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PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGE s SO C I Ah N GTE S AMD 7T- TEL.BPBONB S87-J PERSONAL' GOSSIP ii s. ."J-JO. Kanti, of Kappanee. Mrs. J. Walter -Hilliard . Upent arrived yesterday afternoon to 'yesterday in Jacksonville, the guest I. the winter here as the guest ir brother -and sister-in-law, Mr. Mrs. F.'O. Truex, at. their home mmett street. ; . , f. c .McCrocklin'. was .among Pa ns spending yesterday in Jack He loeldaif after tinsrness inter- ttlton Boyle, a former Palat n,bw located in Pensacola, Ss ng friends in the city. Irs.. Sarah Prevatt. will return ;r home, in Kissimmee. Sunday spending the K; holidays here her son-in-law and daughter, mi Mrs. ,G. M. Shearouse. . frs. &. E. Root, who has been ag -her son-in-law and daughter, wul.Mrg. C A. Eoot, at their Kirkland street, expects to ti to her home in Valdosta. Ga., ay- (- ' Wends of Mrs. E. R. . Kersey, has been, ill for over a week, regret to know that she is not to be up. V ' Ms. W. J. Philips, who has spending) the , past several ir- m" Atlanta,' expects to re to her home her, the middle of nontb. ."; ' : . Ir. and Mrs. C. A. Root left this lOon for Orlando, where they of relatives. -Mr. .and Mrs. C. D. Rhineheart and Dr. and Mrs. George Cherry, of Jacksonville, were motor visitors to Palatka yesterday. While here they Were the guests of Miss Ellene Mer ryday and Mr. anS Mrs. H. E. Mer ryday. Mrs. W. F. Dinsmore and son, Wesley, will leave shortly for St Au gustine .where they will spend the re mainder .of the season. .' Dr. and Mrs. J. .H. .Talbott who has been spending some time in Mia mi, have returned to Palatka for an indefinite stay with Mrs. Talbott's sister, Mrs. R. S. O'Haver. St. John's Lodge .Installs Officers St. Johns Lodge Knights of Pythias installed its recently elected officers last night, following which thev lodge enjoyed an oyster supper at the Dear irog hotel. An incident was the re tirement of KeeperVof .Records and Seals Frank Wattles) who has served in this capacity for ; a decade. He was succeeded by G. W. Lansing, past grand master. The officers installed were: nalM a short stay, returning j ; p D am, c c . g Porteri v. eir home here Sunday. c . T j Hancock p.. w. Winjam3 , F. Holland left yesterday .for M of w . G w LansinKi K. , Orleans, where he will make a R & g . R E Nekt M of F. W- s of some length, probably going Burdette, TM. of E.; W. F. Sapn, M. at ba before returning to Palatka. A . T B. Bowda, I. G.; L. T. Jarmon, laster Benjamin AisoDrooK, q q las been spending the holidays i : NORMAN 0. WALKER Norman 0. Walker was thi on1 American member of the crew of the ZR-2 who escaped death in the dls. aster that befell the great airship. las, Fla-, with Ms parents, Mr. ; C Ap;91 fntlPPrf Urs. G. Alsobrook. will re-! lJFcclal vUIIWCrt. by Band Sunday Sunday to Palatka to be with r' ndparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. and attend the school here, pprothy Meigs will meet the 'boy in Lake City Sunday and jpany him to Palatka. tiss Kathleen Vanrj will return El t of the week from Madison, ahe has been pendmg the rg in Tallahassee: with her , Professor and Mrs. Arthur bu-wjtt return to- Palatka the f the week to resume her posi 8 member of the high school fiends of; Miss Carolie' Meigs, cently' went to Cuba to spend months, will be interested to that she is enjoying her stay i very well pleased with her s' Mary Berkstresser, who spending the holidays in erne with he;r parents, will Te t Palatka to take up her work fsihool on Monday, fe. Husted M, Smith has gone J Petersburg to spend some "jith her sisters, who are spend winter in the Sunshine City. li;fl and Mrs. J. W. Browning Returned from Jariksonville, they have been spending a Combining business with pelas- Director 'Shearouse announces that the concert on the courthouse la"wn Sunday afternoon will be one of the best the Community Service band has evr given, as the men "have been practicing hard for the event. The program will be arranged with spe cial care and the band boys are hope ful that they will be encouraged by a large crowd of music-lovers. , THOUSAND QUARTS OF BOOT LEG LIQUOR POURED OUT s Luck Stokes, wno nas oeen relatives ' in Hawthorne, is guest of friends at Gaines- lewcpmer to Palatka is Mr. who has accepted a posi- Ji the C. J. Smith company. mette came here from Bir- and will later be joined by juy. Approximately 1,000 quarts of whisky all welVljnown brands ink eluded were poured into the gutter at the Duval county jail yesterday afternoon. R. E. , Merritt, .sheriff, officiated as master of ceremonies. It was stated that it was "good red liauor" which was destroyed, the "moonshine" variety being absent. Negro prisoners were pressed into service, uncorking th ebottles, and pouring their contents gutterward. , Among the interested spectators was Rev. J. T. Boone. paStor of the First Christian church. The liquor represented raiding ac tivities of federal prohibition agents and deputy sheriffs. WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT, Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never sus pect it N Womenls complaints loften prove to be nothing else but kidney trou- ,ble, or the result of kidney or blad der disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy i condition, they may cause the other Houston is expected to re- j ,.- to become diseased. lorrow from a business trip j pam m tne back, headache, loss of ambition, . nervousness, are oiten times symptoms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physi cian's prescription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Get a. medium or large size bottle immediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to test this great . preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. e west coast of Florida. rah Prevatt, of Kissimmee, " J. Emmett Brown compose Jjj motoring to St. Augustine moon.' ' I.., 'ends of Mrs. Florence Stelts ijret to know that she contin ent her home on North Third ijmd, will hope for her early " H. A. Davis and Miss Omar ijave returned from a stay at Justine Beach. l5frison W. Barringer, of Jack lV spent a part of the week tka visiting friends. "Let B. ft B. DO IT." RAPID THEATRE 1?TINEE 3 P. M. .1 t DOROTHA GISH NIGHT 6:45 P. M. m ii "Plying Pat And a comedy "TfV and Get It." AY Con-'Ance Hinney 'in "Room and Board." ews and a Comedy, "His Precious Life, IAY Con-'Ance MEXICAN TROOPS PURSUING SLAfER OF AN AMERICAN (Br Anoelatea Preui Mexico City, Jan. 6 The wiar de partment has ordered the pursuit of a band of forty bandits who on Wednes day night shot to death Timothy Cos tello, of Pennsylvania, an American citizen, on his ranch near Texcoco, fifteen miles noryieast of Mexico City. James Kelly, a British subject and partner of Costello, fled to safety through a Jiail of bullets. The military command at Texcoco has alreai(y sent troops ' after the bandits, it is stated. MKMMuhfnM TURPENTINE RIGHTS ON BIG i TRACT BOUGHT BY GORGIANS Special to tke News Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 6 Capital ists and naval stores operators of . Valdosta, Ga., have purchased the tur pentine rights on 270,000 acres of virgin yellow pine timber land in ; Dixie county, this state, believed to be the largest tract of such timber in either Georgia or Florida available for turpentine purposes, it was an nounced here today. The timber is ; owned by ' the Putnam Lumber Com- jpany and the naval stores rights I were purchased by E. P. and Frank P. ; Rose and J. R. Dasher. The price was not stated. . Mothers! Listen!! Here's a little good news that we feel you will be glad to hear right at this season when the winter is just coming on. A TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT re duction in Boys' Suits, which means you can buy a $20.00 Suit at $15.00 17.50 Suit at 13.25 15.00 Suit at 11.25 12.00 Suit at 8.00 10.00 Suit at 7.56 The selection is very good now, but they won't last long at these prices. I SAGE TEA INTO GRAY IR Darkens Beautifully and Restores Its Natural Color and Lustre At Once. Common garden sage brewed into a tea, with sulphur and alcohol add ed, will turn gray, streaked and fad ed hair beautifully dark and luxuri ant. Mixing the Sage Tea; and Sul phur recipe at home, though, is trou blesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to-use preparation improved by the addition of other ingredients a large bottle, ft little cost, at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a lot of muss. While gray, faded hair is not sin ful, we all desire to retain our youth ful appearance and attractiveness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell, because it does it so natu rally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn ing all gray hairs have disappeared. I After another application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and you appear years younger. Rub-My-Ttsm, .antiseptic and pain killer, for infected sores, tetter. sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism. Browning-Fearnside Company Palatka's Best Men's Store NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY. The following books have recently been added to the Palatka library: Philosophy "Selections From Epictetus," "Everybody Ahead, or Getting the Most Out of Life," by Orison Swett Marden. Political Economy "American Government and Politics," by Charles Austin Beard; "Principles ef Rural Economics," by Thomas Nixon Car ver; "Use Your Government What Your Government Does for You," by Alissa Franc; and "City Government in the United States," by Frank Johnson Goodnow. Commerce "The Story of the American Merchant ' Marine," by John Randolph Spears. Useful Arts "The Telegraph Instructor," by George M. Dodge. History "Characters and Events of Roman History," from Caesar to Nero," by Gugliemo Ferrero, and "The Growth of the French Nation." by George Burton Adams.. Biography "Abraham," by. Lord Godfrey Rathbone Benson - Charn wood, and "A Life of Napoleon Bon apart," - with a sketch of Josephine, Empress of the FreAch, by Ida M. Tarbell. .' . V f?'j' These books were the gift of the American Library association."; . ' "THE BROADWAY WHIRL" COMING. Although "The Broadway Whirl is announced as a five-star musical intoxicant it boasts also ' of an all star chorus, for every one of the twenty beautiful young girls who sing and dance together so delight fuTIy is called upon at one time or another to do her "bit" and she does ft excellently " well. Of course, Blanche Ring, Charles Winninger, Winona Winter and Jay Gould de servedly carry off the hoonrs of this liveliest of revues but much dainti ness and charm are lent by the minor members of this carefully selected company, while the splendid comedy of Mason and Brown, the exquisite toe dancing ' of Nina Penn, and the rich tenor voice of Warner Goult, contribute materially to the tremen dous popularity of this lively enter tainment at the Howell Monday, January 23. . FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. Capital Stock of SOUTHERN UTILITIES COMPANY, at fifty cents on the dollar, par value. Limited quantity of one share one hundred dollar Certificates for quick delivery. Address P. O. Box 1143, Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. Wide Awake Merchant . Will You Rent Your Show Windows To Your Competitors ? Certainly not; For you know they occupy the most valuable Part of your entire store. Yet - You allow them to remain idle during the most valuable part of the whole twenty-four hours. Light them. If you have merchandise for sale and are not ashamed for the public to see it, keep your win dows bright from dusk until bedtime. Electricity 1 By the use of Electricity you can convert them from idle investment to your best add. J. A. CHAMPION Manufacturer of Cement Brick, Red Building Brick, Porch Piers, Ccpinp, Vault Rough and Dressed Yellow Pine Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling. ' ' . ' t-.i ; :; . Shingles, Lath, Cement, Sand and Kiln Dried Pine Wood. Factory: Fifth and Main Streets : . i ; -PALATKA, FLORIDA HERMAN KURTZTISCH, Milwaukee, Wis. "When it comes to eating, working and sleeping I'm like a different man from what I was a short time ago," said Herman Kurtztisch, 406 Nor- ris place, Milwaukee, with the North western Life Insurance Co., in re lating his experience with Tanlac. "My whole system was about to give way as a result of two years constant suffering from stomach troubie and I was so run down andTj worn out I was hardly able to work. I actually dreaded to eat, as after every meal I suffered so terribly from heartburn, and I was so nerv ous I got little rest day or night. 'If it hadn't been for Tanlac I'm firmly convinced I would have had to resign my place. It came to my. aid in the nick of time and I am strong for it. Tanlac was worth at least fifty times what it cost me." Tanlac is sold in Palatka by the Ackerman-Stewart Drug company and all other good drug stores. Remodeling Sale We are now in the midst of remodelling our dry goods store into a meat market and will offer some special inducements for the nest few days. When completed our market will be one of the finest to be found anywhere in Florida and we will carry nothing but the very highest grade of Florida and western meats and all of the green groceries found in any up-to-date place. We have some extra grocery stocks that we are trying to reduce. We are making special prices on some of these. Look them over and let as fill an order for you. . Kingan's Reliable Oleo .28c Churngold Oleo 34c Best Creamery Butter, pound 44c Full Cream Cheese, pound . 30c Sugar, 16 pounds $1 Cream Any kind, small, 16 cans. $1 Cream Any kind, large, 8 cans . .$1 Kellogg's Corn Flakes, package . .10c Post Toasties, package 10c Oat Meal, any kind, 2 for 25c Waldorf Toilet Paper, 10c; 11 for. .$1 White Ring Flour, 12 pounds 60c White Ring Flour, 24 pounds . . . .$1.15 Meal and Grits, pound .' 2 l-2c Lima Beans, pound 10c Black-Eyed Peas, pound 10c Pea Beans, pound .8c A. R. Barnett PHONE 341 FIRST AND LEMON STS Southern Utilities Company H I S O R Y The teacher of experience, and past, has proven to us that it pays us to dispose of the remainder of a seasons goods regardless of sacrifice and loss AND WE ARE DOING IT. Childrens, Misses and Ladies Bath Robes 1.49 up The Cold Weather Will Surely Come - And it is to the advantage of the ladies who want to buy a Coat, Suit, Dress, Sweater, Bath Robe or Neck Piece, in factf anything in Ladies Rea'dy-to-Wear to take advantage of our special clearing prices. Infants, Childrens, Misses and Ladies Coats, from $2.00 up Look at our window for marked down prices and come to our store and we will : prove tor you the quality and bargains you are getting, when buying from us." The Reliable Ladies' Ready-tb-Vear S. C0MICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Streets i i - if 1 1 1 I) Mi t ; t-- '.a? 9 r