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Continued from Sixth Pago PagoPeople PagePcoldc PagoPeople
People in the North who WlOmay may have haveBeen haveaeen haveseen
Been that Pcnsacola had weather in the thefirst tllOfirst thef
f first week of December that reached one onedegree onedegree
degree below freezing point will per per ¬
haps conclude that such a condition pre prevails prevalls prewails ¬
wails all anoVgrtllc over over the Statejwhich State Yhich of course courseis couraoIs
is not true A difference dUT rcnceof of from 10 to t
20 degrees prevails prevai18between lrn between veen the northern northernborder northernborder northernborder
border of Florida and andwbere where its sandy sandysouthern sandysouthern sandysouthern
southern line is i8swept swept by the waters df dfthe ofthe f ftho
the Gulf When one is shivering Slliv rJng in inJacksonville inJackBonvUle inJacksonville
Jacksonville others are sweltering in inKey inKoy inKey
Key West and in the lower counties countiesWriters count countiesWriters oB oBVriters
Writers on Florida climate get their tb irim irimpre8Blonsfrom im impressions Impreasions
pressions pre8Blonsfrom from the environments that thatsurround thatsurround
surround 8 r ound them these tho so being bein local vary varywith varywith varywith
with the latitude of location Roses Rosesbloom RoscsblQom Rosesbloom
bloom and berries ripen in one section sectionwhile
while whiloin in another a thin coating of ice icerobs ioorobs icerobs
robs vegetation of its beauty and useful usefulness usofulnos usefulfloss ¬
Three crops a year off threequarters threequartersof three quartors quartorsof
of an acre of Polk County land is the thestory tIlestory thestory
story told by W R Rr Griffin GriffinofPebble of Pebble to tothe tothe tothe
the editor of the Bartow CourierIn CourierInformant CourierInformant In Infornant ¬
formant Turnips TUlnlpssel1ing Turnip s selling for 125 126then 125thenpotntoes 125then
then thenpotntoes potatoes 100 j then sugar cane canestajks canostlksand canestalks
stalks stlksand and seed sood135 135 to which is to be beadddd bea boa
adddd a ddd 200 gallons of delicious syrup syrupvalued syrupv syrupvalued
valued v lued at least 50 cents per gallon or
100 making a sum total of 400 But Butit Butit
it will bo hard to make the Northern or orWestern orWestern orWestern
Western farmer believe that Florida sand sandis
is good for anything Yet it is on onrec onrecold roes record roesord ¬
ord that one acre along al ngtho the Georgia bor borer bord horstier ¬
d tier er r > line has produced 738 gallons of ofsyrup ofsyrup f fsyrup
syrup thus showing that Mr Griffin Grifflnmight Griffinmight Grimmmight
might have done very much better than thanho thanhe thanhe
he did < Heres opportunity for lots lotsof lotsof lotsof
of new settlers to Blaze s eze and succeed in
As alfalfa is now being l advocated by bymany IIYninnyinterestc1 bymany
many ninnyinterestc1 interestedin in Florida agriculture agriculturetho
tho conductor eon 1lcior of this department has inpreparation in inpreparation inproJ
preparation proJ > ratIon a brief but comprehensive comprehensivearticle
article on ontho the subject for early publication publica publication pub1icntIon ¬
tion in THE SUN SUNThe SUNrhe SUNThe
The CourierInformant Courfer Informant of Bartow de declares desGlares Ieoln1el ¬
Glares as the result of personal test by bytho bytho bythe
tho editor that the syrup made from fromJapanese fromfululmRo fromJapanese
Japanese cano is il of the finest quality qualityand
and am superior to that made from the com common earnmon contman ¬
mon varieties of cano now planted in inFlorida inloridn inFlorida
Florida At tho same time having havingtasted havingtaste havingtasted
tasted a sample bottle of syrup made madefrom mndefrom madehorn
from tile Simpson or white variety varietylie variety
lie declares no syrup made elsewhere in inthe 111tl1 inthe
the tl1 country can beat it Ho thus safely
balances himself IlhU clf on the tetering plank plankof plankofcourteBY
of courtesy to subscribers who contrib contributed contribute eontrihuted ¬
uted ute to his taste for saccharine stuff and andsits andsits andsits
sits ready to have some more from fromothers fromothers fromothers
others that would be equally as sweet sweetEXPERIMENTING swootEXPHRIMENTING sweetEXPERIMENTING
Says nn enthusiastic exchange exchangeThink exell exchangeThink ngc ngcThink
Think of orange gardens around the thehomo tilehome thehome
home in Norfolk Richmond Lynchburg LynohburgLexington LynchburgLexington LynchburgLexington
Lexington Louisville Cairo and per perhaps perhaps perlaps ¬
haps in Cincinnati St Louis Jefferson JeffersonCity JeffersonO JofTorsonCity
City O ty and Kansas City Just so why whynot whynot whynot
not add Chicago Boston Minneapolis Minneapolisand
and Portland while one is about it 1 A Ahardy Ahardy Ahardy
hardy orange And botanists in the De Department Department Department ¬
partment of Agriculture hope to bring bringinto bringmto bringinto
into being an orange tree that will be beas beRS beas
as the n apple nple tree an orange that will willnot willnot willnot
not perish perish 1 in the chill of Northern win winter winter wingter ¬
ter All this by crossing the Florida Floridaorange Floridnornnge Floridaorange
orange on what the writer calls the thesturdy tIlesturdy thesturdy
sturdy Japanese species towit to wit Citrus CitrusTrifoliata CitrusTrifolinta CitrusTrifoliata
Trifoliata May ay wo we nil live long enough enoughto
to see this triumph over overnlturc nature and its itslaws itslaws I Ilaws
laws of climate Tho good traits traitstile traitsthebitter the thebitter I
bitter and the sweet awcotarc are to bo com cotnblued combined combined ¬
bined And pray what good traits has hastho Jlasthe hasthe
the Trifoliata save as a stock on which whichto
to bud the tbekldglove kidglove kid glovo family of oranges orangesIn
In experimental work many curious curiousresults curiousresult8 curiousresults
results are produced that are interest interesting interesting interesting ¬
ing to specialists but of little value to totho totbe tothe
the general public For instance one oneenthusiastic oneenthusiastic
enthusiastic horticultural horticul tura specialist specialistcrosses
crosses the blackberry bIRckber on the raspberry raspberryand
and thus mixes the breed but im1m im improves imploves ¬
proves 1m oves upon neither And we note in inthe inU1e Inthe
the new catalogues now being scattered scatteredabroad scattetdabroad scatteredabroad
abroad by seedsmen and nurserymenthat nurserymen
that a strawberryraspberry strawberry raspberry is being beingintroduced beingintroduced beingintroduced
introduced A strawberry with ith a rasp raspberry raspberry raspberry ¬
berry flavor Think of it ye who hold holdand holdami holdand
and justly that no finer fruit than the thestrawberry thostrawberry thestrawberry
strawberry was is or will be given us by bynature bynature bynature
nature Other instances might be cited citedr
but ttl1cre there ia i8J10 no nc need d to multiply themThero them themThere themrhere
There are areraci racial l differences in fruits as aswell aswell aswell
well as in mankind mankindnOG mankindl mankindh11toG
Florida with i its numberless swamps swampsbayheads swampsbaylleads swampsbayheads
bayheads and aJJdbnyo1s bayous ought to be a good goodplace goodplace goodplace
place for the Ulofrog frog farmer faimernow now that the thegrownup thegrownup thegrownupp
grownup pollywog ponywogofTQrs offers part of its itsanatomy itsanatomy itsanatomy
anatomy as asn a delicious d morsel to toth tothepicure theepicure the theepicure
epicure Up in Pennsylvania the State StateBoard StnteBoard StateBoard
Board of Agriculture takes tnke8sucb such an in interest intereat intereQt ¬
terest in the matter that its Fish Com Cotnmissioner Commissioner Commislli ¬
missioner mislli ner has been experimenting and a acrop 0crop acrop
crop of 3obooofrogs 300000 frogs have been raised raisedand rlisednnd raisedand
and sent out to applicants At two twopoints twopoints twopoints
points in tho State the frog hatcheries hatcherieswere
were failures in one an epidemic broke brokeout brokeout brokeout
out in the other snakes got away a vay with witha
a hundred thousand of the pollywogs pollywogaSo
So all is not gold that glitters even in infrog infro infrog
frog fro farming farmingThe
The raising of frogs says a Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia dispatch is easier than the raising raisingof rnisingpfpoultry
of pfpoultry poultry A frog a 1 week old planted plantednow
now will be fit for the table in a year yearand yournnd yearand
and in two twyeat8 y yeais ars will be a monster monsterbut monsterbut monsterbut
but not quite a Behemoth in size we wefancy wefancy wefancy
fancy Tljd greenheads are the favor favorite fuyorita favorito ¬
ito variety and it is possible to grow growtwo growhvomilliQrt growtwo
two hvomilliQrt million to tho acre acreIt acreIt
It was a Frenchman we believe who whofirst whofirst whofirst
first discovered r the economic value of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hind legs of this croaking denison denisonof
of swamps and low lands but now in inNew inNew inNew
New York rk Boston Chicago and other otherlarge otherhuge otherlarge
large cities the chefs of clubs and mil millipnaircs milJi mfllipnaires
Ji lipnaircs naires and hightoned restaurants restaurantscount restaurantscount restaurantscount
count on them as S indispensable indispensableAnd
And what quantities could bo raised raisedin mlsedinFlorhln
in inFlorhln Florida adding another to its list of ofhome ofhome ofhome
home industries
Helpful HintsCoiitinued Hints
Continued Co tinuc from Sixth Page PageAt PageAt
At Green Cove Springs tho home of ofFloridas ofFloridas ofFloridas
Floridas village improvement associations asso aSROciatitms assoeiatihns ¬
ciations the t 10 members of the association associationrecently associationrecently associationrecently
recently gave their Christmas reception receptionMrs
Mrs E 0 Ir G Munsell the president presidentgavo I Igave
gave a few words of welcome following followingwhich fol1owingwhich followingwhich
which a nahort short but very interesting pro prosgram program program ¬
gram was rendered fJhc J ho occasion will willhe willho willbe
he made an annual event inasmuch as asGreen RSGroen asGreen
Green Cove Springs again enjoys a re renewal ronewal renewel ¬
newal of life ife and activity after a season seasonof sonsonof seasonof
of almost Rip Van Winkleian sleep sleepTho slcepThe sleepThe
The VI V r I A of Green Cove survived surviveddisintegration surivedlisintcgraiion surviveddisintegration
disintegration and stands today todnyaB as of ofold ofoM ofold
old as aforce at force for the accomplishment accomplishmentof
of great good At the recent Christmas Christmasreception Christmnsreception1Mrs Christmasreception
reception reception1Mrs Mrs Holt said saidMrs saidMrs saidMrs
Mrs President Ladies J ndiel of tho V I IA IA iAr
A and Friends Frlemlsfhis This is the first real realChristmas rl realChristmas llI llIChrlstmnB
Christmas the V I A has enjoyed enjo ed for formany formany formany
many years and I take this opportunity opportunityin
in the name of the club of making it afitting a afitting afitting
fitting occasion of tribute to our beloved belovedpresident belovedpresident belovedpresident
president who has with untiring energyand energy energyand energyami
and devotion guided our working band handalways bandalwnys bandalways
always for its best good and for tho ever everadvancement everadvnncement everadvancement
advancement of our town and its peo people people peoPies ¬
ple PiesSo So o with our appreciation of her hergreat IlCrgreat hergreat
great worth and with our united love I Ipresent Ipresent Ipresent
present this token with tho wish for her herof 11erof herof
of every good gift that God and Christ Christmas Christmas Christmas ¬
mas can bestow bestowSo
So heros to our loyal president presidentThree preshlenthree presidentThree
Three cheers for her always With a aloving nloving aloving
loving hand she will guide gU l1e our band bandthis bundthis bandthis
this working V I Ir A AMrs AMrs AMrs
Mrs Munsell responded very feelingly feelinglywith
with words of deep appreciation and andafter nnlafter andafter
after Christmas refreshments refr + tshments and a amerry amerry amerry
merry chat the company dispersed all allpleased nl11leascd allleased
pleased leased with their Christmas celebra celebration cclebmtion celebration ¬
tion tionWhy Why not let mo hear from all the im improvement imlJfoVoment improvontent ¬
provement societies throughout the theState theState theState
State 1 Thus can we get in touch with witheach withcach witheach
each other oth through tho columns of THE THESUN THESUN THESUN
SUN where there th ro is a niche and wel welcome welcomo welcome ¬
come corner for tho V I As AsDid AsPh AsDid
Did you ou ever think of it how your yoursurroundings yoursurroundings our oursurroundings
surroundings affect you youOf your yourOf T TOf
Of course you know how it works on onyour onOUf onyour
your OUf mentality but did you ever think thinkabout thinkabout thinkabout
about its effects on your good looks and andbeauty andbeauty andbeauty
I have Uvo been thinking somewhat along alongthis alongthis alongthis
this line but it never came to me so for forscibly forcibly forcibly ¬
cibly as this week when I read of Mrs MrsJeanettd MfSJeanette MrsJeanette
Jeanette Pomeroy of London JA > ndon whose whosemission wllOsemission whosemission
mission on earth is to make women womenfairer womenfairer
fairer fairerDo fairerDo
Do not think that I am advertising a
beauty doctor a masseur or r der dermatologist dermatoJogist dermatologist ¬
matologist Mrs Pomeroy will cometo come cometo C 1l1 1l1to
to this country soon and will not n t only onlygive onJygivoo onlygive
give givoo a series of lectures but ut will also alsogive nl alsogive o orive
give rive practical demonstrations of her herviews heriewB liarviews
views and systems and nn all free of ofcharge ofcharge ofcharge
charge She feels she is engaged in do doing doing doing ¬
ing good work and being a woman of ofmore ofmore ofmore
more than ample means she intends to totell totell totell
tell us some things for out own goodwitiiont good goodvithout gOOtvith01
vithout t the tinklo of the dollar coin to tohe tohe tohe
he heard heardBy heardBy heardBy
By the conviction that certain laws lawsand Inwsnud lawsand
and rules affected the appearance np earonce of her herown berowu herown
own sex she began to give thesubject thesubjectintense tile subject subjectiutonsc subjectintense
intense deep lee and thorough study studyCharles studyCharles studyCharles
Charles Hemstrett an author who re recently recently recently ¬
cently went to Europe in the Uleinterest interest of oftho ofthe ofthe
the American Institute of Social SocialSciel1co SocialSciel1cosays Science Sciencesays Sciencesays
says of Mrs Pomeroys visit visitMrs visitMrs visitMrs
Mrs Pomeroy is really coming to toAmerica toAmerica toAmerica
America to do a a great and good work workshe workshe workshe
she is going to spend a vast sum of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money and in return she will not re receive rQceive receive ¬
ceive a single cent It is a philanthropy philanthropypure
pure and simple Mrs Pomeroy has a astandard astandlllli astandard
standard of measurement which approx approximates approximntes approximates ¬
imates the beautiful She has given giventwenty givcntwenty giventwenty
twenty years of her life to the study studyof
of the question and she has shown that thatsho thatshe thatshe
she is able to raise the standards of ofbeauty ofb ofbeauty
beauty b nuty in her own sex by the methods methodsthat metholstl1nt methodsthat
that she employs employsTo
To speak generally her theory is isthat IStlmt isthat
that the things that affect the senses sensesreact sensesreact sensesreact
react on the features and the bodies of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those affected Thus people p ople who live in inunsightly inunsightly inunsightly
unsightly surroundings where every everysense overysense everysense
sense is assailed by unpleasant things thingsbecome thillHRhecome thingsbecome
become unsightly themselves Constantliving Constant Constantliving Constnntliving
living where bad odors exist gradually graduallycauses grnduallJnuses
causes < even a beautiful nose to become becomeugly becomougly becomeugly
ugly Poor and badlycooked hndl cookld food foodmakes foodmnkes foodmakes
makes the mouth ugly glaring a1 ng colors colorsugly colorsugly colorsugly
ugly pictures and I1ndcrudo crude sights disfigure disfigurethe
the eyes eyes discordant music raucus rattoussounds raucussounds 1IlUCl1fsounds
sounds and am offenses to the sense of hear hearing hearing hearing ¬
ing cause the ears to become badly badlyshaped bndlyshnped badlyshaped
shaped And all of these affect tile thobody tilehody thebody
body as well as the special features featuresTho featuresrho
The complexion tho color of the hair hairand hairand hairand
and eyes everything in fact that goes goosto goesto goesto
to make up personal personal er801ml appearance is gov governed governed ¬
erned by the way the senses are affected affectedIf
If the sensations are ugly then physical physicalugliness physiIugliness physicalugliness
ugliness will result if sensations are arebeautiful arebeautiful arebeautiful
beautiful then beauty will follow in innatural innntural innatural
natural sequence This in brief is Mrs 1f rs
Pomeroys theory theOl theOlHut
But she is not merely coming to
America to preach this gospel She is iscoming iscoming iscoiling
coming to make a 1 scientific fie study of
American women womenRUSSIAS womenUUSSIAS womenRUSSIAS
61 A special from Tslmnpon says Ra R A
Manchurian merchant about to return
to his home after the war with his fam family fameily ¬
ily consisting of seventeen persons was wasset wnsset wasset
set upon by h a hand of Jap marauders marauderswho nmra1Uclswho
who would not recognize reco nlzo their t11 ir Russian Russianpasses RusRillpn8scs Russianpasses
passes The Japs looted the caravan caravanstripped cnravanstrippct earavanstripped
stripped the Manchurians men womoami women womenand womenand
and children and buried them alive
No confirmation of the above has been kenreceived beenreceived beenreceived
received and it is more than probable
that the crime was committed by Chi Chinese Chinese Chinose ¬
nese robbers
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