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J;iitav Morning, October 12th, 1021.
v. a NEWS is--" PAGE t SQCl A L NO TEj pERSO N A L G OSsTp TKI.EI'HO.NE ItaT-J Coming Events Wednesday tfright-Hamm wedding: m,.iVin(list church: 8:30 Reception following Wright- H,iini?. 422 River street. mm . Fridey Ford-Dancy wedding; First 'resbyterian cnurcn, o y. in. Dance; Elks Uud; p. m. t Dancy, Hostess. ti tt Gniffr entertained in- n. n. - ---------- ally at a handKercniei snower auction party yesterday after in compliment to Miss Martha whose marriage to Mr. pvent of rriuay aivernuuii. inu Lee-was exquisitely gowned in L canton satin, made on draped with four panels, extending ff the skirt hem to give the un heal line. Hand fagotting pro- Ed just the right touch of trim- With this frocK, Miss uancy a smart tan duvetyn hat trim- with feathers in tan and brown. lecklace of amber beads set off costume. Ic rooms where three tables were iced for auction were prettily grated with goldenrod in French lets, and date palms. Scores were during the game on tallies done dainty bridal design. When les were compared at the conclu- of the play, it was found that" J. H. Millican held high score Mrs. J. M. Wolfenden, low. To Millican, the hostess gave as le a lovely enma Donoon aisn, ana sirs. Wolfenden, a dessert calen der the card game, a number of fcta joined the players and to Miss tha Dancy was presented a pret iellow basket filled with a varied kuion of handkerchiefs, the gifts Mrs. Spicer's guests. Irs. Spicer served delicious chic- tilad, saltines, olives and coffee tier guests, yesterday afternoon, king the game and shower. In- U to spend the afternoon with were: Mesdames M. B. CJoch- LS. J. Hilburn, George McRey- k J. P. Lamb, Daisy , Pickren, k West Bailey, W. A. Walton, J. tisenby, J. H. Millican, T. K. it, C. E. O'Connor, E. A. Gerber, I. Mobley, H. M. Fearnside, Louis Iwmon, Howard L. Gardner, J. IWoIfenden, Annie Johnson, Don IHacQueen, Ralph Philips, E. D. fcy, J. W. Darsey, and Davis nn, of Savannah, and Misses ha Dancy, Evelyn Hayman, il Alexander, Effie Appleby, Es- McKenzie, Belle McKenzie, An- Moreman, Sarena Bailey. Kath- Zart, Lottie Green, Winifred ighton, and Birdie Reed. were used in decorating the living- room ana nail and a simple and dainty arrangement of Mexican coral vine and ferns was used in the din ing room, where supper was served in buffet style. A delicious menu con sisting of roast turkey, roast ham, Voiatoes au gratin, creamed peas in umDaies, not rolls, pickles, olives, iruit saiari, cherry pie a la mode, and coffee was served. Enjoying this occasion as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hanim, were: Miss Priscilla Hamm, Mr. Robert Wright, Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hamm, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tilghman, Mr. and Mrs. Noah J. Tilghman, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tenney, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jarmon, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griggs, Miss Omar Davis, Miss Katherine Howell, Miss Alice Elliott, and Mes srs. Harry Keller, W. M, Blackwell, and Tom Tilghman. al Party Entertained. the chief social interest of today rs about the Wright-Hamm fling, which will be a brilliant ft of this evening, taking place tit. Johns Methodist church at after eight oclock. A series of tming pro-nuptial social affairs linated last evening in the infor- bufrct supper with which, Mr. Mrs. Warner T. Hamm enter- led the memhers of tho hridnl y and their husbands and wives, evening after the wedding re- sal. ild coreoDsis and o-nlrlen rnd Miss Strickland Hostess to Club. The members of the D.A.M. Club enjoyed their regular fortnightly meeting yesterday afternoon as the guests of Miss Leona Strickland, a popular member of the organization, at her home on Emmett street. Bowls of pink and white roses were used in decoration, pink and white being the club colors. A portion of the afternoon was spent in sewing, but a novelty was provided by an odd little "chewing gum contest." Each girl was given a piece of chewing gum, a pink card, and a tooth pick. With these ma terials she was to draw a "picture." For the best work of art, Miss Ophe lia Currie was given a danity linen hnadkerchief, while as a consolation prize, a package of chewing gum was presented to Miss Mary Ruth Woodruff. Toward the close of the afternoon, the hostess served her guests witn banana salad, sandwiches, saltines, pickles and iced tea. Present were: Misses Ophelia Cur rie, Carolie Meigs, Louise Johnson, Katherine Johnson, Evelyn Austin, Jessie Bailey, Florence McRae, and Mary Ruth Woodruff. S S1PPRELL IS MEILI 111 Miss Floressa Sipprell, County Home Demonstration Agent, is act ively engaged in making plans for displays for the Putnam county booth at the State Fair to be held ni Jacksonville November 12 to 19 in clusive. Through the courtesy of the Mann Hodge Seed Company, Miss Sipprell has arranged that all farm products to be used in the display can be shipped into Palatka, from now on, in care of this firm. The Mann-Hodge company has handled these products tor the previous Fairs. The list of farm products is long' and so far as possible it is desired that all the growers ni the county write to the County Home Demon stration Agent advising what they will offer for the exhibit. Putnam A Surprise Party. Monday was the birthday of Mr. E. E. Ramsey, and in honor of the day Mrs. Ramsey planned aj pleasant surprise for her husband. As Mr. Ramsey sat quietly reading in the living-room, the door opened and a number of his neighbors entered, announcing a "party." The honor guest was really surprised, this time, too. Cards were enjoyed until a late hour, when Mrs. Ramsey served the players with punch and cake, and, for the gentlemen, cigars. This plea sant home was prettily decorated for the occasion with Mexican coral vine and ferns. Spending the evening, Monday, with Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey, were: Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kimbrough, and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gidtner. Mrs. Porcher L'Engle, of Jack sonville, will 'arrive tomorrow to be the guest of Mrs. J. H. Millican. Mrs. L'Engle will be among the out-of-town guests at the Ford-Dancy wedding Friday afternoon. She is an aunt of the bride, Miss Martha Dancy. Mrs. Maurice fisher and little son, Bobby, will leave today for Chattanooga, where they will make an extended stay as the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Gardner GRAND MATINE THEATRE and little son will leave Friday for a motor trip to Miami. Mrs. F. D. Acker man and Mrs. E. W. Elliott returned yesterday from Jacksonville where they made a brief stay. Mrs. J. Spring, of Philadelphia, is spending some time in Palatka, the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Haughton, at her home on Olive street. Mrs. Edward Jelks has returned to her home in Jacksonville after a ten days' stay here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. George E. Welch. Mrs. Welch accompanied her daughter home and will be her guest for a stay of some length. Miss Kathleen Vann has return ed from a week-end stay with friends in Daytona. Mrs. Donald Barstow, of Hast ings, spent Monday here as the guest of Mrs. S. J. Barstow. Mrs. R. M. Martin, of Haw thorne, will arrive today to spend several days as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Ramsey, at her home in Bungalow Park. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wattles, Mrs.. J. Springs, of Philadelphia, and Miss Margaret Anderson composed a motor party spending Sunday af ternoon at St. Augustine Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Millican and party were among Palatkans motor ing to St. Augustine Beach, Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Randolph is making a short stay in Orlando, this week. Mrs. D. V. Loop and Miss Wini fred Haughton came down from Jacksonville, Monday afternoon. Mrs Loop has been spending some weeks in Detroit with relatives, and Miss Haughton has been visiting in Jack sonville. Miss Will Telfair left recently for Asheville, N. C, for a visit of of couple of weeks with the Misses Janie and Helen Williard, who are there for the winter. Florida Times Union. Mr. Finley Tucker left yester day for Baltimore where he will be married tomorrow to Miss Jane Dun can, a cousin of Mrs. Lawrence K. Tucker, who was one of the atten dants in the Tucker-Durkee wedding here last season. Florida Times Union. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Tucker left yesterday for Baltimore to attend the wedding of the former'3 county Is' 'going 1 otit ' this year to clean up in awards. Scoring will be based as follows:.- '' Quality, uniformity ' and market ability ' i' . 400 Variety ., , 250 Appearance, arrangement 200 Educational ' 100 Adaptability , 50 On the first two headings it is expected that the county may expect serious competition, but the S50 points for appearance, arrangement, educational and adaptability they are just the same as scored for Put nam right now. This leaves the va riety, quality, uniformity and mar ketability entirely in the hands of the growers. Plenty of Products Here Miss Sipprell states that there is a wealth of good farm products for this year's Fair but the comparative quality as between adjoining farms has been so close that possibly the full' competitive value may not be realized by all the Putnam farmers. She is starting to make trips around to all sections and is urgently re questing everyone to make selections now and send on to Palatka the pro ducts for exhibits that will keep un til the exhibits are shipped from Pa latka, which will be not later than November 8. Perishable vegetables must be held until ordered in and for this reason tTie request is made that all the growers write Miss Sip prell what they will furnish and the quantity. The County Commissioners have taken considerable interest in the Fair this year and where the cost of citrus fruit, grains, hays and gras ses, or any product given to the ex hibit, would impose hardships on the donor they will permit Miss Sipprell to make a reasonable allowance for them. It is also contemplated to give the awards won tb these growers re sponsible, if the awards are so made as to permit it. The county exhibit must contain citrus fruit, fresh fruits, other than citrus, cereals, all fresh vegetables, cane and sorghum, minerals, Ynanu facturers and varied industries, cot ton. In the way of securing variety it is suggested that everyone apply at once to the Florida State Fair As sociation for the 1921 premium list. Pages 21 to 28 carry the varieties for the exhibit. There is much work to be done so that Putnam county will have its proper rating and everyone should take an-, active interest, antf right Union Station ..-. '- 'n j- - - 10-ll-Sit FOR SALE Petermann's famous Cedar Chests. One ready .for imme diate delivery' Apply to Henis Pe termani, Palatka, Fla. 10-ll-5t. W. Carr, P. O. Box 448, or call at 806 Lemon street. 10-5-6t. FOR SALE Domestic Science j Fireless Cooker, good as new. A bar-j gain. Can be seen at Hart Furniture I Co. 10-ll-6t! B. H. KENDRICK , Practical Accountant Will open a class in Bookkeeping and Accounting, October 17. Complete course $50.00 PHONE 378-W FOUND One auto tire size 33x4. tube and rim." Oner can have same by proving property and paying for this ad. J. W. Hilliard. 10-ll-3t FOR SALE New six room bunga low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros. 7-14-W Rub-My-Tism is a great pain kill er.. Believes pain and awrenci Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. CLASSIFIED ADS AGENTS WANTED for house house canvasihg. A good opportuni ty for the right parties. Young ladies preferred. Apply between 9 and 10 m. 103 N. First street next to Southern Utilities office. ll-12-3t Until Nov. 1st, I wlil continue to be in my office in the afternoons, only: Office hours 1:15 to 5:30 p. m. Phone 414 During Office Hours A. L. DAVENY, City Chiropodist ll-13-6t FOR SALE Large flat top ma hogany office desk with filing casing and drawers. Apply Daisy Tea Room. ll-12-3t FOR SALE A f a bargain, 16 guage Winchester pump shot gun, brother, Mr. Finley Tucker, and Miss . new. Chas. E. Rowton, 20 Lemon St. Jane Duncan, which will take place , 10-13-tf tomorrow evening. Florida Times-i poR SALE One large wood LOST My teddy bear out of my buggy Saturday night; finder please phone 388 or notify little Mickey Millican, 115 S. 4th St., city ON ST. JOHNS RIVER 80 acres i high rich hammock land. Fine view, i wonderful 'oaks, ideal for sub-divid ing. $3,750. Terms. E. E. Frede- LOST Bunch keys, name plate "T. J. Knight." Return to me and re ceive reward. T. J. KNIGHT. 10-9-2t FOR SALE A number of nice new 4 and 6 room houses, within one block of Lemon street. Terms if de sired. E. R. Conway, Box 164, Pa latka, Fla. 10-8-2t. FOR SALE Maine "seed "potatoes, direct from successful grower, $6.00 per sack, delivered on track. Who can I interest in part of car? $1 per sack with order. BOTESFORD, Bost wick, Fla. 10-8-2t WANTED Situation by a Drug clerk; 7 years experience in front and prescription work; desires location in State of Florida. Address C. L. Cauthen, Timmonsville, S. C, drawer P. 10-7-6t WANTED To buy show "cases" 4 6 and 8 feet in length. Address J. rick, Winter Haver, Fla. 10-6-7t eod FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light house-keeping. Apply 609 Bronson street. 10-5-6t FOR SALE Five room bungalow, furnished. AH modern conveniences. Garage and chickens, located on Francis Road, Palatka Heights. William H. Brown. 10-4-6t FOR SALE Half or all interest in OWL Cale and Soft Drink Stand, the best location in Palatka. Apply 306 Lemon St 10-4-6t FOR RENT One nice furnished room. Apply 208 North Fifth St. 6-4t BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL TORY OF PALATKA DIREC- You can find the name and address of every live Professional and Busi ness man in the city in this column. If your name is not here we sug gest that you see us NOW. STOP AT THE Putnam House 1 OPEN ALL THE YEAR Rates $1.00 Per day and up. Florida East Coast RAILWAY Flagler System Departure of passenger trains from Palatka, Union Station, for East Pa latka, daily: No. 101 10:10a.m. No. 1031:40 p. No. 1054:50 p.m. No. 107 5:55p. Arrival and departure of passenger trains at East Palatka Station. SOUTHBOUND DAILY No. 29 Miami Local 11:45a.m. No. 85 Havana Special 5:15p.m. No. 37 K. West Express.. 11:13p.m. NORTHBOUND DAILY No. 38 K. West Express.. 6:10a.m. No. 86 Havana Special 10:42a.m. No. 30 Miami Local 5:15p.m. Trains 85 and 86, through, between New York and Key West, via A. C. L. north of Jacksonville; dining car ser vice. Trains 37 and 38, through slee per New York and Miami, S. A. L. north of Jacksonville. J. D. RAHNER, G. P. A- EAT AT Joyner's Restaurant H. T. JOYNER, Prop. Meals 35c 612 Lemon St. Meet me at White's Pool Room 116 Lemon Street The most popular place in town Tables have all been recushioned. Bardin's Machine Shop Repairing All Kinds Machinery, Boilers and Blacksmith Work 118 South Second Phone 339 Mattresses Made Over Old Matrresses Made New Work Guaranteed Prices Right Veg:Hair Mfg. Co. Phone 432 6th Street JOHN J. MURPHY Real Estate Browning's Barber Shop 29 Years of satisfactory service ' "The Fountain of Youth." G. ARTHUR BROWNING, Prop. Howell Hotel "On the River Front" Most comfortable rooms in the city Reasonable Rates MRS. WM. JOHNSON, Prop's American Shoe Shoo Will do your shoework right. Give us a trial. S. L. NORRIS, Prop. 403 Lemon street. Chero-Cola 5c Children's Haireutting a Specialty Strictly First Class White Barber Putnam Barber Shop 214 Lemon Street S. J. Denmark, Pron .Palatka, Fla. Union. NOTICE On account of holiday my store will be closed on Wednesday. Open Thursday morning. LEO JACOBSON Popular Dry Goods & Shoe Store. range. Good condition at $12.50, worth $30. Inquire at 310 Main street. 13-2t STRAYED or stolen, pointer pup py, about six months old, white and i brown. Answers to name of "Nell." Reasonable reward. W. B. Sadler, IATINEE 3 P. M. NIGHT 6:45 P. M. TOD A Y Alice Lake in "The Greater Claim" Added Attraction Fox News and Mutt and Jeff TOMORROW Eugene O'Brien in.- "I Life Worth Living Also International News and a Comedy Has Plenty of Punch, But No Kick HYTONE i 11 IS LUU1 JUU 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. The Human Guardians The Sun And the Eyes The sun gives us light, clears the way for the eyes to see stumbling blocks and misrepresentations. USE THEM TO YOUR ADVANTAGE Do not take words or pictures for granted when in need of buying: come to our store when shopping for Ladies, Misses and Children's Wear. Examine our goods and you will convince yourself that our Suits, Coats, Dresses, Blouses, Sweaters, Skirts in fact, every article is of the highest quality in materials, latest style, best workmanship at prices Less than offered by any other retail establishment re gardless of location. USE YOUR EYES AND JUDGMENT Extra fine Jersey Jumper and Coat Suit Combinations at $14.95 Our Store Will be Closed Today Until 5:30 O'clock. 1 B!JT Atlantic Grocery Co. Wholesale Distributors Palatka, Florida Don't fail to see tomorrow, Friday and Saturday, our newly arrived Suits, Coats, Dresses, Sweaters and Scarfs which we will offer to the public at extreme Bargains. COME AND LOOK THEM OVER The Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Sis.