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dafMorntn, aepiemoer-23, 1021. PAUATKA DAILY NEWS SO C I A L N 0 T E S AKU PERSONAL GOSSIP TELEPHOUK 867-J A PRETTY tUffifL,iivirii i iu .1 1 1 ..." ' .---- Mrs. Warner r. namm eiuenainea auction, yesterday afternoon, in EnM ftt MISS uiut,ii iiiaui, firming bride-elect of the season. ibles were arrangeu on uie purcn pivot auction, wiucu was me . -J! - TJi Jne oi tne aiiemuuu. itj ui Idenrod were placed witn delight ffont nmone the ferns and other Jiving plants on the porch, giving II 1 J.T- ...LJi. i note oi yenow io me wnue ana llnw color-scheme wnicn was tol led by Mrs. Hamm in planning pretty altair. scores were Kept tallies done in a dainty yellow r ffpsiun. and at the conclusion fame, novel little vanity baers Jntilv eouipped, were presented to A H. F. Leeks, who held hierh Jre and to Mrs. Howard Rowton i held second high. J.o the guest -mncir. Mrs. Hamm presented a of exquisite tea plates, and to Vis Martha Dancy, who will be ing the October brides, the hos gave a lovely handkerchief. following the awarding of prizes i. Hamm, assisted by a number of bids, served those present with lied apple sundae, gmgerale ice, cake, carrying out the white and color-scheme in the refresh- Manager. Alice Thomas Society Editor j Helen de Montmollin-Lilferary I Editor. ' Wilson Wright-Athletic Editor ! Paul Leverette Joke Editor I Frances Henley-Art Editor. I MISS WOODRUFF UOSTESS le charming honoree was fetch gowned in black satin, com- 1 with Harding blue satin. Her big hat carried a sweeping plume lie Harding blue. rs. Hamm is always a delightful is and her party yesterday af- jon was another enjoyable af- for a bride-to-be who has been i-feted since announcement of engagement to Mr. Philips was Mrs. Hamm s guests yester- Iwere: Mesdames H. A. Davis, N. iles, J. C. Calhoun. A. G. ps, T J. Barnett, Farra Gee, of ita, H. F, Leeks, Stewart Wor W- W. Browning, J. H. Randolph, Macdonald, Lester Bush, J. K. feth. T. E. Moblev. Howard )n, Duncan McDonald, of Mi. W. P. Merriam, L. S. Barstow, Mann, L. E. Tenney. Louis Jar- and S. J. Hilburn, and Misses thy Merriam, Edna Williams, Elliott, Mildred Williams, Nell Ellene Merryday. Priscilla i, Omar Davis, Florence, Smith, fred Browning, Vanita Tromley, & Reed, and Martha Dancy. The little coterie of friends known as the D.A.M. Club enjoyed its week ly meeting yesterday afternoon as the guests of Miss Marv Rnth u,,i,...-r a popular member of the organiza tion, miss woodruff was assisted in ther, Mrs. T. A. Woodruff and by Mrs. C. B. Carswell. The pleasant porch of the Wood ruff home was very attractive with many growing nlants ' . lll here the girls snent a ,lPi;i,tc,ii,. informal afterncon, some playing luius, ocners sewing, and others "just talking." At the tea hour, the hostess served her guests with sandwicW .,,i ;j tea. Enjoying the pleasant gathering were: Misses Jessie RniUv Kn. erine Johnson, Florence McRae, Le ona Strickland, Carolie Meigs, Alice i nomas, Fannie Points. Carrie son, Ophelia Currie, and Louise Johnson. The D.A.M.- Club will moot rtn Tuesday, next week, with Miss Jes sie Bailey as hostess at her home in San Mateo. PUTNAM PRATTLER" TO APPEAR TUESDAY Thi senior oaaa nf 13.. i viic I Utllttlll School has perfected all its Mi to publish a school naner. this the Putnam Prattler" will "fits first bow to the public on "H-esday, and promises to be Interesting little publication full "Acts and fancies" about the do f the high school, the paper I f published fortnightly, and will If five cents a copy. Yearlv suh- ipfins may be had for -seventy-- r,ts. tlSm of this new Publication Ju,':ing from its personnel, ltnam Prattler will be a splen tffe of high school paper. 'ajy Pickren Editor-in-chief. m Selle-Asst. Editor-in-chief. 'US Gllberg News Editor. IlSibcrt, Jr. Business Manager. tofnee McRae-Assf. Business t lilRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY ' , George W. Minton prised Tuesday evening when going out on the front porch of his home he found six of his bov friends ered there, each having a nice birth day present for him. A . . . Alter a nunmer of trames wpre played the boys were invited into the dining room which was only lighted by the ten candles on the birthdav cake. Each one blew out a pan.llo making a fine wish for George as he did so. As the last candle went out the lights were turned , on and the boys were served with fancy cakes. pineapple surprise and fruit punch. Ueorge was assistetf lookintr after his guests byhfe'tiftfents. Itfr and Mrs. Walter T. Minton, and his elder brother, Walter. Those helping Georee to celehrato his birthday were Lewis Clark. Gil bert Cobwin, Ernest Donaldson, Ed Hughes, Heyward Pert and Alec Wattles. FOR MISS MERRIAM Complimenting Miss Dorothv Mer. riam, whose marriage to Mr. Charles P. Philips will be an event of next Wednesday, Mrs. John H. Randolph will entertain at luncheon this af ternoon at the Daisy Tea Room. Mrs. Randolph's guests, who will include the girls who will be Miss Merriam 'a attendants, have been invited for five o'Vlock. Dr. H. L. .Merryday who is tak ing a postgraduate course in the medical department at Harvard uni versity, specializing on the disease; cf children, writes that he will soon complete his course and expects to leave Boston about the 2!)th of this month. Accompanied by his wife and litfle daughter thev iro to Albanv and there take the boat down the Hud son for New York City. From New York they nlan to Pn tr !T.nvi,:il. Tenn., for a short visit before re turning to Daytona. Daytona Jour- iiai. Mrs. E. V. Bennett has returned to her home here after spending sev eral months at her former home in the north. S. W. Allen, of Bunnell, will ar rive today to spend the week-end with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Currie, at their home on North Third street. Miss 'Fannie Points will leave Wednesday for Charleston, S. C, where she will attend the Asheley Hall school for girls this year. -Mrs. Nelson Geise, of Tampa, has arrived in the city to join Mr. Geise in a visit to his sictor f,. J. E. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.' Geise will be here about two weeks longer. Colonel S. J. Hilburn terday in Ocala, iookins after lee-al matters. Mrs. E. A. Bachman will r.- tn St. Augustine today to snend some time as the guest of relatives and friends. Friends of Miss Louise Hudson will regret to know that she con tinues Ml, and will hope for her early improvement. Louis James will leave next Wed nesday for Porter Military Academy at Charleston, the same school ho attended last year. J. W. Hart, secretary of the 1 v-nuniuer oi commerce, spent yes terday in Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Becks, of Daytona, are spending a few days here with their sister, Mrs. T. B. Munch. Ridley Wilkerson and W. M. Blackwell were among Palatkans spending yesterday in Jacksonville on business. Warburg Steen will be Palatka boys leaving for school next week. He will go to Porter Military I School at Charleston, S. C, this year. Mrs. George E. Welch and Mrs. Imogen F. Collins have arrived in New York from their European tour, and are expected to return to their homes here within a few days. H. 0. Hamm will spend today in Jacksonville, looking after business matters. a. j. carstow, of Palatka, is spending some time at Davtonl Beach with his daughter. Mrs. A. O. Martin. who is spending the summer there. Daytona Journal. Miss Georgia Edmunston. of Or lando is spending some time in the city visiting friends. Friends of Arthur C. Draver will regret very much to learn of his ill ness at his home on Third street, and will hope for his early recovery. Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Axtell have arrived in San Mateo from Winona Lake, Indiana, and will resume their work in the Presbyterian church there. R. R. Kinard of Crescent Citv was among the guests in Palatka yes terday. acksonville was represented in Palatka yesterday by F. L. Reed, T. 0. Rouse, W. B. Fudger, W. L. Schultz, and E. Underwood P. N. Hoist, a former Palatka citizen, arrived here yesterday and is quartered at the James Hotel He is now making his home in Savan nah. -C. S. Beggs, of TaniDa. was spending yesterday here on business and pleasure. Miss Blanch E. Reinhardt. of Baltimore, is registered at the James Hotel. Passed v open Council this 20th day of September, A. D. 1921. W. P. DINEEN, Attest: President City Council. CHAS. BURT, Clerk City of Palatka. Approved Sept. 20th, 1921. HENRY M. FEARNSIDE, 9-23-41 Mayor. PAGE 3 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Under Section 8 of Chapter 488 Laws of Florida Xotice is hereby given that n. A Evans, purchaser of Tax Certificate No- 334, dated the 7th day of July, A. D. 1919 has filed said Certificate my office, and has made annlica. tion for Tax Deed to issue in ac cordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following dpscriherf property situated in Putnam County, Honda, to-wit: 2a in N- W. Cor. cf W. 2 of M.W. 4, Bk 34, Pge 540 Sec 11, T 10, S. R 20 E., 2 Acres- The said land being assessed at the date of the issnancp of such Certificate in the name of Syke Singleton. Unless said Cer tificate shall be redeemed accordinir to law, Tax Deed will issue thereon on the 3 day of October A. D. 1921. Witness my official signature anil seal this the 1 day cf Sept. A. D. 1921. R- J. Hancock, z zz Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam v County. Florida. By W. A. Williams, Jr.. D. C. Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23. 30. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida Notice is hereby given that C. E. McLeod purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 877. dated the 4th dav of .lulv. A. D., 1898, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made applica tion for Tax Deed to issue in accord ance with law. Said Certificate em braces the following described nroD erty situated in Putnam county Florida, to-wit: Lot 2, Lindley Sub-Div. Ft. Gates, Sec. 26, Township 12, Range 26, 4 acres. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such Cer tificate in the name of Mrs. E. W. Varnum. Unless said Certificate shall he redeemed according to law, Tax Deed will issue thereon on the 17th day of October A'. D. 1921.' Witness m v nffipiAl kmc ntu on1 seal this the 15fii day of Sept A. D. 1921. R. tf. HANCOCK. Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Coiin ty Florida. ' By W. A. WILLIAMS. Jr.. D. C Sept. 16-23-30-Oet. 7-14. The two oransre Rroveg In the vll ' !ageiof . Kast Palatka, Putnam C'oun- ty, t lorlila, formerly belonging to tlie late Edwin W. Johnson. deceased, ,011c of which, consisting of ten acres. more or less, and on which la locatod ! citrus trees, a packing house barn, and eheda for machinery, Is situated ;on the south side of the public hleh 1 way extending east trom the post of ' flee, arid the other of which groves, : ccinslstlngr of twenty acres, more or , less, and on which Is an artesian well ' and pecan and citrus trees, Is situated I "uiin aiue or sum public hlKh- ! way, both of which tracts are de ! j8! by metes and bounds, as fol- That certain parcel of land lying on East side of St. Johns River, and de scribed as beginning at the Northwest cumer or land sold by Wylde L. I . ,owe?, to Joseph A. Crandall, beliiif ...u me ivortneast corner of lands sold by said Bowen to Osborn D. Sea vy, and running thence due North ten chains to a stake, then-e East about ten chains to the middle of the creek thence Sooth along the meandering of the creek about ten chains to the -Northeast corner of the aforesuld cor ner of the aforesaid lands of Joseph A. Crandall, thence West about ton chains along the North boundary line "1 ';" wianauii mnos to me point of beginning being a part of West F-u. ' .Southeast quarter of Section RaVnVJT"lh. ? Tn, J0) South, ,n- "l i; citsi, con taining fen acres, more or less; also that certain parcel of land being part ?, .?? W?.8t n,a f of Southeast qGar M h Se.Ci' Flve (5)' Township Ten (10) South, Range Twenty-seven (27) F,?!'0" ?,aBi slde ot st- J'ohns River S(v,desc.rlbed as beginning at the Southeast corner stake of the land sold by W L. u Bowen to Osborn D. Seavy and running thence East par oii'i , ard ,30 Jfect from N"rth noun ?..,of.thfland Calmed and indued oy fcdwln W. Johnson ten chains to a small creek, and thence In a Norther ly course with the meanderlngs of the Northeast corner of the said Osboru y. heavy land, thence West to the n r l',12f,i "irncr f S"id Osborn fi- u.avY and' thence South with the i.ast line of said Osborn D faffi.r '51" to b'-Klnnlng, con- also that certain ' parcel of land on East side of St. Johns River, and more nartlcnlarltr ....Ik. ' mencing at a point where the Section u ... . Ernst line oi the Woodruff Orntit tti.,., o v. along the East line cf said Orant Nine (S) chains Siventy-Hve 7G) links to a stake, then.'o Kast to Dog omiiuu, mence norm alonj? Bald Branch to Its intersection with the Section line between Sections Five anil Wlwht m in... i "Tis Section line Twenty (20) chains and . ...j vwv, linHB to me piace or be ginning, and being in Lot Two 2) of Section Eight (8), Township Ten (10). South. Ranire Tuiantx,.r- East, containing by estimation Twen ty UO) acres, more or less, and sub ject to the easement for public road .."'" usea, along and across the wortn side of said land; excepting from thi. until 1'itiH ViUPlni.nr 1 j. scribed the following described land Commencing at a point where the Section line between Sections Five 0) j-.ikiil ioj inierecis tne Kast. line of the Woodruff Grant, thence South along the East line of said Grant Six hundred forty-thrre and one-naif feet to a stake, thence East Eight hun dred and ten feet, thence North and parallel with the East line of said Woodruff Urant Six hundred forty three and one-half feet to tile section v?3t.t b;'otre,;r Sections Five (5) and Eight (8), thence vVuut along said Section line eight hundred and ten feet to place of beginning; ald land excenteri hnvfnir h.nn .. .n.....A ku i Dartv of the flrflt nart tn iVl.trlHa' IPuat CoaBt Railway Companv, a railway corportion, on March , A. l. 1913, and said deed being recorded In the office of the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Putnam County, Florida, in Book 60 of Conveyances, p. fi-4, which said record is hereby referre to. (See Book 63, Pages 15S and 15!).) All persons interested are hereby rerillireri trt hn anA annaa . h. Judge of the Circuit Court of Putnam County, Florida, on the A. I). 1921, at the court to be held' on nitti uay in ana lor saia countv and then and there answer the said plain tiff iu a civil action, damages flG00.n0 Witness my hand as Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Putnam County, Flor ida, and the seal of said court this 22nd day of July, A. D. 1921. (Seal) R. j. HANCOCK, Clerk Circuit Court By W. A. Williams, jr., X. C. GILES J. PATTERSON, H..l!,.lt,. .u i. i..i. i. "muu, 'Ul IIIC J lilllUlli. July 29; Aug. 6-12-10-26: Sept. 2-9-U No. 2983 Was awarded the five gallons of i gasoline and one quart of oil today : YOU May be the fortunate one tomorrow.! Our customers have an equal oppor-j tunity to get the gas and oil which! we are giving away each day. Watch this space daily for the winning number H. C. Merwin and Co. Gasoline, Oil and Tires Just Arrived ! I New assortment of Blue Bird China Ware. Also a large assortment of plain white china. Both in sets and in individual pieces. Enamelw are AH kinds, white and white, blue and white, gray and white. Come and look this over. Gomes & Kellum NEW ANDISECOND-HAND FURNITURE CORNER SEVENTH AND LEMONg STREETS mm'mHammmmmwimBiK3 j -----NW- I THE CIRCUIT COURT, PUTNAM COUNTY. FLORIDA. United States Trust Com- ) puny, a corporation i O. L. Hatch and Harvey B. Hatch. ) PUBLICATION TO HARVEY B HATCH, Defendant, ii rife in, anu an persons interested in this cause: n --.i-ii y uu win piease iAkp nnfffP that tViv aHsM.o. . . i suit has been instimuci against jtj by attachment in the Circuit Court in and for Putnam County, Florida, and that tn anil Vtir . t 1 n ...... ... nnvt uj v.i LUC Ul me writ VI itiiiicmncni issued nerein, the roliow- ufB.nucu property situated in Pllttinm f'nimfv v levied upon: PAND THEATRE a TINEE 3 P. M. NIGHT 6:45 P. M. TODA Y Wanda Hawley Auto Tops, Scat Covers and Paint ing, Model Paint Trimming Co. We are proud of the confidence doc tors, druggists and the public have in (ifiS Chill and Fever Tonic. in "A KISS IN TIME" Added Attraction "BATH TUB THRILLS" A Sennett Comedy and Foaf News TOMORROW "The Valley of Doubt ,.s A Selznick Picture And 1 A Comedy "The Jockey" AN ORDINANCE To Amend Section One Hundred Sixty of the Compiled Ordinances or the City of Palatka, A. D. 1921, Il.,;n.r In (ho Goto nf flA n O the Sabbath Day. I Be it ordained by the Mayor and irilv rnnnrM'l of the Citv of Palatka I that section one hundred sixty (160) of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Palatka be, and the same is here by amended to read as follows: Section 160. It is further provid ed that nothing in the last proceeding section shall be construed to prohibit the sale or offering for sale on the Sabbath Day between the hours of eight o'clock a. m. and seven o'clock p. m., drugs, medicines, cigars, to bacco, ice cream, candies, fruits, and soft drinks in any store or place of business where groceries, dry goods, clothing, hats or general merchan dise is not sold or carried in stock. It is further provided that nothing in this Ordinance shall be construed to prohibit the sale and delivery of newspapers by newsboys, nor to pro hibit the sale of newspapers, books, magazines nd stationery by news- VELVET "The World's Best Flour" STOP AT THE Putnam House OPEN ALL THE YEAR Rctes $1.00 Per day ond up. JOHN J. MURPHY Real Estate Play Checkers? Is it your move? Let us do it. We move anything. Zorn's Transfer Baggage, Furniture and General Hauling. Furniture Storage. Service our motto: Prices right- W. H. Zorn Phone 56 Free, Absolutely Free Silk and Georgette Blouses Everybody knows we carry the FINEST BLOUSES in this section of the state. Here is your opportunity to get anyone you like FREE Come Early and Get Your Choke We have proven that our garments are styjed in the latest creations, best workmanship at PRICES LOWER than offered by any other merchant. As a SPECIAL INDUCEMENT, For the ladies to buy these suits now we will give ONE BLOUSE FREE with every suit purchased. Today, Saturday or Monday Any Waist or Blouse up to $8.00 with every Suit up to 129., 50 Cabbage Plants All varieties for-, sale. 500 parcel post, $1.25; 1000 parcel post, $2.00. 2000 or more by express, $1.60 per thousand. H. J. CUSTEAD MANNVILLE, FIORIDA Any Blouse in the house, some worth up to $18.00 with any Suit over $27.50 At any rate, come and look over our values offered. We have the finest selection of Dresses, Coats, Skirts and Sweaters. The Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Sts. I dealers. .