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DETOTED TO THE BE BEST INTERESTS OF FEHNAXDIN FEItXA UINA A NASSAU COUNTY CO 1ftT AND THE STATE OFFLOJDA OF OPO FLORIDA FLORIDAVOLUME A SIX U IACJKS rtutsLUME IACJKSFERNANDINA IUI IUIVOJUlIE
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FERNANDINA FLORIDA FLORID FRIDAY MARCH 24 1922 NUMBER 17 J Ji Jw
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERSIN
IN MONTHLY Y SESSION
BOARD HAD UNUSUALLY UNUSUALLYSHORT UNUSUALLYSHORT UNUSUALLYSHORT
SHORT SESSION ON WED WEDNESDAY wEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY
NESDAY MARCH 15TH 15THCHAIRMAN 15THCHAIRMAN 15THCHAIRMAN
CHAIRMAN DISPATCHED DISPATCHEDBUSINESS DISPATCHEDBUSINESS DISPATCHEDBUSINESS
BUSINESS IN A HURRY HURRYFernandina HURRYFernandina HURRYY HURRYFernandina
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Fernandina Fla March 15th 15th1922The
1922 1922The The regular monthly monthlymeeting monthlymeeting monthlymeeting
meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners was held on thisf this thisdate thisdate
f date d tePresent Present D H Ground Groundchairman Groundchairman
b chairman and Commissioners CommissionersShave
Shave Wilds S C Braddock Braddockand
and J R Braddock BraddockThe
The minutes of the February Februarymeeting Febru Februarymeeting ry rymeeting
meeting of the board and of the thespecial thepecial thespecial
special meeting held on March March1st
1st were read and approved approvedReports approvedReports approvedReports
Reports were made by each of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the commissioners on the con condition condition condition ¬
dition of the public roads in intheir intheir intheir
their several districts and the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county road superintendent also alsomade alsomade alsomade
made report as to the condition conditionof
of the Callahan I and Bryceville Brycevilleroad
road roadBlue roadBlue roadBlue
Blue print plans and < < specifi specifications specifications specifications ¬
cations for improvement of ofchannel ofchannel ofchannel
channel at Amelia drawbridge drawbridgeper
per order of the War Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment were filed with the clerk clerkwho clerkwho clerkwho
who was instructed to advertise advertisefor
for bids on this work workBond workBond workBond
Bond of C L C Burner as asjustice asjustice asjustice
justice of the peace in district districtNo districtNo6
No No6 6 was approved in thejsum thejsumof the su suof m
of 50000 with J G Scussell ScussellRobert ScussellRobert
Robert Henderson and John JohnHenderson JohnHenderson JohnHenderson
Henderson as surities suritiesThe suritiesThe suritiesThe
The clerk was requested to tomake tomake tomake
make a list of parties receivingallowance receiving receivingallowance receivingallowance
allowance from the poor fund in inthe inthe inthe
the several commissioners dis districts districts districts ¬
tricts and mail a copy of saidlist said saidlist saidlist
list to each ofthe of the county courit com commissioners commissioners commissioners ¬
missionersPetition missioners missionersPetition missionersPetition
Petition was presented p ent d to the theboard theboard theboard
board from citizens of the 4th 4thcommissioners 4thcommissioners 4t 4tcommissioners
commissioners district asking askin askinthem g
them to place Maria Jenkins on onthe onthe o othe n
the pauper list This petition petitionwas
was referred to Mr S C Brad Braddock Braddock Braddock
dock for investigation investigationThe
The clerk was instructed to towrite towrite t twrite o
write to the trustees of county
Bonds requesting each of them themto the theto m
to submit for the approval o othe of ofthe ofthe f
the board at its regular meeting meetinin g fg
in the month of April surety Buret Buretbonds Y
bonds in the sum of 1000000 1000000These 1000000These 1000000These
These surety bonds to take the theplace theplace th thplace e
place of the personal bonds for fo r
500000 each which are now o ofile on onfile onfile n
file with the board The clerk clerkwas clerkwas C Cwas
was also directed to call the at attention attention attention ¬
tention of the bond Trustees t tSections to toSections toSections o
Sections 1545 and 1546 of th threvised the therevised therevised e
revised general Statutes of ofFlorida ofFlorida o oFlorida f
Florida relating to the invest investment investment invesment t ¬
ment of the bond fund money moneyand moneyand move moveand tY Y
and milking annual report of oftheir oftheir o otheir f
their transactions tran actions to the boarof board boardof d
of county commissioners commissionersThe
The following reports were werefiled werefiled wenfiled e
filed with the board boardTax boardTax boardTax
Tax collectors report of liceses licen licenses licenses n ¬
ses county count physicians report reportand reportand repo repoand rt
and clerks report of tax re redemptions redemptions r rdemptions e ¬
demptions demptionsThe
The county judge reported d
5200 collected for fines in his hiscourt hiscourt h hcourt
court during the monthFebruary month of ofFebruary
February and other costs costsmounting a amounting amounting
mounting to 11538 11538After 11538After 11538After
After examining the bills that thatwere thatwere th L Lwere t
were presented and approving approvinthem S
them for payment there being beingno bein beinno g
no further business to attend to tothe tothe t tthe o
the board adjourned adjournedsi
si sus e sC sief theC scskot scskotSPECIAL scsk scskSPECIAL cskotSPECIAL of
SPECIAL SERVICE ATMETHODIST AT ATMETHODIST ATMETHODIST
METHODIST CHURCNext CHURCH CHURCHNext CHURCHNext H I
Next Sunday is World Sun Sunday SUllday Su Suday ii ¬
day in the M E Church South SouthProgram SouthProgram SoutProgram h
Program in partAnthem part partAnthem partAnthem
Anthem UBe Be Thankful ThankfulWalter ThankfulVulter ThankfulWalter
Walter A ShawkerAnthem Shawker ShawkerAnthem ShawkelAnthem
Anthem King of My Soul
R L Stuckey StuckeySymposium Stucke StuckeSymnosium StuckeySymposium
Symposium Why I Believe Belie Beliein e
in the Methodist Church ChurchAddress ChurchAddress ChurchAddress
Address by pastor The TI e
Methodist Church ChurchOur Our Moth Mother Moter h ¬
er erEvery Every Methodist is urged urgedbe to
be in place promptly p at atoclock 11 11oclock 11oclock
oclock and all friends without withoutother withoutother witho withoother ut
other church engagements a aheartily are areheartily re reel
heartily invited to help us cele celebrate celebrate c cbrate el e ¬
brate brateA
A good investment in Torchon Torch TorchLaces on
Laces for a nickel a yd at atlarkeys Mu
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UCARELESS CARELESSAMERlGA1 CARELESSAMERlGA1Thrills AMERICA I
Thrills a plenty and much use useful itseful usel ¬
ful l information infornu tion go withth6 withahdpic withahdpicture Ji pic picture c cture ¬
ture made by b Henry Fir Firestone FirestoneCareless FirestoneCareless itone itoneCareless
Careless America to beMpiwn beMpiwnat be1 a ttpVn ttpVnat own ownat
at the Rex Theatre on29th on Mirch Mirch29th h h29th
29th 29thEducation
Education of the pubIicten pubIictenrally public generally gen geeBrollyand ¬
rally Brollyand and of f their own employees employ mP1oyees ¬
Bess ees especially is the purpt purpose p > ae of ofthe ofthe o othe
the extensive Safely first firstcampaign Firstcampaign Firstcampaign
campaign now now being wjged bymany by bymany bymany
many large corporations and andother andother andother
other interests which realize the thenecessity thenecessity thenecessity
necessity of there being some Bbmething something bmething ¬
thing done and this picture is isillustrative isillustrative isillustrative
illustrative of the methods usedHow used usedHow uedHow
How accidents occur occurepecial occurepecialIy especial especially ¬
ly where automobiles are concerned con concerned concemedaad ¬
cerned cemedaad and how theycan they the Ca can 1 be a ayoided avoided
voided yoided is a a matter of the first firstimportance firstimportance firstimportance
importance toall to alland all and is here hereshown hereshown I Ishown
shown It is a fact that by far farthe farthe I
the larger number of accidentsthat accidents accidentsthat accidentsthat
that occur occur ur are ar preventableNever preventable preventableNever preventable4cNever
Never be in a a hurry when whenyoure whenyoure whenyoure
youre driving an automobile automobileis
is a precept that is acknowledg acknowledged ¬
ed and taught by every compe competent competent competent ¬
tent automobilist and some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reasons for the precept are areshown areshown areshown
shown with convincing vivid vividness vividness vividess ¬
ness n ess
nessThis This is one of the pictures pictureswhich pictureswhich pictureswhich
which the Southern So then Railway
System the Louisville Nash Nashville Nashville ¬
ville Georgia Western W este < of Ala Alabama Alabama Alaama ¬
bama b ama and Atlanta West Pointrailroads Point Pointrailroads Pointrailroads
railroads in combination with withthe withthe withthe
the Southern Bell and Cumberland Cumber Cumberland Cumberland ¬
land Telephone Telegraph Telegraphcompanies Telegraphcompanies Telegr iph iphcompanies
companies are circulating
through the Lynch and allied alliedtheatres alliedtheatres I
theatres
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s CIVIL SERVICE SERVICEEXAMINATIONS B RVIC RVICEXAMINATIONS VICB VICBEXAMINATIONS
EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONSAn
An open competitive exami examination examination ¬
nation under the rules of the th
U S Civil Service Commission I
for forthe the position of Clerk Clerkin in inthe inthePostoffice the thepostoffice thepostoffice
postoffice at Fernandina Fla Flawill Flawill 1 1will
will be held on April 15th 1922 1922commencing 1922commencing
commencing at 9 oclock oclockatn HL I
Applicants for this exami examination exami1nation ¬
nation must be made on the pre prescribed prescribed ¬
scribed form which with nec necessary necessary ec ecessaryinstructions ¬
essary essaryinstructions instructions may be beo beotained ob obtained ¬
tained from the Commissions
local representative repr entative Secretary S
Local Civil Service Board Boardjatthe atthe atthFernandina e
Fernandina Fla postoffice or orfrom orfrom o r
from the undersigned undersignedAll
All persons wishing to take takethis takethis
this examination should ShbuldsecUre sects secure re
blanks and file their applications applicationswith
with the undersigned at once in inorder inorder i iorder n
order to allow time for any net necessary n c cessary ¬
essary corrections and to ar arrange arrange ¬
range for the examination examinationSecretary examinationSe
Secretary Se retary Fifth Civil Service
District Atlanta Ga Secretary
Civil Service Board BoardBaseball BoardBaseball
Baseball will be the allabsorbing allab allabsorbing allabsorbing ¬
sorbing thing in Fernandina Fern ndina be before before ¬
fore many more weeks elapse elapseA eJaJ1SA
A game was played here Tues Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day in which the locals were vietorious vic victorious victorious ¬
torious over St Marys by a ascore ascore
score of 10 to 3 3HAD 3HAD
HADPLEASANT HAD PLEASANT TRIP TRIPOn TRIPOn
On board the Clyde St Johns JohnsRiver JohnsRiver
River Line steamer City of ofJacksonville ofJacksonville o f
Jacksonville bound for Sanford Sanfordand ff
and sailing Friday evening of oflast oflast o f
last week a party rty embarked on onwhat o owhat n
what proved a highly highlypJea8ing highlypJea8ingouting pleasinouting pleasing pleasingouting g ng
outing A party consisting of ofMiss
Miss Ada L Williams WilliamsValter MrsWalter Mrs MrsWalter
Walter B Smith and daughter daughterMiss daulh er erMiss
Miss Janet JanetK K Smith both of ofChicago ofChicago o f
Chicago guests of Miss Will Williams Williams Willlams ¬
iams and John E Williams Willi ms is isfeature A Afeature Afeature
feature of the trip was a detour detourby detourby deto detoby
by motor car on the return run rutsmaking runmaking ruQmaking
making Daytona ayt n Dayto DaytonaBeach DaytoBeach DaytoBeach
Beach and Sea Breeze in all alldistance a adistance
allr
distance of seventy miles by way wayof wayof wa waof r
of and through DeLanoT where wherethe wherethe whenI
the steamer was wurejoinecl rejoined The Thetrio T1 T1trio I
trio or cluster of closely ad adjacent adjacent adJacent ¬
jacent towns proved a memo memorable memofable t ¬
able revelation of splendid mod modern m mern ¬
ern thrift and advancement advancementreally t treallyttr
really reallyttr attractive tive and interesting interestingYour
Your prized silks laces vel velvets velgets v vvets ¬
vets glove of all kinds fan fancy fanqshoes fancyshoes
shoes ect that are soiled even evenwith ev evwith
with car car grease Jluftim Mufti will clean cleanlike cl clIike clikenew can
like 1 ikenew new ew 30c soeat at Suhrers StIhr r8 r8f
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VOTE BONDS APR 4PROPOSED 4PROPOSED 4 4PROPOSED
PROPOSED ISSUE OF 150000 WILL LIKELY 60 THROUGH THROUGHWITH THROUGHWITH THROUGHWITH
WITH LITTLE OR OR NO OPPOSITION OPPOSITIONGITY OPPOSITIONCITY OPPOSITIONCITY
CITY PLANTS WILUIE Will BE ENLARGED ENLARGEDADOPTION
ADOPTION OF ISSUE MEANS CONSIDERABLE CONSIDERABLESAVING CONSIDERABLESAVING CONSIDERABLESAVING
SAVING IN INTEREST RATE R TEMILLAGE TEMILLAGETO MILLAGE MILLAGETO
TO BE LOWERED IF THE THEBONDS THEBONDS THEBONDS
BONDS CARRY
Little or no opposition on the theoutside theoutside theoutside
outside has developed to spread spreadgloom spreadgloom spreadgloom
gloom among th the advocates of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the proposed 15000000 bondissue bond bondissue bondissue
issue for municipal purposes in inFernandina inFernandina inFernandina
Fernandina and as the electionday election electionday electionday
day April 4th approaches in indications indications indications ¬
dications are that the issue will willbe willbe willbe
be adopted by an overwhelming overwhelmingvote
vote It would seem that it is isonly isonly isnly
only o the part p rt of good sense to tovote tov tovote
vote v te bonds at this time as the thecity thecity thecity
city plants need enlarging some somesections somesections somesections
sections of the city need rewir rewiring rewiring rewiring ¬
ing and several judgments that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the First National Bank hold holdsshould hojds hojdsshould holdshould
should be retired the judgmentsaggregating judgments judgnleiitsaggregating 1ts 1tsaggregating
aggregating more more than 90000 90000and 900001and 90000andd
and which draw eight per centinterest cent centinterest centinterest
interest when the bonds will only
draw six per cent i
Those who should be in a aposij aposijtion aposi aposition posi position
tion to know state that themill themillage the mill millage
age will be substantially substailt lly lower loweredif lowered lowered1f ¬
ed edif if the people adopt the Jtfondj b lid d dr
r 1issue
issue as the expenditure expe ditur of pfhe pfhemoney jthe jthemoney the themoney
money for the improvementsoutlined improvements improvementsoutlined improvementsoutlined
outlined will mean a cheaper cheaperrate cheaperrate
rate of interest which will nec necessarily necessarily necessarily ¬
essarily mean a lower millage millageIn
In order to vote any anybWner hwner owner ofreal of ofreal ofreal
real estate will have to pay paYJ921 paYJ921city 1921 3921city 1921city
city taxes and will have to register regis register ¬
ter with the city clerk if their theirname t1fEirname theirname
name doesnt appear on the city cityregistration cityregistration
registration books ks and all p parties par parties r rties ¬
ties who are eligible sho should lclcom lclcomply com comply comply ¬
ply with these provisions of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law at once once The election day
isnt far off qualify qU 1ifyas as early as aspossible a apossible s spossible
possible
POLITICS WARMING WARMINGUP
UP IN SOME SECTIONS S
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A repr representative ntative of this paper paperspent paperspent paperpent
spent s Saturday at Callahan and andheard andheard andheard
heard considerable politics dis discussed discussed discussed ¬
cussed cki the thestreets streetsOne streets Cue < neof neoftb of ofthe offloe
tb the problems probl ms confronting the fhepeople fh fhpeople thepeople
people of that section is is the se selection s slection selection ¬
lection of a Bounty unty commissioner commissionerto
to succeed J R Braddock who whosteadfastly whosteadfastly whosteadfastly
steadfastly refuses to allow his hisname hisname hisname
name to be used this year ye u his hisbusiness hisbusiness hisbusiness
business interests precluding precludingany
any possibility of making the therace therace therace
race J H Sauls of Calla Callahan Callahan Callahan ¬
han one of the substantial substantialcitizens suustantialcitizens substantialcitizens
citizens of that section and the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county at Jarge is being urged urgedby urgedby I Iby
by his friends to make the race racefor racefor racefor
for county commissioner Mr MrBraddock MrBraddock MrBraddock
Braddock the present incum incumbent incumI incumIbent incumbent ¬ i
bent having succeeded him himMr I
Mr Sauls served one term de1 de1clining deIelining de
clining d to stand for reelection reelectionbut I
but during his two years in of office oflice ¬
fice gave perfect satisfaction satisfactionHe
He fathered the hardsurfacing hardsurfacingof
of the Dixie highway through throughCallahan I
Callahan and by using what
bond money was on hand at that thattime thattime thatime t
time about 12000 12OOOactually actuallyd actually se secured sec ¬
cured c cure curebln redS d State t e aid li and andisrea cLls isrespohsN isrespohsNi ttO onsi
f V ft Ts VTri VTriJi Ji f
bln i 9 ble f for foF < n that t r road being be ga gahIghway a State StatenigKwayr Sta KYT5r
° hIghway o9av fate Hest championed championeda oil oila e I
a nearer n arer route from the river to toJacksonville toJacksQnvilleand t tJacksonville ° I
Jacksonville JacksQnvilleand and by putting puttingthrough puttingthrough puttinthrough g
through a short route from Cal Callahan Callahan Callahan ¬
lahan to Thomas ThomiScreek creek creekgot got th thState the theState theState e
State road department dep itm t tot tatak tatakhold take takehold takehold e
hold of ofthe the project t No matter matterwho matterwho nia niawho
who claims thegloryjt the glory it belongs belongsto
to Jack Sauls and had the mat matternot gnath t tternot ¬
ternot been put through when whenit w wit h en
it was the chances cha ces are that thatCallahan thatCallahan theCallahan t
tr
Callahan Hilliard and the river riversections riversections rivesections r
sections of the county would wouldhave wouldhave d
have had to wait for rsever several severalyears severaYears l lyears
years years yet before the thespl splendid splendidhighway splendihighway 1did 1didhighway d ld
highway that is now being put putthrough p puthrough t tthrough
through that section would be bea
a reality Jack Sauls Sa lswo would wouldmake woolmake 1 ld ldmake I
make a good county co nty conMls COJ commi commisinner fHS fHSsioner s
sinner and the fifth district districtcould diatriccould iStiictcould t
could not do better b tter than elect electhim electhim elechim t tt
him if he will consent to run
FERNANDINA FINE FINELOADING FINELO FINELOADING
LOADING LO DING POINT T
It It will be of great gr at interest tothe to tothe
the t1i people of Fernandina to toknow toknow I
know that the new Florida Ter Terminal Terminal ¬ I
minal Cos phosphate and coali coalielevator coal coalelevator I
elevator was considered by the theofficers theofficers theofficers
officers of the Italian steamship steam steamship steamship ¬
ship Duchessa d Aosta as theSTATE the theSTATE theSTATE
STATE COLLEGE VOCAL CAL I
TEACHER BURIED ALIVE ALIVETallahassee I
Tallahassee March 17MissEmma 17 17Miss 17MissEmma Miss MissEmma
Emma E Boyd a vocal oe teacher teacherat
at the Florida State College for forWomen forWomen
Women here was buried alive alivewhile alivewhile alivewhile
while searching for historic hi toric rel ¬
ics in Indian
an mound seven sevenmiles sevenmiles sevenmiles
miles from here
today toda v vRecently
Recently Miss Boyd it is un ¬
derstood and
other young i wo women women ¬
men of the college had engaged engagedworkmen engagedworkm engagedworkmen
workmen n to excavate the mound moundand moundand moundand
and while the men were c cic still 11 en engaged enraged enGaged ¬
gaged Miss Boyd Bo d accompanied
by two other curio hunters hunterswent hunterswent I
went there today While stand standing ¬
ing in in one of the clearings later lateral tlateral ¬
al earth suddenly gay < way Va and an d
bmSd buried h her Physicians who wl a lio o ar arrived ¬
rived after the body bod had ad been beenrecovered beenrecovered bee n
recovered said her herAdfath death i ha had d
Been l een caused by sufffcatfon
Miss Boyd was a native of Iowa Iowaand Iowaand Iowand a
and had been a member of the thecollege thecollege th thcollege ae e
college faculty for
four
years yearsto yearsCH
CH S from 5c to lOc at the th e
United Fruit and Cigar Store
best elevator that has been used usedin tiifdin use usein 1d
in loading their ship in iirn any i port portin > > 9rt 9rtin
in I n the United States Stat s This Would Wouldbe lt 1b 1bbe Mild Mildbe d
be considered quite an a an assetto assettothe i s t tx txthe o othe
the port rt of Fernan Fernandina and Bindpeople r il ilpeople its itspeople
people should feel f el very ve y proud proudover pro proover proudover ad
over the t e fact factJEROME f factJEROME ct ctJEROME
JEROME WIDEMAN IS ISHEAD ISHEAD ISHEAD
HEAD OF LEGON LEGONPalm LEGONPalm LEGOPalm N
Palm Palm Beach March 17 17Jerome 17Jerome 17Pali
Jerome E Wideman West Palm PalmBeach PalmBeach Pal PalBeach
Beach attorney and first post postcommander postcommander po pocommander s t
commander of Palm Beach Post PostNo PostNo Po PoNo st
No 12 American Legion Was Waselected ra raelected
elected commander of theda the Flori Florida Florida I ¬
da Department American Americangion Le Legion Legion ¬
gion at the final session of theState the theState t tState h e
State convention here todayand today todayand toda todaand s
and Pensacola was selected selectedthe as asthe asthe s
the 1923 convention cityWideman city cityWideman cityWideman
Wideman was opposed for forcommander forcommander f fcommander o r
commander by H Neil KirJ BirOf Kirkman Kirkmanof kiilaan kiilaann han hanof
of Palatka and Dr Jack Halton HaltonofSarasota H Haltoof 1ton 1tonof n
Sarasota of On the first ballot ballotthe b brU brUthe D of t tthe
the vote stood Wideman WidemanKirkman 55 55Kirkman 55Kirkman 55e
Kirkman 45 Halton tOD 30 On thesecond ti the thesecond e
second with thelowmanon thelowmanonfirst the low lowmanon man on the thefirst thefirst
first ballot eliminated the vote votewas vo fot fotwas to
was Wideman 70 Kirkman 60 60Next
Next years convention conventionPensacola at atPensacolawill atPensacola a ath t
Pensacolawill Pensacola will begin June 14th 14th60c 14th50c 14 th
50c Mary Garden Djer DjerKi Dieretc = Kia Kiaetc I Ietc
etc powder pow er filled powder po p pi puffs puffsonly offs j jonly
only a few left eft 2ic 2 each eachSuhrers 8ehat 8ehatSUh at atSuhrers
Suhrers SUh 8 8r
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SENAtORIAL CONTEST IS ISCORNERED ISTHREECORNERED T TTHREECORNERED
THREECORNERED CORNERED AFFAIR AFFAIRI I
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BAHAIMESSAGE THEBAHAI IHEBAHAIMESSAGEMatyEuropean THE BAHAIMESSAGEEuropean MESSAGE MESSAGEM
M MatyEuropean QX European historians bjstorianshave historianshave historianshave
have described the wonderfulcharm wonderful wonderfulcharm wonderfulcharm
charm of ofthis ft us i pureTiearted p renearted hero heroof heroof
of pro progressive Jp esd resiveh V r religion 1f gion fn who ho was wasmartyred wasn wasesd
martyred n art ied in In iSSOafter 1850 after six years yearsof yearsof
of brilliant teaching teachingBahaVlIali teachingB
B BahaVlIali li olr i a Persian noble noblethen noblethen noblethen
then appeared p e relas as the one ne herald heralded ¬
ed Tby y tfoe tbeB theBab Bab h He H a announced announcedthe
the dawn d im of f a new new ew age an age agewften agetien ageieii
wften ieii brotherhood biothet d and peace peaceHouldicpyer peaceall
all Houldicpyer 1 ld cover T r the earth artheven even as asthe as1h asThe
1h the water v ters cover the sea The Theprinciples Theprinciples
principles Tie bel l advocated dV oC t d how howeyer howr however
ever r were were w i tooluuversal too Q1 v ri lfor for the theIfiffited thelimifed thelitliited
Ififfited minds of f his conlenr conlenrp cont contemporafes m mXii
porafes p Xii raries ties He H and nd a few of his hisfollowers hisf hisfollowers
followers f n w rs were werej re driven by thereactionary the thereactionary thee
reactionary e tionary Powers pxwers + w rs of f Persia m into mto ¬
to exile and l prison and at last lastin 1881in lastin
in 1868 were w re Immured in the thedesolate thed thedesolate
d desolate spI81 barracks balT ks of Akka in inSyria inSyria inSyria
Syria SyriaBut SyriaBut SyriaBut
But the persecutions of men mencannot mencannot mencannot
cannot exthf extinguish ish the tnelight light of ofGods ofGOds ofGods
Gods holy h ly spirit when it shines shinesfrom shinesfrom
from the he h lief 4rtof rt of his prophets prophetsFrom prophetsFrom prophetsFrom
From the lM Host SlGre Great t Prison Prisonof
of Akka Bahaollah spread his hisgospel hisgospel hisgospel
gospel r of f unity and lovethroughout love lovethroughout lovethroug
throughout throug out western Asia In
1892 at t slid J end of forty years yearsof yearsf
of f exile and anti iialui Imprisonment nsonn risonnient ent he hepassed hep h hpassed e
passed p ss il awayyleavmg w l ving his eldesson eldest eldestson eIaestson t
son Abdul A d IB Baha ha as the t1 eapp appoint appointed int inted t ¬
ed expounder exp e tinder i1d r of f his word and andthe andthepr an d
the thepr promulgator mUIg tor of his cause causethe
the Center of f the Covenant CovenantUnder Cov CovenantUnder lant lantUnder
Under the guidance pid nce of Abdul AbdulBaha AbdulBaha
Baha the Bab Bahai i message habeen has hasbeen hasb s
been b en carried C rtied to all lands and all allreligions allr 1
religions r It has bound b d Chris Christians ChristiariS Chrisflans ¬
flans and nd Mohammedans Mob Mohamme nDie l ris Buddhists B Bud Buddhists d dc1hists ¬
dhists and dPi Parsia Jews tiwsandjHin andHin andri n
des us TT into flo J M + vmJ the t < r ri most cistSPtr t sptrituabrotherhoodtheworid spiritual spiritualbrotherhood r i f f 81 81l 1
l brotherhoodtheworid brotherhood th r dthe the world has ever everknown r
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peace peace P Bate and love when as Christ Christforetold Chnstforetold t
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south and Shall shallsit Sit down in the thekingdom thekingdom th e
kingdom of God GodTWELVE GodTVELVEBASIC
TWELVE TVELVEBASIC BASIC BAS I C BAHAI BAHAIPRINCIPLES BAHAIPRINCIPLES BA HAI
PRINCIPLES
1 The oneness o t I eSsofinaDkind of mankind
2 Independent nt i investigation investigationof n
of truth
3 The e foundation of all reli religions religions i ¬
gions is one
4 Religion must be the cause causeof causeof tausof e
of unity
5 Religion R ligionmust must be in actor accord accordwith d
with scieri science e and n reason reason
6 Equality qu litybetween between men and andwomen andwomen an anwomen d
women
7 Prejudice of all kinds kindsmust kindsmust kin ds
must be b forgotten f
8 Universal UniV rsal P peace ce
9 Universal education
10 Solution S l ti n of the economic economicproblem economicproblem Benno nut
problem
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12 An international tribunal tribunalAdv tribunalAdv
Adv AdvST AdvST
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Fourth Sunday in Lent LentHoly LentHolycoDlD LentHoly
Holy HolycoDlD communion u ion 8 8a a m mSundayschool mSundayschool mSundayschooii0
Sundayschool 10 a m mMorningprayer mMorning
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730 780oclock oclock Subject Find uFinding Finding d ¬
ing a aPurposem Purpose In Life LifeMonday LifeMonday
Monday 330 Womans Aux Auxiliary Auxiliary Au x ¬
iliary Lenten Reading at the theGuild theGuild ti xe e
Guild Hall HallTuesday HillTuesday
Tuesday 330 330St St Margarets MargaretsGuild MargaretsGuild s
Guild at the home of f MrS J JGeo Jeo
Gen eo Suhrer SuhrerWednesday SuhrerWednesiJay SuhrerWednesday
Wednesday 330 St Peters PetersParish PetersPansh s
Parish Guild at t the home of Mrs MrsLouis MrsLouis
Louis Bale BaleLenten BaleLenten
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Tuesdays 5 p m Wednesdays mWednesdaysand Wednesdaysand Y s
and Fridays 730 7 30 p m mHoly mHoly
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10 a m mConfirmation Jt1Confirmation IliConfirmation Yn
Confirmation Instruction Sun Sundays SundaYB Su Sudays n ¬
days Wednesdays Wednesd ys and Fridays Fridays3tt5 Frida ys
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The rector will be pleased pleasedconfekrrith to toco toeoafet
co eoafet ferWith Withall all 111 adults and nd child children chilaI chi chi1ien id ¬
I 1ien ren desirous de iroaia of confirmation confiri tion
S R MERROW 1 TO GET INRACE IN INRACE INRACE T
RACE WITH JAS E CALK CALKINS CALKINSJ ¬
INS INSJ J HAMPTON JONES JONESOF
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OF CALLAHAN CALLAH AN WILL BE BECANDIDATE BECANDIDATE BECANDIDATE
CANDIDATE IT IS SAID SAIDSince SAIDSince SAIDSince
Since the announcement of
Senator Jas E Calkins to suc succeed succeed succeed ¬
ceed himself as State senator senatorfrom senatorfrom
from the sixteenth senatorial
district last week it has developed devel developed ¬ I Ioped
oped that the fight is to be bethreecornered bethreecornered
threecornered as S R R11I1rrow R11I1rrowof Merrow Merrowof
of Fernandina states that he hewill hewill hewill
will be a candidate and J Hamp ¬
ton Jonesof Jones of Callahan is alsospoken also alsospoken alsospoken <
spoken of as a probable contend contender ¬ r Cer
er Mr Merrow is one of the 4
leading business men of Fernan ¬
dina having one of the largest largestshrimp largestrimp > t
shrimp sh rimp packing plants in lit the theshrimp theshrimp fort 1
shrimp area besideJbeing b side Bing the lo local ¬ 4 4cal < i
cal agent for the Gulf Refining s sCompany w
Company As things now stand i ai
the fight for senator promises s I rot
to be a lively one in old Nassau t r I K I
1
this year and things will likely
warm up as the weather does doesand p i
and bid fair fa r to sizzle before two twoof two twoof l
of the aspirants are alsorans alsoransT alsoransCHEAPER alsocansCHEAPER
T u t tCHEAPER
CHEAPER FARE TO JAX JAXThe JAi J JI
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The Southern Transportation t
Company of Jacksonville which Itf i i
has been operating a bus line ne I I c
from Fernandina to Jacksonville Jackson Jacksonvilleaily ll I
daily d and return r with the night l
layover at this place announce announcea announa announcea
a reduction in their charges in
this issue having Navin g made theprIce the theprice therice Tl 1
price P rice of a passage pas sage to Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonvine ¬
ville 100 instead of 150 as
heretofore This will likely like likecause
cause many to travel via briar buSrwho b s = 1
who Havent nav 1t heretofore1 heretof re done so soMODERN solIODERN l
MODERN M HEALTH CRUSADEBelow CRUSADE CRUSADEBelow CRUSADEBelow i
Below will be b found foundthe the th a names namesoJthe naytes 1
oJthe ot the crusaders who have kept lent to
the Health Chores for ten tenweeks tenweeksand weeks weeksand < 1i
and who have won the title o of f h hHealth
Health Knights KnightsJosie KnightsJosie
Josie Skipper Elizabeth Lohltan Loh Lohman i itpan
> man Mercedes Noallas N Noa las Mar Marguerite ¬ j
guerite Sauls Dorothy Jeffreys 1
Grace Nagel Kossie Gotfdbread Go dbread
Grace Nagel Kassie Goodbread
Simon Flacks Noble Hardee I IBen it
Ben Sorrensen Billy Jeffreys i
Vesta Prewitt Freida Swearin Swearingen Swea in
gen g en Jack Mizell Reiman Roux
Ernie gErnie Mae Jones Sarah Jones J
Toba TobaMoskovitz Moskovitz tz Charlotte Mes Messick lIessick
sick s James Clark Lewis Hardee
Harry arry Barker Elizabeth Elizab th Swear Swe r rSarah
ingen Sarah Ferreira Alice
Berrie Julius King Floy Flo y t Ander Anderson Anderson ¬
son Bertie Bowers Mildred
Bunker Edward Jones Ethel
Kirby Nancy Ozmer Sammie
Fishier Oliver Mott Myrtle lI rtle Mi Mizell 11izeU ¬ i
zell z ell Frank Oliver Myrtle 1fyrt e Barr
Thomas Shave Sha e Fos Fosrer r An ¬
drews Charlotte Longee Lo ngee Eve ¬
lyn Sauls Gussie Olsen Arlean
Olsen Juanita Haddock Mild Mildred Mildred ¬ J
red Swearingen Margaret Clark
Clifford Olsen Sallie Mae Ma Mott f
Louise Lasserre Carl C I King Kin ing g I
Isadore Flacks Everett Mizell
Paulo Moreira Daisy Clemons 1
Masiliki si1iki Couropis Mary Mar Con Conceicas I I
ceicas ceic s Mary Mar Clemons Floy Flo y
Hamilton Corine Edmondson
Jessie Bowers Thetus Barefoot
Donnie Clemons Barbara Allen
Irene Edmondson Carrie Skip ¬
per Jessie Skipper Theo Thom Thomas ¬
as Julia Ferreira Roselle Jones JonesOLD JonesOLD
OLD TRAIN SCHEDULE
GOES IN EFFECT
SUNDAY SUNDAYThe + r rThe
The old train schedule which whichgave whichgave
gave such universal satisfaction
to Fernandina people and the thegeneral thegeneral
general public will be restored restoredeffective i ieffective
effective next Sunday the 26th
Local people hear of the change changewith changewith
with much satisfaction as it will willgive willgive willgive
give them a through train
ser service service service ¬
vice vice to Jacksonville in the morn mornings ¬
ings and afternoons as formerly y
and an additional express a day
to say nothing of a better mail mailservice mail mailservice mailservice
service serviceWe serviceWe
We make Clothing to order at atnew atnew
new schedule of low prices thatwill that thatwill thatwill
will interest good dressers We
know how to make clothes that
look good ood and feel
better at
mo moneysaving moneysaving m o oneysaving ¬
neysaving prices at Mularkey lu1arke s
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