Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: March 24, 1922
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075899
Volume ID: VID00027
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Fernandina, FbL, March 15th,
1922.-The regular monthly
meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners was held on this
date. Present: D. H. Ground
chairman, and Commi isme
Shave, Wilds, S.C. Braddock
and J. t. Braddock.
The minutes of the Februar
meeting of the board and of the
special meeting held on March
1st, were read and approved.
Reports were made by each o
the commissioners on the corn
edition of the public roads hi
-their several districts, and. Ut
county road superintendent ale
made report as to the condition
of the Callahan' and BryceviQl
Blue print plans and specific
cations for improvement o
channel at Amelia drawbridge
per order of the War Depart
ment were filed with the cert
who was instructed to advertise
for bids on this work.
Bond of C. L.C. Burner a
justice of the peace in distrk
No. 6, was approved in the mm
of $500.00, with J. G. Scuss
Robert Henderson and Joh
Henderson as surities.
The clerk was requested t
make a list of parties receiving
allowance from the poor fund i
the several commissioners dim
tricts, and mail a copy of sau
Ist to each of the county corn
Petition was pmuented to th
board from citizens of the 4t
commissioner's district, askiq
them to place Maria Jenkins o
the pauper list. This petition
was referred to Mr. S. C. Bna
dock for investigation.
The clerk was instructed t
write to the trustees of count
Bonds requesting each of the
to submit for the approval c
the board at its regular meeting
in the month of April, sure
bonds in the sum of $10,000.0
These surety bonds to take t1
place of the personal bonds f<
$5,000.00 each which are now o
file with the board. The elm
was also directed to call the a
tention of the bond Trustees I
Sections 1545 and 1546 of tl
revised general Statutes ,
Florida relating to the invest
ment of the bond fund mon
and making annual report,
their transactions to the boa
of county commissioners.
The following -reports we
filed with the board:
Tax collector's report of lice
sea, county physician's repo
The county judge report
$52.00 collected for fines in -
court during the month
February and other costs
mounting to $115.38.
After examining the billsi
were presented and appko v.i
them for payment there bei
no further business to attend
the board adjourned.
si sus e s'C, sief theC 'csl

Next Sunday is World Sun-
day in the M. E. Church, South.
Piusani in part:
Anthem, "Be Thankful."
Walter A. Shawker.
Anthem, "King of My Soul."
R. L. Stuckey.
Symposium, "Why I Believe
in the Methodist Church."
Address by pastor, "The
Methodist Church-Our Moth-
Every Methodist is urged to
be in place promptly at 11
o'clock, and all friends without
other church engagements are
heartily invited to help us eele.

Thrills a plenty and ach m
ful Information go with *-
tare nude by Henry Jiir,
"Carden America" to be O
at the Rex Theatre on
Education of the pub8e
Serally and of their own -
Sees, especially, is the puti Oe of
the extensive "Sae"m1tW
s campaign now bfar by
t many arge c- a-ptk- _t-I
other interests which renae the
Snecessity of there be.m .
e thing done," and this' is
Sillustrative of the metheb Used.
How accidents occur, pecial-
Sy where anto ios r dron-
Sae ed, ld how they be a-
m voidediss a matter of the first
e importance toi an-d is here
o shown. It is fact to by far
n the larger number of-accidents
e that ecur are Newdtwe.
o Never be a hurry hen
i- you're driving an astemebi"
f is a precept that is acknowed-
e ed and taught by every compe-
d. tent ast and aome of
the reasons for the precept ane
e shown with convincing vivid-
o This is one of the ictnres
t which the Sottern allway
a System, the Louisville & Nash-
L ville, Georgia, Western Of Ala.
n bama, and Atlanta & W t Point
railroads in combination with.
Sthe Southern Bell and Cumber-
Sland Telephone & Teloraubh
n companies are ciimeti
through the Lynhe and ald
j theatres. .

SAn open competitive exauri
n nation under the rules of th6
U. S. Civil Ser Civice Commirs.
forth position of Clerk in the
postoffice at Frandina
o will be heldon April 16th 9I
ty comemecing at 9 o'clock a. m
I Applicants for this .exo
of nation must be made on there
Sscribed form, which, withee
y emarwy instructions a wbe ob
0. stained from the CommiMm'i
Slocal representative, cratr
or Ia Civ Se Ekw thi
i Fernandina, a postmffice, a
rk from the undersigned.
t- All persons wishing to -tai
to this examination should Snee
he blanks and file their application
of with the undersigned at omee h
it. order to allow time for any nee
By essary corrections and to au
of range for the exanatin.
rd Secretary Fifth vil Servi
District, Atlanta, Ga, Secretar
re Civil Service Board.
S Baseball will be thenl al-e
rt sorbing thing in Fernandina b
re fore many more weeks ebMW
A game was played here Tue
ed day in which the locals wee vI
na torious over St. Marys by
of score of 10 to .

On board the Clyde St. John
River Line steamer, City c
Jackasonve, bound for Sadfor
and sailing Friday evening
last week, a party emhariad
what proved a highly plea~u
outing. A party .comflla
Miss Ada L. Wiliama, Mu
Walter B. Smith and agh
Miss Janet SmithL beth
Chicao, sests of Mim. Wi
lams and Alnh E. WIlEsd..
feature of the trip was a det
by motor car on the return r
making i ayUN* Nyto
Beach and Sme Breem, in all
distance of sevety miles by
of ad throughh DeLamtwh
the steM was rejoink T
trio or cluster of cb y a
jaeent tmas proved a mmo
able setlm of *splandd M
erm t 9d advOIm
ready mc dive and aintereti
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M B.arope histories INS-J. HAMPTON JONES,
have a the wonderful OF CALLAHAN, WILL BE

of biliapt iine. Since the announcement of
SAVING IN INTEREST RATE-MILLAGE a i'e11ai an noble, Senator Jas. E. Calkins to suc-
TO BE LOWERED IF THE the e as the ie herald- ceed himself as State senator
ed .by the Bk H.e announced from the sixteenth senatorial
BONDS CARRY. the &a of ta new age, an age district last week, it has devel-
_*ila e jmi and peace hoped that the fight is to be
A "T ... 2. td *J s ek the earth even as three-cornered, as S. R. Mbrrow,
Little or no oppositil on the Those who should be m a posi-s ta covr the sea. The of Fernandina, states that he
outsidehasdeveloped to spread tion to know state that thPe mi_- ~Ai-es h e advtiat.d, how- will be a candidate and J.
gloom among th4 advocates of age will be substantially lowr- ear, we too ni~ial for the ton Jones, of Callahan, is also
the proposed 15o0,000.00 edf the people a td A etti es of his coutem spoken of as a probable contend-
imsue for municipal purposes c iom .s.a the--- W ,i H and a few of his er. Mr. Merrow is one of the
Fernandina, and as the election issue, as the expenditure .fer e drive by the leading business men of Fernan-
day, April 4th, approaches, in- money for the imove i tiSry Prsia in- dina having one of the largest
dications are that the issue will outlined w ill men a c eaper .to ele i tire., and at l"st, shrimp packing plants in the
be adopted by an overwhelming rate of interest which wil nec- in 14 were da in the shrimp area, ksidng eing the lo-
vote.: It would seem that it is essarily mean a lower mlag. ofM. Akka in cal agent for the ulf Refining
o*. the part of good sense to In order to vote any binerof syi. Company. As things now stand,
vote bonds at this time, as the real estate will have to pay MI21 W. the persecutions of men the fight for senator promises
city plants need enlarging, some city taxes and wfl.. trea. cannot &ti40 the light of to be a lively one in old Nassau
sections of the city need rewir- ter with the city c erk irf teir oOs iy sigit e it shines this year and things will likely
ing and several judgments that name doesn't appear on the city i the W of his prophets. warm up as the weather does
the First National Bank holds registiation books, and all par- From te tGret Prison" and bid fair to sizzle before two
should be retired, the judgments ties who are eligible shol co of Ar Ba.l ead his of the aspirants are "also-rans."
,aggregating more than $90,000,? ply with these provi sions of the 'of unity aid love
and which draw eight per cent law at once. The electionday thought western Asia. In CHEAPER FARE TO JAX
interest when the bouIs will only isn't far off; qualify as early as izi, t e e rty years -.
draw six per cent. possible. of exile a 7`2msmiut he The Southern Transportation
pasea Ie~ving his ~4est Company, of Jacksonville, which
SPOLITICS WA7 rMr INw'T< aonAdiB,0" a. as the a point- has been operating a bus line
/ P TI "II .( WV., M I N r ed xbli 'of his word and from Fernandina to Jacksonville
Lt p% l of his canse, daily, and return, with the night
Tr T T the ebter the CovemnMt" lay-over at this place, announce
UP IN SOME SECTIONS nte mance of Abdul a reduction in their charges, in
Se the Babi message has this issue, having made the
.... .... ... been arried to all lamd and all price of a passage to Jackson-
A W tative of this paper bond money was on had at that has bo d Chris- ville $1.00 instead of $1.50 aA
spent Satday at Callahan and time, about $12,00, actually wt a Ond M1n--mes-, B-d- heretofore. This will likely
heard considerable politics dias- c red WVA6 imlMink l -ue mi anr to tve- via bu
h o p te ms e -e ,.te figgrtjB @k@ngfi SoI'of, nn who haven't heretofore done so.
peple of that section is the e, mmmS.' MODERN HEALTH CRUSADE
ctom of a apunty comisioner a nneirea r *u frommthe m to hT.'bekivee this is the --
to succeed J. R. Braddock, who Jack ille -and by begin of that Golden Age up- Below will be found the napes
s -teadfastly refuses to allow his a ,hort r..te fma Cal- the ge f universal e*the crusaders who have kept
name to be used this year, his han to h tms t the r.e and Wove we:W as Christ the Health Chores for ten weeks
business interests precluding State road de tm t tote foreto, men "shall come from and who have won the title of
any possibility of making the hold of the project. No ma the east ad .fI the west, and Health Knights:
Srace. J Sauls, of Calla- who' nims the glory, it b fm theengs m a from the Josie Skipper, Elizabeth Loh-
an one of the substantial to Jack Saul, ad _d the st 4 aid ihal'sit down in the qaan, Mercedes Noallas, Mar-
Scitizens of that section and the ter not been put through w idngw of God." guerite Sauls, Dorothy Jeffreys,
County at large, is being urged it was, the chacesM tat Grace Nagel, Kossie Goddbread,
.by his friends to make the race Caha, Hilliard and th W BASIC BAHAI Grace Nagel, Kassie Goodbread,
S _r county commissioner, Mr. sections of the countyy *Would TWELV 'LS. Simon Flacks, Noble Hardee,
SBraddock, the present incum- have had to wait for a r Iss. Ben Sorrensen, Billy Jeffreys,
e ml hving s succeeded him yea y ytt .ie n 1. Thie (-a.of makind Vesta Prewitt, Freida Swearin-
'Mr. Bank. served one term, de-,' highway .that is now PL-0 u inegeon, Jack Mizell, Reiman Rdhx,
S mini to stand for re-el r etion, through that section ou be oftrthErnie Mae Jones. Sarah Jones,
Sbut during his two years in of- 1 a reality. Jack S 3. The foundation of all reli- Tob Moskovitz, Charlotte Mes-
Sice, gave perfect sati a good comtY, e fi n nons si e k, James Clark, Lewis Hardee,
SHefathered the hard-surfacinmg sioner e ., 4. e the s icky ar, Elizabeth SweiH ar-e
of the Dixie highway through could not do better thanelect I. .im-- betgen, Sarah Ferreira, Alice
SCaahan and by using what him if he wffll consent to run.... Region mst be in aord Berrie, Julius King, Floy Ander-
S- with se a rea n. son, Bertie Bowers, Mildred
S6 between men and Bunker, Edward Jones, Ethel
NANLIIN A INwomen Kirby, Nancy Ozmer, Sammnie
Fe rlooURN _NLA Al FI N 7 rP* d of all kinds Fishler, Oliver Mott, Myrtle Mi-
T I' A ll TI u~T Tmmust b be fzette. ? SrankOiver, My+ Barr,
LOADING JPOINT i eP c. Univeal eace. wahve, An-
9. Universal edm tio drews, Charlotte Longee, Eve-
Jt will be of great interest to bIest elevatortha l 10. Sotion of the icy Sa ussie Olsen Aean
6. O o re- -_ Olsen, Juanita Haddock, Mild- e .of Fernanidina to in loading ther sip et.Clark,
now .t1hwa tthe new Florida Ter- in the UnitedSt L1. a nraoa a i o red S rOlsen, MSale Mae t ott,
a inal Co's. Phosphate and coal ^be Eie;sdqu ite 1MaU4 e a t al L01isfeor Lasserre, Carl King,
Wlator was considered by the the part. wf... --Adv.Isadore Flacks, Everett Mizell,
officers of the Italian steam- people should feel v w' -Adv. Paulo Moreira. Daisy Clemons,
ship "Dwrhessa d' Aosta" as the over the fact. --* nilkW Couropis, Mary Con-
ST. PET 'S CHURCZ ceicas. Mary Clemons, Floy
* STATE COLLEGE VOCAL JEROME W 3IU Hamilton, Corine Edmondson,
of TEACHER BURIED ALIVE BEAD OF LEGON w h lt Jessie_ Bowers, Thetus Barefoot,
F. ---.rh... --- ... n Donnie Clemons, Barbara Allen,
f Tallahassee, March 17 .-Miss Palm Beach, March 17.- H* ia, 3 aI. m. Irene Edmondson, Carrie Skip
4 Emma E. Boyd, a vocal teacher Jerome E. Wideman, Wesrt Palm 1 a. um. per. Jsie Skipper. Theo Thom-
mg at the Florida State College for Beach attorney and first post 11 Sub. "T ,., as, Jula Ferreira, Roselle Jones.
5 Womcn here, was buried alive commander of Palm Bea Pt a. SbjeCs e Watch-
, while searching for historic rel- No. 12, American OUw. ing prb- e and r--- OLD TRAIN SCHEDULE
, s in a indian moundi, seven elected commander of the GOES IN EFFECT SUNDAY
-- miles from here today. da De-partm-t, American Le- 78 rPo Suject. Id NDAY
. Recently Miss Boyd. it is un- gion, at the final etion tte my ,:30 Womn's Aux. The old train schedule which
Smentof tan otheer you ng wa Sute coeio herects y il;ry Ltent Reading at the gave such universal satisfaction
e workf toe caluege had engsae u nd Pthe 1923 was ".te s Guild ]sl. to Fernandina people and the
S rmn to excavate the mound, the 98 Bon t~its" Tuesday, 80- t. Magret' ,l public will be restored.
ad whe the men wers still en- Wc klam n was .iS -e home 5 mr J effective next Sunday, the 26th
a wled, thMi e Boyd, accompi"ed till n ide bym .irFa t .Local people hear of the change
b two other curio hunters, of latk, and Dr. Jack i w~ 3:80, P enter's with much satisfaction, as it will
w there today. While stand- of S aot. On the M5 P, ,-- lA- th- give them a through train ser-
IIng in one of the clearing, later- the vote stood W'_cm Loi Balg vice to Jacksonville in the morn-

Al earth suddenlyaWyda ,..' S
te erts. Pysii gave way and Kirkmaa 46, Hato Ia ervies Mada, i and afternoons as formerly
ried her. Physicians who ar- secor with the Taedas, 5. .; Wenesiays an n additional exprbaess a day.
w S-edtafter the body har been first ballot -# t--Ad M 3iV j~p.s7:8 p.'i to say nothing of a better mail
Ssecovered, said her l.ath had was Widemai T, EI -rkm.n W., _o ,mm..." Thurdy service.
U. Seen caused by ufcation. Nat years envmtm at .0Holy e- Thu-wdmy
Ws Boyd was a nati-,. of ws, beg~ Jlu e 14th- Coar. i tructio-n Sun- We make Clothing to order at
a had been a member a ofm to- -lm waih .' a# no., ....... ,s





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Peace hath her slackers no
lem than war.
c 0
About the worst break a man
can make is to go broke.

Don't let a cold hang on; it
may muse you to drop off.
Yes, sir, if a man gives you
his word he ought to keep it.
Life in this world now is just
one conference after another.
The rolling pin was the origi-
nal woman's club:
It will soon be time for the
Georgia peach crop to be killed
A bright disposition, Delicia,
is better than a brilliant com-
You have noticed, of course,
that it is hard for the knocker to
forge ahead.
How lonesome everything is,
without the Irish question on
the front page.
The only safe thing to do with
bootleg whiskey is to make the
seler drink it.
An old married man wants to
know if the tx on bachelors is
not a luxurfr tax.
Some people's idea of charity
seems to be to share their troub-
les with others.
A man can be caught by look-
ing, and he can be kept by cook-
As it appears now, congress is
in favor of a soldier bonus if no
money is involved.
Fish as well as human beings
often get into trouble by not
keeping their mouths closed.
The man who invented the
ukulele has just died in Hawaii.
You know where be has gone.
What keeps bootleggers in
business?" asks an exchange.
The old woman who used to
smoke a pipe now has a grand-
daughter who smokes cigar-
Cheer up. The senate has
voted to reduce the tax on chew-
ing gum from 3 per cent to 2 per
cent. e
As the situation now stands,
America is willing to feed Ruw-
sia but is not willing to associate
with her.
The reason there is so much
room at the top is that so many
people are willing to stay at the
You can't always telL The
prettiest silk stockings that you
4 see on the street may have a
hole in the toe.
Remember the time when a
fellow was thought to be highly
accomplished if he could play on
the guitar?

Now that conferences have
become all the rage, why not
have one on the limitation of
automobile accidents?
A member of the British royal
family has just married a com-
moner-which was a most un-
common thing to do.
A wife was fined $6 in New
York city for whiping her hus-

The district or precinct regis-
tration books will close on the
first Monday in April.
The books will be open in my
office on and after the first
Monday in April, but as many
will have no occasion to come to
the county seat, it is best that
they register with the district
registrars before the district
books close. Accotdisit to the
opinion by the attorney-general
of Florida, all women voters
will be required to pay one dollar.
poll tax in order to vote in the
primary and they should not lose
sight of this very important

Register now and pay your.
poll tax.
Supervisor of Registration.

Miss Lillie Roux had quite an
experience last Friday night on
her return from St. Marys, hav-
ing gone over on the boat to
chaperone a crowd of young
people who went to play base-
hall and witness the game. When
the boat reached Fernandina afn-
other boat was docked at the
Center street pier and in order
to reach the docks, the party
had to step from one boat to the
ether and then to the dock. Miss
Roux, in attempting the feat,
fell in the water and but for the
timely and heroic work of Lyn-
der Bunker, who rescued her,
she would have lost her life.
Miss Roux suffered no ill ef-
fects from her harrowing exper-
ience save a severe nervous
shock and minor bruises.
The Italian steamship Du-
chessa d' Aosta, which arrived
in port last week for a cargo of
coal, finished loading several
days ago, and sailed Wednesday
with a cargo of over eight thous-
and tons. She also bunkered
here, taking about ten thous-
and tons in all. The vessel,
which was four hundred and fif-
ty feet long, was a very large
one and drew 26.8 feet of water
when she sailed. She loaded at
the Florida Terminal Co's. coal
and phosphate elevators and
was consigned to the Strachan
Shipping Co. She said for
Marseilles. The Duchessa d'
ftta will come to Fe amliq
Ta'gin m aibut th re months^i
is said.
The fourth luncheon of the
Fernandina Rusiness Med's
Luncheon Association was held
yesterday at the Keystone Hotel
and was largely attended. Rev.
Melville F. Johnson, of Jackson-
ville, was the speaker, and his
address was greatly enjoyed.
Albert D. Simon, the secretary
of the association, is now en-
deavoring to get Governor Har-
dee and other notables here for
addresses, announcement of
which will be given at a later
The election as ordered and
advertised by the Board of Pub-
lic Instruction for the 28th of
March to enlarge the Fernan-
dina sub-school district, is a
mighty important thing to the
people of Fernandina, and every
qualified elector should vote for
the extension.
J. W. Keen, of Crawford, was
a visitor to the county seat yes-
terday. Mr. Keen, who has been
more or less active in Nassau
county politics for the past ten
or fifteen years, is thinking of
making the race for represam.
tative, which will be good news
to his friends.

Dr. C. C. Fuqua, of Hiliard,
was a visitor to the county seat
on Wednesday. Dr. Fuqua was
a member of the House of Rep-
resentatives at the last session
of the legislature from Nassau
county and wil be a candidate
this year.
Geo. H. Hubble, a resident of
the Chester section, died last
night, after a few dao' critical

Penn's spells quality.
Because Penn's is packed air-
tight in the patented new
container- the quality is
seadet in.
So Penn's is alvwa s fro..L. ILave you
*vw really chewed fresh tobacco?
yPernn's the next uime. Try it. No
des tbeflo condition -fresh-Peon's.

(/ymy a.--uv


"Accross the Continent in the
........" St9tionary Express," the play
ST. PETER'S GUILD HAD given under auspices of the
MOST PLEASANT PARTY *Young Woman's Missionary So-
city of the Methodist church
Thursday afternoon and a at the Keystone Hotel last Fri-
perfect one at that, the members day night, was liberally patrom-
of St. Peter's Guild and a num- ized. All the children did their
her of their friends spent a very. parts well.
pleasant afternoon in the form
of a water party. The steamer e & Stokes, automobile
Mary R" left Center street dealers of Hilliard, have pur-
pier at two o'clock, and after; chased the garage business of
riding up the Amelia river until Wade Bros. and plan to greatly
Cumberland island was reached, enlarge the business. See an-
the boat landed at Dungeness nouncement in this se.
pier where cars were waiting'
to take them over the island, af- Let'us do your printing.
ter which the party met Mrs.! r
Andrew Carnegie 1I, at the! "
swimming pool where tea was
served. A very interesting af-
ternoon was spent, as Cumber-
land island is Dr')bably-. one1I
the most historic spots3inthel e
South, and besides, a very beau-
tiful island of natural tropical
growth and vegetation. At six I p o
the party left for home with a
memory of an afternoon that i
will never he forgotten. !
To the Democratic Voters tof aasau
I respectfully announce myself oxfords
candidate for the Democratic nomina-
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida. I
have endeavored faithfully to fulfill
my duties and respectfully ask your
(Paid Poiliti al Adv.rti-- ment)



Dr.E. H. BaileyGraduated
Tree Surgeon of Dr. Davies'
Tree Surgery Institute, will
be in Fernandina for a few
days, and if you will phone
him at phone No. 46, he will
call and examine your Shade,
Fruit and Nut Trees and
make a diagnocis of same,
free of charge. He absolu-
tely guarantees to cure any
cme of "San Jose Scale" on
Peach Trees, or "Blight" on
Pecan or Pear Trees.
We will go to country and
take care of Pecan aad Peach
Orchards and Landscape
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On Friday, March 17th, just
as the sun was kissing the
Westenr horizon, the spirit of
Pearl Ilolton took its flight to
the bri lit beyond.
She 1mas the daughter of Mr.
and Mr Edgar Young, of At-
lantic City, N. J., and was mar-
ried to Mr. N. D. Holton, of Fer.
j nandina. Sept. 27th, 1912, com-
ing to Fernandina, where she
resided for several years. Re-
siding at the time of her de-
mise in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Holton was a patient,
loving mother, and faithful wife,
being a christian from early
childhood, she identified herself
with the Methodist church at
Atlantic City.
Having been very frail and
suffering with heart trouble,
she was for the past few years
debarred from active church
work. She is survived by her
husband andtwo small children,
beside many relatives and
friends, who mourn her loss.
The funeral was conducted by
Rev. Lewis in the Marvin Metho-
dist church and interment was
made in Evergreen cemetery,
Jacksonville, Sunday afternoon,
March 19th.
"Blessed are the dead who
die in the Lord." J. H.


Jas. Burney, a pioneer. resi-
dent of the Callahan section,
died very suddenly at his home
near that place on Thursday of
last week of heart trouble.

Thirty Years


S-o The United Fruit and Cigar
LOCAL AND PERSONAI 1 ,Store has added a new Dodge
AL AND PERSONA truck to its equipment.
O -0 -
Miss Olive Galphhi, of Jack-! W. W. Dyer and wife, of Has-
sonville, spent the week-end' tings, were visitors to Fernan-
here with her parents,. dinaon Thursday.
SHerbert Pollock, C.C Reid Amelia Lodge No. 47, F. & A.
and Hurley Fink spent Sunday M., held a very interesting meet-
in Jacksonville. ing Tuesday night, when the M.
InOR SAe thorough- M. degree was confererd.
FOR SALE-One thorough-
bred Jersey. cow.. Reason for
selling, no one to care for her. Orpha D. Bruce Chapter No.
W. C. SIMM Box 36. 55, O. E. S., will meet next Fri-
-1 day night. There will be degree
The baseball minstrel is get- work and all members are urged
ting along nicely, according to a to be present.
statement by Albert D. Simon, -
who is the principal power be- Mrs. P. G. Haddock and little
hind it.. daughter returned on Tuemby
from Callahan, where they spint
A. S. Allan returned on Thurs- several days with the former's
day of lst week from New York parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
City, where he went to buy his Jones.
1ri0 and summer stocks of
dry goods and shoes. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Campbell
--- Mr. and Mrs. Hoomer, Miss
Congressman Frank Clark, Peters, G. H. Stokes and G. B.
writes that he has a number of Franklin, of Hilliard, formed a
yearbooks of the Department of pleasant automobile party who
Agir&ultuLe for free distribution spent Monday in Fernandina.
and will be glad to send a copy
to anyone applying for same. Pay your subscription now.

The D. A. Kelly Company




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Hay, Grain,

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For Over


LEGAL ADVERTISED IENTS ourt b se. ain o fr- i.
D. 192 and that sali elties
SPECIAL BOND ELECTION PROCLA be held an coiden ted ia the aMir
MATiao. prescribed by law for beIag Og-
eraele9tions ,ad alle rmIe mI
BE IT KNOWN at I. H.Into J. inaid proposed commsilts cot.
Baker. as Mayor of tne Clt7 of Pernas- wlshor territory who ane umlsf w.
dina. In the State -' ~ i'.. under the voters that pay a tax on real or r- lo
provisions of aU ...: ,.ee of the said sonal property shall be ltia to
City of Fernandina. :Ad. "An Ordi- vote In said election. Said eEtlibe-
nan.e tProvjiding for .t e isuace of ing called by the Board of Poe 11-
bonld of the City o Fe.rnanUlna, Un- struction of Nassau county. F ora.
der the Provisions n Act of the by' resolution duly adop at da elt-div
legislature of the State of Florida, lug held in aud for sajt ouat im thi dil
Entitled. 'An Act to Provide for the the 22ad day ot fPeSFbrm-ry.
Issue of Bondi. by ti,' ity of Fernan- J. T.s~WAui9OgW of
dina. for Municipal .- i> ses. and to Chairman Roard of Puble Instvc-
Authorise saul City u elii Property ti.,n. Nas:au ,:ounty, Plorida .E
Tax:,ble Within the .. :; for Taxa- Attest: "RE
tioh and to, Ab.esa Z. i Collect Taxes 0. T. WEAVEIt co
Levied There.n by s.-il <:ity.' Approv- Secretary. TA
ed .M;ty 20. Is: 9J. and 'rovde for the Cl
Payment Thotreof." .:F.,,,red February -. .
if,, t5! *ter( 't.. electFon to wTII. o* OP ,AST S F e
be on the Fourth -. of April, A. SALE da
1I. -Kinete.n lludre.d ai :t- Twenty-two. -
in each ward In aid ,- of Fernan. Notice Is hereby gives that Muad gea
dina. at the polli.-pla'. ,in each ward and by virtue of that certain decree
designated lby thc City C-.,'ncil of said made atd entered on the Wth day crof t
<'it. for t,.e pury..- .ii submitting. February A. D. 1922 by the oaorable or
at election,o th.e i liftedified reiga- George Couper Gibbs, Judge of the we voters, ,t .said 'V,t of Fernan- Circuit Court ina and for Nassau com-
diln. then r.esdin, iAn -.d City, who ty, Florida, in Chancery Sitting. Ina s
own real estate :nrid have paid that certain cause pending .in said C,
their taxes for the year precedianK the Court wherein Jeffries Market, a cor- of
question whether ,r i .t bonds shall poration is complainants, and Mathua- thi
be Issued b. the City PFernandina.I sricht and Catherine tharseha th
as provided for by alai -rdinance. one his wife. Neal FPnkelstein, J. C. Craw-
hundred and fifty in number, to be ford and Fred B. Nohle.' strustee-,
known as 'City ..f F i Andlna Fund- defendants. the undersig.e. S. al r
ing and Irnprovenirnt lionds." each Master appointed by the Court its Ja
bond to be of th.. dsCenrination of One final decree aforesaid, wiU o er $or'- S
Thou4sand Dollars, (l.J,), aggregat- sale and will seil at pibiuc r f for
Ing One Hundred and Fity Thousand cash, to the highestand bet bidder, at
Dollars ($150.4<09). and dated the First the house on the remlse* kiwa M s m
day of June, A. D. Nin. t.-en Hundred the "Old Namaes Pbrum,"etltiitfMas- i
and Twenty-tto. and a:tirineg i.r. a ,I. county, PFlorl-a. ON Mom al"ayArM
payable scmi-annua!13 ln ti-e tfirt ., D 1922. the same biag a legal salee
day of June and o.-cini-er of each .1.). within the legal hqu ot ide, the
year at the rate of six per .;ent per following p.r-onal property In said br
annum; said bonds to be issuidl in six i,,us.. located at 't-d tilf, Coaity vs
serica and to mature or bccornm due as ,,f Nbsau and State of lorids, k-bwa vo
follows: arad ,called the -Old Nmasm Farm" to-
iBnds numbered I to 2,. both i:%. ius- wit-
vlye aggregating Twenty-five Thous- Kitchen: One cabinet, one sate, two
and Dollars ($25,000). to be designated tables, one range and one chair. "To
Series A. and to mature uor become due Dining Room: Two serving tables.,
on the First day ot June. A. D. 1927; or. billiard table, one buffet, one
l:onds numbered 1 to :)2. both Inclus- ,,..t .-:,, .t, one cedar chest ad on
ive. aggregating 1'wenty -five Thous- ten chairs. to
and Dollars (125,000). to I.e designat- Breakfast Room- One table and four fil
ed Series B, and to matu., or become chairs. An
due on the First day ,o, June, A. D. Bed Room, North: One bod, oem bu- G<
1932: reau. one washstand, one see- sa
HBonds numbered 1 to 2.,, i- th indlus- tional book-case and one chair.
Ive. aggregating Thouq- Bed Room. West: One bed, one be- na
and Dollars (.2r.000). t., 1,-t designat- reau, one sectional book -*ae and as
ed Series (', arnl to mauti:. or become one chair 0.
due on the First day of June. A. D. lUtting Room: Standlng ilrror, wrltt w<
1937; ing table, one book-case, owe
Bonds numbered 1 to 2j. both Inclus- wicker settee, three wicker eh se
lyve, aggregating Twenty-five Thous- one card table, foer chaiem, e F4
and Dollars $2i,000), to be designat- magazine stand and em--s -
ed Series D. and to mature or become graph.
due on the First day of June. A. D. Bed Room. Front: One bed, one stand- co
1942; ng... mirror, one dresser. o e table, J.
Bonds numli-red I to 25, both Incldp- one chair. Sc
eIT, aggregating Twenty-five Thoul- UllpST"rAS
and Dollars ($25.000). to be designat- Bed Room. North: Ome bed. one
ed Series E. and to mature or be- dressing table, one bureas, one *l
come due on th' First day of June. A. wardrobe,. one wicker chair, one
D. 1947; and chair.
Bonds numbered 1 to 25. both nducus- Sleeping Porch. North- One bed, one
ive. aggregating Twenty-five Thous- table, one rocker. M
and Dollars (.25.000). to be deslgnat- Bed Room. West: One dreer. one -
ed Series F. and to mature or become wardrobe, two cedar cbest two T,
due on the First day of June, A. D. wicker chairs, one chair.
191;: principal and interest payable Sleeping Porch. North: One bed. one
In gold coin of the United States of wardrobe.
America of thc present standard of Also four large Oriental rugs, three ti
weight and fineness, at the office of small Oriental rugs. four de e-
the City Treasurer In the City of Per- tic rugs, and all books, picture,
adlna. Florida, or at. the National china, cut-glass, phonograph re-*
Bank of Commerce in the City of New words and silver." of
York. State of New York: for the fol- V AUL D. MeGARRY d
lowing specified municipal purposes. Special Master to
that Is to say. One Hundred and Thir- KNIGHT & CI'EST. r
teen Thousand Dollars ($113.000). of Solicitors for complainant.
the proceeds of sale of which bonds __
shall he used to pay or fund existing --
Indebtedness of said City of Fernan- WOTICE OF MALEB UN MUE XimmC. L.
dina. other than indebtedness evidene- TI. H
ed by municipal bonds of the said City A_
and the remainder of said proceeds Notice is hereby given that I, J. P. F
shall be used to pay the estimated Surrency. as illsor. actgilaUns i of
cost of enlarging and Improving the Sheriff or asa1u county, Florit. ma- to
existing Light. Water and Ice Plant der order of Circult ort, Nasau
of said City of Pernandina. county. Florida, dated Fl bruoy7Sth,
Said bonds shall be engraved, with A. D. 1922. have. under aind by Virtue
Interest coupons attached payable at of a certain Writ of Executione ssd I
Intervals of six months from date of out of and under the seal of the Cr- T
the bonds, under the direction of the cult Court. Fourth Judicial Cireuit of
City Council rand shall be signed by Florida, n and for Na sau co ty ia
the Mayor and City Clerk of saidity. a certain cau serA I o ag

the aggregate amount for which ida. and Ex Ofcintaeo AoZ lltr,
aid bonds are proposed to be Issued by Estate of J. Nas riM decersedm ea
aid ordinance as aforesaider my hane defendan to thevied on tal to t -

al of the issuance of the bonds t or All of those certain lots, pl.em o Iaar-
the amount proposed to be Issued. ac- cels of land situate, lying and be -
cordingealy as you approve or dsap-ro the entty of F andlaS Cano ty
prove of the issuance of the bonds f tor Nassau and State of FlorRida and
the amount proposed to be issued. known and described uponm and ac-
Mayor of the City of Per- City of Fernandina (as Iith aphed '
nandna under the coror- and the samsued bye the Flori mda Railroad -
ate seal of said City this Company n 186atoa7. and elargedy revised
(Corporate First day of March A. D. absent reissued by The Florida Tow Ain
folSeal) Nineteen Hundred and rcommty or sub-diion A. D. the same being t

Tweof Nassau county-two, into call an day of TSid month of April. a e TE :
ele o n for the purpose o In chng sales day, between the heS e 11
Sand extending thate bondri of 13pec- o'clock a m. () and TW T o'clock
STax School DisJ BAKER THREE (23) in Block numbered TNhe legal hrs of sale.
sellof Nassau county. Florida whh at J.or so much thereof a
the present time constIOtes and In* As Elsor aetls at publiead outcry tol
ln t oand e the the est bidder, fori a. caseh r e
Whereas, one-fourth of the qualified the Court HouMs door of maid (uat

sof a county. Florida. a to call ansti- ida. dateof said monthFebruary 27thof April, A. D. lea15.
eletote. embrace the and includrpose the hanregin- HINTON Jday. between the o
and extendingbed territory; andri o f Spec- o'clock a P. and t o'clock p. dur
lal T ax School District Number One the legal hourI of sale.
pof Nassau county. Florida whuh at J. P. SURRENCT C
da.the present time four consecutitut we as. and In As Elisor. acting Instead of sheriff -

Ida. for four conasecutii'. weeks. as by "-u" CUANCER. I

statute in such case nMvdo and pro- (
vided: That said Special Tax School THE CORNWALL FARM LAND COMP- f
District Numbner One. Nassau enty. AMY. a corporation, C. mlal"atl I
Florida. be changed and extended so AvaCI
as to include all real and persona, pro- GEORGE W. DANIELS. et. aL. De-
pertty within the following community feodants.r
or sub-division of NasSau_ unityy Foreclosure of Mortgage &"d llnc. b
Florida, and boundaries andecrlb Fortosure f Mortgage ad ljm.e- 1
as follows, towit:
Section One (1). Forty-.two -R O P.....
(42). Forty-three (43). and Forty.four ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
(44). Township One (1) North. Range -
Twenty-eight (28) East; also Sections To: George W. Daniels and Kate 1, 1
One (1). Two (), Three (3) F.ur (4). Daniels. his wife. Residence Un-
Five (5). Six (6). Seven (7). E : (8), known.
Nine (9). Ten (10). Elevi: all). You are hereby notified and *u r-
Twelve (12). Thirteen (1). F' urteen ed to appear on the 3rd day Ajr_.A.
(14), Fifteen (15), Sixteen (1;). Sev- D. 1922. to the Bill of Coma
enteen (17.. Eighteen (15). ,'.een herein agalast you by The It9LL
419). Twenty (20). TwentY-i., (21). FARM LAND COMPANTY. ae----SS i
Twenty-two (22). and Twer.y-three in the Circuit Court. in it" las-.
423). Township Two (2) Nort' Range sau county, at Fernandlu. euidal '
Twent-eight (28) East; -lsa C.tions IT IS FURTHER ONRDIED AM D
Ten (10). Eleven (11). Tw. ,(e l2). DECREED that this NotiU be pub-
Thirteen (13). Fourteen (14 teen lished once a eek fora ltgt )m e-
(1), Seventeen (T17). Eight, i (1I). eessive weeks prior to tl retelurn
Nineteen ti9). Twenty (20). rPenty- day In the Nassau County asra "n
one (21), Twenty-two (22). ienty-. Fernandina News-Record, a
three (23). Twenty-four (24). wenty- r of general circulation, aNQ
five (25). Twenty-six (26)., enty- in Nassau county,. lorida.
seven (!7). Twenty-eight (2t Fwenty- WITNESS my hand as Clerk eo the
nine (29). Thirty (30). Thinrt ne (31). Ild Court, and the Seal of taMi C .
Township Three (3) Nort. Range at the Court House of iNasaa
Twenty-eight (2S) East* al, Sections in the C.ty of Pernaneae,
Six (6). Thirty-eight (3b). T :rt-nine this 16th day of January, A. D. 2S2.
(39). Township One (1) Nor :. angele (SEAL) Ge. B. Biaag
Twenty-nine (29) East. a-ls Sections; Clerk Circuit Court. Nassa Couty.
Six (6) and Thirty-one (11). Township i Porida. C i v .
Two (2) North. Rane T" enty-alani Baker & lBker.
(29)East:also Sections ven t. ). Eight Jacksonville. Florida.
East; also Sections Seve L Eight Solicitors for Complaisat.
(8), Nine (9). Ten ( ,10). .ven (11).
Twelve (12). Thirteen (13). Fourteen
(14). Fifteen (15). Sixteen (: Seven- I te CeOmty Jtdas Cemw n ai
teen (17). Eighteen (18). Nineteen (19). PFr a um CeeAr. piMa.
and Twenty (20). Township Three (3). -
North. Range Twenty-nine .,. East. In Re: Estate of VIrgila A. ldl, do-
Said community or ob-dl ,,.,on. or ceased
-aid proposed Special Tax S hool Die- .. entice Cel bhae .
trict. berig bounded as to.: ws: On Notice is hereby give to all wbho
the North by Cumberland .ound. OU'it may the East by Atlantic Ocear. on the of March. A. D. 192 I ahalml o to
South by Nasau Sound .on the West th* Honorable ,. tewmrt.k aty
hv Nassau and Amelia a .iJdge i n and for Nassau com .re
It Is therefore ordered that an ele e:IMd. as Judge of Probate. Ser fl al
ton be and the same is hereby call,discharge as Administrator efl aev
to be held ia and for said commualty tate of Virgia A. Beal *mMm asm
or sub-dlvilsion of Nassau county Ple **v the same time I will preset to aS
Ida. to deteranls whether said pe Court my final accounts a" vOUers
SSchooal Distrsict Number One shal as such Admamistrator, a asok twor

the Cir1t Court. Furt. Jh
.IcAtt.Ins i FoerNm
state 61 Meds-M
The Crnwall Farm Land Comany
portion. complainant. vs. U0o
Daniels, et aL. Defendants-Fo
sure of Mortgage, and Injuncti
T: **T; A. Scott and B. F. Scott
riduall .,Lnd as partners doing bu
as und', the firm name anF st
T. A lid B. F.* Scott, Folkst
EQUIRED to appear to the Bill
mpolaljlt filed herein against you
LNY. a .:,rporation. in the Circ
ur it el .,nd for Nassau county.
rnandii't Florida. on or before Mo
y. the *; I day of April. A. D. 19
The Na;, u County Leader and F
ndlna N-'V.-Record, a newspaper
neral c,*. elation, published in Na
6 counts Florida, is hereby design
ed as t.- newspaper in which t
dcr shia: .*" published once ea<
ek f<,r .,r (4) successive weeks.
WITNESS ,ny hand as Clerk of tl
id Cc.r' i A the seal of the sal
..u.t. ,t '.urt House In the Cil
Fernt,' Nassau county, Florid
is 2Sth i ... February. A. D. !9!2
(Seal. '. C. BURGESS.
Clerk ,'. .ai C'ourt. Nassau count
aker &5 j.."" ,.
cksonvJi. Fliorida.
licitors 1 1 Complainant. ..

tIe ;rt'uSt Court, Fourth Judiet
Circdit, in and P FrNassut Coenty.
F., i sJa-l Chancery.
Elizabett. ~an, by Mabel .*,
ead, hei ,' t friend, Complalna
& willla. L.-ng, Defendant-D

o: William C Long. City of Wash'ni
ton, District of Columbia:
You are liretby required to appeal
n the Thir-, *I.y of April, A. D. 192
the bill 4" complaint for divor
led herein against you by Ellsabel
an Long. .y i er -ext friend, Mab
oodbread. 11 -se* Circuit Court of Na
.u county, i..,rida.
The Nassau County Leader and Fe
Lndina News-Record Is hereby deslg
ated as the newspaper in which th
order shali be published once ean
*ek for four consecutive weeks.
WITNESi my hand as Clerk and ti
al of said Court, this the 27th day
Obruarv. A D 1922.
(Seal) G. C. BURGESS,
Clerk of tite Circuit Court. Nassl
)unty Florida
B. Stewart.
elicitor for Complainant. 3-

SCorw eof the CouMty Jadge. Sta
of Florida.
la re Estate of
ARY L BRICE. Deceased
Nassau County.
o all Creditors, Legatees. Distrib
tees and all Persons having Clais
or Demands against said Estate:
You. and each of you,. are hereby n
lied and required to present al
alms and demands which you.
other of you. may have against t
tato of Mary Bryce, deceased, la
SNassau county, Florida. to the u
designed H. L. Esell. as Admintstr
tr of said estate, within two yea
roM the date hereof.
Dated February 23rd, A. LD. i'-'.
As Ada~niatrator of estate of Ma
Bryce. deceased. Brycevillc. Pla.
ernaoy for Administrat.-r
ernaadina. Fla. 4-21-



Being Made to Raise Mn oy
DWUeW Datiag Frem Sa.
enteesth Century.

we love good tx l -a
S lateret in the archeaet eat
f' ae is awakealag -m
1i trying to pamrv a
table old peasant' dweltg at
E a lonely hamlet w d
Inr la the province of G-lin
Called Ie lua, dating ftm the
i te eth cmtury and the lat boU
'oe Saxon type. Los. a thi eMw
ri 'aet, W.m s open, by i
cated that the house amco l C
M only and .atie th an s
S OBaS between tha places r 6o e
it sleeping for men ad bh MS
and goats and chdMkein OU f
3 together with the *Min M m
It no ebeaneyplac.; the wOaM
i to a hole In the Soam whE
stone, and the smoktI &I s--
d an outlet as it pleag.
S peasants, man and wis, w-
al ft hm are bebte with ft fr
* n moden, yet most usutmfA
St of having a wi b1alt btm
h ble and the dwollnng room, aM
A chimney ai bulld4lag UOth
by all of which reanstl>em th0
w will be Iretrievably speed.
i managing coamitt a t-
,y IlueMum at Arnhbi e w
to get moaey tog10 e~ Is edrw
OWi the house and have It r --
t 'r museum park. It Is Mch *0
d that they will eet WU a
(ft sucess





Ste Csout Of Coaty Jdge, ita n
W NiMa COUNty. Flortd.
a Re: Estate of
Ltoa HallM, deceased.
T a. Md ack of you, are t ereby
otiflted and required to present v,*
ala and demands which you. Lr,
Iiat of you, may have against they
ate of Anton Hallig, deceaser itce
t Feranadina, Nassau county
a to to he uadersigned Admlnistrat:i.,
t mid estate, within One Year fr:on
Be da"e hereof.
Dated this 1th day of Fetr .ar
I. 19l2.
Administrt i,
70 West Church street. ur.ard.
orida. Ar .2z

Notice is hereby given Chai tih
board of Public Instruction of .'csau
county. Florida. In pursuance of A rc-
lutlon adopted by tte Board of Pub-
Me IlMttrUton of Nassau county. Flor-
da, said board. wi: ll 11 at ratee
ale $1.800.00 worth hearing
ime warrants jssuld against Special
'ax School Didrict NumnIer T% o of
asema county. Florida on the 19th
Lay of April, 1922. sai vxarrantr being
n the denominaticnr. : i.,,w' each.
nd bearing the rate f.- interes/ ., to
exceed S per cent p.r annum rn..,-r ng
welve months frori date of -as "e.
J. T. SWEARIIrEN rha'r ~rr .n
). T. WEAVER. ,, -r

NOTICE ati BlinD
The Board otf Co.-," Commia.,,,.s
of Nassau Count. l.a. will rec.ive
ids, same to be fllcd with G. C r-r
es. Clerk, Fernrir.hna. plai or
etore April 1st. I.. for laror a'd
material covering add:ti.nal win ,n d
enders for protection of dra%: w r ...e
cross what is known as K.nj1iev s
Creek or Amelia River. four Ti'es
rm Fernandina, per planss and i.L
icatlons on file at the office ..!G' G"
Burgess, Clerk. Fernar.ira. Fia
The Board o County ComnmrsIioners
reserves the right to reject an. or ail
lds. G. C BIP.GESS, Cleri,. 1I

All persons ha. ing claimzn at, .st
The Callahan State Bank, of C
Florida. are hereby notifiAed tha- *1
must file proof r such clair.' .h;
the Receiver Tl,,- Amerlca.i Tr>.,t
Company of Jacksonville, on '.r f re
the 14th day of Feoruary l1927 ,r all,
sach claims will te barred. unrl.- the
provisions of th -,-t of 1919 Cl .,ter
fr; of theo La f Florida. apr v.
ed June 7. 1921
Comptroller State of Florlc
March lltb. 19.. 5

NUetie of Opening and Closing:
of City Registration Book-
For Special Bond Election to
Be Held April 4, 1922.

Notice is iereby given that
for the registration of electors
for the Special Bond Election
to be held in the City of Fernan-
dina on April 4, 1922, the regis-
tration books of said city will
be open at my office in the City
Hall in said City bof Fernandina
anmmencing Thursday, March 2,
1922, and ending Friday, March
81, 1922, from 9a. m. to 12
noom, and from 2 p. m. to 5 p.
m., daily except Sundays.
Dated this 2nd day of March,'


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trial America Ssand.

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leemS obi
uelb fro
Ai. -a 4n

dit odI
of silver
, ed from
played ex
of using
I --jo

rorn erthleheo to is M48
st W'.'.w et war so iM
mother )f-peafI t ad Wf h
gains and strmg a WI Vf
mtaial. v r -"white I1 3M
ute. For makhincg lW -0
her or-nlenmtal objeeft 3 '-
tain. supplies o pere D i r
om the l'ersaa slu ftOm =
trom AustralUa. T h e*
and title metal are l r1st-
France. Hanod labor toe
ctluslvely in the bldMty, esad
as It Is very cheap, thie Ia
machinery B reTdd w

Firemen Poll Out a A.&
Many funny request toel a
phone of the neWSpapeS and t* t
phone "l.forunattm ," obt s raw.m
was spraa g recently iB Marbi,
when the phone rang at the Fa
street fire stattiu n d 6 ayOteIl
voice called for the depa.tnet to
come Immediately to Circle stet -a a
most peculiar &ad4a' utse ae d
been heard sll ght In one of

The iremat rudbed lato thelr
and behts itWO a TUe ofMtOM3
doing he the ootl"erINI be Una. u0
arrval no ips of ire could be
covered and the woM *. macb -
tated showed the men w ene o
noises cam. A ed with ames a
ptc td a % rtassser. t
picks d no00 MIssued and aft
stubborn ntwe mam ed to1 1i
a good stad rat in a drawer of U
dresser. The woman bwas 8tM
the keaeI-, who now feel team d
fAght peto bipeds oraY wa Ma
rests aM well as the 6 lm-
Salm Now&



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hopping Cags

Correct Society

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r Fs aar sama um a aRaa.J a a Ua a. A --....
C--- Ala w. CHURCH
J. N. Ford, A. B., T. T a Dr. Eugene Daniel, Minister.

Bible Scheo, 9:4-6. I & eI Sabboth School, 9:45 a. m.
classes and teachers for Public Worship, 11 a. m.
pupils. W. H. Shma, Evening service, 7:30 p. m.
tendent. Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m.
Morning Worship, 110 a WEDNESDAY.
Evening. W or.h*.p'a m Prayer-Service and Lecture,
Good musi and a coiaw 7:4 p. n m
come awaits all.
mB.. M P. U.. o ney,0 The seismograph is a wonder-

president, ful instrument. It records
Prayer Service We earthquakes that nobody would

Evening, 7:30. Conferame have known about otherwise.
lowing first Sunday.
W. MIL S., r J. J. od It is said that the people of
president, lnet m an drM Ulster spend 45,000,000 a year
Monday fodowlem fin t day, for whiskey. And yet some peo-
3:30 p. m. pie expect peace there.
Circles of W. M. S. eti ,
.M f a. The Ohio State Journal says
l^23.m--- P. --- them are no abdemens -i
"mtv3oy. heaven. And the Greenville

(: .1i.Wik s Csa emy Piedmont adds that they are not
"I SCsd-Fw callld that in heaven.
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Wmule Steel Smslth.
It idalhe that an electric am
mW' Itwi Wa Mh ta bM" IW
trial sw" tame In Sbolda I
lamd, olvem thm probmem o f
aeryW mtom .* cas t hm"
-r to mab a -t4ea tagot hB
foa wm ina V a posd Isia
= high*-ra*- steal mii*beM
by te electric fwe furmacea a '
cdary sccessfu sale O in bWn5
where powtr ean be obtstled *t t
astremey low cost. LabortMaty *
omematne tanated d that a hig
S el e-W be m4e by t*- ele-
trie proem fM terr material, ba
gr g il prpel m t tis es t mt et

mi4d" ooelmnbeWt nowi.

ami as@* bheMthe USM&sad cow

soP- seathe ISMin D -

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"Everyone who has used
Chamberiai's Cough Remedy
speaks weUl of it," writes Ed-
ward P. Mier, Abbottstown,
Pa., People who me use this
preparation are seoidm satisfied
with any other. It is excellent
to allay a cough or break a cold.


Corner Bro e and Sixth StW
Paul Kendae Pintor.
Directory of Swrvices
Sunday school, 10 a. i .
Divine worship, 11 a. m.
Evening serve, 7:30.
Epworth Leae, 7 p. in.
Monday Young Women's
Missionary Society, 4 p. n.
Tuesday-Woman' Mission-
ary Society, 3M-0 p. .
Junior League, S.90 p. an.
Wedaneday- Mid-week pray
er meeting, 7:30.
Good musd, Christian fellow-
ship-A Church Home.
An heartily invited.

Exceelkt Remedy for Cestipa-

It would be harto find a bet-
ter remedy for constipation
than Chamberlain's Tablets.
They are easy to take and mild
ad gentle i effect. Give them
a trial when you have need.

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Saiwaloww~o len i ci swweM~M Yow am" Fieldrd sck. our
me rawe um wa a"*fto ammeba"m. we "',tyall
Vaefe 41 aftftg a- tM gem p, b"harelvee stenicld and
to b Mem-d t U eft od a 4111162% ad "Jr y7n.o 0' Cl.
to bou'geOw WNW a& wwwuwto advantage-
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Friday, Mar 24, 1922

.5'rin tiny

2Iuaiof A' / Desriptions


We Hawe thequpet to Handle Your Business

Nassau County Leader




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4008~h Professor Decl~ift Tbey Amu
In Factrjt. EtfvflelY 24 IN
(Iapa POiW.



A Joke that bhionus each January:
and July In tile funny papers is the
lse3d dislpOitlon of women I sale
ibai. A guod deal of it, Of COure. i
nM Jat Joke. and nothing else. but there
i a certain layer of untie at the!
ts of it. ne ver does actually!
M shoppers hitting each other with!
umbrellas or stamping us the amist-
as, though on the opening day ot
th sales tir-ently there were. women
with Arm fingers jerking blouses away
ft- limp, tentative finers and el-
bowlng through crowds in a manMer
eat even a conductor would regret
to ee in a street ear. Rich slk pet-
tUsats spilled off the counters on the
detly floor, and women tramped over
ti Just am though they were clumps
4f buttere'ups. Little frail bits of
agerie were lugged at the setaman in
a way that was simply asking for
WaaNe; flimsy blouses were tosed
lte crumpled heeps. It eemed .scare-1
ly possible that any of the goods d
piped could survive the tumult and'
battle of this. the first day.-Manchew!
tr Guardian Weekly.

-- -Srcastle.-
T. first step in learning whether
year child to properly nourished, we
reds is to "Weigh the child n kilo-
gramn The kilograms are very light,
we understand, but If absolute ae-
eMacy, Is required, you ma:y weigh
te child In them first, and then later
Uake 'ema off and weigh 'ma separately.
OC second thought, we advise the sep-
mate weight in all cases. espeelally
were the kilograms are winter
heading further, you maltlily the
result by ten, and then "divide the
ewit by the child's sitting height In
-l-meters"-Just everyday ,e-ntime.
two will do-"and take the cube root
e the result, and you will thae a fig.
w- that will tell you whether you,
chld is properly nourished" Most
my architect or engineer in the tele.
pheae book will be glad to ,call and
Sad the cube root for on --Kansas
Cty Star.

Telophonse Aid Forest Rangera. ,
The rangers who police our national
rests now are using portable teles
pboaes as a result of special poe, et.
tines and adaptations of this thnluod'
of communication to timber country
Mach ranger carries a pirable tele
hba0e as part of his equipment. Wire
aervlce is maintalaed between the
hequarters camp, deld pouts an
lookout station.
Instead of the overhead telr,ih)on
Ians, the forest telephone w lri, ians'
lootely from trees 10 to 12 feet above
the pud so that In case a tree falls I
m the line it merely wil: iake up
sm of the slack and not break the,
wIe.-Atlantlc City (N. J.) gazettee.

Sheet Cable Over River.
telephone and prea co,:n unicatlon
wti i Pertland amd points *s far north
as MeUtanm, cut off recetady by the
.osflowing of the Santlam rrter. h ,
eagCal Oregon, was restored by shoot-
US acres the river a weight to walebl
waa attached a lilht wire.
,A projectile gun was uqed. accord
US to the Paciaic Telephone and Tel@
aph company. After ten attempt.
dt wire was landed across a *-blqfoot
dip aad an emergency 'able pulleel

Too Much Cut Out. .
"Tow showm can play in Plunkvlk
If y eut gt the obj.eetibph:e feat

"Welt pay me."
"'NsaSUse. Toa can e-tiinue to
hdrge S per seat."
Net for a eitem-tml te hiow.'-
Lslle Coeurir-JouEalt.
Radiaum MI SaDll.
A rich btd of radlus h;a.. len re
Ind l the state of Mi-:ic (, erse'


Defnl, *," -: s' as the capad-
t to a,. st or "' !rapidly to the
Iaedliat'- cdrn :.' Prof. T. IH.
ei, U'n .-r-.. lt Manhester, said
at the E'*i'"1::r. 1-U: -4clatlo's annual
bpren<'"-- it I r-ity college, that
'a genius i- :,t" anything but
t, and hi '' t himself
fem the me.l' -' It man, who live"
up to the ex'': m, h*1ands, by refus-
lag to ac..ept ti. -'natndig, by set-
Iti alout t'*ll' '. ad et allowing
thlI to ..t ht .,- "11.n-
1 believe til: -. gea" s me might
a*t a<-hieve0 the r;uuot ranks la a
aen ima rl:r. .'' ts especially In
0t rewjtiur 't' -,dationt of6prob-
Iem. A genilas :..-'. .see" any enm.-
plax problem hit :-Ie Ilght as an
ltaiary per-....' a" a mental rtes
,l1 appear i, '., ',wplld.
",Some trilhlrt sCientists would
Iaie wttfuily tkl! i '"piltal orderlies.
distdct visitor- or uiamager of a
haInehold. Th*" reas-.o is not that they
Cannot attune tbvieelves to the stuna
Proafesor Petr divided people Into
two classe.. tte extrovit and the
lotverts. The extr,,vet won the
V. C. The fir-' *las- airplane fighter
is a specimen of the healthy e~tyYet,
ut the mathematician who cal'lates
dt plane's s'ai.lilty is an equally
althy introvrt. -London Daily MalL


~lsh Journal'* Lament Shows That
Women Are Women Though the
Ocean May Divide.

"Shees at a Wedding-
The custom f ithrowln ot r ormore
old slaoeo after the bride or groesa
either when they go to church to be
married or bhen they start on their
wedding journey is so old the memory
of maln tret.t- toot ba ck to Its be-
ianlmng. Smiene thlak It YrpremUsts an
assblht and Is a llngerlg trace of
the custom aou savage nations of
carrying away the bride, by viklec;
others think thief it is a relic of the
Saejapt law of exchange or purchase.
and that ii formerly impied the sur-
render by tlhe parents of all dOslaalo
,or authority over their daughter. It
lias reference to a Jewish custom
mentioned in the itbile. Thus In Dee-
teronomy we read that when the broth-
er of a lead man refused to marry his
widow vhe asserted her ludepei ene
of him by lookingng his shoe.' It was
also the eit-atom c-the middle as
to pia le t e husbaaelid'I sl.oe mn the
esad of ihe iouptial eout'l, in token of
his doainatlut.

Best Radiator Paint.
Large radiators Ia roosa of the
home do ot present a very. attractive
appearance unless they are properly
decorated. For this purpose a palt
should be used which will habrese
with the wall colorings. and ooe of
the best paints obtainable for this per-
pow l* the ordinary sMaltary. tfat wall
paint that is used upon walls. It has
been found that these paints dry with
a flat surface lia ing a high heat tra
mimsloi fati.r Fr.w Heating edecy
as well ;as for decktoratin. these paints
are therefore lie recommended.

Reasonable Stament-
The -creat,,i ofr strapge new bItyI
has a right lo demand so each 1at-
tentlem) from anybody who alM r-
takes to prounurte judgment Is It
too mhc to s"k: I don't Imagine, for
example, that m% ,own flair for strange
new beauty Is ->peial and eit'ordl-
Maoy. a thion that coul{l not be culti-
rated by any lover of old familiar
beauty who hone sly de to Clti-
vate It. For beauty i swiea. eMenal
and MO. re ot izatle fIr a dtlf-
foreea m f form.-Bal.tiam- am'i-

Makes His Coats Last.
Frank S. Stone of Westboro. Mas*
ays the Boston lobe, has worn the
aome overcoat for .33 winters, ad lihe
any it. Is good bMr ten more. For bit.
ter cold he has a heavier c t whkch
has been inu ervir for only :W) years

OM N'mMW Aw Tt
Exaule St by Newark Publie
LsarythM-i We he COped by

Were you ever n the top of like's
Ipeak? It Is about 14A0N feet mi, in the
air. and wne people, ta spite .r me-
(orS and i.g raWrM t. Miad the U asen
finrulit. The plateau uOn which the
T'il-tans livet Is ter tinWes as big
as Engliand-in all of It as high or
higher than Pike's peak. and tw nUn--u
taiis anrund slope up to nearly
.. t feet. Kiplinag. In -KIM." spoke
,.f it a.s being like a swalhw mnet
under the eavft of the rWmf of the
worll '"KIm threw his s after his
e.e a'.ross ta e deep blee gulgfs."
It i still mysterousland I. and
until a few years ago almost an un-
kno..n ,.ne. The Newark (N. J.) pub-
lie lilbr:try has iwt held an exhibit of
all -"*,i of things Tibetan-things
brougii tti ether through the happy
.*onjilncil'in *of a missl mary of un-
usual experlieces and the lunseum
staff- -and this exhibit is susple,-mest-
we with pwamphlets aMnd ictnred tend
ing to, make it more underMantdadle
and titeerSting. Th is a ypiual ex-
4aiil.r ,If the work of the Newark
lilrar\ under its unusual chief. John
nut'on lana. says LeslUe's. A few
years akgo there wa. a alnallar exhibit
of C'olomblan thtngs-Woloma being
another interesting and iMW' liesble,
L Director Dana believes that a II-
brary should "sell" Itself to busiaem
Imen and hot restrict its activides to
.voung lWdy readers of action, 'l-h-
dren tand 4mUeeupIed old gentlemen.
It 4-hoild be a real t44ftructlve force
in t l,- everyday life of the conimu-

Found Care For Imdigfatiom

"1 use Chamberlain's Stomach |
,t Liver Tablets for indiges-
1ti' and find they suit my 4as
'ter 'than any dyspepsia rem-
I have ever tried and I have
!i many different medicines.
!'s nearly fifty one years of
t' and have sufft'red :! great
,01 froni indigestion. 1 can
; most :-nythinii I wait to.
.' writes George W. hImery.
Wi Mills. Ala. These tablets
:raill n pepsilln but strength-
hlie stomach andt enable' it to
-.-st the food naturally..

D inOy Wvld y Had Trubles of Hie
Own WH That Pomsum' His
Partner Shook Dow..

TWeO i rues, Salvation Jones and
it Ahg pa Johnson. living near thl
Dinl swamp went 'possum hunting
me dark Right. A warm trail WA.
struck, and the dogs soon "tree. I.
Salvatloe, being the better o-limber.
v lalrd to go up and shake down
fa *ponum. whereupon King Agrilppi
amda reudy .to watchh it in the .sack
they took along fur that purpose.
Instead of an opossum. the dogP
had treed a wildcat. As Salvatloo
ma-e his way to the topmost braneblit
the animal m treated still fart tier out
W th overhanging llmbs. and emit-
tid aa angry snarl.
"-au? How's dat?" ex-lalnoed Sal
vats. "Never heard no "Ptssum tat
I& 4t before
go on, Sulvation. Yo' ain't heer
Obth' but de dogs. Shake him loose
rlb waltln'." urged King Agrippa.
CUmtog a little farther out. Sva
tsa gave the limb a mighty shake
6sl ged the wildcat. Suddenly
caMe of yells, howls. screeches ai
Man words broke loose from below.
"Bay. dar. King Agrippa" anxlousl
caUed down Salvirlon. *Yo' want a
t .ome down an' help yo' hol' hilmr
"'Nw. sub." yelled Agrippa. "At
WaM yo' tuh come down an' help
R tl' he m !"--J udge.

bslBh Goientiat Tells of Creater
WMoh H. Thinks May Have
smn Giant Python.
-P. O. Cornell. Fellow of the toy
hiegraphical soieiety, who recently r
tiraed to Englaltd after spendln
tmwe yars In practically mknow
part of South Africa, Is author of
stoey about an unknown monster th
ad bew seen near the Gret falls
t Orange river. It has a hup hea
aw a ock ten feet long like a ben<
league. It seizes the native 'atdet
Sthem a uder water. The nattv
iMt S "Kyman." or the Great Thn
Let May Mr, Cornell. aeeompani
by two white compablons. W.
Berm and N. B. Way of Capeto
and three Hotteatots, went to
jaMto. ef the Oub and Orange
-to see the monster If poslbl
Be writes: :At tie cries of the
wna I saw something black, hb
ad leoos swimming rapidly
It e rent In the swirling rap
The mister kpt itts enormous b
mir water, but the neck was plain
yle The monster may have he
a vTy 4g3nate python, but It It ,
It w of an Incredible size. This r
tBe ay have lived for hundreds
Pythons approaching It In ad
oav hoen s-id to have lived

Last Peling of Satisfaction.
PSatsi talr Chance told the Kl
Wa eldb last week how he tool
aa emadmatlo to get his first pro
agasta ia government .ervice.
U -nt I 11.O







day h happened to look Into a room
and saw about thirty people bending
over taMela
"What are they d Ang?" be asked.
They are Making an examination
for. proeotio" he was told. "Don't
you want to tryr"
I they were trying to play a Jok
o M0. Chance of Tnools he called
t-hr bif.
13 wet I took the examination
ad laNer was told that he was the r
ly me promoted.
I tell you, I felt prettyy prove de-
dared Postmaster- hance. recalling
the tms "untill the. told me that the
etlOMa had taken th, examination for
proa@ti to $1S.IAh and that I had:
beef thae oly- one tu take the ecar-:
ltelns for promotion to $1.060."-
Waostos 8Star.

Eddie Knewl
Eddie t a high school fretsil. He
1i .sa1mIaseic over sports. and, with
Hib Mther, has witnessed practeally
all- the wrestling matches held re-
e taW ladisapoulis. His teacher
ad ugd the pupils to attend at,
ligat m of the Shakespearean play I
sehase i at a local theater, sad,
fM atked whether any of the BH

pUi ft over seen Robert MantelL
"T*q," put In Eddte without a me.
mft beelitatlo'i as he recalled tih
a ato Al Mastell a noted wrestler
Ssaw him wres'le Jack Reyaolds"
The ally was iood for a big la g
at IM pepoe.-l.lianapolis New.L

S"ag But Rewarded.
Vatt-s of a Lt(ix Island telephone
a etoplalnted ti a buzzing on the
wires and a troul e hunter was seat
out to late ttp difficulty. He lo-
c@gaa t and he lid something else,
fe he. atld th:,: a swarm of ba
haM made a hlv, in the connectmis
boa es a teleph,'. ipole. The trouble
Waal'r wera fur hours and fall i
imea The bees ,h a Afre etigu
oK. H was batd'- ,tung. bnt he was r
emWrded by ten pounds of hobaey
eIns in the co: i section box.

Tae City Directory's Plase.
How the telepLip,. took Is disple.-
Ing the director .- itlutrat~ed by conm-
alat 3 a Broek:%:. lch has o city
Ida ry now, thia: it is hard to lnd
theb aMdOs of I- r-ons Mvilg there
aNtN they hav- :, inlephone OfQ
ca- everybo1., of cosewqueoce
a0t to have Teh phone service saow
bet al ot tinse I.. cant -are of coe-
fassmae to themn'-I.i and w: at,

For ora seventy yeaws
this purely ve-eable
oreparat on Ias bee
faod beneficial by tom-
sands of pesoms ikr-
ing kom effectsolator-
pidiKalow-actiag Eoer.'

td esbmey, paisne
back. pihsleepk er*s,
eyes--y w S d thesd
symptloHi oMen ciate
tha sm b SO mfluung
the mallet w yor
hver. You ecot be too
carei abt W ke medi-
cine yomle. Be sure
that fte m.. **bed-
ford's B3hck-Dxn I," Is
on Ute pathLe. At A

ariau.%ink berni
md L~uug mer
-be rissimem mdoh
Food %*&- a

--C buds mi bm

wmee*Nm in admul
00*Jwbed. MCA1

73w waU~s mom f
Juip hae Used ohm
is wooded. Fahoast*
Sprims Cli. Ddidm
roan sn-OU

Save your back!

put & Columbia "H-ot Shot"
%jpeamBatery under thdfou
waof yorFold,a= w uitscw-
rwu for w* Wo vik wl
iqs Full idS power ~UiglpY
04eaaidlofs ciwather. The C.0l-
uibi. "Ist Shot" No. 146z1fit
da fie s6ont sam-putit dw

CoI,"flbi-Dry BatisriesIfor 21
uripos e tm olby ctia

haidwafe algenems1 isssresad

Smn,,i;t. It should be borne in
mind ihat pneumonia is a germ
dist.sev and breeds in the throat.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
an expectorant an cleas out
the lerm ladened mucus and
IlnuL only cures a cold but pre-
vents its resulting in pneu-
monia. It is pleasant to take.
Children take it willingly.

Let us do your printing.

.Amworisam Awn

The Pneumonia Month

March is a typical pneumonia
month and usually gives a high
rate of mortality for the disease.
After a long and 'hard winter.
the system loses much of its
resistance and people grow care-
less. When every cold, no mat-
ter how slight, is given prompt
and intelligent attention, there
is much less danger of pneu-

Op.Aw OA eaY r Reencvd .7t~os t &Aw X.Rea

Vhe Xeystone Jotel

ALBERT 1). SIMON, Manager
-..rmacmi, a.

All Meals 75 Cents



Make Your Reservations for Sunday
Dinners in Advance



Aod 1 -be ,qb% c',t ficr-
case, the lhmmlsp 'a'Jind the
higheft Mree.value 41~f it iv M040f
car er built.


F. 0. B. Detroit

Salesmen! Earn More

Thousands of salsmn now using Ford Runabout? have in-
creased their earning capacity up to 35%-and more. A point
well worth your serious mon at The ntir pens--i-
cluding operation and maintenance rarely exceeds rairoadfarcs.
Let us prove how a Ford Runabout will help you earn more
money. Terms if desired.


-MA. -AL M W&a MO CL A

11 Mkam~huimmma noiors mm m RNAA.U5 NA.r m"

ialty. and not a mere collection at
Iooksi and a louaiag place. The New-
ark library is pretty well kaiow
;amipng lIbr-iaus about ithe country.
hut lte .orl of work It doel is ot
imititme -tse generally aIs It might
wlll. be.

Myriads of Fish Helpless When D(v.
ing OWl Descended Into the
Depths of the Sea.

At Ioter, Enxlannd. therf has bem
oanstrueted a -erie of Immese
breakwatmrs In Irder tou Increase the
.size of the harbor. In the work a big
diving bell was employed. Whete this
machine was de@-eudIn on sme or-
'-asOu the InteI sented ar',.uiAlt its
sldest aw In the glare of th- elet-tric
light a strange s.-hlt.
Thbe %%ter beneath ltetu ddetnly
iecasne alive tii thousands of rti-
very ish, which larted hitwher and
thither In their effort* to es-alpe the
tneipecte4- captivity. Some succeeded
ill diving under thea edges of the bell.
lint as t deerended nearer and nearer
the btno. the few lcheS h g._ water
remaauinu became thick wt th e aMb.
Whe the bell rested on the bed *r
the sea the ae -aptued nearly a
tho-ua of the sprats. The Ga were
probably sittacted 'by the electric
light that Is uefl in such a Well.




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Reserve teMtrtt Mo. .

Report ot CoandiUoa of
The First National Bank
At Pernundina. In the State of Iredda, at the C..m
.*f Business on March 10. 1922.
Loans and Discounts, including
redascouats (except those
Shown In b and c 22,41L.4
Overdrafts unsecured 19.31
U. S. Government Securities owned:
Deposited to secure cireala-
lon (U. U Sbonds. par value4.104
All otherUnited States Gov-
eraSment ecurities ................ 94,L9
To tal 1 L
Other boads, tock. e tles, etc 191.27 .29
Banking Ho M.U raltureea"
Ral state w o their than kiran Do MAs
Lawful were with Feral eserve
Bank 34.41.98
Items with Pederal Reserve Bank In pro
cess of colleeties (not available as
reserve) ..... ..... S.00
Cash la vault and amount due from Na-
tional Banks 77.0t.67
Amount due from State beaks, beakers
and trust e mlle la the Uated
States (other included la Items
S. 9 or 10) 4.49.92
Total of Items .. .0 .I. 12
and 13 ................ .. ... 81. ES
Checks o beaks located outside of city or
town of reporting bank and other
cask Items ... 68
Redemption tund with U. S Treasurer and
due trom U. S. Treasurer ........ ...- .
Total ..........'............................................. tU .M
Capital stock paid la ........1
n='vlded profits $37.486.79
Reserved f o r
interest and
taxes arcrued 4,.0.0e
........ 41.48.76
Less current exapeses.
interest. and taxes ipad ...... 7.39e.49 4O.
Circulation aote outrtandtmn Iwft
Amount due to State baaks. backers aad
trust companies In the United State.
and foreign countries (other than In-
eluded la Items 21 and 22 7919l.4
Certfuned checks outetaadlag 71S.
Cashier's cheeks on own banks outstand-
lag .. .... 4.447.79
Total of Itebs .11 22. 23. 24
and 26 ......... $ 13.142.22
Demand Depolits:
Indvldviua Deposts subject to check ..........21 i.7l.
State. county or other mealcial deposits
secured by pledge of asset of this
Divideand unpald MW
Total of demand deposits, $299..645
Other time de&posts- ....... I--a
Postal savings deposits .... 169.l1
Total of tim depoalts Subjectto Rte-
serve ........14,4. 44
ranlted States deposit ...... 14-71
Total ............................ .40
State of *Iorida, County of s:
1. C. g Bianicker. Cashier of the above-named
bank. do solemnly swear that the above sat teet is
true to the bet of my know c an belief.
(Seal) C. S IICKER. Casher.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1th day
of March, 1922.
(SEAL W) W. walINKw Notary Public.


J. D. Ogivie spent
at Callahan.


Buy your Winter Coat now
and save money at Mualrkey's.
J. T. Swearingen and family
spent Sunday in Jacksonville.
Every Friday, Fresh Vegeta-
bles and Country Eggs. United
Fruit & Cigar Store. Phone 260.
E. S. DuBoe and.W. IL Sei-
bert went to Jacksonville Wed-

Portina Cigars at the
Fruit & Cigar Store.


H. Jones, of Calahan,
was a business visitor to the
county seat on Saturday.

United Fruit &
Phone 260.

cigar at the
Cigar Stor

Miss Carrie Davis and moth-
er, and Mr. Anderson motored
to St. Augustine on Sunday.
Japanese Grass Rugs, 6x9 ft.
at $S.96each. Larger sizes also
priced very low at Mularkey's.

Mr. Frank C. Balls,
sonville, spent Sunday
the guest of friends.


Chlre, Fresh Country
Eggs,and Vegetables always On
hand. Prompt delivery. Ca&
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent St. John
announce the arrival of a dagh-
ter, born to them on Tuesday,
March 22nd.
FOR RENT Desirable a-
partImnt, private bath. No.
614 Beech and Seventh streets.
Mrs. EL Gray, of Columbus,
Ga. ,s the guest of her nephew,
Capt. Tyler Miller, sad wife.

Mr. J. H. McMurray, a
spending the winter at the K
stone Hotel, left on Tuesday
his home at Fort Mill, S. C.

We have another lot of
dow Shades, White, Yebm a
dark Green at 50c each at M
0. 0. Mickler, of Tausham
who has been at Casahan
several days, spent Mosday
Fernandina on business.
Miss Waterman Fomn
Pens, Gold and Slver, tri
and plain, also the Watem
Inks at Suhrer's.
Mrs. Rachel Jones, of C
han, visited her son, H. A. Jo
and family, several days
Bee brand, Congress, Bi
land other playing cards.
ore cards in new dalgsm
received at Suhrer's.
Mr. and Mrs. K L Joae
Camahan, spent Monday
Tuesday in Fer'andIas,
guests of C. PrewNtt and fa

Send your dyemg and
ng to Rqner& Jem,11]
St. JacksmMvfl, Pl. We
pay parcel postage a rm
Mr. and Mr. C. Pewlit
little daughter, Vesta, spm
week-end at CaDnhma with
Jones and family.
Chickes, Frhb Coa
Eggs, and Vegetables always
band. Pm deliVry.
ferale Fruit Store. Phone
0. W. Barnes, Mrs. L
ayes and little daughter, "
Mrs. Wilam Baresm and I
Fife motored to St. Awn
WANTED -Sasmua.
and commission to s ga


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King's Cash Grocery

Quadty Gesds fer Partier Poese
We Only Handle the Best
Comer Ceater and 4th

If you are feelingrbadly, put
ar troubles away by taking
mlac. Sold here by J. L.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Klotz
Children, accompanied by
. and Mrs. Walter J. Courter
d son, motored to Jacksonville
Sunday and spent the day.

rTanlac is well advertised, but
vertiaing alone could not have
0duced Taniec's popularity.
had to have merit. For sale
J. L. Horsey.

Chickens, Fresh Country
MS, and Vegetables always on
Ld. Prompt delivery. Can-
rnia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
J. J. N. (Nute) Conner, the
erchant-prince of Callahan
id illiard, was a hUniness visi-
r to the county seat on Wed-
Is your liver out of order?
o u suffer from biliousness,
mdaebs, constipatione? If so,
lace is what you need. For
le b J. L Horney.
0. T. Weaver, of Callahan,
county superintendent of pub-
stouction, spent several days
ere this week on official busi-

Subscriptions taken for Me
l's Magazine, SLOO a year
few patterns received daily at'
LOST-Rambler tank cap and
rank. Crank was lost between
linth street and the beach.a
Return same to Capt. Tyler Mil-,
er, city.
Mrs. Jennie Hughes and
laughter and son, Miss Mary
md Clayton, spent Sunday in
acksonville, having been sum--
moned there to attend the funer-
d of the former's sister-in-law.
Chickejs, Fresh Country
Eags, and Vegetables always on
band. Prompt delivery. Call-
fornia Fruit Store. Phone 111.
We will have a nice variety
of ferns and coueus for sale at
the Island City Market on Sat.
urday, March 25th, starting at
The many friends of Dr. J. L.
Horney will be delighted to hear
that he is Improving after a re-
cent operation in the Union
Memorial Hospital at Baltimore,

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Messrs. Jack Armstrong, Mal-
cohn Griffin and Glyadon Wasn
returned Saturday from West
Palm Beach, where they attend-
ed the American Legion Con-
vention as delegates from Theo-
dore Hernmnde- Post No. 54.
The Leader has a supply of
desk blotters, size 19x24, that
can be had at a very reaMoMe
price. It's worth while to in.

The many friends of Mr. and
Mis. Frank C. Davis will be
pleased to hear of the arrival of
a son, born on March 20th at
Riverside hospital, Jacksonville.
The little fellow has not yet been
You will look prosperous if
yo willcall and invest in one of
ouw New Style Straw Hats for
Easter. Good time to order that
new Suit to complete your out-
fit and ave money at Mu-
FOR SALE-60-b. capacity
Inner-hal refrigerator used
but very little. Very cheap.
Apply at this office.
We sell the Everfast Suitings,
absolutely guaranteed by the
manufacturers to hold the color,
in all the leading shades. 45c
yd. at Mularkey's.

Mrs. Fred Barr and daughter,
Miss Thelma Barr, of Galveston,
Texas, arrived Monday and will
be here for an indefinite visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Karer.
Dr. and Mrs. Brown, of New
York City, are the guests of
Colonel and Mrs. N. B. Borden
at their home, "Villa Las
Bleached Table Damask, 60
inches wide, as a help to thrifty
housekeepers to reduce expmn-
ses. Now offered at 49 yd. at

Capt. T. B. Lasserre arrived
in port Monday aboard his tog
boat "Tartar" from New York
and entertained a few of his
friends with a river trip Tues-
day. Among those enjoying the
trip were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Klaier, Mrs. Fred Barr, Mrs.
Louis Goldsten, Mrs. Seae,
Mr. Lohman, Mr. and Mrs. .
IL Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Klot., Miss Thehlm Barr and
Miss Nan Jeffreys.

Live agents wanted to handle.
city trade for the genuine J. L
Watkins Pixducts. Write quick
for free sample and pairtiura
The J. R. Watkins Co., DepL. 74.
Memphis. Tenm. 244

Your Eversharp Pencil is -
waiting your call at Surer'. Col. and Mrs. N. B. Borden
Also soft, medium and hard delightfully entertained at Ger-
leads 15c box. Indelible leads'bing's on Friday evening the at-
e. fliers of the Italian steamship
Duchessa d' Aosts with an oys-
Senator James E. Calkins ter roast. After the roast te
Wpent Friday and Saturday at party met at the Borden hone
Calahan in the interest of his where dancing was enjoyed on-
caadidaey for the State senate. til a late hour. Among those
He left Calahan Saturday after- enjoying CoL and Mrs. Border's
noon for Tallahassee, where he hospitality were: Judge and
was called on business. M Hinton J. Baker, Mrs. B.
S- B. T Miss RyanWMr. Sott
FOUND-Automobile enk. Ti*o, Miss Hoey and
Owner may have same by ca many others.
Ana Ah AtI.1 -o

mg tur Oimce and payiar far
this advertisement. You very naturay deire to
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House Garnae, JacksonvIlle, 5
p.m. Will call at Old Town by
reservation only, 25 cents extra.
Phone, Fe'.andida, 65; Jack-
sonville, 7458. Sunday sche-
dule by reservation only. Leave
Fernandina 9:30 a. m.; leave
Jacksonville, 9 p. nL, same
places as week days.

In future we cma't guirante
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BLUE. On one side the t:lue Grass Aristocrats, led by a
man who was all that wras best in their chivalry
Against them the fierce fighting folk of the mountains.
led by a brave young giant who flamed with pride in his
people. The Victry--Come and see. Taken from the
famous novel by John Pox, Jr. The scenes were actually
photographed in the momntains of Kentucky, and if you
like good pictures, don't miss this one. 10 and 25c.
"WHAT'S WORTH WHILE," a Plrmount pic.
ture. A drama of American life, the scenes being laid
in the East and on the oil fields of the West. Photoplay
with a moral. It is a story that will appeal to you, be-
cause it is about YOU. Don't Miss It. Added, Interns-
tional News. 10 and2c.
IN "THE CHARM SCHOOL," supported by an all-
star cast including Lila Lee. Suppose you inherited from
your aunt a girl's school with fifty beautiful young la-
dies as pupils. What would you do with the school? Wal-
ly Reid turns it into a "Charm School." A laugh all the
way through. Also Educational Feature, "Wooly Bits
and Monkey Hits." Scene* of the highlands of Peru.
o10 and 25c.
"THE BLOT," produced by Lois Weber, who also
produced such wonderful pictures as "Hypocrites,"
"Shoes," etc. A human heart story bigger than Humor-
esque. A picture advertised by the honest, unashamed
tears of millions of people. One of the most talked of
pictures of the season. A story that will open the door
to your conscience. What is the greatest blot or stain
on our American life today? See this wonderful picture
for the answer. Also, comedy, "Oh Brother. 15 and 35c.
SESSION." All her life she had had nothing. Now, her
chance had come and she fought to make her family mot-
to come true. Fought like a tigress for home and happi-
ness. Beauty, love, luxury and a trail of romance biasing
half way around the world. Added, comedy, "Eat and
Be Happy." 10 and 25c.
Chapter Number Three of "THE MIbTKrISS OF
. THE WORLD." A large and enthusiastic audience view-
ed the first chapter of this thrilling picture, and all who
saw the opening agreed that it was the most gigantic pro-
duction they had ever seen. Don't Miss a Single Chap-
ter; it gets more interesting in every one. This chapter
is entitled, "CITY OF GOLD." Also, MUTT AND JEFF
in their latest comedy, "BESIDE HER CIDER." Matinee
at 3:30 for thedaildrm.
1st Show 7:30; 2nd Show 9:00


CanahanI Mar. 23.-Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Ogilve. of Fernandinai
were the week-end guests of
Their daughter, Mrs. Meade Hig-


the day, giving excellent ad-
dresses both morning and even
The ItPdeliffe Chautauqua
held the last of a series of enter-
tainments on Tuesday evening.
The affair was liberally-patron-
ized and enjoyed to the fullest
extent. So much so that a guar-
antee was given and invitation
extended for a chauttuqu* en
tertainment the ensuing year.

W. A. Ogilvie, Jr. and Mrs.
Sam Berry. of G*een Cove'
Springs, spent Sunday withI
their mother, Mrs. W. A. Ogilvie.
Misses Myrtle and Junita All-
britton, of Jacksonville, spent
Sunday with their aunt, Mrs.
Chrissie Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cushing
returned on Sunday from a
pleasant visit at Folkston, Ga.
,.ith their daughter, Mrs. Wiley
Miss Katheryn Page, of Wi-
notte, was the guest of her fath-
er. J. G. Page, last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Conper
spent Sunday at Jacksonville.
0. 0. Mickler, of Tallahasee,
was recently a visitor here, re-
turning to his home on Tuesday.
Messrs. Noble and F. D. Cush-
ing, of Jacksonville, are the
guests of their sister. Mrs. J. A.
Hugh Dixon, a student of the
F. M. A., Magnolia Springs,
spent the week-end here with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Lassiter and Mr.
and Mrs. Crum spent Sunday at
W. P. Meares, a former resi-
dent of Callahan. was a recent
visitor in town.
Misses Madge and Marguerite
Johnston, of Jacksonville. were
the week-end guests of their
father, W. A. Johnston. and
Mrs. J. R. Braddock is recwv-
ering from a recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Cricket Prewttt
and daughter, Vesta, of Ferni-
dina, were the week-end guess
of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jones asd
little daughter are spending- a
few days at Bunnell with the
former's parents, Mr. and Ms.
J. L Jones. /
A union meeting w-s held in
the chautauqua tent Cn Sunday.
Dr. Swift was the speaker of

Mrs. S. Carrio entertained in-
formally with a delightful five
course dinner at her home on
South Ninth street on Wednes-
day evening in celebration of her
seventy-sixth birthday anniver-
sary. Those enjoying the hospi-
tality of Mrs. Carrio were: The
Misses Carrio, Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. Hcpkins and Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Klotz.


"Say Fellows"

-We'Hl have the

I wish to thank my friends
for the kindnesses and sympa-
thy during the illness and death
of my beloved wife. I also em.
tend thanks for the beautiful
floral offerings.
Miami, March 16.-Married
men are better moral risks than
single men by the ratio of six to
one, declared F. N. Withey, vice-
president of the American Sure-
ty Company, who addressed the
Kiwanis Club at ito weekly
luncheon at the Y. M. C. A. to-
He also said that most of
those who embezzle money of
others are young men under
thirty years of age. These em-
bezzlements are for compara-
tively small amounts, he said.
The middleaged man, however,
when he goes wrong,- takes,
everything in sight. |
The fat man is a good risk, as
is also the "crank" or "nut."
Women are much better risks.
than are men, and when they
take money it is unusually small
amounts. Surety companies
will not bond oil producers or
their employees nor race track
operators or theatre employees.

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