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, .,'..,: v. ! v $JalatkaUatijf fctema . PAGE 6 : ,v ; Thursday Morning; July 7 1 92 1. IK S I LAWTEY GOES TO ' DEFEAT BY SCORE OF FOUR TO Palatka won the first game "of the series with Lawtey by a score of 4 (to 1 yesterday afternoon. The game was faster than is usually seen in Paladra, the time for the nine in nings being an hour and forty min utes. The Lawtey team was in good shape and played a good game, but they were not as fast as the local team. They seemed to have trouble in land ing a short stop who would stick on the job. That position was their weak point on the team. In the fifth inning Holden playing second for the Pals pulled a fly out of the air from the bat of Wooten and tagged seconds making a double play, unassisfed. In the seventh, Ep person caught a long fly off the bat of Barstow and threw to Wall who threw to Hubbard, catching Duke Calhoun before he could get back to first. i Kicklighter was never in danger of being scored upon at any other time than in the sixth. He pitched a good fast ball all the time and kept the visitors guessing. The game this afternoon will start promptly at 2:15, so that it may be completed in time for the Lawtey team to catch the train for home. Katz, an old and familiar face to Pa latkans, will probably be in the box for Lawtey, while Elrod is pitching for the locals. It will be remembered that Katz pitched for the All-Stars, Jacksonville when they were in Pa latka sometime ago. SOUTHERN U. THE - Palatka AB R H PO A E Villarino lb A. 2 1 0 8 0 0 Thomas, ss 3 110 5 1 Jackson 3b 4 0 12 10 Larzo c 3 0 0 7 1 0 Calhoun If 4 0 1 2 0 0 Barstow rf 4 0 0 1 0 0 Browning cf 4 0 0 3 0 0 Holden 2b 3 2 1 4 3 0 Kicklighter p .... 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 31 4 4 27 11 1 Lawtey AB R H PO A E Burney 3b, ss 4 0 10 12 Wall 2b 4 0 0 3 2 1 Epperson cf 4 0 0 1 0 0 T. Moore If 4 0 14 10 Godwin c 2 0 0 5 0 0 Wooten ss 2 0 0 0 2 2 Katz rf, 3b 3 0 10 10 Hubbard lb 3 1 1 11 0 1 Pierce p 3 0 0 0 3 0 S. Moore ss 1 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 30 1 4 24 10 7 Score by innings R Lawtey 000 001 0001 Palatka 110 101 OOx 4 SUMMARY: Hits off Kicklighter, 5, off Pierce 4; struck out by Kick lighter 5; by Pierce 4; double plays, Holden, (unassisted) Epperson to Wall to Hubbard. Baseball Results SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION At Birmingham, 6; Atlanta, 3. At Nashville, 4; Mobile, 6. At Chattanooga, 3; New Orleans, 6 Others not scheduled. 7 CONTEST G TO 5 Immediately following the game between Lawtqy and Palatka (yes terday the Rotarians and Southern Useless played a seven inning game, the Rotariahs losing by a score of 6 to 4. The game was close and inter esting, jthtreetimes the score being tied. Johnnie Mrphey was the star backstop of the game for the Rotes. Johnnie tried to catch the high flies while laying on his back. Another feature was the marathon work of Arthur Corcoran who alternated be tween third and left field. Strange to say, he . was always at the wrong place at the right time. It must be saidtt he67:erceyu....pt It must me said to the credit of the Rotes that they went into the game, with only eight men and put up a good fight with the team they had in the field. Charlie Burt was supposed to play with the Rotes but he was disqualified on account of the fact thta he is a county commis sioner. As a catcher, Zip Zart would make a good gas fitter. His ability to stop the offering of Dunten, who was pitching for the Useless outfit, de pended upon the speed of he ball. He would not get in front of the fast onts. Judge Bailey and Emmons Graham were the individual stars for the Useless. Fred Cochrane's mustache seemed to be troubling him a great deal and prevented him giving decisions just as they oceured. But he was pretty good at that. . Southern U 003 00216 Roes 011 12 05 Batteries: Spencer and Murphy; Dunten and Zart. TENTATIVE BUDGET ONLY IS BY COWS MARIANNA HAS PART OF MENAGERIE IN COUNTY (.y Aiifloclated Presa) Marianna, July 6. Residents in this section believe they have in their midst two escaped habitats of a me nagarie attached to one of the sev eral shows that have visited in these parts within the past few weeks.. A large black bear was killed in a nearby woods recently, and another animal believed to be a panther has been roaming around, subsisting on stray stock. The loss of much stock and many a damaged field has been reported. At yesterday's adjourned session of the board of county commissioners a tentative budget for the county's expenditures for the fiscal year was adopted. It will come up for final approval at the next monthly meet ing. The tentative budget was heavi er than the budget of the past fiscal year, but it is not known what the millage will be. Included in the budget is an ex penditure for a road sacrifier and roller to be used on the county's roads. This road equipment is badly needed and with it it will be pos sible to keep the county's dirt roads in first class condition. The matter of a rest room, which came up for discussion at a previous meeting was left over until the com mittee can meet with the committee from the city council. It will be brought up at the next meeting of the commissioners. Condemnation procedings were or dered on the property near Peniel known as the Enzor estate. Bids were received for the lum ber to be used on the St. Johns river bridge. The contract was awarded to Porter Brothers. The bid for fur nishing the piling for the repairs on the bridge was awarded to Goss Mat tox, and for pulling and driving the piling to R. L. Gibson. All records were broken when the commissioners completed the equali zation of the taxes in about ten minutes yesterday. This work should take a few weeks and yesterday it was completed in a very short time. This is not a final equalization how ever for the matter ' of tax assess ments will vome up at the next meet ing in August, for . final disposition. FOR, SALE-o-Fine Holstein eow. Guaranteed for five gallons. C. , W. Johnson, Box 216, Hastings. 6-7-3t WANTED Painting, paper hang ing and decorating by day or con tract. By expert mechanic. Reason able. Gronros; 508 Reid St. 7-7-3t ROOMS FOR RENT Nicely fur nished rooms in good location of city. Phone 113, or apply at 419 Emmett street. . 6-7-3t FOR -RENT Four unfurnished rooms. Apply 208 N. Fifth St. 7-6-6t FOR RENT Unfurnished five room apartment, with bath and large sleeping porch.- Apply to Mr. Buky for key, 421 Lemon St. ' 7-2-tf FOR RENT Two, three and five room apartments at Coronado Beach, New Smyrna,' Florida. Address M E. SAULNIER. New Smyrna. 7-1-26 FOR SALE Modern Shoe ; Shop, in good location. Electric motors and fine equipment. Easy terras. Apply J. WEaLEK, 802 Lemon street,' Pa- latka, Fla ' 7-l-6t FOR RENT 4 large rooms, kit chenette and bath. . Best sleeping porch in Palatka. All furnished. See E. T.. Lancaster. ' 6-30-4t COLT AUTOMATIC $15.00 takes a .32 caliber Colt Automatic pistol, which has never been fired. Apply G.' L. F. at Smiths Jewelry Store. ' 6-30-tf FOR SACE Flock of. Rhode Is land Red hens, laying, at $1.50 per head. Must -sell as I am going north. Will sell, in bunches of five; Spring chickens at 35 cents and 65 cents. Phone 2006, E. B. Collins, San Ma'- teo. '- . !'' . ... ; , , 6-30-6t k FOR . SALE One- Buick six, au- tomobue and one Ford touring ar. Will trade or sell. See F. R. Ferrell at Ford Garage. 6-30-6t FOR RENT Five-room flat on N. Eleventh street, near Main. Phone 162-W.. . ', 6-22-tf IF YOU CAN USE 32x3 1-2 tires it will pay you to see Oliver Brothers today. ( . . . , 6-29-5t Try Putnam Barber Shop for good service. . 5-5-tf Children's hair cutting. 214 Lemou street. S. J. Denmark. S-5-tf , FOR RENT Six room upper apart-v mnnt and earaire. 413 Oak St., iit- per month. Possession July 15th. Ap ply 200 SSouth 4th, St. 7-o-Jt, . FOR SALE Dodge roadster, 1819 ; model. Five good tires, motor in first class codition, new top. Inquire at DODGE BROS. GARAGE. 7-5-6t CHICHESTER S PILLS VjLT TIIK DIAMOND BKAND. A Putnam Barber Shop.. Ladies' and WOW! A jmir m P A C bl-ckotMert IUnoad Brandy 1'IIU In Be4 and 4114 ncutiicf boxes, sealed with Blua Rlbbott. Tftke ather. But f yrY -i HIaMiIND BRAND FiUA for Yean known is Bert. Sftfest, Always Rellibtt SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE fL drink. fAfi n K -CRUSH and deliciousnes9 have made Ward's Orange Crush, Lemon -Crush and Lime-Crush the largest sell ing carbonated fruit drinks in the world. In bottles or at fountain Bottled by M PALATKA COCA COLA CO. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE Good horse at a sac rifice price. Inquire at Prevatts store. 7-7-tf JOHN J. MURPHY Real Estate "Let B. & B. DO IT.' 8-9-0 Sydenham Reliable Family Remedies Xo. 1 SYDENNHAM Uric-Acid Sol- vant; Rheumatic, Liver, Bowel and Kidney Remedy. $1.00. N'o. 2 SYDENHAM, the great head ache Remedy, 50 cents. No. 3 SYDENHAM Greatest for Heart, Nerves and Blood, 50 cents. Post Paid- Free answers to all inquiries about cases. I)r. Soper. SYDENHAM CO. Palatka, Fla., P. O. Box STOP AT THE I PUTNAM HOUSE OPEN ALL THE YEAK Rates $1.00 Per day and up. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston, 2-0; Washington. 1-1. At Chicago, 2; Detroit, 0. Have Your EARNEST'S BIG JUL Y S ALE Our Inventory Sale is now in full swing. Hundreds have crowded t our store and secured wonderful bargains. Our prices now are; down to prices before the war. ' If you need any goods in our line now is the time to get them. 1 u I READY TO WEAR . NEW MODEL SILK DRESSES ' $24.50 values, Sale Price $ 8.45 $32.50 values, Sale Price $12.45 $35.00 values, Sale Price $14.45 $39.50 values, Sale Price ...$18.45 $45.00 values, Sale Price $22.45 Volie and Organdy Dresses $3.95 Summer Dresses, on - Sale ....$ 2.95 $6.50 , Summer Dresses, on Sale $ 4.45 $9.00" Summer Dresses, on Sale $6.45 $10.50 Summer Dresses, on Sale $ 8.45 $18.50 Summer Dresses, on Sale $10.45 $24.50 Summer Dresses, on Sale $14.45 All our Coats, any grade at Half Price. ONE FOURTH' OFF " Ladies and Childrens Gingham Dresses. Childrens Organdy and Voile Dresses'. All Bathing Suits, Caps and Shoes. DRY GOODS $2.00 Best Silk Shirting, on Sale ......$1.45 $2.00 Satin and Taffeta, on Sale...; $1.59 $2.00 Georgette and Crepe de Chine,....$1.59 $2.50 Satin and Taffeta, on Jiale $1.89 . $3.00 Satin and Taffeta, onale $2.45 $3.50 Mallinsons Fine Silks, on Sale $2.25 $5.00 Mallinsons Fine Silks, on Sale $2.95 $6.00 Mallinsons Fine Silks, on Sale $3.95 $1.00 Silk Mixed Shirting, on Sale....? .69 $1.50 Imported Voiles, on. Sale $ .95 $1.00 Imported Voiles, on Sale $ .75 75c Plain and Fancy Voiles, on Sale ....$ ,49 60c Plain and Fancy Voiles, on Sale $ .35 . $1.50 Imported Linen Suiting, on Sale $ .95 $1.25 Fast Dotted Swiss,' on Sale $ .75 $1.00 Imjorted Colored Dimity, Sale $ .65 65c Plain and Fancy Poplin, on Sale....$ .45 12c yard wide Muslin, on Sale $ .08 18c yard wide Bleaching, on Sale........$ .12V4 25c Hill and Lonsdale Muslin, on Sale $ .18 35c Lonsdale Nainsook, on Sale $ .25 25c Fast Color Dress Gingham, Sale $ ,15 THURSDAY SPECIAL One lot Flesh Crepe de Chine and Wash Satin Gowns. All fine' grade $6.45 .values Today only $4.45 All our Coats in all grades Half Price j Special Low Prices Sanitary Bread at loaf 8c Lipton's Tea," Vi lb 20c Small Orange Pekoe Tea, 10c size, 3 for '. 25c Tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c 'Early June Peas, 2 cans for 25c Just received large shipment of Guatemala Coffee, the best on the market, special per pound 40c NATIONAL LEAGUE At New York, 4; Brooklyn, 11. At Philadelphia, 0; Boston, 11. At Pittsburgh, .3; St. Louis, 2. Three games only. FLORIDA "STATE LEAGUE No games scheduled. j CONSTR lTlrf6xOFIEKIN ERY AT WEST PALM BEACH BEGINS (ItV AMMIM'ijltt'd I'rt'NMl West Palm Beach, July 6. Work t has begun on the half million dollar sugar refinery to be erected by the , Florida Sugar and Fruit Producing Company on the Palm Beach Canal .: near Lake Okeechobee. j The main building which will cover i 20,000 square feet, will be equipped; with machinery having a daily capact ty of 400 tons. Vats and evaporating equipment will have a capacity of 600 tons a day. . I The company plans to buy cane, from all parts of the Everglades on j the so-called dollar cent basis. As an example, if sugar at the mill is sold for 5 1-2 cents, cane will be pur- i chased at S5.S0 per ton. T'.ic com pany owns 1.20C acres of stubble cane and 500 acres of plain cane. Thirteen ' hundred additional acres are being planted for the season of 1922-23. A narrow guage railroad wilt be operat ' ed within a five mile radious of thej mill, while tugs and lighters will bei .4 utilized to haul the cane from great- Crating and Packing Done by experienced Packers; Phone 39 or call at corner 7th and Lemon. Palatka Coffee and Tea Store J. C. Mix, Proprietor. 411 Lemon Street-. Phone 440' All Ladies and Childrens Gingham Dresses' All childrens Organdy and Voile Dresses .One' Fourth Off One Fourth Off All Curtain Scrim and Cretonne. All Table Linen and Napkins All Laces and Embroideries One Fourth Off 20 Per Cent Off 20 Per Cent Off Lisle Hosiery Bargains All 65c values, on Sale at $ .45 All 75c values on Sale at $ .59 All $1.00 values on Sale at.. v $ .75 All $1.25 values on Sale at $ .85 All $1.50 values on Sale at $1.00 Other Hose at 15 and 25c Special. ; Toilet Soap Bargains 14 pound take Hard Water Soap.. : 10c 3 cakes Rose Bath, special . :...10c 2 Palm Olive Soap ) 4 Cakes 2 All Round Soap ) For 25c . Limit 6 of each to a customer. GET YOUR SUPPLY OF SOAP "NOW. ' omes & Kellurn m I mmm w CmZMiUKI I fli 1 EARNEST CO. Open 8:30 A. Jr. Close (i P. M. We Close l P. 31. Thursdays NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE CORNER SEVENTH AND LEMON STREETS 1 er distances. I T O D A V PAL'S vs LAWTEY GAME CALLED AT 2:15 19 m mmmKmmmmmmkwmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmvmmtm- J. g gy1"1 - - -a. -,-,.r.f. "" v ' - 1 .-...-.!..;, .WTtii. '-. -.JJJ .-...-. ).. ...U. . .MfcjL.j' i . '-- .