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sharks, sea-bass and all of the deep
TEACHER TREATS HIMSEUF TO
HIS FIRST SHAVE ,
FACTS ABOUT THE WINTER
The Herndon residence faces the
Gulf of Mexico and is swept by re
freshing, invigorating breezes from
the warm Mediterranean of America
day and night.
The Herndon place has 24 'rooms,
5 baths, old-fashioned log fireplaces,
colonial stairways, real old-time fur
niture in short, it's a typical plan
tation house of "befo" the war."
Around the house is a row of cedar
trees. Around the grounds, taking
up not quite a square mile, is a cedar
fence more than 70 years old.
The place is owned by Mrs. J.
Ayres of Chicago and New Jersey;
was once the honle of General Har
ney, and was built before the war by
George Jonas, a wealthy New Orleans
banker, long ago dead.
DIARY OF FATHER TIME
Kiev, Russia, scene of the recent
great "ritual murder" trial, is the
earliest seat of Christianity in Rus
sia. The most ancient capital of the
empire, it has earned the title of the
mother of cities. Its immense mon
astery of Petcherskaya is one of the
wonders of the world. Many churches
and chapels and innumerable monk
ish cells within its high walls makes
the "city of caves" a town of itself.
Thousands of pilgrims come every
year from all over Russia to worship
at the shrines in the catacombs cut
out of solid rock. But Kiev is not a
typical Russian city. While it has
lost much of its early character, it
has not got the modern Russian
, o o
Finding a lady reading "Twelfth
Night," a facetious doctor asked:
"When Shakespeare wrote about 'Pa
tience on a monument,' did he mean
doctors' patients?" "No," said the
lady. "You will find them under
monuments, not on them,"
Prof. 4 E. "Allen of Pensacola Fla.,
who hds taught school for SO-years,
shaved fop the first time, jn6elebra
tion of thefirst Gulf, Floridaapd Ala
bama train entering Pensacpla.
- , LIKES MUSIC,?
"Does your son Bill like music?"
"Well,-I should say sol Every time
he goes ,to a comic opera, hejsits as
close to the orchestra" as 'possible,'"