Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
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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 12, 1930
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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'LUADMUR ADaU u LS .SA

eras"ln KNOULSIter a.13inCniit


COUNTY LEADER I IAN


Fernandln&a NeW-Itedor ,Milt. on .
klassau County Leader. Eat. 1912 in 1 l., I



COURT UPHOLDS GENERAL TAX


TO PAY SPECIAL PAVING BONDS

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CITIES MUST PAY IF LAND OWN- a
ERS FAIL. OPINION ADDS PRO-
TECTION TO FLORIDA INVES.
TORS. I


City authorities are responsible for j ,: ,,,nd low tides p
the payment of special assessment i. f fl.ernandina a
bonds, such as street paving bonds Ii, streett for the we
that are direct obligations of abuttingi
property, if they purport on their :.,;.. September 131
face to be general obligations of the ,1 iny September 1
city, the supreme court was held irn r<., September
an opinion on paving bonds in Cler- f it .. 11:53 p. m
mount, a copy of which was received p. m.
here yesterday. .,. September
The. supreme court held that when -. 12:28 p. m
owners of abutting property default a. 1 :''- p. m.
in payments, a city may he forced to M: .i .v. September
impose and collect an ad valorem tax, n., 1 :25 p. m.;
although the special assessments may Inl.. 2 Ii. m.
already have been imposed for Ilene- Tji. l:ay, September
fit of the bondholders, and it will not 1:11 : in., 2:32 p. m.;
be construed as double taxation. n.. '. I p. m.
The opinion is considered by those- W'ili'sday, Septemb
interested in Florida's performance 2:.m :a. in., 3:46 p. m.;
under stress of bond obligations to beI m.. Il:19 p. m.
especially important and will do much Thuirslny, September
to restore confidence in the financial i:l :.. in.. 4:57 p. m.
world. a. in.. 11 : 18I. m.


Increases Confidence
"I" every holder of public securi-
ties in the United States could read
this opinion, there would be little
doubt left as to the honesty and integ-
rity of this state," one attorney said.
The opinion, written by Judge
Terrell, and concurred in by Judges
Whitefield, Ellie ,Strum and Buford,
holds that aside from the question of
double taxation, a taxuaver may be


F-'riidy. September
:2;' ;i. in., 5:58 p. m.
i. i11., --
T'le're are usually tw
two low tides each day
lo-w the moon more close
do the sun, and the lu
day is nearly an hour lon
solar day. This causes
advance from day to da;
which has occurred neat


obligated to assume a proportion of one calendar day will be
deficiencies caused by the neglect or .a tide that may skip the
inability of other taxpayers to payi'occur in the early mor
their assessments, and that such ad- third day. Thus on certs
ditioiA does not violate principles of a single high or a single
double taxation. requirements of curs. In such cases it
equality nor do they aniount to tak- 'that vacancies occur
ing of one's property without -due table.
process of J:tw. j
It is admitted by the supreme court FDNA. SCHOOL OPE
that perhaps "the act brought in I MONDAY SEPTE
question was passed under the affla-
tus of unusual conditions and that by The Fernandina scho
reason of the liberal exercise of its fe"r the 1930-31 term M
provisions and the blasted hopes of iing at 8:30 o'clock.
anticipated profits therefrom, to now At 10 o'clock the tii
enforce an ad valoremn tax to pay the will be held. The public
bonds will result in hardship anJd attend.
inequalities." I The faculty for thi< t
"Thlis contention would have lwen tlude, besides many of t
pertinent and should have received ers, six new members.


: urged in r.-istance toI the issuance
of the hlnds." the opinion said, "but
when they havel hmien issued, validated
and sold and the' provds e-l applied tol
pave the stre-ts of lthe city and to
enhaine the v ili' of *fhe ai.'-rnertv f
its aitizvns a:nd have contributed to
its gv'nral ibetternment. t li hionds ma-
tured and pay tine has arrived, such
a condilition, i< ill timed and offers nio
bar for a c,,ourt of justice' to adminis-
ter a valid law."I
All Taxes Burdensome
"No 'ytemn, of taxation ever has
ble-n idle\is.d that was fre-e, from its
bulrden- anild inequalities. It is coni-
(t'antinuile on Page -4)


GUSTAV GERBING


A sle.p in .Jesus blessed sleep.
t;iistav" ;e'rbing hrn August llth.
1.5'-4 In \irnimar. (Germany. came to
th- l'. S. in 1 871. lHe became a fol-
lIaer ,nof his Leird and Savior Jesus
( i.ai-t in l Ss i.
Smt li.-il the..olog1y under guidance
, t P'r.ti \\'t-kvr in Springfield, Ill.
li 1,S lie-' h I-aTine teacher to the
E. I.lihtiran parochial school in
Sl iiglKhii. 111. 1887 he was called
a: '. ,i li r tio the Ev. Luthran Or-
l Hiinint at iDes Peres. Mo.,
\t..-r,. ih ilate'r sv'rved as superinten-
elait till Ikeeinber I18.7. A nervous
tr.iit.le forced lhini to give up his
irk aind he came to Florida trying
t,, rgain his health. Hlie has lived
t"ir'-" since' 1897.
ih- fe-ll ash-e'p in Christ. Septem-
ber .th and lea-ves to mourn his de-
part ura' hi< beloved wife and two sons
Rt inlholdl terbini f St. Louis, Mo.,
and ;Gu.-tav Gerbing. of Amelia
('ity. live daughtvrer Mrs. Roy Hildreth
and Mrs. 4'. F. Ihorg.s. of Amelia
( it.\, M.i- Paula <;t'rhini,. of St. Louis
Mrs. t 4). pyf, e,f .hatckonville, Fla.,
and Mrs M. I. it:iunigartner of
Brun.swv k. (;a.. and l I grandchild-
re'n.
For *2i, yiar- h. li:i iheen minister-


It would be a mark ,of
courtesy for the patrons
ent Monday at the ass<
to meet these new nmen
faculty.
TIh following are til
the teachers who will hai


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DEVOTED 10 THE BEST INTERESTS OF FERNANDINA. NASSAU COUNTY AND THE STATF OF FLORIDA


I


predicted for
it the foot of
ek beginning

Ith and end-
9th, 1930.
13th-High
i.; Low 5:23

14th-High
a.; Low 6:07


FERNANDINA, FLA., F




GREETINGS--
TO THE
ABOUT

FOR-
Tablets
passes,
plies.

ALSO--
The bes
made.

SEE--
J. GEO. S
Jeweler 111NI


15th-High FORESTRY CAMPAIGN
Low 7:03 a. IS LAUNCHED

IGth-High Beginning Friday September 12 at
Low 8:09 a. the Bryceville school with a FIREE
moving picture show, the Anmerican
ier 17-High and Florida Forestry Associatiolns
Low 9:20 a. and the Florida Forest Service launch
their campaign against Woods Fires
18th-High in Nassau County.
; Low 10:29 Following this for a period of a
week or ten days two big red trucks
19th-High fully equipped with all the latest nio-
; Low 11:35 tion picture materials will tour the
County stopping at all the schools,
vo, high and giving shows and lectures, leaving
. Tides fol- literature telling of the devastation,
ely than they of woods fires. These trucks carry
nar or tidal their own power plants and material
iger than the to darken windows so that shows may
the tides to be given under any condition. Each
y, and a tide truck is in charge of a technically
r the end of trained forester who will be glad to
followed by answer any questions dealing with
next day and the protection of the forests andl
rning of the their care.
ain days only For 'more than two years th se
low tide oc- trucks have been carrying on this
will be noted work throughout the 'State, having
in the tide visited the schools of every County
except those of the north east c lst.
The public is cordiaUy in at04
O tend these progran'ts whe they arie
.MBER 15th announced.
The pictures shown are interesting
1l will open and entertaining as well as instruct-
onday morn- ive. The feature picture "Pardners"
was filmed last summer in the piney
r-t assembly woods of Florida and Georgia anoi
i- invited to abounds with fun action and romance-.
A special "News Reel" showing in
tenI will in- teresting places in Florida will al ,
he ,ld teach- lie shown.
The County Superintendent andt
int rest and others are co-operating with the al
tbe pires- vance agent who is preparing thle
nlh. period schedule now, and a most interesting
ler- of the and successful campaign is expected
-
ie ni,liies of ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
'.e t,, ,o with WILL OPEN MONDAY


the educatic'i of your t'liilir.n the
coming nine months:
R. W. Vant Brunt, Prin ipali.
Dr. W. 1. Russell, Librari:n.
R. E. Townsend, Scit-la and
Coach.
Miss ('lyse Bedentietld, E gili 1 and
Latin.
Miss Dorothy Price', li-- 'rv and
Spanish.
Mrs. J. C. Bennett. M.tie-11'.,ttics.
Miss Nancy M. Well-. Hlin,. Eco-
nomics.
Miss Mildred Pike. Mu-i.-
Mrs. Harry Johnson. K\j ,!-i,,n.
Miss Mamie Lou (;r ... ;Eighth
Grade.
Mrs. W. E. Ward, S.,I i, ( Grade.
Mrs. F. E. Galphin. x'-, ;rade.
Miss Mattie Lou lHr, .i Fifth
Grade.
M r s. Ashley Sniil, Fourth
Grade.
Miss Virginia ('arri, Thi rd
Grade.
Miss Thelma Hi, .cond
Grade.
Mrs. (lara M. Gr,i,, First
Grade.
Faculty meeting. Satur,,iY after-
noon at 4 o'clock, Room ,in.
R. W. \., ru. t.


NASSAU COUNTY DEPUTIESS
AID IN DARIAN, CA., RIOT

Deputies John W. Sk.;;,r and N.
S. (Thos.) Hernandt.z :".- htd to
Darian, Ga., Tuesday ami iunteer-
ed their aid in rounding ,.- Negroes
that figured in the baik robbery
there.
The local! deputies heq, ; earch-
ing about nt, half mil. f narsh
lands. Deputi-' and polll. *rrn five
different ,counties int.IL,.; 1 5 0


On Monday morning at S:3:0
o'clock St. Joseph's Academy will Iw--
gin the 1930-31 school term in the
various departments.
The school course will be in charge
of comptete.t teacners ,.s it has always
been in the past years. Music on
Piano, Violin and Guitar, also oth,.r
string instruments will be taught in
the music school.
For further particulars apply at
St. Joseph's Academy at the corner
of Fourth and Broome Streets.

DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT
*
Don't forget the dance at the Fer-
nandina Beach Casina next Saturd-ay
evening, from nine till twelve. A
good six-piece orchestra from Jack-
sonville will furnish the music. Price
will be $1.00 for the evening or 10c
per dance.


**** : .. 00*-0-0:0-100.00 :


SCHOOL DAY

AG


RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

p:K "A~~r% -1 -.Ir..-. .C ,


TO ENTER SCHOOL SESSION WEDNESDAY SEPT 10TH
TO ENTER SCHOOL R

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O 0 DELEGATION OF CITIZENS A.sk
Pencils, Ink, Com- CITY FOR FINANCIAL AID IN
and other school sup- ROTARY LUNCHEON CANAL PROJECT. I MILL MAI
X BE ADDED ON BUDGET.
C -- o--
x h i ,r m t iFernandina. Fla., S-,ieitinl,.. ;1 :;
? The I-.rr,:niiilina ltary ( liili ct ,.. t
n i .30-T-'he regular meeting ..i 1
in regular o.'sion la.-t \ ednesday at ,
st Dollar Fountain Pen the Elk't ,.m' its in I atti.nd- Cit\ mission wa> held
an'ce of ., pr ((it. \ which 1 means jm
That only .. m,.ni,..-. w. absenlt. 're.-nt Mayor-Conmis,.,
S, tt n,, w. h t'. Kelly, Coninmisiotners w\. T. I1, lni
S, Presidertnnd u V. Nirn lire- and L. G. lHirth. ('it Mana.r 1. \
UHRER'S sid and d U itih andt ity Attorn\ 11. I. 1.k
Druggst liam T. t r trt t'fir th!' Invocation. A d lgati.n
E 17' Drnlemt : A delegation comnu|,s ',i ,,l M, i
y Matt.r- ,,' Clul inti.tl'r t \v r I,' dis- E. V. Bailey, F. 11. lll.i. \ .-
cussed and .AiMr. J. C. Skv.totn, of .Mhl- Allan, Louis G e;.ldstem. Ir. Ti.,.
S- bornet and \\h,, I in cha1.irg of the \Wa.s, R. V. Nolan, Ira llaird,- .. ,:
ADD MEMBERS TO ENGINEERS recreatiIn -l-artment ,I that ty i lr. 1 unilphre-ys a":l,,,,i I..
made Iup I- attiiendaneiii \ith th' he l-al o r the. (',nifis.iikii as-kini : I,:! .o
Canal Commission Pushes Work club ;a'Id '.lt. a I'rief address. list ien,.rg.incy fund It- s of Inspection for Inland gedfesday. it for 1i:31, toI ble u-.-d 1l.\ I ..n,
Waterway. President N.lan aniiiuticed' to the! mission :at its di'cretin, t, :I .ni
l Floricda State Canal Commis- club that i,- officiall vistitation of ithe work of the Flori.l: t' .i: l ',..j
tile District governoror will I. (o I ii. ssioit i pto 'c urt" tlh,.c r.n.1l 'I tr ,
'siin. liadquarters at Tallahassee, has the Dstrlt ,to.vernr will t oh ilrida fri n to t'eure tlne a e I
I-..n alvised by Lieut. Col. Mark "en i. .
lii-oi. lf ividiby Lit. Cor. Makt urged a lull Aittelldanuc at that h niet- St. Marks on the ;uilf. Mr. Al !, \.
Bi...k,.. Gulf Division Engineer at
N, rl.ans, that two members to1 iIng he al- called atteiition it cthe as sliok..lian, stated -lthat it
th l bord of engineer officer fact that lth ll,ard of Directotr>: atnd inot Ie in.ecessar\ to, u thin ftiii.
til-l. |-'cial board of engineer officers t n h .
in (liar~,e- of m making the prelim inary the Con nid to, ha irm an n i ll Iiv .t i t shonl T e ,,nlt i,.d -, .
exaniin:ition and survey of the pro- e with him a-.t ti- i outi:rs ieoire the iat rneeid. The 'min-in t ..
Sa wa nirmeeting to .i-cus cluill matters and that from npresenit indicating iiItl i
l"- efl inland waterway from Cumber-;
Il Ud, Georgia and Florida, toRo tary inl t er-ial. inue of the city would I. e I e,1 i1 i
thli. M --:ssippi river, and that the i alily reduced for the co ini i i, .
ill continue the work that LETTER WHICH WILL BE and in order to rai-- :-uclih i t:ii,,; i;
b,: %l: cily been done under author- SENT EACH PATRON ON eight tw nllecess:ry\ to ini.i.ie .i
ity a t River and Harbor Act of OPENING OF SCHOOL niilage tio take care of s:in., : ,
ity of thI. River and Harbor Act of i i hal ne l.rs o ,,I tli. ,hi 't .,
1927, :ainl will also make the four indhv iual edIliers It thii' : i.
exa;itinations and surveys of various rnanil a. Fla., Iiere asked if they. a t:l p .i
route- n t-ross Florida authorized un- pt-llir 1,. 1e.. rec d r
der thel River and Harbor Act of Dear I'atron: fund in the lllidget if it iie': .i .
SToward the 1 i l tii iur one mill increase in the niillaitg .
l<:1i. Toward the hr.r ofl a-t1rii \-itir,
The loard as now organized con- principal sent .tlhe p1.,tronl. the eral mein liers of the de i i I.,
,;ists of Col. Harley B. Ferguson, Di- Fernandina hith s.chl iaI a Ier inn n1 i favor o(f the increased inii ,I ,
visi.,n Engineer of the South Atlan- vhich was .t-led that hih f i undl :lsoluite.ly n Iec,'sar. :il.
tic Ilivision, Norfolk, Va., senior school stu dent.s as whl. e de- t vhe (ininissnin titk the niattr ill
membt r or chairman; Lieut. Col. voting too niucl tini ti, sm ,i:l :tiI dirlvnl. tnt with th ,tr- .
Mark Brooke, gulf division engineer, cities to the detrnteiit 4f ..ti f.-actory- u 1 .
t New Orleans; Col. W. D. A. An- school work. Thli hl. ter a:l-o i.iri-td Mr. L.uis Golhlstein then :.alippli:,l
s district < ieer,. Mobile: a plea frori thl tea ct'lrs lf r a .aosi'r lef ,rt li- (e ninimm .isin proit,. i,n-
Major L. E. Lyon, district engineer, co-operation in etrfirt.s to .-t.-ure, *i.lal:,'t 'thet licen~ fe e..in ,,.r. .-
.1Montgonmery; Lie zier, district engineer, Jacksonville, the boys and girls, a. aig t.,Il This priest the 'onunmmi ,n t...,
Florida, and MaWor Weart, the dis- that parents unit,, in re. itin inder ldvisennt for later actii i.
irict engineer at Savannah. Col. cial activities to the w. I ndls. A delegation of colodIred cit.i-in
Brooke advised the Florida commis- You may remenieler th I .li were. ,-nimpou.ed of R. M. Ellersion, It.
sion that the board will not report asked to sign this letter !i retiirn lteck, S. S. Brown, .I. II. Slay:. Ar
on the Cumie'riland Sobnfdi-MlsiS- to the principal i> an n .,:,in ,f thIir Morris and John Iatisti.. :i.
siplli project for some time. your approval of thli..l lin 'lh' Ir' Ieefore the ('omnisii.on an
The Florida State Canal Commis- response to this IFap1 ...:i) 1 .;!y presented a l ill which 41h.y h:1.I


EIGHT PAGES


Volume 43-Number 42


CITY COMMISSION MET IN REGULAR
A H A. W, IF --- Wn i ftA, d i' F HN~dii


sion has advised the Jacksonville
Chamber of Comnierce of the pres-
ent status of the canal project, and
asked them to support the efforts of
the state of Florida to obtain an
early instrument survey oif the pro-
posed routes, so that the army en-
gineers may select the most feasible
one. and the state proceed to acquire
the necessary right of way, as early
as possible. The commission is dili-
gently pushing this important project
and has the strong support at Wash-
ington of the Mississippi valley
states and Texas, and other influen-
tial assistance.-Tallahassee Daily
Democrat.

HIGH SCHOOL COACH ARRIVES

Prof. R. C. Townsend. of Atlanta,
Ga.. who has accepted the position
of Assistant Principal and Teacher
fof Science and Athletic Coach in the
Fernandina High School arrived here
Tuesday.
Prof. Townsend comes here very


gratifying to t he prii'-:,i. .4iii hi.i
teachers. With their possible hall' dozen, .\,i< i, p:ilrn
signed this letter, atidl :i -r.':ilt ni:imy
took occasion to exlprl- h'-ir >',iil
nmendation, titheri in m-itrll o.r \. i
bally.
At the hieginnintg f I.I. < .\\ 1 .i in
we are ranewintg 1,i1 :,i i' -:il ''r
your co-opeerationi, t thit. .lil',
and along the sarmei n11t' -t* .n, 1 i
The greatest oii :l aI l'..! a<. I It
its students is to -icult ., .,. ,
in them proper habit. '
most worth whil- f ,'wl, tk,
habit of study. T1,hi. :i ... i 't
school in this re -.j,,,,: i ,. l,.i !'.
difficult these tin,-- \vI i ', 'r,
so many distractions i :- ,.
necessity for eir<,-i i. 4 ., ,i : i, ,
letw.ee.n home an i I.. I'
parents' duty to c.-ll' ,,l :L'' i:,'li'
study. It is their iliti\ '- -i
upon it. To encourage. ii in
his hnme study .pr.'. : .l'-
surroundings for him ;i' A ..*'. ii,''


highly reccomended and with several bim a study table, a .1 .-" I1:
years experience as teacher in the room :apart from th,. '. r
best schools in the States of Florida of the family. Thent. It
and Georgia. Inot in a nagging :v % : i
IHe ho .ds I.. A. Ir. n:.l I. De- I putting in a miil iii, .
green and attended the Presbyterian I school night in tti i ,,.
College of South Carolina. only c,-nditions in,.i. '
,r girl can learn -
It is ,,ur d-. ir," :, '.
be'st school te-rni r if
Sthe ctiol, I-st i. ii ;ian
IS H' best in worth .,l..' .' ,rn..
A MaXy wt' not c,'au,, '. .tr ,,,n
4AMU part to this ene:l
Your suggest.,i r ; "' "' ni *'
operation pledg!,l. -
SI Y,,.;.r .' ,;,:,.


WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES


.T \H \t : Brunt.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT


r fth-
- ,' ln


pri ntedi proposing toi set upon ni
trani charge for out of town iiili-r
takers bringing bodies into Iios I.ell I Cemnetery; also a liharge f"r
thi pulirchase of grave lots. Upon ail-
\ic'( from the City Attorny thi-y
v.e-re' infornmei that it was noimt pr<.pi-r
Itr them to set these charge'-., li:
thn'y we-re perfectly justili.-il iII ..
.iiiziniz a cei-ete'ry associ-:t in :mi,|-
* ..ih.rtil nig monthly fees, etc.. in a:
ii.Inne'r similar t1o the I.adie< '-'.ii
t.-ry Association.
Th'l nl inute-R of the iee-tiiing ,.
thi Equii:lization IHoard held in
\iigu nig- of the '- ity ('oniniisiiiu if
Nliuu-t 13th, 2L'th, 27-th, andl I.'iti
we-re' read and approved.
"he' financial 'statenwnt'iii s iIf tl,
(' ointiiuet-d oln Plage I1

NEW MANAGER AT
HART FURNITURE CO.


Mr. I,. A. .MeI.ndon, ol I'hil:,tk
arrived here rece'itly to take it,.-
place o,f Mr. J. G. Thoiirnp--,i \t%,.,
i' ft Mrionday for Douglas, G;a.
Mr. .cL.endoin is a rnani o,f \,i
ilVf pi'rsonality and will carry i.n
lthei work In the usual plea-ing Ii.min
i-cr for which the estalik-hiiniit i
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION


N.,-tl-, is heret-y given that t, .
, i ,ilar State Teachers' exaciiinat i .r N;,,.au County will ie, .hel ..1 '
i.-niter 1 1 20,. at Fearniani ,ii
itn tie (old) High School liuiihlii.
t.. gaining at 8 o'clock each morniint
Applicants for Special Certitii-',.
iiu-t tiMe with the Statt Ji~uperint ii
.I. it an application to take -, t :
.<' i'al Examination, must ke a gr..d
i.ti' from a four-year high scl h. ,i
-,' equivalent, and much suloiit .:
1 1:ial record showing as mni :
? %, y'ars work (twelve -.ila--t,'
i- r- in the subjects to be ni,
.11 the Spe-cial Certificate.
Appllitcants will please furmi-.
th.-ni-elves with pen, ink and Ih.:l
.1' iai-r. All ne eusarn t... ,..


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4
4
4


Mr. and Mrs. <'. M.
receiving congrati, ,'
birth of a baby ,I-.
cent's Hospital. it,
Sunday, Septemir i
little man has b-,n i.
Kelly, Jr.


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Friday, September 12. 19. ;


- aa, EJLPJ.K


Pace Two


From date of the fir-t pa.
t, "tre degrees, thirty-five min- first I uL ,n hereof. 30 fm dae of he .
0. ,-t. four hundred and twenty- Dated rnber 2nd. A 30 Dated August ith.
t.I to, a stake thence northD i P- WLL f Kate NOL .IN litI.
t w. degrees. fifteen minutes a Admi: tPr f the t-A, Kae Administrator OW IN.sII.
- .,t-fur feet to a stake; ,William'- sth e 10-31 iOet Behentra Hern: ,.
,"" ',rth forty-three degrees. :.t to 10-31,riet Betht-nta
w r..iutt- east, five hundred and'- i
t ,, .t to a stake; thence IN Cot 1 it tI TH E CO -1G j 1 --
S 't-five degrees five min- NASq. tiTNTA'l The strts i .,
: twvo hundred and forty- IDA. badly congested ,it, ,:..l
It, a stake; thence north
.' l iht il-gre.,-s. ten minutes In Re of i mobiles, but how i, a ...
S huindr,.d eighty-three feet liarriet :. -a Hernand- ars whe \
S tk.. thence south sixty deceaIe.! years, when e\ r.r, .
.,- ast. t% i, hundred thirty- TO Al ". REITORS L park his airplane T
l,.- tl f,-..t t, a stake; DIST RI'I : an:S ai'.Iali h park his airplay t ,
.ith ti r hliunmidred and ninety- ing 'la::.:.,t Demand I" leave it there all .i.v
S.. ," ;k t stake. tIkencl e south I'.statl-
ld.ir.,<. fifty miinuttes w est. You, ..,wh of vy -1n l 'lv
t .nlr .iuht -siX and one-half notilit,.d : uir-Lied r it .aint. tis t
t. ta>k th,.n south twelve claim s a ,a ..im nds h ,r I i l i' ,
,', !n t` nliiinuts .iast. three either ... ,n.. a sy f t Ahar ,,
S.i,, niT.l l i.-t t point lof estate i rr t it-' cenri t (it I the.l A n rr .it m .l.
1. ..tiiit iinitii thirI y-two acres,'dez. de,e. 1. l i,11 .\V illl. ,
n lii't i tr. -t of land., Fl.,rl;i. h, -I. n ,. ," ', v for theinsel\ <- il .,.i, i.
S l, iil, 'l tl l i I lonvl yed. i.e. inK Judl-. ,, it f..r n- of thoi u r
;.nt, ( ,. ,ai nd L ots Six andi F loridi I, ., ,,-l..ti i ....l ni ny of t o t I r .,
i, in .-,i.l na1ii on or Sect-in i County cT i ; is ;r n"
',-, T o slIi;> Three (:0) North.t i Fernaiilt U,,r t e wrong.
w ,*\. nit` %-, Ilht (t 2 ,s aslt. lying -
.' Ultn .-hliw anld desiKnated,
Tl, I,. ;iltitll"i pl:1t. ext"lded as ------ -
i,,lin n>t'll i g at the s.iuth- ..
.r..r ,f said i lI.,t Six (6) and'
:. i i trliilit line south eighly-
... ;.-, s. thlrty nlinutes west to a|
A I it. ;east el -e of M .., thai t ccert:iin lot or parcel
i minlit'. 1jing and being in
S.ii ,It N.issau, State of Florl-
,,-. rih,-as :s fllows: That certain
i irol facing on Lanceford PHONE No. 50
.n ,,,ii ,-ii ,ii at the lnorth-east
., I ,, .,t SIX (41 and running
lit, 1\,.In\-on.- l,.-gr-e thirty nin- A t
.. !,,r :, iii.io'lte of one hundred !, J^ :
1 !' .' iiiii south eigKhty-six
i,. r unt\ int ltes west for a dis-
,, 1thrr.. hundred feet; thence
.... ,1,h twenty-one degrees. ,nua
,, .111illt, ,.a-t. t 'r a distance of
S.rr..l ,-,-t:; thenc.e running I
i. ht --ix d.lgrves, thirty Iwin- I
1 .t. .ii -int ,o l ginrK ing; Said 'isr
i .f 1i.,wl n -inlin known and del-
I. II...I lhe plat oi survey of i
l,.ri Y .%v nlwn. by Julius Klotz,
1 .. <;11*;I.lN W\l"11 ". made by W.
l ,,.t. ''tvil Eniineer. in August W TN
... **T msnl-red SEVEN (7).W S. W H Y
I t ,,1 + i- itn Fifty (50). In "
i 'l'lhr< i) north, Range
r" t v C i ) Es I : l t .
\i",' ithat certain lot or parcel Office First Floor Waas Buildinlg
.. .1 itu .t.'. lyviing and being In
-'ni\tv of Nassau, State of Florl-
... r,., as follows: That certain Oppobitlt Post OfiMc
f ,,f land designated by metes
1 1 ilis as' rii niiti ng at a point I
I -.o. rf l ri('reek. o(in a line running
:, i;'i\ iiy-oi e dlegree.s thirty Hin-
t, ..e\vni hundred thirty-three
SI lialf feet fromi the center of
S.\vi-niiue; thence running south
i ,l, r,,,s, thirty minutes west
S.1i tli lcii of three hundred feet;
S. n..thll tVwenty-one degrees. ----
u'. til #-, w -st for a distance of .
i -i1 *i f et; lliwnn ;, .i.l.l the li lirst line., thr-r nundred
,.i l..i i,',lefrd ('r,.e!., m id inre a--- title.
.-a- no eh ghtv sez d:Ilwr*es.
I hin iml,' 'l liast; h nvent alonK said
S.' *l :l ( ir' -k. onr hlil rl- tret to
., t ii t o h niinnln S i-.l I'lt or par-
.! I1 IH- L iio .*i .\i :lil ht-sligna-'ed
11 il. Iplaht of -;rv.'.cy ,,of land f4 r- h A
in, ,w V .iis n Tli ri tz., kn.lw n p

": I.i'' \\. tI -,ii l -M I'i". I'i^'iI ifcA-*'. IA A TAV ^1 J[
Ci' ,l 1, 1)i\ ii l',ii 't l 'r IF. A istrlll i t ilk l _-AT -
.... pate: SIM O N 'S

,hl," ,,l se .i IIrt *, ll Ir ll y I II I I
is T ,h eiirip diee.d r:I), NIl "
'* ilots. tr. l 'ts r rirels' of lands
'. ln'l,, l" ,hiescrihdd Ieing the Same
., l. T, ;. l I 0ot+. I Mr:-i't aor parcels o.f I l
1 en ,,, l #-tIt, the s i.d W illian k W .
,ll, inwl h said Iotis G II Ihrth and
7 .i Ilirlth. hfis \ te by their deed
r tahe' f, rth ld \ tf Juilary. A. D.
'l n r ..,rd- d Ii i li,., 1 Bo Ik N .RA
it paizo.. i" 1 '.-41% 44,f the fl'uhlit"

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A l S a h-Iua
,.,l.- il hT i:i (Irass Blade;
1 -, 1 .,1 l ,l l desl (s\%veci ) for plow
att hment.
-1 It,uihle ,n h,,s .
I Dhow ,at.-
tPopular Prices



.. .l w .> l<-n hound for gas-
I I~il,'k,' w Ilh 'lul w rith nau er t;

."".,, ,, ,,,,-,,.,,, a. e 314 Center St. Telephone 10
1 .;it. Il I u.;i Iron for gasoline.
: 1.1 1 .- ;s *< [ **K n t *t rs;
I small ro,. kin i.halirs. -- ---
!i straigl ht lcha:ir<;
1 sira l lit li iir .
I tr:iighit trin chaliir, rustle, rattan
t valtiva ir. with two extra setsi
,1 ,'iltliv='ilmliL' W ill ; Yl .t.
I a sevie
Iair m ,, INtSnI.aHA N C X
1 I~rla round back chair-hewed A "'1,
1 l I1`%... n^l,., j lH alle & Ferreira ,":
Sitril tor, ground; H F r.
st s r ,l r h ,r n s ( o v e r d o o r I n ,. :
I dsk. wil. in hall behind front T- I t.I
l,.ir in main muilinK; RA ST A T f
1 niiKine. Fatirhanks-Morse, galoilne .A.
It. |I r inh naim. plate removed. "..
b\ linl 111in lias pumnp-attachmaent; .5.
..,. 11 l ,r k s i.
i, ..,r.* iiower pots ),nT TO A X ^ T
", I rir0 1h\\*. pto\.:::"IN SU R A N C E,:':
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plung ),,, t.rdell- here. Y 1 X ,
;""" 'th"pulley j Fire, Life, and M arine '
i I11 itill. h'ln ;" with pulley. i e '.
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!'ilr'' il"'p li ~halli la m ps -
1 0., i I, ..i< r, lawn swing
, .i .. ; .il l,,rth a;
I t,*l,- t .l r. fel e t.
1 nu il r itrown mare);
.11 ,'. ",.i Insure the success of
,,,i i.. double: your future with a

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.. lt :tt" 'a....BUSINESS EDUCATION

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I s MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE
s 1i it hlwn .m\\ Ilig.

A. 1 .,I ki hen *afe:
,:. ,,:,.' .ek. a fr Fa- The Massey Business College is the
T,k" K911,. for Fairbanks- largest, mIOst modernly equipped,
I .:l ,r tfably', nbeft organized, and the longest es-
t, ,.,,,.;" tablished business school in Florida.
S -.. -h !41,,11 attach-
"..NES. Jh. iti Why attend an inferior business
<, t,.Miter C, chancery school when you can attend a first-
;,. J ,,,, ll class school for the satne money? Do

,. r :'ia not be deceived by golden promises.
< ,,. np,.,,anant -to 0-3You will regret it in after years.. .

i% ll-; 4A)1 T V %r J1 UDGl-'N COLiiT,
U I,.,,.,, ," rOF oK- We shall be glad to send you litera-
'" _ture and information regarding our
u,. \\ l,., t +.' .^ ... coursese. .
T,*i .I. i'KIF. IT KIRS. LEGATEES.
wt -:Er'; and allU 11rstiOL havI
u ; .t' ,r do-.mands against said
And each of yuU. are hereby
,:.,t .: r ,uir i t,, present aln)
4l nlliandls which you, ur 0
.. r n! nav have aizan.-t the
Katte H iiian.-. de'tcAsed late .


and Fintance. 1,y adding thvr,.to an
additional section to be kn..wn as
"Section 13" providing for the Inann,-r
of taxation of motor v4 hiKl.s. tI. inl
the santme is h-r.i-by agr.i-j to atil sht'ill
be submitted tio th.- qu.til -tied l-. 'trs
of the Stat.- of FlPh.rildai ,r rat:ii,,t, ,
or rejiv tion .it Ili- ;.-?i.ril i:l, ,* ,,i
to hIe li,1< on th. firstt Tu.slly a' t,.r
the first .Ioii.iy in NA,\ trnl.r \ |
l'P30, that is to -.iv. th,.r liha ll te .",M -
ed Io Art -l,- IX ,,* t,.f ',onstti i ,n
oi the Stale .1: Pli,,rnli. r--l:atin tv,,
taU xa tion ;1 :1l lil il. .. .11 ;ii-I l i.,,I t I
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Legal Advedisements

IN CI01 1" JI 1)E's CO'iRT, NAS.-
.%01 'i'. FLORIDA.
In r, I:-'... '. ,I
M\iri:r I" Hu ,*, dleceased.
Ti- .1i.M. ,l.l:iITORS. LEGATEES
i 1 ,i'l:, I. '1. ::S and all Persons
htilnii -'l., :,- ,r demands against
S ;1 1 1 -I 1,
V,.s .,,.! h 4 of you, are herelby
,,,,,t0 .! :. *" Int ainy claimnis, and dte-
llr;h,1"l '- I. ,,I or either orf Voul,
ii:=i\ h, -,v-. 1[t the estate of Mary
1:. H .: 1 .,....sed. late of Nassau
'.,iil\ .l:.r im .onlI for Nassau ioun-
t\,, Ki.'il,,T ,, i .' +, li (e in the Nam-
Ia l ,l i I, *,11" ll .i e. in the t'itv
.,f w'. .i,. ... l'..r hla. within one
\. ;ir it-,i *i It,- tI, th' first Dublication


O

THE WAY OF LIFE

o 0
By Brace Barton

WHEN'S THE TIME TO QUIT
I rode downtown in a taxicab, and
,looked at the picture of the driver
,ont the license card which is issued
ily the police.
Where had I seen a face like that?
.Suddenly I knew. An acquaintance
of mine looks enough like the taxi
iiriver to be his twin.
If Ithe whole truth be blurted out.
I doubt if there is a very wide dif-
ferece in intelligence between that
1.txi driver and my acquaintance.
.-itih i1 well read. Neither can be accu-sed
of frofund thought.
ollw is it, then, that one is on the
front seat of a cab and the other
i ides in the back seat of a limousine?
Luck? Undoubtedly there is a lot
,,f luck in every successful career.
i;,lt I think my acquaintance has at
l<';i.. l oie1 quality which the taxi
,Iri\Tr hlcks. He stuck to his game
flhi0Iigh some pretty lean, tough
years when there was every reason
t,, he discouraged and quit.
T''h dividing line between success.
a;nlll failure is just a hairline in thous-
;il-F- of cases. One single decision
111;1 na:lke all the difference.
A young man has just been pro-
iiotld into the vice-presidency o(f :a
,corporation, and given a stock part
ci|p;ition that will make him many
tiil'S ai millionaire.
ll4 toli me that he started in a
Il'mit-h office of the company as an
:countant. Before long hlie had made
,inelf' nuster i o f one certain phase
,of th o-4lrlom alny's airairs.
l. I- o ked around him andi above
him. ;tridl was discouraged. Every-
:.hir h- hi. way seemed to be blocked
1,\ ii'mn who ihad been there l niiger.
Ilil ,4,re young enough so that they
)ild. >l< I. actvie for many years.
4ihli night he definitely decided to
i,.k for sonlvething else. The nexi
,i\ :i ,r1 ricer of the company vi I: h tianchli. and a violent discussionli
S11 lii'll. The offiicPr upheld one side
1" i1 It iii<- tion. my young friend thew
il, ,'. .\!d nmy young friend knew
Ili :icl-; hie was right.
Trh. :irrlnient ended by the offIicer
: I.int, hinm to come down to New
i ,rk "for a few weeks." He has liven
tli'r1' <".-v r since.
I1' h li:ad resigned the preceding
4' l11r. h"y % oung friend would
Ii i, I i l' lis one great chiliance.
i l.,i'in ov'r tlihe door of the lab-
S .'i\ 1 4 i a re:at au :tulomobile cOiln-
|n',. lihi.s -tlntence: "No one ever
.. ...I. I, t:ii,, crossed the ocean if he
, :tI' if I1. could hlavet got off in the


I ,11 ot writing this piece to try
Si,.,., iivny ian contended with a
i r I. 'There are plenty of in-
,. r.\h ln in ii have made their
S, i f), 1* t",'tlines lby making a fresh
.! 7
I: ,i il..r, ,,fte i> .it I t 'y hitting tight.


lin-r<.-ol.
A\ lili:lll F'
II.-.\o '
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," .S I:INNICKER.
1.,,, I'nit Testamento An-
:;-7,. ..i Mary F. .Hughes.
8-8 to 10-:1


tlllIi; til'" E.I.ECTION
\VI'1:I: \ T it Legislature of
1!.2". lui .<,, i li l '.C.'institution of 1 SS8..
,,f it,. Sia. t.l I ,-.rila. did pass four
Jilt I; s. .n- i proposing amend-
in0.1 i. i **'.ii-ttiiution of the State
,l -.'l-.rl.. .inl lh, sauie were agreed
I.i,, t ,! t hr,- -l-ifthis of all i the
ni ri,,i. '. ,i t, : eat h house; that
hi \,.I, !1 -.tli Joint resolutions
-.r ,ill. ', t iip-ln their respective
.1...11r:l1.' 1, tI f t .%vas and nays there-
,,i.n ;i1,'l, 1 i *iI ,.toerm ine and direct
lh:,t hI. .1 ,,int Resolutions be u.4111.
mm .. .l i.-.t.r.rs of the State at
h it ;, e ... i:!,,tion in November.
''.. V. i l Il:FOi lt I, It. A.
,;1:.\, .. ,," (State of the State.
..i vi i .i, I r, by tive notice that a
i !1:11.1 I .EL 'T IN
\% ill li.. i i ;-lh county in Florida
,,i 'i. : 'xt silveedlinK the first
.,lt.l.\ : \..\ m.ii.< r. A. 1). 1930, tlhi
':ii~ *r.]. 1. l, li It1he
t,! t> 11 I'AY >)F NOVEM R lt
,,ir I', ., '.., ,, l ilor" rejection of the
-;i r! .1 '. I:, sli ions proposition
in. nllj.. I i .- 0'onstitution of the.
.s .i 11 I" rpl:i \ 1z :
-\ .I,,Ii l tis '.TION Proposintg
.\n \. ,i.lnt lit tI Section 6 of Ar-
1. i, I\ o' th1 w '-n.stitution of ltho
'i.il, ., l .7".i.l R Itelating to IBondsy
1:1.; IT l:i..<,I. 'l:l> I T11 LK ISIA
Sri: ,i: Ti.: STAT R OF FLOI,
Th.I 1 ,. i.,!!,,winR aniendment to
7,I" al,1 i. 1 .\riti, .I* of the Constitu-
Tion il. .Sitii,. of Florida relating
1,0 1i.,,, l !., i .I tlie amnie la hereby.
" "iL tl' :,it slihill ibe submitted to,
ih,. *l,.<.,.. ,,' ill.- Stalte at the General
l:1.,i.,.n ,,f I;. Iiris- ntatives to be held
11 1:,.Y:. ..r iilipproval or rejection. That
-.il1 s.-. t i.n '. :.;Ill bIe ameni ded so w.,
S,. t,,i *. I'Th. 1I.t- slature shall
,il\,. I. !. I, 1'1.v\1b for issuing State
IIIV.IA ,,iI r sI liiipr.-ssinK insurrection
i.1 i 1 I'.i ii Ilistri0ts or MN uni'i-
,;,in.,s ..i it.- .sitat. of Florida .shall
t. o l," i I,, i-if londs only after
Ilt, .iirt li.ill I..i\'.- been aliiproved by :i
in;:ll..ll\ i" tIh \,,trs c.:l.slt in an evlo,
iii l1 I :i majority of llihe free-
i,,l ,.lrs w\ l. 1:it itiillied electors r.--
liuh in ih C iountiles., Distrirts .or
\11iii, il,.si .. s ihl:ill participate to bpi-
,i, il l tl, ii.in iner to ,l presvribedl
i.\ l.iw; .i. th,- provisions of thim Act
I, i II is llv to thei refunding of
I,,, 1- w 1, I v \cl-isiv.ly "Ir the piur-
1 .. .. ,,f r,! iin flioi of the iondis oir the
t. **n- i ,tit of s- ich i 'ounti.es. Dis-
!, ~. ,,r M\l lni,'ili llitirs..
\ .liJl\T l':. II;Tl(>\" froposlng An
\ iiliii .tIo Artil-. IX iof the
',. lioii ,in of the State of Florida.
I:- titi\- to Taxation :and Finance.
I, Hli.e Klnown As S-citin 12 of Ar-
li.h, IN .
I1,I: IT BY:SOI.VE It" THIE LEGlS-
..\TI'lI.: <"P Till:E STATE OP)
1.'l.I >iH1 1 >.\ :
That t0hc follow in :aniendment of
\rti-h IXN ofi the n11fiistilution of the
"t|ti( .f Florifia to he known as Se,.-
ti.i 12 ,iii .%rti.-le l. IX be. and the
a.IIir is hlrlby agre'-d to alMd shall
:,0 )/t tliIt*. to t ie v.le toril of thet.
":l:i, ,*,I" h'lorwil at the. Aen.nernl elc-


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S"l, 1tV


' lI, i I, f*" I h "I h l l o n ht lir s t T, u e s d a y
i!II.r tli. lirstl .,nid.it in Nr vember. %OTiE: or 1' 1 11. 1l I ll'l' -11,1 :
1:.;l. Ir ritliie-:lion -,r rejection.
ti.iIn 12 Fi'or a ,,riod sf fifteenn N >Tl('K IS !11!-: I': l:V ;IV .N ;i:tN
v.-:irs ir im the I-0 il itili of (opera- llilnti irll 1 \ it ifll -t i..,i *I.il
lioii. ,ill i tlii.strial pli ntl s w hi,'h shall li f il rm 'r iil .1 1.4 ,. i r It i h,
ho- ihli is l il Ilii te .ii.. on oi r after :41 i ,.- ih,.
illv 1st. I'ts29.. ing:> d.l rim arily dur- I il l, 1 .\\ i *r ,, .1 I, l* it ,,T
ii s;ii.Il p r. mlod in thle ii.ianufa-cture off th, O ir.im t" girl '.. .I I.
lte .el s .1s, alit-,.inoli tires, fabric s ,li i- il I 'lr. u l ,i i ,1 1 ,: i i ... .1
inr l t-xtil-s. woo-11 ilnli paper, paper ty. F'lorilti. itll i .. l!!T. i, ,. .
l,.ik.s. tlih r I,:ard. ;ut lm n. il 'ill l|air s alir,'raft. :i, r raft parts. IRobi.rt I i ; ,iii.- .,:!
';l.is, :a 11 l 'ro, kry .I;Iitaf-clturvrs and iangms ;Is \l tI\ .ir. I~1, i,
th,' 'ihr l -,fiii i f i" s r ..mld oils. and Hai l s l: ,'.,l I I : l:l I' i- It-
I lI, ll i It% -lpr hi ,.l- ..r Iln iative, li:iin: lfn :inl l X% li:! \, \ ,
n1 1! nt I s ti t n- 1:ntIl a1:1A ire if any of hida M .y 1. I, i'. ;i \\ :
!h'. SIDil-,\ |ir,,o ,,l .| s li, lie i ( i T.xelnit. T utlh iiill A -l:i 1 'I'lil i i \\
tr,- al :ill t :lie. *i. x |l that ni *t) x- If. l lnvII ,L .1i! 1. l .l', \ :i
,nil ti. rif % hil'h shall lot. liit+* effective i% if :ir- -I-I, l.il il- II I l h il
!iy % \lirllfit of thi lnitii< -lli, I11 .liall ex- 4p1e, ia l .\ =' i.- J ;i61,1-.i. 11. ,- if. ..i tl, -
t.nd i l ,'yo lith e yea r 191 e re \\ill t. 1t .. -,. i ,i .
The. ,c. io6n itn-r. in authorziel puhli- ou.i i., \ .. t i, i ,
-ha-ll n t appl y lll to) real -. tie iow i l ill .r tr ,' i-li !., 'i.. i : ,!,,
ind ul.s.i m l cy such illlid l rial plants 1f 1th. ,ourtl i i .,,
* c- 1l Ile r,,, l estate I. ', i.l. l :l s tl he in t 'lt o|i I, r'Iiyl.' ', .. ,
I,,. ;I ii n rin l ir o to ,,i-, such in- w ithiiii i. 1 ,II I. -.il h .. 1 ,,1
lustrial plants and thI I l hlliinKs anld 10ndliv. t ti..r t h. \ I ..
lr.,,i rl.y .sittiated thl r.,, ltogethe.l r l lam e lo it ; :t 1, l ,.11 ,l. \ i-
% ill li ihi lands as ia\ I. e reilitirei h low illrl.t .I .1 III p p. ,' in
f..r wair.hous.s. storage ,. tr..-,kagoe andOil (he .,un1111Y ,,i .I -.i- i ,, ,. ,1
Oliililir fla ililtics anll I iiir iised for io-\u I :
-n,-h liirlosoiii-.- "A ll th ,. rl, ,r t i t ,
-flai r'l I ,I 1. rl I 1 I '. t .
.\ .JOINT I .:SO.I' TIO N I'rl ,silng An (act...rlin, I,. l, ,.ii ;.,
A. ir-ll olnn tll po Sv.1. lion 1 ,i f A rtl i'lllen l\ ,,I .i ..i .,,i .l It -r! .1 ,,
X -,, lfh. e ,1n stitulion tf lihe State the l :i i..i I. ; It, ',' i
of l,,r lti Itl-latitin Ion T.' i\: ,l and i i'hristl-|olh-r" .I I..ll .,1 ,,i
J.'iln. s Soia. s t -i.s ir,\ l, i \ llhoril\ ToW-i i I Thr. '
for lh State i l lo i t i. l. i wI T" .lit\ i i. i i I .
a i l t '. ll I ,. ili l rl tal'l .i r i l I sta te tra l I, i--r,' 1. li i t .1 i ,
'l';i\,'s l'in l<.r I',,rl=iin <',. 0ir li ,iiis andi <-.>n \ I%, l. r. !n + ". ,;, .' ,
I:i: r IT I EKSO|V.'II> TH'ilA: It;IS- k .> n rI ,1. 1, i. I ,i m... i \ I
I.. '1 "ItE: o El I I T il lI STI TI P l I l;l .:l:\\ l v ,, ,.
I,- S'I T En 4 ti Pt ipt; -,\ 4-
PL O.i 1 : r\,\ i i l I. I .. i- 1 ; -,, / \ I
'I'l il I I 1- ffllo\%Ing 3tl1i,. ilnet t lit to 1960 f.\ .\ l M iN',,,, 1'. i ,, i
- 1.1lo 1 11 ol." A t.i -i" 1\ .4i lilt- f oh ili- :lilt v\ li 'lh "I !' \ 1" T:I 1 .1". *.\ ...... -
,I iul *t n Ifth -n4 the ';ata e oi l-'|,rila re- w\as lihil 1i1I lit,. 1 .
l.il ig it. l Tai\ alioli and ll 'i1 .i11 '-4. h .. -t 't lll1 l he. I II, is. h ,r l.h .in l. 1 te.. < ',i n \ .." N i i l '
iso ld 11l:1 ll I l.- .ii iilli0'M c 1 i, lo t l. tl- tori S..\s .-n l ,l .+ 1\ --: M .,, 1 \ ;
.it t h S. :i:>1. <.f l-'1 ,iola 1 .1 Ihi.. k -. -rra l il ll .\ l lk i.tI' r., i r I'. ., ,,,
,.I.,*l l.. 1 01 (o h. h t, il ,,n li,.- tfir.- T iuis l-s1.itn:ilt l-, 1,It i ,. "P I. \'T o,.` 1 \
,Lift .ill. r tlh. ti -st Mfndl. in Novetin- W\\itiilt" ( i lt i .d :i!,, ., i .. 16
,..r. 1 I I*; for ratii.:-it.,T ,,r re- ing thiirlt\ nt. .11 1 t ,,i
i. t'li il. h1-i1 is I f s say. ht it S.-rillill (;lI IIh ;i,-r,. > -i lii l it i s .I,0 ',, ^
I I f A i tla le IX of I '.."',,i Jlt ,,i < 111111in l, ]li ,- ;' ,l .. ,
,.f the Sl o f iornL ia re-l.Itin I,, .r .,vetoni ,I r !.r \ \
'Iaxattii, an dn l la n.1: e s I, aii hldh l .s, .;ir t' (! ,. t .
is to r .l ..il ow s: t \\ nty !... ,. ,,
S.b .tl .- i 1.t tI1. N Uo i ,ii 1 inh .it ih;lu'nT r .. t.. i ,,
Itr m. r t. < tiion li he in hoii e, .t r. >l ii t,ft\ -li\r .. i -,. ,. '. ..
,r ,H iZ,'l.- s o-17 tl i.fso S ta lte shit ll I,'- l,.\i |, th s,,iit hi\ "' ,% rii, i .! .. .. ,, ,,
,y lh," ttS.>lt- f F 0,rlila or lii,.l,-r It- |.1 I. +; II h li .1.. .. :ill. I
.0 ltl.h rilV. and lh-r.- shalll I. -\, ,.m il tliilndl.a r ,r, ; + .i -
fr..in l.It:m .> l,, the. lt 01 ,,f t ,,. I lirth. ,tl ...let, X t ^
:jIIlyV rl.- ,lnid inin this S it,.. house o iin1! r : '
hiohl ri,,,l insa l p.-r-,ial -lff i to,1 th thirt\- \ ; .
\.ilu 1f %I \ lundh ,d <$$ | iI t > ;, 1 ft t. t I'. ; ,
lhij |ri> n i|\ how, v,. r, that th l e. 1 is, g 1 ,,_ h l .i". s .. ) .
!.tuilr, i ;i \ opr,,\ le tir th .- .ni nt Itrtt ai- i, t -I '. ,
l.' \ I.l "i.l l ,., l l, l if a lt \ ]i" ,,, Ilk- a road l ift., i f, .
tI.-I 11.1 1 ,r tlor th l':s:Iz ; t. \ '. s. not -. l c ,t- ii li x In ;h i ,-..l. i.-,m il.i r\ : I) : "'', !
-* ", i t l t iti t-- ill,, U l l1 % i11 ,,. r--oad t, l i-. r : ,
i.. i i ,1 tt I. l'nit d StatI s Ir .. ,, I lI s ) ti, x\ i, r. .. .. '
SI t I, > T tlitot fl ainst l no tr ,i. ;i,-;,.,I .i r : l it, t .
i1,!1 :-in.% -im ilalr t->x upon I ltl r.,t.t11.,.s -4 vi' ll. i, it, l- *' I ,
,,r I it \ .- a ,, -AtIt.t A as r sst -17.d 1 ,.r h vi,. ar il -.1. ,l \ J ru .*il.
I.% h-i 'rnt,'l State. ton th.- sl: i.1.. si ty-.;i ," ,In, I' ,
,'.'t. ,Ith ,re po r fi the I., ilatiir .iak r t,.h. .. .., : .
,, I, \y ->u. h I~Inheritarint' t i\,-.-. ,,r Als,, thl0 r1.t !, *" : D
1:-t: ,d T:i\.- I>n tlis bitalte. h.il ..xisl c .1, l I. l il .
,.r l +-,, n th-i t4. a ul d r(iing tHi, s ii, n d Conlty to :ts. N:; ,
t -!Ii l tr tax I,- eInfor e l y lh. I' t,.,l and hr in ;i I':.-- ,a 7





SIA r1,a tnh r ht-ai,
Slt.ii .ir.illst F lrdia lnh,,r i n .+.s ,r lifirs ,.i \\ n; o ,'i., "!' '-
K I': .ii .111.1 s h ill oin ly Ill' '* x, .r is ,-,l ti0, n F ift \ i ,!, ,. "k" I, .
.r ,.nfo ,,. to0 t e extent of al ,,rnbitl: North. Iir tit. .. '.
lik. jnrii,.t tit (of any deduction or ro.it -int kit,, ii. n uIl tI,- -, I 7;,
lih.h m1o av be p ern>tted by Itie la1%s plat ,,f sur, .1ldIt ". h
of tlt. 'niled States. now etxistin -r t,,,rti,,!i .,! <.i.1 1, r' ..",, ." i,,
h .ilr iter enacted to h o 'Clainlel t.\ Pift.v kl,"wn r 1.1\\\ ,' ,
r,.as,.n ihereof. ap a deduttl,-n or In the oli.we <,f tli. <'..- i- I ,.i.. r'r
cr. lit against such stniilar tax .,ikt the uit "Io rl .!r ;,.i! ,
I'rlited States applicable to F rida.Na.issau. F;. r.,l., :\ *' ,*
lliht-ritan<,' 4) or Estates. The Le i. the 7th i .I,1\ .f M r A\ "* ,i
tirte innyv provide for the apprt.priti,., f,,n,,I'.W S ,,-M .,; t" ;t"
,,f all tax<-is .,,il,.-<-ted under thiq Ar- n, rth u:, .s r ,+ ;.. .1,,
>ichl" to) suc.h State. County. MulniqlIpAl St ven 17). T :. ,< .rt
. r l : i u. t' i i i o n a l p u r p o .-se a s i t n a v rl ,t :,f -, ; i 1. ; : ;t,
iIe.-ti. a l\ likable r.ti.ily- l] i ..:. ., < r ,I" I'; -
\% o s t r ,I r ,t ,t .
A .ilNT it:.irS LI'TlUON Proposing An tit,. \.,t i. I, I- i i i l
A.melllid mtnl t, Artiele IX ll i lhe] (7, 7 and Si |,.i .tl t ,-
< .i-listitut on o-f the Slate odf Fiurilai r rs thi" t'. t:,;i. .... -" i ,i
l,\ A .Illitio T h..r.t.To A n A dditional S ,.- f.., T; .. t > v "
ll 1 .1 to lie K oit,lin ai ".?st i tion l3"" I;rc Ih '. !: ;lr .- ...-- ,
I{, litiliK to the Taxation orf M ,,t,,r 0ired niit l i'rt\ -, .. "


By Spuds Johnson


I, t .,!,,,Li :i year ago thle country
.,;, ,-.11t-. to, ouir house and talked
, ,,. il'11 ,I fii me about the lHomen
"* I ., r ir t',,ii st. I wasn't much
i ', lti, contests but Mary
.ri, ,i lt iihr f ialld I told her alright
it i .ii .,.-p the reco4irds.
.lt.,it tilt lirst of Oc'tobier the
'...k >';i < to our hous e and
1 ., I- l< : a ,lock of White Leg
1' ;*.itl (,,o keep.) records. She
S" \\:iantled to know just
1 '4 l, k \\as doinllg and every
\\,,lhd sit down iand put
m *iiinblcr of egg< laid that
li N when she Ibought feed
i' ; that on the report and
; 1 -l,.A' t-it, receipt from eggs
k- I Id. At the end of the
1,, ,' tlie report to thet
.i' ( I' before long she
i t*i I t froim (ainesville,
I :.rnL i t ,.' s to what other
*.\ < r<011i. iI !,-r
1 1i-ili- h:r',- !l nd an average of
1 ,1,r ih ,,tir-t nine m onths..
'' ; 't t r. nost important
Sf.-itt. I didn't think that
S ....- ni"i>ch T.o thi:> here chicken
1 01,1 lly \vife -(re has shown
,t i I-' ir-t inti i months the
'' ,,- I' *' e n :tlout $200 and
'*' ,'- .'n uint.-d to almost $50)0.
S "., i.- : profit of iver $2.50 for
!I! ,,- *>i :l ah-lt I" 125 birds.
If r '.. i' t !b.,n f,.r this contest I
'., !,I,.'" \, "lieve.i that there was
;h..L l i., 1. ,n i.-y in thli(-kens. Mary
i~il I "'.. g to incra:ste our flock
l ', ." :>il-u w. know that there
i- ',,, ,'V ,'. "* .* >hh>k,.n i'tisinc.44.
i- = 1 .r,' lit" the VhCilue (of keep.
r! ,,rd-. it -:i encoturageld nmy
ti. \\th Ir phoutry and given us
f.ti :,tid lig:.ro :.: to what through-
. +. 1 ..*.. i .


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER F FLORIDA


RURAL COMMON SENSE















NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


The seed may be inoculated simply,
by spreading them out, pourirn on a
mixture made of two parts syr p and


International Sunday School Les
for September 14

JEREMIAH-THE PROPHET
INDIVIDUAL RELIGION

Jeremiah 1:4-10; 31:27-34

Rev. Samuel D. Price, D. D.

Jeremiah wrought through
reigns o four kings: Josiah.
hoahaz, Jhhoiachim, and Zedekiah
whicBl time Jerusalem was taken i
tive in 586 B. C. Through
all his ministry this prophet stil
to stop the people in their -ntro sins. When this could nii.t lie :i.'c
polished golden promise- wirer gi
for the future althliuh thie n11t
was aliut to I li4rilln 111411r ~-4'v<
years of Ialhlynim-ih 1caltivity.
lettingg .-trted right :and
early as poi.-siblc i o- f v;!- inijp
alnce. J.erronamli h;di mucih t o b1. tI:
ful foor in his hon'e a;i- .iations.
like Timothy,. vw:- br, iiltt up Ill
midst of (od-f,:iring -nrrundru
At al,,ut tlhe. ;trg 1' 2;; .h i' il;
stood that th Lord wav cal lli
to definite servic- : :i |roprht %
should sl|Mak forth divine, me:t'-
to a sinning ir iopl. Thle lmiodl't.\
the youth is :.; p lar.-nt :is lit'
himself only a childd in wisdo,,m. I1
niews in work. howt.ve'r, i.< In:inil'f-
as soon as hi' i :assured that i to be an amllai-:itlidr for .hI.hov:el
dealing with I t.li kin i mnd i"i'
He believes i.it thilt h e I;,,I ho I '
will adequatt';y ijulipi for th<- requi
service.


one part water, stirring, pIu"rT on
the culture, again stirring, arl: then
adding enough soil to take l!' the
stickiness. Soil from a field ,1 1hich
Jone of the crops were grown !la-t year
is to be preferred, he said.

Sson o -. F MANURE PROVING FEED AND PASTURE LIMIT
i: : LAR TO MANY FARMERS PROFITS FROM LIVESTOCK

OF ;e, Fla.-r. .,ni manure Gainesville, Fla.-It will !, poor
i popular t, i.,uidreds of economy to load up with clt' and
north anii v.x. Florida hogs without having Suffi'civ'l, feed,
:.r planted I K.i pounds since feed ad pasturt are th' iit-
;idnl Austri:al winteIr ea ing facttrs in profitable 94O t c'k
.1. Lee S!it production, W. J. Shealy, ext':)sion
1 .!. Lee Smitfh. district ex- ..
-t. d believe s tr ic agent in animal husbandry, st:t-d.
believer was ,; ery ton The farmer should plan his live-
th 1as equl i results to
a 'ble manir,.. l'uthermore stock ,l1wrations to conform w.I hi"'
\s about a.nd the feed arid pasture supply. (;r,, into
.at way f ir and the- the livestock business by 1 iti*in
:p- tacticalal for lanr .scale pro- pastures, growing feed, and br-v'.ling
dr". l fi ti ..l +.... 4.- .... .,..f;...-.., :Ii i l


i ,.ntly 67,000t pounds of pea
,. came tio I'-alt.,,la from
.id were distributed to coun.
:nd committ'.,.. iin charge
'lp drives l 11 counties,
Vi-lin, local scti.t.-nin. Prob-
..1uial amount ,, .tch has
..*-n' ordered. ti,.i further
,:r.r- of both will be made.
S'County alone witth about
'i;,.ra has alreapl\ p,laced or-
-)..)00 pound- ,1: 1 .4tch and

,II il I.lieves tthat the seed
p, ,4,r planted ju.st ift,+r a good
r between Septeil.l.-r 15 and
r 1.. itHe reconitm -l.,hd 20 to
d. ,,i of hairy vetch, and 30 to
id, i- f pea seed pe1r acre. The
S, r. not be prepared. hut should
t, tllO pounds of uoperphos-
S.. r acre unless it \ta1 well fer-
S, ,1 i, t year. The seed should be
i, and immediately sown.
i. i uld then li .ti-ced or
i!.,' ,'rk.n, covering their s-4d three
.t .. .. n>-h,'s.


an sllI l ectng rom11 ll lT i tI .'.I.m
good bred bulls, he said. The best
heifers can he saved each season. and
a few fat animals sold.

COTTAGE GIVEN TO HOME
DEMONSTRATION WORKERS

Brookesville, Fla.-A live r.,im
cottage and one acre of ground here
has been given to Hernando C,,iuty
home demonstration worker-. Mrs.
Florence J. Albert, hometv dieiinitra-
tion agent reported. The kitchvin will
le equipped with an electric -'ove
and refrigerator, and other rooms
will be furnished for demonstrations
and work. A garden will Ihe -tarted
on the grounds at once.
She also stated that on Saturday


Friday, September 12, 1930


It <'II.i P'iSt
Irlt-r,-st on C(ounty Bonds ....
I ',,, i K LitIns l:*2._4- li-I,'t;
n',t inl i1 ns l 1 -. ,s
s:, -w alk ,0l 1 :,4 29...... .
V.' s and Fotrfeltures
S t n .... .. ...
'iti t.+t T a x .... ...... .................
I -,,, T a x ..... .. .................... .....
i 'tit C'ity Property ..- .......
1-.. Ill..'ou' (.C oll crtiollns ... ...
'..i:, i',,tintv Ituad & Bridge Fund
'Tax, lt dl niptions ...........................
I..ari l'r, p lBank .. -- --
i'ti, l:ailanice from I1929 ..


Totals -.---
11114111 H4E~MENTS


M 0 NTIl I


'Ft I l)A'i'i


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Ii

4. I
Iii, Ii
2 4',


S :li. r arte.. .. ......... ........... ... '
li, Decpartment .---- -------------
I.. D e pa rtm en t .................. .....- ..--- -- -- .
, --i ,;t D epartm ent ...... ............. .-....-- -- -
>.!.it;. ry )D -partm ent ....................... "
v IlulldingK and Parks ... .
m' erot-ry. library. Community ITouse .
,' U I 'f y .. .... .... .. .. ..... .. .......... .. ,i n .. .. ..
I'ti ninig and Advertising..........-- ...... .. '
1Il.l.is- and Water..................
I i.l li,'lt y .. .. .......... .................... .... i
lit'lsl & SMking 'n nd ."" .....
11i -it & Sinking Fund Notes .. .. I ..
S tl;..l ',Cast iuardl lck .... l 1
S tinal gent ............... ..... ..................- --------
Il.rt It'uk (Nut in Budget) .. -..- : .
Totals -..-..... '


country women would bring in things I.SHI ACCOUNT
they had to sell, as the city had made I '. Il.iilli Iier-nral Fund August Ist, i::i ,
T t 1 ,t ','t'lp S. AugUst
many request for home made pro-
ducts. ,, nill tures during August .

The politicians may not remember C'-, ,rn HaIned (niineral Fuid
""' .-h +.11 Ilinl lliterest & .Slngink I'iiliu l
all the facts about the tariff, hut any-
way they can call a lot of voters by "'1'I ............... ................................
teIirqtSSELL A. SMITH
their front names. ',il Auditor and Clerk.


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666

Relieves a Headaclhe or Ne.ur.,iha in
30 minutes, checks a Cold the first
day, and checks M.al.r,. in three- days.

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'.Iei'j. There art, !-me* pal !.' p 1 1.,

cicielfic~rt iii (:ist-irial
l-'tcr dliarrheae, :awli tther iii liii

W~hecci'~er ci,.lril towiivs 101" 1 4 1 -n e

sliiggislileu"s Cas~torla elixe' .1 Lii!4--d1
children lose Io take it lu~tli\ hei

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wrong is niot a Ine\\ attitude, in lifl --
It had tcomnie il tev liIt 1 li-t i ( licii
to lay the blale fr lthe plisent on.111
the doings of the pa t. This was oftenn
expressed by sayingfi "''The fathers
have eltt'n ;i sour grape and the
children's i.teeth iAre -et oil ti' ege."
This is just anot itlr way iof blaming
heredity and environment for all of
our prsenlit .itnationll. A new psy-
chology,. r f v;iy of thinking, was call-
ed for. .Jerenimiah made it clear that
tCod wa s inot dl.aliireg with the people
as a gKrolp i'iit 11th:t ''everyone was ill-
dividually re'i.nsii.ble unito lHim. This
great principle' l further einl:rged in
tlhe' New Testllaentil. Paul, in oiur
stolen T\t, s-tatied: "l'inch one of
us shall give :ian account of himself
unto (;od." hona.iieil I 1:1 2. 'lhis fact
giles a lnew incm 1itice ill ling. \W e
IlliV ht% lanll-tlilfallpeId .1 thio :i,-t but
iril liiiiit! ieo\\11 lo y il.
No, matter liow i,:i! p'r-stilt colin i-
tiliis mliaiy l t 1i c t:ill ln t : wortli-
while future. lJe'ri'lirl|i lilly pre-
.-tliets this f:i't ,by lh- wo lerful
s\vt'jep of propherci ihi is aildressing
a people about to he taki-n captives
ianid yt ht. tel' 1 tlnhinm tlhit in tim4.
they will return ta th I t ir lI.loved
Jerusal.nm ;as a: center. alid that the
nation c still lii- ;i Illorin liistory as
their heritage. TheI ilri;,n foCr lohess-
ings is still further enlarged as the
world i< looki'd upllli :i a Xi :-t
neighborhood with .hib ',,:ih :i< the
,one lt" \ing father. .ih r'miah looks
out uli in j irogr4's dl' \\ n i thi' ages
from the view point eof I le Almighty.
In that day "they shall :ill know me
from the least of th-i i untio the
greatest of tIhem. saitl i the l.rd."
ivine favor is ,extended It' this w,,rld-
witlh f:mnily ,f (tod for lhI wilI "'far-
gle' their iniquity :titl reni)14ilhr
their sin nlio in.re." Si ei li ipet, en-
abl.es us to. I.,e -teafaslt Itoday and
tnlarge our etforts in righteousnt-.ss
tomorrow.


GROW OATS AND RYE
INSTEAD OF BUYING
FEED NEXT SPRING

a;inesville. Fla. Farmer. who
f;ice ;a Iixesto00ck fe-ed shortage' should I
plant oatts and rye this fall instead
tf haviing to pay :ilan awfully high I
pricr for feedl next spring, J. Le.
Smith. district extension agent. le I

After making a careful s ur\ey of
tlt -ituation in north and wet.t Fior-
.i lit.he i.elieves that the corn crop
this year will be cut about 35 percent.
and that the peanut yield will ibe un-
usually short. There is a much great-
ther north, and a high price for late
winter and spring feed is expected.
N,,\ iis the time for farmers to pre-
vent .a further strain on their pocket-
boi..k by saving all the hay possible.
and planting large acreages of oats
aliql ryet. The' oats and rye will fur-
nish t.risiderablle grazing during the
Winter and early spring. and will then
make a crop of grain, he said.
I.aind that was planted to vetch or
Austrian peas last winter will be
land that wiil insure a good crop of
..its or rve. he sutrested.


REDUCING POTATO ACREAGE ;an< divt'rtification ill be made. in the
I: t'r ... arc:ai. he said."
(;ainesville, Fla.-A considerable
reduction in potato acreage in Flor- HOME CANNED CHICKEN
ida is expected by M. R. Ensign, as- --
'i-tant horticulturist with the Flor- r .,.,i. a.-A chicken c:ainninir
,la Experiment Station. Growers in :ht i .; i,.n \- r 't. tlv gvrixcn at
thile last ngu area are planning con- I 111i i. N,!ll \V. T:>lyr,
-.derable diversification. They plan ihonm. ,: ,.ri n :'nt re !" plant le'ttuc., cucumbers, cabbage. Eiii a ,,d .n ro-,,ter \w\re< can -
'lrccoli, and other vegetables alonit in q:. .'I iluart i Thr>. The I'onts
with the main potato crop. It also wr. :: i 1,t mn.i u : h:tlf doz.n
-'.-ni- that "-orne reduction of acreage j;ir- .w h w;tire c:Iin-dt.




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NASSAU COUNTY LEADER

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
-AT-.
No. 20 North Seeod Street
FERNANDINA FLORIDA

MRS. CRICKET PREWITT
Publisher

I Entered at the Postolace at
Fernandi Florda., as second- -
elaw Mall Matter.

ADVERTISING RATES FUR-
NISIIED ON APPLICATION

Local and Long Distance
Phone, 40

SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Year $1.50
Six Mouth* .16
Single Copy .05
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE


People are urged to say what they
think, but what are they going to doi
if they are unable to think?

It may be all right to encourage
lthe peanut industry, hut this country
hi;,~s all the peanut politics it needs.

Two good coats of paint are sup-
,,posed to preserve a house hut many
4f the giris do not consider the same
;iilequiate for their faces.

The American people are urged to
,iuit worrying about their taxes, and
:i,.yway they never worry about those.
that someone else pays.


The boys are keenly interested in
refueling endurance contests, except
when it comes to refueling the kitchen



People are urged to cultivate a
weil modulated voice, but it is doubt-
ful if that kind of one will scare the
l.yv: away from the back yard fruit


Many experiments for rainmaking
'were tried, in the drouth affected disk
trih't. (lOne method known to be use-
ful i- t, appoint a lawn party.

In :spite of all the contests to see.
' t,, is the healthiest girl. the boys
* -in more interested in the wealth-
et one.


The irls are said to be wearing
too, li iht shoes. which may interfere
'itl their doling housework, but not
Sit li their dancing.

Sor' of the students are getting
;ithi:le.'s feo.t, but many professors
a iid t,.:whrs are worrying more
al-!... athlete's head.


it i ,pro-ving as difficult to find
. h,, \\:i, responsible for the Ibusiness
-liuip. .1,. to discover who frew dat
I.. .1 ill threw ede kitchen window.


I' I, people who have been growl-
i,, :ilii tlie hot summer, can avoid
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TO PAY SPECIAL PAVING BONDS
COURT UPHOLDS GENERAL TAX

mon know.'edge that the diligent pay
the asses.-s'-mevnt imposed on them
while others abandon their property
and d,odtie their responsibility to gov-
renmient and .1 cityy though eagerly
:e((It in. its protection and benefits..
"**Suh *t.l'ict is inexcusable and
must i!:i,;"'y add to the burden
of the ,l li *nlt. but it can furnish no
excuse' f.,ir ','* refusal of the city to
comply *Ai;lt its contract with those
who. in ; ...l faith invested their
money in it- securities.
"A print::i-4* ti pay is in no differ-
ent situ;"-'i when executed by an
intlivii-itil h.hn executed by a
govirnmenttl c.ntity. It is a serious
matter. is ,iet subject to the vicissi-
tudes oif fortune and should be as
scrupuldouly observed in the per-
formance ;in the one instance as in
the other.
"'In time of stress and adversity.
indiviliual- are often required to toil
through y,.:irs and exercise the most
ritlii self'-,ilnitl and economy to pay,
even thi,,h tlie business engaged! in
proved :, failure. A like course of
conduct i noit less incumbent on .
gover mit-nt:il entity.
Must Pay for Benefits
"Tih, \,ret, foundation of our socTal
Iand c,,,,'.a. structure is confidence.
:mne whi.- 'the demands of govern.
menlt onr the taxpayers are burden-
-onw it .i -. is true that society ill
turn i s mikinti unusual demands ni
the gioverliient.
"If :a promisee to pay is no more
than a appless of S.dm, fair to look on but
turn to smoke' and ashes when pluck-
ed or matured, then government music
cease to function and confidence be-
comres :i nern tradition and is n(
longer th.e rock on which human re-
:lations irler our form of government
must r(est."
In concurring in the opinion ol
.Iudge Terrell. Judge Whitfield.
polluted fout that "the street improve-
ments are beneficial generally to th(
'*ity as well ais specifically to th<
IownersI of propertyy that is specially
si.-essed. Taxes are levied for on.
*ind special assessments for thf.
either." Thi> was in explaining that
11th two as:e-s-nments do not.constitut(,
double. taxation-tbeyond, the bounds
of thle Florida constitution.
No, contention was made that the
Clermont bonds were invalid.

(Continued from Pace 1.)
MEETING OF CITY COM-
MISSION OF SEPT. 10th.

City Trensurer and Co(lk-ctor and the
('ity Clerk and Auditor were read in
detail.
The City Manager reported that
e 11had been informed that the Board
,f (County Commissioners had taken
:tiol n of some, sort upon the demand
tif the city for their share of the
Road Maintenance collhcted by the
county. as provided hby law, and that
I communication from the clerk's of-
lice was now being prepared inform-
ing the Commissioners of the action


..r ... ..... .- ., ig t- taken .
The City Manager read correspon-
lence addressed to the State Comp-
I ho1 heiiou-,ihohlers Fernandina will troller calling attention to apparent
.i there i< at lh'ast one time when inaccuracies in the tax returns for
Hi. boyl :arei interested in the garden, the Seaboard Air Line IRy. ('o., in this
:.iinl that is when they lose their base- city. No further action could he taken
I..ll I oia ing the vegetables. until reply of the Comiptroller was

received, so this letter was received
The-i. mnay lie a scarcity of harves- -is information.
tir in ,tmil places. but the owners The City Manager then reported
'.It 0,1 .baick yard fruit have not re- the progress he had made in prepar-
l,.i.i :tany trouble about getting it.ing Fernandina information for the.
." Ie ,4. considerationn of the committee on lo-
.-ation of the Home for Dlisabiled Vol-
i hi b. .s who are so anxious to iinteer Soldiers, and outlined what
:' _.'e in :1 treat' sitting contest fotr .vlou'd have to be done further to
:i- i..tith. dlo not show equal interest -arry the matter to a conclusion. The
.1 t church sitting contest for an commissiono n received this report as
1l I .i. 1t4d ,ilarter. information .
---- After some informal discussion of
I, 1r~in iptWil effect of the cam- theirr matters on which no :ictioin was
.1 ,,"1 :L,:il-It lawlessness so far, necessary the meeting adl.tjiurned.
,* .,. t, h;\ve been to show lawless
I !- -,cew new ways of breaking THE LAWS AND THE WOMEN

According to the National Wom-
l:,t;y ,won,.n folks have no longer 'in's party. the laws of nmny state
r. lig pi i with which to defend containn provisions that ar' unfair
:.. .,-. bIut they look rather for- to women. They ('omilain that ill
hile armed with a gofod ime of them the laws still place ful
i; :; opener -'"ntrol over children. full right ti.
'hemv after marital separation, and
n :il-h scientist says that a full ownership of all mut,;i:l posses-
'it .te for alcoloh is needed. In hins. in the name of the' huihand.I
th. I nit., States our people have The' law of one state ',:ntains the
I.i .*n uredi water for that purpose. -tatement that the reaso,,n why the
1 .' I 111nt of them refuse to accept father takes precedence is beca:tie of
"'the excellence of his sex". 'Consider-
ing the way many husbands Nthave.
It i inuined that only two per 'he wives will say that such an as-
**' f I tht. Annrican people think tiumption of male superiority has
f.Ir I- II is. ibut apiparantly a good not been demonstrated.
ealI.\ ..f tiios. two per cent think In former days when few women
. wrog. had property in their own right. ano
few of them knew anything about
Th.- -treets. in most towns are business, there may have seemed
hadly .-nie-tedi with parked auto- some reason for giving husbands
mobihl- Ibut how will it be in a few contral ever property. It is claimed
S..ars. \when everyone expects to to-day that women possess s, me 401
I ark his ;airplane in the street and per cent of the property of the na-
lea\e it there all day? tion. So they are getting a lot of ex
o.---- experience in managing property.
opportunity iQ called the most They fill so many commercial po-
plentiful thing in American life. but Iitions. that they have demon-trated


The business .expert- t.i-l U,. ,,at Irs. Thad Hasley, nee Vera Da-
prices art'e male by th. I>w ; ,;,y Vi>. has returned home after a week's
and dnmtiL. "l'lh,,i gr-a'.t tf:'ro ,!i, v-it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
have mnich to, do wit : IIqin '" i 1. Davis.
Iperity. If th m.n.ker. or r ,,,.r- Tof The i Misses Mildred and Margaret
anything produce moi e of th::i- fr.1.,, I:rexster are taking a portion of their
'han the market demandi-.. th:,.', 1!r,4- hi rh school wdork in Folkston, Ga.;
fall, and lpeoplhe are thrown 'i, *, f this year.
work. The product t has to -, 1; for Wednesday y oif this week has been
low pric.e. which Ido not pay ,. lsignated as Cemetery Day for
ducer. He cuts his ioperIp.;,,-.. -i., '; Iilliard and a large crowd is sched-
helps dislocate the liiusiness ntt:,, I .,Id t o participate in the clean-up
If we hlld some s.i'p<.rhli ,,it pr.igrtmn.
telligenc herutnig th,. Iine 1te -rs. A. Betts and Karl Jones
..ountry. and ,gave hinm dic T.; '-:. whi ,perate two of the school busses
power, he would hve ,aillt r:,,i.. : r -o h -nthuiiastic over the improve-
adjusted that they wo,,. 141 ,,, 4.., t< iing made on the school
iust what was reire.. T n li ,.,r,:tnls sociallyy the gaming fea-
would be wor'k for \everyone. ;i. ,. It 1 th'y v.,lunteered their services
one would have to li,. ild. : t-d ; tting rof. Carter and the jan-
As thing- are niow. it i-. tntp .i. T,,r i'omas Davis which has given
toi ftorste xwhit the demindt v. I x ,, .>,. itork a great impntuns. Swings on
I'he nmtrclha t can't :'el h', ,I.,, 1,:' iron pipes. well braced. see saws
shoes eor dress..s hle ,:a :an ll. I' ,-. f,.r ,lig lb,,ys and little lads, a may
pend.s upon tilhe we. author. i. ; ". f.., :'1 ket ball grounds- in fact
whims, prevailiint styv.k,. at,, loi ,:, <, ...ho.l ground is to )be a veritable
.auses. So he ha.- to guies' :,t ;. It I, hive.
lie over orders. he li has to 'lt ,it'.
sn his purchases, which tl.ro\\x F"[, YULEE NOTES
ut of work.
The farmer ha a wore p, ,.,., By Mrs. D. W. Terrell
'han anyone- else. The, we-at('.r .,
insectt p.sts create, cot oiti .,n- i, ,. .i- .11arie Thomas has returned
not possibly f. 'rs-ee. \i- ,. ,. 4., 111 Ocilla, (;a., where she has been
means of knowing p'. -ittv. ,,, -tn her brother, Mr. Frank
much fa:rin er'. in fore i't I l:t,it-. w i !;..tnls.
raise. Mr. and Mrs. W. C(. Thompson, of
The nearest po i.thl -..luti,, ,' h:ian. spent Monday afternoon
ihe problems. for ,. ry -n,.. a ". their daughter. Mrs. D. W. Ter-
m a and (very farmer to 't,iv t r:rni. r'
reports and fol;inw the i,.s: ,*\p.r Mr. and Mrs. A. Swails were visit-
advice. If they would i ,i, .!i-, t in Fernandina Saturday after-
much wasteful v e r pr' i .i ..,, n ,7.
would be avoided. .i<- (;ladyc Terrell is spending a
Also if the people. in b,;y:l.: "*. r ..... k in I'Palatka with relatives.
suppliess, wt-uhi antit'cii,:te :th. :r r.,,- \ir. Clarence' McKendry. of Kings
ia little, bu.y %when thin. are ( ,he.pa .- ry. was. a visitor here Monday.
ind not b1y s, o much in 0ne ,'r:td r "'.: E. P. Davis. of Crandall, spent
rush. merchandise coutd be prll odu,, ..iy here transacting business.
and delviered mtore re.zul:rlvy. I' ir. and. Mrs. II. Bennett and son,
would not :it times become -,. n mj, : W ,dvwoid. s.,ent last Monday here
in excess of the demand. ., l Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Thomas.
!--- Juanita Thomas returned last
The ,only peril that m:iny aut.,i :;.y from Ociila, Ga., where she
bile drivers in Flurid., -v i tto if:.. t,' the past three months with Mr.
is that of ,going too i !,,w. !r. Frank Thomas.
-- i .. many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
The men a< wel a'-: tl. w .m.-n :r. l:., rt Hayw-o.,, will learn with re-'
demiss in attendin&i to, :!t, d.'tie- .,r f the death of their infant son,
citizenship, which t 0' '1, .4 ,, >i I i. ...... -...rA .... ..... .. M ... .


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NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


to waste money than the men. While
it may be said that they spend more
on dress, yet they do not spend so
much on forms of dissipation. This
is a day of equal partnership be-
tween men and women. If the laws
of any -tate fail to give the women
an equal deal on property questions.
-uch laws are probably wrong.
As to the care of children after
marital separations .it would seem ;is
if the wife was at least :;i likely to lie
tit to control them ;'s the husband.i
The laws can not treat men o:id
women precisely alike, since they dif-
fer in various ways. Yet it would
seem as if the laws should g ive(. Ith
full equality as respects proper y
and children.


RETAIL SELLING KEEPS UP

A survey of retail trade made 6.,.
the U. S. Department of Commnwr 4
makes a showing that will sturpri-(
doubtful and pessimistic people. It
was discovered that the total :ii. -
of 523: retail establishment locH ti t,
in 21 cities. idecreised only alut --;\
per cent in money x:ai.e during 1:
first six months o f 13'0,:., as c ompa'ir i
with the same period of 1929._
W while this is a sulistainti:i d(. 'i:..'
it has to lbe remembered that pr,,-.
have fallen quite a bit during ,* i-
period. It is po>sible that thie vo'i,!,,
of goods sold in these stores h;- 1i I
equal to that of l:tt year, and .rnv.
way it can only be a: very snmaill r:,-
tion behind.
It hi:s ben recently litiuried th.; ,;I
dustrial activity has been from I it,
15 per cent b.-low normal during r,,
cent months. Now if the. pi"('p r
buying practically the a.-nme i':tia!.
of goods that they bought in 1'.'". .
but are producing i ) to 1.) Ir ,, [. i
less, one can form :n dapinilon i,'
long it will take beltfore there ;'
shortage in mosi h llines f proi uct l(i.
The chances :re string ihat it -.',ill
not hbe m:ny wooks before th,'ii, iil,
of retail nmercihits ,lisc'oveir Fhat
their stocks are short,. and tiFvi \fI:
Ihe telephoningi to jo.ibirs a;inl Ini
facturers to hurry up somile ne4'. .- i
me(nts.
One thin that ha- helped t,, k.'I"
trade< well U11 is ti4 ii- h rai l lp li- x
,-f aidvertisiirg :niliil<.,< thr,,, d ti, 1
*luieit lMriod lIy miany c ncert,-. ',
telling the peoqipl<' wh:t! thiev l,.l! t,
sell, and showing lIhe puldi th:,' it
wouhl pay to buy Jfi,(s now, t ru1il
has been kept movi'ing very :1(nt\ ly
to these well advertised store. S,. U
of them may have soldhi more itan
they did in t he boom year of 1:129..
There is evvrvy reo.<14i in ei | t
an active revival of trade within n
short timi'. The uiisine.s' history off
outr country shows that trade( d< ire.s-
sionrs are always >ho4rt. iand th<. end
before people-h' expect them i(.

SUPPLY AND DEMAND


HILLIARD NOTES

By S. C. Brock

-- .re was a family reunion at the
h :.f~4 Commissioner II. M. Murrhee
1. Sunday Although Mr. Murrhee
i, a young man his family is
i numerous. There were pres-
*L, !his gathering a happy group
,,. .eii. including: Mr. and Mrs.
[1 ;1 Murrhee, Mrs. J. S. Johnson
'ihlren of Hilliard, Mrs. Marion
S o. f Charleston, S. C.; Mr. and
S E. Walker, of Waycross, Ga.;
rs. L'pton Davis and children
:!il.ard. besides the home group
S--ing of Misses Janey Julia and
I : :d sons Roy and Eddie.
i day was most delightfully
S:111d the whole family look for-
:, ii to other reunions in the future
re. at enthusiasm.
r. C. C. Shepard has returned
i ..t most refreshing vacation trip
;, i'.nncticut which he made with
v. S. St. John.
i i. lir't meeting of the I'. T. A.,
,, the close of the local schools
S ir.ng was held in the High
i..1 ,iauditorius on Friday night.
attendancee was quite satisfac-
t v. Aleting called to order by the
i ,-nt, .Mrs. L. E. Wade. In the
: r .i of the secretary, Mi.ss Maude
i. .*Ar. was appointed to act in that
Afte. Atr a musical program by
\- C. F Edwards and Mr. L. E.
\\,:u., matters of business pertain-
i:, ti the school were discussed. One
,,! h. ,outstanding features was the
;:i :,tmint of a committee with
.M1i Te.ty Foxworth, as chairman to
,::.io t.,r another play featuring local
ti;i, ii. lRefreshments followed the
iri-i.'1S- session.
31ri. .J. E. Cobb and her daughter
A1r-. Frank E. Swanson, have return-
.!d h,,nm very much infatuated with
Ic liarmh of their summer resort in
ot. mtiiuntains. Both ladies are very
tn,.ch li i.elitted by the trip.
Mrs. 0(. Z. Rowe who was on the
k list i- very much improved.
1'ishop .1nhan officiated at com-
1. ;niin service at Bethany Hall on
r.nday. 11h is very much interested
r the llilliard Church and assured
it.. lh.al mremlxers that a successor
* ,. t,,. hlopson was being considered
:.! would he here in due time. The
S.< iay service was well attended.
\\i .:l here the Bishop was entertain-
, :,; the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Ii ,;ant.
.'lrs. G. 11. Stokes, of Callahan,
,;I hostess to the Hilliard Palmetto
t at it. last regular meeting. There
*. *. seventeen ladies in attendance
anw IHilliard and several guests
in nm Callahan. All reports agree that
Ihe .etasion was most enjoyable.
".il" Durke.. recently passed his
nin, :y-lirst niinletone on h's long
jou n14.y of life and was considerately
reinimbered by friends who did
hli,,,rs to th,, ,m, ,sion-


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family a t Sunday in Jacksonville.
Mr. :-i..ry Holland. of Wilds
Ferry, s .'.; last Thur:-'ay here.
Mr. L Owens, Jr.. of Evergreen,
was av : r here Moniay afternoon.
Mr. I \W. Terrell ;l nt Wednes-
day in ,I" andina transacting busi-
ness.
Mr. J (.;oodbreai :'S visiting
in Ferr...,,a, Tuesday.
Friend. ,* Mrs. Ed Fl .i will be
pleased a,,rn that ..I, is out
again at, .i week's illt! -
M r. 1; i l of j:,l -. ville, is
opening *lling station. re this
week.
MIr. E i' Nix was vi-.: Ir in Fer-
nandina \ tuesday.
Mr. Rt aind E. C. k t tell, of
Wilds Fr .. ,vv re visiting ih.re Tues-
day.
Mr. l:.;ih Campbell an-i Hugh
Snead \\. r,. visiting in Fer indina,
Sunday :, rn,>on.
Mr. aiid Mrs. A. N. Jone- wre in
Jackson ix lT Tuesday.
The minia friends of Mr<. A. N.
Jones w.i i,,e pleased to ki'.,w she
is improvi'.it after an illne- ,,f sev-
eral wveek,-.
Mis> .,r:t Campbell, of Kings
Ferry, pevr', the past week-etd iihere
with rel;ii'. -.
Mr. :ami Mrs. E. E. Blake have
moved tii- trss where Mr. Blake will
take charI:r. of a section.
Mr. F'. 1l. Snowball spe5t. .-atur-
day after....n in Kingsland, (;a.
Mr. II. \. Terrell was visiting in
Kingslland. Thursday afternoon.
Mr. (':d dgilvie, of ('allahan, was
transactintl' business h day.
Mr. N. t;. May is spending the
week-tend at Kingsland,. (:.. with his
daughter. Mrs. L. HI. Readdick.
Mr. Andilrew and Earnest Swails
were visiting friends and relatives in
Savannah:,. (;a., Tuesday.


Friday, September 12. l',,


NOTICE OF H IIIIF'I.F-. ~ta

NOTICE is herel.y o ., .
and by virtue of. anil ,iir;
certain Writ of lx..ut.
date May 23rd. 1t424. isu.,i ,
under the Neal o)f thi.- "'.
of Nassau County. in tin- ',..'
tial Circuit of Fl cause therein pentlini \%h. :,
Cason was I'lainitif. anI 1.
wa. D lfor-ndant. I. A .1 Il.
Sheriff of Nassau 'lty. rI
levied upon. andt on M. .
day of Iletilhber 19:3t. .I t\\ .
,,f eleven '<'lc< k i ll t'l fr.. .
tWo o'ie le o'k in the i... i
to the highest anti ..-sI. i i .
at the ('Corthoust.- lr ,:
county. at Ferna;ldini. I"., l' ,
the es.tate. right .titl. i,t
lnd dermtand of i th.-. s.1 .
in and to the folt'owng I I.t
in Nassau t'ountv,. l.'rni.
PThe North llialf .,I l.-.i
4f1 Lot 2) <'f S..t..ii 1l : .
Township VFir 4I \.iN,.t
'T'went-ll P ir (241 ':. -
to th" )iTi< i' l I'latt 4 h .
tie l sail uIn1 r.-tia r ,1 i..
..r:l I lndI 4 tTi,. <, f thl.- I ,,.,
l.v the Surv-yr ;tr ,'.ri' .. i .
',orty (40) a,'r s., in,.,,i .r
ceptlting tht-r-l'ron iiIlh. )ii i
ter (N l ) of tl Ni- 'rilh II .I
of sail loot. s: t i ,,lai.Is '..
scriledl in ll -ed I:,,ll N,,
No l. 1 i
County FhIorida.
A. J H 1 <:4 1lNIlIt11 \
Sheriff. Nassaiu '.un l I'
Iy DI). It. lig ih> ,,thiih *i ..
uty Sheriff.
\'ad Ste-lkhense-I.
plaintiff's Attorne.y.
Hilliard. Fla.

IN THE oC(ITTY JlI'(IE'% 4 I It.
NASSAIU" COI IN MATTER OF .S'I'ATE: I4
II.. S lI II NIt)TIIAM, I.,,, ,
NI TIC'E Is hlreblY i_\' i .1
it nmay concern. that oni L,.
of A. M., the undersaiglt.l willl;
thie llonorahte ti. V. Bur i .-
.r 'aijt I o)urt, for L tt .r+-, 1.1 ,,
charge to the undrsignil .
istratrix of the estate of II .
h.,tham. deceased, and th tl ial
time, a.he. it l und.rsig -i \o
.e.nt to said court hl.-r li.' \
and voucht-ers as Addiimlii.i ..t41
said. and ask lf'r tht-ir :eiral .* ,,
Dated at Fe.rnantnlit:i. l'."i ,
10th day of July A. 1. l:.
KATIIK I. |I(.;IN :, ,T11 \1
Administratrix oI tie I tt.
Higginbotham, deceased
7 1 1 7.

Miss Verna Lee Swaik ha:s r.,
ed from Savannah, where Ie-
the past month with relati<-,.


NOTICE
N-iti fit lroe1v gi xen tOa~t ow .f~.Iliowinkr detlt'rIlbeal lanids V%%ill I.,
Public -ti -,-: %dt INtl 'Y TI'ILSIXTH- DAY OF' OiTOBFl~t. A I-
the ''i lull' 16-11S. i litho 'll I VPrrianadara. Nassau uioiuit. 1IiI t-i
11111*1-1 111, 7 isu %%illI Ilo .. ',Ii \ 1.. 11.1% lthe ailolin'lt d t il l, f t~r tx4\4'. Iwi
--pl4Ii44t- .m'.ivr. t,'erth' r '..ittii"'to*f such sale inad. ailxrtismiu


Lessbn Augustinie
AV. .W Hoyt.
NN '.. htbyt
AV" M4.iiIN
S It. %I#,rrtjw
Walter Th'mininq
Lizzie Sivitlleiris
.104' I ongw.tint h
IA.Z7.ie Si i1i1ii'ins
Lizzie Si mniiiinq
Pst. Jas. mec iiffin
Est1.'F. W. hlo'.t
h-Nt. S. AV'. Manut'v
EsNt. 17. it.-'INfrin
Anti~tiia F'. Sarra

Mal~ry K. C hrimt~itj)ir
D. if timpithre's,
I' V' hI agan
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8 It. .Me-it..u
S.It.M'rn~
SIt.iers~
J. 1,. Arra.s-trsopig
S Williamis'
PI. I;ilmiipltjhre'v'.7
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A~rthuiir T'1114*1,:,4
Ala~gw m I.- %eo

A'griesK .slt
P-1111 iigis,
Wt. M.ltiik.
It J Itraddli,,t
Est ()IA. M.,,Mu4. 1ssrell
.1u" Ui t n I t AM I-llerstit
It M. ilu -1
Ifilipartl &-II-si
IBeatrwo' I11 Mcc 'Iarv

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Airlthur 4, .r
Latira 4.i''i
Ml .1 tW.iati
Natiie'u. S ;r. IiIN Smit h
fla~rrv I'JaT ,.
Ada M.'.tiE(t 4
E, 1.t., Mnuc
Ie jlarlimplir,%
Frank 1.s
Alloert 14111.,4t
t'statt' VW.AM. Fredrick.
MNIketTi Iiakos,
Itertlia 1H. tiCe.Ier
Mike Tiliatkwm
F'tna.ltoat Iiijiluling ('-.rli
Kaitie' V. Wells
Le a ah~oun
It M j-:lprs,,m
Maert ha i Iiri i 4iieIfr
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;iarry Trmocye
(1 4' Sharpe.
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CONFERENCE AND SUPPER
AT METHODIST CHURCH

A Church Conference and Suplper
w; li held at the Memorial Methodist
Church last Wednesday evening at
which a good Iportion iof the Membe.r-
ship was Ipreisent.
Each family that a:te:::h.-d brought
supper and it was spr< ad at sev'eni
o'clock. The nieetinmg v.:i opened
with a hymn and was followed by :I
Thanksgiving prayer offered by Rev.
W. C. Staats, Pastor.
After dinner 1i:'v. St.ats c:i:tl upon Mr. I). A. i'artin, Supt. of th,-
Sunday School who rave :a short talk
Mr. Par'tiin gave a report on tlie plan
for a teachers training sclt-hl whi.I
will be taught by the p:i-tor to, :i
imniy as t. ill 'nr.ll, Ih,. :l- c explainlel
the importance ,4f th, t rininng (course-
anl urg,.d the, Sunday Schliol attend
ers to take the study course as it will
greatly help in the mnakintg oif new.
and better equipped teachers. Mr
Martin also spoke of Siundiay Sthol
P'r' for thl. l:ist Siiul; iy ill S4i.t4' m1UI"
mid >tati-I tlhat thi year will .<,
the best plaini.d aind mnst ilint-rc-
ing I'roii tion l:t.vy in lthe history 4.!
the Sunday Schliool.
Rev. Staats theln gave a few r<
marks on Mr. l'artin's brief talk
stressing the importance oif <1,,
teachers and r.laiting aboutt \\hat
ground the study course will civr.
Mr. Thos. W. B'rowii n g a a f
remarks as to t!.i- gid fcelintg flhi:
exists among thlie members of Ill
choir and with what htarimony tlh\
work.
Mrs. T los. J. -l Slave was :1tl.n c:illed
on to giv4' an 'extensiv-e report of
the work that is Ieinig acc~ni plisheil
by the Woiman's i -Mi-iii;nary S.ci ty.
Mrs. Shave g:.'\ t' libe .i.i't of tIh
Society and stated that the mnnmber
s-hip nw% con-it ,f -one ;:i I:,i,-
tlhre ti-ing w only alioiit fiirtlrevn L.id.-
in the entire' church niemli-br are nt a:ttive members and those
contribute. T h i s i s the 1 1. on
society of thlie church that PlVys
almost :is nmiuch int, t 'he tr.;i-siry :v':
all the res-t of tlhe sri eti,'1s of the
Southern Methoilist Cihurch combin-
ed. Mrs. S. l.v who is president ,f
the society spok' very c,,mplinienti:tr.
of thI- tIw% c li:;r m n. Mr'. .-I s. (;.
Flood :ind Mrs. Thz. W. Crown. Shei
xlAninidH f th)' budget system and tald
of the antoulil that th,'y must ratisi.
e;i'h year which amoiints to about
"21.00 per Imonth. She also ention-
ed the valuable assistance r.n-ndered
by Mrs. John R. Mann and Mr<. A.


ANNOUNCEMENr

.M1r. :A lrs. George .!. Piace, Sr.,
,.,,rdirtl it, ite their tri. ril to be
ipr4--n' ',i the marri.:.'. ,If their
lia IL'I; I"
.nzcile Hlortei, .
to
\Ii j inj old Mert,, i l!:trger
I ,.. i,tr~ning, O,'t.,r,. r ::rd, at
,, k. St. Michli.el. 'Church.
NI\ .... !

MIS5 LASSERRE ENTERTAINS

.. I rdlay at ori. ,o'clock Miss
i,, l., erre wa lih',,tess at a
.. i'heon :at heri Frnandina
'. ,,itn:i tender,.,l it. |her class-
1, .:. i, were gTadat.it,., It Fer-
-I -.&i llih School. \ith her last
SI l t x0ho will soon 'ave t'for col-

Si., l'.iinr guests wer,. M3i-- Nancy
oi. r h will attend the.. Florida
.:,. i,.e for Women ;it Tallahas-
-,., \1 lie ardee, \\ho will at-
i. ,! :-,.t1hi'rn iCollege Liak.-la d; Miss'
\lii I lunkerr, who .\ill attend
I 1i:,. ,, .v' of Louisville. Louisville.
;,x. ,i .1 Myrtle M.,-ll. who will
,o n, ,tl Illlins College.. H llins, Va.
InHn, ,li.iti'ly after the guests ar-
r..l were served delicious
lii ,u' ,11n 1 isisiting of chicken salad.
,i,,i tI :titled olives and pimento
in .,ire:nid sandwichl.s \ith iced
[e:i f 41I,4'Wd 1)y individual leimbn
1. \:',.r the luncheon the guest
, ,.< i.I bridge until late in the f-

\\ he i scores were totalled Mist
\l .Ir'.l Hunker was holder of the
ii .. 'r, and was presented with a
tu,\ t- stationery and Mi-< Alma
ll:,.. \Iho held low score w:-; given


IN MEMORIAL O NLY WEIGHED 85 LBS; I iiititi
ALMOST GAVE UP HOPE
On August 29. 19;0I, Mi1s I-te iIT PAYS TO USE
Williams passed out of thisi- 11 t "I was so terriylv rundiwn after ; t La
the Life Beyond. i im: .or ,p-rati.>n that I only weighed N assa U OU nt leT er
Whereas, we, the members .-t. -' pounds. I had sutftered with poor |==
Peter's Choir, do mourn the Il f
our faithful organist and choir ,-
that how oBurr i'hetCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

in humble submission to the i Ot Q f \
Him who doeth all things well. More oll The Quicker ou sell
Resolved; further that whie we -. --
mourn her death, we will not for- Addr.,, all eo.rn.n,,u 4ont 4Dal'n tilasmualfled Editor. msesma (Counts
er- lnt w..il holdin rgf l -14 'F'ermsandina. Flarida
t re ht e b t w-i|l h,,li in rememl~~lbr':n|k :' =-


Ke- rO u f i,
her many kind deeds, which -t:,.ulil
he a help and inspiration to u- i-ll.
Resolved that we extend to her te-
reaved family our heartfelt synim.ity
in this their hour of sorro", .icol
great loss.
Frances M. Carrio,
Freda Lasserre,
Iewis Bale.,
Coinmn.ti1 '.

CLAM AND FISH
CHOWDER SUPPER

The Theodore lernandez PIost No.
.14 of the American Legion will
sponsor a clam chowder and ii i 1
chowder super to be given inl the v\t-
cant building next door to .1. t.-nt't'
Suhrer's Jewlery store next Tue.-day
-evening. September 16th. They Nill
begin serving at 4>::'o( p. in., :and Vu
will get a good suplwper for llt>.

FAGG REVIEWS WORK DID
THIS SUMMER IN FDNA.

I Visitors to the Jackstonville il'-
I ceiving iHome of the Cthildren'>
I !iome Society of Florida are hearing


4i li. -Y niivelty compact. 1Miss Grace on every hand of the iperfectly vwon-
S,4. 1 ~Iu in of the hosted. won the derful vacation period the children
,'i!! ,,' nd received -tationery had this summer in Feran:ndina. This
inm!: o i that given Mis HBunker, is just one indication ,,f the apire-
i .l'. I'frm this each honor guest ciation felt by all of these honwl-. i.


* \;- riven :a dainty hand-made
h:liiilk r-hliecf. Miss Lasserre was as-
i.-i'teI in serving her guests by her
mith .r. .Mrs. Charles W. Lasserre.
'Th', present to enjoy this pleas-
ant wci itsion were: Misses Nancy E.
(z7.ner. Mihidrel M1. Bunker, Mollie
ll:ard<.-. Myrtle I'. Mizell, Nancy D.
..skins. Nancy Gr:y, Vesta Prewitt,
Ct'Irice IHerrin,. Mercedes E. Noallas,
Ruth Iluniphreys, A I m a Hayes,
Freida: Sweairingen, Elizabeth M.
Allan. Cran-e Nagel anti the hostess,
31Mi- Louise Liasserre.

CLASS MEETING
a ,. ,''. . .. i' W cenuus hil s i h


t the. h H:-Ie \\>-man's ibleth .. ss of the
C. Cook in looking after the sick;h hl ir annual
M rs. Jos. II. I avi.s in c .nri ;r fort1elt-
rirh me coming meeting, Th .rsday eve-
parsonage and churt and Mrs. John ihn A t 1 t h i I
. Hard's. Sr.. who is heaNd of flt' il t- ioijit 1 f this t e:at'ion at
ildren's work in, church. rs. he annual gaher t have
Sha:'ve also lmentioneld the fact that every woman who has evr been a
the Missionary Society furnishes the e r of the class t ee t with
money with which the st..ne steps to n; and lso bring their Iusband's
tlie new building were built. thus making it a sort of f:tn, ily re-
Rev. Staats then called upon the ion. There ere about mm
Church Treasurer .Mrs. Geo. li. rs pres.'nt. The 'Calloway family
Wolff %who gave :i spleii .4.4iort i 'Iho are summering at the Beach
explained the signilig:lin' :tnd duti re guts f h r. A ut
4 h lit'Binolrd to 'Trui t i which irt 'clock we sat down ti :a royal feast
th cuanstodians of the thiurch 'rp of fried chicken and other good
rt anl of the ord of Stwirds h king's that make up a picnic supper
which duties are to l.k after th j e was done to the
yces. y, yi.low lg feathered tribe.
I;.v. Starts then ileId upon Mr. On acco.'unt of the recent death of
A W. Jacksln in the al- ence of Mr. l it of o ur highly esteemed and well
\\. Bailey. Mr. Jack explain l..hlovIe meml-ers there were no
tle Chutrch Budget and recomniendid to ,ts or other gaietys. We quietly
th:it the dues be paid .by' the week C1111104 d with each other, telling
:i preference to the month. H4 e lIs I-biti of the class history.
r. ed the importance of ,organiza-t I We arie hoping and planning for
1, i liatoiing tilie n t4and ,pitke I :-i a bigger :and better class feor the
,ni. ,,.w uihling were built, thi .,ming year. and hope much good
Ir.n.i/.mgly of t h e organization ill ie :eccomplished.
.mni.Ig he I,.ladies of the church, and Mrs. Tyler Miller.
;.rgtid the mnmnirs e to subscribe to ('la-s Sect'y.
:',.' (tiurt'h p it|'r>: "nld nm magazines. -
Thl \s followed by a few re- KEYSTONE CLASS ATTEND
: ,I.- lv i:ev. Starts in which hei SCOTTISH RITE MEETING
k' .,f thief importaTInce of fellow _
tild i':ti\' the tl:ree',. ,.hj<'ct' f '.rraiunifina is well repr, "- nted on
: ,' iur lti as being 1. worship -'. *he, mni lt-r-hilp r.,ll of 1th1 Ancient
~ l.ir-h ,ip and :'. fello.wshilp. The ,i d Ac, .\l S.,'ttish Ii'e of Free
.,i.ar\ goal of the church is wor aii,,nrvY. and: iniicatilon :ire that a
i i whwch the mis-.ionary 'i;iinnttd to our fellow men. Then h, in attti.l;ince a:t the gi nTeral con-
-. tudy and teaching. the Sun .',,t; ,,ion ,f the rite to ,.- held in
S: i..l ein the T :,,hing i ,ikoi\ilhl with in a fe\ weeks. It
.r' : tid th en F l ow-lii : i th i pr,, ly that ': i.rn- r of
I-1 ;id .*-rvice side tr,---in th ;i;tU ', iy 'r'e M :. will beht
.'.i f a social program in h the l- ',f tcandidatt- receiving


,1. Ni tl I e'opleh will become in-


Shopping Instinct

A \..niig nmatron in whom the
-t. ; 'ii in-tii.lt \\;t .strong, asked
Ir I.n lilibutchuer the price of ham-
.1 .er -'eak.
'\N, ity- ive cents a pound he re-


Hlit. said she. "the price at the
* rm:tr -tore is only twelve cents."
"\t.ll." asked Otto, "Vy you don't
i' I.wn there':'"
r> .... ....... ..", ..... ..- .. .... ;..I


thie degi*' .- 'fr,!, the f .rth :to the
thirty-secon ion that gre', ,trasion.
."The Keystone Class" h:lt the dis-
tinguishtd itc;f Iby attenda:, at the
convocation- of the- r "ite. ,pi |oe
Victor P.,oger.. general <,-rerar.. is
Pnthusia'.tic, in his praise ,f '*:,. mem-
!.ers there, f. who re'en,,d "h.. de-.
trere in the hall *of Amelia l.,,dge a
.number of yar- ag0o.


Straight from the Shoulder

Asked to pray for warm wc'ather
so that her .rrandmother'- r.,.ma,-
S.i.m mirht p.' *Valy, a x.. -ar-old


I


orphan children for thc many kiil-
nesses shown them by the good pe',-
ple of Fernandina.
Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg. St:itt'
Superintendent of the Home Soci' ly.
does not know how to begin ti, ex-
press the appreciation that he fe< k --
and the appreciation felt by all tlhe
workers and children-for all ', .ne


I-dllH l iU lllirlii ii tlllUII i llnllll ulllllllil l il ll U llupliu inuphin"11 1"^" u lil litl i Uli ^^lu inu m a 1,,^,
^ -' FOIlt SALE I 'TO I; C \\;l; I, ,
h~ Il E I i ,,til I :or I r:ili wi I t ,, :. _, .,o ,. \ ,,

1ly r c1,4..1to and s-..r I:tr \ ,l r .- t t t l,
Sr S : \ \ IApp ly l.'' ,1< .;, r \l 'i i l rbnlth -N. 1 t. I V,, r del. .I tI
to ouL r tJa .. ..n. :,r:, ii ,rrid .* aW H iEN -in i n- : I% :
Ii letting I :ear' \ mr whole 1'1 ,asrit my 1 u ar. S

Sii was toxic anv I was about to i
Shope. Then I started Saron, MOOY BIBLE INSTITUTE k alth-0 Pro duct,. s ,,:r 1,..
t just finishttration of priiduI ts f-fi r l i .,-
Ssystem is uiSt. up and I feel J: i ew t ho 55-J


MRS. LILLIAN GARDNER Il rok' upon vvn1,- InrlcI;






'I- l'll vsiy allv a n d enit' alt~u ly fit a s I -ha t i i w i I i ''. 'I I' 1 "< i 31 i t ,. t. r|.ij.4: ,, i ',. i,- I a',
dl. :sti yen and chronic. s t om i i ,, ,.. ,ly ,, I.S -. rn i ith i r r o I,, 1. ,,I ,
tr*" hl f>. r 12 years, my whole s s- ranina i.', i- tf11 '4. 'M\ it 14vet' ir '"i 111 I I) i ,
t,'nI was toxic and I was about to inaFa.
g.lI iiIwls tope. Then I started Sargon. MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE tr nnta .sl istaan:ill I.n .,, t.,
i '., just line shed my 10th Sbottl, Miamiy ute of t: I fr I lri::tI lB.. I i, II,
1 ', ,Ir ystem i s bulit up and I feel iidii, nI N \l l1't t:i,, ,,ta l t ,,Ili
\ hysically and mentally fit a- I Vthtt -. h ith hf.: T"t ,1" I .,r Mi ,
did :(' years ago. ti6 1 is ,,t nr,.mt im lArt:,1,' ir.1 o:14. FVr nAi a,,, ',
"'.ran Pills stimulated my liver training ',,r Chri-tlai rice isI T rl l' n :0 ar,* I ,
111- Ih1ow ls to perfection." Mrs. Lil- a\ailabl,, :I' The .11vtl d .. ivlh Intit term I I .n S.ltan!.r 1,. b,: :,
11 it. (.;a rd n e r 1 1 N E 8 th S t ., M ia m i. u te o f i'i B... t ll a r -r 1: B ib leh h i lln i .r:n t. V. I
Hr -'y s Drug (Company, Lockwood': traiinng ....I in th worl,. andl il rn I ,:,t l,4,1 ,. t .im,,. 1 ,
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Valuable Package

"T"imyny, can you tell me one ot
lthie -'- oif cowhide?"
"Er. ye-sir. It keeps the cow to-
,-,t h,'r."- Exchange.

Impossible

First Stra:nger (at the party):
"Very dull ,isn't it?"
S.' iond: "Yes. very."
"Let's go home."
"I can't. I'mi the hst." -Exchange.


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these boys and girls a happy vac(-t-
tion in Fernandina.
In July, twenty-two hoys and girls -
were taken over to Fernandina at
different times and were royally en-
tertained in family homes. Not s:itis-
fied with this the citizens of Fernan- .
dina decided to entertain these child-
ren on a still larger scale and a spa- A
cious cottage was secured on Ameli CALL AND SEE
Beach as headquarters for the plan
to have all the girls brougift over at
one time. They came over on the'
18th of August under the supervisinili
of two workers and as none of themW
had ever camped out before and not =
many had seen the ocean or beach. N F G O O D
they thoroughly enjoyed their first
trip to the sea shore, together with
all the auto rides, swimming parties. A t-
weenie roasts and visits right in the' -A t L "-
homes of the people of Fernandina.
When the girls returned, 24 eager
boys more than ready to have their 5
turn, and they too were wonderfully
entertained in the homes of friend,
of the Society, permitted to enjoy
the ocean, grape arbors, auto rides.,
camp life ,etc., to their hearts' con-
tent.
But Fernandina did not stop with
this. A remarkably successful Tag
Day and Benetit Card Party netted
the Society $111.00 which is of tre- ver t you
msndous help to the Society in pro-E
viding for the needs of its large daily
family -f absolutely homeless little r the Children to
ones. And when thte children returned o t C h ld en
radiant with happiness they brought L
with them an abundance of clothing
and a fine supply of toys and dollsSch ol
which will take care of their needs go to School*
for some little' time-and some of the
little folks are particularly privileged!
n being invited to stay over until
their school opens in Jacksonville. >
It is with a feeling (of tremendous
gratitude that Mr. Fagg takes thii-
opportunity to thank all who had any
part in bringing so much joy to ths:cWo
'Socet ialaygrte: IWe could not have done
ful for pleasures brought into the
lives of its little children who unfr-usiness in Fernanda
tunately have already suffered muc business in Fernandina
in the loss of their own homes andi
parents. the past twenty eight years
CORRECTION

Mrs. Chrissie Burton and two if we did not have the
children. Savannah. Ga.. and Mr. and
Mrs. Eustice McKennon and grand -lgh t p r ce s
daughter, of Blackshear, Ga., were 4 r h p i e
committed in the last week's issue of r
the Leader, with the reunion of the t-
Herring Family, due to a typographi-
cal error.


Fr~ay~ September 12, 1930 P a~e Fve


Friday, Septeml6er 12, 1930


Page F ive


ed 24 ed ,- 14











Six NASSAU COUNTY LEADER, FERNANDINA, FLORIDA


"You're impossible." with the adorable smile.
"Only when I'm not with you.
darling. When I'm with yo. I
shall point out to you sometinw, I'm
a superman ,ready to play golf witl,
the planets. There's nothing I c,'
do-"
"Except to stop talking like that.'
"I'm not talking like that. I'm 1i1'l:
telling you how Im going to talk
some day. when I really begin ."
"I think." he casually remarMKC
the next evening. "Wednesday mniluh
be a good day for us to tbe marri .
all over again."
Tier eyebrows rose.
"How utterly absurd you can h
when you give your mind to it."
"We might even go to th, >:ame
little parsonage and the sanm ,,oli
minister. They weren't very atit rc-
tive, but there's a certain sentiment
in choosing the same setting-"
"I wish you wouldn't say -tch
foolish things !"
"Suerly you're not going to i. ny
our expediency marriage," he sigh, d.
"Of course it was only a bluff. ,.ui
it's a beautiful memory and it wnt
fine practice for the next tim, \ do
it. By the way. what have you done
with the wedding-ring I gave yout'
"Is that a new joke?"
Under her tone he sobered.
"No, dear. We really did go,
through a marriage ceremony, with
the understanding that it was purely
a matter of form-"
"A marriage ceremony a mat-
ter of form ." She gaspedl. "I
can't believe it. What are you talk-
ing about?"
"You needn't believe it if yovu don't


STHE FAMILY DOCTOR

L.AND-MARKS OF THE BODY


jro tlO were

.BY ELIZABETH JOODAN I


FINAL INSTALLMENT Y..y, understand, don't you?" was
It was all a dream of course. her o,,4lni question; and Henderson
a chaotic dream with something hor-i in a vice roughened by emotion, as-
rible in it There was a younger surged h:.r that he did. Moreover, he
man in the group, with a tragic sort held l:ve'* hand longer than even
of face That face haunted her. such a reunion justified, and he con-
All the faces seemed oddly fa-' tinuld t hold it, drawing his chair
initiar at moments and then seemed close to her couch and patting her
.-trange again. So did things the hand at intervals with his disengaged
.-em said. At times she was like one. His manner was sympathetic
one slowly coming out of ether, re- and paternal, and hers held no trace
callingt first the happenings that had of fear of him. Very reluctantly Eric
occurred before she went under: doe- left them together; and Henderson,
to)rs. a nurse packing whi had been carefully coached for
light .slme terrible situation the interview by Carrick made a few
children those children brief comments on the meeting and
SShe hadi a panic over that and cried went straight to the point of his visit.
out. and the man who said he was a "It may relieve your mind, my
4,ttor gave her another dose. There dear, to know that I have jilted you,"
was more that was horrible .some he comto,rtably mentioned blinking
nightmare At last she slept. at liiher .th his near-sighted eyes.
When she awoke things were a "\When a girl runs away to get out of
itt.e better. The familiar face of her marrying me, she doesn't have to add
inure was near her-the nurse who any explanations afterward. I've
had attended her in Chicago-and grasped the idea that she doesn't
:b un.lisine. She had liked that nurse, and perhaps I'm not. But I can get
lbit she could not remember having that much."
brouhit her to New York. Or "Theires' no one in the world I'd
,a.s she still in Chicago? rather have as a friend," Eve said.
"(Oh. Miss Driscoll," she said. "And as a manager," she added more
Ibrokenly. "is it really .you?" self-consciously. "But perhaps you
"It really is," Miss Driscoll buoy- are through with me."
antly confirmed. "But please don't "I'll never be through with you.
talk. Miss Carrington. Go right to But you are free to marry any one
sleep again." you like."
The doctor who had brought her "1 didn't want to marry any one,"
h,,ne 'came to the bedside at this, and Eve murmured.
bli expression was so radiant that "Not to-day, perhays, or to-mor-
Ev.- was impressed also, and the two row, but ."
:;ppia':vred to have some radiant under- lHenderson now knew all about the
At:atling. Eve carried into un- formal marriage, and also something
0ll i'i'uisntiess the memory of this ra about the whirlwind courtship.
ti. e and its contrast with the "I'm horribly sorry for the way I've
traic, fare of the young man whole treated you." Eve unsteadily con-
h:..l b.en in the group and the fessed. 'I can't believe I did such
,. of those children and the things. But of course you realize that
k Tmlore recent nightmare* I didn't know I wasn't responsi-
l'-lak wall ble and I was terriblyafraid of
l:ut. my (od. Doctor!" Hamilton you when I ran away. That sounds
\i'p:od.id. late the next night, "make idiotic now, but it's the way I felt."
allowance for me. Of course I'm "I understand everything," Hen-
hliippy o,\vr her recovery. Isn't it person again patted her hand, and
wliat I've. b,-n working for all along? Eve, thus reminded that he still held
lit c.in't you see my position? She it, gently took it from him. Hender-
Il,,-n't knw me from Adam. I've son sighed.
g.t ,,o win her all over again." -"Wellt that's-settled," he said
'You hadn't won her very much. philosophically.
Sflr." (arrisk frankly said. At the end of a week Eve was per-
"You ran see her for a few min- mitted to have dinner in the hotel
ist. to-morrow afternoon." he prom- dining-room with Hamilton.
i-,d1. "In the meantime I'll pave the "Nothing there exciting enough to,
A :1 for you by telling her to-morrow hurt her." Carrick decided, "and it
ii, ". n :a much as she's able to hear. will be at little change."
:at. u her case and her Good Samar- But it was rather exciting, after
>it;,. T'lat oight to start you off with all. It was quite unusually exciting
I t ll '


sudden seriousness.
"You were in a state of shiverinv-
terror of llenderson," he ended.
"though you didn't know why, ain;
Carrick and I. wh-, didn't know any
thing about him, of co-turse. w.rO
afraid he had sotime hold ov yvu.
We know now that it was .you i-
mal dread of the niirri:ae."
She nodded.
"It's like hearing :about *
elsOe."


Our Petuple probably walk on
average five miles a day, and
half of :hem are unable to get to
polls.


A d-!itar will buy 19 cents more of
commnd n ,. than if would four
years ag;. but the folks who have
things tu sell are not having any
jollificat>,ns about it.

The .,,.y thing that will satisfy
the pe,,i,,. is to have the dollar buy
more ex ,Pt when they have some-
thing th< y want to sell.

The ,t-n.us seems to show that the
number ,f unemployed has been ex-
aggerated, ,ut perhaps they got
counted twice while hustling for jobs.

II YEARS CONSTIPATION
GLYCERIN MIX ENDS IT
"For 11 years I tried to get rid of
consitipatin," says Chas. E. Blair.
"Then at last the simple mixture,
Adlerika, made me regular."
The simple mixture of glycerin,
buckthorn bark, saline, etc., (Adler-
ika) acts "n BOTH upper and lower
bowel. relieving constipation in 2
hours! Bring out poisons you never
thought wvre in your system. Let
Adlerika give your stomach and bow-
els a REAL cleaning and see how
good you feel!-Horsey Drug Co.,
Lockwood's Store, agents. (M-2)


course it is stupid of anybody
1..,k of having "stomach trouble,"
,,ni knows reasonably well the
.,,n of that organ within the
If you can. with a finger lo-
h lower end of the breast-
,.. are not far from mid-way
*,. stomach in its long diameter
I lft to right. Its larger area is
Sh1< left; it narrows and drops
,;!v lower to its termination at
:iht. where it empties into the
p. portion of the small bowel. Near
P point beneath the "Short ribs,"
... ll-hladder is hidden. If you in-
,rt a cottee cut two inches to the
of the point of the breast-bone,
will cover the site of gall-stone
and the burning distress of
,.rI'Cid stomach, and many cases
.;.-tric ulcer or duodenal ulcer.
*'.,! in this locality should have im-
,<::,tl- attention.
4,:i-,ous distension of the stomach
likely to bulge the area to left,
.,i just below the point of the
S.,-i nm-: I am not going into
Ltr, sis here; I am trying to ac-
..n you with important localities.
1 gaseous distension of th4
mi-'h is most likely to interfere
v.ilh the heart-movementments, for,
, irximately two inches to the left
,: ih point of the breast-bone, is
t:,. site of the apex-beat of the
Sr.:rt--easily encroached upon the
:-t 4ld(ed stomach. You ought to
;..w at once if it is gass making
. .,r' heart "palpitate."
iRoighly speaking, your colon oc-
, i,, : a space beginning at the right
":ll-nk:" it ascends to just above the
..ji of the liver ,bends leftward,
,rs pt;iat opposite its first bend; then
,l.,>,,lnd to the left "flank;" like a
lr.~..->h' hanging toe upward. The
,,i d of thi- small intestine lie within


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II


S'',. ., :t>iti iIl Keep her convalescing to meet Hamilton's eyes and to follow
Ititr, ..,-,itr week or two, so you can the intonations of his voice when he
1,w hip ilthe job. She's got to be spoke to her. The things he said
mitiiw'iv quivt for a while. were so casual and his voice and ex-
'.I now the girl is having some pression were so eloquent. Over the
l.:,k htrs --still thinking of those dessert his guard dropped for a mo-
ilti'x\\int1im boys and afraid of another ment.
l 'pe. b;ut their tragedy is a month "Of course you know I'm mad
It hini her, and a month does a lot about you," he mentioned. "Carrick
t"fr patti.nts oif her age. It's up to me and your journal may have told you
t. Ke. p Ier mind at ease on the other that. I have been from the first day
i;:1. :nli you can help when the I met you. But I'm not going tosay
i,4. ...m,.e-." anything about it just yet," he hasti-
""!I, "'" ly added.
"1;: tfurnisting cheerful compan- When he was leaving her at her
i1 In'..'" ';arrirk grinned, sitting-room door an hour later he
il:sti;t.tiin presented himself at the showed a similar restraint. They had
,I. 'r -.f 1:\-' sitting-room at five the made enormous strides in the past
ii, *' : ilt' ioon temporarily obscur- few days and his spirits were efferves-
I ** a :ri .':eat. armful of chrysanthe- cent. Besides, Carrick had assured
,im 1 1 -t< l)riscoll admitted him, him that the light vein was the right
," '. : '.inquent smile. vein.
'.I'- :1 ready for you," she said. "Do you see this door-mat?" Ham-
: .. ihad:i listened to the account ilton asked, pointing down to that
i "., S.iin.iritan's good deeds. useful object lying in the outer hall
11 tf..urnl Kve lying on a divan just beyond Eve's threshold.
tl.N. h:tl "en sent to the sitting "Yes."
c,..m f,,r u-.,e during her convales- "Well, any other man as much in
I, *.. .ti e iv.e him both hands. but love with you as I am would be spend-
t ,r niiimiint did not speak., ing the night on it. But I'm not.
I -,. taidkini to her from that dis- I'm going sensibly to bed."
,',. ,'. :i :; m0an -he' was meeting for lie went away exulant over her
l :*--t time., was the most racking littlee laugh as she closed the door.
A It i' h,.- *> e had ever endured. His "I said I wouldn't make love to you
i: -t.!'ened as- Ii tried to smile, and till you were well," he remarked the
i 'm. operate depression he had felt next afternoon, "so of course I won't.
Oi w Nthe et\l'riment strengthened But you're almost well, so I want to
;, i*'.'ry moment. She was looking call your attention to the fact that
i" lt,,. -h was interested, but it was you have the most adorable mouth
Slir that her interest was based on in the world. There's something
r.tt Iuti.ie. Nevertheless, here he was, about it-"
?:artti. ..out with a fair field and "If you joke like that you'll spoil
n,,. tav.,r. everything."
"Tl':e.r'- only one thing I ask," Eric "Joke! Great Scott! Is that your
Vhi 1".' at this point in his reflec- idea of joking? It isn't mine. You
"I want to be allowed to read see," he explained, "you don't under-
tio amuse you during your con! stand me yet. but you're going to.
,'iene." My point-the point I'll make when
"I'm really beginning to feel like I really start to talk to you-is that I
n y- If." Eve was telling him when simply can't wait for you much
I. t .r-on''s call was announced. "I longer. I can't live without you. I
, I ,,.-tor Carrick is entirely too can't really breathe any more when
S' .-. I"l be able to go home in I'm not with you." *
a ', ,lays more and do my resting "Even at that you have about
.,. twelve hours a day for breathing,"
i:,- ton shook his head and bro- she pointed out. and softened the
1.i :,y pointed out that they must, words with the smile he loved.
"I., huste slowly. "What of it? What about the


ous long enough.
"Keep on thinking l.owv ,'.: i
I am," he invited. "And -*.,. ,:.
soon I'll tell you how \v,,ndi ,,,.
are. There never was a gir. i. ,,
since the world began. an.: ,'1
never be another. It isn't ',.
for you that makes me thiii l '
make that point clear wh-en I ,
It's you. I'm going to tell .
about the heart of tyou, aind i .
age of you, and the. dignity i; .
and the mind of you. and i ..
netism of you-"
"Don't!" she -egged. I. t .,i t
confused.
"I will," he promised. "'1; ,
yet, of course."
After all this restraint if x~a :
concerning to have her make, ,.-
mark she made during tIheir ,
moon a fortnight later.
"I'll forgive you for ruLh..i ,.
wedding this week." she said iir.;,i-
ly. "What I can't forgive i tlth,:, .
didn't rush it last week. T!h :
day I was really myself again I f
that I had loved you a it.o :
years. I didn't know you. but I ,..
you. I was head over hio ,..
with you at the end of a week: ::od |
by that time I knew you. t... If ,
had tried to leave nme I'd h:t,. .r-
sued you with shriek'."
Her arm was around hi< I,( k r.,
and she gently piched his .:r.
"Yet think of the time w'v, .
ed since then!" she sigheil.
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want to," he said comfortably. "It's area described by the colon, com-
of no importance whatever. It wa i ni'atinw with it low in the right
simply a precaution we had to take t :,k. lher< is the site of the appen-
to protect you when you were s,, .*i': colies in this region are worth
afraid of Henderson. It didn't mean thing g closely. If I may digress:
anything but that, and it can be' an. colic" anywhere within the ab-
nulled any time. You have your mar ,ninal space may, within twenty-
riage certificate somewhbetre around- f'.'r hours descend to the appendi-
in your hand-bay I think." :, region, and mark the site of an
IIe told the storv simnlv andi witl .' 'ss. Remember that.


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Friday, September 12. 1930


NASSAU COUNTY LEADER. FERNANDINA. FLORIDA


Page Seven


PINKY DINKY -


PINKY WAS NEARER RIGHT THAN THE REST -


By Terry Gilkison


HE~i WHAT CLAss140 f4MV AN sO*-Al
MIZYUA*4CZ OSTIZICH 6HA* ft4P0
ANlKw ,T1h4"W5J


PIWCV DINKY~


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ITS 4 JbAeA9 5&.3&--A


STO GET BUSY iig to attempt to make the dreams BUSINE.S REMINDERS
T"'. .. autumn .. e true. pri
autumn rlany loved truth, and lavished If you f:lI ., frond for a
fH llS flit-ar it'I Ws1lwng t ime. I. It
S,, sch, a Anid ithe dust of books to find her,
yw~r T% ^i,.hl,,., .,..-. their labors, pl,.. ,h. J:A i So rote James Russell Lowell in friend t,.,- :.,: I. Ltowl .r
i .h.leted their a:',.r, I,. great Commemoration Ode. But thing: n.- :.,.i .' place.
Settle down i t l 'iwir tIhI, poet saw the truth clearly: I'eopl.le hIav. t .. i *,thl'rt Itvi
ow lo :u'' fthe fall a;Tl w:t- .'hey ltve.her best who to them- soimiew:t f:- '. i r x-
A* t 11 0selves are true change ltt r ..ir,"I t
,, '.nt,, to push ai,,ad for And \hat they dare to dream of, lThe- ;nw,, .' ; L in tle
SANDWICHES 1:'1 m"" '"' t"or community' -PANK PARKE dare to do." ,u-i,,,'s ,, ,.. d., ,..,t
-IIer-I, th time for our ,organ- E BANKING- remind the. 1' if it,..it .ce
llhen in doubt ;al.o.ut re-freshment i*:t r iFernandina to la. n FLIE One of the things which is certain and fails tI, 1. t, In, t It if It- i,
Io'hel II doubta it refreshinvn : iz:il,,, ,,r i nandin:,. FLIES- I ,t (lit'
for the suamner party, serve sand- n ."', *., .mnpaigns for their .: to change, greatly in the course of the its existed,. :,, h f i i cItn.
.Iwh..s ainlty litt I,. a-indwiches that nrii PL uri... It is an excellent timie Motoring through Connecticut the next few years is the banking bus- It dr-..w. it t in t, pl, li
intrigue the appetite and atisfv it, I 11 'ln' fi.r" r need comnittiH.y eitherr day I stopped for a bite in a iress in the smaller communities. ,indi,. it:,'" I. e,,r'eIvl i,
,lih lout h givingg e a ftel-ling of repl.e- mlr"" ;' : It is a fine tinw fo.r "god-sized town. To my amazement, The -mail local bank has not facili- concern, but i. It .i\.,, lh,. ti, h li,.
.- l, i ii to consider et. r the principal restaurant of the place lies, in most instances, to take care no remindii.l r I .t i it ,. : .1
if .'u srv. ;aft(ern,.,n 1t.-,-whitch : : ,'n enlarge their '.- was swarming with flies, which were of the legitimate business needs of the public th,- 1 ht turn: in some
ui>i lly ron.iists of ice.d drinks in 'i .., ':;, I tOr immunity m ,,f crawling unrestrained over the food. its cornntiunity. Some system which other iire-,-t-. tI,.t-it, i ti Il
iii.,-r ervt. daintv little. s.andl ,. r-. did no.t eat there. will d-tribuLe credit equally over means .. f,, i.. k.. tin
.i. h.-s uitli c-risp le.tlittue, e'tci.ni.ITer. T 'he danger of flies seems not yet the wh,,lo nation at all seasons will interest ,of th.. ', ,
r ets elppet r :and tcrean h, .iee., IOMI TOWN THOUGHTS tu have lInetrated everywhere. It h.e work.-i out.
:ln If you .nt to provide refresh- ---- has been s aidl y someone that it In Ciingress, where the final an-
:itig.s for tired tennis players mi ke Tli. .. i. ho couldn't giv. ;, takes three generations for any new -wer will ie given, the contest is be-
Sdaity s het t tilter l down through all levels tween chaini" banking and branch
',r,. doreaIty saptaldwi.le than i lakea or l' .c i .. ,o h wed h rn e of intelligence to th lowest. It is Ianking. with branch banking in the -
ir,,r. li,,rn c a t h-iIe Ilau cake.o i ,r' iMe l ,, *,ii ,,f hot weather, ar.less than forty years since the dis- l.ad.
t'ii l'.T-z. i.'r the a'termi olln or I .'. lcki ,i t h ,t 1Ait-e now. vtr \ -; m ta h
ii: I'idlg part y wne liht refr.-.h co ver, was made that tlies are the One member of Congress has sug-
.... it are ,td ,r l fruit .::r. i chief f barriers of typhoid fever. tested that branch banks on wheels .
at i -ayi.ti a f ,i.i it ,f ho I a le terns that c omplain In the it g cities and in most pro- armoredd rars-may eventually travel
il ih'. e h ,i' of htht ,.,h trade away fro home, gressive .nal twins, public health betweenn banking centers and the
I we. or iced .r ks. -o ir the .-:at are apt t find that the store- away Iauthorities now compel the covering smallest villages, transacting bank-
-i 1.r. futr :i inl ai hate ,a- r.- fr mi hi ,o w have advretised their of garlbae and other filth in which ng business for an hour or two on ll
lv ade linth :tle iche :. t gooid- I.tter. flies breed. The automobile has done .certain days of the week in each com-
,.se! of gfilg.r ah- -Irvid e t lst a greatldeal, practically eliminating nuntity. Something like that may
if.#. hit of re-fri.- l~iift that iia.-.:t the horse t-tahle, 4)11t41- the flies chief -ome about.
tiad mthI:ai-e 'l-. breeding gro imid. In the general CHANEY-
CSc .. clean-upr f EFurolpt -aice the warh Tie death of Lon Chaney is a gen-
1 Scssor For Lettuce 'long steps have, bIee taken until there ui,,4- loss to the world, lie was an
I .,-< .ai. ." -t.re i .tti, C tlihem it- is at least on(e town ii, Italy, Monte- entertainer or the tirst order, alike
th. ;,l' th. ., t t t, i n, ,,lie all catini, which boasts that it has not a in tis proper person, in which lie
S- lt t ,, .,,t ',,,,,I ed,, single fly! appeared iII "Tell it to the Marines," SAME PRESCRIPTION
,,t *!I. ,,.-|iti,. MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH HELIOPHOBES- and in the marvelous disguises and
1.. ;- :, .: "t .. ,,r .lwi-h ----Are you a heliophile ir a helio- contorted make-ups which he used in HE WROTE IN 1892
i ; e- tt|ii|,n,. !i ,,,,, C. Staats,P astor. phobe? Everybody i< ,n, or the o,,ther tilni. -
.1t, .t ., :,,t .. 4nif l "How can one expect God I1, show other. Hleliophiles love the. -unshine Chainy's career was a demonstra- When Dr. Cldwell started to rrctice
:.it ,-. tlh r ,f nrt. Ilimsielf to an averted face or break antd thrive unde-r expa uar. to sun-1 tion of f0e American belief that op- medicine, back in 1H75, Uth ne.w' for a
g~i,n i' 1T'. i. r 'f ilnto a closed nmind."-Franis G. light. Heliophobe.s are tih,. nfortun- pi rtuIni'v awaits every boy or girl lanative were not as great s today. ;-
go .1i.,- L ...Il' in ea yate blondes whoi do not .wi !,ut burn %% ho i- de to seize it. His youthful l lived normal vs at pl n,
Si .; :, l,, l 10 a. m. Sunday School. and blister and so netint,- Lecome Limndic;tp, were tremendous. His par- ir. But, even that erly lher. wr
i' .. ,.,lit 11 i. m. Dr. Burgin. preiding seriously ill in the effort to, acquire o.ts were deaf-mutes, his father a d4rutic physics ai puresa for ti" relef
S- .. than elder will preach the sermon the golden-brown skins iof the more >:arber (in .small wages. Whatever he of constipation which Pr. (al.liell did
i, I. t. -- 7:30 p. m. "..< trp he had to die f not believe were good for huaaezan helng
.. t.. .. 7:30 p. m. Worship Service. The fortunate heliophiles. %: to :ironmplish he had to do for not belrriptie n for uoi ntipa.na that
i t, u-. for pastor will preach. A skin specialist in a Ne. \ York hl"sself. it struggled for years on he usearly in ,his practi4.., ai Il which
-:"' .:. ii,. ,led in Monday 4 p. m., Women's Mieston- hospital estimates that moire than th1,- stavt- :and won his first great sue- he put in drug stA,re in Is412 under the
: -. :ary Circle No. 2 at Mrs. Joe Davi,. 200,000 working days are lot in that c. in tures when he was nearly ai of i 'alhwell's Synip P ieain,
Tuesday 4 p. m. Women's Misi,,n- city every year from illness due to f~ Tvy. lBit he brought to pictures a ifor women, hilednn d r.ld,4.rly people,
h i)t.'. .,.i,,. :try Circle No. I at Mrs. T. M. Brown. sunburn. These heliophobe sufferers k-iwlh-" -" "f stagecraft and the art and they need just aneh a~ i itl. afe
S. .1. ,t.,,tnt | Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Prayer are usually of the blonde North," : ti. !4.arned by years of poorly- bowel stimulant.
., ,I, into, Meeting. At this meeting the study European and Scandinavian typ'-. ,; .1 ail"l'prntceship. No man or worn- Thi, prescription ha t pia its.lli hti.t
Stleof the .\cts of the Apostles will coming from a stock bred for count- ." '" le a great artist in any imtive. It has won the. ,nf.l-en of
S- ., ,,:,. in a begun. less generations in the high latitude i'-i t such a background of le who needed it to gt re-lief from
S..'. ,,. ',.,I I,,'a-h Thursday 7:30) p. m. Choir Practice. where sunlight is scanty and indirect. tr g drudgery. &ill e.tit- iti shiP.i, t
I n Ikle. with The perfect heliophile. on the other HER CROSS LITTLE BOY sth, dywpepeia, alds, f.,vrs At yoAur
.t tri t n hak- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH hand, usually has a strain of Medite-r- WOULDN'T EAT OR SLEEP druggist, or write. "S r'*i
ranean blood, Italian Green. Spanish pt BB muticllu. Ilit.for
--l ----- trial 0bo.
Il i,'l-1 As .; FOR Sixth and Alachua Streets. or Semitic. My little son had poor appetite,
I 1 \1 HAV B IS D RS FOR ev. W. T. Overstreet, pastor. DREAMS- .,'ildn't i-ee-p and was cross. I gave -
I iAVf BEEN ISSUED' Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. J. "One must have some daring if K'in1 Vin,,l and it ended these troub-
Askins, supt. one is to live one's dreams." said Ile- hke i,;agic."-Mrs. L. DuCrest.
l -,.r'e.t ad Regular services on Sundays at 11 Captain Wolfgang Von Gronau as Q a\nol iulIpplies the body important
',., Its marked a. m. and 7:30 p. m. he landed his flying boat in New n-: cral elements of iron, calcium
,,Il ;ir, being Prayer meeting Wednesday night. York harbor after flying over from ', cod liver peptone. This is just
.I ",t,!.:,It,.nt of A kind invitation is given to come Germany by way of Iceland. Green- vLat thin, nervous children or adults
with us to any of these services, land and Labrador. This pioneer of In.-- i. and the QUICK results are
rl i.g of the a new trans-Atlantic air route dared sur;,rising. The very FIRST bottle
*: In cit'mplete ST. PETER'S CHURCH to try to realize a dream whi.h he irimna ->und sleep and a BIG ap-,
S th,. historical -- had had for years. p. *e. Vinol tastes delicious!
"" "'' h1.-1 tIlie period Rev. Harris Mallinckrodt. 1E. t.,r. All have dreams of things we would. it,'-rey 'rug Co., Lockwood's Store, () p '.It,, 0
Si. l I'.':(. hlien Thirteenth Sunday after trir.v. like to do; few of us have the dar- A. nts |
t,-t. ,.f tax- celebration n of the lHoly Eu.,. t, ls ir .lII
S7::;0 a. mn. SUCtt't't't s
tr-i hi-' ldt hrelall Sunday School and n-me., huftf
*: T .I. l!i,..ks. as- Capt. T. B. La-erre's BiLt' ,., them fir, cl;ss
S.-ner of a:ri culture. O a. m. I
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:L h, Inr.lratiln of Evening Servite and Se-r, :, ,, Evri T i
'-. Ia Wednesday. Litany and Lee Coolness nd mfof teed i, wrk
S' I .- 1t, c,,,wne f are the Holy Scriptures 8 p. m. jo fl
"* ." : t., th,. thties of P-ws Free. All are cord':, :-. .at n t '
'-'tl ', l i, ,, i,'h lu duhit h- ited to attend.
S -. e lunches at Nothing but thle best We appr ciate Y
,:- _FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH foods served feciently

". a y.r T. J. Herring, 'a.tor. and cosrteouSly. 1 (i t
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.Alss iBessie Steil, of .Jacksonville. Mr. Louis Zelenka, of Jacksonville
:1-'it last week here with relatives. spent last Sunday afternoon here
o with his aunt.
.Ar. Roland Owens .of Evergreen n
x%; in lFernandina last Thursday. Mrs. J. Fred Lohman motored to
---- Jacksonville and spent the day last
l,-r Rent--Furnished apartment, Wednesday.
,it-l W. B. lt.kerr 204 S. fth St.
-o
\ir. 1. II. Davis, of illiard, was Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Johnson, of
.. I. in. : visitor to Fernandina last t. Mlary's, Ga., spent last Thurs-
ViiIt ollny. dalay in Fernandina with relatives.
____o____ o
\lr. .1. .1. N. Connor and Mrs. W. Mr. W. R. Dlunlap, was in Fernan-
11 C inntor. of Callahan. spent last dina last Thursday in the interest of
V .ln .lay in Ferniiiidina. the Forestry Service.

'Ir. ;,alh 'Powell, of Kingsland. Miss Alise Townsend, of St. Mary's
i>t last Monday afternoon in Ga., spent last Thursday in Fernan-
1 ri .iiinhi transacting business. dina with friends.
---0 LOST-Diamond ring on Beach
3t..r .1. 1. Stewart spent a few Road between E. N. Sorensen's resi-
hit,- week in Waycross, Ga., dence and beach. Return to Miss
,',* ,I rans:cted business. Belle Sorensen and receive reward.
.------- o
\1 Iill .I.nes returned here re- Miss Alice Dana left last'Wednes-
* in I'ieil.and where she has (lay for Waldo .whe.re she will spend
, H tn l"her aunt. a few days with relatives.
o
r I A. Slater and daughter, Dr. A. II. Frye accompanied by a
l ,hi:r and son I'hillip, of'C.all-, party of friends spent last week-end
S it li:t Saturday in Furnan here fishing.
1' t 1wtingZ business. __
---- Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sresovich and
1 r.l'i.r I.. Wteaver, of Sattillo, son. David, have returned to their
' n,:ow infant daughter were the home in Miami after spending sev-
*t Mir. and Mrs. Thomas I. eral days here with the former's sis-
-' :i! !:,-t week. ter, Mrs. John Lopez.

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Mr. Clifford Boyles ,of. Calla .Miss Virginia Boothe returned Pri-
was in Fernandina last Saturday 'day from Roanoke ,Va., where she
tending to business matters. was accompanied by her brother, Con-
o ley Boothe and Jos. H. Dana.
Miss Barbara Richardson, of lN : B o
verde, spent last week-end here V. Mrs. Estelle Rogers and Mrs. H.
Judge and Mrs. H. V. Burgess. T. Weimer and Master Jos. Savick
motored to Jacksonville and spent
Send your dyeing and cleaning to the day last Thursday.
Rogers & Jones, 611 Main str,',t. o
Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay parcell Miss Elizabeth Van Brunt was
postage on returning. taken to Riverside Hospital Thurs-
o i1day morning where it is probable that
Miss Dorothy Ward, of Jack -he will undergo an operation for
ville spent the past week-end ppendicitis.
with her mother, Mrs. W. E. : ndiitis.


o0
Mrs. W. Leo Shave and child'
of Yulee, spent last Saturday .
with relatives.
o
Mr. Heimy Fishier returned 1. r.
last Monday from a tour to poin-t i1
Southern Florida.
o
Mr. T. C. Holden. of Hlawthorr .
spent a few days here lait vwee-k .,t
the home of Mr. and Mrs. lti rv I.
Livingston.

The many friends of Captain l1, -
bert J. Youngblood will be glad .,
see him out again after a serin, i-
illness.

Phonographs, Locks, Key-. Se\\i!t
Machines, Guns, Scissors sharpen ld
and repairs of all kinds at Sayh i .
Bicycle Shop. 10 S. Third Strect-
Fernandina, Florida.
n
Mrs. Ernest Pearson and lit;,<'
daughter, of Daytona Beach., s spernl-
ing a few days here with heir mnotli r,
Mrs. Lizzie Fitzgerald.
a
Mr. Archie McQueen and Mr. Harry
Herring, of Callahan, visited Fernan-
dina last Wednesday and \\ hle hrtre
called at this office.
0
Mr. II. M. Murrhet. of Ililliard.
was in Fernandina last W\Vilncsdtay
attending a regular meet iii of the
County Commissioners.

Misses Ida Mac Smith andl Julia
Smith returned here Wednesd;v
from a two weeks visit to relatives in
Charlotte, and Ashvilie, N. C.
--0-
For Rent-Furnished alpartniltn'
Mrs. W. B. Baker, 204 S.';ith St.
o
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boring anim
children, of Wildwood .I-pnt a f,,e
days here recently with lDr. and .1Ir-
J. R. Lynn.

T. Gunby Ozmer, of Jackso!.ville.
spent the past week-end her v with
his parents, Mr. and Mrl-. Tlho.. G.
Ozmer.
--o--
Don't forget to come tn 'h store next to J.1. G. Sulhrer'- -.Iewelry
Store and get your 'liihi, i S.upljwr
next Tuesday evening.
----------
Mr. L. L. Owens, of t1h q:Esirgreen
Section was in lFernanldii.ia tendingg
a meeting of the Bloard i t County
Commissioners last \\'Widni':day.


0
Mr. David L. Hlodge. .
was a business visitor t,ti, .
Seat last Wednesday.


I IillIinmril
(County


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The American L egi, *ving a
Clam or Fish Chowder S.., :at the
vacant store next toI .1. (;, iuhrtr's
Jewelry Store next Tuet,-i': evening.
Supper 40c and each :i' a|l i.w'l
15c each. Eat all you wi'
-0
Commissioners G. 11. L:s. f
Callahan, L. L. Owen'. I rgr ten
and II. M. Murrhe,. of rd were
in Fernandina ia.st Sai .. atttirid-
ing a special mieetii .. ', BI i:'id.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. S pirl. k k, Mrs.
Julia Wilson and Mr. W. I1. l'ranSies.
of Callahan were hiusin<- itr t,
Fernandina hast Saturday.
o
Mr. and Mrs. J. i..' :,h lateiw-
and three children. ,,i l:a sonv'ilmi
spent last Sunday hr, ,\i Mr. man:
Mrs. F. II. Ilobein.
-0--
Master James Bird. -f .n,, k.snvillt
is spending a few d. -l !,r,. \AtI
his uncle and aunt. Mr. 4: \Ir-. F.
II. Hlobein.
--o------
For Rent-Furnih.- ,i a;i.:: tn.' nt.
Mrs. W. B. Baker. 20 1 ;.. <*.
-0-
Commisioner G. II .'.,..,,s .,Af
Callahan. was in the. ;:.y Se:" a"
tending a regular mn :ing ,I Ig h
County Commissi(on l;:-t W ,Ine ta.v

Senator James B. Stew:ar ;not,,r-!
to Douglas, Ga., I:it MI.n1ay *1, ,
spent a few days with Mr. C. E
Stewart. brother of th. f,,r ner.

Miss Mattie I.,nu Br.: -
few days this week in, .l:u ksom.. '1
as the guest of her cEa-ii. Mr- F.
D. McFarland.

Mr. J. G. Thompson l accompanied by his family for 1 P-


After an absence of several weeks
Rolbert Skipper has returned from
Jacksonville, where he was visiting
his grand father, Captain D. E. Little.
o
Yes-Sir, we're still on the job and
oing strong give us the chance to
prove it by giving us your next
plumbing job.-Sanitary Plumbing
Shop.


Mrs. Uldric Thompson, of Tampa,
-pent a few days this week here with
Dr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Lynn.
0


Mr. Joe. Ilagan, of Callahan, spent
l.st Wednesday in Feriandina attend-
ing to business.

Noble A. HIardee, of Thunderbolt,
'.;a. sent the past week-end here
with his mother, Mrs. John R. Hardee,
Sr.
o
Miss Alva Mae Skipepr left Satur-
lay with her aunt, Mrs. H. E. Gaddy
ft'r a tour to Chattanooga, Tenn.
o
Mr. .1. R. Braddock, of Yulee, was
n Fernandina last Saturday attend-
ing to business matters.
o
Mr. T. B. Ogilvie, of Callahan was
here Wednesday and Thursday at-
tendling to business.

A TRIBUTE OF LOVE IN MEM-
ORY OF A FIATHFUL OFFICER

The Ladies Cemetery Association
if liosque Bello Cemetery; formed
under Mayor John G. McGiffen, City
Clerk, Charles V. Hillyer and Presi-
:lent of the City Council, Win. 0.
Teffreys, when they presided over
,-ity affairs; the above Association of
ladies took over the charge of what
was at that time a most neglected
woodlandd thicket of briars and weeds
of every description; they gave their
time, money and strict attention to
make it. what it is to-day an ideal
'God's Acre."
The lady officers then chosen rep-
re-ented the various churches, the
tirst Treasurer was the late Mrs.
('harles B. McNair of loving memory,
who died while in office. Miss Kate
Williams tiook up her office which she
held for eighteen years, giving per-
feet satisfaction always in every work
connected with the association. In
her vacant place the association will
sustainn a great loss by the influence
>f this gentle Christian woman in it's
midst, who knew by her long resi-
lence in Fernandina, its co-workers
who tried to make the cemetery more
beautiful.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
That the Bosque Bello Cemetery
Association will miss her gentle in-
luence and in the loss of such a valu-
able officer, we feel a double sor-
row.
RESOLVEI). that the Association
extendss to her bereaved ones their
sincere sympathy.
That a copy of these resolutions be
put in the Fernandina paper, a copy
<,nt to the family and a copy be put
in the Vemetery Association Book.
Committee:
Eliza K. Brady,
Harriet W. Wood,
Lena McGiffen,
Anita V. Mann.
Fernandina, September 8, 1930.

SMALL BOY STEELS BICYCLES

A small negro boy, Harry Riech-
imrgh. 14. was convicted Wednesday
if steeling two bicycles recently.
One bicycle belonged to George
D)avis and was taken about a month
iuo from in froPnt of his house where
lie left it and the other belonged to
Mr. II. C. Haddock and was taken
:ilut a week ago.
G(;eorge Davis saw the boy riding
a wheel and recognized the luggage
tack on the back of it as being his
nd4 toid Chief Surrency about it.
I'pn close questioning the boy ad-
mitted taking both wheels, but they
were hard to identify because they
were dissembled and resembled in
uch a way that part of one was in
,Te and part in the other. The fame
,f the Davis boy's bicycle was found
n thick brush near Sandersville
heree the boy had hidden it.
The boy was tried by Judge Her-
'ert V. Burgess of the Juvenile Court
Wednesday afternoon and he was
committedd to the State Reform


School in Marianna, Fla., where he
u-il remain until the nroner authori-!


The modern caucuses are called
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call them kindergartens.

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