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THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATKA, FLA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1915. ' CITT HAPPENINGS AND PERSONAL MENTION 'Maurice Cochrane motored to Jack sonville Tuesday on business. The Tuesday Luncheon Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. W. P. Merriam next Tuesday. Capt. John Dallow and L. J. Mc Leod, prominent Welakans, were vis itors in the city on Monday. Miss Belle Welch left Saturday for Philadelphia where she will visit for a month. Miss Helen Bours has returned to her home in Jacksonville after a de lightful visit with Miss Belle Welch. Miss Winnifred Haughton was the hostess or the Young Maids and Ma ' trons Club Tuesday afternoon. Miss Birdie Reed and Jonita O'Ha ver motored over to Green Cove Springs last Friday and spent the week end with friends. . Mrs. Ernest W. Elliott had as her guest this week Mrs. Keogh of Pen sacola, who stopped over for two days en route to her future home in Phila delphia, Penna. Miss Mary Alice Eaton, who is mak ing her home with her aunt, Mrs. R. F. Adorns, has accepted a position as stenographer in the offices of the Flor ida Farms and Homes, Inc. Manager Thorpe of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Compa ny announces fifteen new telephones added to their system in Palatka dur ing October. Mrs. Warner Hamm entertained the Monday night club this week and priz es were awarded Mrs. T. J. Barnett, Mrs. H. F. Leeks and Mrs. Charles Kupperbusch. Mrs. Hamm served a delicious salad course. George S. Adkins and Miss Louise Guess, both of Crescent City, were married at the Methodist parsonage in Palatka Sunday evening, October 24th, Rev. W. M. Poage officiating. For sale display black extended q thm J. L. Watkins of Welsh, La., was visitor in the city on Wednesday e route to South Florida where he goes to visit relatives Mr. Watkins, who is a brother of P. D. Watkins the well known turpentine operator of Putnam Hall, formerly resided in this county. He left here some ten years ago and is now engaged in farming in Louis ana. Mrs. Howell Davis' home was the scene of an attractive gathering of la dies yesterday afternoon, who came to play bridge for the benefit of the Li brar" fund. Sixteen tables were ar ranged throughout the various rooms which were tastefully decorated for the party. Quite a substantial sum was realized for the library. Deli cious refreshments were served at the tables. A little daughter was born in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Collins on Monday. 3'T. J. Barnett went to Jacksonville on Tuesday to bring back another 1916 Hupmobile. Mrs. Ridley Wilkinson will return to her home in Jacksonville Sunday and will be accompanied b yher moth er, Mrs. S. J. Kennerly. Mrs. W. P. Merriam was hostess for the Thursday club on Wednesday af- Mrs. T. W. Tillman is spending the week in Lakeland. R. N. Durrance of Jacksonville vis ited friends in town over the week end. Mrs. A. E. Adamson and little daughter spent last week with her mother, Mrs. M. I. Coxe. IX W. Ramsaur returned on Wed nesday from a visit of several weeks at Tate Springs, Tenn. Sidney J. Brown of Baltimore tne inursaay clue on spending his vacation with his parents, ItTZ nXS. Mr- a" Mrs. M. S. Brown, on North the close of the games. Thi , BtofM, RUJ io ' t,om Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Bauer, ac-cist now and holds a fine position in companied by Mr. issuers mower, .Baltimore. Mrs. T. F. Bauer, left Sunday for Jupiter, Florida. Mrs. Chas. P. Cooper of Jacksonville will remain some days with her moth er, Mrs. E. S. Crill. Col. Cooper re turned home on Tuesday. Col. Chas. Francis of Interlachen was in to attend the funeral of the late Dr. E. S. Crill, at which he w3 one of the honorary pall-bearers. Col. J. H. Randolph of Savannah, who came to be present at the funeral of his father-in-law, Dr. E. S. Crill, left on Wednesday for his home. Mrs. Kandoiph expects to remain here until the holiday season. M!rs. E. W. Elliott and her guest, Mrs. J. M. Keogh of Philadelphia, accompanied Mr, Elliott on his auto trip to Crescent City on Wednesday. . tr i- i n , , . . . Mrs. M. S. Brown is entertaining VeSn . ,e" yesteraay lor her sister, Mrs. C. O. Ross of Balti- ,"Pn nme. more. Mrs. Ross will remain for a Mrs. J. C. Sikes and litle son, Andy, month. 1 have arrived in the city from North .:. Thos. B. Russell left on Tuesday ,faw'1!n and with Dr. Sikes are mak for Jacksonville to bring in another 5 ome for, the Present at the lot of Maxwell motor cars, a shipment Saratoga Hotel. Dr. Sikes has opened having on Tuesday been received in n aenwi panors mine rooms lormer that city. ljr 0CCUPIed by Dr- W. H. Rosenberg. W. H. Beardsley of Cleveland. Ohio. - The"ew charter board elected last father of Miss Lilliel Beardsley, one ee Ior ine purpose ol making a new of the popular attaches of the Earn- iailer jor Z c,l w?8 organized on est store, is in Palatka and will make : Wednesday afternoon by the election this city his home for several months., i? V. n.amJm 8 President. Iho J board will hold bi-weekly meetings, W. H. Markham attended the fu- and a notice of the time of these meet neral of his father-in-law, Dr. E. S. ings will be found in an official notice Crill, on Sunday but was compelled .published in another column of this to return te his home in Tallahassee paper. the following day. Mrs. Markham was prevented from attending the fu neral by reason of an accident some time ago in which she broke a bone, not yet sufficiently mended. Prof. H. P. Rolfs, director of the Florida University Experiment sta tion at Gainesville, was among the prominent visitors in the city on Tues day. Prof. Rolfs is one fo the coun try's most eminent agricultural au thorities and Floridians are proud not only of his name and fame, but of the A young man who has learned the trick by a few weeks' employment on the Postern Serial, is out now with a proposition to enlist help that will -enable him to start another daily paper in the city. This would be termed "the double cross," if coupled with any other proposition but the Postern a kind 'o "to him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath." Palatka is'only fairly well to day, but it is thought it could stand the doable dose without convulsions. fnpt. thnf ll ie Hni.nr o-raaf xi7rtilr in bringing the attention of the world f Mrs- iw. L. Mann wishes to an- to Florida and its agricultural and "ounce definitely that November 12th horticultural possibilities. I ,R tne date set for tne performance of the inmpHv "Mw fivinifw M wlii.h fa Moses Folsom, former secretary of , to be given under her direction bv M. S. BROWN ClotMcr and Outfitter PALATKA. FLA. TTlr. ffooddreiier: We October z)th, s. thai we take areat tleaiure in intoAmina vou have your Winter Suit and Overcoat in our complete itock of WinteA CLffaAct-4izt, favpAite coloA. etc. Shey come fAom afhe House of XuppenheimeA, and otheA well known manufactuAeAi, whose clothei tear the maAk of quality and individuality. Suit pAiced fAom $1o.OO to $35.00, and OveAcoati from ftx.oo to fiO.oo. We also with you to JbeaA in mind ouA Ate Preiiina offer, i.e. : We will keep in ihape, fAee of chaAae, all suits puAchaied fAom ui. Jhii ihould appeal to you. Cold weaiheA not faA away, and peAhapi you have not made prepaAaiions , to meet it. Getter luy your winteA clothei Aiahi now and Le pAepaAed. youAi foA lusineis, m. s. aaown the Palatka board of trade, writes from Chicago that he has but recentlv returned from an extended trip for the Chicago Herald which took him through ten states. He says that C. H. Sieg is there and that he has open ed an office at 1981 Hibernian Bank building, to sell Florida lands, and that Mr. Brabrook is with him. Mr. Folsom also says that while in Chat tanooga, Tenn., ,he saw H. A. Davis' name on the hotel register, and on en quiry for him found that he had left only a half hour before in his auto for Monteagle, Tenn. BOYS' DEPARTMENT We want all the Boys and their parents to know that we have a complete Boys' De partment. Everything to clothe the Boys from head to foot. Knickerbockers Suits Knee Pants Underwear Shirts Collars Suspenders twenty-four young ladies in the How. ell theater for the Library fund. Three rehearsals are given each week and the young ladies are entering into the plav with great zest and enthusiasm. The hour of the performance is set late so as not to interfere with the show at the Kalbfield's Grand and all who wish may go there first and then go over to the Howell in plent" of time to witness the comedy at 8:30. . Mrs. E. C. Aylward and Mrs. Rosa Bennett motored to Palatka Tuesday afternoon. Henry Davis of Jackson ville taking them over in his Cadillac machine. They were guests .at the Putnam House last night at a brill iant ball which marked the beginning of the winter season at that hotel, and went over from St. Augustine to at tend the affair upon the special in vitation of W. S. Ledbetter, proprietor of the Putnam House. About two hun dred people were present at the big function, which was the event of this week in Palatka. After spending last night at the Putnam House, Mrs. Ayl ward and Mrs. Bennett returned this morning to St. Augustine. St. Au gustine Record. A Miss is as Cood As Her Smile." Buy Her Smiti chocolates, and goodness will follow you all the days of your life WOMAN'S CLUB For Mrs. W. S. Jennings at Putnam House -Some Fine Addresses .Palatka's representative men and women were present in large numbers last Friday evening at the reception given in the Putnam House parlors by the Woman's Club. This was he formal opening of the club, the social committee having arranged for an "open night," when the many friends of Mrs. Wm. S. Jennings, state pn.;i- of the Federated clubs, could On the Best Portraits in the Best Homes You Will Find Our Name. Neck's Photo Studio The Photographer in Your Town PUTNAM NATIONAL BANK PHONE 5 Nearest Perfection. The only reason the State Hotel In spection didn't give James' Cafe in this city a 100 per cent mark. wa3 because Bob James didn't have a dish APt dishes are still washed by hand and et and hear what this gifted woman ARE CLEAN. In every other point ,nad t sav abut woman's work in the his percentage was perfect, and con-: various departments of activity, and sequently James' Cafe gets the Gold greet her personally. At eight o'clock Seal of perfection. the Chattaway orchestra rendered two "Bob" James is being complimented selections after which the president of all over Florida on the excellence of , the local club, Mrs. D. J. Co-)ghlin, his restaurant. Traveling men talk prefaced a short program wi h the about it and Palatka gets the benefit following remarks: of the advertising. Palatka is nrnuH "If T tinvi rpari tVio oicrn. nnntif of this restaurant and the people will they all foretell an eventful year for congratulate Mr. James on his recog nition and nis bold seal" medal. Death of Mrs. Coffee . 83 years, the Woman's Club; a year of achieve ments and of ideals realized, and we are greatly honored at this our first meeting by the presence of so manv of our friends of whose interest and co-operation we feel assured, and by Overcoats Hats Shoes Ties Garters Arm Bands Hosiery, Etc. Come and see this line and let us show you that we can save you money by buying your outfit here. The Earnest Co. Palatka Mrs. M. A. Coffee, aged tnL Z a 7 ,mornMK atT ,havi"K 83 distinguished guest the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. president of the Florida Federation of Hickenlooper in this city, after an ; Women's Clubs. In this 20th centu.v, illness of only a few days. this d of the Kingdom of Woman- Mrs. Coffee was a native of Georgia hood when the power and influence of and came to this section about twenty, woman is felt throughout the entire five years ago She had been a resi- civilized world and when more and I- ?i i Tl ume: more she is entering actively and cred- .She was a kindly lovable lady and 'itably every walk f Hfenot as op- 'Efnt ? .dlsPSltLn f0"., posed to men, not with anv intention her many friends, who will be pained I f infringing upon their rights and 'hv nn." w Mh' " 8U7Ved Privileges, nor of assuming their re jby one son W. N. Coffee, and two Sponsibilities-but because the inter- t u u i i ' , Vlcitaeanc' rars- ests of men and women are the same 'OOP,", all of whom were and indissoluble, race guardianship with her through her illness. She is and preservation we have conceived A BIG DISAPPOINTMENT Wouldn't you be disappointed, after living in your new home a short while, to discover flaws or work skimped by the contractor. If you intend building a home or business house let me estimate on the work. Better still, let me be your builder and I will guarantee good, honest workmanship. Everything according to specifications. 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 , v. ?'v m f rSter' MrS- Ashley 'of men and women joint originators of both of Valdosta, Ga. lif jointl re8p0nsible for its wast- The funeral was held from the 'a(re combining forces to revalue and Hickenlooper home Monday morning con8erve it. With this thought, it at 9 o clock Rev. W. M. Poage, pastor igeemg most appropriate to havl with of the St. James M. E. church, con- ,; -Tn.-tti dress held close the attention of her hearers. In a brief preface, she spoke of the many improvements she noted in Palatka since her last visit here several years ago, in civic pride, san itation, making the "city beautiful'' rn s lnpfl ne rna nnn aar vnnum rnar i . ...aIIU a more progressive soir t ium in every line of activity. After these ducting the services, and the inter nment was made in the Peniel ceme tery. To the bereaved the sympathy of many friends and acquaintances is extended. A lazy man is alwavs anxious to iget busy when there is nothing to do. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All creditors, legatees, distributees, and all persons having claims or de mands against the ESTATE of Ed ward S. Crill, deceased, are hereby no tified to present their claims or de mands to me within Two Years; and t.11 persons indebted to said Edward S. Crill, deceased, are notified to pay th.i same immediately. JOSEPHINE E. CRILL, As Administratrix of the estate of Edward S. Crill. deceased. those organizations that are most con cerned with the mental, moral and so cial problems of developing, revaluing and conserving." In a happy manner Mrs. Coughlin then introduced Mr. B. E. Jarrett, president of the Palatka board of trade, who gave in his brief addree the assurance of the co-operation and hearty support, both of that organi zation and the city council. Mr. E. W. Elliott, secretary of the board of trade, expressed himself as being en tirely in sympathy with the work the women were accomplishing and kindly offered the assistance of that civic body in furthering any good cause which the club would sanction. Miss Jessie Harrison Burton, the efficient Canning club agent for Put nam county, gave all present an in sight into the work she is accomplish ing along her special line. Mrs. Jennings was introduced last. introductory remarks, Mrs. Jennings gave a brief resume of the work being accomplished in the various depart ments of the clubs in the state, clos ing with the very patent fact that the state of Florida has unlimited possi bilities before it in every line of commercial avtivity and municipal progress, and saying that the Wo men's clubs are doing their full share in bringing about these results. After the address, the glad hand of welcome awaited Mrs. Jenninir. .n,i the friends found her as charming to greet personally as she proved to be as a speaicer. The Chattaway orchestra provided music, and coffee and sandwiches were servea. Claude C. Jarrett Dies. l.fbl66" B- E' Jai,"tt of the Pa latka board of trade was called to Boonville, Ind, on Monday owing to Mr. Cl.lllHo Ton. . 'gnea mis pos tion earlv in i T because of ai-hlS "-A"?? year's residence in Paiark. m t1 8 rett gained -r . miss wave tsovd. 30H Kirtlonj jt street, announces the opening of her class in private piano instruc- m tion. Pupils desired in m-Wl branches. 10-22-tf the youne TJT mong esteemed highfy for hi. "y 'nd ?f heart and mind He TJ Virtues ber of the First P.K . as """iV Hi, untimely deafh U & churc. ted here. W regret- Think Satan Coed Wort.-.. Between EcUnrt 'mtn tW th. n.la. th, J?2 8cotl'n known a. th. Sw, wall, the belief of the per!,,,,n, of the flrmno?,1? t,0n'0. XXXXXXKXXXX This 26th day of Oct., A. D. 1915. 8w and by her charm of manner and ad-