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7 Mongeptemberj - , ?ALATKA QAILY NEWS ' - - ' :"M' " fc t riir mil m t m i i , . - - SOCIAL N Q t ES PERSONAL GOSSJP TELEPHONE S07-J A PRETTY HOME WEDDING In the presence of about seventy relatives and friends, Miss Ovedia Elizabeth Davis, the daughter, of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Davis, and Mr. John Sidney Smitn, were married Sunday morning , at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank J. Smith. The apartment had been fairly transformed into a bower of green ery and flowers for the event, the deviations showing the care and taste of loving hands. A color-scheme of pink and white was followed, the blossoms being set off by quantities of ivy, asparagus fern, and other green erv. Pink roses were used in the re ception hall, where punch was served from a daintily arranged table. In the living room and dining-room which open en route, tall vases and baskets of coral vine, with its pink blossoms, were placed with charm ing effect. The piano and mantel were massed with asparagus spring- erei, interspersed with pink roses. I Candelabra with pink tapers added to . .. ' iL. J a; the eneciiveness ox me utxuruuuns. i Mr. L. S. Barstow, violinist, and Mr. Wedge, pianist, rendered a pro gram of wedding music as the guests assembled, and just preceding the 'entrance of the briday party, Mrs. Sidney Smith, of Jacksonville, sweet- y sang, "Oh, Promise Me." The ride, attended by Miss Florence mjth, sister of the groom,' advanced hrough the living-room to the arch etween it and the dining-room, here she was poined by the groom nd his best man, Mr. Frank Mc- ntosh, who entered through the din ng-room. ine ceremony took place in an archway of delicate white trel- work, entwined with ivy inter- persed with pink roses. A big wed' ing bell overhead was entirely com. ised of pink roses, even the clap. or being of the blossoms. The im ressive ring ceremony was read by 'athcr Monahan, of St. Monica's jhurch. The bride's girlish prettiness was jmphasized by her dainty frock of hite organdy, worn with white slip- iers and hose. She carried an arm feuquet of white asters. Miss Smith, lie maid-of-honor, was daintily at Bred in pink organdy, and carried an f m bouquet of pink asters. Following the ceremony, those as- mbled were served pink and whit ieapolitan ice-cream, and heart- aped cakes iced in pink and white. Is dining table was centered with pig cut glass basket filled with pink d white roses. A traditional fea- fce was the big white wedding cake, Inch the bride cut at this time. The happy young Couple left short- after their marriage for Daytona lach, where they will spend two feks as the guests of Mr. Smith's ifand-mother, Mrs. Harroun. Mrs. saiith traveled in a smart little gown blue taffeta with hat and acces ses to match. On their return to rtlatka, Mr. and Mrs. Smith will mke their home in one of the Usina Wartmcnts on Reid street. Their niny friends are wishing all manner happiness for them. "Judge and Mrs. Frank I. Duncan announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane, to Mr. H. Finley Tucker, son of Mr. Laurence Kitt Tucker of Palatka, the ceremony to be performed on October 12, at 7:30 o'clock, in the Lutherville Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. J. M. Dibble, former rector of the church, officiat ing. "Mrs. Lawrence H. Tucker, Jr., cousin of the bride, of Jacksonville, r ia., wm act as matron of honor and Miss Jeanette Duncan, sister of the bride, as maid of honor. The brides maids will include Misses Edna Mace margaret Butler, and Dorothy Dun can, cousin of the bride, with little Miss Margaret Duncan, sister of the bride, as flower girl. Mr. Lawrence K. Tucker, Jrl, brother of the groom, will act as best man, while Messrs. William T. Mc Caffrey and Frank Holt of Jackson ville, are to be ushers." TAX BILL TO GO TO ENT IS LATE City to Oppose an Injunction in Gas Rate Matter Today Arguments on the petition of the Southern Utilities Company petition TOrnoL:..4. CI- . in mi . ...... ...Btu, oepl. ia.-ine tax re- agkim7 that the Citv J PHiik h. vision bill will be sent to the Presi- restrained from interfering with its MRS. OWENS AND MISS TROMLEY, HOSTESSES Complimenting Miss Dorothy Mer- riam, whose merriage to Mr. Charles P. Philips will take place on Wednes day of next week, two of her friends will entertain at auction this after noon. These ladies are Mrs. Frank Owens, Jr., and Miss Vanita Tomley. The delightful affair will take place at the home of the latter, the guests being invited for four o'clock. RECENT ARRIVAL 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Hawes are receiving the congratulations of their friends on the arrival of a fine little son. The little lad was born Friday morning St the home of his parents on Carr street. This little boy is the grandson of Mr, Buckley, of Flora- home. dent by the latter part of October, Chairman Penrose predicted today on announcing that the senate finance committee had formally -approved the house measure as amended. Neither the Smoot manufacturer's sale tax nor the Cafder proposal to discontinuance of gas service to those consumers who refuse to pay a rate' of $2 per thousand cubic feet for, gas will be heard by Judge Call in fed eral court in Tampa today. City At torney Merryday left last night for Tampa to represent the city According to a statement made by imposea tax of $6.40 a gallon onli, " , , ' prooao- alcoholic liquors withdrawn from ly, b 'n d?wn 0U' as !t is expect" bond for other than manufacturing I fd that whatevf the decision of the Dumoses will u in.i.,,1 ; ! i Iwoer court is the matter will be car- measureasitwillbenreSenteHtnth.lried t0 the United States Pme senate Wednesday." The authors have given notice, however, that they ex pect to present these amendments on the senate floor. court for 'final decision. , EASTERN STARS TO MEET Palatk aChapter Number 33, O.E.S will hold their regular meeting to- . m lIlal ou xa. imgni hi :o. visitors welcome. as the business of the senate would permit it was the purpose to take the bill up immediately and press for final action. He added that some fea tures, particularly the profits tax repeal and, 'the proposed reduction from "certain quarters", but that there seemed to be a general desire to expediate passage. Before finally approving the bill the committee voted two additional charges. Under one amusement ad mission charges not exceeding tan cents would be exempted fromthe one cent tax imposed by the present law. Under the other hotels would pay a tax of ten per cent, on the en tire amount charged to transients for rooms if the sum exceeded five dollars for one person and eight dol lars for two persons. LODGES yOIN IN CELEBRATION The Rebecca and Odd Fellow lodges will join in celebrating the anniver sary of the Rebecca Lodge on Wed nesday night at 8 o'clock at the Red Mens Hall. Each Rebecca may invite one of their friends. A very pleasant time is expected. "The Old Nest" is coming to The Grand next week, don't miss it. HOGS! HOGS! HOGS FOR SALE Seven Bred Duroc Gilts, 100 peri cent Stock. Apply to R. F. D. Box 182, Peniel Road Mrs. Warrington Mattresses Made Over Old Matrresses Made New Work Guaranteed Prices Right Vego Hair Mfg. Co. Phone 432 6th Street LOST! MY GIRO She found another girl's face powder on ray coat sleeve. MORAL: Send your suits to Gem City Pressery Has Plenty of Punch, But No Kick HYTOINE DVNCAN-TUCKER ENGAGE MEN'T OF INTEREST HERE the following, taken from the Bfltinmre Sun, will be read with in iifi'st by friends here of Mr. Tucker: N. 0. Riles returned Saturday night from Asheville, where he en joyed a stay of some days. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rich were among Palatkans spending Sunday afternoon at St. Augustine Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Emmons Graham and a party of friends motored to St. Augustine Sunday afternoon. Friends of W. M. McSweeney are glad to see him out again. Mr. Mc Sweeney has been confined to his home for several weeks, suffering from a severely injured foot. A party of Palatkans spending Sunday afternoon at St. Augustine Beach was composed of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Carswell, Miss Mildred Williams and Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Riles. Paul Dunklin expects to leave Thursday for Atlanta, where he will attend Georgia Tech this year, Mrs. E. E. Boone, and daughter, Gladys, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Atwater, for some time left yesterday for their home at Miami, Adolph Dfesiler, Jr., returned yesterday to DeLand, where he will complete his law studies in the John B. Stetson Law School. Mrs. A. E. Bracewell has re turned to her home in this city after a pleasant visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Urie, in Palatka. Florida Times-Union. Mrs. W. D. G. Wine and daugh ter, Carolina, who have been visit ing the former's brother, W. L. Wooten, in Jacksonville, have re turned to their home in Virginia Tilden Smothers Johnson in Three Straight Contests (By Aaaoelatc Presa.) Philadelphia, Sept. 19. William T. Tilden, II, of this city is again national tennis champion. He won the 1921 title by defeating Wallace F. Johnson, also of this city, 6-1, 6-3, 6-1, in the final round of the fortieth annual championship singles tourna ment of the United States Tennis As sociation, in what .is said to be the record time of 43 minutes. Tilden rose to super-heights in his play this afternoon. ?The speed and accuracy of both his service and re turn strokes! so dazzled and smoth ered Johnson', that the latter ' was placed in such a defensive position that he never, for a moment appear. ed to have even a fighting chance. GRAND THEATRE TOD A Y Marshal Neilan Presents His Mirthquake "Don't Ever Marry IA Puddle or Grief. Come a Runnin' 11 TOMORROW Elaine Hammerstein in "The Girl From Nowhere" Both Mrs. Wine and her litt hudelg Both Mrs. Wine and her little daugh ter visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. K'. Meigs here while in Flo rida. Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Ginn and pirty motored to St. Augustine Beach Sunday afternoon. , , Mrs. W. S. Westmoreland is visiting at Palatka, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. D. Williams. High Springs News in Times-Union. Nelson Geise, of Tampa, spent the week-end here with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson. Colonel S. J. Hilburn left last night for Ocala, where he will make a short business stay. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Murphy and two little daughters, who have 1 1 n making an extended stay in New York state, will return to their. Pa!at!ca home Sunday. H. E. Merryday left last night for Tampa, called by legal busines?. Mrs. Duncan McDonald has re- turned from a pleasant stay in Jack- sonville. j Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Warner and , Miss Helen Warner have returned to ! their home at Esperanza after spend : ing the past several months on an j extended motor trip. The party i travelled twenty-three hundred miles ; and toured six states. Messrs. R. L. Harper and George Moody of Bunnell and R. L. Smith of Crescent City were business visitors in Palatka yesterday. It is cool and re freshing in hot weather and thirst quenching in cold weather. It hits the spot all the time. On Sale at Soda Foun tains and cold drink stands. Atlantic Grocery Co. Wholesale Distributors Palatka, Florida v I I I and there-will be no tell tale evidence. W, E, Walker, Prop. 308 Lemon St. Phone 268 DANCE Tuesday Eevening At the American Legion Hall. Over the City Drug Stoie Dancing Begins at 9 O'clock Admisrion - - $1.00 The Public Is Cordially Invited 1 INFORMAL OPENING TUESDAY EVENING 7:30 TO 9 P. M. EXCLUSIVE FOOTWEAR LEGION DANCE TONIGHT Legionaires and their friends are looking forward with pleasure to the dance which is to be given at the Legion Hall tonight These dances are proving very popular and each week the attendance is larger than that of the week before. Dancing will begin promptly at 9 o'clock. Music will be furnished by the Putnam Orchestra. DANCE AT ELK'S CLUB FRIDAY The usual Friday night dance given by the young men of the city in honor of the young ladies of the High School will be held this week at the Elk's Club. Members of these circles are looking forward to this dance with great deal of pleasure. FOREWORD To those who do not know me I wish to say in introduction that for the past fourteen years I have devoted my entire time to the buying and selling of footwear. I have made from four to eight trips annually to the big Shoe Manufacturing Centers and in this manner I am thoroughly familiar with market conditions. I have managed the Shoe Department of Cohen Bros., in Jacksonville and prior to that time I was with At ' lanta and Chattanooga firms so I am familiar with Southern Shoe needs in particular I am president of the Southeastern Shoe Retailers Association and chair man of the Styles Committee, so I am in touch with all that is new and wanted. I am one of the founders of The Retail Shoe Salesman's Institute, of Boston, and wrote most of the text nfatter on Shoe Fitting. I HAVE GREAT FAITH IN THE FUTURE OF PALATKA and shall with the co-operation of the people of this vicinity give you SHOE SERVICE of which you can be justly proud. I cordially invite you all to inspect YOUR NEW SHOE STORE tonight, T.S0 to 9 p. m. R. R. WILKINSON 1 1 1 North 2nd St. Opposite futnam House We cordially invite all of our friends and future patrons to inspect our new store tonight from 7:30 'til 9 o'clock. We have spared no expense to care for the convenience and comfort of our patrons. NOTHING WILL BE SOLD TONIGHT We Are Prepared to Show Ladies and Childrens Footwear Unfortunale our Men and Boys Shoes are delayed in transit and will not be open for another week. In Every New and Wanted Style and Material We will at all times guarantee the quality and fit of every pair of shoes we sell. All sizes and widths will be carried in stock at all times and special orders will be made in two weeks and fit and satisfaction guaranteed. Open for Business Wednesday All Shoes Moderately Priced We Invite Comparison in every way 0 ! I) !' i tlHt'