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SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921
INTERLACHEN NEWS. The spring exodus is well under wayv and another fortnight will find most of our winter homes closed for the season. Last Thursday Mr. nnr) Mrs. W. 0. Edmunds, Miss Harriet Edmunds, Mr. and Mrs. Malcy and Mr. and Mrs. D. McLean all left on the morning (pain, all planning to re turn to Interlachen next winter. Tuesday of this week Mrs. A. Weber and Miss Martha Weber started on weir homeward lournev to Port rh ter, N. Y., Mr. .and Mrs. H. King and their daughter Marion left for their nome in the New Hampshire hills, ana Mrs. bcoville for her summer nome in New Haven. A very pretty farewell nart.v w Sunday school class of wee tots was given Saturday afternoon in the park by Miss Marian' King. The little ioiks enjoyed every minute, for Miss Marian is a very capable entertainer as well as teacher. A table was at ..otu.B, Bjireau under the trees in the park, and the dainty refreshments of ice cream and cake were served tnere. The many friends of Mr. Chas. Biscoff who removed from here to Missouri several years ago, will be interested to know that cards have Deen received announcing the mar riage of their daui!-htrr ai,u, Mr. George Dye, on April sixth. Miss uiauya has a host of friends here and also in Palatka, where she attended high school, who will unite in wishing ... an possmie happiness and pros perity. The freight wreck at the still Sat urday afternoon caused considerable commotion, and more or less confu sion in delivery of mails up t . Mon day morning, when the track was re paired sufficiently to permit trains to pass over it. Fortunately no one was injured, but seven cars were derailed several upset and the track demolish ed for some distance. , Mrs. S. J. Townsend has returned zrom a very pleasant visit with Mrs . , uruce war Bostwick r ...Mr.S- E- D- LothnP entertained the U iu.t,Monary society of the Congrega .UnU L-nurcn t riday afternoon. The janernoon was devoted to study of -$home missions, and during the social hour following the meeting the ladies were served iced fruit cup and fruit & Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaeffer left iasi ween lor their fnrm. Glidden, Wis., to attend to property ,mwiS mere, out will return soon "eir son, William, with ms tannly, has come in from the ,arm and will take care of their vil Pge residence and livestock during HKir aosence. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Albert SA.aff.. heir sons Edward and Wilfred, and pac-K Johnson, who made the trip ferland from Minnesota in their car , , hi iaii, started ear v Mnn,lt, jg on their return journey to Ashby, Jnn. They travel very comfortably their big toruing car with trailer rtacned ,Mrs. J. M. Jones is in St. Augustine guest ot tin: John London and Miss inaon, while attending th i?; i uncil and celebration in the Ancient Rev. S. J. Townsend has received t sad news of the tragic death of on Kiddle, who, with his aged mo ( jr. spent last winter season here. . 1 moved to the far west iri the ing. The unfortunate young man p nuing on a bicycle, down I losing control of the wheel, was onn on, Breaking his neck and kill ,,nim instantly. - - i" V ; niiip LEGION TO STAY OUT OF CAPITAL AND LABOR ROWS At their regular meeting in the new hall over the Citv Driiir Sta the following resolutions were read and adopted by Bert Hodze Post No. 45 American Legion on Thursday nis'nt.- , Capital and Labor. 1 Resplver: That we the members of Bert Hodge Post No. 45 Department of Florida American Legion hereby go on record as being absolutely neu tral on all questions arising between capital and labor. Be it further Resolved, That we will not take part as an organization for or acainst any strike so long as the rights of the general public are not infringed upon by either participant. Be it further Resolved, that con'iea nf thia -reman- lution be published in the daily news papers. Condemnation of Judge Billingsly's Action. ivesoiveo, inac we, the members of kadi.. , . x o ..r.. . - f! . No- 45 American: AVAILABLE SHORTLY ueK'on, ao nereDy condemn the ac-1 w. u- i a , . . . . . tion of Ju,!. .T. T ," Im- i ash!nEton- AP"' 14A" e of ,solJ vi ! x41l.IHHl.nnil runrrVi f 1 1 J mi, Florida, in addressing the Rt'l. v" , . ""- Tojci..,vn t i?i -j 1L : lu uear o per cent interest and to sell Legislature of Florida on the ques- at nBr wi D ... ' tion of the bonus by the State with- . , ; n j , Ii3 4,1,,; 1113, Legion and represent the department j of Florida as being against the cash bonus only. Be it further i Resolved, That copies of this reso lution be mailed to our Senators and Representatives and ' to Mr. Busto, the author of the bonus bill now be fore the legislature and that copies of same be published in the local pa pers Appreciation for Piano. Resolved, .That we, the members of Bert Hodge Post No. 45 American Legion do hereby express our sincere appreciation to the good ladies of Pa latka for their great generositv in presenting our Post with a magnifi cent piano. Be it further Resolved, That. a copy of this res olution be presented to both Mrs. C. E. Rowton and Mrs. H. A. Atwater who inaugurated the idea and that copies be printed in the daily papers. BEGIN SURVEY ON ROAD KEY WEST TO MIAMI Miami, April 14 Countv Engineer Hobart Crabtree Wednedav j the survey of a road to connect Dade county with Monroe at Cards Sound, it will traverse Cards Sound arfd join the Key Largo road and is intended ultimately to become a link of a pro posed Key West-Miami highway. out first having ascertained the sen iment of each and every post in the State. We feel that this was a cross presumption of authority and of the trus reposed in him as Department Comander of the State. It having been our understanding at the Tampa convention that Judge Billingsly was by the convention authorized to go be fore the national convention nf h issue ot bonds since the supreme court upheld the farm loan act. 1IT A we sincKiy guarantee our work and material. Our policy is "no cure no pay." Buick Sales and Service Station '( Ho initiation fees, no dues, no stockholder no profits except to members. To cooper re la to eon -doot rounclf so others oen work with you. pm-THUS KXCHANGElif t)OTH CROOK WOKKED I FORD HATERS FOR PILE jmont, Tex., April 14Pr:,ni-i; ,if, who gave his address as Wash hti n n ... . us arrested by de fes here today after he had col li several hundred dollars from mojrt and Port Adthur Jews for ne told his victims, in a nation light against Henry Ford. confession, police said Kline tea having operated in New is, bhreveport, Lake Charles lier cities in the south, and that fections amounted to about $10 D SPLENDID SERVirp- in Heights Mission church had f prayer meeting in the new last night. There were twen present This regarded a a Mid start on the right path. said he would like to make but he had been so wicked he "y Wn't He said he intended to v r. Praise the Lord. E. M. C. . 4 jp. DO IT." 3-9-tf r : Strictly guarantee our d materia!. It find a detect in nil hi- to our guarantee. Sales and Service Station WHAT IS PROGRESS ? PROGRESS IS ADVANCEMENT We have among the progressive Lawyers. Doctors, Politicians Merchant, the one who can do th. b? ScT pr ci of ncKis'l to conform with the reduction in the income of the WAGE EARNERS We are glad to say this was always OUR POLICY and as a result we have built up a large and successful business. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS AND YOU WILL SEE WHY WE ARE ALWAYS BUSY Cannon's Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) PHONE TWO-SEVEN Special Today Cash Only . V best Creamery Butter, 1 pound prints 60c Sugar Cured Skinned Hams, (whole or half) pound 35c Florida Pig Pork Hams, pound 3oc Florida Pig Pork Shoulders, pound 25c Spare Ribs "nr , Florida Pork Chops - - if ' Florida Steak , "2V S Florida Beef Roasts f: f Victory Steak (all meat, no bone) - - x. - 25c h Kingans Breakfast Bacon; by the strip, 4 and 6 lb. arg. 35c lb Fresh Country Eggs - . . S 4Ca Fancy Fowl and Fryers, dressed to order. GEORGIA PURE PORK SAUSAGE-SMOKED COUNTRY STYLE, SPARE RIBS BACK BONE "HASTINGS" PURE PORK SAUSAGE, . SMOKED SAUSAGE HEAD CHEESE FRANKS Largest Variety of Fresh Vegetables in the City QUALITY CLEANLINESS SERVICE PHONE TWO-SEVEN WILL INVITE HARDING TO REVIEW OF FLEET Washington, April 15 Secretary Denby will invite President Harding to review the Atlantic fleet at sea off the Virginia Capes when the fleet comes north, about May 1. Admiral Wilson's force will leave Guantana mo about April 25 and will break up off the capes, the individual ships go ing to their home yards for repairs. PALATKA ENGINEERS AT ST. AUGUSTINE MEETING The regular meeting of the St. Augustine Chapter, American Asso ciation of Engineers, was well at- We do expert and dependable In. bricating, using only first quality lubricants. BUICK SALES AND SERVICE STATION tended and proved a pleasant and in. teresting meeting to all in attend ance. Peter, Kendrick, president, pre sided. Among the out of town members were Charles Benson, who is a mem. ber of the State Road Engineering department ot Bunnell: H. N. Kirk man, engineer for the Luten Bridge company of Palatka, and John H. Randolph, city engineer of Palatka; Mr. Benson spoke on thp nrlvon tages of the Borrow-diteh road construction over the Borrow pit method. Mr. Randolph was introduced to the members of, the chapter as a new member and spoke briefly, outling his connections with different engi neering concerns and the mrlr n which he had taken part of recent years. Among the important pieces of. construction he mentioned a J300,- uw sewer system m Savannah, Ga., and a $500,000 sewer and water sys. tern in Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. Ran dolph was assistant to the chief engk neer of the 28th division, United states Army, and ranked as captain .during 1017 to 1919.' This chapter is glad to welcome Captain Randolph as a' member of tha A.; A; E, and it proud to have men of his calibre on tne roll. bt. Augustine Record. ' j You Cannot See a Good Oil - it Wrif k011 saIelsmJan set ut six samples in 4 oz. bottles before the dealer, an experienced oil man. I hat one s the best by far," said the dealer. a , jhe 011 1 salesman broke the seal on the bottle and drank the beautiful contents of corn syrup must Tr T0t SEE r FEEL 3 gd 0iI' yon Drain your car refil with SUNOCO. PALATKA RANGER MOTOR"CO OLIVER BROS. CHAS. SMITH P. C. O'HAVER MOTOR OIL Made by the Sun Co., of Philadelphia, who make taore than armlhon and a half gallons of lubricating oils per week. "mm IIHIWMITMlfBgmBBMMBMnwm m NEW MANAGEMENT I HAVE PURCHASED THE PUTNAM BARBER SHOP and will conduct it on the same high plane as under former man agement, and solicit the continued patronage of the public. S. J. DENMARK Florida East Coast Ry. Southbound 11:45 A M TRAINS 6:40 P M I JZZZZZI lAr'Palatka 10:40 AM: ' .V' 11.1 6:30 PM FLAGLER SYSTEM Condensed Schedules For further information see the Ticket A.enl DEPARTURES FROM EAST PALATKA Effecive April 5, 1921 arorthbomaa 29 and 3(1 MrAMT TUP a t r. -i r.J?V HI1. n i . "wi iBiij, r. j. ia. an Hiops. tuoacnes and Broiler Buffet Par lor Car). The dayliEht locals between Jackson ville and Miami. 6:00 P. M. TRAINS 85 and 86 HAVANA SPECIAL-Daily-c 1:00 p. . ( umy at important stations. (Coaches and Sleepers). The Havana Special between New York and Key West, handles the passenger traffic between the United States and Cuba. Connection made at Key West direct with the P. & O. ships to and from Havana. Dininc Car 11:13 P. M. TRAINS 37 nri ovvv -. t i , ",U" ".uoj. r,Ari,5Sj (:io A. M. Daily. Makes local stops. Buffet Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to Miami. Through Sleeper New York to Miami (via S. A. L. north "of Jackson ville) Through Sleeper Miami to Washington, , Northbound only, A. C. h. north of Jackson ville) BETWEEN PALATKA ANn RAST Pinwi -. - a. illJll J.L l,v. i-aiatua, 11:00 AM; 12:30 PM; 1:40 PM; 4-50 P M Ar. E Palatka 11:20 AM: 12:50 PM: 2:fin P M ctnsii' l.v a. raiatKa 10:20 AM: 11:55 AM? MflPM. s.qk d m. roiauia You are Cordially Invited to Attend the Demonstration of WHITE CREST FLOUR AT THE ECONOMY GROCERY COMPANY One Week, Beginning Monday Cooking Demonstraticns each morning 9 to 12 Dainty Luncheons Served Free Afternoons, 2 to 5:30 Two Sacks of Flour Will be Given Away Free Each Day Ask for Coupons The W. B. Johnson Co., Wholesale Distributors JACKSONVILLE, FLA. v.