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1 V V-,; ''vj'r .... PAGE 2 PAtAYKA DAILY NElfS Sunday Morning, December 31, 1Q22 Wonderful Scenes at .the "Queen of the Moulin Rouge" . Commencing promptly on the stroke of midnight tonight the cur tain at he Grand -will rise . on a wonderfully, attractive presentation. It is to be the privilege of the thea tre patrons to .' fWatch The -.Did Tear Year Out" in a novel manner, for they will gather at Ihe Grand during the closing minutea oil the present year and be ready to wel-. come the eNw Year as the' whistles Mow and the bells toll, in witnessing the big scenes of the "Queen of The Moulin Rouge," which will be , the feature of the new year. Martha Mansfield, the star of this production, ' was one of thj dancing fceauties of the famous Kiegfield "Fbllis," which fact alone gave promise when it was announced that sb was to play the title role; but tha producers did not content them selves withy having a Follies "star featured in the great remc, but. en caged ,the finest talent from the wtous spectacular girl shows on Broadway, among them a sextet front the colorful "Roae of Stam Mhl" production one c-f the most magnificent spectacles of the 1922 season in New York. . - l'nese girls are used m an es pecially elaborate dance which, gives a nigh artistic tone to the pr'iduc tion. The scenes in which they d- pear are those representing the in tenor of th Moulin Rouge, most Botorious of the flamboyant, tinseled palaces of extrvagance in the night life district of gay Paris. The back ground for their dance is an authen tic replica of theinterior of the orig inal Moulin Rouge. "Queen of the Moulin "Rouge" tells file sensational story of a young girl f Normandy whse hnr wa3 bar tered by an Id music mp.iter to awaken genius in a youlb who 'nved her, a prize paynl hoce playing was without soul because he had not been touched by t?n 'tragedies of lifp. . O. Garrison Violin Instructor Studio at.'' REID and FOURTH Wealthy Colonies Tending to Make, France Very Rich Paris, Dec. SO. A proper develop ment of her rich colonies would help France fill the gap made ' by the waste of the rich general war,' is the argument advanced today by Albert Sarrauts, Minister , of Colonies, wh is known in the' United States ,- be cause of his work at the Washing ton disarmament conference. M. Sar raut is the leader in an effort to so equip French colonies that in case of another war, France would not de pend on the outside world for her stocks of food, coal and other ' sup plies. , . ' . . ' ;' ; j ,. The French colonies - in ' Africa and Asia are slightly larger than the United States, with a total of 56 million inbiabitantsi Through pro tectira,tes and! otherwise, France controls about forty percent of the continent of Africa. According to M. Saurrat, the richest of all French colonies is Indo-China, with a popu lation of 19 million people and ah area of six tomes that of the state of Alabama. M. Saurrat has a bill before the parliment to bring about the dtvel opment . of France's colonies, their mines, forests, and agriculture, & program which would require 3 bil lion froncs. If France could arrange matters with Germany so sh3 would be sure of no further invasion"., this money would be forthcoming by re ductions in. the national budget, M. Sarraut declares. MASH DESTROYED IN BOSTWICK DISTRICT Sheriff Hagan and three duputies made another trip to the Bostwick section of the county Friday night, hotfooting for hooch. Th finding of : one still and the destroying of a large quantity of mash two days before had put the officers on their mettle, and this time they were sure of making a good haul. , They found the still, and they found' Shout five hundred gallons of mash. Th lattr wad destroyed and the containers made a '"glorious bonfire," according td the officers. A3 on a previous occasion there was no or.e at home and thede were no arrests made. As in the , previous instance a note -was left asking tha owners of the destroyed property to call at the office of the sheriff and make complaint, of any there- was. THREW AWAY "LIQUOR :. IN OVER-CITY CHASE Vannis Hill is in jail, with a $500 appearance bond staring him in the face, and no -colored friend tocome to' hisrelief.' ." .''-' '" ' Hill' was driving about1 Palatka Friday night, and tho sheriffs forces' suspicioned that he had some liquor in the car., So they speeded after him. Hill also suspicioned they were after v- him) and . he proceeded to break all the speed laws on the city books. ; It was up the hill and, Zf. 1 iotm, mtad villi Blaa ROtea. f Bjw lIBoNB BBAND NULL tm M SOL0 BY EtSLCGISTS EVERYWJEfC down again, and shipping into this sidestreet and out again, for both cars." Hill succeeded in throwing Out about ten gallons,. and that was tost to the ywom; but another lot of five gallons thrown out of . the car 'was saved as' the', ' containers were strong' ThB sheriff forces gathered up ;the evidence and return ed to the office: Yesterday morn ing, the of fkers ' found Hill, whom. they : had reeognied during , the . . I , .,- 1 , ' - u they escaped, 1 have impounded said hearing ill , C in my chicken lot-under lock Tuesday, ; NO-rtCE, CATTLE OWNERS FOUND In my front yard, corner Emmett and Morris treest, Saturday morning, December 30 at 7 o'clock, fourvery sorry, tange cows, worth about' 30 cents each. , Said co'ws, seem to We very hungry from the way they wee pulling up the grass in my yard, ank for fear they Would not find the chase, aml'pIluDed'liiiik'iii JaiLVHisipafsture of' the owner from : whence and key.' Owner can have aame by ; paying for this advertisement ,,and $20 damage said cows, have une to my yard, if called and paid for not later than Tuesday evening, January 2, A, D. 1923. On morning of Jariu-' ary 3 at 8 o'clock, if said cows have not been redeemed they will be dtived across the river . and turned at largtf to bother someone else, as I am tire4 chasing "cows every night off mj lawn. -'-. 'WV J.: B. BOAZi Florida East Coast RAILWAY Flagler System Departnrr A passenger trains froi 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, 4:45 pm. No. 109, 5:50 pm. Departure of passenger trains from EAST PALATKA STATION. SOUTHBOUND DAILY No. 29 Coaches P. Car....ll :55 am. No. 85 Coaches & Sleepers 5:15 pm. No. 37 CTie8 & Pullman....ll:15 pm. NORTHBOUND DAILY No. 38 C'ches & Pullman.. 6:05 am. No. 86 C'ches 4 Pullmans..l0:40 am. So. 30 Coaches & P. Car..5:15 pm J D RAHNER. G. P. A Season's Greetings Good will we always bear and friendship we cherish. ( To all our friends we extend cordial greetings and best wishes with deep appreciation for their, friendship and sincere thanks for their patron age. TO ALL WE WISH PROSPERITY IN THE NEXT YEAR. :e meg a THE FLOUR SUPREME v Excellency in flour making depends on many things. Many brands are sold that have no claim to the years of painstaking care in perfecting a process that will give the best results. Not So With Omega : Manufactured from the very finest grain through a process thatha6 never been changed exceipt to improve, it has finally reached the acme of'flour excellence. f Try it for all baking, all pastries and all other uses that flour an be put to. Our reputation of many years stands behind it. - It Has No Superior WHITE RING (Self Rising) ' H. C. COLE MILLING CO. CHESTER, ILLINOIS Merryday Grocery Co. Distributers .. As NINETEEN TWENTY-TWO passes into oblivion and we reflect upon the many successes, joys and sorrows that have played their parts on the shuttle board of all our lives, we cannot help but be reminded that after all--though it has been a year of struggle it has been one of blessing to many of us. And to Him, who guides the pathway of us all, we are sublimely grateful. And to our hundreds of customers who have made our year a most successful one we are most thankful, and our sincere wish to every one is for A Happy and Prosperous New Year 0 Browning-Fearnside Company One of the Good Clothing Stores in Your Town. 1. . - US -V hooU1,vw . y i J? ' It, ' ' , v , Run I g 7 - -1 r"