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Auction Party; Hhostess,
Mrs. E. C Shelly; 3:00 p. m.
Musicate; Mrs. Stillman-
Kelly in Concert; Auspices Wo.
man's Club; 8:15 p. m.
4 Meeting to organizeiBusi-
ness Girls; Elks' Club; 6:30 p.
Thursday Bridge Club; hos-
tess, Mrs. .G. E Gay; 8:00 p m.
Friday Bridge Club; hostess,
Mrs. C. B. Ryan; 3:00 p. m.
Meeting of W. G. Club; of-
fice of Dr. Sarah M. Davis; 7:30
p. m.
Reciprocity Dance; High
School- Bovs. Hosts: Elks Club;
9:00 p. m.
Regular Meeting Womens
Club; Club House; 3:30 p. m.
Pant nn tiH i sTice nt: Put-
4 nam County Country Club, 4:30 4
4 to 11 p. m. 4
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Enthusiastic Meeting Ladies' Aid.
A large number of the members
of the Ladies' Aid Societies of the
Methodist church attended the gen
eral meeting held at Tilghman Halt
yesterday afternoon, and an enerset-
ic year s work was enthusiastically
planned. Officers were elects-., at
this time, those going into effice be- j
ing; Mrs. C. B. Carswell, as presi- .
dent; Mrs. H. 0. Hamm as vice-
president; Mrs. E F White, as secre-
tary; Miss Helen Tilghn.ni., as
treasurer; and Mrs. Julien de Naza-1
rie, as press reporter. It was an-
nounced at the meeting yesterday af-
ternoon that' the proceeds of the ba
zaar held before Christmas, would
probably run to $225, and the en
couraging fact lends impetus to the
enthusiasm wit'i which the meivibei's
of ""this 'ir ; ' tant chi' '( 'i organiza
tion are beginning the new year's
work. It was decided that a rum
mage sale would be held on Saturday
afternoon and evening, but the place
was not definitely chosen.
U. D. C Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of
Patton Anderson Chapter, U. D. C,
will be held Thursday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock at the home of Miss Es
telle McKenzie. A large attendance
is desired.
Thursday Bridge Club.
Mrs. George E. Gay will entertain
the Thursday Bridge Club of which
she is a member, tomorrow after
noon at three o'clock at the apart
ment, on South Third street, of Mrs.
Stewart Worden. Themembers of
the organization are anticipating a
pleasant afternoon.
Friday Bridge Club.
The members of the Friday Bridge
Club will be entertained tomorrow
afternoon at the attractive home on
North Fourth street of Mrs. C. 3.
Ryan. Mrs. Ryan will be hostess
to a few of her other friends also,
and Jilay will start at three o'clock.
Maccabees to Meet.
There will be an important meet
ing of the Women's Benefit Associa
tion of Macabees tomorrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock at Woodman Hall.
grand theatre
"The Inner
International News and
"Cutting His Vacation"
There will be installation of officers I
and a full attendance is requested
Dance Tomorrow F.-ening
I The boys of the Hu;li School danc
ing set will be hosts tomorrow even
ing at a delightful dance which they
are giving as a reciprocal compli
ment to the High School girls wno
! entertained them with a' charming
a' charming
j dance, during the holiday season. The
; affair will take pice et the Elks Club
4 : house on River street.
... . , .
-Miss- Margaret Simmons left to -
I Miss- Margaret Simmons left to
. day for her home in Washington, D.
I C, ufter a few days stay here with
; her sister Mrs. Weldon Henley, at her
, ..,... OI. Hlre.
i Madame Slocovich and Mrs. H. H.
j Van Home expect to leave Monday for
a delightful trip to points of interest
in the state. They will visit Tampa,
i St. Petersburg and Orlando before re-
I turning to their home here.
It will interest many Palatkans
to learn that Mrs.Jcsse D. Buky and
I little son, Jesse, Jr.", will arrive shortly
trom Doanoke, Va., to join Mr. Buky
I '"" i"u "ume "ere.
A congenial party motoring to
St. Augustine yesterday for the open
ing of the Ponce de Leon Hotel was
composed of Mrs. F. JT Fearnside,
Mrs. Imogene F. Collins, Mrs. C. B.
Ryan, Mrs. G. M. Boyd and Mrs. J. L.
Mrs. T. L. Yonts, Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Yonts and son, Bly Yonts, and
Mrs. Ida McAllister returned vester-
day fronan enjoyable trip in 'South
: Florida. The party visited Tampa,
St. Petersburg and Pass-a-Grille.
Senator W. A. Russell is expected
to pass through the city tomorrow,
en route to his home nt Crescent City
from Tallahassee, where he attended
the inauguration,
Mr. and Mrs. Gormany, who have
been living in the home of T. J. Knight
expect to move Thursday into one of
the Van Home Apartments on Lemon
After spending the holidays here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howell
A. Davis, Newell Davis returned to
day to Gainesville, where he will re
sume his studies at the University of
Miss Lillian Kanner returned yes
terday from a delightful holiday visit
with relatives in Savannah.
Friends of Mrs. Florence Stelts,
who has been confined to her home
iur uie iwo ii.onuis wun an in- i
jured foot, will be pleased to know j
tnat sue is able to be out again, and ,
are glad to see her at her old post at
the Earnest Company.
Miss Louise Nowlin, of Nashville,
Tenn., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. M. Earnest, at their home across
the river.
Jerome Bruce is making a several
days' business trip down the east
coast of Florida.
Mrs. Edgar Pabor, of Atlanta, is
expected to arrive shortly to be the
guest of Mrs. Imogene F. Collins for
some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonard, who
have been making their home here for
some weeks left today for their new
home in Kissimmee.
Mrs. S. H. Hagan will leave short
ly for Stuart, where she will spend
some time with relatives.
F. J. Fearnside is expected to re
turn tomorrow fro Tallahassee, where
he has been since Monday. Mr. Fearn
side was among Putnam county citi
zens attending the inauguration.
After a few days stay in Palatka,
J. F. Davidson left today for his home
in Arcadia.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Yonts, Mrs.
T. L. Yonts and Bly Yonts, of Hop
kinsville, Ky., left today for their
home after spending the holidays here
with Mrs. Ida McAllister, at her home
on Emmett street. Mrs. T. L. Yonts
is the mother of Mrs. McAllister, and
Mr. H. D. Yonts is her brother.
Mrs. T. L. Sutherland, of Wash
ington, D. C, is expected to arrive in
Palatka about the middle of this
month to spend some time as the guest
of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Goss Mattox, at their home
on south Fifth street.
Mrs. Betty Mattox and Mrs. J. S.
Gibson, of Newnan, Ga., who have
been spending some time here as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs., left this morn
ing for Hastings, wher they will visit
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Mattox for sev
eral days, before returning to Palatka
to continue their visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, of
Tampa, who have been' visiting
friends here the past week, return
ed to their home today.
Mrs. J. H. Manning of Ocala, is
visiting relatives here today.
--Mrs. Alex Granger, is visiting
friends at San Mateo today.
-j Miss lone Vaughn and Mrs. J H
Vaughn are visiting friends at Peniel
Mrs. John Dunn, of Tampa, was
a Palatka visitor yesterday. She
(Djr Uaitxd Pim.1
Washington, Jan. 8 Action on the
Borah' disarmament resolution again
was postponed today by the Senate
foreign relations committee. The
committee adjourned after listening
to a presentation of the whole dis-
armament question by Senator
Walsh, of Montana,, and Senator Bo-
rah of Idaho.
At the request of Senator Hitch-
cock the committee heard Senator
; Wa,sh BUthor of the resolution re.
questing President Wilson to send an
representative to the
, ,eague of nations disarmament con.
vent.on( aa he had been .nv.ted by
the league.
j The Borah resolution, however wa
the principal theme of today's meet-
jng. A majority of the committee
favors some resolution, but it is
, nkely Borah's measure will be am-
ended before a report is made. De-
teimlned opposition to any resolu-
tion from a few members may pre-
vent action today.
In its present form the Borah res
olution requests the president to ad
vise the governments of Great Brit
ain and Japan that this government
is ready to take up with them direct
ly, without waiting for the action of
other nations, the question of reduc
ing armaments within the next five
years to 50 per cent of the present
strength of estimates.
Mir Unlil Pr-.
Washington, Jan. 5 The Senate
today adopted the Knox resolution
appropriating $50,()U0 for expenses
of the official ceremonies at the cap
ital incident to the inauguration of
President Harding.
Washington, Jan. 6 The comp
troller of the currency today issued
a call for the condition of national
banks on Wednesday December 29.
: Privacy.
"Living without privacy," said aa
i observant wnmi.n the other day, "aa
' )nP must In nn innplnianl m hnanL
Ing house, lends-. us to nervous ship
wreck. We feel the strain of too close
coninct ttlth the other members of out
family n ml with our neighbors. But
Vh ,0 not know what the trouble la.
We fit-l Hint some: hint Is wrong wltb
tne place we are living and we move.
V simply move from one hex to an
other. What we nenl Is ninre room
nim enoneh fur privacy room
enough to he Hlmie."
states that herself and family will
move to Palatka in the near future.
H. S. Wells, of Federal Point, was
attending to business matters here
Miss Mabel Smith o, Peniel is a
shopping visitor here today.
Mrs. Ed Meyers, of St. Peters
burg, arrived here this morning for a
visit with relatives.
The revival services at the First
Baptist Church are being well attend
ed, the crowd last night overflowing
the main auditorium. Monday night
the evangelist spoke on "Sign Boards
on the Road to Heaven" and last night
on "Sign Boards to Hell." In these
revival addresses the old truths are
presented in a new and convincing
S. J, Spencer, of Marion, 111., is in
charge of the music. He is a gifted
leader in song and an effective solo
ist. A "Boosters' Sunshine Chorus"
made up of boys and girls under six
teen years of age, has been organized.
The services are not long and every
one who attends is sure to be "enter
tained as long as he is detained."
Dr. C. A. Owens, the evangelist is
no stranger in Florida, having served
as pastor at Lake City and later in
DeLand. He has conducted many
successful revivals throughout the
The subject tonight will be "The
Father's Pitty."
Time Is a mystery which we haft
arbitrarily divided Into a past and
future, that we may understand some
thing of it. In Itself we may be al
most cf-itnln thnt It . hilt an Immense,
eternal motionless present. In which
all that has taken plate Immutably,
in which tomorrow, save In the ephe
meral mind nf man. Is indistinguish
able from yesterday and tndny. From
"The Double finnlm." hy Maurice
UaeterUii'l.- a
8hows B'ooH Clrcu'allnx
By fitting a powerful mliTosrvme to
a motion-picture oiimeni n Michigan
pbyslclnn has siieceeile.1 in throwing
en the screen drtnlied pictures of the
circulation of fhe blood. The comnlete
81m presents n view ol a chicken'a
heart In notion, demonstrates the re
action, depicts the causes and results
of obstructed tlmv. nnd makes dear
he opcrml f the electrocardlc
irnph In i ml. -it. a Hip heart
Texas Gasoline 32c
Texas Oil 25c
The Ford Motor Company Rave just issued a book called "The Fordson
at Work." This book is given free. Call in and get one. If you cannot call,
write and we will mail you one withdut charge. It is not what the Ford.
Motor Company says about the Fordson Tractor but what the army of- us
ers have to say. This book voices the hardest kind of practical experience.
It shows in illustration the Fordson Tractor at actual work along some,
ninety different lines of activity. It shows in these illustrations the won
derful versatility and utility of the Fordson Tractor. Shows it to be, be
yond all question, the one bit bf machinery that is a necessity, not only on
the farm but along many lines of commercial business; especially does it
show up the Fordson as a valuable servant on the farm. With it the farmer
is relieved of the hard work, because he can take advantage of the weather
in preparing his seed bed; he can do it at the right time; the same is true
when it comes to harvesting. It solves, to a great extent, the problem of
scarcity of labor.
With its wonderful, reliable power, it brings to the farm home all the
conveniences, in the way of running water in the house, electric lights, op
eration of the washing machine, churning, separating the cream from the
milk; it assumes and takes to itself the drudgery of farm life both in the,
field and in the house and it is only a matter of a few years until it will be
as universal in its service on the farm as is the farmer himself. It will be
come a part of farm life; a beneficial part; a profitable part. Get order in
for there's a rush coming.
When You Order
Biead and Pastries
be sure and specify
Palatka-made pro
ductsthey are the
best you can buy. ,
Palatka Baking Co.
Phone 290 Lemon and Seventh Sts.
"A home concern owned and operated
by home people"
Oak and Pine
The very best, cut any way
you want it. GOOD HONEST
LOADS. Delivered on short
$2.50 Load. Phone 275
Locattd on G.S.&F. Track,
Between North 4tli and 5th Sts.
r! L. LEE
The "Huns" In History
Hnrtpkln in his "Itnly and Her In
rnrters" speaks f the Huns, prior to
their European Invasion. But for one
lomewhat disputed source of Informa
tion, ail Is dark concerning them. That
imirce Is the history of China. If the
Huns be the fllong nu, whose ravages
ire recorded In thnt history, then we
hiive a mlniitp account of their doings
lor centuries before the ("hristian era.
Why Stings Hurt
The pain caused hy the sting of net
des la due partly to formic acid and
oertly to a themlral resembling snake
poison. Our nettles are comparatively
Harmless' lnu In lllt. Java cpi else
Iiitc. there aie viu'eiiis til" luiiuftil
.fleets "f v. !i!e!i in.; wcks. i:nd In
V IMC c:is,-s nt '1!'?:, 1'1-c lutes.
Ignition Specialists.
Cart Towed in Within One Mile Free of Charge
Oysters in Season
612 Lemon St.
JOHN ATTIM, Proprietor
Regular Meal?
35 Cents
We Cater to the Tourist Trade
Try Us Once
"Nothing Cheap But the Price"
Putnam House
We strictly guarantee our
work and material.
If you find a defect in either,
hold us to our guarantee.

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