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1 . . - - . 'i " - . . ... ' ' PALATKA DAILY NFWR Morning, September 18, 1921 INDUCTS OF LITERATURE .....i. African Trip. Cop- lr!M ikinn Nothino I"1' - . u. Useful. gsn 0 ,e by-products U the most. fpiiture 01 mount nj hat ROMANCE OF RIVER LIGHTS Flashlight Messaae. Fly Between Gobt on the Hudson and Girl Ashore In New York. terlstlc Industry. How thoroughly Sitting In their apartment windows on wnrm summer unts tryiii" to get cool, many uirls ,ii,.,, i, iclple has been applied to lit-, drive amuse themselves by "blinking" ps out In an Interview with messages by flnshliL-ht m .1,.. .... ,,illsWJ able Chicago novelist ! on the nnvy craft anchored in the Hiking her nve-u-u.u b- ( "uu, me new lork Sun states. Africa gorilla nuuuu nu vii, i wish 1 hd something to ifley's party. 1 wish I had something to read," ntiior la quesu.i w .....Ki- wnicn sm marter- oullect loral coior, u.e uuii.- ...i.xiei- was uiiiiKiiig away aimlessly In the Helton industry. The .the other night when: Kind will he a novel, wnn a "i.nt do you likt ruiiuiict Ve 1 fallow. Hut not nil the local , mystery, sen adventure or dt....tivo hlrh an African trip is bound to 1 stories?" came the barely discernible ;m be used In a novel, u uie iwiiikh nom me eleventh floor win-1 uow 01 n nig aparimeut house in Hie aos. i "Komance," Hashed "Usui stuff." plans t" ''"' k over the waste in 11,1,1k, which will find u ready Hint small luit choice public ;,s wearied of Action. The third special product will oe tne REVIVAL OF CLASSIC GREEK Western Newspaper Welcomes Pos. sibillty of Its Becoming, In Time, a World Language. Were one to Judge from the fuss made ft.,,,,, t. , ,,, (m(, woul(J suppose there was real need of an In ternational language. In the golden age of the Kngllsh language the great Jiueen addressed the ambassador at her court In Latin, and all diplomatic conversation and correspondence of Kurope was In Latin,. Krasmus, the great scholar and writer, who visited the court of Kllzaboth's father, Henry VIII, wrote Latin works that pro duced hj, effect comparable to that produced ,y tl. writings of Voltaire two centuries later. Much pains have been expended In -miiig umiiciui language, such hack the gob. .is esperanto, to serve as the medium i of communication. Rut such construe- I flout! 1. ...... 1 . . I And tliii the tlrst chanter r i .. Z . ' . ' J" 1,n,clICB1 ""- I " , ,, Mrtim derfnl ,,, 1.1,.., .... ... ..... . , ' ."' .". Lum" "wer s "ell as if tier sun "- - 1 - "oiiiM-i. on lino ine ' ifrual Innmi uliwiliire. nicn is exi.ecu'u to 1 or, .,., .mipur was nelng enjoyed i wnen rue mist and fog descended on! me nver. This Builder Has Bug He Must Do It All Without Help (By Associated Press. ) New York, Sept. 16 Although en tering his 72nd year with enough money to retire and take up golf, Frank D. Johnson of Brooklyn con tinues to erect houses all by himself and sell them. For the last 60 years he has work ed 10 to 12 hours a day at, this pur suit and now is putting up a one-man house on Gravesend avenue. No hands but his own have touched the structure since he started it. Last July while he was workini? on the house, it was struck by light mng. Digging himselft out 01 ihe debris, Johnson rubbed some arnfca onto his bruises and was back on the job the next day. Born in Boston of Revolutionary War stock, Johnson expects to live to 100. He has all but two of his original teeth and scarcely a hair has fallen from his head. "I could have knocked off and ta ken it easy, but if I had done so I would now be reposing in some graveyard," was the way Johnson put it. Besides being a stonemason, brick layer, carpenter, plasterer, plumber, tinsmith, painter, naner hanirer. de corator, glazier, electrician, wood carver and cabinet maker, Johnson studied all the ins and outs of laws governing real estate, so as to save all title searching and allied feed. Socialists "Will Attack School Law New York, Sept. 16 The law passed by the last legislature re quiring private schools to be licens ed by the State Board of Regents will be tested by the Rand School of Social Science, which came into the public eye when it was attacked du ring the trial of the five ousted So cialist Assemblymen at Albany two years ago. The school announces it will open here on Sept. 26 without obtaining a license. Algernon Lee, educational direct or of the school and formerly a mem ber of the New York board of alder men, said he was ready to be a mar tyr, if necessary. The maximumj penalty of 60 days in jail may be im-i posed under the law, which was fos-j tered by Senator Clayton R. Lusk,l who has beeri active in investigating Morris Hillquit, once a Socialist! candidate for mayor of New York,'; who was counsel tor the ousted As-i semblymen, will be Lee's counsel in.1 case he is arrested. Hillquit announ ced he would attack the law as un-j constitutional. Limited number of Pupils desired fort Lessons in Piano MARY IiEALL STALLINGS North Fourth Street ' like Inotlier interesting book. nf tlie three hooks Is a sep- irailnrt nf the basic local color ; ill satisfy it certain special , reach n public of Its own. "Sorry, but eiin'f read anv longer tonight," blinked the goh, who al ready bad met ilie young woman of the fiction readers, tne nrm- '" ''r romance, wtik-ti Is taking velers and the students of the ml. tills author pretty well ilie hunk-haying classes. Con- little daughter will prnn- ,,ct when she sights her first jthe "cliiM reactions" book may ailed "utilizing the squenl." j "'mn.ni : L'o News. ' I a seri.sis turn lou wait anil see," predicts one I young lady who is Intercepting messages each night. "Those uaw are endearing and. oh, well, what irlrJ u-oiililn't ....!.... I . " V"""" " rn I I" oacneii. we may yet have the speech of I'ericles, the written language of I'lalo. employed in social intercourse one tile igcs age whether dead l.iitm or living like Kngllsh. There is a language, however, which Is gradually becoming again a living one, and which as a world lan guage would be Ideal. The Creek uni versities and (ireek men of culture, including Vcnizelos himself, are en gaged in an at tempt to restore classi cal purity and perfection to modern jircek. It is said that the endeavor is by no means vain, and that gradu ally the ancient . model Is lielnir an. i RIGHT TIME TO FISH : ny Friends Have Furnished Just the Particular Dope, bnd the Rest Is Easy. tlie accurate doie now on 1 to go lisliing at the lakes," uin who expects to take a soon. l to a man last week and f I wished to do any good, to 'i midnight to six in the He used frogs and spatted anil euught lots of bass and tills at -that time. Besides I hit thru. I Kl to a man Monday and he just when to catch them. I rom It i 111 that the time to fish Iveeu sundown and 12 mid lie caught lots of bass and and crapples at that time. II to another man and he .told Rest time to fish wag from jtil about 10 o'clock, and from intll dark. wai another selgubor of lire me good advice. He after dark, but sayi h Id as; attention to the heat he always caught a many N middle f the da; as be In the mornWg or In the lie evening. t m, I know just when to iti ts Young Author. iliHUBtus Scribble wearily tie envelope that brought back sftwentleth Journey his "Ode flit Caterpillar." propped upon the floor this p the regretful editor: fl-Borrow half a dollar's fi stamps, . I-Don't begin to write till foil must. Such an attack Is fy dlzjiness, Ustlessness and She back. f-Thea write down lust rtls to relieve your pent-up r Erase every second word. I Carefully erase all the re-! nnls. I f-Sell the stanins." Pitts- EASY WAY -TO GET MONEY Indianapolis Youngster Preferred Good j Time at Lawn Fete to Pos- j session of Two Teeth. j This young man of eight year has j been suffering the loss of Ids first I teeth, and his mother lias had him in ' the dentist chair several limes. As ; the teeth show an Inclination to part ! company will, the boy, the dentist's j bill is running up. Until last week i ine lioy positively ivniseil to permit his mother to pull his teeth. Slie told him finally that he could pull them and she would give him 50 cents for each one. He thought it over and de cided to pull two loose ones himself. It was easy and he got .$1. A lawn fete was to he given in the eighborhood the other night, and 'he boy wished to go. The day befoie the affair was scheduled he brought fo.ir teeth' to his mother and demanded $2. His mother was shocked, examined I he teeth and found they w ere sound 11 nil would have lasted a long time. The youngster said he needed the money, as he expected to attend the lawn fete. He got It. Indianapolis Aews. ami commercial transactions, ) con- tracts, in courts of law, in bouses of j assembly. Minneapolis Journal. Mud Pie Census. Doctor Kussell, who tells us that In a spoonful of good arable land there ure more living organisms than there are people It, the United Kingdom, has probably not wasted his time making an accurate count, but there is no doubt he Is well within the mark, observes the London Chronicle. A French bacteriologist recently caught bis little son playing with a mud pie, and. borrowing a small por tion of the mixture, carefully analyzed it in his laboratory. He found It teeming with microbes, but only took a census of the harmful varieties. He found when he had finished his labor that the little bit of the "pie" he dealt with contained the following germs: Diphtheria. 1.800,000; measles, IM.'iO.OOO; smallpox, 1100,000: lockjaw. tf.OOO.OOO; dysentery, IMKi.oOO; pneu monia, 00,1,000; tuberculosis. tao.lKKl. And the total of nearly 11 million was only a percentage of the organisms in tlie delicacy. sappearing Eagle. s have made war to such ''V tlllell Hi,. ii,,,l,,l 1. 1,.. 1 ;ui cngietimt few speci ' species are left In tlie If lieu one of these birds does V the first imiHilxi. nf il w.v who sees It U ... nhimi t 'he uagle is u lioimless ill to nobody. Now and i'lftllicud eagle flies over the 1'ital and a few are to be f'Sion of Washington, but Ifcunie rare. Last sorlmr f liaialM.iiie member of tlie ,'s'sliot unit biiiu.i 1.. T'ring .Vahso ero..L- H..... below Washington anil I"' junction of tl...i ..-.,..1, f'tuiiiae river. ! Vacuum Plays Havoc With Boiler. ! The usually imperceptible force of I atmospheric pressure often reveals it j se'i" liv some unexpected and peculiar 1 tricks. One of the latest of its pranks v.iis to crumple the shell of a heavy steel boiler in use near Okmulgee, j (i;in. The steam within the boiler , bud been allowed to cool, and in oool j In;: condensed. All of the boiler (it - ! tings were so tight that no air could get into the boiler to take the phut of the steam, which was now very much reduced in volume, and 1 vacuum was thus created in the shell The result was that the pressure of the outside air .rushed the boiler shell. Popular .Mechanics Magazine. ALWAYS A WELCOME VISITOR Occasionally Late, but Once Every Month She Was at the Door to Receive Him. Mie waited patiently for his arrival, feeling U.nt lie wouldn't disappoint her. Sometimes lie was a little early sometimes 11 Mule late, but eventu ally he would come, bringing with him something dear to her heart. t 'nee every month for four years he I had been a welcome visitor. How ! well she knew his voice his smile his cheery whistle ! At tidies when he passed the house without as much as a glance, she uih iierstood and made no. effort to at tract his attention. If he appeared distant now and then, she did not grieve, knowing the day would come a week, two weeks perhaps when he would walk fearlessly up the walk with a smile and a cheery word of greeting. After today she would never look for him again. At least his appearance would never again caoso the delight ful little heart throbs that were now agitating her. At last she saw him. Her arms were outstretched to receive the last War Risk Bureau allotment check, which the postman handed to her with a smile. The Leatherneck. Obesity Undesirable. Are you fat? Be on your guard if you are. Doctor Joslln of Boston has gathered striking statistics that show no undeniable association of obesity and diabetes, the condition In which sugar, the most common of food fuels, Is not properly metabolized or stored in the body. There are In this country alone more than half u million dia betics. "The penalty of taking too much alcohol Is well known, and a drunkard is looked upon with pity or contempt." says Doctor Joslln. "Hare ly, persons who become fat deserve pity, because of a real tendency to put on weight despite moderate eating, but most of them should be placed in some what the same category as the alco holic. In !l! cases out of 1,000 be ing fat implies too much food or too little exercise, or both combined." Science Service. Y Housing. Problem lrn of many Sv-rlmm from j south America, the pres x French irmi f J'flicers. R.,r,m,. i " e' " luuiiuce TrS, tllllrltlo j - .0 ullu rt.mgt'ea fr eausH ,. j j j - a., u,..rrceuenieu fr's-e In Beirut which Is r"lous Problem. The local attempted to control a decree, hut h. 1 fiues. f" hotels deserving of meu '"mmrxin.. 1- ... . I. The ...... fiOOU. t,s nn ... i.i-viu.ia nu rc( Reports. 'xrsl to It. v... . I'ty paid by the, Canadi.n 1, ""W'd war veterans "rr,i man. Vrltli three j, ' a minimum of man UM o hii. .h. "wieouaiiu.in-.j 'WUI ti tMr Auto Matches Jewels. l-'or the benefit of your wife, you might tell her that, if she wants It, inanv of the automobile manufactur ers will have her HK-'l cur match her ieweK This Is a fad ill many sec tions of the East, where amethyst, tmniei. topaz, sapphire and other coli r- are used in the upholstery. t,P" and the body made to correspond. In .nis ..ny your wife will know that her Jewels harmonize with the car. Of course. If she hasn't the jewels, she can order the car as she wants It, and then buy the Jewels to match. Chi cago Tribune. Playing Safe. The firm of Hansen & Krnnsen wa Marted In war-time and did very well for n couple of yeurs. But last year things were on the downward grade, mil the other day. when tlie two part ners had finished making up their none too good record for the year. Hansen said. "This would make any one thoughtful. Xow that the good times are over, how nlniut a little honest business V "No, thanks." said Kransen. "I never Indulge In experiments." Houston Post. Stone Mountain. Stone iiiouiilain. on whose granite w ;i 1 1 is to be sculptured a memorial to the Confederacy, is 10 miles from At- lanla. tin. Il will be the largest nionii incut in the world. The space eov orcd will be about eight hundred feet high and fifteen hundred feet wide The project first attracted attention in 1P1.1, when .Mrs. C. Helen Plane then eighty-eight years of age, a lead er of Southern women, sent for (luti'.on Borgliim. the sculptor, to come 1 Ceorgia. to consider the feasibility of a gnSit sculptural mouunieiit to tin I'oiifeileracv 011 the wall of the moun tain. Mr. .Horglum made a careful study of several plans. The plan adopted represents an army marching into battle. It will comprise portraits of all the Confederate leaders. Bulgarians Reduce Alphabet. Simplification of the Bulgarian or thography by eliminating three letters of the alphabet, recently ordered by the cabinet council, has Just been put into effect. The censorship, still exist ing here, will enforce the new spelling In all publications. These three letters are remuaiits l the old Slav tongue. They do not ex ist In the Serbian language and they recently were odered stricken from the Russian alphabet by the soviet ministry of public Instruction. Thef principal spelling Is taken in smi.t quarters to be an effort toward closei relations with the Serbs. Killed Two Birds. Mrs. Goes 1 ld yon find Mrs. Sw.l ley In when you called? Mrs. Slpp Yes. i:nexictell That l how I fottnil her out. Ai. iwers. I 1 ' ,wm, n. JS-JI Enjoy the Advantages of 3 Ranges in 1 A triumph of 75 years' stove-making experience. 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