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PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGE 3 'oyou know ou can roll 30gcod iarettestor Octs from me bag of A GENUINE TENACITY WINS OUT ll'Durham TOBACCO want you io have the t paper to "BULL." now you can receive l eaeh packages book , !4 leaves ol 1UU. very finest cigarette er In the world. SURMA OF ASSYRIA 0 irma is expected to be the in president in the world I been the first woman am. -so toon as the national par the, Assyrians Is organized, tain assigned a little terrl rlsing 80,000 square miles in ins of Kurdistan to the As- iple. '. Lady Surma obtained ssion from the British gov. laving acted as ambassador - She is an accomplished id has been thoroughly edu er the guidance of British sr brother, Mar Chlnon, was of the Assyrians. He was HOME TO KILL SIX faring Children Will Be rom Them by Aid Society sclds to Kill Them. AlbPrta.A ronfi'ssion that wife delilifniK'ly set tire to ?. after sniiUinjr Iht'ir fonr beds with jmsullnr sn Hint !e Imrncil to ilciilli, wns rdlng to tin- i"licc, by .1. J. m Innesf.iil fiiniiri', the n- Of Ilia fiiniily. i snld lie iind his viti pre II) to belns si'pnniteil from It, who; they fe;iml. would 'ora flieui liy ;i ehililreii's iiid lltledse kni'i'Keil mic child s to snve it i:iin. then liKt nd escaped severely burned, i Is in b hospiinl, cbiiijied IT. . - I' k Is Temperamental. -Forcing his employer's ndlng only about $J0 worth Tludolpli Twrdik hanired living a lime that the dis it after so h.-nd n Job was he could stand. Gets In" On Oil Game. Jity. Francisco Villa, once loted bandit, lias started n oil. A company was rgnnlzed to exploit some e I.nguna reebiii and Villa have Invested $-.,(H).0CX). of Living in .Paris. of living in l'aris is not for an American, who is nerlcan dollars, according rom a member of the Pnris ' American Lesion. tUe hig restaurants and lie. side st reei s unfreqiient Ists," tile veteran warns, iue meal today for 8!W ibout fifty cents, ir-lncluded: Frlture de In "francs; omelette rlinrn 13 francs; Chateaubriand led spuds Mini watercress), releri bruise. 7! centimes ; 5 centimes and fromage, r the meal, cafe rognat inest" Regenerating Efforts of Peas ants Restore Flanders Fields. Belgians, Working to Rebuild Homes and Salvage Barren Lands, Aided by Loans of Motors. Brussels. "No Man's Land" ngnln belongs to the brave lielglun peas ants, an npparent miracle having been wrought in Flanders fields by these courageous people, who, with the help of the Belgian government, have re gained the ground which once seemed devastated beyond rehabilitation. Not satisfied with the deaths of soldiers, murders of women and children mid devastation of cities, the (.ionium In vaders sought to wipe out nature en tirely, Wut their efforts were in vain. On the very places where, two years ago, the armies were rusliing to lib erate Belgium, and where the sea wa ters, receding uncovered grinning skel etons of Herman soldiers, buried In the mud of the Vser river banks, wheat and barley, corn and potatoes, flowers and young apple trees are now nour ishing. For two years the Belgian peasants lived in huts, the ruins of their homes, or in tiermau concrete shelters, suffer ing untold hardships in winter, but Im bued Willi the spirit of regeneration. They worked to remove the barbed wire and unexploded shells, and ninny of them lost their lives when the plow met some burled shell. Hut persever ance won. From HKi.OOO souls in 1014 the population dwindled to nothing In litis, and back to 18.1,0110 In 10)9. There is now a population of 2U7,(MK. The ministry of agriculture, under the management of Baron Ituzette ami bis stnlT of specialists, with M. Boer enhnoni at their head, organized the relief work. Motor tractors were loaned by the government. The fields, soaked with sea salt, were revived with chalk and chemicals, and Flan ders iiwlikencd from her deadly sleep and Is again bright with vegetation. The farms are bigger than ever before, and the concrete shelters which, two years ago, heard the flennan ollicers yelling to the unfortuunlo soldiers, "sebweinliuude," now hoar the grunt ing of little pigs, for the thrifty Flem ish peasants have turned to account all of the salvaged Implements of warfare which could be used. Here and there are sacred spots, bright with bloody popples, marking the final resting places of the brave Belgian, French, British and American soldiers, untouched by the regenerat ing hands of the Flemish workers. BILLION AND HALF IN GOLO w mr.m..v ... FIND FUN IN HOBBIES '1 here is lilteen hundred million dol lars' worth of gold in a building in Wall street. New York. The building is I lie United States assay oltice, adjoining the sub-treasury, and there are approximately 2.10 tons of pure gold piled in burs and ranged in sacks of coin in the vaults. The gold in tins one federal building Is about one-lift h of the world's supply of the precious metal, and is by far the greatest amount of gold ever gath ered in one place or one city. Tlie Hood of yellow metal that lias gushed into the building since t lie war lias come from every corner of t lie earth, and every week this horde of gold is increased by many millions. Almost every trans-Atlantic liner brings more of it, and no one knows when the tlood will recede. All foreign coins received are melt ed ntii luirs and these bars are num bered, tagged, tabulated and ready for shipment should the call come. The picture shows a vnrkman removing: gold from an anode. Not a grain is lost. Deposit of Stone Age, Man's Leavings Found Mixnity, Austriu. One of the greatest finds of relics of pre historic man in Austria comes from a cave near this place. The "Dragon's Den" Is being exca vated for Its enormous, deposits of bird-dropping phosphates. In a side rave evidences of human occupation were uncovered. Great quantities of quartz im plements and other utensils and human bones have been taken out Aged Kansas Men Enjoy Vaca tion Period of Life. Retired Preacher Writes a Book, Artist Collects Bugs and Farmer Takes Up Sculpture. Topeku. The vacation period of life years well along toward the hori zon bus brought pleasant occupations to three aged Kansas men. Having retired from iictlve pursuits, encli to day is following the bent of his incli nations and declares he Is enjoying his pastime immensely one writing and printing u book, another collecting In sects, and the third as u sculptor of stone. Dr. A. N. See, eighty, retired Meth odist preacher, who, with Ills wife, lives in the Methodist Home for the Aged in Topeku, has Just completed a history of the northwest Kansas con ference. He not only gathered the his torical datu and wrote the manuscript for a 200-page bonk, but also printed the pages on a little hand press, and bound the volumes. Doctor See wus n pioneer circuit rider in the big north west Kansas conference, and later for many years was superintendent of the district. Karl Steelier, twenty, of Wichita, artist and educator, chose to pursue what lie claims always has been Ills bobby collecting Insects. An exten sive collection, gathered and mounted by Mr. Steelier, recently was displayed in the show window of a Wichita hunk. It Includes specimens obtained by ldm on his travels through six countries Switzerland, France, Italy, Turkey, Canada and the United States. Mr. Steelier was born in Oberkirch, (lerniatiy, and came to America 48 years ago. Having made a comfortable fortune farming since he came to this country with his father, ,11! years ago from bis native Belgium, Charles DoLeye of Kminet devotes much of his time to sculpturing and making unique stone decorations for his bouse ami lawn. Some of these works, which include a large stone gate arch, a decorative wall, a huge basin surmounting u stone base ten fe In diameter, are of mo saic design of varicolored stones set in concrete and decorated with the sculp tor's chisel, The decorative wall is 127 feet long and inlaid with more than two huudred kinds of rocks. It is proving a delicate task to kick the Versailles treaty into a hopeless wreck without injuring the Ameri can rights woven into it. Notice of Application for Tax DoM Uader Section S of Chapter 48M, Law of Florida. NOTICE la hereby givea that A. E. Comer purchaser ol fracTsK Certificate No. 32, dated the 7, day of July A. D. ISI) has filed said certificate In my oflea, and has made application for tax m4 to Issue In accordance with law. Bald certificate embraces the follow ing; described property, situated la Putnam county, Florida, to-wlt: E14 of NWVi of NW S'A of SW'4 of KW 65 Acres. S. S. R 26 The said land belnar assessed at Ike date of Issuance of such oertincate la the name of Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be ra seemed according; to law, tax deed WIN issuethercon on the 19 day or Sept A. D. 1921. Witness my official signature aa seal this the 18 day of Aunust A. D. 1921 (SEAL) B. J. HANCOCK. Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co., Fla. By W. A. Williams, ir. D. C. Aug-18-26; Sep. 2-9-16 IX THE CIKCt'lT (Ol'RT, PUTNAM I'OIXTI, FLORIDA. United States Trust Com pany, a corporation ve O. L. Hatch and Harvey U. Hatch. PUBLICATION NOTICE This is to notify the public that I will no longer be responsible for bills contracted by my wife, Myrtle Ray Thomas- VAL C- THOMAS. 9-2, 9, 16, 23. TO HARVEY B HATCK, Defendant, herein, and alt persons iaterestefit In this cause: You and each of. yon will please take notice that the above entitled suit lias been instituted against you lv attachment lnr in uucuit t;ourt it and for Putnam County. Florida. anl that tn and by virtue of the writ of attachment issued: lutreiu. tne follow inK described property situated tu 1'utnam Louuty, Ulniiua. his vein levied upon: The two oraoKe proves In the vil lage of East Palatku, I'utnaoi' Coun ty, Florida, formerly I)Hlonj;in to. the late Edwin "W. Johnson, deceased, one of which, consisting of ten acres. more or less., and on which t.H located citrus trees, a packing houac barn, and sheds for machinery, Is situated on tlie south side of the public high way extending east Iroin the post of fice, and the other of which proves, consisting of twenty acres, more or less, and on which is iw artesian welt and pecan and citrus trees, ia situated on the north side of siiiit public high way, both of which tracts- are de scribed by metes and bounda, as fol lows: That certain parcel of land lyinrc on East side of .It. .rnhrrs River, ami de scribed as beKlnniiiB at the Northwest curlier of land sold by Wylde L. L, Bowen to Joseph A. ('randall, beine, also the Northeast corner of hinds sold by said Bowen to Osborn D. Hea vy, and running thence due North ten chains to a stalie, then..:e J3ast abbot ten chains to the middle of tlvi creek thence South alont? tile meamleriiiirs of the creek about ten chains to the Northeast corner of tile aforesaid cor ner of the aforesaid lands of Josf-.ph A. Crandall, thence "West about ten chains along the North boundary line of the stad Crandall lands to the point of beginning, belnR a part of West half of Southeast quarter of Section Five (5) Township Ten (10 South, Ranse Twenty-seven (27) least, con taining Ten acres, more or less; also that certain parcet of land belnjf part of the West half of Southeast quar ter of Section Frve (fT), Township Ten (10) South. Rsnero Twenty-seven I27 East, on Kact aide of St. Johns River susd deacrfbed a beginning at tbe Heutaeast corner stake of the land add by W, U L. Bowen to Osborn D. ife-avy, and running thence East par allel ts and 30 feet from North boun dary or the land claimed and inclosed by Edwin W. Johnson ten chains to a small creek, and thence In a Norther ly course with the meanderlnars of the creek to a point due East of the Northeast corner of the said Osboru D. Heavy land, thence West to the Northeast corner of said) Osborn D. Heavy land, thence South with the East lino of said Osborn D. Seavy land to beginning, con taining ten ncres, more or less; also that certain parcel of land on East side of St. Johns River, and more particularly described as com mencing at a point where the Section line between Sections Five (5) and Eight (K) intersects the East line of the Woodruff Clrant. tli.mee Sonih along tho East line r.f said (irant Nine (9) chains Saventy-ilve 751 links to a stake, then.'e ICast to Dog rtranch, thence North alonrc Bald Hranch to its intersection with the Section lino between Sections Fivo (61 and Eight (8). thence West along said eouon line Twenty (20) chains and Fifty (501 links to the place of be ginning, and being In Lot two '2) of Section Eight (8), Township Ten (10). South, Range Twentyy-Beve.l (27) East, containing by estimation Twen ty (20) acres, more or less, and sub ject to the .easement for public road, now being used, along and across the North side of said land; excepting from the said land hereinbefore de scribed the following described land: Commencing at a point where the Section line between Sections Five (S) and Eight (R) Intersects the East line of the Woodruff (Irant, thence South along the East lino of said Grant Six bundred forty-three and one-half feet to a stake, thence East Eight hun dred and ten feet, thence North and parallel with the East line of said Woodruff Grant Six hundred forty three and one-half feet to the section line between Sections Five (5) aud Eight (8), thence vVeut along said Section line eight hundred and ten feet to place of beginning; said land excepted having been ejnveyed by party of the first part to Florida East Coast Railway Companv, a railway corportlon, on March , A. D. 1913. and said deed being recorded In the office of the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Putnam County, Florida. In Book 60 of Conveyances, p. 524, which said record Is hereby referred to. (See Book 63, Pages IDS and 1.1U.) All personB Interested are hereby required to be and appear before the Judge of the Circuit Court of Putnam 0 County, Florida, on the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER, A. D. 1921. at the court to be held on that day In and for said county and then and there answer the said plain tiff In a civil action, damages $1500.00 Witness my hand as Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1'utnam County. Flor ida, and the seal of said court this 22nd day of July, A. D. 1021. (Seal) R. J. HANCOCK, Clerk Circuit Court By W A. Williams, Jr., D. C. GILES J. PATTERSON, Solicitor for the Plaintiff. July 20; Aug. 5-12-19-26: Sept. 2-9-18 23-30. 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Harry Watson Watch for Our Opening ANNOUNCEMENT We have acquired the confectionary and soda water business of J. C. Ray and are Remodeling, Renovating and Redecorating We will have our formal opening next week and will have music furnished by a stringed or chestra. We are installing a small lunch counter for the convenience of our friends and patrons and are NOW prepared to give you quick service in light lunches at the soda fountain, GOOD SANDWICHES HOME MADE CAKE EXCELLENT PIES ICE CREAM MADE FROM COWS' CREAM Daisy Tea Room i