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Friday Morning, Jul? 1. 1Q21.
JACKSONVILLE TO GO WILD TODAY IN BRIDGE CARNIVAL E NO PRESENT PUN FOR ACCEPTING GERMAN'S BONDS ASSERTS MELLON LATE LEONARD DOZIER WAS CONFED'RATE STATUE MODEL (By AHOclilei Prewi) Jacksonville, June 29. A parade two miles in length and participated in by state and city officials repre sentatives of scores of civic and commercial bodies of cities and towns throughout the state, will usher in Jacksonville's three day carnival tomorrow night in honor of the opening of the bridge across the St. Johns river. The bridge erected at a cost of approximately $1,500,000 and de signed as "Duval county's gift to the .state" will be formally opened Fri day. Governor Hardee and his party uill arrive in the city early tomor row night and proceed immediately tn h local hotel where he expects to review the parade. Following the parade, street dancing, fireworks displays and other carnival activi ties will be the order. Simultaenously with the bridge dedication exercises Friday after noon, a naval display will take place on the St. Johns river. A flotilla of six destroyers in command of Com mander P. A. Thomson, arrived in port today from Newport, R. I. The governor and his party will be tendered a reception Friday night which will be followed by a ball at the armory. In the parade tomorrow night more than 30 young women, acting as sponsors for their respective cities and towns, will ride in autos as guests of the local celebration com mittee. Floats representing several cities will also be in line. The city displayed a holiday ap pearance tonight. Both Jacksonville and South Jacksonville were gaily beilagged while the presence of several hundred blue jackets lent color. nr Amioolntrd Prem) Washington, June 29. Acoen tance of German bonds as substitute for the obligations of European na tions debtor to the United States is not, at present, contemplated by the treasury department, Secretary Mel lon today told the senate finance committee in urging favorable ac tion on the administration bill to en able the refunding of the $11,000, 000,000 which Europe owes the Unit ed States. Mr. Mellon informed the commit tee that the treasury department, moreover, had no' intention of in viting suggestions involving ac ceptance of German bonds, but ad ded that sound business judgement might make advisable the substitu tion of German bonds if ottered Dy I some of the weaker debtor nations. ' n i ...U.'l, ....... A ha flfin. iroaa powers wmtu nuuw j ferred by the administration on the J treasury department in the refund-1 ing process were said by Mr. Mel lon to be necessary for, ne auaea, "it is essential to have the new se curities in the most substantial form so that they may be available to this government for future use. Secretary Mellon and Assistant Secretary Wadsworth, who accom panied him, went over the entire field involved in the allied loans and pre- Ily Aunclatrd Pml Ocala, June 30 Few residents of Florida are aware that the late Leo nard Dozier of this city, was the mo del for the statue of the Confedrate soldier on the monument in Hem ming Park, Jacksonville. Before age began to sap his strength Mr. TWior whs regarded as a typical figure of the war worn Confederate soldier in the last days of the con flict. Mr. Dozier was a native of South Carolina but moved with his parents to Fernandina in 1860 when he was 20 years old. At the outbreak of the war he ioined Captain John M. Mar tin's independent battery of artillery and later, after Captain Martin had been elected to the Confederate con gress, accompanied the battery to Tennessee. He moved to Ocala 50 years ago. sented to the committee the follow ing facts: Unpaid interest on American loans tn Enrnne now amounts to approxi mately a billion dollars; none of the debtor nations, with the exception of Great Britain, has suggested nego tiations looking to refunding of the loans; some of the smaller debtor nations are unable, at present, even to pay the interest on their loans, Prpsident Harding lavors, w some extent, the proposal that ac nnmnlntpd interest be added to the principle of the loans and a higher interest rate than o per cen " provided TAMPA MAN ESCAPED CUSTER MASSACRE BY TOSSING COIN (Br Auoclalrd Pr.aa Tampa, June 30 The forty fifth anniversary recently of the battle of Little Big Horn, in which General George A. Custer and his men were massacred by the Sioux Indians, was quietly celebrated by D. R. White, a local business man, who attributes his escape from the fate of the troo pers to the toss of a coin. White was first sereeant of a cav alry troop in Custer's command but his term of enlistment expired a few days before the massacre. Captain Thomas Custer, a brother of the general, asked him to re-enlist. "Well. Captain," White replied. "I'll toss a coin three times and if tails fall twice I'll do it." Heads fell three times in success ion and White lives to exhibit a med al for meritorious service given him at the time of his discharge. 8-9-t) MORE CITRUS GROVES TO I5E PLANTED IN MARION Ocala, June 30 A nursery here has announced that it will establish a ten acre citrus nursery on the southeastern edge of the city, with the expectation of planting one hundred thousand trees. These Are Our Low Prices On Shoe Repairing . , l,l .n nn $1.40 Mens onoes, nan ouicu, ocv. - Jl 25 Men's Shoes, half soled, tacked on Rubber Heels, Men's '15 Ladies' half soles, sewed on ' Laides nan soies, urcm-u vu . ,i. m: - ' ' ' Learner upa ,j- Cuban Heels . Give Us a Trial and Let Us Convince ou. Norris & Walker .mi T omnn Strpet. Palatka. We call for and deliver. Phone 130 THE first thing you want in foods and the all important thing is purity. Cost taste everything else is of minor consideration. Foods should be nourishing. That's what they are for to build up strong, sturdy bodies. Calumet Baking Powder is pure in the can. It is made in the largest, cleanest, most modern Baking Powder Factories on earth only of such ingredients as have been officially endorsed by United States Food Authorities. - cosis down. j 3, It's pure in the baking. Cal umet never fails to produce the sweetest and most palatable of nourishing foods. It has more than the ordinary leavening strength. You use less of it. That's one reason it is the most economical of all leaveners. Another reason is it is sold at a moderate price you save when you buy it It is important that you use only straight wheat flour (not self-rising flour) and pure baking powder if you wish to obtain the gluten demanded A Calumet Waffla 2V4 cups siited past. ry flour, a level tea spoons Calumet Baking Powder, H teaspoon salt, lVt cups milk, 1 table spoon sugar, 2 table spoons melted but ter, 2 eggs beaten separately. Then mix in the regular way. "Let B. ft B. DO IT." SCOUTS CONTEST FOR PRIZE GIVEN BY ROTARY CLUB Tenderfoot tests of the boy scouts were held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the ball park when the scouts were tested on the oath, laws, tieing knots, significance of the badge, history of the flag, signs, salutes and handicap. The winner will not be announced until tomorrow night, at which time a medal offered by the Rotary club will be given to the successful contestant. Also tomorrow nifflil there will be a coniDetitive drill at scout head quarters, the winner being given a speedometer, offered by the Kota-rians. The Fourth of July Special Sale is now going on full blast at the Dixie Grocery. Attractive Mid-Summer Millinery At Attractive Prices Let us make you an Organdy Hat Pretty ones at $6.00 each Hemstitching and Picoting Cotton 10c; Silk 12 l-2c yard MRS. TILLMAN 1 THE AMERICAN SHOE SHOP l WE NEED THE MONEY AND YOU NEED THE GOODS Look at our prices. Come and examine our goods and you will admit by buying from us you will save quite a sum on every dollar you spend. One lot of Silk Dresses at $8i24 All Silk and Organdy Dresses, worth up to $30.00, at $14.98 Ladies and Misses Voile and Gingham Dresses at $4.98 Wool, Serge, Poplin and Plaid Skirts at $4.98 Genuine Baronet Satin Skirts at $8.45 Fancy White Gaberdine Skirts at $2.49 AM expensive Dresses, Fancy Wool, Silk and Crepe Skirts, at less than actual ost. Fancy Georgette Waists at 2.49 Extra Fine Silk Georgette Waists and Blouses at 4.Vo One lot of Fine White Voile Waists 74c Fine I land drawn Voile Waists 1 .99 Fancy Real Tailored Waists at 1 .99 All Fancy Hand Made Georgette, Satin, and Georgette Combination Waists and Blouses, some worth up to $25.00 at 9.95 Real Gean Middies at 99c Extra fine Gean tailored Middies at 1.39 i Ladies Middie Suits, white or blue at. . . . S2.49 ' Extra fine Gaberdine and Pongee Middies C.Wo I Qft tn $5.98 Boys Washable Suits and Childrens Dresses in White or Gingham at one half the original price. Extra fine Gean Children's Middies at ... . 79c Childrens white Gean Middie Suits, some slight ly shop worn, worth up to 4.00 at 1.49 Fancy fast color smocks at 1-99 Ladies fancy washable satin Middie Suits 7.98 Black Satin Petticoats at 79c Cnnnine leather Bloom Petticoats at. . . . 1.49 AH Fancy Jersey and Jersey Combinations and Fancy Silk Petticoats at one Silk and Heather Bloom Combination Petticoats at f.74 White Satin Petticoats at 1-49 :alf the original price. Fine Nainsook envelope Chemise at 89c Sxtra fide trimmed Nainsook Chemise at 149 Seko Silk Chemise at 1-79 r,. .,.., i'imvip r.liemise at i-49 cliiv.. v. ..... . - - One lot of fine Gowns at 79c One lot of fancy Nainsook Gowns at 1.49 Extra fine pink silk trimmed Gowns at. : . . 1.79 Hand made Plnhpino bowns ana nemise a All Ladies Spring Suits, Sweaters in Wcol or Silk. Just a small number left over at less than half their actual value. Fancy Childrens Drawers, Petticoats and under bodies at 49c Childrens fancy sox and stockings, sizes a i.o ot 24c One lot Ladies Colored Waists at 39c Ladies Fancy Sim Hats 49c We will appreciate your visit to our store, as we are sure that you will be con vinced that our goods are up to the mmute and our prices meiowesi. no matter where you go, or in what store you make the comparison. BUY AT HOME-SAVE ON YOUR PURCHASES - HELP THE LO CAL MERCHANT AND OUR HOMETOWN, v The Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Sts. by sound heaitn.