Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: September 16, 1927
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00051
Source Institution: University of Florida
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FERNANDINA, FLA., FRIDAY, SEPT. 16, 1927


For School Work

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Naamu County Leader. !:t l912 Dec. 15. I120


CITY COMMISSION MET WEDNESDAY

NIGHT AND ACTED UPON TWO BIDS


BEUGNET AN D LOHMAN
AWARDED CON-
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COUNTY LEADER


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Volume 40-Number 42


DISTRICT ROTARY GOVERNOR HERE

ON OFFICIAL VISIT TO CLUB MONDAY


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The City Commission met at .ihEt High and low tides predicted for GREEN, YELLOW, IlTlPI.I' The inner spiritual teachings of the R. T. "Bert" Ar' .l.
o'clock Wednesday evening in regular the Port of Fernandina at the foot of AND BLACK LEAD PENCII.S 'divine Manifestations have been one ville, district i .I .,
session. Present: Mayor-Conirim.- DeSoto street for the week beginning and the same in substance differing district. Rotatrv Iti!'.-n.
sioner P. C. Kelly, Commissioners. W. Saturday. Sept. 17th, and ending INK IN ALL. ('OLOtRS only in degree. The degree of than official visit t tl,
T. Haile and L. G. Hirth and i 'Ci! Friday. Sept. 23rd, 1927: spiritual knowledge manifested has Monday.
Manager J. Fred Lohman. Saturday. Sept. 17th-High, 0:42 RULERS, ERASER. ('OMP'ASSE"S been always commensurate with the A confor,'en' wi
Mrs. Hattie Hernandez and Mr.-. m. 1:15 p. ma.; low, 7:00 a. m., degree of the spiritual capacity of the board. together \\ ii l
Harris Mallinckrodt, of the Ameri- 7:1 p.-m. SMALL NOTE BOOKS peoples to whom the prophets min- the several standi.. ,
can Legion Auxiliary, and Mrs. Net- Sunday, Sept. 1Sth-High, 1:40 a. istered. The outer teachings, in- held at 1W o'cl.k :i.
tie L. Cone, president of the Woman's '". 2:17 P-. m.; low. 8:00 a. m., 8:49 EXAMINATION, COMlPOSITION eluding the divine laws and ordinane- Club rooms. wi.her in
Club, appeared before the commis- I', AND OTHER TABLE'TS, i'f"l es of the revelators have differed in on Rotary r\\, l
sion to out-line plans for an Armis- NMonday, Sept. 19th-lligh, 2:45 a. !every age. These specific instruc- well explained "'
tice Day celebration, requesting the I .. '1:22 p. m.; low, 9:03 a. m., 9:51 1tions have always been given in con- At 12::10 thl, I
commission to co-operate in the use P- '. GET THEM AT SUHRF.R'S formity with the material condition held at Ferna:h11 ii:4 1
of city motor equipment in a parade I leday. Sept. 20th-lligh, 3:56 Ph.m* aT" peculiar to the various ages. The a chicken dinner v
and the use of a block on Atlantic a. .. '1:2S p. m.: low,. 10:05 a. m., .Baha'is regard the divine power Glovernor "Ixirt"
Avenue for night dancing and per- 10::.- p. In. which manifested through all the pal speaker, d<'i.i
mission to erect booths to serve as j wednesday. Sept. 21st High, prophets and Manifestations as the talk on Rot ry I
refreshment stands. The committee 5:00 :t. n., 5:27 p. ni.; low, 11:04 a. same, being the one eternal, un- the aidl of a l:r
was assured of co-operation and help m., 11:45 p. m. -- changeable Spirit of God manifest, the tremendiinl' "
from the city in all of their requests. Thursday, Sept. 22nd-High, 5:57 JAX WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO MAJOR APPLEYARD GETS However, these divers Manifestations ternational lthrl..
Minutes of meetings held on Aug. a. m., 6:17 p. m.; low, 12:00 p. m. I ACCIDENT ON SUNDAY NIGHT PARTY STRAIGHT ON U. C. V. and prophets if viewed from the hu- world. Rot.trv 1
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 8th, 10th, 17th, Friday. Sept. 23rd-Hligh, (6:44 a. --- -.-- man standpoint, are seen to be dif- ed in forty-two .
24th and 26th were read and approv- n., 7:00 p. in.; low, 0:35 a. fi., 12:510 Funeral service for Mrs. Bertha Tallasseet. 'la., Sept. 1I, 1927. ferent personalities, giving different many of the l.:i
ed. Financial statements for the p" m. Owens, :138 West Adams street, who Editor Lea:der: teachings and establishing different men as its spo,-,n
month of August were submitted and There are usually two high and 1was fatally injured in a street car-: Several las ag, Col. Frank M. religious systems. The motto, ,.
read in detail and accepted, two low tides each day. Tides fol- automobile collision at Twenty-eighth Iromniomigetr. .jutanit-tGenerial and The laws and ordinances as given Irofits Most \\
Bids for refuse collect and di low the moon more closely than they and Main streets Sunday night when ('hi,.f ,if Staff of this division, re- to the world by the Manifestations eniplifies. :1 ,
Bids for refuse collection nd dis- do the sun. and the lunar or tidal two other persons were injured, will celved : letter ',tDl. ,laminiing that 1.0 !and prophets have had a deep spiri- sip :tald fe.ll ;
missal for three years, beginning f day is nearly :tit hour longer than the be conducted from the Seashole Fiu- ,i,. cnitin > ia m:le on the staff of tual affect upon man. They were vour iriitie'. ..
owsvember 30th, were received as fol- solar day. This causes the tides to neral parlors at 3 p. m., today. :any,' ot. 'l,,mu : F.l'ern ina or Nassau given through divine wisdom, and by wvith your brIn ,r
C. H. Klotz $12,72.00 advance fro day to day. and a tide Mrs. Owens died at St. Luke's Ihos- utility. Tle eomirtnintication was obedience to them, the living out of Gtovern-os'r 1:
Geo. E. Willis & Sn 13,000.00 which has occurred near the end of pital at 12:20 a. m., yesterday fronma ign :n,,ym,,, ,ly. "A. friend of the the same by man, conditions were the proosl-er,,. '
W. F. McJunkin 13,0000 one calendmhr day will be followed by 'fractured skull which she received in ( v.." or onu.ethilg like that. created which were necessary for the nandin:i tclh.
W. L. Bugnt ,500.00 a tide that may skip the next day and the crash. The other injured, Mrs. Yu kw the opinion the average fuller and unhampered spiritual un-
W. L. Beugnet 10,765.00 occur in the early morning of the M. Haynes, 436 East Forsyth street, newspaper man hs I o the an.ny- foldment of humanity. It is for this IN COUNTY -.I.. t
L. A. Jon was made by Comm10,921.6 third day. Thus on certain days only and M. M. Strickland, 339 West usscribbler. Usu as in this reason that each revelator has insist-
A motion was made by Commis- a single high or a single low tide oc- Adams street, were treated at the oust scribbr. Usually. as has e that the people follow hs ordin- J. ll
sioner P. C. Kelly, seconded by Co- curs. i such cases it will be noted county hospital for lacerations and ca, it is sto within he (r she) has ed that thewas or their own good the follII \ I m ,,
missioner L. B. Hirth, and carried, that vatcancies occur in the tide bruises about the body. Mrs. Haynes not know why. :and if they had signed that he con tn:red this. Their .el- Sept. ist 1 ;
that W. L. Beugnet be awarded the table. and Strickland were permitted to re-' fternawwl.an
contract as the lowest bidder. and Stcklad were t their na an explanation would fare depended upon following his Luther M.1. t. :. I *
Bids for storm drain and sewer --- turn to their homes after medical at-'have ie, ,n given. injunctions. colored. chr,.Id ~ .. Ii l. i1," ,
maintenance for three years, begin- PLAS BEING FORMULATED tentlon at the county hospital. At The prophets have been srs as th drl ,
ning November 30th, were received ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM noon yesterday Mrs. Haynes' condi- Tihe facts are: Fe ern ndina did o e f e hi fe.. Be- or3t h :e r as 1
as follows: t on became worse and doctors order- have a (eam (. feterate Veter- well cau s e of their spiritual understand-- td: i .:'
C. H. Klotz $ 7.500.00 A committee from Theodore Her- ed her removed to St. Luke's hospital. tns. \Iu (anp Nt. 104, cause ing they were able to indicate in their docket -' lht ,1t, -.. I
C.LH.U. C. V.." but was dropped about a ing they were able to indicate in their docket firi thI e c', ily ,., C' iii ', I'.
H. D. Lohman 10,500.00 nandez Post of the American Legion She was taken to the institution in ar o tachin the material sins and con- ginning Monday. .
Geo. E. Willis & Son 8,000.00 and from the Legion Auxiliary pre- the Seashole Funeral Parlor's ambul- ear agortfor non- ent of dies ditions a wel a the more spiritual Ennh Hg i. Solet t '.:
A. G. Lohman a. program fur' Armisti ce. D~ayance u ai aditnon i. "f"A 4" 0"' eadquurtermu at -nKw Oeans. Th de s e h r rituen
A motion wa maode by Commis- before tlr meetilg wn^say net C- mtt n ar-edtiete P'- i *.
SLohman ad before the metin dant The ate which the trio year per member to the general or- advent of succeeding Manifestations. gen W, c .i..
stoner W. T. Hailu, seconded by of the City Commission for its a- s n ic terThe return of the prophets does with posseesseing yinitoxi:ao pan i-..
ied, that Loh n be awarded doreena t l. by the ity Fathers and it caught between a northbound street the State division. But the failure not refer to the return to this world J.0O. Jones, colored. 'h.;a | .,
this contract .as w bidder, is eaourain t e that ad gala car, operated by H. E. Davis, and an to pay the general organization au- of the individual person. It refers to possessing intoxicating i ,'uIr.
rienc t o tbi e m nti byd is encouraging to report that a gala er tomatically dropped it from the rolls the return in another individuality, Willie Reed. colored. 'h:rg. '. i '
this contractasaw er. of day is to e the result on Noveber oatree. The machine was demol- both of that and the State division. manifesting the same impersonal possessing intoxicat in li .
water being used in fwith the quanks, City lith. All details will be published ished. Strickland was turning his Therefore, in the making up of the Spirit-the Word or Spirit of odJohn Surd r t. : I
after being used in flush tan s, in a er ie of the Nassau County omobile off Main street ito staff, the ctnnnding officer had no which spoke through the prophets of with driving hi th ,
Manager Lohman advised th at herhad o Lner and articles willbe sent Officer J. T. Hunter eet, and L. B. Pad- recourse. The cnip by the records, the past; as, for example, in John the nence of intoxic"atin, li r.
a-adeadue to tho.carelessness of Baptist was the return of the spirit M. -. ile.ter, whit,.. ehrar0lt ,
ing for installation in a meter n pe o ita tat tor ill gett, w ho investigated, when the wasd t S of Elijah, but not the individual per- possessing into:ti ir.
ret to the flush tanks, it being lebrate Art is tic hop Day with us. crash occurred. s s loe l. we Cl idson of the former.prophetfIsrael. umlit h l. ,h! .
wtus cahouedson of the former prophet u,f Israel. Lunuih a.e thei .initl-. c It in' I. ',:, '; 'ii
presumed that this disc would reduce celerat istice ay Mrs. Owens is survived by her Now, all that Nas:Si Camp has to With the passing of centuries, peo- with i.ssessing int\u'.,jg iqr."
the water used to approximately 3800 husband, Claude H. Owens, shipping t is to sed to ('l. rak M. Iron- ple ceased to differentiate between Bill ( ,
cu. ft. per tanik per month. Mdr.R. Sdclerk for Swift and Company.- moinger. .Jaks nfile. Florida, a list the individuality of the Man ifesta- HIl"sses.ii in :i, .
V. Nolan, manager of the Southern DATE FOR STATE COMP. Florida Times-Union Sept. 13th of the iamies of the late Nassau Camp tion and the Spirit of God which J. .1. l.'. i. co'r.. I 'v ,aI
States Power Co., stated that the he foregoing will be read with th thirty cent for each member, spoke through him; hence, instead of ptos,-si..ilg ut,\,t,. I .1.
power company would apply, effec- Senator J. B. Stewart, T. G. Oz- regret by the many friends of Mr. and will reinstate the camp. He king for the return of this Spirit r, h ..
tive September 15th, a flat rate mer and '. I'rewitt returned on Sun- Owens in this county, as he is a will send twenty cents of the amount of God, manifesting through another oi .. .in .O,, : s, .
charge for o cu. ft. per tank perdayfro tri to Lake City, Live nephew of Hon. L. L. Owens, of to' general hl.iadlquarters .ptr mem- personality, many petoplh ini these k it- 'ret .. h. .
months. Oak.. Madison, Monticello, Quincy, Evergreen. r) andi rt.talin vt. i cents for t i he use ter days, make thte mins take of I,,k- Int.n i ,, i I,.
The City manager advised tie Tallaassee' andl Marianna, Panama ot this hdiviin. ing for the personal. individu t 111al .r
mionc dth e poier pgactioe crit rhavilgeen their objective, but TAKING TEACHERS' EXAMI-. Nass:n u ('amp ill tlhen take its turn to earth of their ,own particular ih i.... s ,,.
hr. had concluded the proper place t 'car tr,,uloh th ,\'taPed anld they were EN pi a. i. ti l t -rank:;or,,it- o t tlu-psp r miet Ad v.,;t,,, ,
st.r It r connection to be used t f tred to urn Iack a after reaching NATIONS AT FERNANDINA ,loae tillt rnk .f the o vi tllomps proph-et.--Adv.
tus I water rtnto. Thn _ent__r fl l thepissioBa b-" l I rt .a I' H .riol:,, ;nu w .n -, ._,, i'. ,'h
hy the fire pumper was near the fott Mar i ae.Ttr .h h rille t axe f Hprobab- dc Hevid hi tilt.ir-l th deserves. but uln-l JA E. O M
S(enthe fire et ad thrat in prefer-t M na n,.lidate for State (onp- Those who are taking the teachers'- ith s in isint. way to JAX COLLEGE OF MUSIC TO
ence to an underground pipe laid at i'troller anl recei'eved : great deal of examinations at the office oif tle il h th hr she wou t t hener en e,,
w water level in Aumelia river, he encourageIent n hi- trip front peo- County Superintendent of Public In- Ete her ti. hr' se wouhl then HAVE STUDIO IN TIdS CITY .. ... '. .
low suggested r levn installation about five pIle in the citit' and towns visited. struction are: Misses Anna Mat e tile th c, .ISsusenndnt for Wil The Jacksonvill 'Csol-ge of Music, r,, ., h .
feet above low water to which Hal, Bryceville; Myrtle H icks under the instructin i of directors thne infl .. Il.I tt
feet above low water to which wuaxationdependsBrycvill; Eloise Burnr, Hilliardyman P. Prior arid George Orner, T. .. ,
Il.e attached a flexible suction pipe to Tire size of yor taxation depends Bryceville Eoise Burner, I lill iard ytn t it -lf a ars,'.
he lowered when service is needed. tUipon the wealth of your community. Ella Mae Miller, Hilliard; Virgini: I trust tihat nun t of this will ariseF- will give vocal lesoins i this city. .- riing a :. .
.hl. lowered when service st p tn ront Increaset lhii tevalth and reduce tax- Burner, Hilliard; Irene Phillips, Yu- suffMieieoat intre"t anig thie uhl ets ept.loth.
Trhe hydrunt tor stand pipe on tw :ation iy ITr:ling at home. lee; Beulah Barber, illiard; Lena f te s (th ar ot many eft)Mr. Cx, who p.sse a t ..
stlet to bie connected to pre.,en th Had, Yulee; Teety Foxworth, Ilil- t gt together, elct th armng personality, will be here at arl'n td. l Its i
cr '.erviceu for printing purposes h t.I.. e, Ype Tsna lith, w iiPll feh tr,,at ie tht:n1 ;.ll h't'
rs of ie imnrch pin to have the f Eighth aid alhoun streets was liard; Pauline Swearingen, Hilliard; officer- cho,:t delegates to thi tar- this time to begin instruction. lUV- fr the ini-s
n- oal tintrol vinch plue. After geto neral granted on tiot by ('mnissioner Bessie Higginbotham, Callahan; 1u- inmnat Reunin. St'pt. 27-2s. tI"ul i'e ii inrg had exceptional training in this ,f Florid:. ai ....F '.
iiseuin which brought out the fact Kelly. sec-ndethd y ('missioner borah Vanzant, Callahan: Willi i fr th rc itin it ill the ntry and ab Mrs. Cox is an der
diht .the usio which b roughnt :utnd Ctal. irth : ,l -arried. IMae Hodges, Hilliard; Myrtle Loui-se hI. enltitlhd t,. IBut they must get experienced teach.-r. ahiie range' I.t h 1 in ,,
that un treets originally selecFron ted, was Ti natter f railrod taxes fort Haddock, Hilliard; Mattie L. Mur- husy right in,,. llThis is a g great opportunity for lap al A im-i ii .:... \ '
houerned at present bally six hydrants T192. eniaett of hich is delayed rhee, Hilliard; Messrs. Wilton Brad .ctfll.those who desire i:-truction at a very Ba,'.n. utl, 1a .... i'. ..

trn was ito b nuisio .r carried inst tig the City Mana- Sell out and move to Fernandina. .et us your printY.

cuihn awasntrodiurchedf 4bytht ao miort r cto adus.td.t Aotiony wo o- Please call Mrs. J. oeo. Suhrer, 23 u.m ,-t. -,f ', I J '
Ilrt, saeidcaed o accept sug- take untimn ts e pedite the hearing footf ntrSou th enfth street. for full parthu- ian 'hirth, iiill .' erKe ..y
irth, arri to and th t a s ln! trh; :inthnv y Has quidllars. The class wuil be limited. h h n Satu.ay. Sept. A' 'Ii i.i
gestions of the City Managep ithat and psuitte. r"r d r.. J ersy:as quickly S omFnI.tupd
he bw instructed to proceed w i th as p ei hl r.. ... u -* Episcopal Church choi. is well known All"un' -"c.
hinistallati edn. f pro mer f citi- to coma befre, tn- nhuting, adjourn- --veryt ng tMr. Prior as dir,.tor of St. Johun'i at l I ,'',,tk i... .
A petition from a num o rr ""nt'- tk n world. ull for F'ernarallr.i : 1l .':t
z pis requesting a light at the corner mcnt \\:ns taken. _ull
zeuSt-COAST GUARD .. School Supplies-FERNANIINA"HIGH SCI/O1'


TO BE ( II 1A1UMiAcu\
Commander T. S. Klinger of the present there are two picket boats
Commander S t Cs. Gl g, has es- and three seventy-five foot rum
United States Coat Guard, al chasers. the fleet to Ie increased to
tablished offices in the federal build- nine, which will hitaii the addition of
ing, the personnel of the officesCon-two seventy-five fqt boats and two
uprising the commander, chief yeoman, 'one hundred foot chasers.
machinist's mate and carpenter's Commander Klinge.r has been in
machinist's mate and of the se-i command of the U. S Yamacraw for
mate, the entire w side being de- some time and his 'xerience in con-
oted flor of the Cot Guard's head- nection with checking the activities
voted to the Coast -G of the liquor runners along the coast
quarters hee. states that the is extensive.
Commerce t randr wi be increased The increase of t. prohibition
for'e at Femadl ..n nne hund-. forces here will nieahn a ,P rat deal to


TAblets, Com|
Pens, Pencils,
Wax Crayon
amination Boc
Colored C

PURE


Waas' D
"The Store A


position Books, .
Rulers, Ink, = The Fernandina High School open-
s, Erasers. Ex- 'ed on Monday, September 12th, un-
)ks, White an4 -der most favorable prospects for a
Chalk, Etc. successful term.
All teachers were present to take
D U G 0 iup their duties with the exception of
Miss Johnson of the fifth grade. Mrs.
SiT. J. Jones is substituting for Miss
S;Johnson until her return about the
rug Store first of October.
The enrollment for the first week
kCommodating" 1has reached 280, which is larger than
o;ever before. In some rooms the con-


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'.eveni, twao 1girl- andt fi\
I ','ahi 1 i ler lhut- Ii;it4
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ATTENTION, MEMBERS A(:X
Th,.re %%ill I... 'm ian ni!


-NASSAU


DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF FERNANDINA. NASSAU COUNTY AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA


Kell. .J. J.













Tow I r


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Jones-Eld er


unit ure


Storage


IS NOW LOCATED AT


210


CENTER


STREET


(Mularkey Building)


A full line of Furniture, Stoves, Phonographs


Records, Aluminumware and Dishes


AGENTS FOR VICTOR TIL KING MACHINES
AND STANDARD Sli!':ING( MACHINES


A Free Souvenir for Every Child Calling at Our Store

Accompanied by a Grown Person This Month


Four Vast Undertakings Should Appeal To Daring Genius Of America-Bring Boundless Prosperity


men of America, from the days of crease its bl.mied iihldette-ilii- for
Matthew Maury, long before the civ- the profit \ii hih- it wo1uhll ;tn
il war, saw the supreme necessity of through ItIh d\ilop'n-iit lhuis er,.
building an Isthmian Canal, it re- ated'.'
quired the daring and the determina- Tlh. n;al tio .n here I: :i i'tr.asurv. tihe
tion of a Roosevelt to bring about value of w'hichl runs not >iinpl 1 into
the construction of the Panama Ca- billions,. but into hundreds ot" lil-
nal. Precedents were thrown to the lions. Strtthiimg lItbtwetn thit Rocky
wind. Perhaps sonie things were Mountains amii th.i Allglhaniv.s iand
done in a ruthless way. But, des- the Blue Ititige. atind fr'in tlie liordtri
pite all the opposition of the trans- line of t'Canadatl to tit. (lf f ol' Mexitt.
continental railroads, the canal was is the most riiiark;alel rig'tioni on the
built and opened up a new era in face of tin- earthi. It is capable' ofi
world commerce. It has already sullpportingi : pti.l|uilatitn miuc'h ri-at
demonstrated its supreine necessity 'r than that ofl t lie' >ntiiie 'ctuntr i\ fi
to this country. We are already be- toilav. It is tin.' \c'r\ lit.art of' AI.I r
ginning to see that the Panama Ca- ica.. ''o i'negle'ct 1t ulilizi. ti~ hese< \:t
nal is in danger of becoming congest% %. resources \eoulli leI aIlino t e ed, and that for safety in peace as neglect eof otir opportunities lIb-i.,


to t x"t eni' well as in war the Nicaraguan CIanal to a large
to the extent built. t


and iron and


* 'el. and many other things we are
eeiiduc'iIig andi consuming 60 per
**lit oIr ,1,,more of the output of the
initne woit rld. Our 6 per cent of
'lie worl,'- population thus, broad-
I -l'peakingi. lias more than 50 per
enit of thle world's producing and
oliisuiilr iil, wer in thei rreat in-


e'\ten. tit ,t Ie- r:>ilc '4e i,.
thlie ori i :li the ; .il I,.


This is another enterprise that re- livestock :auln other :iniculltiral p,
quires the same kind of daring and ductsI to feld thel' tI.* nen'i po,11,ti 111.t. ,
boldness which marked the work of of other parts of the e conli r. iit .,,..
Roosevelt. Some leader big enough' tuoo. nut let' 'ai) 'd e h o,4f thIl l t
and broad enough and with influence toln. the |frl,, :micii ',--e1ta'll,-| t I, Ii,
enough to carry the country with to i feet theel .,,e le .l Ail, ..
him must take hold tof that situation Throuteh the' e. lopen-It .f tih:.t ,
and carry the country into active ieon will ie cre':itla -tld :i lt i tr;:,-.r


dlustrial things which make for na- construction work; for. long before
tieurial building. that canal can be completed. its su-
ut, :as the Manufacturers Record preme importance to the nation will
has repeate.ily said, all that we have be fully realized.
dlone theu far is but the pioneering The projected St. Lawerence Canal
Swork. Like the Western pioneer, and the all-American canal from the
who opene-,'d up that vast region. Lakes to New York are great
t learetd t bit of land on which to schemes, worthy of the best energy
t.ret hi- rude cabin, to be followed and broadness of vision of the coun-
in time ,y the building of great rail- try. These should be undertaken
r,:is :ild cities which these early without delay.
adeentittr,. made possible, this coun- And then there comes that still
ti\ has i.een doing pioneering work. mightier problem of harnessing and
We have pioneered in agriculture, controlling the waters of the great
in mainufacture, in chemistry, in re- central region from the Rocky Moun-
,'arch. We have been wasteful to tains to the Alleghanies, a task of
thel extreme in the way in which we greater magnitude and greater value
ha:e done many of these things. to the country than the Panama Ca-
The- very boundlessness of our re- nal, the St. Lawerence and the all-
sani,,.s has made us wasteful and American canal combined. We need
e\tr:,.agant in their use. in this situation such men as James
Many years ago, when the En- J. Hill, the empire builder of the
'lish. Iron Institute held its annual Northwest; Roosevelt. the create of
Meeting in America and visited the the Panama Canal, or Rhodes. the
1iron making sections of this coun- empire builder of Africa, to fully
try. its members expremsed their awaken the entire country to a task
amazement t at the wasteful way in so stupendous, but which would yield
which we had disregarded the value a profit to the country so far and
e.f our raw materials. But we were away beyond the cost. even though
pi..neers. Like the pioneer who cut that might mean billions, that to de-
d,.wn magnificent forests and burn-'lay this work would be a reflection
S.1 the timber because there was iso upon the intelligence, the initiative
-:her way of making a home, so we and the energy of the people of
.ave pioneered in many lines of ma- America.
rialal development. We have failed Some will object that these great
.mus far to comprehend the tremen- undertakings would involve a heavy
i .is things to be done in America increase in the bonded indebtedness
S'this nation is to continue to go of the United States. Suppose they
I i,.. ,rdl beyond the pioneering state would. Is there any great business


by far than the entire wealth ,l i.,-.
United State ofl tohda:.
Here is an ai-'et of a;ie le'o .: ,l
human t'llcomputlationell, which a a; i.
toll we hla e sadly ie.v!he'leleld. I ,
generations i fter ter-i'ili r u \a it ,1 e .
golie on wit hout pi op*rlI' utilt / ii,
thi lin ithless a:l e i tlhei i : ii '.i .f': ,
in ti \'.s t ht r e li t i vr-at t rt;'
'We have permitted tl h. ;1 *,
ter u.. ic-tl eidl eof i.io,'-e i i i. .i,
t.e t ihae let thieni carry. !i\ ir. .
of soil. a \:i- a: m nii ti .1 i c- n: '
of thev la ln into tie-. (;'if ,tc \, .. I
W e have' let ti i-e- ri.,r- t,. -
stant in celil t t e. ,. ,i*i.t e .e .
drained, -in-tea. of eii a o- [i "
bouidles t ppo rieaelc t tlii\ ',, ; .
nnent.
In thei e grt:at !pr..ic t we '
found a < all ;'> the *-i-r \ |
itiltive and the full p..l .-r ,-f ,
Americaiin peo All *.f .t--i- tL>
call lit ;' aiccol- i pli-. edl li, "... c ili"'
and out ol, hei'r a follow : we alti > -' r' .it. a I reogr
sot va t. that al t!i.e we ia'.e d .n.%
up to tilte pre-'- ** e in ,uiL. il
deed. !ee onil\ t! e- .weri:c e w rk .
the' U(tili.:et .-i c 1 -I..... 'l ,I I cc ..
that a -t ieK ',t tiren !l:> !n >',l. c.:*,
gers t t.t I l it ii .i 1ll ti n- d l ln ,* : -** l t.i .'-- t li .
w otuld tc i a cii .; .c l ".r i.i. ,*i c c
machinery .f r; k.,s d.t. ;t ,d
be bull in t..- ...n'r ; f,r :it of
the tcon .-traen. i' e .I jI *.
ing and cotirira .ilin f.lmi-: f, r .1 :-
the influence :.di .. i tI .,* r .'...I,-


basis. which h ould prove in each case The following dispatch from iMont-
as proflitalle to th i- United States as gonmry, will givt. an Mi a thow far
the. l'Ian:taa Canal has already prov- and wide the agitation for the St.
e.n l1, le-. iidcihed. there is scarcely Mary's anld Suwa net' rier l e.irg.
:i project wlhichl \ e have mentioned canal is reaching. .isli. ir News.
that. in it.I ultimate result, would not! Montgotn>ry. Al:. "lh Alalbamaii
.-rpass iII value -to the country even legislature will endi ,n>, thet :all-wattr-r
te l'vanina Canal with all the tre- ways route which cir",I,<.se' t, coin-
iiie tiuous influence wviicli it has had nect ('olumbus. (;,k.. :iani 4 ilvi steon.
iuein this country aml upon world Texas, through ,ni ,f thie n gr:attst
irce'iitrct. undertakings cnteillateel in rc.cnt
Art- tie t'- people f America ready years. .SeiiNatr .lolhn 'i:ait. ;iutheet
tel t.t| ,iout *.t" th llit n ii eei 'iniig stage of resolution l >i- .anl e le','r\:;rd ii these mighty un- and now in the. h un-,' :i- eh. l re. i.
,le'rt ikin:!-: hlii>hi wo,,uld rank as Tlh' pi-rcp>| t'cd \e;tt(.r\:,i, \.il n ,.ct s
:,il .i i. lIe'- re;ate'st eintet-r|lp -es ever state thi t o( l .-lr Utt. ni ., 0iily lill
'C, e *',\'dl :ii 1 :irrii-d out by the mt ile: oi f c:ialnl .htlii.h :t ; t. :;i.,.A ,I


ieoe .r of
I'erord.


; 1 11


Tlie Sta:i (:anal enini-,sion I ihas
i ltiie' d i t ll 'li;.nel t of Commierce
hen as v.ell i- oii'er offi'i:al bodties I
,1 4 oiititie' 'iiailted aloli"- thel route
of thlte prolet, I i:arge caiial, that a:
het il lilt will I h ldh in thle near fu-
Itir by Ithe I. S. engineer for this.
iliti tct :as i- t ie :i si:l ilit\. of the
,c ln trl'iiol i, y hilee Unlited States
7 ., I'iii-.nit. e the St. Mary's teo St.
Matiks t-canal.
li.ini!tlii. I luiilbia, Baker, Nas-
s.M S. iani i Al.lt lson. Taylur.
.Nlef' *t n, i. !* i. \,W aukulla, l.;l.erty,.
I' ra'ii *i C l \:,. \\W altoe i. Oka-
loo Santa I, los:. tscai ii:i "and
eth r o, nl t cf lh'l idla:t. a, well as
I:i ,,.ce. 0C n.ei. Br:a tit'l W are,-.
('h .c, -. I .owndie and other
c"'e '., ecf t('ie>iii:a. :iltre expected to
' ; I .1 t tee t o, teta, oiUt-
' a ; i 'nc ,.' comilni-ri c for
tie. -.cti~ve c. .lint"s' at this hesar-
iv. h atl ithe 1I detial eat.ngiet'r can
i.:, a !r l ,t r- :c c,,rt to, te :-.'t-cre-
I;,.r. .f1 w a:r ;(i., t,, "hA n i'k t S'.-
- :,l" cn.! ',i 1hi0h will convene
a : i ; :rly T i.r is' i 0 ,l Ic tlt t'cat t ie u V'.-
n : r a ,h: '.' canal via the St.
M:n I> a t r.. rivers is gath-
era. ,' ,, n!d \ i. i,'Iet h stronger
tla *- .'ers. Th-" state
'"c, ....' -" *f i' e';lia and Georgia
t.;. : : i. gtoneli" record in favor
eof ':' :c e '..l a.i.d ,eipoeinted appro-
pr c..'- > ., s oi>lh- :;id l now the
-t -. n r.'t -re- A aaniaa, al-
lh,, .,i *e e4 reelt Iterested. is
taki VV b te i, I, thie project
la 'I *'f 'ILc -r. de.velopm ent
the r, c.:einal -,,.iI bring to this
pu' ef ht h, .... e'.e' of Flor!,;i anid (Georgia
It; re )tcl:t t ii etlir.-c ily a oll, g the
i,. .,.- i .;trn:'i. it i p,,litt.d ,ut by
-, i: -; o" 'i/ *-ii:n j dofd f lii ,- tep.


plished with an e\petnli !.-.i of t p l
proximnately $ 111.(HI.111,0(Hl>,
The project a> prop.. Il in the
Craft reso,,tlution would .. ,e tihe.
following route,: lelinin,,' it C'iu,
lerland So und. proieelttii, .. St.
Mary's river in (Ceoria .i,. I iridla;
thence thiroughl tle.e )k, .t .,,ke<,-
swa;llnm in (i l'eorgia. :ni l '.t, \ i' i
the Sutwanifle l'i\nr 1 I l.-1i .i. to,
St. Gtetre' oe, nt-l. ;i .e cI rielit,
canal., lluw tco nelllt'ttilni the' .\ :. ii-
cola with St. Andrew.,s bay. I, .. -
hachee bay. and H1 I ie l..ion a11 I 'I r
ida; Perdid, lbay anud .lhle. I .i .e.
Alalbama.i; lIthlouig th. l .--I:


sound. Lake Ponchartrain. anmd In
dustrial canal. Louisialna. connectilli
finally with the Mississippi river :At
New Orhlean.
The project as a: whole is of 1.
three-fhld nature. the- plan.-c rallinii'
for a canal coninectting Moloile bla\
with '.en sacla: conineitilng New Ori
plans with Apalnh hicola. Florida, alit
the Columbus. (eorgia. wt:etrway. A
';tlnlil connei llt.l i li th l>b"ti l ten e'li
.-s.und with the .11 .ssissippi river.
tliro nigi the Ilndustrial canIal, i- al
r>-:el iit i-e at New <)rlea is.
A rn'Iutt will Ile opel nedl te ltlt I
mnlre. New York and other toa:l
'itic t on thie Atllantic through the-
rouit frol,m Mitile lb;y teo the (C'uc
letrl.-arnl oit l on the e-i. -t, M eoileh
lil New OIrlea.ins are already '-on
nie'ted wlitli inland waterways. the
fo'rmier being ::!1 miles froni the' ull"
of Mvxic,,. v.hile New Orleansl i:.- -,,
necttel lt y thte- Mi.-sissippi. 132 mlile-.
'roiem the- .;ulf. Mobile. b y inter
vene- l.et \.e...n Mohile atld the ;ulfl
ThIe craft re'ulutlioid calls fer ei
dorsteinelnt y the legislature of the-
state, clopi- of the' resolution to Ie
fo'rwarileld to the president ,f ti,,-
I'nited IStates, the fedIeral Ipoe t,
eoIlli ih-sieIoiI antl \,fariou- other L yer
'roillleita :l :agelr' ie-.


AGWrs


Crtcal


EADING betiusm m feh~iinfIt"tam MAW o r

"Mly stuw 1w ntuy sbmgbeem takng
a, mf m d stuffed wi Im: -- .,

d SwPpoiq b h 1%Cob
Vim= ipWS1 Ud As is mmjhadm~

VVWA0 Ome-d adhm wN W

P im&a 'ii Fl F.Fa

b~u dd* me-am TMO c~im o awdiwa

d bmb Mdmd inL. ~~Aa rL.


CO.


'T'h time has come when the peo-
pie tof America must learn to think
im lIillions and, indeed, in tens of
lilln.is. ir n considering plans for the
t'utur,.o tf this country, for our
wNealth is now over $400,000,000,000
and is increasing at the rate of
51.5,01O1,000,000 or over annually.
our national resources and our
Pr,,grecss are perhaps not fully com-
IrI't'hended by the vast majority of
*,ur le'o Nature has been bounteous to the
*\trti. iiin our geographical loca-
ioni aid iin our vast mineral, agricul-
'iill., tintbetr and water-power re-

lIn-h in these things beyond any
tit. r i-opt t e. li h t w a ld rip h in


"- IIA I F 4' 0 .... t. Int e
',tur productive power
I A:t of coal. and oil,


Pace Two


NASSAU COUNW LEADEk. ]FERNANDINA, IFLORIDA


Frida.v, Sepiember 16. 1927


*


M.oi iil':'tuirers.













Friday, September 16, 1927


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


Page Three


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AMERICAN EDUCATION


.--......... ...... ....-- -.. ". .-............,



AMELIA CITY POULTRY FARM r WO
( i \i Bt Rk.-OKRI), Propiiettr IiT4'Y P.EASI 0
NOT A^L*A

Now taking orders for

j Sept emb /er Iabv Ciix / (


Rhode Island Reds and barred I'!ynltoutlh Rocks at

I 5c each
To Help Matters
.. PIassionate-"The more I o,,,k at
Mother lien and 20 C'hix I you the more beautiful you seenn"
Sweetie-"Yes"
$5. 00 o "'I ttit t look at yfu more
"-- u ften. '

IAlways Has Been
EGGS FOR IATCHIIING, $1.25 PER SETTING l)izzy--"lt's a shaky busine-<."
SBroad-"Wt at is."
II ll!!i lliiin HIIII lli ii~ iiu nil iiiHnIII!111111111 n11l!!!!!'!l!"!''1milillut"11111 1!I!llulllllll !U Illl l"l|| | l|!|'!'|lill!IIll ll ithlli't IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIll ll nlll 's -tl l < i


The most wonderful thing about
the United States after all is not its
great scenlery or ItU .l-plintI factories
and r:iilrii:is andni ip:. but the way
it edluc.Lts It- chttildrl. It is the be-
lief ,, thi- coittry that e\ery ltoy'
anid .ecryv eirl whi, \\;hantS- education
shoultI ha\te it. :tt l:i.-t oI a reason-
able c\ter'.
So hli:o t ,it-veile'l in Florida
anlJ ,,Itit>t x\'lx x\lth re etl-t, a> .,vsts'il

gb i w :111 ,'t the .lluil\:leIt 't hill
s< Ih ,I,1 tIr;!I;in ig. :ily .',olll utllities
t"f citour-' lack hliteh s. itt ls. !but tiley
ai'" g 'i';> i riil.y liof;>;'.te tii';i t'llenoukh so
tl;tt li,':ti t'l l t I' rl' t id ftld r :f itri-
ti( n I,,y> :11 i iirl: 1-, 1I 'lli tit'n-Ill
w without tiI t gr Thet' t y"iu | 'people' shoultl re,:tlize
tha:it they >r:ie gettiini opportunities
niiit ipri'vitid iVantywhere else. They
shotiuht itmake ta return t'ir test, ppor-i
tunities. in the ft'rm of keen interest;
int thie affairs of their counItry and a:
I'r solve tI be'coill "e ',ld t'i>+i zel -.

We'e Seen 'Em
Sal'esili [1-- ""l'L.:at sii i- :L i suit


The Steak You Cannot Resist


is the one %,,t!-~ i- broili
for v Lt I t,'ewit,'ta
COnIes ,4ft -in o t ir '.
Pay alitti' twork. atl1i-



I. ~, in':'n I tin o
1:1%. Im- d.1v X\ 1 1!1 '


Island City Market

F. H. HOBIEN. Proprietor


Center and Third Streets


FERANANDINA, LFLA.


PREVENT CABBAGE DISEASES

Great oi.-ses to the cabbalege crops
of thi- -tate are caused byI fungi thel
spor< ,*f which are carried from'n
place ti place ontl the see.d, clinging to
then !!ke leeches. Luckily there is a
prep:r::t',in which the trucker :cant
make .-.,--il" and in which lie can
soak ii, drenich the tseell t' fr the pur-
pose t killing the't- -pree. lDr. C.
V. \' lbterr. a' oci:4 tei plant patholo-t-
gist ofi the I',rii ta EXperifitelt Sta-


RURAL COMMON SENSE


Much to Review you would lit-vr w\-;ir ut."
First Student-"Wl'at did your ('ustoier "'No; iint without he-
mother say when -he heard youth had inti l:iiithed :it."


By SIpuds Johnson flunked out -
It's hard tio tell which is the great- Second Stthdent-"She became his- Staying Put
'st I h-as:rle to i.-. our running water'torical." (g elt- "- -e in ti ktii, yiur fact.
systt I l. ,lir -I.-ct.ric lights or our ra "llysterical. you mean tall.' ust hI : 1iv' lit't \,itil his lu,. ei,.,, I
lio X% ilch ,e iv stalledd a few months "N I nctll h istoricl. Sh. dlu- (rues."
Atgo. A.t Ii -It ti t itigihbors hIad : tp lILy pasI t atid| reviewed' al niL litheIr 'I i ili'! t ,,- I- ,l- ..t.d.
gissllilg -pitll. utii nI w most ofi that Si.i." "h 'lih ~ i- iy i i ."
cro''uld the n.-m. that always nag -
p>trog.-.. ',0 eIjoy utr r:Iulio Fair Enough .S ati ot.trv Like
A.i iuch :i : '. :\t least they "I lo you hate to work long ht.o ,I '" l'iri i ".s:. ',,, l. hiet tl,.w,
omll a i nRiiltd \ I1\1 :indtl ttlen to No. tily the regulation le otfii; tlii r,;,i: ,, I,, t **'


tion., hi,, tohil how this may Il e dne listede inll." si\ty minutes." lidulI.vI:tint "|It ,,n[I't 'o : Vny\ here.
for two particular diseases. His AAmi belie,\t, me lle are glad to -- It'.- here t\i\ moii ,llilLi' n I come
statelnii, i'. iven below: haave them. bl,.-au>.w the radio will There's a Difference :along."
Blat k.. ilt Is s,,t on to ilt- .. .ri i s- help such folk> to gep t a broader out- Hut surely seeing is belieini."
eses t" caiage in this ;t:it'. It look illn lil- i id l onsequently help "Not ntecet saril : I see you -,.ry
tour tii v, \\e't. sit ll\ four owni dayv." I% TI t I IT l I0 T. %% -I
may It, practically controlled il our itit1. W sit by I. li Ito%.t -i
sanitation in the seedl,. ald y -fireside and< hIear lectures, sermons. I--- qI 4.:1I.

clean se..d which have I.een disin- nstrllelntal s.elIec'tions hymns. h A Bit of Foxing ,; :,: : 1 ,
fected with a I-to-llt I .solution o 11 ol'ols :llh iris ll ts readings, health Actor- "And the audience., nmy;i .,it: t.,., ..
corrosive -l ate. This slutiton talks. and a little. .i. 110 now aind then. b y. w re glued to their seat. t ; ,, ,
may Ie -t.ule lv diss ling 1 t:abl t Ii l rl i' n ,t s" larglt wheni y ou til the show was over."
of corrt osi' tuhlialte il I pint otf 'll t t't xII'thtli r reports friom \\a.h a Critic "That certainly wras :a ne.t i W,1:11.':: -- i \ i ,i: i I Is i' i.i.i'
after. ilnglon :d li har :i health lecture in way of keeping them there." e i.\ N
''r. l 1 1 un Fli rancl-co without getting out toft' T,, I': i \ :; lI .1i t
-The st..id which are to bet disin- v,ur chair. Such Is Youth it .... !.... ,h ,--
fected should be securely enclosed il W. hie:r the latest and the best ton The little ferry was just pulling .. ,t,, I'; *, t,i.r.
a loose cheesecloth bag and thorough- agricultural nl etlov.ls from all over ut when .im the .Jocular .luni,,r uu. it,, ,t, ,,*. i,. t r.., I,
touut.r r h iwh en J i the. J., i!.1 11,
ly soaked til the s. lution f t ni- ti he unitedt Siate-. The experts :aret rushed up the dock. .. ,, I. .1 1 ,:is, I-u
utes, the bag being instantly moved :lw:avs trvinrg t.. find a new way to "lhey. there," he shouted to thte '"'. I.-' 1.. i.- *
around it n the solution si that all tduutiatt i le a tli l the fi farmers and the captain, "there's a party of tweiy,, 1 .. i i ..I ,. i i- .iii
uir is excluded. radio certainly is a: help to them. coming on board." ti .. 1 i 'i.,III
"After thet seed have soaked faor (30 Though thie moonIII and the signs When the captain heard that li.et, i, iii "r,,-h -T,,.. .;)
minutes, remove the and place illn have nothing to do with a sensible ordered the boat backed up, and .1111n |Nr.l. :::1-1i i ,i *I ii: 0. *.i-t.
running water for 101 minutes, or man's farming the weather does. And got on board. After waiting a ftW ii ,.,i ..t -.ii, .- .. I,.i. .1. i S .
wash in five or six changes of fresh our radio gives us the weather and minutes the captain, becoming iil- --. i .i I -, i, ,.'rli.-il ant
water. Then let dry in the shade and market reports daily. This may en- patient, asked if the party would lbe :,S ::, ,,,, .. ,'. i:, ..in,,-
they are ready to plant. able us to save a hay crop or get much longer. "What party':" asked 1'" ,. i, i *s i-
"Black-leg. another serious disease better price for our 'farmn products. Ji n1. '\i.-l", .. i., -. ,. .,-. -.
of cable cannot be controlled as We donii't have tio set our clock by "Why that party of twenty you -
Vi Ua bnlak-rs.ty by i tetm tgut. he Arlinitori it*fUICU "_l,*ut." t l-i'.T'i'A-,i:
as the germs are carried within the 1timl is nt out fro Wshinon "Oh, I'm that party. I'm twenty I 1 t ol'ii3.i a.\'I i.i1o: ii ill.I lit in\
i. <.' 1{ lans l il el : l l 1 i ioniplaiiii In
seed as well as on their outside. How- d -aily today. It's my birthday." a:,. a-,\- -latill .. ;i ;i.:n t ,l
ever. such treatment as given abo\e Too many At us look on farm work ',
i ii,' i 'l" l lus t' i i ,,'i1 i, lll'tr:'i-t re-
helps materially ill reducing thie los as a drudgery. It is not easy work This Way Out, Please .ll ion' l it. lii.i..- i,'-..s.iri-
frItomi infected seed. -" li* trel, iut the more we come "When I proposed to Janet I i"' ,'"""li i'' '"i- i t-ti
11 .I ll i il ill\ r: g h ,t
.W .. tl Ills- dII ...Iv reful,.rl t ,u licontactwith the outside world laughed at me." ;I.ll-1 1 I h,-I 1,, 1, :, i I,,r :,n ,,r


T V"11 I L[I, -t*t-l '. lM llk I I t I I %
a Ilso the plants in the fieldhi for
appearance' e tof diseased Iplant:-.
whii uch occur they should beIt
In\'ilat :! police and dtIetroyevtl.


illi
ril


:ai'l t h 'imutielw are ideally paisiSillftit
;ald-IIl luld lit Ila lidlIt'll .WithlCi ear
hetable-ts call ivIn purcaedi'-'at ztit
dru,~ The lii.' i 'itlii!ShilLuld to
l~idt.it t %itivii colitahtlers, :as it c(I


IO N I1IN 'OM
Next li,.,r to 'hlt
Sing's l.aundri
NEW ORIENTAL
Dishes, Vases, Flowe
rrs, Fans of All Ki
Teas and Other
MODERATE
PRICES
Come and See For
i ,iIIHII l lIIfII Il iigflllIIII I ll illlIl l



L. GRUNWA
Optometrist and
Optician
All litefers Ofe V0la00
ral) 'orreet






WHE



HL


Wa

"It's the Next EB


IPANY

rN-


O and llie more of lthe luxuries of life' "She's a silly child. Slit augh>
it that it igo issille for itus to have on at the most stupid things."
Oih* f.ornt. the more farm Ipeople are
'-itil t ,o l ';iali/.e that iin their work,
I hit' i li, ill. :amid their life they are I% 'I n E ei t i' Tr 'lilt 'o. l'i Itr-
JS DIl lAI, I"t111- IT I I." ill lll .
is l.It t :iitld nollet as ;anlly "body ; l l I.li IN 'l.ii .-
U: .l '. 1i lIA %( t1" .
e. Th'ie \\:>ter sy tents. ligltinl- plants, 'N tg.i.: l A. IIA Rlgi):.- iV :;11l radiu -t.i in our co iitry h tomes u'ti .hl. N Ill('t All.1iRP N .\ nA t i
S, .lit. : t A O.\AVI- 11i.\ {|l H "i
' Itmake th llii :itn ll idl il plait'e ill which xd .ulit-lrs a;iutl is Triutlt-e ..r ti .
r- toi rea:r voii ni .eo iilue. 'e artre clos- 'il l l T' t-:aill.-il itf .|I |lN ; 'It -
IA" l N IHARl.\ i- i': ;ilso, kio
er to 1li:i til a ln id o l oit inll l t' opeun .lihli i{ la| rlhe .i l-ilt- ,,f th. *' \ .,i
this Wax. a id ift thi.e uliilir.y t" an be e rl-'-rliiiiaili., I 'oiilty .'1 N ;-.i |I" .,.
rl-itov'i l o ati 'I\ 4.-it ii.. t hlent thie i'miiiolsiiin:ii ts.
v alid \ .1d .. ,f li the.
o,.,' ,: I. 1l "\i V ll -('y PI.NN"VST.1m NT 'OM11'A\NY. ,
iti'l ,rganized and exi,1llt2 ind*1,1
l d leflne Statir oI Flu l:o
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IT L)IV1; ; OUT WORMS


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The 111 n otf worms in hil- l -:i" "t.' s-. I .' l
r Contain- drl-ni i I, I lack if interest in -
nds. Silks. play. r,. tl, variable appetite, :;r, stai,. II..iM lo ] t .F ,
Goods pict kii' t e.. a l atiddein start-| AN.\l If v.:ST.M:T..T iMil'.\: ,
In I, ,, \ h,. the., symptonms ', ,.l re rev r e,. i ol .lt ti
i ;lpuI r it it'- to give W white's io t Hu ill oif t'Ciil ini lt ileid ...
--- '"t .. ..~ \ i I ri i -llj! \ i Ih Il lt lt- 1 \< su ,1 11,[ ,
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ti -r l. th tir ot:l ol F ti ri st r i -1 :
Yourself! d \li i a1 il i and puts the lit- ith" silii"- l .'-iig lhi- First M.ion: -i
t ol. t itl i. i i i ssul us.id t nih lltih >- f O rat' l-,I ;-i li t,- ol t ,'
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%ki\M ||(, ( I, 11i \' riil'lir .as a re- Thle "NASSAC .,\." .NT"Y l.l'\ ,, ;
.i ,. I I I .I i .' ~" I ,'" '1 l, desiol lat d a- i e ls'o \\ o,-
I Dl .S "r,,, 1t o < 1,il a d Ctlonner's '''i .s- shal b,.pani ;,- i.rk ,i.
Ilri :' ft,.(<. I.; ('..uri aliil ttie st-al ,,t said ,, .
M aster i l t''mur l iiils f oaitl 'iil\ i ,'
-I s;tll. ill the ti 'it tol o l't nuHliir;a. I...-,,,
I" I,,' t., Ii ', ont'ie knew tho4i 1st ] lt 4 v if S-ept-fl.rliIer. A Ii "
,l 'l abu, a: lit- l trS.-;:t) a: "'lt-'t.S-s
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led .' l it m eight .'..Ult t. Fl"lin at
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in.. Sol itor for Cot ipla.tiliant ,
S% THE COURT OF' THE V Il I
Jl UGt. NASSAU Clo NTrW. i l.in..
jll%.-IN PROBATE.
Ji 1t.e. Estate ot
JOHN IICi'HARIISON. De..'.iased
N OU ARE FINAL NoTC
,N Y O U A E Nt TITK' IS IHEREItY ;IV.'i t|..t
Sthie undersigned will tin the !*!h ,x:
u It rnisrutlmle CI nUtviy Judge t4f ". *I au
C unty. Florida. her final retut :. a,-
,.ount anrd vou'-hers as Adminis-'rattr;x
GR if the eEstate of John Ri'elards ;. ,-
Soeasted. and at the said time tl.-!i at;li
there make application tto th." said
.. Y THE. Judge fr a final settlen-nt f hr
1 .. administration of said estate, altvi f,.r
ani order discharging it as such AdiLml,-
Sistratrlx.
Dated this the 25th day of Aurust.
4A. D. RIA McDON ELI.
f lS* JAdmninatratrix of the Estate ,f J,,|,n
e S h o p ichardson, deceased. 8-26 to -

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
WANTS INFORMATION

Householders who have furnished
rooms or apartments for light house-
keeping for rent are requested to
write the Chamnber of Commnerce,
giving full information.
Applicants for light-housekeeping
accomltodatiotn are expected to ill-
crease and the e-.cretary can not in-
telligently direct jerolns o nlmIaking in
quiry unilles full i nif t tiit n i,. fur-
rnished.

FOR WORKING PEOPLE

The best of workers get out of
sorts when the' li\ r fails to act. They
feel languid, half-sick. "blue" and
discouraged and think they are get-
ting lazy. Neglect of these symp-
toms night result in a sick spell.
therefore thet -ntsible course is toi
take a: dose or t\\, otf llerbine. It i.


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the system and restore the vinm and SEND YOUR Cl ('OTHii:ES io ii
ambition of health. Price 60c. Soldi DRY ('LEANEDl & i'lE 1'1:S I
by Horsey's Drug Store. Fernandina., -()


and (Conner's Drug Store. (:Callah:in.


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Brand ROGERS & JONESj

B 944A~p 611 Main St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
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Case Hardened

FLYWHEEL

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Insurance


Be-ides serving Hot Waffles at :v i....r ,f .. : eight,
we serve the best of Regular Meal- and :L,rt r:., very
reasonable prices.


WF. RIlo PEOPLE FOR $7.00 PER WEEK


An re Estate of I. In' \-r.!; I!r ,.. i.tt, ,,
!; \' u.Gu\rnl. deceated.t ail i *r'l ,.r- l ., ..i- t
iTo all Creditors. Legaters. L)iLtr,:.uit,,s aid l ,,.n.,-,-.- ,..> ]:tg ';:iiii tr LDe-
and all Persons having claims. ,,r d,- ,t..rtd. acanuut -.td tu-lte:
mands against said estate: ,.. a ., I; ,, .,,u. are hereby
You. and each of you. are her,-ty N,-ttid aiid r.t L.ir-ed tou ireent ahry
tified to present any 'laiiis andj d,.- a, ;. :. ;s ar ,, i ;,i..t..ls whis h ,,u. or
inands which you. or either or t,, mao ,ay tn r f i. n..ct L.c against tho
have against the estate of G V, ;..:,. tH -lter ,,f \,iilit!. W. r.!aw. deccaas d. I
deceased., late of Nassau t uunt!.. Flnr- i, ,,f N.iS-::iu t',,ui.;. iFrld to tht.
ida. to the Honorable Lounty Ju-ht- in lit..r.itrale t'-.u,tv J id.-e n arid for
and for Nassau County. -'Florida. tit il \Na^,- c.uni Uit F' r;:... at his office
office in the Nassau County court t i, thl Na-.au Cu,.,t" ., t.urt huuse. In
Huuse. in the City of Fernand:na. Fl,,r- t,,,- t.ty ,f Ferri.andit.a. Fl,,rida. within
ida. within one )ear from date .,rf tie, e rar fr,, .. d.te f tt.- fir.t publlta-
i....ti m.hlilil-aion here.of. i ..


W. S. WHITNEY


Offi.:e First Floor Waas Buil~ding


Opposite Post Office


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A September Nightmare Albrt T. Re.d
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CITIZENSHIP AND PATRIOTISM
NA U ULTYe It is sometimes complained that
NOSAlU UU NTUl LE R patriotic feeling is not as well de-
veloped as it used to be. Whether
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY or not this is so, there has been at
-AT- least a great development in corn-
No. 20 North Second Street munity feeling. People have come
FERNANDINA FLORIDA to realize that one way to develop a
good country is for them all to take
CRICKET PREWITT, Editor hold in their home cities and towns.
and make them fine places to live in.
iteredK at the 1Postoffle at When this is done. we are sure tot
F.-rna.lin.a. Floridl a. .s...,.,i-1 have la wonderful coulnitry.
,.las. Mail Matter. Years ago, the people used to
-- --- | gather frequently and hear patriotic
ADVERTISING RAT ES FIt'I- speeches, exemplifying the glory of
NISIll:,I ON APPLICATION American principles. l'erhaps we di.
---- -- not hear as much of that kind of talk
Local and Long Distance now. But it often happens that these
Phone, 40 people who talked so volubly about
patriotism, were yet maintaining
sruBS ITI4o'N ILTES: conditions in their home towns that
were very undesirable. They locked
m Year ... good schools, good roads, parks and
single Ci.py 5- playgrounds, sanitary development.
STKi-t'TLY IN ATVANe'': and all the things necessary for ad-
vanced modern lif..
But if we give people these advan-
tages, they will be enthusiastic about
O(ne thing this country needs is a country where living has advanced
ss fo'x trotting and more baby trot- to this high standard and where such
ig at home. good opportunities are given. Thus
affection for their country is de-
It is claimed this country needs veloped.


IEW FALL



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more he m-en, but there are plenty of
he-girls.
The folks who claim to be the back-
bone of Ihe country, are frequently
only thle li'adbone.
Loyalty to our government will
last as long as it has such a large
number of offices to distribute.
Collecting autographs has been a
great fad, and many of us would like
to get some good substantial ones
indorsingt our checks
Not everyone has been able to at-
tend the circus this summer, but the
next session of congress will soon be-
rin and furnish a substitute.
The girls are getting ready to
make their debut, which in many
cases calls for considerable debutting
in.

Motorists who contemplate steal-
ing fruit along the roadsides should
note the int. y large dogs with sharp
teeth being kept along these routes.
Fact that ai boy is too tired to at-
tend Sunday school, does not prove
he can't play football with his school
team.
'lThe automobile speeder would not
probably oppose a movement to have
their license numbers made smaller
amil lhe--, easy to read.
Tin. boys !do not necessarily have
-10 mashah up their fathers' automo-
thiles in order to show their ability to
rivet fast.


The hitoe folk. do not seem to be
greatly reassured. even though the
boys display great skill in driving
auttomobiles with one hand.
Some folks say too much money is
spent on chewing guin, but when peo-
ple are masticating the same, they
are not taking up our time by futile
talk.


Our schools and colleges are turn-
ing out a great number of business
managers., superintendents, etc., but
there is :I shortage. of people who will
d0, til re:il work.
Pre-identlt ('ldge has been shown
in all kinds of poses by the photo-
pr:phetrs thlis summer, but none of
tihe t sele.ll to have caught him with
til llloUth opell.
Automobile drivers object to ad-
lc. from the back seat, but if some
-'| thenIi followed that advice they
wtouldi le. I-s likely to pay hospital

The people who oppose foreign
Imission- because they do not want to
-end liii'uiey out of the country, can
still conttribute to the Mississippi val-


In one respect, however, our citi-
zenship is falling behind. The in-
creasing reluctance of the people to
vote at primaries and elections shows.
lack of patriotism, lack of citizenship. I -B
and lack of ordinary colimmon seltns.'.
Our fathers were slow about develop- "
ing community advantages, but at
least they were wise enough to take --
an interest in running their govern-
ment.
The money motive helps us develop
good towns, because we realize that
we shall suffer in our jobs and our
business unless we keep our cont- __ o s. .--
munities up to the standard. We
should also learn that we shall sufferI
financially, if we do not have good'
government in the nation, the state, Ithat case ntio idout t\e l.,h1il ht e to i11ll. ARD DEFI
and our municipalities. di soiniethin aluit it. IIlAN ON "
S lBut \ho'll< 4 ,1t i:tiin ;+,t1" r4 ;*4 l v
CHILDREN AWAY FROM HOME for war. thie rest i4fi lit. lntti.>n- v.I-t l ..:Ih:mlt ,lt
ready also, ili thiev h e,-.et't o' :in- I,.',,, ..' -'I'l .1 i
It is an interesting thing about tagonlitic ;tail su>-piciois thaat \\;ar i. ,:. fit r ..... II
now to stand in some railroad station more likely to birea.k oiut. S lithe lit:- ,,,, ,, -, : ;.
in a big city, and see the groups of tions that :lar t. ii\Xioll ti o lihii il :tii :1 |\1t 1 1iintl
boys and girl campers come in from armed force T p,,\i.rltl tlihat ino ,.it si .it'iiil .iiil
the woodland and river scenes where will attack tllt.n., are \etry lik.l i t,, ,l y ,e | i.l.
they have been sojourning for weeks Induce tlle nations to t'inim- n':;lill ; ti. :IlYV hi
or months. The children come back them. as they did aga;in-t M(erniill.\ i lTi itin" hl
brown as berries, full of enthusiasm, the late terrible conflict, tlit:i 1,,,. <\
and they seem to have grown and hnl. IIi.l\-v I
developed, physically and mentally. WHAT KIND OF STUDIES? c.nte t. several
At home it was a big problem to -',,.t(int. The uii|
handle these children through a sum- Many parents, alis the fall term of :,,l t,.l a g,,.,I. I
mer vacation, but under the fine in- school cones ionl. have hal to decide .:,. pi, ,ir. [Tlhe I
fluence of camp discipline and in- the question what kind of courses .Lthl niia,.ad t \v,
struction, they learn regular habits, their children shall take' in their :,!, f1,,ir H1illiardI
and are probably more orderly than high schools and colleges. Shall they,in ,-enter field.
if they had stayed at home. go in for what -tr.- ...i l. t, .-is.icol I,, thir.s .1t1 .n,,
Nevertheless, the parents who ean Istudies, or those that fit for connier- 'Callahan of runs
not afford to send their children to cial life, r thliis t, : IIht lead d irct', cl.,, keed up igat, iin
such camps need not feel that their some fortnl olf oik tlone ih thi liar'd i,< l i..'t mik
future is spoiled. And perhaps someni hands? \wau t lel :t. It,.
families send their children away for There is :: tIiolte'Vy f'r iiiny | 11111 ,, 'i
too long periods to schools and pils to take the l:i-ssit;il cIoir.>. 1..
camps. There is something in the cause they ,ri- their pIarevnt tlii'.i BAII.EY R
home influence that can not be re- that i IIIore :>ri.tu.'Ir:rlie eleinl-hi .'
produced anywhere else. young peoptllih. ch e thi: litI, -, I. W. l:tile\ I
If children are sent away from study. Ii- ,I Qi,
home too much, they gain an inde- It is ;rguel th tl th. hihir.n trl,.!i 11..: :, 1 ,
pendence which is not wholly desir- the w\v'althliir If'.i: ilie.-s alll, tli,- \\ai, l \ .


able. They become tremendously
self reliant, and often do not feel any
strong attachment #o the home ties.
They may not care much whether
they see their parents frequently or
not. Their ideas and principles may
be largely formed liy the boys andl
girls of their own age,. and they may
look upon their |:tnents :as b:ckk
numbllers atid tcinli tely break loose


are going to cilltege talke the' l;>-. ,.,.-
,cal courses. andl parelll., thaIt \\,t
their childretll i ;t-,,ciattv with chili
retn of that tylpe, \\ill puit then into,
those courses. whether -or not thtl-y
have any fitness for them. A :a rie
stilt mani:y children get' started in
lines of i li ll:paratilln lh tt \\ill Int In,
uts.-'ftl to thI in.
; It .'I lll et ii t t t t n' l'


from thtir poiilr t 'o f tew, ; ,lliooks. lbut are ,,II tI- l. r- ti-.ll ii
Boys and girls te-d toi go away business i,,l0b o .r tllkin 'Alth lt I ii
from home to a certain extent, so as hands, the\ out.it hoIt I.to l-elid tlnm
to be thrown on their own resources. ilal ;ltcit',l lanltt.ti'e It I: l.ulltu'ti
But if they go taw\;v: -,, young oll so if Ithe\ I -ttlit01 :-It' 1 1ini. li 1l111i, '11
..... tn .it tnt 141'it' zi n .u ,-ttlt'


inucI ti hat the lioIllno. means but little
to them. and they 1-c.t'nit- estranged
from it. ideals arti t'ase to be illn-
flueniced by its nit i. It is a case eof
overdoing a good tti g. Self reli-
alnce is a fillne th::.'. hut it can Ibe
carried s,, far lht;i .1 young person
will nIt take adit, :and wholly di-
regard the coulli'l i hi- elder .

NATIONAL FEARS


l-vy fith.d sutfferers. A coniisideraldlet i nmer of the
SnAmerican pet-ople ->,. to be cherish-
Someill people couldn't pay their ing cll-iderablie t., that some po\\-
l.il- in July because they were just er i, going to :,, 'k the United
p,114 t oIn vacation, and they can t States. hence tha~' is necessary teo
t'. thleil now because they have just build u s.tch pt,. !al nillitary antd
rl.trned. naval foit-ees that ite of these na-
It is claimed there is no satisfac- tions will dare tdo -l h 'a thing. AIso,
. rv art in this country, which is it is hoped that ,'-- :r making aloil-
-ralnge. considering all the time the ity will lie loke,: :s s o doiminnt
,tys have put in carving their initials ing, that lt'se '' *-> will be dispoe-
,', scliool d .esks, points of interest. ed teo avold effet i .- i us in any way.
Up to a cert:i;, p.,nit fear is ani
etc __. essential element ,l ht- protection oft
The American people say they are individuals :tm.li .,,fs. but it cani
willing to fight to preserve their Ieasily lite o\er, ', When so, it
rights, but you have to get out the'makes the evil t ..,,I mieire likely to,
automobiles and carry many of them happen.
toi the polls to induce them to vote The man whi n,,nstantly worry-
for those rights,. ing about his he'.i'. lowers his vital
tone, so that he i- :,,re likely to fall
THE COST OF DISHONESTY a victim to the il !. .e dreads. Simi-
larly the nation I.:t builds up a


An official tf a prominent surety
company recently said that out of the
American people's total income of
s7,7000,.000.t000l, about $15,000,000.-
t0w. is taken annually by various
f ..,-n, (of ,.crookednessL.a in which he in-


powerful militar- f.,rce excites so
much jealousy ia!., .upl)icion that the
rest of the nati,, :,re more likely to,
quarrel with it. : manyrmay had not
been so anxii... tuild up alln e-
tren lyv ti twe-r .m.. .....m ,, di


orm mllll.. .l O*JK-v *fl ltl.W. I 11 I le ll -L -** ..... i --, ...... .1 Jrmy an IU navy tl
eluded stealing, forgery, and also ithe years prev- .- Ito, 114. it would
misrepresentation. Probably the last never have g:- '. nmto, war.
named method accounts for the In our safe -ition between two
greater part of this vast loss. It is great oceans. i-wer is going to,
the hardest to detect. !send an army !,:tvy over to attack
We could all get our wages advanc- us. But thert- ,,f course a possible
a...I F. .. n it ..n* if *... aa.r+ Inv saifr..4rl.. th.t .. -.-. ; ....


llm oder llll'll-l;''r ,r" Ai l.l 1,.l lir
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curatev. atd tI rust d.,l'1i lii t k iat
figures. ;blel. t \ 'ritl \\ ll u.\in .,* i
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I rs t .. lldt fI tfl hie' Ill 1 l- l> ',i, .t< -|.ll. '
. orklnen te t b:thl'l>- ot" "idsa:nll>'0'nllrli 11,
such lines if th' y hl:\ I ti thriii t'<,


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To 11U. :I!. O
SECOND Lv.K IV LOAN
44'PER LCENT WED:~S
EXCHANGE OFFERIN'f; OF NFW
TREASURY Nv`ILE

iibrt ?I .a4 .ht 1 ..I..:Sri
States I. -I'f -
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the tint@ A dr*:%Pr 11 no .a
Ceftt b.-ajmT~1m ~-al a. 1L. .'t. \ ,-t e
t'W.7. I,,. U.. iPr#'-,.4ili -,*r C [Mw n *,- I-,.&.M
Hu&.iet 4it%FeuIiLOI ,!'.'rt.T ..6.I ( *, -%r,
4.4lperil et!bufljsawh.. r.t aCl'z-g
thw ew u ue. s*k,iuld arrai.ge a -rI :.-~an.
for amob exzrraaer at the t'ar'lovt j_.-. s'p
am this a rr -il; rerinst,.1e-n .,..tv ,'
perbW alter Ne.t..u~qiwf I .th
Yu'U.cr ibfut'Viauhus any be *.bz.uzi': !r,
LA**ka t lust ciu aueq. or ffr. .amw


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EATS CALLA-
TUESDAY, 15


to 3
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Nv\\(-li : Hliep iard

it- did SlTe();r'l.
41r pl i n-sel f tr l nell.
lh'|:rl w:ilke'l ,one
II tlll feat tired tie'
1\.,-l:ise, limits being
I|'lt ;i-ciole-ed Shelp-
t' t hat 0i\tIi Ryals
"ihlt fi,..er 'rfor Cal-
'illecat chet did .iine t'fine work
liit;king two throws
t,- th,. l |l C.tt t, b I
SMany errors were-
1 a.tllalhani tthe llil-
II I. -. k. TI'lh g alle; 1
.* i-t.l tle' seve'n'lt
r t .**f d rkn --.-.

F. APPOINTED
:t r' 'i\et'l hlis co'itm-
i ari,, rI', .Inl \V.
nl ,r ,'-f th1 Flohrital
,*I11 li' ionll. havillng
. Mtr. H:ailey has


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Are You ReafiNy
Well.?
I-or cxpod I f.'tahdt T:ci \t- MustB

D 0Ovolu fiz"(d V)I1r'* a 'run-
I I I 1 14 n V.I ,.) :t I
you ;tiff :n1,1 cn* t to

Are kidthu y '4::i 'sr''aly
zma~d burnM4 ila ~Know
then tivit ti c-'t.' 'o taiivn3
of ilmllrol icr I..t:.(yaayction.
Sluggish kilt.' ', v*' cid
and(1 1kJ) 'vttt& N .1-4 4k 'V .t i.If
yojUr i'.1 : '1:
Pills. Moit.tLii ,. )0'() lt v r;
Ihdvc puldi, !vtH)l.tti
LDozn.s. As A vtjr~ a' ~tn
DOAN'SPILLS
DOAN'S60C
Stimulant D~iuretic to the Kidner)s


A NewAmeritcai Cay ai

For All-Am erica
No need ofwasting a lot of words. Noi nce.d tak.
ing a lot of time. Your eyet aliie % ill tll 11 it..,
the new Aimerican car fur all- m frica.
*
Length, grace and loI iness in the nt-w II: tions by Fisher. A fathionalhle air of litne--
an environment of luxury and richni--. li.ltin.-
tion on the boulevard. Mautt-rv on tin- rinadl.

More than smni.thnessf, more than -nap. more
thanuample poimerfor thebtletpe-4t Americain hill.,
and the rouglihe-t Aerican rtoadj. "l lerhle i-ueiii.,
-there lie goes. And *thereie t- go' in onm.tort."

No inagie, of course-and not uil rinel <..iii;nter-
ing innovations. Just a big brute otf ain e,-in Im t l ,:1t
laughs at hard work. A lon-gr. tro And unonths of testing at tile (icunral Motor-
Proving Ground.
*
Come in and talk to us. Then iou'ti knoi% li h
all America is saying, "That'- the c .r:"


NEW
2-1M)OR SEDAN

'1045


LOWER 1'RICiS
S 'Landau-1-I3 1:' $1 -'111
Coupse,
sport., 117. C i.r,.t. 1113
ioa d*te r .
Lantdu eele '1265


]'he Nsewand i Fner Pontiac S- 4- r.- '~ ''~~. ~ i.
DoeVe-v.. Dueto 970. 4ff pricesof II arurv.. t-,r
inejdei m nM imnhas ,char ges. I"", g~a.ug'.
rho ust.b...al Ljeim'i.= ZMotrs Iamw P.. fel*C1f tPL'je.


DAVENPORT- BROOKS CORPORATION
FERNANDINA. FLA.


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Fiday, September 16. t927


MARRAH couNTY LEADER. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA


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You are in-
vited to call
and see them.
Always new
at The Partin
Shoe Co.




$1.25



R'olliu's

pure silk, full
fashioned




HOSE

reduced for
special sale


Men's



Overalls
and


Work Pants
extra
special prices


35c School


5OX

tor the chil-
dren Regu-
lar values 50c
-Big selec-

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35c

3 pair, $1.00












Friday, September 16, 1927 NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA. FLORIDA Page Fve
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S'MATTER POP


NO LAW AG'IN IT!


by C. M. Payne


1 here is oneu form of promotion,
hiwi, r w I...... .. I 1h hl


--u v -ir, -niI .n-,cos.ts U .|practically I
The home demonstration club nothing, and it is extremely effec-
women are practicing thrift in Flor- tive.. And that is the work that is a
ida-since the big boom. If the help accomplished by the proprietors and *
of the children is enlisted it can be employes of retail stores, in meeting
made a valuable lesson. people who come into a town from I
Make thrift mean choice, not nig- near by and distant towns to trade. ,
gardliness, getting what one wants Instances can be found in almost ,
most, not going without. Every child any city, of retail salesmen who have
loves an attractive home and its un- built up large followings in the out-
conscious influence has a great ef- lying towns, by their personal inter-
feet on his character. est and cordiality and effective ser-
Have a family council, and let all vice. In many towns these salesmen
members save something with which were working for firms that lacked
to get some article, that will make enterprise, some of the stores in
for a more beautiful and comfortable which they worked did not look
home. modern or attractive.
Make out a budget and talk it over But somehow the impression would
with the family. Let them see what get around in those outlying town:-,
is each one's fair share of the in- that such a store had a very active. '
come. Each one should contribute warm hearted, friendly, and intelli-
to household efficiency by sharing gent salesman who enjoyed serving
the labor and responsibility of the the people and who would take more
home. Decide together how much than ordinary pains. People would '
shall be saved and how it can be flock into the stores where those
saved. Set aa ideal of what you want salesmen work, and wait around un-
your home to look like and to be, and til they were at liberty. Such a
enlist the cooperation of each mem- clerk, whether man or woman, is a
ber of the family. wonderful asset to a store or a town.
During the war children were It draws trade and it keeps it.
taught thrift, to save money to buy If all the young people who go to3
war saving stamps. Show them how work in our retail stores would adopt
pennies grow. Help the children to that manner, throw themselves into
decide what is a fair proposition to their job with enthusiasm, remember
save, to give, to spend. If children the names of the people they serve,
are to spend wisely, they must have welcome them, work hard to please
something to spend. Teach them to them, there would be an increase in
earn something. They learn this in business. Many of our store workers!
their club work. Set aside, so much have that spirit already, but it calls
for the common fund which goes to for some qualities that are ordinarily
improving the home. exceptional, yet anyone can cultivate
Children should learn that care of them.
the clothing means not only saving
time and labor but saving money. WORDS OF COMMENDATION
The *SMne-fWsa t6 TepliacC Vie toah Pon -an. w. W BRADLEY
sweeter, the dress torn beyond re-
pair, might have been put into a nice The unsolicited expression of ap-
chair, or a table. preciation appearing below was hand-'
Clothing when taken off should be ed Mrs. Bradley on the eve of her
hung or folded not dropped in the departure for Fernandina. With her
floor, shoes kept polished, hats and permission I am publishing this tes-
coats brushed. Make it easy for timonial with the idea of commend-
boys and girls to take care of their ing her and her talents to the people
clothing, by providing for work and of our community.
play that is durable and allows free- Mrs. Bradley will have charge of
dom, made of material that will not public school music, piano instruc-
be torn or easily soil; by marking tion and expression in the Fernan-
caps, overshoes, umbrellas, so that dina public school the ensuing term
they are not so readily lost; by pro- which opened last Monday.
viding a convenient place for keep- Signed-R. W. VAN BRUNT,
ing their garments. Principal.
Teach the girls to mend, and to: Groveland, Fla.. Sept. 3, 1927.
laundry, it has its reflex influence. To All Concerned: |
.I .. : -.. 1 ll 112 1


Clothing will be better cared for,
and will be kept cleaner, and the
choice of material will be considered
for its wearing quality as well as its
non-fade quality.
One Inexpensive Promotion Means
Many of the plans which are offer-
ed for the promotion of cities and
towns call for the investment of a lot
of money. Many of thewn would
mean the replacement of inadequate
business buildings, or extensive re-
paving and improvement of streets,
etc. Such things are needed, and will
gradually come in a progressive com-
munity. But they can not be ac-
complished all at once.


This is to certify that Mrs. W. K.
Bradley is a musician of splendid
ability. Her talent is so varied that!
she can serve iii many different ca-
pacities.
While living in our cminii unity slhe
has served as teacher of mniusic in the
public schools, soloist. pianist, choir
director and whatever else was need-
ed in the line of mu-ic.
In all of these ways M-.r. Bradley
has done splendid work. Your com-
munity is fortunate indeed in being
able to secure the services of such an
efficient and capable woman and you
need not hesitate to use her with the
fullest confidence in any line where,
music is concerned.
One of the splendid piece- of work


Modern

Lighting Brightens The


Home


No single feature adds so much to charm and beauty of
the home as appropriate lighting. not only does it en-
hance the beauty and attractiveness of the most elab-
orate or plainly furnished room, but lends air of warm
hospitality that bespeaks a welcome to all who enter.


Your Old Fixtures Can Be Re-
placed At a Moderate Cost.


ASK US FOR DESIGN AND ESTIMATE


Southern States Power


accomplished by her in our coninun- daughters, Ida 'V1ae and Julia. lDe-
ity was to take the choir of the Hap- lightful refr.slhin nts were served and
tist church when it was about gone'all thl members present thoroughly
and work it into a splendid body of enjjoyed this loveIly meeting.
singers. REPORTER.
The best recommendation w,. can -
give her is to say that we all wi-ht she PUBLIC NOTICE
were going to continue with u, as .
choir director forever. Public rntit- is hereby given that
Sincerely, neither the .M..ster. Owners, Agents
DR. T. E. SMITH. nor Consigiuee' of the British SS.
Pastor Baptist Chunrh. "ROMANBY" will be responsi-
'ble for debts of any character con-
T. E. L. SOCIAL tracted by ant officer or nienmber of
'the crew of said steamer whatsoever
The T. E. L. Class of the Btit their than liy Master. Furthermore,
Sunday school held its monthly .eet-wiwhen such bills are contracted, the
ing at the home of Mrs. Ja A. undersigned agentss will n,,t be re-
Smith on Tuesday evening at eight t 'slIonsibleh f ,r .:lynelntt of same unless
i clock. It was an important m.--ting dbtor.,ti h>.e bills properly approved
for it was time to elect the cl- of- by Maste-r ve-'sl and keet1p in
ficers for the year 192l 7-1928. Mrs. t I uIi th ith Ir his officee as to, vt-sse-l's
John Klarer had been elected tv the departu' re. lienh they% will I. notified
church as teacher for the clas- and tim"e' :t' at hicl their bills must be
the following officers were chosen: prsentredl : tl ouro ft'i iI Iorder to
President, Mrs. John M. Adam.-; first sure. sett- lenient.
vice president, Mrs. Meade Iliggin- BHAlI.Y-I)AVIS ((.. INC.,
botham; second vice prseident. Mrs. Agents.
I .. I I -- L 1 -.: I-


Louis Goldstein; thard vice pre ident,
.11rs. Gertrude Haddock; secretary,
Mis R b liaile treasurer Miss


INSTALL WATER SOFTENER


Pearl Jordan; secretary of horne de- The Southern States Power Co.
apartment, Mrs. Ada Gray; secretary has installed a water softener at its
of Lois department, Mrs. W. M. ice plant which is the means of giving
Brooks; leader of cradle roll, Mrs. the people of Fernandina a better
Clyde Haddock. grade of ice. R. V. Nolan, manager
The project of beautifying the for the company at this place, and
church grounds was discussed and J. P. Johns, superintendent of the ice.
Miss Jordan was appointed chairman light and water plants, are ever on
of this work. the alert to improve the service of
After the business session the class the company, as the installation of
enjoyed a social hour with Mrs. Jas. the new and modern water softener


A. Smith as hostess, assisted by her


s.ho w s.


KILL ANTS IN SEEDBEDS
WITH CYANIDE FUMIGANT
Ants often get into seedbeds and
steal away the seed. Besides this an
noyance they cause more trouble ti
building their nests right in the led.,
among the young plants. For th<-t.
reasons it is advisable to destroy all
ant nests near the seedbeds bt-fore
planting them, according to .1. R.
VWatson, entomologist of the lo'riela
Experiment Station.
To( do this. nothing is better than
a solution made by mixing to,~,-ther
ian ounce of potassium or sodium cy-
anide and a gallon of water. T., ap-
ply, with a stick punch a hole iseut
a foot deep through the main e.n
trance to the ant nest and pour iin :
few tablespoonfuls of the solution.
When it has soaked up. cove-r thue
hole with earth and tramp th ..ir-
face solid. Thie gas given ,!off % ill
penetrate the galleries and kill all
the adults and pupae in the n.e-t.
This treatment should be gkt'en at
night or early in the morning when
most of the ants are at honie. Car-
bon bisulphide may be used in the
same way, but it is more \xpesive
and is highly inflammable.
CARD OF THANKS
II. .I. Younhblloid and fanmly hLave
requested us to extend their thanks
to the Shrine Club. the Royal Arch
Masons and the n-iembe-rs iof lh- local
fire department t for thie beautiful
floral tributes sent them in the d'-ath
of the former's father, iand to als,,


.tender their thanks to, each andl every
one for the many kindnesses extend-
ed during their s:al hour.


ST. PETER'S Clit kH'.11


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Wait


Y OU'LL want to
own the new Ford

because of its speed,

pick-up, comfort,

safety, stamina-and

because it is such a

good-looking car.

There's a bit of the

European touch in

the smart, low, trim

lines of the new Ford


Lasserre Motor Co.

Lincoln- F 0 R D- ordson


FERNANDINA


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I I INA5UCUTYLAE, ENNIA.FOIA rdy epeibnf1,12


About 1/our


Health


rst- V

Buick took vibration out ofthe negile

Now-
it has taken it out of the road


Now Buick for 1928 has come forward
with another great contribution to
motoring comfort. Buick has taken
vibration out of the road by equipping
every Buick with Hydraulic Shock Ab-
sorbers, front and rear-an added lux-
ury that the savings of Buick volume
have supplied.

Let us put a Buick for 1928 at your dis-
posal so you may test this riding com-
fort for yourself.

Sedans 1195to$195 5 $ Coupe. 1195 to $1850
Sport Models$1195 to $1525
AM puue f e. b. FIt. MaI., InI i es ap 4,
TheG.M.A.C. misim. Sdgemutdsr,.mnaMI.


WHLN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD TEEM



B U ICKor1928


MEDLIN BUICK COMPANY


by John Joeph Cains M. D.
Citrus Frcits in Summer


BEES SHOULD HAVE
PLENTY OF STORES
FOR THIS WINTER,

In otier to secure the ma':ilium
streutitlh early n\xt spritil, th-e i>e.
I.,**-el.r hlioul s ee- it 'hat hliis ,l-
nliie h:iV't sit'ffiieiit hinIey oll I. nd
t la-,t through tliew \\wIiltr. It it
rilu- sh,.rt t"f tfoild, the' coltioty will
d\\inlh, aiind it uill t:tk,> lonter t,,
i'uiul up Iltvt-r o.4.
T'l.. l,.tk'.k.vper sht'ildl :d st'e ',,
it Ithat :I>I *,t" titt ,(.Ilo.Iit's iave yotln l"
qtiit-.1i tIlhi- fall. s iys .1. '. (hGoodwin,
ip-,,.,rI of th St. ti Planit Board.
A \ I:ik :iln defailiti q hlit' i'lr-:it'Vd :it niCt'. htlo.- giving thtl-
v ilu lllii .1il1 l 1ll ut f f i ih l nt il t' t o h llilu i h


There is. p: .apsl. nothing more i it ,,. before t.ool weather
refreshing to i tired body an;d .i on. Wl:t y-u do for the col-
brain, and nothiti. more nearly harnl- i''IV, lht ti th will w ie refleted next
less in warn m we;.ther, than tIhe juice .11h wLt'n w il etilt. otu t ,conilence.s
of the orange, hl:non. grape-fruit or n ,
lime--caled cit us fruits because
of their citric acit content. They are
said to bear in:,ortant vitamines. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
which re-vitalize orni nerves wheth- T rr ii
er of the digest c. elimninative, or su :iy school. ti:;5 a. ii. James
absorbent systemst'i A S h. ri t ident. Classes
Citric acid rtad :y combines with for ill :age-.
important mineral salts which we P]'r'.athiing services It 11 a. m. and
derive from our vegetables foods, 8:1( p. nl. every Suntday.
forming citratl.- ,t those materials. Senior B. Y. P. U. at 7:00 p. m.
Thus we obtain It r 'e of Iron. of cal- Miss Marguerite Sauls, president.
cium. sodium. :mi i otill in easily Intenriediate and Junior B. Y. P.
adaptable form fl.o he needs of thelt' at 7:001) p. In. Mrs. Meade Hliggin-
body. People \\h Iiihav' "acidosis" ht h:inn. l'atlr.
need hardly fe.* r ," 1o .- fruiits,. >:i. r:lit..rs ::tl visitors in tour town
their acid l Ioe.s it h i tiY litV ah st .I r. i l l\aVs welvoilite t(o our services.
soonUI as swaltho' e'. ..
The fisher ,t' the ,.itr.'u fruit. \\, IIi h.. want to ciionserve their
should not be taken i: *o the >t.iiiaacth wii'ir I.ore oft fe-d, they get rid of
by persons having col -i>. ec:,ust the thin ,tri's. Te farniter should get
fiber is an itndiestie'. touihi. f.or- rid f i' the drolnes in liis dairy herd
ign substance ;:tlis i".i doe- s nl t pi e :ll it ihli,. plriiltry flock and save feed.
vent the juices ir',ii living highly
beneficial in sl ucth i 'ia.es. ('it ri-.
fruits are invaluable it n cold.,. ft'\ er,
congestion, ililai t.;ito s. I. o t i \' i'l ; I.; I :I:I:::Y I l\'l:\N. I tihe
I r -:i I. 1, l HI\N'T'I N .1 tA KER. as
with low mineral v.i,'.l-tit miay not L>,... .-i. i li.ihiii-> \. th:it under
take up all tht acid. li ,vnt of which '",i i I" i it *,i i ,'*'ta:n <..it'"r'e of
S >il a i l- ;inil i'itl'reld 1l the
disagreement may lit it.iced. ( O r- i. ,, '**.. i f th, I'-iirth J hlit ial
rect by taking less o I itlrous fruits "' sth s t ,fF-'liorida. in and


Children Cry for Fletcher's







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

What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
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.

GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
A Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
T4 L CINTAUft COMPANY, NEW VYOK CITY.


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA N..
or by taking more miniieir il. i :
1 1l ila 1' *11]
| have a \\ iiiii i pit .til loW. Il'- ,,
covering fromi :I manl i ,lperatiot; 'll;
she takes the .uic. ,ti f .ti t'oriligesi, I .
-- --- daily, along with a mineraiiitl 'Iater '...i,
of five ingredit'nts: he'lr iiq ,%vemniIt \Il- +'. '
RETURNING FROM VACATION THE OLD HOME BURG is amazing; tis ls .hl ,11-- thi sI if
she took ilnsuffici-lent minerait il to coli- ,,
Many fI'lks come back from their If people have the right attitude, I pletely onihine th. vitric ,, ,
vacations \\ith a feeling of distaste. the old home town looks awfully good ,. it. '
They take up the old harness again to them when they turn up there Th' right a', is i.lut nre-essa'ily i' ,,. '
with reluctance. again after a vacation period. It the most complicated way; ,iftenI the ,.
When people have that feeling, may not have the fine buildings of correct way is simplest. if we foc us
something is wrong in their attitude greater cities, or be surrounded with 1our observation in the right direction. ,i I,,.-
toward work. They would not feel wonderful scenery they have seen. Next Week: Dysentery. ,.
so. if they had any special plan for But it has what is far better, the I, -%l
improvement and advancement. If friendly faces of the home folks, who i, TN 4.F l('llI1. r i'r t1. v 1111 1N\\>
they are looking forward to any bet- are glad to see you back. JIt'HUs'AI. I' ler future, they should find satisfac- The friendly intercourse with the ;^ I% 4 I %IaIi 4411 %E I- I
tion with their work as they go along, people of one's home town and neigh- t I .. ''i.
\.ith the feeling that they are doing borhood is something worth more ni',,nllt:,lrii, s;"i',
it better and better, and putting than the luxuries and novelties of RIl t'V.. K A:. i.
themselves in a position for greater travel. Most people get more happi- Ih. fI:.1.! f,. All .f Ii
results and rewards. ness out of the jolly meetings with- ,,i."t l i" I. i* I' 1 i:.l'- S-''i
Take the case of a clerk in a store. their every day associates than they I' N 'N If such a one looks at his job asican out of seeing the finest sigh Ktst)18 .ll\I, I;\ I ,,, .. i: l"
.,ii,'thing to lie got through with as and wonders. We do not adequately, i.,,
quickly as possible, his getting back value the chance to live among the ,lth i ;nite,- Ii.,I ,,,i'i,,,.,- i I,'1 ;, -t. I' "' '
to work naturally seems dull and tire- friendly folks of our home towns. 'an nit l',i,, i n ii,,. n, .. i. ','i,, .'',. f i1t
oelie. His employer also may find it I t l,-, 1- 11 1-i' t ",i IT ,,[ ...1 i '" ,
tirtesomeni to have such an uninterested NOTHING LIKE IT ON EARTH Is:iIi milh ,i .1i,, ,1 ,. i:i., N,1 ,i
lielper. But if he is seeking each; -- liT:h,. *,, '.week too learn new things about his The new treatment for torn flesh, he'rlie.i.\ ,..,.-i ., i. i,,., ,, :,n-i \
trade antl fit himself for promotion, cuts, wounds, sores or lacerations'whi''i thli ,,' ',.,' i 1,. I ,,i,1, ',,I I' 1
tliien lie takes up his job with renew- that is doing such wonderful work in week). ,'" i-
4edl 'est. flesh healing is the Borozone liquid
and powder combination treatment. 'tii,.- ',Ifur II..i. ,1 i 'il ,.i i .
Ants prepare ahead of time for The liquid Borozone is a powerful I-."t 'Illvt. -,I,.'i-I,,,1,.1:1, I.',,.,, I '.'
wliter. However, ants don't work for antiseptic that purifies the wound of t.,.:1at ,,ii '-.1 i ,',t i i
all so nd infectious germs,
uI:3n alnl have no right to expect man all poisons and infectious germs.I i ... i .:
ti. prepare for them. Cows work for while the Borozone powder is the .('o.ntts. FI,',,;. ;1. .,
llma aril have a right to expect him great healer. There is nothing like .,t1'. i., rl. I.ii I
i., fiirnislh good feed for them during it on earth for speed, safety and effi-- ;,I ;
thir .i mter. loverr crops help. ciency. Price (liquid) 30c, 60c and ~U'N'te: Am. 81 'a''lil I'lt1- *' ...- .
1$1.20. Powder 30c and 60c. Sold t : i ,, ,,i
lyv Horsey's Drug Store, Fernandina,I N..i.t i-. i.t-i i, n .%, 'I, i ,,
lHow about that subscription to the and t'oiiner's Drug Store, Callahan. l'. i, i ',I' ,i,, h.,il, r, ,it
Chamber of Commerce? i i .1 i-,. -'I 1. 't
-MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH f'.li c ,i ,-i.,,,.,lii' i11.4 1,.'t,' 11,i i

AC" ; -'KRev. J. E. W oodward, pastor. l i l.''-,iii i j ] 'pI ''''1t1''] I I '.I ,ll
ySuiltnlay school, 9:45 a. m. Mr.' Il.hri i:, .i,\t
1ii~ ~ St~~D .A. i'artin, superintendent; Mr. E. ,,, I, I.i '.i,, .
X W. Bailty, teacher Men's Bible Class. eeiel.I, fit 'is5'i': "ft. i, i t;, I Ni .i
Parents are urged to attend and taiu, i :.- t ,:., i. ,,,,i i
,bring the children to Sunday schoolt .. eii .'k ::i :" I1: T, :,
Pre:ac-hing services at 11 a. m. and eia '1n, i 4 .:.';-t ....,,:nti :,'I :.. ., ,'4 N. .
7:30 p. n. Sacrament each first T'it .g'-i'.ii;-it I i'.i I-i.'- I"- f i ,
REALTORS Sunday morning. ti tit Ih nt. 01 F i ,,, .: ., .
Prayer meeting Wednesday at. eriti.,iati- N., t," i-,, i i. i,.. ,t.
I it 7i f !" \\ I'.. lh I ,,, i n : I
A I7 :3 0 A. Th i .a i,-- hp .ll l I 1.I,. ,- ,hii'- .i
208 Atlltic AWe. Tel. 2 i Meniliers urged and expected to be r iiii'n I,. i. **, :' 2 1'',t':w
2lAdherri i i .tip.I. I ,I,11 ,-1, A
present. Friends- visitors and stran-, ; ,
v gers al\.ays most cordially welcome.' ii t h' :.1 II A *
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HOME TOWN THOUGHTS it lenI'.l, i ',.,,I ..t 'i ....'t" I ,-
t...... u... f ull",III I I IIuI t;,,ie, words for your home town u. e ... t :
lg cost nothing, but they are seeds that 'ass,' i'u tia. r 's. .
Omer In sla- CIty UGrase BIld. C lrilr rB -ults. il.ll.
__= Ne.o i-N v was ever put ahead by Ili rte I't:at ...I f' ,
findingA. II. IAVIS. 1i..,- .I
UAH N Pfinding fault with the people who are TIP all Ct'rit-.. ., .. I'i lu- ,1,
A I* VUIIII E i trying t,, accomplish things in its be-- t'-ee a i i t'4 i, i.t,, ,-1 -!;>i, 1 1'
A G VO INO i / ,r li....itls ;i.,.nl ., l lI\.i -..
half. Yu. .ili '.t ,if \" h. ,'l, '
Sheet Metal Worker "A!l thtigs come to him who waits" ltife' lid it 1 ',' -t I
saeeys Metal orer.,. ld proverb, but if you ad- 'ith-r \. i. n. 1. ..-t e
TINNINU and PL V M ING verti,-. 'hey coune about ten times as est'tI ,f 11 li,.. ,.*i *mi I. '1.- n
l:f N 'i .it C -u ,h il
quick ra le '..un, .u .r Na-.t
1:Na2-1u" '.'0.ite t'.,dou1i ,lt+ .r1 1 in th t'
Do llars spent at home return to 'it\ of 'lriliti.i.ln I U:i i tti u .
rKeINANDINA. FPLORIDA the sender in better police protee- l.ee .a're f'. .t : t lu.- .
tion. better fire protection, better Dat-ed Auu, 4t1,.\ I. .
IIIIII E UIII I Eschools and better churches. .Adnmiitt-at1rat etO tIf If tIt- Itf A 1! '
DaLi it- t.tt d t, 9-
ir. |t'ITATIO.N F All 1 11%KTRATION ':
In t Eoty Co'a r NaSaAu Coanty. Flor-. s
Idl.- -By the 'oUst -ludlr of 1sad it
C'oR.eELLIOTT 1 Ui..ns\ iit i.11
W IH E .1 I.* 1 .. I ,.L p4 li-d '"
lu this n urt 1<.. t I. AdaIIim ..-- I..
Gratliun .nthe- N-st.,t' : Jiin D) "
SE R A L Knight. drec ad,. la.t' ,,ad County -.
CONTRACTOR ", s-... 'is
rand adinoniish al1 ah -~i Lair the *,. -
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N D **tu be and apt-Iar i, t- tlhis <'.urt. ,n Q.
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHl

Sixth and A lacha S1r-eet-,.
Rev. W. T. Overstreet, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:413 n:. Miller
R. Askins, supt.
Regular services on Sunlday at 1 1
a. m. and H :00 p. il.
Prayer meeting Wedtnesday ni glit.
A kind invitation is viven to cornme
with us to any of these services.

Appreciation of Public Service

One of the biggest probi.liems in
developing a city is to, find people
who will take the leading positions
in organizations for promoting suclh
development. There are plenty of


t',folk w ho itare vi li to t,,llh,\, ,. ,'
Wi' ii t i-:;.iy wt c :tri illi, t, il ,i
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it v iiiI ;1 in cotiil'ragvl in te' \.ry possible \%%i: I;
tlim y fe'e, l that tihl y lar,- i etgaig:i led I1 .1
thankless t:as-k. :'lld that th il puilli
i. w'.. In ,t stllpp l, t t h<, n ;1 : uii l 1- i;,
initere.'ted, tlihey are. \.rr I tik l.\ l .
4|uit. But if they v et wvariln \1i'rds 4,1
Itppirec('iatio,i. thVy feel tIly ar. i sup
p rltd illn their efforts :iil ithey .I
satisfaction out of it. aindl arl. liketl\
to, keep Iol wi'h this invil:i l ahe sel
1vie which i.s o i difficull tI -. i-t ..

We print visiting c tar .,-. N:ti-i.iia
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30 Days "Free Trial

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whether you buy from
your Local Dealer or
from us direct.


On ureap cycle
Prices From s21 Up
Get full parlicui:ars
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coupon below.
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You are allowed 30
days' a, ,ual riling
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NASIAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA












Friday, Sopm 16 1927

CUT COVER CROPS NOW;
PRECAUTION AGAINST
PUMPKIN BLt. DAMAGE
"You may pay the i, .. ith de-1
c:aved citrus fruit, if y.ou .. not take
the necessary precauti,,,: prevent
ihe ravages of the pumn, i'I bug.";
is the advice to citrus gr. .',- of .1.
It .Watson, entomologist w: ', Fhlor-
ida Experiment Station.
"To prevent the presence' I these e
hugs. it is adlvialle to,, cut vr
iops ill or near the gro\" 't i
-.,r Watson egos on to .-ay ".\n
the cu)rops should he cut l,y tV 1!
lie 4,f September. If they h1i;
i-vlit cut, or have not belen u ( 1' 1
ly. the bugs may succeed in g. 'll
a f,,thold in the trees.
"The bugs injure the fruit by p .n1-
tiring the rind and sucking the ju ,,
lhe fruit is utterly ruined for slii.
ping purposes, as decay invarial..
e-ts in at the puncture and the frii
s,ion drops from the trees.
"The Southern green stink buz. ,,i
thi- pumpkin bug. is the principal
risct that does damage of this an-
lure. It breeds on legumes, partic-
ularly cowpeas and beggarweed. 'ut-
ting such crops by the middle of Sep-
tenmber, before the last brood has de-
veloped wings, means that the young
will perish before they can reach
other feeding grounds, grounds which
often are the fruit on the trees.
"In cutting the cover crops it is
lh.st to cut around the trees first.
leaving the middles to be cut later.
( .et the man with the scythe tpr'- I
tede the mower.) This tends to dri\4 e
the buis away front the trees, gi\-
ifg them farther to travel to get tie
Ithe trees. ,
"Later in the year-say, late inl
October-any bugs that are found oni
the trees can be shaken off, caught
1i1 a canvas spread beneath, arnd
poured into a kerosene and water
ii\ttuire.'


PI.ANT A HOME GARDEN;
CHEAP LIFE INSURANCE
T'he garden is good lifte insurri-t'i-.
lIut theI policy has to hIe takent out i
itinl t lie preniiiu tis paid, but nt ither
ri'quire's much if any money. Vege-
tables and fruits are better tonics
than those the patent medicine man
ells and they cost much less. And
winter vegetables are about as nrc-
.',sary as summer vegetables. .
Thus is the importance of the fall
and winter vegetable garden pointed'
out by specialists of the Florida Col-
l-ge of Agriculture. September is a
mighty important month for the
ho ie that would have such a garden.
ftr then is an excellent time to Ket
hlie land ready and plant the seed.
Blood Red beets and C'owhorn :id ad
I'urple Top White lobee turnips.


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA. FLORIDA


THE THIRD LEG.
MISTAKEN FARM IDEA.
SHORTER SCHOOL HOURS.
CLEAMMNLINESS FOR HEALTH.

Senator Walsh, of Massachusetts
when Congress meets will introduce
a bill to provide "a West Point of
the air," a United States aviation
academy, to take equal rank with
West Point and Annapolis. An ex-
cellent suggestion, and "equal rank"
is none too high, for in case of war
the fliers would have to protect the
obsolete warships and slow, crawlin
army.
,est Point and Annapolis should
be changed to flying acadu-6% ad
the sooner the better.
A group of well-mean buWt not
too intelligent farmers aornm the
Government that they don't wat any
more reclamation work done, no
morr irrigation canals, no more had
dramnel or deserts irrigated until the
price ,A farm products increases.
Those are the farmers that love
voted to keep out the Art-class
European immigration that this
country icetls, the immigration that
would pro ide mouths to eat all the
farmers can grow and more. They
vote to k, ep nut customers for the
farms. anl would vote to prevent
developmctr.' of the country. But
they will not prevent it.
No extensive development begun
now would halve any effect or add
one acre to cu!tivatable land in less
than ten to fit-cen years. By that
time. in the natural course of events,
the population of the country will
increase by twenty millions.
The farmers, more than any other
class, are intcrcste.l in canal develop-
ment, which would take, as Mr.
Hoover has shiwn, from six to
twelve cents a !ushel from the
freight charge of export wheat, and
increase the price of American
wheat by that amount per busheL
I'rtess,,r Hemps, of Budapest, is
reported to have perfected a new
cui i for hydrophobia, better than the


shouldhi bIl wanted immediately. Cab- peas should also be planted at once.
b:age anid collard plants should not be An early planting of Gherkin cucunin-
del:tayed long in being set out. Short- bers will insure having sweet pickles
horn carrots and Blackeye and Conch to eat within a few weeks. Early


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Pare Sever.


A liberal planting each of earlyoffer. As a r : .
Curly kale and Ostrich Plume mus- of money is s;-r i i ii ;<'. .
tard should be provided for every lout nluch thu r q ..
kitchen garden. White Pearl onion h ppl \ .. .
sets and spinach ind salsify should be about the i.
given their roxs. Early Pattypan they will r, '. ,
".quash and chii\s-just a few hills; by v'it n t; ; ,
of each---should have their places, the I what tlie hal\ .
latter being very desirable for soups mnerchatise ..
:and gravies. A small patch of ipars- Plenty of p !', ,
ley for g:irnishing purposes will be advert licd st-r,
found useful; it also gives a splendid i infrn. :i l ;. : :
flavor to, soup .. :; ntn mnoits.
Fast-irro\\winl v\t c.itables arte nore i ,ACH .
.-uccultent and t,nider than those that
,irow -lowly. 'T produce rapid
growth use ;a ~o,>od coninercial fer- It 1 -i1 : .
tilizer liberally Also cultivate fre- how h- : ,
quenitly iand shal:,o1,\ly. If the plants t an Cll itt'Ilunt i ,I d ,
la: top tress \with : L quickly :ivail- 'ear ,t .i;l- :. .
able fertilizer ind work in with : t t lhe ICrook' i i ni, ,,, .
rake. any st:artlni t' i


POtUr antitoxia. Tn one year 2.0W
persons it. y -i .d ats aid d
were all cure<, anu every 1,.e o1
them except tfitr, within a few Jays
That's good news. but it w mid be
better to wipe ou" hydrophob.a ai the
British have done. Every dog is
kept in quarantine for a necessary
length of time, and no hydr phobia
case was known In England until re-
cently, when a fier brought a d,,g
through the air, escaped the quaran-
tine and started a small epidemic.
The secret of h-ilth is cleanlinss,
inside and out. lean lungs, clan
blood, clean thinking prolong life
and fight disease.
Leprosy, that killed thousands and
was looked upon ab a necessary vi"i-
tation from above. wa, another \\"r-l
,for filth.
In Africa a strane., destructive
fever swept across thi- great lark
continent, 60,000 were killed by it,
quarantine stations were established
without success.
Soap, water and disinfectant would
have done the work. Dimae is car-
ried by vermin. Be tore asking why
the natives do not free themselves
of the vermin, we irust remember
that it isn't so long in this country
since country people looked upon the
absence of vermin as a sign of ill
health.
They thout the idy children
abandoned, unhealthy children. They
also thought that the mosquito's bite,
which actually aPt malaria in the
blood, was a good cure for malaria.
Mr. WWl C. Wood, California's
mperoritedent of Public Instruction,
ay that school hours should be
iade longer, and recommrds legis-
latdo to the effect. He is mistaken,
the hour should be male shorter if
there is to be any change.
Two hours a day, or three at the
most, a child properly taught could
learn all that its mind could absorb
in one day. No hours of sunlight
should be spent indoors uninccesiarily.
For centuries men quarreled about
the nature of the soul. 'A as it corm-
posed of solid matter or was it pure-
ly spiritual? Now science shows that
there is no such thing as solid mnat-
ter, every atom being only an aggre-
gation of electrons and nuclei, tiny
positive and negative charges of elec-
tricity. And we don't know what
electricity IS.
Parchment manuscripts, written
with Latin characters in ancient Ara-
maic, spoken by Jews in the time of
Christ, found in Pompeii, have been
translated. They contain slighting
references to early Christians. It is
hard for prosperous Christians of
1927 to realize that ancient pros-
perity looked upon early Christians as
we look upon the Russian Bolsheviki.


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Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on taTets you are
not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved cafe
by millions and prescribed by physicians for 25 years.


DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART J

Acept only "Bayer" package
which contains proven di'i:icsiuns.
*5 U^ 61* e ayre n boxes of 12 tableta
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NOT ENOUGH PUBLICITY
When thle Ii.-iless mIneln get to-
gether to talk over the problems of
their line. it i> noticeable that miuchi
is said ahuit advertising. There is :
coinsenlsus oif opinion amongg business
experts that eritough advertising is
not being done.. The people are not
always thorouhlily informed as to
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FOR RENT-Garage. Phone 169. J. W. Vanzant, of the Lessie sec-
o tion, was greeting his friends here on
G. C. Braddock and son, Wilton, of Wednesday.
Callahan. were in the city yesterday.
o FOR RENT Furnished light
Old papers for sale at this office housekeeping apartment, South 5th
at 5c per bundle. st. Phone 232. tf
o o
B. B. Brooks is home from Way- Mrs. C. Prewitt and daughter,
cross, Ga. this week. Vesta, spent the week-end at Calla-
o han with friends.
FOR RENT Five room house 0
with bath on tenth street. Phone 146. Jno. M. Adatms, of Jacksonville,
o spent several days in the city this
Mrs. Alma Partridge spent yester- week.0
day in Jacksonville. o
o lee Cream delivered anywhere in
Orders taken for Angel Cake. the city. H. 0. Livingstone, phone
Phone 71. U-980 7** tf
o o
A. S. Allan and N. A. Hardee went Miss Frances Baker, of Jackson-
to Jacksonville Wednesday. ville, is visiting her uncle and aunt,
t Judge and Mrs. Hinton J. Baker.
Mr. F. F. Miller has returned from o
a week's visit in Atlanta, Ga. FOR RENT-Two nice front up-
Sstairs furnished rooms for light-
WANTED-Shark Fins and Ter- housekeeping. No. 12 North 5th st.
rapins. Mee May Jan Co. tf
Mrs. D. C. Mitchell and Miss Elsie
Mr. Steve Conner and son, of Kent, Steil are spending a month's vacation
were in the city Tuesday on business. at Linville Falls, N. C.
o o
FOR RENT-3 good houses on 7th Mr. Theodore Bridier, of Jackson-
st.. $25 each. F. W. SADLER. ville, was greeting his friends here
on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Jones, of Calla- o
hian. spent Monday in the city. Special price on Canned Fruit and
o Canned Vegetables all the time at
FOR SALE- New $60 bicycle for Barnes' New Market and Grocery.
$:5.00. Apply at this office. o---
o Furnished apartment down stairs.
Mr. I. 1.. Osborn, of Hilliard, was Green Tree Inn, corner Cedar and
in the city on Wednesday. Eighth streets.
o0 --o-0
Miss Helen Wiley, of Savannah, J. Hampton Jones, of Callahan,
4;.l.. is visiting Mrs. Ira W. Hardee. was greeting his friends in Fernan-
o dina on Tuesday.
1r. M. t;. Schlott motored to o
(a;inesvllh Saturday. Check your trunk to Fernandiua.

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Drugs, Perfumes

Toilet Articles


We Delivcr to Any Part of the City
Sunday Inclhded


Horsey's Drug Store

THE REXALL STORE
PHONE 22


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Mr. Iigh Quality and Mr.
Price meet daily at Barnes''
Market and Grotcery.
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LOST-Engraved wedding
Reward. Mrs. Miracle. 'ITnthl
Ash streets.


New


ring.
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Mr. and Mrs. T. ('. IHoldehn and
Miss Eliza Mularkey. of iHathorne,
are the guests of ('apt. aniid Mrs. E.
F. Morse this week.
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Postmaster E. J. Roux. rt-turtned von
Saturday from an extended \i:it tot
his brother, J. Mitchell Roiiu, ,of
Washington, D. C.
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Miss Theodosia Kelly hia- returned
from Ocala. where she has I.,n vis-
iting Mrs. T. t'. lhhldtui fr the past
several weeks.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Mauric, (round,
of Jacksonville. have been cu iplying
Mrs. Estelle Rogers' cottage at F"er-
nandina Beach for the past %\vt.k.
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Send your dyeing and cleaning to
Rogers & Jones, 611 Main street,
Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay parcel
postage on returning.

Messrs. Chas. Stark and llumph-
reys, of Jacksonville. spent several
days here this week aboard Mr.
Humphreys pleasure boat fishing.

Miss Margaret Koux and brother,
Clifton, have returned t(, their htine.
at St. Petersburg .iftt-r a \i:it to rela-
tives here.

Mrs. W. I. --eibert and little soln.
Billie, and Mr Reiman Roux. tof St.
Petersburg, 1 Ive returned to their
home, after :. visit to relatives here.
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Mr. Ned Morse will lIav. ,n Sun-
day with hi- aunt. Mrs. Agne.- .Mular-


Judge and Mrs. H. V. Burgess and
little daughter, Barbara. returned on
Friday frtom a week'- vacation spent
at Delrai and Miam.
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D. I. Hodges, t' school board
man fromi Hilliard. ', s in the city on
Wednesd:iy to attt., the rgeular
Septenilmr meeting ,f the board.
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Speciail Combin: ion Deal-1 lb.
of Maxwell lloust. Coffee. 5 lbs. of
t;r:anrwl:ited Sugar .nd 5 lbs. of Blue
Rose lRice. all for : 1.11 Saturday only
at lairnets New M :rket and Grocery.


Miss Frances Carrio left yesterday
for Palatka, where she will spend her
vacation.
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FOR SALE-House and lot; seven
rooms. Lot 100xl00. South Sev-
enth street. P. G. HADDOCK, City.
0
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Shave and lit-
tle son, Leighton, motored to Jack-
sonville yesterday.
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Ice Cream delivered anywhere in
the city. II. 0. Livingstone, phone
87. tf
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Mr. Clement Howell. of Jackson-
ville, spent Tuesday in the city.
greeting old friends.
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lasserre, Jr.,
of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here
with Mr. Lasserre's parents.
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FOR SALE CHEAP-Ford tour-
ing car, practically new. Terms.
Call at U. S. Custom House.
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Mrs. J. W. Rector, of Jacksonville.
spent the week-end here with Mr. and
Mrs. Meade Hligginbotham.
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Mr. and Mrs. Meade lligginboth-
am and Mrs. J. M. Adams motored to
Jacksonville Saturday.
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LOST-Silver pencil. Left in
postoffice. Reward if returned to
E. W. Jackson, colored. at city plant.
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Mr. and Mrs. .J:Itmes ('. Green, of
Huntsville, Ala., ar thlie guests of
J. M. Askins and family.
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Mrs. C. C. Shepard and Miss Elu:i
Davis, of Hilliard, motored to Fer-
nandina Sunday.
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Mr. J. B. Guess, Jr., of Dennmark.
S. C., president of the Nassau Ferti-
lizer & Oil Co., spent Monday here.
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FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
or bedrooms. Apply to Mrs. W. B.
Baker, corner Sixth and Beech sts.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward are re-
ceiving congratulations over the ar-
rival of a daughter, born Sept. Nth.
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Mr. Tom Davis and daughter, Mrs.
Teety Foxworth. of Ililliard, spent
Thursday in the city.
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Mr. Kenneth Dyson, of Jackson-
ville, spent a few days last week here
with his friend, Harry Barker.
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Mr. Harry Barker left today for
St. Petersburg, where he will visit
his friend, Mr. Leonard Roux.
0
Messrs. W. G. King and C. L.
Spears, of Waycross, Ga., spent yes-
terday in the city.

Mr. W. L. Farris and family, of
Miami, spent Wednesday in their city
greeting old friends.
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Mr. Milton Foley and Mr. Georgt
Marshall, of Jacksonville, visited Mr.
Jack Mizell last week.

Mr. M. F. Scott and Mr. Fred Long.
of Jacksonville, spent Wednesday iii
the city.
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The many friends of Mrs. S. Ma
honey Black will regret to learn that
she is ill this week.
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Master Barnard Borden returned
Tuesday from a visit to relatives in
New York City.
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Frank Powell, of Mellbournet. spent
the week-end witli his cousin, T'holu-
as Shave.


by Purification
Any phy.i,.i n will tell you that
"Pterfct Purit actionn of the System
is .-atut 's 1- undation of Perfect
thlItih." Why not rid yourself of
:hrninic ailment that are undermin-
,tn 'our 'iFlIi ..' Parify your en-
tire s. -ent b. taking a thorough
tou,,- of Calot :s,-.-once or twice a
we.k for severall weeks-and see how
N:.ut. r,-wards you with health.
taloutab-; are *,e greatest of all
sy tem I urifiers. Get a family pack-
age. containing f ill directions. Only
35,cts. At any drag store. (Adv.)




666


School/ lays-

lCho days of play are nearly
over. mX incentive to study,
that breaks the monotony
of the confinement the first
few days, is a Wrist Watch,
Aen or 5encil, stme article
to cherish and be proud of
t will Ahelp to ooercome
the trying Ahours at the be-
yinniny of the term of
school.

C. Srunwald


I.. I. Owens. ine county commis-
sionir from Everzreent, wa.-. a visitor
to Vt'i'ii.andiiiit Wednesday. having
comnte over to, tendd the regular
nieetiniz of the 1 >ard.
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lF'OUND-On Fernandina Beach, I
pair tortoise sht .1 rimmed eye glasses.
Owner may hae same by calling at
Leader office anid paying cost of this
advert i-ement.

Il. M. Murrlee. tof lHilliard, county
connissioit'ier from the fourth district,
was htre We lnesday to attend the
regular Septiiniber meeting of the
board.
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Messrs. Re lmond Kelly and James
Clark left list week for Belmont
Abbey ('olleg1... Belmont. N. C., where
'hey will re.s nme their studies for the
I927-2S teri:.

Miss l'e:val Jordan returned on
Sunday fr on Wrightsville, Ga.,
where she l as been visiting her pa-
rents, Mr. aid Mrs. J. E. Jordan, for
two weeks.
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Mr. and Mrs. PI. L. Gaskins and lit-
tle son. Petse. Jr.. returned to their
home in .lJaiksonville today, after
spending th,- season at their cottage
at Fernandiia HBeach.
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Don't forget to go to the Masonic
Tenmple tonight. The entertainment
begins ar .S:00 o'clock. Proceeds go
to the I'.-T. A. to be used for curtain
in new school auditorium.
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Mrs. .. Louis Horsey z.nd little
granddaulighter. Jane Gordon Huntley,
of Atlanta, Ga., who has been visit-
ing her grandmother for some time,
left this morning for Gainesville.
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Miss Carrio, who is the efficient
librarian at the Public Library, has
gone to Palatka for a week's vaca-
tion. Miss Nell Noyes is relieving
her during her absence.
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Elmer Delk returned Wednesday
from Leesville, S. G., where he was
called on account of his father being
severely injured in an automobile
accident.
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Special Combination Deal-1 lb.
of Maxwell House Coffee, 5 lbs. of
Granulated Sugar and 5 lbs. of Blue
Rose Rice, all for $1.14 Saturday only
at Barnes New Market and Grocery.
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E. N. Sorensen. who has been an
inmate of Riverside Hospital, Jack-
sonville, has recovered sufficiently
to return to his lhone, which will be
good news to his many friends.
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The Jones-Elder Furniture and
Storage Co. has moved its stocks
from thle Dluryee building at the foot
of Center street to the Mularkey
building, ::10 Center street, now own-
ed by I-. W. Sadler.
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Mrs. II. (;. Wood and daughter,
Mis- Birdli, Wood, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Klarer aic little son, Bobbie, and
Mrs. Elizah..th Fitzgerald, spent Tues-
day in Da:i ona with Mrs. Fitzgerald's
dat:;hliter, :.ls. Ernest Pearsoni.

T'. I. 4( ilki., ,of Callahan, who is
tlie scl,,.l c-iiniiissioner from that
sectionit. .: in the city on Wednes-
day to, :;.!t il tlit regular september
net tilng ,l the. imard of Public In.-
stru .tion.
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Mes-sr. .'. A. Kelly, .r., T. Gunby
Oziner. VWi 11. Simn,. Jr., Hleimy Fish-
ler atind .i,i n BHart. of Tampa, left
la>t week f ,r the University of Flor-
ida. where bity nill retsumne their stu-
dies. for tin ,',.mi,,;' term..
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V!i.- !II inies Brooks and Clarice
IlHei :int 1 T l'uesiday for their re-
spl1 ti'e t ,' i .es. tl'aveling together
as f:ar a: 1: .,,. (;a.. Miss Brooks re-
turning t t, Georgia State College
for WIo : t Millidgeville. and Miss
er i"i ri i ning to Bessie Tift Col-
lege, For Y| (;a.



Renew Your Health


begins at 8:00 ,'clock. Proceeds go
to the P.-T. A.

Mrs. J. Louis Ho,,rsey and Mrs. :.
R. Hopkins have returned from a
week's stay in Atlanta. Ga.,. whert-
Mrs. Hopkiis bought her fall a:in win-
ter stocks of nillinery.
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Mrs. C. P. Thornton and daughter.
Miss Agnes Thornton. of St. Peters-
burg, have returned to their honm., af-
ter a visit to the f'orni-r's sisters.
Mesdames W. T. Waas. Ilattie Her-
nandez and J. Y. Purvis.
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Mr. A. C. Stringfield. of I'eiisacola,
is visiting his cousin. MI James
Stringfield. also of l'ensat,,la, wlho
has been visiting his grandlparents.
Mr. and Mrs. .I.m. R. Mann. for the
past two weeks.
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II. S. Iligginbothani, of ('allahan,
who is the county commissioner from
the fifth district, was greeting his
friends here on Wednesday. wh ii he
motored over to be prt.-ent :.t the


onlyoy Boothe left Wednesday for
lIe-Land. where he enters Stetson
University for the 1927-28 term. His
mother, Mrs. II. T. Weimar. ai,l
sister, Virginia Boothe, and grand
mother. Mrs. Estelle Rogers, accoi,,
'panlield him. returning yesterday.
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W inter ilooning, early strain Nar-
ci.stu :and (Iladioli bulbs, fine bulbs.
so ti*lts dtz. All the wanted florist
su>litI. IOrders for fine radiance
rose-. A-te-r,>. Dahlias and Gladioli
can I,. fille-d same day of order. Ex-
c-'ptii,,ally low prices. MRS. (;FO.
BO
Th,..- Shave returned to Atlanta,
(;a., on Minday, accompanied by
Hlelnry lllanlphreys, where they will
enter G,-.rgia Military Academy for
the 192. 2* term. Dr. D. G. Humph-
reys ani ; .It," and Mr. F. C. Powell.
of M,.e... ir'.,.. also accompanied the
i.,y i, .i, her's son, Frank, enter
tI. L tl. .,,- 4chiol for the term.


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WEEKLY PROGRAM OF


HEX TH"JATIC"
I.. A. A.SHA-: 'S. amalger


WEEK BEGINNING SEPT. 19, 1927


MONDAY-Starring Bob Custer FRIDAY-Starring RIN TIN TIN
in "TERROR OF BAR X." Another fin "TRACKED BY THE POLICE."
riot from the star that wins every Rin Tin Tin scores in his latest and
time. Another wonder Western thatbest See the courageous fight of a
will thrill you to your toedog hero to save not only tine of the
will thrill you to your toes. (Mrs.
F. C. Davis.) Also a good comedy. greatest projects of the ITnited States
10 and but also his friends engaged in build
ing it. (Mrs. Marion Godfrey
TUESDAY-A Tiffany production Also a good comedy. 10 and 25c.
starring Davis Hill in "BEAUTY This is prize night, and in addition
SHOPPERS." A highly amusing and to the regular prizes, there will be
entertaining comedy drama.depicting a grand prize awarded to the boy 4,
the ways and means employed by the girl bringing the best looking dtg.
fair sex to keep their slender fi:'ures Ithe audience to be the judge; al-,
and good looks. (Mrs. I.. S. Chad- the one having the ugliest dog. T.,
wick.) A good comedy. 10 and 25c. all that wishes to enter their dog.
Please see the manager for further
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY-, information.
Starring Wallace Berry and Raymond
Hatton in "FIREMAN SAVE MY SATURDAY Y Tom Tyler in
CHILD." This is one of the biggest "CYCLONE OF THE RANGE." A
releases of the season, showing Berry hutiming story of mystery and ad
and Hatton at their best. (Mrs. G. venture, aflame with romance, roar
M. Greshani.) Endorsed by the ing with action. (Mrs. Frank (;ra
critics everywhere. Ask those that hanm.) Also a good comedy and t;th
have seen it. (Miss Virginia Carrio.) Chapter of the "Kiddle Riders." 1I
Also a comedy. 15 and 35c. and 25c.

Be sure and go to the recital to- regular September meeting of the
night at the Masonic Temple, which board.


Pao Riau


NASSAU COUNTY LFADFA FERNANDINAt FLORIDA


]Friday" Swoomber is. 1927




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