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inv Morning October I, IQ21.
S0 CI AL NOTES V AND PERSONAL GOSSIP TK.l.tOPHONE 8T-J U,isli Hostess ai Jjride-elect. Idainty i at wl id. color-scheme of pink and , was eirecuvcij - ppointments of the luncheon and shower given yesterday after by Mrs. Lester Bush for Miss HI, Hamm. A profusion of nnA ocnarocriiR fprn .,an ylm ... ;ed in decorating me sman hich the guests were The bride's table, which was inded by the other four tables, entered with a big white rencn . 0f the Mexican vine and iery, a fluffy pmK tune dow De astened at a fetching angle to ftandle. The other tables were Ld with similar smaller ar- iments. The guests iouna rneir W . .. l . . by means or tne daintiest oi ards, appropriate for a party charming bride-to-be. Jets were laid for twenty, the bus menu served consisting of n fl la King, WH wnioiuBa . tomato surprise with cheese hot rolls and iced tea. The ieaffl of the last course was in lape of pink and green hearts. this were served dainty mdi-cakes. flowing: the ice-cream, Miss h was served a "last course." box, in the pink and green of afternoon, was brought in an . A lace bow of green, and the s, "W," for Wright, and "H,1 children's health conference for school children and those under school age. During the club year, they will bring a number of well known speakers here, among them being Dr. W. H. Hiller, of Jackson- - ' ' villo wlin will cool, Tl. r-.i. Bamm, ornamented this inter-1 ' ' . "'c ulral- package. Miss Hamm is to be- , 71-, . ' "arcus u ''a w tne viiituicn & inline in Jackson ville, and Dr. Raymond C. Turck, of the State Board of Health. Cho-Cho, the health clown, will also come to Palatka under the auspices of this organization. A number of moving picture shows will also be given at the school for the children. county should buy only ten cents worth of stamps, this would be ac complished. The School Activities Committee is made up of Mrs. Frank J. Smith, chairman, Mrs. A. W. Houston, Mrs.' G. E. Welch, Miss Faith Potter. This committee expects to establish and supervise a school kitchen, and to provide for the sale of pens, paper and ink to the school children. A sub-committee to be known as the Co-operative Community Service committee, has for its objective the PALATKA DAILY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Barstow will go to Daytona Beach today to spend several weeks. Captain D. C. Packard anil M and Mrs. Clarence Greenwood return ed yesterday morning to their home at Mount Royal after spending a short time here. Mrs. Clyde Strickland has re turned to her home in Jacksonville after enjoying a stay of some length here as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Austin, at their home on Olive street. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferrelf and little son, E. D. Ferrell, jr., arrived in Palatka Thursday night, having motored through from Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. Ferrell and her little son have been spending the summer in Val dosta with relatives, and Mr. Fer rell went up a few days ago to ac company them home. They are at present at the Putnam House, but will shortly move into a nour hn- purpose its name implies. The body, composed of Mrs. J. H. Milliean! chairman. Mrs f! P r.. - vu.i,r, a,m mrs. on Emmctt street. Howard Gardner, will endeavor in ... " every way possible to assist the Com-' "lmfre(1 Barstow will ar- munity Service organization of thp : . tka shortIy from Miami children A committee to collect clothing for the needy children is composed of Mrs. H. F. Urie, chairman, and Mrs. Frank J. Smith and Miss Sarah Bard. Mrs. F. H. Wilson and Mrs. H. F. Urie will act in an advisory capacity to assist the chairman, Mrs. O'Haver, where she is making her home. En route here, Miss Barstow will stop in Daytona Beach, to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Barstow in a visit to relatives, but after a short stay there, she will come to Palatka for a several weeks' stay. The many friends here nf Mr. T PAGE 5 Putnam High Pig Skin Warriors In For Beating Ocala There is no doubt now but what Palatka is going to have a regular football team. The squad is out regu larly every afternoon and from the side lines it looks as though they H. Bryant, Clerk. This September 1st, 1921. Published by order of the County Board of Public Instruction of Put nam County, Florida. (SEAL) J. H. HAUGHTON, C. H. PRICE, Chairman. Secretary. LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS: Who pay real or personal taxes and reside within the limits of We laka Rnwinl Tv ,.Jil n;t.;,.. are developing some speed. Several Number Seven (7) as gaid ,imitg are The Child Welfare committee of 1 J' Town"nd, of Lake Butler, will the Woman's Club expects to hold a the bride of Mr. Robert L, il on the twelfth of this month, the guest-of-honor opened the :he found a delightful supply lasehold linen, the gifts of those is Hamm s type was empha- yesterday afternoon, by her of black canton crepe, fash- on becomingly simple lines and 'ately beaded in pet and Hard- !ue. Her big hat of cloth-of-was trimmed with plumes of larding blue. Invited to enjoy delightful affair of yesterday ler and the hostess, Mrs. Bush, Mesdames Warner T. Hamm, Kirkman, C. W. Ferrell, J. W. ling, N. 0. Riles, Noah J. Tilgh- L E. Tenney, L. S. Barstow, E. Macdonald, C. E. Ander ouis Jarmon, George McRey of Daytona, and Misses Alice , Winifred Browning, Mildred ps, Helen Tilghman. Omar and Ellene Merryday. f ting Meeting. wugh the formal Woman's club loes not open this fall until the nth of October, that this will ear of accomplishment is evi by the activities already be- js among the various eommit- Lkild Welfare Committee, of urs. y. C. O'Haver is chair- Ms organized yesterday morn- fr the year's activities. The rs gathered at the Club House o clock, and the general corn was divided into a number wmmittees. public health committee, com. of Miss Mary Mulholland, N, and Mrs. R f Po-o floressa Sinnrell o.i! and Mrs. M. K. Collins ,;n ell $1,500 worth of Red Cross ias stamps before the hnli- fvhich will enahlo tho ,n( I Splash Party Enjoyed by by Young People. One of the jolliest gatherings of the week was the splash party given by Mrs. T. E. Mobley yesterday af ternoon for her son, Tom Mobley, whose ninth birthday it was. The in vited guests motored to Silver Lake about four-thirty o'clock, some going in a big truck and others in cars. Bathing suits were donned very shortly after the merry party ar rived at its destination, and a re freshing swim was the order of the day". After enjoying the water for some time, the young guests chose part ners by means of matching picture puzzles, and then delicious ice-cream with cookies was served. Rubber balls be glad to hear that hp ic n-offinn. along very nicely since the operation he underwent recently in a Jackson ville hospital. Mr. Townsend was seriously injured in an automobile accident. Both he and Mrs. Town send are well known here. Mrs. Townsend is a sister of Mrs. W. H. Cassells and her three little girle are with Mrs. Cassells now. Mr. Whitfield Cave has returned from a several week's trip which in cluded points in Georgia and Ten nessee. After enjoying a stay of several weeks in Palatka as the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. F. Urie, Mrs. J. Lychenheim has returned to her home in Havana, Cuba. Friends of Mrs. P. L. Cave will regret to know that she , has been called to South Carolina by the death of her sister. They will sympathize with her in her loss. Mr. and Mrs. Goode M. Guerry and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hart will spend tomorrow in Orlando, returning to Palatka Monday morning. i AT THE HOTELS I games have been arranged, the first to take place on the local gridiron October 15, at 4 p. m. Everybody in Palatka should turn out to see the boys play their first game. Ocala is coining with a strong team and with the intention of giving Putnam High their first licking; but is the old squad keeps up the good work and and does the proper training we ar eafraid that somebody is going to be disap pointed. Don t forget the date and when you are approached to buy a ticket be sure and buy one. This is the boys' first game and they need support morally and financially. Gaines have been arranged with Gainesville, for November 5, and two with the Florida Military Academy. At a meeting of the student body yesterday morning,' Paul Leverett was elected manager of the Athle tic Association, and will, in the fu ture, handle all business affairs con nected with the association. proposed to be extended, of Putnam County, Florida, and entitled to vote at the Election on OCTOBER 4th, A. D. 1921, to determine whether or not the lim its of the said School District shall be extended so as to take in certain territory as is proposed. Qualified Registered Voters who pay real or personal Taxes in the Precincts as mentioned and number ed below: List of Voters last General Election Precinct .Mo. 3 Norwalk. Flynn, Maxie Greenwood, C.L. Gordon, Dave Gray, Pattie Gray, Peter Green, Mrs.A.C. Pinner, Marrie Reeder, F. E. . Rhodes, John Robinson, M. W. Reed, Alice Saunders, J.W. Green,Miss Florence Sambury, H. S.' Goodwin, W. A. Smith,' Geo. R. , Green, C. S. Huggins, J. W. Hines, R. A. Hines, H. L. Harnsby, W. H. Henriord, M. L. Hines, Wm. Smith, John Washington, C. Wiggins, Wm. Williams, H. Wright, E. B. Ward, C. A. Warr, E. H. Horton, Sherman Wilmott, E. S. Austin, F. M. Gordon, H. S. Mizelle, H. Nelson, J. T. Nelson, Moses Nelson, Geo. Pitts, Prince ' Robinson, Ethel Ryals, J. V. Ryals, H. W. Thomas, Hattie List Voters last General Ejection Precinct No. 4 Welaka Anderson, G. Little, Ida L. Anderson, Walter Little, Idella Abshier, A. Lindsey, Mary Ard, Mrs. L. M. Little, Jerry Ard, L. M. Little, Joe MORNING DAILIES TO HOLD MEET AT ORLANDO TOMORROW j Anderson, Mrs.J.&Morris, L. A. Anderson, Dr.J.G. Morris, C. L. Editors of newspapers on the night leased telephone service of the As sociated Press will hold a meeting at Orlando tornorrow for the purpose of arranging for a more extended service. The News is on this cir cuit and will be represented at the meeting by Goode M. Guerry, who called it. There is a steady improve ment in the service to the papers on this circuit and it is no longer neces sary for residents in cities included in the circuit to take out of town papers to get the full report of the Associated Press. Among the frequent guests at the Hotel James yesterday were: P. Sever Atlanta, Ga.; G. W. Tucker, Chatta nooga, Tenn.; C. W. Mathney, Mem phis; J. H. Lewis, Boston, Mass.; F. M. Durrance, Jacksonville: S. E. were given as favors, and were the : Durreance, Orlando; C. H. Haas, New source of lots of fun. j Orleans; Joseph P. Lynch, Atlanta; Enjoying yesterday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Baker, Jacksonville; the young honor-guest were: Betty i H. S. Paschal, New Orleans; Mr. and Merrill, John Millican, George Mc-jMrs. Chas. Middleton, Crescent City. Cormack, Royall and Francis O'Neal, j Walter Warren, John and Mary Tilgh-! man, Fremont and Wilmer Blake, I At tllC Grand I Hardy, Charles, and Barry Root, Jules and Esther do Nazarie, Peggy! TAKE A TRIP THROUGH Haile, Emmy Campbell, Frances and ; GREENWICH VILLAGE TONIGHT Rebecca Whitthorne, Jack Tilghman,' May Allison, in her latest Metro Eleanor Houston, Robert Strickland, ! production, "Are All Men Alike?" Willis Owen, Philip and Harry de j will be the feature attraction at the Mantmollin, Betty Hattox, Miriam Grand today. "Are All Men Alike?" Smith, Nathan and Harry Harris, presents Miss Allison in the role of Burt Evans, Henry Hutchinson, Jr., a rich, headstrong young girl who John Berry Davis, Katherine and desires to live her own life in her Margaret Hedick and Frances and own way among the Bohemian cir Richard . McElvecn, and G. W. Lcn- cles of New York's night life, and as nard, of Hastings. mi;1i it is said to offer the talented Mrs. Mobley was assisted in look- star one of her best opportunties on PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject: "God Commend ing His Love." Evening subject: "A Warning Heeded." The sacrament of the Lord's Sup per will be observwl at the morning hour. C. E. Society at 6:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to wor ship with us at all of these services. NOTICE OF SPECIAL DISTRICT ELECTION free public nurse. It is es- ing after the pleasure of her guests nereon that she has thus for en- .1 "wi ii every one jn tne by Mrs. W. W. Tilghman and by Mrs. jyyod. 'T. L. McElvecn, of Hastings. J ITlMrr- . . J""1-1- o r. tvi. in l mi mTin a mr& r RAND 1 HLA1KU NIGHT 6:45 P. M. May Allison m Are AH Men Alike" And a Comedy Hie Book Agent" "Are All Men Alike? is an ab sorbing photopTSv adapted by A. P. Younger from Arthur Stringer's well- known novel, "The Waffle Iron," that appeared serially in McClure's Maga zine. It tells the captivating story of a noor little rich girl who feels cramped by the conventional sur roundings of her home and is tempted to try her wings for a flight in Greenwich Village. There she blunders into all man ner of auVentures with all manner f men, and it is only by dint of good ff rtur.e ancTTue strong arm of a good iran at the right time, that prevents her from paying the price that so manv girls in a moment of reck less folly are called upon to pay. As it is, "Teddy" Hayden runs the ga mut of experiences with men, all of I whom are captivated by her beauty B and her apparent disregard for all convention. WOMAN'S AUXILLIARY OF AMERICAN LEGION TO MEET The attention of thet members of 1 the Woman's Auxilliary of the Am- erican Legion is called to the first ! meeting after the summer holidays which will be held at the Legion I Home on Monday, October 3, at 4. ' p. m. All members are earnestly re quested to attend, as matters of great importance have to be ar-j ranged. Notice is hereby given that a Spe cial Election will be held in Precinct Number Three (3), of Putnam Coun ty, Florida, at the regular Polling Place in Norwalk, Florida, also in Precinct Number Four (4), of Put nam County, Florida, at the Regu lar Polling Place in Welaka, Florida, on TUESDAY, October 4th, A. D. 1921 said election to be held for the pur pose of extending the limits of We laka Special Tax School District Number Seven (7) so as to take in and include within the proposed ex tended District all that territory as advertised and set out in the petition presented to the County Board of Public Instruction of Putnam Coun ty, Florida, on Monday, May 2nd, 1921. By order of the County Board of Public Instruction cf Putnam Coun ty, Florida. (SEAL) J. H. HAUGHTON, Chairman of Board. C. H. PRICE, Secretary of Board. LISTS OF INSPECTORS ANO CLERKS The following named persons are selected as Inspectors and Clerks to serve at the Special Election to be held, Tuesday October 4th, A. D. 1921, at the regular Polling Places in Election Precincts Number Three (3) and Number Four (4), said Poll ing Places being located, respective ly, in Norwalk, Putnam County. Florida, and in Welaka, Putnam County, Florida; Election Precinct Number Three (3); Hugh Ryals, Walter Thomas and John Nelson, Inspectors; J. V. Ry als, Clerk. Abshire, Mrs. A. Bryant, H. H. Beasley, W. H. Bevens, A. Raiford, Elex Beannon, R. C. Belz, G. Moore, A. E. Morris, Mrs.L.A. Melton, Ida Melton, Lewis Mami, W. T. McLeod, R. B. McLeod, L. J. Beannon, Mrs.R.C. McLeod, D. C. Brady, Richard McRae, P. A. Casten, C. McLeod, Viola Cannon, W. H. McLeod, Mrs.R.B. Clark, Jacob McLeod, Mrs.J.A. Cannon, Mrs.Winnie McRae, Mrs.J.A. Collins, J. H. McRae, Mrs.E.J. Collins, Mrs.J.H. McRae, N. W. Cannon, Mrs.W.H. McRae, Mrs.N.W. Collins, J. T. McRae, J. A. Dixon, Jim McMullin, Herm'n Dennis, J. McMullin, Geo. Duglass, T. C. Nelson, W. B. Duglass, N. E. Nelson, Sam'l Dallow,Mrs.Jennie Nelson, Raymond Duglass.Mrs.N.E. O'Connor, P. H. Duglass.Mrs.T.C. Pinderson, J. Eaton, J. W. Pinner, E. Fowler, J. R. Packard, D. C, Fowler, C. F. Phillips, Lewis Flynn, Sam Pjnner, Mrs.B.A. WEAK, NERVOUS, ALL RUN-DOWN Missouri Lady Suffered Until She Tried Cardui. Says "Result Was Surprising." Got Along Fine, Became Normal and Healthy. Springfield Mo. "My back was so weak I could hardly stand up, and I would have bearing-down pains and was not well at any time," says Mrs. D. V. Williams, wife of a well-known farmer on Route 6, this place. "I kept getting headaches and having to go to bed," continues Mrs. Williams describing the troubles from which she obtained relief through the use of Cardui. "My husband, having heard of Cardui, proposed getting It for me. "I saw after taking some Cardui . . . that I was Improving. The result was surprising. I felt like a different person. "Later I suffered from weakness and weak back, and felt all run-down. I did not rest well at night, I was so nervous and cross. My husband said he would get me some Cardui, which j he did. It strengthened me ... My j doctor said I got along fine. I was In j good healthy condition. I cannot i 6ay too much for it." ' Thousands of women have suffered ! as Mrs. Williams describes, until they found relief from the use of Cardui. Since it has helped so many, you should not hesitate to try Cardui U troubled with womanly ailments. For sale everywhere. E.83 S FOR SALE Election Precinct Number Four (4): Ed. Harper, C. C. Greenwood and DeWitt C. Packard, Inspectors; H. TURKEY DINNER SUNDAY At The DAISY TEA ROOM .for M.UU l Will have ten or twelve good milk cows for sale at W. A. Walton's stable Saturday, Oct. ist. STOP AT THE Putnam House OPEN ALL THB YEAR Rates $1.00 Per day and up. Harper, E. C. Johnson, M. C. Johnson, W. H. Jones, Dicy Kemp, H. Little, F. Lively, C. B. Little.Melonia M. Williams, A. W. Willmott, Mrs.E.S. Warr, Mrs.E.H. Washington, Maria Ward, Mrs.C.A. Wiggins, Charlotte Waller, Henry 7, as same is proposed to be extend ed, as shown on the records in my Office, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Witness my hand in testimony thereto this 1st day of September, A. D. 1921. HENIS PETERMANN, Supervisor of Registration of Put anm County, Florida. Published by order of the County Board of Public Instruction of Put nam County, Florida. (SEAL J. H. HAUGHTON, C. H. PRICE, Chairman. Secretary. I, Henis Petermann, Supervisor of Registration of Putnam County, Florida, do hereby certify, that as such Supervisor, I am the custodian of the Registration Books of Putnam County, Florida, That I have can vassed and counted the number of duly qualified electors in Welaka Special Tax School District Number 7, of Putnam. County, Florida, as the same is proposed to be extended, from the Registration List of the last General Election held in said County, and State, and that I have compared the above and foregoing Lists with the Registration Books aforesaid of said County and State, and that said foregoing Lists are true and correct Lists of all qualified voters residing in the said Welaka Special Tax School District Number Cabbage Plants All varieties for sale. BOO 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 Haircutting a Specialty Strictly First Class White Barbers Putnam Barber Shop 214 Lemon Street S. J. Denmark, Proo- .Palatka, Fid. 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 Mattresses Made Over Old Matrresses Made New Work Guaranteed Prices Right VegoHa-r Mfg. Co. Phone 432 6th Street E. H. WEDGE PHOTOGRAPHER Out of town Kodak finishing re turned the same day received. No. 7257 Was awarded the five gallons of gasoline and one quart of oil today YOU May be the fortunate one tomorrow. Our customers have an equal oppor 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 Cannon's Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) Special TodayCash Only Sugar Cured Skinned Hams (Whole or Half) 35c lb Beef Roasts 20-25c lb Lamb Breast, Veal Breast, Spare Ribs 25c lb I'ig Pork Roasts 25-30c lb "Cannon's" Victory Steak (All Meat So Bone) 25c lb Spring Lamb, Baby Veal, Pig Park, Western Beef, Fancy Fowl ind Fryers (Drsesed to Order) LARGEST VARIETY OF VEGETABLES IN THE CITY YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU CAN BUY NO BETTER Duality Cleanliness Serf ice PHONE TWO-SEVEN IM PERIAL SELF RISING OR CE-RES-CO ' PLAIN Is the best Flour on earth. 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