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Morning, July 16; 1921. PALATKA daily news - PAGES 3 O C I A L NOT E S . AND PERSONAL GOSSIP TELEPHONE) OT-J . and Mrs. S. T. Tolbert and ss Pratt, of Miami, will be in 1 for a short time early next in route to their home after ral weeks' stay at Crescent MiBft Edith Yelvertoii, of this ill return, to her home here at a. George E. Welch, who, with nogen F Collins, is' travelling upe, this . summer, has writ ids here from points in France a most deilghtful and in tg, time. She and Mrs. Collins ft Paris 'when the messages ritten. '' ige J. B. Gaines, of Tallahas H arrive In Palatka this even r a several days!, stay with -in-law and daughter, Mr. and obde M, Guerry. Mrs. Gaines with her daughter for a long- ";;' !.;)' ' 8. L. H. Black left yesterday r home in Jacksonville, after ig some , time here1 as the f her parents, Sheriff and Mrs Hagan. f . : and Mrs. J. J. Sutherland tie daughter returned yester cernoon from a several weeks' ; Newman, Ga., and at Ashe- a. S. S. Browning, Miss Wini rowning, Miss Margaret Aii- end Miss Anna Moore, Jack i,i will leave today for Day each, where they will enjoy a several days. W. Houston ; left yesterday ousinejss -stay of several days ord, a " ; h.. L. Norsworthy and augl'er; Irene will leave Sun- their home in Leesburg after ig several weeks here as the o Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Yelvor- ;s. - J.. L. j Sheppard, Jr., lft ay ' afternoon for her former in Cincinnati. Mrs. Sheppari end several weeks there as !st of fujfinds and relatives.. i and Mrs. v I. .'. Glass, of 'ark, are spending a few days i the guests of Mr. nad Mrs. Woodruff, ' at their home oft xth street. '.r Sarah. Bard spent yester- Xlarrawayi; ; . s. D. H. Allen, of Hastings; long shoppers in the Gem City, ay. Hie Brown was representing I Point here,-yesterday. ink jChristy, who has been located in Palatka for some time, left Thursday for New York, from which city he will go to his home in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Elliott, Mrs. W. H. Hoyt and Mrs. John H. Ran dolph are spending a fewdays at the Ackerman cottage at St. Augustine Beach. ' " , . Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Barnett are expected to return today from a trip down the Florida east coast. 1 -i-Mrs. J. H. Yelverton and daugit ter, Frances,: will leave the first of the coming week for the mountains of . North Carolina, where they will spend several weeks. Miss Helen Zart left yesterday for Jacksonville, where she will spend some time with relatives and friends. Wv M. Black well left yesterday for Bennettsville, S. C, where he will spend some time Jjefore continuing to his home at Marion, S. C, where he will visit his parents. He will be gone about ten days. , B. C. Pearce is spending a few days in Jacksonville. Miss Effie Patillo left yesterday for her home in Port Orange, Fla., after spending some time here as the guest of Mrs. W. B. Crane. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kirkman left Thursday for Jacksonville, from which city Mrs. Kirkman continued to Danville, Va., where he . will spend some time with relatives. Mr. Kirk man attended the big "get-together" meeting of American Legion men, there. . John Allison, of Leesburg, is spending a few days in Palatka, the guest 'of friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Calhoun and children left yesterday for Summer Haven, where they will spend ' some weeks. Miss Lucia Weir and Horace Weir arrived yesterday " from their home in Carrolton, Ga., for a stay in the city as the guests of Mrs. Florence Stelts, at her home on North Third street. R. J. Sales, Miss Daisy Pa'ule and Miss Elizabeth Copp, of Tampa, will be the Week-end guests at the Coun try Club, visiting Mr. Sales daugh ter, Miss Ruhsabelle.'and Mr. and Mrs J. E. . Johnson. ,iiV. WILLIAMS CHAMPION SHOT ' ( (By Awmclnted Pwui ) Jacksonville, July 15. George Wil liams of Miami won the state ama tuer trap shooting championship here today at the traps of the Duval gun club. RAND THEATRE TODAY Enid Bennett in "SILK HOSIERY" iutifully staged and a play that you'll remember I ,, ' , ;jk Added Attraction He Looks Like Him," Comedy !:: . MONDAY ' (CHARLIE CHAPLIN in he Kid" cm !i account of the demand for Safety Deposit Boxes have installed more for, the fifty enefirof our customers. Call arid inspect them. IjTNAM NATIONAL BANK ' 1 e Palatka, Fla. P. C'CHAVER LEASES, AUTO FlEtr TO TJJACH SCIENCE , The automobile service station' and garage of P. C.0'Haver . was, sold last week to H. V. Horton, a young man who has hada great deal of experience along these lines and who has had charge of Mr. O'Haver's place during his recent illness. , Mr. Horton expects to do business under the name of the Commercial Ga rage. , ' .. . . ' ' Mr. O'Haver is leaving the auto mobile world and expects. 'to enter upon the duties 'of a teacher of sci ence in the Mellon high school- this next term. He is excellently fitted for .such a responsible position. . He is a graduate of Sutherland College, of DePauw ' University and 'of the University of Florida.. He received the degree of- Bachelor of Arts at DePauw, which is located itf Indiana. From the University of Florida he received a master's, degree. ' Since that time he has taken a special two year course at the Teachers' College, which is a special school of the Uni versity of Tlorida for the training of teachers., Before Mr. O'Haver lost his health he had held the position of principal of several large 'schools very satis factorily. The local school board feels sure that he will prove just the man they have been seeking to in struct high school science.. DOWLING IS RELEASED (By Aaioclnted Preiu) St. Petersburg, July 15. Rrank P. Dowling held in connection with the death of Mrs. Nancy S. Lockwood was exonerated of blame by a cor oner's jury tonight. Mrs. Lockwood died of injuries received when she DARKNESS LEAVES ETAILERS AND WHOLESALERS AT A TIE Darkness prevented adeeision in the game between the Wholesalers and Retailers ' yesterday afternoon, the -score being 1 to 1 at the end of the eighth. Louis Jarmon, moonfixer, was carrying a lantern, but the wick need trimming - and it was decided to postpone the game" until Armis. tice Day when everybody will be lit up. . , "Tight pitching of Buck?," b the way f the Retailers described' their success in holding .the Wholesalers, although Mr. Buck is known never to be tight. Mr. M. Bogue was the only Wholesaler to get a safe blow off Mr. Guck and' it rolled for two bases. Following is the way the boys want their names in .the paper: WHOLESALERS Kummer Fogg Jarmon M. Bogue Cowan McClaren J. Bogue . Currie Bennett c -P 1st 2nd 3rd ss rf cf If RETAILERS Tenney Buck Darby McDonald Gibbons F. Cochrane , Riles Keller J. Tilghman PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH . Sabbath school ,at 9:45, a. m. .' Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p.m. Morning subject: "The Throne of Grace." Evening subject: "The True Chris tian Life." Christian Endeavor at 7 a. m. You are cordially invited to wor ship with us at all services. was knocked down by Dowling's au. tomobile. The jury ruled that the ac cident was unavaoidable. T Greystone Hotel European Plan ' (In Van Valzah Block) , . " ... . Large airy-"rooms near beach. Rooms $1.00 and up. Special weekly and party rates. Cafe Meals 50 cents. ' Mrs. J. I. Custer, Prop. ; Phone No. 2 Daytona Beach, Fla. Special for Saturday Lemon Meringue Pie Regular Price 30c Special Saturday only Have you tried 25c Aunt Betty Bread Every loaf is good Palatka Baking Co. Palatka, Florida ROWE SHERIFF OF BAKER s (B7 Auotatr4 rma) TAllflhp.!tRM. .Tnlv 1 R.T. A. Rowfl of Mcclenny, has been . appointed sheriff of Baker county by Gov, Har dee, to succeed D. V. Selph, resigned GRAND THEATRE TODAY - A desperate struggle staged in "Silk Hosiery", Enid Bennett's latest starring vehicle which will be shown at the Grand today, is on man-toman combat, but a contest of angry wo men, with hairpins flying,' and a gleaming dagger flashing in the dim lioght. . ,. . Miss Bennett, as Marjorie Bowen, a modiste's model, finds' a jewel and a letter that she has been sent to ob-, tain, in the possession of an unscru pulous woman, and she battles effec tively for their possession. Her antagonist, Marie Pavis, well- known emotional, actress, is Miss Ben nett's equal in size and strength, so that both nursed scratches and bruis es for several days afterwards.. Their gowns were badly torn and , there were enormous qasuajtiies in hair pins. Director Niblo sighed in relief when the scene "was, completed.' "You neven can tell what a woman will do with a dagger," he remarked wise ly, but from the resultant wounds it would appear that fingernails did more damage than the flashing steel. The picture is a delightful one and presents Enid Bennett in an unusu ally novel role. It is thrilling and -there" is much enjoyable comedy. ' Sydenham Reliable Family Remedies No. 1 SYD7NHAM Uric-Acid Sol- vant; Rheumatic, Liver, Bowel and Kidney Remedy. $1.00. No. 2 SYDENHAM, the great Head ache Remedy, 50 cents. No. 3 SYDENHAM Greatest, for Heart, Nerves and Blood, 50 cents. Post Paid : Free answers to all inquiries about cases. Dr. Soper, for SLDENHAM Co., New York City, tnd Palatka, Fla., P. O. Box 463 O-NE-ON-TA i . . - . 320 South Ocean Front , y DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA Rooms and Board - First Class Meals Shore Dinners a Specialty MRS. C. H, NUTTING, Proprietress Phone 388 , . f : 4 P- Box 314 Cannon's Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) Special Today Cash Only Best Creamery Butter, 1 lb. prints . . 45c Lb.' Spare Ribs .... 25elb. Veal Stew, Lamb Stew. ' 30c lb. Beef Roasts, Beef Stew 20c lb. Beef Liver, Calf Liver, Boiled Ham, Minced Ham, Bologna, Pickled Pigs Feet. YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU CAN BUY NO BETTER Quality Cleanliness Service PHONE TWO-SEVEN 2 lbs. Sugar Free With Orders of $3.00 or more The Sapperia Extra Good Cheese JCp pound - - OL JCfk Kingans Box Bacon C (n d m jut 5c Sugar 3 lbs. 25c 14 lbs. $1.00 Clover Bloom But- A Cp ter per pound - fTDL Oleo Butter per pound Maxwell House Cof- 'ICp fee, pound - - ODL pound CARRYALL BAGS EACH - Silver Key Milk, evaporated small, 20 for :v$i.oo 5 gallons Oil 85c Silver Key Milk, evaporated large, 10 for $1.00 Corn Flakes, 2 for 25c Poast Toastes, 2 for 25c Grape Nuts, 2 for 35c Oat Meal, 2 for 25c Shreaded Wheat, 3 for 50c Macaroni, 3 for 25c All 10c Cigaretts 9c All 20c Cigaretts 18c All Chewing Tobacco per ct 9c All Smoking Tobacco 9c P, A. Tobacco 14c Matches ............ 9c Cream, large, 8 cans $1.00 Cream, small, 16 cans $1.00 Dime Milk 15c Durkee Salad Dressing small size 14c large size 33c Premier Salad Dressing small size 18c large size 40c Pineapple, grated 25c No. 3 Calif Apricots .25c No. 3 Bartlett Pears 40c Armour Cleanser, 2 for 15c Armour W. Powder, 7 for....25c Oct. W. Powder, 12 for........ 55c Oct. Soap, small, 12 for 55c All 10c Soap 8c P. O. Soap, 3 for 25c Argo Starch, 3 for 25c Export Soap, 12 for ..............45c Aunt Nancy Soap, 2 for 15c Sani-Flush 23c Ammonia . 23c White Karo, ix2 10c 5 gal oil cans $1.00 1 gal oil cans - 35c Snowdrift, 4 lbs 65c Snowdrift, 8 lbs $1.25 Cottaline, 4 lbs 65c Cottaline, 8 lbs. ,....$1.25 Toilet Paper, 3 for 25c , No. 3 Calif Peaches, 3 for $1.00 No. 1 Calif Peaches, 2 for 35c No. 2 Calif Sc. Pineapple..-35c THE SAPPERIA W. F. SAPP, PROPRIETOS Corner 7th and Lermfa Sts. Palatka, Florida 3- .