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PALATKA n ta.Y XFJI'.S PAGE 5 .J CI AL N 0 TE.S AMD- RSONAL GOSSIP TELEPHONE MT-J "' - t. 1 Hightower. , , : id ' Browning : enter-j vnc libera of the Wegotem few other friends, yester on, at her home across the orr.phment ta Miss Sarah who is the charming guest A. Holms, at her homeln ka. 1 profusion of flowers ad t' rm of the Browning ' .t occasion. . The guests ,htful afiernoon, some l, othp'-s sewing,, both .nimp of merry con- tea 1 f " i . liss Browning banana salad, Jives and iced ernoon, as her : . j " ,s L. S. Barstow, . ,n, J. B. Darby, J. W. C. E. Ferrell,:. Ralph E. , Pearce, Louis Jarmon, w and S. S. Browning, and acilia Kan-m, Dorothy Mer ;;e tieed, Florence Smith, ..tower, Alice Everton, An- ot Jacksonville, and Ruth .. . ", i I'.ridgt Club Meeting fe. J. H. Haughton as hos- fhursday Bridge Club en- fekly game of pivot auction afternoon, at the hospita- ttn home om North Fourth tables were arranged on imfortable porch, which is itivo with its. many grow- Jty prizes, which were pot t bowls in pastel shades, fby Mrs. George E. Gay if. P. Merriam. The other e Mcsdames E. L. Mann, .rden, J. D. Points, E. W. Mies Laura Whiteside and p, Mrs. Haughton. , The joyed delicious peach Ice langel food cake after the plight at Woman's iy tients for the observance tit night have been com Frilay evening, at which rs of the congregation iends will assemble at the ub for a chicken supper oy a special program of speaking. ." is have been sent to about s, , but the committee is has overlooked some one, a blanket- invitation to members and friends to o have not yet notified fan of the invitation com fcj. Blaekwell, of their in be present, should do so jjrder that their names may h ' id Mrs. Donald McQueen, 1,013 McQueen will leave jjvarious points in North Khere they expect to spend kks. (Kenfnirt. of Interlachen. '.yy yesterday daughter, Mrs. C. Miss Helen Patterson of Madi son, Fla., is the guest of her cousin, Miss Clementine Perry on " North Fifth street. ' Mrs. R. F. Johnson and son, Ray mond, Miss Clementine Perry and Enid Dobson returned Tuesday from New Smyrna, where they have been visiting relatives. Miss Audrey Johns of Starke, will arrive the last of this week for a visit in Palatka, the guest of Miss Ella Woodruff. Pat Brunner will return to his home in Jacksonville today, after spending some time with his sister, Mrs. D. C. Townsend, at he horse in Orange Mills. Friends of Ms. Wafner T. Hamm are glad to see her in town again af ter an extended absence spent at St. Augustine Beach. H. R. Rich spent yesterday in High Spring's looking after business interests. . . r A. G. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. How ard Carmichael and three children, and Walter Harris will arrive Saturr day from their homes in Macdonald, Ga., to spend several days here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs, T. A. Woodruff at their home on .South Sixth street. The party will travel by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harris and sons are expected to return Sunday from Lake City where Mrs. Harris and the boys have been spending sev eral weeks with relatives. Mr. Harris joined his family there last Sunday. W. M. Blaekwell will return Mon day from a ten days' trip to Bennetts ville, S. C, and Marion, S. C. H. Buckley, of Florahome, spent yesterday here with his daughter, Mrs. George Mames, at her home on Carr street. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tilghman, Mrs. Cooke, and Miss Cooke, of Nashville, Miss Helen Tilghman and Mrs. Noah Tilghman returned yes terday from St. Augustine Beach, they, have ben spending some time at the Tilghman cottage. They will leave this morning for Silver Springs returning here tomorrow, and pro ceeding to the beach again. the city Sunday night. : - ' Miss Alice Winter, of Jacksonville is a guest of Miss Ruth Gillett. '" Mr. and. Mrs. Schumann and Mrs. Schumann's sister,' Mrs. Hgan, en joyed a very pleasant motor trip to Lake Como last Sunday. . ' . Mr. Aldrich Berkelmann and his little son, Irving, are now here for a brief visit at Mr. Berkelmann's old home, where bis small daughter, Gla dys, has been for some time a guest of her grandmother, Mrs. G. A. Berkelmann. . - . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker and children motored over from Sanford and spent Sunday at the DeTilla house, Mrs. Walker's girlhood home. Mr. Griffon .and son, Tony, depart ed Tuesday for ' Baltimore, and the Barrett cottage is now untenanted. Prof. Joseph Stock came home from Jacksonville to spend Sunday . with his family, returning again to .. the city early in the week. jaj in the city ft of his daufi-li S3" Jl Mrs. rs. t ee Zetrourer, who C'ly married in this city t sterday from a several at ixiirits in South Caro 'xpect to make their home bwn apartments in Mul- I'' Kj'lbcrt left yesterday for Itpeks visit with friends and J Miami and Daytona. K"adgworth, of Interlachen friends here yesterday. INTERLACHEN NEWS. Thursday, July 17, is to be marked on the calendar of the M. E. parson age as a great "red letter day" for it heralded the advent of a splendid man-child born to Rev. and Mrs. Caldwell.. These dearly loved young people are being showered with con gratulations on the happy event. Rev. S. B. Ross is absent this week, having been called to Palatka to de liver a series of sermons at the Union Mission in that city. He delivered in his own church here last Sunday morning, a masterly sermon, an arraignment against the liquor in interests which ' ' are striving to do away with the eighteenth amendment and a stirring admonition to all Christians and loyal citizens to stand by 1 the government and the enforce met of its laws. , Our tow has no more enthusiastic boosters than Mr. and Mrs. E. Nelson who grasp every opportunity to come down from Jacksonville for the week end at their pretty cottage here, and while here are busily engaged in making their place truly a "house beautiful". They came. last week, and they plan to come again for the 'ap proaching week-end. from Jacksonville to spend Sunday with her home people returning to AND THEATRE more in the seventh, "making the score 6-4 in favor of Palatka in. the last half of the seventh. In the eighth San Mateo tied it, 6-6. No runs in the 8th and Palatka failed to score in their half of the tenth, while San Mateo got one man across, two men on bases and none out when thpy tallied the winning run. The lineup was as follows: RETAILERS SAN MATEO Darby i 1st Knight Tenney c . Turner Merrill , A , If Browning McDonald '' 2nd S. Ferrell Fogg 3rd ! ' ' C. Fertsll Jarmon cf Bailey F. Cochrane s s 0. Ferrell Tilghman . p .Wilkinson Buck rf ', Solano P. Hanna, umpire. SAN MATEO. In the ball game Tuesday after noon, San Mateo vs. Palatka Retail-. ers, on the San Mateo diamond the score ran 7 to 6 infavor on San Ma-'! teo. The results were the same as in the game played sometime ago on the Palatka diamond. While most of , Palatka's runs were made on errnr3j of the San Mateo bunch over throw-' ing to bases, the game was inter-' esung tnrougnout. san Maieo took the lead with three runs in the. first, another in the third, and Palatka made three in the third and three Miss Olive Wrisrht, "and Mr. Grover Cleveland Turman were united in marriage last Thursday evening by Rev. Donald McQueen, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Palatka. Mrs. Turman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.. J. Wright. Mr. Turman is formerly from Live Oak and has made his home here for the past two years. The happy couple expect to make their home at the Bailey cottage. ,In the ball game Tuesday, Harry Knight while playing first base, in throwing ball to third, wrenched and threw one of his leg bones out of joint. He was rushed to Palatka and treated. Mrs. Horace Morgan, and children left for New York yesterday, where they will spend several months. Mr. Morgan will follow in about three weeks. Miss Lulu Bailey returned yester day from a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Clyde Usina. ,, Mayor Rowley went down into the lower end of Flagler county , on a land inspection trip. Alden Crosby will spend the week end with relatives ncre. Mrs. Sankey is at home once more after a few days spent in Atlanta. Mis? Bessie .Javne Turner and Mr. Edward Miller Hawkins were united in marriage on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Episcopal church in Palatka. Rev. J. Webber-Thompson performing the ceremony. Mrs. Haw kins is one of the most popular young ladies of San Mateo and is the daugh ter of Mrs. Lizzie Turner. Mr. Haw kins, is a civil engineer in the em ployment of the Southern Utilities at Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkns left yesterday for their future home at Miami. I . v $150 per week and commissions. Low priced Guaranteed Tires. Wolfe Tire Co., 74 Graham, Benton Har bor, Mich. July 21-lt FOR RENT Five-room flat ori N. Eleventh street, near Main. Phone 162-W. ' ' 6-22-tf Try Putnam Barber Knop for good service. 6-5-tf WANTED Salesman with car. Call on dealers with ' guaranteed tires. Salary and expenses; also ex tra commission. Crescent Tire and Rubber Company, Plymouth, India na. July 21-lt Putnam Barber Shop, Ladies and Children's hair cutting. 214 Lemon street. S. J. Denmark. 5-5-tf KRUMRINE'S QUICK LUNCH A Good Place to Eat "Let B. & B. DO IT." 8-9-t CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED Gentleman wishes room with rpfinnd nrivate family. Also de sires garage accomodations. Address X.Y.Z. care News. FOR RENT Six room upper apartment and garage, 413 Oak St., $35 per month. Apply 200 South Fourth St. 7-19-3t FOR SALE New six room bunga low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros. 7-14-tI Big Clearance Sale of Summer Millinery My prices are one-third to one half off,-and many of them are suitable for late fall wear. . - Come in if you need a hat. Both hats and prices are fright. Mrs. T. W. Tillman, Milliner If in Your Opinion ET V E L V "THE WORLD'S BEST FLOUR" ; is not the best Flour you ever used, I will gladly refund your money P.J. WANTED High class agent for Putnam county to distribute gas in tensifier which gives more mileage, power and service. U. and W. Ser vice, 55 E. 19th street, Jacksonville, Fla. July 21-3t FOR RENT Nicely furnished 3 room apartment with sink, and ac cess to bath. Call 501 Kirby street. 7-21-3t FOR RENT. Three unfurnished rooms, small family desired. Call at 815 Laurel street, evening after 6 7-21-3t Start the Little Fellow Right Blatchfords Chick Mash 25 lb. sack $1.60 ALL SORTS OF SEED IN SEASON Mann-Hodge Seed Co. Seed and Poultry Supplies Palatka, Fa. FOR SALE Good horse at a sac rifice price. Inquire at Prevatts store. 7-7-tf " 1 FOR RENT Two, three and five room apartments at Coronado Beach, New Smyrna, Florida. Address M. E. SAULNIER, New Smyrna. 7-1-26 "WANTED Salesman " with car. Cannon's Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) Worangesr drink frflRAMGE 7 Special Today Cash Only Best Creamery Butter, 1 lb. prints 50c Lb. Veal Stew, Lamb Stew, Spare Ribs 25c lb. Beef Roasts, Beef Stew, Victory Steak . . . . 20c lb. Minced Ham, Boiled Ham, Bologna, Franks, Pimentoes, Pimento Cheese, Sweet Mixed Pickles, Tomatoes, Cantaloupes, Avocados, Egg Plant. YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU CAN BUY NO BETTER Quality Cleanliness Service PHONE TWO-SEVEN Manucy TODAY lAINE HAMMERSTEIN in jFhe r.Iiracle of Manhatten" Ii!S!uis.lif d novel photoplay, and is interesting from start to finish. Added Attraction ermiiertal Newt and "No Monkey Business" I Comedy TOMORROW atherine MacDonald 11.2 Beauty . Market" .Also - ry Heiress" Comedy Have You Tried Our Bread? If you have not, try it and see for your self how good it is. Hot rolls from n a. m. to 7 p. m. daily! ' Sanitary Bakery Palatka's New and Best Bakery 710 LEMON STREET V -CRUSH Quality and deliciousnesa have made Ward's Orange Crush, Lemon -Crush and Lime-Crush the largest sell ing carbonated fruit drinks in the world. Jnbottlts or at fountain Bottled by U fALATKA COCA-COLA ( i COMPANY Have Your Grating and Packing Done by experienced Packers. Phone 39 or call at corner 7th and Lemon. Gomes & Kellum NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE CORNER SEVENTH AND LEMONS STREETS Chicken and Pig Barbecued Dinner AT COUNTRY CLUB Thursday, July 21, 6 to 9 P.M. INCLUDED IN THE MENU ARE: Chicken and Pig Barbecue, Home Made Cakes, Pies, Brunswick Stew, Pickles, Olives, Coffee and Cold Drinks, Etc, Dance From 9 to 12, Music by Putnam Orchestra FOR CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS J