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SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1921
FAGE6 -an-n, I ftalatha Daily iub. Jl Your Dollar Is Worth More' Our- At Store Because We Give More Goods for Less Money and the Quality is Behind Our Guarantee WE HAVE SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES THIS WEEK IN HOUSEFURNISHINGS 36x72 Grass Rugs, double J Cj 9x12 Grass Rugs, double g C)() 18 slightly damaged H ( Chairs, each - - P1U7 9 x 12. Japaness 220 warp CJ Odd Ivory upholstered Willow Rockers a splendid (fll Af value - - - $Z1.4U Congoleum Remnants, - 50c yard Sheet Iron Heaters, -sells regularly for $3.00; special this AO AQ week for - , - - P4rt7 Good Oil'Opaquc Win- H A A dow Shades, each - - T Extra large Platters, this QQp week, each - - - 70v Glass Water Pitchers, this tftp week, only 1 . . Above Special Prices For This Week Only, and Furniture at New Low Prices SELLERS KITCHEN CABINETS COST NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KIND m BRUNSWICK RECORDS ; 85c lip ' ANNOUNCING UNDERTAKING PARLORS EXCLUSIVE Realizing the inconvenience to our patrons and friends in com bining our undertaking parlors with our hardware line, we are, indeed, pleased to announce that we have secured new quarters for our hardware business in the Van Horn block, 419 Lemon Street, which makes it possible to better display our stock and render patrons a better service. , Our Undertaking Parlors will be conducted at our old location, 117 North Second Street, which has been transformed into a modern tuneral home with a chapel, reception room, embalming room, display room, offices, etc. We are now in a position to render the best service possible. Mr. S. L. Stephens, who has had years of successful experience as an undertaker and embalmer, will hve charge of this depart . ment, and is in a position to give the best service this profession has to offer. We invite our friends to call an meet Mr. Stephens personally. THE OVERSTREET CO. Funeral Directory. 117 N. SECOND STREET ' PALATKA, FLA. We Handle Cut Flowers For All Occasions BILL PHUT A TRAHS-FLOIIIDA Washington, Jan. 29 Survey un der direction of the secretary of war for a canal from Cumberland sound on the Atlantic seaboard to the mouth of the Mississippi river would be au thorized under a bill introduced by Representative Clark, Democrat, Florida, and reported - favorable to day by the house committee on rail ways and canals. An appropriation of 50,000 would be made for this purpose. The project contemplates the build ing of a sea level canal from the At- lantic across Georgia and Florida to St. George's sound on the Gulf of Mexico, southwest . of Tallahassee, Fla. From St. George's sound the existing natural inland waterway would be opened up along the north ern edge of the Gulf of Mexico west ward past Mobile bay and through lakes Borgne and Pontchartrain to the Mississippi river at New Orleans. The proposed canal would be about 265 miles in length, but by use of ex isting navigable waters, it was esti mated that not more than 150 miles would have to be excavated. Such a waterway, it was estimated would save 497 miles between New Orleans and New York and 412 miles from New Orleans to Liverpool. Under the provisions of the bill the secretary of war would be re quired to report to congress on the cost of constructing a sea level ship canal of such dimensions as to ac commodate the largest sea going vessels, and also a lock canal of the same size, and a barge canal of such dimensions as to accommodate the largest barges being used for the carriage of freight on any waters of the United States. THE BUENA VISTA . ITMATfLLA, FLORIDA. In the heart of the beautiful orange and lake region. A good, clean, home-like, com fortable hotel with modern convenience, good meal and moderate rate. L'matllla la near the famous Orklawaha river tbirket, Florida' bent hunting and flailing ground. V. I). flRIFFINO, Owner. NOHI.B c. MILLER Mgr. MRS. PERKINS DIES. Knoxville, Tenn., Jan. 29 Mrs. Charlea A. Perkins, noted Southern educator and club woman, died here tonight from injuries received when her automobile plunged into atreet car daring enow storm Wednesday night.. WALTER MUCKLOW, C.P.A. GEORGE H. FORD, C.P.A. CLYDE W, FISHER M U C K L O W A F O F? D CERTIFIED 1THI.IC ACCOUTAKT8 Members Amartcaa Institute of Accountants JACKSONVILLE, FLA.- MIAMI. FLA. Hill Building . Columbia Building Accountants and Income Tax Consultant Wood! Wood! OAK and PINE The very best kind. Stove and fireplace ' length. $2.50 a Load PHONE 375 ' COR. MAIN and TENTH STS. L. L. TRAPP, Mgr. Wood! Wood! Oak and Pine. Cut any size. Full measure. $2.50 LOAD J. W. DOZIER PHONE 355-W Prepare for cold weather TOURIST DIBS WHILE LECTURING AT AUGUSTINE. St, Augustine, Jan. 29 Members of the Tourist club received a decid ed shock last evening when William Armstrong, of Niagara Falls, Cana da, who was detverng an address was seen to swoon and died almost in stantly from mi acute attack of the heart. , The lecturer had gotten well start ed on his discourse when It was seen that he waa ill. He faintly told the audience that he would have to make his talk brief. The next moment ae We Do Boiler and Ma chine Work All Orders are Given Our Prompt Attention Out of Town Work Solicited Palatka Boiler and Machine Works C. W. NEWMAN. Mgr. Successors to D.J. Coughlin swooned and fell into the arms of Thomas J. Britt, of St Louis, who was seated on the front row and who -was a personal friend of Mr. Arm strong, ..'.!