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Saturday Sept 28 1901 1901OHE 1901t 1901sirab1e 1901ONE
ONE IN FLORIDA BETTER BETTERWhile
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While a home in Oklahoma is more de detirabte defrabe
tirabte than no home at a aB a1I it itEtraDethatthc seem seemstrange ms msstrange
EtraDethatthc strange that those seeking them tbe = shook shookgo ahouJdgohen Ehouldgo
go gohen when they can get what they want in itFlorida inFIo inFlorida
Florida for so o reasonable a price and on orneh onneb onztxh
neb easy terms Excellent homes catbe can canbe canbe
be bad ia all 0 parts of Florida at a very verymoderate Terymoderal ery eryv3odeTate
moderate e cost and the ad adnm adantag vantages of e eFlorida a aF10rida aflorida
Florida borne over o r one ot in Oklahoma are anTerj aremany arevery
very many Her dangers from long longdrouths longdnnrths longdivuths
drouths ench as Oklahoma and othti othtiparts o othrof r rpara
parts of the t West frequently experience experkrnoTB
are TB not DO known The climate is i the finesi finesiof ftnetAl L Lof
Al of any section in the country not run running runnimg runsing ¬
sing to either extreme lnIlJe By proper cull coltiTBtkmtbe cultiTatSon cullmtiontbelandin
TBtkmtbe TatSon mtiontbelandin 1be lands in Florida loridacan can b be relied reliednpon reliedupon reliedupon
upon to yield Wd abundant harvest Fk FJor FJorIda Florsd > r rIda
Ida sd needs a class of citizenship that mil wffljoin miljoin willjjinanbonetdYorttobnd
join jjinanbonetdYorttobnd in an honest effort to build lip p tbiicommanity tbii t iT iTcommm
commanity comui tr = ity and the State St8 Coa Come oe e to toFlorida toFlorida toS
0 S Florida and get your home oo eC1dpl hoxeCbip4eBanner Cbipfcy CbipfcyBanner y yBanDer
Banner BannerAa
Aa A an external externa1liDiment liniment of most mostderfnl won UOHderfal wonderful
derfnl penetrative e and curative e power powerBaHardB ptwlrBaIIards powerBaflard
BaHardB Snow Liniment is i not equaJW equaJWby
by any other m in the world Priee23an Priee23anSOete Free 25 and and5Octe
SOete 50 ct DrJiL Dr J i Jonea JoneaSUCCESSION jo jojt onee oneeSUCESS1ONPROY1DED
jt jtSUCCESSION
SUCCESSION SUCESS1ONPROY1DED PROVIDED FOR FORThe FORThe I IThe
The idea some people entertain in rv rvgard tvgard r rgard
gard to the succession to the position po itiora of ofPresident ofPresident ofPxeident
President is i a very erroneous one oneeditor On Oneditor ODeditor
editor states that in case ca of the death of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Roosevelt Roose elt there would be no noone DODe m mone
one to immediately i = diatey succeed him This Thisuntrue ThistII1tn1e Tbiiiiitzne
untrue as provision was made for each eachemergency bUClemergency 1JeLEmejgencr
emergency soon after the death of oft Vice VicePresident VicePdent
President t Hendricke on January 16 1
1886 1886If
If the present President Eoo Rooevet Rooevetshould velt veltshould It Itahou1d
should die resign or become incapaci incapacitated incapacitated incapacitated ¬
tated the line of succession would wouldL be 1PL
1 L Secretary of ofState State 2 Secretary of the theTreasury t tlreasm theTreasury
Treasury 3 Secretary of War ar 4 Attor Attornej Attorney ttor ttorDe
nej General 5 Postmaster PotrnasterGetwral General Ge rI f fSecretary rSecretary eSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Xa 7 Secretary Secretarythe II IIthe o othe
the Interior The laws law intention i not notto noto n0to
to provide a succession oo o tb t VicePresi VicePresidency VkeIreidency InH InHdencr ¬
dency but to insure a succession to the thePresidency t thePresidency E EPresidency
Presidency PresidencyIt
It is true that there is i now no noPresident Vice VicePreside ift iftPresideJlt
Preside Win P Frye of Maine faineresident re renalns reF
F thalnspresident nalns president resident pro tern of the Senate SenateHistory Senatethat nate nateHistory
History tells us that John Adam wa wasthe wathe wathe
the first VicePresident President and succeeded succeededGen s ucdedGen ed edGen
Gen Washington as President TbomaJefferson Tboma Tbomwjefferson ThornaiJefferson >
Jefferson was wasYicePreidentduring VicePresident ice dentduring during Pnrri Pnrrident PnoidentAdam Pri4dent
dent dentAdam Adams term and was elected e M a ahis w whis ap ahis >
his snccessor su stiu sor r Xo other VkePrvsident VkePrvsidentwas
t p was elected President until Martin Van VanBurenwas VanBnrenwascbosenattheelectiOfl 3n 3nBuren
< Burenwas Buren BnrenwascbosenattheelectiOfl BnrenwascbosenattheelectiOflBewas W8S chosen at the election in63G in63GHe in 183G 183GHe
He Bewas was elected VicePresident in 1832 1832with 1532f
f f with Gen Gm JaclcBonwho JacDon Who was then elected electedPresident eJtctedPresident electedPresident
President for the second time Sine Sinethat SinCftht
4 that time no VicePresident has been beenelected kenelected beenI
I L elected President although five fi e have havebeen ba babeen havebeen >
tffl been called to Presidential cares and re responsibilities reBPonSibilitiee reon3Thilitles ¬
sponsibilities on3Thilitles by death of the Presidents PresidentstwOjHarrrison PresiOOnO PresidentstwoEarrrison
O twOjHarrrison on and Taylor Taylorfrom from natural naturalcauses natumlcatl8eS naturalcauses
causes and three Lincoln Garfield an anHeEmley anKeXinky anMcKinley <
McKinley by the hands of assassins i iMr Jf JfYr it
t Mr Boosevelt Boo elt should be elected Iresi Iresident Preidentin > i ident
dent dentin in 1904 be will be the first Vice ViceiPresident Vice4president icE icEPresident
President elected to that office in ovei oveiaerenty O ovezseventy > J JBeTenty
seventy years yearsThe yerThe yearsThe
The machinery of this government go ernment wfj wfjbe wf wfbe
be operated just the same as if Piesidenx Piesidenxhad Pn iden idenYeKin1ey
1 2 YeKin1ey had not died There Tht > re ia no nodanger nodanger nodanger
danger of lapsing into a state of chats chatsfor cha 8 8for Sfor
for the want of a ruler The American Americanpeople Americanpeop1e Americanpeople
people are too intelligent not to progress progresssmoothly pro proIt progresmoothly
smoothly It and orderly under any condition condi condition condrtion ¬
tion Emergencies are continually arb arbing ariFlng ariclug
lug but they have always been success successfully 5U 5Ufnlly succefully
fully met in this country and obstacles obstaclest obstaclesovercome obtac1eovercomeand
overcome o rcomeand and thus it will be for all time timeThe timtThe timeThe >
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The Metropolis
Trom The Ocala Evening iSt iStOf Star StarOfpriJ StarOf
Of OfpriJ April ApriIlst1901 ApriIlst1901We 1st 1901 1901We 1901We
We are indebted to Mr Ir George Georgefor G eorge Jo Jofor CIofor
for the finest cabbage cabba and lettuce l tture wt wthave WthaTe w wba
have ba ever e r seen grown in Florida Mr MrClose Mrr 11 11Close
r Close is a man of fine judgment and one oneof OJof oneof >
of the mot successful truckers in the theState tbeState theState
State and be is as generous nerous and andbearted JaJJl JaJJlhearted
1 hearted as he is prosperous Mr Mrbought 11 rlo rlobought CIoe CIoebought
bought his seed from the > Old Reliable ReliableSeedsman Rt Relinlilteedsman > lin1t1t lin1t1ts
Seedsman s JB J B Sutton who bandit banditonly hnndlettnl han4lleonQc
only nl the i e best Seeds to IK had erwi epeialIv epeialIvadapted ptIinll ptIinlladapted tally tallyadapted
adapted to Florida and makes a spe specialty Splcia1ty specialt3 ¬
cialty of the finest strains of Cablwge CablwgeEggplant CabllftgPlan CaithageEgg
Eggplant Egg Plan Letture Onion and Tomato TomatoSeed TomntoSee TomatoSeed
Seed See display advertiMHtnt adwrti ttnt in inanother inanother inanother
another column columnFIVE columnFIVE
1 FIVE STIll LIVE LIVElive LIVEFi lYEk
k live Fi ladies whose w oct husbands have been beenpresident beenpresidenbl beenpresidenth
president of the United States are yet yetalive yetalin yetalive
alive while but one former r president presidentlives presidentlineGro presidentlivesGrover
lives lineGro Grover r Cleveland The living livingladies livingladies
1 ladies are Mrs U S Grunt Mrs James JamesA J Jam JamA nm nmA
A Garfield Mrs Benjamin Hnrrionlire Hnrrion lIarrbonIrs 1larrionMrs
lire Grpver Cleveland and Mrs Int William WilliamUcEinley WillinmYeKinJey WilliamMeKinley
UcEinley 11 Mrs Cleveland is not a awidow awidow awidow
widow and married her hu huhand > band while whilebewas whileh8 whileS whilebewas
bewas h8 as an occupant of the White House HouseShe HouseShe houseShe
S
She is yet ye a young woman mid pn prmL prmLto niis > e8 e8to
to be honored by the nation for many manyJfean mnnyjeans manye
S
jeans e to com irrs urs Mrs Harrison never was wasa wasaWhite
a aWhite White House lady having ha ing married marriedGeneral urnrriedS urnrriedGeneral t tGeneral
General Harrison after be had tcomean tcome btcomennexpresident beconiean
S
an expresident Mrs Garfield and audlira nudlra andGrant
> lira Grant are growing old and will willeoon willi willsoon
soon n pass away awayTablets awayTablets wn
i iTablers
Tablets Buckeye Pile ointment relieves relievesthe n1ievesthe I
the intense itching It soothes heals and andcares andcares andS
S cares chronic cases where surgeons fail failIt failIt failItL
It is no experiment its it sales increase increaseS j jthrough
S S through its cures Every bottle guaran guaranteed guamnteed guaranteed ¬
teed Price 50 cte ct in bottle tubes 75 75eta 73ta 5 5et
eta ta Dr DrJMJones J M Jones
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FURIU Fl IIIA GREATS IIIAI MARY WAYS WAYSProfessor WAYSI WAYSProe WAYSPmorThStockbtidge I
Professor PmorThStockbtidge orB HStoekbridge dge of the Floridf FloridfAgricultural FlorilaAgricultural da I Itura1
Agricultural tura1 College is preparing p a com comppation cornpilatlon J
ppation which shows bow many lines lir ii iiwhich in inwhiehF1oridaeuelsaDofher inwhich
which whiehF1oridaeuelsaDofher Florida excels all of her sister stateand state statand I Iand
and the rvst r t of the World in agricoltcra agricoltcraprogress agricuJrora1pr0gS8 agrictzlwralprogress
progress This compilation shows that thaiFlorida thatF10rlda thatFloridabas
Florida Floridabas FloridabasLn5rgest bas hasiLargest
basapahy
Largest apairy in the world orid 3000 300Ccolonies 3000eo1onies 3000colonies
colonies coloniesLargest eo1oniesLarpst coloniesLarest
Largest Jersey J dairy in the t world worWowned worldo worldovrd
owned o and maaaced m nR by a wowaa IOC IOCJeny 100Je lti0Jersey
Jersey Je y mSch cows cowsLargest coWsLa cowsLargt
Largest La t watermelon W8te J fttra u IB ik world w
2300 2300Larget aer M s sLargtrt
Largtrt t toHMto fane k i the t world
250 50 acrt acrtLargest acrsLaret
Largest acn1L L p rj pine inf apple pfaatawon ptaBt tOD in the theworld t t165aeres theworld
world 165 165aeres 165aeresLa aen aenLargest acrLargest >
Largest La shredd pinery rJ in the world worldLargest worldLa worldLarget
Largest La t cigar tO tobacco fern ia i m the thfworld t theworld I
world 1000 1 OO acres acresLargest acrelargest
I ILa
Largest La iDa bgded kd tobacco fana fer ia i ib ibI t 1 1World
world 450 450i acres acresLargfet acresLargt
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i Largfet t yieW Y dd of honey Bo per roe eotoay for foron foro forone
on o year in tb t > world 3535 3515La pounds pooadsLargfst poundsLarg
Largfst La Larg t hayiarai MY ann in the t gall states statesLargest tats60Q
60Q 8C115 8C115La aersLarget
Largest La cavaratarai avfaM ia the world wo toc tocacrtE 500 500acrts 00 00Largt
acrts acrtEIa Ia Largt t pH pesth < h onrbard o ia th t e eLargt 11 11stAt li litat
stAt l 10s rfc t tr trLargest i iLa
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Largest La t few sJtock t raace ra east of la laRivtr t tMi4s >
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Mi4s I 15 ippi PP Rivtr rT r 5000 ru VV1J a at aLrgezt I
La Lrgezt t stk t < wk of h p t of tb t Ml 1i 1ijtp
jtp 15000 h Md bLtfLrgt > d dlr 1 1La
La Lrgt t at lr t t m n jUanaiioa in tb tbworld t taorid theworld
world 1300 iooLart aeiv aeivLargv I ILa
Largv La t h herd rd of cattle tt Qwned by byDaD oae oaeswa oean
DaD an et t of tb the Linppi bb ippiRi i Rivdr I 0000 0000t 0COOLrit
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La Lrit t r ran crdIecd rd Efltoi t o oi of the thoY the3lisiappi
Y 3lisiappi i f i 2000t ww wwwin t tsBest i it
Best t win IB the world wuddbihet odcl hfea t award awardat areJ areJat
at Paris xpo exFOitiOk exFOitiOkRt 1t = = uk OfL OfLt > B Bii
ii Rt t t cigar r wraf raMf r tobacco t in inworld t tWortdi the theworldilet
world Wortdi hishtt t award arlll at Paris ParisLargv lariLargest I
Largest t rabbttry J1i rabb try of Importban Import 1 I Bgit Bgitbares R j
ban ha ia America AmericaLargst AmericaLarg
Largst La Larg t vegtable Eg ta evaporator a tor ia iaworld t tworld the I
world worldLarg 1 1Larg
Larg tcitrastrvBBTstTy t citn15 t D rr lathe R ta world worldLargv worldLargest J JLa
Largv La Largest t can > i4aatat p aNtatoI oM for ymp ia iatfe mworld hithe
the world 60 600 < J acn acnLargest 8C 8CLa
Largest La t skipping j rK poiit oiat > > for rWll fall Irih Irihpotato Irihpotat RI RIpotatOoS
potato in the world worldLargest Olio > l lLargest i iLargl5t
Largest winter try > 4 rT Jarm in i th thworid tbworid the theworld
worid woridLargest worldLarget I It
Largest t orange oran grove rro e dr J r tn u man management IRAnagan managenient ¬
agement agan nt in the tl world orl 330 a aSaYiProbOr5tod ae aeSayProfeortoekbri1ge re reSaysProleiNoratockbridgM
SaysProleiNoratockbridgM brid ThL list listmight lktI lktmight iitmight I
might be lngth IoD lengthend rh a < d particularly if ifnfactariag 11Ift matiacturing i if
nfactariag f turiD Bterpris utiHziiur utilizi Florida Floridacrops FloridadO Floridcrops
crops dO S an and < l product w n incio ittoei1l4JoJ ittoei1l4JoJbol 1 1b Ihowever
b bol > rl on v however 1toW tr ia th the fao fa of tbe t tfoct5 thee theeiovts e efcxts
fcxts no on on eau dny that Florid i ireally inally is isreaftv
really a gn great > at Kgrkultaral Sa with ith jtbgnator a agrvat agaatr
grvat r ra J1in e > of agricaltur agricalturthan a ltu81 I r4act r4actthan t ttltaD
than any otb o other r in tb t the UukjH UukjHThe UnioaThe i I iI iThe
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The Plant Syetea SY DI will 1 KIl n daily wat51 wat51October 1IutiiCkto wntilOctober
October Ckto r 20 O inde iDdtioiw ive ro rotJRd l trip ticket ticketto kt8 kt8to
to Bagalo eita either r vm Ciaftaeati Ohio Ohioor I Ior
or Watbingtoa Wa hin ou 1 D i at 3310 31 fro froJacksonvilK fr from fromJdsonvile m i iJReksoniII
JacksonvilK Fte with traait traD it limit fivt fivtday i e edRyM I IJay
day in each direction good remraimr remraimrJO
JO o days du from dute of oi = K Round trip tnpraJ triprates i irat
rat rates from other itfiot oint in i Fk Flurida > nda are aremade M e emade i imadt
made > by adding on Olk fan > to rate m from fromJacksonville j
Jacksonville Jack J ilk which is ieThe 331O 331O1iant a lt ltT
T The Plant System ttm haj h vlegant train trainand tmiolen trainervke
len ervke and the > quickest luiek t gcbdBltr ul F For Forreervation jr jrreservation I Irtauon
reservation rtauon etc > tc t call on or writ F M MJolley 1 I IJolhY
Jolley Division Di i < D Iaswnger 1A4I I Dglr Apnt gent nt Jack Jacksonville Jackj JackjiKn Jacksonville ¬
sonville iKn iHe B W r Wrean Ia 1aener euser eI TraSc TraScManager Tra TrailieManager k kMnDflser
Manager S SUk SaauD6h avannahlIcers i ilon
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Uk lon > r op open n or olvstinat sorw sorwand or Il sId I
and piles pi quickly cared by ttantter ntUI r S Salve Salvethe < h hthe Iw Iwt >
the t most bnliujT blir utedkniie in tin t1 w world worldDrJ wrnidDr > rkl rklDr
Dr DrJ J 1 31 Jonts JontsA JUDtA
A Special Occasion OccasionFirst oCCIODFirst OccasionFirst
First Tramp TrnmpYou You orter see Bill go goIn goIn j jIn
In over de fence wit It de bull after afterhim afterhim afterhim
him himSecond
Second Tramp Tram TrumpMust Must ust have been wuth mitbfookln wuthookln wuthlookin
fookln at atFirst atFirst atFirst
First Tramp TramSty Say It wuz de only onlytime onlytime i itime
time 1 ever seen him when he didnt didntlook didntlook did tft tftlook
look tired tlredPuck tlredPuckThe Puck PuckThe
The total number of timber rafts on onall onall onall
all the rivers rlt rs of European Russia is issaid Issaid Issaid
said to be more tkan fcOOOD OOI yearly yearlywith yearlywitb yearlywith
with a total of some 25000000 Iocs
I had a running rumsin M or > n > on my III K 1 = for fory forvn
tn y vnrs firs writ Mrv Mr I Ja Fonr of oflollan ol olChippewa t tt1tiP1u
Chippewa Wi i aD1 no1 Iut 1It ImuM 4 I
lollan in trying to gt t it In haled < s u1 W Two Twoof Twnhox TwolP
hox lP ox of raniHT + r Sahv 11 < ntiniy nt i I iirI Mr urw < l it itf itwan itLkrart
Lkrart wan of ofubtitut f ubutut I IrJ1 Jar r j J M b lns lnsEpiIepsy n nEpilepsy I
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Epilepsy Epilepsyweakens i I iI iweakens
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weakens the body bod and de degrades degrads ¬ I Igrad
grades grad the mind It I t saps sapsthe sapsthe i ithe
the nervous strength that thatis i iis
is the source of all health healthand healthand j jand
and perverts the functions functionsof I
of every even organ Because Becauseof Becauseofits
of ofits its stubborn nature it is isoften isoften isoften
often called incurable This Thisis
is not true There is one onemedicine onemedicine i imedicine
medicine that never fails to tocheck tocheck tocheck
check the nervous spasms spasmsand spasJ1Sj spasJ1Sand spasiisand j
and give gi e new strength to tothe tothe tothe
the entire system systemMy
My y little pH had epilepsy c so bad badthat badthat badthat
that in one day she suffered sufrered seventy seventyone
one fits The doctors pave her up to todie tode todie
die but I began pvjn givthg her Dr 3 iiles MilesNervine > iilesNervine IilesNervine
Nervine aud now she is perfectly well wellIt wellIt L LIt
It took fiTe bottles to effect a cure cureMKS cureIJts cureMBs
MKS Acre AD LEWALLEN LEWALLENSiloam IEWALLES LzwuENSiloamSpringsArk <
Siloam S SiloamSpringsArk SiloamSpringsArkDr Springs Ark ArkDr ArkDr
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Dr Miles MilesNervine MilesNervine MilesNervine
Nervine Nervineallays I
allays nervous irritation irritationstops ir irHtationstops tat on onstops
stops spasms restores di digestion digestion digestion ¬
gestion and mental vigor vigorSold I ISo1d
Sold by dru druggists ists on guarantee guaranteeDr ntee i
Dr Miles Medical Co Co Elkiart Ind f I
FLORIDASjriSITORS FLORIDASjriSITORSWb FLDHIDAS VISITORS
Wb When > n Ponce Pon de bran sdching rehing for the thefountain
h fountain fot of perpetual youth discovered discoveredFlorida d di8coveredFlorida 8COnrOOF10rjdaApril
Florida F10rjdaApril April 2 1512 be came as nar DjQJ1e noar1 noar1t
the realization of the fable as any ex explorers explorers s spIoren ¬ I
plorers will probably ever e er come co For Forthree Fortb Forthree
three tb centuries this early rly discovered part partfigured partfigured partfigured
figured very little in our country s his history histor history ¬
tory toryReal torp
the first to toshowiterff tosbow I IE I
Real p worth is not always
showiterff E oW iUSlf Of la 1atPllorlaa late Florida is exiting exitingberfetf exfrtingneJf exertinszherself
herself neJf The benefits sb s she oSers o offe are now nowbwg noWb nowbig
big b enjoyed by many who w o have ha ourht ourhtin oa rht rhtin htin
in vain n for th them a eL eltW elsewhere t when lfo As a aniia Ntiur1 aniiariea aniutri
riea r1 ri a f she he has no equal uaI or no rival Very Verymany Verymany ry rymaD
many maD hare eotfr eo here whoso physical physicalconstmaiono pby physicalcontittion l loonstitu
constmaiono ons were not no strong 6ttO enough to tocndars tofDd toendure
endure fDd re the t deleterious ti ot15 efiects efi cts of a north northern ¬ I Ira
ern ra aad au rigoroHs H climate climateand and Dli have ha e found foundin I
in the znon > equable dimat and andbreeze andbre sea seaI
I breeze bre > Zt5 a srdy p dy Y relief elief and oft often a aneat fnna fnnaI perinaneat
neat cure for disease d e and bay ba o thus thustarad
I tarad ba bad < k the shadows on their ir dials diaIa I
1 aad a in a OIL renewed rene ed their t ir youths yoathWbB youthsWhile Tout
While this L is tra of many some 50 unfor unfortodatpiy un unforactk I
todatpiy gad the work frk of the d troyer troyertoo trOyertoo troyertoo I
too B aecoapliahed arty arly8ttOmp1is to adroit of hIp hIpand helpamd lp lpaDd
and are a oblkr obI to succumb uDh Procraai Procrasinutioa Procraainatkm 1 1D8JOB
natkm L 1 is the t tbf of time timei rimeTher < i
i i Thiv K i aMitJr ajK th r chv ca Ja of visitor jtQ to totfee tot tothe
the t StflVaad Uit sad Pw Jw of oft ofthem them m retain turD to their thirhoot theirI I IdlOIDt
I hoot = drappoiat th i Thy coat to fk fkt seekttt k kI i
I ttt t awl rwrvatioa 8tioR fro from the too confin confino cnn enniluiaz n ni
i iaz o ocvpsto p patOBi tlo of counting room or orroom ordoof
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DOOI room th oSk o > aa a f1 4 l th t other cx cxhatttb i ipnr I
lU1eti pnr pnrcit cit Leaving1 their can canlbind earbebiud i I
lbind l ind them tb BTVOUS tn4on is n ntaxed l i ilsxed f
taxed xtl aad by 1 Wiag lpjn iDZ frv f and fc = y for a aor aIw
ftw 5 or 0 zaontbJ thi ia oar ou commodious commodiousor commodioushois Om io io1Ioel
1Ioel or aurwtir at UT > boarding boenID hoe houss in inliul 134fI inquiet
4fI quiet t liul vfllag TiI vjflg boatiiEr boatj sad 00 Srbiair Srbiairon fibinon
on fl oar l 1a lak k and rivrs ryej Jourrat rju their tbiraad theirwaed
w waed 1 eeriez and nn ItV w th t their > ir youth youthmen youthBie Iutb Iutbll
ll Bie s men Jn4 = e hr bf ftld f d ri nl ripninr ripninrbc aimr aimrfor nJn
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for th t the brv harvest t Tb T There r L i now awl mut rnutb
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b MB It iarrpflias J JD fcautwl ct for fo northern northernf northernoo4 hrn
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oo4 f ia Florida and it is L o Uiot u4 l for fo our ourJtflQie oureeoiomk i iwrit
eeoiomk JtflQie writ r to I1 1 for forvc vr f oVryinjr oVryinjrHMponfttion deryinrthe rf I121
the HMponfttion k Florida ndvantar ndvantarof dtaD I
of elinia are a 0 o tnftt tm t that it will 01 vr errrmt4u4 < vroa r
ToIIWiGt rmt4u4 oa o of > f tb t the siv t tt st sountr our U of ofto orfIn olrrow I
fIn to jrrow 0 ami nil hip tho delia dJkaei dl deliawhiib a ad
ei whih bjh rnitk ns aloi aionide Hle id tb t the hot boa boaof houjroiintion i
ttroductioD of 0 th tit < > north and th tit < irr SIJ ruw jw i ii Ii9r
i i9r of t i a j 1uf pitrUit oUt r < ut t too Jot > o savtimr x tin and ands f1 andt4I d I
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desert dls It awl tlint t t if a stray > nriuztar nriuztarhapiKnotl priuztalhapsned I Ihappn
hapiKnotl ll < to drift rlft icio It tLat region re = iQn he hewouhl hewould hewould
would either vs moose or turn up LI LItoes his histoes i it
toes t > s with Itb briefest delay Well nit at atall atall I
all saW H i Frenchman who was for formerly or orUlerly ormerly ¬
merly a resident of Tunis TunisThere TunIsT TunicThere
There T cre are tr iarl cf the desert de rt where whereducks whereducks I
ducks abound < l flourish aol a l multiply multiplywith multiplywith i
with It every > ery evi etint lnrp of 0 perfect 5ati sat satfiction ats atsfaction I Ifaction
faction The fowl I N s iliirMly different dlffereHtfrom differentfrom I Ifroc
from any u y of tb t ° > variote liti < we know in inthis Inthis i
this c intry but it Las ha the same Iat Satbill iatbill I Ibill
bill tsttnuve bn breat > at no t aol web feet feetshowing feetshowing
showing that it was once a water bird birdthough birdthougb birdthough
though now no it scarcely finds enough to tolrlnk todrink o odrink
drink an and < l has become b me too provident to towaste towaste
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waste any 8D of the precious fluid in ablu ablutions ablutlons ablutions ¬
tions Like the other good ood Mussulmans Mussulmansof 1 u5 ulmis i ior
of the country they take their prescrlb prescrlbed pre rlb
ed bath bl1tl1In In the sand and their wb feet feetcome feltcome feetcome
come in very er handy as snow snowshoes JOts to towalk towalk towalk
walk upon the deep e Jl yielding du dust t It Itis ItIs itis
is claimed 1 by an eminent French orni ornithologist orolthologlst ornithologist ¬
thologist that the Saharan duck < = are arethe methe arethe
the remains of a race of aquatic birds birdswhich birdswhich
which hlch frequented 1 those seas when the thepresent theprescnt thepresent
present desert d rt was a pnrt of the Allan Allantic A Atiantic an t ttIc
tic ocean an
HOTTEST PLACE ON EARTH EARTHIt
It U BaTrt IIaJooeIa be1a ea the e Sevtwetera SevtweteraCe SewtJawesteCetut SowtbweterCaat
Ce Cetut t ef Persia PenUuThe PersiaThe PerIaThe
The hottest region on the earths sur surface surface antface
face l Is on the southwestern coast of ofi ofPersia
i Persia on the border of 0 the Persian Persiangulf PersianJ11lt Persi2ngulf
gulf For 40 consecutive days in the themonths themonths themonths
months of July and August t the met mercury m mCm metcury ¬
cury hLs been known D to stand above
100 degrees In the shade night and day dayend dayand
end to run up as higb as a 130 degrees degreesin
in the middle of the afternoon afternoonAt
At Bahrein in the center of the most mosttorrid mosttorrid mosttorrid
torrid belt as a though thou h It were natures naturesintention natnresintention uaturSIntention
intention to make the place as unbear unbearable unbe1rable unbearable ¬
able as possible water ter from toni wells elI9 Is Issomething IsEomethIng IsEomcthlng
something unknown Great shafts have havebeen b3ebeen havebeen
been sunk to a depth of 100 200 300 300and 300and 300and
and even 500 feet but always with thesame the thesame
same result resultno no water This serious seriousdrawback seriousdrawback seriousdrawback
drawback notwithstanding a compara comparatlvely comparatively ¬
tively numerous population contrives contrivesto
to live there thanks to copious springs springswhich spinbSwhkh spilngswhich
which burst forth from the bottom of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the gulf more than a mile from the theshore the2bore theshore
shore shoreThe 2boreThe shoreThe
The water Wat from these springs Is ob obtained obtalnffi ohtsined ¬
tained In a most curious and novel novelmanner no novelmnTer e1
manner ilachadores divers whose whosecole whoseEoOle whosesole
cole occupation Is that of furnishing furnishingthe
the people of Bahrein with the life giv giving gl glfluId glvlag ¬
lag fluid repair to that portion of the thegulf thegulf >
gulf where the springs are situated and andbring andbrl1g andbring
bring away with them hundreds of ofbags orb3 ofbags
bags b3 full of the water each day The Thewater Thewater
water of the gulf where the springs springsburst springsb springsburtforth
burst b burtforth forth Is nearly 200 feet deep but butthese butthese butthese
these macbadores manage to fill their thelrgoatskin tbeIrtskin theirgotskIn
goatskin tskin tacks by diving to the bottom bottomand bottomand bottomand
and holding the mouths of the tegs tegsover tigsover I IOTer
over the fountain Jets Jetsthis this too > with without witboct without ¬
out allowing a wlng the salt water of tbe gulf gulfto i ito
to rnLr nih with It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The source of these submarine foun fountains fountaIns fountains ¬
tains Is thought to be In the hills of ofOsmond orO ofOsmond
Osmond O mond 400 u and I I 3 miles away a 3Y Be Being Bt1Dg Belug > ¬
lug situated at the bottom of the gulf gulfIt gulIt
It Is a mystery how they were h re ever everdiscovered e everdiscovered er erdisro
discovered disro e but the fact remains that thatthey thatthey I Ithey
they have ha e been known since the tb dawn dawnof dJ n I Iot
of history I IANIMAL
ANIMAL LIFE LIFEThe LIFEThe I IThe
The array worm Is essentially a agrass arnSs agrass
grass eating eatin Insect though it often oftenfeeds ctCffEds oftenf
feeds f eds upon other plants and is said 31 to toprefer toprefer toprefer
prefer oats to com comThe CO cornThe I1 I1The
The malaptecurus a fish only eight eightInches eibtinches ebbtInches
Inches long ron develop a shock of 2 21 > xivolts Xi Xivolts
volts of electricity In the twothou twothousandth thothou6aDdth ¬ I Isandth
sandth pan of a second secondSeveral secondteral secondSeveral
Several teral pairs of pigeons which a sci scientist sd sdentist I Ientist ¬
entist has observed in Paris have h3 e rais raised ral rald mised ¬
ed d their young In nests made entirely entirelyof
of hairpins collected on the t e paths of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Luxembourg LuxembourgThe
The largest nest In the world Is built builtby buUtby builtby
by the isouad bird a sort of Austra Australian Austrahan cstra cstraHan ¬
Han fowL It makes mounds svnn svnntimes 1mtlIn smstimes
times tlIn 130 1 lZ feet in circumference in hiwhich invhlcb Inwhich
which It t buries its eggs five feet t deep deepThe deepThe deepThe
The heaviest h a Itst bird that t files Is the thegreat thege thegreat
great ge t bustard In size It exceeds the theNorwegian tbecrweglm theNerwerIan
Norwegian Uackcock The old males malesweigh mal malgh maleswelgh
weigh gh alout Go zi pounds but wh w when n food foodJs ffi4s
Js s plentiful the young malts may mayweigh wayWelh mayweigh
weigh 40 pounds Great bustards were wereformerly wereformerly wereformerly
formerly as plentiful in western westernEurope westernEurope esternEuo
Europe Euo as partridges Now So they are arerarely arerarely arerarely
rarely found
St Christopher ChristopherThe r rThe
The belief lI f was that any anyone one who wholooked wbolooked wholooked
looked at a representation of St Chris Christopb Ctrstob ChrIstolher
topb tolher > r was safe for or that day from an anevl ane anevl
evl e l death The T faint was always por portrayed portrayed portrayed ¬
trayed of colossal size and Is so paint painted ¬
ed at the entrance of njo most t Spanish ca cathedrals cnthedrals enthedrais ¬
thedrals that all may In3 see = > hm None one of ofthe ofthe
1 the many carved figures fi gures res of this saint saiatapproaches saintapproaches j japproaches
approaches In size one on which was re removed removed ¬
moved from rom Notre otre Dame at Paris in in17s5
17s5 17s5It l 17
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It was 3S said that St Christophers Christophersoriginal Christophersoriginal Christopbersoriginal
original occupation was to carry people peopleacross pealleacro peosleacross
across acro a stream and the legend J end is thut thutonce thutIoce thatonce
once a child presented present d himself to l lconeyed be beconveyed < e econveyed
conveyed over At first rst his weight was waswhat waswhat waswhat
what might be expected from his in infant Intant Infant ¬
fant years but presently it began to toincrease toIncrease
increase Incre e and so went on till the ferry ferryman terryman ¬
man was like to sink under his burden burdenThe burl1 burdenThe JI JIThe
The child then saId EnI Wonder not u my myfriend myfriend y yfriend
friend I am Jesus and you have ha e the theweight theweIght
weight of the sins of the whole world worldon
on your our back Hence St Christopher ChristopherIs
1s represented carrying the infant Sav Saviour Sa av avfour t tlour ¬
lour across a river with the th globe in his hishand 115hand hisband
hand handSt handSt
St Christopher has an interesting interestingplace Interestlnplace Interestingplace
place In the history of typography tYPgrap y In Intooquence ineonequenee u uconsequeace
consequeace of a wood engraving engra tlng of ofhis ofbls ofhis
his ficure supposed to be of date about
1423 being blln the earliest known kn wn example exampleof
of that art
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Onethird of the area of Canada is ispractically Ispractically Ispractically
practically unknown There are more morethan moretban morethan
than 12o 1 12Zfl ViW oJC square miles of unex unexplored unexpJOIed tiuexplored ¬
plored lands In Canada The entire entirearea entIreare1 entirearea
area of the Dominion is computed 1 at at34ZO2Z
34 34ZO2Z 257 square miles consequently consequentlyonethird consequentlyoDetl couse4uentIyonethrd
onethird oDetl d of this country has yet been beenuatraveled beenuntravele4 n nunt13
uatraveled unt13 telt tij iCt the explorer Exclusive Exclusiveof
of the Inhospitable detached arctic pore portions poreODS perton ¬
ton ODS C u40oO square miles are for all allpractical aUpractical allpractical
practical purposes entirely unknown unknownMost u uiiknownMost l11own105t
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tributed in the western > IU half of the Do Dominion DomlnloD Dominion ¬
minion in tipenetrated blocks of from fromvO fromoI rein reintZt
tZt vO oI to lOoOOv square niitj miit5tbat that is isareas Isnre5S Isareas
areas as larsre lsr as the states of Ohio OhioKansas OhioKssss OhioKaisss
Kansas or New w England ar arc < yet a asecret ast asecret
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of the time and some of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people all the time but you youcant youcant ou oucant
cant fool all the people all the thetime thetime thetime
time timeWE timeW13 U UWE
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any of the time timeL timeLow timeLow
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on but will not last It costs as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much to put on a poor paint as asit ait asit
it does a good one oneTHE oneTHE oneTHE
THESHERWINWILLIAMS THESHERWINWiLLIAMS THE THEHERWIHWlLLIAUS
SHERWINWILLIAMS SHERWINWILLIAMSPAINTS HERWIHWlLLIAUSare
PAINTS PAINTSare
are made to fool no one They Theyare
are honest Paints for honest peo people people peepie ¬
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