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fcturdav Morning, September 24. 1021 S 0 CI A L NOTES PERSONAL GOSSIP TF.I.RPHniVn an "psi RANDOLPH HOSTESS jrs. John H. Randolph entertained , prettily appointed lea, yesier- L. afternoon, at me umsy iea r llinoTifino Misa Dnrothv bom, "!" terriam, a charming girl whoso iarriage will oe an event 01 me .1. 1Tn CanrtMvili'e miaato bniing wee. - 6.v0 luded the girls wno win De miss 1 lam's attendants, and the bride s Mrs. W. r. Mernam. A Uher, and -l 1L- ntv COlOr-st-'iieiuc ui y.niv was carneu out 111 mo ittuic lniv icorations by means ol coral vine white tulle. The table was cen- U with a large cut glass basket j with a fluffy bow or the tulle J artistically filled with the coral e, The clever place cards were d-painted, bearing a wee bride in II regalia. A delicious salad course was foi led" by an ice course, those pre it being: Mrs. Randolph, Miss Mer- Miss Alice Elliott, Miss Omar vis, Mrs. Ralph E. Macdonald and -., ff. P. Mernam. 0 the pretty young hostess, Mrs. idolph presented a set of glass spoons. PARTY POSTPONED j . . Kving to tlie serious illness of her ir neighbor, Airs. R. G. Spearman, , W. B. Ryan postponed th Iren's party which was to have Itn place at her home, yesterday fernoon. This party, which has been finitely postponed, was to have i given for Mrs Ryan's little son, lam. in a r. and Mrs. Mrs. Braee- i Mon- -Timothy Thompson, of Atlanta, is a business visitor in the Gem City A. E. Bracewell will arrive to morrow, from his home in Jackson- vine, 10 join Mrs. Bracewell visit to her parents, M H. F. Urie. Mr. nml well will return to Jacksonvill, day morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kcogh, of Pensacola, who are enjoying a mo tor trip through the state, will ar rive today for a few days' stay as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Elliott, at their home on Oak street -Friends of Mrs. R. G. Spearman will rooraf 1, miuw mat sne is lously ill, and will news of her PALATKA DAILY NEWS of the Jacksonville, James hotel then visitors St. IliS. DAKSEY TO ENTERTAIN FOR MISS DANCY Iniong pretty affairs being plan- in honor of Miss Martha Dancy, will become the bride of Mr, ige E. Ford, on the fourteenth of iber, is the miscellaneous shower h will be given by Mrs. Dancv home on Dodge street, on the noon of the seventh of October. Mrs. Sidney Smith, who has been Jing the week here as the guest rank J. Smith, will leave today bt. Augustine where she will en- visit of several days before ning to her home in Jackson- G. Philips was a business visi Green Cove Springs, Thursday. C. McCrocklin left yesterday ennessee, where he will spend days' vacation. iss Elizabeth Pursley has re- from a stav of a fu ifriends in Orlando. fit. Frances Miller left yester- r ner home in DeLand after a nt stay with her aunt. Mrs. F. rber, at her home on the its. Wurtz Grey and Miss Mary ire expected to arrive today Jacksonville, to .spend the d with relatives here. ser- await anxiously, improvement. Mrs. Morris B. Cochrane and her littel adopted daughter arrived Th,,re day from New York. Mr. Cochrane went to Jacksonville to meet and accompany them home Miss Ernestine Gladney, of Hast ings, was among shoppers in Palatka yesterday. Louis George and Jimmie P.nvW. Mil, of fat. Augustine, were in Palatka, last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed M. Earnest. Miss Sallie Loflin, and Mrs. Florence oteits were motor visitors to Augustine, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lambert and party of Bunnell, were among well known out-of-town visitors here yesterday. Weldon S. Henley will return to day from a business trip to Miami. Mrs. Maurice Fisher and little son, Bobby, will leave within a few days for Chattanooga, where they will make an extended stay as the guests of relatives. J. F. Ganes, of Crescent City, spent Thursday here with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Currie. Mrs. S. A. Minton and Mrs. M. A. Minton, of Hastings, were well known shoppers here yesterday af ternoon A. 0. Johnson and C. H. Grimm were among Palatkans spending Thursday in Jacksonville. J. Walter Hilliard was a ness visitor to Jacksonville, Thurs day. Mrs. Fred V. Owens, of Satsuma, was greeting her Palatka friends here yesterday. Mrs. E. G. Sackett of Crescent City is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Slade, on South First street, and her daughter, Mrs. Leon Green, of Palatka Heights. R. F. Adams spent yesterdav in Jacksonville on business. Friends of Mrs. P. C. O'Haver will regret to learn that she is suf fering with a sprained foot, and hope to hear of her early recovery. Miss Phebe Wheeler, of India napolis has arrived in the city to spend the winter with her sister. Mrs. Ira McNitt at her home on North Third street. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Fox, of Hastings, were visitors in town yesterday. T. G. McCarthy, of Gainesville, was a business visitor here yesterday. J- W. Prince, was registered at yesterday. . J- T. Sanders, of Macon, Ga a guest at the James hotel yesterday. -. ... uanacii, 01 uamesvuie, was visitor nere yesterday. , T. M. Thompson and T. K. Numan, of Atlanta were amoncr the ....erciai travelers registered at the James hotel yesterday. R. T. Wolfe, of Miami, was a business visitor here yesterday. R. J. Belt, of Flint, Mich., is a business visitor in town, registered at the James hotel. A New York preacher says it is all riffht to call a man a damned fool if he is one. This new theology is ve-y confusing to the l.ay mind. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sabbath School at 9:45 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morning subject: "Broken Cisterns" Evening subject: "Christ or Ba rabbas." Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. C. E.E Society at 7 p. m. You are cordially invited to wor ship with us at all services. Auto Tops, Seat Covers and Paint ing, Model Paint Trimming Co. If it's from the News' Job Ronui it's good printing. PAGE 3' the "The Grand Assembly .of the Sons and Daughters of Israel," the objects and purposes of which is to conduct a fraternal society wherein shall be AN ORDINANCE i A Tonic For Women "I was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened," writes Mrs. W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C. "The doctortreated me for about two months, still I didn't get any better. I had a large fam ily and felt I surely must do something to enable me to take care of my little ones. I had heard of CA The Woman's Tonic M "I decided to try ft," con- M tinues Mrs. Ray . . . "I took eight bottles in all ... 1 re gained my strength , and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have ten children and am able to do all my housework and a lot out doors ... I can sure recom mend Cardui." Take Cardui today. It may be Just what you need. At all druggists. ' En ROD To Amend Section One Hundred Sixty of the Compiled Ordinances or the City of Palatka, A. D. 1921, Relating to the Sale of Goods on the Sabbath Day. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Palatka 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 preceeding 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 and stationery by news dealers. Passed in open Council this 20t'ii 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, 9-23-4t Mayor. NOTICE , Notice is hereby given that on Oc tober 16th, A. D. 1921, application will be made to the Judge of the Cir cuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, at Palatka, Flor ida, for the incorporation of a cor poration hot for profit to be known Grand Today i f tM $ HOWELL Tonight ouise Lovely V i Cannon's Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) Special Today Cash Only Sugar Cured Skimmed Hams (Whole or Half) 38c lb Veal Breast) f.amb Breast, Spare Ribs 25c lb Western Pig Pork Roast 30-35c lb Florida Pig Pork Roast I 25-30c lb Choice Beef Roast r 20-23c lb Jork Sausage Meat - 25c lb "Cannon's" Victory Steak (All Meat No Bone) 25c lb tlinced Ham, Franks, Smoked Si usage. Liver, Brains, Baby Veal Spring Lamb, Pig Pork, Western Beef, Fancy Fowl and Fryers, (Dressed to order) f'eppers, Green Beans, Squash, Okra, Celery Onions, Tomatoes, Egg Plant, Cukes, Mustard Greens, Turnips Greens, Radishes. YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU CAN BUY NO BETTER Oiutlitij Clean! 'mens Service PHONE TWO-SEVEN in Levis J-SeTznfcfc Ward mack's The VALLEY enarfc ,yy KCec SmftKl f--Ctecv. p,. r' ,j. i Ad(led Atti action ' CLYDE COOK in "While the Devil Laugh's and The 4th Episode of "The Blue These are the Days of The Keen, Cutting Thirst The shank of the heated term is here and we are all glad of it. Even this ice man of yours, being human, is looking forward to cooler days. In the meantime, everybody is conscious of a peculiar thirst, espe cially during the middle hours of the day. It is then that children are inclined to peeve and folks of older growth find themselves impatient at triffles. ; There is a simple remedy for this condition; it is a cooling drink. Mother, put a few lemons in the refrigerator and be prepared to serve lemonade to the little ones. Drink it yourself you could not choose a better beverage. Don't let your ice supply run low. Watch it guard it as never before. Don't let your refrigerator lose a fraction of a degree of its efficiency too much depends upon it. Keep it well loaded with OUR ICE. Southern Utilities Company taught the principles of brotherly love, charity, mutual helpfulness, pa triotism and good citizenship. A copy of the articles of Incorpor ation are now on file in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Put nam county, Florida. 9, 17-24 & 10, 1-8-15 i THE UNIVERSAL CAR NEW PRICES (F.O.B. DETROIT) Chassis - - $295 Runabout - - 325 Touring Car - . 355 Truck Chassis - 445 Coupe - - 595 Sedan - - 660 These are the lowest prices of Ford 'tars in the history of the Ford Motor Company. Orders are coming in fast, so place yours promptly to insure early delivery. Philips Brothers 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 Choice We have proven that our garments are styled 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 29.50 Any Blouse in the house, some worth up to $18.00 with any Suit over $29.50 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. Fox" "THE JOCKEY."