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MorningSeptetnber '27, IQ21. qCI a l n o t e s V AND USONAL GOSSIP O AT AT M ATT KT irnn... " ' ISlM.J-iaFKJI I lflf T if H IMS V u - . i.wu , PACrh K -0 tt,..l , " ' 51 J Tuesday Club; Miss Jessie 5:00 p. m. Miss Omar iss Dorothy m. Le- party; knstess; ,, honoree; 8:00 p. jitan Legion dance; Wednesday . Merriam wedding Lbyterian church; 4:30 ' Thursday party; Mrs. H. R. Rich o. in n m party: Mrs. H. M. ide. hostess; Miss mar- Ley, honoree; 3:30 p. m. Friday . ton: Mrs. Lester Bush, Miss Priscilla Hamm, 4:00 D. m. L t Elks Club. During the stay of Rev. Dutill at Hendricks Memorial, he has com pletely gained the confidence and love of his congregation, who are solidly behind him in any movement for the betterment of the church. LUNCHEON AND SHOWER j FOR MISS HAMM . Mrs. Lester Bush will be hostess at a luncheon and linen shower for Miss Priscilla Hamm, whose mar riage to Mr. Robert L. Wright will be an event of the twelfth of Octo ber, Friday afternoon at the Daisy Tea Room. Mrs. Bush's guests, who will include the members of the We gotem Club, have been invited for four o'clock. EED-CORREY ENGAGEMENT bnwine. taken from the Metropolis, will be of inter ilatka, where Miss bteed has ihe guest of Miss Priscilla iss Steed has many friends i. friends of Miss Alice Steed, if the northside faculty, are kith interest the announce her engagement to Henry Korrey of Quincy, the news len revealed at a pretty par by the honoree's mother, A. Steed, in Kissimmee re Ian hour or so of auction le guests received pretty fa- old-fashioned bouquests, in tied small cards bearing lincement. her stay in Miami, the k who is a beautiful young visited her sister, Mrs. Dickson, in Miramar. Mm. is visiting in Kissimmee will remain until after ling which is scheduled for DUTILL APPRECIATED I DUTH JACKSONVILLE h nst to the many friends in f Rev. Howard Dutill, will llowing short article taken iries of sketches of the min South Jacksonville in Sun-. les-Union: oward Dutill is the present Hendricks Memorial Meth iscopal church, South, in isonville, having been as the church by the Florida i last December, i to holding the pastorate endricks Memorial church, I served six years as pas tka. For the past twen- he has served the Oeala, Quincy, St. Peters Pa, Live Oak and other ies. ' a native of Pennsylva Dutill has lived in Florida ftan thirty years and has !mer of the -Florida con ' twenty-seven years, as above. GENERAL MEETING OF LADIES AID. I i The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church will hold the first meeting since the summer adjourn ment, this afternoon, at four o'clock, at Tilghman Hall. All members are particularly urged to attend this gen eral meeting, as plans are to be for mulated for the coming months' work. FOR MISS DANCY Complimenting Miss Martha Dan cy, who will become, on the four teenth of October, the bride of Mr. George E. Ford, Mrs. H. M. Fearn sideill entertain at auction, Thurs day afternoon at her home on North Fourth street. Mrs. Fearnside is in viting her guests - for three-thirty o'clock. MRS. RICH TO ENTERTAIN I Invitation are being issued by Mrs. H. R. Rich for an auction party Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Rich jis inviting her guests for half after three o'clock, at her home on Oak street. I D. A. M. CLUB MEETS TODAY j' : " ' - Miss Jessie Bailey will entertain her fellow-members of the' D. A. M. club this afternoon at her home in San Mateo. Miss Bailey has invited her guests for five o'clock. Friends of Mrs. R. G. Spearman, who has been seriously ill for several days, will be glad to hear that she is much better. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Glass, for merly of Palatka but more recently of Avon Park, Fla., have moved back to Palatka to make their home, to the pleasure of their friends here. A party of Hastings ladies shop ping here yesterday afternoon was composed of Mrs. McElvayne, Miss Frances McElvayne, Mrs. Carlysle, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Neal. The many friends of Mrs. Max j Bogue will be glad to hear that she is improving after a week's serious illness, and will hope to see her out again soon. ' R. L. Stephens, of Jacksonville, will arrive in Palatka Thursday for a short stay. Friends of Mrs. Mary Becks will regret to hear that she is quite ill, and will hope for her early complete recovery. - Palatkans who remember J. W. TT....1 nuney, Wno at one time 0Wne(J ftnd ran a Hotel at Weleka, will regret to hear of his sudden death. The news was contained in a letter written to Mrs. B. W. Bray, of Nashua, by her daughter, Miss Claire Bray, who is assistant postmaster at the Pocono Manor Inn, which has been owned and operated by Mr. Hurley. Mr. Hurley also ran a hotel in Orlando during the winter months. No par. tinilny Ul J ..1. . mo ueaun, wnicn was very recent, were given Mr. Albert Owen Martin left Fri day for Daytona Beach to spend the week end with his family and will re turn the first of the week accompa nied oy nis wite and children. Apop ka News in Times-Union. E. Wurtz Gray and his daughter Jiary, are spending the week in Pa latka with relatives. Philip Peterson spent the week end with his parents at West Tocoi. Mrs. Fred T. Merrill returned yesterday to Jacksonville, after spending the week-end at her home here. Miss Will Telfair returned yes terday to her home in Jacksonville. I after spending several days here as the guest of Mrs. Duncan McDonald Friends of Mrs. W. H. Cassells will regret to hear that her brother-in-law, T. J. Townsend of Lake But: ler, is in a hospital in Jacksonville as the result of injuries received in an automobile accident. Mrs. Town send is in Jacksonville with her hus band, and the three little Townsend girls are at present the guests of Mrs. Cassells, at her home on Oak street. After enjoying a week's stay at North Beach, Mrs. B. W. Bray and Miss Louise Bray returned to their home at Nashua, Sunday night. Miss Huth Bray of this city, who has been spending a few days with her moth er and sister at the beach, returned to Nashua with them and will remain for a several days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ramsey and family and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Girt man and family composed a party motoring from Palatka for a day at at. Augustine Beach Sunday. Miss Mildred Pearce and B. C Pearee were called to Jacksonville Sunday to the serious illness of their father. Friends here of Mr. Pearce regret to hear of his illness and hope for his early recovery. E. D. Ferrell left Sunday for Miami, where he expects to spend several days, combining business with pleasure. , George Ford spent Sunday in Jacksonville as the guest of friends and relatives. Mrs. Ben Benson, Mrs. Peterson and Miss Mary Lou House, of West Tocoi were guests in Palatka yester day. F. H. Long, of Starke, was visit ing friends and relatives in Palatka yesterday. W. C. Darmstadt, F. F. Coffee and M. G. Darby were Jacksonville visitors in Palatka yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lohman, of Gainesville, registered at the James hotel yesterday. M. L. Christensen and Charles A Hardy, of Brunswick were Palatka visitors yesterday. A. W. Wynne came up from Daytona yesterdhy morning on business mission. FAN TALK OF BIG SERIES SPREADS ALL OVER NATION i Grandma's Funeral Made Jim Trouble j lly AnMiirlnCeil f'rmn) I New York, Sept. 26 Like other office boys, Jimmy, employed by the Guaranty Trust Company, has a j grandmother who dies frequently and (Br Am.-!nted PrpKH.i , conveniently whenever Jimmy wants Xew York, Sept. 26 Baseball fans ' a few days off. throughout the land have started j But the last "death" nearly cost meir annual chatter-box, the specu-'him his job and now is costing him ...... I ... . . . j Tunua Series, the post-season classic of the national pastime. Patrons of the spcrt are predicting one of the great est series in history. An average .of 25,749 persons at tended each game in the seven-game series played last year between the Brooklyn Nationals and the Cleve land Americans. The A League team, led by the famous Tris Speaker, defeated Brooklyn five out of the seven games. Three con tests were played in Brooklyn and four in Cleveland. The results cf the 1920 series fol low: At Won by Brooklyn, Oct. 6, Cleveland Brooklyn, Oct. 6, Brooklyn Brooklyn, Oct. 7, Brooklyn Cleveland, Oct. 9, Cleveland 3 to 1. 3 to 0. all his spare pennies. The bank's employes club felt so sorry for Jimmy that they sent a bouquet to gradma's funeral. Came this telephone call from Jimmy's house: "We have just received some flow ers from the bank. Can you tell me what they are for?" When Jimmy returned from the "funeral," it was decreed that he should refund the price of the flowers. Bronson street. FOR SALE Baby Carriage, cost $50, looks like new. Will sell for 25. See 'E. T. LANCASTER, 601 Lemon Street . 9-23-4t 9-25-3t ga Hotel. 9-22-3t FOR SALE One lot of thorough bred Barred Rock co'ckrels, March and April hatch; price $1.50. H. A. J. Baker, San Mateo, Fla. 9-9-14t FOR SALE Three horses. Call the Vego Hair Manufacturing Company. 9-23-2t FOR SALE One Ford truck, al most new. Call the Vego Hair Manu facturing Company. 9-23-3t Can't Keep a Good Beaver in a Pond Uly AMOdnted Prtu) New York. Sent. 26 You can't 2 to 1. ' keep a good man down or a good 5 to 1. beaver in. Cleveland, Oct. 10, Cleveland 8 to l.t This was the conclusion reached Cleveland, Oct. 11, Cleveland 1 to 0.!by attendants at the Bronx Zoo after Cleveland, Oct. 12, Cleveland 3 to 0. ' six of the flat-toiled animals due Stanley Coveleskie won three thpir games for Cleveland, the first, fourth j the Bronx river under a concrete wall and seventh and gave but two' bases 1 built to prevent their adventurine. on balls in all of them. He allowed Encineers. however, have not riv en up hope of restraining the runa ways, which were recovered up stream artd brought back to the zoo in washboilers and any other convey ance at hand. They are building an even deeper wall. the Brooklyn batters five hits in the first game, one of which was a two bagger by Zack Wheat. In the sec ond game he also allowed the Dod gers five hits, one a two bagger by Griffith, the Brooklyn right gardener. The third was another five-hit game, kith no extra base wallops. The most striking feature of the series was the triple play made by Wambganss, unassisted in the fifth game played at Cleveland on Octo ber 10. Wamby took Mitchell's line drive, touched second from which Kilduff had started for third, then touched Miller in person as he rac ed toward second. Ivy Olson, Brooklyn shortstop, Pete Kilduff, Brooklyn second base man and Wamby, Cleveland second sacker, went through, the series without an error. Olson had 12 put outs and 20 assists; Kilduff, 15 put outs and 28 assists; Wamby, 22 put outs and 17 asBistsV -f ' Sherrod Smith hurled two nines ! INSTRUCTION-In Violin and Clar for Brooklyn and allowed but one run I 'let- Po'e"o"l methods. Instru- right fielder sent the ball sailing over the right field wall in the fifth game, at Cleveland, scoring three men ahead of him. All of those who crossed' the pan before Smith had hit safely and Cleveland earned four runs in the first inning. CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED 10,000 small alligators from eight inches long to 24 inches long. Tampa Alligator Farm, Tampa, Fla. 9-23-3t , SALESMAN Exceptional oppor tunity for wide awake salesman, pre ferably with automobile, for all or part time selling high class automo bile tires, representing large factory direct. Big commission proposition, no experience necessary, no invest ment, exclusive proposition to right man. Correspondence confidential. Write for all details. The Meyer Rub ber Company, Columbiana, Ohio. 9-23,2t WANTED Employment; sales lady, office girl, sewing by day any thing reasonable. Address "L" care of Singer Co., City. 9-21-5t FOR RENT Three room apart ment unfurnished. Call at Sarato- FOR SALE New six room bunga low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros. 7-14-tf OLIVER BROS. Will g:ve you new tires for your old ones and a LITTLE boot. 8-9-tf FOR SALE One Ford Truck, 1920 model. Has never been in shop for repairs. Call at 610 Lemon street. W. F. ROGERS. 9-24-3t Cabbage Plants All varieties for sale. 500 parcel post, $1.25; 1000 parcel post, $2.00. 2000 or more by express, $1.50 per thousand. H. J. CUSTEAD MANNVILLE, FIORIDA Children's Haircntting a Specialty Strictly First Class White Barbers Putnam Barber Shop 214 Lemon Street S. J. Denmark, Pron- .Palatka, Fla. Miss Kate L. Lucas Will give her Annual Display of Fall and Winter Millinery, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, September 28th and 29th Everybody invited. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms. Modern conveniences. Adults only. Apply 608 North Fifth St. 27-4t PAINTING, Paper Hanging, Deco- ating and Hardwood Finishing. High' est references, reasonable estimates cheerfully submitted. GRONROS, 111 South Fourth St. 9-27-6t in each, yet the Clevelands beat him by that one lone telly, in the sixth game at Cleveland. " 1 Elmer Smith, the Cleveland's COUNTRY CLUB STEWARD READY TO TAKE CHARGE F. A. Towles, accompanied by his wife, has arflved in Palatka and is ready to take charge of the club, following the resignation of Mrs. J. E. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson will move into the city, and soon as she does Mr. Towles will take charge of the club. He is an experienced caterer and club manager and comes highly recommended. I ments repaired; 318 Reid. 9-27-3 1 FOR RENT Two room apart ment, nicely and completely furnish ed. Convenient to bath. Adults only. 220 South Fifth street or phone 357W. 9-25-3t. FOR SALE Will sell, trade or rent 55 acres land, 3 room cottage in Peniel; address Philip Clarke, R. A. Box 16. 9-25-3t. FOR RENT Two furnished house keeping rooms, adults only. Apply 621 Lemon street. 9-25-tf FOR RENT OR SALE New four room house, electric lights and old city water. Apply E. F. Perrin, 505 Cannon's Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) Special Today Cash Only Sugar Cured Skimmed Hams (Whole or Half) . Veal Breast, amb Breast, Spare Ribe Western Pig Pork Roast Florida Pig Pork Roast Choice Beef Roast ............. Pork Sausage Meat "Cannon's" Victory Steak (All Meat No Bone) 25c lb Minced Ham, Franks, Smoked Siusage, Liver, Brains, Baby Veal Spring Lamb, Pig Pork, Western Beef, Fancy Fowl and Fryers, (Dressed to order) peppers. 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 Quality Cleanliness Service PHONE TWO-SEVEN 38c lb ... 25c lb 30-35e H 25-30c lb 20-25c lb 25c lb UND THEATRE NEE 3 P. M. NIGHT 6:45 P. M. TO DA Y House Peters I ROTARIANS MEET TODAY; H. O. HAMM IS CHAIRMAN An interesting meeting of the Ro tary Club is promised today when H. O. Hamm will have charge of the program. President Rowton will also call all committee -chairmen for a report of their committees. Th meeting will be held at the James hotel at 1 o'clock. he Great Redeemer" Added Attraction rattioal Newt, Scenic and Topic of the Day TOMORROW A Beautiful Old Story of Home "THE OLD NEST" And Fox News and a Comedy An Ordinance to Provide for the Levy ....of City Taxes for the City of Ta latka for the Year 1921, and to Fix the Same. Kp it orrlained bv the Mayor and the City Council of the City of Pa latka. Florida. Section 1.- That for the purpose of securing an equal and . uniform rate of taxation and to pay the ap nrnnriations for the current expens of the said Citv. and for paying the expenses of the fire department and other departments of said lity there shall be levied upon tne taxaoie real and personal property of said City for the year A. D. 1921, a tax of twenty mills (20) on the dollar. Section 2. That said levy shall be distributed as follows: General Revenue 9 mills Paving Fund 0 Fire Fund 3 mills Sinking Fund . 3 mills Sinking Fund for bonds authorized by Legislature of 1921 miU Library Fund 1 mill P....H In Onen Council this 20th day of September, A. D., 1921. Attest. r- "neen, Chas. Burt. President City Council City Clerk. Approved this ZOUi day or oep- tember, A. D, 1921. Henry M. rearnsiae, Mayor. . III ; mi - --. V Mrs. Tillman's Showing of Fall and Winter Millinery I invite your inspection of Correct Fall and Winter Millinery, Wednesday and Thursday, September 28th and 29th.