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PALATKA DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, MARCH g, 1921
PAGE 4
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REVISION OF WAR
TAX LAWS TO BE
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UNDERTAKEN
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By Herbert W. Walker.
Vnltrri PrritK Stuff CorrcHiiondont
Washington, March 9 A complete
revision of the burdensome war tax
law will be undertaken as one of the
first major tasks of the special ses
sion of congress, it appeared certain
today as the reult of President Hard
ing's first conference with senate and
bo WW iitdes rml deToioptmrat
fii aweordanes with the announced
policy of Harding, that domestic af
fairs are of pressing importance in
congressional program, it was learn
ed that the president, while not yet
having definitely committed himself,
is inclined to elieve that modification
of taxes should puceed a general re
vision of the tariff.
A canvass of the senate finance and
. the house ways and means committee
is being made today in accordance
with Harding's wishes to determine
which shall be the first task of the
mew congress, but it is known that
majorities of both committees favor
first action on the taxation question.
Among those who are known to hold
this view are Senators Penrose and
Lodge, and Representatives Long
worth, Mondell, Bacharach, Tread
way and Good.
It is generally admitted that no big
reduction in the amount to be raised
by taxation can be made. The total
will have to be close to ?4,000,000,000
for the next year at least, and the
present laws, because of the recent
shrinkage in profits, will not convert
much more than that into the treas
ury. But the plan is to modify the
war taxes.
In accordance with this policy it is
certain that the excess profits and
the petty consumption taxes will be
eliminated. As one substitute a tax
on the net profits of corporations is
being given consideration. The pro
posals call for from a 10 to 20 per
cent levy.
BUTTON'S ON SHOES
SAVES LIFE OF BABY
Bristol, Va.-Tenn., Mar. 9 Little
2-year-old Louise Eusso had a nar
tow escape from death today
thanks to the pair of button shoes
she wore.
The child lost her balance while
leaning out of a second-story window
and fell. The mother, heariiig
screams, rushed out and saw Mm child
hanging head downward from a tele
phone wire, a button on her shoe hav
ing caught and held her secure. She
was unhurt when rescued by her
mother.
We do expert and dependable lu
bricating, using only first quality
lubricants.
BUICK SALES
AND SERVICE STATION
We do
BETTER
Machine Work
Wnen you need machine
work, bring it to us for prompt
service.
No job too large for us to
successfully handle, and none
too small to receive our prompt
attention.
C. A. AMES
Howell Bidg. Palatka, Fla.
Jax. Tel. 1534 Pal. Tel. 8
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fQUICK FREIGHT AND
PASSENGER SERVICE
BY THE
Sir. "PILOT BOY"
SCHEDULE :
LEAVE PALATKA: Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 A.M.
Arrive Jacksonville 3 P.M.
LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: Monday,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 3 P.M.
Arrive Palatka 9 P.M.
Jacksonville Wharf, toot or Maret Street.
Municipal dock. Palatka Wharf, foot
Lemon street, Montmollin deck.
. For further irJormation apply to Agent.
DARBY & Pill P
PALATKA
AUTO
SUPPLY CD
Darby & MacDonald, local Dodge
Brothers dealers, yesterday purchas
ed the entire plant and equipment of
the Palatka Auto & Supply Company.
They have also secured a lease on the
building, and will move to their new
home about April 1.
Messrs. Darby & MacDonald es
tablished the Dodge agency here
a&vt yars ego, and hare niade
a remartoable success selling these
famous cars and doing general auto
mobile repair work. They state that
they have outgrown their present
quarters, and it is necessary to se
cure a larger building in order to
take care of their growing business.
The entire building will be remod
eled, and when completed will be one
of the finest and most conveniently
arranged garages in the state. They
will also install two modern gasoline
filling stations and several oil pumps
in front of the building.
A battery department will also be
added which will be under the direc-
GRAND TOMORROW
"Broadway and Home" is the title
of Eugene O'Brien's new Selznick Pic
ture at the Grand tomorrow.
Mr. O'Brien is most acceptably
cast in the role of Michael Strange, a
rugetd ywung man living in a small
fishing hamlat on the coast of Maine.
He is an ambitious youth and the
monotony of his existence is bearing
heavily upon him. Paul Grayson, a
wealthy afist and friend of Michael's
father, offers him a home in New
York, and tells Michael he will show
him some real life. He does, with a
vengance, and with some unexpected
results.
Of course, there is a girl concerned,
or rather, two of them, and after see
ing Eliatw fair and Eileen Cassidy
jkortrajr jwitg w tunes in question,
the observer will no doubt sympathize
with Michael Strange in his efforts
to decide upon which one to center his
affections.
There are some most dramatic mo
ments in this John Lynch story, and
Mr. O'Brien is more than equal to the
occasion in each instance. - Frank
Losee, who plays the artist offers an
other of his always excellent charac
terizations and the balance of the
cast under the direction of Alan Cros
land are adequate in every respect.
1
tion of A. O. Pearce, the well known
battery man.
Any Distilled Product
is bound to be pure, and so we offer SUNOCO
MOTOR OIL as a pure, distilled motor oil, free
from any element injurious to your motor. It
will be cleaner than a COMPOUND oil, and will
give better lubrication. SUNOCO banishes car
bon troubles. Get it at your favorite dealer.
PALATKA RANGER MOTOR CO
OLIVER BROS. CHAS. SMITH P. C. O'HAVER
MOTOR OIL
Made by the Sun Co., of Philadelphia, who make more
than amillion and a half gallons of lubricating oils
per week.
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fa response to the inquiry of many telephone
subscribers: "What can I do to help my serv
ice?" this advertisement is published.
Useless Calls For
"Information"
Our records here show
that of the thousands of
questions answered by
Information operators every year, almost
half are for numbers already listed in the
telephone directory.
The Information operators waste hours
'daily in looking up and giving out these
numbers. 1
These wasted hours affect operating ef
ficiency on regular calls, cause congestion
of th lines and increase the already heavy
foad on the switchboards.
You can help your service by looking
first fri the directory to be sure it is not listed
before calling "Information."
The Information operators are always
ready to give numbers of new subscribers
and other changes not listed in the directory.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Announcm
For the
g Bonus
Vote
Second Period
in the
WS
PALATKA NE
alesmaiis'hiD
Caihoai
ge
TOURING the second period of this campaign which
U starts MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 7TH,
1921, and closes SATURDAY, MARCH 12TH,
1921, at 8:00 P.M. Club members will be permitted
to accept subscriptions for 5 years.
Terms Price
Three Months . $ 1.75
Six Months 3.25
One Year 6.00
Two Years 12.00
Three Years . 18.00
Five Years 30.00
'Additional bonus of
85,000 votes for every
$18.00 worth of sub
scriptions and 150,000
extra votes for every
5-year subscription.
THE DAILY NEWS VOTE SCHEDULE
Votes v
5,000
12,000
' 30,000
70,000
100,000.
166,000
Extra Vote Offers During Second Period of Campaign
For the second period, closing at the end of business for the day, Saturday, March 12th, 1921,
not only the schedule votes announced above will be given on each and every subscription, but
an additional bonus of 85,000 extra votes will be given on eaoh and every $18,000 sub
scription, or three one-year subscriptions, and during this second period only, candidates may
accept five-year subscriptions, on which 150,000 bonus votes are allowed ,
r
THE WEEKLY NEWS
Term Price
One Year $1.50
Two Years 1 - 3.00
Three Years 4.50
Five Years 7.50
Votes
4,000
10,000
25,000
50,000
Additional bonus of
40,000 votes ft each
and every $7.50 worth
weekly subscriptions.
For the second period, closing at the end of business for the day, March 12th, 1921, not only
the schedule of votes announced nbove will be given on each and every sunscription, but an ad
ditional bonus of 40,000 votes will be given on each and every $7.50 worth of weekly ubscrrytioru
turned in up to and including that date. The following few days the votei will be considerably
less and the last few days of the campaign the original schedule es announced will prevail, ou
extra votes being given. .
THE PRIZES TO BE AWARDED ARE
Studebaker
1 Brunswick Phonograph
2Edlsons (Amberol)
Six Automobile
1 Columbia Grafonola
2 Fine Cedar Chests
RULES OF THE CAMPAIGN
Any lady, married or single, of good character, may participate,
provided she lives in the trade territory adjacent to Palatka.
The Club Member receiving the largest number of votes will be
awarded the Grand Prize, and the ones getting the largest number of
votes in each district will be awarded the district prizes.
In case of two or more Club Members tying, duplicate prizes will
be awarded each so tying. d
VOTES ARE NOT TRANSFERABLE
THE STEPPING STONE TO SUCCESS
People all over this section are talking about this great offer. Between now and
March 23rd, more than $2,500 in priees will be given away to energetic young ladies,
who by demonstrating their salesmanship ability poll the greatest vote total. Votes
are given with new and renewal subscriptioms. They cannot be purchased nor trans
ferred. Hundreds of dollars in prizes, also cash oemmissions.
The News Huge $2,500.00 Salesmanship Club Campaign is undoubtedly the largest)
thing ever attempted in this section of the state, and anyone in this territory may have
a share in it if they are ambitious enough to spend a few minutes of her spare time each
day toward securing of subscriptions to The News.
For Subscription Blanks, Details, Etc., Address - 1
SALESMANSHIP CLUB MANAGER, OR PHONE
THE PALATKA DAILY NEWS
SALESMANSHIP CLUB CAMPAIGN
Phone 195 v Phone 195
H. M. de MONTMOLLIN
President
S. Mct'ORMICK K
Traffic Mgr.

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