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Tuesday Morning June 21, IQ2I.
PALATKA DAlLfNEWS PAGES SO CI A L NOTES ANII . PERSONAL GOSSIP i TELEPHONE MT-J Complimenting Mrs. Dyer. A color-scheme of gold and white was tastefully carried out by Mrs. I). V. Loop in decorating her charm ing apartment for a very charming affair, yesterday afternoon. A pro fusion of shasta daisies were com bined with greenery with artistic ef fect, and placed about the broad porch where, the guests were enter tained.' Mrs. Loop was entertaining at auction for Mrs. Herbert Dyer, of Columbia, Tenn., who s spending some time in Florida, the guest of relatives. As Miss Charlotte Watson, Mrs. Dyer has frequently visited in Palatka. ' ' Scores were kept, yesterday after noon, on tallies done in an attractive design, and at the conclusion of a pleasant hour of progressive auction, Mrs Loop awarded attractive prizes to the players making high and low scores. To Mrs. L. S. Barstow, who held high score, went a useful pair of scissors, while Miss Priscilla Hamm, who held low, was given a set of pretty tallies. To the honor guest, Mrs. Loop presented a -lovely cut glass candy jar. . Cantaloupe a la. mode, devil food cake and punch were served, at the refreshment hour, to Mrs. Loop's guests, who were: Mesdames Herbert Dyer, F. C. Whitthorne, L. S. Bars tow, C. W. Ferfell,.J. B. Darby, R. E. Macdonald, J W. Browning, JL B. Corchrane, F. C. Cochrane. C. E. Anderson, Nell R. Varnes, and Misses Florence Smith, Priscilla Hamm, Aloe Everton, Mildred William Mary Rowan, of West Virginia, Do rothy Merriam, and Winifred Browning. Little Miss Crosby Mr. and Mrs. John Crosby of San Mateo, are receiving congratulations of their friends on the birth of a daughter. The little girl arrived yes terday morning. . Program Meeting of Missionary Society . The Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist church will hold a program meeting, this afternoon, at four o'clock, at the Baptist church. Circle number one of the organiza tion will have charge of the program. Story and Play Hour Wednesday The three circles of the Community Story and Play Hour will meet to morrow, for the hour from five to six o'colck. The children will gather at each of the three appointed places. Ridley R. Wilkerson returned to Jacksonville yesterday morning af ter spending the week-end in Palatka with his family. Mr. H. N. Kirkman is spending several weeks at St. Augustine Beach. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Buck and family motored to Daytona Beach for the day, Sunday. Fred Cochrane left Sunday on a' ten. days' business trip through points in Florida. Mrs. Julien de Nazarle and child ren returned yesterday from a sev eral days' stay at Seabreeze, where they were 'the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Selle. It will interest Palatka friends of Miss Felicia Williams to know that she will be a member of the fa culty at the summer school at Gaines ville, this term. A. H. Selle arrived Sunday af ternoon from Seabreeze where he had spent a few days with his family who are summering there. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kalbfield, Miss Clarice Newton, and Master Louis Kalbfield Newton returned Sunday from a week's stay in At lanta. Miss Mary Rowan has left for her home in West Virginia, after spending a short time here as the guest of Mrs. James Browning. Among the pleasant parties from Palatka motoring to Daytona, Sun day, was that composed of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dyer, Miss Winifred Brown ing and James Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Millican and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Dancy were among Palatkans motoring to St. Augustine Beach, Sunday after noon. Mrs.- T. B. Merrill has returned from Jacksonville, where she has been the visitor of her daughter, Mrs. D. W. Ramsaur, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Barrington Dar by have returned from a pleasant week-end stay at Daytona, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McReynold3. Cromwell Anderson spent Sun day with friends in Gainesville. A. H. Odom and T. E. Moblcy were business visitors to St. Augus tine, yesterday afternon. -S. A. Baker, of Seville, wa3 a business visitor in the city, yester day. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Hudson and daughters and son motored to DeLand Sunday, 'from here, Miss Harriett Hudson and Miss Louise Hudson went i iSSISSiPPi mgb PUIS NEGRO TO DEATH FOR AN ASSAULT ON WOMAN Jackson. Miss., June 20. Louis Wimberly, an 18 year-old negro con vict was lynched late today at the gate of the state convict farm in Rankin county, seven miles from this ' city. Wimberly was a trusty who I worked around the residence of an assistant sergeant. .This morning I while the seargeant's wife was alone J with her five-year-old daughter the negro attacked her . after knocking her unconscious. Two negro trustees . caught Wim berly several miles from the farm and brought him back. As a matter of precaution another sergeant was ordered to bring Wimberly to Jack son and place him in the county jail, and it was whi'.e attempting to do this that he was overpowered by a mob. SAD DEATH OF LITTLE JESSIE LEE WILKINSON GRAND THEATRE TODAY ' Louis Glaum in. 33 The star Hives a colorful portrayal as a daughter of the tenements, who finds her life too sordid in this environment and travels the primrose path. Added Attraction International News, Scenic and Topics of the Day. TOMORROW Norma Talmage in "The Woman Gives" Also Fox News and Mutt and Jeff Attractive Mid-Summer Millinery ' At Attractive Prices Let us make you an Organdy Hat Pretty ones at $6.00 each Hemstitching and Picoting Cotton 10c; Silk 12 l-2c yard MRS. TIULMAN on to Groveland, where they will visit relatives for some time, while Mrs. Hudson's mother, Mrs. Wedden, who has been visiting there, met the party at DeLand, and accompanied her daughter back to Palatka. Mrs. Wed den will spend the remainder of the summer in Palatka. Mrs. Mattie Miller and children returned to their Home in Jackson ville after a visit of three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Miller and daughter, Lillian, motored to Jack sonville on Sunday on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams, foi-. meriy of Palatka, but now residing in Gainesville, spent the day Sun day with friends here." ' Mr. and -Mrs. 0. E. Prevatt and children were motor visitors to St. Augustine Beach, Sunday. Among Pa'atkans spending Sun day at Daytona Beach were Pat Ander son, Roy Finch, John Cannon, and Job Cannon. Little Miss Betty Merrill re turned to Jacksonville, this morning after spending a few days here. The little gir! is visiting her aunt, Mrs. D. W. Ramsaur, in Jacksonville, while her mother is in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Usina and Mr. and Mrs. Early Harrod were a con genial party spending Sunday at Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wattles and Merrill Wattles spent the week-end with friends at Ormond Beach. Friends here of Reverend Howard Dutill. pastor of the Hendricks Me morial church in 'South Jacksonville, will be interested to know that he has Just returned from a several weeks stay in Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Gay Miss Helen Warner and Miss Serena Bailey, composed a party motoring to St. Augustine Beach, Sunday. Mrs. McLaughlin, of Palatka, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Brewster. Callahan Notes in pines-Union. Mrs. F. E. F" rice and children, of Miami, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Martin. Mrs. Price is a sister of Mrs Martin. Apoka Notes in the Timee-Union. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hudson and charming little daughters, Josephine and Sarah, spent Sunday pleasantly at Daytona Teach, having motored down. Miss Gladvs Register and Willie Register have ..i-.r-.wJ from South Florid where they have been attend ing school. Miss Register in Tampa, and her brother in San Antonia Miss Gladys Britton returned yesterds morning to he rhome in yesterda; morning to her home in days here ;:s '.he guest of Mrs. D. V. Loop. A party expecting to go to Day tona Beach for a few days, shortly, is composed of Mrs. L. S. Barstow, Mrs. Mark Shaw, Miss Winifred Brown ing, M.s. C. W. Ferrell and Mrs. C. E. Anderson. News was received here yesterday of the death Sunday . afternoon in Wilmington, N. C, of Jessie Lee Wil kinson, the eighteen months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Wilkinson, of Jacksonville. The heart broken mother has the tenderest sym pathies of those here who knew and loved her as Miss Margaret Willard, especially as this is the second be reavement in the last two years. The regains will be brought to Pa latka today for interment in the Wil lard family lot. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from St. Marks' Episcopal church, where, a few months ago the little girl was christened. The deceased is a grand daughter and great grand daughter of two much beloved former residents of Palatka, the late-Augustus Wil lard and Col. Robert W. Davis, now residing in Gainesville. Interment will be under direction of W. Carl Davia. CHECKER CLUB TO MEET The Palatka Checker Club will hold its regular weekly meeting to night at the Fire Station at eight thirty o'clock All members are re quested to be present and all who are interested in checkers are cor dially invited to attend. thence South, 321 feet to point ofors, in and to the following describ beginning; thence East, 1318 feet to . , . . . , . Carmt. quarter-section line; thence South 321 feet; thence West 1318 feet to section line; thence North 321 feet to point of beginning, containing ten (10) acres,' more or less; all in the Northwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section Twenty-three (28), Township Ten (10), South, Range) Twenty-six (26), East. Said minors' interests, each, as afore said, consists of an undivided one-fourth interest in and to said land Petition therefor now on file in said Court, this 3rd day of June, A. D. 1921. MAY SQUIRES, Guardian of said Minors. June 7-14-21-28. . GUARDIAN'S NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given, that on The 28th DAY OF JUNE A. D-, 1921, or as soon thereafter as I can be heard, I will make application to the Honorable Julian C. Calhoun County Judge of Putnam County, Florida, at his office in Palatka, Flo rida, for authority to sell at private sale and to convey to the purchaser thereof, all of the estate, right, title and interest, same being an undivided one-twe'nty-eihjt (1-28) interest, each, of Jessie Padgett, Elbert W. Padgett and Nettie L. Padgett, mi- Florida, to-wit: Being in the vicin ity of Grandin, and described as tep (10) acres in the Northwest corner of the Southeast quarter of the South east quarter of Section 8, Township 9, South, of Range 24, East, the boundary lines being designated as follows: Commence at a corner on i the North line, 143 yards east of the Northwest corner of said Southeast quarter of Southeast quarter of Sec tion 8, Township 9, South, of Range 24, East; thence run West, 143 yards to corner; thence South, 276 yards, to a corner; thence East, 208 yards to a corner, thence a little West of North, 286 yards, more or less, to the starting corner; containing 10 acres, more or less. Also ALL of Block 7, of .Grandin, Section 8, Township 9, South, of Range 24, East; Putnam County, Florida. Tthe petition upon which this ap plication will be made is on file and of record in the office of said Counts Judge of Putnam County, Florida. R. E. PADGETT, Guardian of said Jessie Padgett, El bert W. Padgett, and Nettie L. Padgett, minors. This 28th day of May, A.. D., 1921 May 31-June 7-14-21 666 quickly relieves Constipation, Biliousness, Loss of Apetite and Head aches, due to Torpid Liver. GUARDIAN' S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that on the FOURTH DAY OF JULY A. D. 1921, or as soon thereafter as I can be heard, I will make applica tion to the Honorable Julian C. Cal houn, County Judge of Putnam Coun ty, Florida, for authority to sell at private sale, for cash, and to convey to the purchaser thereof, all of the estate, right, title and interest of Nellie Louise Squires, William Rob ert Squires and Herbert Washington Sqlires,, minors, in and to all of an undivided one-fourth interest, each, in and to the following described tract of land in the County of Put nam and .State of Florida, particular ly described as follows: Commencing at the Northwest cor ner' of Section Twenty -three (23), CANNON'S Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) Special Today Cash Only Kingan's Sliced Bacon, 1 pound boxes, 50c Kingan's Pure Lard, 20c lb 2 for 35c "Churngold" Oleomarbarine (The gold of the churn) 40c lb "Cannon's" Victory Steak" Ml meat, no bone) 20c 1ft Ham Shanks (to boil) 25c lb Beef and Veal Stew - 15c lb LIVER BRAINS CANTALOUPES GREEN SUGAR CORN YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU CAN BUY NO BETTER Cleanliness Quality Service PHONE TWO-SEVEN Farewells bring fervent promises of letters long and frequent. 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