ViniayMorning, November is, 1021.
SOCIAL NOTE S
r" COMING 'EVENTS
Sewing Party; Mrs R. S.
Ofljver, nosieaa, in .......
folbott, honoree; 3:00 p. hi. .
Miscellaneous Shower; Mrs.
I S. Miller, hostess; Miss Nelle
jiloes, honoree; 8:00 p. m.
U n, D. D. Club; Mi3S Kath-
erine Ray. hostess; :uu p. m.
Buffet supper; iurs. uano an-
11 hostess; louowing ine .iv-
lgston-James weaaing renearsai
,t 7:30 p.m.
Livingston-James wedding; St.
Honica'3 church; 8:00 p. m.
Friday Bridge Club; Mm. C. H.
Soirton, hostess; 3:00 p. m.
Country Club Tea; 4:00 p. m.
1,7:00 p. m.
D.A. M. Club; Miss Mary Euth
ffoodruff, hostess; 3:30 p. m.
1 pleasing gathering of tomorrow
taoon will be the sewing party at
U Mrs.. K.. S.. O'Haver will en
tin in honor of her sister, Mrs.
fa L Talbott, of Indianapolis, who
(harming visitor in the city. Mrs.
Ewer's guests, who are pleasantly
fcripatine the affair, are invited
Honor of Bride-Elect.
tii Nelle James, whose marriage
ir. W.. 0.. Livingston will be an
Mtrag event of Wednesday
rsng, will be the honoree at a
alaneous shower with which
M.S.. Miller will entertain to
(5ivening' at eight'o'clock.' The
pit being looked forward to with
pre by thos einvited..
ff Bridge Club.
f1 C. Howard Rowton will en-
r the members nf iht FVidnv
Club at their weekly gather
flwsday afternoon at her home
street.. She is invitine her
w three o'clock.
IsKatherine Ray will entertain
umbers of the N.. N.. D. D. Club
say afternoon at her home on
f inviting her guests for four
P. Cantrell to Entertain Bridal
Awing the rehearsal of the Liv-
aa-Jsmes wedding which will
! place at St. Monica's church
Ay evening, at ' seven-thirty
A Mrs.. Llano Cantrell, sister
' bride, Miss Nelle James, will
pin the members of the bridal
t a supper to take place at the
pi Tea Room.. This will be the
f a series of pleasant 30cial
P which have been given in
of Miss James since her en-
sent to Mr. Livinirston was an-
Regular Meeting Woman's Club.
The meeting of the Woman's Club,
Friday afternoon, will be in charge
of the child welfare committee of the
club, of which Mrs. P. C. O'Haver is
chairman. Mrs. O'Haver is plan
ning an interesting program for the
occasion, and will probably have as
speakers, several well-known edu
cators. The meetine will ho piij
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order at three-thirt o'clock, by Mrs.
o. . diallings.
D. A. M. Club. "
IMteo Mn.. t,.i.L tif-,.
-..co moijr iiuia wooaruit will en
tertain the members of the D. A. M.
Club Saturday afternoon at her home
on South Sixth street. The members
of the organization will gather at the
home of the hostess at three-thirty
Brilliant Reception to Governor
and Mrs. Hardee.
ine members oi the Bert Hodee
Post of the American Legion and the
American Legion Auxiliary were
hosts at a large reception, honoring
uovernor and Mrs. Cary A. Hardee,
Friday evening. Governor and Mrs.
Hardee were Palatka's honored
guests for Armistice Day, and this
reception which was held before the
dance which closed the day festiv
ities, gave an opportunity to every
one to meet the State's chief execu
tive and his charming wife.
The American Legion Home, where
the affair took place, was beautifully
decorated in the national colors, and
the Putnam Orchestra furnished de
In the receiving line were Mr. and
Mrs. H. N. Kirkman, Governor and
Mrs. Cary A. Hardee, Adjutant-Gen.
erai r.. Novell, tne governor s
chief-of-staff, Mrs. H S. Hodge,
president of the American Legion
Auxiliary, Post-Commandant B. C.
Pearce and Mrs. Pearcc, Mrs. F. J,
Fearnside, and Mrs.. W.. E.. BaBey.
Mrs. Hardee was handsome in her
beautiful gown of white crepe satin
combined with irridescents. The
train was caught to the shoulders
with a big bow of tulle in pastel
shades. A hair ornament of brli-
liants completed a charming en sem-
Serving punch during the recep
tion were Mrs. H. A. Atwater, Mrs.
Howard Rowton, and Mrs. W. P..
Fine Meeting of Woman's Club.
The last meeting of the Woman's
Club was one of the most enjoyable
which have taken place this year,
and a large number of members were
present to take advantage of the
splendid program prepared by Mrs.
J. Barnett, as chairman of the
home economics department of the
club, who had charge of arrange
ments for the day. Mrs. Barnett had
chosen "The Home" as the subject at
this time, and herself gave a most
interesting talk on home-making as
weil as housekeeping. She kept her
hearers interest throughout her talk.
Mrs. W. Carl Davis spoke of the ad-
antages of owning one's own home
over renting or boarding, and her talk
was well received. Dr. Sarah M."
Davis then spoke on "Home-Making,
Past, Present and Future."
The committee in charge of the
afternoon's program then served de
licious cake and coffee. The cake
was made according to a tried and
tested recipe and a number of the
lr.dics present requested and were
given the recipe.
Miss Mary Mulholland spoke brief
ly on her health crusade.
An event of the coming week about
which centers much cordial interest
lne wedding of Miss Nelle Mae
James to Mr. William Oliver Living
ston, which will take place Wednes
day morning at St. Monicas Catholic
church. This will be a high mass
wedding and Father Monahan. pas
tor ot the church, will officiate.
The bride will be attended by Miss
weine Wright, and Mr. Oliver will
have as his best man, Mr. Jack Wer.
ner. Mr. Frank Mcintosh will act as
receding the entrance of the
oriual party, Mrs. Arthur Corcoran
will sing, and Mr. L. S. Barstow, vi
olinist, and Mr. Taylor Wedge, or
ganist, will play the wedding march,
Mrs. Frank Owens, Jr., of Ocean
City, spent yesterday here as the
guest of Mrs. Llano Cantrell, at her
home in the Brown Apartments.
Story and Play Hour.
The story and play hour held yes-
terday afternoon by the Story League,
a department of the PalatKa Com
mumty Service, was largely attend
ed. The kiddies assembled on the
library lawn and enjoyed a half hour
of games led by Mr. Teeters. "Looby
Loo," "Farmer in the Dell," and sev
eral relay games were played and
were thoroughly enjoyed. After the
games the children wre taken to the
dining room of the Putnam House
where stories were told by Mrs. J.
H. Millican and Mrs. G. W. Lansing.
Through the courtesy of the manage
ment of the Putnam House the large
dining room will be used in the fu
ture for the story telling. Here the
children can gather after the games
and listen undisturbed to the won
derful stories of heroes and fairies,
I he leaders in this work hope that
the parents will take advantage of
this opportunity of instructing the
children in supervised play and story
led by specialists who understand
Enjoyable Club Meeting
at San Maeo.
miss Jessie uauey delightfully en
tertained the members of the D. A
M. Club yesterday afternoon at her
home in San Mateo. Fragrant roses
were gracefully arranged in vases
and used in decorating the pleasant
Bailey home, which is noted for its
Five hundred was the game of the
afternoon, and at the conclusion of
the play, when scores were compared,
it was found that Miss Harriette
Hudson held high score, while Miss
Alice Thomas held low. To the for
mer. Miss Bailey presented a box of
dainty correspondence cards, while to
the latter she gave an attractive en
Following the game and the award
ing of the prizes, the hostess, as
sisted by her mother, Mrs. C. M.
Bailey, served her guests with de
licious chicken salad sandwiches, cof
fee, and cakes.
Present on this delightful occasion
were: Misses Harriette Hudson, Car
rie Louise Hudson, Leona Strickland,
Carolie Meigs, Alice Thomas, Ophelia
Currie, Mary Ruth Woodruff, Fred
Carrington, Dorothy Rowley, and
Mrs. J. S. Smith.
matinee 3 p. m. . night 6:45 p. m.
ALL STAR CAST IN
"The Idol Dancer"
And a Comedy
"Snooley's Blue Sunday"
Week cf Prayer.
The Woman's Missionary Society
will observe "the week of prayer"
Monday and Tuesday at 3:30 o'clock
at the Methodist church. A cordial
invitation is extended by the Presi
dent, Mrs. J. W. Walton to all mem
bers of the church.
Dressing the Boys
Who are going to Un
dress the Turkey
We glory in it; Getting the boys
ready for Thanksgiving. Not alone
for the profit but for the pleasure of
seeing a troup of good scouts walk
ing in EACH WITH A DIFFER
"How are your Suits?"
I'd like to see Borne waists
"Gee, but your caps are swell"
"Mother, I'd like that Mackinaw"
We please them all because we have
the right goods
Come Boys Bring your Mothers
Come Mothers Bring your Boys
Palatka's Best Men's Store
And 11th Episode of
The Son of Tarson'
M. K. Holden spent Armistice
Day in Jacksonville.
Dr. E. W Warren will leave this
morniBg for Hit Springs. Ark., to
attend the annual meeting of the
Southern Medical Association. He will
Mrs. C. A. Pelham, of Waycross,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. H.
Victor Fritts and family and
Lynn Barker, of Jamestown, N.. Y.,
have arrived in Palatka and will
spend some time here with Mr. and
Mrs. H. T. Appleby and mother. Mrs.
A.. F.. Fritts.. The party made the
trip by auto..
Mrs.J.. G.. Spurlin, of Lake
Weir, will arrive today to spend a
week as the guest of her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr., and Mrs.. C. H..
Dekle, at their home on River street..
Miss Mary Ruth Woodruff has as
her guest for the week-end, Miss
Thelma Miller, of Elkton..
S.. W.. Allen nad Jack Smoak,
of Runnell, left yesterday for their
homes after spending Armistice Day
here as the guests of Mr.. Allen's
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs.. C. E.. Currie..
A.. O.. Johnson returned from a
business trip Friday, and is spend
ing the week-end here with his fam
Friends of Mrs.. W.. C. Allen
will regret to know that she is ill at
her home on River street and will
hope for her early recovery..
Miss Louise Mstthis, of Ores
cent City, was among out-of-town
guests at the Armistice Day dance.
-Mrs.. B.. F.. Burch and two chil
dren are visiting Mrs.. Burch's
mother, Mrs.. Bohannan. at Green
-Miss Helen - Berkstresser, of
Hawthorne, spent Armistice Day
here with her sister,- Miss Mary Berk
stresser, who is a member of the fac
ulty of the Putnam, . High School.
Miss Mary Berkstresser accompan
ied her sister herafjfor a week-end
-George E.. Gay has arrived from
Jacksonville, to spend the week-end
at his home here..
Roy Padgett and Henry Cash
were among Crescent City visitors at
tending the dance here on the even
ing ef Armistice Day..
Friends of little Merryday and
Julia Rosser, the attractive little
twin daughters of Mr., and Mrs..
Harwood Rosser, of Jacksonville, will
be interested in knowing that they
will return to Palatka with their
aunt, Miss Ellene Merryday, who is
spending some time in Jacksonville,
and be her guests for a stay..
Major and Mrs.. Henry Baker
and baby of Hawthorne, were visitors
here Armistice Day.. Major Baker
former Palatkan.. While here
they were the guests of Mr., and
Mrs.. W.. H.. Griggs..
J.. Walter Hilliard was among
Palatkans spending yesterday in
Among members of the Woman's
Club who will attend the meeting of
the Florida Federation of Woman's
Clubs at Gainesville, this week, are
Mrs.. S.. C. Stallings, president of
the Palatka Woman's Slub. Mrs.. F..
C. Whitthorne and Miss Mary Mul
E.. W.. Elliott has returned from
a week's business trip which includ
ed visits to Orlando, Sanford, Day
tona and other cities of that section
of the state.. '
Dr.. and Mrs.. John H.. Talbott,
of Indianapolis, will leave within a
short time for Miami, where they will
spend the winter months.. Dr.. and
Mrs.. Talbott have been spending
some weeks here as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs.. R.. S.. O'HaTer !i
Mr., and Mrs.. E.. Noble Cal-
hount, of St.. Augustine, were among
prominent out-of-town visitors here
for Armistice Day..
R.. F.. Adams has returned from
a business trip to jacKsonviue..
Mr., and Mrs.. Jack Addehold, of J
Crescent City, attended the dance
here on th eevening of Armistice
let and lavatory, 35 t passenger ca
pacity, speed about 14 miles per
hour, 4 years old, all newly over
hauled and painted, price '550.00;
Terms Florida Realty Sales Ex
change, 305 Riverside Ave.
WANTED Salesman with car
to call on dealers with a low-priced
10,000 mile cord itre. $100 week with
extra commissions. Specialty Cord
Tire Co., South Bend, Ind.
WANTED Man with car to sell
low priced GRAHAM TIRES- $130.
00 per week and commissions.. GRA
HAM TIRE CO., 423 Boulevard, Ben
ton Harbor, Mich..
57 MILES per gallon' made with
new patented gasoline Vaporizer
Write for particulars. Stransky
Vaporizer Co., Pukwana, S.. D..
WTEDTOBUY Five or liix
room bungalow, close in, from owner
only. Address P. O. Box 379..
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. Guerry
at News office. tf
FOR SALE New six room bunga
low, with bath. Apply Porter Bros.
LEAVING for Cuba, my car, 1920
model, cost new $2,600, is going to
be sold before leaving. Hugh Smith.
316 North First street. ll-ll-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms
412 North Sixth street. ll-10-6t
FOR SALE One horse in good
condition. Apply Vego Hair Co. ll-8tf
FOR SALE Petermann's famous;
Cedar chests. One ready fr imme-j
dniate delivery Apply to Henis Pe-'
termann, Palatka, Fla ll-8-12t!
OWN AN AUTO GROCERY and
supply car in your vicinity. Meeting
with unqualified success in supply
ing city, town and rural trade. At
the door of the daily consumer.
$100 to $150 net weekly income.
Easy trms; principal payment of car
can be made in monthly installments
from profits derived from sales. No
competition; no store expenses.
$300 required. The Commerce Mo
tor Car Co.. Detroit, Mich.
FOR SALE One two-story house,
also a bargain in others, and a few
choice building lots. Apply MRS. H.
A. ATWATER. ll-3-26t
FOR RENT One tnree-room un
furnished apartment. Apply Sara
toga Hotel. tf
FOR SALE Light delivery tford
truck in good mechanical condition.
$200 cash. Ford Sales Co. 10-25-tf
FOR SALE L. S. Mays of East
Palatka has gallon syrup cans for
sale at $13 per 100. 10-21-1 4t
FOR SALE Nice sweet potatoes
at the right price; also oranges and
grapefruit. W. G. Tilghman, phone
g 1 X MS j m
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112 North 2nd St. Phone 453. Opposite Putnam House. '
New Footwear Fancies Are Arriving
Shoes that enhance the graceful lines
of the foot that develop the poetry
of motion when walking or dancing
and satisfaction guaranteed
$5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and
up to $10.00
It is not what you pay, but what you
get that makes the real value in
Children's Shoes. There is more of
health and more of wear in Our
Children's Shoes than can be found
elsewhere. The scientific shape in
sures healthy feet. The fact that
we sell nothing but Goodyear Welted
Shoes insures lasting wear and the
happy fact is they do not cost more
than ordinary shoes.
We invite you to get proof of this by actual experience and we
guarantee your satisfaction-
Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children
Palatka's Modern Shoe Store
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
All Fancy Tricotine, Poiret Twill, Canton Crepe, Crepe Satin
Dresses for afternoon or dinner wear, regardless of price, at
CHILDREN'S BOOK WEEK
BOOKED FOR NOV. 13 TO 19
November 13th to November 19th
has been set apart for the third an
nual celebration of Children's Book
Week, a nation-wide effort to en
courage children to read good books.
During this week, the local library
will hold an exhibit of children's
FOR SAUSiSnge,. roomy
40-foot round bottom cabin launch,
with new 30-h.p. engine, boat has toi-
Hot fancy all wool Serge and Tricotine Dresses 9.98
Ladies' and Misses' all wool blue Serge Middie Suits $3.49
1 lot fancy Serge Coat Suits at $13.95
All Coat Suits for street or sport wear 15 per cent discount
Jersey Jumper Dresses JwuhsLa fS"' at $3.98
Fancy Marabou Capes, satisfaction guaranteed . at $5.48
Children's Fancy Stockings and Socks, broken sizes, 19c
Children's Flannel Pajamas, broken sizes at $1.49
15 Per Cent. Reduction
On all Sport Skirts, Sweaters and Knitted Scarfs
Knitted Suits, Skirts, Sweaters and Cap Combinations ... $14.95
200 Bungalow Aprons, regular $1.50 value at 74c
200 Fancy striped Voile Waists at $1.39
T?T TT C What every lady admires and likes to have
r UIViJ at the most reasonable prices.
Our Bargain off ering can only be appreciated when ex
aminingsame. COME LOOK THEM OVER.
The Reliable Ladies'
S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Sts.
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