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Iisocthe Ns e Address Relatiye e a are to Canal CaDalBefIR CanalIrE
BefIR IrE CSRI as i Df Cerce CerceThe smMerce smMerceThe
The most representative meelin meelinof meeting meetingof
of the Chamber of Commerce of this thiscity thiscity
city was held la last t evening at the IheKeystone theKeystone
Keystone hotel where a delighlful delighlfulfupper felighlfulsupper
supper was servro the member mctnhereThe
The meelin meelinR was especially de desilm desilmed
ed to elect officer for the year but lIuttwo buttwo
two new members membersV V T Hilile and j jR tR
R H Joneswfre elected al also o the thefoUowin thefollowing
foUowin following officers officersPresidentA officersPresidentA
PresidentA S Allan AllanVlcePrelhlentJ AllanVicePreIi1entJ
VlcePrelhlentJ E Calkins CalkinsTreasurerEverett CalkinsTreasurerEverett
TreasurerEverett Mizell MizellBoard MizellBoard
Board or of OovernoreP Oovlrnnr P C Aiello AielloE tlIy tlIyE
E We Bailey E F Morse and H HH I IH
H Ground GroundA
A resolution waR adopted a asking askingCity kin kinCity
City Council to appropriate 2000 fir firpublicity forpublicity
publicity Jm1pose pufposesAttorney Jm1poseAtturney
Attorney F D lJl Upchurch > > church of this thiicity thiscity
city was Appointed 10 represent the theChamber theChamber
Chamber or UQllllnerce at the canal cannlnearing canalvhearing
nearing next lhurrtcJay Thurddag the 29th he heore belore
lore ore the Congressional Committee Itt IttWash atWashllhgton
Wash Washllhgton ton U C Cfoe CThe
foe prlneipall1dlre PrineiPal adareja of the even evening evenlog
log was chat uf C C Thomas ecrt mecretarymanager ecrttarymltnctger
tarymltnctger of the VtyerHi 0 0Cham Gi GiChamterof
Cham Chamterof ter uf COlllmerce and mernher mernherof
of the Stelrirg Committee of the dt dtMarysSt t tDianYs
MarysSt DianYs Stllarks lIark canal and also chair lIliirman chairman
man of the Finance Committee of till tillSteering tliSteering
Steering COlllmiUee COlllmiUeeHis
His address WitS in every way themost the themost
most instructive and able one ever cverdelivered everdelivered
delivered relating to t the canal show shuwlog showlog
log coocluively what wliatihe the canal will willmean willmean
mean to the United States eater Wuternchorage eaterAnchorage
Anchorage of Cumberland Sound Sounwatersf5ald SoundWaterssaid
watersf5ald the speak s eakr r equals equalsth qullit
t th lot r L Liverpool LolllloIIIIUd London and lId lIdbu Ilaw Ilawbn
bu mtHnetl and there i is not notlike notlike
like It nywhere else in the w wTbe wturd ° °
The maps lie showed pointed ouf1he ouf1heI out the thevast
I vast deposits de 1 1i its or coal irougrainnd1 iron graIt4tUd
i + t oil that will seek all outlet through tbr6uglthld throughthis
this port port when the canal I Iscom cmpl Lted LtedFive teJ teJFive
Five different Atlanticto Gull c cauala caualabad lIala lIalabad
bad been cted he said saidSt but k kSt
St Marys river routE lti J8Ihe the molt rtJWfpracticalaud moltpracticalaud
practicalaud most rea feasible ibte one of f he thenumber heDumber
Dumber DumberTh numberThe
Th The meeting last evening was the themoat themoat
moat enthu enthusiastic 11I8UC one e ever er held ill illthb o oth13
thb city and the eloquent address o oMr
Mr Thomas awakened ti kt ktener ktenerIntere3t elllr
Inter Intere3t t in the canal project Irf et fuel nil I in inspired i 1 1pirJd
pirJd the melllberd uf the Uhlmlllr Uhlmlllrwith r rwith
with the determination to further tit titproject thlproJtel
project to its fullest fulleitMr fullest1rrhotu
Mr 1rrhotu fhumti t i left this mllrnill fu fmJacksonville fuJlck
Jlck Jacksonville nville where he is to present presentthe lrl3cnltbe
the matier matter to the Chuuer uf COli COlimerce Cotnmerce
merce of that city The Ch Chtruht lll1hlr lll1hlrof r rof
of Titllahassee ltdlah 8e Panama Cit City Fla FlaV FlaWaycross
Waycross V ycrOltS Ga 0 lUll untl I it number numhcrdifferent nt ntdifferent
different cities alone aloo the prop teft teftroute pel pelroute
route have tlUloro endored d the prJ pry j jThe e eTbe
The matter fur It survey of tltt rotate ruatcwill rotatewill
will os pret presenteJ III 1 tt to C i t rti 1 lilt the29th lilt29th
29th ints and a powerful delegation delegationfront elell alillll alillllfrom
from States lJonlnill bordering the prtmputd prtmputdroute tl tllOule
route will IUlelUlliUtI attend and use their inllI inllIenet iullktence
enet iu this etf elfrrL elfrrLHINORED rt rtBINURED
Orphti D Bruce Chapter 0 Eo Eowas S Swas
was honored 011 I list st Friday ridlt ni night ht hy hya b ba
a vi visit il fruw nllu lire lr Alice 5chulz fulli fulliSarasota fuuiSarasota
Sarasota who is the Grant Matron or ortbe ofthe
the State of Florida FloridaThe IorilillThe
The Chapter room had been made madevery IIhtiCvery
very atltadhe with pttm vine viaepotte1 vinepottel
potte1 plants and cut 11 Ewers EwersIn w r rIn
In behalf uf the Chlllter Mr MrEdna MrsEdna
Edna Booth presented r sented Mr Schultz Schultzwllh Schultzwith
with an arm bouquet of pink cmm cmmUon earnntions
Uon tionsExemplification
ExelDpll Exemplification ation of all the work wurkwith workwith
with Initiation was crriCII out in It an anImpressive n nhDprc
hDprc Impressive ie mtlllter and the ulUetr ulUetrwere uliicerwere
were cOlllluellLi d fur their good fUlI WUI tivuik k kAn
An address 8 by the Grand Matron Matronwas 1atrllllwas
was enjoyed b by the melUblr and the Ihevi31ting thevisiting
visiting members present presentAfter presentAfter
After the meeting el closed ell delicious ddicioure deliciousrefreshments
re refreshments hwenB of chicken salad mllll sandwiches mllllwlehes
wlehes olives and cuff cuffee were served senellby servedby
by the committee in chnr charge chargeWhile e eWhile
While 111 the city Mrs Schultz Vas wasentertained Vasentertained
entertained at the K Keystone ystou lintel hotllTbe lintelThe
The officers for the
current year ear are areMrs areMrs
Mrs Ettelle Roger Worth Worthy Mat Matron lI1l lI1lroo
ron ronS
8 H wearIPKen Worth Worthy P Patron PatronMrs tron tronMn
Mn S M Black As Associate = ociat Ma lllt llltroo l lron
ron rooMm
Mm LouIs Goldstein Secretar SecretarH Secretary SecretaryH
H C K1ui Treasurer TreasurtrMn
Mn B C King Conductress ConductressMice
Mice Beullh ulab Beugnel Associate Assuciatehnductress I I
CondudreM CondudreML
L Build more b houses they theyare are needed
Soldiers Plumber r Oeiflg on Shell That ThatFailed ThatFailed
Failed to Expode Ho Had No NoMore NoMore
More Fear FearA
A lIIn itl one or the Infantry reg regIIIluh regl reglntcuts
IIIluh ill 0 IIs lund was taking takingIII
III lilli I 111111I In a shell bole as aslurJn aspn
pn kduriti lurJn a 1 hot fight with every eerythill everytho
thill illill overhead At last a Gertuau Ger GerIIIUII
IIIUII shell = hc lalleletl right In the hole holewith holewith
with hilll hut lid not explode As soon soonus
us he nunno1 from his fright and andcould
could thill tit u Igain he took a look at atthe atthe
the sht hI1 ll tad fllllncl It was n dud 8 8hlll ashell
hlll with dlr h factIVQ the fuse which does doesnut doesnot
nut explode Nest lxt he noticed the numlsr num numh
lsr h r n UJ k 1 hell awl something about aboutIt
It o = trnJ him as being peculiar It Itwa Itw
wa w t I 1 i1l i1lIII
III nadH11 III htside iclc hIs shirt and andPUIlI andPulle
PUIlI > 1 nut ut his identification disc Thenuntbt The ThelIulIIlwr
lIulIIlwr r wut hidl h stared him In the face faceWIS facewas
was JiittJ i7113 lie walked out of the theshdl thesit
sit shdl ll iJuh and lHl l hlel ek to his lines wIth wIththt withthe
the lnlltl is singimt o = illill nil about him but butWIS butwas
was Ml hit Ill reported to his com com11I1111 comnuIm
nuIm 11I1111 Ii II mClr with a salute and a asmile asonic
smile sonictptaht
ClI1ln he II sail ask me to do doml doauythiag
ml auythiag thillg II uon Thty nll had one with my mynumhcl myntunhcr
numhcl iii III it and it was n dud dudMADE dudMADE
French Exp Experts rts Peculiar Explanation ExplanationConcerning ExplanationConcerning
Concerning Caring Exploit of ofAm ofAmerican
American Am rican Aviators AviatorsAlllirl AviatorsAIb1
AIb1 Alllirl rt 11nlff IIlfi the fIIIIOUS French mu muskal musical
skal lmljlMPr t prcer WUII tti um fame In the field fieldof fieldof
of aial vhttinn inn Illirill during the tI world war He Hehac1 Hehail
hail 111 xplrillIcewllh sperience with American dash dasblHl dashnntl
nntl lHl rjarhslI that Is well told In Intlll inIha
tlll Nt 1 t Turk Timl8 liutcc1t
1t 1 ltltnt JlamlnlslIiI Inesnil says 11olff 01lT we wewere wewere
were ill elo dose a cllllllllUnication with the theAlllftlic1II theAmerittn
Alllftlic1II commllnller Ill send 24 24Allwr 24Auteriean
Allwr Auteriean m pilots over to get em I Iwc Iwent
wc went t tll m superior ofUcer It cant cnnthe cantbe
he done I sad These lh c planes are re alt nilSalnisnus altSallll
Sallll Salnisnus J new Hlchlne and quite quiteiITtnlI1 quitedifferent
different Thf They will wllntlI he smashed and andthe andthe
the JIIIII killed It was too late to tocnlt tocall
call a huH however The Americans AmericanscaJle AmericansGige
caJle explained I It as well a as I Fould Foulde ould oulddlffcrcnces
e dlffcrcnces between hctween1he the Salmsons Salmsonsdic Salmsonsand
and the planes t11e they were accustomed accustomedt
to t a i d away the they went A1 got away awayRltbout
Rltbout hout mJ8 misbep apand and I sold Tegood Tee good goodod
900 od Is with tl them em nut when4iwon1 when4iwon1telephol when4wordpas
pas telephol el back that they find an altlued
lued 81 ed wIthoutn without a crash or a single a aeIfIlt ac acdgent
eIfIlt to U themselpes cms y or 9r the planes plonest planeshe
t he I I saicl I Th They mtigt I b8j balye i th the d devil devild vU
d elra 5 al aIt1t t1titWJI t1iP t1iPrfU t 1 1ref
ref rfU mnt eera1 + ne e o oL oLgames p 11 11gnnl
gnnl games t
Slave Traffic Still Exists ExistsShWe ExistsSlave
Slave truffle along the Arab rab coast III 1sIllegal IIIIlIc1n1
Illegal under the terms ot ccrt certain ln con connlItilln conveutinns
nlItilln hut slavery InII nevertheless s Is Isaltl Issaid
said still tn exist tn a rather consider consideraltle considerable
able extent < A few years ago mem memtllr member
tllr of the Ameriean Arabian mission missionat
at Bahrein rescued a whole boatload boatloador
or 1I11C 1I11 buys s w wh hn had bl hen n smu smuggled smuggledup gled gledup
up from Africa for sale along the theOman theOratan
Oman coast In the interior Inh llor towns tovnsslaves townss1ne
slaves are used mostly as personal personalsern personalservnnts
sern servnnts ts bodyguards bodn uards and bo hostlers t1er By Byan Byan
an old law In Arabia n slave I is freed freednftcr freedafter
after seven years US tlf service provided proldedhe
he has lmhlH embraced tel the llnslem osltm religion rtlIglonlIIel
lIIel it i is sail ti1 that most of the slaves slavestlo
tlo so llllrl is no l1rejudice n against againstmarriage alnst alnstIImrriae
marriage with blacks in Arabia espe especiall especiilly
ciilly ciall ufh they lre u e freed This intermarriage In IntlrllU1rrla
tlrllU1rrla has scattered a black pop popn
111111011 all mll Arabia In ports like likelu likeMuskat
Muskat lu k1t IUlll Aden nmlattoes and mixed mixedhn mixedhrevds
hn hrevds > tlls are so common that the pure pureArub pureArab
Arab strain Is almost 11 rarity rarityDegrees rarityDegrees
Degrees in Commerce CommerceCommercial CommerceCotnutercktl
Commercial education is to receive receivenew receivenew
new impetus nt the Unhr University lty or Lon Loudon London
don whlll degrees t rccs in Olllluercc are to tohe tobe
he inaugnrdtrl innu urnh d III the near future futureThere futurewhere
There Ire tu he two degrees dl > rees First Firstthut Firstthat
that or ofbacmelor hachelur uf commerce which whichwould Svhicbwould
would correspond to the same degree degresIn
In the other faculties and secondly secondlytlw
thc th degree II IIf master of COllllnerce The ThfsuIient Thesalient
suIient salient Idea Is that a modern 1811 language languageis ruagf ruagfIs
Is to be tl1uht not as an academic acaclemlchut
hut ns a practical subject says the theUnited theUnited
United States bureau of education educationAllluJI educationAmuaug
AllluJI the IlI1gU1rIS which are to be betuu betaught
Irlctktl rather tint aca academlc acadentic
tuu taught ht as
demlc 5uhjects would he Polish Czech Czech1u1l1unlall Czech1umtaniau
1u1l1unlall modem tt Greek and thf thfgreat thfgreat
Imuuges 1IIm1ustant 1IIm1ustantChhle5c illndustanChinese
great eastern
Chhle5c nllll others othersBOYs othersBoys
Exploit R Remarkable RemarkableA
battle wit witIltuth
A tW twtutYfu nt four ur urdeath
death ended nt Sail Francisco wits witsme wit witthe
or the little schooner S JS JSCnst NC
last the C me nrrhlll > b n tl tlhelot thlrteCIIyeartlld mlrteeu ycar oW oWlast boy nt hel helhelm
helm bringing to safety his father th thcnptuln the theca1Main
cnptuln hi his sid mother and an u crew crewof cre creof
of three men mCI1The menThe
schooner schoonerwa
The Cnstll a threemasted
from rom Apia with Uh a am amof cargof
wa was Three thl days s from the Sa Samoan Samoan
of colrn col trtt
the Castle started leathli Ieaklnlets leathlinnel
moan n seas s sfeet at the rate of twel twelfeet twelve twelvetmnd
nnel shipt sI1IpLn
The donkey engine wat watturtlt1 wnurtetil
feet 8 tl day
run the pumps and th tharJo thest
turtlt1 urtetil to
fuelof fuel fuelHurl
fed as
of col coprt imr
Anderan nel on 13 manned the thefhlp
Hurl B
ship shipmen Bwhwhile while his father worked with th thweD theship
weD at the pUUlpS pUUlpSHow pampsHow
How Rats R ts Cause Fires Firesnat Firesera
fond of eating the Inlului InluluiIn
nat Ulaterl i1 of electric wires and ore oren areonslhle
In for tunny 1m or the tires as asr asre
r re opo opoII onslhle n Itlll defecttve Iert the Insulation They Theycr Theycrtbd
crtbd II lee leealso e I to
cr holes In tend water 1tlr 11pea 11peaTblnk p ml mlThink pea
also htlll a
Think befor beforayuu UU ID sneeze z
Dele Delegates < < ates fioll om SOl oa erl States t ti titea At AttendIlcb
tendIlcb tea rc Iiterest Takel TakelA aea aeaA
A hearing before the Congressional Congressienalcommittee Congressionalcommittee
committee on Canals and R RaIlroada RaIlroadato UroluJ UroluJto
to which the bill lot the survey oCthp oCthpproposed of the theproposed
proposed St llarysSt Marks I rks Canalhas Canal Canalhas
has been referred wm be held Ja Janu January u utuy
tuy 29th The Hon Frank Clark Chukwho Clarkwho
who introduced the bill has arrangtd arrangtdfor
for the hearing i is urging that all in intert interested
tert terested Itd parties be present and participate parti particlpate
clpate In the bring Governor S SJ SJ
J Cats has i sutd a proclamation pmchunationcalling proclamationcalling
calling ou all 11 Chambers or Commerce Cfmurcrceto
to send representatives from their theirrbodies theirbodies
bodies ad will go hhu himself elf to head beadthe
the delegation He has also cllled cllledupon calledupon
upon all the dovernort uf the South Southern outhern
ern States to also attend and head heuddelfgations headdelegations
delegations from their respective respeetivtSt8t respectiveStates
St8t States S Fernandina one uf the mural I11StinterEsted muralinterested
interEsted points along the proposed proposedcanal proposedcanal
canal being iug the Atlantic 8eapoart 8eapoarttlhould seapuarlshould
should have a representative at Uli thibearing Ulihearing
hearing Should this canal be built builtFernandina builtFernandina
Fernandina will be the city that will willreceive willreceive I I
receive the greatest amount benefit ofhenlfitdnd of benefitand
and it Is freely predicted that the thegrowth thegrowth
growth IUl and iwporhrct of this city tiS tiSa asa
a re result mlt will be wonderful To o gel gelbehind getbehind
behind this movement with a will witJand willand
and determinatIOn ought to b be the thtchi thechief
chi chief C aim im of every ever progressive citizen citizenIHE citizenTHE
The writ writer r spent a few minutes in inthe Inthe
the public library the other day and amiIInd andand
and while present there noticed sever several
al str strangers ngerl come iu fur book On Oniuquiry Oainquiry
inquiry he learned that a number of oflourists oftourists
tourists in the city were liberal liberalpatronizers liberalpatronizer9
patronizers of the library and that itwas it itWliS
was for forthew them td least the one priuci priucipal principal
pal attraction of the city At a recent recentme recentmeeting
me meeting ting of the library association II IIW8S ilwas
was r resolved olved that the library should shouldoccupy shouldoccupy
occupy a more prominent place In theminds the theminds
minds of our people and steps were weretaken weretaken
taken to put il before the people in a aWay away
Way 10 locaueethew ftUtte them to 0 realize its un unporlan tanportanee
porlan N New w i Wli16I Ifl k Wfdbft Wfdbftg9nJeretan t + vi beg hjrta hjrtabeCq9rlerect
g9nJeretan and contractn contractndecorbtion conttft 1 1decorution
decorution of the ceiling lnd nd walland wall waUand
and the varnishing of the wood work
A membership drive will be put on onas onas
as soon as the room I is fini finished hecJ and It ItIs itis
Is hoped that all of our progressive progresslvtcitizens progressivecitizens
citizens wilt becoma members New Newbooki Newbooks
books willlJe will be ordered and the shelves shelvesreplenished helveireplenished
replenished with the very latest and audlJest andbest
best publicatims It i is proposed to tomake tomake
make the library what it ought to be beanal beand
anal is entitled 10 be in a wide awake aWttkecity awakecity
Your attention is called to sect section ion
500 of the war revenue act of 1918 1918hich 1918Which
Which hich imposes a tax of 3 per cent on onthe onthe
the amount charged fur the tran tranmpurtation tranportat
portat purtation ull of freight by water when whensuch whensuch
such charge is in excess of 16 cent centand centsand
and 8 per cent ou the amount charged chtrgedfor
for the transportation of persons personseHher personseither
either per person or per charter by bywaler bywater
water when Much charge is in excess excessof excedof
of 42 cents centslhlr centsTherefore
Therefore lhlr fflre under the provisions of ofthe ofthe
the above sEction you are required tn tncollect tocollect
collect this tax from the persons en enjoying enjoying
joying he transportation and report reportthe reportthe
the amounts collected 011 Form 727 727and 727and
and make your remittance payable to toJames toJames
James 11 Ctlthcllrt Collector during duringthe
the month following the lrausaction trAuS trAuSaction
action actionNEKlect actionNeglect
Neglect or r refusal > fu RI to collect the theabove theabove
above tax from the person or person personenjoing personsenjoying
enjoying such transportation or ornpglecl orneglect
neglect or refusal to pity much tax taxsuhjecl taxsubjects
subjects each or such persons to 110UO 110UOfine 10110fine
fine under section 1308 lit the war warItvenue warrevenue
revenue act of 1918 1918A
A supply cf forms 727 which are areu areused
used u ed In re repotting Olting this lax to the col collector collector
lector will be furnished you ou by mak making maklag
lag applictttion t to the collector of internal in internal
ternal revenue at Jacksonville Flori Florida Florida
Chief Fi Field ld Officer OftlcerDICE OfficerNOTICE
The Teachers Examination for th thCount the theCounty
Count County of Na Nassau au will be held at the theCourt theCourt
Court House a at Fernandina Jt Fa ia be begl beginning
ginning gl nlng on February 3rd 1920 1920L
Co Supt Public In Instruction InstructionDaily truction tructionDally
Dally Tho Thought ThoughtThe ht htThe
The wisest saying of anwas that th thonl1 the theonly
only true wisdom lay In dot thinkIng thinkIngthat
that one knew what ODe did not knoweIcero know knowCIcero
FLIRIDIS LEST INN 11I1JtCkiOuVill INNJacksouville
JtCkiOuVill loridJ January January18t1t
lulL IteiaalAL four ocluek this tbisaaheruuou thisatterttuuu
aaheruuou the AUliutie National Nationtittiuks NationalBanks
Banks tiuks new banking room way form Cortnally formally
ally Optn opt ued to the puolic ant and Wisln Wislni was In Inspected
i spected ct lI by lhu thuusaudsofyistturo IiUIhI of YlslturJ fne Tneold fnellld
llld banking roou1 J iias lices licesU a remodeled remodeleddud
dud au exteuttuu xteu u cuu cultlructed trueted which whichwakes Wllicl1Ulltk
Ulltk wakes toe IJli bautiug kiug room extend extendthrough esteudthrough
through the entire block from ForcJyth ForcJythto
to Atlallh treets tr ls 1 wo hund hundred oo iud andten iudum
um leel iu depth with IiU entrance on onbulh onboth
both ItH tieets tieetsSeveral tt tte
Several e rai nd additional itioo111 vaunts have b been beenconstructed u ucuustrUClllI
cuustrUClllI and all the interior work workof workof
of the h old hJ banning room hlll been re rebt rebt
bt uil to harmonize with that 111 Ib Ibu the thenew
u new w UU buitdiug l iug The cag cages are of hair Iltil1ao hairau
ao Hretcl1 Otl Otl M Mube trbe with ti top 01 01orntimelilid ofurnaweutai
orntimelilid cast bronze and Ila IlaAU gtaAll >
AU the wood work 11 01 Jau Jaigo 1Q4 1Q4hugall luahuganl
hugall till cabinet built tiUJ andtiaud andtiaudduished uei ueilluiJhed
lluiJhed in lh the mo most l tlub substantial ltiulial Plan plaunero Planner
nero The veal p ptdte8liud latesaud counter toPs tupare toPsare
are of block Ultrran glass IItSJ which whitbwake whichwakes
wake the UlOltllauilliry topknwn tOp knJ n tomodern to towotl
wotl modern ru tlualdtct The tirelliu urdtr urdtrof orj r rof
of uci1ittcur has b been u carried ou outin
in every dcttulliua detail auu the eUl entire re esr effect L is isoue
oue of lightU liglttuess and cia eheerfuluesmm etrfulu such suchas
11 as it seldom obtained ill a work of oflui oftut
lui character auld or ofsuch uch magnitude waguitutAeIII
III celebration of tbid event iu the Ihthlttory thehistory
history of the bank tile otllciait dt dtrectu l llectOI
rectu lectOI s aul and em ernptoYeea loy were hosts til Ii IiurmoSl afurmal
urmoSl rec reeeptiun pllUu today Crow four 10 10tell totea
tell p m Berrys errYd weal kuowu baud bliudruruitbtd baudfuruistied
ruruitbtd music throughout th the after afterueou ufterunou
unou and evening and many Lhoul LhoullintJtI thousuutls
lintJtI of visitors were zt served rved with wilbclgltrd withcigars
cigars anti candy c4ndylh candyThe
The lh bank hi the largest in the State StateoC
oC Florida having deposits of over overtwenty overtwenty
twenty mhlio wimlions of dollars and was Wi13organized wasorganized
organized iu 1903 by b Ed Edward ward W WLane Wr WLane
r <
Lane Thos 1h P Jenhllm F W Hoyt HoytlAud Hoytand
lAud a associates iat 11 had accounts from frompractically frompractically
practically ev every ry banK in the State as aswellll aswell
wellll well as twenty tbOU thousand IiOlI individual ludivldulilaud
and eorpon corpollitiou etiuu IIccaunlt IIccaunltfbe accouftyThe
The growth of the Atlantic Nall Natlon Natlonat n nal
at al diouive of the steady p progress progresswr rtdi rtdii
wr wrml
ml i Allover oer the State of Florid e ifl ifltweatyiYeu inand
tweatyiYeu tw tyryearea and is tbs e etin baud bliudif
if wtlll elUlllC lB that tbthe thathe
he u rtffiswUtIrJ erswltl in tltnrtlmt tltnrtlmttake dturtrmrttake
take the lie place lu the worM of cow cuturnerce cowmerce
merce to which her m many ny nl1t natLrul 1t1 advantaged ad advtintagezs
vtintagezs entitle her
Cravat Really Croat CroatCravat CroatCravat
Cravat Is another word for one we weare weare
are hearing often these da days s Cravat Craatmeans Cravatmeans
means JugoSlav Jugo Slav It Is R corruption of ofthe ofthe
the word Croat During the reign of ofLouis ofLoutsXIV
Louis LoutsXIV XIV the French copied from fromtlu fromthe
the Croatian soldierS of the royal royalCrontlnn royalCroatian
Croatian regiment a scarf which they theywore theywore
wore around their necks It was wassomething wassomething
something new to the French and andthlY andthey
they took to It readily with the re result revsuit
suit that cravats became quite popu popular popular
lar At first they were made of mus musIIn muslln
IIn and linen and had broad edges or orlace oflace
lace but they too have changed and andpreentlay andpresentday
preentlay batwings and fourln fourlnhnnds fourinhands
hands are developments whIch werent werentthought werentthought
thought of In those days daysMagnesium daysMagnesium
Magnesium and Aluminum AluminumMagnesium AluminumMagnesium
Magnesium and aluminum are aremuch aremuch
much alike In many respects and andquite andquite
quite different In others Magnesium MagnesiumIs
Is s OIIethlrd lighter than aluminum aluminuma011
and at the same time denser harder harderunci harderand
and tougher Atmospheric influence InftuenceIs
Is about the same on magnesium n and andaluminum andaluminum
aluminum but while alkanes such M Mammonia atammonia
ammonia or soda attac atta4 aluminum aluminumconsiderably aluminumconsiderably
considerably magnesium Is not affect affected
ed as much Magnesium Is worked workedIntI workedInto
Into objects havIng sharp edges edgesscrews edgesscrews
screws etc more readily and with withbetter withbetter
better results It takes a high polish polisht
t Is readily hammered and rolled and andcan
can 11 he swaged or pressed like tin Into Intcany Intoany
any shape shapeAncient shapeAncient
Ancient Greek Writing WritingMhenaeus WritingAthenaeus
Mhenaeus says that when the an ancI andent
cI dent nt Gauls worshiped they turned tc tcth tcthe
th the right Imlta Imitating nl Ole apparent 010 010tlun mothin
thin of the heavens This Is confirm confirmed
ed by Pliny and Instructions to that thlefTect thatefTect
efTect have been found In the classl classlcal classical
cal works of Plautus and Homer HomerWhen HomerWhen
When the Greeks first learned the thfart theart
art of writing they adopted the al alternate alternate
ternate system In imitation of the thfox theox
ox plowing a field though the prac practlce practice
tlce may have had Its o origin n In thE thEdances thedances
dances of the priests of Apollo who whodance whodanced
dance before the altars altarsHuge altarsHuge
Huge Hem HemIassle HerneMassive
Massive horns 46 Inches lon long ID anf
15 Inches around the base and In the thfshape theshape
shape of a lyre are the peculiar pas pastie8SloDS posde8siona
tie8SloDS ot the gala ox or 8UDga sun 01 01East OfFast
East Africa and Absslnla Absslnlai AbsslnlaRemark AbyssintaRemarkable
Remark Remarkable ble Watson WatsonSpeaking 1 1Speaking
Speaking of bulls Conan Doyle Doylewrote Doylewrote
wrote recommending a certain die diet dietiosary
t tlo tiosary ary I once amused myself t11 t11Ing try
Ing to find words which were ere not In It
I but I dldnt succeedBoston ucceed ton Tran TranI
I serf acriPl pt
Genlileit U lid State te Altl il ies eS to toAid o oAid
Aid il tH Work WlrkJarksonville WorkJacksonville
Jacksonville January 20th 20thWithin 201bWithin
Within the next few weeks the Stat StateBoard e eBoard
Board of Health will Inaugurate a aprogram aprogram
program of the two varieties of mos mosquitoes mosquitoes
quitoes that carr carry malaria and yel yellow el ellow
low fever Infectious InfectiousDr
Dr H I Carter assistant assi tant surgeon surgeonenerlll surgeongeneral
general enerlll or the United Slates Public PublicHeall PublicHealth
Health h Service atOll one of the best bestinown bestCflown
inown Cflown malaria t and yellow fever ex expErts experts
pErts in the country Is now in Jacl JacIsonville I IBOnville
BOnville mapping out the itinerary itinerarfor itineraryfor
for hi his in inspection pecUoD trIp Dr Ralph N NGre NGreen
Gre Green n State Health Officer will 11 11compdny ac acCompany
Company him and the two will ic icstilute iretitute
stilute extermination mta8uies measures at all allpoints allpoints
points of tI the State tnte Whff lUoquitet lUoquitetare trto quites quitesare
are found prevalent to an any ex extent extentThe lent
The measures will tie cmnpilnionro cmnpilnionroby
by all e educational ClllUp li tigq r tti tl enlist enlistthe nli t tthe
the active cooptrtitiuu uf the citizen citizenship r rship
ship of each commuulty commuultyIR
Deputy Collector of Internal Reve Revenue Revenue
nue Dunn income tax division depu deputy
ty lor this di district trlct will be in Fer Fernandina Fernandina
nandina until Monday afternoon afternooDconducting afternoonconducting
conducting hill 1918 delinq1eney delinq1eneydri
dri drive driveThe vet vetThe
The number of returns sent in by byNadsau byNassau
Nassau county was quite satisfactory salisftictorybut
but the deputy feels that there are arequite arequite
quite a number of good citizens who whothrough whothrough
through ignorance of or failure to tounder tounderstand
under understand tand the Income tax law and andregulatiol1e andregulations
regulations failed to wake au income iucomeI
I tax return for 1918 1918AU 1918All
AU single men this includes men mennot mennot
not living witn their wives Even Eventbough eventhough
though married hAving an income
1000 must wake Ii return returuj arulltU arulltUmarried and all allmarried
married men living with their wives wivesregludlet5 wivesregardless
regardless oC the numb r of depend dependeOlt
cuts having an Income of 12000 12000UlUit 2 U0U U0UwU3t
UlUit make a return returnMr returnMr
Mr DunD Is BeDding out quit a anUU1btN anutuberufetiuus
nutuberufetiuus nUU1btN 8 to 0 persons whose whoseD whosenwue
nwue D CM 1 h ti be2n uru uruiehetfi lb btn bY byrine bYu
ine inequeute f
u 1 nli nliqu
qu queute utll tout but tlAll lallgret < llreceivea V a zsui yuti yutimoos
moos does not excuseaoyone excuse anyone liable liablefor liablebor I
for a return for failure to call anti tile
same daWelnu sameIne
lnu Commissioner of Internalltev Internallteveuue
euue bas granted Mr lr Dunn the theright theright
right to accept tin offer or compro comprowlJe Cuuipruwise
wise of 600 IQ Ii lieu u of Ue penalty 01
1000 paovileu by lIe statute JOt tutlatlure JOttlUlure
tlUlure to tile the return and lit 1 1expecting b bexpectiug
expecting a large uUlllb r of t perduus perduusliable rtlJus rtlJuslitiOle
liable for 1918 retuut to call uU how 111mtiucJ howand I I
and submit a statement of th their ir iu iucome income
come and h he will pr prepare pare the return remmlhe returnThe
The 500 utter o r of cuwprumL cuwpruUl e its isaccepted itsIicCt
IicCt accepted tetl only for Jalure to wane re returuj return
turuj turn fditure to ulplY iuJurmlttiuu iuJurmlttiuuCor
fur return cannot be c wprombcd eemprwn6edaudthe wprombcdamYthe
amYthe luruiihiut uf fake ur Irdulu IrduluI lrauduleut
I leut ut information ou i is luuilhalJle oy at atwltximum awaxiwuw
wltximum penalty ul lUUUU and vue vueyelif uueyear
year In prison priztouNITlCE prisonNOTICE
On Decewber ccewbtr the a11t HHU al alpelduual Ii
pelduual 1 Utt1ILIIJl lishliceues leU5ei expire lil which whichUW whichowe
UW you WIll pl pieae i1Ie Ituew your lmceu lmceues Hc u uwhich
es which will ruu tail V Deceuiber t elUlJer 31s H
1 1920 20 The Jol1owing rate apply to toalt J Jatll
alt uourenideut our it1 nL ur almem I1h u thutrmc thutrmcWho tiueruteWho
Who expect to lisu u iu crgid IblalUK IblalUKw tlhmugwaters I
w waters watersBoat u rl rlultt
Boat ultt licenses ruu uuc year dr from fcoUldllte fromdate
date of mouth iu which taken aUlll aUlllCOcfL anticost
cost 2000 fur till boats under 6 tuu tungnu tuuItUU
gnu 2 UU fur cacti 11t1t1iUullltl Lola touover Lolaover
over 5 > tOIlS thusPersonal tOIlSPtr
Ptr Personal ollal Jicen licenses fur each 1i illrer illrerwan her herwau
wan cost 1000 fur II uOIIrt uuu reidcut lt1cut u ualien um umalien
alien alienI
I have been r luctt1nt about pro prosecutiODs prosecutions
secutiODs up to the pr prcent t1I1 because of oftbe ofthe
the fact that lbi law was VII passed in inAug InAugust
Aug August t and that per oIlItJ Hccu licenses KO KOouL goout
out on the 31st of this u month onlh and lindtoo andtoo
too because e 1 wanted the tbhermelJ tbhermelJto
to become thoroughly lunililir with withtbe withhthe
the law 80 that thto they might comply complywith lOmplywith
with same It i is not IU wP desire to toenter toenter
enter prorecul prosecutions UI1i against lJtliu t any oue ouebut uuebut
but earnestly desire that you romply romplywith coutplywith
with the II Jaw w and I frtllhl1L feel that you IU ha have havehad ve vehad
had time to fltwiharize yuurselve yuurselvewith YULlr lve lvewith
with the II law lawYou W WYou
You can obtain Jicen licenses et at my real resideoee realdeuce
deuce io St lttrys I will ill al alaocuwe alaocuweto ocJlU ocJlUto
filCh Saturday In InJanuary InJanuary
to Femlndinti on
ltespt yourzt yourztEo ours oursr
Eo J JIVILL1A1b8 JIVILL1A1b8Fwh WILUA 18 18Ilb
Fwh Ilb und laws jW IOipector
Attendants of Welsh School an and CII CIIleges Cellees
lees Will Embark en an In Interestlnl interesting
terestlnl Experiment ExperimentVales ExperimentWales
Vales through her schools t Is about aboutto
to launch nn experiment Schools and andcolleges andcolleges
colleges have been invited to make a acollecth acollecthr
collecth of all the Welsh field place placeand placeand
and road names Including those oflanes of oflanes
lanes hills woods mounds and dykes dykesand dykesand
and to mark on the sixInch ordnance ordnancemap
map the spots to which the names are areattached areattached
attached attachedA
A fund has been placed at the dis disposal disposal
posal of the Welsh department to toprovide toprovide
provide the materials for the recordswhich records recordswhich
which will be collated by the board boardof
of Celtic studIes In connection with withthe withthe
the university of Wales and deposited depositedIn
In the Welsh library libraryEach libraryEach
Each school Is s recommended to re retatn retain
tatn a duplicate of the record which whichcan
can be added to front time to time timeSpace timeSpace
Space Is provided for supplemental supplementalinformation supplementalInformation
information on such matters 09 the theexistence theexistence
existence of rural Industries i thesurvival the thesurlyal
survival of old or curious customs or orcrafts orcrafts
crafts peculiar words or pronuncia pronunciatlons
tlons local proverbs or quaint say sayIngs sayings
Ings the use of old agricultural Im Implements implements
plements particulars of Intere interesting interestinglocal Unl Unllocal
local characters who may have havebeen havebeen
been distinguished bf b their oddities oddltle9their odditiestheir
their benefactions or their serviceduring services servicesduring
during the war warThough warThough
Though It Is Intended for Wales Walesthere Walesthere
there Is no reason why a similar slmUarschlme similarscheme
scheme should not be put Intoforce IntoforceIn
In the other parts ot the United King Kingdom Kingdom
dom The framers of the scheme have bavehit havelilt
hit upon ft method of making the theteaching theteaching
teaching of history and geography ieogrnphyTery a avery
very living thing of great educational educationaland
and national valueLondoa Man ManCREDIT MallCREDIT
Devon People Believe Sight ef Spanish SpanishFlag anllb
Flag on British Ship Angered AnllreAdmiral AngeredAdmiral
Admiral Drake DrakeAn DrakeAnyone
An Anyone one who knows the villages of oftile ofthe
tile west of England will be aware awaretllat awarethat
that they are a fertile soil for all man manner manner
ner of superstitious beliefs And the theproces theprocess
process of creating new legends has hasevidently hasevidently
evidently not yet come to an end If Ifwe Itwe
we may accept statement a made at a arecent arecent
recent wom womens ns Institute meeting at atFxeter atExeter
Exeter at which various speakers re recounted recounted
counted thetmdltioDs the traditions of their resp respect respective < > et etIe i
Ie localities to A Afe few yeam ap the thebattle
w wbattle
battle ship Montague lon alU was reeked on onLandy onLundy s
Lundy Island as she wa was eatednl tile tileBrtstot r rBristol
Bristol channel In a fog The people peofIethe 1 1oitlieqShborLgptrg
oitlieqShborLgptrg the ez 1111 r lJ1 = lreJ are told I hll hlldoubt hate r rdoubt
doubt tTiiit she w was rned IIfIIIfO to her herdoom biPldoom
doom by the he spirit ot Sir rran rranDrake Franela FranelaI5rake
Drake She happened to be flying the theSpnnlsh theSpanish
Spanish flag In honor of the marrla marrlaof marriage marriageof
of King Iphonso and Princes En EnThis Ens EnsThis
This the proud ghost of Devons great lIeatseaman greatseaman
seaman could not brook and he made mneher madeher
her pay the penalty hy runnln running her herupon herupon
upon the rocksManchester Guardian GuarellanEn GuardianEasy
En EnNow Easy EasyNow
Now children the teacher laid laidsuppose saidsuppose
suppose we wl wished hetl to go to Calcutta CalcuttaI
how would we proceed You tell as asTommie 8
Tommle TommieId
Id get on the train and go to New NewYork
York Tommie responded promptly promptlythen
then paused pausedYe pausedTest
Test Ye l the teacher encouraged encouraltedThen encouragedThen
Then Id get a steamship Tommie Tommieanswered Tommieanswered
answered and sat down downBut downBut
But you havent told us the route routeyou routeyou
you would follow teacher protested protestedAgain protestedAgain
Again Tommie rose rostOh roseOh
Oh I would not butt In on that thathe thathe
he declared Id leave that to the ship flhlpcaptain shipcaptain
captain cause hed likely hue be been beenthere n nthere
there before and besides I believe In Inleaving inleaving
leaving all technical matters te R Rperts experts
Cat Rules Rul the Rost RostGold t tGold
Gold Hill Ore has a cat that h hthe has hasthe
the distinction oC ruling the roost rooetSev roostSeveral
Sev Several ral months ago a halftarved halftarvedand
and wild kitten made Its appearance appearanceIn
In a pen of chickens at a home In the thesuburbs thesuburbs
suburbs and fed with Inmates of the theenclosure theenclosure
enclosure It has b becose quite docile docilesince docilesince
since but never com comes within reach re8fbof
of a person still feeds with the clals clalsenf chiekens
enf which hoe a fond attachment for torIt
It sleeps In the nests at night and andduring andduring
during the daytime occupies the nest Destwhile nestwhile
while the hens are IIlylnl IIlylnlItecently l tylugRecently
Recently the cat repelled a skunk skunkthat skunkthat
that attempted to Invade tile heDnerY heDnerYBnd henneryand
and caused It to be treed by the houses housesdog hon hondOK
dog which held It at bay till mornln mornlnben morning morningwhen
when ben It was kllles The fur netted the theboy theboy
boy of the th family 5 5Labor 5Labor
Labor Shortage Hit Geld llliaiq llliaiqTwentyfive YiakgTwentyfive
Twentyfive gold lode mines wen wenoperated i ioperated
operated In Alaska In 1918 accordlnl accordlnlto
to the United States geological sur survey ur urey
vey ey department of the Interior InteriorThere
There was also a production of sever
prospectsabandoned mines or ama smatmines amamln 1 1prospectsabandoned
41 41tlon
mln mines that were not Iregular ope operas operastion
tlon The value Ine of the cold lode out output output
put decreased from S458t4M In 1911 1911to
to 3473317 In 1918 owlo owing partly It Ittbe tothe
the disaster at the Tread11 mine Is IsApril ieApril
April 1917 and partly to curtan eurtallisen enl enlot 4 4pf
ot operations especially In the theJuneau tII tIIJuneau
Juneau dIstrict districte becaUie of ahortal ahortalof
of laborSeattle labor Seattle IGlltlDtellllSeft IGlltlDtellllSeftFlttl1 Poet latelllgeacerFitting
Fitting Decee DeceeDo DeceralJsDo
Do the London firemen ever er Jet die dieOn1er IkeOrder
Order of the Garterr GarterrOf Garter GarterOf
Of course not Tuts r resetved f froyalty fen fenroyalty
royalty royaltyWen royaltyWell
Wen they the ought to Area Areatblpbl t is isknlgkts
blpbl t We htmer r

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