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JJalatha Haifa fcfouia
Tuesday Morning, Sefit
PALS BEAT STARS
OF EAST COAST IN
A RAGGED CONTEST
Palatka defeated the Fort Pierce
ball club, winners of the East Coast
League pennant this year, yesterday
afternoon, by-a score of 5 to 4. Loose
play characterized the fielding of
both clubs, with the locals winning
out when Herbert Thomas polled the
phere over the center field .. fence
with one on, giving the Pals a one
run lead.
Durham, pitching for the Pals
struck out seven men and allowed
eight hits, but managed to keep them
rAeIl scattered. Hicks, for the visi
tors, only yielded five hits, but the
Pals managed fo bunch them. Hedge
was (he star for the visitors, playing
a brilliant game at third and also
starred with the bat.
. -Very few of the fans knew that
the game was to be played yesterday
and the crowd was unusually small.
'The two teams will play again today
and Thursday. The score: J
fort i-ierce 100 200 CIO 4 8 3
Palatka 003 020 OOx 5 5 3
Batteries: Hicks and Murphy; Dur
ham and Larzo.
Baseball Results
AMERICAN LEAGUE
At Philadelphia Bostcjji, rain.
No others scheduled. "
NATIONAL LEAGUE
At Pittsburg 5-3; Boston 4-4.
No others Scheduled.
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
At Birmingham 2-0; Memphis 3-3.
At Little Rock 4-0; Nashville 11-5.
At Atlanta 3; New Orpeans 2.
At Chattanooga 4; Mobile 2.
Auto Tops, Seat Covers and Paint
ing, Model Paint Trimming Co.
Child's Body Is
Taken From Lake
(By AHnoelntrd Fre-ii.l j
Sebring, Fla., Sept. 12 After a 24;
hour search in which aeroplanes were:
used, together with dragnets and'
prapplins hooks, the body of 2 veari
MARION SHERIFF ORDERED
TO LEVY ON OCKLAWAHA
(Continued from Page 1)
over that section of the track from
anu auer miumgni luesciay, tnir
teenth. After your logging train has
passed Silver Springs you will please
replace all rolling stock on main line
at Silver Springs as originally plac
ed by me. You will also unload en
gine number one and hundred nine
and at the same time place it on main
line with other rolling stock. Notify
all concerned and have all foreign
cars remcved from that section of
track before that time."
CLASSIFIED ADS
REWARD OFFERED Lost, small
solid gold watch at ball game last
Saturday. Accidentally dropped from
seat near the center of the West half
of grand stand. S. J. Hilburn.
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn
Lockrels. Good egg strain, ,your
choice $1.50 each or $15.00 per doz
en. 9-ll-3t
apartment and garage at 413 Oak
street. Zh per month. Apply 609
Oak street or E. W. Gray, Jackson
ville. -l-3t
ARIit'CKLE IN JAIL PENDING
.. FURTHER PROBE OF MURDER
(Continued from Page 1)
jury investigation in which Mrs.
old Esther Smith, daughter of Mr. Kc-lmont was expected to be the lead
and Mrs. George Smith, was taken witness
out of Lake Jackson late this after-' Hold Back Star Witness
noon. The child fell out of the row j Ir5- Belmont did not testify at the
boat yesterday afternoon near the ' "Pining session of the inquest, the
center of the lake when two older! district attorney saying that her ap
children of the Smith family acci- j P'arance today, previous to the grand
dentally let the boat get away from 1 jur' session, would handicap the au-
they and drift out into the water. ' thorities. Instead physicians and
WANTED Young men and ladies
to demonstrate high class goods.
Hard work and good pay. Apply to
Mr. Barnett's Store from 9 a. m. to
4 p. in.
LOST A check, payable 7oF. B.
Price drawn bn the Putnam National
Bank. Finder will return to Mr.
Price at Hart Furniture Co., and re
ceive liberal reward. 9-13-3t
FOR SALE One lot of thorough
bred Barred Rock pullets, March and
AprilApril hatch; price $1.50. H. A.
J. Baker, San Mateo, Fla. 9-9-tf
Ff) R-SAI.Ebne-Restaurant out
fit will be sold at 213 11th street,
near the Coast Line depot. Come
and let me make you a price. 9-9-2t
FOR RENT 4 large unfurnished
rooms. 608 Kirby St. 8-8-6t
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms and
two nicely furnished light house
keeping rooms convneient to bath.
Also one large room with kitchen
ette. Apply 308 River St. 917-5t
where between Jacksonville and Bun
nell. Reward. Address C. C. 3ry
ant, Ocala, Fla. .-j-St.
FOR KENT Niceiy furnished
room over the Reliable Store, 400
Lemon and 4th streets. 9-6-8t
FOR SALE New six room bunga
low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros.
7-14-tf
Mattresses Made Over
Old Matrresses Made New, "
Work Guaranteed
Prices Right
Vego Hair Mfg. Co.
Phone 432 6th Street
FOR RENT Two nicely furnish
ed light housekeeping rooms, in a
centrally located section of the city.
For adults only. 9Apply 220 S. 5th
street or phone 357W 9-11-3:
FOR RENT Furnised rooms by
day or week. Apply at 221 Soutn
Sixth street. 9-10-6t
DAISY TEA ROOM TO HAVE
ITS OPENING WEDNESDAY
DOES AWAY WITH ALL PAIN
RemarkabJe Anesthetic May Soon Be
Employed in Delicate Dental
Surgical Operations.
others told of Miss Rappe's removal! F0K SALE Will sacrifice Essex
touring car, first class condition, for
cash only. Apply R. H. Phillips, at
Smith's. 9-10-7t
from Arbuckle's suite, her treatment
j in another hotel room and later at a
Miss
The Daisy Tea Room will make its
bow to the public in a new dress to
rn orrow, Wednesday, with a big old
fashioned turkey dinner which will
sell for $1.00. This dinner, will be
served all day long. Many other
good things will be prepared for the
patrons and friends of this tea room
and home made pies and cakes will
be offered forsale.
ror the past few weeks Mrs. Gay1
has been having this popular tea
room repainted, renovated and re
decorated and now that it is finished
promises to be one of the most pop
ular as well as most up-to-date tea
rooms in this section of the state.
In addition to the tea room Mrs.
Gay has purchased the soda fountain
and confectionary business of J. C.
Ray and will in the future sell cold
drinks and serve light lunches at the
fountain.
A stringed orchestra will f:,'n
music during the greater part of the
day Wednesday.
625,000 BOTTLES
SOLO IN HEW YORK
Biggest Thing of Kind Ever
In That State, Declares
Big Wholesaler.
Seen
The fact that 625,000 bottles of
Tanlac have been sold in the state of
New York since its introduction
there less than one year ago, is a
big business item that will attract
unusual attention throughout the en
tire East, for nothing like it has ev
er happened before. It breaks all
records. j
Mr. George B. Evans, manager of
the Gibson-Snow Company, the well
known wholesale druggists, with
branches in Albany, Buffalo, Roches
ter and Syracuse, recently announced
that the preparation was now selling
in their trade territories alone at the
phenomenal rate of approximately
500,000 bottles a year.
"If the present rate continues,"
said Mr. Evans, "this state alone will
probably require considerably over
7.r0,fi00 bottles a year. This is' a tre
mendous figure, but I am really con
servative in making this statement."
Tanlac is sold by leading druggists
everywhere. (adv.)
A coal-tar chemical for the elimina
tion o all jiiiin in cli.ntitl surglcul op
erations, simple of application and
suitable fnr repeated mid universal
use In oral surgery, according to the
Scientific American, is announced by
Dr. Joseph A. Klein of New Yolk
city.
This new chemical Is liquid In form,
is applied on a pellet of cotton to the
gum or mucous ineinlirane surrounding
the tooth to lie anesthetized or into
a cavity prior to exeavation where a
tootli is to be tilled or treated. It
produces complete local anesthesia in
from two to eidit minutes and elim
inates all feeling for from one to six
hours.
Doctor Klein lias extracted teeth
and pulps painlessly hy the use of this
chemical. Its effect is entirely local,
so it may ne applied with perfect safe
ty, regardless of the patient's age or
general physical condition, and it is
particularly valuable as an anesthetic
In the extraction of children's teeth.
It leaves no disagreeable utter-effect,
but because of its long period of ac
tivity gives the nervous -system a:np!e
time to" recover from the shock of op
eration before the nerves in the area
of the operation ivgi.in their noriuc!
feeling or activity.
Dents taken out of car bodies
Model Paint & Trimming Co.
j nospuai, ner aeatn and the post mor-
tern examination.
i Ihe physicians were unable to say
what was the exact cause of
Pappe's death.
I Harry J. Boyle, assistant manager
! of the hotel, testified that when call
j ed by Mrs. Belmont to Arbuckle's
! suite he found Mrs. Belmont and Al
beminacher sitting on the edge of a
bed where Miss Rappe lay moaning
and unconcious. Arbuckle picked up
Miss Rappe and carried her down the
j hotel corridor to another room where I
i she stayed until being taken to the
; hospital three days later, according
j to Boyle's testimony.
"Too much liquor," was the diag
nosis given by Dr. Olav Kearboe, the
first physician called in, according to
Kirby's own statement. At that time
there was no evidence of serious in
jury, he said. Dr. M. E. Rumwell,
testified Miss Rappe's condition did
not seem serious until Thursday of
last week when a consultation was
held.
Dr. Rumwell said there was noth-!
ing to indicate she had suffered froni
any violence until the post mortem !
examination when he said evidence of I
internal injuries were found. j
Another physician called to oer-
FOR RENT To gentleman, nice
ly furnished bed room. Apply up
stairs at 528 Kirby St. 9-19-2t
FOR RENT Six rooms
upper
PAINTING, paper hanging, deco
rating and hardwood finishing. High
est 'references. Reasonable. Estimates
cheerfully submitted. GRONROS, 111
South 4th street. 9-6-3t.
LOST One tan suit case and black
traveling bag, jolted from anto some-
VELVET
"The World's Best Flour"
E. H. WEDGE
PHOTOGRAPHER
Out of town Kodak finishing re
turned the same day received.
JOHN J. MURPHY
Real Estate
ember,
0UVER RoXl
new tires for your , 1
LITTLE boot. 4111 1
CHURtf
SCHOO
CIVIC CLl
Buy your Pianos
more, from nie
Makes. Just
"""" r anvantn.
m lott j
Best J
wnteforpj
through a broker.
Price Kutter frj
Piano Broktf
i rears in ...
ox os, JacW
ESTEY CHURCH 0!
Florida East Go?
FLAGLER SYSTEM
Condensed ScheHnl..
lrtk ifor.tto .m (h. Tl.iw ,
DEIMRTI'llES FROM EAST PAL1TK4
Elfeet've April B, j2j
6:00 P. St. TRAIN'S 59 on1 IH.UHUI t nn . .
all stops. (Coaches and Broilor n,,-if,.? l5'-Mik-
The daylisht locals between Jacksonville nnri
6-110 P. M. TRAIN'S 86 and 86 THE HAVAKA rpppmt mi.
lork
I READY TO HELP YOU
If you are subject to billiousness,
gas, bloating, sick headaches, sour
stomach or other ills that result from
indigestion and constipation, you can
get relief with Foley Catrartic Tab
lets. They are a genuine, wholesome i
physic that affords prompt, sure and
safe relief without griping or pain.
J. T. Osburn, R.F.D. 1, Lucasville, 0-,
writes: "Foley Cathartic Tablets are
fine. I had stomach trouble. I took
Foley CCathy-tic Tablets and now 1
can eat anything." For sale by J.
H- Haughton.
Children's Haircutting a Specialty
Strictly First Class White Barbers
Putnam Barber Shop
2 T. "ilvna epeciat between W
ana Key v. est. Throuarh eerier. v. -i- ' t
Key West, Jacksonville and Kev fful i.,iJf l
214 Lemon Street
J. Denmark, Prop- .Palatka,
Fla.
Dlnins Car. ' "UIn Ma. m
11:13 P. M. TRAINS 37 ami 38 KET WEST EXPREfr.ii. k
Jiakes local stops. Mullet Bleeplnfr cars Jack, S?"F
and Miami; Through sleepers New York and K , iOS
VV est. one via A. C. L. and one via 8. A. L. north I V
Jacksonville. " fa
BETWEEN PALATKA AND EAST PALATKA L tl
Lv. Palatka, 11:00 A M; 12:30 P M; 1:40 P M; 4 50 P M iTh,
Ar. E Palatka 11:20 A M; 12:50 P M; 2:00 P M; 6:10 P M- ttor;
Lv E. Palatka 10:20 AM; 11:55 A M; 1:10 PM; 3:35PM fesic
Ar.PaJatka 10:40 AM; 12:15 PM: 1:30PM: 3-55PM.'rt
Reho-Pasfe
For Sere Throat,
Coughs, Oranp.
lorm the post mortem operation dc-! m , u
scribed the internal injuries but said'ftSR TOUT DrU&gJS!
he could not sav rtefipnitelv n-liofi wS
caused them.
WtMy
mv
jla T. I T7 1 K
reuy wool raDrHS
Our line of New Fall Woolens surpass anyth
b
I si
linn u p hoi o .,!.
hofrir AV 1 ...J.... -""""IS "V , Vu W!im
V , V HdXC d UIlu"iui line considering the size of thisc:
U e have these goods in the new leading shades as well as the stri0?
shades that are always good.
Bee I
Genuine Inditfo
DENIM
Best quality, old-fashioned,
twilled "Denim"- the honest,
Iong-wearingeloth "like they
used to make."
"PANAMA"
Overalls
Are first-class Union-made
garments for men and boys,
bold under our iron - clad
guarantee. Ask your dealer.
Kahn Mfg. Co Mobile, AU.
"Made To Make Good"
V -ft,
Votive StmrW RirtW
Your taste will tell you that! For Camels
have the flavor and fragrance of choicest tobaccos,
perfectly blended. They're smooth and mellow
mild. And there's NO CIGARETTY AFTER
TASTE. We put the utmost quality into this one brand.
Camels are as good as it's possible for skill, money
ana ineiong Knowledge ot tine tobaccos to make a
cigarette.
why Camels are THE QUALITY
mJjiAk il
MIL
J CIGARETTE.
Duveteen
A popular Fabric for this Fall
and Winter, 40 inch wide, fine
quality,
Special $5.45 yd.
Wool Jersey
This grade was $4.95 last vear, is
54 m. wide, made up in tubeing
m leading shades
Now only $2.75 yd.
French Serge
ii jids ueen a long time
sold this quality at this
colors,
$1.25 yd.
since we
price, al!
ironec
Wool Velour
Here is 854 m. Fabric thai! ho
peals to a good taste for nice Zhi
casions v
Special $2.95 yd.
1 the ,
Chiffon Broadcloth i
This cloth is 54 in., fine snw1
quality, good assortment of lid
ing shades iocki
Only $3.75 yd. (S
: Mis
Storm Serge QJ-
1 abet 4
six leal-,..,.
Good grade 40 in., in
shades, last season a $1.45 qua ing bi
Sneri.il nrar ot "
85c yd.
11T , . NEW FALL SILKS
iX of N
w,, ,.taMons. Uetannot
utic uut wni do sr. soon. r
IlCU goods It IS
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i'iea;-ure to s imv
z -r
OUR SPF.nAI thhav
A k; j , . JLJt- 1
- uig Hjiiuow run ot 36 in.
uung ana uress Cimghj
iam.
.9,4n, 10c Yard
limit 12 yards to Customer
Iwekle
At tO
tele
I Semi
I testil
Silks, and new Tff the
r ... 11.
name prices or m
invite you to con.e .m.n see l ege in
lit ten
crirls
were
lArbuc
in. Bleache'd Cotton, gf
jn she
(He doo
9 a. m. to 4 p.mjroon
k part;
. , 08 heai
phone or outside orders tal--om :
- i and 0
Percale, 36
iSEJIPSPEciXC THURSDAY 15
NewNeckWear
Just received a big 1
date fine Colin r.ju.
C 1 r ' dllU -Utt
Sets and Vestees, all new and verv
K 'me of up-to
f 11 1
clot!
w hu
reasonablt
New Hand Bags
W , ,jts pJaci
y e can now supply your m.
for a good Hand Bag or M RaPpe
We have them in many
all at reasonable prices. thrc
uetm
EARNEST Ctf
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