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: v -- i mklMorning, November 5, 1921 ;:Bfi Lis J. lit SO CI A L N 0 T E S . AND . k-' PERSONAL GOSSIP TRl.lRPHnlUin an. . homing msvciuj Saturday Heart dice party; Miss Nell j and Miss Katheryn Lat- hostesses; 4:00 p. m. October Brides Share t Brilliant Reception t H Millican was the hostess u.ntifn v acDOimea reception t Btou. , - -j. oftprnoon at her home on ffJWJ . . i Ha- k Fourth street. iurs. mimcan Utertaininff in honor ol ner sis- j, Georpe K. r ora, ana 01 Mrs. Hurrell. Both honorees u married about the middle of r and their many tricnas en tku nDiwrtunity of greetine ifter their return from their tiins. Mrs. Ford was, before ..rrinae. Miss Martha Dancy. Jn. Harrcll was Miss Winifred l.u, Ltifal weather combined with a atmosphere to make of this in one of the most enjoyed iffairs of the season. The in guests were greeted by Mrs. Corcoran and Mrs. H. M. tide. Receiving in the living- were Mrs. Millican and the ho- Artistic decorations of fea istaraeus fern and other ;. combined with masses of roses, making a lovely setting charming group. Mrs. Milli- tore a smart frock of black crepe, made on simple lines. iiborately trimmed with green Her sister, Mrs. Ford, was be eowned in a girlish French of faille taffeta, made on bouf- ie!. This gown was in the new colorings, a novel trimming Mvided in the spray of the draped from the shoulder the skirt. Mrs. Ford carried ostrich fan as a foil for her u costume. Mrs. Harrell was in white brocaded Georgette nacefully draped model with Irtit trimming. She carried an iqoet of pink carnations, which ri the touch of color. living the guests in the libra- is was decorated with the FT, pink roses and coral vine. In. H. A. Johnson, Mrs. M. B. p, and Mrs. Louis Jarmon.Mrs pin invited the guests to the pun, where the lighted pink rtich were a feature of the m throughout the rooms. Mained in golden candelabra fi as a central decoration for P , where asparagus fern and tos completed the charming ft either end of the table were vs. A. W. Houston and Mrs ft Wattles, the former foe latter coffee. A bevv of ptrons, Mrs. T. K. Ware. Gardner, Mrs. C. E. O'Con- Mrs. F. C. Cochran Rprvprl tkicken salad with saltines. s, olives and mints. Fur ling Mrs. Millican in lnnk F the pleasure of her guests u. Dancy, Mrs. J. H. "Mrs. A. M. Hjliiir),., on r McCormack. hundren and twenty-five d during the afternoon thf hospitality of Mrs. estingly of the origin and character istics of the American Indian. Rev. Dunklin is well known as an authori ty on any subject pertaining to the Indians, and beinig interested in hii ujw:t as well as well informed, he held the close attention of his hearers Following Rev. Dunklin, Mrs. E L mann gave a talk on the myths, le gends and relics of the Indians. Mrs. Mann, who alwava in a charming manner. ,u of readings of the beautiful legends and myths of the red men, illustrat ing how the Indian, even in hig poe try, holds close to the soil and the things of nature. Mrs. F r .Tnob- then spoke of the reverence of the mcuan for various sacred things. Mrs. Stallings then intrnrf,, ti.. club, Dr. W. H. Hiller, of Jackson ville, who gave a short but intensely interesting talk. Dr. Hi his subject, "What thP Whifo Owes the Indian," and illustrated his talk by giving concrete examples of splendid traits of Indian rl,sDt which might well be imitated by the superior race. After the singine of "Amprio" u the alub, tea was served by Mrs. T. J. Barnett and Mrs. J. D. Points. Mrs. G. W. Bassett was the hostess for the afternoon. The club house presented a most attractive aDnearanoe wim its simple but effective decorations of greenery and purple blazing stars. Florida Automobile Association to Be Put on a New Basis I By Anoclfi.rJ l'ro,. i Orlando, Nov. 4. Complete reor ganization of the Florida State Au tomobile Association was effected here today when the board of trus tees elected J. E. Bingham, of At lanta, secretary of the organization to succeed J. E. Benson, whose resig-1 nation was read and accepted at the j meeting. ! , M. M. Smith, of Winter Park, for mer chairman of the state road de partment, and present head of the association, announced that the new secretary would 'begin immediately of plans for a drive to increase mem bership and place the association in a position to render service such as now is furnished in Ohio, New York and California by similar organizations. PALATKA DAILY NEWS I . :.i MmvtmSmumm 1 Alice Kortas. ll-4-6t PAGE 5 4- STOP and see that Wonder Bottle". This ad is donated by a friends of disabled soldiers. The Wonder Bot tle was built by one. It's a wonder, Opposite Court House, Lemon St. Hamburger Sandwiches, 5e; Hot uogs, Jdot Kollg, Bo; Draft Beer. 30S Lemon street 10-26-10t t TP w 7 ; At the "Center Market, Lemon . street. See Watson, let him sell you ; meat. 618 Lemon street, phone 427. I Nov. 4-6t. WANTED Salesman with car to ; call on dealers with a low priced 8000 mile tire. $100.00 week with j extra commissions. Master Produc tion Corporation, South Bend, Indiana. Urging Connection of Lakes and Gulf Story Hour Today. The children are reminded of thp opening of the storv and nlav hnnr this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock on the City Hall lawn. A large number is expected to come out and participate in te games to be led bv Mr. Tenters of Palatka Community Service. A special attraction will be some musi cal numbers by the primary children. Ihere will be s tories a plenty, this being in charge of the ladies who have volunteered to take charge of this branch of Community Service. Parents are urged to send their chil dren this afternoon. Chicago, Nov. 4 The Illinois chamber of commerce is Dressing fnv completion of the Illinois waterway, connecting the Great Lakes with the Gulf via the Illinois river. At its annual meeting the chamber unanimously adopted a resolution asking a conference with Gov. Small of Illinoise to inquire about "delay in the letting of contracts for the locks and dams." FLORIDA METROPOLIS SERVICE ON CONFERENCE IS COMPLETE To Entertain This Afternoon A delightful affair of this ' after noon will be the heart dice party given by Miss Nell Bond and Miss Kathe ryn Lattimer. Their guests are in vited to gather at the Bond home on North Third street at four o'clock Cresting Speakers Hub Meeting we!y meeting of the u took place yesterday ""h a large numbpr of present. The ,PoHn Jf by the president, Mrs. ;ll;nPS who immeHiiitplv tetto the literary commit- - -I i narge ot the pro ne day. ,(n Walton, who was to ;-cted the meeting was ill, Miss Susie Walton, ;er Place. Those present in the singing of 'l Florida," sung to the ,;lary'and, My Maryland," ' Walton introduced Rev. who spoke inter-! Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gerber will leave today for DeLand where they will spend the week-end as the guests of relatives Mrs. H. B. Smith and daughter Florence, of Green Cove SpringB, were among shoppsrs here vester day. Mrs. S. A. Baker was amone vis itors here yesterday from Seville Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Em mett Brown and their little son. Em mett Brown, Jr., will regret to know that the latter is ill at his home on North Third street, and will hope for the little fellow's earlv recovery Mr. and Mrs. H, P. Peterson, of West Tacoi, were in Palatka yester day. Mrs. Peterson was among out of-town guests at the reception given by Mrs. J. H. Millican yesterday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Minton, of Hastings, were shopping here yes terday. Among Hastings ladies spending yesterday afternoon in Palatka were: Mrs. Keneth Brenizer, Mrs. J. H. Reed. Mrs. C. H. Middleton. Miss Louise Moragne, Mrs. T. L. McEl-l vayne. Mrs. W. H. Hoyt sailed Thursday from New York for FRlorida. She if I expected to arrive in Palatka today. Miss Fay MeCullough and Miss j Gladys MeCullough, of Hastings,! were in Palatka yesterday to attend the football game. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. George McReynolds will be interested to knnw that thev pxneet to make their future home in Palatka. Mrs. McRey- nolds is the daughter of Colonel and Mrs. S. J. Hilburn of this city, and her marriage to Mr. McReynolds was a brilliant event of the spring The Florida Metropolis, at Jack sonville, is planning to cover the dis armament conference with a staff of the greatest living yriters. accord ing to an announcement made by Quimby Melton, vice president and general manager of the Metropolis, today. Included in the list are H. G. Wells. Mary Roberts Rinehart, William Jen nings Bryan, Norman Haveood. Ga briel D'Annunzio, David Lawrence, Rear Admiral Fiske and others. In addition to these, The Metropolis an nounces, full reports of the Associat ed Press, the United Press, the In ternational News Service, the Univer sal News Service, the Consolidated Press and the Newspaper Enterprise Association will be carried .daily. "In offering this service to the teo pie of Florida," Mr. Melton says in his announcement, "we are trvine to outdo any other Southern newspaper. .The coming conference is the biggest thing since the war and it is our in tention to cover it in every respect. In styling itself as Florida's Great est Newspaper the Metropolis be lieves it has a reputation to live up to, and is going to do it without con sideration of expense in giving our readers the best news and views of the disarmament conference." Would you take the word of a Centenarian? He walked spryly into the store a gingerly gentleman passed 90. He asked to be shown a Michael Stern Suit and added "IT MUST BE A MICHAELS-STERN. When we complimentally commented on his nimbleness of step arid the ac curacy of hig speech he replied Nothing wonderful about it I've had nearly a hundred years in which to learn how to walk and nearly that long experience on how to buy clothes. Society Brand, Kuppen- heimer and Michaels Stern Suit and Over coats $30.00 to $60.00 with strong concentration on note worthy fabrics at $35.00. From now on, this winter, I will be in my office five full days in the week, from 9 a. m. to 12, and from 1:30 to 5:15 p. m. Thursdays I will work at home un less urgent calls demand me at my office. A. L. DAVENNT. FOR RENT One six room house, on Hawthorne street. Phone 162-W. E. R, CONWAY. Browning-Fearnside Company Palatka's Best Men's Store At the Grand AMERICAN LEGION ELEVEN TO PLAY STETSON TODAY Some high class football is prom ised the fans for this afternoon at 3:30 oclock when the local American Legion eleven engages the fast team from Stetson University. The Legion men have a brilliant array of talent to pick from, many of them being former college stars. Following the game this afternoon the visitors will be entertained with i dance at the Legion hall, commenc ng at i oclock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sabbath school at U:45 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. .Morning subject, "The Cost and Curse of War." Evening subject, "Following the Crowd." Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock p. m. i You are cordially invited to wor ship with us at all services. MND THEATRE PEE 3 P. M. NIGHT 6:45 P. M. TODAY flake in "UNCHARTERED SEAS" And a Comedy pWELL TODAY WALKER MURPHY in "Fair Play" And 10th Episode of "THE BLUE FOX" Friends of both young people will be delighted to know that they will live in Palatka where they have many friends. F. C. Whitthorne will return to day from Jacksonville where he has been spending the week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Owen, who have come to Palatka ifrom DeLand to iimkp thpir home, are now Dleasantlv located with Mrs. A. O. Johnson at her home on North Third street. Mr. Owen has purchased the photography business of E. H. Wedge. Mrs. Owen was prominent in musical circles in TVT.'nnd and will doubtless be an ac quisition to musical as well as social circles here. Mr. and Mrs. Owen are friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Une. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Hudson will have as their week-end guest at their home on Madison street, their son, Harry W. Hudson, of Savannah. Minn T.nnisp Hudson will return within a few days from Groveland, where she has been visiting her aunt, ALICE LAKE TODAY Relics of San Francisco's once no torious underworld some possess ing histories as romantic as the fic titious tale in which they now are be ing used were obtanied for use in Metro's special production of "Un chartered Seas," in which Alice Lake. appears at the Grand. Moreover, they will be seen in their proper sitting, since the interior of a mysterious Chinese den that for years defied police interference, wa3 faithfully reproduced on one of Mb- tros big covered stages in Hollywood. jso resident of San Francisco of the prefire days will fail to recognize the winding stairway that leads into a secret passage permitting entrance into the much guarded resort nf drug users. Opium "layouts," Chinese eamblinir games, and the tiers of shelf-like berths in which the drug smokers once were housed, were duplicated down to the last unreadable sign in Chinese hieroglyphs. John Fleming w nson, author of the storv undpr nm. duction, worked with Director Wesley nuggles in the hlminir of the na ture. All of his knowledge of under world lore gained in the course of several year's study of this phase of life on the Pacific coast was used in staging this fascinating episode of the picture. Los Angeles' Chinatown was srnnr. ed tor types, both Oriental and American, with which to peonlp tho den for picture purposes.As a result of the numerous tours of the district, made by the Direcotr and George Ehvood Jenks, who prepared the screen version of the picture, a score of remarkable types pere obtained to make their initial screen appearance. LOST Two bulldogs, one white and brindle with white ring around neck and white streak down forehead, other black all over with brindle legs and white tip on toes. Short tails and ears square. Reward of $10 if returned to Chef Cook Hotel James. ll-3-3t FOR SALE The cheapest five passenger car in Florida, 1920 model. Come and see for yourself. HUGH SMITH, 316 N. First St. ll-3-3t FOR SALE Light delivery Ford truck in good mechanical condition: $200 cash. Ford Sales Co. 10-25-tf LOST Bunch of keys. Leave at News office and receive reward. 22tf FOR SALE Petermann's rainous Cedar chests. One ready for imme diate delivery. Apply to Henis fe- tormann, Palatka, Fla., 10 -22-1 2t FOR SALE L. S. Mavs of East Palatka has gallon syrup cans for sale at $13 per 100. 10-21-14t "' i'OR SALE Nice sweet potatoes at the right price; also oranges and grapefruit. W. G. Tilghman, phone 50. ld-13-tf FOR RENT Front half "of store building in heart of city. Suitable for small merchandising business, real estate and insurance or treneml offices. Ground floor. See G. M. Guerry at News office. tf MASON CORD TIRES 10 and 5 per cent OFF the new low list prices. We have thirty Ma son Heavy Duty Cords, from 30x3 to 85x5 for quick sale for cash. OLIVER BROS. FOR SALE! New six room bunga low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros. . . 7-14-tf B. H. KENDRICK Practical Accountant Is holding classes in BOOKKEEPING and ACCOUNTING nroll Now Complete Course $50 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, FIOEIDA POSITION as stenoEraoher or of fice girl. Address 720 Lemon St. 3-6t PAINTER First class. BRA'NNON 815 Laura street, lowest rates. 11-3-6 FOR SALE One two-story house. also a bargain in others, and a few choice building lots. Apply MRS. H A. AT WATER. 11.3.9m Wanted 1448 Men To Wear U. S. Army Shoes At $2.45 and $2.95 per pair 600 LEMON STREET J FOB SALE Or exchange for citv property, nice house and bearine or ange1 grove. X. Y. Z., care News. ll-2-3t. LOST Ladies black flat nurse. containing $5.65 in cash and opened letter, on Reed street, between Steam Laundry and First street. Return to TILGHMAN HARDWARE CO. and receive reward. ll-2-2t WANTED Small cash reeistcr Apply CENTER MARKET. ll-3-3t FOR RENT House, five laree rooms, with bath and sleeping porch ,11 furnished. Electric lights. Phone 310-W 11.2- WASHING WANTED By first class washer. Apply at 1011 19th St. tOR SALE One Singer sewine machine, in good condition: one child s bed: one full size bed: two rugs. Apply at Brown Apartment. WANTER To rent, lease or buv small farm suitable for raising po tatoes. State price, terms and loca tion. Post office box 261 or Phone 254-W. ll-l-6t 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. ll-l-6t FOR RENT Two furnished sleep ing rooms, modern, and located in most pleasing part of city. Gentle men preferred. References exchang ed. Phone 218. ll-l-6t roomB, 412 10-29-6t TO RENT Furnished North Sixth St. FOR SALE Delco Light Plant in in good condition. Apply W. S. Min ton, Palatka Heights. 10-30-6t WANTED To borrow $300.00 on good real estate security, city prop erty. Address "B," News Office. Oct. 29-7t. NOTICE FOR RENT Furnished fight house . ... i Keeping rooms, also sleeping rooms. 308 River street. 10-29-6t FURNISHED Room for rent. 402 North Sixth street. 10-28-6t UWfSHED-ROOMS For "light housekeeping; 422 N. 6th St. 10-27-6 SPEED BOAT In first class con dition. 18 miles, $350.00. Box 82, Pa latka, Fla. 10-30-7t The tax books are open for the payment of state and county taxes. Persons paying in November are en titled to 2 per cent discount and in December to 1 per cent discount. Books close April 1st, 1922. RANDALL WELLS, T. C. 11-5-12-19-26 FOR RENT One three-room un-j furnished apartment. Apply Sara-1 toga Hotel. tfj NEW STYLE Beverage, 15c; Wonderful Reductions on MARKET GOODS NEW LOW PRICES QUOTED TODAY Unebmall Profit on Each Sale, But a Volume Uf bales,, Is Our Motto WE CALL THAT GOOD BUSINESS Aviation Quality Submarine Prices SPECIAL TODAY-CASH ONLY Florida Pig Pork Roasts 25-30C lb Choice Beef Roasts '. 20-25C lb opare kids, rork Sausage 25c lb cannon s victory bteak (All Meat) 25c lb O - 1 (11 ' ITT ougar vurea sKinnea Hams (Whole or Half) 35c Jb sugar urea tireaklast Bacon (By the Strip) 3Sc lb veai ureast, JLamD tfreast, Round Steak, Franks 25c lb "Churngold" Oleomargarine 40c lb HASTINGS Pure Pork Sausage, Headcheese, Franks Smoked Country Sausage OYSTERS, MACKEREL, CODFISH Celery, Dill Pickles, Oysterettes " Fresh Country Eggs 55c doz Headcheese, Boneless Pigs Feet, Pickled Pigs Feet, Honey Comb Tripe, Boiled Ham, Minced Ham Spring Lamb, Baby Veal, Pig Pork, Fancy Fowls and Fryers (Dressed to Order,) Okra, Squash, Peppers, Eggplant, Cukes, Tomatoes, Celery, Beans, Beets, Carrots. Cabbage, Onions, Canadian Turnips, Pars nip, Jonathon Apples, Boston Head Lettuce, Cape Cod Cranberries, Florida Pineapples. "Our Prices and Variety Wins Us Friends Our Service Keeps Them" Cannon's Pure Food Market PHONE TWO-SEVEN "Let B. ft B. DO IT? -8-t CLASSIFIED ADS Taxi Service A. W. Brooks, Residence Phone 306. Careful White Drivers. ll-5-6t FURNISHED ROOMS For light housekeeping, adults only. 621 Lemon street 11-5-tf. FOR SALE Established Ford business, good stock parts, cars and tractors. Owner must sell at once. Address FORD, care News. ll-4-6t DRESSMAKING. Fancy Embroi: dering, Hemstitching, Buttons made, at 200 1-2 N. Third St.. Usina An- Vesta Battery SIOI- Service Station "Costs Lest per Month of serum" All makes of Batteries Repaired and Recharged. Free Battery Inspection. I HAVE EXPERTS IN CHARGE OF THIS WORK W. C. GUNN 109 Lemon Street Palatka, Florida hi ti 3 C , ..if.' t 4 ill 1m ,-(.! i.iV'l .V'v ! '': 'i: ! m! - artments, Mrs. G. G. Griffin, Miss I - . j Mrs. J. 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