Inv Morning, October 20, 1021
PALATKA DAILY NEWS
SOCI A L N OJTJs
fERSO N ALG0Sslp
I Burglar Turns On
I Lights and Rifles
: the Richard Home
r.mmns tvents "
mg Matrons' uiud; Mrs.
Rrowmng, nosiess; o:ov x
? : t x
n nn n ni ! hpnpfit the 4
me; v-w "
i-g of Miss Boyd.
following from the Columbia
State will te interest to
Boyd's many friends in Pa-
marriage yesterday alternoon
iS Louise Boyd, teacher of vio
rhicora College for Women, to
ir Neil Green, of Chester, Pa.,
iome as a au'i"1" "
ibia friends of the bride. It was
zed at 0 ociock at ine aome
and Mrs. T. J. Watson in the
apartments, the Rev. Joseph
Uker, rector of St. Timothy's
ipal church, officiating, in the
ice of a few intimate menas
iride was given in marriage by
young couple are remaining in
ibia for the present.
5 probable that she will re
in Columbia and fill her posi-
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rougn tne year, uui as me mar
inas hurriedly decided upon yes-
upon the arrival in the city
Green for a short visit, no
plans have been made.
today's ceremony was the cm-
ion of a romance which began
JSIiss Boyd and Mr. Green were
t,.,Wa in nninPHvilli fin . ho
r at Brenau college and the
at Riverside Military academy.
Jarmon,. J. B. Darby, L. B. Barstow,1
J. W. Brpwning, C. E. Anderson, and
Misses Winifred Browning, Mildred
Williams and Florence Smith.
Miss Myrtle Holder, is enjoying
a several weeks' "stay with friends
children are th
George E. Welch, at her
e guests of
A burglar entered the home of H.
C Richard at No. 415 North Fourth
street last night about 10 ociock,
rifled all dresser drawers, carried off
$35 in money and some small articles
of wearing apparel and jewelry. The
robbery was one of the boldest re
ported in Palatka in a long while.
Mrs. Richard was visiting neieh-
This is riot the kind of
that she is giving her services in an
industrial school for girls on Watha,
W. J. Short and wife of Indiana,!
Pa were here for two days last j weather tO think about
week renewing acquaintances of i
eight years ago when they spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Bickler and five
children have recently arrived and
are occupying their new home,
known as the Ferrell place, at East
S. W. Rowley motored to St. Au
gustine Tuesday and brought back
with him his mother, Mrs. J. S. Row
ley, and sister Miss Fannie. Since
home on bors and Mr,
group of young people who
have been enjoying a house party
at the Davis cottage at St. Augustine
Beach, are expected to return to their
home in Palatka today.
Dr. George E. Welch is spend-
..k same unie in Kentucky, where : She went back into the
ne is visiting relatives.
but in just a few days, Oil
Boy ! Look out. It's going
to be cold enough to
freeze you thru and thru.
Better pull out that old
I pretty cottage to completion, work-
ing day and night, and this week
, deep well, of the type mots used
j here, is being put down on the pro:
j George Anderson has the lumber
i on the ground and framing timbers
j in place for the cosy bungalow he is
i putting up on Tropic Avenue, the
j basement having been finished ear
! lier in the season.
' A very recent change in real es
' tate was effected wheij the Rubel
cottage was purchased by Mrs. Ellen
Lathrop. Other deals that are pend
ing will probabfy he closed very soon
and will aid in building up the town.
Miss Achsah Motes enjoyed a week
of vacation from duty last week, and
spent the time very pleasantly with
relatives and friends in Jacksonville.
The Sunshine Society was enter
tained last week, Wednesday, at the
home of Mrs. Mary Remington, and
the meeting was one of much inter
est to those present. A social good
time followed the disposition of busi
ness, and during this informal hour
Richard was at his of- .. . . , ,,, ,.
- , . Liuec ui ner uaugiuers, iurs. ADDOtt,
lice during the evening. When Mrs. Lf finh,.!;! 4i M,. p...i
Kicnard returned home she noticed ; of Savannah, and Miss Grace Rowley j Overcoat and have It
lights burning which she had turned ' of St. Augustine. , n -r
off before going out. She thought Mr. i deaned BUt lf
Richard had returned home and call-It TZTTTTZZZ 1 i haven t an Old One, ft,
ed to him, but there was no response. I
nntioal tW Jl J... J I '""""a ' IICI KUBSIS Wltn
. . v.w,, mt.t a 1 1 uicasri uiawtfl.S WITH t . ... .
Karl Mackey, of Valdosta n? i , . ., caKes and reiresmng iced tea. The . f n
a business visitor in Palatka ves-' and ' qUlckly occurred to semi-monthly schedule of meetings est With 'OU felloWS, We
fr -,!.,,. lier that SOme SLraniTpr hnH intni1 ; Will rtnw ho iocmnofl ami '
W. B. Crane and little son, Bo-; e(I and ni'Pht possibly be in the house,
hon, left yesterday for Atlanta," where ! She ve the alarm and when the po-
1 . t i
ithen tnats wnere we
come in. For, to be hon-
1 1 We Are Boied
1 Our Qlim I
they will attend the Western Electric lice arrived a thorough search was
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uuvcmiun. niaue duc me intruder nan mnrin h i
members of the Young Ma
Club will meet tomorrow af
n with Mrs. J. W. Browning
itess, at her home in the Davis
iraents on South Eighth street.
meeting date being Wednseday, Oct,
26, at th eLake Veiw.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilcox of Princeville,
Mrs. W. M. Goethe. Rrvnf. ' escane. IU- tne okl home town of the Co-
Mrs. H. S. Cummings and Mrs!j Mrs. Richard reported to the po-1 burns' were EtoPover est' f Miss
Clark were among Rodman ladies 'i that several nights ago she had ! Coburn last week, while on their way
ShODnini? n tho Com Tit,. 1 Observpf n -arh to mon nooir. i """-cr HUllie m inusvilie.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. O'Havcr left , 0,10 f tne windows,
yesterday afternoon for Miami, I Entrance was effected last night
where they were called by the illness , b-v raising a screen by some one
of the latter's cousin, Mr. John R. 1 standing on a fence right near the
Gourley. Both Mr. Gourley and his house. It is believed that he was
wife visited Mr. and Mrs. O'Haver some one familiar with the customs
last winter, and made friends who of tIle residents, and that he watched
will regret to hear of Mr. Gourley's tne opportunity to gain admittance.
I now be resumed and continued o rP chnwino thp hicrffpsf
during the winter season, the next I
ine this season that s ever
Mr. and Mrs. Bowles and two
daughters were among the many
Hastings visitors here yesterday.
Little Miss Lucy Johnson has
returned from a stay of some weeks
with relatives in Ocala. I
Mrs. Louis Kalbfield and Mrs. '
Nell R. Varnes returned yesterday
from a three weeks' stay at Day
tona Beach. j
Miss Louise Hudson is the guest 1
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
I J. W. Beach at their home in Grove
j land. Mr. and Mrs. Beach spent the
week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. P. j
China says she must fight Japan
with words. Well, a Chinese word
looks like a lethal weapon.
F. Hudson and Miss Hudson accom-
Browning has invited her
fnr thrpn-thirtv rtMnplr
Lds of Charies P. Philips th
ftfret to hear that he iS con-r . ...... .
I .. , , ,. . . I returned to their home at Avon
to his home by his illness and . . ,. ...
, I urn auri oiicuiiiiitr duiiiu time visil-
iope for his early recovery. . , , . I
and Mrs. J. W. Hart are! ... , , . ,
mg a portion of the week in . . ' , ' j
-ij , . fi-ifiu yitiiviuuy ill ramua,
i Edith Kupperbusch, Mrs. A.
Mrs. Charles Kupperbusch,
iss Bess O'Neil, Mr. and Mrs.
James spent this afternoon at
. and Mrs. James,, Miss Edith
Mrs. L. A. Smith leave to-
w Jacksonville to see Miss
f 'N'eil off on a boat trip to her
i New York.
fush Hostess to Clnh.
if delightful informal gath-
of th f.veek was the meeting
! Wegi.tem Club yesterday af
This little organization met
llrs. U'tcr Bush as hostess, at
use on River street,
living mom, where the guests
"I fr a pleasant chat over
f wing, was simply and pretti-
rate,! with golden-rod and
rwips;;. Toward the close of
oysHe afternoon, Mrs. Bush
her gsieitt with fruit' salad.
$ f'rtl.r;. .alfinps and nnnnli
'"g ye'terday afternoon with
Hush, uciv: Mcsdames Louis
Miss floressa bipprell and Miss
Sarah Bard were visitors to Bost
wickj, yesterday, and will spend to
day at Florahome.
Mrs. M. A. Minton and Mrs. S.
A. Minton, of Hastings, were shop
ping in Palatka yesterday.
L. M. White is making a short
business stay at Green Cove Springs
S. A. Tubbs was in the city from
J.rl B. Coleman, if Siuford, pas
sed through Palatka yesterday and
was joined here by his wife who has
i been visiting her mother, Mrs. T. R.
Illiggins. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman are
en route to South Carolina, called
by the death of the former's mother.
Colonel S. J. Hilhurn will spend
! today in Lake City, looking after
1 Mr. and Mrs. 15. S. Outlaw, of
' Rodman, were anum.:,' out-of-town
; visitors here yesterday.
;. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
' Johnson will be inton ated to learn
' that they exneet to move, on tlu
Miss J. P. Lyle spent Friday in
St. Augustine, a guest of Miss Mary
McLaughlin, formerly of Palatka.
J. A. and Ralph vJurby made a
business trip to Crescent City yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Dunsford of Palat
ka have been guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Ecker for the past week. '
Mr. and Mrs. Brosky and two chil
dren of Buffalo, N. Y., arc getting
settled in tlieir new home recently
purchased from Mrs. Collins.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ingraham and
Miss Hopkins of Jacksonville, were
visitors here on Sunday.
The many friends here of Mrs. H.
W. Bl acker will be interested to know
The latest word from Mrs. Amelia
Corthell is to the effect that their
plans for an early home coming have
been delayed because of business mat
ters, and it is now not quite-certain
when they will start south.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Nelson came
from Jacksonville Monday and will
have a week of freedom to spend in
their cottage home here.
The heavy rain of last Friday has
greatly refreshed 'all vegetation, and
encouraged people to go on with
planting of winter gardens.
Building activities are being hast
ened as rapidly as possible, in order
to have the new homes ready for
eaerly occupancy. The commodious
bungalow built by Mr. Francis for
the use of his poultry superintendent
been in town.
$22.50 to $40.00
Palatka's Best Men's Store
Mrs. Nagle, will be completed this
week, and is onoe of the most per
fectly planned and appointed houses
in th etown, reflecting great credit
upon the head which planned and the
hands that executed the work. A
private garden plot, poultry yard,
and rosery, all applied like the house,
with runrfjng water, go with this
James Lambert is rushing his
BUSLNESS AND PROFESSIONAL
TORY OF PALATKA
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 seej NOW;
STOP flT THE
OPKV ALL TH!' YAR
first of November, into the Smith Rates $1 .00 Per day and up.
j Apartments on South Third street,
j Little Miss Esther de Nazarieis
, ill at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Julien de Nazarie, to the
j regret of her friends who will hope
to hear shortly of her recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Russell
have returned from a short :;tay in
I - C. V. Luveland, of Satsuma, was
'.i. prominent out-of-town visitor here
Mrs. W. S. Buddington, of Mid
d'elmrg, spent yesterday here with
h-r sister, Air.;. V. M. Morgan.
-Mrs. W. II. Bryant, of Wclaka,
is the cu-'-t of relatives in Palatka.
Senator and Mrs. W. A. Russell,
i f Crescent City, spent yesterday in
.'Irs. Emma J. Robards has re
';".':ad to her home in Miami, after
(':.j(,yi,i;;- a visit here with her niece,
Mi". A. S. Harris, at her home on
H. T. JOYNER, Prop.
Meals 3,r3c U2 Lemon St.
Meet me at
White's Pool Room
110 Lea. on Street
The most popular place in town
Table's have all been recushioned.
29 Years of satisfactory service
'The Fountain of Youth."
G. ARTHUR BROWNING, Prop.
To lower the high prices that have prevailed
since 1910, and now have reduced our prices to
pre-war basis. Come in and let us show our
Cast Heaters, Oil Heaters and
Hot Blast Heaters
You will not get Better Stoves than these at any
price and we have them from
Wood Cook Stoves, Ranges, Oil Cook
Stoves and Ovens
These Stoves range in price from
$17.50 to $55.00
Gomes & Keilum
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE
CORNER SEVENTH AND LEMON STREETS
JATINEE 3 P. M.
Start Your Fall
Bardin's Machine Shop
Repairing All Kinds Machinery,
Boilers and Blacksmith Work
118 South Second Phone 330
"On the River Front"
Most comfortable rooms in the city
MRS. WM. JOHNSON, Prop's
Will do your shoework rifrht. Give
us a trial.
S. L. NORRIS, Prop.
403 Lemon street.
NIGHT 6:-15 '. M.
TO D A Y
Our Selected Seed 1'or the
South Insures Success
Mann-Hodge Seed Co.
and Poultry Supplies
Mattresses Made Over
Old Matrrosses Made New
Vego Hair Mfg. Co.
Phone 4 i2 6th Street
JOHN J. MURPHY
I 5c j pspss
I m h I f
Cannon's. Pure Food Market
(A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE)
Special Today Cash Only
CODFISH CELERY DILL PICKLES
Pure Porlc Sausage Head Cheese Liver Pudding
Franks "Franks Milwaukee Sausage and Meat
Treats"- "The National Delicatessen"
Frankfort Sausage Mortadel'a Qocse Liver Wieners
Braunsciiweijier Liver Kosher Salami Cooked Beef Briskets
Pastromer StnoKed Eecf Tongue Beef Fat
Largest variety fresh vegetables in the city
YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU
CAN KUY NO BETTER
Quality Cleanliness 'Service
Children's Haircnttinir a Specialty
Strictly First Class White IJarbera
Putnam Berber Shop
214 Lemon Street
S. J. Denmark, Prim- -Palatka, Fla.
J. WALTER IiiLLlAKD
fading Ameririiii and FoceijinGinipHnief
ALL "TAR CAST
"Da ngcrcus Curve Ahead"
International News and a Comedy
"Hearts and Flowers"
Th Leading Companiei
ALL CLAIMS PROMPTLY
North 2nd Straat
7 I W
She found another girl's face
powder on my coat sleeve.
MORAL: Send your suits to
Gem City Pressery
and there will ba no tell
W. E. Walker, Prop.
308 Lemon St. Phone 268
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! in Cap gJ -
W- HE vearcr of a "
jre Fit' Cap is certain
ibsoluta comfort at all time,
molarinrf and it can bo made to fit
srj'.ig'y alter a hair-cut.
Shrinkage or stretching wi'il never end the usefulness of
the "Sure-Fit" Cap. A puli on the strap with the little
invisible buckle and the cap is instantly re-sized to fit
perfectly. The fit stays absolutely correct down to the
last day the cap is worn.
All colors, fabrics and
shapes popular prices
AT YOUR RETAILER'S or write to
New York City
Fearnside Clothing Company.
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