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: January 23, 1920
Frequency: semiweekly[<1896>]
triweekly[ former <1891-1894>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075899
Volume ID: VID00022
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33141436
alephbibnum - 002001190
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Powell, 31rM. C. 0.
Florida House

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Soldier's Number Beit o81n l "Thbt 9tht; (3th r daintm of Weish an oe.
Failed to Explode,4He Had N.o Sju,. *r *. "tM. -S
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Ii A two, it ,on. of the lnfasty re- al olpaed to theU pRaie mad wA in- Wales, through her schools, Is abet
i in1. 1t, i', i No :s's land was taking V Wby to launch an etrlimt. Sehoos ad
The most represealtve meeting ,, ; ,i. r.., in a shell hole as A hearing before the Oongresdemlmalm Jae ville, January 20th.- colleges have ben v ad to ake
of the Chamber of Commerce (of this p. .!.' :t hot with every. committee on Canals and Railroad an n Withik te next few the State collection of all the Welsh be. plae
city was held let evening at Ithe tli i i- ,,v erhead. At last a Get to which the bill lor the survey of th.. an extei cqntretad wlaete Board of ealth will migce rate 8 a o t road names Indtelag thess de
Keystome hotel, where a delightful 0"" a1 s right a the hle proposed St. Marys-St Marks Canal -M t e battl o o te of the two v i0- lanes htlo wo
r was servd the me -h wit, li.,-.r f' l n ote xt a ode. Arnrs" will t Jtn" ettihe rbl 6 mof te ltwo w upper was served the member. i r rl his fr ht has been referred, will be held Jamn.- t tU d etlboes ftoumy a arid td y-
The meeting was e.peclally de4gr- (,.Il thk a:.-:in. he took a look at ary 29th. The Hoo. Frank Clark, tea eteU u tow fever m feetiom. attached.
ed to elect oemers for the year, butt th.. ,d lf.tund It was a dd (a who latroducedthebil, haarra gted 2" Dr. H. L Carter, aswiatant surgeon A fund has been placed at the dte.
two Mew meambers-W. T. Halle and, .h,!l ,i' d.fective ftee w h does for the hearing. is urging that all in Pbl of te Wart t
L. H. Jone.-wre eketed, also the nt xt ). Nextl he noticed the terested prtes be present and p several additional va have bea general of the United States Pbi po f the Welsh deerte to
otowin ofef : ": t.r h w 11,and something about etd o the ri. over a entr"ed, and all the laterior work Health service, and ote of the bert o i be coatedi b the board
S Ala k h a be peCa I ^t L P $of the on bae aitng loa h been re. mowe malaria md ylow fever ex- t Celtic studies la coneeto with
Preldeat-A. 8. Allan. wa:s I.; 7.l'.. J. Catts has ii-ued a pnuelamsationt, ut hatus we O tn bie p Ms the co atry., i now ni Jack- the nlvsatlty of Wale.s and dep-ifted
Vlee-Pre4ident-J. E. Calkins. II. r'Rl.-e lin Tteasurer-Eveett MizelL p"'it m lhis identifficato di TM to send representatives from their ew buildig. 'Le e reofh Isn ville mappig out the itinerary In the Weool Isrr to
Board of Governors-P. C. Kell, nu!.r hii, stared him in the face bdie d will go himet to hel w of section t ta a delicate the rerd. which
E. 9 vvs 1.1EP`7.413. lie walked ut oftbe odies, aid will hi go maelf to t beail a, ad cam be edded to from (tie to Urns.
E. W. Bailey, E. F.Morse and 1. hI.. 4,,h aid hack to his ne wie the delegation. He ba t also called armmeea l u brjst.and g g en, tamle Halthe O will i- rpe d ulated fthe rar t
H. O l* th uigini I l,. i l about him, but upon all the governors of the tlh. b-ll saute exte-n i and the two will Ist'raeis o spr i
A reselation was adopted asking n:i lilt. hit. ehreirted to his m- er Sriteto tolo attend and head am 3 cabineet lalt aalk poetitoute e tertatlon measuiets atll exiastenrmtlo oa sucl matetries: the
City Coutil to appropriate $2,000 for n z .!icer with salute and a delegations from their respective in the mM anti t. a points o f tb- State whre- mOqaitt, esist f old rural ndmtrle; t
,W,. The uw isal t sohmnV 8 are louund prevalent to any extent, survivl oa old Ofcurous cutoms
pblcity paposem. pt ," s: "ask to States. Fernandina, one of the mcFt mr trafts; pecalr wers a pua .
Attorney F. D. Jpcbhurch, of this any ti,.i had one w ithy lntereIted pointe aloen the ar o epropoe d o bacmry lw by aneuatN ampgiiq b, enlist Ingi; t usof old 8 elturl 1n-l
city, was appolted to represent the ow it, and it was a dd." maMl, being the Atlantic ieapoart m she e nry the acti o-bye atma of the ite points; t f partctlarca u e l turltin
(amber of ommeree at the canal Mshould have a representative at thi o bumipli rre urga mr ofth eabtive co-eaalty loalt the ciiert who may aep
smearing next Thmrway, the 29th, be- MADE GREAT AIRMAN WONDER hearing. Should this canal be built, iof lcattectaurinae enu bee n cand eah t p Ofeef etllnxe b th or sotle
aOn te COagresalonal Committee at- Fernandina will be the city that will bi every deaaieel a em|a s CMee thl ben n o teir re e
Wabgton, D. C. French Expert's Peculiar Explaati receive the greatest amount of t one of M'ligtIaet and cheerfatleminMh lc UIBI V daura the war.
The prlpal ad.lre of the even. Concerning Daring Explet of and it i freely predked thatthe is seklotm btlted i a wor of Dtputy Collector of Internal Reve- Though It Is teed t Wale,.
g was g batofC.C. Thomas, AmericanAvite growth and ipurtae of thi eity as to water and rofich maltde. Me Dean, iomea tax division dep there Is no reaso why la
lary- manager of the Waycr.n, ( *.9 All!. A, lifa, thnainous Fgrent mn- a r ult, will be wouderfml. i'o get In celetwration of event to the tyh or this district, will be in Fer- in the other parts o the Unted King
Chamter of Caoumerce and member slctl *.; .'r. won faine In the field behind this movement with a will haItory of the bakt te i l, d eadina antil Monday afternoon, dm. The m te scheme hve
ofthe teeriug C(ommittee of the dt. of aviit;. n during the world war. He and determination ought to be fht andWemloye wete ht* at a conducting his 1918 dellnqbenty hit upoa a method ar mak ag the
Mary*St. Marks canal awl also chair had :, prixene.ewih American dash ief ai of every proreive cities. n rec o today from four. to drive. teaching o history ai
ma the Fi Com ttee of th ht i well told p. Berry's wed kaw hand The numember of return sent In by l thing
thse Fiacme.omtte oth the N,.IbYvrk Times.I anBrrational-
Steering Com"mittee. "At :,:,1.ill says Wolff, "we fe ed s trg t the after- Naaaucouy was qeite satisfactory,
His address was in every way the were in ,lose con,. unicati with the a-m and evening and many thoU.- bt the deputy feels that then are CREDIT GHOST WITH WRECK
most iMtructive and able one ever Amprie.n (onmandler. 'I'll send 24 The writer qent a few minutes ton and of vMitora wed served with qilte a number of good eiti es who
dievndrelating tot enal, show- An-A 'rienn pl.lts over to get 'em.' I the public library the other day, and gar and alldy. through ignorance of, or lahilre to, Dev People ev Sh ef pMish
l0 eOom nlvely what the canal will went t iivy superior offilker. 'It can't ad while present there noticed sever- The ak k the largeI the State dertad the nceme tax law and Flag a British Ship An d
meansto the United States. "Water e I .id. 'Th planes are a stranger come In for books. O of Florid, having deposit. of over reglatio faied to ake i A ra Dr
ileorage. of Cumberland Sound different. Tl.y wITMI be smashed eand inquiry he lerned that a number of twemy malitons of dollars ad was tax return for 1918. n the
war sid the speaker. "equal the nie killed!' It was too late to tourists n the city were liberal orgaed in 1I Edward W. All sgle me (this inctldes me the west Egla wd i be awa
l U rpooLondon and ia call. a halt, however. The Americans patonizers of the library' that it The. P. Deham F. W. H t lving wita their wives, even that they are a ferti.e saoftr a a
there is iexpied s well as I pould was for them at lest th te i pri.e .d amiate, It has aeoait from thoe h umsSrae) having o income e of superstiUte bdea. And the
a h s le l betweenthe Sealm pal attraction of the city. At a reent prmtlaany er in t sae u I,0,s et make a retrn; and aU prno f reatn 11as1
Steywelei thet reaccustomed a 0awrtun;nc od
Tho nat showed pointed ad ou away they wet. Ai getaway nttg of the library t I' well as twenty nmsOed IlSwialo Married men living with their wivwe tan made ata
vast depsdaltsofcoA, iron, grai sad:og&ood W"resolved tbat the library should ade natinWse amonwsm (regardle of the nime rth dreiend aec y n t wag n ittutemedeI t
* oil tha l seek aoa let t Is- ocelpy a more prominent place ln the te growth of the Alae Naltipo eute) having ta naeoM of 2,0, xeter, at whieh varies spoabers w-
Ssrta t.e caml Ismp Mse aeds of our people, 1ad steps were p"- of teo wtady pagee mum e a N t&re o r, counted the tpa wie s ot thir reeS-

this cty nt t.' et-quent addr n,. .--- ----- t s is to hoped that *II of a--- p .. .,_. ... ... e Ka Alphooe sd r
iMrI T tho ms *wk a te l keener d &st I rather a to-s will b lorbeoe rs. New e i &a ino of Fernail yev -lcat ob weine e

hove d o rhe anl n a u t Ameet A lageM bal be Iordere, and the deshelveJ r "h d eM rinted, Mr. D 2b the 1 tley shpr
se atlad rn r tevenin g was thpe Slave Traffic SUIt I h aL d e nish the very lae mns lar. It i a uy maltira of la to ept s offer ofi)ro apon the bro .- ehete
oct ls fa e eve. bed AfrSlave trfor sale along te Araboast ke the library whatbe hip drive will be put oI ta etIte e' ot replied lm fa a M iPre tOi c l and Ie Sa h or t lo
Js vill w the he is to prdd n Ivel are un sr the te lyrs of certain con- s as the room a Iswh they ed to go to Cai nd It
fth imaer to the eam r of rom. veilants. but odlavery nevertheless, i ais hoped that aell of outr ogr ve o t e ks. It was mlu Of Ilar t perm lao i brook, Ta e as
W. Thomas awakened a k, rI said still to exist to a rather consider- Citizens will cUma bers. N rt is aNOh word fr one we M.This the pou ot o ev's et
i 1 in r oi,-ae extent. A few yea aves agoe will be ordered ein ew ti er Preh and tie Ur 1918 ret d theu pay the peal by r
spiree omela eir of the lCh aslpnt r I ers of the American Arabian mlmia k w t rare hearing ind e t on the tra ard a to ew
ith theater Panam a too to further I h' at Bali reln reset oa whole boatload replenished with the very latest md m ans Jugmav. It Ias a s .~tea o to a pt an Ol of em o- utheuru. Ton ale resnded pGap
W eros ef lack Iy w, an had b mugrled bet pblAt it is s It is propose fd to the word eates During the relar At mse of 6y we.00re deI of tmMe pen lty p
d ret le thie prouuf do p. Thfo re i no prejudie alonas the make the library w vte it of 1918 iLouis XIa had bread c es of rm te .o auvKr by ctVpro.wt& is a _'_ -t coa..

Mr. Th .s ( r*j t ctliy aft.r i.y are Infreed. This aD tae amouentit charter d for thin we raa psent-day bhetwta aad for-la- iro; lete to tuppy ialirmain isNwered nand at dowa.
il s i pwlere he is to Cpres te ulaves o a e raba. In ports like r Crnthought of la see dayw s ca rg une yr o su ld foseoo w wih toe c r aluteta,
themetier to the Iam'r of servnts bodyguaran d rt. y. wore around ther ecks. Itwaswfiw

th eots., and a powerful le Muskt and Aden mlattoes and xed to nim o ou lra .
re oaf that trderiy. the CIsth r- ate r so conuon thAr alt the pIo re ad 8 per cent on thea they took It realy with the r u rd mbat a uttesent f i *n Oh. I wge not battl n g t et"
rftrste will attendehro i he r p p oosuit that cravats became quite pea4 m e ne hr lwi io prare the return. York." To'eale repd ed e bpret.
e t this ert. the pr-d do There is no prejudice t whnsch carge is n excet of 1918 m Z IuI.a e d ha brea edsets o- t 0.0( tff li Ss "re the teacher ecuagIied.
Com: ercial e iucation Arabia ee- c impo tax of 3 per cent on l re, but t toe, ave Magnged and rp u u la to e re- a'Te rd techtal Msathi to mmie
Orphlea D. Bree Chsrpter, o e. e inaufuratr d i. n thare near futfreed. This n- the above ection, y f are tqured tr anr d touhe. Atmosphere an ece On tece aour toe Sl ., 1r, atl Ce t Re sat doo.

was honored on Isat Friday night by There are to be two degrees: irst, colleet this tax from the persons en- luot ule uMi w e 0 a esnd sauc pewmal j s ineua expire, at which COd Hill.
a visit froe Mrs. Alice Schulzl, f.o that of bachelor of coummerce, wM joying the transportation and report ammoina or msoi. wl alnBsin alaeyou wll please auew your itcei- t dstictie. t "ruallag the ret."
Sarasota, who Is the Grand Matron of would corre d to e same the au t collected on Form 727 oaldr m; e is not a" which vi rs i Der 31yo, iim" Smae as upyum
iIn the other fa uelties aI.. Several sas agenaahe7vedwb Win M u till tuber 31stiad lIN
the State of Florida. the d~ *ean f master of commerce. The and eke your remittance payable to ed as mach. Magnesium i work 1920. The ololuwing rates apply to in a pen of chicken at a hoimel the
The Chapter room had been uad.e salient idea Is that a modern language James M. Catheart, Collectar, during Into obJects having shap edge0 I" O-residenl or alieu tlbntEiss. aC4rs and fed with aats of
very attractive with palm%, vi;-<,t is to be taught. not as an academic. the mouth following the trant- crews Mte.. t, adrily and with wuu expect to this u ia iergs linsag enclosar. It heas Ibene it 1d
poltelanand atl a w wer.b hut as a practical subject, sys the better rest It ta a hih pshe bt ever o w n ea
Sbehalf of the Chapter, Mrs. United states burea o education th readily hammered a rolled, ai te of a pers. sut feeds wth the
In behalf of the pter, r. U languages which are to be Nglect or rfal to tolket the an he rwaed or prest Ie ti lte Bt lieenes ran one year frub es. which have a feod atta at
Edna Booth prelseed Mr. chultz taught as practical rather than aca above tax from the person or persons any fhapLe dae of mnt in which taken asse it. sleeps In the nssta at nght an
with an arm bouquet of pink marna- demic subjects would be Polish, Czch enjoying such raensportation, or a .00 ut all ba unler 6 tus during the daytime occupes the nsat
tieme0 Iuiuanian, luderu Greek, and the neglect or refusal to pay uoch tax, ee n tt h a t ob e pl ah iddetdun l t uuhie ng
taIw iRe tly the bat epeled
ExesmpllSstion of a11 the work great eastern languages. Hlndustm bjets each or lebh person tot0 Athelms o0Ae t at e the 1Anam r a toic t attempted to Iade tndit bea br
With initdtion was carried out in an d Se nder section 1308, ot the war eent Gaols wehped they turned t- rea I eo.-es for each er and ceased It to he treed by the ese
withsoda tonwa30crritoutaradog, whichheld It at bae maed imingh
impresive manner, acd the olier- oys Exploit Romarkable. revee act of 1918. the right, tm itatag a apparent so dop- which held It at hay fu mhraathe
Wre commeued lor their gethA wo. A tweut.hfour hours' battle wit A supply ef forms 727, which are ti on the heavens. This is cosaaw man ceust l.00 for a u*r"ct n wbetwas klle Tihe fr mt th
An address by the Grand Matro death ended at San Francsco wit sed o reporting this tax to the ol- ed by Pilmy, ad itrctons to th alel boy of the faly
w enoyed by th memtubers and the the arrival of the little hooker NS leetor, will he furnished Vou by mak- ec woas o ms t and Hohs bee reluctt about pro-
viSding members present. Cast*, "a thirteenyear-td boy at g appiatio to the collector of in Whe te kks t arn seutlms up to teN poenHt becat e of Larorhertsge Hit M
After the mlg cosed, deicio atbrin i k other, and a crm tral revenue, at Jackonville, Flori- art of writ they adee the al. tih feet that ih. law was ped in Twve lode
dreahM1ents of chicken salad, mi- of three men. ternateo sytem. I sUtaton of the Aug l, andl that pere Asal hacensse go to the U-b ted States geological uir
wieesm lives aad cuffee were served The Castle. a three-masted schooer T SAVAGE, ox plow a sid, tos the Sar ait ao the 81t of this iootb h d, vey, department of tbe lntei or
11y the esaittee I. charge, day froa Api with a cargo Chief Fi4d Oter. ae o fave tm ofma tM hAsu4 I waited the Iisherame Thore was as a prdufS1a1 amves
Wi in tie c Mrs. Shultz was of tcop Three days from the ims h at e at t rrgulroj--at Apolalo nM9%wIwatedthernne T e ad iOam
Whieta ln t the ciKyMr.hut w moan port the Castle started leakig danced Sot atairs, to hbe e thoroughly familiar wilks th ...t a malr o-r m
thertat a td o rKeystone hotre. h" ses at the rate of twels 1I --the lw that they might comply ties t he ot l
STie rM the Corrent year are ee a day. The donkey engine wa Er itl aam. It not y d re o put decreased from $4.5818 la ItS1
MiL Eteill ReOrg Worthy Mat- strlto run the pumps and ta a m e f eesew l xamina b r the4 1uge 14hersewi ame. t os a to 'rpa t ae m
car1o of Copra fed as fuel. ounty of Names will be keld at the massive hon s, cago1 Ig ennter paecuti and against any eI to 47inire1hatOUtedmt8t tpartlynt
LL in.a" WorthyPatron, 18MHnem Anderso. I3 manned the C0urt HoW at Frnasndia, a.,b be- Ihesarnwthebsandpth btilydIrthat yo ubteApr t th ead7llme
,M IgAs Worthy Patros. dpwhile his father worked with the bEa U o Feoruary rd Im. hp t ea, are the peculo r pe1 with t IWo and I feel that. yo have Atepr tio, e7,ad pec mi menti
m 8. eciat a- ant the pumps- L. L OWENS. pEastettli A nd. .especial ...edth
C. So. Al.t u wt th law. s labor.--Sattle t--m-.
Mm. La GOoMetel, Secretary. HO J a ts CauseaFintes. l n Yo a1 obtaua licenses at My reat-
-a Te-errr. a.qnaare DfM teTh Spealf sT1ls,1- anu dos e is t. Mar5y. I will locume Fing
Misl H. C K ing Condnet 8. ldbe for many of the Area am- The wissst aying 1 of a na that IM wrote rrcmmenalng a certain die. o FrMaoddia onen saturday I n o t e ae rm
lM MUl t.L Asteociate -,--. tlve Insulation" ThMw a w ~w indm law In -I y. 1i,.. "I a mwat ,, b Iaer te Gar Tht's eeSTi
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Pablshld weekly, and entered as segoad-
lslam master at the poetoace at Feram-
ina, rForlda.


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Lim al ad LUi DbitanPiM, 41

FMDAY. JINiT 23, 1921

The hangmen of England demand
an increase iun wages by the falling
off of crime.

Your political announcement, It
published in the News-hecord, will
reach the peqpte of Fei nandina and
the balance of tlie county. An-
nouncements strictly in advance.
Come (ion with tlIhe

The State l),partinent has notified
the diplomatic and consular agents
that America i.s unaiffeiel by lh*'
raliiitai( alniteflhaie|('< IrI'ty. 1'hat
in)y bh' e tuit Ainrlicanm are hard
hit by the high cost of living, which
i still allowed to flourish.

Governor Catts is going to start
from Tallahiat-ee in it Ford on hi-,
political c.ttiaiian. I he Fords are
advertlited as a c:r "that will bring
you back." llpoe that the Ford u
which hie .lrtr will carry him iak'wl
to'rellain hut a few days in Florida.

William Jennings Bryan is rnuffling
up the Dcitiii,,ratic political pool He
tried three tinim'. to be elt'led to ilhe
presidency of this great republic and
failed to .i1ilt amid if he ktept on
dabbling i polities lie will again de-
feat a Deimocrat by his way of think-

The first politicil tinnounceinent to
appear in these coluillns last week
was that 4of 11 11. -urreniey, of Cala-
I"-', wlho' :tuiount'- hlimnelfa candi-
date f.r re 'ilceth, i I.1 the Ilouse of
Reprv.eIsltdtIl\-.t Flidiia. Mr. Sur-
rency ill 1919) repire't hsted his county
inl a Int fituig ,;way, uiil his re-elecltioh
% ill against pla'e alilis in a Ipo-iton to
guaid ithe lltrvst-ilf he Ihl.c lo yer

"Your pI*l i- i now ill its infAney,'
said a Untied Sititatu4 ait t, biiler in-
ipeelor to a re lii t.,w htuiat rialatain.
on Center TuL -edav, andnl .ain.
"I* kiow wh at is lit re and wih-it i
comlintg." 'I ht 'iunl'etld good to u.
ab it camI'" fi,i a n ianii wholi hla "ienlt
twenily-ine ye.iars .1t :tlupector of bwil-
ers a11l is -llil on the job. lie sail
what he knew atiout tie advalltage.
of the port of Fferitaimlina.

Frank II. Ulphurclh, tn attorney
of this city, sii ( u'ticl's in thi i-tit
his enulanlaly t r .Ilriil. r of Il I
Houe I It pre-ttitat et, (u. i
Two. l I- ~a r a Jaim L';hiiurm.a ,
follimtly l. tli.- '*lllty, 'l, Wii, l
Burtl Dy.l, i- *e*- n-.ted u- in tIe
Floridha .l.gisa utl' :li %te ar itm
R putlitiCA- ', tIha i{ -.i I! ,-ie -
ed, Mir. L'iU huirrlh uill taut *I *uw,
prove hln:-.l' ;i truet l thel i people o'
Nassau county :1- didl Ihi- father.

Moulting Time for Moose.
lMoose dlrop tl.'ir antlers from IFe-
cemnber 13 to J:tuin:ry 11.. a:s. a rule.
though a few !:ze'lt one.1 11:vy retain
these ornahnentis until February. Oild
hunters saty that lhey could lo iout in
the woods to eertoin spots favoredI hy
the mouse t' lit horn-sh l'mdin! time. and
pclk up a hli:yr:ik of fine antlers In a
forenmoon '.4 y,e.:rs tgio. though they
have not loen so) plentiful of late. The
nimLoe antlers will keep for an inle.ti-
nlte perlol whlntn hltia-ed anil re'tmovml
from molstire' liut they full to pi.*e,-'s
very fast v. ii left -in the 'uti.
Thlloe sledln la the winter rena:ti first !
until ssrint. ulit at soqn as w%:irin i
weather arriv-s a sta'nll hIrter gets into
them and re.ltie'es them to a fine pow -
der In a fe.w wewks. Though thou-
sannols of attilrs are dropleil In the forr-
ests every winter, few hunters ever
fnd e'tp the next" summer.
r ...
lectr(pty. in Pathology.
Thbre .is much yet to be learned
about, the pathologi'al effects of elee-
trtelty. though ia step toward better
understandlug was male during the
World war. In the use of charged
fences, It was found that the applied
1,000 volts nmihht IW -fatal in sote In-,
stannces, ad without Mrkious action in
others. Preparedness for shock often'
caused the results to be harmless,'
while unexpected exposure gave fatal
effects. Experiment* this.
In other experim ts dlinices were
shown by dierent cfhlents. a direct
current a-declng qBnple shock, and1
a alterating current giving rise to


Yebrs Ago People Got Sweetening Ma-
terial From the Maple and the

As long ago as 1791 Dr. Benjamin
Rush put before the Philosophical so-
ciety of Philadelplia: an earnest pro-
posal to use maple sugar, pointing out
that "for a great number of years
many hundred private families In New
York and Pennsylvania have supplied
themselves plentifully with this. sugar
during the whole year."
The year before that the United
States had bought over 17,500.000
pounds of brown sugar, and more than
2.00001 imiulds of other varieties from
the West Indles. Seven years after
Doctor Rush anide his appeal the
brown sugar importation amounted to
nearly 67,000.000 pounds, and the loaf
sugar exceeded pounds. At
that time somebody in Philadelphia
succeeded In obtaining sugar from wa-
termelons, getting half a pint of strup
by gradually lIolling the strained pulp
and Juice of a melon that weighed 14
pounds. This led J. B. Bordley, an ag-
ricultural writer, to compute In a book
published in 1801 that an acre of wa-
termelons would yield $143 worth of

Anti-Aircraft Firc Control.
The army officer assigned to the
anti-aircraft artillery has hitherto been
regarded by his comrades of the line
.as a mathematical prodigy, with head
full of figures, formulas, and mystic
symbols. Now appears a mechanical
apparatus prepared to do most of his
calculating for him. says the Popular
Mechanics magazine in an Itahtrated
article. Over a terrain board hangs
an objeCt which I moved In exact
correspondence wit the flight of the J
hostile air craft. From this object
cords stretch down to positions of'
friendly batteries and searchlights.
Here the cords w!nd on registering
drums to show the range In yards from
each station to the target. Similarly.
at each gun or searchlight station Is
a vertical quadrant, pennittin- the
angle of elevation to be read at a

Ship's Remarkable Record.
Twenty years on a reef in Magellan'
straits has in no way incapacitated the
four-master Alejandrina, which has
Just docked In New York with 1a cargo
of wool from Patagonia. valued at
$1.500.000. For a score of years the
huge hulk of the vessel lay on a reef
at the southern point of South Amer-
Ica, exposed to all the elements, but so
well constructed that. after a Y-th;y
voyage from the graveyard to New
York, examination in dry dock showed
her practically undamaged. The tall
masts of the ship would not iermlt
her to pass under the Brooklyn

Now in National Forest.
Congress has set apart' 1.11r.0O 0
acres of lnnd In Idaho known as the
Thunder mountain region" as a n.
tional forest land. This great tr:.c't.
difficult of access and havit g nt over
one per cent of Its area sultal.le for
.agriculture. has for years I .en the
scene of destructive fires :and devasta-
tion due to overgr:azinig. now to
be added to the Payette National fr-
nst. which adjoins it on the south, nnd
west. and the Jhl;ilo Natioinal forest,
-which adjoins it on the north and

Institution of Phonetics Planned.
The Universityy of l.,nlonot is plan-
ning to buihl an i liut uti-n of iphonet-
ics at a cost aof %wIi.UNit. where sev-
enty assistants -wouldi le engugec in
research work on tile 1,0(4) languages
of the British empire. The scheme.
which .originated with Planiel Jones.
head of the phoiuetic department of thp
university, calls for the expenditure
at $2,5.00,0a

ST. EScm
REV. J. W. BLICKER, Actor.
Third Sunday after the Epliphey.
Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
CorjMrate Communion of the
Daughters of the King.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon II
o'clock. Subject: "The lluuence of
Evening prayer and sermon 7:30
o'clock. The sixteenth of the
series of the Apostles' Creed will be
preached: "The Forgivenessmof Sin."
Next week:
Tuesday 3:30 p. m. St. Margaret's
Guild will meet with Mr. T. IL
Wednesday 3:30 p. m. St. Peter's
Guild will meet with Mrs. D. H.
Wednesday, evening prayer and
address 7:30 o'clock.
Choir practice 8 p. m. Wednesday.
The members of the congregation
are requested to place their Nation
W ide pledge cards in th1 alms btaon
on Sunday morning or Sunday night
services, or hand or send them to the
rector or Mr. W. G. Clare, who Is
Pariah Chairman of the Nation Wide

REV. 0. L. MARTIN, Pastor.
(Eastern Standard time.)
Sunday school at 9:45 a ,W.
H. Sima, upperintdendnt.
morning servicess 11:00 a m. Sub-
ject: "Tide Home In Fernandina."
Evening services 7:30 p. m. Sub-
jtct: "From Blhck to White."
Junior B. U. will meet at 6:30.
Sunbeams, 6:30. Mrs. J. J.
Roudes, leader.
Y. W. A. Tuesday afernoon.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30
p. m.
We extend a cordial invitation to
public in general, and to strangers in
the city in particular, regardless of
church affiliations.

Sunilaty-.rchtol 9:45.
Preaching 11.-00 a. m. and 7-30 p.
nu. by the pastor.
Prayer me. ling, Wednesday 7:30
p. I11.
We cordially invite everyone to
ecnie. Give Giod part of His day by
atllending worship in His house.

Dr Eugene Daniel. Minister.
(Eat tern time.)
u Divine rvice II1:00a.m.
Chri-tian Emleavior. 6:46 p m
Eveninitg vice and sermvn, 7:30
UL'nin prayer service. Wedneclay
7:341 p an.

|Legal Notices |

k1 bind lb dilaliiISd0l S COMMISSIONERS' 8ALE
(GROUP ONE) Nottcels hereby given that underand by
virtue of a certain decree of sale of the
I hereby aaouee myself a candidate for hereinafte d ri ad an premises
- io saf Member -oof.the o made on the b th day of July, A. I1. 191. by
.l ts--ltm M' asutcouniyGroup the Honoreble George t ouper Jibbs.Jude
t.o Ic to te action of the leniratc ofbe hCircuft court. Fourth Judicialar Irult
lctedI sm tod .eheld in June. A. of. the sItate of Florida. In and for 1iassau
et I promise todischarge all ties County. Florida. in Chancery ttl ing, In t hat
ifeea t tupoen me to the best of my abil- said eauefor partition of the land herein-
1a to saeguar all tes the Inter. af ribed. therein pending.whereW.
of the taxpayer. I solicit and will ap- Pons are compan.ts and BlancheI
pre19 late 1yourapport and Influence. '. Platt etI are defendants, we. asn eom-
acerelyr yours. Rra- sioners appointed by t he sold decree to
Callaha.I.,a H. H. SUR. E Y. exeete the same. salis offer for sale and
Caillaan. Fia., Jan. .11sell to the highest and chest bidder accord-
in gto the terms and provisions of Ibheb said
bil decree, at public front of t. ft ont
-O-RO--Pim- d door of the Court House of the baid Nzatinu
S(GOUP TWO) I County, nla ernandina. Florhia ton the first
Sb to announce myselfas a candidate Monday in February, A. 1). II. to-wit; Feb-
for theD. moeratlenomination ior Member ruary 2nd, A. l.. I,.lai. the saldtiMy be.lag a
of the Hoiuseof Ro resentatres from Na.- legai lles day, during the legal hours of
Man C asty.Urou.Twosimbje.t to the actlop sale. the land and premises nientionied and
o2the D emoerafl primary election to be more particularly d'-ribed In the Maid
held I Junoe, l0. If elected, 1 promise to follows: ilectlon Eleven
take aeareful and active interest in all leg (ll. Township Two i:) No.rth., ange
islatve matter affeeting Nassau County Twenty-eight (a2) East, as per IT i. iSurvey,
tnd theMtateof Florida. Irespee-fully so- said tract and parcel btwin on Animlia sl-
ldlt ad will appreciate your vote and ln-. land, and granted by the spentsh itovern-
Mluae. Your very truly, meat to James Pelot. and being the saI me
FRANK D. FCHITURI'H. land covered by given deed to .lJohln .
Fermandlna, Floridai January 2lst, lo. Pons and others to 'ranies J. Pons., dated
May 7th, A. D. 1879. recorded June 2.t h. 11T7,
In Book "R". pages 134."MT -iaid I:X of the
Children and Malaria. Public Records of Nassau county. Florlds.a
Dr. C. C. Bass of New Orlean the containing six hundred anti fortl | 4Ni acres
r. tC. C. Bass of New Urleans, the more or lens, all situated In Nast-au county,
great authority on malaria, says that Flort .
Sthis d th doeo quininetha 'The "terms and conditions of staidl sale as
to this disease the dose of quinine set forth in the said decreeof le ar that
for children less than one year old tos the ,mid -omm.ssloners wlll f"irt Tffer for
one-twentleth of the adult dose, and crtbed to the higher hd der. for ashae and.
from one to fifteen It Is one-tenth of *sam (*'mmissioners after having e-
fm ne to f n eived said bids for cash. If the highest of I
the adult dose. same. in the opinion of the bald t ommls-
*lsoner@. Is less than the eq'ultabhle and real
____ ______________ value of said land, said ( onmmisslotoers will
I then offer s ld land and premises for sale
a..m- a| uoi c!pon a reasonable credit for part of the
Legal Notice purchase money,.at least one-third of the
p_____ urcha money shall he paid down. pay-
menof thbe lance of the liurchase price
S not pald down to be secured anid paid, said
Adlalstrator' N otice payment In no event to extend over a pe-
riod of more than two year fiom July1.,
Note is.b hereby given, to all whom It 1919. as the Court Ibali order anid direct.
may eoaner. tha osthe lit dayof April, ad purchaser for part cash suhmotting to
A. D. lIshall ally to the Hon J. LB. the Court for Its consideration, tejection or
Stewart. (uanty Judge of Nassau County. confirmation through the C'ommtssioners.
Florda. I th city of Fernandi n. at the the time and terms ha. propose .te pay such
County Court House for final dist.harge as balance of said purcbha monUey.
Administrator of the estate of Ludvi Januariy lot, A. i.. -0.
Oyea, decesed and t the same time I anW P.1 (;NET,
sballpresenttosaidCoui t my fnal account J. I, X;I IV I \
as such Admnistrator of sald estate, and J G. g' M'N.
ask for their approval As Comnmis loners
Dated at rernandna. Florida, this 3rd c. B. PEELER. Eeq..
daS o Jnary. WARFIELI. Counsel for Comp ainants. jan:I

Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Selling the GopeL. Under Section 575 of the General
In "professional" circles It is com- Statutel of Florida.
mon to disparage salesahi a oe bsreby given that Albert ArneU,
n t dis srag lesnmansip a i,urehaer of Tax Certificate No. 614. dated
phase of commereialsla-a specious he ~td day or July. A. D.. 191;. asfiled
art by which people are Induced to buy ,t1 certificate In my offe, and has made
U tppIleastl for tax deed to issue In ac-
what they do not want--and yet pub- ,'ordance wtth law. aild certifieate em-
llcity. preaching, propaganda, and ue". thbe foulswln described t rotrty ltu-
at04 inV Nasa county, Forioda. to-wit:
*other forms of salesmanship are need. Noth of a., L RBy. i, s secon 41, rows-
ed to overcome the natural Inertia of pt iNorte& h, Range Eat conta 6
mankind and to persuade them to Time sd lead being assesedat tbedateof
men their w In th as. In thiss ce of such certla l the name
mend their ways. In tin aeae Cler- (of estatlo ofbmbarah etuakm. UaDiemmaidter-
men, ihysilan&, lawyers, statesmen, tIMatolo mste bresdeeaed areored ltolaw
teachers, artists, writers, phlanthro- adeed will onthe tday
pits. engineers and all other "profes- t i itasmy oceUM siBature and sealthis
slonal" people have something to sell. 4' daofJa A. I. BURE
and. while some decline t: aeeept re. "'lerk'arcuttCourt Naseaucounty. rtlorida

muneration, they are usually glad to

First Platinum Ingot. nave tneir wares accepted ana appre-
The first veritable platinum Ingot dated. Even the gespel has to be
was mnade by a French chemist,. 'aha. sold. though without money and with-
neau. In 173I Chairh-e lInlof Spain out price.-J. E. lleiGnol, In the Re.
had called him to M31alrid and created view.
a special chair of, phys
I's andl cheni.|try for him. In his lab. m
oratory he found the secret of render .. .. Chautain.
ing thm new metal iunilicable. and thiB B
Is the way he rev-e-i the fact to one Tablets not only nove the bowels but
of his patrons: "Thre months later, improve the appetite and strengtben
at the borne of the count of Aranda, the digestion They eamtain no pepi
there anoeared upon a table .n ln in or other digestiv fermet but

Notice of Appmction for Tax Deed
Under Sect STS of the Geeral
Staf a of Florida.
Notle ts 1 r eby iveOn that ltIota J. Ba.
ker, perrcar of Tax rtaeacte oi. .
dated the tad day of October, A. ). IS,
nhas itd ad eartlaemtes to my oeee. ad
has Made spplIetAr ax deed to issm ain
emrordame wat ltow. MaId cetteal* ea-
braqme bUowtadingirtbed property. lt:
ulted la amma Coutyl, Flortda to-wit:
Northet &LA.L R3. toa scto aes, Town-
ship 2 north. Ran" mast. eotalating
The ald ad bigu amemd at th dat
Of theue ot aid amW ie iMal to U
.sme oi wi Wlliam.a UloM dear-

Legal Notices. i

In Court ot Omaty Jdge, tate eof
In r Eateeo o
George A. Latham. Niame Cuaey
Notie s. oereby itae.lo all Wnem t may
oencers, that on the malmteebh day ol Jamn-
ary, A. D. 1 I shall apply to the Hoser-
ableJ. IL. tewart.Judge ofr mid oat.
Judge of Probate, lfor my Snal di charge
'xeeuirtx of the last l wiB te=tamet of
Oeorge A. Latham, dead; ad that the
same time I will preMet to Matd Court my
anal accounts as Eeutrix of id estate,
and ask for their approval.
listed Jacksonvill e. Fl-, Nov. 12h, A.D.
-3a Executrix.
ft the Circuit Cout Fourth Judiial
Circuit ofFloPridaain for

I Obancery.
Rena Williantu
Va. Divorce
John Williams
BOTICa TO IO3-33-1aDn3T
To John Wl ltoms, rewMdene unkamwn:
You are hereb, required to aPam s the
second day of Februy, A. D.Mto the
bill of complaint for divorce Elod herla
againstyou by Rena Wlliam n theCir-
cuit Court of Nases Ousty, Florida.
The FrrnaMdlta NewsRecord is hwb
designated as the mmseper i which thb
order shall be published-oae each week
for eight conseetvle weeks.
Witne my bands Olerk ad the seal o
sld Court this tat day of Deoeser.A. D.
0. C. BURGE88.
Clerk of aid COrLt.
James .FCalknsu. olitkr. febl

In the Ciruit 0ou0 r Fourth Judkal
Ciracuit of Flor a, o in Afor
S NMama CUeuty
David Thoeroa.PlatiUtff 1
Marine oFleren Oompany l
of riorida. a eorporatio.a
defendant. C
To Marine fisheries Compan of Florlda.
corporatloa. doefdaaaad at alter per.
"on interested:
You are hereby nottled that a Writ of
Attachment hbas IhMe Il-ed a -als l Mau
beres Compay cof oor aaeorpora-
tion, and it roerty attack to @aUtiy
the demad or the pla=Uff la inbeocase,
mounting to ave huadred dollar" .
Now, unless you shall appear to sid ac-
tion at Fernandina. Flotrda. t theogrt
court Fourth Judletl Circult of Florda.
Inandfor Nas sCounat. oa the ad day o
.-.,rum-,a. i AugmT;=wn n ro- E

r-elrulryo A- i. IMn, judgMO416 VI11 ]1b11
Notice of Special Master's Sale dered against you, ad yr poperty sold
Notice It hereby given that under and by for thed ths t. d day of D A.
virtueot that certain final decree of fore- l DeA. D.
closure and sale made ate d entered on tha O.C. BUIRGIe,
18tbdayof December. A I,. il,hr by the Hon- feblc rkC DofGE,2.
orable Georgo Cooper (;thht. Judge of the Clerk of siUeort.
.Circit Court of Nasau county. Feorlda. In
"haseery.tnagalt therein pendl ng wlhereinla Colr of C0uty J-de of
The American Trust companyy : >rrar. COt1t af agRty J.m orlar Ofa-
tlo.a aadmlnletratorof th- estateaof c, f -. a
Markllle, deceased. Is comnplaitnalt enil J.
IH.TIso. aOt are defendants. the unaler- ID re o st@e o
siledapetol Master In IF. V.McDonald amaaCely
offer orsa and sell at pubhl- otuttery for IND sen t
rash an froat of the frost d'l..r of 4 ,utnty .otk..inbe.rby gives, to all whom t my
Oouat House in theClty of F'rrtiandln, Na concern-that oa lth third day Of bri .,
sai COity. FlordaL. on Monday, the 2nd A.IA-* JL11ir6I"Il PplY0 toth1e MonBae le J.
day of Febr Ary. A )D I he sae bing 8 war, Je, of sa comrta. e of
Saga sale day, ad during x he IRgal hiurs trSbater. lyl -dlee a Ada N-
of 80o, tO h hlet and test bidder or tat ofn- oa f t. V. Mcmoxd.11e
bddlers the mortgaged property described se ** a .that theamei UaI will pn
WIa ad ereooesomubchtber ins00 y to"ay the Indebtediesi tberein miletrateref sa wsll o,&ad a k Uther
derdt te tsame being situate and lying approval
in the Coutyof Nassau. State of Florida, led. MFr M a. 6Nov. 4h. A. I.
maore tlcalwrly described a, follows, to- 1
wit: C. 3. 10& 0RO B
The Wlrtheast quarter(S .r-.,: West ialf J ana AdafM- lent.
(W)a the West Hailf of thie sfutheat
Qina(rWjofthe s E4 of *.'t-n It-Thirty Avi_.a g ...... -
ai94 T=V Three Tb 133N.rth. Range uatrataI'- XIOIc
TweasTy te (i) East. Not" 18 herebo glvb to all whom It
together with the tenements. herfdila- mna conerath&atu thetthdaJ y of Mware
meat nI d appurtsenances ith-r-unto 90- A. .1&shallhU the t- He, J.
lociang or toa aywsoe appertaining the Hte tait. Couty JJkdefawaeeglay
same to be sold to alsfy salt dree'. Florsda, tol theo 5y Orperma.. at the
J.H. tT county4mtRome. 2 i0 rg
As peis. as A Mi.nloas, of the oto*5ofTmS
Cooper e& AOsborne. K. Braddec. eerMAI. ad a the smLWeM
Soliteors for Coplalnaut. Itime I shatl preams to said CosrtMy aSa
accoumtsa am maasoe ggg s w
Jate, sadi& A, I 0 ..--,
Jap Uniform In Siz. lted a"2t =nowrhrm th81 1h
The striking uniformity otf size t day o lasember, Ms s.
among the Japamnese is lluustruted bY i feb2o b
the fact that measurements tuken of

This ecntunimlmded by a htW.
When a doctor uses a medloawe hms-
r ian self besides prescribing it to his patimats,
he must know that it has merit.
g 'K 3 This is what Dr. J.- H. Wasger, a prom-
inent physician of Skate, KenteiWy, has
to say about Dr. Hartman's weM-known
remedy, PE-RU-NA: "I have used PB-
RU-NA myself for catarrh and have
rV m given it to others for catarrh, bloatag
}- afterr eating and other ailments. It has
provcd a success in all cases with old
S and young men and women. All qeak
well of PE-RU-NA. It is the bet at a
S tonics."
SM Dr. Wagner, out of the fullness of his
own personal experience, for the good ot
all sick and suffering, neommemda a
Sedi-ine which he knows to be good.
You may be sure a doctor wouMd not en-
danger his professional reputation by
r endorsing PE-RII-NA unless satisfied be-
yond a doubt of Its value.
Whether your trouble be a cough or a
9 L Rl cold, or a more subtle catarrhal effection
of the stomach. bowels or other organs.
DR. J. H. WAGNR give PE-RU-NA a trial The immediate
Improvement which you will see will sat.
Isfy beyond a doubt that PE-RU-NA Iswhat you need. 4
PE-RU-NA may be purchased anywhere in tablet or liquid storm.







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Island City Garage

Cor. Center and Third Sta

Automobile Repairing

Efficiently Done by Experienced

A FdiU d UiinTiini muin

No m b

G. P. McClendon, Mgr. H. C. King, Prop

arm --

Bay Barnes' better beeL Itt
The American steambhip Mostl-
cello arrived in port Monday with
4000 to ballast rock and is dis-
charging same at the Straelan
Bloom & Grossman, of Jaekson*
vule, closed a lease Wednesday with
L Fleeks for his store recently re-
modeled and will equip the building
with a fall line of shoes. The lessees
have two large stores in Jacksoville
devoted to shoes.

xi, k.l.l m

3J.400t 00

5,763 2

4,82121 17
60::.Isr V"


16 V. 8K SINN ICUKEt 7rsier or ttime ovo nt snIwd ibank.
doemishmrnl swear that the above hitateivmamnL is : rim. to the leItA
of my kmwledge ms d belte.
psEALI 0CI. 3INNItKKER. Cashier.
Hill '11- 0dAaad swel ore is ei.m ime tlmi*lath day ot
No"aryPublic,.1Slate of Floriola.

Evunu.e MISBLL,
JACKSON MazZLL, Dirotors


Picked Up About Town by

Busy Pencil Pushers

BMy Barmw better beef. tI.

Buy .marne' better beeL tL
6G66 quickly retieves Coktss ad La-
Urippe1, t'onstipati(m, Bi111089
Loss of Apietite and Headache.

Mirs. 31. 11. Bidez is viitiag her
sister-, %I1r- D A. Kelly and Miss
Trary Ilickel, of this city. Mrs.
:.l ; ....... ... i V W A of

SDudit z ina secretary a wo v. L.. "
Mr. and Mrs t J. A. Crook r spent artenburg S. C.
A y In thitseity with relative. en rg
Jos Sa tier, painter atIp rlapver- Atlantic Fruit Stand, phone 89.
John aitler, painter anid imr- 1us 15c pound, fliers 50e pAN d,
hanger. Box Fernadina, Fla. eggs 65e dozen. Prs get to
The Onmr Motor Co., Nonth chang. CHIS SHOI'T,
8und street, is laintalling an up t la1o N. 6 Center St.

W. Cecil, uf Minera City, Tenn.,
66I has proven at will cure Mala hats le w.l the vacant tore adjoining
rn, ChillM and Fever, Bilious F:vcr, FIt.cL ci~gr tar* aiI Iwill engage in
Cole and laOrippe. :the bu-tiiess st tailoring, leauoing
ianil preM-sing. lie comes highly
nlie c

Farm for Bent or Sale, two milths
from town. Good, new house onu it.
BOX 286, City.

M i. lAs Goldstein is spending ai
few d Iays i Jacksonville with her
husahad, who s employed there lby
the eminole Company.
8pedetle and 'Eye-Glassi Leses
dpMleted on short notice, fraues re-
paired, etc., by iuhrer, Jewele..

Rub-My-Thm is a powerful anti-
8plr I t ius the poison caused fro
ilt Geted euts, cure old mires, better,
C. C. Beed,of the D. A. KellyCo.,
MM Henry Uvingston, of JoUn It.
Ma & Co.. delightfully spent
Sunday tAst iu uth umetrupuULl

Durham Duplex, Gem, Enders,
Ever-eady. Gillette sad Keen Kutt-
enruam bmde, strops, lather bmsheA,
ete., t Sbsert's drug store.
Preaching 8uoday evening at the
Methdis hchMehat 7:30 will be by
J. & Bmey, presiding elder, this
gd the fir quarterly meeting.

ilh-My-Thm is a great pain kill-

Mni by Bh menaath, Neuralgia

For al.-Wickr Breakast e
Fwr Lamp Mehogam y desk aN
hair mgI Mahogany serving IambI

sister E'ter Clai lotta, -. RB. former
preadentt of the Florida U. D. C., IR
greatly interested in tue work to re
lieve the d!(tre'ed in the BIMe
Lauid-. She is taking an active later
eml in the movement.

The products of the Seminole Ferti-
lier & Oil Co., of Femandins, is li
great dlemandl ll over Florida and ik
meeting with much favor from farm
ers, whi realize thAt -fih scrap ito th
iskil lertllizer.
It. 11. Abbott, formerly connctu
with the News RIcordt, returned to
Frntmmltina itass week and will sas
us in turning out the long-delayei
work'that has accumulatled In' o
job dlt p.*rtnelt.

M. N. D0m8, D puPy Colle.tor of
laternale Rvfenue, of Jacksoeville, I
in tie city for a few days, cooductie
acolne tax delinquinty campaign If
unpaid 1918 taxes. He is for iH
titue occupying room In the Fleds
Automobile ProtectlFo-Fire a
Theft, and ColliOim Insurance eso
to mesubers of the Florida Ota,
Automobile AsiOClatio at aem
eadt. Simple ,Florida Motoret
sent on request. Address
Squarters, OIed*
S Up to the 19th of th1s mok,b I
Seighteen days, 3.754 barrels and i
. biarls I half barrels ad bad
Sdhri mO were shipped f rm et

A sneak thief entered the home
o(8. Kennard, St., yesterday after-
non, and stole the poeket-book of his
daughter, Mrs. F. C. Hillyer, of
Washington, D. C., who is vialting
her parents, containing about $10 In
cash and return tickets for herself
amd ehild. Either send or mail the
return tickets and no questions will
be asked.
The Florida State Automobile
Association annual convention will
holdforth In big, business style, on
the 3rd and 4th of February in the
cityofOcala. This will be by far
the meeost important meeting ever held
by the organization, and in addition
to the business program, which will
be important and interest lng, there
will be a motorcade which will In-
vade the business district with ban-
ners flying from all automobiles,
moonlight f b-fry on Silver Springs,
steamboat ride on the transparent
Silver Springs and Ocklawaha rivers.
Comiderable progress Is being
made on the terminals of the associ-
ated eompanies. The drdge huas
worked her way around the south
and of the Hill dock, and has a day
and night force at work. The balast
rock discharged from ahipi-soiL.e
boulders weighing three toan-have
been moved in easy reach of the
rock crusher, and will be crushed to
peblesi e to mix with cement for
foundations of large structures to be
ereted thereon. This preliminary
work does not begin to tell what li to
follow, but in a very few months we
will see and realize more fully what
this great work means to the future
of our city.
Shah of Persia SuMpertitleau.
The young shah of Persia has near-
ly 200 mascots, most of them heir-
looms which have played some part
In the history of his predecessors, an
exchange states. Chief among these
Is a cube of amber which, according
to Eastern lore, fell from heaven ln
Mohammed's time. It Is supposed to
ward off danger, and the shah usually
* wears it round his neck. Another fa
mou mascot Is the gold star which Is
msaid to have the power of making
criminals confess. Perhaps the
qualatest charm that the shah car
ria is a little box at gold set In
* emeralds and dating from the days
i at the prophet, who Is said to have
I blessed It. It is believed to hat
the power of rendering members of
the Persian royal family invisible s
e long as they are celebates, but It Is
not on record whether any the shaha
have put its powers In this respect
d to the test.




Buy Barau' better beef. tf

EsItablished by Meres 0 Island in
Lake mI liha It Was of Ce-
dderab -Imp .I

The Wiscomin mate Hstal o-
dlety is preparing a bistry oft the
Mormons wheo settled Ina and ar
the state during the middle of the
nineteenth century. The htory w
contain much new material coacerlaf
the early Mmrmos whe settled t Im-
nois and belt their ascred cty ot
Nauvoo, just above Keokuk.
After the death of Jeaeph S- ith,
leader of the Mormosm. In 1844, O
of the claimants to the sueeesals was
James J. Strange of Burlngtn, Wi.,
who was converted to Ms moilai I
1843 by mtsioemnries who mcae to Bar-
lington. Straw aoom galaed a streo
Yollowinag and established a hly city i
at Voree, whare @ e flowers md0
their headquarters, Mat out nadml-
aries and became scceuftl rival to
the Brigham loag moem ent 1I
About 18 Strang moved isa fltew-
ers to Beaver bidand ja Lake Mlelgma
where he built a new sacked city, sad
had his headquarters from 1S to
1856. The city at St. James was the
most important between Detroit ad"
Milwaukee. Strong met deaMt at the
hand.' of two of his followers. He eft
no successor, and the Gestiles 310t-
ds at YheS bShS
ereforced to leave with such of their
posse -lons as they could carry, and
were deported by boat to Chleago and
Milwaukee. The church built up by
Strange was thus destroyed. It s esti-
mated that et tis bErash ot the Moe-
mons less than two hundred now re-

Gives the Old etleeman Away.
Pa.nsy Pyetin objects strongly to the
way either uses the EngUsh langae.
His grammar is a o uniformly corret
as: to show that he doem't go to thea*
ter or cabarets or any place.

Why the Ed. FId.
"**',**,nel Slister celebrates his il-
ver %miading tomorrow, having been
harri,.t since October 1, 1 14."----
. mouton Bulletin.

S Washing qMm nh a OlUm Nw.
S What Ims become of the ld-fashb.
loned belle who used to manicure, her
teeth with a muftstick?-Dallas News.

Toad Dead Half the Tme.
-. During the winter a toad becomes
torildl and takes no food for frem
four t,. six months.

Really an Art.
s T, :. bored and not show t It, e me
e of the secrets at cglal iaeam.-li
Stoon lPost.
s Bunches from I 26 to 61.76 hbneh.
t Dozen 25 ete saId Uemat domen.
ale out of ear at depot.

In Stock

em = = = =e

-.9 AL,

We wish to announce that our

Garage and Repair Department on

North Second Street is now ready
for business, and we are in position

to give first-class guaranteed ser-

vice in every way. Give us a trial,

and we will give you satisfaction.




General Hardware
..,Skple and Fancy Groceries

Motor Boat Supplies

Hay, Graia and Feeds

Paints, Oils and Glass

Building Materials

' We have added a complete line of Staple
and Fancy Groceries to our stock
and solicit your patronage

Phone us a trial order.

Prompt delivery

Oa waih Dr. Hmpihrew
Uans. besides ceP hboe 1m.w.
Cabs mawesedalsheorday.


Reom 1,2,3, SwanS Building
Fndinesa Fla.
Fesnandina Fla.

Phone 41


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Room 1., 3, Je-fays -M.H
officePhou. himseluem I
Fernandina, Fla.



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Office Furniture and Supplies
COmmercial and Fancy Statiomery
printing, Lithographing, Egraving
Books-All Kinds
Artists' Material

The H. & W. B. Drew Company
uaW.N w a b 9iy ee JACKSONWY


L. Grunwald
Optometrist a a 4d
Ma ste*r Optician

UAssn l ..m e _sd.
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10 Center Street


Next big event at the Key-

stone Hotel will be a Valen-

tine Dance, Thursday night,

February 12


Eat at th e Kyston HoMd

Meal, week days, 75c.

Sunday, $1.


Eversharp Pencils
Waterman Fountain Pens
T.mpoint Fountain Pens
Gem Fountain Pens

L. GRUNWALD, Jeweler







23, 1920

Children Cry fo Fletcher's

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has bees
la use for over thirty years, has borne the sigJnt"te
i7 mand has been made under his per.
0sual o supervision since its infancy.
4Alow no one to deceive you in this.
All Couterfeits, Imltatif and "Just-as-good" m but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health d
Infants an (hildrea-Emxperene against xPemw

Castoria is a harmless lsubjiaute for Castor Oil, Paregfic,
Drops and Soothing Syrupe. It is pleasant. It contain
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying FeveriShnesarising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and uatulal ee.
T2e Children's Panacea-The Mother's friend.


In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THr c E r^Aum Co AsV. W EEw*yo Cirv. TY.

Vanadium in Stzel.
The iin:ln,,oe'. jf the a4i1oi'onn of
stall proportions of v:in:adium to steel
Is twofold; it .Cts< :is a scavenger, re-
aIiovilig o.xiles., nitridelhs, etc., in a form
easily :irr;i>'el ;; v.;y too the sl;g. and It
also tfoheIthnrv thl, steal diir--liy, bly its
Nolid sol.-hotit, miole r li t'tual condi-i
tions. in tlhe ,;4it'rl ei-hs portion, known
as ferrite. In al.litiior it fornis com-
plex (ci'riiles. of Sich a nature as
greatly to ssilretlhe.n the steel stati-
cally. TIho result is 1 prldwitet so vast-
ly superior to their ordinary carbon
steel as t.o ri,'in r it pr:ttwi miateriall of <-,rii- tirm.,I< n>i. specially for
Wiuitu1i ons ill \. iii-l s4h.c4ks mus:1l.t be nlet
llnd re s:,'l. h'1.*' c .oiinitatlionl of high
strength :ial :tdr: i t4)u-'hli,-s makes It
the ;...,v. :ill 4lihers for auto-
linoldile p.lias. as well as for railway
axles anitl et.'1*Z! frmit-l, '. for slpring-.
for the fimni|irt;itnt parts of vessels and
for bridges and similar striwttures.

Barce!ona's Medieval Tint.
Ilesite it- ;di-.< orders and its modern-
Ism. Ituarcqlont>i; ria.ins IIi;mlay relics of
those iellolw tiees wilhen ('ervantes
malue it tlle, set.tiiag for ltoIi Quixote's
later ::lvcntures. There still are
church ,i',-<.simois. iltery 'ticket sell-
ers. polit-n.emt with red coats and hel-
iii'ts. Lower stalls and Caged binr
vendors. Folklore embellishes the
story oet iithi girli-li n:martyr, Saint u--
laria,, wlo.e s'l's lite in the ltarcelona
catlihedr:l. lerhl:ihps the darkest of all
great .hitlrci es, and among the most
I.enttifuil in Spi:in. ('ool foint:init
play in thie cloister .-rdlen. atmongg
oleandler',. roinl ornrine n1nd litnoii trees.
n:lil pools of It e ne'dieval .:tntity. hbut ei'ttrilb-
tory to it. wlani one hiearnis they arne
les-endl-.dl frnm the lirds forimerly
usil for :anzury.

Faithful in Love.
A case is oin 'ee-ord of ,oiye lon whhlch
re-'oi.:itiz- .i o an e< r fit,.nl after s.,fven
years. and went wild with Jy onU see-
ing hiln. Th1i 1 .1ii spent Its early
days at itl' court 'ofl M are'ro-i. Then It
was shlie l to t no':ud. nel kelt at
the tower. S~\'l', yeirs later. nnt lng-
lishntan whlwn it hl.,i 'kn<-',%nt" in li -
recco visited l ite wr. ;ml the lion
smelt him e.'ore, h nw bnit. No
dog ever s:;\e its mn: welcome. 1The tinl went Itlo the ra e,
and the lion fawne ,mhl on hi. :;iil Ilhked
his feet. Aft'r hi. c.del:artiire. the lion
refused food for four dnys. A some-
what sirnilar case is rc-',,er,hl of a
tiger, which wa:s hippeded froti Ai;a tio
London, and re'corn'red at f.-rmier own-
er a few years afterwards at the

Oldest Law School.
England today hIas no l:i school inn
existenee. Iharvarel's l.;aw school, is;
not only the oldest existing: law school
In the United qStat-'s. hut it is the told-
est existinllg ,tcadenitc laaw s hoool in the
Eng|lishi-p.w::'-: wrl!.. Tlhey have -.
professor of IIv :! <'a n.! rie. and aS
Drofessor of law at

How's This?
We offer One Hundred Iol! rs Rewar d
er aay case of Catarrh that c.1nnot be
car0 by HaYi Garrh -. M-dictn.
N Daa r lh '-4W re hnas t *en taken
*.M-eaMah mileseb tor tL" riast thirty
Ig ears, ad has become known aa the
agMt liable remedy for Catarrh. Haira
Catarrh Medicine acts thru it., lood oa
te Mucous surfaces, exp.'lllne the Pl.f
ua from the Blood and heaiag the dia -
eased portions.
After you have taken Hall' ('atarrh
ses... En. a oh,,,. 9,nas..,, ~..C. -m

;but Itl.'\ 4li itlt teach:i law In the man-
ner oft it professional schooL They
simply i.-t ire upon law, or endeavor
to gi ert s-lentitli preparation for the
lrorf,-.esin I law, bhut do not give a
siewi'ilii.. lrof inort. :ir,' iirror the tendency is to rec-
ognizet lih:t lihat is the Ideal, along
with oie,.r f.ieatures of Instruction at
Hurvari. to keep up with in American
law S ,1lIs.

Cat and Rat Friendship.
Thei stra:uw-e story of the rat that
nnulde frie-ntl with a eat is told by W.
II. llinleon li his "Book of a Natural-
ist.' The rat first "thrust Itself and
Its friendship" on a village woman In
L.el:nt. West Cornwall. England. It
not only irew familiar with the worn-
;an, but even with her eat, "which ap-
ipeanred to know Intuitively that it (the
rat) was there as a privileged guest,
while the rat, on its part, seemed to
know. also by Intuition. that It had
nothing to fear." The friendship deep-
ened; cat and rat seemed pleased to
he together, and would even drink milk
from the same sanucer, and sleep
hunched up together!

Sycophant is from A Greek word
which. expressed in English letters, Is
written. sukophantes, meaning "fig-
htil!,'tr-i's." In ancient days democratic
Athens ipas.ed a law forbidding the ex-
Ixortation of figs in order to keep down
the irite's. The law, of course, was
*evidetI. bitt there were always found
titea1n fellows. who for reward or to
w in favor with the authorities, inform-
ed4 on exporters. They were caIlled In
contenpnlt sukophlantes. ("fighlabllers,")
or "infornners." as we would say.
Ilencet syopeiihant came to signify a
gooverntent toady and then a toady

Great Little Explainer.
No master what trouble Tommy gets
into. he always manages to offer some
sort of excuseI,. until even his little .sis-
ter is on to him. The other day he
droixl'd her dolly itid broke it. Be-
fore he tad time to open his mouth
she exclaimed in an angry voice,
"The re. now. I saw you did It, so don't
try to make an explain."

Our word sinecure Is derived from
iwo L.:atin wrds-the preposition sine,
wvillieot. l fnd the i oun cura. here In
lie ab!ative nse.. meaning care. Sine
-11mn was, tlhirefore, without care,
hence our word. sin'UIre', meaning an
11lile without employment but that
hia< a revenue; position having emolu.
eants with few or no duties.

Peculiar "Medicinea."
Those who critllse the prevalence
of "patent mIedi'In'"es of various com-
,, sitlen in tltese dlays should be In-
*erested In ree -lling the quaint noa-
trumins of the past. whk-h If they did
not outnumber those of today at least
far surim-oed them"n I ingenuity of
composition. For example. says the
New, York Herald, there was dried
toad, which was reputed to be an un-
failing care for fever. Those of
squeamish palates will be relieved to
know that it was. happily, for external
application only. being placed In the
armpit of the fever patient. Dried and
powdered fox lung was, however, for
Internal administration and was held
to be certain remedy for lung and
thmat troubles.

Of What Use Is It?
After growing for ten years, the
Japanese cypress, one of the smallest
specimens of the horticultural world,
reaches the size of a golf balL

of blood from your veins than to have
a nerve ttapldl. Nolbody measures
your nervous force as it runs away,
nor bandage your brain and marrow
after the operation.

Og daua 4anthe meeru
~ ~:2 Mi.-emand a mi
11t ,a
-inamU 3 SAl

The Successful Farmer

Raises Bigger Crops

and cuts down costs by investment in
labor-saving machinery.

Good prices for the farmers' crops en-
courage new investment, more production
and greater prosperity.

But the success of agriculture depends
on the growth of railroads-the modern
beasts of burden that haul the crops to
the world's markets.

The railroads-like the farms-increase
their output and cut down unit costs by
the constant investment of new capital.

With fair prices for the work they do,
the railroads are able to attract new capital
for expanding their facilities.

Rates high enough to yield a fair return
will insure railroad giowuth, and prevent
costly traffic congestion, which invariably
results in poorer service at higher cost

National wealth can increase only as our
railroads grow.

Poor railroad service is dear at any
price. No growHig country can long pay
the price of inadequate transportation

Tkind=6* Waftiewmgt- iis ratrmudaisaw
Rgftq dk IUsmamw, M bme us.r.&



No intreducllsn lats Se1ttlel Ch--
for Which Jam Watt Was Re. Strengthen the Blood and You
pnibtle, Made Treub Strengthen the Body

The current appreciations of James
Watt. Inventor of the steam euine. The body lives on the food brought
have not, so far as we have see, called i to it by the blood. If the body is
forth any protest from the Wee Frees.; carrying disease germs It cannot ear-
Yet Watt was responsible for the ry strengthening food to the muscles,
first pipe organ built nl Scotland, and nerves, and bones.
round It raged one of the fercest con. Dr. Williams 11l Tonie isa made up
troverasies In the history of the move. of Quinine, lion and Magnesia, cor-
ment against Instrumental music In rectly proportionea. The quinine kills
the Scottish church, all disease germsn in the blond, the
The story of the organ Itself was magnesia removes all accumulated
told fully when the Instrument was poisons by gently acting on liver and
given a year ago to the Glasgow cor. bowels, and the iron fill. up the blood
poratlon. It was built by Watt in his wJith rich, red, strength giving cor-
house in High street In 1762, and in ppuse'es, which are food for tired and
1807 found its way into St. Andrew's weak bodies.
church, Glasgow. On hearing that the "Flu," Malaria, Fever, Colds, La-
organ was to be played during divine Grilpp and Chills are all effectively
service, the lord provost of the day treated by Dr. Williams 101 Tonic
wrote to Dr. Ritchle, minister of the During the "Flu" epidemic last win-
church. and an enthusiastic fiddler, ter the ales of liU Tonic increased
"begging to know of him If such was over 500 per cent.
really the case," and adding that Itf 25e and 60c bottle for sale at your
so, he would consider It his duty to drug store. Accept no substitute.
enter a solemn protest against him:
and the congregation for all danmeage
which might be the consequence. Dr No Shoes for Traveling.
Ritchile was also held personally re: A fow of my friend. anid I went to
sponslble for "any breach of the peace a station nearly to 1 amp and PIck
which might possibly be occasioned by blueberries. On the first day. while
the Innovation he had attempted to traveling through some swamp land
Introduce." our feet be<-eate wet. That night I
After being used for one Sunday, built a fire and pl;t p'Id y shots' and
the organ was dosed by command of socks on a log near the fire, intending
the Presbytery; aad then the Ito. ls to watch them until they dried. I fell
of controversy were let loose. The asleep antl ny footwelr burned. The
"'friends of music" wee forcible, if not next day I went hotite on the" train
very polite, In'a series of pamphlets, barefooted, to the amusement of all
Both sides, of course, quoted Scripture the passengers.--Chicago Tribune.
freely; and In a Presbytery minute the
writer of the pro-organ pamphlets was Conversaton
convicted of "culpable laaccurace and This business f conversation Is a
a scandalous violation of the truth very serious matter. There are men
History, so far as we knw, does not that It weakens one to talk with an
record what Watt thought of It all. hour more than a day's fasting would
The old organ Is now the property h o mrtha nat I an',sing tou
o Glasgowdo. Mark this that I an going to sa
ofhGlsgowcorprl a tionKandsta for it is as good as a working profes-
the Central hall of the Kelven-Grove sional man's advice, and costs you
galleries.: notilnr It Is hotter to lose a Dint

stilc n sound, for he will probably be-
hold a native with the Fangaree
cluhinr. and will see him beat with a
lhanilkw) halumler upon a tiny drum
held above a live animal. As the trav-
eler looks around the charm is struck,
and it Is the belief of the natives that.
whatever part of the animal Is Injured.
the human victim will suffer In the
same region.

Seeing Him Home.
I was coming home from a dance.
and I didn't want my escort, whom I
had just met that evening, to know
where I resided. We were walking
down the street and I saw a pretty
house. I stopped in front of this
house and told my escort that I lived
there and was obliged for his atten-
tion and kindness In taking me home.
A look of bewilderment broke out on
Idla face as be mld. "Holy amke .bow
do you live there when I live there?"

Concerning the Sabbath.
According to the Bible the IArd crem
ated the world In six days and rested

us attached little importance to the on the seventh. As Saturday Is the
occurrence. The skipper took a differ- seventh day of the week, the Jews ob.
ent view of It. serve it as the Sahhbbath. as do certain
"It wasn't a ship at all," he de-clared other denominatims following the old
gravely, "but a warning that I.-fore Mosaic law. When (Christ said:
the year Is out the sea will claim one ohl things have passed away behol
of us." they are become new." his followers
We laughed at his prophi-ey. Ye.t It regarded this as a command to change
Is a fact that before the year was u"itl the old order, and they made the day
the sea had claimtei tthe man who ufit of his resurrection the Sabbath.
sighted the mysterious ship!
Is there any explanation?
Bluodlers of Novellta.
"Sergeant-Majorism.. Baroness Orezy,. In "Petticoat Gov.
The war has teen responsible for ernment." makes the crescent moon
many new words., ant the term ".s.r rise over the far eastern slfy at 11
geant-majorism" conveys a n ..>an o'ehlck'on a June evening; and Mis
which is well understood neot only in Stevens, In "The Veil." credits her full
the British army but by the oavvrae 1nmon with rising and setting in less
civilian, though not always ly tlis than three hours But, toughest of
title. A good sergeant tn: .ior In- 'l hu1ll. Is that created by Miss arie
valuable In the nny. and. it i ,le att- orla when .I h t erlrr ofoebyr
bltlon of nearly every soldier to rite Heen In hne ellht Hiomand budy-hefer.
some day to the dlizzy h.i:Ii.t-; of aIfhome eigt r igboan Chelfe.
warrart Pe. .r : sture.`"--J loa Chronice.
Warrant officer. Tht. ser~vaa t twijEr,
has a certain amount of i"xve'r. aed;i
sometimes tries to maike tJiu,,_- i JBUN1 CB EI
comfortable for those wha>I 'r,-1,t.t
"bow down" before him. rif.>rt i- 'heni a aruggiT iSds that hig
lately, the type of per',n who flai.nis customers all speak well of a eertan
his petty powers In onm's fa'e is noit iarelmration, he fonnI a &god oplinon
confined to the army, vl I,..,eit of it and when In need of msch a
thee are a today fe pe.. av medicine is alm.t certain to ue it
Aot met with this type. ta. ter'ni, "-er-
geant-majorim" hns. not urt in:':rallyh self and in his afuiily. This is
come Into more or ie< '.a; -i;>l t.-:age. why so many druggist ine and rec-
-Christian Science Monitor. i mnmend Chamberlain's though Renm-
edy. J. B. Jones, a well known
Glass Houses. druggit of Cubnrn, Ky. says "I
M Filipino dehlea-t, Dr. ,oCuu1Ky.,,^y,6
he~i addatoaWasiti, orn have used Chamblerlain's Cogh Ream-
Gone, Glaid at a W-al.hiategt,.n ",.:
"I overheard two lhlie.s :U in myfamily forthepasen ye.,
about us Fllipinos the other hday. and have found it to be the best
*Those Fillipino delegates ar I -ve-; coue h medielnel bha eever known.u
l,' the first lady said. 'lut asa j 'as-
the F1lipinos are horrid. I',o you vw-.'*,
my dear, the Tagal.,;;s aetuall: t.Y! Clean-Up Sale.
heir wives? Here is a humorous definition that
"*Tancy! How awful!" sai,. tl..... iS rather timely: "Indian summer i
opd lady. 'By the way. love. yvur !-a merely an arrangement between the
tifal daughter's marriage. t-, Mr. *,, !,-a fatherr man and the lee man to en-
has been postponed to lha"fn ? able the latter to get rid of his rem-
"'Tll Gobsa Is up andl :;.lit : 0 n nunts."--Boston Transcript.
the first lady answered. 'Tti' dl-:r e,!,I
thtin, you know. has Iat l -, ;.; ":Ai
Andeint rahan.
ro hina played football long before
SJa pan so long ago that the football
sad case. wats stuffed with hair until the fifth
Mrs. White-Why. hant !s th t. eentury. when the Ingenious ChlnesO
tew, thought of lafating IL
Mrs. Green-My hr t.,'*! I, r" -
turn home last night anhl I':n at:f-1
be's starved to death 1e..:.;-' 1..- !::: 1 cw 4mpany.
eily $100 with him.-Ju,;.-,'. One good talker and one good IMt.
ener make the most satistctory chat.
Worse. -Buffalo Inammt


Presence of Thirteenth Ship Now
Mystery of the Sea.

Its Appearance Under the Circum.
stances Always Unaccountable
and Death Twice Claimed the
First Man to Sight It.

The "thirteenth ship" remains among
the mysteries of the war. I have never
heard any one try to explain it. says
"Jackstaff" In the London Daily MaIL
Even the most matter-of-fact people ap-
pear content to state facts as they are
known and leave it at that.
When the Norwegian convoy that!
was attacked by an enemy raiding!
force In November. 1917. left port it
consisted of 12 ships. Later a thir-
teenth ship was added-or added It-
self. No one actually saw It join, no
one In the end saw it leave.
Just before the fighC Lieutenant
Commander Fox of the Mary Rose,
counted and reported 13 ships where
there should have been only 12. Thir-
teen there were at thie beginning of the
fray and only 12 when it ended. The
stranger vanished as mysteriously as
she appeared. At least that Is what
eyewitnesses say.
It will be within every one's recollec-
tion that the raid resulted disastrous-
ly for us. Among our losses was the
Mary Rose. the vessel that first sight-
ed and reported the thirteenth ship.
Can any one suggest an explanation
of the occurrence? I have no theory
to put forward. But here Is a some-
what similar war happening within
my own personal experience:
One evening in the bay of Biscay
four of us were standing on the


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West African Superstitle.
In West Africa It Is not unusual to
see a mttlve crunched over a stream
tu.k., .s*h--* "e t n.. S

bridge of a small warship watching tal ing to the Spi
"Look, there are three trawlers over is unwise who hmks behind him at any

there now," said one of my compan-
Ions pointing to starboard.
"Impossible." declared the skipper
through the chart house window. "All
ships are In station and there are only
two there. You can't see straight!"
"But there are three!" persisted the
first speaker, and we others corroborat-
ed him,. the signalman adding, "I can't
make her out. sir; she doesn't seem to
belong to our crowd."
Out from the chart house came the
skipper and joined the little group
who were watching the stranger. Who-
ever she might be or wherever she
might have come from, the one un-
doubted fact was that there she lay.
rolling steadily along between the
"double-ender" and the tubby old
trawler that had been our familiar
companions during many days.
While we were speculating as to the
stranger's Identity our "snottie" gasped
out an astonished "Why. she's gone l"
And gone she hadI We looked
carefully to see whether she had be-
come hidden behind one of her conm-
panions. But no; the stranger disap-
peared as eerily as she came. and we
could not understand how. Most otC


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