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palatka Uatin SBtenia
Wednesday Morning, September
Wilkinson's Fine
Shoe Store Opens
To Palatka People
Law Enforcement
Officers In Jail
on Murder Charge
Many Palatkans attended the in
formal opening last night of Pa
latka's new shoe store, the Wilkin
son Store at its home on
Second street. The store, completely
"remodeled in every respect, is one
of the most attractive in Palatka,
and when Mr. Wilkinson receives
his complete stock of shoes, will be
one of the most up-to-date in this
section of Florida.
The interior of this new estab
lishment is finished in mission oak
and gray, and the woodwork being
finished in mission oak. All the fur
niture is handsomely upholstered.
The interior presents a very pleasing
appearance as one steps in the front
On each side of the .store, there
are three wall show cases in which
are displayed all the latest creations
in dainty footwear. The draperies in
these cases are of peacock plush,
which displays the footwear to the
greatest advantage. Ferns and other
potted plants placed on the wall cases
add much to the appearance of the
Mr. Wilkinson's display window
shows the work of a master hand. His
window fixtures are well selected and
the trim very well balanced and
carefully placed. A large bowl of
golden rod lends to the window an
autumnal atmosphere.
Mr. Wilkinson is an expert snoe
man and he plans to sell the very
best in bootery for men, women and
children under his own name.
Apoka Woman Is
Drowned in Lake
Birmingham, Sept. 20. W. S. Knox
and A. W. Crowe, state law enforce
ment officers, and four special law en-
North forcement officers or members of a
citizen's possee are held in the El
more county jail at wetumpKa on
harjres of murder, preferred by
Sheriff Strength, according to long
distance telephone reports from She
riff Strength tonight.
Earlier advices did not give any
details of the arrest.
The murder charge resulted from
the alleged killing of Lee Paunton
in a fight six miles fsom Eclectie,
Ala., according to the sheriff who
3tated that another man was seri
ously wounded at the same time.
The sheriff said he had preferred
harges of murder against all the
persons m tne- parly at tne time
paunton was killed and that they
probably would be given preliminary
hearings Friday.
Girl From Nowhere
Bie Grand Feature
Elaine Hammerstein, one of the
most popular young women on hte
screen, is the star of the latest Selz.
nick picture, "The Girl from No-
where," which will be seen at the
Grand today.
There are few stars who have
reached in so short a time the high
place in public affection which is
held by Miss Hammerstein, and it is
the announced policy of the Selznick
company to provide her with the
Best stories, directors, supporting
dasts, and scenic equipment that can
be secured.
"The Girl from Nowhere" tell
the story of a girl who made i
mistake in her judgement of a man
Innocent herself, she becomes im
plicated in appearance in a notori
ous jewel roberry, and escaping
Mom her accusers she finds herself
ill a predicament less dangerous
ljut, if anything, more embarrass
ing. Seeking shelter in a hunting
lixige, the property of a wealthy
man. she tells the caretaker, who
tries to ej'ect her, that she is the
avvner's wife. The caretaker know?
at his employer is unmairied, ai
ui'tis at her claim, but tne owner
himself appears at this moment, cor-
iobrates the girl's story. There is
reonter present and the raws of the
ir-arriage of Jimmy Ryder spreads
fcomp!icr.tion follows complication
intil the truth finally straightens the
Lloyd George Nor
1 Courzon to Attend
Conference in U. S
(Br Aaftoclateil rre.)
Orlando, Sept. 20. Mrs. Pauline
Rosenstein was drowned this even
ing in a lake at West ApoKa, where
she was teaching her niece to swim.
Mrs. Rosenstein stepped in a 'deep
hole and became frightened and was
unable to save herself. W. T Ham
erick, who was visiting at a nearby
esidence heard the woman scream
and went to the rescue, managing to
save the niece, but was unable to
reach Mrs. Rosenstein in time to
save her life.
Ford Offer For
Nitrate Plant
Being Help Up
(Br Associated PreHM.)
Washington, Sept. 20. Conflicting
views ot army engineers ana tnose
epresenting Henry Ford as to the
expenditure necessary to complete
the power dams at Muscle Shoals
nitrate plant must be reconciled, Sec
retary Weeks indicated today, before
action will be taken on the offer of
the Detroit manufacturer to take
jver the plant and operate it as
ommercial fertilizer factory. Mr.
Ford's engineers, who conferred with
the secretary yesterday, have esti-
ated that the work will require $28,-
000,000, while government experts
laced the probable cost at something
like twice that amount, Mr. Weeks
No Word Received
From Sub Sending
Out Distress Call
I n v AMMitnlritftl PrHH
London, Sept. 20. Neither Pre
mier Lloyd George or Lord Courzon
secretary for foreign- affairs, will at
tend the Washinerton conference on
the. limitation of armament.
This official ann-uuicment wa
made toilav. Their d?v'si..r. -it
tributed to hrsri-ndim: dr.-v ;
jn domestic p';mK-p.
This htf cr.-sed in r.irvf-?t h?rc
as the development of British affairs
for pome time part has made it evi
itent that the Prime Minister could
ii it leave the country.
It has been assumed that Lord
Courzon would go to Washington. His
health, however, is one of the drawbacks.
(lly AHMoelnted PrewO
Miami, Sept. 20. The sub-chaser
320 dispatched from Key West yes
terday after receipt of a distress call
from a United States submarine off
the coast of Florida was towed in
here this afternoon by the sub-chase
15-1 which had gone out to meet her.
Use 320 developed engine trouble and
Although the 154 put to sea with a
hole in her bow received a weeli
ago in going to the aid of another
distressed vessel, the latter boat was
able to haul her sister ship in here.
No further word was received
here today in regard to the subma
rine which called for aid early Mon
day morning.
Miners May Demand
No Reduction Made
In the Wage Scale
(Ilr AmhocIiiH'iI Prtrss.l
Indianapolis, Sept. 20. Continu
ance of a policy in opposition to re
ilucing wages of coal miners, urge'
today by President John L. Lewis, c
the United Mine Workers of Americ
it the opening of the union's biennial
convention, met with applause of the
1,500 delegates who voted overwhelm
ingly that the miner's demands be
placed before the convention for con
sideration within ten days. The
decision, however, i ssubject to re
consideration later.
Plan Suggested by Kansas Committee.
i n to Tell Lawmakers What
Legion Men Need.
"Join the army and walk around the
world!" Do you reaiember that slogan.'
Doug h b oyjt
whose weary feet
ate up the kilo
meters on the oth
er side and the
miles on this side
s o paraphrased
the advertising ot
the recruiting
service during the
war. But walk
ing won the war.
"Let's keep It
up," urges W. V.
Kurtz, Kansas na
tional executive
committeeman of the American Le
gion. "Let's walk to Washington and
t"ll them what the Legion wants for
its disabled und for its whole member
According to Sir. Kurtz' plan, dele
gates from each state department of
:! Legion would hike overland to the
nation's eapitol, arranging their sched
ules so as to meet on the White House
steps on the same day. However, he
would permit representatives from the
other side of the Rockies to ride the
usliions across to this side.
Legion posts nlong the way would
feed and shelter the hikers. "I'll lead
the way, and outwalk anyone In the
Legion," the Kansas pedestrian declares.
Remarkablt Work of Italian Consid
ered Well Worth the Money
He Asks for It.
An eight-day clock whittled out of
bamboo by Constunzo Renal, of Home,
and valued at $50,000, Is on exhibition
In the jewelry and silverware division
on the fourth floor of the Bush Ter
minal sales building, says the New
York Times. Two years were re
quired to make the clock, which Is
made entirely of bamboo with the ex
ception of the leaden weight and two
small glasses which serve as gongs.
The clock, with its complicated
bamboo mechanism suggesting a min
iature steel skyscraper in course of
construction, strinds about T& feet
high. At any time by looking at it
one can tell the hour, minute and sec
ond, the day of the week and the
month of the year, as well as the
phases of the moon.
The clock strikes the hours and
quarter-hours, a cane mullet forced
by a cane spring striking two goblets
which serve as bells. The chimes
are regulated to Indicate the time to
those who cannot see the clink. At
noon, If desired, a small flag is raised,
the raising being preceded by a whis
tle from a bamboo tube, and one min
ute after the noon hour a cannon at
the top of the clock Is discharged.
j Baseball Results'
At Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 1.
At Boston 1, Cleveland 4.
At New York 4, Detroit 2.
At Washington 9, Chicago 0.
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FOR SALE Will sacrrace t-s3 uumc m raiama. pot
l :..i.ar first class condition, for I k.lamess t will eonaW .
casn uiny. lftw OI 1uuu- know l
Smith's. ., .
" i uavc w unci, nuurpaa I lw
ureen v
Route 1.
At Cincinnati 1, Philadelphia 6.
At Chicago 7, New York 6.
At St. Louis 9, Boston 7.
At Pittsburgh-Brooklyn, rain.
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" WANTED Employment;
ladv. office girl, sewing by day any
thing reasonable. Address "L care
a: ,.Tn C.itv. 9-21-5t
Ul UlUK- ""'I
H-AMTirn 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
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,
i.OST A rate book of Standard
Life Insurance Co. Reward if re
turned to J. H. Whitehead at 721
Mndisnn street. 9-18-3t
WANTED Two or three room
anartment with bath; immediate oc
cupancy. Phone J. E. Johnson at 62
or 2021. 9-18"3t
One lot of thorough-
r un-" -
, i nnMni pnk rrwkrels. March
DreU U i eu ,
,i a-;i tiAtnh: price $1.50. H. A.
turn if
J. Baker, San Mateo, Fla. 9-9-14t
j un.AnnA finishinc- Hierh-
raiing anu -
est references. Reasonable. Estimates
cheerfully submitted. GRONROS, 111
... o a o
Ontb 4th street. o-u-ou
enn sate Nw six room bunga
low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros.
"OUVER BROS. Will give you
new tires for your old ones and a
T.TTTT.E boot. 8-9-tf
"SrAXTTirrt o nr 3 rooms for li cr ht
VV ti. X-J is - - "
house keeping. Apply at Palatka
Npws. 9-15-3t
PPL!, nit. J i- .
inis Bin uay 01 August, A H
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BUSINESS UfrUJKiuiNii i i vim n.. uavis, ueceased, I
would like to purchase some kind of I Aug. W-ll-i-61; bep. 7-14. ft.
Green Cove Springs, Fia
I Notice of Final Settfef
Notice is Hereby Given K
the-10th day of October, A. jj
or aa. soon thereafter as
heard, I shall make a settw
my accounts as Executor of K
tate of Martha A. Davis,
vouchers to the Court of the rJ
" ". . . "lllp sw
Florida, Jor approval and f A
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Dr. James Rowcll Angell, the new
president of Yale university.
Miss Stirlijig Is
In For the Finals
I ' i) r aorln-j frrt
1 Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 20. Miss Alexa
J Stirling, of Atlanta, Ga holder of
he United F ates and Canadian Wo
jnans Golf Championship, and Miss
Cecil Leitch. winner of the British
Ind French tltulae events, won their
Hatches today in the first round of
he Canadian championship tourna
ment. Miss Stirlings won a close
natch from Miss Whytr, of the
loyal Montreal Club, two up and
ne to play, while Miss Leitch di3
i osed of Mrs. Gibson, of Hamilton,
liK and four.
Rift in Tampa's
Commission Form
i By AHHOClntPil f'f-PHMk
Tampa, Septf,. '20. The first rift
in the commission form of govern
ment came tonight when the city
.?omniision received from the three
members of the civil serviec board
their joint resignations. The board
recited the fact that it had asked for
certain funds for its work, including
money to hire a clerk, and that the
commission failed to include any
thing in the budget on which the
board could operate. Having nothing
to function with, it simply could not
function, hence they resigned, the
members stated.
Itub-My-Tism is a powerful anti
septic. Cures infected cuts, old sores
tetter, etc.
Now is the time to pay
close attention and see
that your bakings are pure,
wholesome and nutritious.
Good flour is all flour with
all the nutritive value of
wheat. Mix it with good
baking powder and you have
a nutritious, wholesome, pal
atable baking. No ready
mixed substitute will take its
For wholesome, nourish
ing food you must use straight
flour and a pure baking pow
der There never was, is not,
and never will be anything
that will take the place of good
straight baking powder and plain
If you are using self rising
flour or any other kind of a
substitute for good baking powder or
plain flour you had better stop, be
cause you are not practicing real
economy, not saving a cent, and
worst of all you take a chance of los
ing the full nutritious health-building
value of a good, plain flour.
FOR SALE Clondike Strawberry
plants $1.50 per 1000 at the grove.
See R. L. Kennerly, San Mateo, Fla.
WANTED Position
pher. Phone 39.
FOR RENT Upper and lower
apartments, 5 rooms and bath.each.
Modern .improvements. Adults.
Apply to R. C. Howell, Palatka.
Seven Bred Duroc Gilts, 100
cent Stock. Apply to
R. F. D. Box 182, Peniel Road
Mrs. Warrington
Mattresses Made Over
Old Matrresses Made New
Work Guaranteed
Prices Right
VegrHair Mfg. Co.
Phone 432 6th Street
Children's Haircutting a Specialty
Strictly First Class White Barbers
Putnam Barber Shop
214 Lemon Street
S. J. Denmark, Prop- -Palatka, Fla.
Has Plenty of Punch, But No
It is cool and re
freshing in hot
weather and
thirst quenching
in cold weather.
It hits the spot
all the time.
On Sale "at Soda Foun
tains and cold drink
Atlantic Grocery Co.
Wholesale Distributors Palatka, Flotii
Play Checkers?
! Is it your move ?
1 move anything.
Let us do it. We
Zorn's Transfer
' Baggage, Furniture and General
Hauling. Furniture Storage.
Service our motto: Prices right.
W. H. Zorn Phone 56
Cabbage Plants
All varieties for sale. 500 parcel
jpost, $1.25; 1000 parcel post, $2.00.
: 2000 or more by express, $1.50 per
' thousand.
Courteous Service
Promptly Rendered
In addition to the satisfaction of know
ing that all Meats you get from this
market are of the best quality. You
can depend upon prompt and courteous
service at all times.
The Model Meat Market
"Where Ounliti Tells and Price Mis"
Florida and Western Meats
Hens and Fryers Dressed to Order.
Otsfcr.s in Season
326 Lemon St. Phone f
Real Estate
No. 3150
Was awarded the five gallons of
gasoline and one quart of oil today
May be the fortunate one tomorrow.
Our customers have an equal oppor
tunity to get the gas and oil which
we are giving away each day.
Watch this space daily for the
winning number
H. C. Merwin
and Co.
Gasoline, Oil and Tires
How About Another
Coupon Book
Don't forget to have the money for.anoi
coupon Jiook at home remember that tnc
ver is required to eet the monev when he dt
ers the book he is not permitted to take an
der to get the money from pur husband-
picase remember that we want you to wg
receipt in the front of the book so dont
the driver to sign it.
You cannot afford to be without this little
1 11 n . .. . . 1 U.i
vMiicn spells SAVING for you in sucnu
ters. Have the money ready for a new
before the last rmmnn Jn the. rJA nne is 0
S-W4 Hi UiV VSt v.--
Southern Utilities Compel

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