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'BONO Fjy SCHOOL .-WILL ERECT BUILDING FOR V COLORED SCHOOL . Hon. Cary Hardee a VisitorNews Notes and Personal Mention of Pleasant People. CRESCENT CITY, Oct 23 (Spe cial The school trustees have pur chased the lot at the corner of Di vision street and Olive avenue for a new colored school, the building of which will follow the voting of bonds for school building purposes. The lot is ideal as to situation, being a lake front, with large oak shade trees in front There is 200 feet facing - the lake and the lot extends back 150 feet on Olive avenue. Under the new district organization pupils from Uuntington now come to the Cres cent City school. The board had in view a site that would accommodate the greater number of .pupils and be , moat centrally , located. This site Have plenty of Gas We keep it. And we sell it 25 cents per gallon. It's what makes things move these days. Mobiloils, 25 cents per quart. Polarine, 20 cents per quart. ' Goodyear Tires. Most miles for the money. Best by test WE CARRY FORD ACCESSORIES CIGARS AND COLD DRINKS H. C. MERWIN LEMON STREET ONE BLOCK WEST OF COURT HOUSE gusiine spent tne weeK-end Here a guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Cheat ham, With her mother and brother she returned to St. Augustine late Sunday evening. George Miller motored to St. Au gustine on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. Q. Allen, who have been spending the summer at their old home in Pennsylvania, have re turned and are again occupying the Coleman residence on Summit stret, M. Womac has returned from Chi cago, where he went to attend the : World Series of baseball games be- will operate in this wav exceDt for tween the Cincinnati Nationls and the pupils coming from the Rossville , 11,0 Chicago Americans. He saw the suburb, who will have nearly a half mile further to go. But the loca-' tion of the lot and its size and other advantages can not be gainsaid, and the colored people who were consulted concerning the purchase were well pleased. Fred Hubbard was in the city this week from his grove near Seville. Mr. Hubbard spends his summers in East Tennessee, where he own a . large Chicago games and was so facinated that he followed the team to Cincin nati and saw his pets defeated. Mr. Wornac doesn't say how much mon ey he actually lost in backing his fa vorites. After the games he visited Pittsburgh, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Marcy of Ash field, Mass., have arrived for the win ter season and are living in their farm. Mrs. Hubbard will not be with new home on North prospect street, him this winter. Hon. Cary A. Hardee of Live Oak, speaker of the Florida House of Rep resentatives in 1915 and 1917, and now a leading candidate for Governor of Florida, was a guest at Grove Hall over Sunday night. He spent a cou- purchasod by himself and brother, Mr. C. A. Marcy, of Mrs. J. W. Maull last season. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Marcy will come about the first of l'tcember. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jurnigan have made arrangements to live with Mr. pie of hours here on Monday morning ! Clias. B. Morrow tjuring the coming when he met a number of our lead- : year. ing citizens. Mr. Hardee explained j The Cash ice factory has a new In that he was simply making a prelim- ' ternational motor truck for delivery inary tour of the State, but was do ing little, if any speaking, but later he hope dto be able to come to Cres cent City and address the people of the precinct on the issues of the day. Mr. Hardee came here after a canvass of Volusia county, where he received much encouragement from the people, necia'.ly or. the east coast. Tiss Emma Vander Grift of St Au- purposes, and Phillips Cash is ths week acting as instructor for his col ored delivery clerk. The old horse vill now have a rest, bless his oil hide, and may his last days be his btst days. Elbert Braddock has gone to the University of Florida, Gainesville, where he will take a' course in Agri culture at the behest of the U. S. Real Grocery Bargains AT- IS CRESCENT CITY LAND MAN HAS GONE AWAY. Charges Preferred Against Him and Sheriff Takes Charge of Some of Property. The 0. K. Grocery FOR Thursday and Friday NICE STREAKED' BACON, per lb 25c Compound Lard, per lb - 28c 7 lbs. good Rice 1.00 7 large cans Pet Milk 1.00 6 cans Dime Brand Milk 1.00 20 lbs. Grits 100 20 lbs. Meal 1.00 7 cans No. 2 Tomatoes 1.00 Large can Sunnygold Syrup 1.10 10 lb. Bucket Blue Label Karo 1.00 10 lb. Bucket Red Label Karo 1.25 Large Can Alaga Syrup 1.25 8 glasses Apple Jelly 100 6 lb. bucket Crisco 2.00 3 lb. bucket Crifco 1.05 7 cans No. 3 size Pumpkin 1.00 6 cans good Corn 1-00 7 cans good Garden Peas 1-00 8 lbs. Navy Beans 100 20 lbs. Scratch Feed 100 20 lbs. Corn 10 10 lbs. B. E. Peas 1-00 Good Creamery Butter, per lb 70c Good Cream Cheese, per lb 40c 20 lbs. good Sweet Potatoes 100 8 packages Oatmeal 100 HALF BARREL SACK S. R. FLOUR 5.75 24 lb. Sack S. R. Flour l-0 12lb.SackS.R. Flour , Corn per Sack 3-j0 Green Cross Feed, per sack 3-35 Scratch Feed, per sack 4.00 Shorts, per sack ... 3.65 C. S. Hulls, per sack 95c Oats, per sack 3.00 Remember that we sell on the "Live and Let Live" Plan, and we have the price right on any article in our store. If you are tired of high prices, givo us a trial . TELEPHONE 196 THE 0. K. GROCERY 107 N. 11th Street, PALATKA CRESCENT CITY, Oct. .22 C. A. Burling, real estate boomer and for mer agent throughout this section of the Stroud real estate corporation, is just now coming in for some real ad vertising. Last Thursday Deputy Sheriff Fennell was here from Palac ka with papers to attach any person al property of Durling he could find. He found an automobile of the Ford variety and a launch, with possibly a few other things. His old partner, y. H. Cole, makes charges against Durling and says that he is no longer with his company, Durling's place in the corporation being filled by Mr. Thornton. Mr. Cole also states that the U. S. Marshal is trying to locate Mr. Durling. W. A. Hussell's realty office has sold for Thomas Pink, to J. VV. Car ter of Jacksonville, the west half of the southwest quarter of Lot 6, id section six, township thirteen south, of range twenty-eight, east, contain ing five acres and a small house. This lot is on the Seville road two miles south of town. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Weeks arrived cn Tuesday night and are again in tiieir old quarters at the Turner House. Mr. and Mrs. Weeks left Galesburg, III., on the 14th inst., and have made stops at several places on tne way down, including' Knoxville, Ttnn., and Asheville, N. C. Street manager W. F. Glynn is do ing good work this week, and one that will get him all kinds of good words where he has been getting the other kind, by having all the holes in the shelled streets of the town filled and the roads smoothed over. When he gets through we will have smooth roads again. Mr. Glynn is giving the work his personal supervision and thus earning a name as a municipal councilman comensurate with his standing as a county commissioner. The Choir of the Methodist church Mrcadefbeater W I Exclusive Paramount-M J U...Mome of... ..craftJJictures-.. Ill TODAY UNA CAVALIERI In a Magnificent Paramount Picture "The W 1 The Most Beautiful ThP Wtr 1 ... o TV It VJ. U IJ CI X Surrphioi'..-. Set!: oman ay oi in ADOBD A HCLME3 TRACTION ISA F'LGGUE TOMORROW VICTOR MOORE IN - Snobs ONE OF THE MOST FUL PLAYS EVER PICTURIZED IN SUCCESS STAGED. PARA MOUNT STYLE. This is' One ' of Those Delightful Comedy Pictures. PRISES IG AKD 10 Gl uT F.RID Pauline Frederick ( 9 Is Tp JiW g I IN THE LAST PICTURE SHE HAS MADE 10 JURY TRIG RIOTERS KNOXV1LLE, Oct. 21 (United Press) The state today continued to make good time in getting before the jury evidence against twenty two men being tried on charges growing out of will onv Kfiircw4 r 4. e.. i recenl race noimg nere. day night at the church under the able I JaUf al1 Jeff Claiborne direction of Mrs. Mitchell. This is I f f Jf" bf mg taed' to be the first of a series of Sunday "J J ? jaJwaa starm evening concerts on Sundays when the . V0' Baid. pastor is holding service at one of l? T" " ' mb his other appointments. The public i " is cordially invited, and can be sure yeS a "egr0, td they have any music in their v..tP Thr w A,w T,.,i sous. SAYS DUBLIN ORDERED OUR SHIPS SEARCHED. Sinn Feiner Reads Alleged Document Calling for Oversight of Our Crews. LONDON, Oct 21-Tne corres pondent at Manchester of The Daily Herald, the labor organ, in a dispatch dated Sunday, says: "In the course of a speech at an impressive demonstration held here today in facor of self-determination for Ireland, Arthur Griffith, founder of the Sinn Fein organiation and a Sinn Fein member of Parliament, read two secret documents issued by Dublin Castle, one ordering detectives to search the belongigs of the crews of all vessels, arriving in Ireland from tne United States, and the other de claring that the sailors in all Ameri can ships coming to Ireland should be treated as suspects. " 'Surely,' said Mr. Griffith, 'Amer ica will have something to say to this.'" Campaign Proposition. Department of Agriculture, in which department he will serve when he completes his course. Mr. Brad dock is one of the most popular young men ever grown to mi-hood in this town, and he has both brains ' and ability to-make massive success in whatever enterprise he embarks. Word comes that Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hurlburt and Miss Mary Haack, who have been spending the summer in New , London, Conn., and at the ocean beach nearby, will return to Crescent City about the first of the coming month. JACKSONVILLE, Oct. 22 The amendment to the franchise of the Jacksonville Traction Company per mitting the street car company to raise the fare to seven cents was defeated yesterday by a vote of more than three to one. The company did not carry a single .ward. In the Tenth ward the vote Was 135 for the amendment to 150 against it. This was the best showing made by the street car company in any ward. In the Eleventh ward the vote was more than thirteen to one against the amendment, the total being nine for the amendment and 120 against it. Total Vote Cast Was 2,532. The total vote cast in the election was 2,532. Of this total there were 628 for the amendment and 1,904 against it. The polls opened at 8 a. m., and closed at sundown at 6:50 p. nu The returns were in the hands of the city registration offices in the city hall by 8:30 o'clock last evening. WALES SEES NIAGARA and wanted to go out on it, but Ad miral Halsey dissuaded him, owing to the danger entailed. The Prince's American tour has been tentatively abandoned, owing to the illness of President Wilson. A thousand American citizens went over the Suspension bridge this afternoon to catch a glimpse of the Prince be fore he took the Canadian gorge trip, on a private car. The Prince said it waa likely if President Wilson improved rapidly that he would visit New York city and Washington before sailing for home. The Price will decorate returned Canadian soldiers in Queen Victoria Park tomorrow, going to Brantford at night, and will later go to Montreal for a week. He expects to be in To ronto on Nevember I, 2, and 3, then going to Ottawa. No cleverer comedy was ever pre sented on the screen than Victor Moore in "Snobs," which comes to the Arcade Thursday. Fresh chile con-corne daily at John Mallera'8 place. First street. VTE WISH TO ANNOUNCE that " " our new Fall Goods are arriving now. We have just received some NEW CROP CEREALS, including Prepared Buckwheat, Pan cake, Graham Flours, Oat meal, Farina and other breakfast foods. To go with the above wejhave a great variety of Syrup in Cans and a splendid line of Jams and Jellies ALSO NEW DRIED FRUITS "The Quality and Quantity Store. " L. C. STEPHENS Cor. Kirby and Morrit Phen 84 Pushes Button That Lights Up Horse J,' shoe Falls for First Time iAuAJtA f ALtL, 1H. I., UCS. il. The Prince of Wales arrived at Ni agara Falls, Ont, last night from Hamilton, and is the guest of Dr. Harry Grant, Park Commissioner of Queen Victoria Park. When the Prince reached Dr. Grant's house he pushed a button that lighted the Horseshoe Falls. It made a wonder ful sight, and the first time the Hcrseshoe Falls have been illuminat ed. The Prince visited Table Rock The Putnam National Bank of Palatka, Florida I Capital Surplus and Profit Account $140,000.00 Total Liability to Depositors $800,000.00 "Our Strength L Our GuaranW (We Solicit Your Account Safe dcpoait boxes for rant $3.00 par yar. 1 l- is ' 4 i 1 j; 11' 1 . f J.. 1.