Kzsday; January 111 1922.
PALATKA DAILY NEWS
f, O C I A L NOTES
r j . 1 AND .
UiSn the city, Mrs. S. J.
w,itertained informally at auc-
"hUrday afternoon at her home
"HllLiv r- - 1. n ii.ff.l
'Wtutlfi a-xi-i . 1 street, neauuxui
Jcoses added to the attract. ve-
J."""-!! library, where two tables
"-deranged for .the game.
'nil, fwere enjoyed . during the
"noijrwt at'; the', refreshment hour
mujjjtess; asswsted by her daugh
5few, ..Mrs. L, , Barstow,. the
If jhe pf. Mrs.; -flyers, served her
m ioii,V ith delicious creamed chick
"""toast, hot I chocolate with
cream and mince pie.
r of Visitor. ;
limenting Mrs. Lilliani Jessie
'of Jacksonville, a charming
this. , delightfully infor-
wTfMia.G, Rowton, Mrs. F.
?fS8tim&?'1tmW. , F. Whit-Mr-'fi.Tromley,
!, Kupperbusch,, Sr., Mrs. Si
LtSid.i the hono'ree, Mrs. Hyers,
Jack fursley and Mrs. H.
Moritm.biHri who joined the
P0eta for tea-;'
-Jeie- Choir Being Formed.
ily, all members of the va-
loirs -of the churches through-
C city, and all members of the
i but everyone In and around
I who likes to sing is invited
a V:g community sine: to-
evening at 7:80 o'clock. Thus
iring choir;, will be formed
,. tabernacle meeting, and if
rnacle is finished by tomor
aiing the meeting will take
iherfe, 'otherwise it will take
fCt the First Presbyterian
Professor Taylor, will be
to lead the singing, and the
omises to :h e . .inspiring in
. H. Dekle is entertaining a
dastf of friends at auction this
lovn. at her home- in t!he West
Irs,, Dekle has arranged three
joir cards," inviting her guests
w Bridge Club.'
Tierriber? ' 0f . the, i Thursday
tiilub will meet' tomorrow aft-
with Mrs. F.' D.T Wattles as
at her home on OKve street.
r at which this club meets is
Imogen Fearnside Collins will
her fellow members of the
J jfllher home on Madison street.
invited her guests for 3
J 8D1 Woman's Christian Temper
ANTIioi' wiiU meet tomorrow aft
iwe it the home on North Third
" f Mrs. H. F. Urie. The hour
t't'ch the meeting is called is
.suitM" - -
J.' B, Harbison and Rev. W.
jpson ' represented Crescent
Je yesterday.::' :
'"TA" Harvey, of the Southern
nufacturing company, was
r-ousiness visitors here yester
J today. ' .
f. Schreiber, of Tampa, was
uttr' 'representatives of bond-
Hws here last hight' to make ailam Hall.
falatka s bonds. Mr. Schrei-1
Mrs. Lovin, both of Macon, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nyowl and
children, of Crescent City, were
among out-of-town shoppers in Pa
Mrs. M. F. Bourjaily and little
son, of Cleveland, are the guests of
Mrs. Bourjaily's mother. Mrs. G. D.
Webb, at her home on Emmett
Preston Watkins, of Louisiana,
is the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
James Alderman, at her home in
Mr. and Mrs. Leutheardt and
Mr. Charles Glass, who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrsi J. S. Glass for
some time, left yesterday for their
,home in Virgiriia, called by the
death of Mrs. Leutheardt's brother,
who is the father of Mr. J. S. Glass
and Mr. Charles Glass. Friends will
regret to hear of the bereavement.
Friends of Mrs. Florence Stelts,
who was out Monday after a week's
illness, will regret to know that she
has suffered a relapse and is again
confined to her home.
C. W. Loveland, of Satsuma. was
a business visitor here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Becks) of
Peniel, were the guests here yester
day of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Munch at
their home on Kirby street.
Mrs. Jimmie Collins will arrive
in the city Friday night to join Mr.
Cel. ins, who 'is amontr newcomers to
the city. Mr. and Mrs. Collins and
th'.ir family will make their home in
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Keller and
Mrs. C. E. McLeod were among Shell
Bluff vis'.tors here yesterday.
H. R. Rosebro will return the
latter part of the week from a bust
ness trip down the east coast.
W. Whirl, ot l lorahome, was a
visitor in the Gem City yesterday.
Mrs. W. S. Miller had as her
guests for the day yesterday her
aunt, Mrs. J. W. Ferrell and Mrs. W.
C. Hodges, both of Tallahassee: They
were en route horn efrom , Miami,
where they have been enjoying a
Miss Floressa S'pprell will re
turn Friday from Gainesville, where
s"he is attending a . poultry short
course at the university.
M. E. Brewster, editor of The
Hastings Herald, was a visitor here
Mr. and Mrs1. CS. L. Greenwood.
Mrs. Morton and Mrs. Charles
Phipps, of Welaka, were shopping
Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Owen, of
Gainesville, will arrive today for a
brief visit in the city.
Friends of J. F. Holland will be
interested to know that he is now
in Havana, Cuba, according to a ca
ble received yesterday by his. sister,
Mrs. W. S. M'iller.
Mrs. S. W. Morgan, of Quincey,
is visiting in the city the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Matthews, of
Interlachen, were popular visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of In
terlachen. were well-known visitors
Mrs. M. Hutchins were among
Peniel viistors here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. I. Roberts were
n the city from their home at Pat
New Bank Will
Special to -h wv
Crescent City, Jam. 11 The recent
ly organized1 Peoples Bank of Cres
cent City held its first annual meet
ing Januairy 9, and perfected the per
manent organization. The first or
der of business was the adoption of
by-laws drawn up Nby Messrs. J. H.
Campbell, H. E. Partridge and C. H.
Preston, a special committee appoint
ed for this ' work. A nominating
committee composed of R. T. Chafer,
C. H. Jordan and J. D. Melzer recom
mended the following nine men for
the directorate for the ensuing year,
all of whom were unanimously elect
ed: Dr. A. B .Halrbison, W. A. Russell,
W. A. Warner, C. B. Morrow, C. H.
Preston, D. M. CJautier, T. H. Prevaitt,
L. S. Turner and J. D. Melzer. The
stockholders then discussed the plans
for the new bank building and the
question whether the .corporation
should build and1 own its building now
or lease a building to be built by Dr.
Harbison, the matter being left for
the board of directors to decide. In
either event a new building will be
erected at once.
Later in the day the newly elected
board of directors met and elected
the follow:mg officers: President, Dr.
A. B. Harbison; vice presidents, Col.
R. S. Rheimhairdt amd Senator "W. A.
Russell; secretary and cashier, W. A.
Warner. Announcements being sent
out by this bank state that the stock
holders comprise upwards of fifty
citizens anid wiinter residents whose
financial rating and worth is over
three million dollars, a figure which,
it may be added, is considerably low
er than the actual rating. It is an
nounced that the bank will be open
for business January 12, in its tem
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
PALM BEACH CHANGES HANDS
(Br Aanoclnted I'reM)
West Palm Beach, Jan. 11. The
First National bank, one of the larg
est and oldest financial institutions
in this section of the state, has pass
ed from the control of the men who
have had it for the past several years
and as a result many changes have
been made in its executive person
The change was brought about by
the acquisition by Messrs. W. W.
Banks, vice president of the Citizens
and Southern bank of Atlanta; J. L.
Griffin. H. L. Donald, E. M. Brels
ford, George N. Hatch and J. R. An
thony, of the holdings of George W.
Poftter, formerly chairman of the
board of directors; B. A. Maxfield,
former president, and E. C. Rumsey,
former cashier, and L. S. Watkins,
former director in the bank.
J. L. Griffin succeeds Mr. Maxwell
as president of the bank, and H. L.
Donald, formerly connected with the
institution as casWer, returns to
that position as a successor to Mr.
Here's a little good news that we
feel you will be glad to hear right at
this season when the winter is just
A TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT re
duction in Boys' Suits, which means
you can buy a
$20.00 Suit at $15.00
17.50 Suit at 13.25
15.00 Suit at 11.25
12.00 Suit at 8.00
10.00 Suit at 7.50
The selection is very good now, but
they won't last long at these prices.
specifications called for bids , on
j 13,000 square yards of vitrified brick
j laid flat with sand filler, the same
j amount with cement filler and 20,000
i lineal yards of concrete curbing. The
I bids were as follows:
j J. B. McOrary Co., Atlanta, brick
j with sand filler $2.58 per square yard;
j brick with cement filler $2.63 per
'square yard; curbing 28 cents per
' T. B. .GJllespie, of Palatka, brick
j with sand filler $2.44 per cubic yard; ,
I brick with cement filler $2.70 per cu
bic yard; curbing 30 cents per yard
F. W. Long Co., Jacksonville, brick
with sand filler $2.45 per cubic yard
brick with cement filler $2.65 per cu
bic yard; curbing 30 cents per yard.
Joseph Walker, brick with sand
filler $2.52; brick with cement filler
$2.80; curbing 32 cents per yard.
T. B. Gillespie put in an alternate
biJ without specifications, based on a
thJrty per cent iralttler test, but this
was not considered.
FOR SALE Poultry and stock
remedies, water fountains, feed hop
pers, all going at cost. H. S. Hodge
& Sons. " l-7-3t
FOR SALE Typewriter, safe and
platform scales. H. S. Hodge & Sons
FOiC SALE OH ' RENT New
houseboat; running water, bath and
:it. henette. Clifton W. Loveland,
?atsuma Heights, Fla. Tel. 2513.
LOST Gold wrist watch Monday
afternoon between school building
ana Kaibt:elus. f inder please re-
turn to Miss Ruth Browning. Reward
ORDERS taken for Angel Cake
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
room; well ventilated. Apply 303
Reid street. l-ll-3t
Palatka's Best Men's Store
FOR KENT A very desiirable 2
room apartment; furnished for light
housekeeping; convenient to bath;
adults only. 220 S. Fifth street.
Phone 357-W or 291-J. l-ll-3t
COW FOR SALE Will give 14
quarts of milk per day. 1319 Car st.
kind to the value of 1,750,000,000
gold marks annvtelly. France, finally
renounced any part of the 1,000,000,
000 marks already paid, will get 1,
125,000,000 marks of the payments
in kind each year, the remainder go
ng as follows: 240,000,000 to Italy;
100,000,000 to Great Britain; 125,000,
000 to Belgium; 7,000,000 to Japan
and the rest to other beneficiaries
under the treaty.
Cannes, Jan. 11. The British
memorandum of the proposed Anglo
French pact which was telegraphed
textually to London declares that
Great Britain makes the security of
France a problem of her own- and
that she will be ready again to
throw her forces into the fray as
in 1914 if France is again attacked.
Iiresents Slaton and company
T Pannell, of Tampa, one of
fit-known paving supply men
fjtrcountry, was a visitor here
n tit. Fuller, of Tampa, dealer in
jrBrii of paving material as well
el, crushed atone and other
pplies, was a guest here last
'(ftny -, Murphy' and Roland
m are organizing a duck-
' .. L i 1. t 1
party 19 jamncneu as soon
iweather gets.' cold and blus-
i J. C. Ray has as her guests
srs, Mrs. W. L. Chandler and
Mrs. Lillian Jessie Hyers, of Jack
sonville, is visiting her daughter,
Mvs. L. S. Barstow, at her home on
South Sixth street.
Reverend E. A. Dunham return
ed yesterday to his home in Starke
'j;f.er spending several days with
Dixie M. Hollins, of St. Peters
burg, prominent educator and for
mer candidate for the office of state
superintendent of public inspection,
was a well-known visitor in Palatka
Visitors in the city the early
par of the week were 'Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Waring and little daughter, of
Jac!.'ionville. Mrs. Waring was
formetly Miss Louise Curtis, of this
ttrsTINEE 3 P.M. NIGHT 6:45 P.
$ CONSTANCE TALMADGE
BIRMINGHAM POLICE SEEK
WIELDER OF MURDEROUS AX
(Br AMoclattri PrrM)
Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 11. Police
were baffled today in the search for
an ax-wielder, who last night slew
Mrs. G. S. Crawford, wife of a gro
cer, and inflicted injuries upon her
husband, whose condition is reported
Evidence at hand points to robbery
as the motive for the crime, author-
it:es said. The woman was slain in
the Crawford shop, which adjoined
the residence. A 2-year-old child
city. While here they were the
guests of Mrs. S. C. Sallings
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse eKith and
two daughters, of Greensboro, N. C,
were visitors in Palatka yesterday,
spending the day here with Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. Fearnside and Mrs. Imo
gen F. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Keith
and their daughters are spending
the winter in St. Augustine and mo
tored to Palatka from there.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Grimm, Mrs.
W. H. Cyrus, Mrs. Carrie S. Wil
liams and Miss Nora Sharpe com
posed a congenial party spending
yesterday at St. Augustine.
1 , ,
JjDAY-Bert Lytell in "The Man Who", "Mutt and
v . If " and Fox News. '
BRIAND GOES HOME TO ASK
APPROVAL OF HIS POLICIES
(Continued from Page 1)
to act fn the name of its government
Although not' named with Great
Britain, France, Italy, Belgium, Ja
pan and the United States as a parti
cipant in the proposition for setting
up the "central internatJonial corpora-
I tkm," las the new .institution will be
I celled, ' Germany . was specifically
, named as an important factor in ccn-
tral eastern Europe that ought to
help lift Europe out of her present
sj j The final terms for reparations pay
!; ments that the Germain delegation
5 ; will be asked to accept are 720,000,-
Germany Asked to Explain.
Cannes, Jan. 11 Representatives
iof the German government were sum
moned to appear this evening before
the allied reparations commission to
explain Germany's inability to meet
her January and February repara
FAIR PRICES ARE SECURED
(Continued from Fairs 1.)
the bonds were legislated instead of
Gillespie Gets Paving Contract .
Bids were also opened for the pav
ing extensions into Palatka Heights,
four bidders entering the field, the
award being made to T. B. Gillespie
of Palatka, whose aggregate bid was
$130 below that of all other bids. The
WANTED Three-room furnish
H apavtment for family of three
adults. Phone 196W or see G. M
Shenrouse, Band Director. l-ll-2t
FOR SALF, Adesirable location
for a home on College Street. Large
plot of excellent ground with small
house. Citrus, pecan, peach and
plum trees; tropical shrubbery. For
quick sale this property can be pur
chased at a very reasonable figure,
Income from fruit, truck, etc., will
pay upwards of 15 per cent on in
FOR SALE A five room sealed
cottage on two lots on Penial brick
road, about one mile from Court
House. Good home and chicken pro
position. Owner has other interests
and will sell at a recent cost price.
J. L. SHEPPARD, JR.,
Merryday Bldg. Palatka, Fla,
SALES MANAGER There is a
big opportunity for some live man
t-j secure the exclusive selling
agency for the most needed automo
biltf"tf;iqjessory in this territory; no
competition; must finance initial or
der $500 to $1,000. Give telephone
r.umber. Alcemo Manufacturing Co.,
49 Bridge St., Newark, N. J.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished
rooms in Bungalow Park. T. J.
Knight. Insurance and Real Estate
LOST One small brown .satchel,
with cord handle, between Palatka
and Rodman, containing baby clothes,
etc. Finder please return to W. S.
Goethe, Rodman. Reward.
1'OR SALE 16 mules, 1 horse,
wagons, harness ' and tools. Clifton
W. , Loveland: Stsuma Heights,
Fla. Telephone 2513. l-7-6t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Call at 422
North Sixth street. l-6-6t
FOR SALE Upwards of 700 acre
farm fronting on the river, near Or
ange Mills. Five room cottage, help
houses, barns, stock, implements, etc.
This is an ideal proposition- for a gen
eral farm or cattle range. J. L.
Sheppard, Jr., Real Estate, Merryday
Bldg., Palatka, Fla. 1-6 eod tf.
The Wilson Cypress Co.
FURNITURE FOR SALE New
two-inch white or oxidized bed; Na
tional spring and 45-lb. rolled edge
cotton mattress; $20 f.o.b. Jackson
ville. Cash with order. Southern
Furniture Co., 501 Broad, corner
Church street, Jacksonville, Fla.
WANTED TO BUY Five or six
room bungalow, close in, from owner
only. Address P. O. Box 379..
rOR SALE Light delivery Foru
truck in good mechanical condition.
$200 cash. Ford Sales Co. 10-25-tt
FOR RENT Choice Offices in
Merryday Building over State Bank.
Rooms both single and en suite. Ap
ply W. A. Merryday Company, North
First Street Dec. 1-tf
EGGS for setting, $1.50 for 15.
Pure Breed White Leghorn, Ferris
Etrain. J. E. Bailey, Satsuma
Heights, Fla. l-5-9t
FOR SALE une-cylinder 3-h.p.
marine gas engine; carburetor, etc.
Worth $75; will sacrifice for $50
cash. Frank Sands. 12-27-tf
FOR RENT Two light house
keeping rooms. Adults only. 621
Lemon street. 1-4-tf
WANTED An experienced wait
er (colored); room an dboard fur
nished; good wages. Write or phone
Hotel Hastings. Hastings, Fla.
FOR RENT Store building at
foot of Reid street and fronting on
First street. Apply 416 Reid street.
FURNISHED bedroom on floor
with bath. To young lady or high
school pupil, cheap. 416 Reid street.
FOR RENT Two-room fur
nished apartment; all conveniences.
Adults only. 324 Emmett street.
FOR SALE Dodge roadster;
first-class mechanical condition.
Good tires. See J. V. Mason, care
I, W. N. Walton, Tax Assessor, of
the CLty of Palatka, hereby give no
tice that the Tax Roll of the City of
Palatka, for the assessment c.f the
taxes for the year A. D. 1922, is about
to be made up, and that on or before
January 20, A. D. 1922, I will furnish
proper blanks, to be proviur-l by sid
City to all persons applying to me
therefor, at the office of the City
Clerk in the City of Palatka, upon
which to make returns of their tax
W. N. WALTON,
Tax Assessor for the City of Palatka,
"The World's Best Flour"
DR. J. T. HOSEY
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
Glass Fitting a Specialty.
I know the eye.
Office over the State Bank.
America' Standard 4-Cycle Marine Motor
Are the finest high grade Marine Motors made
in America today. They are strong and rugged,
and will drive a boat continuously at full speed
or can be controlled for any speed desijyd. Won
derful control, easy starting, economical, depend
able. The low price is due entirely to quantity
production. Used by 70 of world's best boat
builders and government life boats. Catalog on
4-Cycle Only 3 to 40 H. P. $135 to $1550
KERMATH MANUFACTURING CO., Detroit, Mich.
Nobody Can Tell When You Darken
Gray, Faded Hair With .
Grandmother kept her hair beau
tifully darkened, glossy and attrac
tive with a brew of Sage Tea and
Sulphur. Whenever her hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear
ance, this simple mixture was ap
plied with wonderful effect. By ask
ing at any drug store for "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," you
will get a large bottle of this old
time recipe, improved by the addition
of other ingredients, all ready to use,
at very little cost. This simple mix
ture can be depended upon to re
store natural color and beauty to the
A well-known downtown druggist 1 1
says everybody uses Wyeth s Sage
and Sulphur Compound now because
it darkens so naturally and evenly
that nobody can tell it has been ap
pliedit's so easy to use, too. You
simply dampen a comb or soft brush
and draw it through, your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time. By morn
ing tho gray hair disappears; after
another application cr two, it is re
stored to its natural color and looks
Has proven to'us that it pays us to dispose of the remainder of a seasons goods
regardless of sacrifice and lossAND WE ARE DOING IT.
Childrens, Misses and Ladies Bath Robes 1.49 up
The Cold Weather Will Surely Come
And it is to the advantage of the ladies who want to buy a Coat, Suit, Dress,
Sweater, Bath Robe or Neck Piece; in fact anything in Ladies Ready-to-Wear
to take advantage of our special clearing prices.
Infants, Childrens, Misses and Ladies Coats, from $2.00 up
Look at our Window for the Marked Down Prices
Come to our store and we will prove to you the quality and bargains you are
getting excel any price offered by any retailer.
The Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Streets
glossy, soft and beautiful.
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