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PALATKA DaLY NEWS
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Monday by
TICKERS ttl'EKRTi Palatka. Ha.
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Fla, aa Second Claaa Mail Matter
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to reject all objectionable aarertla
ananta or reading tnatter.
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month! . t.ee One nek .11
Payable Invariably In advance
WKSTKRN ADVKBTIHIMi REPBKS.
Hobert K. Ward. I S. Wabaah Avenue
rhlnzo. 111.
BVAMKKN AIVKHTISI0 RBPRES.
p..srt B. Ward. 226 Fifth Avenue
New Tork City
TiCl.EPHOKE
19t
Th Associated Press la exclusively
entitled to tbe use fur publication of
all news dispatches credited to It or
not otherwise credited In this paper
verein.
THE LEGION WILL
MAKE ITSELF FELT.
A few days ago an American Le
gion post in South Carolina passed
a resolution in which it was declared
that Ambassador Harvey "lied" when
he made his infamous utterances at
the Pilfrrim dinner in London a few
weeks ao. Press dispatches state
that there was bitter argument as to
whether the short and ugly word
should be made even more emphatic
by prefixing the word "dam." We
can be very sure that every young
American in that meeting felt a tide
of resentment surging through his
being when he voted to characterize
a misrepresentation of his feeling?
as a false statement, especially when
such characterization was made in
such an impudent and tolerant way,
and of ideals for which so many
gave their lives.
The action of the South Carolina
post may be reckoned as representing
the sentiment of every loyal Ameri
can in the country, even though they
might not adopt the youthful char
acteristics in expressing it. Our
own post, Bert Hodge, has already
expressed itself in no uncertain
terms on this infamous utterance,
and hundreds of other posts in the
country have done likewise. And wa
may expect to see this impulsive sen
timent, this flame of resentment at
such gross impropriety on the part
of America's ambassador at St.
James, temper more firmly American
ideals in the souls of thise who edged
tile assault and accepted every hazard.
When memorial services were held
recently at a Hoboken pier there was
not one participating in an official
capacity in those services to venture
what; those men died for. There
was no explanation in the light of
separate treaty of peace signed with
Germany, simply as a bit of political
strategy to indicate contempt for
the policies of the administration re
cently in control.
As the New York World said re
cently: "At the dedication of the cemetery
at Gettysburg, Lincoln could plead
that "we here highly resolve that
thi;e dead shall not have died in
vaai that this Nation, under God,
shiH have a new birth of freedom,
and that government of the people,
by the people, for the people, shall
not perish from the earth."
No-where in the treaty which Mr.
Harding signed with Germany is
there a word for American ideals, a
'word indicating that young Ameri
cans gave their lives for a principle.
But averywhere the material, the in
sistence for damages for private
claimants crops out as if it wero
really a contract for settlement in a
justice of the peace court.
It was in May that Mr. Harvey
made his speach m London which
aroused such resentment in this
country that President Harding and
Secretary Hughes felt called on to
repudiate it But they spoke before
they acted, and a few weeks later
gave the lie to every word they ut
tered when they signed the separate
treaty and gave approval to every
word that Mr. Harvey uttered. In
his speech Mr. Harvey informed Eu
rope that the American people had
no ideals in the war and that we took
up arms against German autocracy
only because "we were afraid not to
fight." "That is the real truth of
the matter," .he added, "and so we
came along toward the ned and help
ed you and your allies shorten the
war. That is all we did and all that
we claim to have done."
Harvey knew the political atmos
phere at WWashington. He knew
that whether President Harding felt
that way about it or not that he
would chart his course along those
lines best calculated to appease
those who made him puppet.
Whatever it is that troubles the
world just now, it isn't ennui. f
When an employer goes out to
buy brains, he prefers used models
Munitions manufacturer? Iook for
a heavy frost about November 11.
axes to grind.
the storm was the most vivid ever
here as lightning, flashed al
eontinuously and the thunder
Sunday Morning, September it J
,
seen
most
The worst feature of the divorce
".M is the disposition of contending reverberated through the! r
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lacuons to aivorce iu um" . . . rain
streets of 1
Mess:, Rations;
erything is in.
also the fix ev-
For that matter, love of money
the root of all industry.
Europe,' opinion is that the sun
never sets on the American brag.
The lounder a man howla for ser
vice, the smaller his tips will be. ,
. . . i
future can tell whether
Only the
G Germany can
going back.
come back without
Heavens. While torrents
The affairs of the world are direct-' still falling in the
OPENING D ANC
ed by men who feel ill at ease at a gn Anton;0 an(j tne residents una
tea party- ! ble to get out because of the down
Some people worry about how they pour went early to bed a roar was
are going to meet their bills, and heard, subdued, but ominous M tn
some worry about how they are go-; flood waters broke upon the town,
ing to dodge them. . j , r; -3t .was impossible to stand on
"" ' voir feet against the swift current
Another fine thing, about education j sajd one man who escaped from his
American Legion
Very likely Eden lost some of its
atmosphere of romance when Eve
found the onion patch.
Treat 'em rough" was a good war
slogan, but it has its little faults as
a foreign policy.
A physician says people are usu
ally happy when the liver is work
ing well. He probably means flivver.
Air programs have not yet devel
oped to the point where any nation
claims, as its sphere of influence,
the atmosphere.
The disarmament conference will
succeed in burying the hatchet, un
less the delegates bring too many
STOP AT THE
Putnam House
OPEN ALL THF. YEAR
Rates $1.00 Per day and up.
BAND CONCERT
PALATKA BAND
G. M. SHEAROL'SE, Jr. Director
COURT HOUSE SQUARE
Sunday, September 1 1
5 OcUk P. M.
MARCH "Colossus of Columbia" Alexander
OVERTURE "Princess of India" King
POPULAR NUMBER Selected.
CORNET SOLO (a) "The Holy City," Adams
,
(b) "Beneath thy Window" ("0 Sole Mio")r ..Di CapUa
MR. SAM. ROSS
SACRED SELECTION "Throw Out the Life Line" Hayes
"AMERICAN PATROL" Meacham
BASS SOLO "The Devil in the Deep Blue Sea" King
MR. LEON ROCCO
t
TROMBONE SMEAR "Lassus Trombone" Fillmore
MARCH "The Stars and Stripes Forever" Sousa
STAR SPANGLED BANNER
is that it keeps the youngsters out of
mischief and gives
teace at home.
mother a little
home before the force of the flood
Citation No. 6,754:
of present prices, and
lower wages, he walked boldly into
a store to buy winter shoes for his
seven children."
LIST OF PUTNAM COUNTY
MEN LISTED AS SLACKERS
The News has received from the
War Department a list of Putnam
county men who have been listed in
the department's records as evading
military service during the war. This
list is released for publication on
September 12, but it will not be pub
lished until' The News can substan
tiate any or all of these so listed.
This list should, however, be open
to the public, so that the name of any
person unjustly listed through error,
' might be reported to the proper au
thorities and the "record cleared up.
The list can be seen at the News of
i fice.
t
! CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATES
j OF J3EATH LIST MAY GROW
(Continued from" Page 1)
' evening in the hills along the Omas
; creek.
The electric display accompanyins
struck. I got away early as the nrsi
water rose and even then I was com
'nelled to cling to buildings, trees,
In the face s fences and wreckage to get out. I ;
in spite of j i j stand unricht against the :
water. When the cre:t came a few,
minutes later I do not believe any hu- j
man being could have withstood it.
Houston, Texas, Sept. 10 A re- j
Rr Associated lieM.
port of the weather observer at Tay-1
lor. Tex., to the Houston weather bu- j
reau at 10:30 tonight states that
23:63 inches of rain has fallen there;
in the last 24 hours. An official j
message from Valley Junction states
that that place is under water, Prac-i
tically all communication out o
Houston to points in the flooded area .
are broken, but meagre reports show
considerable areas affected.
;The.Briglitest Spot in To
Tuesday Night, September 13f
4 By Asnoelate PrfMl
Corpus Christie, Tex., Sept. 10'
The bodies of 20 Americans were re-,
covered from swollen streams 'at Mc
Allen today, according to a dispatch
to a local newspaper tonight. The
telephone plant manager at Harlin
gen says the Rio Grande river and
tributaries are all far out of their
banks.
Third Floor Over
City Drug Stoie
It is our intention to have these
dances every week.
Ford Tops put on in one hour at
Model Painting & Trimming Co.
HOGS! HOGS! HOGS
FOR SALE
Seven Bred Duroc Gilts, 100 per
cent Stock. Apply to
It. F. D. Box 182, Peniel Road.
Mrr. Warrington
VELVET
The Worm
IW Floi-r"
Payne's Suit Club
Have you joined it?4If not,
whv not?
Fi'OIBS tfifoe 2HIlS&2ir of
tothe
taseffs.cfKabsic
We
are
gning away
suits each Saturd.iv
two
The winners of last
suits were
No..?
night's
THE U. S. U SCO TREAD
Here is th U. S. Usco Tread,
with a long-esublithad standard
of service among motorists who
have an eya to value, as well aa
to price. While selling for less than
the other tires in the U. S. Fabric
line, the Usco has earned a repu
tation for quality and dependable
economy which ia not exceeded
by any tire in ita claaa.
Giring to fAe bbric tir mmr
free. Jiw firee. Bmng made
mew. Swig eiupped now. '
MIPS
E. P. Wilkerson
inis
No. 20 Ed Kummer, Jr.
E. H. WEDGE
PHOTOG RAPH E R
Out of town Kodak . finishing re
turned" the same day received.
Children's Haircntting a Specialty
Stricly First CUrs White Barbers
Putjiam Barber Shop
214 Lemon Street
8. J. Vnatark. Prot- .Palatka, Fla.
Call on us for particulars
712 Lemon Street
United States Tires
are Good Tires
U.S. USCO TREAD
U. S. CHAIN TREAD
U. S. NOBBY TREAD
U. S. ROYAL CORD
U.S. RED & ukEY TUBES
IN all of modem merchandising
the biggest conundrum is the
fabric fire situation.
Around 70 of all car owners
use fabric tires.
Their instinct for quality is as
strong and insistent as any one
else's.
Why, then, are they offered
such hodge-podge stocks of "dis
count tires,""odd lots,""seconds,"
"retreads" and other so-called
bargains of uncertain origin?
Sooner or later the public al
ways seeks out quality. As a
matterof self.protection if for
no other reason. The out-and-out
vyuuuu m iavor ot l
Tia t -1irM ah- -. O. rauiir.
uas spread more this year
than it ever did.
People have gptten very close to
the U. S. policy. Felt it Benefited
by it. And passed the word along.
It's a policy settled to onestand
ard for all U. S. Tires. Whether
fabrics or cords. Small sizes or
large.
Giving to the fabric tire user
fresh, live tires. Being made
now. Being shipped now.
All the original U. S. vitality
and seryicecomes through when
you buy a U. S. Fabric Tire.
"Usco," "Chain, M "Nobby."
Three different treads.
Built by the same brains, the
same policy, the same quality
uipnle that hiva mfl.de U.
Royal Cords the standard meas
ure of tire worth.
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United States
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