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it's Sunday Mornin g, J J, BATTLE PLANS OF CARP DISCOVERED We are Offering for this Week a Fety Hot if f 1 s . iz ' " wit r 11 xnn Vv-M J 1 1 f is - 'it! v i' v. I ft HI rt I A-! - 1 Mi if!' ' BY 2 NTRUDERS Georges' Smile Is Not In Evidence As He Puts" On Speed (By Aoclntril Praia Manhassett, N. Y., June 25. Geor. ges Carpentier waded into two of his sDarrinjr partners and : lambasted th-jm for five rounds this afternoon, His smile was absent and he actually appeared to be working seriously, The workout was private and was witnessed, beside his trainer, Mana jer Deschamps and several members of his party, by one or two who sneak ed in, Indian fashion, through the weeds and laid quietly under the barn Big Paul Journee, his broken nose and black eyes hidden behind a huge mask, came out first. His identity was a puzzle until he started shadow boxing and then his lazy style gave him away. The mask apeared to give Journee courage as he waded into the challenger, swinging both arms Georges contented himself with swing. ing to the body. He hit Journee sev eral times but there was no notice able checking of his blows. They were heavy enough, however, to start Journee to "pulling' and he rested while Chris Arnold, the Buf falo light-weight, worked. Spikes Gibbons in his palmiest days was never more of a phantom than Georges was with Chris. In structed by Manager Deschamps to go fast and punch hard Arnold did his best. He has high speed and can punch but Carpentier's head bobbed so fast and his shift was so quick that the Buffalo lad was unable to connect. The best he could do was to r find Carpentier's ear with his left, but this blow slid off and did not ap pear tohurt. After two rounds Chris retired in favor of Journee, who after attempting in vain to find the chal lenger with his left let Arnold come iback again. The latter worked two imore rounds, but was unable, as in ls first, to land, on Georges. When it was over and Deschamps was re moving Georges' gloves, he patted him on the back and told him he was the next world's champ ion. This - workout may hare revealed the secret of what Georges will do jvhen iiu meats Dempsey next Satur day: A defensive game and an at- fettipt to keep away from Dempseys yillops until he sees a chance to con tact with his right this, in a nut- Vlli may be the challenger's bat- plans. . r jj" , Dempsey Puts In 'Hard Vj, i ': J , H" AHHoolntM! 1'reKK) Atlantic City, ' June 25. After a 4jliour lay off to celebrate his 2Gth ftHday, Jack Dempsey swung back tb his training grind today, work- i for forty-five minutes under a iiing sun and before the critical a of a group of foreign newspaper respondents. Dempsey perspired ,hro!uerh ten rounds of actual work. Ilihpugh he only boxed six rounds. rlpH foreign journalists were much tjpfessed with Dempsey's size and tfength. After watching him work ey agreed that he striped wonder- lly and was well trained, but they were unable to pass judgement on his Boxing ability as they realize Demp tjy did not work at his best this af ternoon. at Prices you Cannot Afford to Thin Ice Tea Glasses, $1.50 value for $1.25 for a set of 6 , - Ice Tea Glasses, $1.25 value for 95c for a set of 6. Thin Blown Water Glasses, 75c value, 65c for a set of 6. A good large Ice Water Pitcher, $1.50 val ue for $1.15. Water Coolers and Ice Cream Freezers 20 per cent off regular price. Bread Boxes from $1.35 to $1.65. We have a complete line of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases greatly reduced. Bed and Living Room Suits from $100.00 to $225.00. Walnut Bed Room Suits from $98 to $226. RYAN - BROTHERS Overlook 3 1 PALATKA FM STATE'S LOSS !IU FIRE AT CMP IS PHILIPS Jacksonville, June 25. The state of Florida sustained little actual loss in the million and a half dollar fire Wednesday which destroyed the road department's warehouse at Camp Johnson, according to Judge Henry B. Philips, chairman of the depart ment. Judge Philips said today the bulk of the property destroyed was that received from the United States department of agriculture to which lepartment the articles were turned over by the war department. Much motor equipment and spare parts and road building machinery wis ruined ! but the state road department had only paid the freight on it. I FLDR i S S TWO MORE: ONE IS KILLED (By AHuolntrd Prvu) Ocala, June 25. J. C. Cannington was shot and almost instantly killed at Orange Lake today by A. L. Par ker, who surrendered and was brought to the county pail here. The shooting took place at Cannington's home and, according to Parker's statement to the authorities, resulted from trou ble over land he had rented to Cannington. second shattering his left forearra Daniels surrendered to Sheriff Jones immediately. Daniel at one time was associated in buisness with Jackson. Another at Tallahassee Tallahassee, June 25. H. J. Jack son, local lumber man, was shot and seriously wounded at his home here Friday night by W. F. Daniels, for merly of Jacksonville, one pistol bul let entering his abdomen and the Baseball Results NATIONAL LEAGUE At Philadelphia 4-4; New York 9-17 At Brooklyn, 2 Boston,-1. At Cincinnati, 2; Chicago, 6. At St. Louis, 7-2; Pittsburgh, 4-5. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston, 2-3; Philadelphia, 3-4. At New York, 4; Washington, 6. At Chicago, 6; Detroit, 7. At Cleveland, G; St. Louis, 10. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At New Orleans, 3; Birmingham, 0 At Chattanooga, 7; Memphis, 5. At Atlanta, 4; Nashville, 2. At Mobile, 4; Little Rock, 10. HEYDLER GIVES OFFICIAL j STANDING IN NATIONAL j New York, June 25. The official j standing of the National League j cIuIb up to and -including . games .of yesterday ' was ' ' announced " today ' by I President Heylder as follows: .: W L ." PC Pittsburgh":.:.' .:...:....4o 'w .677 New York 33 27 .550 Boston 33 27 .550 St. Louis 31 30 .508 Brooklyn 31 33 484 Chicago 26 31.440 Cincinnati ,,.....24 36 Philadelphia ...18 41 TO SEFK ANTI LYNCHING LAWS Detroit, June 25. A mass meeting tomorrow afternoon will open the twelfth annual conference of the Na tional Association for the Advance ment of the Colored People.. Anti Lynching legislation is the chief topic to be discussed. 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 sale by J. H. Haughton. WANTED To correspond with an unencumbered widow lady not over 35 years old Protestant. Address P. O. Box 130, Palatka, Fla. 6-24-3t service. WANTED Salesmanager to take charge of field work, manage crew, and acquire interest in paying busi ness. Investigation ' solicited. Call 5 to 7 p. m., New King Hotel, room 4. June 24-2t. Putnam Barber Shop. Children's hair cutting, street. S. J. Denmark. Ladies' sad 214 Lmira 5-5-tf FOE RENT Five room fiat with bath; all modern improvements; best location in city. Inquire at Jacob son's Popular Dry Goods and Shoe Store, or at 3000 N. 3rd street 6-24-6 FOR'- SALE 1918 Ford hiring r a bargain. S. J. DENMARK, Putnam Barber SEmp. FOR SALE Furaitajji room house. Consist room, dining room, bdro cnen. Must be sold M-' leaving town. Can be v Oak street S Florida East Goasl' FXAGLER SYSTEM Conde Fr farther Ufr tmtti Schedalei CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT Furnished house on Palatka Heights. Bight . on brick road. Rent $25.00. Apply 505 Lemon street, Saturday; v.. .::r : ; 6-25-lt LOST Gold, closed faced watch, with my name, F. L. Burch, in back. Lost near Tenth and Madison streets Friday. Finder please return to me at Southern Utilities Co. Liberal re ward. 6-25-2t FOR RENT Five-room flat on N. Eleventh street, near Main. Phone 162-W. 6-22-tf We have several good used Buicks for sale. Thoroughly mechanically overhauled, . painted and Bold with our vvritten guarantee. Will consid er trades on good small cars. BUICK SALES AND SERVICE STATION. "' June 23-4t. FOUND One stray mare mule, -1 i, i J, y- I auuiu niurievn years oqi. uwner can ,400 'obtain particulars of same: by apply 305 tog to Chief of Police Fennell . ff-25-3t STATE LEAGUE 6; Orlando, 3. FLORIDA At Daytona, 'At Lakeland, 5; Jacksonville, 7. At Tampa, 4; St. Petersburg, 4 ; Called end seventh, rain. RAINS GREAT BENEFIT TO GROWING CORN CROPS Rains which have fallen during the last few days have been of splendid benefit to growing crops in this sec tion, especially corn. Growing cane has also been greatly benefitted, and those who put in good acreages of tnis product expect a big yield. Have You Tried Our Bread? If you have not, try it and see for your self how good it is. Hot rolls from n a. m. to 7 p. m. daily. v i, I Recommend ' T .., VELVET "The World's Best Flour" ' ' Because, on investigation, I find it is made of the highest grade pure winter wheat, and is milled in such a way that it retains all its nat ural food value. W. F. SAPP FOR, KENT Three. -nice, . comr fortable rooms,, unfurnished. lichts and bath.' Apply 608 N. 5th -St. 6-16-Gt Try Putnam Barber Shop for good nKPAIITlllKS KHOM HAST PALATKA E(tcc.'ve April S, 1021 k 6:00 P. M. TRAINS 29 and 30 MIAMI LOCAI-Dailv-MaiJ all stops. (Coaches and Broiler Buffet Parlor Car.i The daylight locals between Jacksonville and Miami t 6:00 P. M. TRAINS 5 and 86 THE HAVANA SPECIALS I Stops only at Important stations. (Coaches anil' Slepers). The Havana Social between New York " and Key West. Through sleepers. New York and c" Key West, Jacksonville and Kev West, Jacksonvillt t ami Miami. Handles the passenger traffic between the United States and Cuba. Connection made at Key Si West direct with V. & O. ships to and from Havana t Dininff Car. 11:13 P. M. TRAINS 37 and 38 KEY WEST EXPRESS rn.iir-1 Mitkis local stops. Ruffet sleeping cars Jacksonville nmt Miami: Through sleepers New York and Key West, one via A. C. L. and one via S. A. L. north ot Jacksonville. BETWEEN PALATKA AND EAST PALATKA Lv. Palatka, 11:00 A M; 12:30 P M; 1:40 PM; 4:50 PM; Ar. E Palatka 11:20 A M; 12:60 P M; 2:00 P M; 5:10 P M; Lv E. Palatka 10:20 A M; 11:65 A M; 1:10 P M; 3:35 P m'; Ar. Palatka 10:40 AM; 12:15 PM; 1:30 PM: 3:55 PM; A Ir CHICHESTER S PILLS W-fTv TUB lIAMONI BRAND. A aoutcB t ark your vmi Cblh.tr Ulanonc I'tlli to lied and Void boxes, staled wrth Blu Mner. it or f ab 4!HW?KAskfo!'l"-)'IEM-Tiai. "lAHiwnw huahu riUS, for SS yearsknownasBcjt.Sifest.AlTrtwRi.linriii. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHER: Reho-Pasfe For Indolen Leg Ulcers, Hemorrhoids. Sanitary Bakery Palatka s New and Best Bakery 7io LEMON STREET 100 Per Cent. Reduction on Standard Automobile Tires ;; We are closing out our stock of Automobile Tires at prices listed below, which are far below manufacturers' cost price. These tires are not seconds, but are guaranteed firsts. We have only a few sizes left, and as; long as they last we will sell them at these redicu lously low prices. 31 x 4 Portage $15.00 32 x $y2 Blackstone ::..$i5.oo,v 33 x 4 Portage..f3...fit..-..;,,l.j20.oo ,1 Z Ask Your Druggist pi H Se tiu epi col foi sit Because Iaraafi rm believer I m ir: pure, wholesome foods, v also satisfied customers,, recommend ELVE1 The World's Best Flour Dr pe Ee I lei r Cm $ wi no of Ith. S. G. eOBURNi Florida Grocery Company Palatka, Florida .' ' ' Itel o sh tie t re HQ DEMPSEY OR bARPENTIER n Dempsey-Carpentier 5 Fight Bulletins BY SPECIAL LEASED WIRE" I : Giving complete and rWai'i I f, i . -viuuvu av,v.uum tills PTeat lntprnatinol 1 fc o v...ul4Uimj uuui iur 111c world's championship, during the progress of each round. I' HI) WELL Ci....i t . theatre o'diuTmyy July znd t p. w hi nllk !' 'r: - ,? ftr " -t-' ';' -:' - -' : ; '