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Ml D. Watr CotmnsE:vents Thursday , Mrs. F. 2: 130 p. m. ft8 at ' riuh: 3:00 p. m. 7on;MrB.J.H.MilMca. T.. mm. George E. Ford, lortwi - ,, , . A U Mrs. J. Hwre" ""t v.. .. i.na n. m. ..J American Legion i tauvv tort dice party; Miss Nell ,.i .H Miss Katheryn Lat- ...tin Recent Bride. d farming young matrons de- I...H. attained a number of nun - - , U t auction, yew:rujr aa- I. in hmor of Mrs. Joseph M Ul, a popular bride of the faU Lj, The laaies wu iwipiuucu- Mrs Harrell were mrs. n. n. hm a ner " k. .nHitorium of the Woman s L where the affair took place, L effectively decorated with Utfci of .bnliant yetiow eiuer greenery, artistically arrangeu fifteen tablos were arranged for it auction, and marking the places L ti. nlavers were dainty tames L i. .n odd little design. A yel- w m - .haired cupid was percnea on tne L nf a tea cup, reaching for a ' ... ' rose, thus carrying out m or, the golden color-scheme of the idtf Morf ins, November 3, IQ2I PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGES1 x 0 c i a l not es prWonal gossip joining the card players for tea, were: Mesdames F. J. Fearnside, S. J. Hilburn, John Walton, W. A. Wal ton, H. 0. Hamm, A. V. Long, J. H. Yelverton, A. M. Haughton, Marga ret race, K. r. Adams, Sr., R. F. Adams, Jr., H. E. Merryday, G. W. Bassett, A. W. Houston, J. W. Darsey r tr T7J o a t. . . ' . a.. aa,uc, o. o. crowning and F. S. Browning, Miss Ella Woodruff Hostess. The members of the N.N.D.D. Club were entertained ternoon by Miss Ella Woodruff at ner nome on South Sixth street. The nanoween idea was carried out in the attractive decorations, and dur ing tne interesting game of auction which was a feature of the occasion. mmea uuue in nauoweien, design were used. Thet prize-winners on this r-- sant occasion were Missed TWnti,,. VV.WV1I Townsend and Misa Janmielin Purs- ley, lo tne former, who held high score at tne conclusion of the game, was awarded a beautiful Japanese card case, while an unique Hallo we'en pumpkin was presented to Miss Jacquclin Pursley as a consolation prize. Followintr the awarding nf nriipa the hostess, assisted by her sister, Miss Mary Ruth Woodruff, served her guests with pear salad, saltines, tuna fish sandwiches and coffee. Present, yesterday afternoon were: Misses Dorothy Townsend, Dorothy Meigs, Jacquelin Pursley, Gertrude Mayer, Katherine Ray, Ruth Brown ing, Margaret Schmitt, of Jackson sonville, and Essie Woodruff. if red Hnn (rVitnn a - MAni. u:.ia Mrs. Wattles' guests, who are, In vited ror half after one oclock, in clude a few of the close friends of the honoree. Friday Bridge Club. The mpmhera nf ha Pvirlai Piilfa wi v..w M.UUJ a.i.ak Club will be the guests this after noon,, of Mrs. T. E. Mobley, at her home on River street. Mrs. Mobley has invited her guests for three thirty oclock. Presbyterian Philathea ' Class Meets Monday. The members of the Philathea claas of the Presbvterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. S. McCormack Monday evening. This meeting, which is called for eiriit oclock. will follow a meeting of Circle number four of the Presbyterian church which is called for seven oclock, to take place at Mrs. McCormack s home This is an imnortant meetinz and all members are urged to attend. No Meeting Wegotem Club This Week. The Wegotem Club will not meet this week, owing to conflicting dates. The next date of meeting for this little club will be announced later. i number of interesting rubbers r- - ire enjoyed, and when scores were nired at the conclusion of the I, it was found that Mrs. A. P. r" " Wy, of Newman, ua., new nign lit, and Mrs. N. U. Kiles second U. To each of these ladies was Mt a nretty embroidered card lit cover. To Mrs. W. Carl Davis, L belli low score, was presented a hi Ucouered set of card table hben. The honoree, Mrs, Harrell, hostess gave a handsome electric ifle iron. Mowing the awarding of prizes, k Johnson and Mrs. Sutherland, iiitel by a number of friends, Erred their guests with chicken hi, saltines, cheese balls, pickles, coffee tin. Harrell was charming, yes- tJiy. in a lovely frock of dark Le lace over satin of the same Scarlet flowers provided a lint touch. With this she wore larze black oicture hat. Plivine cards vesterdav afternoon the guests of Mrs. Johnson and i. Sutherland were: Mesdames J. Harrell. C. E. O'Connor, E. D. inell, A. A. Corcoran, T. K. Ware, M. Fearnside, F. C. Cochrane, J. Hauchton. J. H. Millican. Imogen Collins, C. B. Ryan, T. E. Mobley, L Culbreath, Warner T. Hamm, W, Tilirhnian, C. P. Philips, Noah Tilehman. L. E. Tennev. G. E. Ah, C, E. Anderson, H. N. Kirk- , L. S. Barstow, J. B. Darby, !ph E, Macdonald. H. L. Gardner, w Jarmon, L. D. Philips, C. W. nelL A. M. Hediek. Robert L. Pight, N. O. Riles, W. Carl Davis, i- Dekle, C. E. Currie, J. S. Lisen Goode M. Guerrv. J. V. Walton, m E. Ford, John H. Randolph, W. Elliott. M. M. Vickers. C. nti Rowton. H. F. Leeks. T. J. Rett, J. W. Barnett, J. W. Brown- ! M- H. Shaw, S. C. Stalhngs, E. Shelly, J. Emmett Brown, Weldon Henley, R. R. Wilkerson, E. Perry !i A. P. Murphy, of Newman, ua., Mattox, and M. B. Cochrane, Misses Alice Elliott, Winifred piling, Florence Davis, Irene !erton, Rena Brown, Helen War Ellene Merryd; West-end Club Entertained. A profusion of autumn-tinted fol iage, tastefully arranged in low bowls and baskets, was used in doc- orating the pleasant Leeks home for an affair of Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leeks were entertaining the West-end Club, of which they are members, and a few other friends. When scores were compared, at the conclusion of the play, it was found that Mr. J. C. Campbell held high score among the gentlemen, and Mrs. E. D. Ferrell among the ladies. To the former was awarded the two' packs of playing cards which make ud the usual club prize, and to Mrs. rerrell wa sgiven uie mree glasses. Following the game, those present enjoyed sandwiches and coffee. The club will meet next week with Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Riles at their home on Emmett street. Club members present besides the host and hostess, were: Mr. and Mrs C. A. Hedger, Mr. and Mrs". J. C Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. N. 0. Riles, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferrell, and Mr. o,.,f YvMa others nlavincr were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hart, Mrs. Imo gen F. Collins, Mrs. Nell R. Varnes, and Mr. Fred Leeks. Thursday Tea at Country Club Today. The first of the winter series of .11. .L t..a tn be eiven at tne country iuu will take place this aftsrnoon during the hours from four to seven ociotK. Hostesses, this afternoon, will be Mrs. Warner T. Hamm, Mrs. A. A. Corcoran, Mrs. C. E. Anderson and Miss Omar Davis. It is probable that a large number ,f clnh members will drive over to the club to enjoy tennis, dancing or , . ....n..nli.,i-a nf the just the pleasant uuiiu"-'- - place this afternoon. Dowda-McGauley. Mr. Stubend Dowda and Miss Clif ford McGauley were married last night at 9 oclock. in the nresence of a few friends at the residence of Rev. E. M. C. Dunklin. Both of the contracting parties are very popu lar among their large circle of friends. Mrs. P. L. Cave has returned to her home here after an absence of sdme length spent at points in the Carolinas. Mrs. George M. Shearouse and little daughter. Jocelvn. have return ed to their home here after spending some time visiting relatives in Kis- simmee. John Cannon was among Pa latkans spending yesterday in Jack snnville -Fripnd nf Mrs. Ti. V. TK)n are reirretting that she continues ill. Mrs Lood has been ill for several weeks at the home of her brother and sis ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C Cochrane. Mrs. C. R. Ellington, of Jack sonville, spent the week-end here as the guest of her sister, Ms Marg uerite Scull. Mrs. E. P. Chamberlin and son, Devereux. have returned from an extended stay with relatives in Geor gia. After several weeks stay at Warm Springs, they went to Atlan ta, where they spent the remainder of the summer and the early fall. Miss Bonnie Green will leave thia week for her home in Brunswick Ga.. after spending two months here as the guest of Mrs. C. H. Grimm, at her home on Dodge street The many Palatka friends of Mrs. Stanley James, of Yalaha, will he o-lad to hear that she has com nlctelv. recovered from her recent ill ness. Mrs. James' mother, Mrs Harriette Mclnvaine, of this city, is with her. MissHattie A. Buky and Mrs A. Tucker left yesterday for an ex tended trin down the eastcoast Tehv will visit Mrs. George K u hi at Shiloh, also friends at Daytona, New Smvrna and Titusville -L-Mrs. Mae D. Fletcher, state dvnutv of the woman's benefit aiso- eiatiorj of the Maccabees, iww arrive in the city today tor a slay oi se veral days in the interest of the local Pulntkn. Review No. 4 H. M. Fearnside will leave this ....;,. fn a few dav's stay at T ndisfin. George Everson, J. P. Lamb and r H. Kennerlv will leave this morn fnr a trin to central Florida rS CHEAPER TO RIDE IN THE NEW 1922 MODELS Than it used to be to stand on the running board a year ago. Good O'coats today Michaels-Stern and Bines. Coats in every conceivable model and fabric $25.00 to $45.00 Same qualities brought $50 at the start of 1921 and the same grades are still being heard of at ?40 to fed in lots of clothing departments. But here self praise isn't convinc ing self, appraisal is. The coats are here where you can examine them and we are selling them to people who have worn clothes for years. Mrs. Calhoun and Mrs. Philips t bntertain. m i "h - m , T , . A delightful affair of next lues- Mr. fcverson win g a-.a.u , -i.v will be the auction party at .Messrs Lamo ami ivcimei.y ... , : i. i.. Julian ( . Calhoun ami to bantora ,.. . Ait,t r. I'ni ids win eiui-i vull ine (jeiiume iaiuci 11. muci. u - . ; --- .l.:. f.inmlc The affair i i. ..r-..f.." slinners. for Men a number oi men ai.v rult . w'l! take place at the American w La(lies and Children jusi m p en Home, uu k"" ' . for three-thirty oclock. In Honor of Mrs. Harrell. m, F D. Wattles will entertain at luncheon in honor of Mrs. J u....,n t,dav. Mrs. narren, aai'cu, . marr M. who WILKINSON'S Phone 453 crnp and see that Wonder Bottle This ad is donated by a friends of ,i;ohle,l soldiers. The Wonder Bot tle was built by one. It's a wonder Opposite Court House, Lemon bt GRAND TODAY Lionel Barrymore m "The Master Mind IKferhational News and a lomeay T" TOMORROW Bebe Liels in "9E WILD WEEK" Fox News and a Comedy, i.- wwtiiei.,ii WffcWiMja,Mri 4.. small farm suitable for raising po tatoes. State price, terms and loca tion. Post office box 261 or rnone 251-W. ll-l-6t S V. ft- FOR SALE OR TRADE Four teen (14) volumes of American Law and Procedure, ideal for the busi ness man's library. These are not second-hand books in any sense. Will trade for typewriter or bicycle; what have you to offer? Phone 273 or 218. H-l-6t FOR RUNT Two furnished sleep ing rooms, modern, and . located ia most pleasing part of city. Gentle men preferred. References exchang ed. Phone 218. ll-l-6t TO RENT Furnished rooms, 412 North Sixth St. 10-29-6t FOR SALE Delco Light Plant in in good condition. Apply W. S. Min- ton. Palatka Heights. 18-30-bt WANTED To borrow J300.00 on good real estate security, city prop erty. Address "B," News Ufflce. Oct. 29-7t FOR RENT Furnished light house keetiinir rooms, also sleeping rooms 20R River street. 10-29-6t FURNISHED Room for rent 402 North Sixth street. 10-28-6t FURNISHED ROOKS For light housekeeping; 422 N. 6th St, 10-27-6 SPEED BOAT In first class con dition. 18 miles, 1350.00. Box 82, Pa latka. Fla. 10-30-7t Browning-Fearnside Company Palatka's Best Men's Store REPORT OF MEETING OF W. M. U. AT PALATKA The Woman's Missionary Societies of the St. John's Union met at Pa latka Saturday, Oct. 29, at the First Baptist church. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs L. C. Stephens. Devotional services were led by Mrs. Shuler of Green Cove Springs Address of welcome by Mrs. C. Hudson; response by Mrs. J. Brown. Mrs. E. M. C. Dunklin being the only district superintendent present, made a report on District No. Z Mrs R. A. Thomas, organizer and leaider of the Sunbeams, gave a report of her work. Reports were then made from the didffcrent societies represented. The "Standard of Excellence" was discussed by Mrs. P. F. Hudson, then Miss Cecelia Nolan further discus sed the subject, encouraging the so rieties to reach the "standard' and become "A-l" unions. CLASSIFIED ADS From now on, this winter, I will be in mv office five full days in the week from 9 a. m. to 12, and from 1:30 to :15 B. m. Thursdays I will work at home un less urgent calls demand me at my office. A. L. DAVENNT. FORRENT One six room house r.n Hawthorne street. Phone 162-W R. CONWAY. LOST Two bulldogs, one white and brindle with white ring around neck white streak down forehead other black all over with brindl legs and white tip on toes. Short tails and ears scuare. Reward of $10 E returned to Chef Cook Hotel ames. ll-3-3t ""i-iip-Sit sdThe cheapest five Tinmen u-er far in Florida, 1920 model Come and see for yourselt. nuuu SMITH. 3ifi N. First St. ll-d-dt POSITION as stenographer or of fice girl. Adciress 720 Lemon St. 3-6t TrAiNTER First class, BRANNON 815 Laura street, lowest rates. 11-3-6 FOR SALE One two-story house oUr. a harira n in others, ana a lew ohniee building lots. Apply MRa. H . ATWATER. U-J-Jut V(1R SALE Or exchange for city property, nice house and bearing or-i nre e-rove. X. i . i.., oare news LOST Ladies black flat purse containing $5.C5 in cash and opened letter, on Reed street, between bteam i on,lrv and First street. Return to TILGHMAN HARDWARE CO. and poxoivp reward. 11-2-Jt w A VTF.D Small cash register. Apply CENTRAL MARKET. ll-2-3t FOR RENT House, five large wwims. with bath and sleeping porch, all furnished. Electric lights. Phone 310-W "-z WASHING WANTED By first class washer. Apply at 1011 19th St FOR SALE One Singer sewing lachine, in good condition; one ko- one foil size bed: two til. in a am, rugs. Apply at Brown Apartment, FOR SALE New it room bwg" low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros. FOR SALE Maxwell ear with truck body, Just the thing for de livery car. Good condition. Engtne just overhauled. Price right Merry day Grocery Co. 10-18-tf Distinctive Millinery Nowhere is the .story e new m0e more FOR RENT One three-room un- furnished apartment. Apply Sara toga Hotel. t NEW STYLE Beverage, 15c; Hamburger Sandwiches, 5c; Hot Dogs, Hot Rolls, 5c; Draft Beer. 306 Lemon street 10-26-10t FOR SALE Licht delivery Ford truck in good mechanical conditioc. $200 cash. Ford Sales Co. 10-ap-tl LOST bunch of keys. Leave at News office and receive reward. 22tf FOR SALE Petermann's famous Cedar chests. One ready for imme diate delivery. Apply to Henis Fe termann. Palatka. Fla.. 10-22-12t FOR SALE L. S. Mays of East Palatka has gallon syrup cans for sale at $13 per 100. 10-21-14t FOR SALE Nice sweet potatoes at the right price; also oranges and grapefruit. W. G. Tilghmatj, imone 50. i 10-lB-tf FOR RENT Front half of store building in heart of city. Suitable for small merchandising business, real estate and insurance or general offices. Ground floor. See G. M. Gnerrr at News office. MASON CORD TIRES 10 and 5 per cent OFF the new low nt nriaAWe have thirty Ma son Heavy Duty Cords, from 30x3 to 35x5 for quick Bale lor cash. OLIVER BB O S. CONVENIENT SCHEDULE TO JACKSONVILLE ON PILOT BOY The Palatka-Jacksopville Steam boat Line has innaugprated a sche dule to and from Jacksonville by the Pilot Boy that wule a great con venience to Palatkan desiring to make the daylight irip. The boat will leave Palatka at 9, a. m. oft Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and return at 3 p. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Meals will be served tlJgtard. tf VELVET Hit "The World'sIH . u. Flour" SO WEAK SO NERVOUS How Miserable This Woman Was Until She Took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound , 1 m 1 n 'I ,.P7AWAI fAiiklir IvHIIIlBUUli, ua a Duuncu . with backache and headache all the time, BW4 WUWBHWiilwas so wean aim ner m ! V KiJvous I didn't know lr" Siawhattodo. andconld not do my work. My . A 1 A trouoie was ueiicieui and irregular peri ods. I read in the Sapers what Lydia . Pinkham's Vege table Compound had done for others and decided to give it a trial. I got good results from Its use .1 . T hah. Vla An m tr 'urnrlr BU UlUb A Bill WV.T. w -"J ........ win. Vocrato KIa rV,mnniinH 1 recumiireiiu " to my friends who have troubles similar 1 u ..... to mine ana yuu iiit utvo uiewi Aav.o as a testimonial. ' 'Mrs. C. F. Phillips, Toomsboro, Ga. Weak, nervous women make unhappy homes, their condition irritates both husband and children. It has been mlA Ik.l ninjAlanflia if th iwrvnim prostration, nervous despondency, "the blues," irritability and backache arise from some aisptacemenc or Derange ment of a woman's system. Mrs. Pnil- lallaw faara aV.aja to nil Athei remedy is so successful in overcoming ... .... T i: . c I. A ' UUS conaition as ijym ha. A-uitiaiu ngs. Appiy a-av-a. A.r-.M th.m jonditio,, M Ly( WANTER To rent, lease or buy Vegetable Compound. fSthan in our Milinery. y Lngaging small shapes designed with unerring instinct for their fitness for tailor ed costume, bespeak their Parisian origin in every inch of their simplicity. Dressy shapes, with less conventional lines, and an abundance of glowing color are entranciagly picturesque. f X SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF FURS AND FUR CHOKERS Mrs. T. W. Tillman Cannon's Pure Food Market (A MARKET ABOVE THE AVERAGE) "One Small ProBt Qn Each Sale, But a Volume of Sales" fa Our Motto. We Call That Good Business Oysters Mackerel Codfish Spring Lamb, Baby Veal, Western Beef, Florida Pig Pork FANCY FOWL and FRYERS (Dressed to Order) Special Today Cash Only Sugar Cured Skinned Hams' 11 Whole or Half 'J lu' Sugar Cured Breakiast Bacon 1C Ik By the Strip Fresh Country CC JnT Eggs uu" Ham Shanks (to boil) . . . , 25 lb. Lamb Breast, Veal Breast, Spare Ribs, Victory Steak, Round Steak, Pork e)C iU Roast, Beef Roast w IU Colorado Celery, Boston Head Lettuce Maryland Tomatoes, Danish Cabbage, Canadian Turnips, Spanish Onions, New Carrots, Green string Beans, Yel low Squash, Eggplant, Sweet Green Jonathan Apples, Avocadoes Grapefruit, Tangerines, Pineapples, Cran berries, Peppers, Fancy Cukes Our Prices and Variety Wins Us Friends And Service Keeps Them i I -YOU MAY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE BUT YOU CAN BUY NO BETTER ' Quality Cleanliness Service PHONE TWO-SEVEN ; 1 lit J 5 4t f' fir 1 ' l4: 4,t I ! J'V- . ,. 1 J, t. , f . " ili 1 -r ' 1 i '' - ! "