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SIX DAYS OF JOT
FOB ELKS PLUMED
11TLI1S JWGELEL
Br Associate Prw)
la Angeles, Cal., July 9 Six
days filled with- pageants, parades,
excursions, banquets, barbecues,
ialls and business sessions lie ahead
of delegates and other members' of
the Benevolent Protective Order of
Elks wheri"' they arrive here tomor
row for the annual sessions of the
. Grand Lodge of the Orden
'While the Grand Lodge, will not
be officially opened ' until Monday
night, the program arranged by Los
Angeles Lodge, No. 09, provides for
something to interest the visitors
from the time their special ' trains
pull la tomorrow morning until the
. following Friday, when the gather
ing closes with a ball at one of Los
Angeles' new hotels.
Business sessions of the grand
lodge open Tuesday- One of its first
actions, it is expected, will be to send
a fraternal message to Brother War
ren G. Harding, President of the
United States.
Election of officers is scheduled
for Wednesday. According to local
Elks the only person talked of for
the office of Grand Exalted Ruler is
William W. Mountain, of Flint,
Mich. Selection of a place for the
1922 Grand Lodge meeting is ex
pected to follow.
Business sessions will be held on
Thursday and Friday. Interspersed
will be trips to Catalina Island, San
ta Monica, Long Beach, Redondo
Beach, Pasadena, and other nearby
resorts. The annual parade, in which
the delegates and their companions
will march, grouped according to
states, will be held Thursday morn
ing. There are 1415 lodges of the order
each of which is entitled to send one
delegate. Past exalted rulers of the
lodges are also members of the
Grand Lodge, and the local commit-
LEGION HEADQUARTERS
TO PROTECTjIS SERVICE
(Br AuscUted PrM
Indianapolis, July 9 National
headquarters of the American Le
gion has taken steps to prevent mis
use of government benefits for ex-
service men, according to a state
ment made today by Lemuel Bollcs,
national adjutant.
"It has been brought to our at
tention that a few men have delib
erately falsified claims for compen
sation, vocational training and med
ical treatment," said Mr. Bolles.
"Considering the. large number of
wounded veterans who are entitled
to every benefit the government can
give, the number of imposters is not
large. But, few as they are, their
action works a hardship on the disabled.
"Cases of deception have been
more- numerous lately, due to the
rush of claims, following the Le
gion's fight for government efficien
cy. However, the Legion will find
time and means to expose any im
posters who come to us for assis
tance in pressing their claims."
All Legion poss have been in
structed to furnish government bu
reaus with information they obtain
about men concerning whose disabil
ity any doubt exists. The post ac
tivities in favor of the genuinely
disabled will continue.
GOVERNMENT MEN
WILL MAKE TOUR
OF BIG PROJECT
(Br AtcUe4 FrcM)
Niagara Falls, N. Y., July 8 The
federal government and sixteen states
will be represented on a tour of the
proposed Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
waterway project to start from here
on July 11.
Several members of President
Harding's cabinet, U. S. Senators,
representatives, state executives and
engineers will probably make up the
party which will make the trip under'
the auspices of the Great Lake-St.
Lawrence Tidewater association.
The trip was planned so that the
official representatives of the asso
ciation might obtain first hand know
ledge of the proposed improvements
necessary to open the Great Lakes to
ocean-goinng commerce.
The party will be the guests of the
Canadian government which will
place a steamer at their dispocal for
the trip through the Welland Canal
to Toronto, up the St. Lawrence riv
er to Quebec and the return to Mon
treal where the journey will end on
July 15. ..'.
During the trip, the engineers and
economists, who are to accompany
the expedition will make a detailed
study of the problems, and while no
formal programs have been arrang
ed, there will be group discussions
and conferences regarding the project.
LEGION MEN TO DISCUSS
CO-OPERATION PLANS
(By Associated Press)
Indianapolis, July 9 Officials of
the American Legion, representa
tives of the war risk insurance bu
reau, public health service, and fed
eral board for vocational education
will meet here early in August, ac
cording to Legion officers, for the
purpose of discussing closer co-op-fration
in behalf of disabled former
service men. -
The Legion has received word of
the appointment of Carlos A- Pen
nington, assistant director of the bu
reau of war risk insurance, as con
tact officer between the Legion and
the government bureau.
News: Something out of the ordi
nary. ' Thus we find encouragement
in the fact that man's meanness and
not his goodness inspires headlines.
NOTICE
To any creditors of the Earnest Com-
pany, and all others whom it may
. concern: '
You 'are hereby notified, that appli
cation has this day been made to the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Circuit of
Florida, for Putnam County, by all of
the Stockholders of the said Company
for the dissolution of the said Compa
ny and the winding up of its affairs,
and that the Petition will be heard at
the Court House, in the City of Pa
latka, said County, and State, at 10
o'clock A. M-, on Saturday, the 30th
day of July, A. D. 1921, and it deter
mined whether lh prayer of said Pe
tition should b granted and the said'
Company dissolved. '
Witness the hand and seal of the
Clerk of said Court, this 9th day of
July, A. D. 1921.
(Seal) R- J. HANCOCK,
Clerk Circuit Court Putnam County
Florida. July 10-17-24
Even a tight-wad is seldom that
way when he gets tight.
tee anticipates they will swell the
number of official representatives to
at least 2,000.
Sydenham Reliable Family
Remedies
No. 1 SYDENNHAM Uric-Acid Sol
vant; Rheumatic, Liver, Bowel and
Kidnev Remedy. $1.00.
No. 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.
Dr. Soper, SYDENHAM CO.
Palatka, Fla., P. O. Box
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
Oliver Brothers
Quick Tire Service
What Our Service Means To You
1. In addition to the manufacturers' guarantee we positively ' guarantee
every tire we sell.
2. We make adjustments on defective tires the minute you bring them to
us, thereby eliminating the usual delay caused by sending tires to the factory
or to Jacksonville for adjustment.
3. OUR VULCANIZING IS GUARANTEED TO OUTWEAR THE OLD
TIRES.
4. Free road service to our customers, free crank case service, free air,
and last, but not least, free advice in regard to your tire troubles.
United States and Oldfield Tires
WHOLESALE PRICES QUOTED ON REQUEST .
The Fundamental Element For a STRONG
Bank Is Its Resources
KiMDLV ANALYZE THIS STATEMENT AND SEE 111 PUTNAM NATIONAL QUALIFIES IN THIS CLASS
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts . . . . $ 712,349.28
Overdrafts . ....... . . 270.16
Gov. Bonds, Stocks and Securities 277,382.85
Banking House and Real Estate . . 27,931.30
Cash and Due from Banks 229,658.87
Redemption Fund 2,500.00
Total! $1,245092.46
LIABILITIES
Capital and Surplus ......$ 125,000.00
Undivided Profits 38,626.81
Circulation ...... 48,750.00
Deposits 1,029,430.86
Prem. U. S. Bonds 3,284.79
Total $1,245,092.46
Our new SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES "will be installed by July 20th. .
'Coriie ;ih and Hfispect them.
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