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VALATKA DAILY NEJn ,., Sunday Morning, June 2b; You Should ome iieasons ion Kange Why Purchase a Detroit , ..... ,j . iVi ( . t .... i - . i i Jewel "New Way" Gombinat FT It ' -01 It is the simplest and easiest operated Range It is always ready to use with any fuel It is guaranteed to bake perfectlyburning gas, coal or wood, because the oven is constructed in the "new way" pantented plan that does away with oven troubles. It is the most attractive and finest finished range ever placed on the market. It has a four hole cooking top for coal or wood and a four burner sooking top 'or gas-Just like a separate coal or gas range. f ( It has, an exfa-a large baking oven-High, wide and deep enough to bake without crowding. It has no complicated machinery to get out of T- : order It is fool and trouble proof. It is compact in size recjuires no more floor space than an ordinary coal range or a regular style cabinet gas range. It is built from "Kemi-Test" iron Will not rust out and will last a life time. Call and let us demonstrate the labor and fuel saving ability of this Range and be convinced that it is the most practical range for your home Stove and Ranges, Wood, Coal or Gas $35.00 up. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY TEAFF-RAMSEY FURNITURE COMPANY : ! -r:" PALATKA, FLORIDA .'-. .. "A little now and a little now and then. " TITLE FROiM ENGLISHMAN B7 A.Mclatrd Frru) N'ashvUle, June 25. The southern (B, rra.) :.r pi nm, new ioDby St Andrews, June 25. Jock Hutch- i Jnes. fell in his absence in Eng inson, the veteran golfer from Chica- i !and to another Atlanta golfer here go, won for the United States the ' today when Perry Adair, of the Drudi coveted Briflbh open championship Hills Golf Club overwhelmed H R. v ly defeating Roger Wethered, thei- . r , - , . Oxford amateur, 150 strokes to 139 WenZ'er' C'0maI CIub' MemPh,s' in the play off today of their tie for eife'ht up and sly to in the finaI first place. I twas the most sensa-' match of the tournament, tional golf the famous old course has Adair, who won the medal for the ever witnessed. low score with a seventy.four in the Rarely has more thrilling play been; i-r , , . , witnessed than the first round today 'WW round, had been low me- Wliich ended with Hutchinson leading-da!hst three tlmes before in Dixie 1y three strokes after a bitter bat- championship tournaments, but this tie. It was only in the second round was the first time he had survived the that Wethered began to fall behind ; match play. He was at the top ,of badly and after isome troublesome 01 fu , , , . the trame tnrout;n practicallv everv Sloles returned an 82 as against Hut-. nJtv , . , , . ' ' u- . . , , niatch and had no c ose finishes, chinsong excellent tb. Thus, for the second time, the championship has FOUR G AM FS 0 one abroad, the other foreign win- Rn,n' ' ' aer being Aroud Massey. French pro- K.U.A1J 1 H 1 b V E. t K. Sessional in 1907. It 'was the first time ' FOR I OC AL TE AM mu nic inawiy ui tne cnampionsnip that an amatuer and a professional Captain Jackson and his string of have been ocncerned in a 'ial tie Pals leav- thi? morning for a series and it was the third time a tie had of four sanies with Fort Myers in ccure1- Fort Myers and possibly two other . . . games on Friday and Saturday with Jtlf?greSt PrOhl KaiU leither farlstrom Field in Arcadia or in History Pulled PALS HAVE WON 15 OUT OF 20 GAMES PLAYED The Pais are setting a last pacv f r other teams in the state to follo'v. Out of 20 games of baseball played, the local team has won 15. This is an excellent record and one wh-'ch every local fan should be pro! f. These games have not been picked with the weaker teams of the stat-;. but with the stronger loams. Ktoh some of the press agent'n,; f.oK.e of them have had before coniiij here, one would have thought tilat tha Pals were going up aganist class "A" teams but so far these widely heral ded teams have most of them proved fiascos. The Fort Myers tvau: has so f-.r proved far superior to anything stc:i on the local diamond. They vsrp ap parently playing in plan hard luck when they were here for th series of three games. In all nrobabi'ii.v they will give the Pals a '-.;ivy figl t fi-r the majority of t!i e- lo he riayed this week. However there is little Joubht in the minds of local fans that the lo cals will "bring home the baccn" with about three or four victories o their credit. Standing of the Pals Mrs. Kaber Will Plead Insanity In Murder Trial ' (Bjr Auwelatci! Prrwi CTeveland, June 25. Temporary in sanity will be the defense of Mrs. Eva Katherine Kaber when she goes on trial Tuesday for the murder of her husband, Daniel Kaber, Attor ney Paulsen, counsel for Mrs. Kaber, announced today. IN THE CHURCHES. 7:300 a. m. Holy Communica tion. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. ra. Morning prayer and sermon.' ' 8:00 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon. The peoples church. A welcome awaits you., tome and worship with US. .- " -" .;; "':- Rev. J. H,. Webber-Thompson, Rector Wauchula. The four games with Fort fa'atka Vs Played Won Lost Pctg. j St. James Methodist Church. I Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. I m. and 8 p. m. ! Morning subject, "The Secret of jthe Lord." Evening subject, "Go back to Bethel." Sunday school at 0:45 a. m., Ed. -M. Earnest, Supt. Epworth League at 6:45 p. m. Choir practice Friday at 8 p. m. The church is our Father's bouse. Let the men come, take off their coats and feel at home. This church offers its friendship and fellowship to all. J. D. SIBERT, P. C. AT THE GRAND THEATRE A motion picture with a mater theme thannething which merely entertains has been booked for the Grand theater for Mondav in "The Face at Your Window," a suDer-sDe- cial production from the William Fox studios that preaches the sermon of Americanism and relates a story of jwnat nappens when the Bolshevist and the "Red" are allowed to contin j ue working toward their goal of rev jolution with its reign of murder, ar j son and rioting. "The Face at Your Window" is a picture that every true American I should see for it has a tremendous message, besides being absorbing pnoiopiay entertainment containing Attractive Mid-Summer Millinery At Attractive Prices : Let us make you an Organdy Hat Pretty ones at $6.00 each' Hemstitchingiand Picoting Cotton 10c; Silk l21-2c vard MRS. TILLMAN many thrilling scenes and a realistic- j well told story of what would happen u a nea revolution would begin in .Myers will be staged Monday, Tues- Oc-a! Augustine ... rehgo Bunnell Off ir Noiir HJaona y, Wednesday and Thursday. Cio wm tt viicana r- ... , . ....... ,n.;,r,.hn., o 0 15 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 730 300 1000 1000 66G 1000 1000 000 750 (By Aaaoriatrd I'r.u) letters to Manager Fearnside in which New Orleans, June 2a. Swooping he promises the team the very bet F"rt Myers 3 down on six breweries late today, pro- which Fort Mvers can afford ' "And Tampa Cubans 3 liibition agents seized thousands of: while we expect to defeat you" he Tampa Cox's 2 cases and barrels of beer said to con- says, "We want vou to feel as' well Sanford 1 tain more than the prescribed alco- about the defeats as we did when we AVERAGE 20 bmic coniem. According to tne of-; FavPl in vour town" ficer, it was the biggest prohibition: fhe team wnich goe, on this trip1 EGR ECK HAND DROffXS id in the history of the country. w-ith Manairer Fearn.ide r,A r. - Tampa, June 25. Sam Felix, negro Tj . ?7 c" J tain Jacks,ln wi" be composed of the '.' ha"d, ' the at Genevieve, was Jieat waves aenrfa late today when he fell - - auu f,m j , , f;nfh;itri' Mllll'nntt iW-vatt: Pitchers- Bamberger, SanforJ ' " UI ? en r?ute VlOtnam S IVlllllOnS and Elrod; first, vaiari.- ec..nd Peterpbur- Th boat remained Seeking Sea Airs .i Th-- fruit,ess" ori: uuLiiein. ivprspv Krnnmmfl Wn " c : A. , oerices ounuay at .j:3U p. m. The Willing Workers Class will give a social at the church Tuesday evening. Regular services every Sunday ev ening at 8:15. This church has been erected for community service in that part of the citv. It offers its friendship and fellowship to all. Special tn the w ' New York, June 25. The fourth (Br of New York's heat wave broueht four prostrations and another death. j on; outfield. Kersev. Brnwnincr Hn. ! ' e ;gan and Barstow. The team will return the latter pait BABE GETS TWENTY-SIXTH 'pw Vnrlf .TunA 05 Dak. T..v 1 I . uauc nuin imu ox the week for a series of games here his 26th home run in the fifth in- mvt wank fkA ... T..1 a - ... . . r ucwu.r -. "o.. U1C luUri.ii ui juiy io rang in toaay s game with Washing. There is no relief in sight. The city's games will be staged with Sanford, ! ton. One runner was on the bases' , v ,,Kalc ... au a seconu in wnen ne connected with one of Walter tomorrow to the beaches. the afternoon. 'Johnson's fast ones Services at the First Baptist Church. y:4o a. m. Sundav school. J. F. Blake, Superintendent. j 11:00 a. m. Sermon, Establishing the disciples. j 6.45 p. m. B. Y. P. U. with H. G. I Petty, president. ; , , j 8:00 p. m. Sermon, Regeneration with Reformation to follow. Wednesday prayer meeting at 8 p. m. A cordial invitation to all to attend these services. J. F, SAVELL, Pastor. St. Marks Episcopal Church. . .Corner Second and Main Streets. this country. The production timely as was the famed "Battle Cry of Peace" of some years ago that did more to awaken the American nennlo t.n tht mopgna nt : I ...i.ctc vi vjeimanyism tnan all the sermons, or editorials that jwere written. The story of "The jFace at Your Window" was written ,Dy Max Marcin, the famous play j wright and the picture was directed jby Richard Stanton, acknowledged to j be one of the best producers of melo- j drama in the country. The produc-, j tion has many big scenes that will ; I compare with the never to be forgot- i jien sequences of "The Birth of a Na tion." The cast which enacts the va jrious roles of the picture is all-star with several players of international reputation on the stage and screen. Troubled for Ten Years If you suffer pains and aches dur ing the day and sleep-disturbing bladder weakness by night feel tired, nervous and run down, the kidneys and bladder need to be restored to healthy and regular action. J. T. Osbum, R. F. D. No. 1, Lucaavillei U., writes: "I had kidney trouble for ten years. I tried many remedies "HIS HEART IS FIXED" Fixed on What? j Your heart is fixed on something. Answer this question and this will determine your standing here and hereafter. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH wants you to have a new heart with a new life and conduct in har mony with a saved soul. "Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the Kingdom of Heaven." 11100 .-Establishing the disciples. ' 8:00 p. m.-Regeneration with Reformation to follow. Whosoever will may come t K I w m - J. t. SAVELL I but ley they did me no irood I f,u r 9 7. Kidney Pills nH i f TO mucn thAt now J am well." Donx i 7