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' 1 i 1 1 V Is! Believe World Is Purified by Faith in Living Silence the of REV. "BOB" JOHNSON IS . . -i rrn yvT-1 TV IPM NATURAL LLAum ur mhin PALATKA DAILYNEffS IF Frfdfoy January 13, 1922. Richmond, Ind., Jan. 13. On i i a t an exnereince more than 250 years, during which the Quaker church has relied upon "silent waiting before God" as the source of spiritual discernment, its members, known as the Friends to day still believe in the power of si lenoe. Walter C. Woodward, gener al secretary of the Five Years Meet ing of Friends in America and e Tfca . American Friend, in a LUt Vi - .Lt issued here today said this religious group still believes that the world may be purified and strengtn i,rniirh the cower of a living silence. in tVio pnnstant clash and con. X' I Win - - . fusion which distract it," he said, uv. must retire to the inner me , -i. Urn imseen reality of tne VIlBMlUCi w spirit, if peace and good will are to become regnant. (ITU.. trfl.M is tww stirred as nev- er before with aspirations for world , ...ii.v. Tn become fruitful, prouiciiiwu. ;.otina must be based inese wtM"- upon the will to peace. The attain ment of this will be primarily a spir itual, rather than an intellectual process. It must come through spir itual communion with God, and il v, tt ! m with man. the broth- Uliuugu - er. Herein lies the power of silence, through which we may Decome m x .itU tVto infinite. luiie win "This is not the silence of scclu- nnA lpnd one from life's siun 4ki;ips to the introspection of the monastic cell. It is what Friends term a living silence through which men may become spiritually energized for the great tasks of hu man betterment. u ic:;f,,ul tViincs cannot be dis- j ,ul,n,i4- nniet meditation, tne cerueu Iwiw M wester nworld is reminded by Sadhu Sundar Singh, the Hindoo seer. n . i AA.ninir A American cnurcnes are :"" recognize this fundamental principle ,X.,..J.4 u tu. Onriren call for IS Jliustrnvcu u v..- made by The spaces vi - . Churchman, organ of the Episcopal -m,rMi of America. At a time when .il. vi1 vf America is beinc: stirred U1Q OVU1 V. to meet the need of the world, if for all friends of r neiius ' in.. ... peace and good will." Evangelist Who Comes Here to Begin Series of Meetings Tomorrow Man or lyyiiaum. x I ure you from head to heel, and by his brotherly handshake that asks ,for your friendship and pledges and deal. In a word, I the whole bearing and manner of the man, by means oi mat someiums we. call nersonal ' magnetism and which permeates the very .atmos- .... '.j:..t. nVioyo in which ne waiKs, iuiu" nnlv rWisive action with a keen, far-sighted shrewdness that com pels obedience in every direction, uui. a Christ-like poise that, makes the man truly a man amqng men, and a Christiart among v,nnsuanB. nr. r,o nlntrfnnn Evaneelist John- 1W" I son is just as businesslike as he is in private life. He nas a semiiu- wm,o onrf hrilliartt. yei wiuiai 1 oornaet nratnrv which makes him so marked a preacher of the Gospel, and which renders hia out-givings so I ..t in tVinso anneals that Win IpUbCUti 11. II hearts and gamer men and women to pl. Mia cormrma are aiwavs m- terluded with human references, apt illustrations. pithy original axioms I - ...... V. Scxiptural; applications1, anu utu I ;4-ninfiti(v -flnenPfl of wit flS to make Evangelist Johnson a sort of combination oi all tne renowueu ministers that have labored in evan- Igelistic fields. ' T)f.hs mav be astonished to discov er that during his absence great statesmen have stolen his theory ithat war is crime. SKIN BREAKS i7 wo (TPt An fesue of the oj ttvtqLi wp .nntiee some new OtHli-VIU u x V VA - heme develoued, the latest ' r r .. ...... mu. 18f, started out in the Master", work to eing y,'; J She arrived yesterday. BUT fti ITCHES APPLY SULPHUR Just the moment you apply Men- .u. o. , !!,.. tn an itching, burning or broken out skin, the itching stops and healing begins, says a notea s.m specialist. This sulphur preparauu.., moHe into a Dleasant cold cream, gives such a quick relief, even to fiery eczema, that nothing has ever been found to take its place. Because of its germ aesvruy...e it rmiMclv subdues the prupeinco, i. m - itching, cools the irritation and heals the eczema right ly, leaving a clear- smooth skin in place oi ugiy erup tions, rash, pimples or roughness. v nnt have to wait for lm- ft nnii-klv shows, iou can get a little jar of Mentho-Sult phur at any drug store. ,I,,1inn'e nilTflHTEK TO AuUli'li'w u nwmtT TlVnV STUD I allKUKi noiuj c Tr.onniscn. Jan. 12. Miss re- tra Aguinaldo, niece of Emiho Ag- :irlr. Kiiinino leaaer, s day on he rway to Washington, D r. . tn studv surgery, bne is a Bra ..4. ktuI has a brother m UUtC iiumv " i.ri.: t MU sAfrninaldo saia vv asiinig w. hPr uncle had postponed a proposed v, TTnitd States on ac- Visit v j . t f tfc marriage of his daugh onH nrossin? business affairs tup MnDERN MOTHER faces problems far beyond those of her forbears.. She herself must be a much more competent P" bining in one individual nurse, cook, teacher and moral in Scto, IUs no wonder that conscientious women break under the strain, and that others drag out a miserable existence; aiw -and yet unable to take a day vaca a y will find them- tion. oucu wui... selves benefited and their burdens made easier hv the use oi - Pinkham's Vegetable Compomi which was made for suffering won. en, and does not fail to relieve ftei rjt Dancing Taught o day Modern Ball Room or Classical, ft,. mi vate or Class wessons xor tihildm ana auuhs uy JIMMIE COLLINS. Every Tuesday and Saturday, Woman's Club. Palatka. . PHONES 400 and 249-J. ho idisc J. A. CHAMPION - . . i Manutaciurer oi j Cment Brick, Red Buildin Brick, Porch Pier., Coping, V.ult, j Rough and Dressed Yellow Pine Lumoer, r iuomiB. iu.iB Shingles, Lath. Cement, Sand and Kiln Dried Pine Wood. Factory: Fifth and Main Street. On rnday evening, joiu""? " . . will be the commencement of one ot maKe me wu win ue i-iic , r.-i f t.v,B Kingdom 0 A have rrjT7c-ro iv rnxNKCTION urfTii withxivo OF MILL Ocala, Jan. 13. M. D. Bloodworth, T. Chlders. and A. B. Childers Uin arrostpH in connection nave? u. - ii " with the burning of the Sunset Crate mill at Sumerfield last wees witn a 1n estimated at $50,000. Blood- .tl, Vac Wn released under nuiui ii"-' 000 bond while the other two men are in jail. MRS. MARY BRICKELL DEAD. . Miami, Jan. 13. Mrs. Mary Brick ell, one of Dade county's pioneers, die-.! here suddenly, at 12:40 o'clock .n.:- .r.ina. nt. th ava of 85. She had been a resident of Miami since the town sprang into existence and owned land and property worth hun dreds of thousands of dollars. Dot,t revivals that has ever taken place in this section of Florida, under the leadership of Evangelist Rev. Robert E. Johnson, in me u- tabernacle constructed tor tne im pose by volunteer contributions in la- UM nnA lVlQ PVIfil. Rev. Johnson is popularly known throughout the entire country as t3k nr! is a most remarkable man in that he is a natural o leader of men. His Gospel cam- .: uVn hetn successiuiiy coil- . L - J V. tV ducUd and are supporveu m,,nitv. fraternal and commer- w" ' . 1. i - on nt nns. ne nas " C1H1 Uigai""" .1.. .j " 'fi man ni uuu. 5VyiCU a - u tirnn no was a successful All u"o """" - wholesale business man, from which business he enjoyed a lucrative in come, but when he gave his heart to the Lord, he quit this business and tV,o r,nnel of the Kingdom of Heaven and to help men and women to live happier and oetter uves ..u xA omfA c nn let For over twenty-three years ooin he and his wife have been exclusive i ma-oA in extensive and inten- give evangelistic woris. u.il have obtained the fame of an out- , ! MAm nnfinff IlGTUreS 1 Stanuing fcuu"" il.- ni,nMiotip world. me evcuiec"" Vvfmo v versatile xn uum f onrl canability, bou m . 1. unrP TiflM a nvprv w 1 1 1 u a- ' with an infinite capacity of an equal- . . " I .' . tl.inrMI l.r ;ninito nower oi aouig i jr in i .. :t moot, the man. at vvnen . close range, as it were, you are 1m pressed by his breadtn ana avw ness of shoulder that means husi- ness; by his ieariess mm yet kindly eye that seems to meas- The Inland Cabinet Co., 6th. and Eonham. Streets designers and . t . ',,,i wnrk wiph to announce 10 tne public tnat tney are now icauy i BUILT-IN FURNlTUKt. mai BOXED PORCH COLUMNS rni ONAnF. OPENINGS, Etc. We will build you furniture of any character to suit your desire nr. A AAA I1G ana space, van auu mu. PALATKA, ananas! ananas ! The Inland Cabinet Company. Phe dge SMrs litfu tted ze 1 rg 1 H BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY OF PALATKA Name and address of every live Professional and Business man in the city in this column. at Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida. Notice is hereby given that M. Mikkelson, purchaser of Tax Certifi cate No. 603, dated the 5th day of i. a r 1P.18. has filed said nUguai, n. . . , Certificate in my -office and has made application for Tax Deed 10 iue . - j with law. Said Certifl- aixuiumivc ...... cate embraces the following described property situated in futnam toum, Florida, to-wit: lots 10, 11 & 12. Blk 320, Palatka. The said land be ing assessed at the date of the issu ance of such Certificate in the name of Lyssus Burnham. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, Tax Deed will issue there on on the 30th day of January, A. D. 1922. . . . Witness my official signature .m eeal this the 30th day of December, A. Fine car load of Port Lamont Bananas E dith and Lemon nm nFN GATE GROCERY The best fruit that has ever been in Palatka 25c and 35c Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Smart Toggery for Women LOOK FOR OUR DAILY SPECIALS Dr. J. E. Thornton DENTIST X-Ray Phone 313 Merryday Bldf J L. Sheppard, Jr. REAL ESTATE. MERRYDAY BLDG. PALATKA W. M. DYESS Corner 13th and Lemon Sts. Expert Wheelwright. General Black smithing. Give us a trial. Ir STOP AT THEZ B , -mm 'I a. .Hi We could can it just as it comes from the cows but even the best cows' milk is mostly water. Why should you pay M , for water? ftE' Libby condenseries take out half r w the moisture that comes in milk from the finest dairy sections in the jm country, The rest of the milk, all Jljl H. tir. J. T. HOSEY EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. Glass Fitting a Specialty. I know the eye. Office over the State Bank. D. 1921. (SEAL) R. J. HANCOCK, Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam County, Florida. ' r By W. A. Williams, Jr., D. I. ; 1-6, 13, 20. 12-30; VELVET "The World' Best Flour" Play Checkers? I. it your move? Let us do it Wt move anything. ZonTs Transfer Bareaire. Furniture and General Ha-ling. . Furniture Storage. wvfcB ou motto: Prices right- Mr. Wide Awake Merchant Will You Rent Your Show Windows To Your Competitors? KuVnow 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 vou have merchandise for sale and are not ashamed for the public to see it keep your win dows bright from dusk until bedtime. Electricity . By the use of Electricity you can convert them from idle investment to your best add. PUTNAM HOUSE OPEN ALL THIS YEAR Rate $1.00 Per day and up. BEST SOLE LEATHER IN TOWN. Of tVlO ( Putnam Shu Factory 1 ClMlt 3U liCmun pws We will dp your work better Bardin's Machine Shop Repairing All Kind Macwnery, Boilers an Blacksmith Work ii Smith Second Phone 339 JOHN J. MURPHY Real Estate Browning's Barber Shop 29 Years of satisfactory servica "The Fountain of Youth." G. ARTHUR BROWNING, Prop. American Shoe Shoo Will do your shoework right. GWs us a trial. S. L. NORRIS, Prop. 403 Lemon street. Children's Haircutting a Specialty Strictly First Class White Barbers Putnam Barber Shop 214 Lemon fctrtet S. J. Denmark. Prop- -Palatka, Fla the food part with nothing added is sealed in air-tight cans. will IrtnVilA-rir'.h! 0(UC,uic,wwa iiiiiiv, uuui ' ge oi milk in its most convenient, most prnnnmiml fnrm that's what yOU (j. get when you get lobby's. Kstoi Southern Utilities Company n rUsAnJU fom 'Let urnir ameer be your milknm W. ft. Zorn Phone 56 .'' . wi4v. -: ; I -- X , - - ' "