,-tfIn i'"ortr fhe 19the pa s n hyotAiKunte. A. nd
Once more those convicts feel that 40 inch trimming material. No dret.- I -, I-ItSl-r at.1 !,,ith hSir,-a-t raii ,startfraiintte poiihtsadesignated andta

S|PRORAi FAR- tEEK ir. --t Ii Inth Street, ibe 1927. and file object tiwaons, if any they
they never had a chance, not even a making experience is needed to make ; ,l, Sir4-.I fri chance to help others, at risk to them- Design No. 1118 if y ,u USe this I-on o ,,ts or .ls ai eaith Ii twent.-five f the litin is nafre sid the Hoar13th d ay
elendca pt ll'nc, iav, fr 1.l ':ililh The IVar r .' the ltright toa re-
Shand-cut individual pattern cut from ,..t ir.. ll 'al 'ShI t. It ia jet any i allbidJ s.
hey had a bad start in life, most heavy paper. i s,,-... t ,,Nll, ..,,. n Ir ,t, a',-wt. t. T. WFAVEI-t.
of them, an things have gone rong Patterns are delivered to any a- .: t i ,r '. ent Sec'retary of thie Board of Public In-I
oftemindvtin v r.n to truck crops for ted first ti a.frii i iiiiui Strreet to struIetin.. That
with them ever since. When they dress upon receipt of 25c in cash ior .,-,.i,,,. 1.... Is.t- lailia. Street
missed the opalportunity to save life U.iS. postage. Always mentimasize Ir,, Thir ,I S-itrat, I.tooa,,i rha Street. IN ('01 NTTI COURT, NASSAU COUNTYI
Largely to soils, and irrigation d tsrrei. raiv aiiniI, in relilar num- tnts estate or iFLn.
they again felt cheated, wanted. Address: Hand-Cut Pattern "rair..1-,..a ':llh,,lin Street friint
If the prisoners had no chance in Dept., 17 Wtest 28th Street. N'w 1I.'Ialt Srt SiX t h Street. 1%y the ('tiunty Judge of said County:
the beginning is not the fault of so- York City-and always name this,,Str,.-t t'r,,iu Iraint Stre'et Whereas. F(. Winton has applied
I :lti S t. drain, s'l s ver crophi s'ret to this Court faor Letters aof Adss nr ors-
ciety, whose fault is it? newiapest i o -e i,-, r -, a lit StIrit t, Sixtr ItStreet. tratioin on thle Estate of John L. Un-
(.iii',n Sir,'-t I raaiii Fraiit Strn'eet derw od, deceased, late of said County
.. ..... oai .,nih ,\e'lt h~a rS i Il.Ashl Stireet of Nasslau.
Snli irnd ui'turu ri 1 '- ',,,i "" ,'si' I e aenth lThese are, Therefore. to cite and ad-
I lMPORTANT ARRAY OF t s.t",-'. ,rl ithra-t frii. .'i all s ,nionsh all anda singnlu l the kindred ,T, .-I'th .Strict4t. Cedar and creditors taf said .deceald toL-bi
w iSUBJECTS FOR TRUCK in r r, sti Iu i t la,,.t taoNinthir e.,d appear before ,CullsCpo. on or
Suii E R trt ., on il- ot.e of h iftt. beforethen 19th lay ot Aurulr t. A. D.
PROfM A mtiio W. h R t EEK I. .l:I..n Ri'E.:tsth Street.h el 1927. and file o aje nations if n. they r
So.. at Sain o-, I. i* 4t i rxt r a i said. iherwise lte saiie ill Ie gr:nt-
Gainesville,,Fla.-Truck growers of S -,,,' i,, .,,t t -iith Street. ed as iirayed.a
.l r i, dn will aa kn lhta s stwint-n if e fi -teet witli, s nyn liia.t- as ,inty J ciige
Florida will again havea t'ti ofti, ri- ls aonw hls a eal iuah t rwenty-five (of the t'iint :,rsais, this 13th day
the program all their own at Farmr- Sr inI-A siiro-lt liit e .if ,~iah sats ior liar- ifo J til,9 s2r7.
H,.,1 1i. ll h'ivii i rle a trotrd e i-til th" to tlhei t-1i V. I 01 I-i t S
ers' and Fruit (;rowers' Week. ITni-.. J sirt,.I Ir,,i i- al 'catal'ala n,,y ti tny -1 ,UlitIi I dt;.
versity of Florida, August 8-13.oAf pe N- r* rn .... s inrft s tr eet i l thil -ss- -t
special section of the program nt wa -i 1. i. l adflt-h,,0%li11 *,officia llhnaticair N 0 T I 4' IF.
given to truck crops for the first tini' ia,! i-tI Ihi it'll aib t ah:lll ht-e entirely N(iTl-4 'ti- IS IE In Y t" IV 'N'. That
latLyear. niitU S f u t t tee ' l ial iiii.lta't fr a tili all id in a,',arol:nt', with S ..atciti o "; f te
atalast year, anti it was lioun'd th-ts a.-.,l ,.atha h- r-cf- -raII St:krirta 's ,,f I ,,rida.l-
was sufficient interest in it to .iu:ti-: Sa- ,t :.i :: 'h I ain l a.v,rv one iaf ti lt- Ia,,ratr i-f a, tunt- t 'aaiiil,-rs
fy having a spiechialsection thlis :r. "It114 41--,i, l-,ti a' a-lsI- af1" twenty-five Naas.auu '.,unly will meet ton ilh- fir-t
fhavn g m' nr si s ti thnrl a :it'll ree i .u Ii 4f n atid Streets %otikd:aye ini AeAug et. A. D. 1t. .0-.i
Monday ften fternaiirn's .r r n in the ill r w:al b tti- 1 a, daie h-.avi,-a sa inI ai cntui o-''laok ai. t. Ins Ill. c sae eating t i.- firl
truck fect o onwill ohnnini't ver .- ru 1st it i.I ili it Ia% s:aidCit y Manager d;y ,,f .ial iniith. foir tihe rli-s f
truck section will lit gintern ter :i-ri th. llins herainaf- heari-ngi a-.,nihil amiiits friA ni iri. i i or
largely to soils, and irrigation andtit r ,s, Ti .I. niviiiiitlil in rt'r igular uni- a gn.'i -f ,f iv r,.al estate air lia- I
H:,'T;il ,,wril r -aind lit. t' h-its i the i roipert .the :alei' f whi' shall hi .'
drainage, soil surveys, o tovei r trailsis .-. 1ir,-at slall ha.'., thI sant' nl.l.l.- I''..n fi.xa',I y tlhI Tax Ass.-I -Ir .,r
for st il buildings, and lim ing will a,, ',, h-t ur t aaan t 'ti ittn i, h r i, thi thle 1I.,rd7

and harvesting of Irish upotatite it -trti, if it,,s ill r stalli r iriler mtin te t'hairni:a i Ih,.ir n af I aUlV i',

ofr,,.r il thai-dalt siah,' arf st.'h sntr'a't. at -

Varyv often there, IS a special .stain. ishables will be taken up. ~ al~tt'edls- Ia.,rt i,,i ,f Itha. s:(lium' str,,ts. heing and aif I'ublic instruu'tiaan at a spa-a-ia I ',..t -

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y,.i.n I 0 '. tr ly r.- miiilr td Ia :I.ll..;-ar
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l. -., >,-, a .lfr t f T;ax a'-# t a ..
N ,. I -t i r aIl: '. f .i1 l, A I
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f fsu .- I I .;. 'a ru .aa .a .tl il I, :t;a i Ia mIn n ,r
l.tit *I r lf : :uta- a in. ,r;.aa a .I ha- li ,-
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a t, j-. i .il I"l,,r tF.a t, ttr.
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Ti. 1i 1 hI ei'iiu as- "-' t] : th,
dlat" .- -" ian- -- -iin,.e af al-h m**-rt :rt .ia.
in t:-.- *- ,f .1 T. Ilap.,h iLn tl.a-
sail I '., .. ta, shall li. r,',h.,r d al_-
co,r'l.e' ltax de*. ,I I wfll I a
ther-.- Sth day o"f Aiu .
I ). I'ii t .u
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seal t ,th day (If J !'. A. I,.
S (S '..', d < iI'. ;:1 .
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ty. .,r to0 h

I THE: (o1 NTY JUDCgP* COlRT.l ,

In the- t-,*"*r of the
n Estate -. ~, T. Haddock. de -ea i-,
SNotil i a-rebly given that the un-
' dersiKgr :- exeutor of the estate of
e D T. 11..; k.. deceeased. will a .the
r 29th da, ,f July. A. D. 1927 file
e final re-" a' nd a'eoualt and Voucher.s
- with t." i ,,i,rable County Judge. n
e and faor '-.-u County. Plorild and
v at the sa.!:- time ank for the approval
d of said, a,. ..nt and vouchers and pet-.
ion said urt for my discharge
Dated t!C. l8th day of May. A D


NOTICE IS 1 '. ": aIVENl. by tI'
ndersign,-,l. 11;' ,'. I 1\K a-.
pecial :t th t u
er anti b .-1 t n l tec i-at
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aea'h ii r~ tr -r.alt3. ti ,,r-
oircuit Ialirt i -
Ia. in t 'Clai.r i ,. ,ri d.i t
he .2%th h .1 .,: a 2- ia h.ta
-ause pIa'n I h.ri t
ity eM rte ,, i :, ,,,r-
4oration i-f F:, -'la' tu t.
is wife. ar, I ffer'
or sale :it- ,. ,,, d
est liidh l.-r f,.: ,, N ,rtl h l-
oor of tOali- .a' it
,ah rida. atf S I -,' --, -. a,,'1f \a;-.-
t,0ie nt i .ll Il
st. A.- I .i ',. ia ha.-
f e la v e n ia i
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eing situl t' .... ,, f Ni-..iI.
tate of Fl-, a -
0ws. towIt-
All o f ith \\ \' .' 1 'a ,f Iia,
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f N' 4 : -l- 1: -l 5 L.. -.. f
section 3 e. \- t ; n 1.1 1i ,l a
eet wide fin .I ,,f li
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section: Alon i
iW 14;All f i ii l
of thte Nl t t., | .
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11 u ft thte N -i \I: .i*li, 511
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eya rice he t hl .1.; it i .
e)or ted -il l p :i' a\ f
he publiIc rN.---.ii t ',,tiit
Florida.: .1A i .L- .Sla't'iia

4 In S ceotia 't : i l r lit ,i
hae i':ast ainid a l: a-1 th'
-ills ,it-I1:: 4 S,.,ta,, I :.
em-'ept 20 a cit,-I.

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Fa'hlrida: AllI' I: l, N .ii i' .uuh'i
in T wn.dii th ,-
rweii 0 -fiii' a I.

carterr (riIa -'' ,,i al
fractitinal -7 All if tla luirals
ast descri,, i I l "l', alali h lI, ,
2) Ntarth a1t it \ilt -,I\ I.i
3649 :t,'rt-.,- a.-.:.- -,, ,
Said liralar. i !. --,ahl ti aoti-It
said de''rv-a- 'ti % '. a- I
hiatad thi : t l f i l\. ., i
19 27.

Ieaut'nants Alirt F Heenbe
Amy pilots, who in a tri-mnotor
l-land, thlir goal as they hopped

Out-Bu ming Babe

sit, a V& iF &Ndaarbw a A.K.J%&fjrzq6q -w- -

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"iolicitoir folr T',i ,i a in t. 7- 1 I 7

NOTl'I: o'r 1 %-m-r-it's sit.-:
NOTICT E IS 11:1i:1i:Y ;l\'l-. hi\ tiha
indersigniii.I. 111 'll .1 I: \ 1h:i\ ;-.
Special ltl r i na 1 i 13. I h:it ultail.-r
and by virtue i. it .iiti h ,r.-" In l.,I
and enI t in l I ; :,#. i tr.-a it a ',n, i l a.
Naissau Co t uit l'a-i la i. i11 t 'I.ili, .i iI
liltihig.! .t il l i ihe 2i' l :i\ -1
A pril. A Ii. I ': 7. i i .ii.- .-.iiliin .
it said Cou'irt. >\\i i. i. S.alru I, .
is A dm iiinistr:il ,i ,I 1. 1 0 I .l I .- .t. \1,
ner II. I l\is. di'. 1. is coi lalllatii t
and C 4'. I-'u in.i : inl :- Irlit Ie'l |iit i. !,i -
w ife areL 1 -li.hill lt tI r l rt
ti.e and sill It. II t hili.i sls :itii h,.-t
bidder fior a.ishi. ;it i .- Norlililrn i l....- r
of the ('Curt lion- !--rr Na;is.:iai Ctoutil\.
In the it'.i of I", ai i nli I.'l" rir l.i.
Moni d y tle i 1st ,,. ,of .\nII I-t., \ Ii.
1927. a d l iaid elwt ,vi i iai,. hours of a-ini
o'clock in lthe foi, at*, t l\ ''1t. 1. -
in the afterni ii,. IIh t -ll \\ i il. t. a .il-
ed lands silti:it' :n N i.ma11 11' C,-i1i1v.t
Florid:i. towit: .\11l of action l'.. I -
-4even (4.7), T>-wn.thip Four (it N.- ith.
Range Tweitty-ft'-ir (2ltl :;iast. 0i' ,. r -
wise known. ;is the Thlioii I '-, .at.t
(irant; iicontaining live llinldri ra mti'l
Fifty (5.50) acrers.l more oir hI ss. ,e\aiat
that certain one a'ir- of landl i lithe
South half of said Sttian .'or -a't ci
(47j l...t-inv l *l y A. ". Dxavei n&a t r
t" J'. MC5ampbell. by their deed dI*'ed
February 5th. 1 91. described ;,.,4 1 fzr,,--
lows: All that parcel of luirL lit 1ii anil
being in the Siouthwest corner iof ltih
South half of Section PFort\\en (47).
Township ",',ur (4) No.rth. lahliue.
Twenty-four (24) East. hliing thiatl part
of grant heing known :as the J:,ami-s
'revaitt (rant. that lprojei-tl ovi-r into
farns Twenty-seven (27t iraIl T'ii .nt-
eight (2'), ai'ornling to sirt. v. .s:ioil tI
co lainil one i ar aof land. lmor or I'ss.
atid i to enihrace hiuse kinaii ni :is tihe.
Jinames Marea I'lace. .
.Als :.ill that certain I1 trait air
par, t. l if land I-ilig atindl being itln it
'ominty oft Nassau anil St:i te of l.'lori ala.
ilesierilhedl as follows- : Loat O(ne4 (1) if
SV-itliati Twenitvy-nirii (2:1) To"'li \\llisip
F-ir (4) Niarth. hitaiea Twvi.nt -f-,itr
4*-1 h. Ist. c-'lnltaililin Sixty-two :n11
79i,# 100 ( ;279) acres, ilmore aor le'ss; s.iidl
idesc, rile, l lot One ( 1 l'iing tle s:ailii.
lroi.prly 'as by 1lilliarl &
Itaila,, to thlie said A.ionerr IDavis. b thliir
-,i in 1l. -.1 Ih-ook 2. plli:ae 154 tio 15i; of
Ith- 'iilli' tIcoirds ,of (Countiy
S;.itl ro lirty being sold to satisfy
s:ii al a1 'r'. t- 'ilii a'-., t^.-
'i.,-, l l :it 'erni:alnlin;i. I a'larila, this
1st day aol .1iily. A. 1>. 1927.
As ,SI- a' Master in Cihanc-r'y.
Martin II l.-n,
Soili. it-r fir Compl:tinant 7-1 to 7 2'

N Till-: 111it1 IT '-01 IT,. Io-tI liTI
JI l l'lti. i,,ssas '1 'rT. II.OIIta.--v
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Pa.. haL. MA~~AiI rflhTMYV I U AhID FKRNANnIPJA 3'LnRIDA Frilay, July 22, 1927
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3.assurve Disdzt No. 6

Reort of* coaditieoB

The First National Bank
At Permsaia., aI the State of it ,a at the Cae *eC
Bumsses m Jume 39th. 11=7.

Lons aad discounts. Including
rdlcounts. acceptaace of
o banks, and foreign
bills of exchange or drafts
sold with Indorsement of this
beak (except those shown n
Item 1-b) $742,281.-63
Total loans
Overdrafts, unsecured -- .. .1-
U. 8. Government securities owned:
ted to secure circulation
bond par value) --1-.M
All other United Statea GovY
enunent securtles (Includ-
ai9 premiums, If any.........- 249,051.26
Total ........... .
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.
owned ...
Banking House $7.000.00
Furniture and Fixtures............. 3,000.00
Real estate owned other than banking
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve
Cash In vault and amount due from na-
tional banks ......
Amount due from State banks. bankers,
and trust companies In the United
Sn (other than included In Items 8.
9 and 10)......
Total of Items 9, 10. 11. 12
and 13 ..$474.889.28
Miscellaneous cash Items
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
and due from U. S. Treasurer -...-......-


349,051 29



Total .......... ....................... .......... 2,224,865.48

Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund
Undivided profits ..... ..........
Circulating notes outstanding.............. .-
Amount due to State banks, bankers, and
trust com panies ....... .... ... .............. ...
Certified checks outstanding..........-.......
Cashier's checks outstanding................
Total of Items 24. 26, 26.
27 and 28....................... 3.692.51
Demand deposits (other than bank de-
posits) subject to Reserve (deposits
payable within SO da.y:)
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 20 days. or subject to 30 days or
more notice, and postal savings):
Savings deposits ........... ................................
State, county, or other municipal deposits
curedd by pledge of assets of this
bank or surety bond
Postal savings deposits ..--.... ...... ..........
Total of time deposits sub-
Ject to Reserve. Items 35.
36, 37 and 38 $1,318.081.87
United States deposits (other than postal
savings), Including War Loan deposit
account and, deposits of United States
disbursing officers







$ 2,224,865.48

State of Florlda. County of Nassau. as:
"V 2 Winton. Cashier of the abovenamed bank.
on, BWVMP UMIs o abwvo atmtetmiat is true to
the beOt r my kaowaedse and belaor.
FRED C. WINTON. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day
of July. 1927.
(Seal) W. S. WHITNEY, Notary Public.

Mr. Fred C. Winton and family
spent Sunday in Jacksonville.
We do moving and storing. Jones-
Elder Furniture Co.
N. J. Parrish went to Jacksonville
Plain or Fancy Sewing Done at
Jones-Elder Furniture Co.
Miss Alice Lovell is spending two
weeks at St. Augustine.
Pay your subscription now.

Mrs. P. A. Leonard spent Thl
day in Jacksonville.

Old papers for sale at this of
at 5c per bundle.

Mrs. Tom O'Hagan spent Wed
day in Jacksonville.
WANTED-Shark Fins and I
rapins. Mee May Jan Co.

Master Howard Davis, of Kh
land, Ga., is visiting relatives h
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Mr. and Mrs. D. H. 'Ground are
ending this week at Miami.
Master Joe Versaggi, of St. Aug-
ine, is spending a few weeks here.

Mr. Albert Conner, of Hilliard,
s here on business Wednesday.
S. Campbell, of Kings Ferry, was
the city on Monday.
Mrs. M. L. Fouts and little son, of
llahan, are the guests of the for-
er's sister, Mrs. P. G. Haddock.
Ice Cream delivered anywhere in
e city. H. 0. Livingstone, phone
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sands and lit-
daughter, of Pompano, are visit-
g relatives here.

Always was and always will be the
est Sewing Machine-The Standard.
nes-Elder Furniture Co. 2t
Miss Charlotte Messick, of Jack-
nville, attended a dance at Fernan-
na Beach casino last Friday night.

FOR RENT-A furnished bed-
om. Apply to Mrs. W. B. Baker,
rner of Sixth and Beech streets. tf
Miss Lila Morrison, of Inverness.
the guest of Miss Caroline Van



Mrs. 1.. F. Morse, Miss Ruth Morse
and Mr Ned Morse spent Tuesday in
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Merrow and
little :-..n, of iDhrien, Ga., are here
visiting relatives this week.

Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Scott and son,
B. W. Scott. of St. Augustine, spent
Saturday here with relatives.
Th,. many friends of Miss Florence
Wolf" will be gladl to learn that she
is oir, after several days' illness.

M 1.s Codell Etchison, of New Or-
lean, La., is the guest of her father,
F. .\. Etchison. for several weeks.
J ick R. IHardee, of Jacksonville,
was the guest of his uncles. N. A. and
I. W. Hardee. and families. Friday.
ILOST-Full grown Black and
White Shepherd )Dog. Finder return
to Island City Garage. Reward. 2t
E. C. Campbell and son, of Yulee,
w .re business visitors to the city on
\\ cdnesday.
Dr. E. M. Sanderson and niece,
l1iss Hamilton. of Jacksonville, were
in the city Thursday.
Judge E. A. Burney and Mr. Wom-
ile, of Jacksonville. were visitors to
the county seat on Wednesday.
M d Ml~ JIV -1V

Mrs. Geo. S. Lowe and daughter, ,mr. Ia amr. .. r urrency an I
Lois, and Mrs. S. J. Kennard, Jr.. little daughter returned on Saturday
spent Monday in Jacksoennard, Jr.. from a visit of a few weeks with re-
0 latives at Columlbia, S. 1C.
Special Price on Furniture, One- 0
third off for Cash for the Next 1( I Send your dyeing and cleaning to
rDays Jones-Eder Furniture Co Rogers & Jones, 611 Main street,
Days. Jone-Elder Furniture Co. Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay parcel
Miss Ella Marshall, of Atlanta, i-postage on returning.
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. G. Dan- Mlr. and Mrs. 11. F. Sahllman left
iels. on Monday via Clyde Line for New
0 York City. where they will spend
Furnished apartment down stairs. several days.
Green Tree Inn, corner Cedar and o0
Eighth streets. Mrs. Robert Brooks and children,
0 B!anche and Robert. Jr., returned
Now is the time to buy everything Saturday, after a few days' visit to
at cost. W. J. Lohman's Furniture relatives at Louvale, Ga.
Store. -5 o
0 Portable Graphophone with Six
Now is the time to buy everything Records for $1.00 down and $1.00
at cost. W. J. Lohman's Furniture per week at Jones-Elder Furniture
Store. 8-5 Co.
O O--

Just Received-New Shipment of
Victor Records at Jones-Elder Furni-
ture Co. 2t

Mr. and Mrs. A. "F. Sauls and
daughter, Miss Evelyn, and Miss Beu-
lah Lee Jones, spent Sunday in Jack-

Mir. A. S. tllan is spending a lew o
days in Brevard, N. C., visiting his Judge and Mrs. II. V. Burgess
son, Andrew, who is in camp there. Messrs. 0. T. Weaver and G.
Burgess motored to Jacksonville
Mr. C. V. Lynn, of New York City, Callahan Friday afternoon.


is spending this week with his fam- 0 o0
ily here. I Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Shave and two
0o sons, Thomas and Leighton, left on
FOR RENT-Four room cottage Tuesday to spend a month at Battle
with bath. Tenth street. Mrs. S. Creek, Mich.
Carrio. tf __
-- o0 B. A. Cook, of Spring Hill, who is
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. Jr. now in camp at Camp Johnson, spent
and Mr. Phil E. Talley spent Sunday i Sunday here visiting relatives and
evening in Jacksonville. friends.

o -
Mrs. Louis Smith, of Jacksonvillo, Mrs. Ed Loveless, of Tampa; Mr.
visited Mrs. N. A. Hardee Friday .v-'A. M. Davis, Jr., of Lakeland, and
ending Mr. J. A. Flood, of Yulee, spent Sun-
----ay with Mrs. John R. Hardee.
Ice Cream delivered anywhere in
the city. IH. 0. Livingstone, phone | Miss Charles Bessent, of St. Marys,
87. tf, Ga., has been the guest of her cous-
i in, Miss Elizabeth Hardee, for the
Mr. D. A. Partin and family are past few days.
spending two weeks at Fernandina o-0
Beach. iFull line of fresh fruits and vege-
o0 ,tables at Barnes' New Market and
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'R. Pringle, of grocery for week-end at chain store
Crawford, were here visiting friends prices.
on Wednesday. o
o -- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein, Mr.
Get Your Breakfast Room Suite and Mrs. Louis Klarer and little
finished or unfinished, at Jones-El- Bobby Klarer motored to Jackson-
der Furniture Co. |ville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Prewitt and Little Billie Still, who has been
daughter, Miss Vesta, spent Sunday ;visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gold-
in St. Augustine. stein, has returned to his home in
o !Jacksonville.
Special price on all canned fruits. _0
and vegetables all this week. Barnes'j Full line of fresh fruits and vege-
New Market and Grocery. It tables at Barnes' New Market and
o Grocery for week-end at chain store
Mr. Hamilton Davis, of Jackson-- prices.
ville, was here visiting relatives ,n

fe isey's

Wo have


added this world

renowned .lassware to our
stock. Ae coloriny, prism
effect, and etchiny is done
by master workmen, the re-
suit is y/assware eminently
in a class of its own. You
will/ find it adveoortised in
the prominent mayaaines of
the country.

C. Srunnwald

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Willis and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hobein and the
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Willis and latter's mother, Mrs. Weeks; and
little son, motored to Jacksonville little Misses Dorothy Hlobein and
Sunday. Katheryn Byrd, motored to Jack-
o sonville and Callahan on Sunday.

Dr. and Mrs. G.
little daughter, of
the guests of the

Ralph Wolff and
Mobile, Ala.. are
former's parents,

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wolff.

Mrs. H. A. Struss. vh haso--been
Mrs. H. A. Struss. ,vh,> has been

FOR RENT-Five rooms with bath
either furnished or unfurnished,
third house off Center street on
South Seventh street. Inquire at
Jones-Elder Furniture Co. 2t

visiting in Tampa for It- pa..t thr ea o--
weeks, is visiting her purerts. Mr. Miss Vera Davis, of Hilliard. re-
and Mrs. E. W. Bailey. turned to her home Thursday, after
Io__ a pleasant visit to Miss Frieda Swear-
Mr. A. C. McAule, of Jacksonville, ingen. She was accompanied by
who is connected with the federal Miss Clarice Herring, who will spend
prohibition forces, was in the city several days as her guest there.
on Wednesday. 0
So____ Messrs. S. H. Swearingen, 0. R.
Miss Ruth Chapnman. of )ulin, Sanders, James A. Smith and W. tH.
Ga., has returned to her home, after McDonald attended a luncheon given
a pleasant visit to Miss Pearl Jordan Jacksth Evanville Baptistc Brotherhooeld in
at Fernandina Beach. Jacksonville Baptist churches held in
________ that city recently.
Mr. M. Goldstein and son, Dr. Jos- 0
eph Goldstein, of Washington, I. C., Misses Nancy Ozmer and cousin,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nancy Gray, of Jacksonville. w!,,
Goldstein. has been visiting her for the past few
o weeks, spent a few days this week in
Mr. and Mrs. Glyndon Waas and Jacksonville with Miss Gray's pa-
little daughter left on Wednesday for rents, judge and Mrs. DeWitt T.
Ilendersonville, N. C., where they ;Gray.
will spend two weeks. _-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jordan, Mrs. T.
Mrs. Bertha Kellam, of Jackson- L. Trainer. Miss Melrose Jordan and
ville, is the guest of her uncle and Mr. an:d Mrs. Mark Duggan and son
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kennard, Sr., have returned to their home :at
this week. Wrightsville, Ga., after a pleasant
o- visit of two weeks spent at Fernan-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein. Mr. dina Beach as the guests of Miss
M. Goldstein and Dr. Joseph Gold- Pearl .Jordan.
stein, of Washington, D. C.. motored o
to Woodbine, Ga. Thursday. where Mr. and Mrs. Owen Murphy and
they visited Mr. Aaron Goldtein. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carr and daugh-
0o tter, Mary Frances, of Miami, spent
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Westbr,,k and the week-end as the guests of Mayor
little son, of Jacksonville, were week- and Mrs. '. C. Kelly. Mr and Mrs.
end guests of Mrs. We..i.rooks .Murlihy and Mrs. Carr and daughter
mother, Mrs. Lillian Burney, at the ,'re former residents of Fernandina,
Albermarle Hotel. and their many old friends were glad
0 to greet them.
Mr. S. H. Swearingen and Mrs. i
Meade Higginbotham attended the Noon can relish food after a visi-
funeral of Mr. E. 0. Irvin at Ever-! tatin 1, ants. Hours of painstaking
green cemetery, Jacksonxill,.', last .. ,
Friday afternoon, JlabIor r. spoiled. Delicious dishes
Sa:ire tainted. made uneatable. Fly-

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Donegan and lo kill-. :nts. Spraying should be
little daughter, Hazel, "actnpanied "" several
by Mrs. Donegan's moti -r. Mrs., ants :ar wayss present in colonies.
Insist ,,n fly-Tox. Fly-Tox is the
F. Geiger, of Waldo, were the guests iet- ri -Tox, d-- o the
of Mrs. C. Prewitt from Tue.,Iay un-Z~ "... developed at
.-til yesterday. Mellon Institute of Industrial Re-
til yesterday. search- li Rex Fellowship. Simple
instruction, on each bottle (blue
Miss Charlotte Goodwin 1.ft on itrut ,bottle
Thursday of last week, ac.on.panied label) for killing ALL household in-
by her friend, Miss Alice Wodwarl. sects. Fly-Tox is safe stainless,
for Niagara Falls. Miss Wi, ward fragrant. sure. Every bottle guaran-
S hL- l +h ...... r 1

nau been the guest 1of the .IIs,-s'
Goodwin and Ray at the (,Gldin
home for the past three mon'!:s.

A 0
Additional local items on page 5.

Horsey's Drug Store


We Deliver to Any Part dOf the Cty
Sundays Included






Our Beautiful Over-Stuff,1 l Renew Your Health
Room Suites at Jones-Eld r e

ure Co.

Mrs. John R. Hardee and children
spent last Thursday in St. Mary. ,
Mr. High Quality and Mr. LOa
Price meet daily at Barnes' Nt.
Market and Grocery. It
Mr. and Mrs. Chester King. of,
Kingsland, Ga., were in the city o:

Mrs. John Castrounis and son.
Mike, are spending two weeks -,
Tarpon Springs with relatives.

Miss Dorothy Jeffreys has return-
ed, after a pleasant visit to her sis-

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


Boost Your Industries

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

Bread, Rolls, Cake

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


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