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THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, i'921 PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGE 7 letter' (Si Lucy Jeanne Price. p ,l .' , bu Jeanne Price. fore," he replied. - Frank A. Vanderlip hag a more ifnmediate method of stopping such sales. He bought pretty nearly all of the village of Sparta a few months ago, because it was a neighbor of his and he wanted it changed into a more 'desirable community. But one man held out. Nick Selazza, who owned a saloon which Mr. Vanderlip declares was a real saloon in spite of this day and age, refused to sell. Finally, after making the capitalist BELLS OF BUDDHA Their Tones Vary With Tastes of the People. the New York, Jan. 27 Anyone who Never were New York hotels more lays claim to being a real denizon of constantly crowded than they are any part of Greater New York and this winter- What is the answer? jbuy all the property he haff anywhere ! then admits to having not teen pacy- "" Business; in tne vicinity, including some lana 8 UBen P"0" mean olentv of room It. nrf 'n... Si ei .i,Tf,nt fctm cho-analyied will shortly be met'be said that the price of secunliea ! completely. And now the atmos with scorn and repudiation. Unless 'on the Btock Xchange would let you here is entirely as per Mr. Vander- ' JUB" acuy wnat lime know how much trnnhla if ,, ;ps instructions. ''complex" you are carrying around ( would have in getting good hotel with you, your insistence upon ever i accommodations in New' York on having seen the Grand Central sta-! short notice. Slocks up. no room: j stocks d(own, all you want . But here it is after the ChrSlmas sea- 1 son, after the motor show, with stocks still down, and every hotel in the city filled. tion will be doubled. It goes right along now with a manicure and eye brow shaping. I met one appar ently perfectly sane, balanced girl the other day who told me casual ly that she had a "tragedy com plex" and that "it was quite unfor tunate, because she COULDN'T let anything in her life reach a happy ending." Love affairs, work, every thing this tragedy complex just compels her "to turn them Into sad ness." And she is only one of, I should judge, at least 1,500,000 New Yorkers who have had some- such 'sale of liquor aboard?" it revelation made to them by the ex- asked him. Mr. Johnson The Liner Impera'tor brought "Pussyfoot" Johnson home from Ire land the other day. He predicted that northern Ireland would go dry but didn't go into any more details as to conditions abroad. He made two speeches on the ship, coming over. "Did the speeches seem to affect the reporter laughed. j After so many "queer" plays, sad, j ; sordid, tragic, bleak or uncanny that j 'New York has seen this season, there is something exceedingly en- j ! joyable about a production HEe"Dear Me," which just opened with Bale , Hamilton and Grace LaRue in the j I leading parts. If is just another j wnaeraua story, odvious in m piui, i tlieir temples and their times. Thev and not at all like Hfe. But it is j bear Inscriptions by famous uoets and scholars; they are molded Into a weultil of symbolism. And around Continuous Symphony of Tinkling in Rangoon and Mandalay Japan Mo More Stern In Tone. The bell is almost as characteristic a symbol of Buddhism as Is the seated ngure of Buddha himself. , It varies, in the different Buddhist coutitrles, with the temperament and tastes of the people. In Burma, where eveu Buddhism turns to sunshine and to prettioess and the towers of the tem ples evaporate in lace work aud jewel ry, the bells, glittering with precious stones, hang In clusters from the um brellalike top of the pagoda spire and ring at their own sweet will. In the temple courts of Rangoon und Manda lay there Is a continuous symphony of tinkling and chiming things dainty, casual, wayward. But the bells of China .and Korea and those of Japan are more eran- diose and sober. Like the stained glass windows of European cathedrals, Japanese bells are storied records of AMUSEMENTS perts who analyzed their souls for "There were more people drutfli when them. I rot throueh than there were be- WE ARE NOW READY TO MAKE OUT YOUR 1920 Income Tax Return We are SPECIALISTS in all FEDERAL TAX MAT TERS. Our prices are reasonable and our work first class. Formerly with the Internal Revenue Bureau, Washington, D.C. We alio do Auditing and Accounting Work Florida-Service Company KENNERLY-HICKMAN BLOCK Hare your Income Tav work done at W home by experts as happy and cheerful and well done as was the Cinderella of our youth. And the audience liked it just as we used to that story of the slipper and" the prince. Greenwich, Conn., the most effete of all New York's environs, is in the throes of a hidden treasure craze. It all developed when a strange man sought permission of the police chief to dig in the park. The story came out that tfie would-be digger was an i ex-convict who had found a note from another prisoner, since then electrocuted for murder, stating that 1 he had buried $50,00?0 in that Green wich Park. It was all in real gold, he said, and the man left minute di rections for finding It. Now the po lice have taken charge of the park i in its entirety anfl not even a child can carry a toy spaue into it, uniu the law and order of the Town has got the gold in its. own right-hand. LUCY JEANNE PRICE. Brown Emblem of Mourning. In Egypt yellowlsh-brnwu, the but if the dead leaf. 11 worn as the em Hem of tlionrning We are authorized agents for GOODYEAR . TIRES AND TUBES. BUICK GARAGE Special Demonstration -of- M CEREALS them cling, like the moss and flow ers that have overgrown the woodland Buddhas of Nlkko, legends and tales and history that live on the Hps of gen erations who have dwelt in the shadow of some great bell and whose lives have been unconsciously attuned to -its grave and somber harmony. Yet, though the imagination of the people clings around it, the temple tell seems to speak most eloquently from lonely places, from the heart of monastic woods, from heights to which the contemplative may withdraw for meditation, it lias none of the fa miliar and sociable character of the occidental church bell. Though Chris tianity, like Buddhism, has under stood the value of the bell, the differ ence between the' bells of East aud West Is typical of a difference In the genius of the two faiths. In the cities of England aud northern Europe the bell Is the first to speak out on any occasion of special significance to the people. It announces fuuerals, wed Jings, Ares and wars. It Is at Its best In the expression of communal Joy. The very method of ringing in caril lons, chimes and joyous changes makes It seem a representation of ninny voices raised In a chorus of gladness. The Buddhist hell has none of these social characteristics. It could hard ly quicken lt deep tone to speak of Joy. It seems a voice apart from tem poral things, cognizant only of eternity and Nirvana. Tet on any occasion j of general sorrow its accent tranquil, I remote, unhurried may be lmmeas I unilily consoling. An American who i lived In Kobe while the epidemic of Influenza was at Its worst often speaks of the comfort he felt in the sound of the temple hell from the hill. All day he saw the procession of the dead pu-s Ills house aud smoke of the cre matories dimming the sky; but every night at nine o'clock the great bell spoke out serene aud gracious on the evening air and its grave voice seemed to be saying: "Fret not; for ull this passes. It la well." Marjorie Lultn liarstow In Asia Magazine. Grand Tomorrow. With Mary Miles Minter as the star, supported by a really exception al cast, Realart will present a film version of "Sweet Lavender" by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero tomorrow at the Grand. IBeyond aH doubt the best work of the famous English writer, "Sweet Lavender" scored a greater financial success than any other play of its pe riod. It has played!n everv coun try in the civilized world and mill ions of dollars have been paid in at uie box offices by those drawn to the theatre because of the sweet and gentle humanity of this play. A really remarkable cast has been chosen to interpret the piece. Miss Minter plays lavender, Theodore Roberts, Phenyl; Harold Goodwin, Clem Hale, and Milton Sills, Hor ace Weatherburn. Other well-known piayers are Sylvia Ashton, J. M. Dumont, Starke . Patterson, Jane Keckley and Flora Hollister. Realart has spared no pains to make "Sweet Lavender" a worth while offering, WOMAN AVOIDS. AN OPEBATIOjl Hope Nearly Gone, but Lyttia E. Pinkham's Vegetablef Compound Saved Her ' Star, N. C "My monthly spells gave me so much trouble, sometimes tney would last two weeks. I was treated by two doc tors without relief and they both said I would nave to have an operation. I had mytroublefourvears ana was unnt to anything, and II'jP'C""'"! Ilk, "" ' j I U.-.v.A Jm. I )"do, haT. given up all hope .of ever getting any better. I read about your medicine in the 'Primitive BaDtist' Daner and decidedtn try it. I have used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Lydia E. Pinkham's Liver Pills for about seven months and now I am able to do my work. I shall never forget your medi cine and you may publish this if yea want to as it is true." Mrs. J. P. Hursey, Star, N. C. " Here is another woman who adds her j testimony to the many whose letters we have already published, proving that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Corn- Direct from "Polly- J pound.of ten restores health to suffering n. . . . . ' women even after thev hAve irnnp nn fr yanna" with Mary Pickford, Paul Powell was chosen to stage the piece. His nine years of experience have brought him to high places in the art of the cinema. Beulah Marie Dix, author of plays and novels by the score, wrote the scenario. The "Huns" In History Hnrtekln In his "Italy ind Her In- Millers" speaks (it the Huns, nrtnr to their Eiinii'i'iin invns'im llnl for nne !nmehal disputed sumo ,it informa tion, nil Is rturli eiiiH'ei'iiim: them Thai xiiiree is the hts'nn ( '1111111 If the Minis he the IIhhiimhi tvimse ravimes lie rererdeil In tlnii liisierv. then we tinve a inineie mint nt their ilnlnus Iir centuries l,efnre 'lie 1 'hrM lari era. women even after thev have srone so far that an operation is deemed advisable. Therefore it will surely pay any womln whe suffers from ailments peculiar o her sex to give this good old fashioned remedy a fair trial. 4 Early Da While iiiliaeee hnlil In Ktitrlnrifl r ota ceo. I i-'ettlng n forft niinelciiis niertlclnjl i.M.penies er ni-riiieil to It. and un til lialelfh hlpw smoke ostentatiously from his nriMtrils because he liked At 'he addicts of the tim.' usually pro fesssed to he s'noklng for the good & heir health By the year 1014 thV nutnhei of tnhaeinnlsls In and nhon'r London nn estimated nt 7.000. Just before that time begun the 'great id- dacco persecution " i MISS LOTTA JOHNSON, Special Factory Dem onstrator from the Postum factory, will be at our store all this week. THE FOLLOWING POSTUM PRODUCTS SERVED FREE : .Instant Postum Grapenut Salads Post Toasties A VALUABLE COOK BOOK IS GIVEN FREE-ASK FOR ONE. EVERYONE IS INVITED. Economy Grocery Co. TWO PHONES 35 and 36 PHONE US YOUR ORDERS WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR TELEPHONE Ceilings Made of Newspapers. The deiuund In Manchuria, China, for old newspapers is very great. These are used principally for the first luyer of paper on interior walls and ceillnci of houses. Chinese houses in in Manchuria InvnrtnMv Inelmle nn ietl. in's when completed, the ceilings he me installed by the tenants or own ers after the masons and carpenters have completed their nart of the con- ! tract. Tko ceilings are rnude of a fnliiiewiirk of millet stalks, which are, ; as a rule, first covered with old news- I papers and then with a layer of Chi S nese w hite paper. Partitions made In ' the same manner, ate also largely nsed in both shops and dwelling houses. Previous to the war old pa J pers from abroad sold at 4H cents : a pound, while the prevailing price for Chinese and Japanese paper Is j now cents a pound. We Sell New and Second Hand Furniture big If you need Furniture it will mean a saving to call and get our prices. WE SELL FURNITURE ax 1 at the lowest, rock bottom prices, and YOU will find after a comparison that our prices are the lowest. ; If you have Second-Hand Furniture for sale see us first for the highest prices. Gomes & Kellum NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE CORNER SEVENTH AND LEMON STREETS A Love Tip. A Glendale young man, whenever out of the city, Instead of writing to his best girl, sends her every few days a box of candy. She is delighted with his plan and boasts of it to her girl friends, who srrlghtway hint to their admirers to do the same. One of the admirers went to the first-named young man on his return from one of these trips and made complaint of this habit of his. "The other girls are expecting us fellows to do It, too," be said. "We can't see why you do It. It's expensive and " . "Yes," admitted the candy sender, "It Is. expensive, but It's mighty safe. Candy could never tell tales In a breach of promise suit." Los An geles Times. Dlsclpia of Sir Boyle. An Englishman has Informed the writer that Sir Edward Carson Is nota bly addicted to the Taurus Hiber nlcus. Quite a few little stories are told of Sir Edward's "bulls." On one occasion, for example, he referred to "the gentleman I see behind me;" but perhaps the best Carsonlan speci men Is found In his remark that Mr. Asqulth was like a dmnken man walk ing along a straight line the further tie went the sooner he fell. Boston Transcript. For Sale orgTrade Model H, International Truck, entirely rebuilt and guaranteed by us, 36x5 Pneumatic Tires on all wheels, express body, cab top, glass wind shield, at less than half price. The Riddle Boys, inc. 633 W. Forsyth Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA, j ; ; i !,' . 1 -7 1 1 r I." lis r Vs.