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PALATKA DAILY NEWS
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STAGE BALL GAME
I NEXT FRIQAY
FIGHT OVER PAY
Full-blown baseball phcnoms among,
tl..-. ii-mnhiTs of the Rotary Club will'
Baton Rouge, La., May 10. Fol
lowing a session lasting far into the
night and enlivened by four personal
encounters among the delegates, the
constitutional convention late last
night adopted an ordinance providing
$15 per day for the state's legisla
tors. The present pay is' $5 per day.
TO BE RESUMED
With Bunnell here today and St.
Augustine tomorrow, baseball fans
put on spangles next Friday afternoon will be able to see two good games
and play a game for ( apilal Removal in Palatka this week. It was not an-
Champumsh.p at the oau vara, xneie nouneeu umu uue - . four fights staged during the proceed-1 to give a wider fteld from which post
will be charge at the gate, which will .noon that a game had been arranged thc brents being separated ,matters may be chosen.
the cost of w "u,,m'"' "" -' , in each case before the fights progress
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, ternoon with a great ueal of antic-! . . .
local ! and all baseball fans of Palatka know
Apalaehicola, Fla., May 10. Form
ayon of a company of Columbus, Ga.,
and Florida men to operate steamers
on the Flint, Apalaehicola, Chipola
and Chattahoochee rivers, has a local
interest, in that the boats which for-
I merly did service here will again be
President ! operated. The plans call for the in-
$100,000, and the employment of the
available steamers, with several oth
ers to be brought into use.
5 White barbers at thc Putnam
Illy I nllcil
4. in 1 r.
Wilson's order for selection of first,! auguration of a service in which sev
seeond and third class nostmasters I eral vessels well-known here will be
under civil service reouirements was I put on the regular runs again, calling
lamage was caused by tne modified today by President Harding
at this and other points for freight
and passengers. It is understood that
swing open at 4:W,
junibo peanuts, blonde cigars
scarlet nop will be on thc losers.
Instead of being required to select j
the plans call for a capitalization of
their teams last night, and the gal
axy of stars assembled on each side
indicates that there will be something
doing every minute, even if it isn't
The Rod, headed by Captain Jar-!
rett, will line-up as follows: pitchers,
H. M. Fearnside anil doode Guerry;
catchers, Jimmy Spencer and Jack
Randolph; first basers. Herb Yelver-
ton and Louis Kalbfield: second bas
ers, Jack Blake, and Joe Haugton;
third base's, Bert .Tarrett and Ed
Earnest; short stoppers, Ed Ferrell
and Doc Hcdick; outfielders, Charley
Hudson, Walter Tilghman, Carl Da
vis. H. E. Merrvdav and II. M. tie
The Blues, under the leadership of
General Julius McCrocklin, former
star bat boy in the Corn Droper's
League, will line up as follows: pitch
ers, Neal Kilkman and Howell Davis;
catchers, A. W. Houston and Herbert
Wilson; first basers, Arthur Corcor
an and Howard Gardner; second bas
ers, F. E. Waymcr and Fred Merrill
and Earnest Mohley; third basers, Ju
lius McCrocklin and Arthur Selle;
shortstoppers, Doc. Warren and John
ny Murphy; fielders, Morris Coch
rane, Walter Hi'.liard, Earnest Row
ton, Sam Browning and George Hilty.
It is the purpose to pick the best
players from these two teams and then
challenge the Ocala, Gainesville, San
ford, Orlando, St. Augustine and Day-
tona Rotary clubs to a match game,
catch as catch can.
1 the candidate standing highest in a ! 4,f igi:5 Jonia street, a cripple, who
civil service examination for any spe-; oneratos a newsstand at Laura and
boys are determined to have revenge , them by their reputation if not other- citic postmastersnip, tne auinmisira-, r o.u, o,
Saints for their defeat of last wise. It has already been said that n may under today s order, give tneu.ome, . 1. ,r 1
.v..,.l: Tb,. ,-iimr. promises to be oneHW ,l(.f,.:,t..,l P.-ilnlku last Thursday place- to anv one of the three at the I''iee m .0140.. ........j. .
of the hardest fought contests on the 'and that it was not pleasing to the head if the qualified list.
:oeai diamond 01 tne season. iupuun , local Hoys to nave sucn an aj;gieg.i-
So their only hope
1 trim for the came and states that of rrvoivj-e lies 111 the forthcoming
he has not been in better shape this game tomorrow. And the belief is, JacKsonvuie, iuay iv.-i.Hiiig i.. ,at forsym aim i-auru Mrcew. n.ir
season. ! prevalent among the fans here that;"' Sunday morning for Pablo Beach o met with an accident some years
No announcement has been made j this opportunity for revenge will not accompanied by two boy friends, Roy ago and since has not been able to
for the battery against Bunnell this be passed up. 'Heartel. aged 19, son of Mrs. Heartel.Uvnlk.
afternoon, but it will probably be :
ipation and pleasure, for the
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leader of the Reds. Champion Julius
McCrocklin immediately accepted the
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urn, .i.u-i !". u .- . iBarstow has been getting his arm in!tion defeat them
lit" W.i UUtuiMii ' " ' '""J
Tile two peerless leader; announced
County and city authorities are at-
Itr-mntinL' to locate the young man.
CUIPPLEI) NEWS1E MISSING ; Heartel is well known in this city,
i FROM HIS HOME IN JAXT. us onoratod his stand
nn A t
ase Ban i oaay i
Bunnell vs. Palatka
St. Augustine vs. Palatka
Come Two Best Games of the Season
Lepper and Larzo. j
Bunnell makes its appearance on
the local ball lot as an unknown qual-!
ity, for nothing has been heard from
the team, what they have done, who
they have played or anything else of
them. However, they have several :
very good players on the team and
should put up a strong fight. ' ;
Nothing need be said about the
striped Saints from the Ancient City. '
Their fame has spread far and widei
The Next Time YOU Order;
Flour be Sure and Specify j
'The World's Best Flour"
On Sale at Your Grocer's
The Prices of
The chairman o a club in nn Indi
ana city was introducing die speaker
of the evening. After announcing the
lmuie of the lecturer and her subject,
the chairman in conclusion said :
"Last year we went in debt on ac
count of our lectures and so this year
we decided that we ould have
Say it in the want ada.
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CtpjTifihl 1 920. The House ol Kuppcnhcimct
This Season Are Based on Present Market Conditions
Two lots in Palatka Heights in front of j
Flynn property. Fine shade and view. Offered
at a bargain. Cash or terms. j
H. M. DcMONTMOLLIN, m
Palatka, Fla. IM
$ a i f
$35.00 to $50.00 Buys a Suit That Sold for
$60 to $80 Last Year
Palm Beach Suits, the Better Kind, $16.50
Walk-Over Shoes $7.50 to $11
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