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 23, 1927
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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 )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075899
Volume ID: VID00052
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Fernandina, Fla., Sept. I1. ;,-
The Board of County ('Cn-n' rs t
of Nassau county met thl: ,,.Y ,n In
regular session. Present: D. I-
Ground, chairman, and it .'.,--n- '
ers Shave, Owens. MurrLin-t i: llig-
The minutes of the las' regular n
meeting, and of special mrn*'iia held
August 24th were read and approved. 8
The bond of J. A. Flo.l. ,* Yulee, r
as Notary Public, in the sup*iin 500,
with the American Surety manyay
of New York as surety. w:t- .tipprived r
by the board.
The following report xi.r'. filed
with the board: County judgpi s re-
port of tines and costs; clerk's re-
port of tax redemptions; report of I
county physician; report ift .,unty
agent; report of special r"ad fund
No. 4; sheriff's milage' report;
Justice Meares' report ,it fires and
costs; report of home de.tmii ntration
The chairman and clerk were
authorized to make vout-er ai:nl war- t
rant for payment to Mr. '. I. Elliott I
when he completes the wrk of doing
over the various rooms in the' court
house, and his bill is approved by
Commissioner Shave. chairman 4f the
committee on county building.
Messrs. C. If. Lee. A. J. Wyburt c
and J. Rawon appeared before the L
board in the interest of road from the c
Drury Ferry road to, the- ixie High- I
way. crossing the Atlantic Coast Line
Railway at Pratt's siding, and the
matter was taken under considera-
tion, to be acted upon as soon as i
work on hand will permit.
Deeds were filed with the county
from G. H. Gordon and Lena Belle
Gordon, his wife, covered by satisfac-
tion of mortgage from the Citizen's
Bank of Folkston, Georgia, for right-
of-way 36 ft. wide, running diagon-
ally across lots No. I and No. 2 in
Block 47, Town of Hilliard, and deeds
were turned over to Mr. G. C. Bur-
gess, clerk, to be placed upon the
public records of Nassau county.
Judge Hinton J. Baker, with a com-
lmittee of citizens, appeared before
the board in the interest of the con-
struction of a road from the old
Jacksonville turn-out 1.2 mi. south of
Fernandina city limits to Fernandina
Beach, to open up beach property
about two miles south of the present
concrete road to the beach. Judge
Baker stated that owners of property
between the Jacksonville turn-out
and Fernandina Beach would grant
right-of-way sixty-six feet wide, and
would clear and grub a width of
thirty feet for a rAad, and made ap-
plication that the county agree to
grade and drain this road, and hard-
surface such portions of it as may bee
necessary to make it available for
automobile travel. Upon motion
duly made and carried. Mr. I1. J.1.
Youngblood. county superintendent
of roads, was requested to go care-
fully over the route and see if the
clearing and grubbing as done will
allow of grading hy machinery, and
what fills and culverts or bridges are
needed, and how much of the road
would require hard--urfacing in ord-
er to le. passable ft'r automobiles.
and make a detailed estimate to the
county commissioners to be consider-
ed at a special meeting one week
from this date. September 21st.
The chairman was authorized to
order sufficient fertilizer to be used
for the grass on the concrete road
where necessary, and Mr. Young-
bIlood was instructed to spread it
when received.


K ., J.




Permandina News-Record. t I ,nsol dated
NaSMu County Leader. P'st I-21)" 15. 1920



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High and low tides predicted for
the Port of Fernandina at the foot of
DeSoto street for the week beginning
Saturday, September 24th, and end-
ing Friday, September 30th, 1927:
Saturday. September 24th-High.
7:26 a. m., 7:41 p. m.; low. 1:20 a..
m., 1:36 p. m.
Sunday, September 25th-High,
8:06 a. m.. 8:19 p. m.; low, 2:00 a.
m., 2:18 p. m.
Monday, September 26th-High.
8:44 a. m., 8:55 p. m.; low, 2:36' a.
m., 2:57 p. m.
Tuesday. September 27th-High,
9:19 a. m., 9:31 p. m.; low, 3:11 a. m..
3:34 p. m.
Wednesday. September 2stlh--
High, 9:54 a. mi., 10:r05 p. inll. low.
3:44 a. m., 4:10 p. m.
Thursday. September 29th-High,
10:29 a. m., 10:40 p. m.; low, 4:1( a.
m., 4:47 p. m.
Friday, September 30th-High.,
11:04 a. m.. 11:16 p. m:; low, 4:48 a.
m., 5:26 p. m.
There are usually two high and
two low tides each day. Tides fol-j
low the moon mnor' closely than they
do the sun. and lithe lunar or tidal
day is nearly an hour longer than the
solar day. This causes the tides to'
advance from day to day. and a tide
which has occurred near the end of
one calendar day will be followed by
a tide that may skip the next day and I
occur in the early morning of the
third day. Thus on certain days only
a single high or a single low tide oc.-
curs. In such cases it will be noted
that vacancies occur in the tide


Last Monday the Jacksonville Col-
lege of Music formed a class in voice
culture, Mrs. Harry Grady Cox to in-
struct the pupils, who will take either
soprano. contralto, mezzo soprano,
tenor or bass.
We are very fortunate in having
an experienced teacher to give les-
sons. Mrs. Cox having finished at Rol-
lins College. Winter Park, going from
there to Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music, where- she had three years
with Dan Beddoe, the celebrated
oratoric singer.
in 191:1 Mrs. Cox went to Berlin,
(;ermany. where she continued her
studies with Louis Bacher, one of the
head teachers at the Royal Iligh
School of Music. Prior to coming to
Florida she studied with Estelle Man-
deville, of Chicago, Ill.. and taught
in Rock Island, III. andl is now with
the Jacksonville College of Music,
where her husband. Mr. lHarry Grady
Cox. teaches piano.
We hope t o continue this class in
voice in our city. having very good
talent to begin with. One lesson
each week wilt good practice on the
pupil's part. in seven or eight weeks,
should numake a recital Ipossible in the





Commnissitoner Shave. chairman of

Champion heavyweight of the
world, who got the decision over .Ja'k
Dempsey last night in Chicago. Ill


G. G. Gerbing, proprietor of it'er
bing's Oyster Farm, the only resort
of its kind in the United States a-'
far as Mr. Gerbing has been ahl- tt.
ascertain, states that he will have evv

studio at Jacksonville. where Mr. erything in readiness to open this fa
Pryor will hear the pupils under Mrs. Imous resort Sunday. October l;th
Cox instruction. During the time the farm has beer,
Any one interested in joining this closed since last season Mr. Gerbing

class will ibe pleased to have you call has made many improvements,. hav
and make arraniigments with Mrs. J. ing enclosed all tables and having
Ge.. Siihrer. provided better accommodations al
over the place. There will lie n-
RECIEVE FIRST SHIPMENT such thing as rain stopping anyone
ALL-AMERICAN OAKLANDS who wants to enjoy the bivalves th*
coming season, as everyone will bee
The D)avenport-Brooks Corpora- served under a roof and in a screened
tion, local distributors for Oakland building and we predict the greatest
and several other makes of automo- season for the enterprise which i,
biles. havce the first shipment of the the means of attracting more people
All-American Oakland Six that this to Fernandina and Amelia Island th,,
company has been able to get since coming winter than any time in it-
this new car was placed upon the 'history.

hi building committee. was author- market, having sold one of these cars'
zed to have repairs made to the to J. B. lHaddock this week.
uetal floor and rods in the jail where r
Miss Pearl Jordan, home demon- AT FERNANDINA NOVEMBER 11
trattion agent. and Mr. A. S. Lawton. ----
otlunty agent. appeared before the A compni-tv Armistice Day pro-
-ardi in the interest of prizes for the grant as arranged biy Theodore Her-
trls and boys clubs of Nassau county nandez Post No. 54 of the American
'oir the current year. and it was voted Legion and l.adie's Auxiliary will be
hat an appropriation from publicity published in this space at a later date,
fund be made for five first prizes, but each week a partial list of the
and four second and third prizes for day's doings on November 11th will be'
the girls clubs, and an appropriation given. Several organizations have
of five first prizes and five second already entered floats for the parade
und third prizes be made for the boys on the morning (of that day. Three B
clubs of Nassau county, and that cash prizes will lie awarded, one for
whenever the second and third prize the best decorated float., ione for the
money is needed for awards, the best decorated out-of-town private
chairman and clerk are authorized to car and one for the best decorated'
sign warrants and vouchers to cover private city car. An out-of-town!
safme. speaker has been secured for the'
After examining the bills that were patriotic address. Luncheon and re-
presented, and approving them for freshment booths will be erected in
payment, the board adjourned to the down town section so that not'
meet on Wednesday, September 21st. only our visitors, but our own citizens
&n have their meals served for the


School .

Tablets, Comp
Pens, Pencils,
Wax Crayon
amination Bo<
Colored 4


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"The Store Ai

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Volume 40-Nuiber 43



Co 0.MATTER F01 NEN\ 111411\\ \

Till." B0 k \Ill).

S..' I..... The mission of each divine revela-
'Al) I'EN('ll.S tor has been to announce and to pre- -
pare the way for the brotherhood of I
t. (CLORS the Kingdom among men. Each hasil
accomplished his mission, speaking :a
R. ('OMI'ASSI'S and teaching through symbols and .
:parables suited to the peoples of his
'E V ()OOKS day. Each quickened the souls of the t
people with divine life, and each fore- I
('OMPOSITION told the coming of the great latter- t
\[LE'TS. ETi"' day revelator who was; to establish
the Kingdom of Peace on earth.
The Baha'is believe that Jesus ap-
l SUHRER'S peared the Word, or the Spirit of
17:2 |God. This differentiated him from
Other men. By virtue of the Divine
Spirit \which spoke through hin. hlie
was the tChrist, the Mt-anifestation cfIt
(od ami:onig int'n. Through hini .soul.
became spiritually quiickened. were
I reborn and were lifted from the con-
Jack Dempsey editionn of spiritual ignorance, called
sin, into one of spiritual enlighten-
ment, called salvation.
Like the mission of every divine
Manifestation, that of Jesus thet
Christ, was a three-fold ione. First.i
hit' fulfilled the prophet'ic's tit' the
liroplhets who plrecededl hint and iru
claimed his coming. In hiun was th,.
consstniniation of the ftr'niwr dispt'i
satiions. Second. he was the unique.
source of divine enlightenment to thel
l'people of his ehislpensatien. anii
through the power of his x ord h.
founded his Cause. Third. he prt-
ipured the way for the coming of the-
great latter-d:ay revelation fIlfille'd
ii w ah''u'llah---Gd lma l testua h.m-
s.*lf as the Fathir- -whomni he :ae.1 I all
plophlett' foretold \oul "' d i:is' it ihe
fulness of time andl e'tal'liAi the
Kingdom of God upon et th.
Jesus explained the great di'.ine
i plan of the ages for the' spirituatza-
tion of the world in its entirety in the
parable of the Hletusehhhler which
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-The Boeard oft '
ers met this un i
Present : ID. 11. .r.

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Wh(eren'ai's. ateu'1 111

held oil thet I ItII) i~

tithers :ipjivn:i-e I wh f t ..
ilizde apphliction .II I:.; '
grade. driiam and Ili.ti-i.,

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L''.aelvlm', cut*I\ 4'. 1,. (" i
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rocad Would c~cl andr-_,I-'i
of-wvay' for :1 \X id h 2'

for heread.I iii' ;k:UI.!

along s~aidi~i ..
,it I:' :21 jude--' I).
from ithe cva-' ..i
ieac.h \w1iitiId
$6077JiHi. :'i:
Whe're'a-. th1w .'I I',

for ui sirfav'intil-I :1idii r '

\V I I v I., .,I 'k I I 1 4 r. : I I I ; I I 1) I ;
In ( : -I t t" I v a V (,:) ?, I I Ili ; I I ..
O ct, iier 1. 1 1,, fit '. 1. :1 11 ;lf-d
wol A wit Illivil c 1! A-, ".J;. cl\...
Till-wi., priAw -it;- applic:lti.-Il
madc. and t 11(1- X% I-,- r- ld '!
for Imilding I,,, --d :io-- ,

i: i piantic a vineyard (Matthe.. 21 or It
S...-41.) in vhich the householder L i i'd ,,f d ..iiity .,i, ,n. ,"
symbolic otf God. the creator of the Na;i. .;; ~, 1 F.t i ..i ,
2111 w orld. The vineyard syiibol.zcs the ,, .. .... ,
,K p ,'ople of the world, while the hus- sist : .. .,. : .,
Sb.ndmenii are the leaders of the peo- ,.',.i. ,,
p lp His servants rel present the pro- i 'i; ..,. .
lphets sent by the Lord to call the pr,, ., ... .
world to righteousness and divine I.. ,
Obedience. all oif whom the people t ,,, ....
persecuted and rejected. His son is ;,, .. i
Jesus, the Christ, whose teaching was -;
refused by the people who crucified nl.i' 1 .
him. When the Lord therefore of
Ithe vineyard cometh. refers to the it ii ih i.i :.. i
tcm'niing of the I latter-day rvelator i .
SB:tha'u'llah while He will miserably ., ,
Who lost his .its.l .atti l t- (it;nel dtetstry" those wicked ien and wI l ., ,
Tunney hait nii.'i't at Shlli-irs' Fl 'iheld. let out his vineyard unto other hus- a. ,, .
Chic'go. f It handm.n, which shall render him the ,,,, ,
. _i.. fruits in their seas ns. is prophetic ,
TARPON ABOUND IN THE iof the ntrreat outpomrintg of divine ,, ;,, ,
W SN grace through this new re Vlatifly th,' .
WATERS OF FERNANDINA Which will be so great tover-
t -' cme and di spel cti thp rerot t of ,
Residents .,-Itil.1meha CIty s.c-,
evil--spiritual ignorance,--whieIh i
tion report th .i. ,r 'stn, e'-- l ofl ta-rpo n in duninating humanity.- Adv. ;t l .
.melia river inl freat (1uantiti r's. an lid -i ,h .hold n i 'a .T ,'
oal si>.rt.n wit a \' plains ton GOVERNMENT PARCELS OF
vt.t the pro.l.-r i'lipilwniltit :>ndl angl:. LAND AWARDED TO BIDDERS ',i .. ....
for the silv i-r kinlrs. Tarepo n \vw er,- P a. 1..i, r, ict.. i 1.1 r. '
located in thi,' v:atr ;iadjacent to;, Advice to the Chamber of (Co',n- i. m '
Fernaindlina :tolit t\v, y-ars p: andi merce from Washington. 1). C.. '
,vveral hoia\v loen ei lndt11lcl. and when trough the courtesy of Senator D. '
thl fact il'ln- nt'l;n>ra.lly known 1I'. Fletcher, is that award has been i ,.' i
that tly aod in lo'ial watIrs many made of the three parcels of War '
(>orlt.m lt, l.'F rnaidlin:>. t bidders on Sept. 8th as follows: i :' :I -
... .. -Parcel No. 2. known locally as tht.f|;, -'1v :- l. 1 .
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY OPENS quarantine station site, is awarded. I : 1 I: .
-- to Charles H. Hilliard for $4,000. ,,,r- .
St. ph' Adimy oi''d on a Parcel No. 3, section 11, tp. r !,". ,
Monday. S.ot l'.Ith. for tthe. 127-28 north, range 23 east, part of the Forti k'r Mi i '
trm. The r.-lration o ares Clinch holdings, is awarded to Thn r t. : i' .
orally with '. of pa yar. in as B. Hamby for $4,000. ,, .'
l of the vario r In th iu- Parcel No. 4, section tp. : north. ,, r,.. .
Srom t arK iiinly l '.' lthl. tes range 29 east, is awarded to S. .M .. ... .
iust 4ipinif ri .h i pi- Neville for $18H.00. -, .: '
nnii ai<: i t. iolin. The city is particularly inter st'l .!,! i. ,'' '
.. n the result of the bidding ftor se-';. 1 : i
1+ll,11111111 ...lll!"tltlall ll iI tion 8, on w which is located the jetti '-. : : *
as according to plans made by M1r. N. '
ville before leaving here last spring ,...
rn g S tnre he intends to create a recreation' ,
f ff I center on this beach that will bef ,, .
great advantage to the island. M.1r.
Su" e "* N eville is know n to be a m an A.i ,. .1,
makes worth while improvement a,1i ,,
s u p l e ILi it is expected that he will begin work i
this winter for the use of the ppr ,r .'
ty early next spring. ', .,",.r ,: ,
position Books. KEYSTONE TO RE-OPEN DIN-
s, Erasers. Ex- Albert D. Simon, manager ,f t0.," ,r 1... ,. ,
ks, W hite anti Keystone Hotel, Fernandina'. ai, t.r. 1a' Hr: ,:., l, ,,. \L ,,
Chalk, Etci. Florida's. for that matter. I10 pr'(,.;n. 1; ..*. r \ I\
hai1k~, E.. cent hostelry, states that he wi.; r-. "- \i. ", r
Open the dining room on n,-xt SIlday. .f t... t ,
DR U G S Sept. 25th. having sent out announce- Ty:.-r .... r. lr .,!, ,
-ments to this effect this week. The r,. ,..n,. .,,,:
em'Keystone has always been regarded ...i k. -.. ,. ,,k*
S to re C ^ fa 'by its guests as one of th"e t'* ..*.* n '*
ru S to r Ltels in Florida and enjuv.-, a rating -. .
r g S o ef 100 per cent by the Florida H ,tel CAKE SAI.E
reenmmadating Commission, and the fact that Mr


For School Work


Gene Tumey


Pace Two

There are two burrowing anhilals (Gainesville, Fla.-Chinch bugs are tr
that do great damage to farm crops !giving considerable trouble in St.
Ili Florida, says J. R. Watson. .nto- !Augtustine grass lawns of the state
t '.
noilogi:-t of the Experiment .<.:,.,n. "at *thls time, according to J. R. Wat- 4
One, a ground squirrel, is cout na!,nly ;sln. entomologist of the Experiment
failed a "salamander." Th ,. thcr Station. le gives the following sug ,
:I "gopher." Both of these *,ames. cnnrol of chinch bugs.
" alamander" and "gopher." :', lor- Chiinch bugs are often severe ,in
ilda are used in a sense differ. from I.i'iis, and if not checked will often vi
that used in other English *-akini l kill out a lawn completely. An in- I
countries. fe.ted lawn should be kept well wa-
Our "salamander," i. e. th,. groundi'rI'd and should not be mowed to ;
.Inuirrelis closely related to ihe pock- a ely.
et gophers of the west. True sala- like all true bugs the insect does
meanders, often called "mud. puppies" I dtamae g y sucking the juices u
,,r "water dogs," are slehn.ier, slip-I frni the Plant and therefore cannot
pery. hairless animals. They are re-, killed by stomach poisons, hut h
lated to frogs but have ',,ng tails. -nly by contact insecticides. Among '
They aret found always in or near the strongest of these is calcium cyv-
'vateir, and feed on insects and other 'tnide, a black dust. It is a very
:linial.s trong insecticide and in using it '
i .certain precautions must .e employee
Both the ground squirrel and the' t-rtain precautions must Ibt em lov.d
,:irrowing turtle feed onl vegetation,. r the grass may e burned. T
groun squireld oftt most important of these is that thl,
The ground squirrel. -.. oft1n i rass must be perfectly dry. It mutist
ctrrectlv called "salamander." d, l put on in the middle of th day
I:.AIch damage by tuniwling through I h n
after th edew has evaporated and i
tie earth a foot or so below the with a bright, clear sky, so that there
face. It destroys plants. seeming will be little danger of rain wetting
J,.cially fond of sweet potatoes, p,': the grass before the cyanide has dis- .
iits and other root crops. sipated its strength. The cyanide,
The animal makes many o'n must e applied vtry etnly to til -
in its tunnels, through which t '- grass and it is best to take an oldi
c'aps aid through which eca broom and s.eep) the grr:ass immedi
,,is.neIu. gases that may it u s vd ately after application This lbrushes
:iiaailist it. Thera'fore, it has bt.'in
St. Tr re, it h b most of the cyanide off (if tile green .
fund that the most successful nith-Ilem st f the syanide ,off ,t thl e gr4 tu.d
leaves down into the maet of dead
,.Il of comlnating this rodenteit isahkave to ll. nl td.
I using a poisonous leait. The faol- ; l n
.in s euse w h This serves a double purpose of pre-
I,,ee hasheent t sed with o trec''ss: venting burning of the irreen l\'ave-,
"1q ts ,tat,'. trrts or pi li s, and getting the vyanide d,,wn \t her'
*1 quarts: alkaloid strychnine. 1-S the ugs ar
ti.' sth l a aroitt. ounce. 'yanide is a violent poi-oni and one
'Cut i1he 1 s'a a't' tatoes. carrots ir
li i,, r working with it should ke'ept ta t he'
rsnips ill(,,ill half inch cross- .windward of the dust. (:an.i contaiin-
tection pie. >. .11isten with water ding the material sh ul li. .
aid let dri.n. x thoroughly the anly where there is good ventilation.i
ailkal, sitir h inmina' :and saccharine. I til. .
l. r. Other good ins-ecticides. are tliet ni .,
Sift this alia, over the sweet pa- tine sulphate-lime dusts. This cant
: thr consists f crn p- be purchased already mixed o- 0.1-
i, t i ai i. To is .- can make his own by thoroughly mix
ne t it r,chinine. f tr make this ing ..3 pounds a.f hydrated line ithli
dissolve lL otiune of strychinine sul- 7 undpound of nicotine s lphat. Thi ,
l.hat. and i 1I ti,-,-ipoonful of starch in p unds a itnt .tl htt. 'l'ili
s (. of I ter. lix this with .dust should lbe aildied evenly over
S pirt A x th with the lawn. lout no burning will enisli-
i.. Int f ino.w salt and "- pint of thone happen. s to get' i stroillger in
!trt-h. ,Stir thoroughly with an egg- *soine spots than others. i hiishold
lbeater, put on the fire and bring to be put on thick tter.Ths sthat tll
S thenr 8 quartsofgrass looks somewhat whiteish.
a arn. A r
t torn. ii A fairly good dust may be made b v
These aaits should be placed around fairly ad ust muy h' b h, li
su mixing finely ground tobacco dust
the entrances to burrows and where in fe g n I a' a I tis
lilt traceith an equal weight of hydrated
gopjahers are working. lime.
In spitte If lth' numerous openings The lawn may also he treated with
thr,,ugh which till- gas can escape, a solution of nicotine sulphate, using
thIlc- ground squirrels can sometimes for thi: urpos one pint tf nicttile
hea killed or driven off by the applica- to 100 g ns f watr. T,
4 liu i thsulphate to 100 gallons of water. To,
tstn of calcium cyandide in the run- make h atrial spra attr it
n h d r n make tile material spread better it
'a a \\' When fresh diggings are no- ,, .. b. ah water fi ,
I '-s best to put into tn wthrnater five or

i,, ,',el up lthe runway and throw ..... i i o i. .
; hdful of calcium syanidesx pounds of whialae oil ,r laundry
it a handful of calcium syanide .
,niil almckly cewer it up with dirt
1.- k.. l -olid. If the animal returns
.. tL,:tt iart of the runway before the HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
:a- ,.:s hiee.n dissipated it will be l
L. lil.. Milk shoutil ie cooked at how teni-
\\hin these ground squirrels get' l''i-attire. for there, i- less hlss of
a,'.. a lawn they can usually be niie'ral v'alu.'. anald the protein is
,,.'.~.,'ll tatit lay turning the hos-e lre easily dfsig listed.
i,,l. (l hit s. \\. liva-i l ihin w':: milk to baI ies
T h iulr, li lturtle digs it a dee it. 1 hatt *( t la it at ll l 1hin liilk t, I1 .,
it a a. %i-. i tl) ih ll t tone eintrance, -l .- Fa ihrenhleit a h id hold it l thel.t
I1 a'ln tbe killed dbly throwing down its fotr initllelt- tbo kill illmpuritiesb
iiurrowa rag or handful of cotton btit if this -:a>ilil lie don*e it is bet
waa-te saturated with carbon bisul-iter1 h rinl ilg th- milk qui'k-1 aa the-
hit.le, or a handful of calcium cyan- ibaling alint. then cool qilckly. The
iel and at once tightly stopping up partial loss of niinertal is a disalvaln-
tHie entrance. This closing of the en- tar 1e111 f' r thlt littl,- laby. ithii
itrailte a' hinders the escape of the isn't .. aldatigerotus :< tI lh. di-ea -
fiinn- arnd forces their penetration of gerni'-.
i.t, Ituririw. thuIs killing the turtle. sl ilk au ;f!s ha ala cooked nilyh
I .-- turtl..s et'l to lie particularly slightly halt' the iilk is aaIad
Il,,i fI t hia'e roots of pecan trees. ('iok ''g tail.l lala',igllily i. o- rt.
lhria .fr,. ilth dt o ti t c liti da lniage' to a gid lig 1llk.
Lh t o |.. .>in orrch.lards. I t i- iY I l-e ',ooke ld il illk ill
I ie I,, ia-entive tof both ground Ist rlad v 'i lt.- T -hia aa -tI( l th liltl
:.. I a ,, di litirrow ing tnitiertlten tit tl a d lav it1" l li '1 6h1- a 6Ih l.h t%- il 'k
a* a.l I 1F tha oroaughi and frequent'uat 1 ci 11al Chli h w n
ll.t. l i,. .Neither likes to have dri tik il 'l i h
S til,,l ,t, stantly disturbed by! Hr t2'-mlk. tah 2 ta.lve pIons of
* a I.l,, .arld cultivator. Sweet po- a*irt:im- : lb ad ':ta'h glhas is often
a l-t. .h.ul flltow some crop which ita at a hi wha wan't *r1nk
Si 'It. i in thorough cultivation so '''t iiilk. 'his- drllk is ga d f'r
:, a, l ii ti' field of these pests. Sel- tlha' ahlll. a' arr nu'i q. tI'- a
a -. .11 lth-v get into a field and a tl i.% '* -lst ipat1on.
.i. L ..lnilKage after the cultivation Milk slIl- l. b -llttr ti.- ii-ni
I ! has stopiled. Sweet for lt '.il atit li thlhlt.i. Til.-
';.' a "-.,,iltl iet cultivated as long shaka wit stw t frit llit'. rather
I lih until the vines grow .so Itlan -iI:ii. is best.
,.It- .it ,practically impossible to! Care of Milk
A cleOwi place to miilk the cow. a
* i lr .iugh ith tlie cultivator. A ti l t
clean atdder, c-laan hials, anld .alaii j
bucket make a good tbginnling.
I.ESSED ARE THOSE I Strain milk at aion'ce'. Cool 1uick!y
WHO BEAUTIFY THEIR and keep cool.
HOMES, FARMS, ROADS Make a place to k'eep milk and butit-
ter. Keep them there. Keep nlthilng
..i -'!. 1-la.--Prof. W. L.; else thler-. A.k your home dmot-ni, -
*' -'i. ;~-si-tlint dean of the College station agent for thilte plans for the.
*\r.t 'ilitlireh. has formulated the "iceless refrigeratorr" t;et iyoutr hu--
"\ i: 1 t-eautititdes of beautifica- band in a good humoti r and get hini
' ;-r, particularly appropri-ito improve ,on thit plans. When youi
.. I i. ril:a. |get it made use it anid k.aeep on using*
i --.. 'ir thlev who plant trees it until ywou don't kio aw hwt, to getma
hil, niltug otir highways; fu- along without I'. It is ket-eping milk'*
Sn', :-, .vratin.-n< will enjoy their and butter too htlt and too near other
.. ;' ni;--. foods that cauiets childrenI to say "I
I' -i :>rt- they whose homes show don't like milk. I can't stand to smell
S,'. i i .:turve to the passersby. it."
i- a-lr .vre they who appreciate Remember that scalitdi otr Pasteur-
'i ci' ,- .1f birds and flowers and ized milk doesn't slay 'pure." It
.i..- .-, :!lir growth and increase, needs to be protectedt from dirt.A
i!. --,a-l art. they who scatter flow- germs, and odors.
i a at :,iAt keep friends and neigh- The right kind of fet-d for the cow
Sr- fr trni '"ii ttrtying wild flowers is necessary. Otherwis- no amount
:.l : ,. a' ran-tel-lh.. of care will give a clean, natural flia-
Hie.--d ;ar they who banish bill- vor to the milk.
1 ,tardl- rl., Il t.-ir propertyy. for they Regularity in milking, in handling,
--e ra '., :,.r- ,-f roadside beauty, the milk. and iti -e'r\'t it to the!
Hl'---i atr they who keep open family is the secret of reaping tthe
Sri--\ !iwl.' t'll nmowed. and green full benefit from ai.a lg a gao.dI
hii r. I!, -lading them with well dairy cow.
pallintt'lli ha u-.-.
Ble-ssed are tt.e citizens of Flor- When farmers take mare interest
iida for a!, r .civ.c ctlnh if ; hf..t. reill in the work of farm fat%,s. the boys



In many townVi:- tilted meri'c lt.,s are.
omplaining because so much 4if the.
ade ge a's away frmni h Tne. They
nd fault with thie patronage to" mail
rdetr hlue. store in nea:tr-by cit*. <.
Ic. )lne tr. -ub), it, naiivy f th' !.
i\\ Ik>. i:H th: l ivie.''hli; ts1 d4 1,,
h \VW !W il'"l i t rl i -' 11 ;u \t %erT! 'lllv.
hlevy i,:lva niit in:t'f riti i tl',e lpeopilh.
f th'-ir ,' \vc'ii aitnitii nity :ildii near-ia\
haale' :ai .l :.hI tii 'a l t ." !*It'T" a>.\t
Sdi NX .'.I';:r:'iy til -tr,' < -',.I
a-ri- lflint i,, :; !'a. r rl l,. ;l II :. : t:I I a.
ig 11:i! ia'r.i r I. 'u'a whllia -e lilltUllt -
s ailhal u n .tdvertli-inet. la tak :tttr:.t j'i,
A th'e e t'i'w ,\\ ll>|e pla.a
T'hl e tr:h I t I t'erii;al iina: ,n a .,,.
hliea stay- at l.iin quit \'well. T"lh I
S Iiecall- .lr ll -ll I-..-' lle l a ,s a ru',.
:ave' realiz'.,l th,' :t:il ntatlt ,,f a u11l,
ity. Still hI re t, re r >n1e af thil-!
ill> eI Iit l ,'4-t ia.t a-k mlach ,If the I ..l
ralde tih t ( a--- ei.rl-e\\hn-re. if I ,ti \
luhli rel t ull rly infi'rm lh. e pe p.iir -
,, the It r ,,af ini-, lth y ,,flerinti.

The Community Organizations

..\l, ,ll. ,,.\ aa ,an ml ui inty at'l :t':
z:at ina -, 1h- l '. '.tri,.! f',r thl' lie r,
'it ta" "l'ar'iit iii]l:. lbeg, in I lnctin, ati.
'tt iv' ly v ;: i il.. 'Ilie | -ai N. \\ hi-, l,
.ire t, !>e.. n ,. e mi. .l citiz. n- I.. ,
";e l -:; ll t f: '" l '!l ;i .n ., l in l ;i s i I .. ,
, i 'f t ili t- h, ''\ a':. aln i :tet r.
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dlent and Mrs. Coolidge are
':tshington after a wonder-
illler and western
-*.,re the tides of toiurists will
.>,ri! g foir a chance to shake
\\lth hi im. :tnd interrupt the
1**ll whiti'I : iiitchl of t natic.;al
.\'arli welfare depend And
:'tre the treamn of office seek-
] ite wendingr their way to the
XVi' ilt h, 11t'e. 1many of theil
< to. deanmonstr:atte that the iIn-
qualificat ilns they poss.'ss
.a :cceptetd because of their
pailit ical services.
:ghlt is stimulatevd liy new sur-
nt, amid contracts. The presi-
-:1s :a bi',roader point of view by
aa:\\ta. ft iint is hine surround-
".,r hii rest tin e.

Regulation of Stunt Flights

-mnlthilig will ha\e to lie done
.1 : th'e lw-ss ,of all these brave peo-
al \\ l. are trying trans-oceanic
.' *- :ld niet'r le'ing heard from
It i. li may lie aii that any such
ii. l'o mii a i.-lnl:i.n developmentlt in-
, ,> s:>ritlfi-.' ,' life, alid that peo-
p i. 'i'\. thl,- r.i i tai take their own
1l lti't -l' I losses discourage
do ,it' fii lil '- l l irpin:t miles. and thus
; : .1t v' lo inleit aof tihe art

licr t,>Xirinit'!wnlt will have toi regu-
i tl' Tnl >i::.>s tao which trails-
C i :atl::l'r nLIu t subltiit. .Many
-:i -a a' r a.lin L pas-sent'ilger.- for
i' r"' ii..l hi I .e atop 'ad, uni il :n
a ti* l I" >' ii, >. a;' 'ay i .-tc'llr tl.

\ iin' ,i \rr i 'i|,aj will keep al-
1I ;ilm ii!la lIoriala land fro-ni

S vI! Vn.i ln.ia, producing 'ows toa
a i hu tl a hi,.r. iin.t tIa yoliir neighbor.
aI h'u a '; a ii i l'Ie. : r ag:iinst him.


Try a T': t',.f I w-n .
rape this fai, .i ...
try, or human .r,.-:, .i ;
less to plant rat,
have a piece,. f r, :
or that can ki- i.,.:.
of manure' or ,, -,
says \V. F. ,'
crops spet'i--! '. a.,
mnlil Stat ion.

Rape can le a::',
like turnips in .... a
vated. I'i\'a: '..
before plain nig;
using 2 to p :
planted bi-roadca-:. 1
ready to grazte ;iv -
Keep plenty t.,: -."
while grazing olii ri..,

Pay your su.s r: :,: : -

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1: L. OLKPF.
City Auditor and Clerk.

Friday, September 23, 1927


I' IA ,,I hrlii tvilndu c'y in rI t:a..
,, ; t l r l the offering,
., ir'e in dift'erent pkldn-
I edill si;'.'d : !i -lud..
..! *,\\. n irrvy t tiltl n- -;' ,n
i .N\ \v Yotrk ,r <'Chi, a .
,i ._*, \\lh 'n t h Ir'rr l' \\ t :i' i,* !
'', n' fo r p;!t'4,-.11 I i
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And then



were quite alarmed about mother. She wouldn't
Seat, was terribly constipated, bilious, and seemed to
be fadinfast We thought it due entire to her 8 years
ot ae. But a neighbor briaiu-ht o cr a bottle of Dr. ('aldwelis
Syrup Pepsin and it %as really rernarkalle how she picked rigit
andnowshecaneven dance'around with hergrand-
dirn Now wearenever without S.rup Pepsin in
the house." (Name and addr,-; furnitLhcd up"n requst.)
Regulates Bowels of Old Folks
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is so palatable, sets so
welin the stomach, works so easily, so gently, so kindly
with old folks as to accomplish its purpose without o. c..
pain or other distress. For biliousness, sour J
coated tongue. constipation, and the lassitude, whether DCdI
d ChIldre, parents or those in the evening of hfe, S_- Ty D.
i recommended everywhere. It is sold by adngg SYRUP
For e free trial bottlae senlP name and ad.!ress to
?qisia Sgwp Compmy, Monhccdo, I aewi&

New Cables, Poics and Wire

AlDevoted to Your Service
igjob ot eztscnding aand imrovng the boiM2sepb@
in the South is enga~Ahik the b~wteet *UWCC
rmEatern Bofil Telephone wnrbwawri

ftue to the synt*rn this yv- iiil1 that the #vow q-
U'S6 for' &dttitkmian j d &ZWit
F i~m than 129.7410e,00.
RrIftdhis nemtytnpgita nbwi-sAntfu.' sb*1Of thk 00~
SOf U~A9exPemdflure, and 1'ipa-te fvice t9001111
L WAte is rmuoe. fflacleat. in r- tL~enW idmand MM m f
W the subscriber than ,%-'.'- f
LAt W year mwommua ~Lmt).. vfnW rfaati Iand &V-
I t" Ve usd ts, extend I f.L';nirpo~ye our service. h6
IN Oli'toada c&,ntaliaink: -. 62 earluads contain-
? g1,016 reels (4 caJbl 14 .r -vntaInaAu# 2,780 mile
OC Opper wie 6 carltm& a ,~ia~1.21t& miles of Iona
**ha AM !7 esarlads oontatrj.1B1, 290 duct f&A of andei'-
CtAd cndit
The ee etesft oit t, .. -tm under way Chi* yew
6de in5. I t Iigr~eat Tnt-au i .- 1: "r troonm~derts a
491"~.which ea'Mrwourtw.- Vuae kohem
001k 'ffo.tstu serve vaau J'
DAVID LAIRD ~Cirfda Managee-


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Electric Fixtures







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Friday, Sept.uab.t 23. 1327 NASSAU COUNTY LEADER. FERNANDIN~ FLORIDA Page Three


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I Nov

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i Rhode Island


HAS. BERIE.FOl), Proprietor

v taking orders for

member Baby Chix

Reds and Barred Plymouth Rocks at

15c each

other Hen and 20 Chix

The Strangle Hold
Wunne-"I can't understand
I was so dizzy last night. I
L I- -1--- 1,

i hnad one glass.
,$5.00 | Guyee-"Yes. but they kept :11.
$5. ing it."
I Literal Lea
EGGS FOR HATCHING, $1.25 PER SETTING "This is 'perfectly 'stunn e.
Gently screamed the college v. it
-.....I..II .I ..I .......UUIIIIf l!hmfII :lnllh' I lll l l f l flla I IIi illlulllllulnIII IIII nim u l UU as the burglar socked him one na
the head.
OUR NEIGHBOR, CALLAHAN WORTH SEEING AT THE REX "Am I the first girl you ever k s-
Callahan, Sept. 17.--Mi.- N 11lide There are so many outstanding "Now that you mention it, you lo
Sutton is now enjoying a i i: o4f features in the Tiffany Production, look familiar."
several weeks with relative ;and "Lost At Sea," which will be shown
friends in Waycross, Ga. at the Rex Theatre next Tuesday. So It Goes
Dr. N. V. Venson and l':mai!. ,f that this reviewer is somewhat in a' "Arthur seems to find it hard to
St. George, Ga., have come t., ('al- quandary where to begin. meet his expenses in school."
lahan to make their home. The town That it is a dramatic story, full ofi "Gosh, not me. I meet thin
is glad to welcome them. tense and gripping action plus act- wherever I turn."
Cadet Geo. Henry Stokes irti C(a- ing of the highest quality, is the first
det James Dixon, of Jacksniville. thought that enters tilthe mind of the A e Hour
left Monday night for Batriesville, reviewer. Then again the smooth- She: "I just blew myself :t
Ga., where they will re-enter t;ordont ness of the story, the simple but rich I l
Military Institute. Mr. Raley .Jones dressing of the sets, and the splend- new dress.
accompanied them on their motor id photography, all combine in mak- He: "Do you always put them
trip to Barnesville, where hli will ing "Lost At Sea" a picture worth-n that way"
make a short visit before returning. while seeing. A
Miss Helen Bryce and lI,,Roerti Jane Novak as the leading woman Anythin wrong?
Bryce, of Bryceville, were in I far surpasses herself in her emotional "May, I'm surprised! You're dress
Callahan on Sunday. scenes. She does not depict "mo- barely covers your body."
T. H. Davis, of Hilliard. a> : bus- tion picture" emotion, but there is a "Well, what's the matter with my
iness visitor in Callahan on Tues- genuineness to her acting that body.?
day. brought its message from the screen
Mr. Leon Sikes, of Norfolk. Va., to the audience. Then there is a Fair Questions
where he is stationed with the Ma- clever little lad. Billy Kent Schaefer, Were you ever out with the girl

Householders who have furnished.
rooms or apartments for light house-
keeping for rent are requested to
write the Chamber of Commerce,
giving full information.
Applicants for light-housekeeping
accommodation are expected to in-
crease and the secretary can not in-I
telligently direct persons making in-
s(uirv unless full information is fur-1

Dollars spent at home return to
the spender in better police protec-
tion, better fire protection, better
S schools and better churches.
ised to having people treat me like
vh\ a lady."
Sil" ,"l, they ever discover their mis-
-1 ".

A Bad Trait
.Tewveler-"I don't like that new
h'erk you've hired."
Manager--"Why not. sir?"
"ilv takes things too, easily."

Brilliant Cus
J udge--Thirty days -"
Speeder-"O)h I know
Thirty days hIatt S ep

Mebbe So-Mebbe So
Milknmn-"It looks like
( ',toter-"'Ye' it does.
.- faint flavor of milk."

that one!
t e in b e r,

but it

And a Real One
1: v-var.,d AXrthur awo~tke at
Oe' i Clock ini thet' ornini,.
lTHIII(,ile:I story. iotiv.thr,''he beg-

4.(iiie1 deai','' tephuid lw. mot'ther.

IN 111C lI411I'll4* I~t 'l. N %sI

v \ ''~ I. 1 di F-1rat. ~

The Steak You Cannot Resist

is the one your w\\ift- broil~1
for you-the ,'v., that
comes frnt r r '.
Pay a little in.r. :i.,i i:, t
the choic.4t ;' ,, :
at this nmark.:. \V,
ise you uni q : i .,
day by d:iy \\h: ; ,
chase frmn iii

Island City Market

F. H. HOBIEN, Proprietor

Center and Third Streets



A head waiter, the most famous in The best of workr., ,
all Europe, meets a beautiful Amer- sorts when the liver 'il .: .
ican heiress while vacationing incog- feel languid. half'-swi.k. .
nito at a fashionable Alpine Inn. A discouraged and think 1
visiting king greets him with delight. ting lazy. Neglect of .
The hotel attendants wait on him toms might result in :,i ,
hand and foot. His every whim is therefore the sensithl,.. ,.
immediately satisfied. Daughter and take a dose or two ofl" r!, :.. I:
wealthy papa decided that verily this just the medicine .. i .c :
handsome gentleman must be "some- the system and re-tot. iti \ n
one." Time flivs and their frien.dslhip ambition of health. I'riw,, ,I,
quickly develops. At the end of tlis by Horsey's Drug Sior,. I ,
furlough, seeing thet yawning gulf and ('onner's Drug st,<.. 4, ,
which divides him from the girl. our
distinguished stranger decides tt, You like to live I a r
spend one glorious night and leave town. Prosperity, like
her life forever. The ice carnival n Prosperty, like d.:lr y. i.e
takes place and after it-our friend gins at home. Every dollar ya cckI t
writes a note describing the chasm out of town is a check lon v .U t.,. It
which separates them before taking prosperity. r:ule at hon,..
the next train to Paris. Days pass. I0ow about :u ,ri:i' tl
One fine evening who should enter Chamber of m('orrinetrt
his dining room but the girl! What
happens? Don't forget, she imagine>,
that the chasm he described has CLOTH, O

rines, is enjoying a vacation with who had more than one man and wo- who- T,. 1M.\NY i.:In:'i \. ii :li.. and ithnnhis hign state; she doesn't realize
relatives and friends here. man in thhe audience furtively wiping Blushed when you cracked the I 'I.. :' ni,,1' ,'.i li,.'. ,I'vs.- that he is only a head waiter.
relativehandfriendsvele.i;inBinhehwh.nymcracked..I t, all p-r-a
Mrs. L A. Roberson, of Thomas- a moist eye. Huntley Gordon, Low- risque joke? i.,- :,,.I .,1 ,:,,. .im.,,,,, illl.,,,,.s t That's the situation around which
ville, Ga., spent a short while with ell Sherman. Natalie Kingston, Joan Was horrified at the idea of s',.,.r i. ..'. M.n:,, .,lie-,,-, I"t- Adolphe Menjou's new Paramount 1
c +ns, 4 I" -I I. 'I. I A< I, I I ti I l,,ll,, in g
friends here while en route to Jack- Standing and William R. Walling parking? 41.cri.-*i,..,i i:taii s.iti:it.,i in Nassau picture "Service for Ladies" reach
sonville. were all excellent in their various Refused to let you kiss her the ".,'.', hll,' l .riht. title an ing the Rex Theatre next Monday.
Miss Allberta Chancey, attractive Iroles. first time you tried? interest ,1 ipirt i tilt. it'rrst part. in Sept. 24;th, has been built. Kathryn
guest of Miss Helen Bryce. who has The story tells of the complications Was insulted when you offered a"nii, "i, ,' ii '.1 I|,.' '-rl-;te. (t'l'il Carver is the star's new leading wo-
4,1f St all;tsll l In,'Y 4 .4 4lt situlate in Svt-
the distinction of being voted "Miss that arise after the sinking of an her a swig of scotch? titon "Tlhirt. 4::i1. Ti '. wn.siii Threre (:t man. Harry D'Arrast directed.
Wayne County, of Jesup, Ga., ac- ocean liner and the unexpected re- W'*re old fashioned corsets? N,,rth. l.,i 13t. l'\.h' -,' .t-ht (2s ) Oeast.
companies by Miss Bryce, of Bryce- turn of the husband who has report- Had to be home by ten o'clock? sad .,ti,. mii,. i,y s. A. ses- PUBLIC NOTICE
.ar ill April. 1 fid. i at ld .,'liril,.td and PUBLIC NOTICE
ville, spent Friday in Callahan,, the ed drowned. It would be unwise to Yes; so were we! 1, 4'i.,1', it ,. ,\ ,' .,i'f ,.i ,' Thirtty-
guests of Miss Juanita Stokes, from reveal the intensely interesting situ- *i .n <:. ,i. i.. t.. :' mr Public notice is hereby given
whence Miss Chancey returned to ation that presents itself, as it would They Are Like That r, it il,,,i it, ,.t. ,,i i. frn ('. neither the Master, Owners, Agtents
Jesup. take the edge from the surprise twist Dame-"You dear little man. ,,klite u,. ..'*l, n*t m, e. re- nor Consignees of the British S
Miss Mamie Jones left Wednesday in the story. Where did you come from. What it. .ia., Nassau "NINIAN" will be responi-
for Lakeland, where she is to re- "Lost At Sea" was suggested by are you?" baVIi'Rl' s MT\.;, v OVK Hle for debts of any character con
sume her studies at Southern College. the Louis Joseph Vance story "The Man-"I'm a college professor." 1.1 I., has ile,1 :t 1111 of o'rmi.;inlit in traced by any officer or member of
Miss Jones is a talented vocal and pi- Mainspring" and was more than ab- "Isn't that too cute for words., th. a, ,titl. .'; a'. ::iusL yau the crew of said steamer whatsoever
;itiiia otl 'rs. Ili \ h'%liii '-his lit '+ra s fqor all
ano student and won honors at Sou- ly directed by Louis J. Gasnier. Oh. please do something absent- 'r.Iaer cat'll-I .'iL I' .. t ,i',it ,nnitrt re- other than by Master. Furthermore,
then College this past year. She is, The picture will he the feature at- minded." la ti .'r n ,"0111gn s1rit 1 LI when such bills are contractted, the
a member of the Glee Club and plays traction at the Rex Theatre for next m.i f.ninii ii I,,, a s.rlt i ,i i rght, undersigned agents will not be re-
the- piano in the school orchestra. Tuesday. There's a Difference lr iiitit I:ti si. l r til so nsible for payment of same unless
The election of the city officials "I'll have you know sir, that I'm atlto i.rr gvenilt, ,.hf. It,,, thn,.riere it debtors have bills properly approved
was held on Wednesday, which re-i Only workers pay for their keep. sil:1:I. h :s. .vt .eor by Master of vessel and keep in
suited in the election of Mr. V. S. This is true. ,f cows and chickens as the. .i.ti.,nl i ,,,,a,. n:,,'.,I. ,'ith touch with this office as to vessel's
St. John as mayor. The councilmen well as bet's Iand en. IN THE C TH I rUI' 'I'IT <'OI;HT. FoInTiI kIHn>\in ;iItl i ikii..\\. i .wi ;t ew.i:ir t.I the
are: G. II. Stokes, J. M. Spurlock. JUICrIAL. CIlRtIT or Fl.0ell. hi. ill r .*4npl ii .i n I. l .-i..i on thedeparture, when they will be notified
IN AND FOR NASSAU' '41'' rule t:\..' If 'It, ,*r..\ 1, 1'127. I-intin. time at which their bills must be
J. Cox, W. W. Hodges, J. J. N. ('on- IN ('HANCEIR. i..inl. it,,tr ::...rA 1i2.. :tl the in
ner. With this bevy of officers at charge and are managing the dining NftLE A. HARIi (inlividu.all 'f t iI li. Itr. i ; ,ur seurett l settlement. to
the head many improvements are an- room and stllai fountain at the Cal- and JO(HN HICIARi)SON IfAltii:i:. Hi',us i Intih. 'il *,I i" intl4.4. il'ior
ticipated in the near future for our ida lHotel. JR.. and ELLA DAVIS IARDIEK. a:,s i.. or oth.iri-: .* ,a ..-r,. i,* pro inf.s- BAILEY-DAVIS CO., INC.,
Executors and as Trustees oif thi. l;i-t Ib will lo. *.i.-r.d l:. .ii: i- .,. ;il ;l i, Agi
town. M- :. anil .rs. I. L. Osborn. Stew- Will and Testaniment of JOHN ltit'il- fr Yii. and it Agents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones have taken art Osborn. Ilampton Cason, of Hlil- ARI 'SN HAIRDE I (also k nwt' :,.s I'tTl.:I: 11::1F .:! tha t this o-r--
Joh.n It. iHardee). late 4f it it\ *,f ,.r i e liri hetl ,I,,.i. v ;I.a f,,r fipur
liard, were visitors in Calllahan on |Ferianldina;. County of Nassau,. i .1.1:1. 's, ons<*utiv,% \\'t l. -i ..t i,. I. th" aid rsil. Your town depends upon the mon-
':Tuesday. Ideceas. plainants. : i "The .it' l. i,.t.r." ey spent in it by its citizens for its
il..ui., iiii ,m ,,,iiu .i The l{;aptiit ('hurrch is holding a V.. I Frii:ai idl :,, Fli.tri ON INCOMPAN -se~rie r,.iaal n,.t ryn 1.) I'. 11AMILTO N tEAIoT V.\% IllWI'I'NI'ESS ,I,' hi ,,I :,-h.r i\ :,,,i tilt-
S MON HIN COMPANY i al -ings. Everyone I.'STMINT C( 'ANY. a .'Il, .- 1 1' th, ,. li :t it. (,,ult porous city-trade at home.
is urged l., ;alttend. 1ti1 organized and existing uii Next Door to Chung Li 1 Mrs. L.o,,ird. representing the laws tie tate f l'lorida, <. this efh ,.nt ,, i I I.::"
t,- l 3 u. < 11 -,. defendant. 1; *" I.'ll.. Trade at home! Money spent away
Sing's Laundry Baptist II,,.l for childrenn gave a --tIrEfCnr-- ,M ,r r. T'..,,,I. :,-: *,, y. fTrade at home! money spen awayb
Smost iimr, tin f 1ouKCLost'RK OF M< >HT;.\;: ri..rid;, from home doesn't pay our home lab-:
NFW ORIENTAL STORE e. program, fowed by I 'rk orer, or teachers' salaries, or repairs
ET : a s*'F t'eeh .ti n giteining listeners as to () KlFi :l. 4 s K .tVICE: K Y I'l'il.l1' \- ti' i r.ui rt S L.;i ,epair
Dishes, Vases, Flower Contain- the o, i .t llnt methods of the home I TION main i!.rt i i., 1' I. ,rn-i'l Nt oni the school buildings. Taxes have
e ~.i'niB IkII4.h..1:, ,iii.. -i"l. .,li- to le increased to make up this loss.
ers, Fans of All Kinds, Silks, on Sunla m.,,rning. Mrs. Leonard Th... State of Florida: *t,,r rir..i. '' a it :to make up this loss.
a Teas and Other Goods was ass.i-tt Il thlt- program by a Too: ;E FM. '. I ll. t ILT :.....r t t H -
UR AN! INVESTMKNT ('4 FMI'AN% NUTI'mII.: iEl' sli4 tinl,m It'I'IH'S .. ..
MODERATE score ,f 1iaill children which were ,t SrouhMODERAt TE1. t n from the Yu art h'rely requiredI to ap,
Sbrougt t1PRICES lll: fronm the home. t,. th,.e i of ',oniplaint filed Ihi,. n N,,tice. is lii.l.v ti., in. -l:it Pursuant
= PRICES -- Miss Cl .ii'g:1 r.t (ason. oif Hilliard, : la:itin.t youL in the a.iove suit on ..r ,,.- to.iiiil I,. \ritu,- -.I i.t ,* t.ail fini al
w f1 1r rtore t l t- r rd isay of r tolt er. A. II 1'-.17. l-,4 f> i -.. i. ,..~iir .lli'l >,l4- iii~illf
SCome and See For Yourself I and Mr. I I:rl..-s Rice. of Jackson. the sane being the. First Miri.lhe ,!; ,nt,.r.'i ,l t.. :t i Auus ist. o)
ville', Wert t- -ili.x in (':tll;hian toi said ninth f 4 (t,-iober antd ti .- \ I I'-'. i\ tie i ..;ir..all'- le t t /
iu HiWDli %Mldn suiv i' ill said ru14111th. Ti tr:i, .I-II'I 4I 1 1l' 1 t u( t urt 4of
tThe "NASSAU COU'NTY"" ti. F.uirth .Jul. i.I 1.t uit il and f.,r
S Mr. Ed Iat\i. it and Mr. Charley Hall is hereby designated as tihe ti.e-pr I .,s;i u 'o ,lUt' l.'lt .. 11 t'h:litn-ery.
of lFern "arilin I 1, iii. ri1iw in whi'ih this order shall I*' iubl,ii.i,.d >ii ilh t *.rt;iln ..i. 11 ~-.i .4 B',turt
,cf. ernall Ina. l t low located here on,,,. a week for four .u. i.*i.,1 .. pti, ing. i,.-.intit .I 1: I'l:iN\ ;I. 1- i
t Rl construction wrk. accomtt anlaied t;e -ks. ,.,1,.l;iilml l. .SlI:i .ml As -- I
L. "UNWALD Mr iik|' I Witnesls mny hand as (lerk ,,f -.d ;i EItl'': Ii Sl111: ltii'. \I wife. andi
L. GRUNWALD y Mr. Mickir. iured to ernan- Co.urt an d the seal eif saitd Iurt. tt \i.LAN 'tI<:St. 'N ati i S S''ATNToIN.
Optometrist and Master dina on \'wein'.ite the court t house of said Cuuntv ..i N.,s- .ii,'. d-f.i.,tt. t,1, un.ri- 1wl. as the i
0ptiia M rs. n 11 isal. In the City of Fernandina. 0 sl,-,-.a.l 11 :.- Ia tr i nll 1i i *i.i 11, ,l*r i .ipi.ntred
Optician Mrs. .. il. St.,k.s and daughter this 1st day of September. A lF I.'.7 i,' s.aid C..,ui t, \,n ite .,i1 ,he-, re-
All Derfe-tl o. Vision Slient.ll- Miss Juanita St.~',k..k. were in .Jack- A 'al erk of )'ru itdtturt a u 1 sml! cia.t 1 iil r. r I r.. t, hid
really ICorree ed sonville the fir.; ,f the week on ('unty. Florida. .,nil b,.st lie'l.r l. i Sh il1riiitT and 7.
shopping dinth,, Ilinton J. Haker. .ithilni the i, .l in1. .: -.; 'i t i.-\ it. -
s.tippin e. \;i ili i,, Solicitor for Complainants. 9-30 .,w.,.n th,- i ,ur- ,.' 11 '. *1k A.
;id 2111 ,,,'i., i k I .M le.f. re- the
IN THE COURT OF THE COINTY dor ,f th.- N.i_.tu i' iuinty ('..urt
JIDGE,I NASSAU COt. TY. I'LOR- Hi-use in thi- 'it' ..f F.rrla:tnd na. Nas-;
I IDA.-IN PROBATE. -.ll ount -':.,rial.i. ..t M.i,,lay. the I
:irIi day ,,f 4 '. t..,r. A. I 11'.27. thl- -ame.n
In Ite: Estate of .-ing a I-t:al sa:t!,.-, th priierty
U Jll N RICHARDSON. Deceased. :tid alremni.s A RW FE INAL NOTICE. t-,wit: that. ,rt:.n r. .-.,l iroperty situ-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIN that .ait and lying : ;n!, I,l-',g a11 the, County
,the undersigned will on the -";th d.iy ,,f Na.ssau ,iI .',tatt ,f Flor da. de-
G R of Octoler, A. D. 1927. present to, the as f..I:..w t..- it:
County. Florida. her final return. ae- \.,.'st Quarter iN\V' ) ,f the N.orth-
count and vouchers as Administratrix \.'-st quarter (N\V '. -',rd thl' North- PHONE
of the Estate of John Richardson. de- west Quarter (N %:,) .f the South- PHONE
ceaseUl, and at the said time then and ,-est Quarttr (s\\ ', J,f Section Six-
there make applleation to the sani ,.in (it;; und ;!l f S.-ti<,n Seoen-
T Y THE Judge for a final settlement of hr t,.,-n (1.); all 4;!1 Township One e(1) A I
S*** administration of said estate, and for N,,rth. Ianze T.1rnt\-four (24) East;
an order discharging it as such Admin- the said property being sold to satisfy
istratrx. said dvcreeI
hWf h Dated this the 25th day of August J Idr STEWART.
SA. ). 1927. AA s peial %aster I .iChancery.
f1e Slo p A-de Solocitor u' .npL'nnt. 9-30 1 1 S .1 r
Administratrix of the Estate ofP. Joi0r o Folcitor fre C,,np J:nant. 9-30
WoRichardson. deceased. 8-26 to 9-2.'
"It's the Next Best Place to Home For Ladies and Gentlemen" IN COUNTY JUDGE'1I OURT. NA sALt
COU'N'rTYFLOIlA _I----.- niiii rpt--. NASS AUCost. PIlop

I ATTHEW iIA V' Wt) )i
N. 3rd St., Bet. (Ccit'l.r :utlI
Alachuia St riv-et
Satisfaction (uaraiinteed
Phone 158

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I Send Your Dyeing
and Cleaning To

611 Main St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
We prepay parcel p<: tat"
oi returnling. FloridA.', liarge.t
.and finest cqtuippe j trcncl
dry cleaning g a n3 :.t.ini
eyeing plant.


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SNo. 50



In re Estate of
Besides serving Hot Waffles at any hour of the day or night, G. W.. oGuynn. deceased.
-Toall Creditors. Legatees. Dsitriu,ut~ee.
e serve the best of Regular Meals nd Short Orders at very and all Persons having claims or de
we serve the best of Regular 'MelS mands against said estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby ne-
reasonable prices., tified to present any claims and de-
mands which you. or either of vou. ma'
,have against the estate of G. W. Gu'\nn.
deceased. late of Nassau County. Flor
ida. to the Honorable County Ju'dle it.
and for Nassau County. Florida. at his
-P office In the Nassau County Court
SA POHouse. In the City of Fernandina. Flor-
ida. within one year from date of the
,first Publication hereof.

In tousty oar I TUI..a i v I -- t
Ida-SBy the C'ouaty Jedge of said
VHEIEAS l. ee Pr.L i has applied,
to this court for Letters of Aiminis-
tration on the Estate of John D.
Knight. deceased, late of said County
,f Nassau.
:ind admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of said deceased.
to lie and appear tef,-re this ('Court, on
,,r before the 24th day of September.
A. D. lI.27. and fie objections. If any
they have. to the granting letters as
aforesaid, otherwise the same will be
granted as prayed.
WITNESS my name as County Judge


Office First Floor Waas


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Friday. SePteluber 23. 1927

Page Three


Friday, September 23., 192




No. 20 North Second


Entered at the I'o.s
Fernandina. Florida. .at
lasss Mail Matter.


I,'al and Long Di
Phone, 40

(int Year........
six Months .
Single Copy

Many of the cattle sh-w.s have
most everything on exhibit except

In their efforts to acquire a resi-
de.nce on Easy street, a great many
people become easy marks.

The girls outnumber the l boy in
many high schools,. but the boys are
,infident that they know enough

You can't expect a schoolboy to
look thoroughly happy until his new
school clothes have become torn and

Claimed the supplies of raw mater-
ials are falling off. but the profes-
sors who I,,ok over the new college
students %will not say so.

The more money we spend on the
Philippines, t, make them prosperous
and happy, tlOe more they want to be
independent -f us.

I'resident Coolidge has got back
to the White house, but the neigh-

wake them up again.
Taxes will be high and government
more or less inefficient as long as
many million voters take part in the
affairs of the country on that princi-
The schools and colleges sliould do
more to arouse their students to'take
an interest in political affairs. It is
quite as important for them to get an
idea as to how their city and state
and country are run. as to study th,
wars of the early colonists against the
Indians, or the history of Greece and
Clubs and community organiza-
tions ought to have more debates on
political questions, and the members
should not go to sleep or complain
of headache when these subjects are,
brought up. However, the news-
papers are doing a lot toward pro-,
moting this political forethought. The
people who read them carefully are
the ones who will determine the fu- C.
ture of the country and State of


It is frequently remarked that one garden


Very sati.ifa tory progress. i: .-
ing made in the campaign for o,..n
; planting and many farmers :not

'l's are b lusy prepairm-gsii

REV. S. M. HOPSON SUCCEEDS Railroad traffic has.- liei inintred
THE REV. F. B. WAKEFIELD by automobile competlit ii. Ii t tith
railroads get a good ideal it" I*uini--
Ililliard. Sept. 2).- It will bie of carting home the pe't -jle h wi. r.t e
interest to members and the many smlashted up on motloi.r titir:..
friends of Bethany lHall Mission to -
know that the Rev. Sidney M. llopson Pull for Iernandina or pull out.

biors have not complained that it is of the essentials of prosperity is the beds. Best advice shows that itlt
any noisier around there than usual. element of confidence. If there is variety selected, Australian Brown,.
a general feeling in the business will not germinate as early as tit'
The world is said to lack any great community that business will be Bernmula and October seed Iedl
men at this time, but this fails to good, then it commonly is good. But, planting has been determined as he--
consider the football heroes and prize if people get panicky and fear dis-ling the proper time to put in their
fighters. aster, then disaster is rather sure to seed.
come. j Final arrangements foir the plant-
The teachers are doing their best That truth applies to the individual ing of the Chamber of Commnterce,
to beat knowledge into the heads of and the company and the corporation acre were made at the last meeting
their pupils, but it often takes a gim- in building up its own prosperity. It of the Board of Governors and Mr.
let to get the same inserted therein, has to feel some certainty of success Joe Hendricks will make the seed bi-d
before it can win that success. !on his farm. using one-half acre ,n
When people hate to get back from. That feeling of confidence and cer- the Citrona farm of Mr. Everett Mi-
vacation and go to work, it often hap- tainty is necessary not merely to give zell, one-quarter acre on the plot of
'inis that the boss is equally reluct- force to its own efforts, but it is ground on South Third street nenr
ainti to see them return, necessary for its efforts on the public Cedar and one-quarter acre on thi'
,mind. If a travelling salesman walks farm of Dr. IIHumphreys near the otI
In view of the way the trans-ocean- into the business house to which he Kydd place.
i" flights have come out, most of us hopes to sell goods with an apologetic Mr. A. S. Lawton. county agent.
hal:et decided not to spend our next and timid air. and fails to assert has placed thirty pounds ito seed i n
w~,e'k-end in Paris. strongly the merits of his goods. if the county and states that indica
lith merely claims they are "just as tions are that the farmers who ag;reet'
lMost parts of the country complain good" as something else, he will not to plant this crop) really mean busi
of too much rain, but at least no onesell much stuff. If he does not feel ness. The secretary has reserve:
can refuse to take baths on account that his lines are superior and if he tions for many seed orders from iln
of shortage of water. is not ready with talking points to dividual gardeners on the island an.!
prove that they are superior, he will for sufficient quantity to plant s ever
not be an efficient salesman, lal acreage' plots in lithe Ililliard set
Being told they should give more The same principle applies to the tion.
thought to the great problems of sale of goods in any kind of store. With the ,,ppo.,rtunity to follwo
modern life. the sports say they are It has to feel a certain confidence in methods used byv Mr. Irendricks cut
doing their best to decide who will the merit of its goods, and it has to tivation for the (Chamher of (C'n,
win tlie world series. express that confidence by a som'e-! merce. people on tlit island shliil.t
what aggressive policy of advertising. lie successful in grn'tii;g onions. 'I:'.
The young people are told to fol- If it simply keeps silence about its thing to dio ni.w i to get sed i.ed
low in thelt footprints of great men, wares, and hopes that a reasonable ready and e\e.ryv \ione initeltin i.,,
andi many respond by seeking to emu- share of the public will drift in natur- plant even : .gardt.en plit '-f Im it il
late thli footprints of the track ally without any self assertion on its should get in touirch with lthe t'l:tli i
athletes., own part. it does not impress the of 'tmmerce ad al-rranige fur >-.
public that it has goods of special so that there' will I s. n,, di-: 1piiintl
Tli'e hitys are sent to college to get value. nientt. Let's all work toietlther .:11,i
knowledge into their heads, with the The well advertised store gives an grow i,,nie eiiioii- ..n tlIt i.l:indl.
-tiult that they get splendid training impression ,if confidence, strength
fir their feet on the football field, and success, and of the superior N O T I C E
irnuler track, and dance floor, merit of its goods, in a way to create
a similar confidence in the mind of This office has re,-ei\t e an a;ppl
It used to be feared that the col- the public. The idea is created that cation for a War Itepartment't permit

1I- students would know too much,
'ut after one watches their manners
for awhile, there does not seem to be
'iny reason for alarm on that score.

Claimed the American people
-hiouhl take more interest in politics,
but anyway they are enough interest-
td so they are willing to accept
lucrative political jobs.

that store has unusual enterprise, and
is doing a large business based ton
superior values, and that sentiment
builds up business.


The idea prevails in many places
among the town boosters, that any
kind of population growth is desir-
ahi. Th..v will hustlI fur th i k.,Id

The people who formerly used to of new industry that seems likely toi
complain about the noise made by the bring in new people.
milk wagons. are now finding fault at Yet we can all ptiint to places
thie disturbance made by the trucks where there has been a marked
if the bootleggers., growth of population, but which arte
not considered desirable residence
THE PRESIDENT ON EDUCATION I places. They have grown too fast
for their own good. They have
I'rsidettnt Coolidge, in remarks drawn in a crowd of people who doi
Mnid--i at the South Dakota college at not pay much of any taxes for pub-
Brookinis. said that mere scholar-ilic improvements, and %who are not
'hfip will tend toward pessimism, un- able to buy substantial goods of the
le- more emphasis is placed on business houses.
Shatracter development and moral The first essential for develop-
ptw,, r. ment in a city or town. big or little.
P'-eple of earnest purpose will gen- is a certain thoroughness and sub-
erally agree with him. Many crooks stantial quality and finish in the
are brainy men, having plenty of edu- things that are done. This spirit de-
cattiin. but the moral element was mands a certain standard of quality
knulhow lhft out when they were to be adhered to. If it puts up a
trained. An education that teaches public or business building, it wants
people how to do things, without T- one that will look well built and ade-
gard to the ends and purposes for quate. It does not necessarily have
uhich they shall do them, is not a to be very costly, but it needs to be
safe thing for the country. good of its kind and to bte well cared
In selecting college and school for.
teachers. inquiry should be made not The same is true of the homes. In
merely as to whether they thorough- the town of thorough and substantial
ly understand the subjects taught,! finish,. the citizens are ashamed to
but whether they have shown a gift put up flimsy looking buildings that
for in-piring y,,ung people to con-!look as if they would nomt last. It
form too fune ideals If they have nanlwants to do things well and thorough-

r n the Stiouthern Hell Teltphone :in.:
Telegraph Compl:tiny, of .lirt'k-oni \ill, .
Florida. to lay a stilinmarilln c:lbhle
ross Kingsley'.> Creek at the Se':il i;r.
Air Line Railway Company''v'- hbridg
near Fernandina. Florida.
Plans for this work may bt'e t''n :
this office, r'oonml t l2 7 I'ot (f fitc
Building. Sn\:l:nn l, (. G;;.. and :it Ill
Su -l)District -nEii' t-etr office. I'rim
wick. (;a.
If you ha:\e ariy ,,lijectiiir to tl.
issuance itf this per'int. phtlase nolit
this .t'ffin- in -r Itel'ore S. pt 27th. I'27.
Major. C'rpI of Enrinvtern; 1): tri,


Sunday. Sept. 2'.ith. %will lie the la-'
Sunday of our tassoci;atiinal year :r.
we are very anxious to have ;a rtc
number present. and if yotu art .
meniber. or should e' :a riemb r
won't you try to be with us.
First Bapti-t Sunday Schoo|.
.Ja-. A. Smith. Sup
them well built and substantial. wit!
well jgradtled and attractive ground .
In the finished town. the people
feel that .-lack looking pllact-, are .i
disgrace. It nmay not griow very fa-t.
but it is prosperou- and its people
can afford to pay fair :ized taxe-
Business i.- good at the :-ttore. lit.
cause the ietople ha\e money t'
But to accomplish this result. w.
must look tto the individaul citizen .
and home own-.-r to keet uu his ,prop-

has been appointed rector of this mis-
sion in place of the Rev. F. B. Wake-
field, wl'ho left to take charge of St.
Marks Church. i'alatka, several
months ago. Mr. Hlopson, whose home
is in Leesburg, Fla., has just complet-
ed several years of study in Philadel-
phia and was ordained a deacon in
St. Marks Church. Ortega. on the
11th inst. the beautiful and impres-
sive ceremony being performed by
Bishop Frank A. Juhlian.
Mr. Ilopson. who will reside in Hil-
liard, will devote a large share of his
time to the work there, but will also i
have charge of the missions at Orange
Park and St. Georges Island.
A hearty welcome and the assured
tIO-operation ,of the members of
I'.ethany Hall await Mr. Hopson, who
will hold hi.s first service in Ililliard
.0n Sunday next. the 25th in.-t. A
',',rdial invitation lti attend is extend-
,(l to all.

The country is fairly safe for,
:it1(ut two months more. until Con-i
11r-'t's reassemblelI's to save the

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'IF it is often remarked that the
ER i American people do not become
-deeply roused on political issues until
FRIDAY they feel the pinch of political mis-
Itakes on their own personal interests.
Street They go about their business in their
ORIDA happy go lucky way, "letting George
do it" in the political field. But all
Editor Iat once it often appears that George
has not managed things properly. ;. I
t they might well expect if they do, n-1t
..... t hiok after him carefully.
Then when people find busiit-s!
falling off, and their own interes-
Sr'l:- a.iffected, and money scarce and mary I
XT1IN people out of work. and various diffi-
-- 'culties affecting conditions in whichli
distance they are personally interested. thi n'
they get thoroughly mad and turn
out to the polls, and kick someone oft ,
of office. Frequently they kick the:
wrong people out. and put in sonie
* ;that are no better. But anywayv the
,,, kicking out relieves their feelings.
Then they again become absorbed in,
I their own private affairs, and neglect I
-- the duties of citizenship until some-
thing happLnis to then personally t-,

Friday, September 23, 1927





ROTARIANS MET AT THE Last year Mr. Boyd gave the school
KEYSTONE ON MONDAY library a very fine set of the Ameri-
can Enclycopedia. hound in full
The Fernandina Rotary (,11 he.l Morocco. This year, on the eve of
its regular weekly luncheon at the his departure for his new home in
Keystone Hotel Monday. after meet- Virginia, he made the library another
ing for several weeks at th. l I'rnan- splendid gift of books-books of
dina Beach casino. Whi!e the rare value which show the keen dis-
dining room was not open, .Albert crimination of a cultivated mind.
Simon, the genial manager oif the ho- Hundreds of dollars are represented
tel. provided one of his fanimou mnials in the monetary value of these books.
for the Rotes and it was enjoyed by It is impossible to represent their
the large number present. worth to the children who will have
Matters pertaining to the club in the privilege of using them in the
a business way were discussed, after years to come. The pupils and teach-
which Albert Simon introduced his ers of the Fernandina school are
guest, Mr. L. A. Boyd. who was leav- deeply grateful to Mr. Boyd for this
ing next day to take up his residence splendid gift. anti they assure him
in Fredericksburg, Va.. Mr. Boyd that they will ever show their appre-
addressing the club and expressing citation bv a faithful care and constant
his regrets over the fact that he wasuse of the books. It is with regret
his regrets over the fact that he was
leaving the city, after a residence that Fernandina gives up one who
here of nearly six years. Everv mem- has so endeared himself to our people.
her of the club who was prestry mex- both young and old, and the best
ber of the club who was ivres.Bnt wishes of all go with him to his new
pressed deep regret over Mr. Boyd's h
departure and nothing but good
wishes accompany him and a keen de-
sire that he will return to Fernan- CHICKEN SUPPER
dina in the future to again take up
his residence. .
A fried chicken supper with cream
and cake will be served by the ladies
MR. L. A. BOYD DONATES of the First Baptist Church at the
BOOKS TO THE SCHOOL Yulee Community House next Thurs-
-day evening. Sept. 27th. beginning at
The Fernandina High School has 15:30 o'clock. Price, 75c. The pat-
never had a more loyal and truly in- ronage of the public will be appre-
terested friend than Mr. L A. Boyd. ciated.


SL. A. ANDRUaWs. Mamger


MONDAY-Starring Adolphe Men. something new and different. Miss
you in "SERVICE FOR LADIES." A Ruthe is a professional dancer and
romantic comedy of parisian hotels. promises :all a treat who see it. 10
A Prince of head waiters falls in love and 2.5c.
with a Princess of head twisters.i
You'll laugh at love and love to THURSDAY "MOJAVE KID,"
laugh. (Mrs. G. G. Gerbing.) A starring Bob Steele in one of the
good comedy. 10 and 25c. greatest \Vestern pictures ever shown
,on the screen. (Mrs. E. II. Flood,
TUESDAY-Starring Huntly Gor- Yulee. Fla.) Actions and thrills
don in "LOST AT SEA." A picture galire. Ill and 25c.
of real entertainment quality. There'
are certain situations in "Lost at' F R I D A Y-"SILENT LOVER."
Sea" that completely fool the audi- First natwn'mal attraction, starring
ence, and which hold them in breath- Milton Sills in a desert drama. This
less suspense. (Mrs. J. J. Cone.) ;is '. "'* Sills' strongest and best
Also a good comedy. 10 and 25c. pictiur.-. (Ml:. J. McLellan.)
AA li a.Isii <-ind- ly. This is prize
WEDNESDAY-"PAINTED PON- night. l 1land 2l5c.
IES," starring Hoot Gibson in a red
hot Western. This is one of Gibson's SATURDAY-Starring the ever
latest releases, and is said to be the popular Fred Thompson in "SILVER
greatest Western picture ever filmed. COMES THRU." A whirlwind West-
(Mrs. A. W. Jackson.) Also a good ern. S",nthing different of the
comedy.wind s it planes is the urge and
cmedy. thrill of ,i,.a ly conflict. (Mrs. H.
A SPECIAL ADDED -ATTRAC I'. Liviin-tiin.) Also a good comedy.
TION-BETTIE RUTHE in a com- 7th chapti.r ,f th ,. "Riddl. Riders."
edy and jazz dancing act. This is 10 and 2-.7.


Lighting Brightens The


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.

Rene Lacoste, great French ten-
nis ace, has finally toppled our Big
Bill Tilden from the throne he
runed so many years. Lacoste won
the American title last year-and
this month defeated Tilden-the
team taking the Davis cup to
The British steamers Romanby of
8600 dead weight tons and Ninian of a
9700 dead weight tons loaded par- s
eels of phosphate rock this week and
sailed for other ports to complete f
cargo. a
These two ships are only two more t(
definite illustrations of our lackl ,f

Everyone enjoyed to the utmost SENATOR J. B. STEWAR1 Is
Ohio Smiek., Qirl i the readings given by Mrs. Florrie APPOINTED DISIT DiPl;:
L Griffin and Miss Marguerite Griffin.
of Jacksonville, and also the little! Fernandina l.d. \ ... 1: 1
!Miss Kathleen Curtiss. who is a pupil O. E., has been tn.,i .' ..
of the two ladies just mentioned. 'pointment of S<-in:t.1'r .1 I
When we say Mrs. hDennis King. as district deput. .
Louis Ferreira and Joe Dana form-i Senator's territoluv *.: e .

chorus of four other little girls, was United Stater r,,Ivir:.- I.
as graceful as could be and respond- to that city for i-i ..n s
ed to an encore.
Miss Vesta Prewitt.- with her vio- Many of4 o-1.r I ,\ :ti I'
lin, and Miss Frieda Swearingen, their waste paltp'r I l:
who accompanied her at the piano, dent that the in-u :,i .,l .1 1
were at their best and were loudly nothing else ( to,,, I,! '.., i
applauded. them.
Mr. David O'Hagan charmed the
.. audience with his vocal solo and had It's the solid worth of h:,',- pot *
to respond to an encore. money and good, wordss t1:0t wI1
The instrumental solo rendered by: make our city lhigger and ot,-,r n
Mrs. W. R. Bradley was appreciated every way.
..... highly by the audience. Mrs. Brad-
Miss Thelma Jones, 19. of near iey is musical instructor at the public
Palmyra, Ohio, a farm girl with a school this year. her playing Friday ',ort<' or %gr'.;j 're,\ S 4ct \
most engaging smile, went down evening showing her to be perfectly
to the state college at Kent, 0., to at home at the piany and an artist Nit. s i, i '- .
study to become a teacher. Right in her chosen profession. 4. .v t,'I,. .ti .',1;. \ \
away she won the "Smile Girl" I The P.-T. A. wishes to thank all:1- h". I ,". -1",,i .i' "
contest. ) .ff < 'I :ir ii:i>; 1 11 :1.1.i ',.! ,,,
those who assisted in any way and Iax d.,.i i I.h,- i I
the public for its generous patronage. ane"" withl ', .... .
T. ralr'-s tilt- i.fll4.\\ ,n,- ,1. I,, ,l ii .i,
IECITAL AT THE MASONIC The proceeds from the recital will iv situ. i tN:, ... ,ni iii..
TEMPLE FRIDAY EVENING go to the curtain fund for the new to : ,
public school auditorium. Ilernantlina.
The entertainment given under the 1d.r the said ril,. i .- ,I \.,. 'it,
Luspices of the Parent-Teacher As- A S ty Car t. name -.1 ' I I,.
ociation last Friday evening at the ,l tifi'iit..rr a, ll .,. ,. ,i, -. ,,.,i .,. i,,I ,,
Masonic Templei was a splendid af- Ad I l enver 'ost-"|Ieline~d rather t l * 1. I AI' .._ ," ,
air and was Ithoroughly enjoyed by, fut-loving. ort-year-ol I, Ti ... 1,,
lar ,nl.,r ," citizens who at- widow. still with young Idea.. would I .o ul
ended. like to leet geltinale iimn with .ar of i..rk \ ..
like In.linatlons."-Boston Transmcript. i'lri., .

like Inelinttiloiis.' -Boston Transcript. ix

terminal facilities for the handling
of cargo other than phosphate.
In steamer operation the matter of
dispatch is, of course, the first con-
sideration, and a ship loading coim-
plete cargo in one port will apply
less rates and favor the ports able to
supply such complete cargo. In the
case of the Romanby, a ship of 4"02
Charleston for naval stores, then to
Fernandina fOr 3500 tons of phos-
phate, returning to Charleston for
completion of cargo. The Ninian
loaded 3000 tons of phosphate here, f o
goes to Brunswick for cargo and then
to Charleston to complete. Each
ship pays port charges into and ,ut r
of two ports other than Fernandina
and loses time at the rate of about
$1000 per day cost to the owners in
these shifts, all of which could lie
avoided if we had terminals where
naval stores and cotton could be ait-
cumulated. It is beyond question
that the difference in rail freight to| t h
Fernandina over Charleston and Sa-
vannah would be more than offset y
the saving allowed in ocean rates if
ships could load complete carg-e's
here and shippers will use this p,.,rt
if we provide for these accumulations.
Lacking water or location we would
have much to overcome to revive p.,rt!
business, but with the best har!,r
on the South Atlantic coast, we have.
only a comparatively minor diffit ul-
ty to overcome and until we do il'- !
vide terminals we will see ocean b:us-
iness going to less favored por's.
Think it over.

His Indifference
"Somine folk s are everla.Atint:l ki k-
Ing h''Ux laziae7.1 s ha:0ln'l f:til. -t
marked (Gap lJohnisol1 f Itiinil .is
Ridge. "but. as for Ie. I dnl.ii't 'p"i,-
hlally keer It It -ytaw-w- -wu -
halu't.-KancaB ('4tv Star.

There are occasions when the head
of an ambitious houpphold grows tl-ed
of writing his8 own ranei.--l a.ta

Still Fighting
Engineers say the age of wineliritUs
IS past, but there are as ma n+Y piOe
fighting 'm as ever.

The Real Artist
All things considered. the m,,- e .uc-
eessful Interior decorator Is n ig.,d

The trouble w'th musical come i*,'
-i: Ina the fact that tuoo luay of tl e
dancers ing.-Durbam Sun.



IT won't be long

before we'll

have the new

Ford. The minute

you see it-ride

in it-you'll be

glad you waited

for this beautiful

new model

Lasserre Motor Co.

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Ir5irNAND1N -I -- R, aILI IL

Page Five

by C. M. Payne

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


Southern States Power




Pa. six



Friday, September 23, 1927

In Buick for 1928,
about your car's pe
dial-is before you
Buick today offers g
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The new treatment for torn
cuts. wounds, sores or lace
that is doing such wonderful i
flesh healing is the Borozone
and powder combination treat
The liquid Borozone is a pa
antiseptic that purifies the w<
all poisons and infectious
while the Borozone powder
great healer. There is nothi
it on earth for speed, safety am
ciency. Price (liquid) 30c, 6
$1.24). Powder 30c and 60c
by liorsey's Drug Store, Fert
and ('Canner's Drug Store, Call

T. J. Herring, minister.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
A. Smith, superintendent.
for all ages.
Preaching services at 11 a.
8:00 p. m. every Sunday.
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 7:0
Miss Marguerite Sauls, preside
Intermediate and Junior B
U. at 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Meade
botham, leader.
Strangers and visitors in o0
are always welcome to our ser

Ilave the children given
physical examination before
starts. and send them to sc
g0idl health.

We print visiting cards.
('niity Leader.



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tt Tl. a:rd n, -- .:au ',,U ly, lt rida. in Chan-
,rStates. n.., tia'. had comite when As AC '1.1 ri- a'!a ,' -' a-N-1-: a 1 1that aar-t tau.nsae in said
That systemt hadl to -b. challenged and i4 a itl J x. l,.ra. ', i.lin. wherein W. M. Host-
put down. Thi'le. world is safer now S oaliitaor r..r a'.1ai.,il.n -:t ,:- ; ,. i i,, rai Th tiak, is
that it is destroyed. The American ONFAII'E oCT" AFPPIrI.lATI San soldiers turned the scale in that great: 1: I 1 '' Mia'. i "tl., arlil Allan
I 1____ t l 1ii S Staintlon. aret defend-
27 conflict, and they are being ardently I N-.tic,,. i, erely I iv.n that T. II. I- a- ii-. d. as the Special
applauded in recognition of their I atvs anl c. A. T ai'p. kin s. holders of to aaita -r. appointed by aa d
TaxrCrerta aa t'es Na. c:1a; and 6's3. dated .-l- aa-iere ansaid
superb spirit. fili- *;th alay of Jinre.A. I). 1921. have -. a. f,'r ,r s:ale an nl will sell
44" These men are soldiers showed a aid ,.rt;fiat n tri otI t<'e and -,' ,, t, I aII li-hit-st.aidt tla-st
'-I These men art' 5a1hlit-r showed a ha\-e raitd a la'arilav'-a taa an ta. t. x alt-ed wIa tI,-, ir ,-:a i daring ard initiative that was a sur- isutI lhrt.,n in a:i -carraltiae witith law. 2 -: ,-t. 1 tl-.'- i- i. laet'w.eon the
tSaid 'rrifh tt,'. anitar-a'e tire follow- f! ,' 11-ill ak A. %I. and 2.00
prise to the told world othiservers who i, ,lt..-l- rin a ,d pt'. ,,'rt .inN slau olua- ,i I a',, -r t a t iu .P tah
were looking only for the aima- t Fll.-rida. rt auit: urt ouse n the
d1. liteurish efforts of raw troops. Our in lI-edi i: pa I. I dil Re- I ':. -3rd iav
C boys showed what a land ,of athelitic a.rdis. in s. :;',. "l'..wns lii 4 North, t' I 1 th ,o -arale i,, ng a
5 pa nge 24r Iiia s. ma all t.ii ,n i nn 44 acres ... -* I the p-o'pert\ an.i prem-
sports and public schools can do to s,, I'art .,t 2. :;a des.-ribel in 2 ia' t,-..l .-.iI h--. re.- tu-wit:
turn out manhood. The fine body of l d I ;,oa k ; -Ia ," i- ::,'a. CI) o nty ite-- I l.a ,', -al ipr,.p..rt. simt:at0- anI
men now in France will giv.e a dem- lania e 24 Iatn, T f 4 Narth- ita d l .
onstration of what it can dot in pro- Thea i' n1-'t ,f a'i I r p erty tUn- f tI-Wit:
duction of good citizenship. ira thr l' a ,r i f tF 1. Arn, sa is la said -' "- ,' .t uart.r 4 \V'). an the
-.rtif;<:: ala- N-. :; isUtl %% \\as in thle -' at -f tOle Soutliwest Quarter
IIiG rL na- \\-4 Hartl,. .'i 'ao lUnless -" Ia .tirtl hi- Northiwest Quar-
I Don't let the farm imnplehments .Aaipl ari lifi :a'e- -.ll I I-,.nled aa'- c" c, "' t tion Thirty-Pour
rta ilat'lir ta I,:, t t~i, a4l -t-a.l wipl issue V i T, 'tfi, I ,-r l. (aniri 14 Easth
which are not in use stand out in t th -;ta la t S ptinber, A. \, u.rtr (N ) th
the weather. They will last much I. 1:'2 'r-r (NE,) ,of the South-
)A longer if put under shelter. t tIs Itha of Auust. A. Sn P the Northwet
A(S.eal P; (' Io'RGESS. .'-'- N' 'i- >a, thp,- Naortheast Quar-
do t'hl-rk aafr 'r.-uit <'otirt. Nas-sau coun- r. : ', ti, S "utheast Quartre
SLet us do your printing. ty. Pl',,ida. 8-26 to 9-23 Ih- N,,rthli alf (NJ) of the
1% I'4C lIT IOF" THE .('01%y JODG a-' N' Cl:',). tihe South Half (S]4)
S .%lNAI 'COUNTY. STATTE t II.lf (S'2-) of the North-
I l-" FLORIDA. T* 2 att r (N-:"'I of Section 4: the
'-t 4u.:rte-r (SE'1 ); the North
E L LIn re -state of I '. **-f the Northeast Quartel
A. II DAVIS. deceased, i an- S,-utheast Quarter (SE% 4
To all Credit(ors. L,.-ata-es. Distribu- rth.-ast Quarter (NE'4): the
tlers anil all I'a-rs,,ns ha' ing Claimp -" 4 i-: z of the Southwel1
SA r IlDe .ti.anl :t.iLa:ist *alia Estate: tQ ." i.\W l, i o,f Section 7; The
E N E L VYU. arid ta,' 1 ,,u. are hereby N t i.uarter (NW\41) o f Sectior
Snottfied anid t-iau ra'. to. present any -, '- '-utl ,-ast Quarter <(S.4); The
NTRACTOR lanis andl ,a. r..atitis hih you. or S -' quarter (SE) of the North
either of ,, u. mr.y hale against the e.. Q';.,rt-er (NE,); the Northwest
estate of A II Davis. deceased, late t ,r''-r -____N D tf Na.asau i'- unt. Florida. to, the Hon- ,r .r XWi\\ ; the South Half (S'%
U I L orable Count\ Jiudge in and for Nassau rthwet quarter (NWI4) o
U I L D X R County. Florida. at his office in the S il in Township 1 South
Nassau ',aunta. C-,urt House. In the I. ',2 F last., anid all of Sec-tion 26
_- wt.- A-- CliiyIt-n ('ty ..' rn.lina. FPlarida. within T. .' A i .I I North, Range 23 East. The

Contents 15 TFluid Dra n C AI

For Infants and Children.

.004.OE Mothers Know That
SRUitI Genuine Castoria

Kt 8 1 Q\ in Coolidge became 21 years.
fnor 1- Je di e .i few days ago, and all who have
0i.J : J _WaiIS that age will understand the
_al J| ,LIWo^SV f !:hl- r: that comes to a young man
1Ao-AnAc 0 AE co-T-0 Tl'binj You Should Know vh, he reaches that turning point
AMII surro( ,Idroes not make such a big dif-
6 D"e,, O f'e : in practical life as it used to
SI I ",, and girls were more or less un-
der -objection up to that age. They
Si c. ire that independence a good
SI t 'earlier now, frequently too early
by n ',-r heir own good.
b John Joseph OalcM. D. ; i .: at 21 the feeling comes that
OR* i,,n, has passed the long years of
S U n TIUTWUM s DYSENTERY ;,rt : ration for life, and that real
ILEACI A most unwelcome summer visitor, 1if. has begun. One feels wonder-
OL cGuGE if not a dangerous one. My artici, :ul .ew possibilities opening up, and
1, 1 1 ,.11CE,, 0Emc L oOCmust in no way come between th, .lif, looks rosy for most of us at that
good family physician and his p .i '.g Its rosiness usually depends
tient; but the layman may beconi. :1o. ever. upon whether we are will-
better posted in emergency witi, n to practise the precepts that wise
advantage to all concerned. te.,.hIers and parents have offered.
Disease-germs are responsible for, THE MRS. COOLIDGE SMILE
C most attacks of dysentery. Somiu,.
cases seem to he the result of takiv,& [lave you ever noticed how the
quantities and kinds of food. whil..i t ,ures of Mrs. Coolidge are very
react violently when coming together. II to show her with a smile on her
All grades of severity are entoii .'!-? And have you ever figured on
ht e tered, from slight "flurry" of in wI. it an asset that must be to her
t e s o gestion to the profoundly prostr:.. di anguishedd husband, whose serious
ing cholera. Better hygiene and s;; ifatc is commonly held firmly in its
Sytitation have rendered the epidfiii p,-ition of dignity, conveying a
everything you want to kn ow of dysentery a rare occurrence; ni, thought that he always feels the
rformrance- every indicator and elimination of the fly pest has nir.. weight of the load he carries?
i.ghtd tghan repaid for the effort. Pure fo .: N'o doubt many visitors to the
indirectly lighted under gla and drink cannot cause disease, \v i. : White house, who would have carried
taken with good judgment. l\iv.:ay a certain feeling of coldness
rear beauty, luxury, and corn iven n attack of d sentery t'communicated by Mr. Coolidge's
e-greater speed and power with steps become ininiediatcly necess;r. amous silence, are thawed into good
the car that sur1passesall Other to clear the bowel oif the off(nl,,, 1ture by his wife's friendly smile.
the car at rpa a ertance, and to set the highly -, t s great asset for anyone in poli-
in value. cited parts at rest. There may ,. j ,,. business. or industry.
MILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEN vomiting, with violent pain--,
Coupes$1195 to$185( bloody evacuations. It may ble ino m Models$ 1195 to s1525 sary to apply counter-irritation, I ,T'i.: Is I l1,l:l" (iVN. by the
Fle, Mok.. gs m tx to Ar al. tard or capsicum, to the stomach. \ Li,..,'si. IIINTi'N .1. It.AKEt. as
ti p.asr..& o. &oedurrMr.e wd u da Ml. large dose of Milk of Magnesia. ,,r aa:isit-r 1 .i-hancra-ry. that under
Siasl 1t \ lii -tl afl :i a .t-rtairn decree of
oif castor oil should he administari i -i.,,-1,.sI.1sur,- mala.d :,anld entered by the
soon as possible. No violent plitra,,i 'ir,' uit 4'urt oo I.the i.ourth Judicial
EIfT COM PAN (7 1'iri-nit ol tlh. State. of Florida. in and
ICK COM PANY sh ;ts pil-,s1 f pii nknowlI cIO,r Nis:i i *s a iit V. i r i'hanctry sitting,
ejltl. should be iset laa..,rii d:ate i. he sti day of April A.
1) 1927. ;is ;ari laled l l ith' order of
ONVILLE, FLORIDA Once tthe blowe\l is etvacuiatl a .l 'i.i 1,Ciiort aha..- riidl tired. and lear-
Ilng ililt, tlht 1, i ;sort to sedation; paregoric ;,it 1'.,27. ill th;tii a ls..e pettndig in said
'enailsion (of hism luth, equal part ',iiort. wli.raii t'ity Mortgage & Bond
__,_ I i ",*" "11 e iI i ''"illip.iil ;i >'*orliir'ilii l Iof F lorida, is
slihould be given till relief is hadl. ,,,,i,,of,,iF ri. :, ,, I.:. Ma rshall. and
RTH MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH Tih appearance of blood in il"a Nlarsl, a I. Iis wife. arf defend-
,IRM KATHO I C R H .... m nli -" i i,! I I~ilt. I sll:all ..l,-r loar s.4ti t- itl lil'
S___ evacuationss should bring the phy ,iai l sill .Il ll to the highestl
S Isician. if he has not betn alrle'ad-inll I.-s'-t l-aihler ifor raishi before the
n flesh, Rev. J. E. Woodward, pastor. !" ". "s .iu .I i',- 0, ,- a... aar th.. <,o, a .urt HoItuse
rations Sunday school, 9:45' a. m. Mr. suntnl e; ve. l r should le a \arn- ,1 s,. t.. ni> ..r ..-.Hl. i, the itmiy of,
rations Sunday school, 9:4g a. m. Mr. l 11:1na. StM.aI ot IIa-.ridan. oen Mn-
work in D .A. Partin, superintendent; Mr. E. ing signal ri.'. -;i, ::ra atl. oi '-al,rida. ., 1927.-
liquid W. Bailey, teacher Men's Bible Class. Lime-water and milk. in varying ailli ei,.tw-.-ni thi- li.urs of eleven
atment. Parents are urged to attend and proportions, is the best diet for be- .,.I.-, i-. rrn-no. and two o'clock
atment. Parents are urged to attend and iI hi, after.. rnoon, ti. following dos-
owerful bring the children to Sunday school. ginning after the att'ek i- broken. -rinl.a. real e.state. lyaitg and being
ound of PIt is easier to give toto nimuch than 'ilul,'. in th-e -ouily of Nassau, State
und of Preaching services at 11 a. m. andone thinks. fl,, should l well t,.-io: .i .i-ril.l as follows.
germs, 7:30 p. m. Sacrament each first one thinks. All fooi should well f thf te S of th
is the Sunday morning. cooked; boiled water is a good pre- ',f ttio 2: All of the w of
autin like Prayer meeting Wednesday at n in preparing drinks. Better the N' : SIlj of NEt. E'l ot fSW%
ing like Prayer meeting Wednesday at o be sfae than sorry. f N\\'; of NWt.4 and Sj of
nd effi- 7:30 p. m. toe fae than sorry. Stion ?,. except a strip of land 105
0e and Members urged and expected to be Next week: Feeding the Baby vat wil te frni East to WVest off the
atxtremne East end of the S'4 of said
. Sold present. Friends- visitors and stran- -- section. A pt of Section 9. except the
S\W. ; All \ f fractional Section 11; All
andina, gers always most cordially welcome. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH f tihe NE 1. of the Sl-j of Section 12.
ahan. All .,f the N'. of NW%4 of Section 13.
1Il oaf the NI.': of' the Nl'.l' and St of
The Legionnaires In France Sixth and Alachua Streets. sW\'4 of NW\'4 tf S-ectihon 14. except
CH Rev. W. T. Overstreet. pastor. ilhat |rait (if salidl s f S\V'% of NW '
I-nr ia-hp'a is iai lutleal l t) 11- aaonrvev;n Unfortunately the heroes of this Sunday school, 9):45 a. m. Miller ,; Nlsn alnd \wile to p. 1I. Joyce.
world often fail to get much tangi- R. Askins, supt. tI .l:Itau:lr.\ i 1:917. andl ra-o-rded
James hhe reward for their superb services. Regular services on Sundays at 11 ',g', a.3ntl N.slokt ebp:lla4'tlt rida. Alli
Classes This has been the case with many of a. m. and 8:00 p. m. i I.F l.'r;ai-s t1.erluialt (.rant. being
the American soldiers who performed Prayer meeting Wednesday night. (..lj.,irnlllrg saidl grant non the East and
m. and great deeds of patriotic valor in the A kind invitation is viven to come .*'r ail-:ist.i All oaf like Mills Drury
a.till.a-a aai atjatialp4 :i,. except 20 aeres
World war. with us to any of these services. ,", ,-.1 Iy J.ha II. tligg nbotham
0 p. m. But some return for this devotion ..'-. hiler' 2. 1*4 94 aid recordedaIn
lent. has come back at least to that great I, 111.: 'I< 1r lo'l I 'll T. F' 1oi tl ;' oi: k A-. page; :179. of the public
. Y. P. delegation of the American legion JI) 1 .il,,I. 4w1141 I'T llo" I'.ol)HlOiJ ', 1 h.1 ahaav. l ls slpeilg inl T.wnship
Higgin- who hate gone to Paris this fall for 1 4l2) < 'i. a 4l lT.- ', !2 N,,rtl ofr Ianlge Twenty-fiv..
their annual convention. These men .\I oril the st. af NW'r and Wt of
ur town now see the fruit of their labors andm IM'.a a.pIl:.a l 'a i.'attl,,tp 1; lAll of Sction 17.
11a \, ,'1 Ih, s, 'ag : All af the David
vices. hazards, and are generously reward- \'as: i,,ta. t'raiat. le.,ig section 4:3 All of
ed with the gratitude of the people iP-f.,a L aPI u' ir,,lrip. a I ,'at. 'ian 52s Allo 42 the
a good whom t 'y lut lped to liberate frniom ,l, i, I. lt'I.: L\ I'l'l'l' a'.- ''il 1 "N'* liN,r .t RaIing n Twny-
school the conq|rar Ia' >N \ i **) '..-t.
'hool in There hava' been some who have -llll.M al.I :l. ai,.. <. .r- n t, ,'tr. t:i lgaa'" te b4e9
claimed that oatr participation in that gas. ,a,' '- ..,, :tifv -aii 0i ree with
war wa> all :a great mistake. Very .th,- I l 1 I a ',, al1,t a ira ,' l r. illa I aa, -i .
faIfew if the tia .et ,nnaires w-ill say that. ata.,it-I a ta ia al'.,. i- ,ia ,, a a l i. .1"A
N assau They kniaw th,,,' altae 1 w h :t a terrible t .. i; a. a I,. .'aa.1 .Ma r Spa- aiMaater ai icery
menace the military power of the oddh s ial a.p' ,ila a a-tI '. :. l id i lla i ..\'li'.1: SMaI T aster in 'lancery.
imperial (.iniaii governlitent was. liTh "'l\S.- "l 55 I a 'NTI 1.I.11:1:" i.s ap i tor f,, C'omiplainant. 9-30
They kriao, ,h;at that government l;aa,.h I' ,'; r -1a 1 a I I';ia.' la h ~a pal E- IF A% MATER
SOUglht t10 Iwar maki-g po'r. If the United "'lN 'a is liera lay even that pursuant
S ta tes haul nor ta ke n ho lal to help a u r t a apal ;.. S l a aar-i at ,1 fi orat-. aaa .'.p in.i sa ad
that military authority would have ht a',,iar ,ila; 0ad ,i a'',I .'' l. Ni- ai-, ,'a- hi"e :tI ha d: a. f Au2ust.
i gained gre:atlv alal',.asedl power, it 'aii I 1i S,.ivtri ,* .I 1ta7'.:i.'t, ,l, Ii rtt 'ur
IwoultI ha:te thr.:iat.aie.d the l united (S1 al '" t -aia.:al.( ,s I l' aaaii .lIiaia. 'al

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Rev. Harris Mallinckraiat. r A ..-..
Celebration of the Iloly ('alotinn-
ion, 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school aindl nieetini of
Capt. T. B. Lasseri-e-' I:i1l,- ICl.:-.s
10 a. m.
Morning service auil : (raiana. I1
a. m.
Evening service and seraion- s:il)1
p. m.
W-'anesday, Litany :rnil lecture on
the Holy Scripture. ,S:001 p. m.
Pews free. All are cordially in-
vited to attend.

Our subscription department is
still in a receptive mood


Th< s-urest sign of wormi- im ali!
drei. is paleness. lack of'-t 11t
pliay., i'ra tfuitlness. v':rialle :ip>'. tit'-.
paiking at the inos. aal' :id sldin start
it::' in sleep. \\'lhn-it ti -a- -ynipiPania
.!iailar it is time to gi' W\hitt".s
( 'r-:1111ii e niifugi A ai iives out the wo'ans :tlis aI tf, the lit-
tic one on the roa:td to lh.Ilth al;iai.
While'st ('ream Vrinail', i''has a re-
icord of fifty yeai's of tl '.. use.
I rice ":5c. So!,i ,I' Horsey's Drug
Store. l'ernandin:i. :ild ( Coner's
I rug .Store, Calla!:in.

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By Spuds Johnson
We often hear the complaint that
neighborliness and hospitality and
friendliness are dying out. People of
the rural sections seldom have barn
raising, log rolling and other gath-
erings like that where all in the coml-
munity pitch in and help some par-:
ticular one. However, this fact is ni
sign that the old spirit of community i
helpfulness is dying out amion rural 1
people. We no longer pile logs up t,
he burned to get them out of the waVy.
but rather sell them to be sawed ";'
for lumber. We can make money in
disposing of them now. where they
used to be a burden and in the way'
Smith, Abe 1trkins, Ben Stricklatild
If evidence is needed that neighbor
lines is not dying out in thte rural
sections, we might take any case ol,
sickness or serious need on the pari|
of a family. Almost every fail
in the community will offer and giv,
needed assistance and without li.rin
asked. When old Slim Timmo n' h'-v
was sick recently, (.us Weeks. .Si
Smith. Abe Larikns, Ben Stricklinad
and Ed Williams and the. rest -If I i
were doing something for thliem vi- r.\
day. When the child was so sick ih:i' i
it was necessary for someone tI, it
up with it at night and give it m *
cine, some one of us was there.- ,*. ry
night, taking turns at sitting ii; :t': l
letting Slim and his family % 'et .-,".
When Bill Ilankins got h1irt :1il,
couldn't work his crops,. ih, munity got together :and .i l ':l f:i
ily pitched in and gave' :I If:i,\' '-li.
along occasionally, and Inow Hill. \ ,,,
is getting better, will harve-l .1' r*,
just as though he hiadl cutll 1:tiv. i it
One of the finest things alht iirn'ril
community life is the willinriy'- n I
the part of rural people to Il *.11li4'Iin
help is needed. This spirit of frinc.l-,
liness and neighborliness sh,,,lil t id
will never be allowed to ldi.

The Parent-Teachers Assoriations

A powerful movement lh;i- i., elop-
ed during the past few years i, the
form of parent-teacher ;i'-oa';tiainls,
which are now organiiz'-l in 17
states. They have a nill'ii me'm-
hers, and these organizati,,i ;in 4 now
getting busy to deal wilh thc' iprob-
Ilems that come up in th.., '\ 'hool
We hear a great deal about the doings of the younger gen-
eration, some of it nut very lFical.
Hut much of this complaint i- aiml'sas
and takes itself out in talk. It will
be more useful to do a little- less talk-
ing about it, and for parents to ,or-


Now is the time to pick your
candidate, with President Coolidge
"not choosing." which means that
he does nut intend to be a candi-
Hoover, Mellon, Hughes, Low-
den or a dark horse, who will It

(harles Evans Hughes is back
front Europe. with "nothing to say
to reporters," a dangerous sign
with a national convention near.
Mr. IHughes never said, "I amn
too old to be President," that
would be preposterous, from one
of the most hard working men in
public life lie did say, "I am
too ol) d TO RIR'N for President."

Secretary Mellon is back from
Euroupe. also "with nothing to say
to reportcr-i."
Secretary Mellon was walking
up l'ark avenue in New York City
lat weeks, looking about half his
ak.'e and ,oiing at a rate that would
have taken himil fronn li de-k in
the Tl'reaury buvillini to the front
door oif the White house in con-
siderably less than a minute and a

T'he Smith.oiialn Institution will
have a we-atlhr station in south
west Af i .t There, high up in the
air. in the. dry, ch'lar atmosphere.
science will sttidy thei sun, calculate
solar radiation, and, if hopes are
realized, predict weather as much
as a week or a month, and even
one year, in advai.c
It li;as taken men a long while
tr find ,ut that what they have
aind what hlappei, 1to them depends
lar-.' lv on the ]ig star that lights
their short lives.

A gentleiLian, occasionally pos-

of the problems presented by their

runize after some such plain as these young people, and have a better iden
parent-teacher societies provide. In i how to handle them.
that way they will get a clearer view A great many practical benefits

------.- -**~-e a ~wus.~n ravel. SOVESft

nlg as a nobleman, was arrested
recently accused o.f marrying ftl
ty women and getting a mill o,
dollars in mnuney and jewelry frin
them. There is nothing to be sa:
about that except that it is in th,
nature of a woman to trust mn,'
unfortunately for women

"Curls are coming back." sa>
a professor of physiology, evr"
"puff girls" and the "shingle" wi;
pass. Common sense is with thl
hob. Romance with the puffi.
curl. You could not imagine,
Martha Washington with a bob.

No great thing is achieved with
out sacrii6ce. Those distressed b%
loss of life in flying may reneme
her that the total number o'
deaths in tran%-Atlantic flying i
smaller than the number killed
automobiling on any fine Sunday
The thing is to keep on and con

C. V. Miller, of Toronto, left
brewery stock to seven Methodist
ministers and Ontario Jockey Club
shares to opponents of race track
At the end of nine years, the
proceeds of his estate go to tIhe
Srents of the largest family born
the province during that time.

Methodist ministers, to get the
$75,000 brewery stock, must draw
the dividends and vote on the cotn
pany's management "to see wheth
er their avarice for money wa.
greater than their principles."
The ministers, of course, will do
what is necessary to collect the
money, and use it for prohibition
propaganda, thus thwarting Satan
Leaving your money to the bii;
gest family is dull. The mii.u.N
would beat any human bring. the
shad would beat a mouse. and the
female oyster, with her millions iof
youngsters each year would make
the shad look like birth control
Leaving money to poor p.orrents
that take the best care of tlieir
children niilght I.e a good idea
But money left for benrvoleiil pur
pioses---except ng science and elhi-
cation-is usually wasted. The
work you do while you live counts;
there's no knowing what your
money may do after you.

Great Britain intends to protect
ignorant investors against get-rich-
quick stock salesmen and other
schemers. Peddling stocks from
door to door is to be st.ipped,
seeing stocks through the mail re
stricted and watched. The oil, real
estate, and mining schemes that
rob investors in this count rv
would not be possible in Great

have been obtained for the schools hy
these organizations. They havy.
provided better text books, better
school buildings and equipment, imn

1)i t'sed lttoilte Pl'.ity

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i~vcii biile ~ :imnet !rwieil- scholel

disappointing, the fundamental rea- are held in rint ,, ,, ..
son is that the parents do not know flan es. TI.-rei ,..i ,n,,.! ,
how to handle them. They need some i, t'he sight ,f 11 .. .
kind of organization for exchange ,of anel ghow 01 .1,i, ,, ,,
I ideas. The less intelligenlit and ex tunloose peop t.
Iperienced parents need to listen to The prIe'wc ,i! t
the i .de'ls of thuiit ore thoughtful and norund .o "'nl h I,, iI ,
stlgcious ones. Tlhe teachers often many of i' 1i I
understand thlin far Ibetter than thle fore : hillier I, I 1
parents do. curin fla i .11
If thle p-iarents lalt ve the right ide fns tiill and l nIIii : ,
and carry thnem out. there will ibe lit- on oil ide- I'.
1th' trouble with thlie children. A good worlIl will ree,,,, ,
parent t'ea hlier ;i.s,,ratiit n will offer er f call. :iini i '.
discul ssion :anil in-.trictI1011 tli t shall uie'it li ir. I m
l lp peol e Ic hot' ille o,. p.r1 n tis. Snld
secure sullpport lfr til., i.hblic schools. HOME TI) % N Ii lI i!
All our lpareits hliri- r, iil ti o intie'r.'t
tlieinIselveh s ii .I ti 'hlrllltn sof < S .ociail
U iiprovemenil. If yVii ii \ .
-.- --.. |lrosl.per. dlni't :. i \ r, ,
The Fire On The Hearth tern milkuse' mI li'e,,t ,',
S-- iprsli,',r i1'l e1;la1
As the cool nights of autumn icome If oI.lh kw, \\ ii :
in. thle fire on (tle 'he arth is kind.le, l c'hlie've'iiintl s 1 i 1 .
ill millions of hotlines. Many builders lalkeid :ilol'- t th i i ,
fail to provide such facilities for the know i>. tl .. ..
olieni fire in their dlwellings now,. ~ ,iut fa'ister.
'people of conternllitivh tlem irni rn nt M;>ny sl. ool 111 ', '
still enjoy thel ould ti .l hl.lze on the lniilnshlii. but tlhe \ 1, i \.
i'aenrtlistone,m, nil valllue tiel' \v.welling tha llt tle-i4 i. 1 i 1 1. ,
!that provides this feat' uir.t. the liopliyv oel ':t1 f.,
It was once i. onsi, lr .',el hat l hi e lvr.ltisinii .iinl I.iii,,
fire on the li.'arth .stiimulatie d conv r tilie iti blic ;.i'.0 t Il l I .
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H. A. and Lee Davis, of Hilliar 1, Mrs. E. J. Roux left yesterday for
were visitors to Fernandina Mond:y. Baltimore, Md., where she will visit
o ;: iends foi about six weeks.
Mrs. W. L. Farris and little daur.hti o
ter, of Miami, are the guests of M:,. J. 0. Cassidy is spending this week
Charles Binnicker. Jacksonville and Tallahassee on
---- isiness.
Mrs. James Mlorse and niti r, o
Mrs. Briggs, have been quite ill : ,r Mrs. I. N. Bedley. of Fort Lauder-
;several days, we regret to state. :,le. returned to her home Sunday
0o.---- rht, after a visit to her parents,
FOR RENT-Unfurnished aprt.- ,r. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls.
ments. c riner Center and\-.:h o1
streets. Mrs. J. M. Adams. : -:0 II. M. Murrhee. of Hilliard, who
-- ---- presents that section as its county
Senator .J. B. Stewart spent Sat :r- commissioner, was in the city on
day and Sunday in Orlando on h i- Wednesdayy to be present at a spec-
ness. 1 meeting of the- board.

Special price on Canned Fruit I1. S. Iligginbotham, of Callahan.
Canjned Vegetables all the tinit it1"-' county commissioner from the
Barnes' New Market and Grocery j;'th district, was a visitor to the
----o----- unty seat on Wednesday, when he
LOST-Silver pencil. Lt-ft n ,iotored over to attend a special
postoffice. Reward if returned ,, eatingn g of the board.
E. W. Jackson. colored, at city plar:. o
I W0 ol Mrs. Laura E. Griffin and daugh-
Mr. W. II. Sims left Tuesday fr ter. Miss Elizabeth Griffin, of Jack-
,Atlanta. (;a.. where lie will spClei lis -onvillt, spent the week-end here as
mvacat ont. t'e guests of the former's son and
!----o ,:;aughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
FOIR RENT-Furnished apartnio. t t;riffin.
or bedrooms. Apply to Mrs. \W. 1:. 0
SBaker corner Sixth and Beeh s' Tlh hour for preaching services at
Baker. n it and Beech First Baptist Church has been
i Miss Nancy rvay. of Jacks,,on,. i, hanged from i:00 o'clock p. m. to
is the gruest of her ,cousin. Mis ,,, : ;ll0. and the B. Y. P. U. meets at
Omer. this w-e k. instead of 7:00 p. in. This cor-
ri-t-tion came too late to correct the
I.0 ST-F ira vttwdin ... '*.-gular church notices.
Reward. Mrs. Mir:cle. Tenth .rid o 0
rAsh streets. S. W. (;luck. who has been spend-

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tumn.. hhh....u.fuu.uu.......muhl uu

FOR RENT-Garage. Phone 169.
o -



Attorney W. A. Iallowes. iof .1:1, k-
h .sonville. made :i business trip tto I r-
'nandina Monday.

Mr. Frank Mi-.ell, of Tm:lnp.. is
the guest of his brother. Mr. Ever tt
6 Miell, this week.
SMiss F tve'lyii ( lpiiin return iiril ,t
Week to the Florida State Colhlr-. o,,r
Women at Tall:ahlssee for her b" rrd
tVl-mlmI lkHItIUmlll tern in t hat institution.

Mrs. Geo. Burt has been visiting! Mr. anild .Mrs. L.ouis (;oldst-in :!ii,
St. Petersburg this week, the guest Mr. :tand Mr.. L.ouis A. Klarer :1m1tl

Mr. Dick Bishoff, of Jacksonville, iof Mrs. John Sauls. little son. Bobbied .spent Suntdu\ ;at
.spent Wednesday in the city. o Atlantic iBeach.
0 FOR RENT-Two nice front up-i -- o
Old papers for sale at this office stairs. furnished rooms for light- BRI ICE LESSONS-l'laying plus
at 5c per bundle. housekeeping. No. 12 North 5th st. instructions equal He-tter Bridg-e :anl
SA \- -o--- 'lub Toi"irna lienlt. For iniformationI
FOR SALE-New $60 biyle for Mr. and Mrs. P. KE. Stapleton an- call Mrs. I,'. II. (iorei'flo,. phon,- 17-1.
$35.00. Apply at this office. nounce the birth of a daughter, Glor- lo -
o ia Louise, born Sept. 20th, 1927. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1'. Raffo, Sr. aret
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein spent ____ _ejoicin over arrivtheir
Tuesday in Jacksonville. p rejoicing over the arrival of their
Tuesday in Jacksonville. Furnished apartment down stairs. first great-granddahughter. (;loria:
FOR RENT v-- Green Tree Inn, corner Cedar and Louise Stapleton.
F OR RENT Five room house Eighth streets.0
with bath on tenth street. Phone 146. re Send your dyeing and cleaning to
o Send your dyeing and cleaning to
Lewis Hardee motored to Bruns- Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Meares, of Cal- Rogers & Jones, C,11 Main street,
wick (;a. Sunday. lahan, spent Wednesday afternoon in Jacksonville, Fila. We prepay parcel
wic ao ngl;the city. postage on returning.
Orders taken for Angel Cake. ---
Pihole 71. 9-30! FOR SALE-House and lot; seven
S children. ,of Ja.cks,.Iville, are hera.
o rooms. Lot 100x100. South Sev- iilren, f Jacksonville, Iare ltr.
.1. 11. Sauls, of Callahan, was greet- !enth street. P. G. HADDOCK, City. siting Mrs. Hilly r'. parents. Mr.
mnv hIs friends here on Monday. o Ms
o Mr. IHigh Quality and Mr. Low ) rso---
WANTED-Shark Fins and Ter- Price meet daily at Barnes' New.v Mar. lin Mlrs.i.I. W Vlrl imi .Jackson
rains. Mee May Jan Co. tf Market and Grocery. i l't th i' 1 llr1 eltl I,,i t low hsrl
o 0 -
Miss Emma Williams visited Jack-i Ice Cream delivered anywhere in i r.0
sville Monday and Tuesday. the city. 1I. O. Livingstone, phone Special Colbimnti.on ( fer, two
o 87. tf .l 50v; I can Over

FOR RENT'-3 good house
- t., $25 each. F. W. SADLI
Mr. Allen MacDonnel, of
is in the city for several wee
FOR RENT Furnishe
housekeeping apartment, S
:t. Phone 232.
Mr. Tom Davis, Jr. will lea
day for Atlanta, Ga., where
e.:itr (t-oirgia Tech for the

Ice Cream delivered any
the city. II. 0. Livingston


es on 7th --------o-
i d L U Sea Peas. 25c; total. 75c. and 1 can
ER. Orders for anything in cut flow- No. 2 'Tolatoes free., Saturday only
ers or floral designs promptly filled. at Barnes New Market an (;l grocery.
Tampa, Mrs. Geo. Boring. South 6th st. 10-7 ____o
eks vaca- u- FOUNID-On Fernandina Beach, 1
FOR SALE CHEAP-Ford tour- pair tortoise- shell rinimmed eye glasses.
ing car, practically new. Terms. Owner may have same by calling at
ed light Call at U. S. Custom HIouse. Leader office :ni P;ayinlg .o.t of thii-
outh 5th ao- advert isement.
tf ( HICKS -KRocks. Reds, Leghorns. j .
extra quality. Write Amos (;. Nor-1 ,r, t "ii
ave Mon- man. lPine ( astlh, Florida. cns )t'el-.s: ( rn '1ti 1van ()ver-
e he will 'eans Over-;t ir. .lt: c aln Oer l
term. The n:uiii\ friends of Mr. A. S. Al- No. 2 Ttit. .t lt fre, .S t a:y ,n ly
lan will regre-t to learn that he is ill. ,at iri mN ii1 a a e I o -.'
where in and all wish hini a speedy recovery..
*e, p one 1)r. aril Mrs. I). (;. lIum phreys
tf Sell out and move to Fernandina. have, returned froi Atlant:. (;a..
-- .__._ where they acciroill;ilind their son.
HI~fflWl in~llltlUIIIIIiH H~l~ll~IIMI I UIIII'Ii Ii1ii lllllmilllmllllllnlllt iill I tl henry last week. who, inter.s (t orgi:i
%Military Academy this y:tr.

M. i :alt Mrs. I' C. (;a'il iiot,.red
ovter from il i lall a., for the.
iweek-end. .spending the tinme \(it
i their frieiln.-. hlito iwIr-i dt-liv lildil t,-
set- them.

Mrs. Eugt'lee Broni. of Liake-
Wales, is visiting her grandmother.
Mrs. S. E. Plrewitt. She is en route
home from tiht- mountains oft North
ugs, Perfumes ---
The tii:ny friends in Fternandina of
ilet A rticles ,.r. and Mrs. Phil F. Talley. of
r t Blakely, ;Ga.. wVill Ie- interestt.dI to
learn that thev htv:i- a son. i,,rn St-pt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pearsn and
Little daughter. tf Ihavtotna. :ptnt a
r to Any Part of the City few days here this week \\ithi Mrs.
S=,Pearson's mother. 1Mrs. liza.ibeth
undays Included i'Fitzgerald.
: Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Baltzell anti
Sj little daughter. of Jacksonville, spent
i Sunday in the city with the former's
Ibrother-in-law and sister. Mr. and

s Drug Store I'. "-
L I. O Iwens., of Evergreenti the
REXALL STORE i county commissioner from the third
district, was greeting his friends here
PHONE 22 on Wednesday when he moto,red over
to attend a meeting of the board.



To j

We Dalvea



Fix this date in your mind and
W -. ti.. .. ,...-.. ....i- '.. I .... .I.._ I. .. i. ...

mg the past three weeks in New
Soirk City as the guest of his broth-
elr and family. expects to return next
Monday, accompanied by his brother
:nld wife. who will visit here for sev-
-'ral weeks.

LOST--So(,mewhere between South BOOK COVER CONTEST
.th st. aiil Brooks' factory, ladies ---
hiand bag containing more than three Through the couirt,-, .tf th '.. l.
dollar. iI money, also several valu- serre Motor Company til, ,,ihiri ,.
:tlle- receipts. If found please notify the Fernandina public" -, i.1 l:i :\,.

\V. 1. Iheriilon, I'. O. Box 11,, City,
and rIceive reward. It
Mrs. T'e-ty Foxwortht, Aisses Pau-
line Sweatrinigen land Florence Burner,
of llilliard; also the Misses Virginia
a1td Eloise Burner, formerly of West
\Vrginia, spent a few days in this
city last week at the Keystone llo-
t-.I. They report haviilng spent ; de-
livghtful time. 'hiis was the first trip
,t thel Misses Burner, of West Vir-
ginia. to tli "Ocean City" and
Fernanidina Beach and they were
deeply inpressed with the wonders of
the island.


Tl. Woman's Bible Class of the
Iir-t Hiaptist Church held their mon-
tily s"cial and business meeting in
':- cihutrch cottage on Tuesday even-
t.. S<-,t. l;Ith. 1:127. with Mrs. S. 11. and, Mrs. W. 1). Smith as

I'h.- president. 1rs. Swearingen,
hIad t e opening dev-tional, after
\.'-ih thle class proceeded to elect of-
.r~to t'ir the ensuing year. which re- n the re-election of the entire
'aitf lof officerss and leaders, as fol-
,-:.A Mrs. S. 11. Swearingen. presi-
,"'; .Mrs. W. T. Ilaile. first vice
ir,'-lftnt; Mrs. Beckham, second vice
l'>id-ent; Mrs. Julia Muller, secre-
l:; Mrs. Tyler Miller, recording
-' rertary; Mrs. T. J. llerring, treas-
,r: 1Mrs. J. Y. Purvis. teacher; Mrs.
S:.; Elliott and Mrs. Tyler Miller,
a tarnt teachers; Mrs. David Keen.
Ireporter. Standing committees
: r!tild on tays iand imean,. Mrs.
Itin ii ker. M r.! .1. Y. 'urvis,
1. .lulia M illvr; plogranl (-inmit-
t rs~iT. T .v.r Mil.i-,r. Mrs. C. R. El-
kI Mr-. L. A..rl-.I-; lmelu com-
S".for Sptembler. Mrs. lierring,
*V l.c-khtinl.
\ tf.r discussing matters relative
t. '"iVi.n year a very pleasant social
h.i V. ;.s enjoyed, the teacher pre-
'" v' each ne. present with an ap-
ltt vt-r<-. During the social
I" I the hio-stess-- se-rvetl vanilla
It l i :in i id htiiie-in:tile c:ake. all
S h. tone of our best meetings.
\ij'S. D. I. KEEN, Reporter.

S'Kva ig.'elistic Brotherhood of
th .r'-t Ba:ptist Church of Fernan-
d(1 11I conduct services next Sun-
da. .,pt. 2.5th. a:t ::{() p. m. at
El Church. Team captain. W.
E.- :>. Speakers, W. I1. McDon-
at: -Wingate. Ja.-. A. Smith.
*" r :iir.J. II. Haddock.

'' it\ lt-t-ii requested to an-
fl.,. ,. M1th1,,dist services at Sandy
r .r (';,ll;h;an, at 11 a. m., on
S. '-' 25th. and at Hamp-
h;' "Iuunirv at 2::30 p. m., and
,, : p. mn. same day.

Renew Your Health

by Purification
V* Y physician will tell you that
'rPteit Purification of the System
" Nature's Foundation of Perfect
ie3.trh." Why not rid yourself of
hr:.:.. ailments that are undermin-
:,,,ur vitality? Purify your en-
tie .vstem by taking a thorough
Lafer, ,,f Calotabs.-once or twice a
w.ek for several weeks-and see how
N'ato-'.. -

been furnished with a -' ;l\ ,,t il'.r
able book covers suif' ii,tw : ti,. > \,xt
every book in use. A'i m :i .i ir', :
to this splendid gift. thi -:ii l l ..,
any is offering three priz, ,,r i t;
three best covered sct ,..k- -
follows: First prize. fi\ .i..ll-I l
cash; second prize. f,. r .i,; l'- ,
cash and third prize, thret i.t-Il:ir> in


Can be lookedd upon as an
investment- they do not de-
crease in value, in fact
they increase in value, they
never loose their brilliancf,
it is retained throughout
the ayes.

C. $runwa/d

-cl. 'The children are to coverr their
Iiiks in their class rooms iund: tlhe
suipervi.ionn of the teacher :indl thle

t-< : C" teachers and : re|Ire'tI> t:ti\,i
>I l I r l r.N.(scrre Motor "om !i:lml\ T nl.l
pulil- SI pirilt d ;n t oIn I it- |Ilu .r i l Mr.
I.U,.-i rrv i:s v ry nlulc ;ippri i. -t t I !.\I
in,,' i I Ipils ;::il :I > acher,.

''The s.ize. of yor taxation dplendl
uponl the wealth of your community.
In this vt':ilth and reduce tax-
:it on by trading at home.




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