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, Morning, December 2, IQ21 w . .. , . ' -..V A A ), I) V h. v PAGES - T A T IV T pfKS ONA L GTsTp TELKl'HONB S07.J jUNG 'EVENTS Friday iuun"" L Jarmon, Bridge Club; Mrs. j Gardner and Mrs. Louis hostesses; b:uu p. m. ierican Legfion Ddnce; Le- Home; 9:0" P- 0f Woman's Auxiliary jict No. 2 of the Woman's to the Board or Missions Eoiscopal cnurcn neia m very iistic semi-annual meeting at church, Gainesville, luesday, rr the twenty-ninth. The of St. Augustine, Palatka, ifhen, Waiao, iweirose ana Lrille were wen represented, (ntertained by the auxiliary of church. Considerable good a planned for the coming jds most interesting visit was the New Brotherhood club- 0f which both the boys and ocese are very proud. The U( was a great success in ev- spect from which are antici- musual results. J, Doll Goes to Margaret Beggs Miss Muriel Margaret Beggs ;hter of Dr. and Mrs. T. K. was the successful contest- the voting contest held by the of St Marks Guild, which cul- in the awarding of a lovely die Guild bazaar last night. were taken for the most little girl in the county, and they were counted last night, found that little Miss Beggs the majority, with little Miss Hiile a close contestant. o American Leeion T),lnr . The Bert Hodffe Post' of the Am- prirnn T a..: ...mi .... , w"i now its regular evening at the Le. will start at weekly dance ihis gion home. Dancing nine o'clock. A. 0. Johnson is expected to re- (f Change in Meeting sittention of Nation-wide Cam. Croup Leaders, to whom let- nre recently sent notifying their appointment, is called thange in the hour of the mee- aijht As the litany service, at seven-thirty o'clock, last fifteen minutes, the will be called immediately lie service. By this change, ittending the meeting will be keep other engagements af- rat o'clock. pi f! Bridge Club. Members of the Friday Bridge M the husbands of the mem- "1 be (he guests this evening i Howard L. Gardner and Mrs rmnps. Mrs. Gardner and Mips have invited their guests w looking forward with Dleas- "W affair, to gather at the i Mrs. Gardner at eight ft Matrons Cluh. "is T. Jarmon will enter 's members of the Young Ma- L this afternoon at her Capr street. She has. invit- P"sts, who arp Dleasantlv ing the occasion for three- clock. mi Club Meets Today. program for the afternoon at 'man's Club has been arrang- te Civics committee of the Mrs. J. F. Blake in charge Mire Oak and- Mr. Negley fa, both of Community Service, present and will furnish a N of the program. The high mhestra will furnish the mu- ithe afternoon. Following the N, a social hour will be en siling Committor MM - v mcrrt. "embers of the Storv-tellinu ltee of the Communitv Ser- -telling League will meet l0n at the Woman'. lnh rrty o'clock. A full atten- fequested. turn locay iron, a business trip to Mr. anA TT. Tt . , - Mia. Auuert James were among Palatkans motoring to St. B"nue yesterday. -C J. Mix of Dixie, Ga., will ar. rive tomorrow t . . .. . J"'" "lls- wix m a .u w ir. and Mrs. J. B. Austin at nicir nome on Uak street. Friends of Mrs. Carlyle R. Petttf of Lynch, Ky., who is spending some time here with her sistnr m R. Beggs, will regret to know that " 's in, ana will hope for her early .wan Bard and Miss Mary Mulholland spent yesterdav nn 'ior trip which included visits to Sat- suina and San Mateo. Mrs. A. P. Lusk of Valdosta, Ga. "is me guest Wednesday of her sis ler-in-law, Mrs. G. F. Armstrong, at er nome on .Kiver street. -Mrs. C. A. Bailey f'San Mateo, was shopping in the Gem City yesterday. nr. J. V . Hosey loft yesterday for Jacksonville where he will enter a hospital for a month's stay. .1 pleasant party of Palatkans motoring to St. Augustine this af- i Ml leinoun win De composed of Mrs. H. R. Rosebro, Mrs. J. L. Shepard, Mrs! M- 'ledick, Mrs. R. L. Barker and Mrs C. P. Philips. Miss Elizabeth Goethe of Jack sonville, is expected to arrive todav to spend a few day as the guest of Miss Mary Ruth Woodruff. Mrs. T. 0. Owen is spending several days in DeLand, the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLeod were visitors in Palatka yesterday after noon for a short time, en route to their home at Shell Bluff from Jack sonville, where they have been spend ing the past two weeks. Willie Brown of Federal Point, was shaking hands with his Palatka friends yesterday. Many Palatkans are looking for ward to the sixteenth of this month for on that date the girls from here who are attending the Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee will return to their homes for the holidays. Little Miss Thais Lusk has re turned to her home in Valdosta, af ter spending the past week here with her aunt, -Mrs. G. F. Armsirong. Mr. ami Mrs. Arch Robinson of West Palm Beach, are spending a few days in Palatka. Friends of Mrs. A. A. Corcoran will regret to hear that she is ill at her home in Mulholland Park and will hope to hear of her early recov ery. J. M. Campbell, jr., of Hastings was a visitor here yesterday. Among Florahonie visitors m the (rem City yesterday was Mrs. H. Harrison. Mrs. D. V. Loop of Jack.-onville, aiTived yesterday for a stay with relatives. C. E. McLeod will leave tomor row for New York, where he will make a brief business stay. Mrs. Edgar R. Smith has return ed home from a week's visit with rel atives in Palatka, where she lias been (l-'liulitfullv entertain, d. Florida Times-Union. Mrs. U. J. White and Miss Lilla V.loto are todav removing to Jack sonville, where they will make their home for the present, being located ;i:st at Hotel Windsor, and then re moving to a home which they are hnvinrr built on their properly m Riverside. Although changing their place of residence for the time be ing, Mrs. White and her daughter by ' ..... .1 Cf Ao- nO means intend 10 - git-tine, and plan to be here t're- Indian Sign Is On Palatka; Big Chief and Squaw Coming The Iindian Sign is on Palatka. It all came abcut through the Woman's Club, the Ia.t people in Palatka that you would ever think would do it, j too. The W,. Pi..u r,. ! .t..i.w: iuu says i a- latka should have thfc Indian Sign put on it, but that does not finish the matter. Not by a tepee full of tomahawks, moccasins, tom-tom's and wampum. When a Princess of the Oiibwavs and a Chief of the Winnebago's (one a learned poetess, able writer and entertainer, and the other a war vet eran togged out in the war bonnet of Chief Plenty Horses, that famed warrior of the Sioux Tribe) are the ones to put the Sign on Palatka, and are going to make Palatka like it- well, that's something else. Indians Coming ihe ladies of the Woman's Club have been fortunate in arranging tne visit of these renowned original nmericans to the city. Their enter tainment will consist of instructive talks by Chief White Eagle, whose subject will be "Old Indian Days." The Chief is a grandson of Chief Big Canoe, one of the first settlers or Wisconsin. Probably the greatest appeal to Palatkans will be tjhe charm of Princess Xadonis, who heads the Company. Princess Nadonis, a pupil of Sa rah Bernhardt's French School of Acting, by grace and interest of the renowned French Actress, has enter tained the nobility of England, and also had featured on bills in other European countries with old world artists. News reports indicate that the Princess has a voice of charmnig range and sweetness, that captivates her audiences. Her poems and reci tals of original Indian stories arc highly commended by the press. There are four Indians in the com pany and during the course of the evening games, dances, songs, stories and diversified amusements of In dian camp life will be afforded. The High School Auditorium has been selected for the entertainment, which will begin promptly at 8:30 ni. next Monday evening. ' "N cal lines proved her hsitrionic abili ty. Mr. Teeters' impersonation of Pierrot was satisfying ni every detail. Amusing as he was in the bouyant mood of his first entrance, he was even more so in the dejected manner of his later scene. Both these young factors played their parts with an in fectious humor which was caught by the audience. The Ladies who are thronging our store are not here simply because we sell gifts for men nor are they buying because our prices on goods are low er. Nine out of every ten Lady buyers of Christmas gifts come here first to find what they want and in every one of the ten cases the particular gift !.s located at a price that is right and proper to pay since price levels have dropped. Don't pay too much Don't sacrifice Quality Don't miss the Big Selections Come to Browning-Fearnside Company Palatka's Best Men's Store MINE SAFE ROBBED I By AaHoclnted Pre) Jackson, Cal., Dec. 1 Six men, armed with sawed off shot guns, blew open the safe of the Argonaut Mine, one of the richest in Califor nia, and escaped early today with more than $GO,000 in gold amalgam in two automobiles driven by others who had acted as lookouts during the robbery. RAND THEATRE !TINEE 3 P. M NIGHT 6:45 P. TODAY Constance Binney in "The Case of Becky" Fox News and a Coined)' "Dog Catcher's Love' M. IT, TOMORROW All Star Cast "THE J.AST CARD" oonerville Comedv "ToonerviHe hire crigaae ipiently over the week-end with friends or at their Anastasia home. St. Augustine Record. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Martin, of Apopka, left Miami, where they have been visiting relatives, yesterday, motoring to their home. Their lit tle daughter, Katherine, is visiting her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Bar.-tow, at their home here while her parents are away. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. I'Vrrrll will be interested to know ! that they expect to move the latter part of this week into heir new home im Kmmett street. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Burdette .if Pittsburgh, Pa., have arrived in the city and will spend the winter with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Burdette, at their home on Madison street. Ernest Oliphant has returned from a several days' trip to points in central Florida, including Orlando, T.-impa and Mulberry. Mr. L. F. Jackson and Dr. W. S. Miller have returned from a hun ting trip on which they had splendid luck. After a several days' visit here as the guest of Mrs. F. D. Wattles Mrs. H. H. McDonald has gone to Miami where she will mltke an ex tended stay as the guest of her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McDonald. Friends of Mr. McDonald will be glad to hear that he is convalescent now from his re cent illness. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Anderson, Miss Winifred Browning, Lew Bars tow and Robley Bruce left early yes terday morning for a brief stay in Dei.and. Rufus Allen has returned from a several days' visit to points in south Florida. Dr. R. L. Knox motored to Mica- nopv yesterday to join Mrs. Knox and their little daughter who have been visiting relatives, and accom pany them to their home in DeLand. Dr. and Mrs. Knox were among out-of-town guests at the marriage of the former's sister recently in Mi ,mv. and Mrs. Knox remained WARD CIVIC CLUB Mrs. W. N. Gross, chairman of Ward 2. and Mrs. Robert Kamsaur, secretary, assisted by Mrs. E. C. Jackson, held a very interesting meeting Tuesday afternoon at the :ourt house at 4 o'clock in giving a little party to the young members of Ward 2. After much merriment the lub was called to order by the chair man and the secretary called the roll Short talks were given by the la dies, then little Sarah Margaret Gross delighted ; everyone with" a bright little story. They then re paired to the lawns where games were enjoyed, after which delicious sandwiches, cakes and candies were served. This is the first little party that the Ward Civic Club has had, but other wards will be given par ties similar to it. COMMUNITY PLAYS MAKE TREMTNDOUS HIT (Continued From Page 1) rel but become reconciliated and Mr. Jackson buys Miss Wells some flow ers for the first time in a long time. Miss Wells returns to the shop af ter her departure to place the order fur the wedding flowers which has been set for next month. Slovsky appreciating the fact that Maud's apparent careless method of giving flowers has brought him a large or der forgives here and she is offered her old position back which she joy ously accepts. Delicious Lima lier.ns When the curtain rost on the third play, a unique setting was disclosed. A black cyclorama made an interest ing background for dainty blue and white furniture, and the chic tarla tan costume of bewitching Pierrette, delightfully played by Miss Omar Davis. When the scene opens Pierrette is discovered setting the table. The question of the menu for the evening j meal is perplexing her, when the j ing song voice of the huckster cry- j ing his wares in the street outside : prompts her to order string beans, instead of the usual lima beans de-1 manded by Pierrot. At this juncture Pierrot, cleverly portrayed by Neg ly Teeters, returns home to connubial bliss, only to find that his bride of two weeks, without his consent, has dared to change his usual bill-of-farc Reproaches and tears follow and Pierrot leaves the house with i "Traitrous," his parting word. ! but the huckster passes the house living Pierrette an opportunity of re- j deeming herself. If hen Pierrot, al-: so penitent, returns he finds his little wife shelling his favorite liinas. A ; reconciliation is affected, the curtain 1 falling upon a scene of transquility i and domestic bliss. j Miss Davis gave a. skillful charac-, terization of the wife. A profession-, al actress could scarcely have given a more finished performance. Her grace and charm, as well as her in-j terpretation of Kreymborg's whimsi- Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida. Notice is hereby given that Will R. Smith, purchaser of Tax Certifi cate No. 246, dated the 7th day of July, A. D. 1919, has filed said Cer tificate in my office, and has made application for Tax Deed to issue in accordance with law. Said Certifi cate embraces the following describ ed property situated in Putnam County, Florida, 'towit: W of SEU of NWli andSE',4 of SVfU of NW and 4 a. in SEU of NW of NE bk. 36 p 172, Sec. 21, T. 10, S, R. 24 E., 34 acres. The said land be ing assessed at the date of the is suance of such Certificate in the name of G. C. Willis. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, Tax Deed will issue there on on the 5th day of December, A. D. 1921. Witness my official signature and seal this the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1921. (Seal) R. J. HANCOCK, Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Coun ty, Florida By W. A. Williams, Jr., D. C. In the Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Cir cuit, State of Florida, In and for Putnam County In Chancery. Bill to Quiet Title: Fred L. Ferguson, Complainant, Versus, James Cleland, et al, Respon dents: Order of Publication. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: James Cleland, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming interests under James Cleland, deceased, or otherwise, in the hereinafter describ ed property: Harriet M. R. Montmollin, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming in terests under Harriet M. R. Mont mollin, deceased, or otherwise, in the property hereinafter described: Louis H. Montmollin, if living, and if dead, all parties claiming interest under Louis H. Montmollin, deceased, or otherwise, in the property 'herein-j after described. John S. Montmollin, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming interests under John S. Montmollin, deceased, or otherwise, in the property Herein after described: Daniel F. Pollock, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming interests under Daniel F. Pollock, deceased, or otherwise, in the property hereinaf ter described: Philip C. Stevens, if living, and, if dead, all parties claiming interests under Philip C Stevens, deceased. or otherwise, in the property herein after described: Cook Carleton, if living, and, -if dead, all parties claiming interests under Cook Carleton, deceased, 'or otherwise, in the property hereinaf ter described: All parties claiming interest un der John S. Montmollin, deceased, or otherwise, in the property hereinaf ter described: and All parties claiming interests un der Charles F. Miller, deceased, or otherwise, in the property hereinaf ter described: YOU and EACH OF YOU are hereby commanded .and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint, in this case, on the December Rules, 1921, same being the 6th day of De cember, A. D. 1921. The property described in the Bill of Complaint, and referred to in this Order of Publication, is described as follows: ' , Government Lot Four (4) of Sec tion Eleven (11), Township Nine 9 South, Range Twenty-seven (27) East, containing 45 acres, more or less, and being in Putnam County, State of Florida. WITNESS the Honorable A. V, Long, as Judge of the above Court and my name' as Clerk thereof, an4 the seal of said Court at Palatka, Putnam County, Florida, on this 5th day pf October, A. D. 1921. (Seal) R. J. HANCOCK, As . Clerk of Circuit Court, Putnam County, Florida. By W. A. Williams, Jr., D. C. Kribbs & Steed, Counsel for Complainant. 10-7, 14, 21, 28; 11-4, 11, 18, 25; 12-t BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY OF PALATKA Name and address of every live Professional and Business man in the city in this column. Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Smart Toggery for Women LOOK FOR OUR DAILY SPECIALS STOP AT THE Putnam House OPEN ALL THS YEAR Rates $1.00 Per day and up. Bardin's Machine Shop Repairing All Kinds Machinery, Boilers and Blacksmith Work 118 South Second Phone 339 VELVET "The World's Best Flour" JOHN J.I'MURPHY Real Estate Browning's Barber Shop 29 Years of satisfactory service "The Fountain of Youth." G. ARTHUR BROWNING, Prop. American Shoe Shop Will do your shoework right. Give us a trial. S. L. NORRIS, Prop. 403 Lemon street. Children's Haircutting a Specialty Strictly First Class White Barbers Putnam Barber Shop 214 Lemon Street S. J. Denmark, Prop. .Palatka. Fhu We Would Like to Draw Yourf JAttention to big Ad of SANITARYSGROCERYfON PAGE 6 pgg Clothes For Christmas Gifts Everybody wants and appreciates New Clothls. Why not get a new Garment for your nearest and dearest as a token for Christmas? 4 We have the best in Ladies,' Misses,' Children's and Infants' Ready-to-Wear from a pair of stockings, underwear or handkerchiefs to a coat suit, dress, hat, fur neck piece, or a bath robe, all made by the best workment in the trade at lower prices than offered by any retail establishment. Save When Possible, Especially at This Time Examine Our Goods and Prices Everything We Sell is Guaranteed there for a longer Knox fulfilled his mcnt here. visit while Dr. 666 is a prescription for Colds, Fever week's engage' and LaGrippe. It's the most speedr remedy we know. Friday's Special Marabon Cape Scarfs, Real Beauties $4.95 Look for our Daily Special Ad. It will have a Special Feature every day. "YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR AIM." The Reliable Ladies' Ready:to-Wear S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Streets hi j. f it ) 1 ''f'g.WV AL'J:-" i - '