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"IS FDR SlMSOil ARRIVAL 0': (Br Auuclated Pitnl si New York, June 20. There will be two receptions for Admiral William IS. Sims when lie arrives here Wed nesday on the Olympic. One will be laudatory; the other the exact opposite. Irish sympathizers, who had plan ned what is vulgarlarly known as a "razz berry" for Sims because of liis "jackass" speech in London, will be offset by a group of citizens who will greet thet admiral with lauda tions. Caspar Whitney, former editor of Outing, today announced plans for Hie lauratory welcome, which will be staged at the pier of quarantine, de pending upon where Situs leaves the Whip. The Irish sympathizers will be led by Major Michael A. Kelly. On the Olympic also will be Wash ington D. Vanderlip, American min ing engineer, returning from Rus sia, where he" negotiated for huge concessions: with the soviet govern ment on a previous trip. To Land on Bare Pier . tBy, .Annoclatvd Pro.) New" York, June 20.-When the Olympic, ori which Admiral Sims is1 returning to this country by order of Secretary Denby docks Wednes day it will be at Bare pier. Officials of the line decided today after a conference with port officials to exclude the public "to avoid dem onstration." There have been many reports that proponents and oponents of the Ad miral's London speech in which he dwelt on Irish-Americans were plan ning demonstrations of opposite na ture. The pier will be heavily policed. Troubled for Ten Years If you suffer pains and aches dur ing the day and sleep-disturbing bladder weakness by night feel tired, j nervous and run down, the kidneys and bladder need to be restored to ' healthy and regular action. J. T. Osburn, R. F. D. No. 1, Lucasville, 0., writes: "I had kidney trouble fof ten years. I tried many remedies Fashionable Engraving THE PALATKA NEWS is prepared to furnish up-to-date engraved printing, product of the finest artists in the country, at reasonable figures. Calling Cards Wedding Invitations Reception Cards Engraved Favors for Card Parties There is distinction in the invitation you send out as well as the hospitality you offer. STYLES AND SAMPLES SUBMITTED ON REQUEST The Palatka News High Class Commercial and Social Printing Year's Round of Red Tape All for Six Mills . Nuremberg. An ,. automobile carrying the license No. 11 B 488' passed through the .town . of Scnwabaeh last November .without paying the toll of 40 pfennigs (uonpally eight cents, but at the present rate of ex change three-fifths of one cent). Unable to ascertain who owned the car, the Schwabach police chief reported to the German ministry of tjie Interior, which turned the matter .over to the Bavarian foreign minis ter. Then the report went through Munich police depart ment, the Schwabach board f aldermen, and a score of hands to the agricultural council of the Palatinate, which found that the automobile belonged -to the state of Bavaria and therefore was, not subject to the Schwa bach municipal toll. On January 20, last, the Schwabach town government was informed of the result of an investigation that- had last ed more than one year. And all about 40 pfennigs. Cutting Him Short. "I've been told," began the garrulrfX;, man. "Stop right there." Interrupted Mr. Grumpson. "What's the matter!" "There's nothing the matter. It's my personal opinion that nobody would tell you anything of Importance, and I have no time to listen to trivial ties." WISE PROVISION "Why are you buying gasoline ev ery few days? . Don't cook with It, eh 7" "No. I want to. get a oar tome time, but it's no use getting one un til I've saved enough gas to fun It a while." but they did me no good. I took Fo ley Kidney Pills and they helped me so much that now I am -well." Don't delay. For sale by J. H. Haughton We are proud of the confidence doc tors, druggiKikd the public have id 666 Chill aitSyjler Tonic. HARb ;FlHTi PREDICTED, fltf j;i no RANKS OF LABOR UNION flj (Continued irom'PageVj what was. described as "a sounder ba- t ' i' '" ; ' ' . ' V - ' " K. sip. fjjr :jwci social . life as,'. a" . whole?! were among the matters that came before the federation today. These various subjects were discussed and action taken while action off the floor was considering the announcement of John Lv Lewis as candidate's for the presidency of the association. To find a "sounder basis"' for our social life as a whole" the conven tion instructed the executive council to investigate the "manner in which wages are fixed with a view to get ting a better basis than the cost of living for determining wage scales." The convention instructed the ex- An Advertisement Helped Her. Mrs. Lucille Mackey, 16 Buena Vis ta St., Washington. Pa., writes: "Last winter my 3-year-old girl caught a bad cold which left her with a dry cough. It bothered her most at night and she would cough until she vomit ed. I think she must have had whoo ping cough. I saw an advertisement for Foley's Honey and Tar. I tried it and bought two bottles and her cough left her before she finished the second bottle. She haa gotten awful ly thin, but now she is as fat as ever." For Bale by J. H. Haughton. ecutive council tdftfika stepg to op pose any' legislation by cdngress that would tend to weaken or destroy the department ' of " laoor. The . proposal now pending to establish a 'depart ment of social-welfare- wag attacked as a part of a campaign to destroy the department of labor. . A resolution, was adopted pledging the federation against all efforts to destroy the United States department of agriculture. Resolutions disapproving the second class mail zone rates and in increase to be effective July 1 were adopted. A report of the executive council disapproving plans to prohibit lobby ing at Washington was adopted. The convention favored a system of reg istration of lobbyists. Rub-My-Tism h a- powerful anti septic. Cures infected cuts, bid sore, tetter, etc. . - s k'$yi ads tell where to fcuy ; Zona's Transfer THAT TRANSFERS Baggage, Furniture and General Hauling Service Our Motto W. H. Zorn Phone 56 "Let B. & B. DO IT." 3-- Reho-Paste For Stiff Joints Sprains, Strains Ask Your Druggist Say, Folks! DRINK HYTONE Its Just the drink for this hot weather. . Order a bottle or a case today. On sale at all diink stands. Atlantic Grocery Company Wholesale Distributors 1HP JT; PALATKA, FLORIDA w IVe tried tliem al but give me a Camel I'm through experimenting. No more switching. No more trying this and that. It's Camels for me every time. They're so refreshing! So smooth! So mellow mild! Why? The answer is Camels exclusive expert Ciena or cnoice iurkish ana Domestic tobaccos. There's nothing like it No other cigarette you can buy gives you the real sure-enough, all-day satisfaction that comes from the Camel blend. Camel is the quality cigarette. pllSi Give Camels a trvout Buv a nack torlav. Oprvmir iri&mKSrt 1 miormanon nrsi nana. xou'U tie to Camels, too. " l r K. J. REYNOLDS Tobacco C. Win.tou.54W, N.C EARNEST'S REDUCTION SALE Hundreds have taken advantage of our big Reduction Sale No one should miss this Bargain Event, if in need of any Dry Goods, Read To Wear or Household Goods. READY TO WEAR Look Over This List Fine Organdy and Voile Waists, worth up to $3.95, special Sale $1.45 Emb. Voile and Georgette Waists worth up to $7.50, special sale $4.95 Sport Coats, Suits and Skirts, Half Price Dark Wool Skirts on sale at Half Price. Silk Dresses, worth $20.00 on, sale $9.45 Silk Dresses, worth $25.00 on sale $14.45 Silk Dresses, worth $35.00 on sale $18.45 Voile and Organdy Summer Dresses All worth to $14.50 on sale at $ 8.45 All worth to $18.50 on sale at $10.45 All worth to $2.5.00 on sale at ....'. $15.45 All worth to $35.00 on sale at $18.45 Childrens Organdy and Voile Dresses Yt off. Childrens Fine Gingham Dresses 20 per ct. off. Boys Mothers Friend Suits Yt off. Bungalow Aprons at Half Price. All Silk Underwear 15 per cent off. All Sweaters at Sacrifice Prices Don't fail to see them. DRY GOODS At Big Bargain Prices 36 inch Silk Poplin $1.25 value now.-... 85c 25 per cent off on all Mallinsons Silks, Voiles and Crepes. 36 inch Best Percale, special yd 25e 40 inch Fancy Voiles yd 25e 35 inch Linen Finish Suiting yd 89 50c Fine Fancy Voiles yd S9e 75c Fine Fancy Voiles yd 59e Fine Emb. Voiles $1.00 value for 79e 36 inch Fine White Voile 35c 36 inch Imported Linen $1.50 value.., $1.00 36 inch Novelty Suiting $1.50 value 95c 44 inch Imported Ratine $1.45 value 75c 82 inch Imported Checked Zephyr 79c $1.00 value Silk Shirting ' 79c 80 inch Fast Dotted Swiss $1.25 value 95c 3!)e value Nainsook . : 29c 45c value Nainsook 35c 50c value Nainsook 42c 65c value Nainsook 50c 39c value Long Cloth 29c Watch These' One Hour Sales Today Tuesday I Today Tuesday 42x36 Pillow Cases each 19c Limit 6 to a Customer. 9 to io A. M. Best Apron Gingham yd 12c Limit 10 yards to Customer 2 to 3 P. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS One lot Dish Towels ioc values doz. 90c One lot 18x36 Huck Towels, 19c value pair 29c One lot 20x44 Huck Towels. 29c value pair 45c One lot 21x40 Heavy Bath Towels 65c value pair 99c One lot 20x38 Heavy Bath' Towels 39c vajue pair 59c One lot 42x36 Pillow Cases, 45c value pair 65c One lot 72x90 Sheets (seamless) $1.65 value each $1.29 20 per cent Discount on all Curtain Goods and Bed Spreads. EARNEST CO. Open 8:30 A,M. Close O P.M. We Close 1 P. M. Thursdays '