Group Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. : 1891)
Title: Fernandina news
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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news
Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach, Fla.
Fernandina Fla
Publication Date: October 18, 1918
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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FERNANDINA


NEWS-RECORD


VOLUME 31, NO. 42


FERNANDINA, PLA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1918


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


iTay be sllghtTy .brtiodsfot? o? econ-
gested.' as the doctors say. There
may be running from the nose, or
there may be some cough. These algn s
of a cold may not te marked; never-
theless the patient looks and feels very
sick.
"In addition to the appearance and
the symptoms as already Jtcribed.
examination of the 1tilienit's hhlod mila


Official Health Buietin aid the physician In r-eeo'nling 'Span-
ish infliunza,' fur it has been found
On kIiuLa t IN this disease thie number of
lie corpuscles shows little or no In-
ease above the normal. It is possl-
LATEST WORD ON SUBJECT. hle that the laorltlory investigations
now being made through the National
Research Counell an the United
States lHyglenic Ial. ratory wilP'fur-
Epimldi erbably Spom sisi nIsh a more certain way in which Inll-
Origan-Gem Still Unmknown-Pee- visual cases of this disease can be
pie Seaah.Guard Agalenst "Droplet recogg *
lnfectlen"-Surgese General Blue WMSt Is the course of the diseaseT
Makes e Ae artwe Statement Dopeople die of It?
"Ordinarily. the fever lasts from
--- three to four days and the patient re-
Washlagto%, D. (L-(.SpeeaL)-Al- covers. But while the prolmrtion ot
though Klng Alfooso of Spain was death In the present epidemic has
I generallyy been low, In some place" the
one of the victims of the Infumena ept oureak has been severe and deaths
desac la 188 and again this summer, hav* been numerous. When death o-.
Spanlsh authorItieS repudiate any I urs it s usually the result of a com-
claim to Inflaluea as a "Spalnsh" dis- I pilatlon."
ease. If the people of this country do What cases the disease and how 1i
not take care the epidemic will be- K -


come so widespread throughout the
United States that soon we shall bear
the disease called -Americak Salu-
ena.
In reapooem to a request for definite
Informatlom concerning Spanish Infl-
emsa. Surgesm General Rupert Blue of
the U. Public Health Service has
authorbszd the following eolal Inter-
view:
What I Spealeb lasmnaT Is it
0 e tlMg mw? Dees It o eOns from

"The dllseaseM new occurring In this


"Ilarteriologists who have studied in-
lu ena epidemics in the past have
found In many of the cases a very
Small rod-shaped germ called, after Its
discoverer, Pfeiffer's bacillus. In other
cases of aplerently the same kind of
disease there were found pneumococel,
the germs of lobar pneumonia. Still
others have been caused by strepto-
cocci. and by others germs with long
names.
"No matter what particular kind of
germ causes the epidemic. It Is now
believed that influenza i. s always
spread from person to person, the
apmr- t~lnov i&vn..,Jn ath ik" alob m l|no


ow About the Farmer? FIGURES LONG IN HISTORY

With AN That the oottleh Heart
The end of the fourth Liberty Loan eapaiga i cldo at ha A Hlds Dear.
the South has not fully met its share of th ObldSatto neety the English government
There have been many submriptioa, and many of them were la a. somt German prisoners of war to
There were some. which repress med erel the sMuus money it wealthy is aga a po The ancien the "eye of
folk; there were many which meant real aelf-denal by the poor. But eo the Iaorth" keeps watch over the na-
yhole, we have not made a sacrlfce. We have aild to oaurelos: "I can toae's safety. Stirling is only a few
not spV jny money Just now," sad turned the caassers away-with a hoars ride from Glasgow, but it to
smual subscription or fth Mothg at aL a journey from the nineteenth century
Ito the middle ages. The estle, on
Now, let us think this thing over.- sand L This Is ear war. Our the right bank of the Forth, Is built aon
boys are fighting in it, our country is bseking it. It is just as much our the h t tip of a promontory, dlo
war as though the (ernans were bombarding Charlesto or SavaUnah or s al mt0M i thgtspotble.o
Brunswic k or New Orleans and ti*ateniag to march Inlad, burning aid On the north and south a rolling
!. troyi.ing, and murdering innoent women and children. It iant a brwa plain stretches away to the foot of the
War in Europe. It is oar war. Ochil hill, below, the Forth winds sil-
v* ver aerm the plaa. On the east and
L't us consider this bond Is a s a cold-lMedesd i mmi pioatlia. west the water projects the fortress.
if you like. Suppose we were stockboldes ia a big blsMes hose which had The key to the highlands, the bulwark
b"en waging a great and expensive fight for -Mse. OSupa qur rivals t th re r Stirling was for centu-
had fought us hard and had almost won the viots*. Suw epo t we r eoand'sa i defense against
bad poured every effort Into the busing s aM d wW e ilIg te advantag he Mvadigtory ha been made on theL
that we were right ea the eve of perma-est saees-ead oar masy ram plain at the castle's foot. The Ger-
out! I prisoners from the ramparts can
I vetw the scene of seven Important bat-
Let as suppose that the president and dib'ees ye a elected to sn ties. On the northwest on the top of
that business called onas as steekbhoMers far m ane a to wla this a high hDl stands a statue to William
fight; that they assured us and proved to as that additil ads wa ld Wallae. At the foot of the hill was
win. and pay as a handsome return. WLald we butter a up paeketoas. fde theb ettle of Stirling. Just ine
Pnd say: "No, it Isn't our basda. We seat spare te moaeyl No. We of CambHkenneth, where in 843 the
would pour in all we had am frtga eaOr uarms to beaea mJr,-aa Scots defeated the Plets. Falkirk.
we'd pour that in, it we ha I la thea basin- s d the me wvho a e wbhro Wallace was defeated, lies to
conducting it for as. the ath. Years later on this same
coAnducigitfrus. tht eld Pruee Carlie weam one of his
And we must not forget that the Udted Statas is r imasan; sa tam meet important battles. Bannockburn,
greatest business of all. We have entered a@e a &eamt to lick Ger. the holy ground of Scotland. lies to
many and lick her so she can ever rise he bead gal Ad hat takes the south. From the castle you can
mad 8a9 the center of the field, the Bore-
money. If we are not willing to paeYa 4 aIr a w aronP av have ao trt stone, marked by a tall white flagpole.
in our own government. Mary of Scots was crowned in the
Scastle halL Her son, afterwards James
The Southern farmer was wo d a weeks because e be- the Sixth. nased his baby dar here.


tcotry and called Spanishn Influen- germs IU nUcameoi wI-n La nr =,,ir aim lived the governnmit was going to t a el prs cottn That was '
' rumbles a ve rycontagious kind with the vey mail droplets of mucus, l te thne oend e wa s to R a w ritee tt. That was
expelled by coughing or sneezing, not done, and we have .*"rnces tWIt at net he doae. Pratdest WW-
at *d,' c led by Sover, pins freful talking, and the like by one son heard the appeal of the cotton r aOl waI governed by it. Now
CONM and S'- who already has the germs of the di. he asks, in the name of the gove that the cotton paster sad every
e ase. They any also be carried about
S.aimi the air I the form ofdust coining otLher farmer bear his shamb of he" th IAbt Lea and lend
from dried mucua, from eughng and the country every dollar he can save Suappoe the otteo later of the
sneezing. or from catela people who South shows up In the last reports as having failed to do his fair share.
spit on the eoor and on the sidewalk. What position will he find himself be l he goes to Washiaton again
As to most other catching diseases, a to ask that he be protected? 1
person who has only a mild attack of
the disease himself may give a very This fourth Liberty lean is a Mig aair, but It is not a dollar too big b
severe attack to others." i every man wI0 tata-.the lss i e to Maullf lad do it al share,
1 e01 aW.Ji.dm 41.e10 eagesa 4@9 bZ*. sh kq- A.A1.,h01 -0map is. Thee I
lasu M wwhensbecmedis sick with Im 4er a sm
"It in very Important that every *- a step or a job who eumaet fty Ia bond ha saer m-mo. mhe om& "M
da who becomes sick wts aragemnts for m mes Bnng S moet. The man i
as a Ba should go home at once and go to bed. vbo cannot save and invest U in sx m youths is, a godhtj poor tltuR. Aand
This will help keep away dthe average man who has two legsaaI two aims eas do a great deal better
ia the head, We ear back or othe complications and will at the same than that.
parts of the body and 6a of s- tune, keep the patient ftm scattering t that
vae sickaea la most of the cases the the disease far aad wide. It is highly And there's something else-if yes want to get bak to the straight I
symptoms disappear after three or four desirable that no one be allowed to business side of this Liberty Loas.-a goverameat Sad, paying four and ome
day the patient then rapidly recover- sleep In the same room with the pa- fourth per cent interest, better than gold or liver, which eara nothing-
ai. some of the patients, however, tI in fact, no one but the nurse is a mighty good thing to have stack away t that time of trble
ddevea ,etaooua or- Inreaoi ol e ao allowed In the st a- mwich comes to all of us some day.
oe er, or meW s an nIty of f there Is tough and sputum or
the Mnplctedicaes die. waur running of the eyes and nose, care
oethis s-called Spanios Inlduhena should be taken that all such dis- V --
estiBawihth epidemis infe chaee are collected on hilts of gauze p DE AS O
tt wththeepidemics of fue- or rag or paper napkins and hurneL DEER ASFOODSUPPLY HEART OF BRISH EMPIRE
s of earlier years is not yet knowL If the patient complains of fever and !
"pidesi cs of Inlaenza have visited headache, be should be given water to Belief That Animals Can Be Daeo Good Reasons Why Trafalgar Su"are
Oft eoustry since 147. .It is tIterest- drink, .a cold compress to the- forehead ticated and Raied Uko th- In Landos., Ha ea MasGive
t"e to know that this ast epidemic and a light sponge. Only such medl- Ordinary Live Stok. That App.lter. -
was brought her from Valencia, clne should be given as Is prescribed -- --
Spain. Shl that time there hae by the doctor. It Is foolish to ask the There has been advocated tBe Trafalgar square has been called the
b of druggist to prescribe and may be dan- scheme of raising deer as a source of heart of the British empire, the most
been numerous epilde ics of the da gerous to take the so-catled 's rfe, sure meat supply in this country. It to e- truly English spot in Lodon. It I
ease. In 1880 ad I180 an epidemic and harmless' remeelhes advertised by lleved that deer faring cold be! it of Leicester sjqare or of Picca-
of Influenza, starting somewhere la the patent medicine manufacturers, made as profitable as any other le dilly that London Tommy dreams, but
Orient, sWad Jat to Russia sad "I the patleat *o sitauped that he stock Industry. of algar with the statue
thence over practically the entire dv- can be attended only by 'a one who It has been pointed out that the Vi of Nelson la the center. The state
lizd world. Three years later there must also look after etherm the ftan- ginia deer and the Rocky mountaIn elk on the slender column is Engband's
was another fare-up of the disease. Ily. It is advisable that scth attendant are best suited for this purpose. Elk best-loved hero. The figure oft Nelso.
Both times tim epidemic spread wide- wear a wrapper, s rea or gown over have been acclimatized in many parts three times the natural size. is rearedI
ly over the Uited States the ordinary house clothes while In the of the world and everywhere they i]4 feet in the air, with Ladseer's
AAlthiagh- the preeot epideae s issick room and slip this 4ot wheM lY-" show the same vigor and hardlaess. for UIus of bronze at the base.
cand panS Il e there i t lg to look after the others. They adapt themselves to almost any Many of tr -goet Important bald-
reasew to believe that I original *"Nurses and attedants will do weB environment and their Incrase under Ing of the city are grouped around
Spaew. Some writers who have saeag te geard against breathing to danger- d ftletion Is equal to that of ordlM the square. The Nat lal gallery, with
the question belive that the epII e maemse gsrms by wear a imp nary cattle Its art colectloes. ces te Nelson col-
ae from the Orient and they caeat- t of gause or mask while ear the, It is contended that there are large s. The cofleotlm was begaUna
testtle to the fact that thea Ge- a a" areas of rough land In *th United 1824 and s t theof the est l the
beetle the disease as occr e g a1 WuI a perme whve habs oid States, like the Ozarks and thie Ae- world. In fe appear part of the asuare
the esatra treatt It tme i@ 4 beod esoaef h the disease agoiT g haany rdgions, were elk could be the church of St. Martlnasl-th
ael it 11." "It i a attack of t profitably raised. The Virginta deo ,em, where Nell Own oes barred.
MHw ea 'apinlen.linua be seo. amt or etet fever e.iaspox tI adaptable to almost all parts ottf This sot Mbt eof Inflrm ist apt to
aoteadt r ag rotects a aper iSalnst an-1 country and thrives oa land amlted interest the visitor more hMan the fact
'Thewe is as yet no certain way In other attei k o theasm-dlasm. This to horsesthat Baceso was christened at the
wch a single case of Spanish I tt.- aWe Dot to te tree of 'Spanish Wa- church's altar,I
Men'" can be recogIzed. On tie oth.- aeWa.' According to newspaper re- First Balloon Aso len. The column stands at the crelag of
or had recogaltoa is easy where ports the llng of Spain suffered an The frst balloon ascension is aid some ot the meet famous streets iI
there is a group of casea In contrast attack of Ittluenza daring the epl- to have been made by Pere Bertheil Ledean. Charles the First walked
i the outbreaks of ordinary coughs demic thirty yesrs ago, and was again Guzman. a Portuguese priest. in I -. dowb"hitehaB to his execution. The
and colds, which usually occur ti the stricken during the recent outbreak in or 60 years before Mongolfier. n4d, branching from the quare, to
oldM Moeth< epdenitcs of Ianllaue Sipa.i-" the asM artery ofthe city as well as
may occur at mny assea oft the year. How can ae lm ard against lai ,. the write eetd pia" te of the pee,
Th2 s hM e present epideic raged amost ea401 32?ww empOase. pA. Buing, moisy, crowded, w todo
teaisely lna -ope la May. Jane and "In guarding against disease of all "When crowding is unavoidable, as belieed by Lo doners to be bread,
July. Moreoer, i tme case of ordl- kinds, it is important that the body be na street cars, care shouM beaken to t is th best street in th em lire.
ary cold, ti general symptom kept stog and able to light off dit- keep the face so turned as sto to in- Tmw 2. aI ps ad adm y 1f te
(fever, pa "depression) arem by a ease germa This can be done by hav- hale directly the air breathed out by hotels a o ths street.
measm as severe or as madda lt their ag a proper proportion of work, play another 1persoan.
Saat as they are In ta8naW a. Final- and rest. by keeping the body- well "It is especially Iaporat t be Unk ed sstlsa.
ly, ardary colds do et spread lothetd,and by eating ufficient whole- ware of the person who a or First Soier (looking at portraits
thm gh the community o moddy or mom and property selected food. In asetee without evring s mouth of hlMmit)-Which do you thia s the
So estomvely as does Iaduam.n eoanection with diet. it is well to r. and nose. It also follows that em *t. Miket
"ba most cases a persea takal selk member that milk is one of the best should keep out of crewdsoa d staufy Seesmd Sdier-Well,- personal. I
wIth laabeanf feels sick father as8d- all-ead foods obtainable for adults' places as much as possible. keep think the O aa la i i gas mask
adlly. He feels weak, heb palIs lathe as well as children. So far as a dln- homes. offices and workshop pswell is~ best. .
ea"sa eas. head or back, and may be! ease like nlauena is concerned hbeelth aired, spend some time oat of doors a
mse all over Many patients feel authorities everywhere recognta th each day, walk to work if at all pima M
eaMsy, s aemit. Meet of the pa- very close relation between its spread ticambe-n short, make every ps e hi war is dreadflly ep iv
tiest8 enmplain of feeling hilly. and d vererowded homes WWhie It *effort to breathe as much pure air as iat n r
waft C eomms a fever In which the ot always possible, especially Ina PosibI | Tea. at thm7ea know. ~
mawem-tut rioes to W to 10. Ia tmes libe the present, to aveid sch "I all health matters tlwew th adt-' MI as goe aGN too"
amet ceas paulse amtes relative- overcrowdig, people should eeaid vice of your doctor Wad obey the rog-
lyew. the health danger and maik eery' lations of your local and state health
"-f appeared dme is re. .. the e.t to redM the hm ow veerowd- tT w le t-ms eb with.ag s-


The Iroa bars at the windows of some
i the rooms were placed there to pro-
act the tiny price from kidnappers.
rears afterwards he was crowned as
kig In the same wall. John Knog
peached the coronation sermon.


Advise for Would-Be Flyem.
The secret of the whole game of
earning to fly Is, I believe, never to
get eieted. I have seen beginner after
beginner*smash when he was first sent
up to fly. They run along the ground.
ull back the stick, as told. 6B a me-
fasnt later ot hA astomlshebad ,tadJI
eboesi 2- 8 so *t off *W a
hathey can thlat nr
Vg off the throttle. jerash
dowA 8 first, with controls In climb-
ag nation to the last. If they would
imply tMhnk-- C
"Ba. old bi, you're In the air at
ast-some thrill, but the main thing
now is to stay here a bit and then
seae down witlat a crash. Base the
stick forward-now we have stopped
limbi g. Feel that puff-she's tip-
ang, but a little stick or rudder will
top that Now pique her down, and
reduce the gas a notch or two. Here
comes the ground-straighten her out;
too ftuch, she's climbing again; there.
eat the gas-a little more-there--not
a bad landing for the first try."-C. B.
Nordhoff In the Atlantic.
Pooeed Waster Rebuked.
The man who went into a Dallas
(Texas) hotel dining room and com-
plained because sugar was rationed
probably believes now that It would
have been more sensible for him to
eat what was set before him and say
nothing. When he was told sugar was
scarce the man broke up two rolls
Into bits and threw them on the floor.
Inside of an hour a committee waited
upon him and he was told to buy a
Red Cross button, apologize to the
waitress for rudeness and write a let-
ter dally to the Dallas council of de-
fense as long as he remained In Texas,
so that his moveipents could be fol-
lowed. The man showed that he was
sorry for hs display of temper and
it is not believed he will waste food
any more.

WeIgh the Bable.
N Yoa have babies to weigh prepare
to weigh them now. This Is the ha-
bles' year. It began April 6. the first
anniversary of our entrance Into the
war. The first step is to weigh all the
children under five years of age. The
Idea is to begin with- the children, to.
build up the nation of tomorrow. 4
Many of the physical defects which
caused the rejection of applicants for
enlistment in the army and navy are
believed to have had their beginning
in latfacy and the committee believes
a higher standard of physical efldcen-
ey la the rising generation will result
ftrm these tests. Height. weight and
reach are considered a rough index of
a child's health.

# Emperor Karl.
The lm prplon which the Austrian
empeior has made on his sutJects.
since is accession, is showing Itself
n the nickname which he hears In
Viemna-Eari der Ploetzlicbe-which
wmay be translated Charles the Man
to Impalse. because of the emperor's
brsque deciddons. The Tsach nick-
nasme t "Kardl Novak spravce kon-
kara pIdtaty. amy, Austria."
which appears t Englth as "Charlea
Jeas. e nclal reelver of the liquida-


HISGREAT RICHES


Man'8 Treasures That Are Be-
yond Reac tof Thieves.

Here Is Example V W All M Follow
and the Woild *" uld i Better
Place in Which
to La.

I have just ih:l1 a Ind' ,onvet-
sation with a frie iil %~to I :,d for
his generosity. I ,o nit reft.- :oney,
because he ha l ttl,. I r.. i the
generosity of hii. thought i :. lie
is always doing thing fo. I' le l-
ways thinking :aihout the fellow
-always helping.
One of the reluarkhable 'rls-
tics of this snmn Is his hl: lie
has the kindest face Imnau',,...... the
sweetest disposition, llej- rlhest
man I know, rich because, bi ,< the
most. Not money-but fri, t.ralnl,
Ideas, knoulet'ge of tlie v o an
extraordinary degree, allhli e ,ilter-
tain, ability to listen, -.. ,to tell,
remarkable experiences : **- lleet
and to talk aouit.


Now for the conversation ;. asked
me what I thought was th. .t won--
derful comment on life I Id ever
heard or read. I could answer
him, but I asked him for -. chlce.
What seemed to him the *st won-
derful and truthful thing hi r heard
or read? Here It Is as b Itoted it
from Jean Jacques Rousi. :
"The dead take to theti ,rnves, in
their clutched fingers, only lint which
they have given away."
J looked at him-and anw in bhi face
no sign of realization that the quota-
tion applied to himself. lie had no
Idea that unconsclously lie was giving
expression to his own creed of living.
He was as simple and honest and
naive as a child. He admired Rous-
seau's idea., saw the truth of it. loved
it. but never dreamed that he himself
Is a living embodiment* of lt-a man
whose hands are filled with riches.
Somehow as I walked hl to the
o*ce from lunch (where W riendl
quoted Rousseau), I thoiugh'ihat the
idea was a good one to puss on. Here
we go through life. grabbing, grabbing.
grabbing-yet seldom getting anything
worth while. Money, fame ntnd all the
- th thaisg whicth
In later years we mPaht clutch to our
booms and and comfort In.
The. wpr provides a great oeplmortn-
nity for all of us to get rich-ri withh
the rewards that come to tho-. wli-s
serve. Don't let the chance go ,'y. If
you can't fight, give to the Rel row.
give to the Y. M. C. A.. nby I 11werty
bonds, buy War Savings stamps. i:lvo.
serve, spend. Spend that yo marna re-
ceive. Have some part In the common
lot Do something-the happy recol-
lection of which you will carry with
you In the years to come.
Private Peat tell- in a manrazine r,
tide this month of the most tender.
gentle thing he ever saw a s-.tdler l1.
He tells how upon asking a sollie'r v ho
was shivering with cold and pain "what
had become of his overcoat. the szoiler
answered: "Oh. my pal was killed l ,wck
there, and he looked o olded. Living
there aIn the rain. that I took offt my
coat and put it over him."
Tell us-did you ever hear of :-*.-
body richer than that poor. free znig
boy who laid his ce.,t orer his d-':e!
pal, as afal nta j of affectionate
service? Wouldn't u like to be as
rich as that?
"The dead take to their graves. In
their clutched fingers, only that which
they have given away."--Anierlc:n
Magazine.

Step Outd0er Photography in London.
Orders have been nmile by the com-
petent military authority. miler the
dilefen of the realm regulations, preo-
hibiting the making without ip rnIls-
slon, of any photograph. sk<.t-t. pilln.
m0lea, "or other representation of ian
place or thing," within a given i r,..
No person In this area shall, without
lawful authority or excuse. have In
his possesson any photogrnllhie or
other apparatus "or other nat,-rial (or
thing suitable for use la mj kin-* :nly
such repre"sntations.-- The nr.ra nf-
feete@ &inIndes the raetropo'lt.u: pI"-
1ie district ndl large portloem;f *the
counitles of E.-x. Kent and S, ,-
lAIndon Telegrnia.

Where Ho Had Trained.
The Intrepid -rgeant :- 1"I-ng
pumped by the war vorre.pq..1.rb ,t aft-
er receiving a meLal for exit.,",, ,Iary
gallantry in lead his ,1j1,jI, t( (he
second line In a rigit rnt .*. re-
turning with vahl,1,t, infr..r,:'**'
"I deserve s er..t at all." *h* pr,-
tested. "It show1.' all ., to N.ito h-
bor Jones, who Im a d wter.n.l,' i:,
the sandy felds a ig the. cre.*k l h* I
I was a boy and kpt a Itthili.'n *f
bulldogs and hotui.,l to xunrd them."

One Penatt War.
Women may bh. ciu ar.t<> their
own, but. never'..t.e :,. .>f the
nmot stirtling of -tir ,. r.. .,l'tio'ns
is the .r.<','nt ;,-,,mln, i... "f the
bridegroln. who i' (i.[ih, *rt.-tiroly
the briel- as th.. reter of ;attsl-iont
wlkm. th6. rnii<-. -_.. Ilui.J.


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Nahville residents and railroad
oicials have chrlatened the train of
seven cars conveying women and
girl workers from Nashville, Tenm.,
eab morning to the DuPent Powder
Plant uear that city "The Powder
Puff Special." It was found neces
eary to run a special train morning
and evening for those women who are
putting heir boulders to the wheel,
working day to and day oat at a
manO's s e job. The fact that they
an holdingC on to their lemininity, as
the "Powder Puff Special" would Im
ply, commanding from the man's
woWMl a continued recognition ol
their typically feminine tralts, asbo
that In taking up the meot masculine
of aan's work, they are not leaving
the beaea path of femininity. Go
lag into this world with women is the
Young Women's Christian Ausicia
tiUo, which is preserving the ideal
of womanhood against the danger
of new marroundings and occupation
to which they are unarmcsomed, and
which are contrary to all previous
meNeptions of prwprieties for women
It is watching dver these girls, har
lag with them their Joys and sorrow
a doi-ortblg enough to ju*
tify Pre t Wilaon in ineludin
the orgmanatkm among the beve
welfare bodies ulted for War Servi

Tomorrow, the last day In whi
to buy Fourth Liberty Loan lmfnd
Have you done n? If nom, get bua

Arther Pretset.
Arthur was pasulag a day with I
uLt. "I going to do somshinag
hm ye u n your birthday." d
l o dthe little hey. "but kNg I wa
o Mis the teacher hew yen behave
sOel." "If you really want to
u..thleag to please me, auntie." sa
Athe be. "d-t' ask the teacher."


Na tirny Felt Impetant.
-WM was th lady who Just
Complaft to the MO e tht
dark a-d nt showa her the prs
r-Imtesr eTht was Mrs. *ashh;
"-0 leeke" Imgportant.- 3b bas
igtht to fed i portent. She's ow
this ra over $1.00 for tho past
Misths.'-Birlnugam Age-Harald.

Meanlg of the word.
A colored man who prided bis
en dilt6.tet s was asked for a &a
ties of reciprocity by a white m
"Wedll sa." said he. "You we t
ey lay ftr de whit* folke Ilay
de ieau aud de white folks dey I
hr ms; dats re'prucity."--Team Wo


Try. Try Agalnl
Teunag waters will do well teo
member that Lord eacvn rewrote o
c0 his wao 12 time; and Pas
Whl Ntter several times. and o"e
thum 12 timl; while Edmund Ba
bad hia woha printed two or thi
times eI a private prre before off
lag them to a publsher.


NFOe ul-.nt in Bouillon.
Be ite has no Ii,.., nourish
qaitllUe tha hot s.It water.
the utumet is still t, ;he meat fr
which the breth was m:,in The hbi
a is a Muant. i.:,' is all. Th
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mnag a raneace before a ow
3 mIte- lull a!, a storm
ireahg. theai, be a' ragrant a.
stg- ellmg dewer Richter.

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'tMl Adlministiator Hoover aS
lied upon the American peoplto
t ade Otober 27 a uaeM a-
DO Sunday. Driwg tht wek
ere will be distributed to each
"me n the important h*atm. of
is vital program be preated. Mr.
over has prepared a mmge- to be
d in all churches on October 27th,
id Iu adlitiou ha requeed thalit all
nominations observe thi day with
emieervation service.
When the interalled food everil
as held last summer, the seeds of
le Alies were ekoeL Corrected
i the returns fro the harvest were
certained and the shipplg po"d-
lities were developed, the shedle
how that America must this coamin
ear send for our armed forces and
be allies half as mnch again of food
appliess as last year. In piase of
even and three-quarters m ll
ans the shipments this year will be
eventeen and one-half ton. We are
edged to seOd flty per cent more
od and from esubtantially the iname
stocks as last year there must he in
reased conservation to secomplish
hle rsealt. The interallied council
as told that whatever the war-food
program of the Allies requires we
will endeavor to meet. This in an
bilgation nieasured in the term of
iaman life that rets on every Amer
aUn.
The new program is les spedfic
at no les deflinite than that of the
ast twelve months. Then the Food
Adminitratkin was meeting one em-
rgency after another as it rose. LTh
rear it will be a long, steady pll
directed to the whole food altnation
nd not so m bch to particular eom-
modilies. After a year's experience
he Food Administration is on a new
otUng here and alwoad. The ways
have been learned, the methods have
men developed.The war eonwelenue bI
ictive.everywhere. The spirit whiet
will carry &I$ eourt through to an
other triumph is alone the am e, ye
intensfled by the year of anxiety
and brightened hope&.
Distribution of the Hoover memag
to heburces of Florida will be hand
led by county chairmen of euomerv
taon actig directly under Mr. J. I
Fuller, director of organization a
appeAl, at Orando Fli. Mrs aFulk
in co-operation with J. H. Whitne
director t6 eduaetion, will furnia
copies of the meeage to all clerg
men who iake requests, and will a
so send uwieent copies to women
alrme in the asetive oeaUt I
Safily all plpit an Oct. 27, and
is qi that no peranm in FIorid
will fall to hear the im ortant won
from Mr. Hoover.


The Annual State Conventlka
the Floridkla unday-sehool A&aoci
tihm will be held at Miami on Te
.lay, Wedneday and Thursday, O
tOber 29, 30, and 31, on invitation


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be greatly improved. This seeheo.


will be held with Ite Main street
Baptist church in Jacksonville. The
pasWtr and members of this church
are preparing to royally entertain all
whoe attend this esAom of the aseo-
elation, and are looking forward to a
large attendance.


the Miama Chamber of Commerce AINimle PWrevt
anad the 81idlay-,rhool worker of Iti s singl at e sightow large.
that city. l aimaln are referred to n proverba,
S*. ice prerbv are built om Bme'a
The convention wMI iulde all dt- li and their obeervatks, it Is real-
omlinatiol in Florida. Every 8au- ly not so eod.
diy-ea sl i invited to asend dele- Oe doel ple dnP r et .
.gate as eareover two ho a dlent eildres or t table servants;
Sunday- s i Flo athe strattaga peacocks, with their larle
Sundlay-is in Florid8a a tong Iad beatutil tails of gaudily dmeh
and inlpifril gathering is antleipa wnem; the rek-l t, o
bold adventurers; the tning fens.
All delegatet will be entertained U cled rewd tride ;m
for halging and breakfast as. he the plldr g crickets of care-free as
makes, osadlthe sippery eel, d. aee-
gmats of the Miami Suaday4p oo l liab empboyme.
workers. This readiness to ee re la
A full program eoveriog ery wr aw
eeof mnoderna Suiday-ofool w a sald Ihs a I stM o as
has been prepared. 4ghtoee "epar- snk a ihiri F1 i"s-' IsOW
ate mlon will beheld and aboshet happy as a cladi" the headstrat
forty of the leading 8eday-sehoil yoeth& *wild as a buck -the duoaI t
workers of all deno:niMation in Flor- S Iasb uo s a afhuve aa
ida haveaccepted places.oe the pro- la;s t n eri who s leasn and
srawm. ta f t stature Io as t as a grap
The relation of the Sausay-sebol behoa."
to good citizenship and the wnlanag "
,of the war will be empbla.sed., Meos for the iFP
*e i-tranl eh ol sAeMdos wwill "W 9O s and p p" Is
be l ertl thhoeo o wle the reply Of a writer In the aetd
be held every aftern for the Post-IntellOgeer to a perKs wh is
veed iestr ction of worker in the searchag for a reliable awe for fat. hI
beglauern, primary, Jeaior, ere- that climate fa.t per..I saiply melts
i.nediateiekradlst d ad"mial,- a"1 dw. As ly In the mI- m
trative dipartet of the S 0day. l- g as daybreak Gee awakes to md
tN. latrtkea t these train. Mmselfl.bated Ia perpsrael.Se1
ihg ds oo will e give by ecog- "0 t the on em a o
n*id ellett. tAe a91 2i Fmi e; y e lbw e W esk
No eial pP m orrde-the temperature rie to 1I degAs.
No r Mand at midday the air ialy the
Iis are WMe-0ar- ian order to attend l reir em fat la MUse-
ihbis coventioM. Each tInday- otams. aad nobody works If It caa hbe
swelde*, i ss Ag el am.55at it
lehool worker is Ivited and Al ibe. e&VWliad a00t mlsme thea t
Welcomed. Q ,- In avf e l-a r wthe IPWtt
lafor.- at gardin g lte avea t n1n i e60 I MIs Lht.
liu tea bte geeare d1 m J.O. Webbh is Nusupim-
immIbeser-- dietary FIoda O daN- -Of mI t. gr I n St e
chool Asfmuriatl.5 418 P-mtamgig ths he nzf he i. *6 ta-
ae B- i th Mt, tf -M -

By whilojeek lag for s ie dy toas .

Do you know thai a beifl we-
oea always b hasa a g d i -ill Mor lTUL
If your dagestlioeis ty, eI m ghtO OwwOrk jut bo6er0 sursag t
of oest% sand take Soaim" du meals. mare than nay other tbar,


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-low A, P~ ~ t 'It*i 154


jLegal Notices


OTICE OF ELECTION

Wbhore Iine I.es.llatntr- of 117. under
tihe t'.-UiiLtl"n <1 l ;"*f .f th*e Wtate of
Florida. ii d p tt- w Joint Itsltlutlotis
prop -I- :- 'in.1i9'iinr 1 t itlo lte 'olln-
Snltuliou of lthe *t4le of Florlda. and the o
maine were Artld Iohy a 4itt''t lrt lt liftI!!
of all the lnt-nile,'rs etle- ,>l 10 4o ch tait-i.e
that the vites oti 2nl were entered uloi theni.: req itptlve -tir
nals with the yen. si inaylis thereinn. ind
they did dteranine anid din e* that I lie said
Joint Reseltiieiis lie 5t-i litset t oil,. ele-t
orieof theoSiatent the tie: rf r-'lKltln In
Novelutebr. I is.
Now. therefore. I. H. C'laiy Ciawtfo.al, See
retaryof State iof thie itate of Florida, do
hereby give iril.-e that a
GLN IrtAl. F.lI'TITN
will be held in each eouniv Itn Florhla on
Tuesday next maiceedin l the Irt .t Mouday
In November, A. lD. ltS. the .aid Tuesday
being the
FIFTH DAY OF NOVIMBEIE
for the ratilfcat Ion or rejet-lein of the ntid


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attack of diarrhoea three years ago.
It was the only medicine that re-
li ved me.,


The tra ant r
A: mIsber et the war trade board
sid IS a d ibcam of pre-war extrav-
a68aue:
l hea a irmy the other day, a
story about as extravagant Pittasburh
1. Shesat engaged to a young brok-
er. but br father put hi foot dowl

"What's yr objectio" to Harold.
papar the Puairgh girl asked. bit-
img herU
"'My obbsedei' am the old sman,
I that the 9 a*w can't support you.
m." sda the girl. coldly.
I er as e mPOa
S: Oratery.
"Wat's an that about the Argonat
and the goldea fseecer
"Jum a Itule owery stur as a start-
er. The smater Is discussing the wool



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oinst lem iunlh..s proisosing iameindmients i
Iz:
ot e constitution o .t Vi- state of l.rlda.l I

A JOINT KErk :.ITIPN l'ilpailnre an
hmendaient to Setio-n .- o nrt lier XlII
of the t'onstliution of the State ol Florlda
Lelating to l-duenalon. I
e It Resolved y ty ilt I.efslanture of the
StIte of 'Flotrltd:
That the f1.ll-in In' ilislt-ndliinnt Ioftse>-tlam
.of Article XIl, ,f th*e iontlillutlon of the
Rtate of FlIorhli nItelitihia to i.ucatihon is
lerelby agreed to atnld t-allt Ie submitted to
he electors of Ihe t alte for ndopiton or re-
ectioln at thl,, Mt o ltnri I i'le.-t ou of p-
esenlaltes. to ift h. l irn fti. yar. A.lT
1ti; that I- 1lob any, lint Ste-tlhion S of Art leto I
(11 of itlie citl Iti : h,lin if Iit -snlh i-o rqir- I
da be anieilat l ni m. ito retml as flilow.s:
Se l-t-til S l -ll m 'oilunty .li:ill ls- ro-aiilir Ot
o abb :haand 'l.et'l atulliinly lii aI tlie .suill-
or" of tie hpultllc f .iv t4lk.a I hnertsli, a tax
if ni 14 es- Clili 11i 1i-.,-. 3:0 millll- lai Ilmorn
tban tlii itei iiianIa on itite dollar onl all tax-
ible property lin the in.time.
A JOINT IEtKOLUTIo'N
Proposal AmnnendmiIena to the ons titution
of Florida.
Be It KRetolvd by the legislature of the
State of Florida.
That Article XIX of the C'onstiltution of
the State of Florida, he nnd tile same Is
hereby amended so as to read as follows:
Article XIX. Section 1. The mansiura -aui.
ale. barter or exchliange f II alcoholic or
Intoxicating Iituors a nnd I averages. whet lh
er splrltuotus.vImopt.i or nalt.are herethiy for-
ever prohlhilil tlit- tnlat- sorf Fhlormla, iex -
r*pt ahonol for ineillh-il. sientii>- or mane-
zhanical puropses., iml wile l*tor sonrairetnei-
tal purpose.; tIhe sale ijf hIlis al-lithel and
wine for tihe liirlpses aforea.hid, ..hntllt t
regulated hty law.
e.. Ti e LegE lllture slinil enunt .aMltl-
able laws fair hl t -lilorriemnenit oi tie ipro
visions of Iiil artItl..
Se. 3. Thi. %rliti -llinll mo ein)i t eTet nil
thIbe first day of saJnnsiiurx.A. Ii. lslh.
The vote.i cast in ,comiltiinc- wlli said
proposed anetmeidiiimnt. aind Ilie p-auivas,
declarationsi anld i 1t urn ti liT-rf.st, inll bT I
subjected to tile s ite rt-4uinltlloitns aind re-
strletlons asare prlieh- hy l lw for thel
general ele i oaIn it Ii- Sta e oflr 1-irida I
In tesl mniony whliretof, I in a. l.-reiunt
set my hand aind nffixrd- lu, ir reat -,I I of
thettate of F elrldia al Ttilnaliwa .ee. the'
Capital.this the twe-lly-Iilh diay of lulav.
A. I). 1HI.
(0-1) H. IAY.RY itA r"F 8-2 1t- z 44*-reltiry of late.


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For the potection tof the flhing
industry in Florida, and In order
that there be no misunderstanding as
to tie requirements of the United
States Food Adniniltratilo. all per.
sons engaged in mIhlng,or in the
buainesi of buying, eilinr or ship-
ping of Ash, are hereby notified that
the following special ruling has been
approved:
From November 25th to December
20th, 1918, inclusive, no fishing for
mullet will le per miltel in the wat-
ers of the State of Florida, aor will
marketing or shipping from Florida
points be allowed.
This ruling 14 effective during the
time specified in the waters of the
State of Florida, and violationof this
rule will result in such penalties as
are or may be provbled by i he United
StateW Food Administration.
This riling does not alter or change
other general rullngd of the United
i states Food Administration apply-
lag to the fishing indu4ry ol Florida.
BRAXTON BEACH AM,
Federal Food Administration, Fla.

* I1MI M ISial INSINKI
On account of the great amount of
iceknems due to Influenza, over the
State and country at this time, it was
t deemed advisable to postpone the
a holding of meeting of Jacksoevidle
Baptist association, until November
e 19, 20, 21. This meeting was to have
b- been held for three day, beginalog
- October 22. The territory covered by
'-_this association embraces Na su,
d Baker and Duval counties And a
r great many messengers and visitors
V, form the thirty odd churches located
Ii in this district, attend the meeting,
Y- and lls jUankti to te eatertalag
l- church, with a great many of thetI
1 members lick, the meeting was pul
to forward one month, at which time it
it is hoped that health conditions will


To A. J. Johlison. .herffT Nassau t'nunty.


Notice of Applicatisa for Tax Deed
Under Sects 6575 of the General
S tuem of Florida.
Notice s ha!y 'Il-i Ihn t it It. i sa nd4erp,
purcbaer T" Cmrliti-l" .\.te No. l dated
the StladI d-oftober. A. A- s. in#. fil. d
mid ceirlste in iny .,Il.- and lies made
applieaUr. ftr ta x tle"Il to I"etne In au -ord.
ance witu saw. Mmid r-Itictale itisnrat etbe
Afoiowl. deerltjd pre.lwr y illuated In
Matma euty, Flornid, to % it:
Nei of lt. I, Block t4t. City of Fernai.
dina. The Md l nd Ieg tin ista-da *t te
daisofatbe Itsuan-v cit au-h -erllniele In the
ameof a9 L illiner. I inlew said cert.
eatelhl abe rede*miied a.are *r.I Ing to iaw. tas
deed wiU Ma therm-on on ti i4th day t
NeOiber. A. Ai. llI.
Witla my otiell aignisure and e altb
Ird day of Otober, A. I1, l il!.
Iteal) U. C.t 'R4unWs,
lerk Circuit Coeurt NaMaes (ouSty, Prerda.


Notice of Appcatien for Tax Deed
Under Section 575 of the General
Statutes of Florida.
Notire Ic hereby given taiat a harles Mrlllr.
purcLaser of Tax i erillftte t No *;". dated
the 2nd day of itotwber. A. I H 1t. hba flied
vaie certificate In aimy iM-e.a nod has nide
application for tax dee-l to ioeiu iein mi-ord
a lev with law. St the tollownlag dehrlll i illreitav ituinte in
Namaniualnty, l'loridn to-wit; lIse 2 sand 4
In lock 1i. ('ly of -ernimai.lia. The maid
land being aa at tI lietal 4 of lsuanc- of
meb certificate In the namtie of J. s.'lark.
'ntlem mald certilenh-se %hail relelmteine- sC-
eordlng to law. la dte-el wi ll i .iiie thereon
Ob the 11th day of Noeminbr.a I.is
Witnessr ny official sgnaolure and ieal this
the Mb day of <.-tol>er. A. P., I.Poi
("Ial i. l4. t BI'UW. F.S.
(;lef Circuit tourt XNam u i ouuty. Florida.


Notice ef Application for Tax Deed
* Under section 575 of the General
Statutes of Florida.
Ina irrult court Fourth Jud'icial C'ir ult,
Nassau o'ouuy.' State of F*lorim'.
Notire ia hbery given, that Joieph s-ila,
prehaarr of Tax 4certl-iten Nun. I: .andi
dated the tod lay of inrtoter, A. A Is1l0.
baa atld said certifiattl In my e4ce. and
hes fnae application for tax deed to iewur in
aceordance wIth law. Maid certilleate, em-
bnees the followlag damrlaried property. sit
aiated In Masau 'Ounty. Ilorlida. to-iult:
tlts I1 2.6 4.-% 6.;. in BM.eak Ith. st y of
Feaandi-aa. Dalao lA 1 .1 %, ". L, g. a. tn
loWk tS l tyofFernandlni. Th sildlad
magamaed at ihe date of the Insuanceof
sa d emrnlcate la tie saane of W. A. Mano-
*=L. lalaMe ald frtiltae*tes shall be re
eeiaee acIording to law. txs deed will ssue
tm ean she i Kb day of November. A. I,
Wtalne a my elale gnalutr .ad mw te.


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IUULARIEY BITlM

r.Mis Fmim.fl


I Legal Notices |

Notice of Application for Order to
Sell Minor's Land
Notice it hereby given that on the 14th
day of Ortober, A. 1> 1IM, I. as Guardian of
the person and estate of Loulsa church, a
mlinor, will apply to be coany Judge uof
Nass(u county. Florlda.at his oice Il tIs
city of 'e-rnandnas. Florida. for an order
aut hortilng mi. as such guardian. to sell at
V private sale all the right, title an Interest of
.Aoul8 Church, a minor, in and to the fol-
lowing lands lying and being In the county
of Nassau. Florilda:
All that certain tract of land situate and
beinKgi eetlon numbered Forty. Toan-
hbp Two North. Range Twenty Eight East.
and hounde1 as follows: (ommenclng at a
point where ttl soath boundary line of ile
Seaboard Air I.hne right-of-way tforuei I y
the Florlda is ntral and Peninsular Iill-
road) lntersets;'owpen branch and runms-
Ing thencee southward seven hundred and
afileen feet along said branch to the irtIth
line of the county road: thence easterly
along tbhe north line of aid county noad
'sixteen hundred and fifty feet to a stake at
the edge of thel marsh; thence runisluK
northerly along maid arish nine hundred
feet tosald south Ihue of railroad right of-
way; thence westerly along said railroad
r2ght-of way aliteen hundred and fifty ftee
to place of begnlainK; being theaume trait
of land conveyedto Flltzabeth A. Churrb Itv
deed of Della M. Hibglubotham aun I C -
H Igln hot ban. datd November 2. |i<, anil
recorded In lDeed Record Book A I., page
43. of Ithe public records of Naassau a county.
Florida.
Dated Ibis 101h day of Septenelwi. A. >D.
CHARIOITTKE E HaI KU IH.
Guardian of the per-on and estate of Louis
Church, a minor. o f is-11l


Notice of Election to Determine
Question of Compulsory Dip-
pag of Cattle in Nassau
County, Florida.
The Board ofr county Ioumueni-u..: : of
Nar C11ounty. Florida. at a uisettei- ,,, -u'd
tw-rd IWld on the 2d day of sitleidi -.% \ 1)
Il. did order thatt l the iViniiI'- 1i. i n. lA
l ecidon to be held on tbhe fs ld:-' i Na
veieber. A. ID. il N. th4 he reubutete MU >I I .t L
qualhed elector In Ieb elec-tion i t-
said coty better compulsory an)% *-,
Uik eradkiatloUwork orcoinpulpur w1i I. ',K
W W-_le salill b carrledon t said s,-a 1 i
Wr With Lhe Cooperatmin of the Mtast I ,
Met Sania tary board ; therefore.
N.Tlrl.: IS HKRIBY ;IV. tl ha '*
oelila Oeneral KitcUoia to be held to '"
I"uCOaatyF0Orldason the 5th dayV 'i -
Veber. A. ). nM, here will be u>n.. :-
tothequaill.ed elector* votIng In said
uoi the public question wbetbrcomp .pin. -
systematic tick erWdeatlon work or f ain1
ary dipping of caIo halll be carried or .
all lekrtions distrlcf in a Npu in. .
F.orlaa. by and with the coopersaton eol !._
itate lIve.4Utok iltary Boai0rd. Sald it
toa to be held and conducted accord I."
the saws and procedure governing gsin-'
ele-IUoiA.
In wit-n s whereof. i.. L .( Burgess,.ji-r
of mlaid oard, brennto suletube nay unso-w.
olBcially and alB the sal of aid r oard tt*
4th day of September. A. U. it.&
I-a li U ('. BCR(I.I,.s.*
Clerk of tise Board of County CSm mlalo'-;
of Nasmamu Couty. Florida. 1i 11

In The COict ourt Frorth Judi-
cial Otrealt eflerida, ta and
for Nasmsa Oo ty.
In Chaneery.
Adon Benjamin Hop
Sarab Ola Hope .lf
Notice to Nona ideent
To sarab Oa Hope. reidteee unakaowa:
on are hereby equrd to appear oa th
com plainteror ivre Cas i herei against
ooI byo Adolin t lamia Hop intheC Arcuit
Thie Vernaanda New-Rarore ts berety
dlegnated s the ewpaper sn whieb this
order *hall he pubObed *Oft eaeb week fur
S, t coneat-utive wks.
IVtew m y hband as a rk a"d the meal of
aid court this t day o at fIember. A. [..
(Seas 0. P. gCRGBW


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LIFE FIFTY CENTURIES AGO

Dieoeverles Show There Were Many
Polats of Resemoblee ti o That
of the Prsst Day.

Traniation of prehistoric tablets tIn
the University of Pny lvanla mu-
seum at Piladlphlia has revealed that
women mayors were regularly comstl-
tad publie edals In Asia Mlnor
*W years ago. That prototype ot
SwPqer m *W e t that remote t me,
trueo ma in tramdtlic f the
velveItl tames at the present day

were I IN bal" la also di-s
cated lIn the newly deciphered writ-
las. -s
The translations which concern a
eMe-powerful, well-organlsed govern-
meat and people atf which nearly all
taea haS "ba lost through o100ng for
itimN eturiBsa have lust been com-
te by Dr. A. B. Lsayee oft Oxford
aldvesity, famous erletal scholar. He
esp d the tablets two years ago and
tok thie esiO to Ept, where he
Was Amy able to master their time.
shreued tmemg~
The tablets were the work of Hlt
ttm 5 of p, whose m atinal
boundaries W t enules ago extended
from the Mditerranea to the Black
sa and fteo the headquarters of the
uphrate Int what i now Persia
Each pwrovhme was ulvided into
citis and those were upervised by a
mayor and a n refectres, whose pow-
erm, the tablets ladicate, were eordi-
Mated. In eOe lastance It appeared the
woman 2Nayr had an oclal status In-
depdent Ot the Male head of the
"uncial" government.
* As WMight Into many other Interest-
ag and hitherto unknown phases of
fe the ancient kingdoms whom
boils comprised the present-day Mewo-
potaan battle grounds are afforded
by Doctor Bye's discoveries. ,


Mrs. Wllitam Bell, Igansprt,
ld., writes: "I deem it my duty
ri express my gratitude for the good
ChambirlaW's Colic and Diarrhoea
BRemdy did me when I had a severe


NOTICE OF ELECTION

To the Sheriff of Nassau Counnty of the
State of Florida:
Be It known, that I, H. I.AV 'RAW-
FORD, Secretary of State. of the state of
Florida, do hereby give iotl.e that a
GENERAL. KlIF."FlON
WIU be held In NasI ('CIunaty. state of
Florida, on Tue slay next Nucrce-eing the
rst Moday In November, A. ivsl, the
sab Tmeaiay belgt I he
FIFTH 1DAYV *F NcFV1:MIIUFt
For one Repesenitatilve of Ilie* se-uoile con-
gresslonat It rhi-t of Ili e I ateP of Florida,
in the .'lxty-sixth i ongre. s of the lm ulted
States.
For Attorney General of the State of
Florida
For two Justices of lhie Suprenme Court of
the State of 'lorlda
For two Railroad Commissioners of the
state of Florida.
For Htate Henator for tilh Henatorial Ies-
trtet of the %late of Florida.
For two Members of the liouseof Repre-
sntatilves"of the State of Florida.
For C countyy Judge.
For II'e County 41oniulmlaioners
For three Nenmlerm ofl lnie Count y board of
Publc I nsl ructlobn.
For Ju.tice of the Peace in *and for the fol-
lowing Justice I ilatrilte, vii:
No. I.
o. 2.
No.:-
No. 4.
For C'onstablle nlu and for the foilo.Ing Jus-
tice districts, via.l
No. I.
No 2.
No.4.
No &
In tetliniony wheire,,f. I lihave lhereunto
set my band ainil ixtedl tie;r sat Seal of
the Slato of Florelmla. at Tnllnhaatee. b the
Capital, this twenty-fourtli day of August.
A. D. 1918.
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Every true pat
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his money to t
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LOCAL LACINII
Picked Up About Town b
Busy Pencil Pushers.
The News-Kecord, SI a year.
You will feel better if you ke
your war savings pledge,
&Bake O1, Carboll, Turpemti
Mano, Omega Oil, etc., at Suber's.
WAN rED-A four-room bom
Apply at FlakI'saCIgr Store.
-tFr Reant" "Rooms (or Rei
and **For Hire" card*, 7x9 Inch
10C each, lr sale at tbhis olce.
IAml Goldstain returned home Ii
evenlag from Savannah, da., wbe
bme spat a few days.
Oseeme cnre eilb and fever, toU
up the appetite and aide digesti(
$Oc., at uhrer's drug store.
Te parents and friends ofJoha
Fanlira were delighted to learn S
urday of his sale arrival In France
Anes and Djer Kim perfume
loolf water and bee powder i
*om the new good to be uni
Sbrer's drug store.
Wr sate theap: One Iron bi
b"g trimmed. Complete w
p im. Mtta amd bolster. Call
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SJohns Hopkine hopilsl, thi sMini. week. I y-u have not subtcibed, Comnmilomor owa. .
It mer, is visiting hima anu family. do -oat ame. Many a man wants to W. W. Wafld was granted two W
|I .ulscribe but is not in a position to weeks longer to eomplete the agri-
g" Mr. Hilton of the Marine Fisher- do so. He is just as patriotic is the cultural statities of the eonaty. r, YUlr
e, lee Co., of Fernaediua, secured subl- oan wo subwribedl, but the man lmspectors and clerks of the gener- *
scriptioes from his employees for who is ei a position to subscribe and al election were appointed. feelings are
Fourth Liberty Loan oinds to the does nt do so), is a slacker and ls not .The chairman appointed Coomni* .
ist amount of $14,000, practically all worthy to be called an American cit. ~a auls 1Gowan, sanders and
re employees subscribing. This sab- izen. A. S. ALLAN, Chi'm. Jone to attend the meetIag of the
sceription is a big boitt to the quota tate Roald Departnment, to be held
o' the Fighting Fourth, and Mr. M ItI f 1 E T at Tallabasse on the 28rd and 24th gu id e th an
s$ Hilton is to be congratulated on hav- Myron W. Lovell, of the United of this molth,
0. lug such loyal employees. States cost guard, died In this city Application for approval of the O 'S '
Wednesday at 9:30 a. m., of pene. Nassm. Coasty Home' Guard was y
J. J. Corner, the merchant monia. He was at frst saferru Irnin pmeated and approved.6
e prince of Hilliard, was a pleasant inf~ae~.i, which developed into lb Coulty Attonr., Calki eand Com-. S y -
t- visitor to our sanctum Wednesday. dreaded pneumonia and which caused misloners Lehman and Sadews were
* He came to Fernandina In his new his death. The father of the young appllted to prepare the ballots for
B k, puched his Fourth liberty man reached the city a few minutes the foMrtleomg general eltet.oa.
Loaa bodl s tbroumgh the Frst N- t late o l-ii buy liv he l|e
lueal Bank o Feranaltina, mad was elaed o rat-cilas fireumal iv n
Go am appreciated ordr for J ib work. ihe navy. The body was mat to We wIs Io eaprus eou thab Sa
He never does thingsby halve Sford, Via., accompanied to wewl k p |mothy ksfor FIA
S Te coroner'. jury coucludal their deo by a naval ecort. The de- dritc the ek and death of our
it adias Fnday morning on ted ceased was highly regarded by the --3 and lhrther; also or the beaitl-
Satf am Hope, whose body was Sud oilers above him, and also by his ful l
t ea of the o factory lit week. eompaniuS, and has two brAthrs MLB ANDMRS. J. T. SWEAKIN-
e, o. Brock was held -poblhle for the service, one a captain and the OEN AND eAMILY.
I h a~deatbh of H ope. Re pa-other a lieutansat, and was a ephew
.. .. ... of Gen. Lovell, of e United State a .. ....u- puin.. i


>awn of AN M.W"I. -.-"l a sy Wa -
seu.Count per B .au
-wy will be held Oetrsf t..tive at em.t.
o'clokI n U l toStie oul -" V Ij
Ago A 3 Jte'asoWwi: ii
ind the sordid- ..l... b, It wauW W a, t ''
r est bilding.aterd
ness of the- W ar, All members OfIe ( r -, a Newed. Is pbe at t : t'
are mg*d to b1wpreseat.
glimpse a .great j LU(iA OR Sgas-ab urhry.A !
S"o -l.ry. 5 a .h"- I I l .ti.r it. a
e* I M GR ANin lt %. stIe
..-...switha :.ding* the M a" the tiY or mS, .
J*Dr.J & Lynn, we are piedt 10 Aomelia Islawd Concert bolied-ami 'h e. % ou
E WHOLE WORLD! !N ---. "
tal parlorlshe having been kept away good people to latenrveetion of Tird Yolk, t"w ith Grandna
Lshment of this ack of l'ue.. and Ce rs Moay ,se I AI IA'S Powdered S-ap
-Mrs. Mae (hlsateln i.;ably asslot- Gher 1,Pawde ared, irate 5Inm1I ai-LpiJ l
ite task that we ghe?, bnkm booklItroduetm b our gifte d mayor.
.. keepers, taking the place o4 M t4MWdeliver one of We g-YotrerHasIt!
ave set for r- K. Bkertil.herecpe ehe hrd In Fernandi recent-
an attack oflnfIlfipizt- -. I
____, ,.,. ---- ly. 4raed with facts and Afiare ---- -- ------
The fire department was ai Ical- g gathered from .xtensmve. travel slamg 3 -
ied out. to the J. 8.. Iirk riidence -the Wlie ilibattle frot, Mr. Chaln .s
riot will supp rt Nelay night, that beig the secoi d beaIheld hibearers at rapt** Y R E X
.11^ 1 W AA1 OUp p olLt tin ein a wi*-k he uioMicapi liaib tid-flueothl ib6entitre alk He d Y. .. ; ^ "<
a ing wa u L glles d the atflh u weuldntto detiht ahils to l d kl y iad 1 a test thing in Pie Bakers and Casse- "
nt and will lend the dleartm.ut yai called out this um1n latsm bly the character of enemy roles transparent, fire proof and
h fules n h ndItK. Wt the vilised world Is now b aulitt to Asoa aelectionof Army and Navy .
he fullest extent FAries.,.,.. nyXK wi"o,' 1I r w Photo Frames j v
Mrs. M. ILt. Wilds, of this el, will Mr. Chaaberlin was accpanied -
4 1 be pleaded' learn that he was con by as *m a s pein of young t X A
Amuerican manood as rcarg t Lo,
miimionedia liesleassiat the Central Aerl" m"Lbooa as'Ue c *- L. G R U N V A LD D-
chase Bonds of Otlneri" 'halu SicbooIat cap s oft 80abiwnuds froma epemy
SU l e, p.uterslar, V... October Il, te al e..C........... C ...
.... 4_L __ 1 41- Lieut. Wilds wMlto'haveeMhonorM bri.'brght am us-rl m __ __.___.-...._
ue through ,this o.n furl h.huowhi. i q sad kll ercMn never l" s .t th _
ei, t.hg hin ,ct. ... Vcs ". .-.,,.VemezuelaSparsely PopulaEST S PILLS
coue until later. ee of a count Wery. Whem we TMI ama of the republic of VenePzue- B RA N
*_.. view the mtllkce our so dier fred la tos 1,020,400 square kilometers (13.- DIAMOND j BRAND
IAIO N A L M I I. e iI N g ha mad how can one grudgigly .TO square Mles) and the e tni n tedI is
I V"The reply of the (kronen govern- --.9 K.....l di s l Dqecmbstloniscenteredr
meant to any note of Inquiry, dated goffemeWt, or refMue tO buy Plourthb n th -costal and mountain district-.
Octolbr 8th, give" rasiMm for ume to Lbhlbamd, even to the poInt of The states of Aqpure and Uplivar and .LADfor CHI.-C-R' T. .S
,say, to ,ny fellowcn,-untry,, that resl merile? If we gave our govern. the Delta-Amaeuro and Amazonas ter- DIMOND iKAND PILLS in ,, an
-ayher .... m' r~'~l r ....u t our moesy, we could hbustleand ritorite, ith an average population OLD metallic boe, m. aled .'B.e Bint1
Neither that rly o ay other re- ene t 0.per qure kilometer, are among sR nb on .A-o ult.-c-EiT 6
cenLevents have in *any way dim m bt either energy the mt seo tly Inhabited districts DIANon BaNaD.I PLLM, f r twrntv-fivl
ished lie vital inprtane the alealilluT regarded as Bet.Stoe to et. Aayefula is n woiab.
thherl t arm of this soldier, who SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Liberty L lk llall fr justIce ud righteo IIT SS EVERYWHERE wokTi
would mean defeat whesi vnia g ied for e and r eo- T
see i to be iin ht; would me sS. I 1 o.for aie awl tll, to the 3
years.of war lnsleetlf a f up*'.lAust s be up sld dolng. When b hibelfor cash, on Tueaiay, T_
0yoursofwar innt eumsI of psaTe up'.
Sour on lerm raeh the leader, only o le day Ot 1918, at l10 i., one dark i -a-DROP
i earnetly requt every I ill relm1i 1 wheb to buy Fortb brind le heifer, three years old, no
tie Ameritan to leave to the govern-Iely7 Beds. If yea have not ml- M ke brand,'o ply co tt.
g. SA TUR et' ohUnited. States anale already bought, are yo, sure you can JNO ACTA,,M, BEL
g SA T UR- momentous di uiMa ilnlted quit yrself with your conelence Chief ef Police.
2nd ,- 1 9 1 by8erany smod to remetSser th in daysto om any "I bhrbored October 18, 1918. -
V. 2n t 19 8 f s lomee e&5.0.-asl d ft slacker dollar.?' Nothbi- shori .
en the bands of thee go uo
ill ClO e nd to do in the ihntipot u duty. AloMeher. .'ado Ms. A. E. Sidmebenler, Rockfie d, os Ip t"
way now Iiamediately preset ld--by "ki" Ind., states: "For an attacks of l
at 2 o'clock subasibing to the tmnot of hs a abil A. 8. ALLAN. bro&hlal trouble which usually Ha.s- ASlRC
ity for bonds of the Fourth Liberty Chairmans. ails me in the spring I find Chaim- -
Loan. That loan must be swcceafuL beraial's Cugh Remedy the ony -
I am sure that the Ameriean people EB M M thig that gives me relief. After u, -
will not fail to see their duy and The Board of County Commision- lo It for a few ys ap slls I m Well
NNICKER ..nake I .cceful,... e wd. y. broueblal treble disappears.'" ,S HOgS Well
Yours for the fourth Liberty Loan, T., riletraltion book was revised Dr. Wilson's itnerdy. hInor.
,shier ST. ELMO MESSENOALE, iriktin therefrom the names of those aI the khids which itk thor .
Director of Publicity. who have died and those left the L. G rfnwald .e.-t-nn .n"'
.ount... Oly ulime the Auguist revision. given in water, very hog. strouig
-Li Repo of condltons of roads Optometrisi a nd- 4, ^,.f*. ,,,,,ee
.' l 'h,-,rao a',ghave been were male by Oummloners Silu M t e? r Qpticiane o ~ ar; wh ',.u
receival: From Crandall, W. U. and Gowas. ... .ec bt .rac..t a. 1s
Davis,.xhairmani quota $8,000, atl- The tax aneeusor's boaks were ex- A dlltcts @r vilio sciema. o o atlaauction. Ask you, dr.<.-et
Keeping physically fit helps win eribed t13,UI) Kings Pirry. E P. amlnied and aeeepted, assailw c o1-Ct d. A gallon pr. aio d tor ou
the war. Citrtae of Magnesia 3.c lavie, chairman, q.iota $17,000, re. J. IL saule, L L Owens, O W. -. n Book., t free. .
per bolttleat Shrer's drug store. ports 517,(50, also reports that Mrs. 1Iowan, A. McDonald and D. _- .. ReInelto..'dalfI ia.
-- Alma lIngramo was a mAst cnoastasat IHauphrey. were appointed delegate s R I A
y We were paltedl to learn of the wua ker and that hie is iuIeblted to her to the Faromer's Congress to tbe held
death of Willie Way11 sou of Rev. for the greater number of sublserip- io Jacksonville on the 23d and 24th For Infants and Children
SMr. Way, at one time lnoinater of the tions. Hllliar.l, G. 1I. Stokes, chair- of November. i Use FarOver 30Y sars
Presbylerlan church of this eity, who muan, quota l17,01), reports $17.00, John A. Aeo-ta was appointed in beau s
died at his home in Jacksonville last includmg 52,64)N from railroad eu- sectorr of marks and brands In Die- he eahse sen e.mmne t
ep saturday. Ilsoyees. lileand his cuiniiittee are Iricts I ad 2 aind raM11 ,U.--W,.,
Miss Eva Fi-hler, of Johnstown. 4lll working tiftee1n h>urs a day to Bond of U. erbinng as deputy -.
N. Y., sater of Maurice Flashler, on pt Hilliard still over. Have not heriff was approved, il l r .
whona she waited three months dur- had any report from other dl4rk'ts, Petition of Mrs. Minnie Thompson
lg the operation he uimlerwent at but will have a full report next for pauper allowance was referred to


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WT. HERMON HOLY GROUND
Many Nations Have Buit Their Tees-
pa em th Elevation of Which
David Sanm.
Mount Hermon, sacred mountain of
Syria. tises, a silent sentinel, above
the fruitful delds and vineyards of
Lebanon a Damascus. Cut of from
Its r@age o the Antillbamus by the
deep vaTiW Barada It has kept its
lonely vigtroeugh the ages. The
Hebrews called It Hermit. According
to leged the wicked angels In their
fa1 from Paradise landed on Hermon
and save It Its name.
Like a gray-hlred gIant the old
mustalsa elds Its white-erowned head
ao the louds. At e*set taes
talks top asming like a torch agalast
the sky. As the sunght fades the
evening mists wrap old Henmon's bead
In vails of gray and white. "The
white-hared old man of the mountain
has donned his nightcap for the night."
the people of the surrounding plains
us 7M
The mountain's foot is covered with
the green of oAks, poplars and dense
Irash with an occasional luxarlunt
vbsyard. The wines of Damascus are
famous throughout the Orient. The
lgatain sprlms keep the valley"
wel supplied with ,% water. Higher up
are the ruln of former temples, built
esmtuess ago, their entrances teaing
the tINing sun. In the old days th"<
pqis folks of the amney etmhbed the
mountain ide to worship on their holly
ground. Thi temples are of various
adtlms, Including Greek, Rouman and
David sang of Hermon and the
ce011g breath of the inuds blowing
foma Its ley summits. A% the giver of
all good things of wine aiil cool wa-
ter, of tim'e.r and ollve. s ttrl breezes
in surrmer *' iv of t:al>.- of wonder
and angels i,,r the winter nights, the
people of old looked to lIr. nun as a
storehouse of treasure .-t, up by a
beneficent I .lty.

Evidently He Was Not
Same and Jolhn were twins nnd ta
parablel. Jnnj. n,, h)i ~ Is ruther
sickkly. was esptw.ally 4.p.>li,.nt u|i
a" stronger br.tier ::1 dr,.i |'hen-
ever the latter was .f his sight.
One day Johna oke enrl. fr.,m their
dally asp and cate lo' i -:irs. Later.
whes Jhae awoke unl fn,,i hii.Olf
aloabhe cried iisflly. jhn lnrdf him
&ad StIONg t<. %tItrway. h, lie'ailled
ft the lat syw i>: ,. elder I-rither
toea: WhatI's I. Tu:itter Jaluie?
Ain't I up there'

Perfect Arti al Eye
Art*tlal *yes .a, -.. eC O
Sam"rwor that it. le imagine.
Te average user .make ad.
ieioniamet of ti which may
Ibe knn only t ,, :ew t intimate
bmnl~m fr mh such uwailays. a
prit of the gil l '"r'a hihs
l, u eof a war. 1,.ap Po artist
.tle 6 be perfectl: i. p, we
aels uaay the r .e eye yis set
" the "w t"of n tural orgas
il -- 1 exactly lk* r.eal ORa
V--Me At i Au at W-a

ealiM ot At.ri ,many erms-
m a *mu weod N. "nldedtback
i grains mosnt mght.
the laft a Ie fortn. ,'elg t n-
aml- a &the ,orth A ,.gmr, e
, b_~ a rich gold gg ... '* fb
**iee eaby ean- .
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OVERDOING IT.

Maisie-After Jack proposed I
told him to see papa.
Daisy-What happened?
Maisie-Why, they started to plah
cards and now he goes to see Imp*
every night.

ROUGH STUFF. -,

Fashion Editor, the Star-Cau
you suggest something cool 4 oft
on these hot moninga? 8ign
Prostrated..
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"You my your father objects o
my suit?"
"No. He doesn't mind o suit
P but he don't like you."
FKAR ERMAN CHICANERY.

ON&& in Germany" is not going
to hm a popular tremnak after aw
.War, and the Germas know I
There is evidence, according to Swim
chambers of Coonmcrce, that Teaton
manufacturers will put "Made ia
Holland," "Made in Norway," or
"Made in Switserland" on kaltur
products, an exchange mya.
The Sim are already taking Asp
to protect themselves against this
type of forgery. A Swimss organim.
tion for promoting foreign trade
ha beenformed. It in not a prit.
making company, bot a ooperativ
enterprise for improving the quality
of a Swiss goods and for protbting
them against Germa substitutes.
The new organirvtio0, Syndicate
pour L'Exportation Suise, will ad.
mit to membership only firms and
companies the majority of whom
capital i owned by native born Swim
or residents of ten years' standing.
Goods produced by member will
bear the initials 8. P. E. 8.

ANOTHER CA E OF ML

i In his book, "From Gallipll to
Bagdad," "Padre" William Ewing
tells the story of a burly Irishman
brought into the field hospital
fearing from many wodas.
"Wat are you med the de
tor.
"Sre, I'm half an Irishman.
And whaets the other half
"Holes an and age--Pit
burh Chronide-Telegraph.

FOND OF FURS. L

Platbsh-I aw your wi& a
yesterday wearing furs.
Betanhantu.-Oh, yea
"Does she wear thnm the whe

"Wel theO e wab little ae d st
winter when she didn't war 'eBw I
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*Have you gtymild bins afi
up for next wiutl
"Haven't got any ea im
burned 'em up hat winter whi I
uldnt get coaL"
TAKE YOUR CHOCa

Why do thay cal "m ItA

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sar mosev to Useld Sam er te id


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fst ftSiAMosWIDetedOut In N1&
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HAS TRUE PATRIOTIC SPIT
meo wof iwssone O iu i n an
UMaleS SWineAM-y Also Ie
d uor Her o OL
In the of e of dthe most
inspiring mee tings the national
ice section, United States ship-
bilding-board, ever conducted, a
woman cad in overalls battled her
way through the big crowd aship
yard workerset Vancou
ver, Wa.e, and took her place ds
to the speakers' stand.
There she stood until the last
word was spoken by A. R. Parkhuat,
Jr., secretary of the section, and
Oen the yard band struck p "Th
Star-Spangled Banner," elm snatched
a oiled cap from her wavy hair and
stood at atteiion until the las note
was sonmaded.
ThM woman toiler, my@ the Eno-
geney Fleet News, proved to be MmL
G. B. Underwood, leader of a gang
of walkers, but whose chief duty is
to weave the oakum for the mem-
calkers. Mrs. Underwood is the
mother of two soa in the United
States army. Both are overseas and
when she was left to make her own
way she determined to seek a berth
where she could serve her country ie
the best advantage.

THE REAL OBJECTMO
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W E PRM A EPUU.I

Saft y tt a paternalisti
mlof government, mas ,veeli4ed
by th"Aolb powrS, strikes m a
being uqMiiau
"Wkdotheidnar
S ohne sso war meto be to ab
O Ste food Ar theAnhc and togive
the pma. r pmit to edt anything
they can wtY-L iUs Courer-
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rsm--We mt annt ere, No
. Net a bit of food must b

S*Cook-Net a bit is, mum.Offie
K raigan alls hera every evening
d ans to al that

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'& ytu g- to wok, aid

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quickly and easily. I wouldn't be without it,
and keepit in our home all the time."
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Ifty ae well nted wit
the Virginia, you w how ire
sstilue i.heir love for sugar. No
P. P. V. vil accept les than two
sposoful in his coffee unless he
should be entertaining Mr. Hoover
r some other one of those dour and
mathematical Washingtonvw-
So it was a day or two ago that
Auistant Food Administratr Malt-
bie was traveling in the diner with
Adminisrator Sproul of Virginia
and the waiter ered aemteloupe.
"Here, waiter," said Mr. Sproul,
'a little sugar with the canteloupe,
please. I like it that way."
"Sorry, su." idhe waiter, "but
th& gv'nmnt done 'ministrated
again it No sugar for nothing,
sah, *mept erem l and also coffee, if
you a for it"
"WA, said Mr. Sproul, you
vem't brought m any sugar for
wmy aee. Bring it and I wi put
mms On my melon
The aiter nodded hurried out,
returned and laid the sugar at Mr.
Spmrous plate. It was lump sugar.
Bek ae the newest of the food
dmimistratim regulations. The
sugar bowls have been banish r gm0
the dining car, and o sugar is
served to any diner, except for his
eal. He ca have lump sugar for
*d cofs ifhe a-afor iL
Sug r cereals will be served in
aUll Wvelpes, and it is neceeary
to mab that mudh do. Nobody-
ant mm a food administrator-get
mn tIh that.-Baltimore News.

001IN GOD WORK IN FRANCE
Amadeuw ri Oal b l Ad M tA th

Dombfd AmS
Thee is in France at the present
tim a number of girls from an
American college who an perform.
ing relief work a unique kind
They ave taMn upon themselves
the funetioma of peddles, ragpicken
and hucksters in the villages over
which the battle wave hSs ebbed.
Every girl Ia trained in social marv*
ice, and they travel about with stores
of tinwm m, pot, pam, clothing and
atb sa l milk, chickens, rabbits and
g-a Anothsem vice they are try
ing to render, to educe coets and
faster trade, is the opening up of a
chain of grocery stores. In nearly
every bhalet a peasants who had
little shopW before the war, but who
have now neither the capital not
the courage to start afresh. To them
the "pWedd. sell staple produce
below coat price, uanlly on the in.
elmnmt sysem. ~e "peddW
iave done a good service toward rem
eating the 'Mit.am- of vilabel10
in the devastated lad.

.M V lOOTW.N

But flanged wheels, the new
railway dates are much like the
* 'edimay e a atea, my. Popu.
lar Medanimc Magaine. They are
intended fr sporting purposes and
aimo as aMds to the individual who is,
mtm or less, dependent upon hiu

tio.. To enable em to maintain
*equilirium while making seccasave
strokes, a balancing rod is provided.
This us shaped somewhat like the
handle of scythe and is equipped

that held to the opposite rail Fair
spd without undue exertion is
nly tainsd Mn a level track.


WANTED HIS MONEY'S WORTH
Nebleman Evidently Had Some Idea
That Great Musician Was Giving
Him the Worst of It.
Wlenlawskl had his mumorous expert-
ences, this even after he was quite
widely known, writes Alexander Bloch
In the New York Times. On one occa-
sion he was asked by a wealthy Brit-
ish nobleman to state his terms for
playing half an hour at his home.
They came .to an agreement, and on
the evening of the musical Wieniaw-
ski opened the program with Beethov-
en's "Romanze In F."
He was playing his best and deeply
engrossed In the music when he sud-
denly noticed cut of the corner of his
eye the host nervously looking at his
watch. This happened several times
before the "Romanze" was finished.
At Its close, as he was bowing his ac-
knowledgments to rapturous applause,
the British peer caught him by the
sleeve and whispered In his ear:
"For heaven's sake, man, how much
do you expect to get through In half
an hour at this rate? Why do you
play such slow pieces?"

The Garden of Eden.
The question of the site of Eden
66 OfS~ 0agtate1d thoPrOt.na m ; ome
placed It near Damascus. others In Ar-
menia, some In the Caucasus, others
-at Hoetah near Babylon; others in
Arabis, and some In Abyssinia. The
Hindus refer it to Ceylon, one writer
locates it at the North Pole, and a
learned Swede asserts hat It was In
Sudermanla. Several authorities con-
cur in placing it In a peninsula formed
by the main river of Eden. on the east
side of It. below the confluence of the
lesser rivers which emptied themselves
Into It, at about 27 degrees north lati-
tude, now swallowed up by the Per-
sian gulf, an event which may have
happened at the universal deluge, 2384
B. C. Many, however, think that the
whole story of Eden is a legend and
that, accordingly, the man who tries
to find its site Is like the blind man
who looks In a dark room for his black
hat that Is not there.

Snakes as Pest Destroyers.
Snakes are not our enemies, says
ayne IK Norton Is American Forest-
ry. They never attack except ina self-
defense. Of our 111 species eoly 17
are poisomnom-two species of Elaps.
coral makes, and 15 species of cro-
tallne snakes, the copperhead and mac-
cass, the dwarf and typical rattle-
nkes. On the other hand, the help
they render Is valuable. The pests
destroyed each year, especially ro-
meats that In~re crops and carry com.
Miticable dteases. roll up a large bal-
asne of good service In their favor.
simdents are destroyers of ftar
products, cause loss by fire through
gnawlag matches and Insulation from
electric wires, and -of human life
through a particularly the
bubonic plague.

8tel la Easy to Cast.
The English have just Invented a
high-speed steel which Is so strong that
engines and guns and tools made of It
can be worked more rapidly than those
made of any of the other steels. The
Popular Sdcience Monthly magazine
says that tools of this steel can be cast
Into shape, and casting Is the quickest
known way of making any tool.
There are few steels, however.
which, by casting them. do not he.
come brittle. "Cebaltcrom steel." as
it tcaBed, nevertheless can hbe made
la th manner Instead of having to
be frgid and rolled, two very much
lengthier and more expensive proc-
*


Better Tkan a Fish Story.
This narrative comes from Nairobi.
ti British East Africa. A hunter met
a mst magnlAcent lioes almost face to
face. With a terrible roar the beast
sprang at the man but missed his
aim by Jumping two feet too high.
DisappOitted. It dashed aw"y Into the
weeoods. The next day a party set out
to track the beast down. At length
they eame as w inm an.am pe am


Meat Is Scare.
Patrick J. Kennedy and Thomns
Carr. farmers ot Templetom. Ilad. cass
to Indianapols with three carloads ot
hogs and cattle, sad after waiting all
day at the stock yards were *id that
there was no demand for thm, amy
the Indianapolis News. The price oa
hogs fell off from $17jD to $17.10 whit
they were at the yards and finally th01
had to sell 12 of the choicest hgsa from
one car at $17. They were told that
these hogs were too ftat. The rase-
backs, comparatively speaklc.bn ght
$17.10. The cattle could not be aM.
After this experience the two went
to a stock yards restaurant nearby and
ordered steak. It was Ta day ma4
therefore, a meatless day.
"We can't buy beef or pork." said the
waitress. 'Al we havelor you is a&
and oysters. Meat Is very scarce, you
know."
"Yes, we know." said Kennedy, bil
gave in and bought a substitute.
e
Oh. Doctor
A distinguished surgeon was ma
alentarily dazle reet.ntly while mak.
ing hiM rounds through a htwplil by a
wounded tsoldier who Inquired quert-
lously: "Say. doctor. when one dueo-
tor doctors another doctor. dow the
doctor doing the do.t.rting doctor the
other doctor like the doctor wants to he
doctored or dwe the doctor doting the
doctoring doctor thie other doctor i-a.j
the doctor doing the doctoring
wants to doctor him r--afety Bul*
letin.


There a more Cataett s te smacloa'
at the eCoatry tha an ether dseass
P tatgetber. am lor yea-T mt W -
~ to be incurableo Do me deml
De emmdle. ad by r ia
to ewe with locJa treatmea t.poeamcgd
It ewurable. Catarrh in a heal disease
greatl hHlamaced by contitui|aa| coe-
ditons lad therefore requires cogestt-
tiosal treatment. Hawls Caterrk Medi.
care. manufactured by F J. Chmey &
Co.. Toledo. Oho. is at rnu m
remedy.W taken latermaly aad acts
thra the Blood ea the Mauem Surtaces
of the System. One Hundred Doars re-
ard offered for ay case t hat Hall's
atarrh Medicie tflef to cWr. Mead for
creeulars ad te.stimoua..
F. J. CHEMFr co.. Teledo. Oio
am by D totq s. Ie.
aWs Uy P for csn-taum


LUCKY MAN.

C. R. H. writes back from a train.
ing camp where he arrived last week
that he has been equipped with dhoe
weighing not less than tweuty-fivi
pounds apiece. He presumes from
that that he has been selected to
kick the kaiser.-Kaneas City Star.

SOME GRINDISTS.

Kwoter-The mills of the gGo,
grind slowly, you know.
Piker-Yep; they're probably pro
ceedin' with caution so as not tc
run afoul of any of the food regula-
tions.


If troubled with lndigestion or
1leEplemane-s you souhld read wh,4t
Mis Agnet Teaer, Chabgo, Ill., ba,
to may: "Overwork, irregular meal
andl rarelfa ne-s regarding the ordin-
sry rales of health, gradually oner-
mimaed it .ntl last fall I bwe1me a
wreket of my former sltf. I sured
from eontinnal headache, was usnable
to digest my food, whbeh seemed to
lay as a dead weight em my atemsaeh
I was very cuetipated snd may eNa-
ilkxion heaame dark, yellow and
moddy as I felt. Sleepless was add-
Ied to my misery, and I wouhl
awake a tried as whea I went to
wmy to slterep. I beard of Chamber-
lain's Tablets and fomad each rele
after taking them that I kept up the
tieatneat for nearly two matMvm.
They ceansed my stomab, v .w
sted m-f system, and siae that tala


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pation, mild and gentle in its action. The
standard family remedy in countless homes.
A trial bottle can be obtained by writing to
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street,
Monticello, Illinois.


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