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This news will be received with a treat deal of pleasure by a great number of Palatkas who have felt th nreeniDtorv hands of ithe law reach out after them and squeeze the earnings of a hard week's labor from their pockets, merely because misfortune had tackled them on the way and wrested a license plate from the front or rear fo their automobile Now Judce Case has come to the rescue of such unfortunate beings and ruled that Deputy "Poor Byo," or whoever th earrestmg ofiicer might be, must show that the said license has been off its proper place for a onnsiderstble leneth of time, long enough for the violator of the law to have secured another plate. Judge Thomas Butler Dowda wrest ed this decision from the Hastings courts. Publication Names on Delinquent Tax List Is Held Over Palatka BancfWill Render A Concert Tomorrow Evening On account of the inclement wea ther Sunday afternoon, the Sacred concert which was to have been given ion the court house square by tht TVfunicinal Band - wa postponed until tomorrow night. This concert will begin promptly at eight o ciu;k. "The Palatka Band is growing big ger and better each week and with the Dractice which Mr. Shearouse is giving the members, Palatka will soon have the best municipal band in this state. Only one new niemb erwas added last week, but there will prbbably be three or four new mem bers to be added within the next ten COULD HAUDLY STRAIGHTEN UP ivhen the kidneys are overworked or1 disordered and fail to throw out wa'ste matter from the system, it causes aches, pains.'lame back, swol len ankles, sore points, dizziness, -floating specks, etc. J- W. Seabrook, Chester, Pa., write: "My kidneys and back hurt me so when I got out of bed in the morning I could hardly straiirhten up. Had to rub the small of my back before I could walk. I could hardly button by shoes. I have n't felt the soreness since I took Foley Kidney Pills. For sale by J. H- Haughton. Baseball Results' After the lists had been made and put in the hands of The News for publication council declined to with hold the promulgation of the nmaes of delinquent tax payers until ths right of the city to make such pub lication. It was also announced that several errors had been discovered in the lists, property owners who held re ceipts for their taxes not having leen credited in some instances. There was also a question as to whether or not the city had authority to publish .a delinquent tax list. On the list turned into the newspaper were those of many prominent busi ness firms, as well as individuals, the total amounting to something over $22,000. NATIONAL LEAGUE At Chicago-Brooklyn, rain. At Pittsburgh 2, New York 1. At St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 3. At Cincinnati 6, Boston 9. AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston 6-2, Chicago 2-5. At Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 7. At New York 6, Detroit 10. Others not scheduled. Clean-up Squad to Hear Legionaires The Clean-up Squad from the Bu reau of War Risk Insurance will be in Palatka sometime between the sixth and the tenth of next month, and Post Commander H. N. Kirk- man asks that every ex-service man avail himself of this opportunity to have a thorough examination made in order to determine whether sucn men are entitled to treatment or compensation for injuries received while in the service. This Clean-uo Sauad will have its headauarters in Gainesville and will work out from there. Further an nouncement will be made within the next few days as to just what days they will be in Palatka so that every ex-soldier may find out whether he Is still hale and hearty or not. Watch for the date WANTED Position as stenogra pher. Phone 39. 9-15-3t FOR RENT Upper and lower apartments, 5 rooms and bath,each. Modern improvements. Adults. Apply to R. C. Howell, Palatka. FOR SALE Will acrifice Essex tourincr car. first class condition, for cash only. Apply R. H. Phillips, at Smith's. 9:W-n FOR SALE One lot of thorough bred Barred Rock cockrels, March and April hatch; price $1.50. H. A. .T Baker. San Mateo. Fla. 9-9-14t PAINTING, paper" hanging, deco. ratine and hardwood finishing. High' est references. Reasonable. Estimates cheerfully submitted. GRONROS, 111 South 4th street. 9-6-3t FOR SALE New six room bung low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros. 7-14-a Tit rnlainant having filed hi hill in this cause alleging that he believes that there ij a person or that there are persons, interested in t, nrorArtv invilved in such suit, whose name, or names, are unknown to him, and having prayed lor M,m ond having demanded this order, and otherwise complying with the law, " IT IS, THEREFORE vkuwcv, That all parties claiming an interest i th. nrnnortv to WhlCIl TCliei 1 sought, be and each and every of them are hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint on MONDAY. Th 7ih Aav nf November. A. D. 1921 the same being the rule day in said month. The property to which relief is CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED Salesman with car to call on dealers with a low priced 6000 mile tire. $100.00 week with extra commissions. Master Produc tion Corp., South Bend, Indiana. It 'TRAINEED NURSE" Maternity cases a specialty. Box 296, Hastings, Fla. FOR RENT Five room upper flat with bath and modern improve ments. Apply R. C. Howell, Palatka, Fla. 9-20,3t days. Mr. Shearouse says that he hope3 to have a forty piece band in Pa latka eventually. However, such an organization has to be formed slow ly and at present he is rounding into shape the material which he has on hand. LOST A rate book of Standard Life Insurance Co. Reward if re turned to J. H. Whitehead at 721 Madison street. 9-18-3t WANTED Two or three room apartment with bath; immediate oc cupancy. Phone J. E. Johnson at 62 or 2021. 9-18-3t FOR SALE Clondike Strawberry Dlants $1.50 per 1000 at the grove See R. L. Kennerly, San Mateo, Fla. 9-17-St OLIVER BROS. Will give you new tires for your old ones and a LITTLE boot. 8-9-tI WANTED 2 or 3 rooms for light house keeping. Apply at Palatka Newt. 9-15-3t BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 1 would like to purchase some kind of a business in Palatka. For a good business I will consider an incestment of $1,500. Let me know what you have to offer. Address J. W. Parrott, Green Cove Springs, Fla., Box 44, Route 1. 9-18-3t In Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for rut naw County In Chancery. Samuel J. Hilburn, ) Complainant, ) vs ) Florida East Coast Rail- ) way Company, et als., ) Bill and all Parties Claim- ) to ing an Interest in the ) Quiet Property to which Re- ) Title, lief is Sought in said ) Suit, ' ) Defendants. ) ORDER FOR PUBLICATION ought in .aid bill i described as follows: Lying and being in Putnam Coun ty, Florida in Township 9 South, Range 27 Eas , o-w.,; The SVioftne D"- 24; and Lots l anu - ------ al W of Section 25; and Wli of NEtt of Section 25; and NE14, and vu 0f NWV4 of Section 36. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That this order for publication be published once each week for twelve consecutive weeks in the Palatka Daily News, a newspaper puim.. in said County and State. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and the seal of said Court, this the 18th day of lulv A. D. 1921. ' . (Seal) R. J- HANCOCK, Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Countv vu By W. A. Williams, jr., D p. H. E. Merryday, of Palatka, Florida. Solicitor for Complainant. 1 July 19-26; Aug. 2-9-16-23-30; Sm, n n Aft. A Play Checkers! Is it your move? Let us do it f, move anything. Zorn's Transfer Baggage, Furniture and General Hauling. Furniture Storage. Service our motto: Prices right W. H. Zorn Phone 56 'PANAMA .FORT EH ALLS . UNION- MADE A network garment so design ed that the drop-seat will not show. Buttons are invisible and placed so as not to stick in wearer'sback when lying down. LONG WEARING COMFORT COVERALLS lire made . from best materials and r"" to wear. Goods are shrunk before th garments are made up. Insist on "PANAMA ' ' Brand Kaho Mfg. Co.. Mobile, Ala. "Made To Make lrf 1 ill t x .. rv . a- x im NOT ICE )C . VELV 1 V ' it . "The World's Best F our" STOP AT THE Putnm House OPEN ALL THE YEAR Rate $1.00 P r day and up. V E.H. WEDGE PHOTOGRAPHER r Out of town Kodak finishing re . turned the same day received. We, the members of the Ocean City Investment Corporation wish to an nounce that we have severed connec tion with our former selling agents, the Crescent Realty Comoany, and will in the future handle all sales directly through the main offices of the Ocean City Investment Corporation at Bunnell. We wish to assure all purchasers of lots at Ocean City Beach that any contracts which we have signed will be lived up to and that we will go forward 1 with de velopments as rapidly as possible. Ocean City Investment Cor. (Signed) George Moody, Attest: G. C. Varn, President Secretary. NEW EARNEST'S FALL I' . -nil SILKS i : t kt. rv,n q;il- i' o-rparer anfl more varied in fabrir; WUr snowing ui ncn jl an u" t," - -, than we have ever shown betore. uur siock inuca many nCW weaves just out for tall wear, m me more stapic muhu wc arc showing a large line with a great array or coiois. New Fancy Tafetas A nire assortment of patterns in Chiffon, Taffeta, just the kind of goods for dress occasions $2.25 and $Z.75 Plain Chiffon Taffetas Good soft Taffeta, new shades splendid weight and quality $1.75 yd Georgette and Crepe de Chine One lot we shall continue to sell at a real bargain. Only $1.59 Yard Messaline Satins for Fall This line is always good and our prices always the lowest consider ing the quality. Pongee and China Silk We have these goods in many colors. All at the new prices. They are from 27 to 36 in. wide. Indestructible Voiles, and Crepes These are Mallinsons Goods and that means the best. We have marked these crepes and voiles dow n to present silk prices. New Silk Fabrics We will not undertake to name prices here, or try to describe the beautiful goods. Look over this list and come in and see our big line. Moleskin, Crepe and Satin Kittens Ear Satin and Crepe. Paulette Satin, Canton Crepe Pekin Crepe, Charmuese Pussy Willow Satin Jersey Silk and Tricolette Silk Tweed and Foulard Fancy Kimona Silks Silk Tweeds Fisher Maid Silk Melodee Costume Silk Mallinsons Fancy Georgette Mallinsons Satin Stripe Georgette Mallinsons Brocade Satins Beldings Guaranteed Taffeta Pussy Willow Taffeta Van Raalte Silk over Nets Van Raalte Chiffon Silk Radium Silks, new shades Wash Satins, Lining Satins olor BIG SPECIAL FOR TODAY 27 in. Good Cheviot, 36 in. Percale, 27111. Outing, 27 in. Solid C Chambray, 35 in. Curtain Drapery 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Qq YciFcl 9 a. m. to 4 P, m. Limit 10 yards to Customer. No phone or outside orders taken. New Ladies Cellars Just received a big assortment of new Lace and Embroidery Col lars, and Vestccs, all at very rea sonable prices. 50c to $2.45 Beaded and Leather Bags We are showing the new est in La dies Hand Bas. ai! grades, shape and leading colors. r: o 11 t ntcs ieasonable New Line Handkerciefs We now have a complete line of Handkerchiefs in ail grades for all ages, in cotton, silk and linen. Embroidery Work Pieces Towels, Scarfs, Table Covers Underwear Pieces, etc., all stam ped to work, also the embroidery to work them. One lot Ladies New Silk Hose, Spedal 36 in. Brown Muslin, Special for Thursday! ' NEST m 11111 . Sk 4 mm- e " 1 ' M- We Close 1 P. M. Th ursday EAR S Y - 'I il