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PALATKA DAILY NEWS
PAGE NO. 5 rTERLACHEN NEWS. jthhe Thanksgiving season passed i K pleasantly, if quietly, here. A ficial service was held in the M. E. irch, the pastor, itev. neeves, uiu Iting, assisted by Rev. S. J. Town- and Rev. S. B. Ross. There were !v happy family gatherings and sts, and at the Ross, Townsend Iq Wjatson iiuiuea wnc vinuci .- -with outside guests, and good ftigs galore. , flmong our young people coming me for Thanksgiving were Misses inel Gillett, Clara Kephart, Wini rd and Thekla Wylie and Ophelia Intrie. I if Miss Sleap, with the aid of her as tenant,. Miss Mattie Wylie, gave a wy appropriate Thanksgiving pro jtsm, at her school, a popular number ji'ieaid program being the treat of pod oldfashioned pumpkin pie and heese, , Mr. and Mrs. Cooley of St. Augus ,jn and Mr. and Mrs. Heini of Ken wood, Pelted their mother, Mrs. Jroith, , . iksgiving day. Mrs ,r Motes of Miami and her Want daughter, Miss Clara Cannon, ind Miss Ada Worley were guests of Mrs. Christine Motes Sunday. Mrs. Motes will remain for several days (pfore returning to her Miami h .me. I Mrsf Tobalt and her family, navm OR SALE ' An absolutely new H,P. En gine, still crated. First purihiser failed in butiness. Will give you benefit of purchasers first loss pay ment. This engine uses Gas' line, Kerosene or Crude Oil; has throttle governor. w holesale price takes it. No freight. PHONE 414 or 113. A. L. DAVENNEY secured a house in Palatka, have re moved to their new quarters, leaving Mrs. Jenkins' house vacant for the Lpresent. Mr. Chas. Frasier returned Friday from the fair at Jacksonville, and as tho number of awards received on hi3 fine poultry mounted well up to the century mark he has every reason to feel well satisfied, and the com munity is much pleased. Mr. and Mm C. E. Currie, with jtheir children, have moved this week to Palatka. As they have always teen prominently connected with the social activities of the community, es pecially those of the younger people, they will be greatly missed. Mrs. Hammatt. Mrs. Stiles and Miss AHaline Natrle motored to Palatka Wednesday on a shopping expedition Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hester went to Evinston Sunday to visit relatives. Our friend and former townsman W. B. Sanderson, who went from here to Miami a few. weeks ago, is now located at West Palnv Beach for the Winter season. Mia Erma Wvlie. who has been very ill is now much improved, and will soon be out among ner inenaa a cram. C. S. Hester . took advantage of Thanksgiving day to run up to Gaines ville for a few hours between trains The M. E. church held its Quarter lv Conference here last Saturday and Sunday, Rev. Hilburn of Orlando com- in c for the occasion Among the shoppers in Palatka Tueswlav was Mrs. E. A. Brush, our Postoffice lady, whose absences from her post of duty are, like angels vis its, "few and far between. JENKINS IS CONFIDENT OF VINDICATION. Whassa Matter With You. ManT "Why won't 1 do?" demanded the lady of 800 pounds ilisplapPinont, as she Indignantly waved the want ad section In his facp. "Didn't you ad vertise for n stout woman to do house work?" Indianapolis Star. AFTFR A THOROUGH CLEANING, OVERHAUL ING AND REMODELLING, WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE WILL BE Ready For Business t 'Friday, December 5 V J TO SERVE YOU WITH MECCA ON DRAUGHT. (Continued from page J.) to another but was not mistreated. As a result of this sleeping out door three nights in the rain, however, he contracted rheumatism from which he is still suffering. "The charges of collusion were sim- piy cooked on fabricated allegatios which are childish, absurd and without foundation," said Jenkins. "There is no explanation for them from a bas s 01 law. Does Not Favor Intervention. "I also wish to deny vigorously the lecal insinuation that my alleged ac tion was to promote intervention. I ,do not favor intervention. For one reason, it would damage my business here. "I will not provide bail unless the American state department orders me to do so. because that would mean' protraction of the case, with possibly no definite settlement. 'Thus far no date has been set for a trial. So many of my friends come in that I am unable to give any atten tion to my business, but I am deter mined to see this through to a finish." Jenkins is muscular, out of door tvDe of man. a former foot ball play er at Vanderbilt university, where both he and his wife went to school. He showed not the slightest pertur bation over his arrest but on the con trary was perfectly calm and in good, humor. While I was with him, Mrs. Jenkins and their three year old daughter Jane came on a visit. The child had no idea that her father was under arrest, but thought the pen was a hotel. She leaped into her father s iao and greeted him in Spanish. She speaks English only brokenly. Jenkins is 40 years old and had liv ed in Mexico for 18 years. He has spent 14 years in Puebla, where ne h.as extensive business interests, in cluding a stocking factory. The consular agent said that he is building a home in Los Angeles where he formerly lived and where he ex pects to settle down after his affairs in Mexico are satisfactorily adjusted. Sandwiches, Soft Drinks, Tobaccos, Fresh stocks. Cigars THIS PLACE WILL BE OPEN FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN AS WELL AS MEN. nrv toe Ow 306 Lemon St. T. C. BRANT, Prop. GREAT RELIGIOUS TEET m I Exclusive U -JI o in e of ill TODAY ' v "' DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "ARIZONA" The one famous stage success which Doug wished to put on the screen. - He did it with startling results. See him as a dashing lieutenant in the days when the West was young. See him ride ! Oh, Boy ! He's never done anything like it, even in "The Knickerbocker Buckaroo." An all star cast was assembled for this picture, which was filmed on the very spot where Augustus Thomas laid the scene for the play which made him famous. It has more dash in a minute than any other film ever made. THIS IS NOT A WAR PICTURE Dorothy Dalton QUICKSANDS A Thos. Ince Production Laying Bare Some Frailties of Human Nature Matinee 3:30. Evtiihtfjs (fAii, S:lo, 0:30 I 1NTERCHURCH MOVEMENT GINS CONFERENCES. ' attended the Fair. j Robert Davidson were in Palatka Fri- l ato lPflders should have a very vital part in the discussion 01 me suujeci-o . . , j - j..s ! before the conference. j ltk Tuesday having with her, Mrs. tne day. The final list of speakers who will j Worcester, miss mornson, miS. , Mrs Walton Tucker has fae(m qu;te be present is announced, as follows: j and Mrs. Sawyer. ; s,k but is now improvjng. Dr. Will W, Alexander, for many Miss Louise Bray of Nashua was a years the pastor of one of the leading recent visitor to friends here. .Methodist churches of Nashville, and jirs, c. C. Middleton, Mrs. Peat, . b I .11 1 O il r. I , . 11W11I. . L li D. ligioua conference of the evangelical row tne neaa 01 lne u-" i na Donaia ivnuuieton motoreu w ra-, aenominations from central and we3-1 vision of the Interchurch World Move-1 iatka for the day Friday having a j ment, with headquarters in Atlanta; gUests for the trip. Miss Louise ,Lt. John W. Laird, one of the most ! Bray, and Louise Middleton. The usual Christmas Tree celebra- Noted Speakers Will Address Those Who Gather Speeches Limited to Fifteen Minutes. t ORLANDO, Dec. 3 The great re- tern Florida, which is to be held in OrlnndA nn FW. 15 Ifi and 17 under th i.nsniPPs nf thP Intavhnrph World prominent preachers of Baltimore; Mnvpmpnt. i to h on of the most .Charles Rowland, of Athens, Ga., pres tion j8 being arranged for, and the The entertainment one evening last week by Prof. Morris who is touring the state in a Ford motor was great- I )y enjoyed by our people, mul to tha I children the occasion was one long to i be remembered. As a magician, Mr. ' Morris is an entertainer of f.lility, and the Town Hall was taxed to seat ing capacity. Gasoline 25c. Gallon WE SELL MOEILOIL 25c. QUART iloo'.Ujeav Tires CIGARS AND COLD DRINKS WE CARRY FORD ACCESSORIES H. O. MERWIN LEMON STREET ONE BLOCK WEST OF COURT HOUSE significant gatherings of church lea.l- , Went of the Laymen's Missionary kndren of the community a looking j " ; Jacksonville e,s in the history of the churches in ; Movement, of the Presbyterian chuich forward to a g00d tune, on Chnstmas : parentsPover Thafiksgiving . . . . w T. tWmnn Adrian. Mich., an 1 . Vim r ...4. i; ,, ,n. i,. f reeman. 01 authui, mitu., bills 43tui,e, ovtuiuuig lu ui aiiuvuiivs' i . . . , i i t". Y" i Wi'liam 1. Hudson. ment maue nere toaay oy n. u. uoage " the field representative of the Inter- A local committee has been lormed church Movement for Florida. to handle the arrangements for caring The conference will be unique in its for the delegates. This committee is methods of procedure, for while it , headed by O. S. Lang, president of the will be addressed by some of the lead-1 "unty Sunday school association; B.. ing speakers of America on religious ' J- Mileham, county secretary of the topics, all set speeches will be limited i Y. M. C. A.; J. A. Knox, prominent to fifteen minutes, and the delegates ; Methodist layman; Dr. R. L. Ander present will have three-quarters of an j son; Mrs. J. M. Pedrick; Mrs. A. R. arm- t,.r aivuvn iron, .he floor, in i Bogue; Mrs. J. T. Fuller; and h. f. Koffmani, and son Robert and , week. every hour of the conference. The reason lor this, according to Mr. ! Dodge, is because this is to be pri marily a training conference, to bring the Elaio iclkr.cu;. leiuiors face to ' faco with some of the most vital prob lems which have ever confronted I Christianity in the 1U00 years of its ! existence; and it is desired by those ! r charge of the conference that the Jackson. l UiVlOi'iA LiVV&. THE ROYAL SCOTCH HIGHLANDERS BAND 1 WILL GIVE TWO CONCERTS ON COURT HOUSE LAWN, DECEMBER 3rd Under Auspices ot the WUHAH S UUU AFTERNOON. 3:30 EVENING. B:15 Mrs. E. H. Bryons, Misses Edna ard Dora came up from Sanford to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with Mry Byrons. Miss Edna Knowlton spent the Thanksgiving season at home, return ing to DeLand. Mrs. Grace Cook has for her win ter guest, her sister, Mrs. Sawyer oi New York, who arrived last Wednes day. Clyde Middleton went to Jackson ville Thursday to enjoy a few days of the State Fair. His brother Sylves ter accompanied him home Saturday night for an over Sunday visit at home. Causey jGreen returned to the Uni versity at Gainesville Monday after a pleasant visit with his mother and sis ter. Misses Bertie and Effie Manning spent Friday and Saturday attending the Fair in Jacksonville and report a line time. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Baker, and children of Woodmont, Pa., are locat ed in town for, a few weeks with a view fo bujvng a home, if what they desire can be had. There are a gooU many prospective home seekers in this section at present C. C. Middleton spent the day in Jacksonville Friday on business and The battery condition t shown hers happens with every other battery but the Vesta. The illustra tion shows the wooden mats broken down the plates touching. Short circuits result the battery is killed. But this can't happen with the Vesta the plates are locked apart by Veta Indestructible Isolator. The construction and the advantages of these Tintr, will be explained to you at any Vesta Service Station, mis remartatic the Vesta doubled life and hsa pl-ced the above all other storage batteries. gives Vesta Free Buttery 'ind cr Inspection PALATKA AKLAND COMPANY Sscor.d Street L 1 y viewpoint. post j the high cost cf living and profiteer ing and compulsory tracing. tn of mayor, Robert L. Anderson, Jr., defeated John D. Robertson by & majority ot 103 votee.