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THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921
PAGE 8 DISARMAMENT TO INCLUDE FORGES " -OF AjHTBi WELL By Ralph H. Turner . United Press Staff Correspondent Washington, Jan. 21. Any agree ment for world disarmament must , include air forces and all other branches of warfare, Secretary of the (.Navy Daniels declared today in com- i raenting on su;pestions that Great ' Britain was ready to limit battleship construction because she was concen- : trating construction on air. develop- ' ment. "The United States should not be ' inferior in any branch of naval war ' fare," Daniels said. "When I say that ' this country should maintain a navy With a view of putting in a uni ' equal to the strongest in the world, it form system of assessing property ' follows the American air strength al-1 jn the state, tax assessors of Flori- . 1 I 1 1 i 1 J? . so snouia ne equal io me aerii iiirera ; of any other nation." ; It would be inconsistent, Daniels '. pointed out, for the nations to agree on the reduction of battle ships, and 1 be allowed to expand along other lines. ' "Competitive aircraft building," he said, "would be as dangerous as any other kind of naval competition. I assume disarmament would include . aircraft. ( If it didn't, the United States would have to be as strong in the air as any other power." Had Recommended Aircraft Carriers Daniels said he realized that Bri tain was better prepared for air fight ing than the United Sates, in that this country had no aircraft carriers and none had been authorized. He pointed out that he had recommended this type of ship. "The development of naval avia tion," he said, "is to-ward the point whero airf.hijis can' operate with the feet at sea. It is strongly indicated that the air force will become an es sential unit in the fighting fleet. Air craft may be so developed that it can be carried with the fleet, to be used not only for obtaining information of the enemies movement but for con troling the fire of battleships and at tacking gnemy ships with, torpedoes." GOVERNOR HARDEE TO URGE I UNIFORM TAX ASSESSMENTS inn oe V (ll.v I iilteil I'rma.) Florence, S. C. Jan. 21 Edmund Bigham, whose mother, brother, sis ter and the latter's two adopted sons were found dead at their home hear Pamph'co, was being held here today in connection with their deaths. Bigham's arrest' was made on the strength of a warrant sworn out by John W. McCracken,ifcther of the two boys adopted by Mus. Marie Black, Bigham's dead" sister. An SAVANNAH GIVES UP SHRINE MEET DES MOINES "IT" Savannah, Jan. 21 There were a number of reasons why the Shriners pf North America did not come to Savannah, but- decided to accept the invitation of. Des Moines! la. The i compelling - reason was probably a letter Irom the executive committee of Alee temple, the local shrinrs' organization advising the imperial potntate that it was not advisable to hold the meeting in Savannah. box. Burt's Paint Store. 1-6-tf FOR SALE One Dodge, touring car and one Dodge roadster, both in fine shape and offered at -bargains prices. Merryday Grocery Co. 1-8 tf FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL BUILD ING LOTS, BEST LOCATION IN CITY, TERMS JOHN J. MURPHY , dec 10-tf three children, two boys and one girl, 16, 12 and 10 will be considered. Can furnish own linen and silver. Bent reasonable.. Address Box 142 New Concord, Ohio. TJan. 21, It FOR SALE Ford Coupe, in first class condition, a bargain. Florida Grocery Co. 1-7-tf WANTED You to know that we sel furniture on easy terms. Pay us just a small amount down and the j.nia ,ieu,er was not a withdrawal of i RYAN BROS me invitation to meet here, but was prepared with a view of letting the Jan. 7-tf da will meet in Jacksonville on Jan uary 25. The meeting has been called by Gov. Cary A. Hardee, who will be here to address the assessors. The governor has some ideas along this line, which he deires to place before the assessor. Thp meeting will probably be held in the chamber of commerce auditorium. FOR SALE Kellington Strain Ttl 1 Y1 J T t i it. . i i .rie head of the order know just what I ' T, Tn T i ' V-af- condition existed. The limited hotel ereIls- ?2'50 to ?4'00' egs ,settm' fidavit by Phillip H. . Arrowsmith de- cconrmodations, the refusal of the 1,50 for Betting of fifte,en E- B' clared Bigham had threatened his ' Pullman Car Company to furnish ex-, COLLINS, San Mateo, Fl'a. 1-17-Gt sisters life when she attempted- to tra cars for visitors to live in while recover three signed blank deeds here, and the recent lack of enthusi which Bigham is alleged to have 1 asm in several recent meetings called taken from his brother, L. S, Big- to consider the question of inviting ham, one of the five dead. the Shriners were the principal rea- Arrest of several negroes as ma- tons that prevented the acceptance tcrial witnesses was expected, offi-' of the invitation being urged, cers indicated. I , Edmund Bigham had no interest GERMANY PADS ELECTION in the Biriiam estate. to h ! N SILESIA COAL FIELDS. worth $75,000, and $100,000 having conveyed his interest to his mother some time "ago it was stated, INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS OF PALATKA REVIEW NO. Low Prices The Highest Grade Market Goods Prompt Service Are the Three Reasons Why You Should Trade at This lily Sanitary Market Fresh Country Eggs, dozen 75c Cloverbloom, Hronkfield and Meadow Gold Better, pound 65c Swift's Armour's and Kingan's Sugar Cured Ham, (whole or half) pound 35c Sliced Box Bacon, pound 65c Western Pork Chops, pound 35c Choice Beef Roast, pound .. 20c Choice Steak, pound 20c and 25c Spare Ribs, pound 30c Head Cheese, Liver Pudding, pound 30c "Hastings" Frank, pounds 30c Pure Pork Sausage Meat, pound 30c Victory Steak, all meat, pound 25c Ham thanks (to boil) pound 25c Pork Roasts, pound 30c and 35c SPECIALS JONES' DAIRY FARM SAUSAGE AND SLICED BOX BACON "HASTINGS" PURE PORK SAUSAGE HEAD CHEES SMOKED SAUSAGE LIVER PUDDING NORFOLK OYSTERS DILL PICKLES (IN BULK) LARGEST VARIETY OF FRESH VEGETABLES IN CITY "IT'S EXTRAVAGANCE TO TRADE ELSEWHERE" THOS. CANNON J'hone Tiro-SeeeH WE'RE NO FARTHER FROM YOU THAN YOUR PHONE At the regular meeting of Palatka Review No. 4 Womans Benefit Asso ciation of. The Maccabees at Wood man Hall last night, the following officers were installed for the year. Commander Lady Mayme Duane. Loeutenant Commander Lady Daisy Fernside. Post Commander Lady Minnie Atwater. Record Keeper Lady Hattie N. Buky. Finance Auditor Lady' Nettie Lamon. Chaplain Lady Mary Frazler. Lady At Arms Lady Hattie Zorn. Sergeant Lady Ruth Duane. Sentinel Lady "Sarah Slade. Musician Lady May Neck. Captain Of Guard Lady N. Johnson. Color Bearer No. 1 Lady Eliza beth Kates. Color Bearer No. 2 Lady Sarah Daugherty. ! big baptistevtval i gathers more members. 1! ii A good congregation greeted Evangelist H. A. Hunt last night at the Baptist church. S. J. Spencer 1 1 sang with his usual sweetness and p I power. The preacher spoke with -f i enthusiasm giving some of the char- Ss ! acteristics of a Saved Life." The 2 congregation sat silently listening i with deep interest throughout. The Ejj two additions to the church at the E? close of the service created new en- 9 thusiasm. Services tonight at 7:"0. Another splendid sermon is expected. Come with a view of getting anftieriving a blessing. HAVANA RATES OBJECT TO FORDNEY TARIFF BILL Havana, Jan. 21 Objections to the Fordney tariff bill before the United States congress, was voice! today by Havana rotarians. They may send a delegation to Washington to pro test against the proposed tax on im- .jyjg m ported sugar. t Tl --yT AND MT-"-"-- flfrJftJtMJUC J It Goes Farther Illy I filled l'rHM., Berlin, Jan. 21 Two hundred and ten pasenger trains were ordered to day to carry voters into Upper Gile sia. Berlin reported 216,000 Berlin residents are entitled to vote on re turning the coal region to Germany or giving it to Poland. FOR RENT Very desirable three room flat, excellent location. Apply 107 Madison St., afer 7 p. m. tf WANTED Every Ex-Service Man in Putnam County that is interested in the American Legion to call or write Howard Rowton. 1-18-tf LOST One childs brown wool sweater. Finder please return to Buick garage, and receive reward. Jan. 20-2t. THOUSAND MINERS STRIKE. Illy rnltcri I'rrNM.I Wilkesbarre Pa., Jan. 21 A thous and minerajin the Butler colliery in Pennsylvania Coal Co., at Pittson struck teday. They objected to the i reinstatement of thirteen workers on alleged violation of service agreement. FOR SALE Up to date refrigera tor, at half cost price. Used only one year. Call at 628 Emmett St. l-20-3t For Bad Breathy Coaled Tongue, Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Bloating, Gaa, - Constipation, or other result of Indiges. . , lioD, no remedy is more highly recom. mended than FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS They cauie no griping or nausea. . Cleanse the boweli, sweeten the stom ach and benefit (he liver. Never dis appoint. tan. Elisabeth Shusoo, 137 So. Msln St.. So. Norwalk, Conn: "I can hon.itly say Folay Calbarlic Tablets are wonderful." Sold by J. H. HAUGHTON. s STOP AT THE Putnam House FOR SALE Detroit Jewell Range. Cost $65, used two months, only $40 cash. Owner has left town. J. D. Points. ' l-20-3t messenger boys Apply Western l-20-4t CONGRESSMAN BOOKER DEAD, my l'nllil lr'H. Savannah, Mo., Jan. 21 Congress man Charles F. Booker, democrat of the fourth district died at his home here today after an extended illness. Classified Ads FOR SALE Baby Chicks for sale. Rhode Island Reds now ready. Call at store of H. S. HODGE & Sons. 'Phone 210. 1-19-tf and roomers also light Jan. 9-tf. FOR SALE Fine oranges, $2.50 WANTED Boarders at 702 River Street, housekeeping rooms. WANTED Two above school age. Union Tel. Co., FOR RENT Bed room with batt Also garage. Apply 628 Emmett St. l-20-6t RbOMSWANTEDTwo or "three rooms, furnished for light house keeping, one of which must be on ground floor. Possession as soon as possible, and wanted until last of March.. Reference furnished. Ad dress James M'nnick, Brooklyn, Fla. 1-20-St. Wood! Wood! Oak and Pine. Cut any size. Full measure. $2.50 LOAD J. W. DSOZIER PHONE 355-W Prepare for cold weather LOST American Society of Me chanical Engineers watch fob. Blue enameled, clover leaf with letters, "A. S. M. E. Return to J. L. Shep pard, SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO Jan. n-U. WANTED IBy Feb. 1, two furn ished roms, or two rooms and kitch enette for light house keeping. Rea sonable distance from school where Now Open and Heady For Jiusiness Blacksmith and General Repair Work We Guarantee Every Jo Dyess & Heidt Cor. Lemon and 13th St. FOUR BIG VALUES For SATURDAY and MONDAY Only DON'T MISS THIS ONE BIG CHANCE FINE READY TO WEAR GARMENTS WAY BELOW WHOLESALE COST TO CLOSE OUT. ' Remember Positively Two Days Only 8 COAT SUITS, WORTH TO $29.50 Two Days Only at $10.45 16 COAT SUITS, WORTH TO $55.00 Two Days Only at $21.45 11 COAT SUITS, VERY HIGH CLASS GOODS, FINELY TAIL ORED, WORTH TO $75.00 Two Days Only at $29.45 3 ON LY COATS SUITS. THESE ARE OUR HIGHEST GRADE SUITS, WORTH TO $125.00 . Two Days Only at $45.45 THESE BIG VALUES TWO DAYS ONLY TOMORROW AND MONDAY Many other special values in Ready to W ear you should not miss. This is the time to make your purchases when prices are cut to the limit. EARNEST CO. We Open at 8:30 A;M. We Close at 6:00 P.M.