Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: September 28, 1923
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: VID00035
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
alephbibnum - 002001190
lccn - sn 95026700
lccn - sn 95026700
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IIl(;1 SCHOOL, THAN IN! An interesting event and one,
PREVIOUl' YEARISPROS- in which much cordial interest
centerss, w'as the marriage of
PlCTS !IIIIIT FOR ;OOD Miss Marie j. Whitiey. ( daugh-
S',SSION. ler of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whit- '
inelv. lto Mr. MAilarilin I) udlh-

iii e: no-i iiniri. Supt 2-1th,
iho- i'erlIiai(Iiia 1High 'School 03)-
V e. d%%thi a large enrollment.
T1i'v op~e i i i ig, exerci~ses Aere
ht-n -~ tit i o oc lock. Quite a'

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Boyd. v.hich was solemlnized at
five o'd ock Monday. September
twentiy-fiurth. in St. Peter's
Episcopal 'Church.
Re\.. W\\. lleker. rector oli
the clihurch, performed the nup-
tial ceremony, which wais wit-
ines. 4-'l .1\ relatives i :1( 1; a liarg
!nilmber <1" fried lds of the c(, ide.
The chlirch loeutifuilly
leorat ed ill palmnts a111(d ;nlu;lln
hlves, it' co lors rIalling lI'0ro
green tov del) crimisoni. The ail-
tar had( vases of golden rod and I
was l.banked within lthe colored
leaves with IliIghted tapers shir-
ing behind t hem. iVases ol
golde(eroIuld and wild coreopsus
WVi't' ill each wi'iidow illn the na\'
of lt c iirhi. .A\llgtlght.h'r, thec
Scene wV;is onel' iof perfect har-
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:...otl ,ainin l'ad is well u>al- th uests w<'e a.s:-entig, and (ICHANGE OF S. A. L. SCHE 'O TITE VOTER8 OF FER- THE BAHAI MESSAGE
>lfi d lo iiare l lr the daepartmenIlts lteappoi euin1 til"1 the brial: DIl'LE.', TRAINS :33: AND 34 NANDINA SCHOOL DIST.
nlr idt. to heri c1ire. She is a T: hu e'. \ td*l in ____ e ____a Q. 6. What will be the uni-
v i' laid" if erson- i The bride was iven in mar- -Effective Monday, October 1. In the coming school district verbal result of all these har-
'i i.f; 'l d the slol. riage by her fatherW and was at- 192. with train No. :13 now eav- election to be held October 9th, -monizing forces when finally
'TI l elh 1 mpat. i tended V Iher sisters. Miss ing at 4:45 p. m., the following for Special Tax School District they are fulfilled? .-
h(lpartmentt eNumber One. known as the A. We will have two grand
i :,lr (thal it Katherine Whitney and Miss change in schedule will be made: Fernandina school district, at result e wi haversal two grandi-
.' i::' irear'. It opened with Fderic ka \Whitni,.. No. 33 will leave Fernandi ih time a board of trustee resultsOne universal properi-
., ,.,ilment o hirty-five. The r. lloyd had as his st n. at 5:30 p. m. and will arrive at is to be elected and the number ty the banishment of fear, of
S ::, .. i;s .:r is v. William T. Whii!n l :. hf .'l\illh 7:f03 p. .n. This of mills of school tax is to be poverty, of pauperism and mis-
i Is 7:. 0'pll'w ushl-' vere IDotor L- is 45 minults later th. tie determined, the question may ery; the second we will have
Sroy McMurray and Mr I)A resen schcdLle and wi!l ni arise in the minds of manv elec- more time to give to the culti-
h, liry is now almost Pry cMurra nd r Idoubt be welcome news to the tors as to the number of mills nation of those higher functions
',. r ,h The bride was lovely in a fresh shrimp handlers and all ,f school tax required to take of the spirit and the mind, the
-di t .. T t: 'rided according to nalomrdina .f others effected. l p forth re of presut needs. in ac- ecstatic, the artistic and the,
l o, I *. :.T Sy:tcoB in: on .a: in autum brown. me bt-ween : rivr .. -ri. :~.-1. --.!. ,i,,- a- .--. : *. ;h.:i,,,.;li he count ry. An )" Mllily-O-Crep(c a;id veiora from fishing grounds anlt de- hereint're being three, an in- thne ,orkid .w1Lnat.aly
St1 ,' -.': lbi< 'nn h l'",ade. It ''s made on patne Pf the aftWoe.-oon train dehtedn'.ss has accumulated to like unto a Paradise.
.. .s t, ith th li-tiigh lines with a goet plat h en too short to enable the; amount o1 $2,9:;3.,.() aid has Q. 7. How soon do you ex-
i.,i. ., ie'.., depart he left ide. s The rlyv trin- packers to get their day's catch been carried at considerable ex- ect these things to take place?
i,. t ,. :. the s .. With this a honeste o'name. of( on the afternoon train. pense to the distr ict. After the A. It depends wholly upon the
,r .,. ti l l;ti!n, :al alo \ith thi. s. wore a bec(omi-.. Train No. :.1, now leaving present school ye-r., an addi- degree of our effort, or laziness
ln,- f t '.,s *; ,'i '- p., !;" in the s:tnie sh:(ade withll uni- cksonvil!' at : :i ) p. m., will tional departmn. Hllome Eco- which w e demonstrate. We
SIin be and trimmed leave at 7:30 p. m. under the nomis, will be required by law avo around us many whining
ot lt-'' c s hn s m ate lowers in ll h .new schedule and arrive at Fer- in order that the school be on an pessimists with whom we will
SSE DAr cesies mat-hing. Vh nandina at 9:00 p. m. acri'edited basis. In view of never get anywhere, but if we
NI .1m SE'T :'(riii a'i- .; :m *T n uet o 0 q'here will be no change in d. itlhes two facts. a conservative had workers, optimists, full of
S -\D SEi 1. Ih : 's and valley lilies, arture of the morning trai.' estimate would require a levy of desire and earnest in putting
r. 1 ,. nui .-d-hior, ie s IKath- No. 31, now leaving at 8:25 a. ni. at least five mills., ourth extraordinary effort. we
Sh;, i: 1l i n ul. erine Whkiln.., worie a frock (of and arrival of train No. 32 friomi This suggestion need not in- wil get them very quickly.
:I..s ii. .A lit e, Siiiday. silk crepe in Lanivin Green, made Jacksonville due at Fernandiii:l terfere with ainy progressive Q.8. How can we expect toi
,'ol i n t i:l i illn a G't with triple skirti al d trimmed 12:30 movement o o in an adequate, ai universal brotherhood as
C( ,,.n1on ( ;.1 A program (of with flowers 4l self-material. 1 0u-d ( ertaiil much needed long as. there are certain exist-
,i.t ", ,'r'iiire. drill .n1il1 recita- She wore :a ilrg picture hat ol .... nt conditions For instance to-
lion., I'reIsentil,.d Imby ithet lench'ers black velv.t. draped with lace. THREE SHIPS THIS WEEk O ihiii, is i ilt :., l ,.i.;.il.:. \with st reamer of lace reaching i ltebten e' during th ea t souday fre ar'om which we will have
--- -- to the waist line. She carried The German steamship Mar- takeni care (uriig th next t secure our subswstance which
I ', iii .i e iit industry.. a aam I ,m1i- ,lU Lt ofpale pink tha Hemsoth loaded 2500 tonics f 14 bi-niiim ii. RespwctfullY .
:>stlt'i :.. bt'.p phosphate at the Florida Terni- (). \VI AV l.. Sit. i : cLo ied i cain is-
ceirdant 4.Oili(llt llI. ( we
Tlriil,-Imiil. Miss Fred- nal Co's. elevators Monday .aiitiBOOKSl havwe universal Rrtithl-rhollu(ld so
Commands G. A. R. e it ka lie o. wre ab ecom- sailed for Bremen and Hambl OOKS \\.NTEl a thi rsal Ras ot ht.
in-. fr.'k af silk crepe in ashes- Strachan Shipping Co.. agents., A.o .' coui seyo u a in .
l ,*, *:," fli"i (,<-,,..'.-. !I. s trimmed with The Japanese steanmhip Ohio, All one having b whic' As long as there are a few short-
S i, -.iii Il s of self-material and Maru loaded 3000 tons of phis- they could part with would gentlemen w ho g
i ;.: u !ti made with large sh.awl collar phate on Tuesday at the Floril the Fernandina High School a sigundr their ntl' byW vai g
She wore a picture hat of black Terminal Cos. elevators, an great favor clitritng thoks and crooks the rcso(urces
i ,velt, with transparent brim sailed for Stetin. Strachan Ship- them to the Fernandina -High
.atd laee triperies. She carried ping Co., agents. !School library. If ou wish to thumanit ha wet will ner have
.-. *.. anar u to eina- The American steamship Sun- give the books, phone 138, gi\- unity .e i 'the
an arm bouquet of pale pink as- T th universal peace t m >mt er-
.a dance loaded 2500 tons of pho.s- ing your address and the num- hood, but tls grvat s which
Mrs. Whitney, mother of the phate at the Florida Terminal bor of books you wish to give ha arien from the nscis-
S:, were blck canton crepe, Co's. elevators on Wednesday Now is the time to aid us in this
li.?. were black canton crepe. f hool ness of mankind i. going to for-
e'la.oratlv lraidcd and trim- and sailed for Ghent. E. W. important part of our school ness of mankind tlemen to hr a ilgtce those genthvnen tti sh're)
nd with let bad.s with jusl a Bailey, agent. work. what they have with the rest of
S toi-h of Chinese blue at sleeves. t- their brothers.
Hler halt was l!ack and trimmed j won.s or ,i,, ,I,
with f'et he' ef jet. The obstacle which prevents
Follo,,wi n thi, ceremony, the the so-called religiouus me'n from
b"rid:,i t:!:, letl the church to accepting the teachifngs of.(;od
lthe ii;p:ns f Miendelssohn's' c0 0 i literal interpretation. Mo-
Wedthliig March and repaired to i ss announced the coming of
St h.o f the tr idl, where anC hrist. Th, kraeliths were
,' i .... e ''ti, 'a. held. awaiting him wit r tha greatest
."T'. ih ,,ati.n at the resi- irnmpati tienc' and anxiety, but
B B. i, itr e of nountities of INK \ hen he came they called him in. y denlrow. The iENS wltelzehubi. "'The conditions laid
i,...i..t m e ..: n el a e p above the f ,.ineIS down i1 th,' l ible for the corn-
l in th0e an el hers. above th E' HIi ing of the expected one were not
rdns auanthe staircrail. h T.*L fulfilled." te'y said. They did
D!.ring the reception hour., a F SERS not un ldstand that the condi-
Seijcimou5 icQou seriwed, 'L.NCII. SHARPENEItRS Ei s1 wEe Sym)olical. For ins-
it-tsistirg of neopolitan ice-! E I NAI.'rioN III. LANKS tance. it 1s written-"He will
tre', in in yellow and white. in- .come fri)na; ai! unknown place."
Sdii-dual akes iced in white. and -Adt .
i vellw a nd white mints.
P,01,-wing the reception, the iwon o. r rr The 'it% c.,mmissin is now
;:,erI .111..aI zzr.'r. or van Ir:. d~,,ined her traveling suit having contracts drawn up with
,n.n 4 .... iiw ,,ml,irr- ,:1f 'l, Ilue piret twill ith, N. NDINA F. F. S. Cook. who plans to take
i,, ,f a i'e G. ,A. 4. I.,t--d at 1 l, .1-,t-i t iE aNd ecAN[IN .FoLA.s of all ice d iverie' off the city's
Ijen, w i."ith lua reindeer shade. They left that Hilaz The'se and Mtany More lehands. Mr. Cork will to require
". tr, ,: 1 I. in -Ie. .. 'vning for Wayneshoro. Geor- ed tI furnish see to te peop
,... h,. )t-'i ,i&su ha1t 1,ia. Mr. lHa'd's former home, lat the inrice they are now paying

SIX PAt.i"



WITH LAR(;E EN1ZolAI.1.:;\ 1,


mt imtingprogram t1 v:;Iclide

tilhe open g (II AS.'xg

'W eaver. s t liIpol 1I ) .41lit ,fjun 'I

'fho school fatiuli v -
I Pi~lv' -. 1 A. a p I *
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bur grdes7 :uld 8; -l4i!..L\

radles 4I and 35: Mi.s- .I,i;,-ii.
Lrad(ies 2 1 a1(d Mrs. ii s. pi
Vi y. Mis Rl uth N\ .,
'otail aind piano inst.-'itiitru '
fessor Hancock is a ia;iia, .
Stetson 1Univ rsilt i!(!
highly recommeieltid. \1i
Claxton and Johnson ,r'i
states o.f Georgia Statt (',i ,.
for Women. Mrs. Dawson hi1.
a diploma from Kirksvilk' State
College, Missouri.L The remain-
der of the faculty are too well
established in the school to netd
any introduction. The present
enrollment indicates that two
additional teachers will be inec-
essary to give the pupils th nat-
tention they require.
Ga., i. the t "(t of .r. and Mr-.
Monroe. Mr. Murra" c':n:;- to
place his daughter in the hi.fh
school here.
Mrs. J. II. Whittlemr.1 ,. ( o l ;i-
homa, was the week-eiil j!i,.
of her mother. Mrs. II. Ira'll .i.
'Two importalit trat'.-:in lii,.
in real estate have be'-n ti,.hhl
here this week. .Mr. 'eliir
Thomas disposed >of his :ilti-
able priperity ; the )ixi i Hii,
way, Mr. .1. J. N. (I'i;.er., .i
Sanlord. Ieingi the liiuck\ pir-
chaser. Mr. T. L. Iiutler ih.
sold his fine farm in 'iVasl ( Cil
lahan to Mr. .. Ht. M,. -k. ,f1 .1: i.
sonville. Mr. Meek ha. tlr,:il
an 1p-to-alte hllxinlt w ni r
construction. Mr. I',. A. 'i i

L Champion Farm
Girl of U. |

POW KOM of .6Warminom. Va..
3~~~ )'m M sAmvrlIt'v Mc-.
I~umu~dFarm Girl." She wJs
adeeN4 by the U. S. DePsuturisti
at Azuaftre frem NOW4 mote.ct.
aft refletfin every ze. *'With
M e"Iwnn W by the Dupartueisk
dwexhibited her tjvesteck si4
)inttw Vetam girseb ftand (dD
iie: psaftu7 AMd cUl. pmw" ns
lhe momS. Stat s Epeulftil.,ta
Wminmtl bs ba moth. She is
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Page Fou Friddr.8e1)temhr 25. 1'


Children Cry for Flethedes

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in e afor over thirty years, has borne the signature de
o 3on the wrapper all these years
just to protect the coming
generations. Do not be deceived.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-a-god" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experiece against Experiment.
Never attempt to relieve your baby with a
remedy that you would use for yourself.

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

4A Bears the Signature of .

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

.JUTS'l' "l.i

t.ut l'ils

I dlo ho i like hi mals for that.
Mack ooti'I'vclt.o ftdeclares i is ltie
Supaill; I':t ud ream 1 4.1'(14W.41io'lil
lilt to.
I'achlitii its oawVhs :1 ploat of

Whetr.o~n our elmii'e oaf Iloawers

Redorwes make a lovely ;ight,
Bit. lie jgi%'oder of white.
Alt homigh (ill this we can't agree.
We sta 'a as friewdlY as we cana be.
Aly m-oigltlaoa is a 1 emocrat.
I tit) itoat hatte' hinm though ~ot'

W'e dhiffer '1t1oaMW't stIe, anld

~It I oI 4aai't t 11a111 0111hlt.e'shwildl
)iv ax' at If. a ta titi f) fish (oft'
lab -at.

A~ haul 1(11' xwhich'heIi'olovsm't care."
W~hyv staaild I I h-il'-i-4a1 111:11tlie
Shtounld(.411m1.'ito. aorshtip GO~~

W~hy' Ao tild I etaio'iatbalwith :1

"I'hat niatitet aia'' lim hi-; form (if
'More thaiith e hiut he buyn to

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Slati-Atiraulk Slw:ikino,


Fifth and Alachua Sts.
A strictly ONE iHOUR service
Rev. Jas. N. Ford, pastor.
Hible school, (Sundays), 9:30
a. in.
DivIne worship. (Sundays),
10:30 a. in.
Evening worship, (Sundays),
8 to 9 p. in.
Mid-week prayer and praise
service on Wednesdays, 8 to 9 p.
The public is welcome to this.
congenial and Biblical church
W. M. S. meets in church 4 p.
m. Monday following first Sun-
day, and in Circles on Monday
following third Sunday.
Sewing Circle meets every
Tuesday in different homes.
Intermediate B. Y. P. U.
meets Sunday, 6:-15 p. m., at
Sunbeams meet with Mrs. An-
der-on onit each Friday.

Nothing Like it on Earth

The new treatment for torn
flesh, cuts, wounds, sores or
lacerations that is doing such
wonderful work in flesh heal-
ing is the Borozone liquid and
powder" combination treatment.
rhe liquid Borozone is a power-
ful antisetic that purifies the
wound of all poisons and infec-
tionus germs, while the Borozone
powder is the great healer.
There is nothing like it on earth
for speed, safety and efficiency.
Price (liquid) 30e, 60c and
.-1.20. Powder 30k' and 6fAc.
a.Sold ,h .1. Geo. Suhrer.

IHer Advice

A maiii wenti into liho.n's -
. li..k Sti'ore :i asked: "Have Ned -- "Darling, s a y t h e
you at ,'' 'What's What' ,\A .l'riom, K. rlappiest mail in the world."
Jeroime'?" Edna-"Shall 1 really?"
Chosen i(tplied: N,,. I, ii t Ned--"Oh, if yol only would."
ve got ll 's Hle" :,lI \al' I(-. ldl- "Well. tlm s'ta. v in--
Got,' bCA lyt atlo.i '*h.. I..i.

The Best of Groceries


Watch the chliangs in
Honor Roll.

A. S. Allan .
('. J. Davis
1,. G. Hirth
H. F'. Salhman
.1. 11. Wragitge
C'. I'trewitt
Thomas Lasserre
N. A. Hardee
P. C. K C. M. KeUly
E. F. Morse
D. H. (round
E. W. Bailey
A. O. Bailey .
A. Allen Murphl ..
E. Mizell ....
W. S. Whitney
Geo. E. Wolff
J. A. Smith .
J. R. Hardee
F. H. lHohein
D. A. Kelly ........
Ernest Molnar ..... ...
E. J. Roux..
A. D. Simon
F. C. Davis ..
E. F. Fitch ..... .... ......
N. H. Borden
Louis Goldstein .. ..
G. L. Roux ..... .. ....
R. M. Martin ......
C. W. Lasserre
J. A. Flood ...
L. A. Boyd
Frank Graham --. ...
F. D. Upchur'ch
L. Gruniwald
S. R. Merrow ..- ...
J. G. Suhrer ........ .
Glyndon Waas ...
D. G. Humphreys
C. S. Binnicker
H. C. King.... .... .
Ira W. Hardee
E. W. Bailey Jr ..... ..... .
Mrs. J. L. Horsey ..
T. J. Shave
J. F. Lohman
H. J. Baker.........
W. T. Haile
D. A. Partin
0. W. Barnes .
W. Jones Davis
C. S. Baresford
Geo. S. Lowe .
T. G. Ozmer ..
Burrell McNeil
S. J. Kennard
G. C. Burgess .
Morris Fishler ..

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T.1her'e l~sha.;1(,eon laxity o or'111-
al" and a d isr"a''At'ftor retligion
and fora)'the 5P1'ioltSsideof otlife
that tcou~ld notoleadi anivxhci'e
but to dlisaster'.
Mr. Coolidge was bor'n Poor'.
H44 ha~to. not ahie~ved *'ichei.z. Hv
has, ri'en to .'ae~ltand u:11(1l'own,
by putting rto utsetilth- Simple
(I VV. 111- 1p1W k'VS t hat Ilie \w i h-
in his lk'Fsonialtv. rhroughii oe
applic.:it i i I 'fion ohl sti sse.
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Today, Billy Bunkem was peakia' to me
ot the trag tLife is a-gettlm' to be. ...
Be thlaks we are mothia' but gover'mnent
davem, and will never o tree till we're laid .
nl our grarvo at the next genera-
tion will witness our groans while politi- A.
cal buzzards are plekin' our boale I He's 1i '1
sure we are headed for squalor and chains.
while the plutocrat travel on gold-plated .J
trains. There wasn Som on his mind. and V"
despair in his word there weren't any
doubt that Bill Bunkem was akeeredl
But-I'd been so busy a-puttin' up hay,
that I'd alaosed all the seareerows Bill
mentioned today. With a carload of /
iteera, and a peon-ful of bogs I hadn't ob.
served we was go' to the dogs. I
reckon I've paamsd up a boat-load of crimue
--couldn't study It none. when I ain't had
the tiue. There'i iot n of mice things
that La fel would leara--aud, mre Inlor-
mation that aln't wath a dern,-so. in spite
of Bi uakeim, I'm bound to Invest my
mulade a wralns where it pap me the
but !-


foda)O I(1 %,uK


not given or uini sh.lUt,

a quality product-

from the H ose of

AIAniwUstr 311"fli

$1.V Lt. tI'll

Nassau Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Fernandna, Fla.

"oea~Vash Fa.lflrs vit"! t:ls"vh'0 a.1

Ifoara a;e I pae h1:11 Elnw-r Radoer'.
18. sta r 11aic h-ter oa the haighi

left the bulk cal' a S7-:.4 100) cst at'
R~obert W \. 1II1,111i.a1i. r-o

l1i- i'a'& OI a' (blmatat ) ba l' r I'I ho's.

Kvv:0( Wa.

I \\a er me i k. it- I II1 k r

1ii '" \ ;i:-

moan y'pr .n- i

till 11 14'Dt filmt o, 1101L3? 1* 1 I)haiJ'l '':rrs a 2(a TIIl~it o, h\'.1.v-It ; I. h a
work'a, through Ithrift'tand enter- ttawii. "'ithhisa ~ aiidt '. a '1111h-Y'l~i' 11al-a' :a
J)jm-s4 fie prepared himself for eol : ''lie is still -,Ia) .,vI a.:!,
the* pil"5ih oni Which h leaow holds. it-. the Iut ac t'. *1And it (.":i) ithiIII~k Ih-v at"'1-'.'t I 'in'
lic was brought tapiil a Chris- -(1)till it's tll.1n.1,I-hr KNirl't? d ,aa--'.In
atian home,.:uand his friends say akt o'i tliaIb 'a !'ilil t tI -aa
titt ll ; tA11-g10911lit'- S i t a111..tonm- me' :- a !al h t'a aip
naimit'ant of a:tchuro-h, he IS a41. ~a: a'a. whh'is 1'I:Ia Ca I
t'egulai' :tit tt'ada t One of ilhe 'v 'II~ en I er'l ) I lltraila'. It> :14 I I- lit lia.
first I hiirgs le id tHafter bilo'tm- i 5I adV ii' hisl'. 11'
Ia s a il pill fa X '1.11':,zf to atiiK. I~-a '
ing pr'esidentitwas I() oa 'omnitl- I ldkm t:t' aV 1 aa''Ih'aiI:t 0'I
( a l L 'Iwi t h t h e ; irs l a a. o t t t'll l, h o l i lt-. I 11' o 1 1 l
curola whtIt 1i4.ha le tvtnds. Vmuchwas tit 5.1; jao.std t v. u Ga'a'
M~rs.(Cio aliflge .is .juast lilht, I ype' '~i i u th i' ". W o'
io1 wxomani. wife and moat lo.i' 'a ill Was tailefao'ol it w. fo atatl'd slani ille 1Itita a I'll! 'a:11ith
I hat Anio'rica':t ieit ls kaw'a fload4l. hat'a'oin Ihat Il I m hl'rii~~ ad lia't' I lit I'
If' :ou-euait s tat' lao-a' lii't'ale0'all ~la'' ~~i ~ nH o j
1- 'It-,:-JSoltaieI., ikiolL's't'Ihv ktI i aoft'it441.. a.fb!o~t.t ia, oa
Ih o I h u t v'S o 1 iI l l st 'l a a d Ia t o i ot I j cl e a t .0 i j~lt 4 "ie I ,' of .'.a.'. .X.I. t a .H.'. .
thil tha ira l v411i.' s 'ohI alitat'alu h. Iit' 'otol Iit [no F L.att *1t 3
'slat' )- i. .4 4 ki'ps(iito ti i l ith t'lled.'i'vI (a' 41o' 111':11 jAn it'r I.t ti oI iioioaI a '
hAli ktopat hIll't' hxl ~c. till. 2 S'
ha 141 uta1wllirly*14 to ii''oa- itG RaE A S Y. ..olta" i'ao
deri t he task 4af4,'nntome-nakitig ifr uol*te jtii'~a ~lot a
>o'''.:tot. I Iar h. in i'. hlit hI, '
liaulaaohIit ''iaotp't h:.~'' I.' Should fie loBcit"toted IFor 'It X~
tIII's l iac e I 'hi o' i a i I; Otl i.I

S. Salvador I.12.04)Iy1a- Ia i iat i
L. W. A ndei'son 2.4)0 xi I. t'1h~4'i'ta t
Dr. L. L. Bunker 1.00 Iu!t~iilii, ~
N. H. (;ill.* 3 14 I iaa 1I lite ro':1Il ifP'5:ilji -

Office 'aver FirSt National. .ha,1tv:\ lit'1141111#1lif.t hrift Ili
B anL K.Hour-,-AL!. THE-If l*I'mt :o.'ottI,\ ~I v it\%hl.alot- t'Il. v.aa'
'T BIE. VouWildI uaako' .\fill aI a it u.1-A ant

flet ii'trtila i~t. Ch~ambier (if
Wet have just received at sup- '11m11- hi~ o'got-titg IS
ply of desk blotters in several gawmi.
different ttlo'.incluiding aI
popular shade of green. Nassau, iDO)11' NOW. Ahalit? .Join
County Leader, Fernandina, Fla. 1jthe Chamber at'of rfwr'

ChuV O M D~gbeMay Visit St. LOui

%= W O.. .l --

a'o\v 'i veryp'ty fi lhs ilat' tia
the sireetl anl kissed ca' t tt lro-
rat.. iutiislv. a l''. 'l. a ainl li.''
\walc anil ht'r oof li. th s lihin'. thil' :; h
so iil rit ." .**itl oln.
"W hil is ihat ".'" :.:ii hi-
1,i |I !ifi d I lli< I'l :,
'"W ti o'nli tiailait lil'.'%- \.ai k."
lF :v .- I.i g}iltiia J.ii1t'.

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' .$ .( ,t'I \ 1i I 1 I''h VI* n,1 "*

Strained Eyes
w it!: 1 .... ;,:,r"!i'-s ;,,1~l.|., Ir ,,. l.,,t,, 1
Il ,'. l I,. I t ,, l ; l, ., i ,i .,' ., ;,:( ,.. ', ; ",
I iu;, i ,- .
ln -h .:. .< i. '' i '
la : i. It i ., : : ... ;

A liquti

The housewife chooses a home
once in a automo-
hile once a year (maybe)--a
new dress once a month (per-
haps)-hut she chooses GRO-
difficult, however. when she
trades at .

Island City Market
F. H. HOBIEN. Proprietor

Page Four

Friday. 2s. I',- .




Friday. September 29. 1923


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A h4 ~ :*. .1 1d A l i s 1 I f iA v' a 11 (d'- *Jj l .j a t'i:: 8 : 1:4("tv I A k .1*8 i' .Zl LX I *
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1! a4', IIJaksnile u C. ei"':2!rs.V. S.,'-hal'v- fAii;im Jit Ii. Iu, kaftr wN k pe-n
r II 1 1( w s dillhey hplive hI.wen s 1211: 'I I (I
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fam I I
1 A. V II e Mr s.L r~~,1ri'e fl4Ai.dII(1 v..- th ( .ieo!' s o1i

itlie li::s bel'n nhimlness.1. I
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;a. t I I I I c ii ii k Ii ( i Itd t I I I W Ilk .I ~ 1. ~ L~a... ..

9 :!!I(! 2Airs. ICooklhaving'l
I 141,.99 J):1111

Ilavs 'beingtith- Pro4-
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lW14 il lstlv.dild 11514' j .IIhllui nea~(
I re:i t fu l! aI I II' 4III'-
-lilt p;. rIlui1*1 ii1 th
OIJI! i49191 wit 1i. t'a,.hcivr ~he! hi-
944111 Ii' jll ~ 1.. 4944 '.4 Iia I I,

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~x l- ; ietd s I Z h I t :4'it(' %sheck II0)" JII Ie.

I i' '.vi Spen hSI1,1(1' 9 t'i.0 It f I *v i: lcidet h" her., *[a \iIdav bv ~l. 1144'10% 111

I i-- S' iI
'i: wiidied ad lItvepl- St l'Uc1649A.'L. 44' I iiti.
.. r r-i'v\ 1111l. Floida. school 1under'9'his 4i1' hvr'i' t' ilttil. '' \iitl Mr.8 (:i'j4 le!
'.'~'&g ~'il b.' 'ea1 .\!1,' 11.1'dt'i' Q ..''L..1- 1. AtlIant a. Miss Nanic.y 1)ax'
44'. I s'i'1 415 o thel"I,'t' 1' d''I il'tl j.' Illwith them.4,
Al..Cr.I'ews linItIIv'-,I : I ... llh.( .itite.\~xiwa
'.x'vit ltlthe plstofll-the 4'4444 si- 4vw)k. 11he LAS '1)5I ii-
4'1*411' t1.t'f )U !m t se I" FJ IlA')' In (I. lo'Aikq 4 eIIIh,(4!- os ,T A F1 ) T I
an -m1)aI't ment with On l"FTom,'14) ''t and I'lt He;(Te eal I':1'i ~'ui
*!'c'.ev'y alphin on South Pa,'V at 10'811W( 2019S s al he Black and vt l- 91,t'
~I i44!. dvot d t(~ pr~zi'; m whch arge eat's, ltqmg tajil. Ah ,it 21 .
shall hecItica'(1(titmill. teaching I mos old. Last scon VXIt'dnestla.
1~l' I'F ~ F R D A Yt h o g o )4(i d I fl4 e p '- 'l2W4' a n d j, f 41t.Vll oo f. re~ :i I( e -l '.
~~~pi'ohi!it iiwn.and Ithe t(,-,ils (If m-l 41 li~lltII Itil~g to.
"4! I'll atthe Methodist ttofllpt1'5'!iL. 'dlid> k(I'9C?1414 &.W.LVAF S.14I
~'~f~f1:, 0(. T. WEANTVR. z'y Drug Stmv't.

-. 'tt >.'o ialiy and fi-
: I;'ch number was
I. he splendid program
*i last week being
t i full. Nearly
S.. i'.'.1.4d for the build-

Sonf,:i's8 Club will hold
:;;-1 nI 'n tivi since the ad-
I",int for the summer
'-. on Wednesday, Octo-
'ird. at the Yulee Commun-
''.4i'ie k

There is 114'0 '()!-k ( 91 Ii4 deI-
lax ii gttngscl oo] tw oks a;d

---, .school supplies \nen w carry
Friends (of Dr.. Eugene ):Daniel. a full line. We ,e' ,. have a large.
for'nl'r p;p stor ', tlh'.' Pi'essiytr- '.ss- ,tm:n, 2" : .'st'tU -
in, churiih. who ha,.- i'n; mak- i, nts, W'e wili maii I', IKS to any
ing hi h om. in Jacksonvillh ;,'( tddrlss inh the c, ty upo)l e-
with his. (Lui:dahti r. will ,...ipt wf orr. Order 'Now andI
inte'ivl Rd l< ea, it1hii a t he ai1- ;..void the rush. 'Whittemf ore
gone t o Iatiitn Ga., where Drugr Co.. 'Cailahan. Fla.
he w il 'i .'- d t, li t fall > '.1 1 vili- *
ter within hi d'illghtlr. Mrs. .J;Is. There ij- i0, oc.asin f'fi" de-
Thmils. iay' in getting school hooks and:
school supplies when wve carry
J. lieinhlttham and Al,'e a full line. We also have a


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Get Ready for the i

-' -

Buy that Rain Coat your wife, your boy or girl

have wanted for a long time. We will place on sale

Friday, Saturday and Monday

September 28, 29, October 1st

One hundred and twenty-five Rain Coats for

Men, Ladies, Boys and Girls.

Girls' Coats; sizes 8 to 16 years-
Your choice .

Boy's Rain Coats; sizes 8 16-
Your choice

Ladies' Rain Coats

sa $3.98, $4.98, $5.98, $7.50

You will

Come to

Friday, Saturday and Monday




$3.98, $4.98

Every Coat a bargain.

not be disappointed.

I W.-





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D-91. DA.,Q111, IN' (.E'0iZ%,lA ,


Page S~~~~~Ix FrdyIetmbr2.I



Charter 't. 46 Me.rMe* il-itri* t*. *
**e* Comat1o *f

The First National Bank
At PermUad41U. I the State ef FlorMa, .t the 4'loee of
lduf omn Sept. 14th, aIm.

I .ntans .anuldi iuns nclud-
ing rediticountai. (x C C p t
thio~pse'qVn in toand cI.
S'. 5. 4w%4bV1fl am-jnt see,tri tie,
lbf1*e.~j( i I, ,ire vir.s-u
11ti('flii. I'nd~, par v-aI -
All .': h*r I't itd State.4s4~'bv-

itanking House $1 l.400.Eiu
lPurniture. and fix-
I Iar4.%. .4J.500.00
i~~I-P.I Mst:tate ou&ned othir than
Isanking houste...............
Iteservie lank
Ite' .*.~with Fe."der~alIRemervse
Ilankin n i'robees% 41 of ee
47 15all III vault and due Irteass
flatknes;Il banks- ..
Amount due. fIron,8 t a t e
L.ank-,.. bankers,, and trust
c4*mpa?&is in the United
States (Other than included
in Item%' S. ". and Ist)
T.ottal tor j1tevn,' 9. 10. 11. 12
ani.I 13 ..70.33t.41
Chck sui .ti asdrafIts ion h.%nIj
(ineltidini. Ved-raI Reiersbe
141n zk) Ific~att-d outside i-.t
cit*. or town oft reporting
Ila IIk- ::Oo *.i"
Itiui.aptueesa fund m iii U
'I 'eas er a nd t ie frlon 1'.
,,_ rt'a,.ui *-r

* stt4.ak 11.414i rk

te.; earre tit ewjaell..' .inter -
C-St and(i tes ~pant ; 4.1. ft*
(a Aui:,uur.. It..t.K.itale ,.
tian~k4r, anmd truas~t .'rasza
.1 t111 t:& 11 1lieII'elflj i e t .4t taIe'
:1i~id fatai l-i -I '.aaftrjt--i 4 .'t I

aItsI t's *ii. S -.*i(tI ~I ta n
'.T-1ld lt 1-sins 21. 22. 23. 24
:11141 1.. litl. 412 41:

I., -ieck ..- ...
SI .5!,. comlit .y eor e.Iher nitin-
ve apaIdejp-s.'aIt swe~ure.I by
P!#.dze ofor ls*sif Ih 1!;
hank oor siatety boand
Dibvided,ji'i.. uidl ia......... ...........
Total of r deiraan.I deptonts
''ether than hank tit-posits)
siahjectt tde Remerve. lt.-insq
2,;. 27. 21. 29. 310 and 31 ..2175.2-N.92
iii, I bj,aMits:
*Sj~ (4. *.j'5jlN.' or cotber ittn-
1#a44alge 40s flssftS.44,felthin
i.. ank- ait siretyIbonid
Othilcr11111C ilepositr ....
P#"4.4 m'iaIs- i ng-s deposits
T.1-, ofI'a time djells-its Sill)-
jiet tea ro-Nerve .
Iiamt.(1 Slaws eleptaits 4.oth. a
!:. n P4 1"''t~..I %:vlngs), i n -
lulng War .l'asn *Iep-osit
.a4,v.eaint :11,1 d d''w~itS fr I'll-
-leel M.~-kc;di~ Atrsiiim '.111 -
a. 01 z. .

T, .-:I I

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I *~

4Al*~L lit
~ ,,~

4. .u- fith.1 b

1.1, 91

I 4.i9*ulf 4eju
.A so~eIlate~

44.r5#X;, Of
ttX., .%*o ou

I.~$~7 4*2

1605 fil




vf~ it.: '140eidiia. CE'otilety..: O:
S. 11i Bnnii-ko-r. Cashti. r td the above-nanied bank.
d1,. ,-..l.-raly suvea r IthatI the alot-ve statement is trite 1t
jhnI,-' l Slav .1 folaewdge zand belief.0
C S. UINNICKEfl. Cashier.
Si,mcritite-iia flel .aohn to *ewforf me thils 22nd day of
i~uti ?F. W BAILE~Y. Notary Pubili.
ECOP RECT-At test:

A beautiful black and gold
sign has been placed on the Yu-
lee Community House by the.
Woman's (Club and the Library
Ass hell)p t :t rai same.

Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mann have
arrived home, after a very pleas-
ant stay of three months with
Messrs. J. H. Sauls and S. W.
Sayler at St. Petersburg. They
were accompanied home by their
little nephew, Sam Sayler, Jr.

&'Pm& f ~Ot1 Sf3 tif U-SN -

Now is
C'et ready
ounce ofv
You wi
Great car

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Prevention is worth a pound of c m&
1' -i ,

th e tim e to repleih your m. lC(me p

e is given torsey's each i or we


i D. W. McLellan went to Jack-
sonville yesterday.
:* *
Order your Real Silk Hosiery
now. Phone 263-L2.
Geo. L. Roux went to Jackson-
ville Wednesday.

o r a Ral \ Silk Haosier.,M nlns

die W(


. J. M. Adams, Miss Bird-
ood and Mrs. G. C. Miller
ed to Jacksonville last
Sin Mrs. Miller's car.

Mr. A. S. Allan returned from
New York last Saturday, ac-
companied by Mrs. Allan and

263-L2. The Misses Kate and Emma
Williams returned Tuesday, af-
Dr. D. G. Humphreys went to ter a vacation spent in the
Jacksonville Wednesday. mountains of North (arolma.
** ** *
Real Silk Hosiery, a guaran- The friends of Mrs. RI. I. Til-
teed article. Phone 263-1,2. .ley, of Gainesville. will regret to
learn that sht. has lbeen ill atI the
Capt. T. S. Davis, of Jackson- Keystone lH< tl!.
ville, spent Sunday here.
N. A. Hlardet arrived on Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Partin and day from points in Tenessee,
baby motored to Jacksonville where lie ha it been .llsndiiitg the
last Friday. summer with relatives.

Prices on Straw Hats slaugh-
tered. Warm weather ahead.
Get it at MULARKEY'S
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hobein and
little Miss Dorothy ilobein spent
Sunday in Jacksonville.
-1 *
666 quickly relieves Constipa-
tion. Biliousness, Headaches,
Colds and LaGrippe. 9-14
Mr. Henry lHobein, of Jack-
sonville, was a business visitor
here Thursday.
City Shoe Repair Shop. Best
work at lowest prices. Next to
Bakery. S. W. GLUCK.
Miss Irene Steil left last week
for Bristol, Va., where she will
resume her studies in college.
S *
Buy your Working Clothes
Here. The Best Values at Mu-

Mr. Arthur Steil left last week
for Atlanta, where he will at-
tend Georgia Tech. this winter.
666 cures Malaria, Chills and
Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever.
It destroys the germs. 9-14
Don't forget the Ic Sale at
Horsey's Drug Store today and
tomorrow. Started yesterday.
Fall Opening Sale of Gents'
Hats, the correct styles now on
display at Mularkey's.
*M *
G. C. Miller and wife and Prof.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Peace'
and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Phillips
spent W\ednisday in .ackson-

Postmaster E.. J. Itoux has re-i
ceived a supply of the Harding
jiostage stamps, which are on
Little Miss Margaret Roux
returned on Sat urday front an
extended visit to her unce inl

In -asi/-,'c? cu1t s/ass alild
Chin a-a /aqu,ikr.'

'Sf.) Jllto'ih '.' j2

g2 ,9rs to suit

Washington, 1). C.
o The Leade-r wast in error Lis Ait'. F l' .\ ll' : i.
Mrs. Mary Nolan and Mrs. week in stating th:it Mrs. TyhIler "' Tl ,.m',.
C. W. Denton and C. W. Denton, Miller returned \i (':,;.! :i n .
Jr.l, motored from Jacksonville Miller. She reimainiel itu (','Iin t
to spl-nd the week-end with Mr. bus. l;;. hr a visit.

and Mrs. It. V. Nolan.
Send your dyeing and clean- I
ing to Rogers & Jones 611
Main St., Jacksonville, Fla. We
prepay parcel postage on return-
Mr. Con Cassidy arrived Sun-
day from Washington, D. C. for
a visit with his sister, Mrs Min-
nie Ward. He leaves today for
the National capital.
-Real Home-Made Pies, Family
Size. Other Goodies for Your
Sunday Dinner at the BAKE-
Mrs. L. Grunwald and daugh-
ter. Vera. went to Jacksonville
Wednesday and will spend sev-
eral days with her sister, Mrs.

E. F. McLane and wife motored Mrs. Louis Grunwald and lit-
to Jacksonville on Sunday. tle daughter, Vera. accompanied
lby the former's sister, Miss Bes-
McCall's Patterns, Fall Style sic Nagel, visited relatives in
Quarterly and Magazines now Jacksonville on Sunday.
at Mularkey's *
Louis A. Klarer and wife and -Real Home-Made Pies, Family
the former's mother spent Wed- Size. Other Goodies for Yors
nesday in Jacksonville. Sunday Dinner at the BAKE-
Clearance Sale Prices on all *
Summer Clothing at MULAR-, Mr. and Mrs. CGe. liurt and
KEY'S. iMrs. J. B. Polhill, who have
!been spending several weeks att
Mrs. E. J. Roux and Mrs. J. points in Nor th Carolina. re-t uiin-
M. Roux spent Tuesday in Jack- ed home on Fridlay.
.sonville. *
'* Mrs. ILaIu a Thompson and
J. Geo. Suhrer spent several Mrs. James C. Getzi n adld her
days in Jacksonville this week daughter-in-law, Mrs. WilliamI
with Mrs. Suhrer and J. Geo., Jr., Getzen, of Lakeland. spent W ed-I
inedav and Thtrsday wilh .itMr.
Miss Margaret Roux return- and Mrs. It. V. N'l:i.
ed last week from Washington. *
D. C., where she has been spend- Typewritting. clpying and:(
ing the summer with relatives. stenographic work ineat ly and
accurately done. Apply to Miss
Real Silk Hosiery, the Best.' Starbutk. office ofI the Florida
Phone your order in to 263-L2 Pitch P'ine Lumber Co,., otp-
and it will receive prompt atten- posite p "ttoffive. if.
tion. *
S* Everyibodly suffering Piles.
Mr. Carl Warfield left Sunday Constipatioan, fissures, fistula,
for Hastings, after a three; ulceration, itching, bleeding.
weeks' visit here with his fam- write FREE trial. Pleasant
ily. Pile C(ombinat ii,. S.
lTarln.y, Aitirn. Ind. It
I.LOST-(Go;ld stickpin, head. + *
Tiffany mounting, ruhy set.' Mr. and Mr-s. 'oy Kennard
$5.00 reward if returned to the and childhirn. f Jacksonville.
Leader office. spent the we, k-4.nd with Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. K.:!!.nard. They left
Miss Ruth Morse, who has Tuesday mor:;ing, accompanied
been living in Atlanta for the by MIrs. Kenni.,i 1t ho will spend;
past few years, has accepted :a several days wih ththem in Jack-
position with Mr. Jim Smith and snnvill.

will return the :arly part of

P~ay your risul.criptioin now.

King's Cash Grocery


Quality Goods for Particular People

Mrs. Messick. of Irvintonl4.
Va., arrived several days ago Ito
spelled the winter wih iher son
and daughter-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Irviiig
Th )One-C('it S.le of le.xall
Remedies anl l'iPructs at 1HO-
sey's Drug Store is goinl good.
Get your share olf t he bar.gaains
while it lasts. Yesterday. today
and tomorrow.
Mr. S. F. Itlc rtsm. \\-Il, is
flagman on the 'Ferii'a dina-
Jacksonvidle Iraini. ha.; mivx'cd
here with his family. 'The y are
living in the Mc(ott'-rv rvycl,!'
South Tenth stret.

Mrs. C(. \V(e'k:;.s ;:d grand-
children, James and Ki tlherine
Bird, who have he visiting
Mrs. F. 11. 1Holieni at Anmelia
City. left last w,.e.k lfor .;:<-ksIn-

The* zlew Foid c.or.. i oc iwkk .it~j-ad

tile apik-.txdzce 4A Ilth. '..lo jisj
increase their co'rnfo..t ..a'I a

Alit' *1. *- I
'C., ~.

They offer YOU 110t id...,. v
able trdwiportation, tt '.1 .i
style and a greater iarett.-.-
-a combitiation tliut iah
Value of Ford car, rticeIn'r- '-;
See the new F,-! 1-. ~ .
uur Shov~k enxi.

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the la'aJ d a. it Itag h fa u


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