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. AND :
Shower; Mrs. E. P. Chamber-
lain, hastess; Miss Kathleen Hil-
burn, honoree; 3:30 p. m.
Mrs. Barstow Honoree.
Dainty pink sweet peas tastefully
arranged in bowls, boughs of white
oleander and vases ofnowy calla lil
lies carry out effectively the .pink,
white and green color-scheme which
Mrs. C. E. Anderson and Miss Wini
fred Browning used in decorating the
parlors of the Putnam County Coun
try Club for their party yesterday af
ternoon. The affair was in honor of
Mrs. Lewington Stanley Barstow,
formerly Miss Thelma Hyers of Jack
sonville, whose marriage to Mr. Bar
stow was a brilliant event of a few
weeks since. Mrs. Barstow, who is
really a lovely brunette type, was
charming yesterday afternoon in her
frock of pink taffeta and lace with
hat to corrrespond.
Progressive auction was the game
of the occasion and scores were kept
of tallies decorated with a pink
sweet pea motif. Pink heart-shaped
mints were on the card tables and de
licious fruit punch was also enjoyed
during the game. Mrs. Barstow's
table was centered with a kewpie
wedding party, in full regalia. At
the conclusion of the play the holder
of high score received as prize an
exquisite bit of handpainted china,
'while to the holder of second high
wa3 given a pretty hand-made hand
kerchief. A quaint kewpie hairpin
holder was presented to the holder of
low score. Mrs. Anderson and Miss
Browning gave a handsome piece of
household linen to Mrs. Barstow.
Following the game the hostesses
served their guests with Neapolitan
ice cream in pink, green and white
and the small, white cakes were iced
in pink. The napkins used were
daintily decorated with a pink sweet
pea design.
Mrs. C. Howard Rowton was. hold
er of high score, Mrs. Donald V. Loop
second high and Mrs. J. B. Darby low.
Enjoying the delightful afternoon
with Mrs. Anderson and Miss Brown
ing and the pretty honoree were:
Mesdames D. V. Loop, J. B. Darby,
L. D. Philips, T. E. Mobley, F. C.
Cochrane, W. W. Tilghman, W. Carl
Davis, Emmons Graham, E. P. Cham
berlin, J. H. Millican, D. J. Elliott,
E. W. Elliott, Warner T. Hamm,
Howard Gardner, J. K. Culbreth, C.
W. Ferrell, M. B. Cochrane, C. How
ard Rowton, L. E. Tenny, A. A. Cor
coran, F. T. Merrill, J. H. Randolph,
H. A. Johnson, J. E. Johnson, Duncan
McDonald, C. H. Hyde, A. 0. Johnson
R. M. Hodge, S. J. Hilburn and Rob
ert James, and Misses Florence Mc
Rae, Grace Urie, Ethel Alexander,
Louise Johnson, Katherine Johnsoik
Edith Kupperbusch, Mildred Pearce,
Irene Yelverton, Marion Davidson,
Birdie Reed of Miami, Frances Starr
Mildred Williams, Alice Elliott, Omar
Davis, Kathleen Hilburn, Kathleen
Leeks, Florence Smith, Dorothy Mer
riam, Ellene Merryday and Winifred
Meeting of Woman's Club Yesterday.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Woman's club was called to order,
yesterday afternoon, by the presi
dent. Mrs. Howell A. Davis. Mrs.
Davis explained to the members
present, that following the program
arranged by Mrs. H. H. Van Home
as chairman of the Cixics Committee,
Dr. Sarah M. Davis, chairman of the
committee for the Revision of By
Laws, wouud read the revised version.
Mrs. Davis requested that every one
present give close attention, and af
terwards go home and think the re
vised by-laws over. Then if any sug
gestions are to be offered, that they
be ready to put before the club at the
meeting two weeks from the present
meeting. All ' members were urged
to give their opinions.
Following Mrs. Davis' talk, Mrs.
Van Home, as chairman of the com
mittee in charge of the program, gave
a talk on the various women's clubs
to which she had belonged in several
northern cities. Mrs. Van Home gave
a brief summary of the important af
fairs of the present day in which wo
men have a prominent part, dealing
particularly with women's work and
activities in civic work.
Dr. Davis then read the revised by
laws, and a short discussion follow
ed. The matter will, of course, be
again taken up at the meeting two
weeks from yesterday's.
The social committee served tea
and wafers and a social hour was en
joyed. Miss Mary Beale Stallings
gave those present much pleasure
with her brilliant rendition of several
piano selections. Another delightful
feature of the afternoon, was the
presence of Mrs. Davis, who has been
iff for some time, and greatly missed.
socially as this has been.. In addition
to the many parties already planned
and announced. Mis Vanita Trom-
ley will entertain on Thursday after
noon in honor of two of the season s
much feted brides-elect, Miss Doro-
thv Davis and Miss Kathleen Hil
burn. Miss Tromley's guests will in
clude the members of the Wegotem
Complimenting Miss Hilburn.
In honor of Miss Kathleen Hilburn
whose marriage to Mr. George Mc
Revnolds will take place on the twen
ty-seventh, Mrs. E. P. Chamberlin
will entertain this afternoon at her
home on South Fourth street. The
guests are invited for three-thirty
o'clock and are anticipating the af
fuir with pleasure. A linen shower
will be a feature of the afternoon.
Country Club Dance,
The directors of the Country Club
are making plans to have one of the
nicest dances of the season out at the
country club next Monday night.
Music will be furnished by the Put
nam orchestra and besides the danc
ing games will be participated in by
those who do not dance.
Chicken I'illau.
One of the most pleasant evenings
which have been enjoyed for a long
time, was the chicken pillau which
was given at the home of E. R. Con
way on Palatka Heights for the B. Y.
P. U.; This supper was enjoyed by
a crowd of sixty five members of this
society, and their friends, who voted
it one of the most pleasai! occasions
ever enjoyed by the society.
B. G. Club Entertained.
Mis-s Jacqueline Pursley delightful
ly entertained the members of the B.
G. club and several other friends last
evening with an informal dance at her
home on Laurel street. Miss Purs
ley is a popular member of this or
ganization. The color scheme for this aicasion
being white and pink which was taste
fully carried out to a great advantage
A lovely profusion of pink and white
oleanders were arranged in vases and
flower baskets. The pretty hostess
wore a dainty frock of pint and white
georgette. Dancing and playing
games was enjoyed until 11 o'clock
when delicious., refreshments were
served which consisted of vanilla ice
cream served in pink rose cups and
silver cake with pink icing.
Those who enjoyed the evening
with Miss Pursley were: Misses Veo
la Benbow, Frances Henley, Billie Si
bert, Jean, Buddington, Dorothy Meigs
Dorothy Townsend, Ella Woodruff,
Essie Woodruff, Clarice Newton,
Katherine Ray, Evelyn Barnett, Ger
trude Meyer, Gertrude Williams, Ruth
Pritchard, Ruth Browning, Helen de
Montmollin, Helen Bruce, and Ern
est Olipnant, Learider Fog, Fred
Bruce, George Curry, J. D. Sibert,
Sam McCormick, Gus Long, Franklin
Vandereook, Dick Jarett, Hugh Pad
gett, Harry Lee, Bob Webb, John
Selle, Richard Knight, Arthur Long,
Clifford Tromley, Tom Perry, Paul
Levorett and Charles Dressier.
Little Elizabeth Dougherty.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dougherty
have received a message from Gary,
Ind., announcing the arrival of little
Miss Elizabeth Dougherty, at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Dougherty. The little girl
was bom Wednesday. Her father, a
former Palatkan, has many friends
here who will be interested in hearing
of his new daughter.
Miss .Tromley to Entertain.
Next week promises to be as busy
"Man and His Woman"
A J. Stuart Blackton Production
A story of a frivolous society girl,
who objects to her husband spending
so much time at his work.
Added Attraction
Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Minton
are spending several days with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter F. Minton at their
pretty little Bungalow on Palatka
Hon. W. B. Crawford, leading at
torney of Kissimmee. was a guest
here yesterday. Mr. Crawford is gen
eral counsel for the Southern Utili
ties Co.
Mrs. J. H. Smith of Fort Waynes
Ind., is the guest of her mother, Mrs,
C. H. Heidt at her home on Carr
street for a stay of some time.
Mr. and Mrs. James Burkett of
St. Augustine, passed through the
city yesterday en route to Tampa.
Silas Motes of Francis, was vis
iting friends in the city yesterday.
Mrs. H. W. Dougherty and dau
ghter, Miss Lily Dougherty, have re
turned from a short stay in Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Selle and lit
tle daughter, Adelaide, are spending
a short time in Jacksonville on a
combined business and pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLeod of
Shell Bluff, are spending a few days
in town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hutchinson
were among Palatkans spending
Thursday in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Ed. M. Earnest left yester
day for New York where she will
make extensive purchases for the
Earnest Company. Mrs. Earnest will
be away for about two weeks,
y Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Randolph will
spend tomorrow in St. Augustine.
Friends of Mrs. Howard Rowton
will be glad to know that she is able
to be out again after her recent ill
J. H. Wylie of Interlachen, spent
yesterday in Palatka.
Alston R. Haile of Sanford, is
spending a few days in the Gem City.
Miss Agnes Davidson and Miss
Etta Davidson left yesterday for their
home in Jacksonville after spending
some days here as the guestsof Miss
Margaret Anderson.
Or. J. W. Purcell was in the city
for a short while this week en route
from St. Petersburg, where he has
been enjoying a visit, to his home in
Faison, N. C. Dr. Purcell was pastor
of the Presbyterian church here at
one time.
Mrs. George W. Burt left yes
terday at noon for Kr home in West
Palm Beach, after a short visit here
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Floried
Evans. Mrs. Burt was en route to
West Balm Beach from Savannah,
where she has been making an ex
tended stay.
E. H. Sands, of St. Augustine,
spent Thursday here with his brother,
Frank Sands.
A. P. Philips, of Atlanta, Georgia,
one of the officers and sales manager
for the Hanson Motor Car Company,
is in Paatka for a few days on bus-
Potato prices are holding up around
the $6 mark, f.o.b., Hastings and
East Palatka, with the movement be
coming heavier each day. Up to
Wednesday night the shipments were
683 cars against five for the same
period last year.
Growers who have made good
yields will make some money, it is
said, but those who had bad grow
ing conditions will hardly break even
this year.
London, April 15 The freak fash-!
ions which inevitably accompany
springtime madness promise this sea
son to surpas anythng that has gone
before in the way of daring and nov
elty. Dame fashion has been having a
confab with Father Neptune and the
net result is decidedly "fishy."
One of them is the mermaid frock
which is a closely-fitting entirely
composed of pailettes which overlap
one another in the approved fish-scale
style. These pailettes are of irides
cent shades of silver, green and blue.'
No trimming or ornament of any kind
is worn with the frock and corsets are
doffed so that the sinuous mermaid
effect is complete.
Another fishy fad is the girdle com
posed of painted sea-shells. Jjth this
is worn a head-firess of similar design
or, maybe, of tinted pearl.
For those whose systems cannot as
similate too much sea-breeze, a few
Hawaiian modes have been thrown in
The one which is likely to excite most
comment is the Hawaiian skirt. This
extends from the waist to just below
the knee and is composed of coarse,
matted, hay-colored fringe and has
the ragged primitive effect of the
garments of South Sea Islanders.
Coming Attraction at the Howell
Palatka theater goers will enjoy a
special treat on the night of April
19th when the farce comedy Prexy's
Proxy will be presented by local tal
ent in the Howell theater.
This is a delightful two act play
chock full of life and action. Many
comical and amusing situations are
caused by two college students who,
on the spur of the moment well, if
you were to hear all about it now
maybe you wouldn't feel like going
to see it.
And remember, a boil on the neck
is worth two in the kettle. The
seats at the box office won't do you
a bit of good unless you go and get
them before they are are all gone.
Get your reservations early. All re
served seats are on sale at the Grand
box office. If you have already
bought a general admission ticket
you may get it exchanged for a re
served seat by paying twenty five
cents at the box office providing all
the reserved seats have not been sold.
There are only a limited number of
these seats left.
The Putnam orchestra will render
a number of selections before the'lift
ing of the curtain and during the in
termission; several vocal solos will be
given by the best Pala'tka songsters.
In all it is a program that no Palat-J
kan can afford to miss.
The Grand Today.
"Man and His Woman" . will be
shown at the Grand" tbeater this af
ternoon and tonight. It is a J. Stu
ar 'Blackston production featuring
Herbert Rawinson. The following
review will prove interesting. .
"Dr. John Worthing is engaged to
marry Claire Eaton, a frivolous so
ciety girl who objects to her fiance
spending so much time at his work.
Worthing goes abroad to help the 'suf
ferers in a plague-infested land and
his boat is reported sunk. Claire be
comes the mistress of Hugh Conway.
Conway is a wealthy man who has
tried to win Eve Cartier, a little nurse
with remarkable character. He had
promised marriage and when Eve had
arrived at his apartment and learned
his true character she left him. Wor
thing returns and learns of the rela
tionship between Claire and Conway.
He becomes a wreck and a frequenter
of Chinatown where he hopes to for
get thfi-'pasiffoy takinopium., Bttffy fr-i
rescued by -A friend of iify a doctor,
who takes', him to' liis'jnffuntain Jodgi i -: ;!
and sends for,Eve to.urtehinf, Eyew.'T ',
sweetness and purity' restore W-' ' j'
thing's faith In' women-ld 'Out two - ;
fall In ;love. Claire 1 nd "Cotrwy .1,
come back .to try and ' -wteck ( their
happiness but they are unsuccessful. '
. Uncle Eben. - -,
"D man dnt sells another man a .
lold brick," said Uncle Eben, "geii-
erally finishes up by glttln'-fooled hi-
Y on sumpln' n heap mof Important,"
It Worked Wonderfully, ! .
Have you noticed, .tho number" of "
persons coughing this Spring, caused .
by an irritated condition in the chest,
bronchial tubes or throat? This
coughing is banished by a few doses
of Foley's Honey and. Tar. Mrs. Am
na Stein, 410 Western Ave., Coving
ton, Ky., writes: "Your cough medi-
cine worked wonderfully oil our little '
son. He is subject to bronchitis. The
first doses helped him." Good for U
sorts of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough and grip coughs. . For sale
by J. H. Haughton
(B? loKcd Frui.)
New York, April 15 Avowing that
Anna Luther, moving picture actress
devoured $404.53 worth of delicacies
for which she did not pay, Reuben,
delicatessener" has gone to court to
collect. Caviar and goose livers are
mostly what Anna ate, declared Reu
ben, but she did not pass up Italian
olive oil, Norwegian sardines, nor
Chinese bird nest puddings, said Rue
ben. Month after month, starting from
September and ending in January of,
this year, Miss Luther dropped into
Reubens and secured appeasement for
her hearty appetite with such coarse
morsels of food as satiate the palate
of royalty and chorus girls, he claims,
and only $200 of the original $604.53
bill would she ever pay.
Reubens is the same close-margined,
small-profited, merchant, whom
the courts a while back refused to let
charge $25 for a roast ham.
(lly Unltpd I'rean.)
London, April 15 Soon women will
be able to study film fashions present
ed in natural colors.
At a recent film exhibition at the
Palais de Luxe,' Picadilly, of a new
process invented by the Russian sci
entist. Professor Gorsky, the picture
showed the hues of the actors clothes
and t'.-.v brilliant background of trees
and flowers were reproduced with all
the vividness of nature.
Fashion friends are quick to .grasp
on the new scheme with a view to
showing off their gowns and new cre
ations to the best advantage. It is I
expected that Professor Gorsky's in
vention will cause a revolution in mo
vie methods.
"Let B. & B. DO IT."
Detroit, Mich., April 15 Forty
five aliens for whom deportation war
rants are held by federal officials
here, have disappeared, it was an
nounced today. The aliens have been
at liberty under bond since shortly
after their arrest in the department
of justice raids more than a year ago.
Officers believe some of them have se
cretly left the country.
Washington, April 15 Representa-1
tives who made an unsuccessful at-
tempt last session to increase the size j
of the houe to 483 members have be- j
gun a compromise movement to boost .
the membership to 4C0. Chairman j
Siegel of the census committee, said i
today there was growing sentiment in j
favor of an increase, and predicted
that a membership cf 1(10 would meet !
with approval. A number of repre- j
sc-ntatives from -states that would lose j
seats if no increase were authorized ,
and who voted for maintaining the
present size of the house, now. favor I
a compromise, he added.
Presbyterian Church.
Qatihnth efhnnl nt 045 aT m.
Divine worship at 11 a. m. and 7:45 I
p. m. Morning .subject: "Spiritual
Angfing;" evening subject: "Praise."
This will be a praise service in
which all are invited to unite with us.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Timely Advice.
If you Would keep tlie wolf from
(he door don't Inveigle him Into..-ie
front yard with titbits of extrav-
1 WO
ig Saturday Specials
Browning-Fearnside Co.
41 Pairs Men's
Beacon and
That originally sold at $7.50
to $9.50. Reduced as a lead
er for Saturday selling at, per
Little Fellows'
Wash Suits
Worth from $3.00
toi$4.00 each. All
on sale Saturday at,
See Window Display
Browning-Fearnside Co.
Palatka s Best Men's Store
Fishing Tackle
A large line of Bamboo Poles
The South Bend Lines are best.
Al. Foss Pork Rine Baits.
Five different lines of artificial
Bait. All the popular reels.
The best rods that you can buy.
In Fact, We Have Everything to Make a Fisherman Happy
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"Let B. B. DO IT."
3-9-tf Ignnee.

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