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PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGE NO. 3 .MASTER'S SALE. kice is hereby given that pursu- to Final Decree in the Circuit T, of the Eighth Judicial Circuit ionda, for Putnam County. In iicery, dated the 5th day of De jer, A. D. 1919, in a certain le for the foreclosure of a mort- wherein State Bank' of Palatka. lorida Banking Corporation, was ilainant, and James Jones, and ley Jones, his wife, were defend- the undersigned, as Special r in Chancery, will sell at nub- itory for cash to the highest and bidder therefor, at the front door ie Court House in the City of Fa- ., County of Putnam, and State lorida. at 12:30 o'clock P. M.. on (day, January 5th, A. D. 1920, the fwing property and lands, being kte in the City of Palatka, County futnam, and State of Florida, and ibed as West half of Lot Four (4), Block Sixty-Eight (68), Bound ed as follows:' Northerly by Main Street and 50 feet thereon; Westerly by Lot One (1) of said Block; South erly by Lot Three (3) of said Block, and Westerly by West Line of East half of said Lot Four (4) of said Block. The same fronting 50 feet on Main street and running back a dis tance of 175 feet, more or less. All in the City of Palatka, Putnam Coun ty, Florida, according to a copy of Dick's map of said City of Palatka, filed for record in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Putnam County, Florida. ' W. P. MNEEN, Special Master in Chancery. J. V. Walton, 12-5-4t Solicitor for Complainant. Fresh chile con-corne daily at John Mallem's place. First street Who's Your Grocer? Here Plenty to attract you. More to interest you. ( Everything to tenpt you. Phone 273 i Midway Grocery I JORDAN & JORDAN Cor. 7th and Lemon Sts. PALATKA IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR PUTNAM COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA INCHANCERY. The American Agricultural Chem ical Company, a corporation, Complainant, Vs. H. L. Chase, and Julia G. Ohase, his wife, et al., Defendants. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. It appearing by affidavit appended to the Amended Bill of Complaint filed in the above stated cause, that Eureka Mower Company, a Corpora tion, Bank of Commerce, a Banking Corporation under the laws of the State of Wisconsin, and Field Force Pump Company, a Corporation under the laws of the State of New York, three of the defendants therein nam ed, are non-residents of the State of Florida, and foreign corporations, and reside and 'have their principal place of business, respectively, Eureka Mower Company, at Utica, State of New York, and Bank of Commerce, in the City of Superior, State of Wiscon sin, and Field Force Pump Company, in the City of Elmira, State of New York;. and that there is no person in the State, of Florida upon whom the service of subpoena would bind such defendants, or either of them. It is therefore ordered, that said non-resident defendants be, and they are each hereby, required to appear to the Amended Bill of Complaint filed in said cause on or before Mon day, the 5th day of January, A. D. 1920, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by said defendants. It is further ordered that this or der be published once a weeks for four consecutive weeks in the Palatka Dai ly News, a newspaper published in the County of Putnam, and State of Florida. Witness.my hand and official seal this 5th day of December, A. D. 1919. (COURT SEAL) R. J. HANCOCK, Clerk Circuit Court, By W. A. Williams, Jr., Deputy Clerk. J. V. Walton, Solicitor for Complainant. 12-5-12-19-20 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE All creditors, legatees, distributees, and all persons having claims or de mands against the estate of Anton Heini, deceased, are hereby notified ,to present their claims or demands to me within Two Years; and all per sons indebted to said Anton Heini, de ceased, are notified to pay the same immediately. CATHERINE HEINI, Executor of the last will, estate of Anton Heini, deceased. This 13th day of Oct, A. D. 1919. A REAL FARM FOR HOGS OR DAIRYING. 120 acres; 80 under hog proof fence and cross fences; 50 under cultiva tion; flowing well; ' good five room house and big barn, together with outhouses. In heart of famous East Palatka-Hastings potato belt; 3 miles from East Palatka on brick highway. Ideally situated for livestock, dairy ing or general farming. Rich, black potato soil. Price 10,000. Terms. Fred T. Merrill, Palatka, Fla. Loco Weed of the Western Plains Terror to Buffalo The meaning of the poison in the loco weed of the western plains seems fairly clear. It protected the plants from extermination by -the herds of wild buffalo, who evidently had learned to avoid It, for none of the early observers speak of finding "lo coed" buffaloes, says the American Forestry Magazine. Domestic cattle, on the other hand, have not yet learned to avoid it and are often killed by It, especially in seasons of poor .pasture. United. States Wireless Stations. The government shore wireless sta tions, numbered 135 on June 30, 1918, of which eighty-eight were in conti nental United States, twenty In Alaska, nineteen In the Hilllpplnes, three In the canal zone, two In Hawaii and one -each In Porto Rico, Guam and Samoa. The government ship sta tions total 470. "1 cm pen&lixod if ever I t one con.es back" V rip lean L&fig-Disfesice Millers mimmmmmzf?Wf or Miller lires lio To ia I ' Palatka Essenkay Service Co. JpilyH Merryday Block, Second St. Ql SSuk 1 If m mm us m Mil' pis lii Msm Mil Wmwl igcrr: .... IIKPj: "tl TILLER TIRES sx& built by men who ars trained to a 13 J. chamPins'1iF standard. Only by uniform workmanship, can tires ever b.- uniform in mileage like ths Miller. To train men to cur perfection takes much tltie. We cannot supply UCU1CJ.S Willi 1UU1CI lUCii, So cur policy is tc concentrate, as a rule, on the dealer in each locality who vril). give J;Iil3er Ti'e users excepuonai attention That governed cur choice in this city. We chosca concern that know3 that to give red service it must first cf al?. carry a lull stock ci eizas, sc that when-you want a Miller Tire in a hurry, you can get i'. without waiting. We are Impressed especially wife tbeir tbility to give motorists an expert repnii service, and ty thvr rsascnable charges. Before nii.kinp tni3 sslectioa wc caavas.s: t'-t lecal field thoroughly. And tbt Miller egent3 htre are making good with us ty making good with you. Aro you getting the benefit cf wnat tbey tave to ciler? The Miller Rubber Company Akron, Chio tfaltvr afMittn Rm4 mmd Cray lain Ji th rww-MMM Uniform I ra -m I n f TV OUALI J i ' Electrical Work 7IZ 7R m 71s 3K m Spencer Electric Co. 1 NO MATTERJilWHETHER IT BE THE GOGDS WE SELL OR OUR IN STALLATION SERVICE, QUALITY IS THE PREDOMINATING FEAT URE. HAVE YOU GIVEN OUR SER VICE A TRIAL ? Phone 338 for Quality Electrical Work. NEXT TO STATE BANK FRESH GROUND MEAL Put up in ten pound sacks, Jfor consumer's use, fresh at the mill. We are turning out the'Jbest grade 01 meal we have ever been able to make. Get It When It Is FreshO Fresh ground meal leaves that pleasant, fruity taste in the mouth. Insist on getting it at your local grocery, and if you cannot get it there, see us. ST. JOHN'S RIVER MILLING CO. Lee Puncture-Proof Tires - PALATKA DISTRIBUTOR vi luam.im; uiixt; kk.ht CENTRAL VULCANIZER P. C. O'HAVER Service To Grocers Continued and increasing business pro'ves appreciation of the service we are rendering the retailers in our territory. We are now handling all standard goods at margins that are a surprise to other dealers. Our stock is fresh and up-to-the minute. Prompt shipment, accurate con signments and fair treatment, our motto. The Atlantic Grocery Co. Palatka, Florida Yellowstone's Wonders. In writing of the Yellowstone park, John Mulr has said: "In some of the spring basins the waters, though (till 'warm, are perfectly calm, a,nd shine blandly in a sod of overlenning grass and flowers, as if they were thoroughly cooked at hist and set aside to settle and cool. Others are wildly boiling over as if running to waste, thousands of tons of the precious llqifids being thrown Into the air, to fall In scalding floods on the clean coral floor of the establishment, keeping onlookers at a distance. Instead of holding limpid pale green or azure water, other pots and craters are filled with scalding mud, which is tossed up from three to four feet to thirty feet. In sticky, rank smelling masses with gasping, belch ing, thudding sounds, plastering the branches of neighboring trees; every flask, retort, hot spring and geyser has something special in it, no two being the same In temperature, color or composition." Ancient Rome Had Strike. On the word of a decipherer of an cient records there was, in the year 3t)9 B. C. a strike of the musicians' union in Rome. The officials of Borne, It appears, thought that the musicians should piny without pay at a forthcom-, ing festival in honor of Jupiter. The musicians thought otherwise, and al though Rome, then engaged in one of the Samnite wars, had little money to. spend for music, declined not to "do their bit" by performing without pay. Apparently the argument that they were really playing for Jupiter himself was tried without effect So the city officials decided on an appeal to public opinion; they evolved a stratagem by which they decoyed the striking ma gicians to the scene of the festival, and, with all Rome looking expectantly at them, the musicians changed their minds and there was "music aa asuai.1 Christian Science-Monitor. ) . a t' i.. - ft' ; 4 ;'" '. 'N 4. a vli 1 - If; 3 f