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Saturday Morning, July Q, IQ2Z.
PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGES SO CI A L NOT E S . ADD ' PERSONAL GOSSIP TELBPHONID 167 -J Sing Tonight The sing which ha been twice postponed on account of inclement weather will be held tonight on the court house lawn, weather' permit ting. This will probably be the last sing at which Mr. Teeters will be presoat, as he is leaving sometime in the near future for another location. : The sing tonight will be conducted by J. E. Johnson. It will . begin promptly at 8:15 and will only last a short time, and will not interfere with any shopping which may be planned. Among -the speical features will be a male quartette, which will render several selections. - Thilathea's Picnic at Silver Lake. ' The Philathea Class of the Bap tist church had a delightful picnic " at Silver Lake Thursday afternoon, which was given by one of the two teams of the class as a result of a recent membership drive. There were about sixty five of the young ladies of the class who enjoyed a splash in the lake and a delicious picnic lun cheon afterward, finishing . up with ice cold watermelon. The crowd re turned to Palatka at a late hour that enening. Mr. H. 0. Hamm is teacher of the class andhe and Mrs Hamm chap eroned the party.' Bishop Weed to Confirm Class. . Bishop ELG. Weed will arrive in Palatka this afternoon and will con firm a large class at St. Marks Epis copal Church tomorrow morning, "at . the eleven o'clock service. Bishop ! Weed will also deliver the morning sermon.- ; ! While iii Palatka he will be the! ' guest of Rev. J. H. Webber-Thomp-! sno, rector of St. Marks. j Volusia Masked Men Engage in Another Foray on a Citizen I (Br Aawclated Proa) I -Daytona. July 8. Volusia county Dr. T. Raymond Beggs will leave authorities are investigating the -Sethis afternoon for Crescent City, .tiong 0( a party 0f masked men who where he will join Mrs. Beggs andlate Wednesday night, went ot the little daughter, Muriel Margaret, in j home of a man mmei Smith at New a visit to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tilling- j Smyrna near here and in the absence hast. Dr. and Mrs. Beggs made of Smith demanded that his wife de their home in Crescent City for sev-,iiver j0 tj,em her young adopted eral years Before coming to Palatka daughter. ' . to live- When the woman refused she was Mr., and Mrs. T. J. Barnett and 'struck in the mouth by one of the Miss Evelyn Barnett have returned j men and painfully injured. Smith from a stay of some length in Wash ington, D. C. Mrs- J. D. Points and daughters, appeared about this time and the men fled in three automobiles. Sev eral of them are said to have been Misses Fanny arid Jessie Points, ex- j identified, pect to leave Friday, July the fif- According to the police one of the teeUh, for Lincolnton, N. C, where Pty believed to have been the they will spend a portion of the . 8lrl s Drotner, summer with relatives. Miss Nell Bond has returned from a several days' stay at Daytona Beach, where she was the guest of friends. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m. . Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morning subject: "Unsearchable Riches." Miss Eleanor Allen has returned Evening subject: "A Man's Real to her. home in Jacksonville, after , Worth."' a pleasant stay in the city as the j Christian EndavoT society at 7 guist of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Currie, p. m. ' at her home on Npih Third street. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8 Mrs. Frank Ingram and Mrs- p. m. Maurice Fisher and little son, Billy,! You are cordially invited to wor have returned to their homes in Pa-( ship with us at all of these services, latka, after enjoying an extended ; Rummage"ia . Hay at Daytona Beach. I The members of Red wing Coun. Clyde LaMec, of Jacksonville, cil win hold a rummage sale tonight will arrive today for a short stay on upper Lemon street in the Miller friends. 'buildine. All friends and members Cromwell Anderson has returned ho wjH donate any rummage are from a short stay with friends in reqUested to send it to Mrs. Wigg or Gainesville. telephone her at her residence. The A. U. Johnson has returned irom Dh0ne is 309 a business trip and is spending a few days here with his family. Miss Mary Belle Lane, of aJckson REV. SAVELL IN CHARGE OF BIBLE WORKATDELAND reported, to the police since January 1.- CLASSIFIED ADS FOR JRENT Five-room flat on N. Eleventh . street, near Main. Phone 162-W. 6-22-tf According to a letter received from Rev. J. F. Savell, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Palatka the convention of the Baptist Young Peo ple's Union now in session at De Land is a great success. Mr. Saved is in charge of . the Bible section manual, and says that there are twenty-three classes in this.. Over six hundred delegates to the convention are. in attendance, it be ing the annual gathering of the B. Y. P. U. forcible study and other subjects pertaining to christian work, Besides devotional services there are musicals and lectures. Mr. Savell will come to Palatka to fill his pulpit Sunday and return to DeLand Monday to finish the work at the convention. - WANTED TO BUY Suitable lot for building residence. Must face eittier east or south. Will pay cash. Address Box 613 Palatka. 7-9-3t Try Putnam Barber Snop for good service. 5-5-tf . Mrs. Clyde Coxe and cousin, Miss Nellie May Douglas, of Palatka spent yesterday - in Jacksonville en rout? to 'Atlantic City, where they will spend a couple of months, the guests of Mrs. C. M- Poole. On their return south, they will be the guests of Mrs. W. R. Ritter for a short time before going to iheir home in Pa latka. Times-Union. J. Jjt. Fowler and family spent the' Fourth at Daytona Beach. Mr. Fowler and sons drove home several Buick carsfrpm Palatka, to which point he has the cars shipped and then drives them to Gainesville, thus saving a considerable in freight charges, on account of the Gem City having a low freight rate on ac count of water transportation The Gainesville News. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Anderson, Mr- ville. and Mrs. D. V. Loop, Miss Winifred Mrs. F. D. Ackeruian, Mrs. E. Browning and Clyde LaMee, of Jack-,W- Elliott and Miss Mary Grey, of sonville, will spend the week-end with Jacksonville, left Palatka early yes friends in Welaka. They will enjoy terday morning1 for St. jAugustine a boat trip up the Oklawaha on Sm- Beach, where they will spend some day. itime in the Ackerman cottage. Mrs- J. F. Blake and sons, Fre-1 Miss Pearl Adams, of Hastings, omtn and Wilmer, have returned from is a visitor in Palatka for several a week's stay at Daytona Beach. idays. George Currie will be among the j Dr. W- S. Miller returned to Pa Palatka boys attending the Citizens j latka last night after an automobile Camp, at Camp Jackson, Columbia, trip through. West Florida and S. C. He will be present when camp 'points in South Georgia, 'of several opens, July the fifteenth. I days duration. Mrs. E. A. Backman is expected ; . . to return Sunday from Lake Weir, where she has been the guest of Mrs. Spurlin for a week, Mrs. Mary F. Benet left yester day for Crescent Beach, where she will spend a portion of the summer She was joined in St. Augustine by her sin-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lane and their daughter, MONUMENT FUND First donations have already been received in the drive to secure the sum of five hundred dollars for the I base for the bronze tablet which is j to contain the names of all of Put- j nam county's dead of the World War. iThe drive was Btarted yesterday af ternoon and it is hoped that by the I latter part of next week the fund will j be subscribed in full. The names of donors will be pub lished from time to time. I Yesterday's list includes the fol- I lowing twenty names, each subscrib ing one dollar: Walter Hilliard, Dr. E. W. Warren, John Motes, J. H. Haughton, J. K. Culbreth, Prof- W. H. Cassels, J.' G. Spearman, H. G. Petty, E. Hubbard, Rev. Donald McQueen, Dr. F. E. Jenkins", G. M. Guerry, J. deNazarie, Mrs. J- deNazarie, F. D. Wattles, B. Goraieb, S. S. Browning, S- J. Hil burn, E. M. Earnest, Dr. J. W. Dar-sey. JAX POLICE LOOKING FOR BLACK JEWELRY THIEF (1)7 AaweiRled Pre) Jacksonville, July 8. The local po lice are searching for an unidenti fied negro girl who disappeared with jewlery valued at $1,000 from the home of Mrs. S. C. Till Thursday. The negress applied for work as a do mestic and an hour later departed. It was the third case of its kind GRAND THEATRE TODAY HAROLD GOODWIN The New Fox Star in OLIVER TWIST, JR. The story is adapted from the' book of the same - name by Charles Dickens. Added Attraction A Sunshine Comedy, "Who's Who" MONDAY KATHERINE McDONALD in "The Thunderbolt" AND A FINE COMEDY Attractive Mid-Summer Millinery At Attractive Prices Let us make you an Organdy Hat Pretty ones Tat $6.00 each Hemstitching and Picoting Cotton 10c; Silk 12 l-2c yard MRS. TILL MAN Have You Tried Our Bread? 5S. If you have not, try it and see for your self how good it is. Hot rolls from II a. m. to 7 p. m. daily. Sanitary Bakery Palatka's New and Best Bakery 710 LEMON STREET KEEP COOL This hot weather ELECTRIC BREEZES BLOW AT WILL with a G-E Electric Fan WE HAVE THEM FOR SALE Porto Rico potato vines. Two dollars per thousand, f. o. b. cars or at farm. Farm is two miles North of Bostwick on hard road. G. R. Smith, Bostwick, Fla. July 8-3t FOR SALE Fine milk cow, also one mule. Apply C. B. Carter, East Palatka, Fla. July 8-2t. WANTED Permanent position: as salesman or bookkeeper by an exper ienced and reilable man. Addres P. O. Box 171. July 8-2t. FOR SALE-Two cylinder Palmer engine, equipped for duty for self sheaf. Apply C. A. Ames Mcahine Shop. 7-8-3t FOR SALE Good horse at a sac rifice price. Inquire at Prevatts store. " 7-7-tf "FOR-SALE Fine Holstein cow. Guaranteed for five- gallons. C. W. Johnson, Box 216, Hastings. 6-7-3t WANTED Painting, paper hang ing and decorating by day or con tract By .expert mechanic. Reason able. Gronros, 508' Reid St. 7-7-3t ROOMS FOR RENT Nicely fur nished rooms in good location of city. Phone 113, or apply at 419 Emmett street. 6-7-3t . Putnam Barber Shop. Ladies' and Children' hair catting. 214 Lemon street S. J. Denmark. ' 5-5-tf FOR SALE Dodge roadster, 1919 model. Five good tires, motor in first class codition, new top. Inquire at DODGE BROS. GARAGE. 7-5-6t FOR SALE Dark oak buffet, din ing table, three chairs. A bird's-eye maple dresser and chiffonier,- sewing machine, twin beds in ivory finish, complete; medicine cabinet; ice box; three burner Wickless oil stove, and glass door oven; Ford Coupe thoroughly overhauled and painted, for $250.00, Other odds and ends in house furnishings. Reason for sell ing leaving city. Apply Brown Apart ments, No. 1, Mullholland Park. 77-6t - fir . ft iPtOjf Cannon's Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) FOR -RENT Four unfurnished rooms. Apply 208 N. Fifth St. 7-6-6t FOR RENT Unfurnished five room apartment, with bath and large sleeping porch. Apply to Mr. Buky for key, 421 Lemon St. 7-2-tf FOR RENT Two, three and five room apartments at Coronado Beach, New Smyrna, Florida. Address M. E. SAULNIER, New Smyrna. 7-1-26 Special Today Cash Only Best Creamery Butter, 1 lb. prints. . . .". . 45c Lb. Beef Roasts 20c, 25c lb. Steak 25c, 30c lb. Pork Chops 30c lb Pork Roasts 25c, 30c lb. Victory Steak(all meat no bone 20c Lb. Fancy Fowl and Fryers (Dressed to oraer) Western Beef, Spring Lamb, Pig Pork, Baby Veal, Spring Turnip Greens, Lettuce, Celery, Okra, Peppers, Pineapple, Cantaloupes YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU CAN BUY NO BETTER Quality Cleanliness Service PHONE TWO-SEVEN One Year Ago Today A 100 lb. Sack of Sugar Cost $30.00 But, Today We Will Sell 100 Pounds of Sugar and All of the Following Articles for $30.00 - 1 quart of Vinegar 2 bottles Sweet Pickles 4 jars Sausage 1 bottle Sun Beam Mayonnaise 4 packages Uneedas 2 cans Mustard 2 cans Pepper 5 cans Rice 5 cans Beans 6 cans Tomatoes 2 packages Corn Flakes 2 packages Oat Meal 2 packages Sun Beam Coffee 4 cans Campbells Pork & Beans I pound of Butter 10 bars of Soap 48 pounds of best Flour 5 cans of Salmon 2 pounds of Tea 3 cans of Prunes 2 cans of Peaches 2 cans of Apricots ' 6 cans of Peas 3 cans of Pineapple . 3 packages Macarona 3 bottles Ginger Ale 2 packages Pan Cake Flour 2 bottles Vanilla Extract 1 bottle Lemon Extract 1 package of Matches Come and take advantage of this unusual bargain Economy Grocery Co. Two Phones 35-36 Spencer Electric Co. 202 Lemon St - Phone 338