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"H-cJoivm p er today's primary face the
dm?J?'',K3 mrr,, s-. '4ibiHty of not taking office at aH
kck iir,Z!'r s'rc''v In,' -Al you fB merely holding the positions a
s';f m, J"" weeks because of the act that
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'tona citizens will one week hence
on the proposal to establish a
manager-commission form of
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or tt surprfi " tte)ijtl0n 1)6 carnea at the polls a man
"atch the. r . ' e' aTd seven commissioners will
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' fuerirv '''iincdir',' ?!?,'ei Four commissiorlers are to be
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"hB0Wi;i1Vut,wni ktiC'meo today under tne present lorm
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the proposed new
administration, the corn-
race has been a warm
Suitu ' e over municipal affairs the
ter to serve without pay.
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brln,-, ne. Eight candidates are seeking
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0fiUM. SJ BneoualiS he four Offices.
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lity for reducing costs to meet south
fern competitionwas given today as
the main reason for wage reductions
annomcfl in three cotton mills in
eastern Connecticut. The manager
of one plant which announced a 20
per cent cut effective next Monday,
said that at present the northern
manufacturers are slowly bleeding
to death.
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This wine had
" "Gainesville, Jan.'iT The case of
the State vs. Clarence Jone3 charged
with slaying of George Wooten at his
home at Fross creek, this county on
January 9, 1921, is still in the hands
of the jury today, having occupied the
attention of circuit court all of yes
terday, Judge John Edwards.of Lake
land, presiding for Judge Long, dis
qualified.
Two negroe3 were called to the
stand and testified they heard the
shots but did not see the shootings.
S. F. Waits testified he knew Gar
ence Jones; saw him the night the
killing occurred and that Jones told
fiim he had killed a man and would
do so again, under the same circum
stances. F. W. Tyson testified he
knew both parties and was a member
of the coroner's jury.
Clarence Jones, the defendant, was
next called. He testified he lived on
Cross creek; had been living there
three years and in Alachua county
twenty years, going there from Dade
City. He is a man with a family,
he said, and all members of the fam
ily were present when the shooting
occurred. He said Wooten came to
his house late Sunday afternoon,
January 9. He was asleep at the
time ant the man talked to his wife
and children. Wooten started to leave
at dark and Jone3 invited him to
stay to supper, he said. He refused
and jumped off the porch picking up
a stick and threatened to kill the
entire family and burn them up. He
renewed the threat and started to-
ward Jones, when the latter fired five
times, Wooten falling near the back
door.
BASKETBALL PRACTICE
The Palatka basketball team will
hold a meeting tonight and the fol
lowing men are expected to report
for practice at seven-thirty sharp:
Louis Jarmon, Erby Kersey, Tom
Tilghman, Tim Merrill, Haorld Hodge
Arthur Long, Erne3t Oliphant, Will
Livingston, Karl Zart, Clarence Hold
en, Carles Dressier, Davis Dancy,
John Bryan, Baxter Bryan, Bob Webb,
Clifford Trombley. Any other play
ers in town whose names do not ap
pear in the above list are urged to
come out tonight and are assured of
a cordial welcome.
Manager Woodruff has several
game3 scheduled for the near future
and expects a full practice tonight.
Coach Everson has a plan to pre
sent to the team, in connection with
securing a larger court, a thing that
has long been desired here.
GEORGIA BANK CASHIER
SENT UP FOR ONE YEAR
Hamilton, Ga., Jan. 17 George
Stanford, former cashier of the Bank
of Waverly, Harris cotmty, was sen
tenced to one year in the state peni
tentiary after entering a plea of
guilty to the charge of embezzlement
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR IS
READY TO OPEN GATES
(Br Aasocfited Pkm.1
Tampa. Jan. 17. 'Everything is in
readiness at Plant field for the
opening of the South Florida fair
here next month and if exhibitors
were to choose to do so they could
place their exhibits in the building
today. i
A considerable portion of the Ca
nadian exhibit has arrived, and the
manager of the Canadian exhibit
and a crew of men are due here in
the next few days to begin placing
the showing of the dominion, which
will have some six or eight times 89
much space as it had at the 1921
fair. E. F. White, the Canadian ex
hibition manager, writes that Cam
ada's exhibit here will be second only
to the showing that country made at
Chicago and San Francisco, and will
be of greater magnitude than any
other showing made by the dominion
of the continent of North America.
GERMANY WILLING TO HAVE
HOUGHTON AS AMBASSADOR
Bt Affaoelated Prras)
Washington, Jan. 17 The German
government has notified the American
government that Alan B. Haughton,
now a member of the House from New
York, will be acceptable as ambassa
dor and the name of Mr. Houghton
will be 3ent to the senate this week.
BAPTISTS TO RAISE $10-000 TO
EQUIP ORPHANAGE LAUNDRY
The Florida Baptist state conven
tion meeting in Miami last Decem
ber set apart Sunday, January 22,
as a special day in all of the churches
and Sunday schools over the state to
raise the money to build and equip
in connection with
$16,000.
the shortage of
FOR RENT .2 partly furnished
rooms. Adults only. 113 South Third
street. l-17-2t
WHAT, PARIS MODEST?
Paris, Jan. 17. The latest edict of
Paris society demands that modera
tion must be the motif of all the
modem dances this year, including
the "shimmy," the fox trot and tan
go. The latter is the most popular
dance in the best Parisian society,
but it has been reformed.
Dancing Taught
Modern Ball Room or Classical, Pri
vate or Class Lessons for Children
and Adults by
JIMMIE COLLINS.
Every Tuesday and Saturday,
Woman's Club, Palatka.
PHONES 400 and 249-j.
$1 98
Jo
Sweater
Sale
FOU MEN WHO WORK.
factory workers, railroad men,
farmers, miners, mill employees and
all men who work at hard, straining
physical labor are more or less sub
ject to kidney trouble. Natura gives
warning signals by frequent lame
ness, stiff joints, sore muscles, back
ache and rheumatic pains. J. G. Wolf,
Green Bay, Wjis., writes: "Foley
Kidney Pills relieved me of a severe
backache, that had bothered me for
several months. A few bottles fixed
me up in good shape."
NOTICE.
Annual meeting of the stockholders
of Palatka and Jacksonville Steam
boat Line will be held at the office
of the company Tuesday, Jan. 17th,
8 p. m., for the election of directors
and other business.
H. M. de MONTMOLLIN,
Jan. 13, 14, 15, 16 President
VELVET
Play Checkers?
Is it your move? Let us do it. We
move anything.
Zorn's Transfer
Baggage, Furniture and General
Hauling. Furniture Storage.
Service our motto: Prices right-
W. H. Zorn Phone 56
Florida East Coast
RAILWAY
Flagler System
Departure of passenger trains from
Palatka, Union Station, for East Pa
latka, daily:
No. 101,10:10 am. No. 103, 11:30 am.
No. 105, 1:40 pm. No. 107, 4:35 pm.
No. 109, 6:20 pm.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at
EAST PALATKA STATION.
SOUTHBOUND DAILY
No. 33 AH Parlor Cars 11:10 am.
No. 29 Coaches & P. Car....ll:56 am.
No. 85 Coaches & Sleepers 6:05 pm.
No. 35 Coaches & Sleeper 7:37 pm.
No.o7 All Pullmans 11:42 pm.
No. 37 C'hes & Pullmans..12.02 am.
. NORTHBOUND DAILY
No. 38 C jhes & Pullman.. 6:25 am.
No. 36 C'ches & Pullman .. 6:55 am.
No. 88 All Pullmans 9:45 am.
No. 86 C'ches & Pullmans..l0:40 am.
No. 30 Coaches & P. Car....5:05 pm.
No. 34 All Parlor Cars 5:45 pm.
Do not deceive yourself with the belief that the
cold weather is through. We are sure to have
some chilly times during the next 30 days. For
your benefit and comfort we are offering this
Sweater Special for the
Balance of the Week
a steam laundry for the Florida
Baptist Children's home at Arcadia,
Fla. This home for boys and girls
at Arcadia, with one . hundred and
twelve inmates, is supported under
the direction of the Florida Baptist
convention.
BEST MR. PARRETT EVER USED.
You can't have bright eyes, clear
skin, alert brain or efficient a :tion
when your digestion is impaired and
a mass of fermenting, decaying food
clogs the intestines and poisons the
whole system. Foley latnarnc xu
lets set vou rieht. Ti.. .
pain, griping or nausea, a. j
ratt, 3533 W. 58th St., cievdJ
writes: "Foley Cathartic jj
are the best I ever used " v '1
stomach sweet, liver active JJ
THIS LOT INCLUDES
Sweaters for Women.
Sweaters for Men.
Sweaters for Girls.
Sweaters for Boys.
Sweaters for Children
ALL AT ABOUT HALF PRICE.
Hattie N. Buky
421-423 Lemon St.,
Opp. Court House
MAINS & DEYOUNG
Real Estate Putnam House
We have buyers for City Property, Farms
and Groves. If you wish a quick sale, list
with us. We can also rent your House, ap- ,
artment or farm. See us at once.
Ill North 2nd
Street
Opposite
Putnam
House
EXCLUSIVE
FOOTWEAR
Phone 453
SEE
OUR
WINDOWS
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1st Semi-Annual Reduction Sale
The first three selling days of our First Sale more than came up to our
expectations. We shall continue the reduced prices on' our discon
tinued and broken lines ( none over jour months old) until Saturday
night, January 20th. We give our same painstaking fitting at the re
duced price and our liberal guarantee still goes with every pair ice sell.
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS
Shoes, formerly priced $6.00, now $4.85
Shoes, formerly priced $750, now $5.45
Shoes, formerly priced $.8,0.0,, dow $5.85
Shoes, formerly priced $9.00, now $6.85
Shoes, forfnerly priced $10.00, now....$7.85
Shoes, formerly priced $12.50, nov....$8.85
(These are all Ladies Low Shoes good for
Spring Wear.)
Extra Special for Wednerday Only
Ladies' Pure Thread Silk Hose. Extra deep lisle garter top, non-binding
hem, narrowed ankle, reinforced toe. A perfectly constructed styl
ish and long-wearing silk hose.
Our Regular $2 Hose, Wednesday only $1.49 a pair.
Concentration of our efforts on Footwear of better grades enables us
to show at all times the newest and best that the markets afford.
WILKINSON'S
Palatka's Modern Shoe 3br
re
Pet Milk Demonstration
Everybody is invited to attend the
Pet Milk Demonstration
at the
The Economy Store
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
will be giveeach afternoSe one n?3"8 5? ? Iilk'
The drawing will take place eatW,. dlng the lucky number.
Grevoy is an expert demonstraSr T?i? " 5 .'clock- Mrs- Mc
ioca pudding, coffee, ewea, etc Xm choCoIate fudee' ,ap'
Dont forget the place ' '
Economy Store
' PHONES 35 and 36. '
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"The World' Bert Flour"
J. D. RAHNER, G. P. A.
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