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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1915.
THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA. PAGE NO. FIVE. K MM 1 Starring the Great White Event MOST EVERY LINE OF WHITE MERCHANDISE IN THE STORE IS EMBRACED IN THIS BIG AND UNIQUE WHITE EVENT, FEATUR ING AN "ALL-STAR CAST" OF BRILLIANT VALUES. The Event Opens Tomorrow Morning Continuing Until Saturday, May 29. Again we do the unusual. Instead of the ordinary White Sale we launch tomorrow a " different " event a white sale in which the VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE, AND THE VALUES OFFERED ARE SO UNUSUAL THAT WE TRULY NAME IT THE "STAR EVENT." A "star" is one who has attain ed a position at the top by skill that shines high above the average." In the same way does this Great White Event shine high above the average sale. It is more than a sale of a few lines of white merchandise it is a big. broad, all-embracing event that takes in every department of the store where white merchandise of any sort is carried. It is a "star" event all the way through in the broadness of assortments ; in the charm of new Summer styles presented ; in quality ; and in the brilliancy of its values. We look for a great "audience" of thrifty shoppers here tomorrow and every day of the sale. We are prepared for busy times for there will be much enthusiastic applause in the shape of record breaking buying. LOOK FOR THE STARS IN THE STORE STARRING THE GREAT WHITE VALUES. Silk Dresses Silks, Crepe de chine, Foul ards, etc., all go at big re duction in this sale. $8.50 to 10.00 values at.. 6.90 12.00 to 15.00 values at.. 9.90 16.50 to 19.50 values at. 12.50 20.00 to 25.00 values at. 14.90 Spring Coat Suits go in this great event. You will need a Wool Coat Suit for the Beach or Mountain Resort. Buy now and save money. 12.50 to 15.00 Wool Suits 1 1.50 16.50 to 19.50 Wool Suits 14.50 20.00 to 25.00 Wool Suits 17.90 Palm Beach Suits Special values at 4.95, 6.50 and 8.50. Spring Coats A few of the newest spring styles left that will be closed out at about 25 per cent re duction. Star values in Pretty White Waists So many charming styles, such splendid qualities and such notably low prices that you will be able to give only the most favorable criticism of the display. White Wash Skirts You'll not criticise the styles or prices of these. We start some special QCp values at udu Muslin Underwear Will Have The Centre Of The Charming White Dresses In the New Summer Styles Specially Priced We believe that every woman in town will be interested in this showing of cool, dainty white dresses for summer wear, and particularly in the low prices quoted for our Great White Event. Some colored dresses, too, are in the sale. $1.25 to $1.50 Dresses at 95C 2.00 to 2.25 values at 1,49 4.00 to 4.50 values at 2.95 6.00 to 6.50 values at 4.95 7.00 to 7.50 values at 5.50 8.00 to lO.OOvaluesat 7.90 12.50 to 15.00 values at 11.90 16.00 to 18.00 values at 14.50 20.00 to 24.00 values at 17.50 EXTRA SPECIAL One lot of White and Colored Dresses. Some are shop worn and some are past sea son styles, but are good style to-day. 3.50 to 7.50 values at 95G Stage An all-star '"cast" of values in fine, fresh perfect undermuslins in exception ally dainty qualities. New est summer styles are here and the best values of the season. These White Fabric Values Are All "Headliners" A choice of the newest weaves and of all the staple white and fancy fabrics is offered. Big mill shipment bought considerable under price just received. You will agree they are the biggest values you ever had the oppor tunity of buying. White Lawn, short ends, 10c values at 5c Fancy Crepes and Voiles, regular 10c, at 5C Fancy Dress Ginghams 5c 30 inch Fancy White Voile, 25c values. . ' 1 0c 36 in. Rayonette Linen (white) 25c value 1 OC 36 in. White Voiles, 25c value at 1 0C White Piques, 25c value at 15c and . 1 0C 36 in. Lace Voile, 25c values at . . . 15c 36 in. Seed Voile, 25c value at 15C 27 in. French Embroidered Voile, 25c, at 1 5C 27 in. White Dotted Swiss, 25c value at 1 5C 27 in. white and colored Piques and Repps, 25c values at 19c and 15c 36 in. White Lace Cloth, 35c value at . . . 1 9C Thrifty Housewives Will Applaud These Lines Values To prudent housekeepers this means an opportunity to purchase a supply of fine linens for present and future requirements. Generous savings are offered. Come and see the big values especially priced for this white sale. Laces and Embroideries Play a Leading Role in the White Event Very attractive values are offered in new Laces and Embroideries. A collection of handsome patterns is dis played at such low prices that we will not attempt to quote prices here but we as sure you that you will not be disappointed. Our 5c, 10c, 15c and 19c values are unequalled. Sheets and Pillow Cases Every One a Star Value 42 x 36 Unbleached Cases. ... 9c 42 x 36 Bleached Cases 9c 42 x 36 Hill Cases 12ic 42 x 36 Pepperell Cases 124c 42 x 36 Hemstitched Cases. . 15c 72 x 90 Bleached Sheets. ... 35c 72 x 90 Pepperell Bleached Sheets 58c 81 x 90 Pepperell Bleached Sheets 63c 81 x 90 Pepperell Bleached Sheets 69c 81 x 90 Anchor Brand Sheets 72c (Anchor Sheets were up to 90c last year.) SEE OUR DIG TOWEL VALUES. THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAY Beginning- June 3rd, this store will close at noon every Thursday during summer. THE EARNEST COMPANY POMONA NEWS. Mrs. J. H. Pegram and L. E. Eigel spent Friday and Saturday in St. Au gustine attending the closing exercises ' of the Deaf and Blind school. They were accompanied home by Marjory and Louis Eigel who will spend the vacation with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. VV. Siney and Miss Ira left Saturday for Hawthorne, N. J., their summer home.' These peo ple are going to be greatly missed, and we are glad they expect to return early in the fall. Mr. Siney has left his place in charge of John Ryals who with his family has moved into the Dr. Leonard house recently vacated by H. A. Irish. This section was visited by a hail storm Monday afternoon accompanied by considerable wind. Neither did any damage, but served as a little ex citement in these quiet times. The Literary Club gave an enter tainment in place of the regular meet ing Thursday evening, and was greet ed by a large audience, all nearby towns being repreesnted. After the play refreshments were sold by the C. h.. Society, the proceeds being used for current expenses of the church. W. J. Mc Cormack has moved into the Smith house which has been occu pied for several months by John Ry als, and will now be near his truck farm on Lake Broward. J. M. Tucker is home from Jackson ville where he has been working for a number of weeks. W. S. Middleton came down from Tallahassee Saturday for a day or two. Mr. Middleton says his family will return scon, and all will be glad to see them. Mrs.' C. A. Smith is spending a few days with Mrs. II. C. Gates at Lake Como. Mrs. Abbie Drake and son Irving, have closed their cottage for the sea son, and have gone to Hampton, N. H., to spend the summer. Mrs. Geo. Fisk of DeLand visited relatives here a few days recently. Mrs. H. H. Hayes was shopping In Palatka Tuesday. ship Eight, South of Range Twenty-, six East, the said point being the point of beginning, to determine whether or not said territory shall be constituted into a Special Road and Bridge District and a permanent road built and constructed ten feet wide and surfaced with shell and other suitable material used in connection therewith and paid for by the issue and sale of. bonds, the said road to run or extend from the Rice Creek Bridge on the public road running from the City of Palatka, Putnam County, Florida, to Green Cove Springs, Clay County, Florida, to Bostwick, in said Putnam County, thence in a Northerly direction to the Clay County line, said proposed road being wholly within said des cribed territory. The estimated cost for the construction of said road is $25,000.00, the same to be paid for oy tne issue and sale ot bonds as follows: $25,000.00 in bonds, each bond to be for One Thousand Dollars, bearing interest from date of issu ance at the rate of six per cent per annum, interest due and payable semi annually and represented by interest coupons. Said bonds shall be due and paya ble as follows: $2000.00, five years af ter date of issuance; $3000.00, ten years after date of issuance; $4000.00, fifteen years after date of issuance; $0000.00, twenty years after date of issuance; $10,000.00, twenty-five years after date of issuance. The place for holding said election and the inspectors and Clerk appoint ed lor said election are as follows: Election District No. 21. D. P. Han cock's Commissary, Bostwick, Florida, L. V. Williams, W. N. Glisson and T. H. Hancock, inspectors, and B. B. Hignsmith, (Jlerk. Published by order of the Board of County Commissioners, Putnam Coun ty, Florida, this May 17th, A. D. LVLO. W. C. ALVERS, Chairman. (SEAL) HENRY HUTCHINSON, Clerk. HARLEM HAPPENINGS. H. Pruitt was a visitor to Palatka on Thursday, and Ivan Bohannon vis ited there on Friday. A very interesting and well at tended Sunday school session was held at Providence church on Sun day. On Sunday night there was a a good prayer meeting conducted by 1.. liohannon. Willie Bohannon has moved to Cir- raway. He and his wite were visit ing on Sunday at the home of Mor- an Bohannon. Mrs. Mary Link is ill at the home of her brother, J. G. Minton. Ihe next meeting or the futnam Union will be held with the Bostwick church, beginning May 28th. Rev. J. F. McBruIe will preach the introduc tory sermon, and W. J. McRae wiU open the discussion of the general subiect. J. W. Hilton will open the discussion on Missions, while W. E. Baker will ooen the discussion on the .subject of Temperance. H. Pruitte will lead the discussion on bunday schools. J. B. Rogers will preach the missionary sermon on Sunday. This is the program authorized by W. J. McRae, the moderator, and H. Pruitte, the clerk. HARLEM. PALATKA List -of the voters whn ore frto- holders in Precinct No. 21, Putnam lounty, I'lorida: John Bowman E. H. Martin II. E. Bunker Goss Mattox R. E. Brown A. W. North J H. Cole David Register G. W. Cribbs J. R. Robbins E. R. Conway W. W. Register J. H. Conway W. C. Roberts Gesham Driggers W. F. Sweat E. A. Dritrtrers W. Stanlev ir. w. Dyass M. E. Durden . H. L. Durden W. D. Driggers J. H. Green How's This 7 We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 16 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. WALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale PrUKRlsts, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter naly, acting directly upon the blood and' mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold bv all Druesists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. It keeps a man guessing when he meets a woman who has nothing to say. D. Y. Giddings VV. N. Glisson J. W. Glisson John Hancock D. P. Hancock .1. T. Hancock John Stanlev C. H. Stillman Allen Wilkinson Salacy Wilkinson W. I. Wilkinson L. C. Williams W. I. Wilkinson Elijiah Wilkinson R. A. Acherson W. H. Hill W.. S. Hughes B. B. Hitrhsmith A. V. Hnlverann J. B. Hadsock G. W. Knowles I, Henis Petermann, Supervisor of Registration, Putnam County, Flor ida, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct list of registered voters, who are freehold ers residing in the proposed Special Road and Bridge District, as de scribed in petition presented to and filed by Board of County Commission ers of Putnam County, Florida, April 7, 1915, to the best of my knowledge and belief. This May 7, 1915. HENIS PETERMANN, Supervisor of Registration, Putnam County, Florida. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given, that a spe cial election will be held on June 22nd, A. D. 1915, in the following territory, to-wit: Being in Putnam County, Florida, and particularly described as begin ning at the Northwest corner of Sec tion Three, Township Eight, South of Range Twenty-six, East, and running from thence South along the West line of said Section Three and Sec tion Ten to the Southwest corner of said Section Ten, thence East along the South line of Section Ten to the one-half mile corner on said Section line, thence South along the center lines of Sections Ffteen and Twentv-two to the South line of said Section Twenty-two, thence Vycst nliinc section line between Sections Twentv-two and Twenty-seven to the Northwest corner of Section Iwenty- seven, thence boutn along tne west lines of Sections Twenty-seven and Thirty-four, in Township Eight, South of Range Twenty-six East, and con tinuing along the west lines ot sec tions three, Ten, Fifteen and Twenty two of Township Nine, South of Range Twenty-six, East, to the S uth west corner of said Section Twenty two, thence East along the South lme of Section twenty -two to tne Southeast corner thereof, thence North along the East line of said Section Twenty-two to the channel of Rice Creek, thence Easterly along the channel of Rice Creek to the mouth thereof, thence East to the channel of the St. Johns River, thence Northerly along the channel of said St Johns River to a point due East of the point where the North line of Section Four, Township Eight, South of Range Twenty-seven East, touches the St, Johns River, thence West to said point where the North line of said Section Four touches the St. Johns River, thence continuing West along the North lines of Sections Four and Six, Township Eight, South of Range Twenty-seven East, and con tinuing West along the North lines of Sections One ,Two and Three, Township Eight, South of Range Twenty-six, East, to the Northwest corner of said Section Three, Town- When You Think of Candy, Your Thoughts Naturally Turn To Smiti s Candy or Chocolates Made In Palatka. As good as the best, at half the price mm 5 June Is z Wedding I s Month 3 Make Your Gift One of Silver There is a decided ad vantage in selecting your wedding gifts where stocks have been chosen with care pnd wisdom. The Silverware we offer you has been tested for quality, and the style and design is most pleasing. Our experience and good taste is appreciated by those who want the best, and they have come to know Smith's as the Silver- 5 ware Shop of Palatka. 1C. J. SMITH g THE JEWELER 2 35 LEMON ST.. PALATKA g