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jj&iy Morninzl July 30. 1921.
r- PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGE 5: NOTES . AMD J ERSON AL GOSSIP TMI.HPHONB MT-J 5 --fining Hoatesi to'' Club. jjrkbers of th Wegotem Club '"Nsterday . afternoon as the $rfrs. James Browning, at on Kirby street Mrs. entertained her guests on peened porch, . which was jj. One table had been ar I,' cards, so that those who Imight play bridge, but the Jt the girls employed their i A th dainty sewing, while I y heir weekly i "get-together" llad, saltines and grape E enjoyed by those, present close of the -afternoon. nine's guests were: Mes- s Jarmon. P. V". Loop, J. R. E. Macdonald, C. W. )ItaE:sster Bush,; L- S. Barstow, (f Winifred Browning, Aloe U'ho Dorothy Merriam, ,. Irene I Mildred Williams, FIo- )Verr;l), and .Birdie Reett. few days here with little Betty Merrill. Mrs. Merrill will remain, in Jacksonville for some time' yet, but the rest of the party have returned to Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cochrane and Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Loop will be among Palatkans motoring to St. Augustine . Beach, Sunday ' afternoon. C Mr. and Mrs. George ' McRey nofds, who have been spending a few days here with Mrs. McReynolds' pa rents, Colonel and Mrs. S. J. Hil- burn, motored to Daytona for the day, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Mc Reynolds, who will be in Palatka now until Sunday afternoon, expect to make -their future home in Daytona, I of much interest to mem i very young social set is IlSptty party, to be given Mon Crescent City Is j Shocked at Death Of Dr. Scofield Crescent City, July 29 (Special) This town is in mourning today because of the death of its most dis tinguished and test loved citizen the Rev. Dr. C. I. Scofield. Dr. Scofield's death occurred on Sunday last, July 24th, at his sum mer home, "Grayshingles," Douglas ton, L. I., N. Y., and was due to a general breakdown. He was .78 jears of age. Dr. Scofield served ir. the Confed-j rate army as an officer, and tor a time was on the staff of General Robert E. Lee. He was admitted to the bar in 1869, and for a time there after served as United States Dis trict attorney in Kansas. It was in 1879 that, to use his own words, he and have secured an apartment there, j was "converted to the Christian reli- Friends of Mrs. C. E. Anderson gion," three years later receiving his will be sorry to know that she is ill, , ordination as a minister of the South at her home on North Third street, j em Presbyterian church. From then and will hope for her early recovery. ! until 1895 he served as pastor of the in the religious world as the editor of the Scofield Reference Bible, and uthor of many, religious works, among , the best , known being "The Doctrine of the Holy , Spirit," and "Rightly -Dividing the Word of Truth." He was also the founder and secretary of the Central Ameri can Mission. For the past ten years or more Dr. Scofield has had a. winter home at Crescent City, where he was presi dent of the Southfielc? Bible Conference Association, and where, during the annual institutes he delivered daily lectures. He loved Crescent City and its people loved him.'-' First church, Dallas, Texas, leaving that church to take charge of the Moody church at Northfield, Mass. Dr. Scofield returned to Dallas again for four years. He has lec tured extensively in this country and Miss Dorothy Rowley, of San Mateo, spent yesterday here as the guest of her sister, Mrs. James V '11 j"1'-' ' Browning, at her home on Kirby I Sixth Birthday. ' Mrs. F. C. Cochrane is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Brannan Ward, at Europe," but is possibly best known her home in Southbritltre. Ga. Mrs. on by little Miss Marie . Cochrane will be awav about two X dainty small . daughter of month, Jttra.' J. A. Ginn. Marie's ) tllje been invited for the hours 1 to 6:00 o'clock. Monday CURFEW LAW , IN TAMPA (By Associated Tampa, July 29. A curfew ordi nance, providing that all children un der the age of 17 must keep off the streets unless cacompanied by a re lative over that age,' : between the hours of 11 p. m. and 6 a. m., has been placed on first reading by the city commissioners and its passage is ex pected soon. ' Violators of the ordinance would be hailed before the juvenile court un der the terms of the measure. f sixth birthday of this lit- )lan;Jn Her Club. ' Ithorine Johnson will en- f hl&niembers of the D. A. M. i home on North Third fesday afternoon, ' at four accordance with .the plea (n .of . the organization, the ivill be spent in sewing. ul . Mrs. Lester Bush and )Edward 'Lester &ush, will 1 early train Sunday morn ' (quit, Gal,' .where they wil nral weeks , as the guests y motoring to Jacksonville (tfrom Palatka,- was comr trs.1 J.' H. Haughton, Mrs. jfert-ill, Mrs. M. B. Coch 5Nell R.: Varnes, Miss J3et- and' Miss Irene Collier. months. J. L. Bunting has returned to his home in Madison, after spending several days here as the guest of Mr. jBillie. . J. C. McCoy spent Thursday in 'Jacksonville on business. I -Judge A. V. Long left on Thurs- day for New York where he will spend a few days. . W. A. Runell motored here ac- and Mrs. H. M. Fearnside. TWVa TT R Rnaphrn on1 fwn of. tractive children are the guests of ; cm ?ad h Mr' ' F- Tl"nghast relatives and friends in Nashville, Mim Tillinghast, and Mrs. Rich and Tenn. They will not return to Florida ughter, of Gatesburg, 111., who are 'until sometime in October. . j spending some weeks at Crescent -S. W.Allen, of Bunnell, is.spend-iy. fests of MrV ?"d Mrs- B- F- ing several days in Palatka as ther.T. guest of his son-in-law and daughter, ' Misses Grac eand Dorothy Bur- t . -. 4 r:i.. i j l Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Currie. ilun' v "uiureu . -Miss Selma Miller, who has been yesterday Wlth Mr- Gordon Doss; an attractive visitor in Palatka for Mrs. Randolph Appointed several weeks, expects to return with- Officer State Auxiliary. m a few days to her home in fcJkton. Mrs. J. H. Randolph has been ap- Miss Clarice Newton left yester- pointed vice-president of the Wo- day for Jacksonville, where she will man's Auxiliary of the American spend some time. . Legion of the- Florida division for Miss Mable Lew Sweat of Green the unexpired term, according to a Cove Springs is visiting her cousin, 'communication received here yester- ,Mrs. Hayward G. Pert, for a few day. Mrs. Randolph has been an ac- days. : tive member Jo the local auxiliary and ' Mr. and Mrs. Perry G. Williams the appointment to state office is in returned fudm High Springs where ! recognition of her services and fit election in Ward 8, shall be at Mer wins Store. - That the place for holding said election in Ward 9, shall be at Ma nucys Store. That C. Merwin and E. R. Conway are hereby appointed as Inspectors and T. B. Dowda is hereby appointed as Clerk for the polling place in said Ward 8. That P. J. Manucy and H. M. Moody are hereby appointed as Inspectors, and F. B. Price is hereby appointed as Clerk for the polling place in Ward 9. That the polls at the polling places in said Wards shall open at 10 o' clock A. M., and close at 4 o'clock, P. M., on said date. WITNESS the hand of the Mayor of the City of Palatka, this 26th day of July, A. D., 1921. Henry M. Fearnside, Mayr of the City of Palatka. or complaint and making corrections in the listing, valuations of property, real or personal, or otherwise, in the said assessment roll. And notice is hereby given that ac oesg may be had to th said assess ment roll at the office of the Asses sor in said City of Palatka during each day, (Sunday excepted) from 9 o'clock A. M. t 12 o'clock M., and from 2 o'clock P. M. until 4 o'clock P. M., from the date hereof until and including the said 2nd day of . Au gust, ' 1921, for the purpose of ex amining said assessment rll and pre paring petitions or complaints WITNESS my hand and seal of the City of Palatka, this 23rd day of. July, A. D., 1921. - CHAS. BURT, !' City Clerk, Palatka. Fla. Mathews & Allen Machinists, Engineers and Blacksmiths Let us do your Marine Work. We are experienced in this line, from the smallest of marine engines to thosee driving our 12,000 ton sea-going ves sels. Marine ways in connection with shop. Remember our location. Gibson BIdg. 330 River St. NOTICE To all Persons Desirous of Having Any Corrections Made in the As sessment Roll of the City of Pa latka, for the Year 1921. NAMES PARK COMMISSIONERS President Dineen," ' of the City Council, has announced the names of the following members of the City Council to act as a board of Park Commissioners. L. A. Smith, chair man; B. I. Gay and B. C. Pearce. This committee was appointed to arrange for the improvements, clean ing and preparing of the recently ac quired Burt property in making of it a first class city park and play ground for the- city's young and old. These genetlemen are all progressive citi zens and will no doubt spend a great deal of time in planning the work to be done on the city's new park. Collier's home is in Jack-1 they were called on account of the j ness for the office. Sd she has been spending death of Mr. Williams'' brother, ! - -- - - PROCLAMATION CALLING ELEC TION IN WARD 8 AND WARD 9 OF THE CITY OF PALATKA, FLORIDA. ' An election is hereby called to be held in Ward 8 ar.d Ward 9 of the City f Palatka, as defined by Chap ter 9045 of the Laws of te State of Florida, Acts of 1921, for the purpose of electing two Aldermen from each of said Wards, to the City Council of the City f Palatka;. ,, that said election shall be held oft the 9th day of August, .A.'. 'D., '192l,1Uking- the hours' prescribed by law. ' That t'Je n'ace for holding said All persons interested wh are de sirous of having any corrections made in the assessment roll of the City ' of Palatka, for the taxes of 1921, whether in the listing, valua tions of property, real or personal, or otherwise, are required to file with the Clerk of the Council of the City of Palatka, on r before the next regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Palatka, to be held af 8 o'clock P. M. on Tuesday, 1 2d day of August, A. D., 1921, their petition or petitions, complaint or jcomptaints( addressed tjo the City Council, in writing, setting forth specifically their objections to said 'assessment, and the corrections de sired to be made I j That the said City Council will1 ;meet at the time afresaid at the ICity Hall in the City of Palatka, fori .the purpose of hearing such petitions i Milk Prices Reduced Effective August 1st, I will reduce the price of milk delivered, to the following-prices : Quarts 15c Pints, 8c The government recently inspected my dairy herd and found them to be 100 per cent, perfect This dairy has a concrete floor, is thoroughly screened; and milk is delivered to patrons is the most sanitary manner. DEAS' DAIRY rv RAND THEATRE TOltA Y "ryarit Washburn CJ1 . ' - m .J "Burglar Proof" ,dll- A ROLLICKING COMEDY FULL OF FUN AND THRILLS 'I' ; Added Attraction1 ' f ' "LAZY LEM," Comedy JlORMA TALMADGE $U : in The Branded Woman" : ! , ' And 7& "Hey Rube," Comedy - IV : 4 , ; jiUnon's i Pure Food Market jjifA MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) special .Today Cash Only T Creamery Butter, 1 lb prints 50c lb. LiStew, Lamb Stew. Spare Ribs. ..... 25c Lb. oasts, Victory Steak .'. : 20c Lb; !g Lamb, Baby Veal, Pig Pork, Western Beef, 'ancy Fowl and Fryers (dressed to order) I Tomatoes, ' Peppers,- Green Beans, Peas, rTurmps. Beets, Carrots, Green Corn. - "i YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU f CAN BUY NO BETTER rtec itt. Clea nlln ess Service PHONE TWO-SEVEN Special for Saturday Our famous Jelly Roll which we sell regu larly at ioc Special for Saturday only 3 for 25c Do you use Aunt Betty Bread its good Palatka Baking Co. - Palatka, Florida 981b. Flour Sacks 5c, or 6 for 25c 2 Lbs. of SUGAR FREE with Orders of $3.00 or More Butter, lb. - - 50c Cheese, lb. - - 28c Oleomargarine, lb. 28c All the Sugar you want, lb., 7c No. 1 Tomatoes, 20 for $1.00 No. 2 Tomatoes, . 8 lbs. Snowdrift 8 lbs. Cottolene White Ring Flour, 24 lbs, $1.30 Silver Key Milk, small, 20, $1.00 Silver Key Milk, large, 10, $1.00 THE S APPERI A t W. F. SAPP, PROPRIETOR Corner 7th and Lemon Sts. Palatka, Florida 12 for $1.00 $1.25 $1.25 r -1; . ' f