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t v.. , 7 Morning, July 17 1 921. PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGE 7 ", ftp- OF mwxtiiiiijf a ;: J cooper weos SI - J (By AMOclated Pn) IW'arsaw, July 16. News of the irriage iii Moscow of Count Szech tiyyi, a lieutenant in the Hungarian valry,-who is still - being held a Ksohm by the Bolshevik!,. to Prin- Lilh Gojisyn; a member of one of tne 3"Ulldest Russian families, has just ,en received here. Count Szechnenyi aguousin 01 ont xjuzju oo. i, ' -who married Miss , Gladys Yan- .rhitfc' of New York. '.' - At the beginningof ' the war .hi as a lieutenant in tne Hungarian ivalrv and , was taken prisoner by li&tasiataa on the Gahcian front I 1915. Ha is about 27 years old. fbataits 'of the wedding' were jruoght to i Warsaw by Doctor Sig liond Ja"otura, formerly" a dentist .Detroit,'. Mich., who served in the 'ol a. "By, was captured by the .:. '.ev " I and released from the low; rison early, in June. Count Szechnenyi was a 'prison fnmiiai..'jri!. of Colonel " Merion C. tCooperj of Jacksonville, Fla., of the Kosciuszka 'air squadron who .escap r. SM' ' - - . . , id from Russia tnis eprmg. . fc". Tho romance ha vine- had its infiep- Sfqyoungt woman was visiting in. Con 4lstaRtinople near where Count Szech-Tjjjnenyi-s father has a palace and a S vast estaW. Princess Golicyn returns-fed to Russia several years ago, upon Hlearning that Count Szechnenyi' was fa prisoner and since has bene endea L Al'vorhig to aid in gainig his. freedom ad sending him food whenever pos- sible..,:y'.; ' . - ,' , ' , , It is na easy matter to arrange a 105-3 marriage by a prisoner jn aBolslje JQv';viki prison camp.-Month after month 'jfthe Soviet authorities refused to give &i their consent. When itt was'' obtained iM the ceremony was first performed by 11 a Soviet commissioner and afterward a reliK'oua marriage was performed f kf. in a Greek orthodox church in Mos uk. cow. Although the Count had many 4 j friends among the prisoners none f'? wag allowed to attend the wedding tjji '.',; Instead oft a friend as best" man, fj there was. a Bolshevilj soldier guard. The Count, "with four armed, soldiers &4 at his sides, marched thruofeh the J waHed prison gate to the commis sar's offlcewhere he met his bride , attended by several girl friends. The pjif Count wore the same r prison garb which he had'worn for months. Immediately after the- church ser f"1 vice the Count was marched back to t '-. to the prfson gates. The next motn- i' ing tne oriae was permiuea 10 visit F hev JinchAtil unH with th Count's f prison menus, any uuwh w u wcuuiuis I jf breakfast a wedding breakfast of I Ifi' black bread and iihitation coffee and I hot water. ' . '?. Twenty Hungarian officers.i includ f! ' ins Count Szechnenyi, are being held J by the Bolsheviki as ? hostages to ,se- Jcure the safety of ten Soviet com missars imprisoned . by the Hunga c rian authorities.1 The Hungarians ,X were jient to Siberia in 1915 ftid llf were on their way out. when rear- I rested by the Bolsheviki. " ' EXCURSION TO CUBA ' . m i !( By Ftorida East Coast Railway, 'r. Those makincr the trio to .Havana f , via Key West and the new steamshipl Cuba during the month of June, are ji so enthusiastic in . their accounts of I the tilings to do and the things tq 6. sew in Cuba, tbat there have, been a number of requests for another op prrliUHty to-jsit Havana, and it has therefore been decided to Operate a second excursion from all points on thn Kast Coast ot Florida to Havana July 26 and 27th, with tickets lim ited to return from" Havana on the!. ship sailing Saturday,- August J6th, thus' giving the patrons of the ex cursion a ten dav trio. The fere from Palatka station to i Iiavana and return will be $37..19, which includes war tax, except that the purser of the steamship will col- j kct- $1.00 from each passenger. The j climnte of Havana is practically the,! same as the East Coast of Florida. I J-jc-.al rates are macto at all Havana"! holt Is for visitors from Florida. , j ' J. D. RAHNER, G. P. A. ' . - Mt. . Tabor First Baptist Church fcol.) Sunday July 17th. Sunday night at 8 o'clock the Mt. j 1 i.uoor s jUDiiee coorus win rcimci selection of songs .which will be in-1 Epiriilg in every way.. Jubilee mel- odiis is one of the important fea-1 turea of the evening. ' '"! Tlie general public is cordially in vited. The" polite Ushers Board of ladies will cowlially receive you, j L. N. ANDERSON, Pastor1. P...,, - ,i 1 1 1 1 "L5a 2LftS 2 iler Manag.eiii'eiit .USE- STORE v v: STREET 1 Formerly owned by Ml L Pincus, was sold ta Frank Wexler, well-known Palatka citizen at a grfeaf sacrifice price arid will be sbld by the new owner with a small margin of profit in order to. get acquainted with all the people,' of Putnap County, SALE STARTED SATURDAY, NOW ON FULL BLAST Ami 1 - A iivea Away- v Or FREEi to the first 25 customers making ' pur chases Monday morning: Absolutely there wilT.be no charge for "them, but GIVEN. FREE, so first come will be tlie lucky ones. W. L. Douglas Shoes, the well known brand, price 25 per cent, less than formerly. W. L. Douglas shoes are guar anteed, every pair. Other makes of Shoes, Men's Women's and Children's $LiaUp Men's Overalls and Coats, heavy denim and double sewed, all sizes, ac c Kahki Pants, former price $2.50 pair, for $X.19 o Boys' Pants - 49c up Men's Trousers, $3,$6 , $8.' Sale pride $2e85Up en's Dress Shirts, $2 kind for - 98c Men's Pin Check Pants, former price $2.50; for this tale ; Pair $1.19 en's $3 Shirts, $1.98 Georgette Silk Waists, $6, $8 and $10, for this ale ' s gL98 Up l lqt Silk Dresses, worth $25, special $7.98 Ladies' Skirts, plaid, satin silk, gaberdine, $10, $15 and $20 Skirt for -$2.45 Up.' ' Middy Blouses, $3.50, this , sale $1,981 Ladies' $3 Corsets - 49c Washable Skirts, this is a real bargain 49c j Ladies' Hose, all kinds, 9c Pair Up Men's and Ladies' Handker chiefs 4c Each Men's Ties, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00, while they last 49c Ladies' Hats, $1.49 up Everything else in oud store sold at fifty cents on the dollar. r1 -iir 622 LEMON STREET Cor. 7th and Lemon NEXT TO THE SAPPERIA . I. ii i.nMMJJISSISMMMM " " '"' "' "" ' ' 1 1 .' - ' oa me of-im.H,., f hi.' :7 r, 7 .' "7 Tv I ""' anoM or discriminatidn iraeiu. mere wa, ,n apparent feeling' Siberia. , V" C a " what coming mostly from the sonth. and . , mikiuK ui wnai I coming ihe described ai "a mesa f charges west." rfwan SmiMI llVlb! wise. . Eight persons in all were ar rested recently, but three previous ly had been released. 1 jr. s