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PAGE NO. EIGHT. THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 1 1915. t A5 f. if i t ' t" CITY HAPPENINGS AND PERSONAL MENTION G. C. Hardy of Florahome was a visitor in the city on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hyers left Wed nesday for Micanopy to make their home. Peter Gardner has returned home from an enjoyable fishing trip at Day tona Beach. Hon. Jack Flinn and his son, John Flinn, returned this week from a months' stay in Baltimore. Mrs. N. S. Collins is spending a few days with her son, Hickman Col lins and wife at Intsrlachen. Mrs. H. F. Leeks and Mr. and Mrs. Alston Haile motored over to Jack sonville today for a pleasure trip. Misses Ruth Herlong and Crill and Dorothy Burton of Crescent City were visitors in the city on Wednesday. Captain John D. Points is spending the week in New Orleans, attending the Southern Waterways convention. Mrs. H7 E. Barcus has shipped her .househJ( effects to Leesburg, and left yesterday to make that place her heme.' E. Perry Row returned Tuesday, after having spent a three weeks' va cation in New York city with rela tives and friends. D. B. Curry of Jacksonville, a well known insurance man, is in the city fcr a few days on a combined busi ness and pleasure trip. Mrs. W. S. Fry is entertaining her daughter, Mrs. T. B. Gillespie, who is enroute to her home in Orlando, after a visit with relatives in Birmingham, Alabama. Mrs. J. K. Coogler, who has been staying with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Reed for six months, returned to her home in Green Cove Springs, Thursday. E. W. Moise who has been an em ployee of the Palatka Gas Light and Fuel Co.. has irone to Hamlet, N. C, to accept a position with the Seaboard ; Air Line Railway. Mrs. A. O. Johnson and three October 1st, the day your license money is due. Senator and Mrs. Middleton of Po mona were in the city yesterday. G. M. Boyd has become the ewner of a ew five-passenger Hupmobile. We are now living under the new dispensation the Davis law. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strickland of Grandin were visitors in the city this week. Mrs. M. F. Benet is having her resi dence painted and otherwise beauti fied and improved. Mrs. H. M. dt Mnntmellin will en tertain her aunt, Mrs. Florence Ray of Tampa, over Sunday. Mrs. H. A. Atwater of Palatka Heights, is in Jacksonville, where 6he is receiving medical treatment. S. F. King of Mannville, timber ex pert for the Rodman Lumber Co., was a business visitor in the city yester day. M. W. Stewart of Jacksonville, who has been the guest of his brother, D. W. Ramsaur for several days, left for home on Wednesday. L. M. Baldwin, principal merchant of Melrose and a young man active in county affairs, was in Palatka trans acting business on Wednesday. Dr. Miller who left some weeks ago for Valdosta, Ga., has returned te Pa latka with the purpose of re-opening his office for the practice of medicine. Mrs. W. A. Merryday and son, Har low, have returned to their home in Davtona Beach, being called here by the death of Mrs. Marshall Stewart. Mrs. Robert S. O'llaver will enter tain with a thimble party next Mon day afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. Wm. H. McNitt of South Bend, Indiana. Mrs. Geo. E. Gav, who has been spending a large part of the summer touring the west, much ot whicli time has been in California, is ex pected home next week. The work of clearing Ihe new post office site o." trees and shrubbery was 'performed this week at the instance of the contractors under supervision of City Engineer Stallings. Joe Jenkins, colored blind tiger, erving a sixty (lay sentence C. E. Rowton, county commissioner and Palatka business man of long experience, has just returned from a business trip to New York. Col. Henry Strunz is loitering in Saginaw, Mich., where he is compara tively unknown and unmolested by socialist orators of the female persua sion, and who "are much more deadly than the male." From Saginaw he will go to New York and Connecticut before returning home. First Presbyterian Church. Regular preaching servigee every Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m., conducted by the pastor, Dr. C. M. Alford. Sunday scheol meets at 9:45 a. m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed nesday evening at 7:30. Morning subject for October Third "Ecce Ho mo The Ideal Man." Evening top ic, "John The Baptist." A Picture of "Them" Thirty-six. The city of Palatka has just voted bonds for brick roads and concrete bridges amounting to $208,000. Pa latka is already one of e best pav ed cities in the state, all of which proves that when they get a taste of good streets they will have more. The vote stood 347 to 36, or nearly ten to one, in favor of the bonds. How would you like to have a pic ture of "them" thirty-six? Arcadia News. Mrs. Jarrett Entertains Philathca. Mrs. B. E. Jarrett entertained at her home on Reid street for the Phil atheas of the Baptist church Thurs day evening of last week. A business meeting of the class was called by the president and the fol lowing officers and committees were dulv elected. Mrs. M. D. Lamon, president; Mrs. E. H. Collier, vice president; Miss Eva Wilson, secre tary; Miss Pearl Powell, ass't secre tary; Miss Ruth Munch, press repor ter and Mrs. R. E. L. Mann, treas urer. A social committee was elected as follows: Misses Tegwen Barber. Bes sie Barber and Mary Miller. Sick Committee: Mrs. B. E. Jar rett, Mrs. R. E. L. Mann, Miss Ruth Munch. Before the class adjourned it pre sented to Mrs. M. 1. Lamon its able and aggressive president who was re- tVm ! elected, an excellent cut class bowl. THE NEW FALL HATS YHILE the new hats have re , " tained a slight resemblance to the hats of last Fall in shapes, there is a distinctive individuality about each hat that appeals to one immediately. The prevailing colors are dark and pearl grays, dark brown and blue, blocked in fedora, flat and derby shapes, low and high crowns. The " EVENT", a Stetson production, is a prime favorite this Fall. In a soft grey color, fedora shape, it is recognized at once as a hat of high character. We will have them on display in our window M. S. BROWN CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER TO PAR TICULAR DRESSERS daughters returned to the city Satur-; ..i h.,'s'n;,ie(i 'v, freight skipo-iMrs. Lamon responded in an accep day from a delightful vacation of je(- ..'lm'ooed gone lie had' served table and feeling manner, after which three months', visiting Mrs. Johnson's ( ,iu't iule m(1',e tmi'n a week of a delightful social hour was spent and i sentence. TiWl,mnn nAWtinn. ! tinn' fiirnrinrr hi nnnointmont. whic'i ! desired. Watch this great class do Father" Tilghman to .will lie presented to the county board K0Btl w01'k in the lulm-e. at its meeting next week. j ,,.. c. . Funeral of Mrs. M. A. Stewart. Major J. I.. Burton of Crescent Citv ! mother in Bedford City, Va Mrs. Howard Rowton entertained the Thursday bridge club, on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. F. Leeks and Mrs. Charles Kupperbusch, Jr., won the t,rizes, and punch was served. Mr. andiMrs. Wm. II. McNitt of So. to a bettor street. Bend, .Indiana, arrival today to be the onests of Mr. McXitt's mother, MrsIsabelle McNitt. and sister, Mrs. Robert S. O'llaver, at the manse. Rev. Noah J, atelv known as Palatkans. returned home Thursday after a delightful summer spent in and near his old home in Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Brown and daughter, Rena , mid Misses Teny Parrott and Kitty Sands, were guests of Dr. Armstrong of Jacksonville, both at his home and on board his pri vate yacht, last week. The Pvthian Sisters will hold a .,,.., ,.., mm.fm.r ,1 "W1 li-lll ... . . '. 1 ' ! V. 1 i ""'V, '' . , ( ;tv lames were next iUonuay nigiu iur uie purpose ui arranging for an open meeting and public installation of officers, and therefore urge all members be pres ent. The Florida Military Academy at Jacksonville, of which Dr. C. M. Al ford is Chaplain anil Professor of His tory and Greek, has the largest at tendance of young men it has tver had in its entire history. The t'. S. Ar my officer, Captain Martin, has arrived. iilaintv refreshments were served. I tfrs .Tnrrplt nrnved an admirable The Clyde Line bus been delivering hostess and the evening was one of vitrified brick for the paving of th unalloved pleasure for all. roadway from First street to its dock, i Jlr.'n. O. llamm, who has for so an extension of Lemon street. These ! m.jny years past been the very popu- nricK are tne t mie Lines nonanon m.,- teacher of the class, was re-elect ed and all is optimism and cheer for Clarance C. Alvcrs of Sisco. a prom inert candidate for the office of Coun ty (lame Warden, was in the city yes terday. Mr. Alvers has a monster pe- i the Philathea work of the Baptist church. The attendance of the class is ex cellent and interest all that could lie Candy plays an Important role in "Sweetheart Days," and many a young man's candy bill has broken his pocket because he would buy high priced candy, when Smiti s at 50c a pound- Is just as good, and purer than most, and only lacks a national reputation. Made in Palatka. On the Best Portraits in the Best Homes You Will Find Our Name. Neck's Photo Studio The Photograph ci' hi Your Town PUTNAM NATIONAL BANK PHONE 5- was one of the most promieit coun- It is doubtful if the heart of Pa latka was ever more deeply touched At the Baptist Church. Sunday school, led by Sup:. B. ty .figures seen on the streets of Pa-,' 011'Fri(1,iy last when word came Jarrett, meets at 9:45 a. latua tins wock. .wajor j.unon, wno t -y- ji,,..,! y Stewart, of Sunday will :ie obssrvid in has been spending his usual vacation , ;'',.. jij- V' 1' nwav . The schools of the southland as at his summer home at Summer Ha-' , .K'1 from one n an- Sunday School Day." Th ven, only returned Mondav. m. F. Next all the "Go To iv.,u nne.l from one. to an- bunitay bcliool my. ine superin- o'ther on the street and soon was tendent earnestly desires the aid of all : known to the remotest sections of the the citv vestsev'biv ' Mrs. Stewart was of Palatka; here will observe The Lord's Supper, and Haulier.' Crimslov," A. Eaton, nd' was married happily, lived a few more from there last A -r Miss Grace Burton. They dined at .'ames r;ife. The ladies formed an auto pr.rty for the trip to and from the city. Hen. A. V. Long of Starke. State attorney for the Eighth Judicial Cir cuit, which includes Putnam county, was in the ("ty last. Monday and took a hand in the inquest over the death of Mr. Barrows, whose mutilated bod' that the day be a success. At eleven o'clock a. m., the church e Thi will 7:-!l. All Baptists are urged to come and observe this ordinance with us, l-.fnv vvir rind thnil. liPCJUISP nf tnO business advancement of her husband, the evening the pastor will ill,.. She was preach from Romans 13:12. known and loved bv all. esnceiallv hv Our people are returning now from i all Palatkans of ten years ago, when their vacation trips and the attend ee relinquished hur' leadership in ance which has been good all summer everv good and worthy work here to s getting take it up in another city. Mis. Stewart belonged to one of Pa latka's oldest families, one whose branches reach out over the state, The many friends of Miss I.illie Beardsley will be glad to know that she has decided to come back to Pa latka to reside, and has been promis ed her old position in the Earnest store, where she served the public so well in the past. Mi-s Bardsley will resume her work today. was found in the river two weeks ago. ;and members of which have had an lie got action. Mrs. H. L. .'"frown and little daugh toi have gon lack to their home in Rensselaer. Indiana, afte.' several weeks' stav in I'al:i'.a. Mvs. I't-own trected the anat jr.t'its in Mulholland 5 Park while hero v.h'ch hav; nro"en :o l.e popular on accjimt of ihei: capac ty and completeness of detail for small families. D. A. Mullis has purchased the Richmond property in Palatka Heights and expert to build several h'-uses. This property consists of eight acres and is admirably situ ated on what will be the brick high way to Peniel. therefore bound to in crease in value. better all the time. The co-operation of each and every mem ber is craved by the leaders in all the departments of our work that each may prosper and grow. Remember strangers always receive a most cordial welcome. Worship with us. P. QUINTIUS CASOX, Pastor. influence in the advancement of Flor da. Of her immediate family who survi'c t h re is her bei'cav 'il husband, M Siev.-iirt of the Cro-jver-Ste-v- i!' Prog Co., Jacksonville; her fn. r i brothers. V. llams-mr : f this city, Keeping a man's nose to the grind R. G. Ramsaur of St. Petersburg, and stone doesn't sharpen his wits. S. 11. and John Ramsaur of Jackson-1 The death of Mrs. Aaron Varnes of Harlem was reported in the citv ves- rdav. Mrs. Varnes, who had beei hi some time, was in her iiith year. She was the mother of former Chief of Police R. A. Varnes. She is sur vived by her husband, who is known throughout Putnam county as an old Mrs. Patton Anderson, president, resident and a former member of the hi.5 called a meeting nf Patton An- beard of county commissioners. derson chapter, U. D. C, to lie held at the home of Mrs. II. A. B. Mc kenzie Thursday afternoon, Oct. 7th. at 3:-'!0. As this is the first fall meeting and much business is to be transacted, Mrs. Anderson urges the presence of every member. Secretary Elliott of the board of trade has been getting information of use to a northern nianfuacturing firm of standing with the view of a remo val of its establishment to this city. That his information so far is satis factory is evidenced by a letter receiv ed this week in which it was stated Col. T. R. Iliggins the able editor of The New Florida, the excellent month ly publication of the Florida Farms and Homes, Inc., spent a day or two this week in Gainesville, where he at tended the meetings of the Farm De monstrators. Col. Iliggins also de voted much time around the Florida Experiment Station, where he secured much valuable information to dole out ! She was a niece of Mrs. Shelley, Mrs. W. A. Merrydav, Mrs. Mary Jennings, Miss Kate Lucas, and Capt. .1. E ' v.-, 1 asides th "a mmi of near relatives in Lineolnton, X. C. Mrs. Stewart was a member of the First Methodist Eniscopal church, South, of Jacksonv;lle. to whirh she united by letter from St. James' church in this city. In both these or ganizations she was an active worker. Her religion was real. She was al so a member of the choirs in these churches during her membership. A woman of attlractive personality she made friends who were of the endur ing kind. Funeral services were held at her late Jacksonville home on Saturday morning, and the body was brought to Palatka on the afternoon of thnt dnv "nd conveved to the home of her S- Mrs. George W. Lansing rlt wishes to announce the open- fl ing of her kindergarten class, rfc if Monday, October Eleventh at ?K y 208 S. 5th street. Hours 9 to v 11:30. Call mornings. v to his readers. He is enthusiastic in brother, Mr. T). W. Ramsaur. T"i his praise of the work being done at ! Palatka funeral was held at the Meth the station in the interests of the far- jedist church at 11 a. m., Sunday, tak mers and fruit growers of Florida. t,le of th regular morning Iliggins is an agricultural enthusinsl service. The church was crowded to that representatives of the company and is sure that in this line Florida is -its capacity. Possibly it is not too will soon come to Palatka and go over the situation in person. Charles II. Sieg has gone to Chi ;oon to take front rank among thei"ul'a t0 say tnat tne noral otleriugs, states. mute but lovrig tributes to thj memo. rv of this gracious Christian woman, Hon. F. J. Fearnside. who returned have rarelv if ever hern exceeded in cago he has gone to open offices for from a business trip to Xew York only number and beautv in this citv. The his new company for the develop- a tew days ago, is chuck-a-block with ; interment was in West View cemetery. Went of Florida lands. Mr. Sieg the notion that Hard Times has had ,Mooney & Davis had charge of the ar in his former company succeeded in ! its day in this country, at least for i rangements and the fnllowin r v.'eil bringing scores of satisfied settlers j the present. Better still, he showed known gentlemen were the n ll hear-' here. He sold millions oi aouars mis laun m ine notion mat Hard iers: S. J. Unburn. M. M. Vi.-kon. J worth of Florida lands, and wmieiimes nas made a quick get away these lands were bought cheaply by j by buying a heavy stock of goods for the purchasers they are mostly be-1 the Fearnside store. Mr. Fearnside ing cultivated and the cultivators I states that the banks are bursting are reaping a harvest. There are ! with money and every day sees it get no better lands in the world than inting out and into circulation. Mr. Florida. This Mr. Sieg knows. He I Fearnside is well acquainted with leading husiness men in Xew York will succeed and despite the low nrice of lands he will make a great financial success. He controls hun dreds of thousands of acres and they are good fertile lands. He will at once institute an extensive advertis ing ramDaien and hopes to bring hundreds of satisfied settlers to this Fearnside says will bring a fine price Section. Uixit?. lima season. Purslev, J. H. Haughtnn, A. S. Wil bird, F. D. Wattles, L. F. Jackson and Wm. G. Tilghman. There is deep sympathy for the be reaved husband, brothers end other relatives. and those he saw told him that they are getting unprecedentedly large or ders from all over the south. Cotton is soaring, and the prospects are bright for other crops of the south. especially citrus truits, which Mr. a: Mrs. Edw. L. Mann announces Mondays and Thursdays as her studio davs. Lesson appoint- meits made bv phone, 361 or by calling at 408 Madison St. in-l-2t. FALL MILLINERY As we said last week, we have dispensed with the usual formal OPENING this fall, and instead will have a SERIES OF SPECIAL DISPLAY DAYS. Next TUESDAY, OCT. 5th, is our next SPECIAL DISPLAY DAY, and there will be some beautiful HATS and NOVELTIES in our win dows which will interest the Ladies. Of course every day is a display day, but on these SPECIAL DAYS OUR AIM IS TO SHOW SOME THING OF SPECIAL INTEREST. Our line of Millinery this year is certainly a beautiful one. ( MISS KATE LUCAS PALATKA. FLA. YOU CAN'T BE TOO PARTICULAR about the building of the home. A man'i home is his hobby," his pride, as it were, and attention to details in the building of the home is VERY important ; the smallest mistake may cause no end of inconvenience and worry. Let me attend to the building of your home. Years of successful experience and honest work is my record. W. T. BOG ART - PALATKA, FLA. We Do Autogenous Welding We will weld any metal that melts making old parts as good as new. Send us your broken parts. Palatka Automobile & Supply Co PALATKA, FLORIDA PHONE 152 3(t Jft St 3fc iJS Sit ?(t Sfi Extra fine new cane in new Cypress barrels. 15 cts Qt. ! L. C. STEPHENS, 628 Kirby Street. syrup 41 ! Miss Ida Boardman Leib will Teach Voice and Piano, Residence 309 1-2 Lemon St. Miss Leib was a successful teacher I in Palatka several years ago, leaving! a large ciass iu go io Asnevuie School ar.d was for three years director of Music Voice, Piano Choir and Glee Club. Resigned in order to spend a year in Europe. Studied nine months in Paris under Henri Bertrass and held position of soloist in St. Luke's (American church) After returning to America WAS teacher of voice at Buena Vista Tnl. lege, Storm Lake, Iowa. Miss Leib studied four seasons nt the New England Conservatory. voice unaer naries a. wmte and pi ano under Edwin Klahre. Graduated in 1908. teachers' course. 50c FootL arse In -i.. I " your old shoe, new on the And don't throw th. old You can save $5.00 for 'or six month, if yon l. it ELI BARKET THE SHOE DOCTOR" Arlington Hotel Bloc. - piiim Friendship - i . (limited) which, k. ""oration enables Uu tover' tn1 your own be,t friend. m ,re J .