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ir'. i tit ft I I I nr. i .'PI FLORIDA IS LUCKY TO TIE MISSISSIPPI IN A TOUGH GAME (By Amioclated Pre) Guinesville, Nov. 18. The Univer sity of Florida's football eleven came from behind in the final period of today's game with Mississippi Col lege and held for a final 7 and 7 score. The broken field running of "Goat" Hale, star left half back for the Mississippians, kept the local boys on the defensive much of the first two periods, with the ball large ly in local territory. Florida's weak ened back field was held close in at tempts to gain through the line, and only until the adopted the open style of offense did they succeed, in the fourth quarter, in scoring. Costly fumbles worked greatly against the Floridians. Mississippi came into possession of the ball, in the second period, on her twenty yard line after an ex change of punts. On the third play Hale signalled for a kick to get out of the hole, but with his line failing to stand he changed and ran through the Florida defense for thirty yards. Thereafter Mississippi gradually worked the ball down the field with short end runs and line plunges, Hale finally making the touchdown with a three-yard plunge. In the fourth period Florida got the ball on its 22-yard line and rapidly ran it back with an open attack by Carlton and Newton, aided materially by heavy penalties incurred by Mississippi. Carlton took a forward pass from Newton for the touchdown. Football Scores Florida, 7; Mississippi College, 7. Marysville College, 34; Emory & Henry, 7. Davidson, 47; Elon, 0. Erskine, 13; Clemson, 0. Football Today. Georgia vs. Alabama. V. P. I. vs. Roanoke College. Birmingham-Southern vs. Howard Virginia Freshmen vs. N. C. Freshmen. Furman vs. Wofford. University of Chattanooga vs, Mercer University. University of Tennessee Med. Col vs. University of Mississippi. North Carolina State vs. Lake For est. Gallaudet vs. Drexel Institute. Johns Hopkins vs. St. Johns. Georgetown vs. Boston. Yale vs. Harvard. Maryland vs. Washington. Centre vs. Washington & Lee. West Virginia vs. Rutgers. Trinity (N. C.) vs. New York. Maryland vs. Carnegie Tech. Madison Wins from Quitman. Br Aasoclated Preaa.) Madison, Nov. 18. Failure on the part of the visitors to kick goal after a touchdown gave Madison high school's football eleven a 7 to 6 vic tory over Qitman, Ga., athletic club here today. Madison made its touchdown in the fourth period when Williams took a forward pass from 'Livingston behind Quitman's goal. Gainesville Comes From Behind to Be Plant City Victor tn-v Anannlatpd Prpant Plant City, Nov. 18. Gainesville had a hrad struggle here this after. noon in her game with the Plant City high, the locals having a 13 to 7 lead up to the third quarter. But it was in this third quarter that the visitors pulled out, rammed home three touchdowns and went away in better spirits. Plant City played the ambitious University City boys off their feet in the first two quar etrs, but weakened when some of the first string men were put in against them. Gainesville claimed to have had a majority of their second and third string men in. Vickery was the star for the visitors. TO LET HI KNOW WHERE HE STANDS IN FEW DAYS (Br Aaaoclatrd Prraa) Washington, Nov. 18. A report to congreess embodying the conclusions of Secretaries Weeks and Hoover on the proposal of Henry Ford for the purchase and lease of the nitrate plant and water power projects at Muscle Shoals, Ala., may be made in a few days, it was announced tonight upon the adjournment of a prelim inary conference between Mr. Ford and government officials. Youthful Burglar Caught by Deputy Sheriff Yesterday Following four robberies commit ted some time during Tuesday night local officials have been in search of the perpetrators and yesterday Chjief Deputy Sheriff Livingston ar rested Thomas Dunton, a 15-year-old negro boy on suspicion. Some of the stolen articles the officers said he had when arrested have been identi fied. Jake Wexler left the key ni his front door and some one entered, carried off a pair of shoes and about $8 in change. Dunton had this amount of money when arrested and the pair of shoes which Mr. Wexler identified as thos ehaving been stolen from his place. The lock in the front door of Wolf's Bargain House was broken by a thief, who carried off some small change. W. N. Morgan's grocery store was entered through a back window and a small amount of change was missed. 0. E. Prevatt's grocery store was robbed, the thief entering over the front door transom. Dunton said he came from Tampa and that his mother lived in East Palatka. Investigation proved this unture, as were other stories he told the officers. He is being held in jail. OF GETTING WEIL Richmond Woman Relates Some Re markable Facts Of Her Restora tion To Health. Mrs. J. R. Bates, 1227 Dance St., Richmond, Va., who had lost hope of ever seeing a well day again, reports her complete restoration to health by taking Tanlac. She says: "I don't believe anybody ever suf fered more from dyspepsia than I did. My health was so poor that we gave up keeping house and went to board. I went to the best specialists and tried many medieines and treat ments, but all the time I grew worse. My condition finally became abso lutely desperate. My husband and friends gave up hope and I myself thought there was no chance for my receovery. "I can say for Tanlac it has done for me what seemed impossible and I'm now a well and happy woman and am enjoying life as I haven't been able to do in many a year.o feel it is my duty to recommend Tan lac." Tanlac is sold in Palatk by Ack- erman-Stewart Drug Co. and all leading druggists. Nothing equals SAPOLIO for scouring and polishing cutlery. Makes all metalware look like new Beer, or No Beer Is Now Up to Mr. Harding's Ideas (Br Aaaoclatrd Preaa) Washington, Nov. 18. The 1 brief days of medical beer were considered numbered today when the senate by a vote of 56 to 22 finally adopted the conference repdrt oh the anti- beer bill. With legislative action concluded the bill now goes to the President, who is expected to give it his ap proval withni the ten day period in which he can act. It was thought possiblefl however, that there might be a faw days' delay while an opin ion as to the constitutionality of the measure was received from the at torney general. Besides prohibiting beer with more than one half of one per cent of al cohol the bill would reduce the amount of wine which physicians might prescribe. AUSTRIAN J3ACE DECLARED. Washington, Nov. 18. Peace be tween the United States and Austria was declared formally in a procla mation signed today by President Harding. Presbyterian Church. Sabbath School at 9:45 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Morning subject: "The Divine Law of the Sabbath." Evening subject: "The Fingers of a Man's Hand.' Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. Frayer meng Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to all of i the services. will feature the play hour, occa- ing lock, for the teeter jjM gwines, when not in use under The committee in charge is doing superv.sed dmebw. - , all in its power to make the new ap- ' There is no doubt but that the paratus safe for the children, provid- playgrounds w.ll prove popular with the children. Already ana see-saws have hem the overtime by the kiddie, V ing Monday w'll iee , ,- on nana to play. HARD WORK BEING DONE ON PALATK A'S PLAY GROUND Yesterday was a busy day-for the playground committee of Community Service. The north end playground urns omiinnn1 nnrj ovprvt.hincr POtteTl in readiness for the opening Mon day afternoon. Mr. Merriam had a ! corps of men on the ground all dayj yesterday erecting the equipment! and cleaning up the lot. The equip-1 ment is small but it is hoped as the demand increases for additional ap paratus, several pieces can be added from time to time. For the time being, the play ground will be opened immediately after school each day, and on Satur days. It is the plan to have some one in charge during this time. Either Mr. Teeters or an assistant will take charge of ring games which BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY OF PALATKA Name and address of every live Professional and Business man in the city in this column. Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Smart Toggery for Women LOOK FOR OUR DAILY SPECIALS STOP AT THE Putnam House OPEN ALL THE YEAR Rates $1.00 Per day and up. EAT AT Joyner's Restaurant H. T. JOYNER, Prop. Meals 35c 612 Lemon St Bardin's Machine Shop Repairing All Kinds Machinery, Boilers and Blacksmith Work 118 South Second Phone 339 VELVET "The World's Best Flour" JOHN J. MURPHY Real Estate Browning's Barber Shop 29 Years of satisfactory service "The Fountain of Youth." G. ARTHUR BROWNING, Prop. American Shoe Shop Will do .your shoework right Give us a trial. S. L. NORRIS, Prop. 403 Lemon street. Ghero-Eala 5c Children's Haircutting a Specialty Strictly First Class White Barbers Putnam Barber Shop 214 Lemon Street S. J. Denmark, Prop- .Palatka, Fla. mm m w -- - i x X X X X X X A Tonic For Women "1 was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C. "The doctortreated me forabout two months, Still 1 didn't get any better. I had a large fam ily and felt I surely must do something to enable me to take care of my little ones. I bad heard of CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I decided to try it," con tinues Mrs. Ray . . , "I took eight bottles in all ... I re gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have ten children and am able to do an my housework and a lot out doors ... 1 can sure recom mend CarduL" Take Cardid today. II my be just what you need. At an druggists. EH MULES! MULES! MULES! Just arrived Two Carloads Young Mules raised in Georgia On sale at Hastings, at rea sonable prices. Remember the place, second B lot from cow pen. Call for D. LEVINE Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide See Oliver Brothers and Be Satisfied QUICK TIRE SERVICE 212 Lemon St. Phone 100 lf.rfe1 m Carnival all Next Week Roberts United Shows Circus, Carnival, Chautauqua, Hippodrome and wild west attractions 17 collossal distinctly diversified complete modern attractions. So novel concessions positively no gambling devices or objectionable at tractions. . Free daily concerts by the 16 piece Royal Italian Concert Band. 4 big Circus free acts will take place each evening One continuous week of fun, frolic and frivolity. Six big days and six glorious nights every day a scene of splendor, every night a blaze of glory. V Beginning at 7 p. m. Monday November 22nd East Palatka Show Grounds Free Transportation We are arranging with the East Coast Railway Co. to run 4 round trip trains each evening beginning at 7 o'clock, carrying 4 coaches two for white and 2 for colored, which will transport free of charge all who wish to patronize the shows. Come and bring all your friends at the expense of the Roberts United Shows. 1 10 DAYS SALE We have on sale a wonderful line of Ready-to-Wear at Special Sale Prices. These are new Fall Goods secured by our New York buyer at special prices. The strike of garment workers is on now and we can not secure such values again. BARGAINS IN READY-TO-WEAR Suit Specials made, 6 suits, nice goods, well 1 & .1 vaiues ro 20.00; tnese come in Serge and Jersey. Special $10.75 26 suits in Serge, Tricotine, Ve lour and Llama Cloth, high grade, well made and properly trimmed, worth to $40.00. Special $24.75 14 suits, all new high-class fab rics, embroidered and fur trim med, best tailored workmanship, worth to $50.00 Special $32.75 One lot 19 Jersey Dresses, all new styles, a very neat and serviceable garment, all going at special prices. Dress Specials 40 presses; a partottnis new purchase in Tricotine. Poiret Twill, Canton Crepe and Satin and Russianayre, worth to $45, Special $24.75 One lot 42 Dresses; new, fall styles, bought at bargain prices and going the same way. Don't miss them, worth to $32.75. Special $18.75 One lot 14 Dresses All new late models, in Satin, Canton, Trico tine and Flannel, values to $25.00 Special $12.75 16 Dresses New styles in Jersey and Tricotine, a good value, worth to $20.00 Special $10.75 10 DAY'S SPECIAL PRICES On all our Dresses, Coat Suits and Coats for the next 10 days. That is the rest of this week and all next week. Don't miss these Bargains. This is a money saving event for our customers just at the beginning of prices Wmter SaSOn YU gCt the USe of these garments at Sa Alterations Extra on All Sale Price Goods EST CO. Open 8:30 a.m Close 6 p. m- Saturday 10 p. m. i.