Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
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Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: February 18, 1927
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Kelly. J. J.





Pernandina Newa-Record. Est. 1886 Consolidat.'d
NaMau County Leader, Est 1912 f Dec. 15. 1'20



Volume 40-Number 12



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GOVT. SPENT $255,000 HERE High and low tides predicted for Therefore the many theologies NASSAI LEADS INPO TRY
the Port of Fernandina at the foot of RAZORS AND BLADES and various beliefs of the past have
Last Barge Load of Rock Placed on DeSoto street for the week beginning no relation to the present universal Alsop's Preachment Highly Applica-
South Jetty Monday Af- Saturday, Feb. 19th and ending Fri- world-needs, nor power to influence ble To Conditions in
day. Feb. 5th: = mankind. The day of such religious .
ternoon. Saturday. Feb. 19th-High, 10:18 superstitions is at an end, :,nd this This County.
a. m., 10:39 p. in.; low, 4:14 a. m., world is now ripe for t;,,- promil-
The last barge load of rock was 4:33 p. m. eweler G Su h rer ,, --- of a virile religion al ad of Maor .,oin T. .. r.. w,
placed on the south jetty Monday af- Sunday. Feb. 20th-Iligh. 10:53 e o. S the times, one whose teaching con- enthusiasm for thi Floridian
ternoon, thus completing the con- a. m., 11:15 p. m.; low, 4:51 a. m., PO I:i tains all tihe truths of the religions of knows no limits. ,i:~ \\:Ir.d rh:i
tract of the Simmons-Myrant Comp- 5:06 p. m. -the past, one which in indltpendent i-,odic on the -sub at, "* :i It \\Wn
any, of Charleston, S. C., for the re- Monday, Feb. 21st-Hlligh. 11:20 -.--l~ l 'I|||lm!llllof and noti limited ly past Ir t .gg 1I: rh::. ly :iv ringg in
building of the jetties at the entrance a. m., 11:51 p. m.; low, 5:30 a. m., --- -t-----i-- --- superstitions of man. Such :a relin- prin r'- ink Ion .. i '- I yellow
to the Fernandina harbor and that of 5:41 p. m. ion will lead the world onward. in-' .-aid which is lii' di: d from
St. Marys, Ga. The first rock under Tuesday, Feb. 22nd-High, 12:06 Kfusiing int, it the spiritui:' force his office. s-v> th e .lank. k ,le lourr
the present contract with the govern- p. m.; low. 6:12 a. m., 6:20 p.m. necessary t, reform its insttions. n:i! of 1.,,. :h.
ment was placed one year ago Mon- Wednesday. Feb. 23rd-High, 0:- L SRE N T S rental and occidental, in their faith i lizz-n.oer ihas ot .'El i,,\own i.,
day. 31 a. m., 12:47 p. m.; low, 7:01 a. in (od and confidence in one another. ,li :i ,hicken fancii r ,r r".r a- : t
The rivers and harbors appropria- m., 7:05 p. I U U U I I thus making a firm spirituiil f.unda- expert on poultry anI p .. rv prI
tion, Act of Congress of 1924, pro- Thursday. Feb. 24-High, 1:18 a. Ition for the comin- r great unier~:tl duit ts. lbut his ln.we effu ., im11
vided for the expenditure of $255.- min., 1 ::5 p. m.; low.'7:57 a. m., 7:59 Aworld-civilization. cates thlt hl- has 1ivn t.he ,,,,. t.1
000 in the rebuilding of the jetty P- m. B. B. BROOKS ELECTED VICE F. W. SADLER AND A. S. ALLAN The Baha'i revelation is i.,-ting poultry ra iing in al ci, ,'on
system at Fernandina. In accordance Friday. Felh. 25th-High, 2:14 a. PRES. AT SESSION WED- PLANNING BIG ATTEND- this world-need and is minister:ni to sideralhle thlit1llgt.
with this provision, contract was let m., 2:34 p. mi.; low, 8:37 a. m., 8:58 NESDAY NIGHT. ANCE TAMPA MEET. it. It is not an eclectic phil,.-phy Tre asript of fI i-"chike **r: "
with the Simmons-Myrant Company, P- m. g leaned from the pat. neitpastneither i it a f,
and the work was commenced on Feb- There are usually two high and sect. Rather it is a living spiritual **"ity million hom-I .A- c.1l 1,
ruary 14, 1926, and completed in ac- two low tides each day. Tides fol- The Fernandina Shrine Club held F. W. Sadler. who is a member of force working in the heart of man- kept hi.- y i-i lrit. Ifr. ,h ,
cordance with the terms of the con- low the moon more closely than they an enthusiastic session on Wednes- the comnlitice appointed by the Ro- kind. Because of its soul inspiring mli.-i nem.,.t ,,i !, I, et. nI E,!., ,.'
tract Monday. do the sun. and the lunar or tidal day night at the Masonic Temple, tary Club to help secure husses to qualities and its spiritual power it lion h,,s wol require fify !.
an^- -i mrcarry the local Iotarians to the dis- Iappeals alike to thlie unschlled aind ainil pai!'rv ]il:in f l,(ti ,0., ,I
Granite used in building up the day is nearly an hour longer than the when officers for the ensuing year trict convention :t Tampa on April the learned, to the nass.i i: and oti t,1i14 ti t, 1r UI :,1
jetties was shipped via the Seaboard solar lay. This causes the tides to
Air Line railway from Palmetto advance front day to day and a tide were elected, which resulted as fol- 7th, Sth and '1th. states that he has few. The Bab, Haha'u'llah. ant direct! it 1.50 ; h illi 'A r-.
Quarries, near Columbia, S. C. and which has occurred near the end of lows: J. H. Hoskins, president; B. nl:e arraniig.mnts to have banners 'Abdu'l-Baha. stand forth :a divine "', r,' prou e i ,, rk ,r .
a total of 960 cars (43,012 tons) one calendar day ,vill be followed by B. Brooks, vice president, and Rev. painted whi'h will extend the entire teachers and leaders of hI,,- on ill. I ni: fr ier.1 :I
were used in the construction. In a tide that ay skip the next day and Harris Mallinckrodt, secretary and length of thernands, hi will bear the world's attitude aind thiight. et' : ld idl :1k I nt"1 ,
charge of the work for the govern- occur in the early morning of the treasurer. Albert D. Simon is the Club.t" religious Chave created a living spirituaized \ilio lih v Ih, ,., ,' ;, ni
ment here were Engineers J. W. third day. Thus on certain days only retiring president, and it has be A.. religious Cause that has spiritualized mil-on iostr\rs v ,,, ...x .,.
Jenkins and Thomas Lynch and for'a single high or a single low tide oc- retiring president, and it has been A. S. Allan, one of the most en- nature through the power of the iil industry tIi mii.s f.r hr ilii,
the contractor W. Debone, of Charles- curs. In such cases it will be noted through his efforts that the Shrine thusia.tic Rotarians in Fernandina, Word of (;od. Like all divine teach- ali i .11141l ,hy.
ton, S. C. that vacancies occur in the tide Club enjoys its enviable record as an has had cards printed which are plac- ers they were far ahead of their time. cIinileiitiv there ; r, :II,Iy
'table .organization, as Noble Simon has ed upon each plate every Monday, Peace,. arbitration and an initer- 'rI 'A \:,t,.r 1:k, :u a:itip tl., k:
The completion of this project been untiring in his efforts to promote calling attention to hte convention, national language, in fact thl \ision fi..i ,ownl,,'r.. i s of :,. hulinreiI
raises the jetties six feet above low the welfare of the club at all times, and which urge a 100 per cent atten- of universal civilization were gener- in- :s niny ,i: ks nid g' v.'- .
water mark. The north jetty ex- CANAL SURVEY TO BE CON- One of Noble Simon's famous lun- danSe from uFernandina to the Tampa allyv unthought of liv the world h lien 11,.-m :1l ,.. ,- .b itl rel',1"i*t:l,.
tends from Cumberland Island, Ga., a FINED TO THREE OFFICERS cheons feature the program. meeting. Baiha'u'llah. over half at cnlitry ago. lih.l .th ti. ,, ik of ti;. ,,.
distance of one and one-half miles' announced this spiritual nimsage. in d ill:ri.
and the south jetty protrudes from The Florida State Canal Commis- OF INTEREST TO PROSPECTIVE FERNANDINA CONSTRUCTION which is incorporated the solution of Ii.. I t Ill:'i fl..iil'
Amelia Island two and one-half miles. sion has received notification from MEMBERS OF GARDEN CLUB ELECTS. OFFICERS FOR YEAR the many questions which now otut.iv '' ru.'.' t i :i;i iiZ i. nil.m-
This is the first appropriation made the office of the Chief of Engineers, the mii, o- f the r.,-.,-t think,..r ... ... ,,,, ', ...'> I
by the government for improvements Washington. 1). C., that the survey of All those wishing to join the At the annual election of officers and philanthropists of the age. 1 pon k. y :i. r ii ;.,Xw upliei l Iy wi .
to the Fernandina harbor since the the waterway from Cumberland GARDEN CLUB OF FERNANDINA, on Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 15th, the every hand people are clamorinrg to piriii in -: i >t;tts.
construction of the jetty system in Sound. Georgia and Florida. to the FLORIDA, which is now being or- Fernandina Construction Co. elected understand more clearly the prinmi- 'l ,.: 1 ..i.nt.\ 1892. It is a natural deep water Mississippi river will be assigned in ganized, are invited to send their the same officers who served this or- ples of peace and the onenes-s of ip. i rt:i; ... i r t.l.,i'pM i,
land-locked harbor and it is seldom the near future to a board of three names to post office Box 786, Fer- ganization last year, as follows: E. R. humanity to which the Baha'i lead rs ntl'
that any dredging or other repairs officers. Lieut.-Col. Mark Brooke, nandina. It is intended that mem- Hlood, president: .1. B. Stewart, vice and their followers have borne wit- \ '' '. i !,
are needed to enable the largest!district engineer at Jacksonville, bership shall be limited to women president; Raymond Wolff, secretary ness by trials and suffering and nat ,ii! i u :l ..n:
freighters with full cargoes to enter Florida; Major T. II. Emerson, dis- who take an active interest in horti- and treasurer. Directors: E. R. death. .in i .. in I..., li h.e
without towage and leaving under trict engineer at Mobile, Alabama, culture, and who are owners of, or Hood, K. C. Garvin, 0. R. Sanders, Those who are familiar with the is al t r. o. ty "'l l:.-
their own steam. The harbor has and Major L. E. Lyon, the district give personal care to gardens. Those J. B. Stewart and Raymond Wolff. Baha'i doctorines believe t h a t or of it it *,'r,:'- itrt p.lis, l:-
thirty-one feet of water on the outer engineer at Montgomery. Alabama. who wish to join are requested to The company has under consider- through knowing. understanding, pri:ie :,: .l;-;.l.h t
bar, which is sufficient for the lar-' The commission has requested the send in their names by February ation the erection of sever:il new and living the principles of the Spirit- Na:.-:.:; ., 1 r. i. h 'ir.'
gest freighters afloat to enter with- appointment of local committees in 22nd, 1927. Dues are $1.00 per houses, the exact locations of which ual Kingdom, men will becilome unit- 'so. ,.'i pi ne.r
out the slightest difficulty. the counties which this canal will year, payable in advance. The for- have not as yet been deterniinld. ed; the various religious sects andI con It l *'. itry l'i:i-
traverse,. so that the data necessary nation of this club is endorsed by cults will cease to exist as such. andl i.. .... "' i' I '*.'ar : l :1ill
LITTLE ANDREW ALLAN RE- to be submitted to the hearings, when the Woman's Club of Fernandina, PAIR FINED FOR TAKING OYS- all men will live as lrt,,hers. Tlihe, l:,, t r|,l!V i.r'v
CEIVES PAINFUL WOUND held, may he very complete and help and has its hearty support. TERS FROM GERBING I.ANDS Baha'i Cause is actually bringing ii'". '* ,:,lt., .I-!,
to secure a favorable report by these about this inillenni:' condition. ,' ". ,' '. t l
eminent engineers. The names of the HILLIARD WINS AND E. Baarkly and M. Bundv, of lu- Through its t,.aching.s :.,l influence p' ', h, iill
Little Andrew Allan. son of Mr. l al o ca l,mimittte are to be forwarded *, t, ,, ,
Little Andrew Allan s on of Mr. local committee are to be forwarded LOSES AT BASKETBALL val county,. were arrested on the 11th the spiritual limitation otf an und- '
and Mrs. A. S. Allan, sustained a to tihe Florida State Canal Commis- ___ of February by eput SiEriff I. II. veloped humanity are t. omed to dis- t I ..' .i. ,1: l k,,i
painful wound in his hip while at sion at Tallahassee. and literature Hiin m fr tykinf o voters appear. and tr the love ot lt
play with some companions late Wed- and other infornmatin for use of the Hilliard boys' basketball team won ligginlth iam fr taking oysters appear. and, trutmn. wI. isf here lovn e ', it i ,,f th ,
nesday afternoon, by being shot committee will then be mailed direct a game from St. Ge ga., by the frnt lte lro which (. t t rulingg If (N awill ranifd among t 'i .. i '
either with an air rifle or a stray shot to each member. It is recommended coe to of Amelia Island. Both were tried men.-Adv.
from some careless hunter. Andrew, that these names be sent in immed- a game to the grls o f the same tIon Mo y before II. V. Burgess,
in company with another companion, lately to the commission. dy tne score o o e l ustie of the Pe e. and fined $ .00 GENTLEMEN PREFER THEM, i". Ii
had left his bicycle at the home of a i as follows: Powell (5) forward. and c.sts. Justice Burgess making COLLEEN BECOMES BLONDE iitr t,*\ ti, r. ilt !i
boy friend and the two walked out to; MRS. J. HUGHES ENTERTAINS Wingo (8), forward; Bulford (1)' the fine light for the first offense :
the Indian mounds, where they heard HER SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS center; J. Wingo (2), guard Brew( antd fn alihount ,f the advanced Chan"ing from a *.rn.tte tto :,t l' u,. ,,
some shooting. Andrew felt a sting- I ster, guard. St. George: Landrew years of Bundy. blonde is a seri-u m:it.r with U :. .... I,,
ing sensation in his hip, and tkin .,,lftrn,,,,n Trs. J. Hughes (2) forward; Wiltonforward; Hana, U. S. EN N-EERS- HERE YES- scr star. ,m .r
some papers out of his pocket, found entt'rtainecd hr Sundhy school class center; Thompson, guard; Suggs (1 H, ('cileen Mo,,re, wh,,,. lan".'
that he had been shot either by a at her home on Cedar street with a guard. Referse-Raynor, of Folks- TERDAY INSPECTING WORK I,,,I has ,ecome w,,.rld fam,-. .i. '"' .*. i.. !.-
stray shot from a shotgun or an air Valentine party. ton, Ga. .1aj or W. T. Thimtpsin. I. S. I)ist. l atil flr week htf,,r,, th ti ,i ,t: '. n
rifle. Securing his bicycle, he rode At 2 o'clck the guests assembled, Enimier, and A t nt Ear I, n lo curls in h, ,. I' ; : : ",u: t':,,';1
down town in search (If a doctor, but 'Engineer, :nt A ssn-ta t Eiginttr t n cl
down town indin search one, he f a docded tor but regardless of the inclement weather. ATTENTION, O. E. S. alph F. Rhods, of Savannah. a. r "Twinkletoe." whi., com.-,, ,
not finding one he proceeded to or Ten were present. After enjoying ATTENTION 0. E. S. pi the Rex Theatre next Monday ii
sey's Drug Store and had his wound .. ---and .1. S. ('arruther.-. .A sistaint IsI. '
drssedbyMr R B hacki wo games until tired out, Mrs. Hughes Fernandina Chapter No. 55. O. E. Engineer. of Brunsw.ick. ;a.. were uh wastlaf. r ,- nier Jt,,ing story of Peta.
thdressed by Mr. R. B. Lockwood, whi t had them all seated on thet' porch and is., will celebrate its fifteenth anni- here Thursdlay making an inspectin Sl he' was afraid ppie im iglht 11 lu,.. n. .t week's Leader. It was
then took him home, nwh ere he is get-iously all-day sucke'rs" were passed. Then versary February 25th instead of the of the jetty work jusit completed and .like h('r in blonde hair af int' h. vig'n '* .. I.ading poultry journal
tinuredg along nicely, not being seriously a silver tray f initial crackers was 18th. All members are urged to at- dreding being done i Vrn:- 'en her as a brunett ev'.r ine for purpose of showing other
ju brought out. spelling out the differ- rtend. tdinte pictures. Bie th- Niuht':i c ,,n, ,n,tidl how they may capitalize
ent childreiis names, which proved I the colorful Limehotn, Nights story. .
ST. MARGARET'S GUILD WILL amusing as each one came forward Thomas Burke rmefn r, so oftnt t, on c
HOLD CHICKEN SUPPER 22ND to claim their own. .Just at this time emsoucIIhuHImW mimuIIImlIIiII'IIIhII'' blonde ea rl an. h:n th ,.y ERS PARISH GUILD
a dtoor opened. where in every nook s eem so much a part of the char r
On Friday evening, February 22. and corner hung "red hearts," and that the decision was made. EXPRESSES ITS THANKS

at 6:00 p. m., a chicken supper will just where the little tots could reach, Those who have seen this fir-t N:
be served at the Yulee Community hung the Star CL.s Valentines, tional picture, which John Ml'r ,"r ft'r I'ri-h
House by St. Margaret's Guild of St. which were pinned on each child as mick produced, are tenhusi:'-tic ovEr i. ..'.. their tarti-t-
Peter's Episcopal Church. The menu they came forward. Colleen as a blonde. ".. ..- frier,,i 'Aht i
will be as follows: Olives, celery Meade lligginbotham, Jr. proved, ,. ,; ina mik intI t. ent.r-
hearts, creamed chicken in patties,po-, himself mascot and wore home ai Dollars spent at home return t, :" ,. h wa- t*lt la-t Friday.
tato salad, pickles, coffee, bread and heart almost as large as himself. the spender in better police prote ..o. -: i!-, the manave-
butter, lemon pie. The public is cor-, Several views were made and all' FAMILY REMEDIES =Vtion, better fire protection, better ". ',x fr the advertising
dially invited, Ileft for home in a jolly good humor. ILschools and better churches. .* '* '-re" .
Rotary Club Had Good Attlendance FLMS Annual Election Chamber of Commerce

At Regular Weekly Luncheon Monday TOILET REQUIREMENTS Board of Governors On March 1
Complete Prescription Department I
The Fernandina Rotary Club held Mich.: J. E. Williams, of Chicago, Ill., ICE CREAM, CANDIES The regular meeting of the Io ..-r. tary before the above
one of the best sessions in the his- Father Tom Jones and William Over- o=If Governors of the F.rnarii ,
tory of the organization on Monday street. Messrs. Giouque and Will- i Chamber of Commerce wa- post: .re ari ten mnimbers of the
from 12:30 till 1:30 o'clock, when iams came to Fernandina to spend ed from Friday until Monlay r f t ,,,rnrs.t' fliv th be elect-
almost every member Bms present to the winter and were guests of the S d -n nearly every member r wa intr, -0'-' t -' 'f. rtelivn the highest
take part in the weekly feast which local Rotary Club at Monday's lunch- ent. a* 1:" ,r ,: ,t tes at the last annual
Albert Simon, of the Keystone Hotel eon. "The Stee Accommodating" It was decided to hold the at ', .-.. *'. n ehlcted for two years.
had prepared. Byron B. Brooks, president, pre. i election of governors on Tue-,la. i' ',-- who will hold over are B. B.
(~hi.f amonn those who made talks sided in his usual pleaslhg way. and Phoe 4 FERNANDINA. FLA. = March Ist, and ballots will be. n- led r..i k I, \ Sadler. J. 0. Cassidy,



Fag Tw ASAiCUT LEAER i iA itA LOIAFrdy ebur ,12


Coming to Fernandina for Three Days-Friday,

Saturday and Monday, March 18th, 19th and 21st

OF MILK THIS WINTER An enlightening suggestion was e
F MImade as to why people succeed, o
By Halin L. Brown 'when Edsel Ford said that he and his h
Extension Dairyman father, Henry Ford, would not sell a
Dairy development in Florida their business for a billion dollars p
confronted with the same conditions because they were "having too much s
found in every other sparsely settled fun" in running it. This ,s quite a
state. It is necessary to produce contrast to many thousands of busi-
milk at such cost that the fluid milk ness men whose affairs ar' mn hey f :
can be converted into the various oburden then alo to nillins of :
milk products, as ice cream, butter, worktheir jobs against their l o
buttermilk, condensed and evaporat-ther the clock all day.
ed milk. and other by-products that watch
may be stored and offered to the i Probably the great majority of o
consumer as supply and demand people who have made considerable a
warrant. successes had this same feeling that
There has been lots said and writ- they enjoyed what they were doing.
ten ab1ut the great shortage of milk They felt so adequate for their jobs
in It has often been stated that it was a pleasure to go down to t
thit Florida imports $24,000.000 the old desk every morning, and do
worth of dairy products annually. one more day's work. Many work-
Much space has been given in papers men who take pride in their perftor-
and magazines to the number of cars mance have also had that feeling.
of milk being shipped into the state and it made their work much in de-
,.ach day during the winter of 1925- mand.
1926. Many of our great staitesnmen have
This news has been broadcasted to had that sentiment. Though they
the world, about our Florida dairy
conditions, as an inducement to in- think that the health officers of the
terest dairymen from other states to state will require that the milk be
,.nom to 4 'horida. and buy lands to produced under their inspection, as
establish dairy farms. Prices for much as possible to safeguard the
fluid milk in the various towns of the health of the consinum'rs.
state were quoted, as a basis of es-
tiniating the profits to be derived
from dairying in Florida. i T OF F
Now at the beginning of 1927 we CI I
h:ve a surplus of home-produced
fluid milk in practically all our dairy
centers in the state. This is a con- REPORT FO Trill.': 11NTIl O1O" J.i A
edition that has not existed in the last --
z to 10 years. In fact, there are no RECEIPTSt
records of Florida ever having a sur- Ta xes. (x,. I.. I .1.. ,
plus of milk during the winter sea- I.i,'enst's
011n. Prior to the summer of 1925 T:\
we always had a summer surplus, o1. Tax
but the dairyman counted on the 'Tax Itelo., .
winter season to bridge him across it.'nt ,of ( 'it i..t
his summer losses. litis,', an, ,,
Many farmers in all parts of the S''" t' i,"'s,
state are being cut off of a market
for their milk as a result of these T",tal ',"'.
conditions. When a careful survey is DISI'RE1MIE'NTS:
made of our dairy imports, it is safe I',,l ri .'ies I' itn'
toI guess that the major portion of Fir. I l et
Str.'t 't I lit.
tl-ese imports came in as butter, t 1 ll t ,r ,
che:'se, condensed milk and milk pow- 'it% I ii ;- 4141 1 n1 ir k
d e rs. t',n ,tr. r:ir *i. r l"II '.
C;h arity
Florida dairymen can supply all of I'uiblicity
the fluid milk needed of a better rentingg al l.,-
quality, and at cheaper prices than i'oniing,-nt
our supplies of imported milk. It Interst and si nkini"i I. td
seems reasonable to think we will Total I i.urii.,nt.
import cheese for many years, and CASH ACC('I NT
part of our butter supply until costs ;n,,., F rl :in ..in1 ::itl
of production are reduced. How- c'a h I.:tl: ,c j r,,..,ini .; -:,r
ever, Florida dairymen are entitled to 1tnii. .. .n r.,i i-n.i
a claim on all the fluid milk con- lt-r(s! l 11 | |.'ni
sumed in the estate. The value of Total ('a.i.iion H, ti. .I..1 :: 21 I':';
fluid milk for drinking purposes is
not improved by age, as are some
other drinks. It seems reasonable to

ived through stormy times and met
ll kinds of calumny, yet they enjoy-
ed it all. Theodore Roosevelt was
one of those. Even though his foes
hit him hard and often poured out
ibuse on him., yet he took it all as a
)art of the game and enjoyed the
The women who formerly looked
it housework as a distasteful task.
have found these later times hard
nd burdensome with servants s.carce
and expensive. The modern voung
wonian who is trained to make
housekeeping a fine art, is also one
of those who look at the task as fun.
and she is successful in her <-phftre.
We all need something of that
spirit of enjoyment of our \-,,rk if
we are going to make good at it. If
that is lacking, we have the wr,.ri
point of view somehow. Perha,,<
we got into something that we were
not fitted for, or no one ever showed
us what a satisfaction it is to excel
in some form of effect.

latro.t of the Cripi.LJ
st. i.l '. wAs o', n ,ation ii t'r!p-
.,i. ,-:;isse li r*-i.tsw ild to be ctured
if l:i.n-,.t-s. i.i \ as : a ;reek whn
*;IIIr to Il''r:ainc in the Sevenith ,i.i
*ilur. anil te-c:ai:i The head of a 10-
nSit. .,ilc <-stl lblih tni nt.


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Real a nt!rtainnient of such educa- of their gaspworthy deceptions to the
tional inmportance th:t it drew writ- eye.
ten praise from Wnodrw Wilson and It is certain that all of our com-
Warren ;. Ilardint:, i. the program imunity is interested in the three
merit \ L,'ch h as given nation-wide things, choosing a vocation, the
celebrity ", ',e I;:,.lcl;t'f. Clhautau- choosing of habits and choosing indi-
qua, c tom .n t I'rnald na for tlhre vidual ideas. Guidance in these per-
days. M.ii P I I *, 2. sonal points is a priceless help to any
lntr;ris, :I '., :.iul \,,calists, mra- individual-and the greatest minds
gici:an-. '.. .! t.4[ ,. artists 44of have contributed to what three brill-
manny ':, ,..n ;|h program iant Radcliffe lecturers have to say
which i s, ;i.. I .. :tt its value is on the subjects. These are the after-
equal for t!. y.,;.'.; at eighty. eigh- noon themes to be discussed by Dr. J.
teen or '.t "(, .,4. :,rd Take," the E. Aubrey, Dr. W. T. S. Culp and Dr.
New Y,,rk it :v IYih;t convulsed Albert Marion Hyde. At night, the

Broadway. ,.,!< ;-' r. -;utation be-
fort theP R t icl f -l I'., as "the
!gglst sli, on milrthll." There has
t(.4-n grva; 'ir in ii.agic, circles over
,n4i, of tihe n arve,!,u< f, ats vxclusi-
. perfrin (1 y T 'l ,. Dietrics.

subjects will be "The Blind Goddess."
"The Silent Umpire," and "The Old
Birch Rod," dealing with man's strug-
gle to make law, the unwritten laws
which underline the principles of suc-
cea-s, and the power of parental au-
thority, which has shaped the moral

TI. mys t.firs i:i\ pI77zz.le' tluh ch::r.cter of humanity.
coun:r.'s. m;i-t cr trickstetrs with some As a striking musical entertain-

NOBODY'S WIDOW" on Aliss Joy and you see the really
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ment, the Alexander Novelty Four
makes merry melody glitter its gold-
en gayety from a score of instru-
ments. The Alexanders play with a
skill to thrill you to your toes, their
selections ranging from the operatic
to the "blues" that reach your shoes,
so it is said.
There arc two daily performances,
afternoon :mand night, with program
change at each one. The price of
the Adult Season Ticket is only
$2.00, making an average cost of less
than seventeen cents for each fea-
t ire. Junior Season Tickets are but
$1.00 each, thereby putting this un-
usually fine program within the reach
of every man. woman and child in the
community. The Local Chautauqua
Committee. which has purchased this
program because it believes that the
Radcliffe ( Chautauqua is a valuable
institution, cordially invites you to
attend throughout the entire three


,* ,'J Joy! She ceased husband. The role gives him In spite f all the efforts made to
* :. ,1in. :ti-l she ist an ,opportunity for a de luxe presen- check losses, hby fire, people still keep
'.v .~ forever in tati,-n of the barefoot boy that made on doing careless things. As it
S k:'. lir imone- him. Personally, we think our Char- seems almost impossible to cure these
'',r !.,a'dria, shlit' be- lie Ray's "come back." habits, it becomes necessary
1 cli.icc | At the Rex Wednesday. to have efficient fire protection, so
iin'-h. ha- nt, soon- that the community is safeguarded
,' tht. lln.. John against these heedless folks who fail
v \,rs him in the A Washington's Birthday Thought to take proper precautions against
r" \W'.:i:n. Is she to this peril.
:.,.k I.eauty is really It was said of George Washington That means in most places that the
m *,u1( ont.o for whom that above all he was the master of fire den armentm equipment will need
p.,pe of dinners? himself. There is where he differed constant m iidrnization. and that
'" ndinr out unless from ordinary folks, who are perpet- enough mine.y lie spent so that a well,
S -i. .l t,hn to, explain. ually yittlding to weaknesses in their organized force of firemen will al-I
I'd ,oh. own natures. ways he ready to. put out the fires
." aw\;y. On that Our ideals tell us we ought to started l.y carele-sness. or by causes
1! tl .t;.y no mtmore. he always working for self improve- so ol',,cre that no one could guard
.. 'much dis- nients. but our somewhat spineless against them.
S" United natures permit the hours and days
Si .- fr;.nds she up t slip away without much addition PUBLIC NOTICE
'!'I" t -'!' has been to our powers. While (;eorge Wash-
i ,.s been be- nton fully enjoyed the pleasures Public notice is hereby given that,
of life. he always found time for Ac- neither the Master. Owners. Agents
: .: ',. beguiling q uiring new knowledge. nor Consignee.- *,f the American SS.
', ',,' she Our principles tell us we should "F'LI'OR SPAR" will be responsible
SmT frin.t swho make large sacrifices for our country. for debts of any character contracted
t1 f n w' but our indolent habits keep many by any officer or member of the crew
4, as ,, ti, e ,f us away from the p,1lls on election of said steamer whatsoever other than
.,. ...-" li ths day, and we say it gives us a head- by Master. Furthermore, when such
y m.. ktndly i ache to study the needs of our bills are contracted, the undersigned
..1 ti kindly government. If George Washington !agents will not be responsible for
S r,,ny was could stake everything he had for ; payment of same unless debtors have
his beloved country, the rest of us bills properly approved by Master of
S'. -'t's ilttle might spend a few minutes each day 'vesel and keep in touch with this of-
S' fr a :lit on the labors of patriotism and corn- fice as to vessel's departure, when
S:- i and ends unity upbuilding.they will be notified time at which
S.. r air. "Situ- their bills must be presented at our
:4 f., t! rwlste become office in order to secure settlement.
:-, c s. and it is not till New York state has set the other BAILEY-DAVIS CO., INC.,
< L :k 4 tifat tihe ones states a good example. It doubled Agents.
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prise to Many Buyers

"Everybody, of course, has heard of the Ford car,
but the surprising thing is the number of people who re-
ally do not know the improved Ford car of today," C.
W. Lasserre, Ford dealer, said today.

"'Why, I didn't know a Ford car was anything like
this,' is a remark we often hear from people who come
in to look the cars over or who ride in one of the im-
proved cars.

"There was never a time when so much quality was
built into Ford cars as at present, nor was there ever a
time when such excellent transportation could be pur-
chased for so little money.

"The Ford engine today is better than it ever was
before, and because of the new vaporizer, has greater
power, operates smoother and gives greater mileage per
gallon of gasoline. Then there are the all-steel bodies,
the attractive upholstery in the closed cars and the new
finish, Pyroxylin, which is the finest and most durable
automobile finish ever developed.

"These are all things that have added quality to the
present day Ford car.
"And I might add that as people become more ac-
quainted with this quality they are turning more and
more to the Ford car as their choice.

"When you come to think it over, there must be a
lot of dollar value in the Ford car or so many people
wouldn't be driving them."











Pae Two

Friday, February is, 1927

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Friday, February IS, If? NAS~~~~=mus=UCUT EDR ENNDNFOIAPi E


Scientists Hang Up New As-
tronomical Record.

Boston, Mass.-Discovery of a new
comet on the same day as the redis-
covery of an old one by the man who
originally found it was the astronomi-
cal record hung up by European as-
tronomers recently, according to Dr.
Harlow Shapeley. Doctor Shapley is
director of the Harvard college ob-
servatory, which acts as a clearing
house for news of astronomical discov-
The new comet was picked up by
Dr. J. Comas-Sola, director of the
Fabra observatory at Barcelona, Spain,
and following the usual practice, will
become known to astronomers as
Comas-Sola's comet.
When discovered, It was in the con-
stellation of Cetus, the Whale, which
can be seen In the southeastern sky in
the evening. It was juoving to the
southwest, but as It is of the twelfth
magnitude. a good-sized telescope lit
now required to see it.
Neujmain'u comet was the cele-tial
visitor which returned, and was picked
up the same day by Dr. G. Neujmin at
the observatory at Simels, ltu.ssa.
Doctor Neujmlu originally found th'-
comet on February 24, :t191. and calcu-
lated that Its orbit would bring it lat; k
every five and one-half years. In No'-
vember 16, 11r"A, he photo.graphetd a.
strange celestial object, which is be
lived to have been ills ctnmet, lut as
suftl'ient observations to accuiratel.
determine Its orbit were not tbtained
this is not certain.
When rediscovered on tbis trial.
Neujmin's comet was in the coni .telia-
tlon of Leo the Lion, near the handd',
of the familiar "Sickle," which can bte
seen in the eastern sky fur a f-vw
hours before sunrise. It is exen
fainter than Comas-Sola's was of the fourteenth macz.itu.le.

France May Sell Prison
of "Man in Iron Mask"
Parls.-Plans of the Fren.-h govern-
ment to sell the island of st-. M:arg>u-
rite, where the "Man in the Iri
Mask" was imprisoned for ten years.
have met with much antagonism. The"
report that British capital was pinn-.
ning to turn the island into a mniotiel
winter resort has brought pr.'essa-
tions from every part of the Ridiera.
The district is already objectini.g to
the numerous subdivisions financed
by foreign capital.
The island of Ste. Marguerite. *hich
is about four miles in circumference.
is situated at the mouth of the Can-
nes bay. The "Man in the Iron Mask."
made famous by Dumas. was nm-ar-
cerated in the Ste. Marguerite fortre. in 16M7. History still disputes his
Identity. It is reported that the French
government has been offered a large
sum for the Island. but newspapers
and societies are fighting the pro-
posed sale.

Rain-Making Machinery
Constructed in Russia
Leningrad.-A factory for liui:d'ing
rain-making machinery is under ct.;-
structi.':. here. The leni:iignid Mel:,'-
rative institute recently sent a rain
making expedition to thet remote trans-
Caucasian farming station of Ganji. t.
make careful experit:meuts in rain
production. On the baais of this ex-
pedition's report of brilliant success.
construction of the factory was teiun.
Further tests in the Mugan steppe a:!
in central Asia art being made. T!,.
nature of the rain making metho, a.,l
the character of mnachinery necesssar.
to produce rain on demand have not
yet been explained.

360-Pound Snake Caught
After More Than a Year
Rio de Janelro.-A giant "Sa.-cri"
snake, member of the boa family.
more than 30 feet ini ..ngth and weigh
ing 360 pounds. 'as rc,,ently cap:urrd
in the state of Ma'to Gross.- and
brought to the Rio de Janeiro zoologi-
cal garden bIy Ignasc:, Augusto Nas l-
mento. who led a party that pursued
the snake for r..or than a year. N'a*-
cimento set out toi, t.:,ure the largest
snake ever seer. h:er-. and succeede-d
Twelve men were ::.eded to handle
the boa when it Arr.ved at the oo00.

Otherwise All Right
New York.- T .-: as F. Manvill'.
Jr.. heir of mi'ar. hI.nks his wife i l
"a wonderful k!d.' ? : hbe and she are
not suited tet:pri::entally, and s.'
they have separ-.:-. le advertises
he will not be r. ponsible for her
debts, but is racing her $1.At.) a
month. She was o:... his father's sect

Device May Help Find
Ships on Ocean's Bed
Tacoma. \Vash.- -rsvttte
tragedies of the Pad&c may
soon be revealed by a device I
adapted froin the hydrtiphbone.
which detects the grating souMI
of hulls on the ocean bed. Lieu-
tenant Ctmmander T. J. Meyers
of the coast and geodetic survey
Ita wounding the ocean floor up
and down the Wahington co"st
and plans to drag a Lumber of
locations to esabllash the origin
of trance noises. The geodetic
surmtrs are working off the
mouth fC tMe Colu:.bIa riser, a
graTeyard oft old sailing W 0

Fish's Odd Method
of Attracting Prey
For a long time It was considered
that the nearest allies of the angler
fish, well kwown In British waters,
were ish living on or near the bottom
of the sea. But recent Investigations
show that there is another group that
live In midwater at depths of from
1,600 to .~A.J) feet from the surface.
This region presents conditions in-
hospitable to life, and as conditions
must be almost uniform from season
to season, by day and by night. pe-
culiar modiitentions are to be expected
In creatures capable of adaptation to
such a slriuige environment.
Perhaps, otie of the oddest concerns
the primary need for the maintenance
of the -'.peies. How can a fish find
Its mniat, in the-e vast, trackless,
gloomy. paic-s,. where they are pre-
vented fronm living in shoals by the
poverty, of the food supply? It has
been f.,undl that in some of the spe-
cies the uin;les are minute dwarfs liv-
ing a~s pltr:iteis attached to the fe-
Mo-s'~f he 'isih live wholly on other
tish. ::;il. l;,-' the angler fish. obtain
their lpre'y by attracting it and then
eiil n:','-" it in capacious months
arinedl wifli s!nrp :and ilexible teeth
ithi! lv'il, I wairdi towards the c bullet.
T1 ti rihin_' a,i;i;pratus is developed
from one of the ,It I'S of the dorsal
tlil. ;n111l coinists of a stiff but movable
ha-al part. thel rld; a loni flexible
part, the line: mnui a tip with barbs.
replrpeentin' the lihok. The bait Is
a luminous bulb. the outer skin being
nearly truis;aarent and c,,ntalning a
ilandular sact which shed< a secretion
by a pore.-Vatncouver Province.

Many Luminous Plants
Known tS Naturalists
-Ilon worms are not the only living
things that are luminous. Several
plants and1 parts of plants have the
power of .hiziing in the dark.
Tlrhere is. for example. a luminous
no.-'s. It can be seen in crevices
rnione rock, and large groves by the
roadside. so,;::e;imes in patches meas-
uring A-ix or seven inches across. The
conion i tPi:,. til gives off a light.
too--just c''-e near the roits. If the
roots are al'i. up and cleaned of soil.
, they wii 1-t- clearly outlined in the
* darkness by a pale green phosphores-
The light ziven off by decaying
wood is coluni :i enough. but few peo-
ple perhaps have noticed the light
given off by !eaves during the fall of
the year. When beech and oak leaves
start decaying tL:ey glow with much
the same kind of light that comes from
fresh fish.
This ::.lgI is caused by tiny threads
that are interwoven into the plants
and are --,-ential to their health, al-
though oftm '. they do not start glow-
ing until :' pla:.ts are either dying
or dead. It- toe- andermie.of a- glow-
ing beech leaf is examined under a
magnifying glass, small yellow spots
will be seen. These are the center
of the fibers, and if one is disturbed
with the Ipi-nt of a pin It will glow
more br1thiily for a few minutes.

Finishing Sealskin
Natural sealskin is so heavy and
salt-impregnate'l. so thick, greasy and
coarse-haired, that no woman would
care to wear the fur until It had been
properly dressed. It requires a num-
ber of operations to finish the raw
skins. They are washed. dried.
cleaned with oil-s :,ked sawdust and
sklve'l to one-third of their original
thickness. Tie skiing requires the
most sensitive touch, as the knives
must go d "ep enough to loosen the
roots of the stiff hairs hut must not
touch the rooIts of the fur itself When
the hir.-;as are loosened the sk.ns are
turned over and the bristles are
ruttei ut. The sk-ns then go to the
hot rt,:us. were the fur side is ex-
posed to. lasts of hot air. The last
tperat;:-,n Is t. ,e eyeingg that gives the
fur its hara,':er!si'c coIor. Unlike
ordinary tRl.tng;. .salskin is colored by
being '. ;aiited with coat after coat of
dye, put cn w .h a tbru!-h.

An Alibi for Ed
Two backwooeadsmen in Maine
knocked at the -la-or of a house at
the edge of the forest. "Heilo. Ed"'
said one of thm-in to the farmer who
came to the door. "Sa\. we come
across tO.e !-.-'y of a man over
there i: :ae !.' .:-,w an' we kinds
thfrht :wa' y a.a
"That X.? What'd he look like?
asked !!.-- far-er.
'VWel. !.e wa< abt'ut y-ur build-"
"Have on a gray lannel shirtr"

-Wac tty.v knee out's s or hip tboots
1Let's -*. wy;, >1 was t. ey. Char,
ley. knee boots or v t ots? Oh. yes.
they was hip 1<.'o
7.-." sa..^ "h,. farmer. "'Twasn't
e."-Bt.-He. TaKnew

He Knew Better


On the initiative of women's clubs,
dramatic societies, etc., notice has
been taken in many places of Nation-
al Drama week, appointed from Feb.
13 to 19. We have also heard much
of late in regard to the "Little Thea-
ter" movement, and efforts to pro-
mote fine dramatic performances in
cities and towns all over the country.
It would be a fine thing if thrre
could be a development of amateur
dramatic talent everywhere. In ev-
ery community there are a good num-
ber of people who have a gift for
theatrical work, and they should be
Encouraged to develop this talent.
SThey get more or less chance to do so
at present through amateur perform-
ances given for churches, societies,
etc.. but they should have more ep-
portunity in this line.
It is a fine thing when a group of
people get together to present worth
while dramas in their home commun-
ity. Those who take part obtain
valuable training in self possession
and the development of personality.
and the proper presentation of suoh,
a play is mentally enlarging and
If the people in the various cities
and towns will get together and pre-
sent good clean plays in a clever way.
they will no doubt be well patronized,
and they will demonstrate that sub-
stantial people want entertainment
of that type. which will have its in-
fluence over the professional stage
in the country at large.

It takes competent coaching to
put on an amateur play effectively.
and people are more critical about
such performances than formerly.
Many bright people should study the
art of effective dramatic presenta-
tion. so that when amateur plays are
put on, they will compare favorably
with professional performances.


The national crime committee ha'-
drafted a bill to be sent to the various
state legislatures, with the hope of
securingg uniform legislation govern-
ing the sale of firearms. It is far
too easy now for the crook element
tto get their guns.
When a man becomes firmly fixed
Jn a life of crime, he will no dt-ubt be
able to obtain these weapons in some
crooked way. But it could be made
,more difficult for the young fellows
.just starting in such ways. to obtain
these weapons. Men and boys of
doubtful character ought not to be
allowed to have them. and in the lack
Sof such weapons, they would often
ibe referred from some rash act that
would ruin their lives.


The achievement of George Wash-
ington in energizing the forces of the
nation in a cause that many times
seems the remotest of forlorn hopes.
is an illustration of what one man can
do. Most of us quit when we s,-,
some seemingly impossible task a-
head. But George Washington said
nothing was impossible that ough* t,.
be done. and his faith h... madam
America what it is today.

Is there a surplus of milk produced
in Florida? One good way to help
increase consumption is to produce
milk cheaper and sell it at a lower
price than it is now being sold at.



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T HE continued growth of Florida will require an estimate-
expenditure of more than $3.800,000 during 1927 for add
tlons, extensions and replacements to the Bell Telephone
System throughout the State.

This follows closely the record-breaking telephone con.
traction program of last year. which involved a gross expen-
diture of $10.000.000, and similar work in 1925 costing $C,000.000

The lesser requirements for 1927 means that the immediat-
demand for service has Leen met. and that the construction
program this year wili keep pace with the growth of the State

The unprecedented growth of Florida made it necessary *
construct new building anrd install new or enlarged telephor
systems in sixteen cit.-s ':.a-iTn the two years. Tnis was
program which would or: a-.r Ty cover a period cf five yar'
or more.

It is now estimated tnri more than 1,.4Ur0 new telephior-
.v'll be added to the Bell System in Flor da this year.

The expansion of tie ecrvce makes it more valuable to
-very user. and is fur-her evidentc- of our c "rfrj nce in the growth and p r.per vy -f F-eat c" ,

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Money deposited with this Bank
is always within your reach-at
the same time you are protected
from the risk of burglary, fire or
needles. spending.

The best place to deposit your
v.ilj:! le.: is in the Safety Deposit
Vaults of this Bank.

There are no degrees in safety-









Old papers for
for 5c a bundle.

sale at this office

Greeting Cards andI Framed Mot-
toes, half price. The Gift Shop.
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Mr. and Mrs. R1. V. Nolan motored
to Folkston, Ca. Sunday.
Phone 24 for your Electrical trou-
Phone 24 for your Electrical trou-


Mrs. Geo. Burt is spending the
week in St. Petersburg with friends.
The Electric Shop No. 13 South
3rd Street Phone 24 tf
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haddock, of
Kings Ferry, were in Fernandina
SWEET PEAS, 50c per bunch.
Mrs. G. W. Boring. South Sixth St.

Miss Llorrie Terry, of Jackson-
ville, was the week-end guest of Mrs.
Meade Higginbotham.
Why not call The Electric Shop for
your wants in this line. Phone 24 tf
Mrs. W. T. Haile and daughter,
Miss Reba Haile, spent yesterday in
Jacksonville, shopping.

Sanka, the new coffee, which is
97 per cent free from caffeine, 70c
per can at the Island City Market.
A. N. Jones, of Yulee, was greet-
ing his many friends in Fernandina
All Tallies, 2 and 3 for five cents.
Prizes, 50c, 75c and $1.00. The Gift
oMrs. W and Mrs
Mrs. W. M. Brooks and Mrs. C.

WAoption Prewitt spent Thursday in Jackson-
WANTED-To rent with option ville, shopping.
of buying, a farm, near Fernandina, ville, shopping.
Fla. R. Gardner, Waycross, Ga. I 0
Fla. R. GardnerWaycrossGa. Furnished apartment down stairs.

FRESH OYSTERS DAILY at H. iGreen Tree Inn, corner Cedar and
0. Livingstone's. Phone 87. tf Eighth streets.
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Miss Lola Bunker, of Jacksonville, Friends of H. S. Sahlman will re-
spent the week-end here with her gret to learn that he is suffering
parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Bunker. from an attack of mumps.
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FRESH OYSTERS DAILY at H. FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
0. Livingstone's. Phone 87. tf for light house-keeping. Apply to
S! No. 12, North 5th street.
Meade Higginbotham, accompan- o
ied by Meade. Jr., and D. B., spent' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cason, of
Saturday in Jacksonville. Jacksonville, were the week-end
---- guests of Mrs. Cason's sister and
We print visiting cards. Nassau brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
County Leader. Youngblood.

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Mrs. Ella Hardee and son, Howard,
and the former's mother, Mrs. Mary
A. Davis, spent yesterday in Jackson-
We renovate Mattresses, and you
can pay us at the rate of $1.00 down
and $1.00 a week. Jones-Elder Fur-
niture & Storage Co. 2-18
W. M. Brooks and little nephew,
B. B. Brooks, Jr., spent from Satur-
day until Tuesday night at Sylvester,
Roy Kennard and family, of Jack-
sonville, spent Sunday here very
pleasantly with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kennard, Sr.

Mrs. Henry Cook, of Spring Hill,
spent from Friday until Monday in
the city as the guest of her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. W. Theo Waas.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Prewitt and
daughter spent Sunday in Callahan
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sadler left yes-
terday for West Palm Beach, where
they expect to spend two months at
their winter home.
J. M. Roux, W. Theo Shave and
P. J. Looney enjoyed a hunting trip
to Chiefland Monday and Tuesday,
reporting great luck.

The many friends of Mrs. J. M.
Roux will be glad to learn that she
has recovered from a recent serious

Roswell Matthews, of Sarasota,
was the guest of his family, who are
visiting Mrs. Matthews' sister, Mrs.
F. H. Hobein, on Sunday"
R. H. Jones, one of the pioneer
residents of the county, who resides
at Callahan, was greeting his friends
here on Wednesday.
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The American Legion and Ladies'
Auxiliary will hold a fish chowder at
Smith's restaurant tonight. Don't
forget to patronize this event.

H. S. Higginbotham. county com-
missioner from the fifth district, was
in the city from Callahan Wednes-
day. attending the regular meeting
of the county commissioners.
Slightly used White, Singer, Frank-
lin and Standard Sewing Machines,
either electric or foot power, at less
than half the price of a new one.
Jones-Elder Furniture & Storage Co.
Hi. J. Youngblood and father, F.
M. Youngblood, spent the week-end
in Fitzgerald, Ga., guests of the lat-
ter's sons, Lee and Charlie Young-
Going out of business, every thing
to be sold below cost. Now is the
time to secure your Bridge Prizes
and Gifts for every occasion. The
Gift Shop.

N. A. Hotard, of New Smyrna,
who is in charge of the county and
city paving programs, was a business
visitor to Fernandina Tuesday and
We charge Radio Batteries for $1
and also repair Electric Fixtures, at
the 0. K. Cash Store, G. D. Baar-
slag, proprietor, Sixth and Ash
T. B. Ogilvie, the school board man
from Callahan, was in the city on
Wednesday to attend the regular
February meeting of the Board of
Public Instruction.
E. W. Carroll, state license tag
agent for Nassau county, states that
more than twice as many tags have
been issued so far this year than on

Great progress has been made in
the paving of South Eighth street this
week, and several blocks of same will
no doubt be opened up to traffic
within the next several days, as was
the case last week.
Floranid, the new nitrogen fertili-
zer for flowers, berries, shrubbery,
plants, vegetables, etc., is perfectly
odorless, put up in 25, 50 and 75c
cans. For sale at the Island City
Mrs. 11. 11. Haddock, Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. lHaddock, Mr. and Mrs. P. G.
lladdock, attended the funeral of
Mr. Zack Haddock, of Kings Ferry,
at the Brick Yard cemetery, Wed-
Candle Stick Sets, Fruit Board and
Knife, Bread Board and Knife,
Hearth Broom, Crumb Tray and
Scraper and many other useful, at-
tractive gifts at half price. The Gift
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John and
Mrs. W. F. Conner, of Callahan, at-
tended the regular meeting of Fer-,
nandina Chapter No. 55, 0. E. S.,
last Friday evening, Mrs. St. John
being Worthy Matron.
WANTED-Young ladies between
the ages of 18 and 26 to take train-
ing for nurses. High School educa-
tion required. Write to Superinten-
dent of Training School, Harbin Hos-
pital, Rome, Ga. 2-11 to 2-25
The many friends of Mrs. J. R. Mc-
Lellan will regret to learn that she
was taken to Jacksonville this week
and placed in Riverside hospital for
an operation, and all trust that she
will soon be fully restored.
J. tH. Sauls and Mark Johnson, of
Callahan, spent Wednesday in the
city, the former having come over to
attend a meeting of the county bond
trustees, being a member of the
HI.M. Murrhee, of Hilliard, who is
the county commissioner from the
fourth district, was a visitor to Fer-
nandina on Wednesday, having come
over to attend the regular February
session of the board.
Tuesday. February 22nd, George
Washington's birthday, being a legal
holiday in the State of Florida, The
First National Bank of Fernandina
will be closed for business on that

Miss Mercedes Noallas, after spend-
ing two weeks here with her sister,
Mrs. P. E. Stapleton, has returned
to her home in Tampa. Her many
friends among the younger set en-
joyed having her with them again.

L. L. Owens, the county commis-
sioner from Evergreen, was greeting
his friends in Fernandina Wednes-j
dey, on which day he came here to!
be present at the regular February
meeting of the board.
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Ross, of New
Smyrna, spent several days in the
city this week, Mr. Ross having come
here to inspect the gasoline motor
which is to furnish the power for the
new bridge across Kingsley creek,
the company which he represents,
Austin Bros. Bridet Co havinaM built

Miss Pearl Jordan spent the week-
end in Jacksonville, the guest of her
sister, Miss Melrose Jordan.
W. P. Meares, the justice of the
peace from Callahan, was greeting
his friends in Fernandina on Wed-
Send your dyeing and cleaning to
Rogers & Jones, 611 Main street,
Jacksonville, Fla. We prepay parcel
postage on returning.
Hon. H. L. Ezell, representative in
the State legislature, was in the city
on Monday, having come up from
Bradenton for several days.
FOR SALE-Stock of Greeting
and Special Day Cards, Tallies and
Place Cards. The Gift Shop, cor. 6th
and Ash streets.
Mr. Haynes R. Mahoney, of the Ma-
honey Lumber Company, Jackson-
ville, was a visitor in Fernandina on
St. Margaret's Guild of St. Peter's
Episcopal Church will have their an-
nual chicken supper at the Yulee
Community House February 22, 1927.
Mrs. Henry Cook, of Spring Hill,
Fla., arrived Friday and spent sever-
al days with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Theo. Waas.

We handle all kinds of Pianos,
which we are closing out at bargain
prices. Jones-Elder Furniture &
Storage Co. 2-18

Mrs. Louis Goldstein and mother,
Mrs. Mary Scott, went to Jackson-
ville Wednesday, where they visited
the latter's daughter, Mrs. H. J. Mc-
Callum, until yesterday.

Now is the time to buy your Re-
frigerator, before the price advances.
A small down payment will hold your
selection for future delivery. Jones-
Elder Furniture & Storage Co. 2-18
H. M. Murrhee, of Hilliard, who
represents the fourth district, was in
the city on Wednesday, i attendance
upon the regular meeting of the
Board of County Commissioners.

I have a complete line of samples
of the James A. Davis, Inc., Wall
Paper, and am in position to give you
estimates on papering your home.
Call phone 210. tf
Tancred or Wycoff White Leg-
horn Chicks, bred, hatched and pric-
ed right; 15c each to 1,000. 2,000
Live Oak, Fla. It
If you fail to see the piece of fur-
niture that you want in either of our
stores, we can get it for you upon
two days' notice. Jones-Elder Furni-
ture & Storage Co. 2-18
Judge andl Mrs. Edward Swann, of
New York City, returned to Fernan-
dina yesterday from a trip down the
southern part of the State, and are
stopping at the Keystone Hotel.
The many friends of Mrs. J. B.
Stewart will regret to learn that she
is suffering from mumps this week,
as is also her little daughter, Mar-
1H. S. Higginbotham, the county
commissioner from Callahan, was in
the city on Wednesday to attend the
regular February session of the

D. L. Hodges, the member of the
school board from Hilliard, was a visi-
tor to the county seat on Wednesday,
having come over to attend the regu-
lar February meeting of the board.
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Editor King, of the Southeast mornings. During Mrs. Galphin's ill-
Georgian, published at Kingsland, ness and Mrs. Adams' absence in Live
Ga., accompanied by Mr. Lowe, who Oak. due to the death of her brother,
is conducting a contest for the for- Miss Ruth Johnson supplied for both.
mer's paper, spent Monday in the ___
city, Editor King having come over Simplex, the one piece piston ring
to get the Leader to stereotype some with side expansion, embodying all
cuts for him. the good points of multiple rings
o without their faults. Positive re-
Simplex, the one piece piston ring suits given-not merely promised.
with side expansion, embodying all Distributed by Davenport-Brooks
the good points of multiple rings Corporation, phone 91.
without their faults. Positive re- _
suits given-not merely promised. o
Distributed by Davenport-Brooks J. Johnson, of Jacksonville, who
Corporation, phone 91. is promoting the development of

Dr. W. L. C. Mahon, of Jackson-
ville, who is the pastor of the Main
Street Baptist Church, and one of
the most able ministers in the State,
conducted services at the First Bap-
tist Church last Sunday, remaining
in the city until Monday afternoon
for the purpose of securing subscrip-
tions for the new Baptist orphanage
or home which is being established

"Nassau Little Farms," a farm sub-
division near Callahan, on the Dixie
Highway and Fernandina road, was
in the city Tuesday. Mr. Johnson
plans to circulate extensively in the
North and West literature advertis-
ing Nassau county, and was here in
the interest of the same. His propo-
sition is indeed meritorious, and he is
meeting with success, we the glad to
state from the people of both Nassau
and Duval counties.

in Jacksonville. Dlr. Mahon secured
a number ,f substantial donations in 0
behalf of this most meritorious cause. Recently arrived at Lalserre Mo-
tor Co. is an exceptionally good and
thoroughly reconditioned 1925 tour-
Simplex, the one piece piston ring ing car requiring less than $95 cash
with side expansion, embodying all to handle. Not expected to remain
the good points of multiple rings with us long, as it is a very good buy.
without their fault. Positive re- ('all, write or wire for demonstration.
suits given-not mrf ly promised. o
Distributed by lDavenport-Brooks H. F. Sahlman Erecting Cottage
Corporation, phone 91. Contractor C. R. Elliott is busily
John T. Ferreira r th Pn- engaged in the erection of a frame
John T. Ferrei ra.uirv the I hi1-h cottage on North Fourth street, for
insular Barrel Co., which 1. F. Sahlman. The cottage is to
has been operating here for the past be of five rooms with bath and other
four years. Mr. Ferrn-.ra will run m.drn conveniences, and the out-
the business in future under the name side walls are to be covered with
of Amelia Island ('oopepr:ge (Co., and stained shingles.
will engage extensively in the manu-
facture of barrels to supply the. local -
shrimp and fish trade. l1,e i having How Doctors Treat
an addition built iiin t hie rear of the
present building, which is located on C ol and the Flu
Front street, with the view to and the ft
"spreading out."

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Simplex, the one piece pi.ton ring
with side expansion, emtildying all
the good points of multiple rings
without their faults. lPositive re-
sults given-not merely promised.
Distributed by IDavenport-Brooks
Corporation, phone 91.
Mrs. L. T. Galphin has recovered
sufficiently from an attack of influ-
enza and mumps to resume her du-
ties as one of the teachers in the pri-
mary department of the Fernandina
public school. Mrs. (; lphin has been
teaching in the prin,'ary dlep:trt ment,
and her room has,-:-;'.d < in *fn-
rollment that Mrs. .1. M. Adams has
been secured to te.:,h in the. after-
noons, Mrs. Galphi: '.:whingl in the,

To break up a cold overnight or
to cut short an attack of grippe, in-
fluenza, sore throat or tonsillitis, phy-
.zicians and druggists are now recom-
mending Calotabs, the purified and
refined calomel compound tablet that
frives you the effects of calomel and
salts combined, without the unpleas-
ant effects of either.
One or two Calotabs at bed-time
with a swallow of water,-that's all.
No salts, no nausea nor the slighte:t
interference with your eating, work
or pleasure. Next morning your cold
has vanished, your system *< thor-
oughly purified and you are feeling
fine with a hearty appetite for bre;ak-
fast. Eat what you please,-no dan-
Get a family package, containing
full directions, only 35 cents. At any
drug store. (adv)


Boost Your Industries

and you boo.-t your town-insisting on Home Pro-
ducts is a conservative and most progressive step.

Bread, Rolls, Cake

and other bakery goodies under the Bake-Rite wrap-
per are quality Home Products. Insist on them.


Through Your Grocer or Direct from Bakery


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Jf new jX/arm Clock with
solid metal base, stands firm
on mantel, shellf, table or bu-
reau, can not be knocked over
readily, Aeauily nickel plated.
Costs plain $2. 50, and luam-
inous $3. 50. 7 ade and
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