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PALATKA DAILY NEWS
PAGE 3
rv morning, acyiznuji w, ,
Pop
DC 1 A L N 0 T E S
, . AND
IRSONAL GOSSIP
TELEPHONE SH7-J
Indian Girl Made
Famous Overnight
Club Meet a
rnoon.
1 - Iaw 1 'it o liova with
BpeilUHIg a it-" uuja .. . v. .
. . . . 1 x i- 1 AT-
nis orotner ana sisier-ui-iow, wi,
I and Mrs. P. E. Stockton, is now vis-
King friends at Crescent City, Dut
ter of the D. A. M. Club will return to Palatka for another
forward with pleasant visit before returning to his home
to the meeting of the or- at Jefferson, Ga.
this afternoon. Miss Le-1 Mrs. E. L. Padgett and little
will be hostess, at her daughter, Margaret, have returned
k street,' and has invited fronl a month's stay in Charlotte,
for five o'clock. j North Carolina.
" i Dr. and Mrs. George S. Davis,
Miss Goldie Davis and Mrs. Annie
. Johnson composed a party motoring
Misa Dorothv Mer-.w Daytona eeacn nunaay
:'"e
will v be married on the
ith of September to Mr.
Philips, Mrs. N. 0; Riles
ain at auction this after
r home on Emmett street,
of friends of this charm
lect have been invited.
onor of Bride-to-be
g here of Mrs. T. J. Mc
ir.. of Daytona, will be in
so know
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Fcarnside,
Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Hedick and Mrs.
C. E. Currie were among Palatkans
motoring to St. Augustine yesterday
afternoon to see the ball game.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lovelace of
Bunnell, were in the city Saturday,
nA ..nnn 4-Viniw Kariltn VintYlO WPrP BO-
:ell -Edwards.fi of Qu.ncy, ! by their mtle daughtel.(
irday in the city with 1" Touou Lovelace, who spent the week
0 H. G. Petty. hcre wJth her cousini Mjs3 Ophelia
,rah M. Davis has return-. fjurrje.
home here after spending f Mr. and Mrs. Emmons Graham
eks at Black Mountain, N. an(, party were among Palatkans
.'.' . ! motoring to St. Augustine Beach
Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. F. E. Stockton and little
she is expected i daughter, Myrtle, will leave Thurs-
hi a short time from Mis- day for Jefferson, Ga., where they
here she has been spend- j will spend a month visiting relatives
eater part of the summer j Mrs. F. D. Ackerman, Mrs. E.
latives. ! W. Elliott, E. Wurtz Gray and little
loried Evans and children daughter, Mary, of Jacksonville,
id Burt, went to Summer and Ola Deare Vickers made up
iterdav morning, to spend ; party motoring to St. Augustine
avs with relatives and : Sunday afternoon.
.Mrs. (J. S. rounds anu cnueiren
of Palatka, are the guests of Mrs.
Pounds' father, Mr. J. R. Cone, and
of her sister, Mrs. Ralph Hny.
White Snrings News in Times-Union
Mrs. George McReynolds of
Daytona, will arrive in Palatka Wed
nesday morning to spend the re
mainder of the week here with her
parents. Col. and Mrs. S. J. Hilburn.
Mrs. McReynolds will be joined Sat
urday afternoon by Mr. McReynolds
and will return to Daytona with him
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Blake and sons,
Fremont and Wilmer, have returned
from a brief motor trip to points in
Georgia.
Clara Kephart of Interlach- After spending several days in
riding this week in Palatka,! Palatka with her cousin, Mrs. L. M.
riends. j White, Miss Rosina Florried is now
Iton Stockton, Avho has visiting friends at Peniel. She will
(Br Associate Press.)
Mexico City, Sept. 6 Fame came
to Maria Bibiana Uribe over night
and, from a simple, Indian maiden,
living with her parents in a tiny vil
lage in the Puebla mountains, she
has now become a social figure of the
Mexican capital.
Senorita Uribe was chosen as the
most beautiful Indian girl in Mexico
in a recent newspaper contest which
extended over man months and in
which more than 600 photographs
were submitted to the jury. The
Puebla Indian girl received first
prize and was brought to Mexico
City to be the central figure at a
number of society functions. Senora
Pani, wife of the Secretary of For-
tca where she met many of the so
eign Relations invited her to a recent
cial leaders of the city.
Barefoot Maria, wearing the char
acteristic dress of her race and tribe
was not at all abashed and that night
occupied a gayly decorated box at a
theater entertainment given in her
honor. She says, however, that she
cares not for the glitter of society
and that "unless something happans"
she will not leave her mountain home.
e Contributes
To Humane Society
Work of World
(By Associated Prl
Chicago, Sept. 5. Word has reach
ed here that Pope Benedict XV haB
lately sent a contribution of 40 lbs.
through Cardinal Gasparrr, to' the
Roman Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals.
In addition, it, is stated, the Cardi
nal was directed to send a letter
condemning all wanton destruction
of animal life by unscrupulous sport-
men who cauused untold suffering to
the victims bv traps and such like
devices.
Particularly fond of birds, His
Eminence has caused to be issued to
all
I took Foley Cathartic Tablets and
now I can eat anything." For sale
by J. H. Haughton.
We are proud of the confidence doc
tors, druggists and the public have Ip
666 Chill and Fever Tonic.
CLASSIFIED ADS
OLIVER BKOB. W ill give you
new tires for your old ones and a
LITTLE boot. 8-9-tf
LOST One tan suit case and black
traveling bag, jolted from apto some
where between Jacksonville and Bun
nell. Poward. Address C. C. Bry
ant, Ocala, Fla. 9-6-Gt.
PAINTING, paper Hanging, deco
rating and hardwood finishing. High
est references. Reasonable. Estimates
cheerfully submitted. GKONKUo,
608 Reed street. u-zo-ot
FOR RENT Large, comfortable
furunitdied bedroom, connecting bath
with hot and cold water. Man and
wife or two ladies preferred. 324 Em
mett street. tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
room over the Reliable Store, 400
Lemon and 4th streets. 9-6-6t
FOR SALE 14 volumes of Am-
parish priests a circular letter in- j erican Law and Procedure in their
r. D. Points and Miss Fan
will be among Palatkans
today in Jacksonville.
A. L. Teaff is spending a
at her home here but will
St. Augustine Beach where
ring a several weeks" stay,
and Mrs. W. D. Williams
is Gertrude and Frances
and Gertrude Mayer, have
from a stay at High
vhere they have been vis
tives. Smoak has returned to
at Bunnell,, after spending
;re with his cousin, George
make another stay with Mrs. White
here before returning to her home at
Jacksonville. Her father, Ben Flor
ried, will motor from Jacksonville
and return accompanied by her on
Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Yelverton and daugh
ter, Frances, have returned from an
extended strfy in the mountains of
North Carolina.
S. W. Allen of Bunnell, spent
the week-end here with his son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.
;E. Currie, at their home on North
Third street.
A motor party from Palatka en
iovinir the surf bathing at St. Au-
structing them to dissuade boys from
the evil practice of robbing birds
nests and snaring them, and to
preach from the pulpits against all
forms of cruelty to animals.
When forwarding the gift, the hope
was expressed that it might encour
age others throughout the world to
help on all such beneficient work.
Princeton Unit Is
Establishing New
Schoois In France
original wrappings as received from
publishers. No reasonable offer
refused. Phone 218. . 9-4-6t.
FOR RENT Furnished room.
Modern conveniences. Apply 506
Kirbv street. 9-4-3t
FOR SALE Pretty, healthy ca,
narv birds, cheap. Apply 109 S.
Second street, over the Chinese laun
dry. 9-4-3t
! FOR RENT To gentleman, nice
I ly furnished bed room. Apply upstar.
nit 528 Kirby street- 0-3-3'
(By Associated lre
Soissons. France, Sept. 5 The
Princeton University which is doing i
reconstruction work in France is
now in Soissons and is now making j
plans for four new schools in differ-1
ent parts of the town. Several men j
are working on plans for the schools, j
town halls and churches of several i
towns along the Aisne near Berry-;
au-Bac and Hill 108 and beyond the ,
Chemine des Dames at Ne-jfchatel i
and Evergnicourt.
The Unit has been in France '
FOR SALE One bay mare and
surry, hogs, chickens and ducks. Rea
son for selling, leaving state. Apply
J. J. Mobley, K.F.D. "A" Palatka.
9-3-3t
WANTED Permanent position or
extra work as stenographer. Six
vears experience. I'tone 199. 9-3-3t
" FOR SALE CHEAP Canary
birds. Annlv at 124 Hotel street. 3-3t
In Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial;
Circuit of Florida, in and for Put- ;
naw County In Chancery.
Samuel J. Hilburn, )
Complainant, )
vs )
Florida East Coast Rail- )
way Company, et als., ) Bill
and all Parties Claim- ) to
ing an Interest in the ) Quiet
Property to which Re- ) Title,
lief is Sought in said )
Suit, )
Defendants. )
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
llsTRipyj
toasted
II
TO seal
in the
delicious
Burley
flavor
Once you've
enjoyed the
toasted flavor
you will al
ways want it
gustine Beach, Sunday afternoon, j since July 1 and was greeted by tue .
was composed of Mr. and Mrs. J. j members of the ministry and given ,
Walter Hilliard, Miss Betty Barnes! a week of receptions in Paris. Sine? j
of Monticello, Miss Winifred Haugh- j then the work has been in the devas-,
ton, and Miss Sarah Gibson of Anas-jtated regions, which are almost the ;
tasia Island. ! same as they were when the Ameri-,
Mrs. T. W. Tillman has returned ; cans
from a several weeks' vacation trip i war,
which included Atlanta and Ashe-:
Mrs. R. G. Spearman will return .
the early part of this week from ;
Jacksonville, where she has been vis-!
king friends for several days. ;
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. White spent!
i-otordnv jit SU. AiKrnstine. where :
Ihpv vvitncsspd the ball cames be-! l''1,v
tween the Saints anil the rais.
left them at the close of the
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, by
day it week. Apply at 221 South Gth
street. 9-3-lit
EXCHANGE Milch cows for
Ford ear in irood condition. Box
222, East Palatka, Fla. 8-31-6t.
TiINETrNTRSE;i
Maternity cases a specialty.
Box 296,
Hastings, Fla- 8-1226t
FOR SALE New six room bunga-
The Complainant having filed his !
sworn bill in this cause alleging that j
he believes that there is a person or I
that there are persons, interested in
the property invilved in such suit, i
whose name, or names, are unknown
to him, and having prayed for relief
against them, and having demanded
this order, and otherwise complying
with the law,
IT IS, THEREFORE ORDERED,
That all parties claiming an interest
in the property to which relief is
sought, be and each and every of
them are hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint on
MONDAY, I
The 7th day of November, A. D. 1921
the same being tiie rule day in said j consecutive weeKs
month. Uaily News,
Thp nronertv to which relief is in said County and State
sought in said bill is described as
follows:
Lying and being in Putnam Coun
ty, Florida in Township 9
Range 27 East, to-wit:
in the Palatka
a newspaper puonsnea
and State.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand, and the seal
of said Court, this the 18th day of
South,! July, A. D. 1921.
i (Seal) R. J- HANCOCK,
RAND THEATRE
i
! If U'c frnm f.tio Mpwa' .Inb Rnftm
it's good printing.
READY TO HELP YOU
If you are subject to biliousness,
gas, bloating, sick headache, sour
stomach or other iUs that result from
indigestion and constipation, you can
get relief with FoTl-y Cathartic Tab
lets. They are a genuine, wholesome
ic that affords proi..pt, '::"h and
safe relief without griping or pain.
J. T. Osburn, R. F. D. 1, Lr.ou-viKe,
O., writes: "Foley Cathnitic Tab
lets are fine. I hail stomach trouble.
TO DA Y
. I. Laskv"
; :rumount
aseba
11
George Me I ford
7 PRODUCTION
Added Attraction
latiortal News, Scenic and Topics of the Day
TODAY
Palatka
vs.
Fort Meade
Game Called at 4:15 Sharp
Crack South Florida Team
P!
For years PANAMA"
overalls have faithfully
served the South. Work
men in every trade know
4
UNION-MADE
stands for the most durablo
find comfortable work elothes
money can ouy. ooiu uuuer
our lron-
j clad guar- ()ffxL - I
! aiitee. Ask ("fyr-- 1
i your dealer. Stej$7 I
i Look foi the 3Ks M
S trade-mark. 4 Vf Ci
; k.imi..c.., -fSM( yii
Mobile. All. fM4 1 1 lj j
1i "MADE TO .VM
MAKE 5O0D'JWM
II Trad Mark R8"isVra 9
'"iinir "iiiiiiHiiiiiiiMniMiiiiiimiiiia
The SVa of the SWV4 of Section
24; and Lots 1 and 2 or the Fraction
al WVi of Section 25; and W of
NEVi of Section 25; and NE'4, and
NVi of NWU of Section 36.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED,
That this order for publication be
Clerk Circuit Court,
Putnam County Florida
By W. A. Williams, jr., D. C.
H. E. Jlerryday,
of Palatka, Florida.
Solicitor for Complainant.
July 19-20; Aui?. 2-9-16-23-30; Sep.
published once each week for twelve 6-13-20-27; Oct. 4.
Cannon's Pure Food Market
(A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE)
Special Today Cash Only
Best Creamery Butter, 1
Pure Lard 1 11). Prints. .
Florida Pig Pork Roasts
:fllltS
. . 20c
2f)C-30c
lb..
Beef Roasts 20c-25c lb
BEEF PORK LAMB VEAL
Fancy Fowl and Fryersi dressed to order)
VOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU
CAN BUY NO BETTER
Quality ClfanliucHs . Scrr
PHONE TWO-SEVEN
tee
, TOMORROW
toscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle
1
in
.Brewsters Millions"
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Florida East Goast Ry.
FLAGLER SYSTEM
Condensed Schedules
Fs farther iniormatloa b Ticket Aavtt
UllIMH'li BIOS I'-HOJI EAST PALATKA
EKectrve April II. 1BSI
TRAINS 29 and 30 MIAMI L.OCAU Dally MaKe 6:20 l M
all stops. (Coaches and Broiler ButTet farior yar..
1:00 P. tl
6:00 P. M.
all stops. (Coaches and Broiler eunei r-ariur
rri.a Ha.-llirh InrnU htweeT1 .TALkfnnville RTld Miami.
t-M P M.TKAINS 85 and 86 THR HAVANA SPECI Air Dally-
Slops only at Important stations. (Coaches and
Sleepers). The Havana Special between New York
nnd Kev West. Through sleepers. New York and
Kev West. Jacksonville and Kev West, Jacksonville
and Miami. Handles the passenger traffic between
the United States and Cuba. Connection made at Key
West direct with P. & O. shlpi to and from Havana.
Dlnlntt Car. ....
11 U P M -TRAINS 37 and 38 KEY WEST EXPRESS Pally. 6:10 A.
11.13 r. M. iKAps iocai g(ops Buffet Bleep,, K ca Jacksonville
and Miami. Through sleeper. New York and Key
West, one via ACL. and one via S. A. L. north of
Jacksonville.
BETWEEN PALATKA AND EAST rALAl TiA
ral.tkm. 11:00 AM; 12:30 P M; 1:40 PM; 4:60 P M;
v d.i.It. 11411 i U: 12:50 PM: 2:00 PM; 6:10 PM;
6:40 PM
7:00 P M
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1000 Pairs white
Reign skin Strap
Pumos 7.50 to 8.00 PAIR
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THURSDAY 9 A.M.
None Sold Before This Date. No Charges, No CCD'S.
No Deliveries. No Fittings.
Fearnside Clothing Company
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